US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (140053 to 145061)


Last revised March 27, 2016


140053/140077		North American T-28C Trojan
				MSN 226-1/25.  North American Model NA-226, designated T-28C fitted with arrester gear for use in dummy 
					deck approach and landing training
				140053 (MSN 226-1) Assigned to Naval Air Test Center, NAS Patuxent River, VA [code FT-187]
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-709]
					To MASDC as 5T0059 3Aug76. SOC 16Aug77. Departed 19Jan78
					Registered N51841 with Civil Defense, Laurel, MS 16Feb78; reregistered
					Registered N111TN 8Apr88; reregistered
					Registered N28TN 1Aug91; reregistered
					Registered N28GT 22Oct03; current [Dec15]
				140054 (MSN 226-2) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL. Crashed 17Aug60
				140055 (MSN 226-3) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL [code 2S-714]
					Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 28Nov61
				140056 (MSN 226-4) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 18Dec80
					Allocated to National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. On loan to NAS Corpus Christi, TX
					Preserved at NAS Corpus Christi, TX by 1982
				140057 (MSN 226-5) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL [code 2S-700] [Mar63]
					Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 7Jun74 
				140058 (MSN 226-6) To MASDC as 5T0147 May 20, 1978, later as TA0185. SOC 1Apr82
					Registered N303GB; current [Dec15]
					Registration N303GB reserved Jul 2002, taken up Nov 2002
				140059 (MSN 226-7) Written off 5Aug59 
				140060 (MSN 226-8) To MASDC as 5T0136 May 9, 1978. SOC 30Apr79
					Registration N28LD reserved Feb92; ntu, cancelled 26May11
					Registered N28UH as a North American/Pride Aircraft T-28C with c/n C-008; reregistered
					On 15Apr99 the aircraft lost oil pressure and reported smoke in the cockpit. When the aircraft lost power, 
					the pilot made an emergency landing on Old Creek Road, which is twenty miles northwest of Las Vegas, Nevada. 
					The pilot, the only occupant, was not injured, and the aircraft did not sustain any damage. 
					Registered N28KB; current [Dec15]
				140061 (MSN 226-9) Assigned to Base Flight, NAS North Island, CA. 
					Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 13Oct76 
					Registration N9036B reserved Feb87; cancelled
				140062 (MSN 226-10) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 26Nov80 
					Registered N9719G; reregistered
					Registered N121RH; reregistered
					Registered N9719G as a North American/Jones T-28C; cancelled 14Jun13
					Crashed 2Jan88 whilst performing aerobatics at Woodstock, GA. A witness reported that the airplane first 
					flew over the airport to the north at about 500 ft AGL, and subsequently performed a wingover at the north 
					end of the airport. The airplane then made a high-speed pass over the runway to the south, at about 
					50 ft AGL. Upon reaching the south end of the runway, it entered into a climbing right turn. A few 
					seconds later, the airplane performed another wingover; it subsequently disappeared into trees as 
					it returned to a northerly heading, in a wings-level, slight nose- down attitude. Post-crash 
					examination of the airplane and engine revealed no evidence of pre-existing mechanical malfunction or failure.
				140063 (MSN 226-11) Transferred to US Marine Corps
					Assigned to SOES-12 [Station Operations and Engineer Squadron], MCAS Quantico, VA
					Assigned to Base Flight, NAS Pensacola, FL [code F-653]. SOC 18Jan78
					Delivered 16Jan78 to Bradley Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT; renamed as the New England Air Museum, 
					Windsor Locks, CT, 1981-88
					Registered N31431 27Oct92; current [Dec15]
				140064 (MSN 226-12) Delivered to US Navy 16Feb56
					Assigned to TW-5, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-464]
					To MASDC as 5T0127 May 5, 1978. SOC 25Jun80
					Registration N55534 assigned 17Aug84; ntu, cancelled 26Apr11
					To the Fred E. Weisbrod Aircraft Museum, Pueblo, CO, 1984
					Preserved and on display at Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum, Pueblo Memorial Airport, CO
				140065 (MSN 226-13) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 14Apr71
				140066 (MSN 226-14) Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 13Sep72
				140067 (MSN 226-15) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Oct64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Sep64 as 067, code FA-067, later as FG-067
					Crashed 13Dec68 during low level flying at Zongo Falls, DRC.  [Congo was renamed Zaire 1971]
				140068 (MSN 226-16) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL [code 2S-519]
					To MASDC as 5T0143 Feb 10, 1975. SOC 16Aug77. Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registered N621JT 25Nov91; reregistered
					Registered N928C May99; current [Dec15], registered to Greatest Generation Naval Museum, Gillespie Field, CA
				140069 (MSN 226-17) To VT-2 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0126 Dec 2, 1974. SOC 23Jan76. Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registration N831VW reserved Oct 5, 2006 for Vintage Warbirds, taken up 6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140070 (MSN 226-18) to MASDC as 5T0130 May 9, 1978.  Later as TA0186.  SOC 1Apr82
				140071 (MSN 226-19) To MASDC as 5T0152 May 26, 1978. SOC 1Apr82
					Registered N28ZZ 17Apr89; current [Dec15]  Noted at Rockford, IL Aug 9, 1996 as N28ZZ
					Damaged 6Aug11 during landing at Long Beach Airport, CA. As the nose wheel touched down, the lower 
					section of the nose strut broke off and the nose of the aircraft settled down on the remaining section 
					of strut. The propeller blades contacted the runway which in turn stopped the engine from rotating. 
					The aircraft veered to the right of the runway center-line and came to a stop on the runway.
				140072 (MSN 226-20) Written off 10Oct57
				140073 (MSN 226-21) Written off Sep65
				140074 (MSN 226-22) To MASDC as 5T0141 Feb 4, 1975. SOC 16Aug77.  Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registered N832VW reserved Oct 5, 2006 for Vintage Warbirds, taken up 6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140075 (MSN 226-23) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 2Mar78
				140076 (MSN 226-24) To MASDC as 5T0145 May 20, 1978. SOC 1Apr82.
					Registered N176RR; reregistered
					Registered N176RD; cancelled 12Jun13
					On September 30, 2005 the aircraft impacted an earth berm during a forced landing in Arcadia, Florida. 
					The airplane was destroyed. The flight originated from Arcadia Municipal Airport, Arcadia, Florida, 
					earlier that day. The pilot stated that the annual inspection had recently been completed and he was 
					flying the airplane to the North Perry Airport located in Pembroke Pines, Florida. At an altitude 
					of 2,000 feet and after about 15 minutes en route, he noticed light colored smoke coming from and 
					just above the right exhaust stack. He noticed the engine temperature rising shortly thereafter, 
					followed by the engine oil metal chip detector light illuminating. The engine started producing 
					unusual noises and a violent vibration followed. He looked for a suitable area to make a forced 
					landing and elected to land on a gravel road with a canal running alongside it. About 150 feet 
					into the landing roll, the right wing tip struck a high berm. The airplane snapped to the right as 
					the nose of the airplane went partially into the canal. The aft section of the empennage partially 
					separated and came to a stop, next to the left forward side of the airplane. Examination of the 
					airplane's engine by a FAA inspector showed that the engine's oil system was contaminated with 
					metal flakes. Pieces of silver and copper colored metal were observed in the oil filter. Metal 
					chunks of approximately 1/8 to ¼ inches were found on the metal chip detector. The silver metal 
					debris is consistent with material from the master rod bearing.
				140077 (MSN 226-25) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. W/o 4Feb70
140078/140102		Cessna OE-2
				MSN 37000/37024.  Designation changed to O-1C in 1962.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				140079 to South Korean Marines Mar 1, 1970
				140081 to MASDC Sep 13, 1965
				140082 registered Jan 25, 1977 as N101GC, revoked Jan 29, 1977, cancelled Jun 16, 2011
				140083 to South Korean Marines Mar 1, 1970
				140085 to South Korean Marines Mar 1, 1970
				140087 SOC at Camp Pendleton May 17, 1956
				140088 crashed NE of Julian, CA Oct 20, 1963.
				140089 SOC at Camp Pendleton Apr 11, 1960
				140090 to South Korean Marines Mar 1, 1970.  .  This reported as being MSN 37011 and preserved and displayed
					at NAS Wildwood Aviation Museum, Cape May, NJ, but painted as 140089.  It may be unlkiely that 140090
					would have been brought back from Korea, so it may be the original 140089, which is likely to ahve bee
					MSN 37011.
				140092 to South Korean Marines Mar 1, 1970
				140097 to MASDC Sep 11, 1965
				140098 to MASDC Sep 20, 1965
				140099 to South Korean Marines Mar 1, 1970
140103/140120		Grumman S2F-2 Tracker 
				Cancelled contract.
140121/140139		Sikorsky HSS-1 Seabat
				Survivors redesignated UH-34G in 1962.
				140121 (MSN 58-165) to Smithsonian.  John Withers has this one as being
					in the Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH
				140122 (MSN 58-166) to Vietnam.  To MASDC as HD0019 Sep 23, 1969.  To Moore Aviation. 
					Cannibalized 1991.
				140123 (MSN 58-167) to Vietnam.  w/o Nov 6, 1967
				140124 (MSN 58-168)
				140125 (MSN 58-169) to Vietnam in 1967.  To MASDC as HD021 Sep 24, 1969.
					to Allied Aircraft, presumably scrapped.
				140126 (MSN 58-170) to Vietnam.  W/o Mar 17, 1969, Tay Kontum.
				140127 (MSN 58-171)
				140128 (MSN 58-182) to Vietnam.  W/o Nov 21, 1967.
				140129 (MSN 58-183)
				140130 (MSN 58-184)
				140131 (MSN 58-185) to MASDC as HD0073 Aug 27, 1970. 
				140132 (MSN 58-186)
				140133 (MSN 58-187).  SOC Apr 14, 1967, NARF Pensacola.
				140134 (MSN 58-188) to Vietnam AF.
				140135 (MSN 58-189D) to MASDC as HD074 Aug 17, 1970.  To Westair International as N8043V,
					then Solley Construction Co, Inc, then to State Helicopters, Inc.  Renumbered N508.
				140136 (MSN 58-190) to Vietnam in 1967.  To MASDC as HD0010 Sep 15, 1969.
					seen at DMI Aviation, Tucson, 8/28/2000.  Noted at Tennessee Museum of Aviation,
					Sevierville, TN in 2002.  Still there Oct 2005.
					In SVNAF markings and is being restored.
				140137 (MSN 58-191) to Vietnam.  MIA Nov 15, 1969.
				140138 (MSN 58-203)
				140139 (MSN 58-204)
140140/140150		Martin P5M-2 Marlin
				140144 (VP-45, coded LN-3 at NOB Bermuda) caught fire and crashed into sea 180 mi from Bermuda Sep 22, 1961.  
					3 survivors.
				140145 assigned to VP-45, coded LN-10 at NOB Bermuda.  Task Group "Delta"
140151/140160		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962.
				140151 (MSN 726-7054) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Feb 7l, 1972, SOC Aug 19, 1977.
				140152 (MSN 726-7055) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC May 3, 1973, SOC Jul 19, 1974
				140153 (MSN 726-7056) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Mar 25, 1973, SOC Jul 29, 1974.
				140154 (MSN 726-7057) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC May 30, 1973, SOC Jul 29, 1974.  Later
					with Hawkins and Powers as N8056D in outside storage
				140155 (MSN 726-7058) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Aug 2, 1973, SOC Jul 29, 1974.
				140156 (MSN 726-7059) while searching for missing P2V-6 126535
					flew into box canyon in Italian Alps and crashed with VP-23 near
					Bobio Pellice, Italy Jul 21, 1957, killing 9 out of 10 onboard.
				140157 (MSN 726-7060) crashlanded at NAS Brunswick, ME or by Dec 29, 1959, but listed
					as being SOC Jan 28, 1959.
				140158 (MSN 726-7061) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  Crashed with VP-9 onto reef about one mile short of
					runway at Johnston Island Nov 1/2, 1962 when starboard
					engine failed on final approach.  Crew survived.  SOC Nov 2, 1962.
				140159 (MSN 726-7062) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Aug 21, 1972, SOC Aug 16, 1977.
				140160 (MSN 726-7063) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  Crashed with VP-2 at or near NAS Whidbey
					Island, WA on or by Jan 3, 1969, SOC Jan 18, 1969.
140161/140310		Vought A2U-1 
				contract cancelled
140311/140313		Lockheed R7V-1
				MSN 1049B-4167/4169.  Model 1049B. Cargo/personnel transport version of 1049B Super Constellation.  
				Transferred to USAF as C-121G 54-4077/4079
140314/140325		Sikorsky HR2S-1
				140316 assigned to FAA National Aviation Facilities Experimental Center (NAFEC), Atlantic City, NJ.
					Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jan 18, 1962 to Oct 30, 1963.
					Registered as N465 to US Department of the Navy, Atlantic City, NJ, Feb 13, 1962; cancelled Nov 14, 1963.
					On loan to FAA National Aviation Facilities Experimental Center (NAFEC-18) as N475 Feb 13, 1962.
					Cancelled Nov 14, 1963.  Assigned to NAS Jacksonville, FL.
140326/140377		Douglas JD-1 Invader 
				Surplus Army A-26Cs transferred to Navy.  Survivors redesignated UB-26J in 1962.
140378			Convair R4Y-1Z
				Single CV-340 MSN 140 acquired by Navy as VIP transport.
				Designation changed to VC-131F in 1962.  In accident
				at Atlantic City, NJ 2/23/1961.
140379/140413		Grumman F11F-1P Tiger
				Model G-98, photo reconnaissance.  Contract cancelled  
140414/140429		Bell HSL-1
				Contract cancelled  
140430/140433		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962.
				140430 (MSN 726-7089Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 30 Apr 56. NARF Norfolk May 56 to Jun 56; 
					VP-11 Brunswick Jun 56 to Sep 59; NARF Alameda Sep 59 to Jan 60; Lockheed Burbank Jan 60 to Jul 60 (P2V-7S conversion); 
					VP-18 Jacksonville Jul 60 to Oct 62; VP-56 Norfolk Oct 62 to Apr 63; NARF Norfolk Apr 63 to Feb 64; 
					VP-30 Jacksonville Feb 64 to Aug 68; NAS Los Alamitos Aug 68 to Nov 70; VP-65 Point Mugu Nov 70 to Apr 73 [code PG-5]; 
					To storage at MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 27 Apr 73; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 27Apr73
				140431 (MSN 726-7090) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 1 May 56. NARF Norfolk May 56 to Jun 56; 
					VP-11 Brunswick Jun 56 to Sep 59; NARF Alameda Sep 59 to Jan 60; Lockheed Burbank Jan 60 to May 60 (P2V-7S conversion); 
					VP-11 Brunswick May 60 to May 62; NARF Norfolk May 62 to Sep 62; VP-11 Brunswick Sep 62 to Jul 63; 
					VP-30 Jacksonville Jul 63 to Nov 68; VP-23 Brunswick Nov 68 to Apr 69; VP-7 Jacksonville Apr 69 to Jun 69; 
					NAS Los Alamitos Jun 69 to Mar 70 [code 7L-218]; 
					To storage at MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 27 Mar 70; SOC 19 Aug 77,
				140432 (MSN 726-7091) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 16 May 56, NARF Norfolk May 56 to Jun 56; 
					VP-11 Brunswick Jun 56 to Oct 59; NARF Alameda Oct 59 to Apr 60 (P2V-7S conversion); 
					Lockheed Burbank Apr 60 to Aug 60; VP-21 Brunswick Aug 60 to Dec 67; VP-7 Jacksonville Dec 67 to Jun 69; 
					NARTU Washington Jun 69 to Jul 69; NAS Olathe Jul 69 to Jan 70; NARTU Memphis Jan 70 to Nov 70; 
					VP-67 Memphis Nov 70 to May 73 [code PL-9]; 
					To storage at MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 9 May 73; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 16Dec86
				140433 (MSN 726-7092) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 6 Jun 56. NARF Norfolk Jun 56; FASRON-102 Norfolk Jun 56 to Sep 57; 
					FASRON-108 Brunswick Sep 57 to Nov 57; VP-21 Brunswick Nov 57 to Feb 59; NARF Alameda Feb 59 to May 59;
					 NARF Cherry Point May 59 to Jun 59, NARF Alameda Jun 59 to Jul 59; Lockheed Burbank Jul 59 to Nov 59; 
					VP-24 Norfolk Nov 59 to Sep 60 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); VP-30 Jacksonville Sep 60 to Mar 64; 
					VP-11 Brunswick Mar 64 to Feb 67; VP-24 Norfolk Feb 67 to Jul 67; NARF Norfolk Jul 67 to Aug 68; NAS Seattle Aug 68 to Oct 69 
					Crashed at or near NAS Seattle, WA on/by Oct 17, 1969.
140434			Lockheed P2V-7LP Neptune
				MSN 726-7093.  Accepted as P2V-7LP at Burbank 12 Jun 56 Lockheed Burbank Jun 56 to Nov 56; 
					VX-6 Patuxent River Nov 56 to Feb 57: VX-6 Quonset Point Feb 57 to May 57: Lockheed Burbank May 57 to Aug 57; 
					VX-6 Quonset Point Aug 57 to Mar 58; Lockheed Ontario Mar 58.   Modified P2V-7 for ski landing aircraft for use in Operation Deep Freeze.
					Assigned to VX-6 at McMurdo Station, Antarctica.  Named "George".
					Lost in a crash landing with VX-6 at Ontario, California Aug 11, 1958.  While
					taking off for an acceptance check flight at Ontario, CA, a landing gear ski jammed and
					the aircraft was destroyed while attempting an emergency landing a few minutes later.  No one was injured
140435			Lockheed P2V-7S Neptune
				MSN 726-7094) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 5 Jul 56. Lockheed Burbank Jul 56-Dec 56; NADC Johnsville Dec 56-Apr 57; 
					VX-1 Key West Apr 57-Jul 60 (not listed as P2V-7S until Mar 60 although this was actually the -7S prototype); 
					NARF Alameda Jul 60-Feb 61; Lockheed Burbank Feb 61-Jul 61; VP-23 Brunswick Jul 61-Jul 64; VP-11 Brunswick Jul 64-Feb 67; 
					NARF Norfolk Feb 67-May 67: VP-23 Brunswick May 67-Oct 68; NAS Glenview Oct 68-Jun 69; NARTU Memphis Jun 69; 
					NAS Glenview Jun 69-Jul 70; NAS Dallas Jul 70; NAS South Weymouth Jul 70; 
					NARTU Washington Jul 70-Aug 70, NAS South Weymouth Aug 70-Sep 70; NAS Glenview Sep 70-Nov 70; 
					VP-60 Glenview Nov 70-Oct 73; VP-94 New Orleans Oct 73-Dec 74 [code LZ-10]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 11 Dec 74; SOC 16 Aug 77.  Sold to Allied Aircraft Sales of
					Tucson, AZ Sep 23, 1986.  
140436/140437		Lockheed P2V-7LP Neptune
				Redesignated LP-2J in 1962.  Modified for polar exploration under Project Ski Jump.  Armament removed, with ski
					landing gear and provision for JATO rockets.  Fitted with early MAD gear for magnetic survey purposes.
				140436 (MSN 726-7095) Accepted as P2V-7LP at Burbank 13 Jul 56 Lockheed Burbank Jul 56-Nov 56; 
					FASRON-6 Jacksonville Nov 56; VX-6 Patuxent River Nov 56-Feb 57; VX-6 Quonset Point Feb 57-May 57; 
					Lockheed Burbank May 57-Sep 57; VX-6 Quonset Point Sep 57-May 58; Lockheed Ontario May 58-Aug 58, VX-6 Quonset Point Aug 58-Feb 59;
					Assigned to VX-6 at McMurdo Station, Antarctica.  Named "Candid Camera".
					 NARF Alameda Feb 59-Jun 59; VX-6 Quonset Point Jun 59-Mar 61; NARF Alameda Mar 61-Jul 61; 
					VX-6 Quonset Point Jul 61-Sep 63; NAS Litchfield Park Sep 63-Jul 65; to NAS Grosse lie 21 Jul 65; .
					SOC Jul 22, 1965.  Now in the Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH
				140437 (MSN 726-7096) Accepted as P2V-7LP at Burbank 30 Jul 56. Lockheed Burbank Jul 56-Nov 57; 
					VX-6 Quonset Point Nov 57-Mar 58; Lockheed Ontario Mar 58-Aug 58; VX-6 Quonset Point Aug 5B-Nov 62;
					 VX-6 McMurdo Station, Antarctica Nov 62-Sep 63, named "City of Auckland"; NAS Litchfield Park Sep 63-May 65;
					SOC May 21, 1965, eventually broken up
140438			Lockheed P2V-7U Neptune
				MSN 726-7097.  Allocated to CIA on production line as P2V-7U and handed
					over (on paper only) to USAF as RB-69A 54-4038.  To Taiwan.  Crashed Jan 8, 1962
140439			Lockheed P2V-7LP Neptune
				MSN 726-7098. Accepted as P2V-7LP al Burbank 21 Aug 56. Lockheed Burbank Aug 56-Aug 57; VX-6 Quonset Point Aug 57-Mar 58: 
					Lockheed Ontario Mar 58-Aug 58; VX-6 Quonset Point Aug 58-Nov 61; Assigned to VX-6 at McMurdo Station, Antarctica.  
					Crashed on takeoff Nov 9, 1961, Wilkes Station, Antarctica. in support of Operation Deep Freeze 1962. 
					While taking off from the skiway at Wilkes Station Antarctica the Neptune caught fire and crashed. 
					Of the nine men on board, only four survived.
					An investigation of the crash reported the cause as a collision with the ground following an intense, 
					uncontrollable fire in the landing gear - bomb bay fuel tank area.
					The previous landing had been so violently rough that it had broken loose the 400 gal internal tank in 
					the bomb bay and the 4" filler pipe was spewing out raw fuel running down the bottom of the plane on 
					take-off. At the ignition of the JATO on the t/o run, it acted like a Roman Candle. With the burning 
					of the fiberglass tail cone, all of the acrid smoke was drawn right up to the cockpit and the pilots 
					were blinded. They tried to return to the field and just couldn't make it. The pilot managed to level 
					the wings before they hit and that saved some of the guys.  5 killed, 4 injured.
140440			Lockheed P2V-7U Neptune
				MSN 726-7099.  Allocated to CIA on production line as P2V-7U and handed over
					(on paper only) to USAF as RB-69A 54-4039.  To Taiwan.  Shot down Nov 6, 1961.
140441			Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				MSN 726-7100.  Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 27 Sep 56. NARF Norfolk Oct 56; FASRON-102 Norfolk Oct 56-Mar 57; 
					VP-23 Brunswick Mar 57-Feb 59; NARF Alameda Feb 59-Jul 59; Lockheed Burbank Jul 59-Nov 59; 
					VP-23 Brunswick Nov 59-Jul 64 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); VP-30 Jacksonville Jul 64-Nov 68; 
					VP-23 Brunswick Nov 68-Mar 69; VP-7 Jacksonville Mar 69-Jun 69; NAS Atlanta Jun 69-Nov 70; 
					VP-62 Det Atlanta Nov 70-Jun 72; VP-65 Point Mugu Jun 72-May 73 [code PG-10]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 4 May 73; SOC 29 Jul 74.  To Hawkins and Powers, Greybulo, WY Jun 11, 1997 as N8908F being used as ground
					test aircraft with broken back.  Cut up for scrap in 2006.
140442			Lockheed P2V-7U Neptune 
				MSN 726-7101.  Allocated to CIA on production line as P2V-7U, and
					handed over (on paper only) to USAF as RB-69A 54-4040. To Taiwan.  Crashed Mar 25, 1969.
140443			Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				MSN 726-7102.  Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 28 Sep 56. FASRON-108 Brunswick Oct 56-Apr 57; 
					VP-23 Brunswick Apr 57-Mar 59; NARF Alameda Mar 59-Aug 59; Lockheed Burbank Aug 59-Dec 59; 
					VP-24 Norfolk Dec 59-May 62 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60);  VP-18 Jacksonville May 62-Nov 64; 
					VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Nov 64-Sep 68; NARTU Washington Sep 68-Nov 70; VP-68 Washington Nov 70-May 71; 
					VP-92 South Weymouth May 71-May 73.  Redesignated P-2J in 1962.  To MASDC May 9, 1973,
					SOC Jul 29, 1974.  To N80635 Mar 23, 1989.  To Hawkins and Powers Dec 1989 as N140HP flying as slurry 
					bomber Tanker 140.  Registration N445NA reserved Mar 20, 2006 with Neptune Aviation.  Still current
140444/140448		Vought F8U-1 Crusader 
				Redesignated F-8A in 1962
				140444 crashed north of Edwards AFB Feb 1, 1956.  Test pilot Harry Brackett killed.
				140447,140448 converted to XF8U-2
				140448 on display at Pate Museum, Borland, TX.
140449/140666		North American T-28C Trojan
				MSN 226-26/243.  North American Model NA-226, designated T-28C fitted with arrester gear for use in 
					dummy deck approach and landing training.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				140449 (MSN 226-26) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 1May62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Dec61 as 140449
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code A]
					Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron
					To Royal Lao Air Force May64 as 54-140449/0-40449. W/o 12Apr66
				140450 (MSN 226-27) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 18Sep64
				140451 (MSN 226-28) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-451]. SOC 22Jan75
					Preserved and on display as gate guard at Evergreen-Middleton Field, AL by 1994
				140452 (MSN 226-29) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 25Sep75
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV. Not reported Oct15
					broken up for parts at Nelson, NV
				140453 (MSN 226-30) Written off 27Jul60
				140454 (MSN 226-31) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-765]. SOC 28May80
					Assigned to NAS South Weymouth, MA. Used for fire practice.
					Preserved and on display at Battleship Cove Naval Heritage Museum, Fall River, MA by 1986
					Retrieved from fire dump at South Weymouth NAS, restored to static display 
					condition and placed on show during 1986 at Marine Museum, Fall River, MA.
				140455 (MSN 226-32) To MASDC as 5T0185 Nov 9, 1976. SOC 10Nov76. Bought at DoD sale 20May82.
					On civil registry as N328AK
				140456 (MSN 226-33) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 1May62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Dec61 as 140456
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code B]
					Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron 
					To Royal Lao Air Force May64 as 54-140456/0-40456. WFU 1Jul74
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, 
					Thailand for Operation Water Pump. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 54-140456/140456, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at 
					Villamor AB 1980-88. Sold 14Mar89
					Registered N2065J 12Sep89; sale reported 12Jun03, cancelled 13Aug12
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140457 (MSN 226-34) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 1May62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Dec61 as 140457
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code C]
					Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron
					To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] May64 as 54-140457/0-40457. WFU 1Jul74
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 54-140457/140457, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88. 
					Sold 14Mar89.  Registered N2065R 12Sep89; current
				140458 (MSN 226-35) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 19Apr78
				140459 (MSN 226-36) Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 14Oct76
				140460 (MSN 226-37) Written off 8Jan59
				140461 (MSN 226-38) to MASDC as 5T0114 Feb 28, 1978.  SOC 29May78.  To Historical Aviation Museum, Stone Mountain, GA Nov 22, 1978.
					Registered N9025T Nov78; reregistered.  Registered N404DK Oct88; current [Dec15]
					On June 4, 2004 the aircraft was substantially damaged during a forced landing following a loss of 
					engine power shortly after takeoff from the Manitowoc County Airport (MTW), Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 
					The pilot stated that as he was reducing to climb power after takeoff, about 200 feet above ground level, 
					he felt severe vibration and heard several "bangs." He reported that the engine "wound down". He made 
					a slight left turn toward an open field adjacent to a barn to set up for a gear-up forced landing. 
					He noted that the touchdown was smooth and the aircraft slid for approximately 335 feet. The aircraft 
					yawed as it slid and came to a stop when the tail struck a ditch adjacent to a roadway. A post-accident 
					examination determined that the #4 articulating rod had failed resulting in the engine failure.
				140462 (MSN 226-39) To MASDC as 5T0023 Nov 22, 1974.  Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registered N834VW  reserved Oct 5, 2006 for Vintage Warbirds, taken up 6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140463 (MSN 226-40) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 14Jan63
				140464 (MSN 226-41) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 15Oct76
					Registered N2800J; reregistered
					Registered N464SB 3Apr98; registered as a North American-Mark T-28C; 
					Crashed 17Apr07 near Red Lodge, MT en-route to Billings, MT. The pilot said that he had just departed and 
					had adjusted the engine controls for 36 inches of manifold pressure and 2,400 revolutions per minute for 
					climb. He said that he turned to a north heading when the engine lost power. The pilot said that he 
					attempted to land back at the airport, but ended up landing in an open field. He said the engine 
					separated from the airframe and the empennage partially separated from the fuselage. The pilot said 
					that the engine had been overhauled approximately 20 hours before the accident. The pilot reported 
					that he fueled the airplane on March 14, 2007, with 63 gallons of fuel; he said, "both sides were 
					topped off." He said that on March 21, 2007, he flew the airplane for approximately one hour, 
					and on April 14, 2007, he flew the airplane again for approximately one hour. The reason for the 
					loss of engine power was not determined.
					N464SB cancelled by FAA Aug 25, 2007 as w/o in forced landing at Red Lodge, MT
					Apr 17, 2007.
				140465 (MSN 226-42) with VT-2 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0018 Oct 18, 1974. SOC 23Jan76. 
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82.  Registration N835VW reserved Oct 5, 2006 for Vintage Warbirds,
					taken up 6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140466 (MSN 226-43) with VT-2 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0046 Feb 11, 1975. SOC 25Nov75. 
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
					broken up for parts at Nelson, NV
				140467 (MSN 226-44) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 11May68
				140468 (MSN 226-45) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 26Nov80
					Preserved and on display as gate guard at NAS Corpus Christi, TX by 1982 [last reported 1996]
				140469 (MSN 226-46) Written off 3Jun57
				140470 (MSN 226-47) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 11Jul69
				140471 (MSN 226-48) Written off 28Sep56
				140472 (MSN 226-49) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 26Jul73
				140473 (MSN 226-50) With TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0143 May 15, 1978. SOC 25Jun80
					Registered N31425 13Mar92; reregistered.  Registered N281TS 8Aug96; reregistered
					Registered N10NA 11Sep09; current [Dec15]
				140474 (MSN 226-51) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 25Jul67
				140475 (MSN 226-52) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code 3G-714]
					To MASDC as 5T0037 21Dec74. Departed 22Nov78 to Georgia Historical Aviation Museum, Stone Mountain, GA
					Registered N9025Y Nov78; current [Dec15]
				140476 (MSN 226-53) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 10Mar65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Mar 10, 1965 as 476, code FA-476
					Abandoned in mid-air 29May65 NW of Paulis after running out of fuel at night. The pilot bailed out safely
				140477 (MSN 226-54) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 25May64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise May 25, 1964 as 477, 
					code FA-477, later as FG-477
					Delivered 27May64 by USAF C-133 to Leopoldville, Belgian Congo
					Crashed 9Jul65 during takeoff from Albertville and turned over into water. Pilot killed. Rebuild of 
					aircraft abandoned c1968
				140478 (MSN 226-55) Written off 15Aug59
				140479 (MSN 226-56) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 13Apr67
				140480 (MSN 226-57) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 2Mar78
					Registration N2800N assigned 29Apr79; registered as a North American-Rivera T-28C; cancelled 25Sep14
					To the Oklahoma Museum of Flying, Wiley Post Airport, Bethany, OK. Under restoration
				140481 (MSN 226-58) to MASDC as 5T0027 Dec 12, 1974.  SOC 25Nov75  
					To Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ Mar 10, 1977
				140482 (MSN 226-59) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 1May62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Dec61 as 140482
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code D].  Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 54-140482/0-40482. W/o 6Apr66
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, 
					Thailand for Operation Water Pump. 
				140483 (MSN 226-60) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 1May62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Dec61 as 140483
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code E].  Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron
					W/o sometime in 1963.
				140484 (MSN 226-61) Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 13Sep74
				140485 (MSN 226-62) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Oct64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Sep64 as 485, code FA-485, later as FG-485
					Captured by mutineers at Kisangani 5Jul67; blown up at Punia 2Aug67
				140486 (MSN 226-63) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 1May62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Dec61 as 140486.  Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code F]
					Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron.  W/o Oct 24, 1963.
				140487 (MSN 226-64) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL [code 2S-733]
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 18Dec80.  Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV. Not reported Oct15
					Broken up for parts at Nelson, NV
				140488 (MSN 226-65) with VA-122.  To MASDC as 5T0099 Mar 3, 1977.  SOC 16Aug77. Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registered N28CX 6May91; current [Dec15]
				140489 (MSN 226-66) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code 3G-723]
					To MASDC as 5T0050 8Feb75. SOC 29May78. Departed 9Nov78
					Registered N9019L Nov78; cancelled 17May13
					To Civil Defence Council, Waynesboro, MS 1978
					To Wayne Rescue Unit, Waynesboro, MS 20Sep91
				140490 (MSN 226-67) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 25May64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise May 25, 1964 as 490, code FA-490
					Delivered 27May64 by USAF C-133 to Leopoldville, Belgian Congo
					Crashed 17Dec64 into trees near Mahagi during a strafing run. Pilot killed
				140491 (MSN 226-68) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code 3G-717]
					To MASDC as 5T0032 16Dec74. SOC 16Aug77. Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Noted stored at Courtesy Aircraft, Rockford, IL Sep08
				140492 (MSN 226-69) with TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL  To MASDC as 5T0139 May 9, 1978. SOC 30Apr79
					To Indiana Museum of Military History, Indianapolis, IN 1988
					Registered N4168H; cancelled on export to Canada
					Registered C-GTTF 29Jun92; cancelled 30Oct96
					Registered N746SH Dec96; current [Dec15]
				140493 (MSN 226-70) Written off 19Nov58
				140494 (MSN 226-71) Written off 3Sep59
				140495 (MSN 226-72) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 5Mar62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Dec61 as 140495
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code G]
					Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron. W/o 13Jan62 or 13Jan63 at Nha Trang, RVN
				140496 (MSN 226-73) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 25May64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise May 25, 1964 as 496, 
					code FA-496, later as FG-563
					Crash landed 17Feb65 near Sudanese border after running out of fuel. Pilot presumed killed by rebel forces.
				140497 (MSN 226-74) Written off 16Dec58
				140498 (MSN 226-75) Written off 25Sep58
				140499 (MSN 226-76) Written off 14Oct58
				140500 (MSN 226-77) Assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA. W/o 17Nov72
				140501 (MSN 226-78) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL [code 2S-745]
					Damaged in a hangar fire caused by a lightning strike
					To MASDC as 5T0131 May 9, 1978. SOC 30Apr79
					Registered N9749N; reregistered.  Registered N900BW Dec88; reregistered
					Registered N161JP 10Mar98; current [Dec15]
				140502 (MSN 226-79) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 16Nov78
				140503 (MSN 226-80) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 19Jul67
				140504 (MSN 226-81) Written off 16Sep59
				140505 (MSN 226-82) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Pensacola, FL. W/o 16Jun67
				140506 (MSN 226-83) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. SOC 2Nov64
				140507 (MSN 226-84) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 6Jul62
				140508 (MSN 226-85) Written off 31Jan57
				140509 (MSN 226-86) with TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0131 May 9, 1978.  SOC 30Apr79
					Registered N280BJ 22Oct91; reregistered.  Registered N128BJ 13May96; cancelled 28Jun99
					Crashed 4Feb99 15 miles NE of Palm Springs en-route Van Nuys to Thermal, CA. The aircraft was flying 
					in the lead position in a two-aircraft formation with T-28 N128NJ [BuNo 140509]. The pilot of the lead 
					aircraft received a pre-flight weather briefing that included an AIRMET for mountain obscuration 
					throughout the intended area of flight. When the flight did not arrive at its destination, a search 
					was initiated and the two airplanes were found on a mountain slope at 5,300 feet mean sea level (MSL). 
					The lead aircraft impacted the slope about 250 feet below a ridgeline. The wingman impacted 
					approximately 220 feet further up the same slope and offset 30 feet to the right. Park service 
					rangers reported that weather near the accident site at the time consisted of overcast clouds with 
					the tops of the mountains intermittently obscured in clouds, snow, and light rain.
				140510 (MSN 226-87) Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 13Oct76
				140511 (MSN 226-88) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2W-341]
					Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-600]
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 29Oct74
					Noted in external storage at the Naval Aviation Museum (Pensacola) Summer 1984
					Registered N140NA Oct85; reregistered.  Registered N140AG Sep89; current [Dec15].
				140512 (MSN 226-89) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 14Jul66
				140513 (MSN 226-90) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 1May62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Dec61 as 140513
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code H]
					Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron
					W/o sometime in 1963
				140514 (MSN 226-91) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL [code 2S-744]
					Assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA [code NJ-091]
					To MASDC as 5T0190 Mar 20, 1979. SOC 31Mar79
					Registered N2141D; reregistered
					Damaged 7May83 when the pilot failed to lower the landing gear.
					Registered N28XC 31May01; current [Dec15]
				140515 (MSN 226-92) With VT-3 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0044 Feb 10, 1975. SOC 25Nov75. 
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82.  Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
					Broken up for parts at Nelson, NV
				140516 (MSN 226-93) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 25May64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					Delivered 27May64 by USAF C-133 to Leopoldville, Belgian Congo
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise May64 as 516, code FA-516, later as FG-516		
					Renamed Zaire Air Force / Force Aérienne Zairoise Oct71. WFU 29Sep75
					Registered N99153 Nov77; current [Dec15]
					Ferry flight from Zaire to El Paso, TX (via Gabon, Nigeria, Togo, Abidjan, Monrovia, Freetown, Bissau, Dakar, 
					Port Etienne, Villa Cisneros, Marrakech, Spain, France, London, Iceland, Greenland & Labrador) 1977; 
					arrived Biggin Hill 16Dec77; departed Biggin Hill for USA 17Apr78.
				140517 (MSN 226-94) Written off 14Oct58
				140518 (MSN 226-95) Written off 27Sep56
				140519 (MSN 226-96) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL
					Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL.  Assigned to NAAS Corry Field, FL
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-711]
					To MASDC as 5T0061 3Aug76. SOC 29May78. Departed 9Nov78.  Registered N9019N Nov78; current [Dec15]
					To County Civil Defense, Jackson, MS Nov78
					To Civil Defence Council, Waynesboro, MS 1984
					Damaged 11Aug02 when the pilot experienced braking problems during the landing at Platte Valley 
					airport (18V), and ran off the end of the runway. The aircraft nose gear and propeller was damaged. 
					The aircraft was inspected and found some glazing on the brake rotor surface. The aircraft had been 
					washed prior to this flight using a citric acid based degreaser and appeared to have coated the brakes 
					causing them to fade during landing.
				140520 (MSN 226-97) To MASDC. SOC 16Nov78
					Registered N678MC 23Jun93; current [Dec15]
					Noted stored unrestored at Avra Valley, AZ 1993
				140521 (MSN 226-98)  To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 29Jun76
					To National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL 1977
					Preserved and on display at the National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL [last noted 1988]
				140522 (MSN 226-99) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 13Oct76
				140523 (MSN 226-100) With TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0141 May 9, 1978, later as TA0192. SOC 30Apr79
					Registered N470; cancelled 13May15
					On October 21, 2006 the aircraft was destroyed when it impacted terrain following a loss of control while
					maneuvering near Georgetown, Louisiana. The flight originated from the St. Louis Downtown Airport, near 
					Cahokia/St. Louis, Illinois  and was destined for Lake Charles Regional Airport, near Lake Charles, 
					Louisiana. Weather radar images indicated a level 5 storm cell west of the accident location.
					Pilot killed.
				140524 (MSN 226-101) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL
					Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL
					Assigned to NAS Barin Field, AL
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 26Nov80. Sold as scrap 1986
				140525 (MSN 226-102) with VT-2 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0081 Nov 8, 1976. SOC 9Nov76. 
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82.  Registered C-GTTE 5Dec91; cancelled 22Nov93
					Crashed 17Jun93 at Delta Air Park, BC, Canada
				140526 (MSN 226-103) Assigned to TW-5, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC as 5T0104 6Jun77. SOC 29May78
					Registration N7160B reserved 24May90; reregistered
					Registered N526D 9Nov91; current [Dec15]
				140527 (MSN 226-104) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 25Sep75
				140528 (MSN 226-105) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL [code 2S-716]
					To MASDC as 5T0135 May 9, 1978, later as TA0194 . SOC 1Apr82
					To National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL 1977
					Preserved and on display at the National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL [last noted 1990]
					Registered N71546 Feb90; cancelled 26Sep13
					Damaged 8Jun96 during landing at Waco Regional airport (ACT), Waco, Texas while the Waco air show was 
					in progress. The gear down was selected and the gear extension appeared normal to the pilot. The pilot 
					stated that all gears appeared down and locked. Several eye witnesses stated that the nose gear was 
					not locked in the down position. Many of the witnesses called for the aircraft to go-around, but this 
					call was received too late for the pilot to initiate this action. The nose gear locked in the down 
					position after the propeller struck the runway seven times. During an inspection of the nose gear 
					assembly the maintenance personnel discovered that the nose gear push pull rods were out of adjustment. 
					This resulted in the nose gear not being able to fully extend. 
					On February 21, 2002 the aircraft sustained substantial damage during a forced landing following a loss 
					of engine power near Fredericksburg, Texas. The flight originated from Caldwell, Texas. The pilot 
					reported that the airplane was topped with 155 gallons of fuel at Levelland, Texas. Subsequently, 
					the airplane was flown cross-country for 1 hour 25 minutes to the destination of Caldwell, Texas. 
					The airplane was not fueled at Caldwell, and the flight departed for Fredericksburg. During the 
					descent to the Fredericksburg Gillespie County Airport, the engine lost total power. The pilot 
					landed the airplane, gear retracted, in a rough field approximately 4 nautical miles east of the 
					destination airport. Substantial damage occurred to the firewall, cowling, and fuselage. The 
					engine and propeller were damaged. During inspection, approximately 12 ounces of fuel was drained 
					from the airplane. The integrity of the fuel system was not compromised.
				140529 (MSN 226-106) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 19Apr78
				140530 (MSN 226-107) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 6May75
					Crashed near Virginia International Raceway Sep 21, 2014.  2 killed.
				140531 (MSN 226-108) with VT-6 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0108 Jul 25, 1977. SOC 29May78
					To Indiana Museum of Military History, Indianapolis, IN 1987
					Registered N91550 Nov87; reregistered.  Registered N944SD 21Feb89; reregistered
					Damaged 22Oct94 when the pilot failed to extend the landing gear for landing.
					Registered N531KG 30Oct07; current [Dec15]
					On September 19, 2014  the aircraft was destroyed when it impacted a kudzu field, while performing 
					aerobatics near Alton, Virginia. The flight departed Easton Airport (ESN), Easton, Maryland for the 
					planned flight to Danville Regional Airport (DAN), Danville, Virginia. A witness, who was a friend of 
					the pilot, was at a racing facility with a motorcycle racing team that the pilot owned. The accident 
					airplane performed a low pass over the area, reversed direction, and initiated a barrel roll during 
					the second pass. The witness stated that the airplane started to climb before the barrel roll, but 
					it wasn't enough and he knew the airplane would not have enough altitude to complete the maneuver. 
					The airplane subsequently collided with trees and terrain. The pilot and passenger [his mother] were killed.
				140532 (MSN 226-109) with VT-6 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0025 Dec 2, 1974. SOC 23Jan76. 
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140533 (MSN 226-110) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 1May62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Dec61 as 140533.  Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code I]
					Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron
					To Royal Lao Air Force  May/Jun64 as 54-140533/0-40533. WFU 1Jul74
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, 
					Thailand for Operation Water Pump. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 54-140533/140533. 
					Preserved and on display at Philippine Air Force Museum, Villamor AB, Manila
				140534 (MSN 226-111) with VT-6 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5t0047 Feb 11, 1975. SOC 25Nov75.  Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registration N836VW reserved Oct 5, 2006 for Vintage Warbirds, taken up 6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140535 (MSN 226-112) Assigned to NAS Quonset Point, RI. W/o 19Dec70
				140536 (MSN 226-113) with TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0144 May 2, 1978. SOC 25Jun80
					Registered N31428; current [Dec15]
				140537 (MSN 226-114) with TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0146 May 21, 978, later TA0916 . SOC 1Apr82
					Registration N7164Z reserved Jun90; reregistered.  Registered N537Z Oct90; cancelled 3May13
					On May 24, 2003 the aircraft collided with terrain following an in-flight loss of control after takeoff 
					near Sherman Oaks, California. The accident site was about 4 miles southeast of the Van Nuys Airport (VNY), 
					Van Nuys, California, and the flight's departure point. The pilot and one passenger were fatally 
					injured; the airplane was destroyed. The flight departed en route to Thermal, California. The airplane 
					came out of the clouds in a steep, nose down, inverted attitude and collided with terrain.   Pilot killed.
				140538 MSN 226-115) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 17Apr63
				140539 (MSN 226-116) Transferred to US Marines Corps
					Assigned to MCAS Yuma, AZ.  To MASDC as 5T0110 Dec 3, 1977, SOC 29May78. Departed 18Dec78 to Texas Surplus
					Agency, Harlingen, TX.  Registered N4993Y 22Sep78 to the Confederate Air Force, Harlingen, TX; reregistered 
					Registered N28TN 26Jul85; reregistered.  Registered N166ER 3May90 to Cinema Air; reregistered 
					To Planes of Fame Grand Canyon, Valle, AZ; displayed Apr08
					Registered N36NA 23Apr12; current [Dec15]
				140540 (MSN 226-117) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 8Sep75
				140541 (MSN 226-118) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 31Mar67
				140542 (MSN 226-119) with TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0118 Apr 16, 1978. SOC 25Jun80
					Registered N5321X Jan88; current [Dec15]
				140543 (MSN 226-120) with VT-6 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0126 May 5, 1978. SOC 1Apr82
					Registered N80269 26Jun89; current [Dec15]
				140544 (MSN 226-121) with VT-278 at NAS Corpus Christi, TX. To MASDC as 5T0045 Feb 10, 1975. SOC 23Jan76
					Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registration N837VW reserved Oct 5, 2006 for Vintage Warbirds, taken up 6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140545 (MSN 226-122) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 26Nov80
					Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
					Broken up for parts at Nelson, NV
				140546 (MSN 226-123) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 2Mar78
				140547 (MSN 226-124) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 15Oct76
					Registered N2800Q as a North American-Mark T-28C; cancelled 22Oct91
					To the United Kingdom for air shows 23Jun86; operated by Scandinavian Historic Flight (based in Norway) 1986-91
					Registered F-AZHN 2Apr92; current [Dec15]
					Noted as F-AZHN at Toussus-le-Noble, France July 2003
				140548 (MSN 226-125) Assigned to BTU-2, NAAS Corry Field, NC [code SB-211]
					Assigned to Base Flight, MCAS Quantico, VA
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 29Jun76
					Registered N548NA Oct85; current [Dec15]
				140549 (MSN 226-126) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL [code 2S-745]
					To MASDC as 5T0107 Jun 24, 1977. SOC 29May78
					Registered N34BJ; reregistered.  Registered N128JC; current [Dec15]
				140550 (MSN 226-127) with TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0132 May 9, 1978. SOC 30Apr79
					Registered N990DB; cancelled 11Dec12.  Registered N990DB 15Sep14; current [Dec15]
				140551 (MSN 226-128) with TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0158 Jun 28, 1978. SOC 1Apr82
					Registered N9748Y; current [Dec15]
				140552 (MSN 226-129) with VT-6 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0020 Nov 8, 1974. SOC 25Nov75
					Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registration N838VW reserved Oct 5, 2006 for Vintage Warbirds, taken up 6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140553 (MSN 226-130) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2W-355]
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 14Nov75
					To the USAF Museum for preservation. Loaned to the Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA 1987-89
					Registered N28941 4Mar98; current [Dec15]
				140554 (MSN 226-131) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 20Jun65
				140555 (MSN 226-132) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 18Jul63
				140556 (MSN 226-133) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 1May62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Dec61 as 140556
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code J].  Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron
					W/o sometime in 1964.
				140557 (MSN 226-134) Transferred to the US Marine Corps
					Assigned to MCAS Quantico, VA. SOC 27Feb75
					To the US Marine Corps Aviation Museum, MCAS Quantico, VA 1988-94
					Preserved and on display at the NAS Wildwood Aviation Museum, Cape May County Airport, Rio Grande, New Jersey 2007
				140558 (MSN 226-135) Assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA W/o 2Jul71
				140559 (MSN 226-136) Written off 8Mar58
				140560 (MSN 226-137) Written off 1Nov57
				140561 (MSN 226-138) with VT-2 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0017 Oct 15, 1974. SOC 23Jan76. 
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82.  Registered N561WR 25Sep02; current [Dec15]
				140562 (MSN 226-139) Written off 11Aug58
				140563 (MSN 226-140) with VT-7 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0052 Feb 24, 1975. SOC 29May78
					Registration N563GH assigned 24Apr89; ntu, cancelled 30Oct89
					Registered ZK-JGS 28Nov89; current [Nov14]
				140564 (MSN 226-141) with VT-2 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0089 Nov 19, 1976. SOC 20Nov76. 
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registered N40980; current [Dec15], registered to Hans O. Lauridsen, Buckeye, AZ
					Operated by the Lauridsen Aviation Museum, Buckeye, AZ
					Planned to be displayed in a proposed Glendale Aircraft Museum 
					at Glendale APT, AZ, but in 2013 was still on civil registry.
				140565 (MSN 226-142) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 28Dec77
				140566 (MSN 226-143) with TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC May 9, 1978. SOC 25Jun80
					Registered N556EB Dec85; current [Dec15]. Based at St. Ghislain, Belgium
				140567 (MSN 226-144) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 13Oct76
				140568 (MSN 226-145) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 1May62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Dec61 as 140568
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code K].  Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron
					Damaged sometime in 1964
				140569 (MSN 226-146) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 10Jul72
				140570 (MSN 226-147) Assigned to TW-5, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-462]
					To MASDC as 5T0148 May 23, 1978.  . SOC 1Apr82
					Registered C-FNAA 18Jun93; cancelled 20Jun96
					Registered N462NA 28Jun96; current [Dec15]
				140571 (MSN 226-148) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 14Nov60
				140572 (MSN 226-149) Written off 16May58
				140573 (MSN 226-150) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 13Oct76
				140574 (MSN 226-151) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 15Sep80
					Registered N7066J 26Oct93 as a North American / Weber T-28C; current [Dec15]
					Damaged 4Jan09 when the aircraft ran off the runway at Baton Rouge, LA
				140575 (MSN 226-152) with VT-2 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0124 May 1, 1978.  SOC 25Jun80
					Registered N575FL; current [Dec15]
					Stored unrestored at Specialized Aircraft Maintenance scrap yard, Tucson, AZ 1998-2007
				140576 (MSN 226-153) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL [code 2S-153]
					Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Oct64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Sep 1964 as 576, code FA-576, later as FG-576
					Renamed Zaire Air Force / Force Aérienne Zairoise Oct71. WFU 29Sep75
					Sold by US Defense Sales Agency 29Sep75.  Registered N99141 Nov77; reregistered
					Ferry flight from Zaire to El Paso, TX (via Gabon, Nigeria, Togo, Abidjan, Monrovia, Freetown, Bissau, Dakar, 
					Port Etienne, Villa Cisneros, Marrakech, Spain, France, London, Iceland, Greenland & Labrador) 1977; arrived 
					Biggin Hill 16Dec77; departed Biggin Hill for USA 17Apr78.
					Registered N289RD Jan79; current [Dec15]
				140577 (MSN 226-154) ssigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 25Aug66	
				140578 (MSN 226-155) with VT-6 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0030 Dec 6, 1974. SOC 29May78
					Registered N8039S; current [Dec15]
				140579 (MSN 226-156) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 1May62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Dec61 as 140579
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code L].  Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron
					Modified with reconnaissance pack, designated RT-28C.  Transferred to USAF
					Assigned to Detachment 2B, 4400th Combat Crew Training Squadron, code named "Farm Gate"
					To Royal Lao Air Force May 1964  as 54-140579/0-40579
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, 
					Thailand for Operation Water Pump. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					Assigned to Detachment 1, 56th Special Operations Wing, Nam Phong RTAFB, Thailand.
					Crashed 3Feb72 38km SW of Udorn, Thailand; 2 killed (both from 56th SOW, USAF)
				140580 (MSN 226-157) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 1May62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Dec61 as 140580.
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code M].  Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 54-140580/0-40580. W/o Apr70 .
				140581 (MSN 226-158) with TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL. To MASDC as 5T0137 May 9, 1978. SOC 25Jun80
					Registered N581JS 7Feb91; reregistered.  Registered N666GR 9Sep02; reregistered
					Registered N688GR 12May10; expired 31Aug14
					On September 17, 2011 the aircraft collided with terrain during a low altitude aerobatic maneuver at the 
					Eastern WV Regional Airport/Shepherd Field (MRB), Martinsburg, West Virginia. The airplane sustained 
					substantial damage, and the pilot, the sole occupant, was fatally injured. The purpose of the flight 
					was a 15 minute performance of aerobatic and non-aerobatic maneuvers by 6 pilots of the Trojan Horsemen 
					Demonstration Team (Trojan Horseman) for Thunder Over the Blue Ridge Open House and Air Show at MRB. 
					The accident flight occurred during the single performance of the Trojan Horsemen that day. The pilot 
					of the accident airplane was the No. 6 position for the Trojan Horsemen demonstration. As part of the 
					flight, the Nos. 5 and 6 airplanes were to complete an opposing pass, crossing at show center at an 
					altitude of 500 feet with smoke on, with an aileron roll immediately following the pass. After 
					completion of the opposing pass, the accident pilot was to follow the formation with a four-point roll, 
					and rejoin the formation behind the crowd. The accident occurred during the opposing pass maneuver. 
					The pilot in the No. 5 position reported that he and the accident pilot were laterally displaced and 
					flying towards each other. Their flight paths were to cross at 300 feet above ground level, and then 
					both were to perform an aileron roll. The No. 5 position pilot was to roll to the right after crossing, 
					while the pilot of the accident airplane was to roll to the left after crossing. Witnesses and recorded 
					video indicated that after the two airplanes crossed, the accident pilot began an aileron roll to the left, 
					which degraded into a barrel roll. After completing about 270 degrees of the roll, the airplane stopped rolling 
					and continued in a right-wing-down, nose-low attitude until impact. Review of the video revealed no 
					separation of airplane parts and no obvious attempt by the pilot to recover. Post accident examination 
					of the airframe and flight controls and a cursory examination of the engine revealed no evidence of 
					pre-impact failure or malfunction that would have precluded normal operation. According to the pilot's 
					medical records, he developed early onset coronary artery disease and suffered a heart attack 
					(myocardial infarction) at age 46, requiring urgent four-vessel coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) 
					surgery in 2003. Contributing to the accident was the Federal Aviation Administration's willingness 
					to allow an airman with well-documented, severe coronary artery disease to perform high-risk, low-altitude 
					aerobatic maneuvers.
				140582 (MSN 226-159) Written off Apr66
				140583 (MSN 226-160) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. W/o 18Feb77
				140584 (MSN 226-161) Assigned to BAT-1, Aviation Officer Candidate School (AOCS), NAS Pensacola, FL
					Written off 28Mar57.  Noted in external storage at the Naval Aviation Museum (Pensacola) Summer 1984
				140585 (MSN 226-162) with VT-2 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0051q Feb 21, 1975. SOC 25Nov75,  Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS. Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
 					Broken up for parts at Nelson, NV
				140586 (MSN 226-163) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 15Oct76
					Registered N2800R as a North American-Mark T-28C; reregistered
					Registered N128CT; sale reported 9Sep09 to Canada, cancelled 27Aug12
					Stored dismantled & unrestored Victoria, BC, Canada 2007
				140587 (MSN 226-164) Written off 14Apr59
				140588 (MSN 226-165) Written off 10Jan59
				140589 (MSN 226-166) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 18Dec80
					To private user in Sheffield, UK Jun 28, 1962 and registered as G-USAF.  Stored dismantled
					from 1982-1992. Cancelled Sep 2, 1991.  To Canada and registered as C-FPTR Mar 23, 1992,cancelled Apr 28, 1993.  
					To N280CR Jun 1, 1993, reregistered .
					To N280JM Feb 3, 1999, current Dec 2015.   On December 8, 2012 the aircraft was substantially damaged when it 
					impacted terrain during an off airport forced landing near Charping Airport (5TA1), Moody, Texas. The airplane 
					had departed from Draughon-Miller Central Texas Regional Airport (TPL), Temple, Texas for the local flight. 
					The pilot reported that he was on a base leg for a practice low approach to the 2,200 foot long turf runway 
					at 5TA1, when there was a sudden complete loss of engine power. The pilot's brief efforts to restart 
					the engine were unsuccessful and he executed an off-airport forced landing with the landing gear retracted 
					and the speed brakes stowed. There was an immediate post impact fire in the engine compartment which was 
					extinguished with handheld fire extinguishers brought by several witnesses who had responded quickly. 
					A post accident examination showed the engine mount, lower forward fuselage, and wing spar sustained 
					substantial damage. There was fire damage to the engine compartment and the upper engine cowling and 
					smoke damage to the cockpit area.
				140590 (MSN 226-167) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 17Mar76
				140591 (MSN 226-168) with VT-2 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0053 Feb 24, 1975. SOC 25Nov75.  Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS. Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
					Broken up for parts at Nelson, NV
				140592 (MSN 226-169) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 14Jun72
				140593 (MSN 226-170) with VT-6 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0040 Jan 16, 1975. SOC 29May78
					Registered N9022Y Nov78; cancelled 9May91
					To County Civil Defense, Jefferson City, MO Nov78
					To Civil Defence Council, Greenwood, MO 1984
					Forced landing 1Jan87 at Van Nuys, CA. The pilots were practicing landings and were on the 3rd flight 
					after the engine had been overhauled. After takeoff from a tough-and-go, the instructor noticed that the 
					oil temperature was high. Soon thereafter, the engine began to run rough, then it seized. Unable to get 
					back to the runway, he landed in a plowed field. He said he intended to land with the gear retracted, 
					but the aircraft touched down with the gear extended, then bounced and nosed over. The CFI believed 
					that the student may have extended the gear just before landing. Investigation revealed that a 
					catastrophic internal failure of the engine had occurred. There was evidence of an overspeed. A witness 
					reported that due to improper installation of the carburettor throttle arm, the engine went to full power 
					when it was started after overhaul. Reportedly, it stayed at full power for several minutes before 
					it could be shut down. A teardown revealed the connecting rods had failed, the cylinder skirts were 
					damaged, one piston was destroyed and others were damaged, several bearings were worn and overheated, 
					metal chips/contamination found in the engine and oil system. The engine had been operated about 
					7 hrs since overhaul.
				140594 (MSN 226-171) Written off 31May57
				140595 (MSN 226-172) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 21May73
				140596 (MSN 226-173) Written off Aug65
				140597 (MSN 226-174) with VT-2 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0049 Feb 13, 1975. SOC 25Nov75. 
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82. To New Orleans, LA
				140598 (MSN 226-175) Written off 21Apr58
				140599 (MSN 226-176) Written off 30Sep59
				140600 (MSN 226-177) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 28Nov61
				140601 (MSN 226-178) Assigned to Base Flight, NAS Saufley Field, FL
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 25Sep75
				140602 (MSN 226-179) Assigned to NAS Saufley Field, FL. SOC 2Aug76
					Transferred to the US Marine Corps
					To the US Marine Corps Aviation Museum, MCAS Quantico, VA
					Exchanged by USMC Aviation Museum for Lockheed PV-1 Bu34807 23Jun83
					Registered N3948B 22Jun83; reregistered
					Registered N602JM Nov84; cancelled 23Mar15
				140603 (MSN 226-180)  Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 9Mar62
				140604 (MSN 226-181) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL..  Crash landed and burned on NAS Pensacola golf 
					course Oct 30, 1963.  Pilot was rescued from the cockpit by another officer who was playing golf.
				140605 (MSN 226-182) Written off 19Jun57
				140606 (MSN 226-183) Written off 27Nov57
				140607 (MSN 226-184) with VT-2 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0154 Jun 15, 1978. SOC 30Apr79.  
					Registered N70447; cancelled 10Aug12
				140608 (MSN 226-185) with VT-2 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0054 Feb 26, 1975. SOC 25Nov75
					Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registration N839VW reserved Oct 5, 2006 for Vintage Warbirds, taken up 6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140609 (MSN 226-186) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 23Oct64
				140610 (MSN 226-187) with TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0151 May 26, 1978. SOC 30Apr79
					Registered N8084V; current [Dec15]
				140611 (MSN 226-188) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC as 5T0157 28Jun78. SOC 30Apr79
					To Chesapeake College, MD
					Stored unrestored Rockford, IL 1996-2002
				140612 (MSN 226-189) Written off 12Jun59
				140613 (MSN 226-190) With VT-27 at NAS Corpus Christi, TX.  To MASDC as 5T0060 Aug 3, 1976. SOC 16Aug77. 
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82.  Registered N28CZ Dec 23, 2004, current [Dec 2015]
				140614 (MSN 226-191) assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA [code NJ-092]
					To MASDC as 5T0100 Mar 4, 1977. SOC 5Mar77. Bought at DoD sale 20May82. To New Orleans, LA. 
					Noted dismantled at McKinney, TX 2003
				140615 (MSN 226-192) to MASDC as 5T0028 Dec 4, 1974. SOC 16Aug77. Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registration N335JF reserved Oct 12, 2005, taken up Mar 14, 2006
				140616 (MSN 226-193) assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 19Apr78
				140617 (MSN 226-194) assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 25Sep75
				140618 (MSN 226-195) assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 30Mar61
				140619 (MSN 226-196) with VT-27 at NAS Corpus Christi, TX.  To MASDC as 5T0042 Feb 10, 1975. SOC 23Jan76. 
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82. To New Orleans, LA
				140620 (MSN 226-197) with VT-3 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0056 May 28, 1975. SOC 25Nov75.
					Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140621 (MSN 226-198) Assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA. W/o 13Feb76
				140622 (MSN 226-199) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 29Nov68
				140623 (MSN 226-200) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 10Oct61
				140624 (MSN 226-201) Written off 4Mar58
				140625 (MSN 226-202) To MASDC as 5T0064 Oct 7, 1976. SOC 16Aug77. Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registered N30625 11Jul90 as a North American / Germain T-28C; current [Dec15]  
				140626 (MSN 226-203) with VT-6 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0048 Feb 11, 1975. SOC 25Nov75.
					Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registration N839VW reserved Oct 5, 2006 for Vintage Warbirds, taken up 6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140627 (MSN 226-204) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 25Sep75
				140628 (MSN 226-205) Written off 30Jun59
				140629 (MSN 226-206) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 29May61
				140630 (MSN 226-207) Written off Jun66
				140631 (MSN 226-208) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL [code 2S-714]
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 9Oct75
					To the National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. Noted stored at Chevalier Field 1977
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140632 (MSN 226-209) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 12Dec67
				140633 (MSN 226-210) Written off 23Oct58
				140634 (MSN 226-211) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 5Feb63
				140635 (MSN 226-212) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 18Dec80
					Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140636 (MSN 226-213) with VT-2 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0116 Apr 12, 1978.  SOC Apr 1, 1982.  
					Stripped hulk dumped at Avra Valley, AZ 1993
				140637 (MSN 226-214) with TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0105 Jun 20, 1977. SOC 29May78
					Registered N65647; reregistered.  Registered N28BZ Jul91; cancelled 29Mar05
					Registration N637KB reserved Oct99; ntu
					On June 20, 2004 the aircraft made a forced landing to a field in the area of Deland, Florida. The pilot 
					and one passenger were not injured, and the airplane incurred substantial damage. The flight had originated 
					from New Smyrna Beach, Florida, a few minutes before the accident. The pilot stated that during a slow 
					climb after takeoff, a lighted chip light in the airplane's cockpit illuminated. Shortly thereafter, he 
					said he felt the first engine shudder/backfire, and he then made a "Mayday" call, and proceeded to 
					the nearest airport to land. Along the way, the pilot said he increased power in an attempt to ensure 
					he would reach the airport, and initially felt the airplane accelerate, but about 30 seconds later, 
					in addition to the illuminated chip light and vibration associated with the engine, suddenly there was 
					a severe rumble again, followed by the engine operating distinctively rough. He noted little puffs of 
					black smoke, coming out of the stacks around the fuselage, and since there was a heavy forested area 
					ahead, he said he turned the airplane toward a field, to affect a landing. The approach and landing 
					flare/touchdown were uneventful, but during the landing rollout the airplane impacted a ditch, and 
					incurred substantial damage. An engine master rod bearing had failed.
				140638 (MSN 226-215) with NAF Washington at Andrews AFB, MD.  To MASDC as 5T0095 Dec 14, 1976.  
					SOC 16Aug77. Bought at DoD sale 20May82. To New Orleans, LA
				140639 (MSN 226-216) with TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0140 May 9, 1978. SOC 25Jun80
					Registered N775CH 1Oct86; cancelled 10Apr91
					Crashed 10Mar89 at Titusville, FL. The aerobatic qualified pilot was practicing a Cuban 8 type of maneuver. 
					According to a witness, the maneuver was performed in a reverse manner. When the pilot previously performed 
					the maneuver, he allowed the aircraft to climb sufficiently before making a 180 deg roll and going down 
					the back side of the maneuver. However, just before the accident, after completing the front side of 
					the maneuver, the aircraft was immediately rolled 180 degrees without climbing sufficiently. Subsequently, 
					during recovery from the descent on the back side of the maneuver, the aircraft mushed into the ground 
					and crashed in a wings level attitude. 
				140640 (MSN 226-217) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 7Aug63
				140641 (MSN 226-218) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 28Jun68
				140642 (MSN 226-219) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 17May66
				140643 (MSN 226-220) Transferred to the US Marine Corps
					Assigned to MCAS Quantico, VA. W/o 4Dec74
				140644 (MSN 226-221) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 15Jul63
				140645 (MSN 226-222) with NAF Andrews, MD To MASDC as 5T0094 Dec 2, 1976. SOC 29May78.  Departed Nov 9, 1978
					Registered N9016R; current [Dec15]
					To Delhi Richland Parish Civil Defense, Delhi, LA 1984. Sold 23Jun86
				140646 (MSN 226-223) Written off Sep65
				140647 (MSN 226-224) To MASDC as 5T0093 Dec 2, 1976. SOC 16Aug77. Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registered N757K 30Sep94; current [Dec15]
					On civil registry as N757K with private owner at Santa Ynez, CA
				140648 (MSN 226-225) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 23Aug63
				140649 (MSN 226-226) oAssigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 16Nov78
					Registered N649JS 15Apr91; reregistered.  Registration N28VW reserved Apr98; ntu
					Registration N649DF reserved Jun 278, 2005, taken up 3Aug05; current [Dec15]
				140650 (MSN 226-227) with VT-27 at NAS Corpus Christi, TX.  To MASDC as 5T0062 Aug 23, 1976. SOC 16Aug77
					Registered N51928 to County Civil Defense, Laurel, MS 28Feb78.  Sold 1988
					Registration cancelled 30Jul13. Believe stored at Rockford, IL 2013
				140651 (MSN 226-228) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 21Nov69
				140652 (MSN 226-229) Assigned to NAS North Island, CA
					To MASDC as 5T0192 May 23, 1979. SOC 1Apr82.  Registered N652T; reregistered
					Registered N28LC 31Aug88; current [Dec15]  
				140653 (MSN 226-230) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 14Feb77
					Registered N10260; reregistered.  Registered N653DB Apr87; current [Dec15]
					Stored unrestored at Avra Valley, AZ 1992-93
					Stored Rockford, IL 1997-2002
					To the Nevada Museum of Aviation & Military History, Las Vegas, NV 6Apr89. Sold Oct04
				140654 (MSN 226-231) with VT-27 at NAS Corpus Christi, TX.  To MASDC as 5T0035 Dec 18, 1974.  SOC 16Aug77. 
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82.  Registered N75947 Sep91 as a North American / Bumgarner T-28C; current [Dec15]
				140655 (MSN 226-232) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 9Aug67
				140656 (MSN 226-233) Written off 20Mar59
				140657 (MSN 226-234) Assigned to Base Flight, NAS Quonset Point, RI
					To MASDC as 5T0021 Nov 19, 1974. SOC 16Aug77.  Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registration N824VW reserved Oct 5, 2006 for Vintage Warbirds, taken up 6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140658 (MSN 226-235) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					Crashed 12Apr68 at the US Military Academy, West Point, NY [1 killed; 1 injured]
					Restored to flight.  Registered N5094J Nov87; cancelled Jun99
					Registered N78378 19Jun01; current [Dec15]
				140659 (MSN 226-236) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 1Dec77
					Registered N75ES; cancelled
					To the Pate Transportation Museum, Cresson, Fort Worth, TX 1988-2003
					To the Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, AL 2005
					Seen in 2014 in fenced-off area at Birmingham IAP, AL
				140660 (MSN 226-237) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 18Apr62
				140661 (MSN 226-238) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-715]
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 16Jan81
					Noted in external storage at the Naval Aviation Museum (Pensacola) Summer 1984
					Registered N661NA Oct85; current [Dec15]
				140662 (MSN 226-239) with TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  to MASDC as 5T0123 Apr 29, 1978, later to
					USAF as TA0199. SOC Apr 1, 1982.  Registered N22134 26Mar90; reregistered
					Noted at Rockford, IL Aug 9, 1996 painted as NX22134. Registered N243DM 2Jun97; current [Dec15 
					Now airworthy at Prescott, AZ.
				140663 (MSN 226-240) Assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA. W/o 13Jan78
				140664 (MSN 226-241) Written off 8Jan59
				140665 (MSN 226-242) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. .  Crashed after takeoff due to engine failure at 
					NOLF Evergreen, Alabama May 8, 1961.  Aircraft was destroyed, no injuries.
				140666 (MSN 226-243) with VT-6 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0031 Dec 13, 1974. SOC 29May78
					Registered N9022N Nov 17, 1978; current [Dec15]
					To County Civil Defense, Jefferson City, MO 17Nov78
					To Civil Defence Council, Greenwood, MO 1984
					On April 11, 2008 the aircraft experienced a total loss of engine power while cruising about 5 miles 
					east-southeast of the Kingman Airport, Kingman, Arizona. The pilot made a forced landing on open, rocky, 
					desert terrain, and the airplane was substantially damaged. About 15 minutes after takeoff, during 
					cruise flight, the pilot observed the engine oil pressure drop and the temperature increase, followed by a 
					total loss of engine power. The pilot made an intentional gear-up forced landing on rough terrain. 
					A partial tear down examination of the engine revealed ferrous and non-ferrous metal in the oil screens. 
					The number 3 connecting rod was found bent, and the number 4 and number 5 cylinders were damaged. Numerous 
					pieces of metal were observed in the crankcase that were associated with the number 4 and number 5 cylinders 
					and pistons. The internal engine component that initially broke at the beginning of the sequence was not identified.
140667/140956		Beech T-34B Mentor
				MSN BG-1/BG-290
				140784 and 140861 converted to YT-34C 
				140669 became N669MC.
				140670 (MSN BG-4) to N100ZP
				140676 to MASDC as 4T0089 Nov 1, 1970.  Became N20684
				140677 (MSN BG-11) to Honduras AF as FAH 1600.  Sold to N171EA
				140678 (MSN BG-12) to MASDC as 4T0161 Oct 30, 1976.  To civil
					registry as N16116
				140684 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 666
				140687 (MSN BG-21) to Honduras AF as FAH 1601 in 1977.  Sold
					in 2001 to US user as N687HV
				140688 to N2986F.  In 2009 was at Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum, MCAS Mirmar, CA
				140689 Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  to N31362.  To N2986F.  At NAS North Island Flying Club Feb 2008.  
				140694 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 678
				140697 to MASDC as TD0002 Mar 30, 1977
				140698 (MSN BG-32) to MASDC as 4T0092 Nov 1, 1970
				140699 with Planes of Fame Air Museum, Minnesota.
				140701 (MSN BG-35) Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  to civil registry as N31366.  
				140704 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 668
				140706 became N32460
				140707 to MASDC as 4T0096 Mar 30, 1977, changed to TD0003.
				140709 to MASDC as 4T0091 Nov 1, 1970
				140712 to N96065
				140714 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 673
				140716 (MSN BG-50) Noted in Feb 2015 stored with Parks Industries, Amarillo, Texas
				140717 (MSN BG-51) to Dominican Republic AF as 1602.  US registration N173EA reserved Aug 2002.
				140720 (MSN BG-54) to MASDC as 4T0104 Mar 30, 1977, later TD0004.
				140721 (MSN BG-55) to MASDC as 4T0097 Mar 30, 1997.
				140725 (BG-59) to MASDC as 4T0098 Mar 30, 1997, later TD0006.  To civil registry as N424NM
				140727 (BG-61) to Honduras AF as FAH 1603 in 1977.  WFU 1982
				140731 to MASDC as 4T0108 Mar 30, 1977, later TD0007.  To civil registry as N143KC, later N134MR
				140732 to Uruguayan AF as 664
				140733 to MASDC as 4T0111 Mar 30, 1977, later TD0008
				140735 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 674
				140739 became N20783.
				140740 (MSN BG-74) to N14VY and on display at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, Alabama
				140741 (MSN BG-75) to Honduras AF as FAH 1604 in 1977.  Sold to N341RH
				140743 (MSN BG-77) to Honduras AF as FAH 1605.  WFU May 1998, sold to N172EA.  Current as N934RS.
				140746 to N96081
				140748 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 680
				140749 to civil registry as N21729
				140750 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 662
				140751 with Forestry Service, NC.
				140753 (MSN BG-87) to Colombian AF as FAC2306 and noted Feb 2015 with Parks Industries, Amarillo, Texas.
				140754 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 660
				140755 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  To N31368
				140756 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 683
				140758 to civil registry as N85993
				140760 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 670
				140761 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 661
				140766 registered N20869 November 1993
				140768 (MSN BG-102) to Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum.
				140769 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 671
				140776 to N2177H
				140781 to MASDC as 4T0113 Mar 30, 1977.  Later TD0009
				140784 (MSN BG-118) converted to YT-34C.  By Aug 1998 had become N190AC
				140790 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 671
				140794 to N2179R
				140795 registered N795FC November 1993.
				140796 (MSN BG-130) to Honduras AF as 1606.  WFU May 1998, sold to N50699
				140798 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  To N31367.  
				140800 became N21793.
				140802 (MSN BG-136) to Dominican Republic AF as 1607.  Sold in 2001 as N802HV.  Donated to Commemorative Air Force.
				140804 to MASDC as 4T0112 Mar 30, 1977.  Later TD0010  
				140805 became N87642.
				140806 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 684
				140808 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 681
				140810 (MSN BG-144) noted Sep 2003 at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, TX
				140813 (MSN BG-147) to civil registry as N7098U.  Noted Mar 2006 at
					National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				140814 to N16166 of NAS Meridian Flying Club
				140815 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 679
				140816 (MSN BG-150) noted on display at Naval Aviation Museum, NAS Pensacola, Florida Nov 1979
				140818 (MSN BG-152) to civil registry as N27681.  Noted Mar 2006 at
					National Museum of Naval Avaiation, Pensacola, FL
				140820 (MSN BG-154) to Spanish AF at E.17-21.  To Uruguayan AF as 644
				140824 (MSN BG-158) to Honduras AF as FAH 1608.  Sold to N174EA
				140830 became N1408N.
				140831 (MSN BG-165) to N134BD
				140832 (MSN BG-166) to Uruguayan AF as FAU 665.  Later registered as N24Z
				140835 registered as N134DR
				140838 to N91153 of NAS Willog Grove Flying Club
				140845 to MASDC as 4T0168 Mar 26, 1987. 
				140846 became N54768 February 1994.
				140847 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 667
				140848 (MSN BG-182) became N10346, then CF-KCW.
				140849 became N849MC.
				140851 (MSN BG-185) noted Feb 2015 stored with Parks Industries, Amarillo, Texas.
				140854 became N2188T
				140855 (MSN BG-189) became N855MC.
				140859 became N2191N
				140860 became N2192K
				140863 became N21970
				140865 to MASDC as 4T0105 Aug 29, 1975
				140868 (MSN BG-202) to civil registry as N45743.  Noted Mar 2006 at
					National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				140869 became N88796 April 1994.
				140870 to N2198X.  In 2011 was N20M.
				140872 became N8764T.
				140873 became N2747F
				140874 became N874MC.
				140875 to N85995
				140876 on tarmac behind National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
				140878 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 663
				140880 to MASDC as 4T0162 Oct 30, 1976
				140886 (MSN BG-220) to Honduras AF as FAH 1609 in 1977.  Crashed in 1986
				140887 to MASDC as 4T0158 Oct 30, 1976, later TD0011.
				140888 (MSN BG-222) to Uruguayan AF as FAU 675.  In Mar 2015 on display at Museo Aeronautico,
					Montevideo, Uruguay
				140889 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 676
				140890 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 669
				140891 to N81980
				140892 to N37986
				140900 (MSN BG-234) on civil register as N4945C
				140901 (MSN BG-235) to MASDC as 4T0154 Mar 30, 1977, later TD0012.  To civil registry as N45TB
				140905 became N58743.
				140907 became N84639 February 1994.
				140908 is N34NV, registration N134Y reserved Dec 20, 2004, taken up
					Apr 11, 2005.
				140909 to MASDC as 4T0160 Mar 30, 1977.  LAter TD0013
				140910 (MSN BG-244) to MASDC as 4T0107 Sep 25, 1975
				140911 became N54641 February 1994.
				140913 to N54654
				140916 became N87964.
				140920 (MSN BG-254) to civil registry as N74894.
				140921 became N34PR.
				140926 (MSN BG-260) became N8709S.  Noted Mar 2006 at National Museum
					of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				140927 to N91370
				140928 to N1870
				140929 (MSN BG-263) to civil registry as N7098C.  Noted Mar 2006 at
					National Musuem of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				140930 to N88994
				140931 (MSN BG-265) noted Sep 11, 2003 at Ropkey Armor Museum, Indianapolis, IN
				140932 to N46939
				140935 to N10338
				140937 to civil registry as N34KT as Beech D45.  Hit tree and crashed near Morrison, Florida Nov 5, 2011.  2 killed.
				140938 became N9334B.  In 2009 to Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, McMinnville, OR.
				140939 to N1008H
				140940 to N91072 with NAS Norfolk Flying Club
				140942 became N4028Y.
				140944 became N58687 February 1994.  Now N341MN, owned by Monterey Navy Flying Club.
				140945 to MASDC as 4T0086 Nov 1, 1970
				140946 (MSN BG-280) to MASDC as 4T0167 Aug 9, 1977.  To N4269A
				140947 to N544E
				140949 to MASDC as 4T0117 Jan 14, 1977, later TD0001.  To N4944C
				140950 to N96228.
				140953 to N1410Z
				140955 to N9131R
				140956 to N6367T.  ASN6367T, used in 1977 by US Navy Flying Club at NAS Rota, Spain
140957			Kellett KH-15  
				for ONR, test veh.
140958/140961		Sikorsky HRS-3
				140958 (MSN 55678) transferred to US Navy from USAF 52-7559 May 25, 1954.  Transferred to US Marine Corps
					Dec 20, 1954.  Back to US Navy Jul 1958.  W/o and SOC Sep 21, 1961.  Registred N6020H to Whisper Jet
					Aug 5, 1993, current.
				140959 (MSN 55679) transferred to US Navy from USAF 52-7560 May 25, 1954.  Transferred to US Marine Corps
					Dec 20, 1954.  Back to US Navy Jul 1958.  W/o and SOC Sep 21, 1961.
				140960 (MSN 55694) transferred to US Marine Corps from USAF 52-7565 May 25, 1954.  Fitted with Rocket-On-Rotor
					system with small rocket nozzles on the rotor tips. W/o and SOC Jul 1959.
				140961 (MSN 55698) transferred to US Navy from USAF 52-7569 May 25, 1954.
140962/140967		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962
				140962 (MSN 726-7064) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 13 Dec 55. Lockheed Burbank Dec 55-Feb 59; VP-23 Brunswick
					 Feb 59-Nov 60 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); VP-21 Brunswick Nov 60-Mar 62; VP-23 Brunswick Mar 62-Aug 63;
					 VP-21 Brunswick Aug 63-Oct 68; NAS Los Alamitos Oct 68-May 69.   Crashed just short of runway at NAS Los Alamitos, CA
					on May 4, 1969. Crew of 5 had nothing more than minor injuries.
				140963 (MSN 726-7065) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 14 Dec 55. NARF Jacksonville Dec 55-Jan 56; VP-11 Brunswick Jan 56-Feb 59; 
					NARF Alameda Feb 59-Aug 59; Lockheed Burbank Aug 59-Jan 60; VP-11 Brunswick Jan 60-Mar 62 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60);
					 NARF Norfolk Mar 62-Jun 62; VP-18 Jacksonville Jun 62-Nov 64; VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Nov 64-Sep 68; 
					NAS Glenview Sep 68-Aug 69; NARTU Memphis Aug 69-Sep 69; NAS Glenview Sep 69-Nov 70; 
					VP-60 Glenview Nov 70-Jan 74 [code LS-2]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 21Jan 74; SOC 29 Jul 74.  To N142DP Apr 2, 1986, 
					to N703AU Mar 1987.  To N702AU Aug 1987, to N90YY Dec 1988.  To Aero Union Corp Chico, CA  in 1990 as N716AU, 
					Tanker #16.  Slated to be destroyed, but registered to Bravo Airlines Oct 4, 2007.  Cancelled Jun 12, 2013.
				140964 (MSN 726-7066) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 28 Dec 55. NARF Jacksonville Jan 56; VP-11 Brunswick Jan 56-Feb 59; 
					NARF Alameda Feb 59-Jul 59; Lockheed Burbank Jul 59-Nov 59; NAS Alameda Nov 59-Dec 59; 
					VP-17 Whidbey Island Dec 59-Jul 62 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); VP-9 Alameda Jul 62-Jan 64; 
					NARF Alameda Jan 64-Feb 64; VP-1 Whidbey Island Feb 64-Apr 67; VP-17 Whidbey Island Apr 67-Aug 67; 
					NARF Alameda Aug 67-Dec 67; VP-1 Whidbey Island Dec 67-Mar 69.  Crashed into Pacific Ocean 475 mi west of Guam
					on or by Mar 1, 1969.  Crew rescued by liner "President Cleveland"
				140965 (MSN 726-7067) ) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 28 Dec 55. NARF Jacksonville Jan 56; VP-11 Brunswick Jan 56-Jut 58; 
					NARF Alameda Jul 58-Dec 58; Lockheed Burbank Dec 58-Apr 59; VP-21 Brunswick Apr 59-Mar 61 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60);
					 VP-56 Norfolk Mar 61-Aug.   Crashed with VP-56 at or near NAS Norfolk,
					VA on or by Aug 28, 1961.
				140966 (MSN 726-7068) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 29 Dec 55. NARF Alameda Jan 56-Feb 56. VP-2 Whidbey Island Feb 56-May 58; \
					VP-19 Alameda May 58-Jan 59; NARF Alameda Jan 59-Jun 59: Lockheed Burbank Jun 59-Oct 59; 
					VP-9 Alameda Oct 59-Feb 63 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60.  Port auxiliary jet engine caught fire
					shortly after takeoff from NAS Alameda Jan 7, 1963, attempted
					to return but became uncontrollable and ditched into San 
					Francisco Bay. Crew rescued safely, plane SOC Feb 1, 1963.
				140967 (MSN 726-7069) )     Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 30 Dec 55. NARF Alameda Jan 56-Feb 56; VP-2 Whidbey Island Feb 56-May 58; 
					VP-19 Alameda May 58-Jan 59; NARF Alameda Jan 59-May 59; Lockheed Burbank May 59-Nov 59; VP-9 Alameda Nov 59-Dec 63
					 (listed as P2V-/S from Jan 60). NARF Alameda Dec 63-Feb 64; VP-1 Whidbey Island Feb 64-Apr 67; 
					VP-17 Whidbey Island Apr 67-Nov 68; NAS Los Alamitos Nov 68-Nov 70; VP-65 Point Mugu Nov 70-May 73 [code PG-2]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 3 May 73: SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 18Sep86.
140968			Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				MSN 726-7070.  Model 726-45-14.  MAP deliivery for JMSDF as 4601.  Assembled in Japan by Kawasaki.
140969			Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				MSN 726-7071.  Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 13 Jan 56. NARF Alameda Jan 56-Mar 56; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Mar 56-Dec 57; VP-9 Alameda Dec 57-Dec 58; VP-2 Whidbey Island Dec 58-Jun 59;
					 VP-9 Alameda Jun 59-Jul 60; NARF Alameda Jul 60-Dec 60; Lockheed Burbank Dec 60-Jul 61 {P2V-7S conversion); 
					NADU South Weymouth Jul 61-Aug 61; NATC Patuxent River Aug 61-Oct 63; VP-17 Whidbey Island Oct 63-Dec 64; 
					VP-4 Barbers Point Dec 64-Jui 66; NARF Alameda Jul 66-Sep 66; VP-31 North Island Sep 66-Nov 69; 
					NAS New Orleans Nov 69; VP-94 New Orleans Nov 69-May 73 [code LZ-5]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 9 May 73; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 9Mar87
140970			Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				MSN 726-7072.  For JMSDF as 4602
140971/140972		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962
				140971 (MSN 726-7073) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 31 Jan 56. NARF Alameda Feb 56-Mar 55; VP-2 Whidbey Island Mar 56-Jun 59; 
					VP-9 Alameda Jun 59-Jun 60; NARF Alameda Jun 60-Nov 60; Lockheed Burbank Nov 60-Jan 61 (P2V-7S conversion); 
					NARF Alameda Jan 61-Feb 61; NAS Whidbey Island Feb 61-Jun 61; VP-1 Whidbey Island Jun 61-Jul 64; 
					NARF Alameda Jul 64-Dec B4; VP-17 Whidbey Island Dec 64-Sep 66; NARF Alameda Sep 66-Dec 66; 
					VP-42 Whidbey Island Dec 66-Sep 69; NAS South Weymouth Sep 69-Nov 70; VP-92 South Weymouth Nov 70-Oct 71 [code LY-7]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 17 Oct 71. SOC 16 Jan 73. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 5Mar87
				140972 (MSN 726-7074) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 31 Jan 56, NARF Alameda Feb 56-Mar 56: 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Mar 56-Jun 58; VP-19 Alameda Jun 58-Jan 59; NARF Alameda Jan 59-Jun 59; 
					Lockheed Burbank Jun 59-Oct 59; VP-11 Brunswick Oct 59-Mar 62 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-18 Jacksonville Mar 62-Jun 63; VP-21 Brunswick Jun 63-Jan 65; VP-23 Brunswick Jan 65-Aug 65: 
					NARF Norfolk Aug 65; VP-23 Brunswick Aug 65-Apr 69; VP-7 Jacksonville Apr 69-Jun 69;
					NARTU Jacksonville Jun 69-Nov 70; VP-62 Jacksonville Nov 70-Aug 71 [code LT-6]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 3 Aug 71; SOC 16 Jan 73.
					To Hawkins and Powers Jan 1990 as N2215G, later with Hawkins and Powers as N128HP 
					in outside storage.  Registered to Neptune Aviation Services Jan 8, 2007.  Current. 
140973			Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				MSN 726-7075.  Model 726-45-14.  MAP delivery for JMSDF as 4603.  Assembled in Japan by Kawasaki.  Returned to USA.
140974/140975		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962
				140974 (MSN 726-7076) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 3 Feb 56. NARF Alameda Feb 56-Mar 56; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Mar 56-Jun 59; VP-9 Alameda Jun 59-Apr 60; NARF Alameda Apr 60-Jul 60; 
					Lockheed Burbank Jul 60-Dec 60; VP-18 Jacksonville Dec 60-Jan 63 (listed as P2V-7S from Jul 60); 
					VP-56 Norfolk Jan 63-Jul 63; VP-21 Brunswick Jul 63-Feb 69; VP-7 Jacksonville Feb 69-Sep 69; 
					NARTU Jacksonville Sep 69-Nov 70; VP-62 Jacksonville Nov 70-Jul 71; VP-66 Willow Grove Jul 71-May 73 [code LV-3]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 23 May 73; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 4Sep86
				140975 (MSN 726-7077) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 15 Feb 56. NARF Alameda Feb 56-Mar 56; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Mar 56-Jui 58; VP-19 Alameda Jul 58-Jan 59; NARF Alameda Jan 59-May 59; 
					Lockheed Burbank May 59-Ocl 59; VP-11 Brunswick Oct 59-Apf 62 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-18 Jacksonville Apr 62-Nov 64; VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Nov 64-Sep 68: NAS Los Alamitos Sep 68-Nov 70; 
					VP-65 Point Mugu Nov 70-Apr 73 [code PG-4]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 24 Apr 73, SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 2Oct86
140976			Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				MSN 726-7078.  Model 726-45-14.  MAP delivery for JMSDF as 4604.  Assembled in Japan by Kawasaki. 
140977/140978		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962
				140977 (MSN 726-7079) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 23 Feb 56. NARF Alameda Mar 56-Apr 56; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Apr 56-Oct 58; damaged at Iwakuni, Japan 22 Oct 58; FASRON-120 Iwakuni Dec 58-Feb 59; 
					NARF Alameda Feb 59-Jun 60 (P2V-7S conversion); Lockheed Burbank Jun 60-Oct 60; 
					VP-23 Brunswick Oct 60-Jun 62; VP-21 Brunswick Jun 62-Sep 63; VP-30 Jacksonville Sep 63-Nov 68; 
					VP-23 Brunswick Nov 68-Jun 69; NAS Atlanta Jun 69-May 70; NAS South Weymouth May 70-Nov 70; 
					VP-92 South Weymouth Nov 70-May 72 [code LY-11]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 15 May 72; SOC 16 Jan 73. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 30Jun87
				140978 (MSN 726-7080) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 22 Feb 56. NARF Alameda Mar 56; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Mar 56-Jun 59; VP-9 Alameda Jun 59-Jul 60; NARF Alameda Jul 60-Nov 60;
					 Lockheed Burbank Nov 60-Mar 61 (P2V-7S conversion); VP-56 Norfolk Mar 61-Oct 63; 
					VP-24 Norfolk Oct 63-May 67; VP-21 Brunswick May 67-Nov 68; NAS New York Nov 68-Sep 70; 
					NAS Willow Grove Sep 70-Nov 70; VP-64 Willow Grove Nov 70-Aug 73; VP-65 Point Mugu Aug 73-Aug 74 [code PG-11]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 29 Aug 74; SOC 16 Aug 77. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 24Feb87
140979			Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				MSN 726-7081.  Model 726-45-14.  MAP delivery for JMSDF as 4605.  Assembled in Japan by Kawasaki.
140980			Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				MSN 726-7082.  Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 22 Feb 56. NARF Alameda Mar 56; VP-2 Whidbey Island Mar 56-Oct 59; 
					NARF Alameda Oct 59-Mar 60 (P2V-7S conversion); Lockheed Burbank Mar 60-May 60; 
					NAS Alameda May 60-Jun 60; VP-17 Whidbey Island Jun 60-Dec 63; VP-1 Whidbey Island Dec 63-Nov 65; 
					VP-4 Barbers Point Nov 65-May 66; VP-31 North Island May 66-Oct 69; NAS Los Alamitos Oct 69-Jan 70; 
					NARTU North Island Jan 70-Mar 71; VP-90 Glenview Mar 71-Feb 74 [code LX-9]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 5 Feb 74; SOC 29 Jul 1974.
					To Aerospace Products Aug 13, 1986 as N980AP.  To North American Warbirds Museum, Gibsonia,
					Pennsylvania Mar 1991.  To Aero Union Sep 15, 1994, registered Oct 19, 1944.  Registration
					cancelled Sep 22, 2005 as scrapped at Chino, CA.
140981			Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				MSN 726-7083.  Model 726-45-14.  MAP delivery for JMSDF as 4606.  Assembled in Japan by Kawasaki.
140982/140986		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962
				140982 (MSN 726-7084) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 22 Feb 56. Lockheed Burbank Feb 56-Apr 56; 
					NARF Alameda Apr 56-May 56; VP-2 Whidbey Island May 56-Oct 59; NARF Alameda Oct 59-Mar 60 (P2V-7S conversion); 
					Lockheed Burbank Mar 60-Jul 60, NARF Alameda Jul 60-Aug 60; VP-2 Whidbey Island Aug 60-May 61; 
					VP-1 Whidbey Island May 61 -Sep 61; VP-17 Whidbey Island Sep 61-Dec 61; 
					VP-46 North Island Dec 61-Jul 62; NARF Alameda Jul 62-Ocl 62; VP-17 Whidbey Island Oct 62-Oct 63; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Oct 63-Mar 66; VP-17 Whidbey Island Mar 66-Apr 67; VP-2 Whidbey Island Apr 67-Sep 69; 
					NAS Twin Cities Sep 69-Feb 70; NAS Glenview Feb 70-Nov 70; VP-90 Glenview Nov 70-Oct 71 [code LX-1]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 19 Oct 71; SOC 19 Aug 77. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 10Jul87
				140983 (MSN 726-7085) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 22 Feb 56. Lockheed Burbank Feb 56-Apr 56; 
					NATU Quonset Point Apr 56-Mar 59; NAS Quonset Point Mar 59-Jun 59; FASRON-106 Brunswick Jun 59-Jul 59; 
					VP-21 Brunswick Jul 59-Oct 59; VP-11 Brunswick Oct 59-Jun 60; VP-18 Jacksonville Jun 60; 
					VP-30 Jacksonville Jun 60-Ocl 60; NARF Alameda Oct 60-Aug 61; Lockheed Burbank Aug 61-Mar 62 (P2V-7S conversion); 
					NARF Norfolk Mar 62-May 62; VP-18 Jacksonville May 62-Nov 64; VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Nov 64-Sep 68; 
					NAS Olathe Sep 68-Jan 70; NARTU Memphis Jan 70-Nov 70; VP-67 Memphis Nov 70-May 73 [code PL-7]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 9 May 73; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 25Aug87
				140984 (MSN 726-7086) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 12 Apr 56. NARF Alameda Apr 56-May 56; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island May 56-Oct 59; NARF Alameda Oct 59-Mar 60 (P2V-7S conversion); 
					Lockheed Burbank Mar 60-Jul 60; VP-30 Jacksonville Jul 60-Nov 68; VP-23 Brunswick Nov 68-May 69; 
					NAS Atlanta May 69-Nov 70; VP-62 Det Atlanta Nov 70-Jun 72; 
					VP-69 Whidbey Island Jun 72-Jul 73 [code PJ-18]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB S Jul 73; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 25Apr87
				140985 (MSN 726-7087) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 24 Apr 56. NADC Johnsville May 56-Feb 57; 
					VP-11 Brunswick Feb 57-Aug 57; NADC Johnsville Aug 57-Feb 68 used for trials with Jezebel passive ASW system but presumably
					did not get full equipment fit per P2V-7S/SP-2H.  TO MASDC Feb 13 1968, SOC Nov 6, 1968.
				140986 (MSN 726-7088) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 25 Apr 56. NARF Jacksonville May 56; VP-11 Brunswick May 56-Jul 59; 
					NARF Alameda Jul 59-Dec 59; Lockheed Burbank Dec 59-Apr 60 (P2V-7S conversion); VP-18 Jacksonville Apr 60-Feb 63; 
					VP-30 Jacksonville Feb 63-Oct 68; NAS Brunswick Oct 68-May 72; DCASR Boston May 72-Aug 72; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 25 Aug 72; SOC 19 Aug 77. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 17Feb87.
140987/140992		Beech SNB-5 
				Army AT-7s transferred to CAA in 1946, then returned to Beech for remanufacture for Navy as SNB-5. Redesignated
					UC-45J in 1962.  
				140987 (MSN N-1139) originally 41-21097 MSN 1112).  To South Georgia Technical College, Americus-Souther Field, 
					Georgia as N3752.
				140988 (originally 42-43483 MSN 4225)  To N9494 with Geo T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, FL	
				140989 (originally 43-33528 MSN 6063).  To N40989.
				140990 (originally 43-33624 MSN 6255, N177 with CAA)  To N9404 wit Northwestern Michigan College, Traverse
					City, Michigan in 1969 as instructional airframe
				140991 (MSN N1143?) was originally C-45 40-188 (MSN 372).  To Miami Dade Junior College as N931MD in 1969.  Later
					to George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, FL, cancelled Oct 10, 1980
				140992 (MSN N1143?) was originally F-2 40-694 (MSN 352)			
140993/141028		Convair R4Y-1 
				Navy version of commercial CV-340.  Designation changed to C-131F in 1962.  MASDC transfers and dates from www.amarcexperience.com
				140993 (MSN 276) to MASDC as 1G006 Jul 29, 1980.  Registered as N398Y Jul 1983.  Converted to CV 580 as N14094, 
					then C-FKFS for Kelowna BC/Calgary/Edmonton then as N5800 for conversion again to CV-5800F for Kelowna as C-FKFS, 
					then as N381FL to be operated by Contract Air Cargo of Sugar Grove, IL
				140994 (MSN 277) converted to VC-131F.  To AMARC as 1G029 Sep 11, 1986.   To civilian registry 
					as N14094 with conversion to CV-8500F.  To Kelowna Flightcraft Air Charter of Kelowna, British Columbia 
					as C-FKFS Nov 2001.  Registered to Air Freight of New Zealand Oct 21, 2004
					as ZK-KFS.
				140995 (MSN 278) to MASDC as 1G002 May 8, 1980.  Converted to CV-5800F to N8256M, then C-FNLY, C-GKFD for Kelowna
					BC/Calgary/Edmonton, then as N391FL operated by Contract Air Cargo of Sugar Grove, IL
				140996 (MSN 279) to AMARC as 1G0024 Feb 11, 1986.  To DMI Aviation as N5248N.  
					Stored at Kelowna, BC Feb 2002.
				140997 (MSN 280) redesignated C-131F Sep 18, 1962.  WFU and stored at
					MASDC Dec 14, 1980 as 1G008.  Sold to Hamilton Aviation,
					Tucson, AZ for scrap.  
				140998 (MSN 281) to MASDC as 1G011 Apr 28, 1982.  Registered N524 Nov 1992.  Registration N5249W cancelled.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				140999 (MSN 282) delivered to U. S. Navy Oct 19, 1955.  In 1962 redesignated VC-131F, WFU & stored Davis Monthan 
					AFB, AZ Apr 1984.  Transferred/allocated Nov 1992 to National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola as N14099. 
					Seco Aviation Company bought Aug 1993. Tenn GA Leasing Inc. bought Jul 1994. Robinson Air Crane Inc. bought 
					Feb 11, 1997. Super Shrimp SA (Standard Seafood de Venezuela C.A.) bought Dec 24, 1997, Re-Registered as 
					P4-SSG May 12, 1998 (in Aruba) named "El Generalito". Jet Sales International bought Apr 13, 1999 reg. N8277Q. 
					WFU & stored Fort Lauderdale, FL Apr 1999. World Jet Inc. bought Feb 14, 2000. Kestrel Inc. boubht Jul 7, 2002. 
					Operated by Tiger Contract Cargo, damaged Jan 16, 2011 in an emergency landing Cyril E. King Airport, 
					St Thomas in the Virgin Islands after an engine fire.
				141000 (MSN 283) to MASDC as 1G004 Oct 25, 1979.  To civil registry as N866TA Feb 1991.  Registered as CV-640 
					(8/13/2001) N866TA to J & R Aircraft Leasing of Columbus, IN Converted from CV-240-27 (N152JR). (02/15/2002)
				141001 (MSN 284) redesignated C-131F Sep 18, 1962.  To MASDC Feb 24, 1986
					as 1G0025.  Registered to National Museum of Naval Aviation as N5251B Nov 1992.
					Bought by Trans-Air-Link Corp Oct 1993, re-registered to 
					Trans-Air-Link Corp as N820TA Jan 26, 1994.  Bought by
					Rhoades International, Inc in Jan 1995 and registered as N157JR.
					Leased by Air Resort Airlines Jul 1996.  Returned Oct 1996 and 
					bought by J & R Aircraft Leasing LLC Feb 2000 and leased it
					to Rhoades International, Inc.  Reported sold Oct 2007 to owner
					in Canada
				141002 (MSN 285) redesignated C-131F Sep 18, 1962.  WFU and stored Sep 1981 at
					MASDC.  Other sources indicate derelict at Alverca, Portugal in 1984.
				141003 (MSN 286) to MASDC as 1G012 May 21, 1982.  Registered to National Museum of Naval Aviation as N14100 Nov 1992.
					Registration N14100 cancelled.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				141004 (MSN 287) to MASDC as 1G013 Jul 19, 1982.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				141005 (MSN 288) to NAF Patuxent River by Nov 1955.   To MASDC as 1G0007 Nov 25, 1980.  To civil registry 
					as N9767Y Clifford R. Everts, Everts Airfuel, Alaska, registered Dec 9, 1999.  To DMI Aviation, Tucson, AZ and scrapped
				141006 (MSN 289) assigned to NAS Bermuda Feb 1974-Jul 1981.  To MASDC as 1G0014 Jul 28, 1982.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jul 1, 2008
				141007 (MSN 290) to MASDC as 1G018 Mar 16, 1983.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				141008 (MSN 291) assigned to NAS Bermuda Jan 1981-Aug 1986.  To MASDC as 1G0028 Aug 29, 1986. 
					To civil registry as N8149H, converted to mosquito sprayer at Beaufort, SC for Beaufort County
				141009 (MSN 292) to MASDC as 1G023 Jan 27, 1986.  To civil registry as N8149P, converted to mosquito sprayer at
					Beaufort, SC for Beaufort County
				141010 (MSN 293) crashed St Johns River, FL Apr 30, 1983 after engine fire on flight from
					Jacksonville NAS to Guantanamo Bay.  14 killed.
				141011 (MSN 294) to MASDC as 1G015 Oct 2, 1981.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  To conractor Jan 11, 2012.
				141012 (MSN 295) redesignated C-131F Sep 18, 1962.  Crashed at MCAS
					El Toro, CA Sep 26, 1975.  Four of six onboard killed.
				141013 (MSN 296) to MASDC as 1G0010 Mar 3, 1981.  Registered May 26, 2004 to Yanks
					Air Museum, Balwin Park, CA as N9030V
				141014 (MSN 297) to MASDC Mar 1981.
				141015 (MSN 298) to MASDC in 1981.  On display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				141016 (MSN 299) to MASDC as 1G022 Feb 14, 1985.  Now preserved on VIP Row at AMARC.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				141017 (MSN 300) to MASDC as 1G030 Sep 25, 1986.  Seen on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ Jan 1999.  
					Still there.
				141018 (MSN 301) to MASDC as 1G031 Sep 29, 1986.  To civil registry as N4444F, converted to mosquito sprayer at
					Beaufort, SC for Beaufort County
				141019 (MSN 302) to MASDC as 1G003 Jun 15, 1976.  Sold to Allied
					Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ Mar 17, 1983
				141020 (MSN 303) to MASDC as 1G017 Feg 17, 1983.  To civil registry as N2409R, Cliffort R. Everts, Everts Airfuel, Alaska
				141021 (MSN 304) to civil registry as N153PA for Air Tahoma Feb 28, 1991 (CV-240-27)
					Also listed as having crashed at NAS Pensacola 1982/83 after
					being blown off the runway by a severe crosswind.  Nose gear
					sheared off, one engine torn off, the other engine damage.  Hulk
					was cut up.
				141022 (MSN 305) to MASDC as 1G009 Feb 24, 1981.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				141023 (MSN 306) to MASDC as MB0005 Jun 2, 1986, was formerly 1G026.  Reported sold as N2300G
				141024 (MSN 307) converted to EC-131G.  To MASDC as 1G005 Nov 19, 1979.
				141025 (MSN 308) to MASDC as 1G0020 Sep 18, 1984.  In storage area at Pima Air and Space Museum Mar 2002.  Has shown
					up for sale on eBay 2006.  Sold to Historical Aircraft Restoration Society.
					Registration N3400V reserved Oct 15, 2007.
				141026 (MSN 309) to MASDC as 1G001 May 14, 1975, to CS0062.  To civil registry as N5594M Apr 2, 1980, cvancelled
					Apr 1992.   Converted to CV-580 and delivered as C-FNLZ for Kelowna
					of Calgary, BC, Canaga.  Later registered as C-FMKF.  Nest operated by
					Contract Air Cargo of Pontiac, MI as N371FL.
				141027 (MSN 310) to MASDC Jun 1980 
				141028 (MSN 311) to MASDC as 1G016 Jul 27, 1982.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  To contractor Jan 13, 2012
141029			Sikorsky HRS-3 
				(MSN 55731) transferred from USAF 52-7584 to US Marine Corps Jun 1954.  Transferred to US Navy Aug 1961.
					Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona Feb 1964.  Returned to service Nov 1965.  SOC Sep 5, 1967.
141030/141229		Grumman F9F-8 Cougar
				Model G-99.  Redesignated F-9J in 1962
				141050 to NAF R&D China Lake by Apr 1956
				141058 noted Dec 2007 with Historic Aviation Memorial Museum, Tyler, Texas.
				141065 crashed into Pacific Ocean off Southern California in mid 1960s, pilot ejected and survived.
				141068 assigned to VF-81 with US Navy at Andrews AFB, MD in Sep 1955
				141086 to NAF China Lake by Sep 1956
				141117 at USS Intrepid Museum, NY.
				141121 (MSN 368C) to MASDC as 3F0157 Apr 23, 1970.  At Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson AZ.
				141124 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				141136 on display at USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA. However, the plane with this serial number is actually a Panther. 
				141152 on display at Korean Aerospace Industry Aerospace Museum, Sacheon AFB.
				141171 (VA-76) crashed into sea after aborted catapult launch from USS Intrepid
					(CVA-11) Jun 11, 1958.  Aircraft disintegrated upon impact and pilot was killed.
				141187 converted to QF-9J. SOC Jun 23, 1967.
				141188 converted to QF-9J. SOC May 2, 1967.
				141193 converted to QF-9J. SOC Nov 18, 1969.
				141194 converted to QF-9J. Expended at China Lake, CA May 27, 1968.  SOC Jul 2, 1968.
				141195 converted to QF-9J. SOC Dec 6, 1972.
				141200 converted to QF-9J. SOC May 2, 1967
				141201 converted to QF-9J. SOC May 12, 1967.
				141203 converted to QF-9J. SOC Jun 6, 1973.
				141218 converted to QF-9J. SOC Jun 7, 1973.
				141223 converted to QF-9J. SOC Feb 3, 1967.
141230			Sikorsky HRS-3 
				MSN 55732 transferred to US Marine Corps from USAF 52-7585 Jul 2, 1954.  To Royal Khmer AF Jan 21, 1963 under
					MAP  
141231/141232		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962.
				141231 (MSN 726-7103) was allocated to CIA on production line and serialed (on paper only) as 54-4042.
					Returned to US Navy. Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 30 Nov 56. NARF Alameda Dec 56-Feb 57; FASRON-116 Alameda Feb 57-May 58; 
					VP-19 Alameda May 58-Mar 60; NARF Alameda Mar 60-Jun 60; Lockheed Burbank Jun 60-Nov 60 (P2V-7S conversion); 
					VP-23 Brunswick Nov 60-Jul 62; VP-21 Brunswick Jul 62-Nov 69; NAS New Orleans Nov 69-Dec 70; VP-94 New Orleans Dec 70-Sep 73; 
					NARF Jacksonville Sep 73; SOC 6 Sep 73.
				141232 (MSN 726-7104) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 31 Oct 56. Lockheed Burbank Oct 56-Jun 57; 
					FASRON-109 Jacksonville Jun S7-Sep 57; VP-23 Brunswick Sep 57-May 59; NARF Alameda May 59-Oct 59; 
					Lockheed Burbank Oct 59-Feb 60 (P2V-7S conversion); NARF Alameda Feb 60-Mar 60; 
					VP-17 Whidbey Island Mar 60-Feb 62, VP-2 Whidbey island Feb 62-Apr 62; VP-17 Whidbey Island Apr 62; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Apr 62-Sep 63; NARF Alameda Sep 63-Jan 64, VP-28 Barbers Point Jan 64-Nov 64; 
					VP-4 Barbers Point Nov 64-Jan 65; VP-2 Whidbey Island Jan 65-Mar 67; VP-42 Whidbey Island Mar 67-Jan 69; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Jan 69-Sep 69; NAS Twin Cities Sep 69-Mar 70; NARTU North Island Mar 70-Ocl 70; 
					NAS Los Alamitos Oct 70-Nov 70; VP-65 Point Mugu Nov 70-May 73 [code PG-1]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 3 May 73; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 4May87
141233			Lockheed P2V-7U Neptune
				MSN 726-7105.  Allocated to CIA on production line as P2V-72, handed over (on
					paper only) to USAF as 54-4041.  To Taiwan.  Shot down Jun 19, 1963.
141234/141243		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962.
				141234 (MSN 726-7106) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 9 Nov 56, Lockheed Burbank Nov 56-May 57; 
					FAS RON-109 Jacksonville May 57-Jul 57; VP-18 Jacksonville Jul 57-Mar 60; NARF Alameda Mar 60-Jun 60; 
					Lockheed Burbank Jun 60-Nov 60 (P2V-7S conversion); VP-23 Brunswick Nov 60-Sep 64; NARF Norfolk Sep 64-Dec65; 
					VP-23 Brunswick Dec 65-May 66; VP-11 Brunswick May 66-Nov 66; NARF Norfolk Nov 66-Mar 67; 
					VP-7 Jacksonville Mar 67-Oct 68; NAS Los Alamitos Oct 68-Nov 70; VP-65 Point Mugu Nov 70-Oct 74; 
					NARF Pensacola Oct 74-Nov 74; SOC 4 Nov 74  and now at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				141235 (MSN 726-7107) ) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 30 Nov 56r Lockheed Burbank Nov 56-Jan 57; 
					FASRON-1Q8 Brunswick Jan 57-Apr 57; VP-23 Brunswick Apr 57-Apr 59; NARF Alameda Apr 59-Sep 59; 
					Lockheed Burbank Sep 59-Jan 60; VP-24 Norfolk Jan 60-Oct 63 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-56 Norfolk Oct 63-May 68; VP-21 Brunswick May 68-Sep 68; NAS Glenview Sep 68-Nov 70; 
					VP-90 Glenview Nov 70-May 73 [code LX-10]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 10 May 73; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 16Apr87
				141236 (MSN 726-7108) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 24 Dec 56. NARF Alameda Dec 56-Feb 57; 
					FASRON-110 North Island Feb 57-Apr 58; VP-19 Alameda Apr 58-Dec 59; NARF Alameda Dec 59-Apr 60 (P2V-7S conversion); 
					Lockheed Burbank Apr 60-Aug 60; NARF Alameda Aug 60-Sep 60; VP-1 Whidbey Island Sep 60-Dec 61; 
					VP-46 North Island Dec 61-Oct 62; VP-4 Naha Oct 62-May 64, VP-4 Barbers Point May 64-Apr 66; 
					NARF Alameda Apr 66-Jul 66; VP-17 Whidbey Island Jul 66-Apr 67; VP-1 Whidbey Island Apr 67-Jan 68; 
					VP-31 North Island Jan 68-May 68; NARF Alameda May 68; Lockheed Burbank May 68-Aug 68 (listed as AP-2H 
					from 21 May 68 but did not see service with VAH-21); SOC 16 Aug 68.
				141237 (MSN 726-7109) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 28 Dec 56. NARF Alameda Jan 57-Feb 57; 
					FASRON-112 Whidbey Island Feb 57-May 58; VP-2 Whidbey Island May 58-Oct 59; 
					NARF Alameda Oct 59-Feb 60 (P2V-7S conversion); Lockheed Burbank Feb 60-Jun 60; 
					VP-11 Brunswick Jun 60-Jan 67; VP-7 Jacksonville Jan 67-Aug 69; NAS Atlanta Aug 69-Jul 70; 
					NAS South Weymouth Jul 70; NARTU Washington Jul 70-Aug 70; NAS South Weymouth Aug 70-Sep 70; 
					NAS Atlanta Sep 70; NAS Willow Grove Sep 70-Oct 70; NAS Dallas Oct 70; NAS Atlanta Oct 70-Nov 70; 
					VP-62 Det Atlanta Nov 70-Oct 71; VP-69 Whidbey Island Oct 71; VP-62 Det Atlanta Oct 71-Feb 72; 
					VP-64 Willow Grove Feb 72-May 73; VP-90 Glenview May 73-Feb 74 [code LX-8]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 8 Feb 74; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 10Dec86
				141238 (MSN 726-7110) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 21 Jan 57. FASRON-109 Jacksonville Feb 57; 
					VP-18 Jacksonville Feb 57-May 60; NARF Alameda May 60-Sep 60; 
					Lockheed Burbank Sep 60-Jan 61 (P2V-7S conversion); VP-23 Brunswick Jan 61-Sep 64; 
					NARF Norfolk Sep 64-May 65; VP-23 Brunswick May 65-Nov 66; VP-56 Norfolk Nov 66-Jun 68; 
					NARF Norfolk Jun 68-Oct 68; NAS Los Alamitos Oct 68-Nov 70; VP-65 Point Mugu Nov 70-Feb 74 [code PG-12]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 5 Feb 74; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 18Dec86
				141239 (MSN 726-7111) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 31 Jan 57. 
					FASRON-109 Jacksonville Feb 57-May 57; VP-18 Jacksonville May 57-May 60; NARF Alameda May 60-Aug 60;
				 	Lockheed Burbank Aug 60-Jan 61 (P2V-7S conversion); VP-21 Brunswick Jan 61-Feb 63; VP-23 Brunswick Feb 63-May 69; 
					NARTU Jacksonville May 69-Nov 70; VP-62 Jacksonville Nov 70-Dec 70; VP-60 Glenview Dec 70-Jan 74 [code LS-11]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 14 Jan 74; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 13Mar87
				141240 (MSN 726-7112) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 14 Feb 57. FASRON-109 Jacksonville Feb 57-Jun 57; 
					VP-18 Jacksonville Jun 57-May 59; NARF Alameda May 59-Oct 59; Lockheed Burbank Oct 59-Feb 60 (P2V-7S conversion); 
					NARF Alameda Feb 60-Mar 60; VP-17 Whidbey Island Mar 60-Feb 64; NARF Alameda Feb 64-May 64; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island May 64-Feb 67; VP-1 Whidbey Island Feb 67-Jun 66; NARF Alameda Jun 68; 
					Lockheed Burbank Jun 68-Sep 68 (listed as AP-2H from 28 Jun 68 but did not see service with VAH-21);
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 18 Sep 68; SOC 10 May 69. To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ, 16May75
				141241 (MSN 726-7113) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 28 Feb 57. FASRON-109 Jacksonville Mar 57-Jul 57; VP-18 Jacksonville Jul 57-Apr 59;
					 NARF Alameda Apr 59-Oct 59; Lockheed Burbank Oct 59-Jan 60: VP-24 Norfolk Jan 60-Mar 62 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					NARF Norfolk Mar 62-Jun 62; VP-24 Norfolk Jun 62-Nov 63; NARF Norfolk Nov 63-Mar 64, VP-30 Jacksonville Mar 64-Jul 64; 
					VP-23 Brunswick Jul 64-May 69; NARTU Jacksonville May 69-Nov 70; VP-62 Jacksonville Nov 70-Jul 71 [code LT-4]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 26 Jul 71; SOC 16 Jan 73. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 3Sep86
				141242 (MSN 726-7114) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 1 Mar 57 Lockheed Burbank Mar-Apr 57; NARF Norfolk Apr 57-Aug 57; 
					VP-18 Jacksonville Aug 57-Apr59; NARF Alameda Apr 59-Nov  59;  Lockheed  Burbank  Nov 59-Feb 60  (P2V-7S conversion); 
					VP-24 Norfolk Feb 60-Jul 62; VP-21 Brunswick Jul 62-Aug 69; NARTU Jacksonville Aug 69-Nov 70; VP-62 Jacksonville Nov 70-Jul 71; 
					VP-92 South Weymouth Jul 71-Jun 73; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 4 Jun 73; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 17Apr87
				141243 (MSN 726-7115) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 1 Mar 57. NARF Norfolk Mar 57-Apr 57; FASRON-102 Norfolk Apr 57-May 57; 
					VP-18 Jacksonville May 57-Jun 60; NARF Alameda Jun 60-Oct 60; Lockheed Burbank Oct 60-Feb 61 (P2V-7S conversion); 
					VP-21 Brunswick Feb 61-Mar 63; VP-23 Brunswick Mar 63-Sep 63; VP-11 Brunswick Sep 63-Aug 64; NARF Norfolk Aug 64-Feb 65; 
					VP-11 Brunswick Feb 65-Nov 66; NARF Norfolk Nov 66-Mar 67; VP-7 Jacksonville Mar 67-Sep 68; NAS Los Alamitos Sep 68-Apr 70; 
					NARTU Alameda Apr 70-Sep 70; NAS Glenview Sep 70-Nov 70; VP-90 Glenview Nov 70-Jul 71; VP-92 South Weymouth Jul 71-Aug 71; 
					VP-94 New Orleans Aug 71-Sep 71; VP-62 Del Atlanta Sep 71-Oct 71; VP-69 Whidbey Island Oct 71; VP-90 Glenview Oct 71-Feb 74 [code LX-3]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 14 Feb 74; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 9Jan87
141244/141245		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				MSN 726-7116/7.  Model726-45-14.  MAP delivery to JMSDF as 4607/4608.  Assembled in Japan by Kawasaki
141246/141251		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962.
				141246 (MSN 726-7118) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 30 Apr 57. NABF Norfolk May 57-Jtin 57; FASRON-102 Norfolk Jun 57-Jul 57;
					 FASRON-109 Jacksonville Jul 57; VP-18 Jacksonville Jul 57-Aug 59; NARF Alameda Aug 59-Dec 59;
					 Lockheed Burbank Dec 59-Apr 60 (P2V-7S conversion); VP-18 Jacksonville Apr 60-Aug 64; VP-23 Brunswick Aug 64-Jun 65; 
					no inventory entries after 29 Jun 65 when still current with VP-23.  Believed to
					have crashed on landing sometime in 1966 while still with VP-23
				141247 (MSN 726-7119) ) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 20 May 57. NARF Norfolk May 57-Jun 57; 
					FASRON-102 Norfolk Jun 57-Jul 57; FASRON-109 Jacksonville Jul 57; VP-18 Jacksonville Jul 57-Jun 59; 
					NARF Alameda Jun 59-Oct 59; Lockheed Burbank Oct 59-Feb 60 (P2V-7S conversion); NARF Alameda Feb 60-Mar 60; 
					VP-17 Whidbey Island Mar 60-Aug 62; VP-2 Whidbey Island Aug 62-Oct 63; VP-17 Whidbey Island Oct 63-Feb 64; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Feb 64-Sep 65; VP-1 Whidbey Island Sep 65-Oct 65; VP-4 Barbers Point Oct 65-Jun 66;
					 VP-42 Whidbey Island Jun 66-Mar 68; VP-31 North Island Mar 68-May 66; NARF Norfolk May 68-Sep 68; 
					NAS New York Sep 68-Sep 70; NAS Willow Grove Sep 70-Nov 70; VP-66 Willow Grove Nov 70-May 73; 
					VP-60 Glenview May 73-Jan 74 [code LS-10]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 14 Jan 74; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 23Jun87
				141248 (MSN 726-7120) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 31 May 57. NARF Norfolk Jun 57; 
					FASRON-102 Norfolk Jun 57-Sep 57; FASRON-108 Brunswick Sep 57-Nov 57; VP-23 Brunswick Nov 57-Jan 60; 
					NARF Alameda Jan 60-May 60; Lockheed Burbank May 60-Sep 60 (P2V-7S conversion); 
					VP-30 Jacksonville Sep 60-Jun 63; VP-56 Norfolk Jun 63-Mar 66; VP-21 Brunswick Mar 66-Sep 68; 
					NAS Olathe Sep 68; Aero Corp Lake City Sep 68; NAS Olathe Sep 68-Jan 70; NARTU Memphis Jan 70-Nov 70; 
					VP-67 Memphis Nov 70-May 71 [code PL-10]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 14 May 71; SOC 16 Jan 73.
				141249 (MSN 726-7121) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 14 Jun 57. NARF Norfolk Jun 57-Jul 57; 
					FASRON-102 Norfolk Jul 57-Aug 57; VP-11 Brunswick Aug 57-Oct 59, NARF Norfolk Oct 59-Nov 59; 
					NARF Alameda Nov 59-Apr 60; Lockheed Burbank Apr 60-Aug 60 (P2V-7S conversion); 
					NARF Alameda Aug 60-Oct 60; VP-19 Alameda Oct 60-Nov 61; VP-46 North Island Nov 61-Jun 62; 
					NARF Alameda Jun 62-Aug 62; VP-17 Whidbey Island Aug 62-Dec 63; VP-1 Whidbey Island Dec 63-Jun 65; 
					VP-17 Whidbey Island Jun 65-Jun 68; NARF Norfolk Jun 08-Nov 69; NAS New York Nov 69-Sep 70; 
					NAS Willow Grove Sep 70-Nov 70; VP-64 Willow Grove Nov 70-Apr 73; VP-90 Glenview Apr 73-Jan 74 [code LX-10]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 19 Jan 74; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 19May8
				141250 (MSN 726-7122)  Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 27 Jun 57. Lockheed Burbank Jun 57-Aug 57; 
					FASRON-108 Brunswick Aug 57-Nov 57; VP-23 Brunswick Nov 57-Jan 60; NARF Alameda Jan 60-Apr 60; 
					Lockheed Burbank Apr 60-Sep 60 (P2V-7S conversion); VP-21 Brunswick Sep 60-Jut 63; 
					VP-23 Brunswick Jul 63-Oct 68; NAS Brunswick Oct 68-Jul 70; NAS South Weymouth Jul 70-Nov 70; 
					VP-92 South Weymouth Nov 70-May 73.  Crashed with
					VP-92 at or near NAS South Weymouth, MA on or by Apr 2, 1973, SOC May 11, 1973.
				141251 (MSN 726-7123) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 24 Jul 57; Lockheed Burbank Jul 57-Oct 58; 
					VX-1 Key West Oct 58-Jul 61 (listed as P2V-7S from Mar 60); VP-30 Jacksonville Jul 61-Ocl 63; 
					VP-24 Norfolk Oct 63-Apr 67; VP-30 Jacksonville Apr 67-Dec 67, 
					VP-7 Jacksonville Dec 67-Sep 68; NAS Los Alamitos Sep 68-Nov 70; VP-65 Point Mugu Nov 70-Feb 72; 
					DCASO Brownsville Feb 72-Oct 72; VP-65 Point Mugu Oct 72-Feb 74 [code PG-7]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 5 Feb 74; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 10Dec86
141252/141260		Martin P5M-2 Marlin
				141259,141260 cancelled
				141258 assigned to VP-49, coded LP-9 at NOB Bermuda
141261/141288		Grumman UF-1 Albatross
				Model G-64.  Redesignated HU-16C in 1962.
				141261 (MSN 408) to MASDC as 1U0028 Aug 12, 1968.  To N13598 Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ Aug 21, 1981. 
					To Westernair of Albuquerque, Albuquerque NM Oct 6, 1981, expired Dec 31, 2012. Stored unconverted, Tucson AZ.
				141262 (MSN 409) to MASDC as 1U0019 Sep 19, 1967.  Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/ behalf of Grumman 
					Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 10, 1981.  To N7025N Air Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL 1.89. To Island 
					Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Feb 1989. To South Florida Aviation Investments, Opa Locka FL 3.93.  To
					Urbano M. “Bill” daSilva, Tecumseh MI Mar 1994.  Damaged August 2, 1994 when the aircraft collided with a 
					moored boat during water taxi operation in the north cove of St. Helena's Island, near St. Ignace, Michigan. 
					The airplane received minor damage, and the pilot, co-pilot, and seven airplane passengers reported no injuries. 	
					Two adults and a 4 year old child received minor injuries when they abandoned the boat immediately prior 
					to the collision. One child, age 6, remained aboard the boat and received fatal injuries. The boat was 
					damaged beyond economical repair. Post accident investigation revealed the left propeller assembly did 
					not transition into reverse pitch when selected; the problem existed within the left propeller dome assembly. 
					Visited Italy & Germany Aug 1998, Britain Jun 2000, and Britain again Jun 2002, ret. to USA Jun 2003. 
					To Urbano M. “Bill” daSilva / Sea & Air Adventures, Carson City NV registered Dec 29, 2004, current. 
					N7025N flew earthquake relief medical team to remote parts of Haiti on Jan 23, 2010 and again Feb 4, 2010
				141263 (MSN 410)
				141264 (MSN 411)
				141265 (MSN 412) to MASDC as 1U0021 Nov 2, 1967. To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/ behalf of Grumman 
					Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 9, 1981.  To N7025V Air Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL Jan 1989.  To Island 
					Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Feb 1989.  To South Florida Aviation Investments, Opa Locka FL Mar 1993. 
					To Dennis G. Buehn, Carson City FL Apr 26, 1996. To Susan Mckenzie & Everett Ellingson 1996. 
					To Gulf Trading Group Inc, Carson City NV Nov 1997.  To N265ES Gulf Trading Group Inc, Hallandale FL, 
					registered Jun 25, 1998.  To James W. Doane, Scottsdale AZ Aug 2, 2006, current.
				141266 (MSN 413) Was last operational HU-16.  At one time was on display at National Naval Aviation Museum, 
					Pensacola, FL, stored there 1977/1982.  Registered N693S Jan 14, 1980.  To Smithsonian Institution, 
					Washington DC Jan 1980; coral reef research project from Miami FL, & geological survey of Labrador coast. 
					To EAA Museum, Lakeland FL: displayed 1988-94.  Seen Nov 1996 at Florida Air Museum, Lackland, Florida
					To US Navy, Washington DC: USCR 1.2003-2013. Displayed at Loews Royal Pacific Resort hotel, Universal
					Studios, Orlando FL; on small lake with “Royal Pacific Airways” titles. N693S expired 30Sep13.
				141267 (MSN 414)
				141268 (MSN 415)
				141269 (MSN 416)
				141270 (MSN 417) to MASDC as 1U0035 Dec 30,1969.  Assigned to FASRON 111 at NAS Bermuda in 1956.  Sold to Mexican Navy
				141271 (MSN 418) to MASDC as 1U0022 Nov 8, 1967.  Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman 
					Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Feb 17, 1981. To N70258 Air Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL Jan 1989. Island 
					Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Apr 1989.  To South Florida Aviation Investments, Opa Locka FL Mar 1993. 
					To Dennis G. Buehn, Carson City NV Mar 26, 1996.  To John Russell/ Corsair Aviation Holdings, Fort 
					Pierce FL registered Jul 27, 1999. Operated by BuccanAer Tours, named “Arizona Mermaid”, based 
					in Caribbean.  Crashed and destroyed after takeoff at Fort Pierce FL Sep 25, 2003. During climb-out 
					from runway 09 at an altitude of approximately 500 feet the right engine warning red magnetic 
					chip detector light illuminated. The pilot decided to shut down the right engine and return to 
					the airport. Shortly after making that decision the left engine began to lose power. The airplane was 
					unable to maintain altitude, and the pilot prepared to make an off-airport emergency landing in a 
					field. The airplane collided with the trees as the pilot maneuvered for the emergency landing. 
					Examination of the airframe, and flight controls revealed no anomalies. Examination of the left 
					and right engine revealed no mechanical anomalies. Examination of cockpit fuel selector controls 
					revealed that the left engine fuel selector handle was in the off position and the right engine 
					fuel selector handle was set in the left tank position. During the in-flight engine secure procedures 
					the pilot is required to place the inoperative engine fuel selector in the off position.
				141272 (MSN 419)
				141273 (MSN 420) sold to Mexican Navy
				141274 (MSN 421) to MASDC as 1U0048 Jul 30, 1970.  Sold to Mexican Navy
				141275 (MSN 422)
				141276 (MSN 423) loaned to Icelandic Coast Guard as 1276 and delivered Jan 9, 1969.  Returned to US
					Navy Mar 6, 1969.; to MASDC as 1U0049 Sep 9, 1970.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of 
					Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 4, 1981. Rick Grant, Oakland CA Oct 1987, who planned to
					restore it.  To N43155 with Grant 
					Engineering, Richmond CA, registered May 13, 1991, cancelled Sep 28, 2013. 
				141277 (MSN 424)
				141278 (MSN 425) to MASDC as 1U0034 Dec 10, 1969, in 1988 was stored at AMARC as HP0084, believed for 
					the Smithsonian.  To Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC 1988 (remained stored Davis-Monthan AFB AZ 1988/93).
					To N20861 Ascher Ward, Van Nuys CA Nov 1993.  To Flying Boat Inc, Fort Lauderdale FL Jan 1994.  To United 
					Capital Corp, Wilmington DE Feb 23, 1996.  To Upper Limit LLC, Big Lake AK, registered Jan 13, 2004, current.
				141279 (MSN 426) assigned to NAS Bermuda in 1961.  To N8827 May 1973 but NTU.  Cancelled Mar 11, 2013.
				141280 (MSN 428) to MASDC as 1U0039 Mar 26, 1970.  Sold to Mexican Navy
				141281 (MSN 430) to MASDC as 1U0036 Feb 27, 1970.  Sold to Mexican Navy
				141282 (MSN 432) to MASDC as 1U0055 Jun 15, 1972.  Assigned to NAS Bermuda.  To N4253R Grumman Aircraft Corp, 
					St Augustine FL Feb 16, 1980. Converted to G-111 by Grumman St Augustine Corp c1980.  To N125FB Flying 
					Boat Inc/ Chalks International Airline, Miami FL Sep 1983. Stored Marana AZ 1984/2005.  To United 
					Capital Corp, Wilmington DE Feb 24, 1996. To Wildfire Aircraft LLC, Mesa AZ Apr 10, 2012, current. 
				141283 (MSN 434) assigned to NAS Bermuda.  To MASDC as 1U0041 Apr 13, 1970.  Sold to Mexican Navy			
				141284 (MSN 427/47C) to Coast Guard as UF-1G 1313
				141285 (MSN 429/57C) to Coast Guard as UF-1G 1314
				141286 (MSN 431/55C) to Coast Guard as UF-1G 1315
				141287 (MSN 433/41C) to Coast Guard as UF-1G 1316.  Loaned to Icelandic Coast Guard as 1316: delivered 
					Jan 9, 1969. Returned to US Navy at Keflavik May 1969. To Davis Monthan AFB AZ: open storage 1974. 
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson AZ May 31, 1974
				141288 (MSN 435/59C) to Coast Guard as UF-1G 1317.  	
141289/141333		Lockheed PO-2W Warning Star
				MSN 1049A-4413/4457.  Model 1049A.  Redesignated WV-2 before delivery and then 
					redesignated EC-121K in 1962
				141289 to NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Dec 5, 1961.  To USAF as 55-5262 in May 1962.
				141290 to NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Jun 26, 1961.  Scrapped there Oct 1965.
				141291 to NAF Litchfield park, AZ for storage Aug 5, 1961.  To USAF as 55-5263 May 19, 1962.
				141292 to EC-121P and then to ENC-121K (later redesignated NC-121K). Was with VAWQ-33.  Retired Jun 25, 1982,
					last "Warning Star" flying on active duty.  Preserved at Florence Air and Missile Museum, 
					SC. (now closed).  Damaged by grass fire and allowed to deteriorate to derelict status.
					Scrapped by USN at Florence, SC and parted, only the hulk remains.
				141293 converted to EC-121P.  To Davis Monthan for storage as 5C0018 Feb 1965.  SOC
					May 1970.  Scrapped Oct 15, 1974.
				141294 w/o Oct 18, 1958, Argentia Bay, Newfoundland 1000 feet short of the runway while
					making instrument landing approach.  11 of 29 aboard killed.
				141295 to NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Jul 5, 1961.  Scrapped at Davis Monthan
					AFB Feb 18, 1965
				141296 to NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Apr 1962.  Transferred to Davis Monthan
					AFB Oct 1965.  Converted to EC-121R to USAF as 67-21473 in 1967.
				141297 converted to YEC-121K, reverted to EC-121K.  TO MASDC Aug 1, 1979 for storage 
					as 5C0108.  To USAF inventory as CK0224 Sep 9, 1982.   Now on display at Museum of 
					Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia, marked as USAF EC-121S.
				141298 to NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storge Aug 13, 1961.  SOC May 21, 1965.
					Scrapped at Litchfield Park Oct 1965.
				141299 converted to EC-121P in 1963.  TO MASDC for storage as 5C0035 Jun 14, 1965.
					Scrapped Oct 23, 1974.
				141300 damaged when port landing gear collapsed during taxiing, but repaired and
					returned to service.  TO NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Aug 3, 1961.
					SOC May 11, 1962.  To USAF May 14, 1962 as 55-5264
				141301 scrapped at Litchfield Park in Apr 1965
				141302 to USAF as 55-5265
				141303 crashed at Argentia, Newfoundland Apr 2, 1959 while returning from aborted
					patrol mission with one engine out.  Starboard landing gear collapsed on landing
					and aircraft burst into flames while skidding down the runway.  Starboard wing
					broke off and aircraft flipped over, slid down down runway, and burned.  One
					crewman killed, 28 others managed to escape.
				141304 scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB Sep 13, 1976
				141305 damaged during touch and go landing at NS Argentia, Newfoundland Mar 9, 1960, aircraft
					circled for 90 min to burn off fuel, starboard landing gear collapsed upon landing.
					aircraft repaired .  To NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Jun 8, 1961.
					SOC May 21, 1965.  Scrapped Oct 1965.
				141306 to USAF as 67-21474.
				141307 converted to EC-121P in 1963.  To MASDC for storage Jun 24, 1965.  SOC May 22, 1970.
					Scrapped Oct 9, 1974.
				141308 scrapped at Litchfield Park, AZ Apr 1965
				141309 TO MASDC Mar 1978 for storage as 5C0105.  To USAF inventory as CK0223.
					Now on display at McClellan Aviation Museum, California, marked as 53-552
				141310 (VW-15) disappeared Feb 20, 1958 300 km north of Azores.  No trace of aircraft or crew
					of 22 ever found.
				141311 to MASDC for storage as 5C0107 May 7, 1979.  Transferred to USAF
					inventory as CK0224 Sep 1982.  Now preserved at Chanute AFB, Illinois
				141312 damaged during bad weather landing at Argentia, Newfoundland Jan 16, 1957.
					Aircraft repaired and returned to service.  Converted to EC-121P mid 1963.  
					To MASDC Jul 8, 1965 for storage.  SOC Jan 19, 1967, transferred to USAF inventory
					as CK0122 Jan 19, 1967.  To USAF as 67-21475 Feb 1967.
				141314 w/o Apr 17, 1957, Argentia, Newfoundland.  4 killed.
				141315 scrapped at Litchfield Park Oct 1965.  No evidence that this aircraft has been preserved, nor that a 
					C-121 is on display at NAS Jacksonville.
				141316 scrapped at MASDC Oct 11, 1974
				141317 converted to EC-121P mid 1963.  To MASDC for storage Jul 8, 1965.
					Transferred to USAF inventory Jan 19, 1967.  To USAF as 67-21476 in 1968.
				141318 scrapped at MASDC Sep 20, 1976.
				141319 converted to EC-121P.  To MASDC for storage as 5C0040 Jul 7, 1965.  SOC May 22, 1970,
					scrapped Oct 15, 1974.
				141320 converted to EC-121P.  To USAF as 67-21477
				141321 converted to EC-121P.  w/o Apr 28, 1965, NAS Keflavik, Iceland during ground maintenance
					accident.  One ground crewman was killed.  Date of June 11, 1965 also quoted.
				141322 converted to EC-121P.  To MASDC for storage Mar 11, 1965.  SOC May 22, 1970 and
					scrapped Oct 10, 1974.
				141323 modified as WV-3/WC-121N.  Scrapped at Davis Monthan May 19, 1976
				141324 (MSN 4448) crashed and burned on landing Aug 9, 1962 at NAS Patuxent River, MD.
					5 of 19 on board killed.
				141325 converted EC-121P, then to NC-121K.   Scrapped at MASDC Sep 16, 1976.
				141326 converted to EC-121P.  Scrapped at MASDC Oct 10, 1974.
				141327 to USAF as 55-5268
				141328 converted to EC-121P.  To USAF as 67-21478
				141329 (VW-13, MSN 4453) ran off runway at Gander, NFD Jul 31, 1963 during touch-and-go landing
					practice.   Ran off end of runway, slid through an unoccupied ILS-Localizer shack,
					went into mud, and came to rest on perimeter road.  Fuselage broken in front of the wing.  
					All crew OK.  Aircraft SOC the same day.
				141330 converted to EC-121P late 1963.  To MASDC for storage Aug 1965.
					To USAF Jan 19, 1967 as 67-21479
				141331 converted to EC-121P in 1964.  To MASDC for storage Jul 12, 1965.   Withdrawn from
					storage and converted to WC-121N Apr 12, 1969.  To storage at MASDC Oct 1972.
					SOC Jan 16, 1973, scrapped Sep 16, 1976.
				141332 (VW-11) crashed during landing at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland Mar 29, 1959 due to wind shear.
					Starboard landing gear collapsed and wing broke off upon second impact.  Aircraft hit
					snowbank and burned.  No injuries to the crew.
				141333 to USAF as 55-5266
141334/141335		Goodyear ZPG-2W 
				141334 delivered Apr 30, 1956 to ZW-1 at Lakehurst, NJ.  Identified as KE-4.  Decommissioned
					Oct 31, 1961.  Placed in reserve storage at Lakehurst Nov 3, 1961.
					Salvage completed Feb 1964.
				141335 delivered Aug 8, 1956 to ZW-1 at Lakehurst, NJ.  Decommissioned
					Oct 31, 1961.  Placed in reserve storage at Lakehurst Nov 3, 1961.
					Salvage completed Feb 1964.
141336/141363		Vought F8U-1 Crusader 
				redesignated F-8A in 1962
				141337 crashed Mar 4, 1956 near Greenville, Texas.  Pilot ejected safely
				141343 (NATC Patuxent River) crashed 10 mi from NATC Patuxent River, MD Jan 6, 1958.  Pilot killed.
				141350 (VX-3) crashed Jan 30, 1957.  Pilot ejected safely
				141351 converted to DF-8F.  Moved from Cecil Field NAS, FL to NAS Jacksonville, FL.
				141353 fitted with supercritical wing and registered N810NA by NASA.
				141354 Quoted as 141354d [sic].  Delivered from Chance-Vought Aircraft , Dallas, TX.
					Assigned to NACA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Dec 10, 1956 to Feb 5, 1959.
					Returned to Chance-Vought Aircraft , Dallas, TX.
				141356 (VF-32) crashed Sep 12, 1957.  Pilot ejected. 
				141357 (VX-3) crashed Jul 24, 1957.  Pilot ejected safely.
				141363 built as F8U-1P.		
				141358 (VX-3) lost power on takeoff from USS Franklin D. Roosevelt and crashed into sea Apr, 5, 1957.
					Pilot and helicopter winchman drowned.
				141361 (VF-32) crashed Jun 6, 1957.  Pilot ejected safely.
				141363 (VFP-63) lost Jul 1977
141364/141443		North American FJ-3M Fury
				MSN 215-70/149.
				Redesignated MF-1C in 1962.
				Conversions to FJ-3D (DF-1C).
				Conversions to FJ-3D2 (DF-1D).
				141364, 141371, 141375, and 141379 were flown by the Blue Angels in 1956.
				141376 on loan from Quantico, Virginia and mounted on a pylon at MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina.
					Number 135841 painted on tail.
				141393 underwent restoration in Hickory, North Carolina.  This aircraft is on loan from the National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					and is now fully restored and displayed at the Hickory Aviation Museum, NC as DB 1393, 141393, Marines, VMF-235,
141444/141489		North American FJ-4B Fury 
				Redesignated AF-1E in 1962.
				141449 with VA-212/CVG21.
				141452 crashed due to engine failure caused by oil starvation Nov 5, 1958.  Pilot ejected safely
				141464 (VA-214) crashed short of runway at China Lake, CA Oct 28, 1957. Pilot killed.
				141465 to N6060
				141473 served as modex "203" with VA-212 "Rampant Raiders" in the late 1950s.
				141479 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
141490/141558		Lockheed TV-2
				Assigned USAF serial numbers 53-5706/5709, 5711/5715, 5717/5719 and 55-2984/3016,
					3050/3073 for administrative purposes.
				Redesignated T-33B in 1962.
				141516 (55-2996) to MASDC as 350305 Apr 9, 1975.
				141549 SOC Jun 26, 1975.  To N99472.  In 2009 was sitting outside Museum of America at Polson, Montana.
141559/141562 		Goodyear ZP2N-1
				Redesignated ZPG-2 
				141561 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Probably just the car.
141563 			Goodyear ZP2N-1W
				Redesignated ZPG-2W 
141564/141570 		Goodyear ZS2G-1 
				141564 delivered Feb 28, 1956.  To War Reserve Storage spring 1959.
					Salvaged by Feb 1964.
				141565 delivered May 23, 1956.  To War Reserve Storage spring 1959.
					Salvaged by Feb 1964.
				141566 delivered Jul 10, 1956.  To War Reserve Storage spring 1959.
					Salvaged by Feb 1964.
				141567 delivered Sep 4, 1956.  Assigned to Airship Squadron 2, NAS Glynco, Georga, coded 9.
					Damaged while attempting to moor in bad weather at Kindley AFB, Bermuda Feb 13, 1958.
					Envelope destroyed, control cabin badly damaged, shipped to USA for repair.
					To War Reserve Storage spring 1959.  Salvaged by Feb 1964.
				141568 delivered Oct 24, 1956.  To War Reserve Storage spring 1959.
					Salvaged by Feb 1964.
				141569 delivered Dec 17, 1956.  To War Reserve Storage spring 1959.
					Salvaged by Feb 1964.
				141570 delivered Feb 13, 1957. To War Reserve Storage spring 1959.
					Salvaged by Feb 1964.	
141571/141602		Sikorsky HSS-1 Seabat
				141571 (MSN 58-205) to Vietnam AF. W/o Nov 8, 1967
				141572 (MSN 58-206) to Vietnam AF. W/o May 6, 1968.
				141573 (MSN 58-207) 
				141574 (MSN 58-208) to Vietnam AF.  SOC by May 19, 1969.
				141575 (MSN 58-209) to Vietnam AF.  To MASDC as HD0029 Oct 9, 1969.  To Allied Aircraft
				141576 (MSN 58-210) to Vietnam AF.
				141577 (MSN 58-211)
				141578 (MSN 58-212)
				141579 (MSN 58-225) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Apr 26, 1970.
				141580 (MSN 58-226) to Vietnam AF.  To MASDC as HD0025 Oct 2, 1969.  To civil registry
					as N583HS
				141581 (MSN 58-227)
				141582 (MSN 58-228)
				141583 (MSN 58-229)
				141584 (MSN 58-230).  To civil registry as N95762
				141585 (MSN 58-231)
				141586 (MSN 58-232).  SOC Sep 13, 1971, NAS Memphis.
				141587 (MSN 58-233) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Sep 14, 1970.
				141588 (MSN 58-234) to Vietnam AF.
				141589 (MSN 58-243) to Vietnam AF.  To MASDC
				141590 (MSN 58-244) to Vietnam AF.  To MASDC as HD0011 Sep 19, 1969.  To Allied Aircraft.
				141591 (MSN 58-245) SOC Mar 13, 1969, NARF Pensacola
				141592 (MSN 58-246) w/o Feb 24, 1970, RDT&E Point Mugu
				141593 (MSN 58-247) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Oct 5, 1968.
				141594 (MSN 58-252)
				141595 (MSN 58-253)
				141596 (MSN 58-254) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Sep 9, 1970.
				141597 (MSN 58-255)
				141598 (MSN 58-256) SOC Jun 9, 1967.
				141599 (MSN 58-262) SOC Jan 11, 1967.
				141600 (MSN 58-263)
				141601 (MSN 58-264)
				141602 (MSN 58-265) to UK as XL722 for use by Westland and Aeroplane and Armament
					Experimental Establishment.  Eventually became Royal Navy instructional
					airframe A2514. 
					141602 is also listed as being cn 58-444, going to Vietnam AF and w/o Mar 21, 1968.
141603/141645		Sikorsky HR2S-1
				141618/141645 cancelled
				141605 (N7379) seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				141607 (N7380) seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				141610 (N7382) seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				141611 crashed and burned Dec 9, 1958 shortly after takeoff.  
					2 killed, one injured, one uninjured.
				141614 (N7383) seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
141646/141647		Sikorsky HR2S-1W
141648/141666		Grumman F9F-8 Cougar
				Model G-99.  Redesignated F-9J in 1962
				141649 converted to QF-9J.  SOC due to damage Jan 20, 1974.
				141652 to QF-9J.  SOC due damage Dec 13, 1972. 
				141655 to NAF Chinal Lake by Sep 1956.
				141666 to QF-9J.  SOC due damage Jul 23, 1970.
141667			Grumman YF9F-8T Cougar
				Model G-105.  Redesignated TF-9J in 1962
141668/141727		Grumman F9F-8P Cougar
				Model G-99.  Redesignated RF-9J in 1962
				141675 (MSN 8) assigned civilian registration of N9256 and transferred in
					1999 to Global Aeronautical Museum, Tucson, AZ.  Later at town of Buckeye, AZ.  On display in
					Yanks Air Museum, Chino, California Nov 2009.
				141683 on loan to FAA National Aviation Facilities Experimental Center [NAFEC-14], Atlantic City, NJ as N473 
					registered Feb 13, 1962, cancelled Nov 14, 1963
				141688 at Johnsville NAS in 1961.
				141690 (VF-32) flamed out shortly after takeoff from NAS Cecil Field Jun 24, 1957.  Pilot ejected safely
				141694 on loan to FAA National Aviation Facilities Experimental Center (NAFEC-15) as N474
				141702 put on display at USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA in 2007.  
				141722 (MSN 55) at MCAS El Toro, CA. Now on display at Flying
					Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA
141728/141980		Grumman F11F-1 Tiger
				Model G-98.  Redesignated F-11A in 1962
				141735 with VT-23 ca 1960.  In 2011 was at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, California 
				141738 was '6' of Blue Angels during 1965 season
				141744 (VF-21) damaged Dec 2, 1957 during launch when catapult bridle hit the bottom of the aircraft.
					Aircraft landed safely.
				141764 was '1' of Blue Angels during 1965 season.  Was Blue Angels #5
					when crashed at Toronto, Canada Sep 2, 1966.  Pilot killed.
				141778 with VF121 at NAS Miramar in 1958.
				141783 (MSN 100) was at Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum.  Moved to MAPS Museum
					in Akron/Canton Airport, OH 
				141785 served as modex "114" with VF-121 "The Pacemakers" as part of Pacific Fleet Replacement Air Group.
				141790 (MSN 107) at Grissom AFB.  Was '2' of Blue Angels during
					1965 season
				141795 served as modex "111" with VF-121 "The Pacemakers"
				141796 in 2010 was mounted on a pole at the Grand Junction, CO airport
				141802 on display in small fenced area beside US Highway 17 near
					Craven County Hospital, New Bern, NC.
				141811 (MSN 128) The Navy accepted this aircraft on April 2, 1958.  It flew with Fighter Squadron VF-33 from 
					the aircraft carrier USS INTREPID on various cruises from 1958-1961. Tigers began to phase out of front-line 
					use in 1959. This Tiger was in and out of Navy storage facilities from 1961-1965, then served with 
					Training Squadron VT-26 at Chase Field near Beeville, Texas. In 1962, the Tiger’s designation was 
					changed from F11F-1 to F-11A. The aircraft briefly entered storage again in 1967 until flown by the Blue Angels.
					The US Navy Blue Angels flew this aircraft during their 1968 season. The jet’s last performance was at an 
					air show in Olathe, Kansas. It was then transferred to University of Kansas’s Aerospace Engineering Department. 
					The Combat Air Museum, Topeka, Kansas acquired the Tiger from KU in June 1980.
				141814 remains spotted at Weapons Survivability Laboratory at China Lake, California Nov 1997.
				141821 to storage at Litchfield Park Mar 1961.  Nose section on display at USS Hornet Museum, Alameda, CA
				141824 was Blue Angels #5. To MASDC in 1969.  Refurbished by Grumman in 1973 and used as chase
					aircraft. Back to MASDC as 5F0040 Jan 20, 1975.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				141828 flew with Blue Angels as #1.  Now at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
				141829 to MASDC as 5F0028.  Seen as hulk at AMARC in 1987.  Scrapped at AMCEP of Tucson, Arizona Feb 1990.
					Cockpit on display in 2012 at National Naval Aviation Museum painted as Blue Angel
				141832 at Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, NY
				141849 noted in Walter Soplata collection in Jun 1971.  Remains from an airshow crash.
					Was '4' of Blue Angels during 1965 season.
				141850 was '3' of Blue Angels during 1965 season
				141851 flew with Blue Angels in 1964-65 season.  To MASDC in 1969. Refurbished by Grumman in 1973.					
					Returned to MASDC.   Now a gate guard at NAES Lakehurst.
				141853 at Pueblo Weisbrod Museum, Pueblo, CO.  Used by Grumman and Rohr
					for inflight thrust control with modified thrust reverser on tail.
				141859 was '5' of Blue Angels during 1965 season
				141860 (MSN 157) in midair collision with civilian Beechcraft D18S N220J (MSN A-315) off Houston Beach 
					near Victora, Texas Sep 9, 1964.  Pilot killed.
				141864 was at Patriots Point Museum, Charlestown, SC.  Now on display at
					NAS Oceana, VA marked in Blue Angels insignia.
				141867 was Blue Angels #3.  Crashed into water off Pensacola, FL Jun 14, 1960.  Pilot killed.
				141868 (MSN 185) noted Oct 2004 at Planes of Fame Grand Canyon, Valle, AZ
				141869 was at NASP gate since 1965, replaced by F/A-18A 161961.  In 2014 was at Union City, TN.
				141870 was #6 with Blue Angels.  Flamed out on takeoff Oct 21, 1967 and damaged.  Served as gate guard at
					NAS New Orleans.  Now on display at St John Aiport, Reserve, Louisiana.
				141872 at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum
				141873 was Blue Angels #6.  crashed Jan 14, 1968 at NAS El Centro, CA.  Pilot killed.  There is a F11F-1 painted
					as 141873 on display at MAPS Air Museum, Ohio, but it may be 138622, a short-nosed Tiger.
				141882 (MSN 199) reported Apr 15, 2008 in restoration hangar at
					Valiant Air Command Museum, Tico, FL
				141884 (MSN 201) at Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum.  Was Blue Angel #6 in 1961/63
				141885/141980 cancelled
141981/142009		Grumman F11F-1P Tiger 
				Model G-98.  Photo reconnaissance.  contract cancelled.
142010/142081		Douglas AD-7 Skyraider
				MSN 11490/11561.  Redesignated A-1J in 1962.
				142011 to VX-5 by May 1959
				142012 (VA-152) failed to return to USS Oriskany Aug 10, 1965, likely crashing into Gulf of Tonkin.  Pilot KIA
				142015 to USAF as 52-142015.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing shot down by AAA
					12 Miles of West of Kham Duc, Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam Apr 22, 1970.  Pilot bailed out and was
					rescued by USAF helicopter
				142016 to USAF as 52-142016, later to South Vietnam AF
				142021 to South Vietnam AF
				142023 to USAF as 52-142023.  
				142028 to South Vietnam AF
				142029 to USAF as 52-142029.  
				142030 to USAF as 52-142030.
				142031 (VA-145) shot down by ground fire near Ban Phathoung, Khammouan Province, Laos Feb 1, 1966.  Pilot captured
					by Pathet Lao and became POW.  Escaped 8 days later, was recaptured, escaped again.  Rescued by USAF HH-3E
					Jolly Green helicopter
				142032 (VA-52) shot down by automatic weapons fire Tiger Island 15 Miles off The Coast Quang Binh Province, 
					North Vietnam Apr 18, 1966, SEA.  Pilot rescued by USAF helicopter.
				142033 to USAF as 52-142033.
				142034 with VA-165 on USS Oriskany.  To South Vietnam AF
				142035 to USAF as 52-142035.
				142038 (VA-115) shot down by ground fire near Ban Senphan, Khammouan Province, Laos Feb 1, 1966.  Pilot rescued
					by USAF helicopter.
				142043 to USAF as 52-142043.  
				142045 to South Vietnam AF
				142048 to USAF as 52-142048. 
				142050 (VA-215) crashed into South China Sea after launch from USS Hancock May 14, 1966.  Pilot rescued.
				142051 (VA-115) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after launch from USS Kitty Hawk May 19, 1966.  Pilot rescued
				142053 to USAF as 52-142053.
				142046 to South Vietnam AF
				142054 to South Vietnam AF
				142056 to South Vietnam AF
				142057 (VA-196) destroyed by own bomb blast 5 Miles Southwest of Soc Trang City, Soc Trang, South Vietnam Sep 14, 1965.
					 Pilot KIA
				142058 to South Vietnam AF
				142059 to USAF as 52-142059. 
				142063 to USAF as 52-142063.  
				142064 to South Vietnam AF
				142065 to USAF as 52-142065.
				142070 to USAF as 52-142070.
				142071 (VA-115)crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after launch from USS Kitty Hawk Mar 11, 1966.  Pilot rescued
				142072 Accepted by US Navy 28Jan57. Assigned to VA54 Feb57/Dec57.  Assigned to VA155 Dec57/Oct58
					Assigned to VA25 Jun59/Nov60.  Assigned to VA95 Nov60/Jun64.  Assigned to VA122 Oct64/Apr67
					Assigned to VA152 Apr67/Feb68.  SOC at NAS Quonset Point, RI, 27Feb68.  to USAF as 52-142072.
				142076 damaged during air strike in South Vietnam Mar 1972.  It never flew again.
				142077 to USAF as 52-142077.  
				142080 to USAF as 52-142080.  
				142081 (VA-52) shot down by automatic weapons fire near Phu Cuong 10 Miles North of Saigon, Gia Dinh Province, 
					South Vietnam Jan 3, 1966.  Pilot rescued.
142082/142141		Douglas A4D-2 Skyhawk 
				MSN 11336/11395.  Redesignated A-4B in 1962.
				142089 to MASDC as 3A0288 Nov 4, 1970.
				142090 to Argentina as A-4P C-226
				142091 w/o Dec 2, 1959 off California coast.  Pilot lost
				142092 w/o Sep 30, 1960
				142094 on display at NAS Leemore, CA, marked as 150033.
				142095 w/o Jan 26, 1966 Narragansett Bay
				142098 to Argentina as A-4P C-216
				142099 to Argentina as A-4P C-218
				142100 at NAS Fallon Airpark
				142101 (MSN 11355) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 616
				142102 to Argentina as A-4P C-215
				142104 to Argentina as A-4P C-227
				142105 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Put on display at VFW Post 8076, Hartwell, GA.  
				142106 on display at Naval Air Engineering Station, Lakehurst, NJ.
				142107 w/o in landing accident Jul 24, 1963 Cherry Point
				142108 to Argentina as A-4P C-221
				142109 to Argentina as A-4P C-214
				142110 to Argentina as A-4P C-223 and C-224 (not sure which is correct)
				142111 to Singapore for conversion to A-4S
				142112 at EAA Museum, Oshkosh, WI, marked as 148609.  Purchased by Warbird
					Heritage Foundation of Waukegan, IL for restoration to airworthy.  Made first flight after restoration
					Dec 1, 2009.  On display inside Warbird Heritage Foundation, Waukegan, IL.
				142114 (VSF-3) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Oct 3, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
					Was at one time with VSF-3
				142117 w/o Oct 24, 1958
				142119 (MSN 11373) to Singapore AF as A-4S serial 617
				142120 on display at Weapons Survey Lab, NAS China Lake, CA
				142121 to VX-5 c1959.  Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142122 to VX-5 by Nov 1959
				142124 w/o May 8, 1960 (from CVA-62)
				142125 (MSN 11379) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 619
				142126 w/o in landing accident Oct 25, 1969 NAS Cecil Field
				142128 to Argentina as A-4P C-210
				142129 to Argentina as A-4P C-213
				142131 (MSN 11385) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 604
				142132 w/o Apr 11, 1966.
				142133 w/o Mar 5, 1964
				142135 w/o Sep 5, 1958 from USS Randolph
				142136 to Argentina as A-4P C-204.  Shot down by AIM-9L missile fired from Sea Harrier FRS-1
					ZX199 during Falklands/Malvinas war Jun 8, 1982.  Pilot KIA.
				142137 w/o May 8, 1960 from CVA-62
				142139 to Argentina as A-4P C-208
				142140 to MASDC as 3A0214 Apr 4, 1970.  To Singapore AF.
				142141 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
142142/142235		Douglas A4D-1 Skyhawk 
				MSN 11396/11489
				Redesignated A-4A in 1962.
				142143 (MSN 11397) w/o Oct 10, 1957
				142144 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142146 (MSN 11400) w/o Oct 10, 1961
				142147 (MSN 11401) w/o Feb 20, 1957 in San Francisco Bay.  Pilot lost
				142149 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142153 (MSN 11407) w/o Feb 27, 1961.
				142159 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142160 (MSN 11414) w/o Jan 14, 1968.
				142165 (MSN 11419) seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Noted Aug 1990 with Morgan Aviaiton, Arlington, Virginia
				142166 (MSN 11420) registered as N5548 and at George T. Baker Aviation School Miami, FL.
				142168 (MSN 11422) seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Cockpit section acquired Jul 1999 by Combat Air Museum, 
					Topeka, KS, on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation. 
				142169 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975 
				142171 (MSN 11425) to Argentina as C-202.  In accident Oct 27, 1970.  
				142172 (VA-44) engine flamed out due to fuel exhaustion near NAS Jacksonville, FL
					Dec 16, 1958.  Pilot ejected safely.
				142173 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142174 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142176 (VA-44) engine flamed out and ditched in St John's River, FL Feb 21, 1959.
				142178 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142180 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Plane at NAS Wildwood Aviation Museum, Cape May, NJ 2007.
				142181 to MASDC as 3A0116. Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Cockpit to Tennessee Museum of Aviation, 
					Sevierville, TN. 
				142182 w/o Dec 15, 1959
				142184 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142191 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Registered as N444AV with Advanced Aero Enterprises, Inc of 
					Newport Beach, CA.  Crashed Jun 4, 1987 while filming a 
					commercial at California City, CA.  Pilot killed.
				142192 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142194 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142200 (MSN 11454) on display on pylon at North Gate of old Alameda NAS, CA.
					As of May 27, 2009 was in temporary storage inan old hangar,
					awaiting repairs after high winds blew it off the pylon Jan 2008.
					Painted in VMF-133 colors with incorrect BuNo "codex" number.  After as second incident
					in which the aircraft was damaged by the crane that was attempting to remount it on the pylon,
					it was restored in VA-113 "Albino Angels" demonstration team colors.
				142203 w/o Jec 17, 1961
				142205 seen on Eglin AFB range Aug 1976
				142208 w/o Apr 2, 1961
				142209 flown by VA-113 Stingers "Albino Angels" Demonstration Team (1957).  Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142212 (VMA-224) engine failed and crashed in Panamint Valley, 35 mi NE of Inyokern, CA Jun 16, 1957. Pilot killed.
				142214 flown by VA-113 Stingers "Albino Angels" Demonstration Team (1957).  w/o Nov 7, 1957
				142216 (VA-93) fell into ocean after cold catapult shot from USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14) Oct 2, 1957.
					Pilot killed.
				142218 flown by VA-113 Stingers "Albino Angels Demonstration Team (1957).  w/o Oct 25, 1967
				142219 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  On display at New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, Connecticut
				142220 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142221 w/o May 14, 1958 trom CVA-38
				142222 flown by VA-113 Stingers "Albino Angels Demonstration Team (1957) at NAS Miramar.  Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.
				142223 flown by VA-113 Stingers "Albino Angels Demonstration Team (1957).  
				142225 flown by VA-113 Stingers "Albino Angels Demonstration Team (1957).  
				142226 on loan from USMC Air-Ground Museum, Quantico, VA to Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.
				142227 on display at Western Museum of Flight, Hawthorne, CA
				142228 flown by VA-113 Stingers "Albino Angels Demonstration Team (1957).  
				142229 flown by VA-113 Stingers "Albino Angels Demonstration Team (1957).  
				142230 on display at Naval Weapons Support Center, Crane, IN.
				142233 (VA-93) hit stern of USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14) on approach Oct 30, 1957.  Pilot killed.
142236/142255		Douglas A3D-2 Skywarrior 
				MSN 11562/11581.  Redesignated A-3B in 1962.
				142236 with VAH-8 in 1958.  (VAH-4) lost in flight from USS Bonne Home Richard Nov 1962
				142237 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967 and to EKA-3B May 1969.  Scrapped at MASDC May 1975.
				142238 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0069 Jul 17, 1972.
				142239 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967 and to EKA-3B Jan 1969.  Found beyond economical repair
					while undergoing rework and scrapped Jan 1973.
				142240 on display aboard USS Yorktown, Charleston, SC.
				142241 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jan 1968.  Scrapped at NARF Alameda Oct 1970.
				142242 with VAH-13 in 1961.  Destroyed at Lakehurst, NJ when fuel cells exploded on landing test Apr 1976.
				142243 (VAH-1) lost in flight accident while operating from NAS Sanford Jan 1962.
				142244 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967.  Scrapped Aug 1971 after service life expired
				142245 lost in flight May 1961 with VAH-11 while operated from USS Franklin D. Roosevelt
				142246 on display at New England Air Museum, Bradley IAP, CT.
				142247 with VAH-6 in 1961.  Converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0050 Dec 9, 1970
				142248 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967, to EKA-3B Oct 1968 and back to KA-3B Mar 1969.  
					Scrapped after inflight accident while being used for flight training at NARF Alameda Mar 1975.
				142249 (MSN 11575) converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda May 1967 and to EKA-3B Jul 1968.  To MASDC as 2A0072 Jul 26, 1973.
					To Barry M. Goldwater Range, AZ as target
				142250 (VAH-2) lost in training accident Dec 27, 1964 while operated from USS Hancock in Gulf of Tonkin
				142251 (MSN 11577) converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Aug 1967 and to EKA-3B Jun 1969.  To MASDC as 2A0073 Aug 9, 1973.
					Scheduled to go to NAS North Island for restoration and eventual display
					at USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA.  At Midway Restoration Hangar NAS North Island, CA in 2006.
					Loaded abord the ship May 26, 2006 and is now on display.
				142252 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Aug 1967 and to EKA-3B Jun 1969.  Crashed Dillon, Colorado 
					with VAQ-131 Aug 8, 1970 following loss of control at high altitude.
				142253 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0067 Sep 21, 1971.
				142254 (VAH-3) lost in flight while operated from USS Ranger Mar 1959.
				142255 (MSN 11581) converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jul 1967 and to EKA-3B Sep 1968.  To MASDC as 2A0081 Nov 9, 1973.
					To be scrapped at AMARC in 2008, but still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
142256			Douglas YA3D-2P Skywarrior 
				MSN 11582.  Prototype photographic reconaissance version.  Later redesignated A3D-2P and changed to RA-3B in 1962. 
					Later to PMTC and redesignated NRA-3B. Went supersonic during several test flights.  Modified for Soviet
					ICBM observation tests (Project PRESS) and was instrumental in
					S-3 sonobuoy development. SOC Nov 15, 2000.  To Raytheon 
					Flight Systems as N256HA for test purposes. stored at Mojave Airport
					Scrapped in 2002.			
142257/142258		Douglas A3D-2Q Skywarrior
				Pressurized four-place ECM version
				142257 MSN 11583.  Lost at sea Mar 8, 1974 with VQ 2 on USS America on recon mission when
					it missed the wire during landing and went into the water.  All 7 
					crewmembers exited the aircraft through the upper hatch safely before it sank.
				142258 cancelled
142259/142260		McDonnell YF4H-1 Phantom
				142259 (MSN 1) first flight May 27, 1958.  Bailed back to McDonnell Corp.  Crashed Oct 21, 1959 due to structural
					failures near Mount Pinos, California, killing pilot
				142260 (MSN 2) was holder of three major records.  Attained 98,557 feet in "Operation Top Flight" Dec 6, 1959,
					flown by Cdr Lawerence E. Flint, Jr.  Set sustained altitude record of 66,444.8 feet on Dec 5, 1961,
					flown by CDR Georg W. Ellis.  Set absolute world speed record of 1606.342 mph in "Operation Skyburner"
					Dec 22, 1961, flown by Lt Col Robert B. Robinson.  Assigned as ground trainer at NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey.  
					Noted at Rockford MAP, IL Apr 1995.  Reported in 1995 that was to be restored at San Diego, CA.  
					Currently preserved in Gillispie Field, Bonita, CA
142261/142268		Lockheed T2V-1 Seastar
				MSN 1080-1001/1008. Model 1080-91-08.  Redesignated T-1A in 1962.
				142263 to MASDC as 1T0044 Apr 6, 1970.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				142266 crashed 4/24/1959 Townsville, NC.  Pilot killed.
142269/142348		Republic F-84KX Thunderjet
				Ex USAF F-84Bs used as as target drones by Navy
142349/142350		Douglas XF5D-1 Skylancer
				142349 used at Edwards AFB as flying testbed for radar systems, instruments, and armament.  WFU 1961.
				142350 used at Edwards AFB as flying test bed for radar systems, instruments and armament.  
					Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames 
					Research Center Aug 20, 1957 to Jun 15, 1961.   Registered as NASA 213 (later NASA 213, the NASA 802).
					Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.  Used as test bed for
					supersonic research and to train pilots for the X-20 Dyna-Soar program.  WFU 1970.  In Armstrong Air
					and Space Museum in Wapakoneta, Ohio, the hometown of Neil Armstrong, the first man to set foot on the Moon.
					Armstrong flew the aircraft.
142351/142357		Douglas F5D-1 Skylancer
				Contract cancelled
142358/142362		Grumman UF-1G Albatross
				For Coast Guard as 1288/1292, but diverted to US Navy
				142358 (MSN 365) for USCG as 1288.  Diverted to US Navy
				142359 (MSN 366) for USCG as 1289.  Diverted to US Navy.  Transferred to AURI/Indonesian AF
				142360 (MSN 367) for USCG as 1290.  Diverted to US Navy.  To MASDC as 1U0015 Aug 16, 1966.  To Allied 
					Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/ behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 4, 1981.  In 1988 was 
					owned by Grumman as N43GL and stored at Bob's Air Park, Tucson, AZ
					To N7026H Air Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL Jan 1989.  To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Feb 1989. 
					Sold to Mexico May 7, 1992, cancelled on export to Mexico Aug 18, 1992.  To N7026H Robert F. Carlson, 
					Carson City NV Oct 1994.  Lyle Campbell/ Amphib Inc, Wheeling IL Sep 14, 1995.  To N43GL Amphib 
					Inc, Wheeling IL May 1996. Lyle Campbell/ Campbell Aviation, Carson City NV Miss Nancy Sep 11, 2000. 
					At Biggin Hill, UK Feb 17, 2001; race #31 in London-Sydney air race Mar 2001.  To Accessory Service 
					Inc, Santa Clarita CA Jul 26, 2001.  To GBA Gyros of Phoenix, Paradise Valley AZ, registered Feb 16, 2006. 
					To Catalina Flying Boats Inc, Long Beach, CA registered Jan 8, 2008. Tp R Consulting & Sales Inc, 
					Carson City NV May 22, 2012.  To Cohen Aviation Leasing LLC, Park City UT, registered Oct 29, 2013, current. 
				142361 (MSN 368) for USCG as 1291.  Diverted to US Navy.  To US Naval Attache in Norway in 1957.  Loaned to Icelandic 
					Coast Guard in 1969 as 142361. Returned to US Navy as Bu142361 in 1969.  Tp Davis Monthan AFB AZ: 
					delivered for storage Sep 15, 1970.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf Grumman Aerospace 
					Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 4, 1981.  To N143DB Dennis G. Buehn, Reno NV Jul 1987.  To Westholm Aviation 
					Inc, Minden NV Oct 1989.  To M. M. Inc, Newark DE, registered Sep 25, 1992, cancelled Jul 24, 1998 
					on export to Australia.  To VH-MAH George Schuit/ Air Champagne Pty Ltd, Tocumwal NSW Aug 3, 1998. 
					Tp Australian Air National Guard, Tocumwal NSW Dec 19, 2003.  To Geoffrey Hunt, Darwin NT Oct 28, 2006, current.
				142362 (MSN 369) for USCG as 1292.  Diverted to US Navy.  To MASDC as 1U0020 Sep 28, 1967.
					Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 4, 1981.
					To N70252 Air Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL Jan 1989.  To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Feb 1989. 
					To South Florida Aviation Investments, Opa Locka FL Mar 1993.  To Robert F. Carlson, Carson City NV 
					Mar 25, 1998. To Charles H. Hainline, Hammond OR Mar 29, 2004. Restored to fly at Alamogordo NM. 
					To N2NA Charles H. Hainline, Hammond OR, reserved Mar 29, 2004, expired Apr 30, 2014.  Purchased by
					Albatross Adventures LLC Feb 12, 2014 and has N1954Z on the tail, and flying at air shows.
142363/142372		Bell HUL-1 
				MSN 1419, 1594/1601.  142364/142372 redesignated UH-13P in 1962.
				142363 was cancelled.
				142368 to civil registry as N15972
				142369 suffered engine falure and forced landing E of San Diego, California while on ferry flight
					to MASDC Sep 21, 1966.  Finished final journey to MASDC on the back of a truck.  To civil registry as N15982
142373/142396		Bell HTL-6 
				Redesignated TH-13M in 1962
				142373/142375 MSN 1331/1333
					142374 (MSN 1332) to civil registry as N40818 then as N99612 after conversion to UH-13P
					142375 (MSN 1333) to civil registry as N8236
				142376/142378 MSN 1339/1341
					142377 (MSN 1340) at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
					142378 (MSN 1341) to civil registry as N2669
				142379/142381 MSN 1343/1345.
				142382/142385 MSN 1383/1386
					142382 (MSN 1383) to civil registry as N90725
					142384 (MSN 1385) to civil registry as N8243
				142386/142394 MSN 1389/1397
					142386 transferred to US Coast Guard as 386
					142387 (MSN 1390). Became N14623, reported sold to unknown owner in Mexico August 2003
					142388 (MSN 1391) to civil registry as N4116A
					142390 (MSN 1393) to civil registry as N1SD
					142391 (MSN 1394) to civil registry as N94497
					142394 (MSN 1397) noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museu, El Toro MCAS, CA
				143395/142396 MSN 1509/1510		
142397/142399		Lockheed T2V-1 Seastar 
				MSN 1080-1009/1011.  Model 1080-91-08.  Redesignated T-1A in 1962.
142400/142407		Douglas A3D-2 Skywarrior 
				MSN 11584/11591.  Redesignated A-3B in 1962.
				142400 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda May 1976 and to EKA-3B Jun 1969.  Crashed Jul 4, 1970 after drag chute
					deployed during bolter aboard USS America with VAQ-132 in Gulf of Tonkin.
				142401 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0015 Dec 11, 1970.
				142402 (VAH-8) lost Sep 24, 1962 in landing accident on USS Midway.
				142403 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967 and to EKA-3B Apr 1968.  To MASDC as 2A0085 Dec 17, 1973
				142404 (MSN 11588) to NAF R&D China Lake c1959.  Converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jul 1969 and to EKA-3B.  
					To MASDC as 2A0087 Dec 20, 1973.  To Barry M. Goldwater Range, AZ as target
				142405 scrapped after accident Aug 1964 with VAH-8.
				142406 converted to KA-3B by NARF ALameda Jun 1967.  to MASDC as 2A0043 Jun 5, 1970.  Scrapped at MASDC Jan 1972.
				142407 (VAH-2) damaged beyond repair Mar 1961 aboard USS Coral Sea
142408/142415		Vought F8U-1 Crusader 
				Redesignated F-8A in 1962
				142411 (VMF-312) crashed at MCAS Beaufort May 17, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
				142412 transferred to M. B. Smiley HS, NJROTC, Houston, TX Nov 1972.
				142414 (VF-32) crashed Jul 30, 1957 while returning from a NAS Pensacola static display.  Pilot ejected but
					was killed.
142416/142423		Douglas A4D-2 Skyhawk 
				MSN 11601/11608.  Redesignated A-4B in 1962.
				142416 to Argentina as A-4P C-219
				142421 to Argentina as A-4P C-203.  Crashed in Kansas Aug 8, 1966.  Pilot ejected safely.
142424/142427		de Havilland Canada UC-1 Otter
				Acquired by US Navy for use in Antarctic exploration.
				142424 (MSN 76) crashed on takeoff near Cape Bird, Ross Island, Antarctica Dec 2, 1955.  No fatalities.  Aircraft
					was SOC, salvageable parts removed and the rest of the aircraft was left to float out on the sea ice.
				142425 (MSN 77) assigned to VX-6, later to Naval Aerospace Recovery Center at El Centro, California.
					It was also with the AParachute Test Range at El Centro.  To MASDC 5U0001 Oct 2, 1978.  To civil registry 
					as N1037G with 40 Mile Air of Tok, Alaska, then to private party in Auburn WA as N219JH.  Converted to 
					Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter with PT-6 engine.  Sold to North Star Air of Pickle Lake, Ontario as C-CGQA, 
					registered Mar 3, 1998, cancelled Mar 6, 2012.
				142426 (MSN 78) assigned to VX-6.  Blown away by winds at Little America Aug 31, 1957 and destroyed.
				142427 (MSN 79) delivered to US Navy Mar 21, 1956, assigned to VX-6.  Cracked fuselage during taxiing on Ross
					Sea.  SOC Oct 22, 1958.
142428/142429		Grumman UF-1L Albatross 
				Formerly 51-7162 and 51-7164 of USAF.  Ordered by USAF as SA-16A, but built and delivered to US Navy as UF-1L.
					Redesignated LU-16C with triphibian gear for use in the Antarctica during Operation Deep Freeze.  
				142428 (MSN 212) ex-USAF 51-7162.  To MASDC as 1U0029 Oct 29, 1968.  ToAllied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf 
					of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Feb 3, 1981.  To N51025 Grumman International Inc, St Augustine 
					FL Jan 1988.  To Howard W. Selby, Boulder CO registered Jan 8, 1992, current. Noted unconverted at 
					Western International yard Aug 28, 2000. Civil conversion abandoned due tp corrosion.
				142429 (MSN 214) ex-USAF 51-7164. To MASDC as 1U0047 Jul 17, 1970.  Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf 
					of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 9, 1981.  To N5160W Dennis G. Buehn, Reno NV Apr 1988. 
					To N16HD Lincoln Service Corp, Owensboro KY Oct 1990. Vega Corp, Eugene OR Oct 1990.  To Aircorp III Inc, 
					Dallas TX Apr 4, 2001.  To N116AG Aircorp III Inc, Dallas TX Jun 15, 2001.  To Aleutian Goose Adventures, 
					Anchorage AK Mar 29, 2005.  To Great Gulf Corp, Dallas TX registered Dec 26, 2012, current.
142430/142436		Sikorsky HRS-3 
				Transfers from USAF to US Marine Corps and modified as HRS-3.  Redesignated CH-19E in 1962.
				142430 (MSN 55171) ex USAF 51-3892 transferred to USMC in 1955.  Stored at AMARC Spr 1967.  SOC 1968.  Stored by Orlando 
					Helicopter Airways, later Vertical Aviation at Chandler Memorial, Arizona.  Moved to storage at Casa Grande, 
					Arizona c2007.
				142431 (MSN 55120) ex USAF 51-3864 transferred to USMC in 1955.
				142432 (MSN 55121) ex USAF 51-3865, transferred to USMC in 1955.  Transferred to US Navy in 1958, back to USMC 
					Jan 1962 and SOC at NAS Pensacola May 1965.  To GIA with Naval Air Basic Command at NAS Pensacola, Florida.
					Sold May 17, 1995 and presumed scrapped.  Believed not at NAS Museum at Pensacola, Florida (the plane 
					there is 130151)
				142433 (MSN 55084) ex USAF 51-3851 transferred to USMC Jul 1955.  SOC Sep 5, 1967
				142434 (MSN 55109) ex USAF 51-3860 transferred to USMC 1955. SOC Feb 12, 1969.
				142435 (MSN 55111) ex USAF 51-3862 transferred to USMC 1955.  Crashed and destroyed by fire in Philippines 
					Mar 28, 1957
				142436 (MSN 55075) ex USAF 51-3848 transferred to USMC 1955.  To civil registry as N17757, current with Whisper Jet
142437/142532		Grumman F9F-8T Cougar
				Model G-105.  Redesignated TF-9J in 1962
				142441 remains spotted about 25 mi NW of the airfield at China Lake, California in Nov 1997. 
				142442 to NTF-9J.  Preserved at the William Krieger Memorial Park at Woodridge, NY. ‘Blue Angels’ color scheme code ‘7’.
				142463 (MSN 27) to Argentine Navy as 0516/3-A-151 May 31, 1962.  This aircraft passed the sound barrier piloted by 
					Lieutenant Commander Rafael Serra during a test flight prior to its acceptance at Norfolk NAS, thus becoming 
					the first Argentine naval aircraft which broke the sound barrier.  To Argentine Naval Air Museum Jul 1988
				142470 was '7' of Blue Angels.
				142498 (MSN 62) to Argentine Navy as 0517/3-A-152 May 31, 1962.
					Became N42WJ, w/o Oct 31, 1991.
				142523 (MSN 87)
142533/142541		Lockheed T2V-1 Seastar 
				Model 1080-91-08.  Redesignated T-1A in 1962.
142542/142545		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962.
				142542 (MSN 726-7124) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 23 Aug 57. NARF Norfolk Sep 57; 
					FASRON-108 Norfolk Sep 57-Nov 57; VP-21 Brunswick Nov 57-Sep 60; NARF Alameda Sep 60-Jan 61;
					 Lockheed Burbank Jan 61-May 61 (P2V-7S conversion); VP-56 Norfolk May 61-Feb 65; 
					VP-24 Norfolk Feb 65-Mar 66; VP-56 Norfolk Mar 66-Jun 68: VP-56 Patuxent River Jun 68-Aug 68; 
					NAS Seattle Aug 68-May 70; NARTU Whidbey Island May 70-Jun 70; NAS Seattle Jun 70-Jul 70; 
					NARTU Whidbey Island Jul 70-Nov 70; VP-69 Whidbey Island Nov 70-Feb 74 [code PJ-9]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 11 Feb 74; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 17Sep86
				142543 (MSN 726-7125) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 20 Aug 57. Lockheed Burbank Aug-Oct 57; 
					NARF Norfolk Oct 57-Nov 57; FASRON-108 Brunswick Nov 57; VP-21 Brunswick Nov 57-Sep 60; 
					NARF Alameda Sep 60-Feb 61; Lockheed Burbank Feb 61-Jul 61 (P2V-7S conversion); VP-24 Norfolk Jul 61-Oct 62;
					 VP-56 Norfolk Oct 62-Apr 66; VP-45 Jacksonville Apr 66-Sep 66; VP-56 Norfolk Sep 66-Jun 68; 
					VP-7 Jacksonville Jun 68-Oct 68; NAS Los Alamitos Oct 68-Nov 70; VP-65 Point Mugu Nov 70-Jan 74 [code PG-3]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 24 Jan 74, SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 9Jan87
				142544 (MSN 726-7126) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 20 Aug 57. Lockheed Burbank Aug 57-Sep 57; 
					Alameda Sep 57-0ec 57; FASRON-116 Alameda Dec 57-Apr 58; VP-19 Alameda Apr 58-Sep 60; 
					Alameda Sep 60-Feb -61; Lockheed Burbank Feb 61-Jun 61 (P2V-7S conversion); 
					Alameda Jun 61-Mar 62; VP-46 North Island Mar 62-Feb 63; VP-19 Alameda Feb 63-Dec 63; 
					Alameda Dec 63-Jul 64; VP-2 Whidbey Island Jul 64-Feb 66; VP-17 Whidbey Island Feb 66-Apr 67; 
					Whidbey Island Apr 67-Jan 68; VP-31 North Island Jan 68-Aug 68; VP-2 Whidbey Island Aug 68-Sep 69;
					U Alameda Sep 69-Sep 70; NAS South Weymouth Sep 70-Nov 70; VP-92 South Weymouth Nov 70-Apr 71;
					4 Willow Grove Apr 71-Jun 71; VP-68 Washington Jun 71; VP-67 Memphis Jun 71-Jul 71; 
					 South Weymouth Jul 71 -Feb 74 [code LY-4]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 29 Jul 74; SOC 29 Jul 74 (same day). To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 2Sep86
				142545 (MSN 726-7124) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 19 Sep 57 NARF Alameda Sep 57-Oct 57; 
					FASRON-116 Alameda Oct 57-Apr 58; VP-19 Alameda Apr 58-May 60; NARF Alameda May 60-Aug 60; 
					Lockheed Burbank Aug 60-Mar 61 (P2V-7S conversion); NAS Whidbey Island Mar 61-Jul 61; 
					VP-1 Whidbey island Jul 61-Ocl 61; VP-2 Whidbey Island Oct 61-May 62; VP-17 Whidbey Island May 62-Oec 62; 
					VP-19 Alameda Dec 62-Apr 63; VP-4 Naha Apr 63-May 64; VP-4 Barbers Point May 64-Nov 65;
					 VP-1 Whidbey island Nov 65-Sep 69; NAS Twin Cities Sep 69-Feb 70; NARTU Memphis Feb 70-Jul 70; 
					NAS South Weymouth Jul 70; NARTU Washington Jul 70-Aug 70; NAS South Weymouth Aug 70-Sep 70; 
					NAS Atlanta Sep 70; NAS Willow Grove Sep 70-Oct 70; NAS Dallas Oct 70; NAS Atlanta Oct 70-Nov 70; 
					NARTU Memphis Nov 70; VP-67 Memphis Nov 70-Jan 75 [code PL-12]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 28 Jan 75; SOC 29 May 78.
142546/142629 		Douglas AD-7 Skyraider
				Contract cancelled 
142630/142665		Douglas A3D-2 Skywarrior 
				MSN 11693/11728.  Redesignated A-3B in 1962.
				142630 (MSN 11693) with VAH-5 in 1962.  To AMARC as 2A0132 Sep 26, 1991.  Now on display at Davas Monthan AFB, AZ. 
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				142631 (VAH-11) lost in flight while operated from USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Jul 1964
				142632 to KA-3B Jul 1967 and to EKA-3B Jun 1968.  To MASDC as 2A0082 Nov 19, 1973.
				142633 (VAH-2) lost Oct 2, 1966 after shedding bridle during catapult off USS Coral Sea
				142634 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967 and later to EKA-3B.  Lost Jan 21, 1973 when catapulted off
					USS Ranger with VAQ-130.
				142635 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0048 Aug 12, 1970.  Scrapped at MASDC Jan 1972
				142636 (VAH-11) lost over Caribbean Dec 1958
				142637 (VAH-11) lost in flight Oct 1961 while operated from NAS Sanford
				142638 (MSN 11701) converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967 and to EKA-3B Jan 1969.  To MASDC as 2A0088 Jan 24, 1974.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				142639 (VAH-6) lost in flight while operating from USS Ranger Jul 1959
				142640 (VAH-2) crashed near Napa, California Sep 18, 1959 while operated from NAS Whidbey Island
				142641 (VAH-11) lost over Caribbean Jul 1959
				142642 (VAH-2) crashed near Harrington, WA Mar 1960 while operated from NAS Whidbey Island
				142643 (VAH-7) lost in flight Apr 1959 while operated from NAS Sanford
				142644 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0058 Mar 31, 1971
				142645 (VAH-1) lost Oct 1958 from NAS Jacksonville
				142646 converted to EKA-3B by NARF Alameda Sep 1968.  To MASDC as 2A0083 Nov 19, 1973
				142647 (MSN 11710) converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda May 1967 and to EKA-3B Nov 1968.  To MASDC as 2A0086 
					Dec 17, 1973.  To Barry M. Goldwater range, Gila Bend, Arizona in 2004.
				142648 (VAH-11) lost Oct 1961 from NAS Sanford.
				142649 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jul 1967.  Crashed Oct 1972 at Buckley ANGB, CO with VAQ-308
				142650 (MSN 11713) begining with aircraft, all A3D-2s were delivered by Douglas with the 
					tanker package.  To AMARC as 2A0124 Aug 13, 1990.  SOC at AMARC Aug 1990.  
					Scrapped at AMARC
				142651 (MSN 11714) converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967 and to EKA-3B Nov 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0076 
					Aug 23, 1973.  Moved to Barry M Goldwater range, Gila Bend, Arizona in 2004.
				142652 (MSN 11715) with VAH-5 In 1962. Converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967 and to EKA-3B Nov 1967.  
					To MASDC as 2A0077 Aug 23, 1973.  Scrapped at AMARC
				142653 (VAH-4) converted to KA-3B.  Shot down Apr 12, 1966 by PLAAF MiG-19 fighter over Luichow Peninsula in Kuangtung
					Province, Hainan Island, China.  Strayed into Chinese airspace.
				142654 (MSN 11717) to VX-5 c1959.  Converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967 and to EKA-3B Nov 1967.  
					To MASDC as 2A0075 Aug 15, 1973.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				142655 (VAH-4) lost Oct 21, 1967 due to accidental ignition of JATO bottles on launch from
					USS Oriskany.
				142656 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967 and to EKA-3B Jan 1968.  To MASDC as 2A0092 Feb 14, 1974.
					Scrapped at AMARC
				142657 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jul 1967 and to EKA-3B Dec 1967.  Lost May 16, 1970 with VAQ-1365 
					when ran out of fuel on ferry flight from Cubi Point, Philippines to Da Nang, South Vietnam.  Crashed 
					off coast of South Vietnam.  All 3 killed.
				142658 to KA-3B Jun 1967.  Lost Jul 28, 1967 after engine failure with VAH-4 while operated from USS Oriskany in
					Gulf of Tonkin
				142659 with VAH-5 in 1962.  Converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967 and to EKA-3B Sep 1967.  
					Lost Jul 10, 1977 due to mishandled aborted takeoff with VAQ-308 from NAS Alameda
				142660 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967 and to EKA-3B Feb 1968.  To MASDC as 2A0080 Oct 18, 1973.
				142661 with VAH-5 in 1962.  Converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967 and to EKA-3B Dec 1967.  
					To MASDC as 2A0094 Feb 14, 1974.  Scrapped at AMARC
				142662 converted by NARF Alameda to KA-3B and to EKA-3B and back to KA-3B.  With VAK-308.  To MASDC as 2A0101 
					May 30, 1974.  Scrapped at AMARC
				142663 (VAH-5) lost in midair collision with another A3D from VAH-11 Oct 1961 near
					NAS Sanford, FL.  4 killed in 142663.
				142664 with VAH-7 in 1959.  Converted by NARF Alamdeda to KA-3B Jul 1967 and to EKA-3B Feb 1968 and back to KA-3B 
					Oct 1974.  To MASDC as 2A0099 May 3, 1974.
				142665 (VAH-4) lost Apr 1, 1966 after nosewheel collapsed when catapulted from USS Enterprise in
					Gulf of Tonkin.  All 3 killed.
142666/142669		Douglas A3D-2P Skywarrior 
				MSN 11729/11732.  Photographic reconnsissance version.  Redesignated RA-3B in 1962.
				142666 to MASDC as 2A0040 Oct 6, 1969.  Scrapped at AMARC
				142667 to NRA-3B.  Active with Raytheon Systems Co. of Van Nuys, CA as RAYCO 76. Civil reg N576HA,
					now N876RS.
				142668 modified as ERA-3B.  To MASDC as 2A0105 Nov 14, 1974.  Bailed to Raytheon Flight Systems, in storage at Mojave.
					Civilian registration N163TB
				142669 to MASDC as 2A0060 Jun 1, 1971.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
142670			Douglas YA3D-2Q Skywarrior 
				MSN 11733.  Lost in accident Jul 1968 with VQ-2
142671/142673		Douglas A3D-2Q Skywarrior 
				MSN 11734/11736.  Redesignated EA-3B in 1962.
				142671 (MSN 11734) stored at AMARC Apr 28, 1989 as 2A0117.  Scrapped at AMARC
				142672 became A3D-2Z (VA-3B) for use by CNO.  to MASDC as 2A0098 Apr 9, 1974.  
					Stored at MASDC from 1974 until retrieved by VAQ-33.  Lost Jan 23, 1985 125 mi NNW of Guam with VQ-1.
					Nine occupants killed in crash.
				142673 to MASDC as 2A0053 Feb 25, 1971.  Scavenged for spare parts at NARF Alameda, CA
142674/142953		Douglas A4D-2 Skyhawk 
				MSN 11736/12015  (conflict in MSNs with above batch of A3D-2Qs)
				Redesignated A-4B in 1962.
				142675 on display at USS Lexington Museum, Corpus Christi, TX on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation.
					Mounted on a pylon outside the museum.  Painted in Blue Angels colors but never flew with Blue Angels.
				142676 to MASDC as 3A0113 Nov 20, 1969
				142678 in 2010 was mounted in pylons in City Park, Purdi, MO.
				142679 to MASDC as 3A0270 Sep 7, 1970.
				142684 to Argentina as A-4P C-209
				142688 to Argentina as A-4P C-207.  Now on display 
					at National Aeronautics Museum, Moron, Argentina.
				142690 to MASDC as 3A0136 Jan 7, 1970
				142693 to MASDC as 3A0097 Oct 26, 1969.  To NASA
				142694 to Argentina as A-4P C-205
				142701 to Argentina as A-4P C-211
				142703 to MASDC as 3A0105 Nov 6, 1969
				142704 to MASDC as 3A0104 Nov 5, 1969
				142708 (MSN 11770) to MASDC as 3A0103 Oct 31, 1969
				142711 (MSN 11773) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S ser no 621.  Noted June 2002
					with Celtrad Metal Industries
				142713 to MASDC as 3A0219 Apr 10, 1970.  To Singapore AF
				142715 shown in film "Your's Mine and Ours" landing at Alameda.  seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142717 on display at Bee County Court House, Beeville, TX
				142722 (MSN 11784) seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Noted Aug 1990 with Morgan Aviaiton, Arlington, Virginia
				142727 (VX-5) flamed out during air show at Corpus Christi, TX May 26, 1958 and pilot ejected.
				142726 to MASDC as 3A0088 Oct 9, 1969
				142728 to Argentina as A-4P C-228
				142734 to Argentina as A-4P C-229
				142736 to Argentina as A-4P C-230
				142741 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  On display at National Vietnam War Museum, Orlando, FL.
				142742 (VSF-3) engine flamed out while on test flight over South China Sea Nov 26, 1967.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued.
				142745 to MASDC as 3A0195 Mar 16, 1970
				142746 (MSN 11808) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 631
				142747 to Argentina as A-4P C-217
				142748 to Argentina as A-4P C-231 in 1966.  Mounted on pylon outside V Brigate Aerea Villa Reynolds, Argentina.
				142749 to Argentina as A-4P C-232 in 1966.  Mounted on pedestals outside regional Interforce Museum, San Luis, Argentina.
				142751 (MSN 11813) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S ser no 632.  Noted June 2002
					with Celtrad Metal Industries
				142752 to Argentina as A-4P C-222 in 1966.  On display outside Aerospace Technical
					Museum, Rio Cuarto, Argentina.
				142754 to MASDC as 3A0269 Aug 27, 1970
				142757 to Argentina as A-4P C-233 in 1966.  Mounted on pylon outside IV Brigata Aerea Museum, Mendoza, Argentina.
				142758 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142760 to Argentina as A-4P C-234
				142761 at Selfridge, MI Museum.
				142762 to Argentina as A-4P C-206
				142764 to MASDC as 3A0101 Oct 30, 1969
				142765 to Argentina as A-4P C-235
				142768 to MASDC as 3A0119 Dec 1, 1969
				142770 (MSN 11832) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 633
				142771 (MSN 11833) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 602
				142772 to MASDC as 3A0240 May 10, 1970
				142773 to Argentina as A-4P C-212 in 1966.  Mounted on poles on display outside Rio Cuarto Material Area Das Higueras, 
					Argentina.
				142774 (MSN 11836) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 630
				142775 (MSN 11837) to MASDC as 3A0106 Nov 12, 1969
				142777 (MSN 11839) seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  In 2010 was on display outside Federal Aviation 
					Authority facility, Nashua, New Hampshire.
				142778 (MSN 11840) to MASDC as 3A0152 Jan 21, 1970.  To Singapore AF.  
					Went to 'old' Singapore AF museum at Changi, painted
					as 605.  Not seen since.  Was scrapped at Changi in 2003
				142781 to MASDC as 3A0158 Jan 23, 1970
				142784 to Argentina as A-4P C-236
				142788 to Argentina as A-4P C-237
				142789 (VMA-133) crashed Jul 11, 1966 in remote area of Yosemite National Park while on flight from NAS 
					Alameda, California to NAS Fallon, Nevada.  Pilot killed.
				142792 to VX-5 by Apr 1959.  Damaged in wheels-up landing at Armitage field, China Lake, CA May 29, 1959.
					 In accident aboard USS Hancock with VA-113 Jan 31, 1961.  SOC.
				142796 to Argentina as A-4P C-220
				142797 to MASDC as 3A0230 Apr 28, 1970.  Went out to Eglin AFB target range circa 1979.
				142798 to MASDC as 3A0111 Nov 17, 1969
				142799 to Argentina as A-4P C-201.  Crashed in Chalanta Province, San Luis Jun 27, 1977.  
					Pilot ejected safely.
				142800 (MSN 11862) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 634
				142803 to Argentina as A-4P C-225
				142814 (MSN 11876) to MASDC as 3A0116 Nov 21, 1969.  To Singapore AF as TA-4SU with serial 911
				142819 (MSN 11881) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 636.
					W/o Mar 30, 1983
				142821 seen on Eglin AFB range Aug 1976
				142822 to MASDC as 3A0218 Apr 10, 1970
				142824 to MASDC as 3A0124 Dec 7, 1969
				142825 to MASDC as 2A0197 Mar 17, 1970
				142827 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142829 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Restored from gate guard duties at Staten Island Navy
					Reserve Center. On loan from NANM Pensacola, where it was
					painted as 144992.  Now restored for static display at Historic
					Aircraft Restoration Project at Floyd Bennett Field, NY.
				142830 to Argentina as A-4P C-238
				142832 (MSN 11894) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 601
				142833 (MSN 11895) at Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, repainted in
					original VA-95 scheme when serving aboard Intrepid in 1966
				142834 (MSN 11896) seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  noted Sep 2003 at Ropkey Armor Museum, Indianapolis, IN
				142835 to MASDC as 3A0193 Mar 13, 1970
				142838 to Argentina as A-4P C-239
				142840 (MSN 11902) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 643
				142843 to MASDC as 3A0131 Dec 30, 1969
				142844 to MASDC as 3A0159 Jan 24, 1970
				142845 crashed on training flight NE of El Centro in Superstition Mts, CA Dec 10, 1959.
				142846 to MASDC as 3A0167 Feb 2, 1970
				142848 on a pole in Ewing, New Jersey
				142849 tom ASDC as 3A0236 May 7, 1970
				142850 to Singapore for conversion to A-4S.  Singapore AF serial is 600.  Now on display
					at Singapore Discovery Center, Jurong.
				142854 to MASDC as 3A0237 May 8, 1970.  To Singapore AF
				142855 to Argentina as A-4P C-240 in 1966.  On display outside National Aeronautics Museum, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
				142859 to Argentina as A-4P C-241
				142860 presumably went to Singapore AF, as was noted Apr 15, 1997 dismantled
					outside Singapore Aerospace at Seletar wearing marks 3A248
				142862 to Argentina as A-4P C-242
				142863 to MASDC as 3A0274 Sep 17, 1970
				142866 to Argentina as A-4P C-243
				142868 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142870 (MSN 11932) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S ser no 645.  Noted June 2002 with
					Celtrad Metal Industries.
				142871 to MASDC as 3A0231 Apr 28, 1970
				142874 on display as N13-154906 at Naval Aviation Museum, Nowra, Australia
				142875 to MASDC as 3A0128 Dec 12, 1969.  Seen on pylon at NAS Corpus Christi, TX in 2010, painted in
					Blue Angels colors.
				142876 (MSN 11938) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 646
				142877 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142879 in storage at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA.  Noted Mar 13, 1993
					at Marine Corps Museum, El Toro, CA.  El Toro closed in 1998-2000.  In 2010 was in storage in 
					Flying Leathernecks Museum's restoration facility.
				142881 (MSN 11943) to MASDC as 3A0132 Dec 30, 1969.  Went to 
					Singapore AF as TA-4SU with serial 908
				142882 (MSN 11944) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 647
				142883 to Argentina as A-4P C-244
				142886 to MASDC as 3A0092
				142891 to MASDC as 3A0224 Apr 16, 1970. To Singapore AF
				142892 (MSN 11954) noted behind restoration hangar at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA.
					Came from firefighting pit at NAS China Lake.
				142899 (MSN 11961) to MASDC as 3A0112 Nov 18, 1969
				142893 to Argentina as A-4P C-245
				142901 to Argentina as A-4P C-246
				142902 to Argentina as A-4P C-247
				142904 to MASDC as 3A0157
				142905 at San Diego Air Museum, CA
				142909 to MASDC as 3A0282 Oct 13, 1970
				142908 (MSN 11970) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 603
				142910 to Argentina as A-4P C-248
				142911 to Argentina as A-4P C-249
				142914 to Argentina as A-4P C-250
				142917 (MSN 11979) to MASDC as 3A0107 Nov 13, 1969
				142921 to MASDC as 3A0133 Jan 2, 1970
				142922 in 2010 was mounted on a pylon outside Tillamook Air Museum, Tillamook, OR
				142928 (A-4B) to MASDC as 3A0200 Mar 1, 1970.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				142929 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  in 2010 was on display at USS Lexington Museum, Corpus Christi, 
					TX on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation
				142936 (MSN 11998) to MASDC as 3A0163 Jan 27, 1970.  To Singapore AF as TA-4SU with serial 932
				142940 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				142942 (MSN 12004) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 650
				142948 spotted in wrecked condition at FAE revetment, Airport Lake Range, China Lake, California Aug 2007
				142953 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
142954/143012		Grumman F9F-8T Cougar
				Model G-105.  Redesignated TF-9J in 1962
				142976 up for sale on the web.  Had been in the yard of Chesapeake Mini Storage at Baltimore/Glenn L Martin State Airport. 
					Last reported May 2001.  In 2013 was acquired by Glenn L Martin Aviatin Museum.
				142985 was on display in disrepair at Moulton Field, Tuskegee, Alabama.  Acquired by the Hickory Aviation Museum, North
					Carolina in May 2014.  Arrived on Aug 5, 2014 at the Hickory Aviation Museum, North Carolina.  
143014/143049		Lockheed TV-2 
				T-33A-1-LO transferred from USAF.
				Were formerly USAF serial numbers 56-1647,
				1657, 1655, 1659, 1663, 1667, 1671, 1675, 1679,
				1683, 1687, 1691, 1695, 1699, 1703, 1707, 1711,
				1715, 1719, 1723, 1727, 1731, 1735, 1739, 1744,
				1748, 1752, 1756, 1760, 1764, 1768, 1772, 1776,
				1780, 1784, 1788.  Redesignated T-33B in 1962.
				143026 (USAF 56-1695) crashed Jan 25, 1967.
				143040 to N40186
143050/143133 		Douglas AD-7 Skyraider
				Contract cancelled
143134/143147		Bell HUL-1
				MSN 1602/1615.  Redesignated UH-13P in 1962
				143134 (MSN 1602) to civil registry as N16022
				143136 (MSN 1604) to civil registry as N16041
				143137 (MSN 1605) to civil registry as N18816
				143139 (MSN 1607) to civil registry as N16072
				143140 (MSN 1608) to civil registry as N16082
				143143 (MSN 1611) on display at Robins AFB Museum of Aviation, Georgia in 1985.  At Veterans Park, Sikeston 
					MAP, Missouri Jul 2006.
				143144 (MSN 1612) caught fire while taking off from the icebreaker USS Atka (AGB-3) in Ross Sea, Antarctica
					Dec 1, 1957 and crashed back on flight deck.  Wreckage was pushed overboard
				143145 (MSN 1613) to civil registry as N1898
143148/143171		Bell HTL-6
				MSN 1663/1686.  Redesignated TH-13M in 1962.
				143153 (MSN 1668) to civil registry as N674
				143154 (MSN 1669) to MASDC as 1H0015 Aug 5, 1971.
				143169 (MSN 1684) registered N47ZZ Jan 13, 2006 
				143170 (MSN 1685) at Kermit Weeks Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk City, FL civil registered as N147DP.
143172/143176		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962.
				143172 (MSN 726-7128) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 30 Sep 57. FASRON-108 Brunswick Oct 57-Dec 57; VP-21 Brunswick Dec 57-Sep 60; 
					Alameda Sep 60-Jan 61; Lockheed Burbank Jan 61 -May 61 (P2V-7S conversion); NAHF Alameda May 61-Mar 62; 
					VP-46 North Island Mar 62-Sep 62; VP-19 Alameda Sep 62-Dec 63; NAHF Alameda Dec 63-Oct 64; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Oct 64-Dec 64; VP-17 Whidbey Island Dec 64-Sep 68; VP-2 Whidbey Island Sep 68; 
					VP-1 Whidbey Island Sep 68-Feb 69; VP-42 Whidbey Island Feb 69-Sep 69; NARTU Memphis Sep 69-Nov 70; 
					VP-67 Memphis Now 70-Feb 72; DCASO Brownsville Mar 72-Aug 72; VP-67 Memphis Aug 72-Oct 74 [code PL-1]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Mo nth an AFB 24 Oct 74; SOC 29 May 78.
				143173 (MSN 726-7129) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 17 Oct 57. NARF Norfolk Nov 57; VP-21 Brunswick Nov 57-Nov 60; 
					NARF Alameda Nov 60-Mar 61; Lockheed Burbank Mar 61-Oct 61 (P2V-7S conversion); VX-1 Key West Oct 61-Jan 63; 
					VP-30 Jacksonville Jan 63-Oct 68; NARTU Memphis Oct 68-Apr 69; NAS Los Alamitos Apr 69; 
					NARTU Memphis Apr 69-Nov 70, VP-67 Memphis Nov 70-May 73; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 22 May 73; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 23Jun87.  To N173AM Jul 24, 1987.  
					To Hawkins and Powers Aug 1995 as N173AM.  Put in outside 
					storage.  To Museum of Aviation and Aerial Firefighting museum at Greybull, WY.  To Richard 
					C Camp at Lewes, DE Sep 3, 2008. Current.
				143174 (MSN 726-7130) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 11 Oct 57. VP-21 Brunswick Jan 58-Jan 59; 
					VP-11 Brunswick Jan 59-Jul 60; VP-30 Jacksonville Jul 60-Sep 60; NARF Alameda Sep 60-Jan 61; 
					Lockheed Burbank Jan 61-May 61  (P2V-7S conversion); VP-30 Jacksonville May 61-Nov 68; (in damaged condition from Sep 68); 
					NARF Jacksonville Nov 68-Mar 69; NARF Norfolk Mar 69-Sep 69; Aero Corp Lake City Sep 69-Jan 70; NARTU Alameda Jan 70-Nov 70; 
					VP-66 Willow Grove Nov 70-May 73; VP-65 Point Mugu May 73-Nov 74; .  SOC at Point Mugu Nov 7, 1974
				143175 (MSN 726-7131) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 25 Oct 57. VP-21 Brunswick Jan 5S-Jan 59; 
					VP-11 Brunswick Jan 59-Jul 60; VP-30 Jacksonville Jul 60-Oct 60; NARF Alameda Oct 60-Jul 61; 
					Lockheed Burbank Jul 61-Jan 62 {P2V-7S conversion); NARF Norfolk Jan 62-Apr 62; VP-24 Norfolk Apr 62-May 67; 
					VP-23 Brunswick May 67-Apr 66; VP-21 Brunswick Apr 68-Nov 69; NAS Twin Cities Nov 69-Feb 70;
					 NAS Glenview Feb 70-Nov 70; VP-90 Glenview Nov 70-Feb 74 [code LX-2];
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 13 Feb 74; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 17Sep87
				143176 (MSN 726-7132) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 13 Nov 57. NARF Norfolk Dec 57; 
					VP-21 Brunswick Dec 57-Dec 58; VP-11 Brunswick Dec 5B-Ju! 60; VP-30 Jacksonville Jul 60- Oct 60;
					 NARF Alameda Oct 60-Aug 61; Lockheed Burbank Aug 61-Mar 62 (P2V-7S conversion)] 
					NARF Norfolk Mar 62-Apr 62; VP-24 Norfolk Apr 62-Jun 67; VP-56 Norfolk Jun 67-Apr 68; 
					VP-21 Brunswick Apr 68-Nov 69; NAS South Weymouth Nov 69-Nov 70; VP-92 South Weymouth Nov 70-Aug 74; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 27 Aug 74; SOC 29 May 78. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 25Aug87
143177			Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune 
				MSN 726-7133.  Model 726-45-14.  Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 4 Dec 57. FASRON-116 Alameda Dec 57-Jan 58; SOC Alameda 9 Jan 58.  
					 MAP delivery for JMSDF as 4609. Returned to USA.
143178			Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				MSN 726-7134.  Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 27 Dec 57. NARF Norfolk Jan 58; VP-21 Brunswick Jan 58-Dec 58; 
					VP-11 Brunswick Dec 58-May 60; NARF Alameda May 60-Sep 60; Lockheed Burbank Sep 60-Jan 61 (P2V-7S conversion); 
					NARF Alameda Jan 61-Feb 61; NAS Whidbey Island Feb 61-Aug 61; VP-1 Whidbey Island Aug 61-Oct 61; 
					NAS Whidbey Island Oct 61-Nov 61; VP-46 North Island Nov 61-Jan 63; VP-46 Moffett Jan 63-Mar 63; 
					VP-4 Naha Mar 63-May 64; VP-4 Barbers Point May 64-Jul 66; NARF Alameda Jul 66-Oct 66; 
					VP-42 Whidbey Island Oct 66-Sep 69; NARTU Alameda Sep 69-Oct 70 [code 6G-215]; 
					NAS Willow Grove Oct 70-Nov 70; VP-66 Willow Grove Nov 70-Jul 71; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 12 Jul 71; SOC 16 Jan 73. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 3Oct86
143179/143183		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune 
				for MDAP(?)
143184/143230		Lockheed PO-2W Warning Star
				MSN 1049A-4458/4499, 5500/5504.  Model 1049A.  Redesignated WV-2 before delivery 
					and then redesignated EC-121K in 1962
				143184 converted to EC-121P.  Used by USAF as EC-121D but kept Navy serial.
				143185 to USAF as EC-121R 67-21480
				143186 converted to EC-121P, then converted to EC-121M in 1966.  To MASDC for storage
					Apr 4, 1974.  SOC Sep 26, 1974, scrapped May 21, 1981.
				143187 scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park Oct 1965
				143188 converted to EC-121P in 1963.  To MASDC for storage Apr 1965.
					Converted to EC-121R for USAF as 67-21481 in 1967
				143189 converted to EC-121P and then to JEC-121P for USAF use.
				143190 scrapped at MASDC Oct 9, 1974
				143191 to USAF as EC-121R 67-21482
				143192 scrapped at MASDC Sep 16, 1976
				143193 (MSN 4467) crashed and burned Jan 22, 1961, Midway Island.  Hit seawall debris
					at end of runwhy while landing, sheared off main mount, cartwheeled, slid into
					crash crew truck, exploded and burned.  6 out of 22 on board killed, 3 killed 
					in truck on ground.
				143194 believed to have crashed at Midway Island in late 1959 or early 1960.  Details?
					I have a reference which has this plane as being scrapped at Litchfield
					Park Oct 1965.
				143195 to USAF as EC-121R 67-21483
				143196 to JC-121K in 1961 and used by US Army on bailment to Bell Telephone Laboratories for recording
					of missile reentry data.  Continued to wear BuNo 143196.  To MASDC Dec 19, 1967.  Struck
					off US Navy inventory May 22, 1970.  Scrapped Oct 23, 1974.
				143197 crashed at sea off Hawaii Dec 23, 1957 when power was lost during simulated emergency. 
					19 of 23 on board killed.
				143198 converted to WV-3/WC-121N.  Scrapped Sep 16, 1976
				143199 converted to EC-121P and then to JEC-121P for USAF use.  Scrapped at MASDC in early 1970s.
				143200 lost radome in flight Jan 28, 1958.  Made safe landing at NAS Barbers Point.  Aircraft
					was repaired and returned to service.  Converted to EC-121P in 1964. To MASDC for
					storage Mar 1965.  SOC Jan 1966, and transferred USAF as serial 57-143000, but marked
					as 43200.  Converted to JEC-121P for unknown use.  Returned to MASDC for storage May 1968,
					scrapped there in early 1970s.  
				143201 to NASA as N671NA.  Scrapped at MASDC Oct 23, 1974.
				143202 to USAF as EC-121R 67-21484
				143203 to USAF as EC-121R 67-21485
				143204 converted to EC-121P in the 1960s.  To MASDC for storage Mar 3, 1965.
					SOC Jan 19, 1967.  to USAF as 67-21486
				143205 converted to WV-3/WC-121N then to EC-121P
				143206 converted to EC-121P.  To USAF in 1967 as EC-121R 67-21487
				143207 to USAF as EC-121R 67-21488
				143208 to USAF as EC-121R 67-21489
				143209 converted to WV-2Q/EC-121M
				143210 to USAF as EC-121R 67-21490
				143211 scrapped at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 1965
				143212 scrapped at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 1965
				143213 to USAF as EC-121R 67-21491
				143214 to USAF as EC-121R 67-21492
				143215 converted to EC-121P.  To USAF as EC-121R 67-21493
				143216 to USAF as EC-121R 67-21494
				143217 to USAF as EC-121R 67-21495
				143218 to USAF as EC-121R 67-21496
				143219 converted to EC-121P in 1963.  To MASDC for storage Apr 28, 1965.
					SOC Jan 19, 1967 and transferred to USAF inventory as CK-107.  
					To USAF in 1967 as EC-121R 67-21497
				143220 converted to NC-121K.  Scrapped at MASDC Oct 9, 1974.
				143221 SOC Oct 19, 1973 and transferred to US Navy Museum, Pensacola, FL.
					Now on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
					Damaged by Hurricane Ivan Sep 15/16, 2004
				143222 to USAF as EC-121R 67-21498
				143223 to MASDC for storage May 11, 1965.  To USAF in 1967 as EC-121R 67-21499
				143224 to USAF as EC-121R 67-21500
				143225 scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 1965.
				143226 to USAF as NC-121D 56-6956
				143227 scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 1965
				143228 SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ May 21, 1965.  Scrapped there Oct 1965.
				143229 to NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Jun 1, 1960 for storage.  SOC May 21, 1965, scrapped Oct 1965.
				143230 scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park Oct 1965.
143231			Serial not issued				
143232/143366		Grumman F11F-1 Tiger 
				Model G-98.  Contract cancelled
143367/143387		Grumman F11F-1P Tiger 
				Model G-98.  Photo-reconnsissance.  Contract cancelled.
143388/143392		McDonnell YF4H-1 Phantom  
				Later redesignated F4H-1F and later F-4A-1-MC in 1962
				143388 (MSN 3) bailed to GE Flight Test Sep 1960 for J79 development work. 
					Returned to Navy Feb 1966.  Reported derelict in parking lot at MCAS Quantico.  At Clarksfield, OH. 
					Last noted Nov 2009.  Currently preserved at MCAS Quantico, Virginia
				143389 (MSN 4) SOC at NAF China Lake, CA Aug 21, 1963
				143390 (MSN 5) bailed to Raytheon Corp for tests in 1959.  To VX-5 in 1961.  Caught fire and crashed on takeoff 
					from NOTS China Lake, CA Aug 13, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely.
				143391 (MSN 6) SOC at NATC Aug 17, 1962.
				143392 (MSN 7) SOC at NATC Nov 17, 1961
143393/143400		Douglas F5D-1 Skylancer
				Contract cancelled
143401/143402		Grumman XF12F-1
				Contract cancelled
143403/143492		McDonnell F3H-2 Demon
				MSN 281/370.  Redesignated F-3B in 1962
				143492 is at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
143493/143643		North American FJ-4B Fury 
				Redesignated AF-1E in 1962.
				143493 to VX-5 by Nov 1959
				143494 to VX-5 by Nov 1959
				143515 with VA-212/CVG21
				143522 with VA126 at NAS Miramar
				143535 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				143557 (MSN 204-65) at Georgia Veterans State Park
				143568 C9/n 204-76) on display at NAS Willow Grove, PA
				143573 (VMA-214) involved in midair collision in Hawaii Jun 4, 1959.  Landed and burned at
					Honolulu Apt.
				143575 (MSN 244-83) with FAGU at NAS El Centro.  Airworthy as N400FS of Flight Systems Inc, Newport
					Beach, CA.  Restored by Teton Aviation, ID.
				143591 on display at Opa-Locka Airport, Miami County, Florida.
				143610 (MSN 244-118) in 2010 was on static display at Buffalo Naval Park, New York
				143633 (VA-216) crashed into South China Sea Mar 27, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely and
					was recovered. 
143644/143676		Cancelled contract for North American FJ-4B Fury
143677/143821		Vought F8U-1 Crusader 
				Redesignated F-8A in 1962
				143684 (VF-124) crashed near NAS Dallas Jun 6, 1968.  Pilot ejected.
				143687 crashed near NAS Norfolk Nov 6, 1958.  Pilot ejected.
				143693 converted to DF-8F
				143696 (VMF-122/MAG-32) suffered engine failure and pilot ejected over Virginia Jul 26, 1959.  Pilot remained
					in the air in his parachute and was thrown about in a thunderstorm and came down in North Carolina
				143700 (VF-32) crshed after midair collision Sep 20, 1957.  Pilot ejected.
				143702 (VF-154) crashed Aug 15, 1957.  Pilot ejected.
				143703 aboard USS Hornet Museum, Alameda, CA.
				143704 crashed in Monterey Bay Sep 23, 1957.  Pilot ejected and recovered by helicoper.
				143705 (VC-4) crashed Jun 26, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				143706 crashed at NAS China Lake May 9, 1958.  Pilot ejected
				143708 (VF-211) pilot ejected over Crater Lake, Oregon Aug 26, 1961.  Pilot landed in lake and was
					rescued by rangers.
				143709 (VF-32) crashed at NAS Cecil Apr 24, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				143710 modified as F8U-1T trainer
				143712 (VF-11) crashed Jul 16, 1958.  Pilot ejected.
				143717 (VF-124) crashed Aug 18, 1958.  Pilot ejected
				143719 noted Apr 2004 at Ailes Anciennes Armorique-Group Jean Marie le Bris,
					Vannes, France.  Stripped of all useful parts to keep the French F-8UN flying.
				143721 (VF-32) crashed Nov 6, 1957.  Pilot ejected
				143722 (VF-11) crashed off USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Jun 3, 1960
					when tailhook skipped the wire and plane and pilot were lost 
					off the angle deck.
				143727 (VF-154) crashed into Pacific Ocean after landing problems Nov 19, 1957.  Disappeared while flying back
					to land base.  Pilot killed.
				143728 crashed on east slope of Toro Peak, CA Aug 15, 1962
					during routine training flight.
				143730 converted to DF-8F
				143732 converted to DF-8F
				143733 (VX-3) crashed Sep 5, 1957.  Pilot ejected.
				143736 (VF-103) crashed Nov 1, 1957.  Pilot ejected but at too low a level and was killed.
				143738 converted to DF-8F 
				143740 (VF-174) crashed at NAS Cecil Oct 11, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
				143741 (VF-124) crashed in dry lake bed NW of Lovelock Aug 17, 1960.   Pilot ejected.
				143744 (VF-96) crashed Mar 12, 1958.  Pilot ejected
				143745 (VMF-334) crashed at MCAS El Toro Jan 8, 1960.  Pilot ejected
				143747 (VF-32) crashed Sep 25, 1958.  Pilot ejected
				143754 to storage at MASDC by Nov 1969
				143755 at Miramar NAS, CA marked as 149216
				143757 (VF-32) crashed Apr 10, 1958.  Pilot ejected
				143759 to MASDC 2F0140 Nov 19, 1969.
				143763 (VF-32) crashed at NAS Cecil Nov 17, 1958.  Pilot ejected.
				143765 suffered unintended ejection over Eliot National Forest Jul 10, 1958.  Rescue helicopter crashed
					during the attempted recovery.  All were returned to El Toro in a highway trooper's car.
				143769 noted in 1996 at the Air Station Museum, Arlington, WA.  Also reported as having crashed at NAS Fallon
					Apr 24, 1959.  Pilot ejected.
				143771 converted to DF-8A
				143773 (VF-154) in ramp strike and crashed into Pacific Ocean 400 mi W of Los Angeles Jan 21, 1958.  Pilot killed.
				143774 (VU-4) DBR Apr 3, 1962
				143778 collided in midair with another F-8 (unknown serial) Sep 20, 1962.  Pilot ejected, but pilot of 
					the other F-8 was killed.
				143779 (VF-154) crashed Apr 30, 1958.  Pilot ejected
				143781 (VF-174) crashed Feb 20, 1959.  Pilot ejected.
				143788 crashed at Leeward Point Apr 14, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
				143792 (VF-154) suffered arrestor hook failure during landing on USS Hancock (CVA-19) and went over the
					side Mar 5, 1956.  Pilot egressed from the aircraft and was recovered.
				143793 converted to DF-8F
				143794 (VF-191) crashed at NAS Atsugi in Japan Oct 23, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
				143798 (VF-124) crashed Dec 21, 1959.  Pilot ejected safely
				143801 (VF-154) suffered hydraulic failure during attempted landing on USS Hancock (CFA-19) and crashed
					shortly after boltering off Oahu, Hawaii Mar 5, 1958.  Pilot killed.
				143805 (VF-211) crashed in Western Pacific Ocean Sep 26, 1958 in attempted landing on USS Midway (CVA-41).  
					Pilot ejected  and recovered by helicopter.
				143806 on display at NAS Willow Grove, PA.  Now being restored.
				143808 crashed Jan 31, 1961
				143814 converted to DF-8F
				143820 crashed Jun 18, 1959.  Pilot ejected.
143822/143827		Martin YP6M-1 Seamaster
				MSN YP-1/YP-6.  Order to stop flying these planes was issued
				Mar 9, 1959, with final flight occurring Aug 18, 1959.
				All six examples scrapped when program was cancelled.
143828/143863		Sikorsky HR2S-1 
				cancelled contract
143864/143960		Sikorsky HSS-1 Seabat
				Redesignated H-34A in 1962.
				143864 (MSN 58450)
				143865 (MSN 58451D) to MASDC as HD0075 Jun 22, 1970.  To civil registry as N587HS
				143866 (MSN 58452)
				143867 (MSN 58461) SOC Jun 2, 1969, NARF Pensacola
				143868 (MSN 58474)
				143869 (MSN 58475) to MASDC as HD0149 Mar 12, 1971.
				143870 (MSN 58476) to MASDC as HD0117 Oct 6, 1969.
				143871 (MSN 58477)
				143872 (MSN 58501) to civil registry as N916Z, then CF-ZOF.
				143873 (MSN 58502)
				143874 (MSN 58503)
				143876 (MSN 58526) to Vietnam AF.
				143877 (MSN 58527) wo Sep 8, 1970, NAF Naples
				143878 (MSN 58528)
				143879 (MSN 58529) to Air America as H-71.  Lost in Laos Feb 16, 1971.
				143880 (MSN 58551)
				143881 (MSN 58557)
				143882 (MSN 58558) assigned to NAS Bermuda, arriving Jun 1970.  SOC Feb 17, 1972, NAS Bermuda.  Scrapped
					at Bermuda Mar 24, 1972.
				143883 (MSN 58559) w/o Aug 18, 1960 with Vietnam AF.
				143884 (MSN 58562) to MASDC as HD0148 Mar 12, 1971.  To civil registry as N8049C
				143885 (MSN 58563) to MASDC as HD0189 Mar 5, 1974.
				143886 (MSN 58564) to Vietnam AF, then to Indonesian AF as H-3406.
				143887 (MSN 58565) to MASDC as HD0169 Jul 31, 1971.
				143888 (MSN 58566) 
				143889 (MSN 58569) 
				143890 (MSN 58570) to MASDC as 3H0200 Feb 4, 1972.
				143891 (MSN 58588) to MASDC as HD0165 Jul 10, 1971.
				143892 (MSN 58589) to MASDC as HD0060 Dec 1, 1969.  On display at Minter Field Air Museum, Shafter, California
					in Sept 2011.  
				143893 (MSN 58590)
				143894 (MSN 58591).  To Vietnam AF. 
				143895 (MSN 58592).  To MASDC as HD0118 Jan 15, 1970. Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				143896 (MSN 58596) to MASDC Nov 29, 191.  To Allied aircraft by Oct 1973.
				143897 (MSN 58597)
				143898 (MSN 58598).  Soc Feb 16, 1972.
				143899 (MSN 58599) to Italian Navy as MM143899.  Destroyed in tornado at Maristaeli
					Catania Oct 31, 1964.
				143900 (MSN 58600).  To MASDC as HD0061 Mar 2, 1970.  To Orlando Helicopter Airways
					as N46754.
				143901 (MSN 58620) to Vietnam AF, returned to USA and went on civil registry as N586FR
				143902 (MSN 58621) to Vietnam AF, returned to USA.
				143903 (MSN 58622) to Vietnam AF, returned to USA
				143904 (MSN 58623) to Vietnam AF, returned to USA and to MASDC as 3H0052 in 1969.
				143905 (MSN 58629) to Vietnam AF
				143906 (MSN 58630) SOC Mar 30, 1972, NARF Pensacola.
				143907 (MSN 58631) to Vietnam AF.
				143908 (MSN 58632) SOC Apr 14, 1972, NARF Pensacola.
				143909 (MSN 58633) SOC Mar 13, 1969, NARF Pensacola.
				143910 (MSN 58634) W/o with HT-8 Aug 5, 1965 in formation crash with 143923 and 139023, 
					Ellyson Field, Florida.
				143911 (MSN 58646) to Air America as H-72.  Lost in Laos Oct 1, 1971.
				143912 (MSN 58647)
				143913 (MSN 58648)
				143914 (MSN 58649)
				143915 (MSN 58650)
				143916 (MSN 58654) to Vietnam AF, then to Indonesian AF
				143917 (MSN 58655)
				143918 (MSN 58656) converted to SH-34J.  Crashed near Blythe, CA Apr 4, 1966.  3 killed.
					Cause was a malfunction of the main rotor head orn lock assembly.
				143919 (MSN 58657)
				143920 (MSN 58658) to civil registry as N33EA, CF-KGO, OB-T-1041, N439DS,
					C-GUSD, N439DS, C-GUSD, N439DS.  
				143921 (MSN 58665) 
				143922 (MSN 58666)
				143923 (MSN 58667) with HT-8 w/o in formation crash with 139023 and 143910 Aug 5, 1965 
					near Eglin AFB.
				143924 (MSN 58668) to Vietnam AF. W/o May 11, 1970.
				143925 (MSN 58669) to Vietnam AF.
				143926 (MSN 58676) 
				143927 (MSN 58677)
				143928 (MSN 58678)
				143929 (MSN 58679) to MASDC as HD0119 Jan 6, 1971.
				143930 (MSN 58694) SOC Feb 16, 1972, NARF Pensacola, FL
				143931 (MSN 58695) to Vietnam AF
				143932 (MSN 58696)
				143933 (MSN 58697)
				143934 (MSN 58698) to Uruguay Naval Avatiion as A-061 in 1971.
					W/o Nov 4, 1971 in midair collision with MSN 58-722.
				143935 (MSN 58699) SOC Jan 12, 1972.
				143936 (MSN 58706) to MASDC as HD0179 to Maryland State Police as N62292.
				143937 (MSN 58707) to MASDC as HD0120 Jun 7, 1970.  To civil registry as N85128. Now
					stored at El Dorado Aircraft Supplies.
				143938 (MSN 58708)
				143939 (MSN 58709) to MASDC as HD0150 Mar 12, 1971.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC Aug 28, 2000.
					At Midway Restoration Hangar NAS North Island, CA in 2006.  Loaded
					aboard the ship May 26, 2006 and is now on display.
				143940 (MSN 58710) to Italian navy as MM143940.  Destroyed in tornado at Maristaeli
					Catania Oct 31, 1964.
				143942 (MSN 58723)
				143943 (MSN 58724)
				143944 (MSN 58725) to MASDC as HD0121 May 9, 1969.  To civil registry as N46918
				143945 (MSN 58726) w/o due to damage sustained Mar 26, 1970.
				143946 (MSN 58742) to MASDC as HD0122.  To civil registry as N54524
				143947 (MSN 58743) 
				143948 (MSN 58744)
				143949 (MSN 58745) to Italian Navy as MM143949.  Destroyed in tornado at Maristaeli Catania
					Oct 31, 1964.
				143950 (MSN 58746) SOC May 11, 1973.
				143951 (MSN 58751) 
				143952 (MSN 58752) to Air America as H-73.  Lost in Laos, date uncertain.
				143953 (MSN 58753) 
				143954 (MSN 58754) to MASDC as HD0123 Dec 16, 1969.  To civil register as N72RH
				143955 (MSN 58759) 
				143956 (MSN 58760)
				143957 (MSN 58761) to MASDC as HD0076 May 5, 1969.  To civil registry as N9043N
				143958 (MSN 58762)
				143959 (MSN 58767) to MASDC as HD0077 Sep 11, 1969.
				143960 (MSN 58768)
143961/143983		Sikorsky HUS-1 Seahorse
				143961 (MSN 58457).  W/o May 13, 1968.
				143962 (MSN 58-458)
				143963 (MSN 58459) to US Army as 55-5241.
				143965 (MSN 58464) w/o Feb 4, 1969 in collision with UH-34D 150212 over Marble
					Mountain Air BAse, Vietnam.  4 KIA.
				143966 (MSN 58465) w/o Jan 18, 1967, Da Nang, Vietnam due to damage sustained Dec 25, 1966.
				143967 (MSN 58466) to MASDC as 3H222 Jun 1, 1970.  To Indonesian AF in 1978.
				143968 (MSN 58467) w/o Feb 26, 1967, Dong Ha
				143969 (MSN 58468)
				143970 (MSN 58473)
				143971 (MSN 58483) to civil registry as N90479.  Scrapped 1988.
				143972 (MSN 58484) to civil registry as N90480
				143973 (MSN 58485) w/o Jan 31, 1968, NSA Saigon
				143974 (MSN 58486) destroyed Dec 6, 1966 in Southeast Asia
				143975 (MSN 58489) to US Army as 55-5242.
				143976 (MSN 58490) to US Army as 55-5259.
				143977 (MSN 58491) to MASDC as 3H0201.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				143978 (MSN 58492) to US Army as 55-5260.
				143979 (MSN 58493) SOC Oct 15, 1970, MARTD Alameda
				143980 (MSN 58496) to MASDC as 3H0200 Feb 4, 1972.
				143981 (MSN 58514) to Vietnam AF.
				143982 (MSN 58515) to MASDC as 3H0218 Dec 23, 1969.  To Indonesian AF.
				143983 (MSN 58516) to US Army as 55-5261.
143984/144116		Beech T-34B Mentor
				MSN BG.291/BG.423
				143984 (MSN BG.291) currently N341GB, registration N342DR reserved Dec 22, 2005
				143985 (MSN BG.292) became N4028E
				143986 (MSN BG.293) to MASDC as 4T0110 May 25, 1976
				143988 (MSN BG.295) to N190.  To Department of the Navy Nov 30, 1993 as N15MC.  Current with Air Heritage.
				143989 (MSN BG.296) registration N87798 reserved but NTU.
				143990 (MSN BG.297) to N4028A
				143991 (MSN BG.298) to N16871
				143992 (MSN BG.299) to civil registry as N86412
				143994 (MSN BG.301) to N7945C
				143995 (MSN BG.302) to N662
				143996 (MSN BG.303) became N20685
				143997 (MSN BG.304) to N34MN
				143999 (MSN BG.306) to N68628
				144000 (MSN BG.307) to civil registry as CS-DGB, operated by Direccao Geral de Aeronautical Civil.
				144001 (MSN BG.308) to civil registry as N14515.  Cancelled Mar 31, 2004 at 'owner's request'
				144003 (MSN BG.310) to MASDC as 4T0083 Nov 1, 1970.
					Currently N134GB, registration N334JP reserved Feb 14, 2005,
					taken up Mar 2, 2005.
				144005 (MSN BG.312) to civil registry as CS-DGC, then N134SM
				144006 (MSN BG.313) to N4900S
				144007 (MSN BG.314) to N46964
				144008 (MSN BG.315) to N7810B
				144009 (MSN BG.316) to N74020
				144010 (MSN BG.317) to civil registry as CS-DGD, then N664DB
				144011 (MSN BG.318) to N10319
				144012 (MSN BG.319) became N1440L
				144015 (MSN BG.322) to N101Z
				144016 (MSN BG.323) to N102Z, then N102ZL
				144017 (MSN BG.324) to Uruguayan AF as FAU 677.
				144018 (MSN BG.325) registered N2086U November 1993.  Seen in 2005 in Fred Weisbrod
					Aviation Museum, Pueblo, CO
				144020 (MSN BG.327) to N106Z, later to N18PS.
				144022 (MSN BG-329) assigned to NASA Lewis Research Center, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH.
					Registered as N614NA; sale reported Aug 27, 1998, cancelled Jul 10, 2013.
				144027 (MSN BG.334) to N107Z
				144028 (MSN BG.335) to N6888C
				144029 (MSN BG.336) to N135Z
				144030 (MSN BG.337) became N349MF.
				144033 (MSN BG.340) noted on display at Naval Aviation Museum, NAS Pensacola, Florida Nov 1979.  On display
					at Robins AFB Museum of Aviation, Georgia in 1985.  To civil registry as N134RR in 1997 and current in 2014.
				144034 (MSN BG.341) to N1538
				144035 (MSN BG.342) seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  To N31365.  
				144037 (MSN BG.344) to N158Z, then N158ZL
				144038 (MSN BG.345) to N13616
				144039 (MSN BG.346) to N4824
				144040 (MSN BG.347) to N159Z, then N159ZL, then to National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				144041 (MSN BG.348) ton N16116, then became N2079A, later N85995
				144042 (MSN BG.349) to N9280Z
				144043 (MSN BG.350) registered N331GK November 1993
				144044 (MSN BG-351) to civil registry as N4579P.  Noted Mar 2006
					at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				144045 (MSN BG.352) to N8260E
				144047 (MSN BG-354) to MASDC as 4T0072 Mar 30, 1977, later to TD0014.
					Became N50723, then N23NE Jan 8, 1980, then C-FMDM
					Sep 1982, then N344SG Jul 6, 2000
				144048 (MSN BG.355) to N8229E, then N157ZL, then to National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				144049 (MSN BG.356) to N12427
				144050 (MSN BG.357) to N9052R
				144051 (MSN BG.358) to MASDC as 4T0074 Oct 1, 1970.  Became N8NV, owned by North Island Navy Flying Club.   Crashed
					5.8 nm S of Julian, CA May 18, 2001.  Both crew killed.
				144052 (MSN BG.359) to N46966 of US Navy Flying Club, Newport, RI
				144053 (MSN BG.360) to N8225E
				144054 (MSN BG.361) to N8230E
				144055 (MSN BG.362) to civil registry as N162WB.
				144056 (MSN BG.363) to N8227E
				144057 (MSN BG.364) to N1001H
				144058 (MSN BG.365) to N10381
				144059 (MSN BG.366) to N4738C
				144060 (MSN BG.367) to N4739C
				144061 (MSN BG.368) to N10317
				144062 (MSN BG.369) to N8663E
				144064 (MSN BG.371) became N87641 February 1994.
				144066 (MSN BG-373) to Honduras AF as 1610.  Sold to N175EA
				144067 (MSN BG-374) to N4947C
				144068 (MSN BG.375) to N14406
				144070 (MSN BG.377) to N9980Q
				144071 (MSN BG.378) became N8767V.  AT USS Midway Museum, NAS North Island Feb 2008 on trailer.
				144072 (MSN BG.379) to N8226E
				144074 (MSN BG.381) to N31810
				144075 (MSN BG.382) to N16870
				144076 (MSN BG.383) to N8228E
				144077 (MSN BG.384) to N4946C
				144078 (MSN BG.385) to N798Z
				144079 (MSN BG.386) to N1368
				144080 (MSN BG.387) to N8250E
				144081 (MSN BG.388) to N800Z
				144083 (MSN BG.390) to N8456
				144084 (MSN BG.391) to N10311
				144085 (MSN BG.392) became N111JH.
				144086 (MSN BG.393) became N8763K.
				144091 (MSN BG.398) to N736S
				144093 (MSN BG.400) to N793.
				144095 (MSN BG.402) to MASDC as 4T0087 Nov 1, 1970.  Registered as N245Z
				144097 (MSN BG.404) to MASDC as 4T0114 Jul 20, 1976
				144098 (MSN BG.405) to N5543
				144099 (MSN BG.406) to MASDC as 4T0078 Jan 1, 1970
				144101 (MSN BG.408) to N3403F
				144102 (MSN BG.409) to N8457
				144103 (MSN BG.410) to N74076
				144104 (MSN BG.411) initially sold as N75MC. To Honduras AF as FAH 1611.  Crashed Jun 25, 1999
				144106 (MSN BG.413) to N8458
				144107 (MSN BG.414) to N9053R
				144109 (MSN BG.416) to N363MD
				144110 (MSN BG.417) to N12411
				144111 (MSN BG.418) to N9056R
				144112 (MSN BG.419) to N126Z
				144114 (MSN BG.421) to N2626B
				144115 (MSN BG.422) to MASDC as 4T0081 Nov 1, 1970
				144116 (MSN BG.423) to N9059R
144117/144216		Lockheed T2V-1 Seastar
				Model 1080-91-08.  Redesignated T-1A in 1962.
				144153 crashed in field near NAS Anacosta Oct 26, 1960.
				144200 to MASDC as 1T0055.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
144217/144218		North American YT2J-1 Buckeye
				Later redesignated YT-2A
144219/144222		North American T2J-1
				Later redesignated T-2A
				144221 (MSN 249-5) to MASDC  
144223/144236		Temco TT-1 Pinto
				MSN TE-1/TE-14
				144223 to civil registry as N556K, registered Aug 20 1992, current
				144226 to civil registry as N7752A
				144227 to civil registry as N8K.   DBF Jul 19, 1987 after engine fameout force landed short of runway and
					consumed by fire.
				144229 to civil registry as N2649B.  Not registered 
				144232 to civil registry as N22Z.  Registered Jan 23, 1980, expired Sep 30, 2013.
				144233 reported at Breckenridge, TX Apr 9, 2008.  Rebuilt as Ezell Jet 1 (EJ-1) and now registered 
					as N4229 Model EJ-1 MSN 01.  Registered Jun 3, 1968, cancelled Dec 14, 1976 on export to Phillipines
				144234 to civil registry as N4486L.  Registered Oct 11, 1984 as a Temco/Lazier TT-1, MSN 12, expired Dec 31, 2012.
				144235 to civil registry as N1110X, reengined with GE J-85 (CH-610) listed as "Super Pinto" T-610-4.
					Sold Jun 12, 2000 registered as N13PJ Oct 2, 2000, MSN 13, current with World Heritage Air Museum 
				144236 to civil registry as N2695B, registered Apr 28 1993, current
144237/144238		Goodyear ZPG-2 
				contract cancelled
144239/144241		Goodyear ZS2G-1 
144242/144243		Goodyear ZPG-3W Vigilance
				144242 delivered to US Navy Sep 24, 1959.  Crashed nose-first into Atlantic off Barnegat City, NJ Jul 6, 1960.
					18 of 21 on board killed.
				144243 delivered to US Navy Jun 19, 1959.  Ripped to minimize damage Fab 13, 1960 when a sudden gust of wind
					overturned one of the handling "mules".  A line snapped and the ship hit the hangar doors while docking
					at South Waymouth.  Repaired.  Last flight was May 5, 1960 from South Weymouth to Lakehurst, NJ.  Control
					car was stored for many years at NAS Lakehurst.  Now in storage at National Museum of Naval Aviation at NAS
					Pensacola, FL.
144244/144258		Sikorsky HRS-3
				For US Marine Corps.  Redesignated CH-19E in 1962.  Redesignated CH-1E in 1962.
				144244 (MSN 55919) delivered to US Navy Mar 26, 1956
				144245 (MSN 55920) delivered to US Navy Mar 20, 1956
				144246 (MSN 55921) delivered to US Marine Corps Mar 20, 1956.  W/o Mar 18, 1958
				144247 (MSN 55929) delivered to US Marine Corps Apr 16, 1956.   Transferred to US Navy 1958.  SOC Sep 22, 1964 
				144248 (MSN 55930) delivered to US Marine Corps Jul 17, 1956
				144249 (MSN 55931) delivered to US Marine Corps Apr 16, 1956
				144250 (MSN 55938) delivered to US Marine Corps Apr 16, 1956.  Transferred to US Navy Dec 1966.
					SOC Aug 17, 1967.  To civil registry as N49234, cancelled Aug 15, 2013.
				144251 (MSN 55949) delivered to US Navy Apr 16, 1956
				144252 (MSN 55989) delivered to US Marine Corps Aug 27, 1956.  Transferred to US Navy.  Stoed at AMARC 
					Feb 1, 1967.  SOC Jun 30, 1967.  To civil registry as N7858 with Aircraft Specialties, cancelled Aug 29, 1974.
				144253 (MSN 55990) delivered to US Marine Corps Aug 28, 1956
				144254 (MSN 551056) delivered to US Marine Corps Feb 19, 1957.  To HMR-262, HMR-263.  W/o Apr 23, 1957.
				144255 (MSN 551057) delivered to US Marine Corps Feb 19, 1957.  To HMR-263.  Transferred to US Navy Sep 7, 1960.
					To HU-4.  W/o near McMurdo, Antarctica Dec 18, 1963.
				144256 (MSN 551065) delivered to US Navy Mar 9, 1957.  Stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona Sep 1964.
					Returned to service in 1965.  SOC Sep 5, 1967
				144257 (MSN 551066) delivered to US Marine Corps Mar 9, 1957.  Transferred to US Navy Jun 4, 1957.
					Crashed in Antarctica Feb 12, 1959.  Crew OK, but aircraft not recovered.
				144258 (MSN 551074 ?) delivered to US Navy Mar 25, 1957.  SOC Aug 1, 1967.
144259/144261		De Havilland Canada UC-1 Otter
				144259 (MSN 60) delivered to US Navy Jan 6, 1955, assigned to VX-6.  Damaged during offloading from ship 
					USS Glacier at McMurdo to assist in rescue of downed aircrew from 144260 Feb 10, 1956. SOC.
				144260 (MSN 62) delivered to US Navy Jan 6, 1955, assigned to VX-6.  Crashed into summit of mountain on Edward VII
					Peninsula in Antarctica Feb 3, 1956.  Noone was injured.  Survivors walked 40 miles of the 110 miles
					back to Little America V before being rescued by a VX-6 helicopter.
				144261 (MSN 66) delivered to US Navy Mar 18, 1955, assigned to VX-6.  Crashed Jul 2, 1956
144262/144267		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				cancelled contract
144268/144270		Sikorsky HRS-3
				for Spanish Navy under MDAP
				144268 (MSN 551029) delivered to US Navy Jan 23, 1957.  To Spanish Navy as Z.1-8 in 1957.
				144269 (MSN 551030) delivered to US Navy Jan 15, 1957.  To Spanish Navy as Z.1-9 in 1957
				144270 (MSN 551041) delivered to US Navy Jan 30, 1957.  To Spanish Navy as Z.1-10 in 1957
144271/144376		Grumman F9F-8 Cougar
				Model G-99.  Redesignated F-9J in 1962
				144272 to QF-9J, later to TAF-9J.  SOC Dec 20, 1973.
				144275 was displayed for many years at City of Richmond, Virginia's Visitor Center Travelland, but was 
					deteriorating.  Donated back to US Navy and transported to NAS Patuxent River, MD for
					display at the museum.  Was incorrectly marked as 144276.
				144280 converted to QF-9J. SOC Oct 8, 1968.
				144288 to QF-9J.  SOC Aug 11, 1972.
				144289 converted to QF-9J. SOC Jun 26, 1969.
				144290 converted to QF-9J. SOC due damage May 27, 1970.
				144295 converted to QF-9J. SOC Feb 6, 1970.
				144297 converted to QF-9J. SOC Dec 3, 1968.
				144300 converted to QF-9J. SOC Oct 3, 1968.
				144312 converted to QF-9J. SOC due damage Sep 23, 1971.
				144318 converted to QF-9J. SOC Jun 24, 1969.
				144334 with VA-126
				144343 converted to QF-9J. SOC Jul 10, 1968.
				144334 with VA-126
				144345 converted to QF-9J. SOC Jul 23, 1968.
				144347 to QF-9J
				144352 converted to QF-9J. SOC Jun 3, 1968.
				144363 converted to QF-9J. SOC Aug 11, 1972.
				144365 engine blew up after takeoff from NAS Chase Field, Beeville, TX Jul 8, 1959 and
					belly-landed.  Pilot walked away OK.  This plane is also listed as being in the
					collection of the National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Displayed at the Florida 
					Welcome Center off I-10 AL/FL State line, eastbound. ‘Blue Angels’ color scheme code ‘1’. Wears false marks of 131205. 
					Last noted Nov 2009.
				144366 converted to QF-9J.  SOC Nov 19, 1973.
				144373 converted to QF-9J. SOC Jul 19, 1968.
144377/144426		Grumman F9F-8P Cougar
				Model G-99.  Redesignated RF-9J in 1962
				144388 stripped airframe exists in private collection in Ohio.  Noted at Estrella Warbirds Museum, Paso Robles,
					California in Jan 2012.
				144402 was at National Warplane Museum, Genesco, NY.  Moved to MAPS Air Museum, North Canton, Ohio
				144426 (MSN 110) to MASDC as 3F0093.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
144427/144606		Vought F8U-1 Crusader 
				redesignated F-8A in 1962.
				144427 converted to DF-8F in 1963.  To MASDC as 2F0185 Dec 7, 1970.
					Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				144433 (VF-211) crashed near Moffett Field, California Apr 3, 1958.  Pilot ejected too low and was killed.
				144435 at NAF R&D China Lake by Nov 1959.
				144439 (DF-8A) crashed in water off NAS Barbers Point
				144440 (VMF-122) crashed over Atlantic Ocean off South Carolina Coast Aug 11, 1959.  Pilot ejected but was
					killed when parachute failed to deploy.
				144441 (VF-124) crashed at Yuma Feb 17, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
				144442 crashed at NAS Miramar Jan 25, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				144443 converted to DF-8F
				144448 crashed at NAS Alameda following midair collision with F8U-1 144451 Mar 23, 1959.  
					Pilot ejected safely.
				144451 crashed at NAS Alameda following midair collision with F8U-1 144448 Mar 23, 1959.  
					Pilot ejected safely.
				144452 (VF-211) crashed at MCAS Yuma Oct 16, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
				144455 (VF-211) crshed May 11, 1958.  Pilot ejected.
				144449 converted to DF-8F
				144456 converted to DF-8F
				144459 (VF-196) crashed over water Apr 29, 1959.  Pilot ejected.
				144460 (VF-103) crashed Jan 9, 1959 on island of Sardinia during 1958-59 Mediterranean
					cruise of USS Forrestal (CVA-59).  Pilot ejected safely.
				144462/144606 cancelled
144607/144625		Vought F8U-1P Crusader 
				redesignated RF-8A in 1962.
				144607 at Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
				144608 converted to RF-8G. Lost at sea Dec 13, 1972 whilst with VFP-63.  Returning from a mission pilot was landing 
					on USS Oriskany When he hit The rear of the flight deck while trying to catch a wire. It severed the landing 
					gear & the aircraft slid across the angle deck & over the side into the ocean. He ejected & was rescued 
					by Navy helicopter.  John Glenn set world speed record in this jet.
				144611 (VF-111) damaged by AAA over Vinh, Nghe An Province, NVN Apr 9, 1966.  Managed to fly out to sea.  Was
					going to land at Da Nang but aircraft became uncontrollable and pilot ejected but drowned.
				144614 to AMARC as 2F0435 Jan 30, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				144616 (VFP-63) shot down by AAA over Laos Mar 28, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
				144617 (MSN 5533) at El Toro MCAS, CA.  Now on display at
					Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar CA.  Was at one time used as chase plane
					at Edwards AFB as N110NR (or N110NA ?) 
				144618 to MASDC as 2F0423 Apr 15, 1982.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				144620 (VFP-63) crashed into South China Sea due to control failure Oct 3, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				144622 with VFP-62 aboard USS Shangri-La (CVG-10)
				144623 (VFP-63) shot down by AAA 5 mi from Quang Yen near border of Quang Ninh Province, NVN Sep 21, 1967.
					Pilot ejected and became POW.
				144624 (VFP-62) crashed into sea over Gulf of Tonkin Sep 6, 1966.  Pilot killed.
144626/144629		Douglas A3D-2 Skywarrior 
				MSN 12024/12027.  Redesignated A-3B in 1962.
				144626 (VAH-5) lost in flight while operating from USS Forrestal Nov 1962
				144627 (VAH-4) hit by ground fire while en route to mine the Kien Quiang River, North Vietnam Mar 8, 1967.
					Crashed off coast 15 mi E of Ron, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam.  All 3 killed.
				144628 converted by NARF Alameda to KA-3B Aug 1967 then to EKA-3B Oct 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0100 May 3, 1974.
					Scrapped at AMARC
				144629 (VAH-1) lost in flight while operated from USS Independence Oct 1960.
144630/144654		Sikorsky HUS-1 Seahorse
				Redesignated UH-34E in 1962.
				144630 (MSN 58517) to US Army as 55-5248.  
				144631 (MSN 58518) SOC Aug 14, 1972, NARF Pensacola
				144632 (MSN 58522) to civil registry as N42149.
				144633 (MSN 58523)
				144634 (MSN 58524) SOC Jul 6, 1972, NARF Norfolk.  To Chicago Helicopter as N69CH
				144635 (MSN 58535) to MASDC as 3H0204 Dec 3, 1970.
				144636 (MSN 58536) to civil registry as N90934.
				144637 (MSN 58537) to Air America as H-27, then to Vietnam AF, and then to Laotian AF
				144638 (MSN 58538) to Air America as H-28.
				144639 (MSN 58542) to USAF as 60-6913.
				144640 (MSN 58543)
				144641 (MSN 58544)
				144642 (MSN 58552) to US Army as 55-5249.
				144643 (MSN 58571) to US Army as 55-5250.
				144644 (MSN 58572) to US Army as 55-5243
				144645 (MSN 58573)
				144646 (MSN 58577) SOC Oct 14, 1971.  To civil registry as N64780.
				144647 (MSN 58578) to US Army as 55-5244.
				144648 (MSN 58579) to US Army as 55-5251. 
				144649 (MSN 58604) to MASDC as 3H216 Nov 2, 1969.
				144650 (MSN 58605)
				144651 (MSN 58606)
				144652 (MSN 58607)
				144653 (MSN 58608) to US Army as 55-5252.  To Air America.  To Vietnam AF
					Lost in Laos Nov 30, 1968.  7 KIA.
				144654 (MSN 58612) crashed into sea 3 mi off Da Nang, SVN Mar 26, 1968.  7 killed, 2 rescued.
144655/144662		Sikorsky HUS-1A Seahorse
				Model 58.  Redesignated UH-34E in 1962.
				144655 (MSN 58510) SOC May 27, 1969, NARF Pensacola
				144656 (MSN 58511)
				144657 (MSN 58545) SOC 1969 NARF Pensacola.  To civil registry with Carson Services, 
					Perkasie, PA in 1969 as spare parts source.  Registered N9468 Dec 8, 1970 and expired Jun 30, 2013.
				144658 (MSN 58546) w/o with VX-6 Dec 23, 1962 at McMurdo Sound, Antarctica.  The engine over-sped, shedding
					fan blades from the big cooling fan mounted on the prop shaft, cutting fuel and hydraulic lines in
					the clutch compartment, resulting in a fire which could not be put out, so a Seabee on his cat
					pushed over the side of a hill.
				144659 (MSN 58580)
				144660 (MSN 58581)
				144661 (MSN 58613)  assigned to VX-6.  SOC and sold as PT-HFV.  W/o Marana Island Mar 1976.
				144662 (MSN 58614) 
144663/144665		Cessna OE-1 Bird Dog 
				Designation given to L-19Es acquired from Army.
				144663 was ex 56-4173
				144664 was ex 56-4174
				144665 was not transferred.
144666/144668		Sikorsky HRS-3 
				For Spanish Navy.  MSNs and delivery dates from Helis.com
				144666 (MSN 551064) delivered to US Navy Mar 12, 1957.  To Spanish Navy as Z.1-11 in 1957
				144667 (MSN 551075) delivered to US Navy Apr 23, 1957.  To Spanish Navy as Z.1-12 in 1957
				144668 (MSN 551088) delivered to US Navy Nov 29, 1957.  To Spanish Navy as Z.1-13 in 1957.  (Sometimes
					referred to as 144688)
144669/144674		de Havilland Canada UC-1A Otter
				Purchased for use in Operation Deep Freeze in Antarctica.  
				144669 (MSN 148) assigned to VX-6.  Loaned to Belgian government as OO-HAD in 1967.  Crashed at South
					African SANAE station in Antarctic Feb 9, 1970. and written off  Some parts
					recovered and used in restoration of OO-SUD which is in the Royal Army Museum
					in Brussels, Belgium.
				144670 (MSN 151) delivered to US Navy Sep 28, 1956.  Still flying at NAS Patuxent River, MD.  
				144671 (MSN 158) to Navy Test Pilot school Nov 29, 1974 and SOC without ever being flown.
					Went to Army National Guard 162nd ATB of Connecticut ANG.  In 1979, returned to
					Navy at the Test pilot School and sold shortly thereafter to civil market.
					Trucked to Calgary, Alberta, but destroyed in hangar fire May 14, 1983. 
				144672 (MSN 160) assigned to VX-6.  Redesignated NU-1B, and then assigned to Test Pilot Training School,
					NATC Patuxent River, Maryland.  Assigned to Naval Air Training Command at Pensacola.   Now on display at
					National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.  Heavily damaged by Hurricane Ivan Sep 15/16, 2004.  
					Has been restored.
				144673 (MSN 163) assigned to VX-6.  Crashed into hill at Marble Point in Antarctica Apr 1, 1959.  Both crew killed.
				144674 (MSN 166) to delivered to US Navy Oct 24, 1965, assigned to VX-6.  Transferred to Army National Guard, 
					then to Civil Air Patrol Sep 9, 1977 as N5348G.  Cancelled on export to Canada Nov 30, 1978.
					Sold to Sioux Narrows Airways of Winnepeg, Canada as C-GGSL.  Has been re-engined with Polish PZL engine.			
144675/144680		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune 
				MSN 726-7146/7151.  Model 726-045-14.  MAP delivery for JMSDF Jun 1958.   Assembled in Japan by Kawasaki
				144675 JMSDF 4611.  Returned to USA
				144676 JMSDF 4612.  Returned to USA
				144677 JMSDF 4613.  Returned to USA
				144678 JMSDF 4614.  W/o Jul 17, 1965
				144679 JMSDF 4615.  Returned to USA
				144680 JMSDF 4616.  Returned to USA		  
144681/144684		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962.
				144681 (MSN 726-7158) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 25 Nov 58. VP-21 Brunswick Feb 59-Jan 61 {listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-56 Norfolk Jan 61-Jun 68; VP-56 Patuxent River Jun 68; VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Jun 68-Oct 68; 
					NAS Olathe Oct 68-Jan 70; NARTU Memphis Jan 70-Nov 70; VP-67 Memphis Nov 70-Feb 72; DCASO Brownsville Feb 72-Jan 73;
					 VP-67 Memphis Jan 73-Aug 74 [code PL-11];
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 28 Aug 74; SOC 29 May 78. Transferred to USAF 2May80.
					Flying with Neptune Aviation Services, Missoula, MT 
					as N4235N, flying as Tanker 10.  Reported substantially damaged at Billings, MT Aug 14, 2007.  
					Still current as N4235N
				144682 (MSN 726-7159) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 31 Oct 58. VP-19 Alameda Dec 5B-Apr 63 {listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-1 Whidbey Apr 63-Feb 64; VP-17 Whidbey Island Feb 64-Sep 66; VP-1 Whidbey Island Sep 66-Mar 67; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Mar 67-Jan 69, VP-42 Whidbey Island Jan 69; VP-31 North Island Jan 69-Oct 69; 
					NAS Los Alamitos Oct 69-Nov 70; VP-65 Point Mugu Nov 70-Mar 73.  SOC at Point Mugu Mar 30, 1973
				144683 (MSN 726-7160) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 31 Oct 5B. VP-19 Alameda Dec 58-Jun 63 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					NARF Alameda Jun 63-Oct 63; VP-28 Barbers Point Oct 63-Dec 64; VP-2 Whidbey Island Dec 64-Aug 67; 
					NARF Alameda Aug 67-Mar 68; VP-42 Whidbey Island Mar 68-Sep 69; NAS Glenview Sep 69-Nov 70;
					 VP-90 Glenview Nov 70-Feb 74 [code LX-4]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 1 Feb 74; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 5Feb87
				144684 (MSN 726-7161) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 31 Oct 58. VP-19 Alameda Dec 58-Jun 63 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					NARF Alameda Jun 63-Nov 63; VP-28 Barbers Point Nov 63-Dec 64; VP-2 Whidbey Island Dec 64-Sep 67; 
					NARF Alameda Sep 67-Dec 67; VP-1 Whidbey Island Dec 67-Mar 69; VP-42 Whidbey Island Mar 69-Sep 69; 
					NARTU Alameda Sep 69-Sep 70; NARTU Whidbey Island Sep 70-Nov 70; VP-69 Whidbey Island Nov 70-Aug 74 [code PJ-11]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 23 Aug 74; SOC 29 May 79. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 3Feb87
144685/144692		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune 
				MSN 726-7136/7143.  For French Aeronavale.  Usually still displaying US Navy serial and the last 3 digits as French serial.
				144685 (MSN 726-7136) reported preserved at Seifertshofen Museum / Schwabisches Bauern und Technik Museum, Germany 
					Aug 1988.
				144686 (MSN 726-7137) to French Aeronavale Apr 26, 1973 and served at Papeete/Tahiti
				144688 (MSN 726-7139) now on display at Musee de Tradition de l'Aeronautique Navale at Rochefort-Soubise
				144689 (MSN 726-7140) SOC Apr 1, 1958 on transfer to French Navy.
				144690 (MSN 726-7141) SOC Apr 17, 1958 on transfer to French Navy
				144691 (MSN 726-7142) SOC Apr 24, 1958 on transfer to French Navy.
					To Dutch Navy Oct 25, 1965.  Scrapped May 13, 1976
				144692 (MSN 726-7143) SOC May 13, 1958 on transfer to French Navy.
					To Dutch Navy Oct 25, 1965 as 216.  Put on display as gate guard Jul 11, 1980 at Valkenburg, Netherlands 
144693/144695		Bell HTL-3 
				For Brazil under MAP.
				144693 MSN 618 FAB 8500
				144694 MSN 651 FAB 8502
				144695 MSN 652 FAB 8501
144696/144731		Grumman S2F-1 Tracker
				Model G-89.  MSN 657/692.
				144696 to Italian AF as MM144696
				144697 (MSN 658) to Italian AF as MM144697.  Crashed Apr 27, 1961 into water at Augusta Bay. (Siracusa), Italy 
					during training for engine failure
				144698 (MSN 659) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4148
				144699 (MSN 660) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4149
				144700 (MSN 661) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4150
				144701 (MSN 662) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4151
				144702 to Italian AF as MM144702
				144703 (MSN 664) to Italian AF as MM144703.  Crashed Apr 10, 1964 at Valguarnera(Enna), Italy
				144705 (MSN 666) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4152, Registration N214AK assigned Jan 27, 1978 but ntu, 
					cancelled Feb 16, 2011. Stripped for parts and derelict Kanoya AFB, Japan by Mar 1979
					Tanker # 175 [ntu] State of Alaska.
				144706 (MSN 667) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4153
				144707 (MSN 668) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4154
				144709 to MASDC as 1S0167 Oct 31, 1968.
				144710 (MSN 671) to Italian AF as MM144710.  Preserved at the military base, Naples Airport, Italy
				144711 (MSN 672) to Italian AF as MM144711.  Code 41-34
					Crashed Mar 23, 1976 Camaldoli (Napoli). Ground impact during an IMC approach.
				144712 (MSN 673) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4155, Registration N208AK assigned Jan 27, 1978 but ntu, 
					cancelled Feb 16, 2011. Stripped for parts and derelict Kanoya AFB, Japan by Mar79
					Tanker # 179 [ntu] State of Alaska.
				144713 (MSN 674) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4156
				144714 (MSN 675) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4157, Registration N211AK assigned Jan 27, 1978 but ntu, 
					cancelled Feb 16, 2011. Stripped for parts and derelict Kanoya AFB, Japan by Mar 1979
					Tanker # 178 [ntu] State of Alaska	
				144715 to MASDC as 1S0169 Nov 20, 1968
				144716 (MSN 677) to Italian AF as MM144716.  Preserved at Cagliari Elmas Airport, Sardinia, Italy
				144717 to Italian AF as MM144717
				144718 (MSN 679) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4158.  Converted to S2F-U target tug as 9154.
				144719 (MSN 680) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4159.  Converted to S2F-U target tug as 9152  
				144720 (MSN 681) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4160.  Converted to S2F-U target tug as 9151
				144721 (MSN 682) Preserved at the Selfridge Military Air Museum and Air Park, Selfridge ANG Base, Harrison 
					Township, MI
				144723 (MSN 684) registered N448DF Sep 9, 1983, cancelled Aug 11, 2003. WFU at McClellan, Sacramento, CA
					Tanker # 95	California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
				144725 (MSN 686) to AMARC as 1S0746.  Registered Apr 19, 1995 to Aircraft Sales
					International Corp of Beverley Hills, CA as N8815, cancelled.  Later on civil registry as N104CF Sep 1999, current
					Damaged by brake fire at Big Lake Airport, AK
				144727 (MSN 688) to Argentine Naval Aviation as 0542, code 2-AS-7.  W/o 1975
				144728 to MASDC as 1S0151 Jun 7, 1968
				144729 to MASDC as 1S0148 May 9, 1968
144732/144734		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				144732 (MSN 726-7135) SOC Jan 21, 1958 on transfer to JMSDF as 4610.  Returned to USA
				144733,144734 cancelled ?
144735/144764		Lockheed T2V-1 Seastar
				Model 1080-91-08.  Redesignated T-1A in 1962.
				144735 on civil registry as N447TV.
144765/144824		Lockheed T2V-1 Seastar 
				Model 1080-91-08.  Contract cancelled.
144825/144847		Douglas A3D-2P Skywarrior 
				MSN 12071/12093.  Photographic reconnaissance version.  Redesignated RA-3B in 1962.
				144825 Modified to test Phoenix long range air-to-air missile, designeated as NYRA-3B and operated
					by Naval Missile Center, Point Mugu, California.  Active with Raytheon Flight Systems of Van Nuys, 
					CA as RAYCO 78.  Civil reg N578HA, now N878RS.
				144826 (VAP-61) lost Aug 8, 1969 after engine flameout while operating from Da Nang AB.
				144827 to ERA-3B Jun 1973.  To MASDC as 2A0041, returned to service.
					Lost after midair collision with KA-3B 138925 Nov 1, 1987 while enroute to Elmendorf AFB.
				144828 (VAP-61) crashed Jun 16, 1967 after inflight fire while operated from NAS Cubi Point
				144829 (VAP-62) crashed Jun 1964 in North Carolina
				144830 (VAP-61) lost May 16, 1963 while flown from NAS Agana
				144831 scrapped at NARF Alameda, CA Jun 1976
				144832 cibverted by NARF Alameda to ERA-3B May 1973.  To MASDC as 2A0042.  Bailed to Thunderbird, then to 
					Hughes/Raytheon.  Stored at Mojave as N162TB.  Forward section at National Museum of Naval Aviation in 2010.
				144833 to NRA-3B.  SOC at Pt Mugu.  Nose used to restore 144825 to standard.
				144834 converted by NARF to NRA-3B July 1974 and to TNRA-3B Jul 1985.  Bailed to Raytheon.  To AMARC as 2A0125 Sep 7, 1990.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				144835 (VAP-61) shot down by AAA on recon sortie over Nghe An Province, North Vietnam 
					Aug 25, 1967.  All 3 KIA.
				144836 (VAP-62) lost in flight from NAS Jacksonville Mar 1960
				144837 (VAP-62) lost in flight from NAS Jacksonville Apr 1969
				144838 to ERA-3B 1981-1983.  To MASDC as 2A0056 Mar 4, 1971.  Later bailed to Raytheon Flight Systems, in 
					storage at Van Nuys.  Civil registration of N573HA
				144839 scrapped at NARF Alameda, CA Nov 1969.
				144840 converted by NARF Alamada to NRA-3B Sep 1974.  SOC at Pt Mugu.  Barged to Alameda to remove aft fuselage
					for 144856.  
				144841 to ERA-3B 1981-1983.  To MASDC as 2A0059 Apr 1, 1971. Bailed to Raytheon Flight Systems Sep 1991.  In storage at
					Mojave.  Civil registration of N572HA.
				144842 (VAP-61) shot down by AAA near mouth of Gia Hoi River, Ka Tinh Province, North Vietnam Jun 13, 1966. 
					All 3 killed.
				144843 bailed to Raytheon in 1978.  Used for Patriot missile tests.  Now in storage at
					Mojave, CA as N571HA.  Is to go to Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA
				144844 (VAP-61) damaged by AAA Oct 14, 1967 15 mi S of Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam.  Was able to fly out
					to Gulf of Tonkin where all crew bailed out.  Two were rescued, but third was not found.
				144845 (VAP-62) lost in flight Sep 1960 from NAS Jacksonville
				144846 to ERA-3B 1982/83.  To MASDC as 2A0062 Jul 1, 1971.  
					Bailed to Hughes for spare parts.  Then bailed to Raytheon Flight Systems
					as N547HA.  Picked clean by 1999 and chopped up for disposal.
				144847 (VAP-61) hit by AAA over Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Jan 1, 1968.  Was able to fly 30 mi off coast
					of North Vietnam, but plane crashed and all 3 were killed.
144848/144855		Douglas A3D-2Q Skywarrior 
				MSN 12094/12101.  Redesignated EA-3B in 1962.
				144848 damaged beyond repair with VQ-1 while operated from NAS Atsugi
				144849 (MSN 12095) to AMARC as 2A0123 Jul 27, 1990.  Bailed to Raytheon Flight Systems.
				144850 (VQ-2) crashed into water off port side of USS Nimitz Jan 25, 1987.  7 killed.
				144851 (VQ-2) lost due to soft catapult shot Feb 1970.
				144852 (MSN 12098) to AMARC as Nov 1, 1990 as 2A0127 after being damaged due to failed catapult hook 
					during carrier launch Sep 1987.  Aft fuselage used for 144856
				144853 missing on ferry flight to NS Iwakuni Jan 1, 1959.
				144854 (VQ-1) crashed at NAS Miramar Jun 1, 1987.  3 killed.  Plane was also seen on USS Midway Nov 1987
				144855 (VQ-1) lost at sea from NAS Agana Sep 1973.
144856/144867		Douglas A3D-2T Skywarrior 
				MSN 12102/12113.  Navigator/bomb-aimer training version.  Redesignated TA-3B in 1962.
				144856 crashed in 1985 when tail hit the deck of carrier while training off Catalina Island.  Plane
					was moved to NARF Alameda, and was fixed by adding tail spliced on from EA-3B 146449.  Loaned
					to Thunderbird Aviation as N160TB. In 1996, Thunderbird Aviation went into receivership
					and Hughes took over the assets.  Raytheon bought the aerospace assets of Hughes
					in Dec 1996. Registration changed to N870RS, in storage at Van Nuys as RAYCO 70.
				144857 converted to utility transport and redesignated UA-3B by NARF Alameda.  To AMARC as 2A0121 Jul 17, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				144858 active with Raytheon Systems Co. of Van Nuys, CA as RAYCO 79, civil reg. N579HA, changed
					to N879RS.
				144859 to AMARC as 2A0122 Jul 23, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				144860 converted to utility transport.  SOC May 1981 and used for stress and fatigue testing.
					To MASDC as 2A0119 Jan 31, 1990
				144861 (RVAH-3) crashed near Albany, GA Aug 27, 1973.
				144862 SOC 1988 at NAS Key West, FL. Airframe dumped into ocean for fish habitat.
				144863 converted to VIP transport VA-3B by NARF Alameda.  Crashed on takeoff from Naples, Italy Jul 9, 1974 when it
					rolled to the right and went inverted and crashed into a field.  
					8 VQ-2 personnel killed.
				144864 converted to VIP transport by NARF Alameda.  Scrapped at NARF Alameda 1977
				144865 converted to utility transport by NARF Alameda and redesignated UA-3B.  To MASDC as 2A0097
					Apr 3, 1974.  Bailed to Hughes Aerospace as N575HA,
					then to Raytheon Systems Co. of Van Nuys, CA as RAYCO 75, civil reg N875RS.  Noted stored
					at Swabisches Baueern and Technik Museum, may be cockpit only.  In 2012 was reported on display
					at Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida
				144866 to AMARC as 23A0128 Nov 6, 1990. Still at AMARC 2008.  Also listed as being w/o Sep 19 1973.
				144867 used by Hughes Aeronautical system as NTA-3B for testing AWG-9 radar.  Still 
					active with Raytheon Systems Co. of Van Nuys, CA as RAYCO 77, civil reg N577HA
					now N877RS.  In 2012 was no longer flying and was at Pacific Aviation Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
144868/145061		Douglas A4D-2 Skyhawk 
				MSN 12114/12307.  Redesignated A-4B in 1962.
				144872 (MSN 12118) as A-4Q 0654 3-A-301 is instructional airframe with Escuela de Educacion Tecnica Numero 8,
					La Matanza, Buenos Aires, Argentina
				144874 (MSN 12120) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 605
				144875 to MASDC as 3A0259 Jun 16, 1970.
				144882 displayed in the museum as 3-A-309 at the MUAN's (Museo de la Aviacion 
					Naval) installation at BACE (Base Aeronaval Comandante 'Espora'), located at 
					Bahia Blanca, Prov. De Bueno Aires, Argentina.   Participated in Falklands War 
					in 1982.
				144884 to MASDC as 3A0117 Nov 24, 1969
				144885 to MASDC as 3A0254 May 31, 1970.  To Singapore AF
				144888 to MASDC as 2A0122 Dec 5, 1969.  Seen at Eglin AFB range Dec 2006.
				144891 to MASDC as 3A0281 Oct 10, 1970
				144894 (MSN 12140) to Singapore for conversion to TA-4S with serial 687
				144903 ot MASDC as 3A0160 Jan 26, 1970
				144904 to MASDC as 2A0151 Jan 20, 1970.  To Singapore AF
				144906 to MASDC as 3A0244 May 20, 1970.  To NASA.  To Indiana Military Museum, Vincennes,
					Indiana in Nov 2014.
				144909 to MASDC as 3A0153 Jan 22, 1970
				144914 to MASDC as 3A0235 May 1, 1970
				144915 (MSN 12161) preserved in downtown Buenos Aires as 3A-304/0657.
				144916 (MSN 12162) to Singapore AF as TA-4SU with serial 906
				144917 to MASDC as 3A0188 Mar 11, 1970
				144919 to MASDC as 3A0233 May 1, 1970
				144922 (MSN 12238) to MASDC as 3A0146 Jan 17, 1970.  To Singapore AF.
					Reported fall 2003 at Historic Aircraft 
					Restoration Project, Floyd Bennett Field, NY, painted as 142829
				144923 to MASDC as 3A0189 Mar 11, 1970
				144925 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				144926 (MSN 12172) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 656
				144930 (MSN 12176) noted Feb 18, 2003 at Proud Bird Restaurant, Los 
					Angeles, Ca.
				144932 to Argentina for spare parts source
				144937 to MASDC as 3A0147 Jan 17, 1970
				144938 (VA-113) blown overboard while landing on USS Bennington in Gulf of Tonkin May 21, 1965.
					Pilot survived.
				144944 to MASDC as 3A0271 Sep 8, 1970.  To Singapore AF
				144947 to MASDC as 3A0187 Mar 9, 1970.
				144949 to MASDC as 3A0089 Oct 9, 1969.
				144956 to MASDC as 3A0108.  Converted to A-4S and transferred to Singapore in 1973.  In 2010 was on
					display outside Tenga Air Base, Singapore.
				144960 to MASDC as 3A0205
				144961 to MASDC as 3A0264 Jul 21, 1970.  To Singapore AF
				144964 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				144965 (VMA-324) crashed Jun 18, 1963 in Vosges Mountains, France. Pilot killed.
					A plane with the same serial number is reported Feb 2004 as having gone
					to Singapore AF as TA-4SU with serial 906
				144967 to MASDC as 3A0090 Oct 9, 1969
				144971 (MSN 12217) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S ser no 659.  Noted June 2002
					with Celtrad Metal Industries.
				144972 to MASDC as 3A0272 Sep 10, 1970
				144974 (MSN 12220) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 660
				144976 spotted on a trailer at SNORT Compound at China Lake, California in Jun 1998.
				144977 (MSN 12223) to Singapore AF as TA-4SU with serial 933
				144979 to Singapore for conversion to TA-4S.  Singapore AF serial is 690.  Now on
					display at Singapore Armed Forces Training Institute, Jurong
				144980 (MSN 12226) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 606.  Noted 1995 in
					Singapore AF Museum, Changi.   Noted in 2004 as one of a collection
					of aircraft (mostly replicas) outside Proud Bird Restaurant, El Segunda, CA.
				144988 to Argentina as A-4P 3-A-314 in 1966.  Mounted on pedestal outside Mad de Plata Flying Club,
					Batan, Argentina. 
				144989 registered as N82079 with Aircraft Charter Services LLC of Houston, TX.
				144990 to MASDC as 3A0125 Dec 7, 1969
				144997 (VA-46) crashed after engine failure Feb 1968.  Pilot ejected safely.
				145000 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				145002 (VSF-3) shot down by AAA 20 mi from coast at Thai Binh Province NVN Jul 2, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				145003 to MASDC as 3A0257 May 30, 1970
				145006 (VA-81) crashed 10 mi astern of USS Forrestal Nov 16, 1962.  Pilot killed.
				145011 (MSN 12257) to N21NB.  Now at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum.
				145013 to Singapore for conversion to A-4S.  Became 607.  Currently in Singapore
					AF Museum at Paya Lebar.
				145017 to Argentina for spare parts source
				145021 (MSN 12267) to Singapore for conversion to TA-4SU with serial 909
				145030 (MSN 12276) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S ser no 679.  Noted June 2002
					with Celtrad Metal Industries.
				145031 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				145033 (MSN 12279) to Singapore AF as TA-4SU with serial 950.
				145034 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				145038 (MSN 12284) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 680
				145040 lost in accident Aug 7, 1966.  Pilot killed.
				145041 (MSN 12287) to VX-5 c1959.  To MASDC as 3A0164 Jan 27, 1970.  To Singapore AF as TA-4SU with serial 907
				145043 (MSN 12289) to MASDC as 3A0143 Jan 13, 1970.  To Singapore for conversion to TA-4S with serial 653
				145046 to Singapore for conversion to A-4S
				145047 to MASDC as 3A0283 Oct 17, 1970.  To Singapore for conversion to TA-4S.  
					To Singapore AF as 651.  Fuselage is currently in Singapore 
					AF museum at Paya Lebar.
				145053 to Argentina for spare parts source.
				145056 (MSN 12332) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S ser no 681.  Noted June 2002
					with Celtrad Metal Industries.
				145059 (MSN 12305) to Singapore for conversion to A-4S with serial 683.
					Last reported as ground instructional airframe at Singapore AF Academy,
					Payar Labar Feb 2004.