US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (145062 to 150138)


Last revised October 25, 2022


145062/145146		Douglas A4D-2N Skyhawk 
				MSN 12308/12392.  Redesignated A-4C in 1962.
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com.  Service histories from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				145062 (MSN 12308) 8/21/1958: First flight.  Converted to NA-4C.  1969-74: NADC as 062.   1975: NWEF.
					12/19/1975: Struck off charge
				145063 (MSN 12309) 1961: NWC.  1970: NavAeroRecovFac, at NAS El Centro, CA. 
					To storage from NATC, NAS Patuxent River, MD at MASDC as NA-4C 3A0491 Jun 4, 1976.
					SOC Nov 18, 1980. 
					To Singapore AF Nov 18, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 939. 
				145064 (MSN 12310) 1959-63: VX-5.  1964: VX-5 as XE-1.  1965-67: VX-5.  1967: VA-195.  1967-68: VMA-332.
					1968-69: VMA-324.  1969: NARTU Alameda, CA.  VMA-133.  NARTU ? as 5G-8.
					To MASDC as 3A0323 Mar 25, 1971.  SOC Jul 29 1974.  To DMI, Tucson, AZ Jul 15, 1983.  
					Was to have gone to Malaysia under FMS but never delivered. (N128AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				145065 (MSN 12311) *1960-61: VMA-211 as CF-4  1961-62: VMA-332 as EA-11.  1962-63: VMA-224 as WK-11.
					1963-64: VMA-242 as DT-11.  1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-11.  1965: VMA-224 as WK-20.  1965-66: VMA-331 as VL-20.
					1966: VMA-214 as WE-20.  1966: VMA-224 as WK-20.  1966: VMA-211 as CF-20.  1966: VMA-121 as VK-20.
					1966-67: VMA-223 as WP-20.  1967: VMA-311 as WL-1.  1967-70: VMA-214.  1970: VMA-134.  3/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970-71: VA-205.  1971-74: MARTD Glenview, IL.  1974-75: VC-1.  1975: VC-7 as UH-20.
					To MASDC as 3A0407 Sep 3, 1975. SOC May 29, 1978.  To Malaysia Jan 17, 1985 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM as M32-03.
				145066 (MSN 12312) 1959-62: VX-5 as XE-2.  In accident at NAS China Lake, CA Sep 25, 1962.  SOC Sep 30, 1962.
				145067 (MSN 12313) Converted to YA-4C.  1971: NMC as 067.  May 10, 1971: Struck off charge.  .
					Was on display at Inyokern Airport, CA.  Noted at Plant 42 Joe Davies Heritage Airpark,
					Palmdale, CA Fall 2003, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				145068 (MSN 12314) 1960-62: VX-5.  1963-64: VX-5 as XE-4.  1965-66: VX-5.  1966: NARTU Alameda, CA.
					NMC as 86.  1967: VX-5.  1967-69: VA-125.  1970-71: VMA-124.  1971: NARTU South Weymouth, MA.
					1971-73: VMA-322 as 5Z-58.  1973-75: VMA-134.    To MASDC as 3A0451 Dec 3, 1975. SOC Jun 29, 1976   To Singapore AF Jan 22, 1980
				145069 (MSN 12315) VA-155.  1969: NATC..  NATF Lakehurst, NJ (JAN74 photo)
					1/25/1977: Struck off charge at NATF Lakehurst, NJ.  .  03'  NATF Lakehurst, NJ (1980 photo)
					1983: Assigned as a ground trainer to NATF Lakehurst, NJ as 03  )
				145070 (MSN 12316) 1964: NATC.  10/23/1964: Written off.
				145071 (MSN 12317) 1971: Naval Missile Center as 86.  To MASDC as 3A0317 Feb 4, 1971.  SOC May 15, 1973.
					To Singapore AF Feb 167, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 941.  2000: 150 Squadron
				145072 (MSN 12318) 1960: NATC.  11/30/1960: Written off.   Withdrawn from use at Dahlgren, VA.
					Reported Jan 2009 at Air Victory Museum, Medford, NJ, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				145073 (MSN 12319) NATC.  1962: PMTC.  NMC as 073.  1968: NMC as 87.
					To MASDC from NATC NAS Patuxent River, MD as 73 as 3A0307 Feb 4, 1971.  
					To Singapore AF Dec 16, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 929
				145074 (MSN 12320) 1960-76: NWEF as 074.  3/29/1976: Struck off charge at Kirtland AFB, NM.
					10/2000: Salvaged on the Denver Front Range, CO.
					Supposedly on display at Wings Over The Rockies Air and Space Museum, Denver, CO.  Can anyone
					confirm?
				145075 (MSN 12321) 1960-61: VX-5 as XE-3.  (VX-5) engine flamed out and crashed near Dallas, TX Apr 18, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely.
				145076 (MSN 12322) 1960-61: VMA-225.  1961: VMA-242.  1961-62: VMA-225. 1962: H&MS-14.
					1962-63: VMA-332.  1963: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.  1963-64: VMA-224.  1964-65: VMA-533.
					1965-66: VMA-225.  1966: VA-216 as NP-692.  1966-67: VA-113 as NG-311.  1967-68: VA-81 as AJ-403.
					1968-70: VA-44.  1970: MARTD Jacksonville, FL.  6/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-204.  1971-76: VMA-124 as QP-109.
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  To MASDC from VMA-124 at NAS Memphis as 3A0477 Mar 18, 1976. 
					SOC May 29, 1978  Sold to Malaysian  AF but never delivered.  Salvanged by Air Met in 1986 as N129AT 
					seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				145077 (MSN 12323) accepted by the Navy in 1960. It was assigned to NAS Lemoore, CA with three different 
					attack squadrons between 1960 and 1967 (VA-125, VA-153, VA-112). From November 1966 to September 1967 
					it was deployed with VA-112 on the USS Kitty Hawk CVA-63 for combat over Vietnam. Upon returning to the USA 
					in October 1967, it was assigned to VA-44 at NAS Cecil Field, FL. In 1970 the plane was given 
					the fuselage spine hump housing and avionics of the A-4F, and was redesignated A-4L for the 
					Naval Reserve. After conversion it remained at Cecil with VA-203 until 1974 when it transferred 
					to VA-205 at NAS Atlanta, GA. In 1975 it transferred to VA-204 at NAS Memphis, TN, and then 
					spent some time with Aircraft Ferry Squadron 31 (VRF-31) at NAS Norfolk before returning to 
					VA-204 by 1977. It was struck off strength in January 1978 and used for ground instruction at 
					NAS Memphis. By September 1999 it was stored at Pensacola, FL.  Noted Mar 2006 at National Museum
					of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				145078 (MSN 12324) 1960-65: VA-44.  1966: VMA-214.  1966-67: VA-56 as NG-404.  1969: VA-44.  1969: VA-106 as AG-307.   1969-70: VMA-133 as 5G-16.
					4/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-73: VA-204 as AF-400.  1974: VA-204 as AF-411.
					1975: VA-204 NAS New Orleans, LA as AF-400.  To MASDC as 3A0408 Sep 7, 1975.  SOC Aug 19, 1977.  
					To Malaysia for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM.  On display at TUDM Museum, Kulal Lumpur, Malaysia.
				145079 (MSN 12325) 1960-61: VA-192 as NM-212.  1961: VA-125. Or still with VA-192 when lost?
					W/o 6 Jun 1961 in takeoff accident at NAS Moffett Field, CA
				145080 (MSN 12326) w/o 23 Nov 1959 in crash on approach to NAS Patuxent River, MD. Pilot was killed.
				145081 (MSN 12327) 1960: VA-43.  1960: VA-83.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961-64: VMA-225.  1964-65: VMA-533 as ED-1.
					1965-66: VA-144 as NF-553   (VA-144 attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) crashed near Vinh Binh in the Mekong Delta 
					during bombing run over South Vietnam Mar 20, 1966.  Pilot KIA.  .Possibly hit by ground fire.
				145082 (MSN 12328) 1960-63: VA-44.   1963-65: VA-172.   1965-70: VA-44.  1970: MARTD Jacksonville, FL.
					1970: VSF-76.  1971-72: VMA-322.  1972-74: VMA-131.  11/6/1974: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  1993: NATTC Memphis, TN as 010
					On display at Veterans Century of Sentries Park, Kenner, LA Mar 2007, on
					loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				145083 (MSN 12329) 1960-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-34.  1967-68: VA-172 as AJ-307.  1968: VA-172 as AB-307.
					1969-70: VA-172.  1970: VMA-131.   to MASDC as 3A0290 Nov 30, 1975. SOC Jul 29, 1974.  
					To Barry Goldwater Range, Gila Bend, AZ as range target Aug 22, 1983.
				145084 (MSN 12330) 1960: VA-125.  1960-63: VA-153 as NL-301.  1964-65: VA-113.  1965-66: VA-95.
					1967: VA-22.  1967: VA-195.  1967-69: VA-44.  4/24/1969: Written off
				145085 (MSN 12331) 1960-61: VA-125.   1961-62: VA-153 as NL-3xx   W/o Feb 13, 1962
				145086 (MSN 12332) 1960: VMA-225.  7/21/1960: Crashed into the sea off Marquesas Key, FL. Pilot was killed
				145087 (MSN 12333) 1960-61: VA-125.  1961-64: VA-153 as NL-309.  1964-66: VA-192.
					1966-67: VA-56 as NG-4xx.
					(VA-56 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) collided in midair with A-4C 147724 over Gulf of Tonkin Jan 14, 1967.  
					Pilot killed.  Pilot from 147724 ejected and was rescued.
				145088 (MSN 12334) 1960-61: VA-125.  1961: VA-153.  1961-63: VMA-211.  1963-64: VMA-223.
					1964-65: VMA-121 as VK-23.  1965-66: VMA-214.  1966: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-211 as CF-21.
					1966: VMA-121.  1967-68: VA-22 as NE-2xx.  1968: VA-112.  1969-70: NARTU Alameda, CA.
					3/13/1970: Written off.
				145089 (MSN 12335) 1960-61: VMA-225.  1961: VMA-242.  1961: VMA-225 as CE-17   W/o Oct 31, 1961
				145090 (MSN 12336) 1960-61: VA-125.  1961-62: VA-113 as NH-311.  Crashed in southern California Feb 14, 1962
				145091 (MSN 12337) 1960-61: VA-125.  1961-62: VA-112.  1962-68: VA-125.
					2/13/1968: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				145092 (MSN 12338) 1960-64: VA-125.  1965: VA-125 as NJ-542.  1966-67: VA-125.  1967-68: VA-195.
					1969: VSF-1 as AG-510.  1969-70: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1970: VA-303.
					9/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1971: VA-203.  1972: VC-12.  1973: VA-203 as AF-301.
					1974-75: VC-13 as UX-1.  To MASDC as 3A0458 Dec 12, 1975. SOC Aug 19, 1977. 
					To Malaysia Jan 27, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM.
				145093 (MSN 12339) 1960-61: VA-125.  1962-66: VA-125 as NJ-541.  1967: VA-125.  1968: VA-125 as NJ-549.
					Jan 7, 1968: Written off
				145094 (MSN 12340) 1961-62: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224.  1963-64: VMA-242. 1964-65: VMA-225.
					1965: VMA-224.  1965: VMA-225 as CE-2.  1966-67: VA-144 as NH-313.  1967: VSF-1.
					1968: VA-144 as NH-313.  1968-69: VA-44.
					1/24/1969: Crashed near Green Cove Springs, FL after a collision with A-4C 149624.
				145095 (MSN 12341) 1960-66: VA-125.  1966: VA-94 as NG-4xx.  1966-67: VA-195 as NM-504.
					1967-68: VA-81 as AJ-4xx.  1968-69: VA-44.  May 6, 1969: Written off
				145096 (MSN 12342) 1960-61: VMA-211.  1961-62: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224 as WK-19.  1963-64: VMA-242.  
					1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-19.  1965-66: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-121.
					1966-67: VMA-223.  1967: VMA-121.  1967: VMA-211. 1967-68: VMA-223 as WP-1
					(VMA-223) collided in midair with A-4E 151198 over A Shau Valley, SVN May 6, 1968.  Both pilots ejected
					safely and were rescued.
				145097 (MSN 12343) 1960-61: VMA-225.  1961: VMA-242.  1961-64: VMA-225. 1964-65: VA-43.
					1965: VA-44.  1965-66: VA-125.  1966-67: VMA-332.  1967-68: VMA-324.  1968: VMA-332.
					1968-69: VA-22.  1969: VA-12.  1969: NARTU Alameda, CA.  1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.
					1973: VT-86 as 4B-18.  1973-74: VC-2.  4/25/1974: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				145098 (MSN 12344) 1960-61: VMA-225.  1960-61: VMA-225  Fell off deck of USS Shangri-LA CVA-38 Feb 15, 1961.  Pilot was killed.
				145099 (MSN 12345) 1960-61: VMA-225.  1962-63: VA-66 as AF-504.   1963: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.
					1963-64: VMA-224.  1964-65: VA-64 as AE-6xx.  1965-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-46 as AC-5xx.
					1967-69: VA-12 as AB-402.  1969-70: VA-95 AB-5xx.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.
					1970-71: VA-303 Los Alamitos, CA as ND-302.
					To MASDC as 3A0311 Feb 12, 1971.  SOC Jul 29, 1974.  Transferred to USAF inventory as PCN AD0001 Apr 30, 1985.
					To Peterson AFB, CO as rnge target Jul 8, 1985.
				145100 (MSN 12346) 1960-61: VMA-211.  1961: VMA-121.  1961-62: VMA-211.  1962-63: VMA-121 as VK-7.
					1963-64: VMA-223 as WP-7.  1964-65: VMA-121 as VK-7.  1965-66: VMA-214. 1966: VMA-224 as WK-1 and WK-14.
					1966: VMA-211 as CF-14.  1966: VMA-121 as VK-14.  1966-67: VMA-223 as WP-14.  1967: VMA-311 as WL-14.
					1967: VMA-121 as VK-14.  1967: VMA-211 as CF-14.  1967-68: VMA-223 as WP-14.  1968-69: VMA-121.
					1969: VMAT-102.   1969-70: NARTU Alameda, CA.  1970-71: VA-303.  1971: VA-304.  1971: MARTD Alameda, CA.
					1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.  1973: VT-86.  2/20/1973: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.
				145101 (MSN 12347) 1960: VMA-211.  1961: VMA-211 as CF-5.  1961-62: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224.
					1963-64: VMA-242.  1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-4.  1965: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-214.  1966: VMA-224.
					1966: VMA-211.  1966-67: VMA-223.    1967: VMA-121.  1967: VMA-311.  1967: VMA-211.
					1967-68: VMA-223.  1968-69: VMA-121.  1969: VMAT-102.   1969: NARTU Alameda, CA.
					3/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-205.  1974-75: VA-205 as AF-502.  To MASDC as 3A0418 Sep 12, 1975. 
					SOC May 29, 1978  To Malaysia Jan 18, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM M32-08\
				145102 (MSN 12348) 1960-61: VA-195.  1961-63: VA-125.  6/28/1963: Written off.
					W/o 28 Jun 1962    Location ?
				145103 (MSN 12349) 1960-62: VMA-211.  1962: VMA-332.  1962: VMA-224.  1963-64: VMA-242.
					1964-65: VMA-225.  1965: VMA-224.  1965: VMA-225 as CE-5.  1966: VMA-214 as WE-3.
					1966: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-223.  1966-67: VMA-121.  1967: VMA-211 as CF-3.
					1967: VMA-311.  1967: VMA-223.  1968: VMA-223 as WP-3.  1968-69: VMA-121.  1969: VMAT-102.
					1970-71: VA-303.  3/1971: Converted to A-4L.  1971-74: VMA-543 as MD-2.  1974: VC-2 as JE-6.
					1974: VC-2 as JE-06.  1975-76: VC-2.NAS Virginia Beach, VA as JE-06
					To MASDC as 3A0506 Sep 6, 1976. SOC May 29, 1978. 
					To Malaysia Feb 15, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM as M32-06
				145104 (MSN 12350) 1960-61: VMA-225 as CE-13.  1961: VMA-242.  1961-62: VMA-225.
					1962-63: H&MS-14.  1963: VMA-332.  1963: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.  1963-64: VMA-224.
					1964-65: VA-64 as AE-6xx.  1965-67: VA-125.  1967: VA-112 as NH-4xx.   1967: VA-125.
					1967-68: NARF NAS Alameda, CA.  5/21/1968: Damaged beyond repair in an accident?
					7/19/1968: Struck off charge at NARF Alameda, CA
				145105 (MSN 12351) 1960-62: VMA-225.  1966-67: VA-113 as NG-303.  1967-68: VA-36.
					1968-69: VA-66.  1969-70: VA-12 as AJ-412.  Sep 12, 1970: Damaged beyond repair in an accident?
					1/27/1971: Struck off charge.
				145106 (MSN 12352) 1960-61: VMA-225.  1961: VMA-242. 1961-62: VMA-225 as CE-20.  1963-64: VMA-225.
					1964-65: H&MS-14.  1965-66: VMA-225.  1966-67: VA-76.  1967: VA-56.  1967-68: VA-125.
					1968-69: VA-216 as NL-613.  1969: VA-44.  1969-71: VA-172.  1971: VA-45.
					To MASDC as 3A0347 Sep 22, 1971.  SOC May 15, 1973.  To Singapore AF Nov 18, 1980 as A-4SI 944
				145107 (MSN 12353) 1960-61: VMA-225 as AK-610.  Fell off the deck of USS Shangri La CVA-38 6 Apr 1961 in Mediterranean Sea 
					after the throttle stuck.    Pilot ok
				145108 (MSN 12354) 1960-63: VMA-211 as CF-11.  1963-64: VMA-223 as WP-11.  1964-65: VMA-121 as VK-11.
					1965-66: VMA-214 as WE-18.  1966: VMA-224 as WK-18.  1966: VMA-211 as CF-18.  1966: VMA-121 as VK-18.
					1966-67: VMA-223 as WP-18.  1967: VMA-311 as WL-18.  1967: VMA-211 as CF-18.  1967-68: VMA-223 as WP-18.
					1968-69: VMA-121.  1969: VMAT-102.  1969-70: NARTU Alameda, CA.  1970-75: VMA-133 NAS Alameda, CA.
					To MASDC as 3A0438 Oct 31, 1975.  SOC Jun 29, 1976.  To Singapore AF Dec 16, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 983
					1996: 142 Squadron
				145109 (MSN 12355) 1960: VMA-211.  1961: VMA-211 as CF-15.  1962-63: VMA-211.  1963-64: VMA-223.  1964-65: VMA-121.
					1965: VMA-214.   Crashed into Subic Bay, Philippines Mar 28, 1966.  Pilot was killed.
				145110 (MSN 12356) 1960-63: VMA-211 as CF-3.  1963-64: VMA-223.  1964-65: VMA-121.  1965-70: VMA-214.
					1970-71: VMA-134 MARTD Los Alamitos, CA as 5L-8.  To MASDC as 3A0318 Mar 15, 1971.   SOC Aug 19 1977 
					To Singapore AF Oct 3, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 945
				145111 (MSN 12357) 1960-61: VMA-211.  1961-63: VMA-223.  1963-64: VMA-211. 1964-65: VMA-214.
					1965: VA-195 as NM-501.  1965-66: VA-195 as NM-510.  1966-67: VA-95 as AK-5xx.  1967-68: VA-195 as NM-510.
					1968-69: VA-112 as AH-4xx.  1969: VA-125.  1969-70: NARTU Alameda, CA.  1970-71: VA-304.
					1971-72: VMA-133.  Aug 4, 1972: Crashed near Avenal, CA.
				145112 (MSN 12358) 1960: VMA-211.  1961-62: VX-5 as XE-8.  1963-65: VX-5.  1965: VX-5 as XE-12.
					1966-67: VX-5.   1967: VA-195.  1967-68: VMA-332.  1968-69: VMA-324.  1969: MARTD Alameda, CA.
					to MASDC as 3A0350 Jan 31, 1972.  SOC May 15, 1973.  
					To Barry Goldwater Range, Gila Bend, AZ as range trget Nov 17, 1978.
				145113 (MSN 12359) 1960: VMA-211.  1961: VMA-211 as CF-14.  1961-63: VMA-223.  1963-64: VMA-121.
					1964-65: VMA-223.  1965: VA-195.  1965: VA-144.  1965-66: VA-22.  1967: VA-56.  1967-69: VA-76.
					VMA-133.  1974: VC-2.  To MASDC as 3A0298 Jan 14, 1971. SOC Jul 29, 1974.  To NAS Fallon,  
					NV Oct 3, 1984 as range target.  Was preserved at MCAS Twenty-Nine-Palms, CA
  					Mounted on pylon in Dick Kleberg Park, Kingsville, TX, on loan from
					National Naval Aviation Museum.
				145114 (MSN 12360) 1960-62: VMA-225 as AK-604.  1963-65: VA-44  1965-66: RVAH-1 as GL-3xx.
					1966: VA-192 as NM-2xx.  1966-67: VA-56 as NG-4xx.  1967: VA-76 as NP-6xx.  1967-69: VA-195 as NM-502.
					1969: VSF-1 as AU-01.  1969-70: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.   1970: VA-305.  10/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1971: VMA-543 as 5V-000.  1971-72: VMA-142 as 5F-000. 1972-74: VMA-543 as 5V-000.
					1974-76: VC-2 as JE-11. Virginia Beach, VA.  To MASDC as 3A0507 Sep 16, 1976.  SOC May 29, 1978.
					To Malaysia Sep 12, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM as M32-36, TA-4PTM.
				145115 (MSN 12361) 1960-65: VA-125 as NJ-539.    10/15/1965: Crashed into Blue Ridge Peak near Three Rivers, CA
				145116 (MSN 12362) 1960-62: VMA-225.  1962-64: VMA-332.  1964-65: VMA-224. 1965: VA-44.
					1965-66: VA-172 as AB-304.  1966: VA-172 as AB-314.
					(VA-172 attached to USS Franklin D. Roosevelt CVA-42) shot down by SA-2 over Red River delta 
					S of Hanoi, North Vietnam Dec 2, 1966.  Pilot KIA
				145117 (MSN 12363) 1960-63: VMA-211.  1963: VMA-223.   1963-64: VMA-211.  1964-65: VMA-121.
					1965-66: VMA-214 as WE-8.  1966: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-121.   1966: VMA-223.
					1966-67: VMA-214 as WE-8.  1967: VMA-311.  1967: VA-195.  1967-68: VA-81.  1968-69: VA-44.
					1969: VA-106 as AG-312.   1969: MARTD Alameda, CA.  11/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1971: MARTD Memphis, TN.
					May 1, 1971: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.
				145118 (MSN 12364) 1960-62: VMA-211.  1962-63: VMA-223.  1963-64: VMA-211.  1964: H&MS-15.  1964: VMA-223.
					1965-66: VA-153 as NL-309.  1966: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-121.  1966-67: VMA-223.
					1967: VMA-311.  1967: VMA-211.  1967-68: VMA-223.  1968-69: VMA-121.  1969: VMAT-102.
					1970: VA-304.  1971: VC-2 as JE-00.   1972-74: VC-2.  1974: VC-7 as UH-12.  1974-75: VC-7 as UH-16.
					To MASDC as 3A0395 Mar 7, 1975.  SOC Jun 29, 1976.  To Republic of Singapore AF Nov 18, 1980 as A-4SI
				145119 (MSN 12365) 1960-61: VMA-211.  1961-63: VMA-223.  1963-64: VMA-211.  1964: H&MS-15.  1965: VA-216.
					1965-66: VA-153.  1966: VMA-214.  1966: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-223.  1966-67: VMA-121.
					1967: VMA-211.  1967: VMA-311 as WL-4.  1967-68: VMA-223.  1968: VMA-311.  1969: VMAT-102.
					1970: NARTU Alameda, CA.  3/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-205. 1971-74: MARTD Glenview, IL.
					1974-75: VC-1.  1975-76: VC-7 as UH-21.
  					To MASDC as 3A0462 Jan 10, 1976.  SOC May 29, 1976.  
					To Malaysia for conversion to A-4PTM as M32-25, TA-4PTM.
				145120 (MSN 12366) 1960-62: VA-195.  1962-63: VA-192 as NM-xxx.   W/o 2 Aug 1963 in landing accident at NAS Fallon, NV
				145121 (MSN 12367) 1960-62: VMA-225.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962-63: VMA-332.  1963-64: VMA-225.
					1964-65: VA-43.  1965-66: VA-125.  1966-67: VA-153.  1967-68: VA-125.  1968: VA-873.
					1968-69: VA-125.  1969-70: VC-7.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1970: VA-305.  9/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1971-72: VMA-124.  1973-75: VMA-124 as QP-100.  1976: VMA-124.  Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  
					To MASDC as 3A0472 Feb 7, 1976.  SOC May 20, 1978.
					To Malaysia Feb 22, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM as M32-27, TA-4PTM.
					Currently preserved at the University of Technology in Shah Alam, Malaysia.
				145122 (MSN 12368) 1960: VA-43.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1962-64: VMA-225.  1964-65: VMA-533.
					1965: VA-144.  1965-67: VA-22.  1967-68: VA-34.  1968-69: VA-66 as AK-301.  1969-70: VA-12.
					1970-71: NARTU Memphis, TN.   1/1971: Converted to A-4L.  1971-74: MARTD Glenview, IL.   1974-76: VC-13.
					11/1976: Assigned as a ground trainer to NAS Memphis, TN.  12/7/1976: Struck off charge.
					On display at Savannah State College, Savannah, GA
					May 2007, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum
				145123 (MSN 12369) 1960-61: VMA-211.  1961-63: VMA-223.  1963-64: VMA-211.  1964: H&MS-15.
					1965: VA-153.  1965-66: VA-22.  1966: VA-153.  1966: VA-195 as NM-513.
					10/29/1966: Crashed into the ramp while attempting to land on USS Ticonderoga CVA-14 off Japan. Pilot was killed.
				145124 (MSN 12370) 1960-61: VA-192 as NM-204.  1962-64: VA-192.  1965-66: VA-192 as NM-207.
					1966: VA-113 as NG-3xx.  8/19/1966: Written off.
				145125 (MSN 12371) 1960-61: VMA-211 as CF-2.  1961-62: VMA-223. 1962: VMA-211 as CF-17.  1962-63: VMA-211 as CF-23.
					1963: VMA-224 as WK-23.  1963-64: VMA-242 as DT-23.  1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-23.
					1965: VMA-224.  1965-66: VMA-311.  1966: VMA-214.  1966: VMA-224 as WK-17.	 1966: VMA-211 as CF-17.
					1966: VMA-121 as VK-17.  1966-67: VMA-223 as WP-17.  1967: VMA-311 as WL-17. 1967: VMA-121 as VK-17.
					1967: VMA-211 as CF-17.  1967-68: VMA-223 as WP-17.  1968-69: VMA-121 as VK-17.  1969: VMAT-102.
					1969-70: NARTU Alameda, CA.   1970-71: VA-304.  1971-72: VA-305.  1972: VMA-134.
					Jul 8, 1972: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.
				145126 (MSN 12372) 1960: VA-43.   1960-61: VMA-332.  1961-62: VMA-224.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962-63: VMA-332.
					1963: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.  1963-64: VMA-224  1964-66: H&MS-14.  1966-67: VMA-214 as WE-7.		
					70: VMA-214.  1970-71: VMA-134.  5/16/1971: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
					To MASDC as 5A0009 Aug 17, 1978
				145127 (MSN 12373) 1960-61: VA-195 as NM-503.  1961: VA-94.  1961: VA-112 as NH-213.  1962-69: VX-5 as XE-9.
					1969-70: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1970: VA-305.   1969-72: VX-5. 
					To MASDC as 3A0357 Mar 8, 1972.  SOC Jun 29, 1974.  To NAS Fallon, NV as range target Oct 3, 1984.	
				145128 (MSN 12374) 1960: VA-43.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961-62: VMA-224 as WK-9.  1962: H&MS-14. 1962-63: VMA-332.
					1963: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.  1963-64: VMA-332.  1964-65: VMA-224.  1965-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-172. 1967: VA-56.
					1967-68: VA-112.  1968: VA-831.  1969: VSF-1 as AU-03.  1969-70: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1970: VA-305.
					12/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-71: MARTD Jacksonville, FL.  1971-74: MARTD Glenview, IL. 1974-76: VC-2. NAS Virginia Beach, VA as JE-04
					To MASDC as 3A0503 Jul 26, 1976.  SOC May 29, 1978  9/1983: Sold to the Malaysian AF
					Seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.  Registered N132AT Jun 30, 2008.  Collided with terrain Jul 8, 2010 after
					pilot ejected following loss of engine power on takeoff from NAS Fallon, NV.
				145129 (MSN 12375) 1960-62: VA-195 as NM-502.  1962-68: VA-125.  1968: VA-873.  1968-69: VA-125.  1970: VA-304. NAS Alameda, CA as ND-401
					to MASDC as 3A0336 May 20, 1971.  SOC Jul 29, 1974.  To NAS Fallon, NV as range target Oct 3, 1984.
				145130 (MSN 12376) 1960-63: VMA-225.  1963-64: VMA-332.
					Apr 11, 1964: Crashed near Fentress APT/Virginia Beach, VA after a collision with A-4C 147774.
				145131 (MSN 12377) 1960: VA-44.  1960: VA-43.  1960: VA-83.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961: VMA-224.
					1961-62: VMA-242. 1962: VMA-224.  1962: VMA-225 as CE-16.  1963-64: VMA-225.  1964-65: VMA-533.
					1965-66: VA-95.  1966: VA-125.  1966-68: VMA-332.  1968-70: VMA-324.  1970-71: VMA-134 as 5L-10.
					1972: VMA-134.  1973: VMA-134 as MF-1.  1974: VMA-134.
					To MASDC as 3A0439 Oct 31, 1975.  SOC Jun 29, 1976. To Malaysia Aug 11, 1983. To N2262Z with Skyhawk Ventures, 
					Winter Park, Florida and flown as 149606 coded AE-402 of VA-86 aboard USS America between 
					November 2011 and March 2016.. In February 2017 
					registered with Aircraft Guaranty Corporation of Oklahoma City and since painted as Argentinian 
					Armada Skyhawk coded 3-A-305. 
				145132 (MSN 12378) 1960-64: VA-192 as NM-206.  1965-66: VA-195.  1967-68: VA-22.  1968-69: VA-112.
					1970: VA-303.   1971: VA-304.  1971-73: VC-2  1973-75: VC-8.
					To MASDC as 3A0397 from H&MS-378 MCAS El Toro, CA as WF-37 May 14, 1975. SOC May 29, 1978.   
					To Singapore AF Sep 3, 1980
				145133 (MSN 12379) 1960: VA-44  1960: VA-43  1960: VA-83.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961-62: VMA-224.  1962: H&MS-14.
					1962-63: VMA-332.  1963: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14   1963-64: VMA-224.  1966: VA-144.  1966-67: VA-113 as NG-304.
					1967-68: VA-94.   1968-70: VMA-214.  1970: VMA-134.  3/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-205.
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  1976: VA-204.  1977-78: NAEC as 01.  Jul 11, 1978: Struck off charge.
					Now on display at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, CA
				145134 (MSN 12380) 1960-61: VMA-225.  Crashed Dec 30, 1961 into sea off Guantanamo Bay, Cuby after 
					midair collision with A-4C 147676.  Pilot was killed.
				145135 (MSN 12381)1960-62: VMA-225.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962-64: VMA-332.  1964-65: VMA-224. 1965: VA-44.
					1965-66: VMA-225.  1966-67: VA-44.  1967-70: VA-83 as AB-301.  1970-73: VMA-134.
					10/15/1973: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.   Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  
					1/2002: Assigned as a ground trainer to Thief River Falls, MN.
 					In 2010 was mounted on a pylon at Northland Community College, Thief 
					River Falls, MN, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				145136 (MSN 12382) 1960: VA-44.  1960: VA-43.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961-62: VMA-224.  1962-63: VMA-332.
					1963: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.   1963-64: VMA-224.  1964-66: VMA-533.  1966: VMA-225.  1966-67: VA-125.
					10/5/1967: Crashed near Yuma, AZ.
				145137 (MSN 12383) 1960-61: VA-195 as NM-507..  W/o 27 Nov 1961 in landing accident at Atsugi, Japan.  Pilot was killed.
				145138 (MSN 12384) 1960: VA-43.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961: VMA-224.  1961: VMA-242.
					Crashed Nov 30, 1961 into the Newport River, NC after a collision with A-4C 147684. Pilot was killed.
				145139 (MSN 12385) 1960-61: VA-195   1962: VA-195 as NM-508.  1962-64: VX-5.  1965: VX-5 as XE-11.  1966-67: VX-5.   1967-69: VA-125.
					1969: NARTU Alameda, CA.  VC-2 as JE-10.  1970: VA-303.  1976: VA-303 as ND-306 NAS Alameda, CAT
					To MASDC as 3A0308 Feb 5, 1971.  SOC Jul 29, 1974. To NAS Fallon, NV as range target Oct 3, 1984
				145140 (MSN 12386) 1960-64: VA-192 as NM-207  Crashed into sea 21 May 1964 off Panay Island, Philippines.  Pilot was killed.
				145141 (MSN 12387) 1960: VA-43.  1960: VA-83.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961: VMA-224.  1961-63: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.
					1963-64: VMA-224.  1964-65: VMA-533.  1965: VA-113.  1965-66: VA-95.  1966-67: VA-22.  1967: VA-195.
					1967: VA-34 as AK-302.  1968-69: VA-83.  1969: VA-64 as AG-614.   1969-70: NARTU New York, NY.
					4/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-205 as AF-505. 1974: VA-205 as AF-505..  To MASDC as 3A0416 Sep 11, 1975.  SOC May 29, 1978.  
					To Malaysia Jan 17, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM M32-14. .
				145142 (MSN 12388) 1960-62: VA-195 as NM-512.   Crashed into sea 22 Sep 1962 south of Okinawa after collision 
					with F3H-2 143410 and A4D-2N 148542.
				145143 (MSN 12389) 1960: VA-43.  1960: VA-83. 1960-61: VMA-332.  1961-63: VMA-224.  1963: H&MS-14.  1963-64: VMA-332.
					1964-65: VMA-224.  1965-66: VA-44.  1966: VA-172 as AB-300.
					(VA-172 attached to USS Franklin D Roosevelt (CVA-42)) shot down by SAM over Red River delta 
					S of Hanoi, North Vietnam Dec 2, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				145144 (MSN 12390) 1960: VA-192 as NM-2xx.  1961-66: VA-192.  1966-67: VA-112 as NH-215.
					(VA-112 attached to USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63)) crashed near Hoang Xa near Nong Cong/Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam Jan 20, 1967, 
					unknown if hit by ground fire.  Pilot KIA.
				145145 (MSN 12391) 1960: VA-43.  1960: VA-83.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961: VMA-224.  1961-62: VMA-242.
					1962: HU-2.  1962-63: VMA-242.  1963-64: VMA-332.  1964-65: VMA-224.  1965-66: VA-44.
					1966-67: VA-56 as NG-406.  (VA-56 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) shot down by SA-2 near Phuc Nac, 
					10 mi SW of Hanoi, North Vietnam Jun 10, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				145146 (MSN 12392) 1960: VA-43.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961: VMA-224.  1961-63: VMA-242. W/o Feb 7, 1963  Location ?
145147/145156		Douglas A4D-3 Skyhawk
				Contract cancelled
145157/145158		North American XA3J-1 Vigilante
				MSN NA247-1/2.  Later redesignated YA-5A-1-NH.  MASDC transfers from AMARCexperience.com
				145157 (MSN NA247-1) 8/1958: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1958: BAR R&D Columbus, OH.  NATC.
					Redesignated YA-5A-1.  1964: BWR FR Columbus, OH.  1966: RVAH-13 as NH-xxx.
					Converted to RA-5C.  1968-69: RVAH-12 as AA-604.  1969: RVAH-12 as AG-xx4.
					1970: RVAH-14.  1970: RVAH-3 as GJ-317, NAS Sanford, FL
					To MASDC as 4A0018 Sep 1, 1971.   Transferred to USAF inventory Apr 1, 1986 as AA001.  
					To Tolichia Peak, NV May 27, 1986 as range target.
				145158 (MSN NA247-2) 10/1958: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1958: BAR R&D Columbus, OH.  Redesignated YA-5A-1. 
					Crashed Jun 3, 1959 near Columbus, OH when hydraulic and electrical system failure caused loss 
					of control.
145159/145201		Douglas F5D-1 Skylancer 
				Contract cancelled
145202/145306		McDonnell F3H-2 Demon
				MSN 371/475.  Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				145202 (MSN 371) 1958: VF-64.  Sep 4, 1958: Written off
				145203 (MSN 372) (VF-64) crashed over flight deck on USS Midway (CV-4) and sank Sep 10, 1958.  Pilot killed.
				145204 (MSN 373) 1958: VF-64.  Sep 5, 1958: Written off in a landing accident. Or in a take-off accident?
				145205 (MSN 374) 1958-59: VF-64 as NE-204.  1960: VF-21 as NE-204.
					Caught fire on USS Midway (CV-41).  Only minor damage to plane. 
					5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ. 
				145206 (MSN 375) 5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.
				145207 (MSN 376) VF-14 as AB-107.  1958: VF-64.. (VF-64) crashed in sea off USS Midway (CV-41) Jul 23, 1958.  
					Pilot killed.
				145208 (MSN 377) 1958-59: VF-64 as NE-207.  1961: VF-21 as NE-2xx
				145209 (MSN 378) 1960: VF-92 as NG-2xx.  1963: VF-151 as NL-107.
					10/30/1964: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145210 (MSN 379) (VF-64) crashed at sea from USS Midway (CV-41) Sep 7, 1958 off Formosa 
					in support of Quemoy-Matsu crisis.  Pilot killed.
				145211 (MSN 380) 1959: VF-193.  1/16/1959: Written off
				145212 (MSN 381) on CV-31 Feb 21, 1959.  1958-59: VF-193 as NM-308.
					5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145213 (MSN 382) 1958-59: VF-64 as NE-201.  1963: VF-54 as NF-208.
					10/30/1964: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ 
				145214 (MSN 383) on CV-31 Feb 21, 1959.  1958-59: VF-193 as NM-304.
					5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145215 (MSN 384) VF-64 as NE-206.  1959: VF-21.  Oct 6, 1959: Written off
				145216 (MSN 385) 5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145217 (MSN 386) 1958-59: VF-193 as NM-305.  1960: VF-213.  Dec 10,1960: Written off.
				145218 (MSN 387) on CV-39 Feb 21, 1959.  1961: VF-193.  6/26/1961: Written off.
				145219 (MSN 388) ? as NE-xx2.   1960: VF-53.  8/11/1960: Ditched into the sea
				145220 (MSN 389)  5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145221 (MSN 390) VF-14 as AB-103.  1961: VF-14 as AB-102.  1962-63: VF-14 as AB-1xx
					On display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ, marked as 143492, on loan from 
					National Naval Aviation Museum.
				145222 (MSN 391) 1961: VF-161 as AH-101.  1963: VF-213 as NP-310.
					5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145223 (MSN 392) 1959: VF-31.  11/3/1959: Written off
				145224 (MSN 393) 1960: VF-31 as AC-107.  1961-62: VF-131 as AE-112.  1964: VF-13 as AK-100
				145225 (MSN 394) 1960: VF-31.  Feb 6, 1960: Written off
				145226 (MSN 395) 1961-62: VF-31 as AC-102.  1963: VF-31 as AC-10x
				145227 (MSN 396) 1958-59: VF-193 as NM-309.  1963: VF-213 as NP-314.
					May 5, 1964: Struck off charge at O&R NAS North Island, CA
				145228 (MSN 397) on CV-31 Feb 21, 1959  1959-60: VF-193 as NM-310.  1960: VF-53 as NF-xxx.
					10/30/1964: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145229 (MSN 398) on CV-31 Feb 21, 1959. 1958-60: VF-193 as NM-311.  ? as NE-208 
				145230 (MSN 399) on CV-31 Feb 21, 1959.  1963: VF-151 as NL-xxx.
					6/30/1963: Crashed at sea after engine seized in bad weather while operating off the USS Coral Sea. Pilot was killed 
				145231 (MSN 400) VF-193 as NM-308.  1962-63: VF-193 as NM-301
				145232 (MSN 401) 1958: VF-193 as NM-301.  On CV-31 Feb 21, 1959.  1961-63: VF-193 as NM-301.
					1963: VF-54 as NF-2xx.  5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145233 (MSN 402) on CV-31 Feb 21, 1959.  1958: ? as NM-302.  1961: VF-53.
					2/20/1961: Written off
				145234 (MSN 403)  1959-60: VF-14 as AB-104.  1959-60: VF-101 as AD-xxx.
					7/22/1960: Written off. Crashed? With VF-101?
				145235 (MSN 404) 1959: VF-14 as AB-105.  1961: VF-14.  11/25/1961: Written off.
				145236 (MSN 405) 1960-61: VF-31 as AC-10x.  1961: VF-14 as AB-106.  Nov 5, 1961: Written off? Repaired?
					10/28/1963: Damaged beyond repair in an accident at MCAS Cherry Point, NC.
				145237 (MSN 406) VF-13.   1958-59: VF-14 as AB-107.  1959-60: VF-101 as AD-xxx.
					5/11/1960: Written off? Or not?
				145238 (MSN 407) 1959: VF-14 as AB-10x.  1959-60: VF-101 as AD-xxx.
					6/24/1960: Crashed into the sea after a bad catapult shot off USS Independence. Pilot was killed. In the Mediterreanan Sea?
				145239 (MSN 408)  VF-31 as AB-10x.  1959: VF-14 as AB-109.  1959-60: VF-101 as AD-xxx.
					1961: VF-41 as AG-108.  1962-63: VF-14 as AB-108.  1963: VF-31 as AC-101.
					5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145240 (MSN 409) 1959: VF-14 as AB-10x.  1963: VF-13 as AK-108
				145241 (MSN 410) 1958-59: VF-14 as AB-101.  1961: VF-101.  2/24/1961: Written off.
				145242 (MSN 411) 1961-62: VF-131 as AE-107.  1964: VF-13.
					Mar 4, 1964: Ditched into the Mediterranean Sea after a bad catapult launch from USS Shangri La. Pilot was killed
				145243 (MSN 412) 1959-60: VF-101 as AD-131.  1960-61: VF-41 as AG-109.  1964: VF-13 as AD-xxx.
					5/27/1964: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				145244 (MSN 413) 1959: VF-121.  1961: VF-121.  Jan 4, 1961: Written off
				145245 (MSN 414) 1959-60: VF-101 as AD-xxx.  1962: VF-31 as AC-110
				145246 (MSN 415) 1959: VF-14 as AB-111.  1959-60: VF-101 as AD-xxx.  1961: VF-41 as AG-105.
					1962-63: VF-14 as AB-111.  NAF China Lake, CA, for tests.
					10/30/1964: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145247 (MSN 416) 1959: VF-14 as AB-112
				145248 (MSN 417) VF-161 as AH-106.  1961: VF-213 as NP-301
				145249 (MSN 418) 1960: VF-213.  3/24/1960: Written off
				145250 (MSN 419) 1959: VF-121.  Aug 7, 1959: Crashed
				145251 (MSN 420) 1960: VF-121.  3/17/1960: Written off
				145252 (MSN 421) 1959: VF-121 as NJ-150.  VF-151 as NL-112
				145253 (MSN 422)
				145254 (MSN 423) 1959: VF-121 as NJ-140.  5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145255 (MSN 424) 1960: VF-121.  11/30/1960: Written off
				145256 (MSN 425) VF-121 as NJ-144.  1961: VF-121.  3/14/1961: Written off
				145257 (MSN 426) 1959-60: VF-101 as AD-xxx.  1960: VF-121 as NJ-151.
					5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145258 (MSN 427) 1961: VF-213 as NP-311
				145259 (MSN 428) 1960: ? as NL-109.  1961: VF-151 as NL-xxx.  1963-64: VF-161 as AH-112
				145260 (MSN 429) 1963-64: VF-161 as AH-106
				145261 (MSN 430) 1963: VF-213 as NP-309
				145262 (MSN 431) VF-151 as NL-106.  1960: ? as NL-xxx
				145263 (MSN 432) VF-151 as NP-314.  1960: ? as NL-105.  1960-61: VF-213 as NP-3xx.  1963: VF-213 as NP-302.
					5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145264 (MSN 433) 1960: VF-53 as NF-213.  VF-161 as AH-101
				145265 (MSN 434) 1960: VF-151 as NL-xxx.  W/o 3 Mar 1960 in crash 5 miles S. of Gilroy, CA 
					after windscreen blew out.
				145266 (MSN 435) VF-161 as AH-115.  1964: VF-161 as AH-102
				145267 (MSN 436) 1960: VF-151 as NL-113.   1961: ? as NP-310.  1962-63: VF-193 as NM-302.
					1963: VF-161 as AH-xxx.   9/27/1963: Crashed while operating off the USS Oriskany
				145268 (MSN 437) 1962: VF-21 as NE-207.  1963-64: VF-161 as AH-1xx
				145269 (MSN 438) 1963-64: VF-161 as AH-110
				145270 (MSN 439) 1962-63: VF-213 as NP-303
				145271 (MSN 440) 1959: VF-92 as NG-202.  1963: VF-54 as NF-202.
					10/30/1964: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145272 (MSN 441) VF-14 as AB-100.  1961: VF-14.   Dec 7, 1961: Written off
				145273 (MSN 442)  May 5, 1964: Struck off charge at O&R NAS North Island, CA
				145274 (MSN 443) 1962: VF-161 as AH-109.  7/22/1962: Ditched into the sea
				145275 (MSN 444) 1962: VF-21 as NE-2xx
				145276 (MSN 445) 1959: VF-21.  10/5/1959: Written off
				145277 (MSN 446) 1959: VF-21.  Nov 4, 1959: Crashed near MCAS Iwakuni, Japan after a collision with F3H 145279
				145278 (MSN 447)  1960: VF-14 as AB-101.  1962: VF-31.  Nov 7, 1962: Written off
				145279 (MSN 448) 1959: VF-21.  Nov 4, 1959: Crashed near MCAS Iwakuni, Japan after a collision with F3H 145277
				145280 (MSN 449) VF-14 as AB-104.  1961: VF-14 as AB-110.  5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.
				145281 (MSN 450) (VF-14) suffered either cold catapult launch or failure of catapult harness before launch off deck of USS 
					Franklin D. Roosevelt CVA-42 in Mediterranean and rolled off the bow Mar 20, 1963.  Plane became inverted and sank.
					Pilot killed, body not recovered.
				145282 (MSN 451) 1961: VF-14 as AB-1xx.  1963: VF-14 as AB-104.
					10/30/1964: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145283 (MSN 452) 1962: VF-21 as NE-210.  1964: VF-161 as AH-114
				145284 (MSN 453) 1959: VF-14.  10/20/1959: Written off
				145285 (MSN 454) 1959: VF-21.  Oct 5, 1959: Written off.
				145286 (MSN 455) 1962: VF-14 as AB-106.
					12/27/1962: Crashed after a night catapult launch from the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt CVA-42 in the Adriatic Sea. 
					Pilot was killed
				145287 (MSN 456)  1960-61: VF-14 as AB-107.  4/24/1964: Struck off charge at O&R MCAS Cherry Point, NC
				145288 (MSN 457) 1961: VF-14 as AB-108.  VF-31 as AC-106.  10/30/1964: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145289 (MSN 458) 1959: VF-92.  12/28/1959: Written off
				145290 (MSN 459) 1961-63: VF-14 as AB-109.   10/30/1964: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145291 (MSN 460) 1958: VF-14.  7/24/1958: Flamed out and ditched into Tokyo Bay, Japan.
					Recovered and repaired and sent back to America.
					Crashed during a test flight after repairs at NATC. Ditched into Chesapeake Bay? Date? On 5/19/1960?
				145292 (MSN 461) 1960: VF-14 as AB-1xx.  1963: VF-31 as AC-10x.
					10/30/1964: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.
				145293 (MSN 462) 1962: VF-161.  Mar 7, 1962: Written off. Or with VF-101? Ditched at sea?
				145294 (MSN 463) 1963: VF-31 as AC-11x.  10/30/1964: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145295 (MSN 464) 1959: VF-121 as NJ-148.  1961: VF-161 as AH-112.  1962: VF-161 as AH-1xx.
					1964: VF-161 as AH-101.
 					During September 1964 was last F3H to be retired from VF-161, which unit was last combat 
					squadron to use the F3H.  Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145296 (MSN 465)
				145297 (MSN 466) 5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145298 (MSN 467)  1960: VF-14 as AB-105
				145299 (MSN 468) 1959-60: VF-101 as AD-125. Wrong modex?  VF-31 as AC-107.  1962: VF-31 as AC-111.
					1962: VF-31.
					10/2/1962: Written off. Did this one ditch into the Atlantic Ocean off Florida after colliding with a civilian Beechcraft plane? 
					Pilot was killed?
				145300 (MSN 469) 10/30/1964: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145301 (MSN 470) VF-53.  VF-141.  5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145302 (MSN 471)  VF-121 as NJ-139.  5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.
				145303 (MSN 472) 1959: VF-53 as NF-208.  1960: VF-53.  7/25/1960: Ditched into the Pacific Ocean off USS Ticonderoga
				145304 (MSN 473) 1960: VF-53 as NF-208.  5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145305 (MSN 474) 1961-62: VF-92 as NG-205.  1962: VF-54.  11/12/1962: Written off. Ditched into the sea?
				145306 (MSN 475) 1961: VF-193 as NM-302.  1962: VF-161.  7/24/1962: Written off
145307/145317		McDonnell F4H-1F Phantom 
				MSN 8/18.  Later redesignated F-4A-2-MC
				145307 (MSN 8) 1959-61: MAC.  *Sageburner* set low altitude speed record of 902.760
					mph over 3 km course Aug 28, 1961.  1961: VF-101 as AD-180.  1968: VF-101 as AD-180
					SOC Apr 12, 1968.  Was preserved at Paul Garber
					facility of Smithsonian Institution.  Now at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, Virginia
				145308 (MSN 9) 1959-61: MAC.  2/18/1965: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN. Assigned as a ground trainer to NATTC Memphis, TN.
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Later at St Petersburg IAP, FL.  Currently preserved at Fort Meade, MD
				145309 (MSN 10) bailed to Raytheon Corp for tests.  1963: NATC.   SOC Apr 6, 1964 at MCAS Cherry Point, NC
				145310 (MSN 11) NATC, soemwhere in 1963,  Bailed to USAF for tests of recon systems.  Placed on display at Philadelphia, PA 1964; 
					to New England Air Museum 1976. Purchased by Rich Wall 1999 for Whittaker Air Museum, San
					Diego, CA; underwent restoration to flying condition.  In 2014 was on site at Wings and Rotors
					Air Museum, French Valley Airport, Murrieta, California, being restored to flying status.
					Registered on October 26, 2020 as N815WF to F4 Phantom II Corporation, Costa Mesa, California.
				145311 (MSN 12) 1960-61: MAC.  Crashed Apr 9, 1964 while landing at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina
				145312 (MSN 13) bailed to GE Flight Test Mar 1960.  Fire on takeoff Jul 1960 totally destroyed aircraft.  Pilot survived.
				145313 (MSN 14) 1960-65: NMC as 98.  Bailed to NASA as 824.  Crashed on takeoff from Edwards AFB, CA Jul 25, 1967.
					Wreck went to MASDC
				145314 (MSN 15) SOC at NAS Memphis, TN Jul 5, 1960.  Also noted as crashing into sea off NAS Pensacola, FL Jun 29, 1961.
				145315 (MSN 16) 1960-64: NATC.  Mar 12, 1965: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.   Assigned as a ground trainer to NATTC Memphis, TN.
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Put on display aboard USS Lexington, Corpus Christi, TX, on loan
					from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				145316 (MSN 17) 1960-61: NATC.  1961: NWEF.  "Sageburner" crashed White Sands, NM May 18, 1961 while attempting to 
					set low-altitude speed record due to pilot-induced oscillations.  Pilot killed.
				145317 (MSN 18) 1960-61: NMC.  1963-68: NATC.  SOC at NATC Apr 17, 1968.
145318/145415		Vought F8U-1 Crusader 
				Redesignated F-8A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				145318 Later YF8U-1E.  Sep 3, 1958: First flight.  1958-59: VF-142 as NK-103.  1962: VF-211 as NG-112.
					1964: VF-124.  Converted to DF-8F.  1964: VU-7.  1966: VF-703 as 7D-67.
					5/21/1968: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA
				145319 NATC. Converted to DF-8F drone.  1966: VC-7 as UH-41.  1967: VC-7 as UH-31.
					To MASDC as 2F0175 Oct 13, 1970.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 26, 1976
				145320 1963: VF-211 as NP-111.  Converted to DF-8F.  1964: VU-7.  1965: VC-5 as UE-38.  1970: VC-5.
					12/29/1970: Struck off charge at Naha AB, Okinawa.
				145321 1964: Struck off charge
				145322 1958: VF-103 as AK-201.  VF-103 as AK-214.  Currently preserved at NAS Oceana, VA.
				145323 (VF-191 as NM-105) crashed Mar 16, 1962
				145324 VF-103 as AK-x03.  1964: Struck off charge
				145325 1958-59: VF-211 as NE-10x.  1969: NARTU Dallas, TX.
					To MASDC as 2F0147 from VF-53D2 NAS Dallas, TX Dec 1, 1969. To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Jul 10, 1974 
				1453261959-60: VF-24 as NE-101.  ? as NP-1xx.  NARTU Atlanta, GA.  9/21/1969: Struck off charge at NAS Atlanta, GA.
					Was preserved at Brown Field, Atlanta, GA  Was at Calhoun, Mercer Air Field, Calhoun, GA for almost 30 years.  
					Now with Evergreen Aviation Museum, OR to be restored.
				145327 VF-211 as NP-103.  1964: VU-7.  NARTU Dallas, TX.  To MASDC from VU-7 ay 18, 1965.  To FR North Island CA Apr14, 1966.  
					Converted to TF-8A.   Back to MASDC ss 2F0110 from NAS Dallas, TX Aug 13, 1969  
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 26, 1976
				145328 1965: MARTD Dallas, TX.  Wing separated from fuselage while maneuvering in air-to-air gunnery pattern 
					near Yuma, Arizona and crashed Aug 2, 1956.  Pilot ejected.
				145329 1965: VC-5 as UE-11.  NARTU Dallas, TX.  To MASDC as 2F0149 from VF-53D2 NAS Dallas, TX Dec 3, 1969.
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Jul 10, 1974 
				145330 1965: VF-703 as 7D-68.  To TF-8A.  to MASDC as 2F0161 from VF-53D2 NAS Dallas, TX Feb 2, 1970.
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 18, 1976
				145331 1958: NWC as 331.  1962: VF-191 as NM-108.  Jan 7, 1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.
				145332 (VF-103 as AK-200) crashed Aug 13, 1958.  Pilot ejected.
				145333 1960: VMF-334 as WU-6.  1964: VC-5 as UE-10.  Dec 8, 1964: Crashed in Japan
				145334 1964: VU-4.  W/o 24 Jul 1964 in crash near NAS Cecil Field, FL.   Pilot ok
				145335 Converted to DF-8F.  1969: VC-8.  Dec 11, 1969: Struck off charge at NAS Roosevelt Roads, PR
				145336 1967: VT-86 as 4B-02.  to MASDC as 2F0159 Jan 12, 1970. To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 25, 1976 
					Now at Planes of Fame Museum, Chino, CA
				145337 1964: Struck off charge
				145338 1959: VMF-334.  Crashed Jan 31, 1959 MCAS El Toro, CA.  Pilot ejected.  Pilot OK
				145339 1963-64: VF-162 as AH-211.  NARTU Dallas, TX.  To MASDC as 2F0148 from VF-53D2 NAS Dallas, TX Dec 2, 1969
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 25, 1976
				145340 (VF-174) crashed near NAS Cecil Field, FL Nov 20, 1958.  Pilot ejected
				145341 (VMF-334) crashed in southern CA Dec 9, 1958.  Pilot suffered supersonic ejection when the canopy inadvertently
					separated and the face curtain was activated by the slip-stream
				145342 Converted to DF-8A.  Converted to DF-8F.  1973: NMC as 90.  7/19/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA
				145343 NARTU Dallas, TX. To TF-8A.  To MASDC as 2F0138 from VF-53D2 NAS Dallas, TX Oct 31, 1969
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Jul 10, 1974
				145344 1969: VC-2.  6/30/1969: Written off
				145345 1967: VF-672 as 7B-28.  To MASDC as 2F0128 from V-34W1/2 NAS Willow Grove, PA Sep 30, 1969
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 18, 1976
				145346 (VMF-251) crashed Nov 18, 1960.
				145347 6/30/58:  TOS USN. Assigned Fighter Squadron 174 (VF-174), Cecil Field, FL. Used for 
					training east coast Crusader replacement pilots.
					11/60: Fighter Squadron 11 (VF-11 as AB-212), NAS Cecil Field, FL.
					2/15/61: Deployed aboard USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42), departing from Naval Station 
						Mayport, FL. The squadron spent most of FDR's cruise shore based at the U.S. naval 
						base at Rota, Spain. There the squadron averaged around 600 flight hours per month 
						while practicing tactics and gunnery. VF-11 also engaged Air Force F-104s from a 
						nearby base in mock dogfights.
					8/61: Returned to Cecil Field, FL.
					4/62: Fighter Squadron 174 (VF-174), Cecil Field, FL.
					7/6/62: Redesignated F-8A.
					1962: Utility Squadron 2 (VU-2), NAS Oceana, VA. Assisted the Anti-Air Warfare Training 
						Center at Dam Neck, VA.
					6/74: Largely withdrawn from active service, the aircraft was ferried between several 
						air stations before ending up at the U.S. Navy Plant Representative Office in 
						Baltimore, Maryland where it remained in storage until being donated to the 
						National Naval Aviation Museum.
					Ca.3/71: Ferry flight to the National Naval Aviation Museum, NAS Pensacola, FL.
					3/24/71: SOC.  Currently preserved at the USN Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				145348 VX-3.  VMF-122. NARTU Dallas, TX.
					To MASDC as 2F0119 from VF-53D2 NAS Dallas, TX Sep 9, 1969.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 18, 1976
				145349 1960: VF-62 as AK-201.  1962: VF-62 as AK-207.  1964: VF-162 as AH-201.  1964: VU-7.
					Aug 7, 1968: Struck off charge at NAS Olathe, KS
					On display at Fred E. Weisbrod Aircraft/International B-24 Museum, Pueblo, CO, on loan from National Naval
					Aviation Museum
				145350 (VF-62 as AK-203) crashed into Norwegian Sea after bad catapult shot off USS Shangri La Sep 22, 1960.  Pilot
					safely recovered.
				145351 Converted to DF-8F.  1969-70: NWC as 351.  10/13/1970: Struck off charge at NAF China Lake, CA.
				145352 1966: VC-1 as UA-10.  Converted to DF-8A.   To MASDC Jun 20 1968
				145353 1960: VF-62 as AK-202.  Converted to DF-8F.
					1965: VU-7.  To MASDC as 2F0187 Dec 15, 1970.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Jul 1, 1974
				145354 VMF(AW)-122.  VF-931.  To TF-8A.  To MASDC as 2F0117 from VF-34W1/2 NAS Willow Grove, PA Aug 27, 1969.
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 18, 1976
				145355 (VMF-334) crashed at Odessa Aug 26, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
				145356 1959: VF-124 as NJ-x00.  VF-24 as NE-118..  Jan 7, 1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.
				145357 (AB-212 with VF-11) deck pitched up, aircraft hit deck hard, and aircraft landing gear broke off while landing on
					USS Franklin D. Roosevelt CVA-42 Oct 21, 1961.  Aircraft went over
					side but pilot ejected safely.  There is a famous film sequence of this 
					accident. Date of Aug 21, 1961 also reported.
				145358 1964: VU-7.  To TF-8A.  To MASDC as 2F0143 Nov 20, 1969.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 26, 1976    
				145359 1961: VF-191 as NM-109.  To MASDC from NAS Dallas, TX Dec 6, 1967
					Sent to be a target on the China Lake Ranges, CA
				145360 VMF-251.  1966: NARTU Glynco, GA.  8/15/1966: Written off
				145361 VF-24 as NE-10x.  VMJ-4.  1964: VU-5 as UE-20.  To TF-8A
					To MASDC as 2F0153 Dec 10, 1969.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 26, 1976
				145362 last assigned to NAS Glynco, GA in Mar 1966l  Crashed Aug 15, 1966 at sea 50 NM E of NAS Glynco.  
					Pilot did not eject.
				145363 1963: VF-211 as NP-108.  1969: NARTU Washington, DC.  7/19/1969: Crashed 
				145364 1958 VF-194.  Crashed 19 Nov 1958 near NAS Fallon, NV.    Pilot ok
				145365 1961: VF-191 as NM-1xx.  1962-63: VF-191 as NM-111.  1969: NARTU Washington, DC.   Aug 2, 1969  Crashed
				145366 (VF-51) crashed near Yuma, AZ Feb 1, 1961.  Pilot ejected
				145367 (VF-124) crashed May 2, 1961
				145368 1963: VU-7.  1968: NARTU Dallas, TX.  12/17/1968: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				145369 Jan 7, 1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				145370 1960-62: VF-191 as NM-110.  VMJ-4.  1968: VF-703 as NR-109.  To TF-8A.  To MASDC as 2F0151 Dec 5, 1969. 
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 26, 1976    
				145371 VMF-321.  To MASDC from NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Jul 13, 1965.  To FR North Island, CA Apr 22, 1966.
					To TF-8A.  Returned to service,  Back to MASDC as 2F0113 from VC-2 Aug 20, 1969.
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 25, 1976
				145372 1961: VF-191 as NM-1xx.  1964: ? as AH-xxx.  1965: VU-7.  To TF-8A.  to MASDC as 2F0126 Sep 23, 1969.  
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 26, 1976
				145373 (VF-174) crashed near NAS Leeward Point, FL Nov 12, 1959.  Pilot ejected.
				145374 (VF-211 as NP-101) crashed at sea off USS Lexington Nov 17, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
				145375 (VF-62 as AK-200) crashed at NAS Cecil Field, FL May 22, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				145376 (VMF-334) crashed Jan 21, 1959.  Pilot ejected.
				145377 (VMF-333) crashed Apr 28, 1961.  Pilot ejected outside envelope of the seat and was killed.
				145378 5/28/1968: Struck off charge at NATTU Lakehurst, NJ
				145379 1961: VF-11 as AB-213.  1964: Struck off charge.
				145380 1958: VF-103 as AK-209.  2/16/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA
				145381 1964: Struck off charge
				145382 converted to DF-8D, then to DF-8F.  1965: VU-7.
					To MASDC as 2F0172 Apr 14, 1970. To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Jul 2, 1974
				145383 1959-60: VF-24 as NE-103. 1962: VU-1 as UA-07.  Converted to DF-8F.
					9/18/1967: Struck off charge at NAS Point Mugu, CA
				145384 1963: VU-7.   NARTU Washington, DC  To MASDC as 2F0111 Aug 15, 1969.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 25, 1976
				145385 to NASA as NASA 816.Used for familiarisation and proficiency by NASA research pilots.  Put in storage at
					NASA FRC Apr 3, 1970 and used for spare parts.  Later
					to AFFFTC museum,  Traded to NWC China Lake for use
					on target range.  ECHO range at Wingate airfield.
				145386 VC-4   Mar 5, 1962: Written off.
				145387 1964: ? as AH-xxx.  1965: VU-7.  1968: NARTU Dallas, TX as 7D-70.  To MASDC Jun 13, 1967.
					Sent to be a target on the China Lake Ranges, CA
				145388 VF-24 as NE-112.  VC-4.  .(VU-4) crashed at NAS Oceana, VA Mar 5, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				145389 1960: VF-91 as NG-106.  8/23/1969: Struck off charge at NAS Olathe, KS
				145390 (VF-24) went over the side of USS Midway after bad catapult shot
					Jul 28, 1959.  Pilot was able to jettison canopy and get out of the
					plane before it sank.
				145391 w1960: VF-124 as NJ-425.  1963: VU-7.  5/21/1963: Crashed near MCAS Yuma, AZ after being accidentally hit by a 
					Sidewinder AAM fired by a VMF-334 CrusaderPilot ok
				145392 1963: VU-7.  VF-672 as 7B-21. To TF-8A.   To MASDC as 2F0163 from VF-31B1/2 NAS Atlanta, GA Feb 17, 1970.  
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 18, 1976
				145393 VF-194.  1959: VF-91.  Crashed (VF-194) crashed Jun 30, 1959.  Pilot ejected
				145394 1960: VMF-323 as WS-10.  1964: VF-124.  To TF-8A.  To MASDC as 2F0116 Aug 26, 1969.  
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 25, 1976
				145395 1963: VU-7.  To MASDC as 2F0133 Oct 14, 1969.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 18, 1976
				145396 (VF-124) collided in midair with F-8 146975 Feb 27, 1962.  Location ?  Pilot ejected
				145397 12/1/1969: Struck off charge at NATFSI Lakehurst, NJ.
					Was on display at Naval Air Warfare Center, Aircraft division, Lakehurst, NJ on loan from National Naval
					Aviation Museum
				145398 To TF-8A.  to MASDC as 2F0137 from VF-34W1/2 NAS Willow Grove PA Oct 17, 1969.
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 18, 1976
				145399 VF-124.  1961: VF-191 as NM-100.  1964: VF-191 as NM-100.  USN Reserves.  To TF-8A
					To MASDC as 2F0115 from VF-53D2 NAS Dallas, TX Aug 25, 1969.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 25, 1976
				145400 1960: VMF-323 as WS-18.  1961-63: VF-124 as NJ-431.  VMJ-4.  1968: VMF-215 as 5K-1. 1969: MARTD Olathe, KS.
					4/19/1969 crashed
				145401 Mar 1, 1967: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA
				145402 1964: VF-124.  To MASDC as 2F0155 from VF-34W1/2 NAS Willow Grove, PA Dec 12, 1969.
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 26, 1976
				145403 (VF-191) crashed near NAS Yuma, AZ Mar 9, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				145404 1960-61: VF-211 as NP-112.  1964: VMF-251.  To TF-8A   NARTU Willow Grove, PA as 7W-29.
					To MASDC as 2F0157 from VF-34W1/2 NAS Willow Grove, PA Dec 12, 1969
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 26, 1976
				145405 (VMF-334) crashed west of Toro Peak, CA on routine training flight
					Aug 3, 1960, killing the pilot.
				145406 (VF-191 as NM-106) landing gear damaged off Hong Kong during landing on 
					USS Bonhomme Richard (CVA-31) and boltered.  On second attempt to land, went through 
					the barricade and left the deck and fell into the water Oct 10, 1962.  Pilot
					was able to get free of the cockpit and was picked up by a helicopter.
				145407 VF-91.  1958: VF-194.  (VF-194) crashed Sep 4, 1958.  Pilot ejected.
				145408 VF-661 as AJ-104.  To TF=8A    To MASDC as 2F0146 from VF-4W1/2 NAS Willow Grove, PA Nov 28, 1969.
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 26, 1976
				145409 1964: Struck off charge
				145410 1961: VF-191 as NM-102.  VMJ-4.  To TF-8A   To MASDC as 2F0158 Dec 18, 1969
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ May 26, 1976
				145411 H&MS-13.  1962: VU-1 as UA-25.  Converted to DF-8A.  1967: VC-1.  Aor 12, 1967: Crashed in Hawaii
				145412 VC-7.  1963: VU-7.  3/30/1965: Struck off charge at NATTU Philadelphia, PA.
					Assigned as a ground trainer to NATF Lakehurst, NJ?
				145413 1959: VMF-334 as WU-11.  Converted to F-8L  (F-8L) to MASDC as 2F196 Jan 8, 1971.  
					To Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD as range target Apr 29, 1981
				145414 (VF-124) crashed near NAS Moffett Field, CA Sep 10, 1959.  Pilot ejected.
145416/145545		Vought F8U-1E Crusader 
				Redesignated F-8B in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				145416 (F-8L) VMF-312 as DR-15.  VC-4 as JF-10.  Upgraded to F-8L.  USN Reserves.
					To MASDC as 2F224 from RAW-93 Mar 31, 1971.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 24, 1981.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145417 1960: VF-32 as AC-210.  1964: Struck off charge
				145418 (VF-154) crashed at sea off USS Coral Sea Jun 7, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
				145419 VF-191 as NM-115.  Upgraded to F-8L. NATF as 6.  Feb 6, 1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA
				145420 1964: VMF-251.  Upgraded to F-8L.  VC-4 as JF-02.
					To MASDC as 2F192 Dec 30, 1970.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 21, 1981
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145421 1964: VMF-251.  Upgraded to F-8L.  VF-321 as 6A-6    To MASDC as 2F198 Jan 18, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 23, 1981
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145422 1960: VF-124 as NJ-412.  1963: VMF-251 as DW-6.  1964: VU-10.  W/o 26 Jun 1964    Location ?
				145423 VMF-215 as 7K-113.  Upgraded to F-8L  To MASDC as 2F220 from VMF-511 NAS Willow Grove, PA Mar 23, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 15, 1981
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145424 (VF-124 as NJ-416) crashed near Nellis AFB May 6, 1961.   Pilot ejected.
				145425 1959: VF-124 as NJ-413.  1967: VMF-321 as 6A-15.  Upgraded to F-8L.  1970: NARTU Atlanta, GA.
					Jan 5, 1970: Crashed in Georgia
				145426 1964: VMF-312.  W/o Mar 10, 1964   Location ?
				145427 (VMF-312) crashed into South China Sea off USS Coral Sea May 1, 1961.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				145428 (VMF-312) crashed Apr 27, 1961 CVA-41, USS Midway  hitting round down on USS Midway ,
 					Pilot ejected
				145429 VF-11 as AC-209.  1959: VF-11 as AG-210.  1961: VF-33 as AF-20x.  1965: VU-10.  Feb 4, 1965: Written off
				145430 VMF-312 as DR-14.  1963: VF-174.  W/o Dec 4, 1963   Location ?
				145431 Upgraded to F-8L.  1968-71: VMF-511 as 5W-29 NAS Willow Grove, PA.  To MASDC as 2F223 Mar 31, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 23, 1981
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145432 VMF-235 as DB-1.  VMF-312 as DR-6.  1964: VMF-251.  1964: Struck off charge
				145433 1969: VC-4.  3/28/1969: Crashed into the Atlantic Ocean. Pilot was killed
				145434 1962: VMF-312.  W/o 5 Jan 1963 near NAS Dallas, TX     Pilot ok
				145435 Assigned to VF-32 as AG-210.  Transferred to VF-32 as AC-209, 1960-1961.
					Transferred to VF-174, 1963.   Damaged beyond repair in an accident, July 31, 1963Location ?
				145436 1960: VMF-251.  W/o Nov 18, 1960
				145437 crashed at NAS Cecil Field, FL Jan 12, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
				145438 1960-61: VF-32 as AC-xxx.  1963: VF-62 as AK-xxx.  1964: Struck off charge
				145439 1961: VMF-312 as DR-6,  W/o 30 Aug 1961 NAS Norfolk, VA
				145440 1961: VMF-312 as DR-10.  1964: VMF-232.  12/30/1964: Crashed in Hawaii.
				145441 VF-154 as NL-409.  Upgraded to F-8L.  USMC Reserves
					To MASDC as 2F221 from VMF-511, NAS Willow Grove,PA Mar 23, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 16, 1981.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145442 1959-60: VF-124 as NJ-414.  1968: VMF(AW)-235 as DB-1.  Upgraded to F-8L. USMC Reserves.
					To MASDC as 2F218 from VMF-511 NAS Willow Grove, PA Mar 9, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 16, 1981.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145443 1958: NWC as 443.  1963: VMF-251 as DW-9.   Converted to QF-8A.
					9/22/1964: Struck off charge at NADC Johnsville, PA.  1965-66: NADC Johnsville, PA.
				145444 VF-931 as 7W-23.  Upgraded to F-8L.  VF-932 as 7W-36.  To MASDC as 2F177 from RAW-93 Oct 16, 1970.  
					To Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD as range target Apr 28, 1981
				145445 1962: VMF-251 as AK-206.  1964: VMF-251.  1967: VMF-321 as 6A-11.  Upgraded to F-8L.  USMC Reserves
					To MASDC as 2F230 from VMF-511 NAS Willow Grove, PA Apr 9, 1971.  To Vought Corp, Dallas, TX Oct 31, 1978.
				145446 1962: VMF-312 as DR-7.  Upgraded to F-8L.  USMC Reserves.
					To MASDC as 2F217 from VMF-511 NAS Willow Grove, PA Mar 8, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 14, 1981
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145447 (VMF-312) pilot ejected over Mt Fuji in Japan Jan 11, 1961 during tactics flight.
				145448 VMF-334.  1961: VMF-312 as DR-11.  (VMF-312) suffered wing failure over Japan Dec 4, 1961.  
					Pilot ejected and landed after coming through thatched roof of Japanese police station.
				145449 Upgraded to F-8L.  1970: VMF-351 as 5B-12.  Converted to DF-8L.  12/20/1976: Struck off charge at NAS Point Mugu, CA
					On display at NAS Fallon Airpark, NV, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				145450 VMF-312 as DR-16.  Upgraded to F-8L.  Converted to DF-8L.  1972-77: PMTC as 112.  To MASDC as 2F409
				145451 VF-932 as 7W-28.  Upgraded to F-8L.  1971: VMF-511 as 5W-428 NAS Willow Grove, PA.  to MASDC as 2F241 May 18, 1971. 
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 24, 1981 
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145452 (VF-154) crashed in Philippine Islands May 1, 1961.  Pilot ejected
				145453 VF-932 as 7W-34.  Upgraded to F-8L.  1965: VF-932 as 7W-27.  To MASDC as 2F186 from RAW-93 Dec 14, 1970.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 19, 1981
				145454 VF-32 as AC-202.  1962: VMF-251 as AK-213.  1964: VMF-251 as DW-13.  Upgraded to F-8L.
					1965: VMF-321 as 6A-16  NAS Atlanta, GA.  To MASDC as 2F213 Feb 18, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 14, 1981
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145455 1959-61: VF-32 as AC-207.  Upgraded to F-8L.  MARTD Atlanta, GA.
					To MASDC as 2F226 from VMF-351 NAS Atlanta, GA Apr 2, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 23, 1981
				145456 1961: VF-33 as AF-00.  VU-10.  1964: Struck off charge.
				145457 VF-154 as NL-4xx.  1965: VF-931 as 7W-35.   Upgraded to F-8L.
					To MASDC as 2F200 from RAW-94 Jan 28, 1971.  To Holloman AFB, NM Sep 6, 1984 as range target.
				145458 962: VMF-251 as AK-203.  1964: VMF-251.  Upgraded to F-8L  To MASDC as 2F211 Feb 10, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 23, 1981
				145459 1964: VMF-251.  Upgraded to F-8L.   1971: VMF-321 as 5A-01.  To MASDC as 2F203 Jan 29, 1971.  
					To Vought Corp, Dallas, TX Oct 31, 1978l.  Fuselage stored at Falcon Field, AZ.
				145460 (1959-60: VF-32 as AC-20x.   1960-61: VF-32 as AC-208.  1962: VMF-251 as AK-207.  1964: VMF-251.
					VMF-511 as 7W-25.  Upgraded to F-8L.   MARTD Atlanta, GA.  To MASDC as 2F243 from VMF-351 NAS Atlanta, GA May 28, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 20, 1981
				145461  1962: VMF-251 as AK-2xx  1963: VMF-251.  11/26/1963: Crashed near NAS Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico
				145462 1964: VMF-251.  Upgraded to F-8L.  1966: VMF-511 as 7W-33 NAS Willow Grove, PA.  To MASDC as 2F219 Mar 18, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 23, 1981
				145463 1967-68: VC-5 as UE-8.  Upgraded to F-8L. US Marine Corps.  To MASDC as 2F227 Apr 5, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 23, 1981
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145464 (VMF-232) crashed May 23, 1962
				145465 crashed at sea off USS Independence CVA-62 Aug 24, 1959.  Pilot ejected
				145466 1961: VF-154 as NL-402.  1964: VU-7.  VF-931 as 7W-34.  Upgraded to F-8L.  US Marine Corps
					to MASDC as 2F205 Feb 1, 1971.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 21, 1981
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145467 1962: VMF-251 as AK-2xx.  1965: VMF-251.  W/o Jan 11, 1965
				145468 1964: Struck off charge.
				145469 1962: VMF-323 as WT-211.  1966: NARTU Atlanta, GA.  Aug 10, 1966: Written off.
				145470 VF-154 as NL-406.  Upgraded to F-8L.  1/31/1971: Struck off charge at NAS Atlanta, GA.
				145471 Upgraded to F-8L.  USMC Reserves.  To MASDC as 2F242 from VMF-511 NAS Willow Grove, PA May 24, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 23, 1981.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145472 Upgraded to F-8L.  MARTD Atlanta, GA.  To MASDC as 2F207 from VMF-351 NAS Atlanta, GA Feb 1, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 21, 1981
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145473 Upgraded to F-8L.  MARTD Atlanta, GA.  1968: NAS Willow Grove, PA as 7W-26
					To MASDC as 2F212 from VMF-351 NAS Atlanta, GA Feb 16, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 15, 1981
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145474 Upgraded to F-8L.  USMC Reserves.  To MASDC as 2F210 from VMF-511 NAS Willow Grove, PA Feb 8, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 24, 1981
				145475 VMF-312 as DR-8.  1965-67: NARTU Willow Grove, PA as 7W-22.
					Jun 1, 1967: Crashed near NAS Willow Grove, PA.
				145476 Upgraded to F-8L.  MARTD Atlanta, GA.  To MASDC as 2F214 to VMF-251 NAS Atlanta, GA Feb 19, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 16, 1981
				145477 VMF-122 as DC-3.   1964: VMF-122.  VMF-235.  Upgraded to F-8L. 1970: NARTU Washington, DC.
					VMF-321 Hell's Angels NAF Washington DC Marine Reserves, Andrews AFB, Maryland  Routine training flight. 
					Mid-air collision with 145497 between Nanticoke and lower Dorchester, Wicomico County, MD
					23 miles from Pax River. Crashed in a field near Bivalve, Wicomico County, MD  9th March 1970.  Pilot was killed
				145478 1961: VF-33 as AF-214.   1968-69: VC-5 as UE-11.  1/14/1969: Crashed into the sea off Okinawa 
				145479 1962: VMF-312 as DR-18.  Upgraded to F-8L.  US Marine Corps Reserves.
					To MASDC as 2F195 Jan 6, 1971.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 21, 1981
				145480 VMF-235 as DB-13.  1963: VMF-251.  Crashed 24 Jan 1963 near MCAS Beaufort, SC.  Pilot ok
				145481 1964: VMF-251.  Upgraded to F-8L.  Converted to DF-8L.  1976: PMTC as 109. 
					To MASDC from NAS Willow Grove, PA Nov 13, 1967.  To NPRO EP Dallas, TX Dec 8, 1968
				145482 1960-61: VF-32 as AC-206.  1964: Struck off charge
				145483 VMF-235 as DB-9.  1962: VMF-251 as AK-20x.  1967: VF-931 as 7W-24.  Upgraded to F-8L
					to MASDC as 2F209 from VMF-351 NAS Atlanta, GA Feb 4, 1971.  
					To Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Apr 29, 1981 as range target.
					Also reported as being seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145484 (VMF-235) crashed at MCAS Beaufort Jun 13, 1960.
				145485 (VMF-122) crashed at Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico Apr 21, 1962.  Pilot ejected but killed.
				145486 1965: VF-932 as 7W-34.  Upgraded to F-8L  To MASDC as 2F222 fr9 VMF-511 NAS Willow Grove, PA Mar 24, 1971. 
					To Holloman AFB, NM Sep 6, 1984 as range target
				145487 1959: VMF-235 as DB-14.  Cockpit section possibly cut off after an accident and used in the early development of a 
					capsule ejection system?  1964: Struck off charge?
				145488 1968: VC-5 as UE-6.  Upgraded to F-8L.  USN Reserves.  To MASDC as 2F173 from RAW-93 Sep 24, 1970.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 24, 1981.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM		
				145489 VMF-235 as DB-00.  1964: VMF-251.  Upgraded to F-8L.  NARTU Atlanta, GA
					to MASDC as 2F183 from VMF-351 NAS Atlanta, GA Dec 3, 1970.  
					To Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Apr 28, 1981 as range target.
				145490 1960-61: VF-32 as AC-204.  VF-31.  1961: VF-33 as AF-212.  Upgraded to F-8L.  MARTD Atlanta, GA.
					To MASDC as 2F215 from VMF-351 NAS Atlanta, GA Feb 19, 1971. 
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 23, 1981
				145491 Upgraded to F-8L.  MARTD Atlanta, GA.   To MASDC as 2F239 from VMF-351 NAS Atlanta, GA May 7, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 20, 1981
				145492 1964: VMF-251.  VF-931 as AJ-202.  Upgraded to F-8L.  1970: VMF-321 as 6A-5.
					To MASDC as 2F202 from RAW-66 Jan 29, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 20, 1981
				145493 (VMF-232) crashed at sea off USS Hancock CVA-19 Feb 8, 1962.  Pilot ejected
				145494 (VA-216) crashed Mar 24, 1960
				145495 VMF-232 as WT-4.  1965: VF-661 as 6A-5.  1966: NARTU Washington, DC.  5/20/1966: Crashed near NAS Miramar, CA
				145496 (VF-32) crashed Nov 26, 1960.  Pilot ejected
				145497 VMF-232 as WT-204.  1968: VC-5 as UE-7.  Upgraded to F-8L.   1970: MARTD Washington, DC
					VMF-321 Hell's Angels NAF Washington DC Marine Reserves, Andrews AFB, Maryland  Routine training flight. 
					Mid-air collision with 145477  between Nanticoke and lower Dorchester, Wicomico County, MD 
					23 miles from Pax River. Crashed in a field near Bivalve,  Wicomico County. MD  9th March 1970
				145498 (MSN 453) 1959-60: VF-32 as AC-2xx.  1961: VF-33 as AF-202.  1967-68: VC-5 as UE-9. Upgraded to F-8L.
					1970: VMF-321 as 6A-3.  Converted to DF-8L.  As DF-8L with Pacific Missile Test Centre 
					coded 106. 11/23/1976: written off and was cannibalised in 1978 for spare parts to keep VFP-63’s RF-8s flying. 
				145499 Upgraded to F-8L.  USMC Reserves.  To MASDC as 2F189 from VMF-511 NAS Willow Grove, PA Dec 21, 1970.  
					To Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Apr 29, 1981 as range target
				145500 VMF-235.  (VMF-232 as VT-7) crashed near MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI Mar 17, 1960.  
				145501 1962: VMF-232 as WT-206.  1964: VMF-232.  2/25/1964: Crashed near MCAS Kanehoe Bay, HI
				145502 Upgraded to F-8L.  To MASDC as 2F178 Nov 23, 1970.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 16, 1981.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145503 VMF-235 as DB-7.  Upgraded to F-8L.  To MASDC as 2F216 Feb 24, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 14, 1981
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM 
				145504 1964: VMF-232 as WT-213.  8/13/1964: Crashed in Hawaii.
				145505 1960: VMF-232.  Crashed Feb 5, 1960
				145506 1964: VMF-232.  5/21/1964: Crashed near MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI.
				145507 1964: Struck off charge
				145508 (VMF-232) crashed near MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI Jun 2, 1960.  Pilot ejected
				145509 Upgraded to F-8L.  US Marine Corpsto MASDC as 2F191 Dec 30, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 24, 1981.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145510 1964: Struck off charge 
				145511 VMF-235 as DB-19.  1964: Struck off charge
				145512 1959: VMF-235 as DB-20.  Upgraded to F-8L. USMC Reserves  
					To MASDC as 2F188 from VMF-511 NAS Willow Grove PA Dec 21, 1971.  
					To Aberdeen Proving Grounds Apr 28, 1981 as range target.
				145513 1959: VF-32 as AC-xxx.  1964: Struck off charge
				145514 1964: VMF-251.   Upgraded to F-8L.  1965: VF-321.  1968: VC-5 as UE-10.  VF-932 as 7W-38.  1970: VF-932 as 7W-32.
					To MASDC as 2F180 from RAW-93 Nov 23, 1970.  To Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Apr 29, 1981 as range target.
				145515 1960-61: VF-32 as AC-203.   1965: VF-932 as 7W-21.  9/20/1967: Struck off charge.
				145516 VF-154 as NL-412.\  1963: VMF-232.  DBR Sep 3, 1963
				145517 VF-32 as AC-213.   VF-31.  1961: VF-33 as AF-208.  1961-62: VF-162 as AF-208.  1962: VF-62 as AK-2xx 
					Crashed at Leeward Point, Cuba on flight from Cecil Field, Florida to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
					Aug 25, 1962.  Pilot ejected and was found two days later by a USAF rescue crew.  He had suffered
					a broken back due to the ejection.  
				145518 VF-32 as AC-209.  1969: MARTD Olathe, KS.  Feb 9, 1969: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				145519 1964: Struck off charge
				145520 1962: VMF-122 as DC-10.  1963: VMF-251 as DW-17.  Upgraded to F-8L.  USN Reserves.
					To MASDC as 2F208 from RAW-93 Feb 2, 1971
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 23, 1981
				145521 Upgraded to F-8L.  NATC as 521.  1968: Test Pilot School as 521
					To MASDC as 2F182 Nov 24, 1970.  To Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Apr 28, 1981 as range target
				145522 (VMF-232) crashed at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines Jul 11, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				145523 1962: VMF-232.  7/11/1962: Crashed near NAS Cubi Point, Philippines
				145524 (VF-154 as NL-411) crashed Aug 18, 1959
				145525 Upgraded to F-8L.  USMC Reserves to MASDC as 2F206 from VMF-511 NAS Willow Grove, PA Feb 1, 1971.  
					To Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Apr 29, 1981 as range target.
				145526 VMF-232 as WT-17.  1968: NARTU Willow Grove, PA.  4/19/1968: Crashed near Chanute AFB, IL
				145527 (F-8L) to MASDC as 2F181 Nov 23, 1970.  To Vought Corp, Dallas, TX Nov 14, 1978.
					Remanufactured by Thunderbird Aviation and given the N-number of N37TB
				145528 Upgraded to F-8L.  Converted to DF-8L.  1974-79: PMTC as 105.  12/24/1976: Struck off charge at NAF China Lake, CA.  
					On display at Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division, China Lake, CA,
					on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.   
				145529 VF-32.  1961: VMF-232.  (VMF-232) crashed Dec, 7, 1961. 12/10/1961: Written off
				145530 10/21/1959: Written off
				145531 1965: VF-661 as 6A-8.  Upgraded to F-8L. USN Reserves. To MASDC as 2F201 from RAW-93 Jan 29, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 20, 1981
				145532 Upgraded to F-8L.  1968: NAS Willow Grove, PA as 7W-16.
					To MASDC as 2F225 from VMF-511 NAS Willow Grove, PA Apr 1, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 16, 1981.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145533 1960: VMF-232 as WT-7.  1969: VF-194 as NM-407.  Upgraded to F-8L.  USMC Reserves.
					To MASDC as 2F199 from VMF-511 NAS Willow Grove, PA Jan 26 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 24, 1981
				145534 1968: VMF(AW)-235 as DB-10.  Upgraded to F-8L.  US Marine Corps.  
					To MASDC as 2F184 Dec 4, 1970.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 20, 1981
				145535 (VF-124) crashed while landing at Moffett Field, CA in Jun 15, 1959. Pilot was killed.
				145536 1964: Struck off charge
				145537 1961: VF-33 as AF-205.  1963: VF-62 as AK-2xx.  5/17/1963: Crashed at sea off USS Shangri La
				145538 USMC.  VF-661.  1965: NARTU Washington, DC.  2/18/1965: Crashed near NAF Washington, DC
				145539 1960: VMF-232 as WT-1.  Dec 3, 1968: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.
					12/18/1968: Struck off charge at NAS Miramar, CA
				145540 VMF-312 as DR-1.  1964: Struck off charge
				145541 VF-154.  1962: VMF-312.  (VMF-312) crashed at MCAS El Toro Jun 22, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				145542 1960: VMF-232 as WT-3.  Upgraded to F-8L.  To MASDC as 2F197 Jan 11, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Apr 23, 1981.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145543 1962: VMF-312 as DR-1.  VF-154 as NL-411.  Upgraded to F-8L.  NARTU Washington, DC.   
					To MASDC as 2F179 from RAW-66 Nov 23, 1970.  To Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Apr 28, 1981 as range target.
				145544 '7W-29' F-8B VMF-511 (undated photo).  Converted to DF-8F.  1967-68: VC-5 as UE-12.
					Apr 8, 1968: Stalled and crashed into the sea off Okinawa. Pilot was killed.
				145545 1964: Struck off charge
145546/145603		Vought F8U-2 Crusader
				Redesignated F-8C in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				145546 8/20/1958: First flight   Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.  Registered as NASA 802
					On May 25, 1972, the highly modified F-8 became the first aircraft to fly completely dependent 
					upon an electronic flight-control system without any mechanical backup. The DFBW program 
					lasted 13 years. The final research flight, the 210th of the program, was made April 2, 1985
					Was preserved at the Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards AFB, CA. Where now?
				145547 1963: VF-124. Crashed near NAS Miramar, CA. 7 Nov 1963   
				145548 (MSN 398) Modified to F8U-2N.  1961-71: NATC as 548.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					To MASDC as 2F238 Apr 28 1971.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 11, 1986
 					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				145549 1963-64: VF-84 as AG-206.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1974: VC-10 as JH-9.
					Nov 4, 1974: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.  Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				145550 Upgraded to F-8K.  1972: VMF-321 as MG-2.  1974: VF-191 as NM-xxx.  NWC, at NAF China Lake, CA as 00.
					1/21/1976: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA
					Put on display at Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York, NY, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				145551 (VF-103) crashed into sea while being launched from catapult Feb 5, 1963.  Pilot killed.
				145552 VF-103 as AJ-xxx.  1960: VF-84 as AG-2xx.  (VF-84) pilot ejected after bad catapult shot from 
					USS Independence (CVA-62) Mar 29, 1960
				145553 1965: NATC.  Upgraded to F-8K.  6/17/1974: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA
				145554 (NSB 458) Assigned to VF-84 as AG-210, 1962.  Transferred to VF-13 as AJ-xxx.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					Transferred to VMF-321 as SA-5.
					To MASDC as 2F274 from VMF-321 NAS Ancrews, MD. Oct 29, 1973.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 8, 1985.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				145555 1964: Struck off charge
				145556 (VX-3) crashed at NAS Oceana Sep 23, 1959.  Pilot ejected
				145557 (MSN 480) 1962-63: VMF-333 as DN-20.  1968: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1972: VF-321 as MG-11.
 					To MASDC as 2F319 from MARTD Atlanta, GA Oct 6, 1975.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Aug 22, 1986.  
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				145558 (MSN 486) Transferred to VF-84 as AG-209, 1962-1964.  Transferred to VC-2 as JE-2, 1966.
					Transferred to VF-62 as AJ-211, 1967-1969.  Upgraded to F-8K.  Transferred to VMF-351 NAS Atlanta, GA
					To AMARC as 2F289 Mar 6, 1974.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 7, 1985
					Seen in desert outside Socorro, NM at New Mexico Tech facility for tests
				145559 1959: VF-84 as AG-201.  VF-84 as AG-200.  1967: VMF-334 as WU-12.  1968: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					7/17/1974: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA
				145560 1961: NATC as 560.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1972: VMF-321 as MG-01.  1973: VMF-321.
					Engine seized, aircraft crashed in a farmer's field 8 miles from Seymour Johnson AFB 
 					8th May 1973  
				145561 1966: NATC.  3/30/1966: Crashed near NAS Patuxent River, MD due to fuel cell explosion.
				145562 (MSN 503) VF-91 as NG-109.  VF-174 as AD-203.  VC-7 as UH-10.   1967-68: VF-62 as AJ-208.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					VC-2 as JE-1.  1971: VMF-321 as 5A-10.  1973: VMF-321 as MG-10.NAS Andrews, MD
					To MASDC as 2F266 Sep 28, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 8, 1985.  
					Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				145563 VF-91.  VF-194.  1961-62: VMF-323 as WS-202.  1963: VF-91 as NG-xxx.  5/14/1963: Crashed at sea off USS Ranger. (CV-61)
				145564 1960: VF-91 as NG-xxx.  W/o Apr 29, 1960
				145565 1961-63: VF-91 as NG-108.  Upgraded to F-8K.  7/17/1974: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA
				145566 VF-84 as AG-209.   1960: VF-91 as NG-111.  1964: VU-7.  1967: VF-111 as AH-104.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					1974: VC-10 as JH-8.  10/22/1974: Struck off charge at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
				145567 1959: VF-124 as NJ-401.  1960: VF-91 as NK-1xx.  1961: VF-142 as NK-213.
					1962: VF-91 as NG-xxx. Or with VF-194 when lost?
					(VF-194) crashed near Yuma, AZ May 7, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				145568 1963-64: VMF-333.  Upgraded to F-8K.  Jan 4, 1975: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				145569 1966: NARTU Atlanta, GA.  6/20/1966: Crashed near Yuma, AZ
				145570 1959: VF-124 as NJ-403.  VF-194.   1961: VF-91 as NG-xxx. Or VF-191 when lost?
					(VF-191) suffered catastrophic engine faiure on takeoff from NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Aug 17, 1961.
					Pilot ejected successfully
				145571 (VF-84) crashed at see off USS Independence (CV-62) Jan 7, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
				145572 1(MSN 533) 959: VF-84 as AG-206.  1963-64: VF-84 as AG-211.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					1972: VMF-511 as MK-29.  VMF-351 NAS Atlanta, GA. 
					To MASDC as 2F286 Jan 22, 1974.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 3, 1985
					Seen at New Mexico Tech in desert outside Socorro, NM
				145573 (VF-84) crashed near NAS Leeward Point, FL Nov 17, 1959.  Pilot ejected.
				145574 VMFA-?NAS Atlanta Marine Reserves  crashed near Atlanta, GA 1st August 1, 1973  
				145575 (MSN 539) 1960-62: VF-84 as AG-207.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1969-70: VC-2 as JE-2.  VMF-351.
					To MASDC as 2F316 from MARTD Atlanta, GA Sep 28, 1975.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining 
					and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 7, 1985.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				145576 1960: VF-91 as NG-109.  1966: VMF-334.   w/o Feb 23, 1966
				145577 1960: VF-91 as NG-110.  1962: VF-91 as NG-110.  1963: VF-124.
					12/13/1963: Crashed into the California desert near NAAS El Centro, CA due to a hydraulics failure
				145578 1961: VF-91 as NG-xxx.  1961: VF-194  (VF-194) crashed at sea off USS Ranger CV-61 Sep 19, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
				145579 VF-24.  1965: VF-194 as NM-401.  1966: VC-5.  Upgraded to F-8K.   11/13/1972: Struck off charge at NAS Norfolk, VA
				145580 (MSN 549) Assigned to VMF-333, 1963-1964.  Transferred to VF-84 as AG-211.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					Transferred to Test Pilot School as TPS-02, 1972.  To MASDC as 2F287 from NTPS NAS Patuxent River, MD Jan 28, 1974.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 8, 1985.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				145581 1962-63: VF-91 as NG-105.  1964: VF-194 as NM-4xx.  6/25/1964: Ditched into the sea off Japan. 
				145582 1962-63: VF-91 as NG-109.  1967: VMF-334.  6/30/1967: Written off
				145583 (MSN 554) 1964: VF-124.  1964: VU-7.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1970: VF-202 as ND-201.  VF-301.
 					To MASDC as 2F256 from VF-302 NAS Miramar, CA Sep 11, 1973.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 7, 1985.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				145584 (MSN 557) Upgraded to F-8K.  NATC as 584.  1971: Test Pilots School as 584.
					To MASDC as 2F291 from MARTD Atlanta, GA Apr 26, 1974. 
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 3, 1985. 
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				145585 1959: VF-84 as AG-212.  1964: VU-4.   8/24/1964: Crashed near NAS Cecil Field, FL
				145586 (VF-174) crashed at Wilmington, NC Oct 17, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				145587 1959: VF-84 as AG-213.  Upgraded to F-8K.  7/17/1974: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA
				145588 1965: VU-4 as JC-3.   1967: VC-4.  3/22/1967: Flamed out and crashed near Murfreesboro, NC
				145589 1960: VF-91 as NG-105.   Aug 1, 1960: Crashed near NAS Iwakuni, Japan. Pilot was killed
				145590 (MSN 569) Upgraded to F-8K.  VC-10 NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
					To MASDC as 2F314 Sep 5, 1975.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 7, 1985.
					Seen in desert outside Socorro, NM at New Mexico Tech facility for tests 
				145591 (VMF-333) crashed at Ramey AFB in Puerto Rico Oct 15, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				145592 (MSN 572) 1959: VF-103 as AJ-203.  1962-63: VF-103 as AJ-203.  1967: VC-4 as JF-13.
					Remanufactured as F-8K 1967. Thunderbird Aviation rebuilt and
					restored this aircraft, rebuilt from various F-8 parts including F-8L wings and F-8J 
					engine. VMF-351  To MASDC as 2F330 friom MARTD Atlanta, GA Oct 30, 1975.  
					To LTV Dallas, TX Mar 22, 1984  FAA N-number N19TB. Currently owned by Paul Allen/Vulcan Warbirds 
					Inc. Currently preserved with the Flying Heritage Collection in Arlington, WA 
				145593 Upgraded to F-8K.  1970: MARTD Dallas, TX.  Feb 5, 1970: Crashed at NAS Dallas, TX
				145594 1959-61: VF-103 as AJ-203.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1972: VMF-351 as MC-10
					To MASDC as 2F328 from MARTD Atlanta, GA Oct 24, 1975.  To LTV, Dallas, TX Mar 22, 1984.
					fuselage stored at Falcon Field, AZ.
				145595 1962: VMF-323 as WS-200.    Upgraded to F-8K.  VMF-122.  1970: VMF-112.  Jul 9, 1970: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				145596 1963: VF-103 as AJ-207.  VC-4 as JF-13.  1967: VC-4 as JF-15.  1967-68: VF-62 as AJ-206.
					Upgraded to F-8K?  1969: VC-7..  Oct 9, 1969: Crashed into the sea off NAS Miramar, CA due to engine failure.
				145597 1960: VF-102 as AJ-209.  1962-63: VF-103 as AJ-200.  Crashed Aug 2, 1963  Location ?
				145598 (MSN 582) 1963: VF-174 as AD-209. 1967-68: VF-62 as AJ-205.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1972: VMF-321 as MG-8 NAS Andrews, MD
					To MASDC as 2F272 Oct 14, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 3, 1985.
					Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in 
					desert near Socorro, NM
				145599 1964: Struck off charge
				145600 1962-63: VF-103 as AJ-207.  1963: VF-103 as AJ-206.  1965: VC-4.  7/16/1965: Crashed in a park in Dallas, TX
				145601 1967: VC-2 as JE-5.  3/13/1967: Written off
				145602 1959-61: VF-103 as AJ-205.  1963: VF-91 as NG-109.  1964: Struck off charge
				145603 (MSN 590) 1959-60: VF-103 as AJ-2xx.  VC-2 as JE-14.  Upgraded to F-8K.  VMF-321 NAS Andrews, MD
					Ro MASDC as 2F279 Dec 20, 1973  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 8, 1985.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM	
145604/145647		Vought F8U-1P Crusader  
				Redesignated RF-8A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				145604 VFP-62 as GA-912.  1961-62: VFP-62 as AF-912.  1962: VFP-62.
					Attached to VFP-62 squadron. Crashed while taking off from NAS Cecil Field, FL, 16 Oct. 1962. 
					Pilot was injured but survived..
				145605 (VF-211) lost port landing gear in contact with flight deck while attempting to land on USS Midway (CV-41)
					off California Jul 24, 1958.  Pilot ejected with no injuries, plane lost at sea
				145606 VFP-62.  1959: VCP-63   (VCP-63) in midair collision with F8U-1P 145610 near NAS Cecil Oct 29 1959.  Pilot ejected
				145607   Assigned VFP-62 as AG-910, 1962-1964.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  Transferred to VFP-63 as NM-xxx, 1970.
					Recoded as AF-600.  Transferred to VFP-206 as AF-600, 1974-1987.  Recoded as AF-605, 1985.
					Loaned to Rockwell Corp for wing tests as N114NR, 1987  Was displayed at Edwards AFB, CA.  Moved 2009 to Castle Air Museum,
					Atwater, CA for restoration.
				145608 1961-62: VFP-62 as AF-914.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1967: VFP-63 as PP-9xx.  1969: VFP-63 as AH-603.
					1969: VFP-63 as PP-991.  1971: VFP-63 as PP-604.  1973: VFP-63 as NF-604.  1977: VFP-63 as AB-602.
					1978: VFP-63 as PP-641 NAS Miramar, CA  To MASDC as 2F0422 Apr 13, 1982. To Pacific Coast Museum, CA Jul 31, 2002. Nose section located at
					Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA
				145609 1959: TOS USN. Assigned to Marine Composite Reconnaissance Squadron 3 (VMCJ-3), MCAS El Toro, CA.
					7/6/62: Redesignated RF-8A.
					1966:  Fighter Photo Reconnaissance Squadron 62 (VFP-62), NAS Cecil Field, FL.
					1966: Converted to RF-8G.
					1972: Marine Photo Reconnaissance Squadron 4 (VMJ-4), NAS Olathe, KS.
					Jan 18, 1974 to MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ for storage as 2F284.
					Dec 18, 1975 to NARF North Island, CA.  Returned to service.
					1/76: Light Photographic Squadron 63 (VFP-63), NAS Miramar, CA.
					Back To MASDC as 2F0425 Apr 27, 1982. 
					Dec 3, 2002: Removed from storage at AMARC for eventual display at the Naval Air Museum, 
						Barbers Point, HI. Apparently the transfer never took place.
					12/02: Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
					By 2007: National Naval Aviation Museum, NAS Pensacola, FL.
					2013-2016: Restored. Marked as when with VFP-62.
				145610 (VCP-63) in midair collision with F8U-1P 145606 near NAS Cecil Field, FL Oct 29, 1959.  Pilot ejected.
				145611 VFP-62 as GA-912.  1962: VMCJ-2 as CY-3.  1964-65: VMCJ-2.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1967-68: VFP-63 as NM-602.
					1969: VFP-63 as NP-xxx.  (VFP-63 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) lost Dec 16, 1969, Gulf of Tonkin.  Pilot MIA.
				145612 (assigned to VMCJ-2 at MCAS Cherry Point, NC Crashed near MCAS Cherry Point, NC Mar 8, 1965
				145613 Upgraded to RF-8G  (VFP-63 attached to USS Midway (CVA-41)) damaged by ground fire over North Vietnam 
					Jun 16, 1972.  Pilot ejected over Gulf of Tonkin and was rescued by SH-3 helicopter
				145614 1959: VFP-61 as PP-930.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1965: VFP-63 as PP-985.  1967: VFP-63 as PP-992.
					(VFP-63 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) shot down by ground fire near Than Hoa, 
					North Vietnam Jun 5, 1967.   Pilot POW.
				145615 Upgraded to RF-8G.  1965-66: VFP-63 as PP-92x.  1970: VFP-63 as NM-602.  VFP-303.  1973: VFP-306
					(VFP-306) suffered compressor stall and flameout near Arizona-New Mexico border Jul 14, 1973 and pilot
					forced to eject.  Aircraft crashed 20 mi E of Globe, Arizona
				145616 1964: VFP-62 as AE-924.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1966-67: VFP-63 as PP-993.  1972: VFP-301 as AA-xxx.
					1972: VFP-306 as ND-601.  1976: VFP-63 as AB-603.  1977: VFP-63.   Crashed (VFP-63) Aug 30, 1977.
				145617 (VFP-63 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) suffered control system failure 
					after launch over Gulf of Tonkin Oct 8, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				145618 (VFP-62) crashed in Okeefenokee Swamp, Florida Aug 30, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
				145619 (VMCJ-1) crashed Jun 9, 1959.  Pilot ejected.
				145620 (VFP-63 attached to USS Midway (CVA-41)) hit by AAA over NVN May 8, 1965 and made run
					for the sea.  Controls froze after midair refuelling and pilot ejected 30 mi off Dong Hoi
					and was rescued by HU-16
				145621 1962: VFP-62 as AE-900.  1964: VFP-62.  W/o 13 Jul 1964  aboard USS Enterprise (CVN-65). Location ?
				145622 1959: VFP-62 as AB-914.  1962: VFP-62 as AG-920.  VFP-62 as GA-920.  1964-65: VMCJ-2.
					Upgraded to RF-8G.   VFP-63 as xx-920. NAS Miramar, CA
					To MASDC Jun 14, 1971. To NARF, Norfolk, VA Nov 10, 1976.  Returned to service
					Returned to MASDC as 2F0430 from VFP-63 NAS Miramar, CA May 25, 1982.
					To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Aug 13, 2002.  Scrapped
				145623 Assigned to VMCJ-2, 1964-1965.  Recoded as CY-2, 1966.  Transferred to VMJ-4 as 7X-54, 1966.
					Upgraded to RF-8G.  Transferred to VFP-63 as PP-644. NAS Miramar,CA.  To MASDC as 2F233 Apr 14, 1971 
					To NARF Norfolk, VA Dec 18, 1975.  Returned to service
					Back to AMARC as 2F0432 from VFP-306 Andrews AFB, MD Sep 25, 1984.  
					To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Aug 13, 2002.  Scrapped
				145624 1959: VFP-62 as AB-913.  1960-61: VFP-62 as AC-901.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1968: VMJ-4 as 7K-115.
					1970: VFP-63 as NM-602.
					(VFP-63) skidded off flight deck after failed catapult launch in Gulf of Tonkin from 
					USS Oriskany (CVA-34) Nov 14, 1970, Gulf of Tonkin.  Pilot killed.
				145625 Assigned to VCP-63 as PP-913, 1959.  Transferred to VFP-63.  Transferred to VFP-62 as AC-925.
					Transferred to VFP-62 as AJ-910, 1965-1966.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  Transferred to VFP-63 as AH-601, 1967-1969.
					Recoded as PP-906, 1969.  Transferred to VFP-206 as AF-630, 1971-1976.  Recoded as AF-600, 1976.
					Transferred to VFP-63 as NL-610, 1979.  Transferred to VFP-206 as AF-631. Transferred to VFP-206, 1981.
					Struck off charge at NAF Andrews, MD, August 14, 1981.
				145626 1964: Struck off charge
				145627 1963: VFP-62 as AE-903.  VFP-62 as AC-927.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  VFP-63.NAS Miramar, CA.  
					To MASDC as 2F228 Apr 6, 1971.  To Vougt Corp, Dallas, TX Apr 6, 1978.  Returned to service
					Back to MASDC as 2F420 from VFP-63 NAS Miramar, CA Feb 1, 1982.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Aug 13, 2002.  Scrapped
				145628 converted to NRF-8A. 1970: NADC as 628.  To MASDC as 2F174 Sep 30, 1970 
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Jul 1, 1974.
				145629 VFP-62 as AE-916.  1961: VFP-62 as AB-916.  1962: VFP-62 as GA-906.  Upgraded to RF-8G.
					1969: VFP-63 as NL-600.  1971-74: VFP-63 as AE-600.  1975: VFP-63 as PP-606.  1977: VFP-63 as AB-6xx.
					May 11, 1977: Crashed at sea after a bad catapult shot off USS J.F. Kennedy (CV-67).
				145630 (VFP-62 as AC-902) crashed Dec 1, 1960 off USS Saratoga (CV-60).  Pilot ejected.
				145631 (MSN 465) VMCJ-1 as RM-12.  1965: VFP-63 as PP-931.  1966-67: VFP-62 as AJ-907.
					Upgraded to RF-8G.  1971: VFP-306 as ND-602.  To MASDC  as 2F251 May 15, 1973. To Vought Corp, Dallas, TX Apr 6, 1978.  
					Returned to service
					Back to MASDC transferred from US Navy inventory ex PCN 2F424 as FC-036 Apr 26, 1982.
					To Smoky Hill, KS as range target Mar 10, 1990
				145632 (VFP-63) crashed in Philippine Islands Dec 1, 1969 and pilot ejected safely.
				145633 1963-64: VFP-62 as AG-905.  Upgraded to RF-8G.   1971: VMJ-4 as 5D-42.  VFP-62 as GA-912.
					1977-81: VFP-306 as AF-603.  1985: VFP-206 as AF-603.  VFP-206 as AF-703 Andrews AFB, MD. 
					 To AMARC as 2F0436 Mar 27, 1987.  Seen at Davis-Monthan AMARC on 8/28/2017
				145634 (VFP-62) crashed at sea Nov 13, 1963.  Pilot ejected safely and was picked up by
					rescue helicopter.  The helicopter crashed 3 mi from NAS Oceana due to engine problem,
					but both the helicopter crew and the rescued pilot were uninjured.
				145635 1959: VMCJ-2 as CY-1.  1964-65: VMCJ-2.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  VMJ-4 as 7K-116.
					VFP-63. NAS Miramar, CA
					To MASDC as 2F235 Apr15, 1971.  To NARF Norfolk, VA Nov 10, 1976.  Returned to service
					1980: VFP-63.  Oct 10, 1980: Struck off charge at NAS Miramar, CA.
				145636 VMCJ-2 as CY-2.  1967: VC-7 as UH-33. 1967: VFP-63 as PP-907.  Upgraded to RF-8G.
					1969: VFP-63 as AE-601.  1971: VFP-63 as NM-603.1972: VFP-63.
					Aug 1, 1972 crashed near NAF El Centro, CA. due to mechanical failure	
				145637 1963-64: VFP-62 as AG-911.  1964-65: VMCJ-2.  1967: VFP-63 as AK-401.  VMCJ-1 as RM-15.
					Upgraded to RF-8G.  1969: VFP-63 as NF-602.  1974: VFP-63 as NL-602.
					12/15/1974: Crashed on the north slope of Mouna Kea, HI. Pilot was killed
				145638 (VCP-61) crashed Oct 7, 1959 off USS Hancock (CV-19).  Pilot ejected.
				145639 1965: VMCJ-1 as RM-18.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1968: VFP-63 as NL-503.
					1968: VFP-63 as NL-713. NAS Miramar, CA
					To MASDC as 2F231 Apr 12, 1971.  To Vought Corp, Dallas, TX sep 28, 1978.  
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				145640 VCP-61 as SS-939.  1960: VCP-61 as SS-9.  1963: VFP-63 as PP-929 (or PP-928 when lost?).
					Attached to VFP-63. Crashed while launching from USS Coral Sea (CVA 43), 15 Feb 1963, 
					off California. Pilot was killed.
				145641 Upgraded to RF-8G.  1969-70: VFP-63 as NL-603.  1973: VFP-63 as NL-603.  1974: VFP-63 as NL-601.
					1975: VFP-63 as PP-602.  1976: VFP-63 as PP-642.  1978: VFP-63 as AA-601.
					1979: VFP-63 as NK-622.  1981: VFP-63 as NK-622.  7/19/1981: Crashed at sea due to engine failure
				145642 Upgraded to RF-8G.  1966: VFP-62 as GA-911.  VFP-62 as AJ-911.  1968: VFP-63 as AK-9xx.
					(VFP-63 attached to USS Intrepid (CVS-11)) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Jul 21, 1968 due to 
					engine failure.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy Helicopter.
				145643 1962: VFP-63 as PP-931.  1964-67: VFP-63 as PP-931.  1967: Upgraded to RF-8G.  1967: VFP-62 as AJ-xxx.
					(VFP-62) developed engine trouble during escort of Soviet Bear aircraft Nov 21, 1967
					off USS Shangri-La CV-38 and pilot was forced to eject.  Pilot recovered without injury.
				145644  Assigned to VFP-62 as AC-918, 1962.   Crashed Jul 6, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				145645 1959: TOS USN. Assigned to Fighter Photo Reconnaissance Squadron-62 (VFP-62), Cecil Field, FL.
					7/6/62: Redesignated RF-8A.
					Ca.1965: Light Photographic Squadron 63 (VFP-63), NAS Miramar, CA.
					Ca.1966: Converted to RF-8G.
					To MASDC as 2F0429 May 18, 1982.  2007: USS Battleship Alabama Memorial Park, Mobile, AL.
					By 2012: Restored as when with VFP-62.
				145646 1959-61: VMCJ-1 as CY-5.  1962: VMCJ-2 as CY-1.  1964-65: VMCJ-2 as CY-1.  Upgraded to RF-8G.
					1969: VFP-63 as NL-600.  1970: VFP-63 as NF-603.  VFP-63 as PP-xxx.
					To MASDC as 2F240 from VFP-63 NAS Miramar, CA May 7, 1971. To Vought Corp, Dallas, TX Mar 30, 1978
					.1979: VFP-63 as NK-622  10/13/1979: Ditched into San Francisco Bay off NAS Alameda, CA
				145647 Assigned to VFP-62 as AJ-919, 1961.  Transferred to VFP-62 as AB-919, 1963.
					Transferred to VFP-63 as PP-915, 1966-1967.  Transferred to VFP-206 as AF-632.
					Upgraded to RF-8G.  Transferred to VFP-206 as 6A-24, 1969-1972.  To MASDC as 2F252 Mar 9, 1973.  
					To Vought Corp, Dallas, TX Feb 14 1978.  Returned to service, April 1978.
					Transferred to VFP-206 as AF-632  Back to MASDC as 2F0419 Dec 21, 1981.  To HVF West, Tucsom, AZ Aug 13, 2002.
					Scrapped
145648/145659		Vought F8U-1T Crusader
				Contract cancelled
145660/145669		Sikorsky HSS-1 Seabat
				Redesignated SH-34G in 1962 (S for antisubmarine).  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				145660 (MSN 58776) seen at Bob's Air Park 
				145661 (MSN 58777) to civil registry as N9497
				145662 (MSN 58778)
				145663 (MSN 58779) to civil registry as N2769P
				145664 (MSN 58780)
				145665 (MSN 58820).
				145666 (MSN 58821) damaged Jul 11, 1969 at MAVSTA Keflavik and SOC
				145667 (MSN 58822) SOC Apr 5, 1970, Imperial Beach
				145668 (MSN 58823) to MASDC as HD0124 May 25, 1970.  To civil registry as N4556D
				145669 (MSN 58824) assigned to NAS Bermuda until May 1970.  To MASDC as HD0125 May 28, 1970.
145670/145712		Sikorsky HSS-1N Seabat
				Redesignated SH-34J in 1962 (S for antisubmarine). Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				145670 (MSN 58853)
				145671 (MSN 58862) to MASDC as 3H0029 Nov 1972). 
				145672 (MSN 58874) damaged during unloaded at China Lake, CA Apr 28, 1961.  SOC
				145673 (MSN 58886) to Nicaraguan AF as FAN519.
				145674 (MSN 58899) to MASDC as HD0126 Oct 27, 1970.
				145675 (MSN 58906) destroyed in Southeast Asia Aug 25, 1962.
				145676 (MSN 58909) SOC Jul 2, 1972, H&MS Santa Ana
				145677 (MSN 58912) to MASDC as HD0127 Oct 29, 1970.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001  Still present
					Nov 2016 in Jack's Government Surplus Yard, Tucson.
				145678 (MSN 58915) to MASDC as HD0175 Jan 28, 1974.  To civil register as N9032F with Doan Helicopter Inc of Daytona Beach,
					Florida.
				145679 (MSN 58923) to MASDC as HD0128 Jan 21, 1970.
				145680 (MSN 58926) HT-8 noted 1967.  SOC May 27, 1969 NARF Pensacola.  To civil registry as N9469.
				145681 (MSN 58929) w/o Apr 28, 1967.
				145682 (MSN 58934)SOC Dec 1, 1971, NAVSTA Keflavik
				145683 (MSN 58943) SOC Nov 14, 1972 NAF Sigonella.
				145684 (MSN 58947) to MASDC as HD0129 Nov 26, 1969.  To Carson Helicopters as N46919.
				145685 (MSN 58951) SOC May 27, 1969 NARF Pensacola
				145686 (MSN 58955)
				145687 (MSN 58962) to MASDC as HD0130 Mar 27, 1970.  To civil registry as N8095A
				145688 (MSN 58966)
				145689 (MSN 58970) w/o Sep 25, 1967 NAAS Fallon
				145690 (MSN 58974) 
				145691 (MSN 58982)
				145692 (MSN 58987) to MASDC as 3H0068, later renumbered HD0078.
				145693 (MSN 58992) to MASDC as HD0178 Jan 29, 1974.  To civil registry as N70709
				145694 (MSN 58-997) to MASDC as HD0154 Nov 16, 1970.  To civil registry as N46920.  To 
					Delaware Valley Historical Aviation Association for display at NAS Willow Grove, PA.
				145695 (MSN 581003)
				145696 (MSN 581010)
				145697 (MSN 581014) 
				145698 (MSN 581017)
				145699 (MSN 581021) SOC Aug 22, 1970.
				145701 (MSN 581028) to MASDC as HD0079 Jan 6, 19760.  seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				145702 (MSN 581030) SOC May 27, 1969, NARF Pensacola.
				145703 (MSN 581038) SOC Mar 2, 1972, NARF Pensacola
				145704 (MSN 581041) 
				145705 (MSN 581045) SOC May 27, 1969 NARF Pensacola
				145706 (MSN 581047)
				145707 (MSN 581050) to MASDC as HD0197 May 9 1974.  To Costa Rica as TP-SPI
				145708 (MSN 581053) w/o Aug 26, 1966 due to damage sustained on Aug 11, 1966.
				145709 (MSN 581055) to MASDC as HD0155 Dec 3, 1970.  To civil registry as N54526.  Acquired by Cavanaugh
					Flight Museum, Addison, Texas in Feb 2010.
				145710 (MSN 581057) Was operated by the 304th and 301st Air Rescue Squadrons 
					to MASDC as HD0180 Feb 4, 1974.  To civil registry as N87716 with Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office.
				145711 (MSN 581064D) to MASDC as HD0131 Mar 27, 1970.
				145712 (MSN 581069) to MASDC as HD0132 Dec 8, 1969.  To civil registry as N46922.  At Mid Atlantic
					Air Museum.
145713/145836		Sikorsky HUS-1 Seahorse
				Model 58.  Redesignated UH-34D in 1962. 145813/145836 cancelled.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				145713 (MSN 58797) to civil registry as N16622.  Registration N58EA reserved
					Sep 12, 2007.
				145714 (MSN 58798) 
				145715 (MSN 58799) w/o 27 Jun 1963 NAS Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico
				145716 (MSN 58803). W/o Apr 2, 1970, Naha.
				145717 (MSN 58804) 3/19/58: TOS USN as HUS-1L for Operation Deep Freeze. (Converted before delivery)
					Ca.4/58: Air Test and Evaluation Squadron 6 (VX-6), McMurdo Station, Antarctica.  Named "Gentle I"
					Jul 6, 1962: Redesignated LH-34D.
					1/1/69: Squadron renamed Antarctic Development Squadron 6 (VXE-6).
					1970: Naval Air Rework Facility, NAS Quonset Point, RI.
					10/19/73: SOC.
					10/73: National Museum of Naval Aviation, NAS Pensacola, FL.
					10/73: Loaned to New England Air Museum, Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks, CT
				145718 (MSN 58805)
				145719 (MSN 58806) assigned to VX-6.  Named Gentle 1.  w/o Nov 11, 1962 in landing at Wright Valley, Antarctica. 
				145720 (MSN 58829)
				145721 (MSN 58830) SOC May 22, 1970.
				145722 (MSN 58831) SOC Mar 2, 1972, NARF Pensacola
				145723 (MSN 58858)
				145724 (MSN 58859) SOC Mar 20, 1972, NAS Quonset Point
				145725 (MSN 58860) to civil registry as N4215A
				145726 (MSN 58880) w/o May 5, 1960
				145727 (MSN 58885) w/o Aug 11, 1966, Roosevelt Roads
				145728 (MSN 58896) to MASDC as 3H0057 in 1969.  Now with Texas Air Museum, Stinson Chapter.
				145729 (MSN 58712) to MASDC as 3H0209 May 21, 1972.  Seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				145730 (MSN 58713) to US Army as CH-34A 55-5253.
				145731 (MSN 58730) to civil registry as N94495.
				145732 (MSN 58731) to US Army as 55-5254.
				145733 (MSN 58769) to US Army as 55-5255.
				145734 (MSN 58770) to USAF as 60-6923.
				145735 (MSN 58784) with HMM-361 w/o Aug 28, 1967 due to excessive wear.
				145736 (MSN 58785) to US Army as 55-5256.
				145737 (MSN 58786) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62. Substantially damaged, 
					South Vietnam January 3, 1964; SOC.
				145738 (MSN 58787) to Chicago Helicopter as N64CH.  To Australia as P2-PDX.  Returned
					to USA as N64CH.
				145739 (MSN 58788) to MASDC as 3H0006 in 1969.  To civil registry as N4215E
				145740 (MSN 58789)
				145741 (MSN 58809) to US Army as 55-5257.
				145742 (MSN 58810) to MASDC as HD0040 Oct 13, 1969.
				145743 (MSN 58811) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62. HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", 
					South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", South Vietnam Aug68.  To South Vietnam Air Force as 145743.
				145744 (MSN 58812) Delivered to US Marine Corps 7Mar58. HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62. 
					To South Vietnam Air Force 17Jun64 as 145744. Written off May 11, 1970.
				145745 (MSN 58813) to US Army as 55-5245
				145746 (MSN 58827) to US Army as 55-5258.
				145747 (MSN 58838) Destroyed in Southeast Asia Mar 10, 1963.  2 killed.
				145748 (MSN 58839) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62; coded YL-75. 
					W/o in Southeast Asia Jun 13, 1964 due to excessive wear.
				145749 (MSN 58840)
				145750 (MSN 58841) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62. To South Vietnam Air Force 
					as 145750. Returned to US Navy.  To MASDC as HD0022 Sep 29, 1969. To civil registry as N584HS,
					expired 30Sep11, cancelled 8Jul13.
				145751 (MSN 58849) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62; code YL-51.  
					W/o after accident that killed the pilot in Southeast Asia Apr 28, 1964.
				145752 (MSN 58850D) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62. South Vietnam Air Force as 145752. 
					Returned to US Navy.  To MASDC as HD0040 Oct 13, 1969.  To civil
					registry as N3260A.  cancelled 21Mar13. Reported at paintball range Corona, CA, 2005. 
					Preserved at Albers Dairy Equipment, Chino, CA.
				145753 (MSN 58851)
				145754 (MSN 58852) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62.
				145755 (MSN 58861)
				145756 (MSN 58863) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62.  To South Vietnam Air Force as 145756. 
					Written off September 29, 1964..
				145757 (MSN 58864) w/o Apr 14, 1964 in Southeast Asia.
				145758 (MSN 58870) 
				145759 (MSN 58871) SOC Apr 14, 1972, NARF Pensacola
				145760 (MSN 58872) to MASDC as 3H0027 1969.  To civil registry as N4215K.
				145761 (MSN 58873) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam. Registered 10Mar81 as N4215N; cancelled 7Jun13.
				145762 (MSN 58875) w/o Mar 2, 1966, Dong Ha due to excessive wear.
				145763 (MSN 58876) to MASDC as 3H0214 Oct 8, 1971.
				145764 (MSN 58889) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62.  Destroyed Apr 30, 1964, minor injuries.
				145765 (MSN 58890) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62.
				145766 (MSN 58891)
				145767 (MSN 58892) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62. South Vietnam Air Force as 145767. 
					W/o Jun 1, 1967.
				145768 (MSN 58907) w/o Dec 8, 1965, Quang Tin Province, Vietnam.  Crashed into South Dhina Sea.  One killed.
				145769 (MSN 58908) toi Air America as H-35, then to Royal Lao AF
				145770 (MSN 58911)
				145771 (MSN 58913) w/o Aug 31, 1965, Southeast Asia
				145772 (MSN 58914)
				145773 (MSN 58916)
				145774 (MSN 58917) w/o Sep 18, 1965, Southeast Asia.
				145775 (MSN 58928)
				145776 (MSN 58930) at USMC Amphibious Museum
				145777 (MSN 58931) w/o Dec 12, 1968 at El Toro due to damage sustained Nov 26, 1968.
				145778 (MSN 58933) SOC Jul 22, 1970, MCAS Beaufort.
				145779 (MSN 58935) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam. HMM-361 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; 
					code YN-2. HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-75. Accident 26Oct67. 
					To MASDC as 3H0164 1970. To JH Helicopter Service, Sunsites, AZ.
				145780 (MSN 58948) to Air America as H-22
				145781 (MSN 58949) w/o Apr 3, 1966 in Southeast Asia.  One killed, 2 injured, 4 uninjured.
				145782 (MSN 58950) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62. South Vietnam Air Force as 145782. 
					To Indonesian Air Force as H-3407; 6 Squadron.
				145783 (MSN 58952) to MASDC as 3H0223.  To Indoneaian AF.
				145784 (MSN 58953) to MASDC.  To Orlando Helicopters as N4215P. 
					seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				145785 (MSN 58963) w/o May 1, 1968, Da Nang
				145786 (MSN 58964) to Air America as H-34.  To Royal Lao AF.
				145787 (MSN 58965) to MASDC as 3H0210 May 21, 1972.
				145788 (MSN 58972) SOC Dec 30, 1971 NAS Glynco
				145789 (MSN 58973) to Air America as H-21
				145790 (MSN 58975) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62. Written off in South Vietnam 
					October 6, 1962 [2KIA].  Was first USMC helicopter lost during Vietnam War.  2 crew killed.
				145791 (MSN 58976) w/o Jan 26, 1967 due to damage sustained Jan 25, 1967.
				145792 (MSN 58993) w/o Nov 4, 1966
				145793 (MSN 58995) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", South Vietnam 
					Sep68.  W/o Nov 16, 1968 due to damage sustained Sep 27, 1968.
				145794 (MSN 58996) to civil registry as N7936C
				145795 (MSN 58998) to Vietnam AF.
				145796 (MSN 581013) w/o Mar 27, 1967, Dong Ha, Vietnam due to excessive wear.
				145797 (MSN 581015) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Jul 4, 1967.
				145798 (MSN 581016) to Canadian civil registry as CF-0HA, then C-FOHA, then N1078T
				145799 (MSN 581018) to Air America as H-36.  Lost in Laos Mar 28, 1967.
				145800 (MSN 581031) w/o Sep 11, 1966.
				145801 (MSN 581032) SOC Dec 17, 1971.
				145802 (MSN 581033) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-83. Shot down by emeny 
					fire during Operation Texas in Vietnam 21Mar66 [10KIA]. Thirty UH-34D's from HMM-261, HMM-363, 
					and HMM-364 escorted by four armed UH-1E's of VMO-6 lifted two companies plus a command 
					group (405 troops) of 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines from Ky Ha Air Facility to an unsecure LZ 
					in Vietnam. Automatic weapons and .50 caliber fire was received from numerous areas in 
					close proximity to the LZ. This aircraft was hit by a severe burst of fire as it approached the LZ, 
					rolled inverted and crashed. Three crew members and seven troops were killed upon impact. 
					The aircraft exploded and burned upon impact with the ground. The pilot was thrown clear 
					but subsequently died.
				145803 (MSN 581035) SOC jan 29, 1972, NARF Pensacola
				145804 (MSN 581036) w/o Mar 11, 1968 in midair collision with UH-1E 154968
					in Vietnam.  8 KIA.
				145805 (MSN 581037) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62
				145806 (MSN 581039) to Vietnam AF.
				145807 (MSN 581040) to Air America as H-19.  Lost in Laos Aug 18, 1964.   1 KIA.
				145808 (MSN 581042)
				145809 (MSN 581044) to MASDC as 3H0163 1970.
				145810 (MSN 581048) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62; coded YL-91. 
					217th Helicopter Squadron, South Vietnam Air Force 17Jul64; coded JF.  To MASDC as HD0031 
					October 13, 1969. Declared excess 4Apr72. DMI Aviation, Tucson [noted 28Aug00]. Stored with 
					USMC Shufly Helicopter Flight Association, Keenesburg, Colorado [noted Apr14]. 
					USMC Shufly Helicopter Flight Association is a non-profit organization formed to restore a 
					US Marine Corps Sikorsky H-34 helicopter flown in Operation Shufly during the Vietnam War. 
					Operation Shufly was the first major deployment of the Marine Corps into Vietnam, and 
					the beginning of the Corps' operational involvement in Southeast Asia.
				145811 (MSN 581051) HMM-362 "Archie's Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62. w/o Jul 16, 1963, Southeast Asia.
				145812 (MSN 581052) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62. Bailed to Air America 1964 as H-29.  
					To Royal Lao Air Force 1967-68 as 145812. Written off 16Jan69 in Laos.
145837/145854		Bell HTL-7 
				Bell Helicopter Company Model 47K.  MSN 2114/2131.  Redesignated TH-13N in 1962
				145842 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				145847 (MSN 2124) was instructional airframe in 1988 with Gavilan College Aviation, Hollister MAP, California.
					Current on civil registry as N81168.
				145852 to N1425Z
145855/145875		Sikorsky HR2S-1
				Sikorsky Model 56.  Redesignated CH-37C in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				145857 (MSN 56086) Delivered to US Marine Corps 28May58. HMH-461, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. 
					H&MS-26, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ for storage 12Sep66. 
					SOC 30Apr68. Registered 26Apr78 as N7384.  To Aircrane Inc;  To Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ; 
					seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.scrapped when yard cleared.  
					N7384 cancelled 24Oct13. 
				145860 (MSN 56092) Delivered to US Marine Corps 9Jul58. HMH-461, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. 
					H&MS-26, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ for storage 18Jul66. 
					SOC 30Apr68. Registered 27Apr78 as N7385 to Aircrane Inc; cancelled 7May13. 
					Aeen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000. Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ; scrapped when yard cleared
				145861 (MSN 56093) Delivered to US Marine Corps 9Jul58. HMH-461, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. 
					H&MS-26, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ for storage 4Oct66. 
					SOC 30Apr68. Registered 27Apr78 as N7393 to Aircrane Inc;  Seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
					Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ; scrapped when yard cleared.  N7383 cancelled 7May13
				145862 (MSN 56095) Delivered to US Marine Corps 1Aug58. HMH-461, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. 
					H&MS-26, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ for storage 26Aug66. 
					SOC 30Apr68. Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ; seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000; scrapped 
					when yard cleared.
				145864 (MSN 56099) Delivered to US Marine Corps 27Aug58. HMRM-462, MCAS Santa Ana, CA 7Sep58. 
					HMRM-463, MCAS El Toro, CA 30Sep58. HMRM-462, MCAS Santa Ana, CA 29Jun59. 
					HMRM-461, aboard USS Lake Champlain (CVS-39) 18Apr60; code YF-9. 
					O&R Buweps FR, NAS Jacksonville, FL 7Nov61. HMH-462, MCAS Santa Ana, CA 30Apr62. 
					O&R Buweps FR, NAS Jacksonville, FL 24Oct64. HMH-461, H&MS-26, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC 26Jan66. 
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ for storage 23Aug66. SOC 30Apr68. Allied Aircraft Sales, 
					Tucson, AZ. Registered 1981 as N7388 to Keystone Helicopter Corp, West Chester, PA. 
					To National Museum of Naval Aviation, NAS Pensacola, Pensacola, FL 1982. Registered 26Aug93 to 
					National Museum of Naval Aviation; cancelled 19Aug99. External storage at the National Naval Aviation 
					Museum, NAS Pensacola, Pensacola, FL.
				145867 (MSN 56103) Delivered to US Marine Corps 13Oct58. HMH-461, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. 
					H&MS-26, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. To MASDC as XK0013, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ for 
					storage 19Nov66.   SOC 30Apr68. Registered 15Nov71 as N93017 to Aircrane Inc. Seen at Allied 
					scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.  Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ; scrapped when yard cleared.
					N93017 cancelled 11Sep13 
				145869 ((MSN 56107) Delivered to US Marine Corps 31Oct58. HMH-461, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. 
					H&MS-26, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC.  To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ for storage 
					17Oct66. SOC 30Apr68.  Registered 27Apr78 as N7389 to Aircrane Inc.  Seen at Allied scrapyard 
					near AMARC 8/28/2000. Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ; scrapped when yard cleared.  
					M7389 cancelled May 7, 2013
				145870 (MSN 56110) Delivered to US Marine Corps 7Jan59. HMH-461, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. 
					H&MS-26, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ for storage 31Oct66. 
					SOC 30Apr68. Registered 27Apr78 as N7390 to Aircrane Inc.  Seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.  
					Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ; scrapped when yard cleared. N7390 cancelled May 7, 2013
				145872 (MSN 56114) Delivered to US Marine Corps 6Feb59. HMH-461, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. 
					H&MS-26, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ for storage 8Aug66. 
					SOC 30Apr68. Registered 27Apr78 as N7393 to Aircrane Inc.  Allocated for The Helicopter Museum, 
					Weston-super-Mare, England but the cost of transportation was too prohibitive, so it remained stateside.
					Seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.  Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ; scrapped when yard 
					cleared.  N7393 cancelled May 7, 2013
				145873 (MSN 56115) Delivered to US Marine Corps 25Mar59. HMH-461, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. 
					H&MS-26, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ for storage 21Mar67. 
					SOC 30Apr68. Registered 27Apr78 as N7392 to Aircrane Inc.
					At Tucson Intl Airport. National Aircraft, Tucson, AZ [noted Jul01].  Noted in National Aircraft 
					Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ Oct 8, 2001. N7392 cancelled May 7, 2013
				145874 w/o Nov 1, 1965 due to excessive wear.
				145875 (MSN 56123) delivered to US Marine Corps 25Mar59. HMH-461, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. 
					H&MS-26, MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ for storage 19Jan67. 
					SOC 30Apr68. Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ. Registered 12Nov71 as N7393 to Aircrane Inc. Noted in 
					scrap yard near Edwards AFB, CA Nov 2003.  N7393 cancelled May 15, 2015
145876/145899 		Martin P6M-2 Seamaster 
				145876 (MSN P-7) completed but not flown
				145877 (MSN P-8) 
				145878 (MSN P-9)
				145879 (MSN P-10)
				145880 (MSN P-11) completed but not flown.
				145881 (MSN P-12) completed but not flown
				145882 (MSN P-13) completed but not flown
				145883 (MSN P-14) completed but not flown
				145884/145893 (MSN P-15/P-24) cancelled Nov 24, 1958
				145894/145899 (MSN P-15/P-30) cancelled Jun 21, 1957
145900/145923		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				145900 (MSN 726-7162) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 31 Oct 58. VP-9 Alameda Dec 58-Jan 59; 
					VP-19 Alameda Jan 59-Oct 63 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60): VP-28 Barbers Point Oct 63-Mar 65; 
					VP-42 Whidbey Island Mar 65-Mar 67; VP-2 Whidbey Island Mar 67-Jul 67; NARF Alameda Jul 67-Oct 67; 
					VP-42 Whidbey Island Oct 67-Apr 68. Crashed with VP-42
					Apr 3, 1968 at Sangley Point, Philippines with simulated
					hydraulic failure, aircraft left runway and crashed.  Two
					crew members survived.  SOC Apr 10, 1968.
				145901 (MSN 726-7163) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 25 Nov 58. VP-9 Alameda Dec 58-Jan 59; 
					VP-19 Alameda Jan 59-Mar 63 {listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); VP-1 Whidbey Island Mar 63-Sep 64; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Sep 64-Mar 67; VP-1 Whidbey Island Mar 67-Nov 69; NAS New Orleans Nov 69-Nov 70; 
					VP-94 New Orleans Nov 70-May 73 [code LZ-6]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 9 May 73; SOC 12 May 73. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 6Dec77
				145902 (MSN 726-7164) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 28 Nov 58. 
					VP-19 Alameda Dec 58-Jan 63 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); VP-4 Naha Jan 63-May 64; 
					VP-4 Barbers Point May 64-Oct 65; VP-1 Whidbey Island Oct 65-Sep 66; 
					NARF Alameda Sep 66-Jan 67; NATC Patuxent River Jan 67-Jun 67; 
					Lockheed Burbank Jun 67-Jun 68 (listed as AP-2H from Jun 67); NATC Patuxent River Jun 68-Ocl 68; 
					VAH-21 Sangley Point Oct 68-Jun 69; NATC Patuxent River Jun 69-Nov 70; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 6 Nov 70; SOC 12 Jul 72.
				145903 (MSN 726-7165)Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 27 Dec 58. VP-19 Alameda Dec 58-Mar 63 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-1 Whidbey Island Mar 63-Sep 64; NARF Alameda Sep 64-Dec 64; VP-42 Whidbey Island Dec 64-Aug 69; 
					NARTU Jacksonville Aug 69-Nov 70; VP-62 Jacksonville Nov 70-Jan 72; VP-92 South Weymouth Jan 72-Jan 75; 
					VP-67 Memphis Jan 75-Apr 75; Aero Corp Lake City Apr 75-Jun 75; VP-67 Memphis Jun 75-Jan 76; 
					VP-94 New Orleans Jan 76-Jul 76 [code LZ-8]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 22 Jul 76; SOC 29 May 78.
 					To N903LH Oct 24, 1986.  To Aero Union Corp, Chico CA as N713AU Nov 3, 1986.  
					Noted spring 2004 in use as engine test rig with Aero Union.  Registration cancelled
					Sep 22, 2005 as scrapped at Chico, CA.
				145904 (MSN 726-7166) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 27 Dec 58. VP-23 Brunswick Jan 59-Nov 60 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-21 Brunswick Nov 60-Aug 64; VP-23 Brunswick Aug 64-Ocl 68; NARTU Washington Oct 68-Nov 70; 
					VP-68 Washington Nov 70-May 71; VP-92 South Weymouth May 71 -Aug 72;    Damaged with VP-92 at or near NAS South Weymouth, MA on or
					by Jul 1, 1972.  SOC Aug 14, 1972
				145905 (MSN 726-7167) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 27 Dec 58. VP-23 Brunswick Jan 59-Mar 61 (fisted as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-56 Norfolk Mar 61-Oct 63: VP-24 Norfolk Oct 63-Aug 64; VP-23 Brunswick Aug 64-Nov 69; NAS Willow Grove Nov 69-Nov 70; 
					VP-64 Willow Grove Nov 70-May 71; VP-66 Willow Grove May 71-Jun 71; VP-68 Washington Jun 71; 
					VP-67 Memphis Jun 71 -Jul 71; VP-64 Willow Grove Jul 71-Sep 71; VP-62 Det Atlanta Sep 71-Oct 71; 
					VP-69 Whidbey Island Oct 71; VP-64 Willow Grove Oct 71-May 73; VP-65 Point Mugu May 73-Oct 74 [code PG-4]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 4 Oct 74; SOC 29 May 78.
					To Hawkins and Powers as N7060Y Dec 5, 1988.  Put in outside storage.
					Registered to Pride Capital Group LLC Sep 28, 2005.
				145906 (MSN 726-7168) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 27 Dec 58. VP-23 Brunswick Jan 59-Mar 60 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-11 Brunswick Mar 60-Jan 63; NARF Norfolk Jan 63-Apr 63; VP-23 Brunswick Apr 63-Sep 63; VP-21 Brunswick Sep 63-Sep 68; 
					NARTU Memphis Sep 68-Nov 70; VP-67 Memphis Nov 70-May 72; DCASO Brownsville May 72-Jan 73; 
					NARF Quonset Point Jan 73-May 73; VP-67 Memphis May 73-Jan 75 [code PL-3]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 4 Jan 75; SOC 29 May 78..  To N8064A Mar 23, 1989.  To Hawkins and Powers Feb 1990 as N139HP flying as 
					slurry bomber.  Registration N443NA reserved Apr 20, 2006.  Current.  As N443NA noted in the Annex 
					collection of the San Diego Air and Space Museum in October 2018. 
				145907 (MSN 726-7169)Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 30 Jan 59. VP-21 Brunswick Feb 59-Feb 61 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-56 Norfolk Feb 61 -Feb 62; VP-23 Brunswick Feb 62-Feb 64; VP-18 Jacksonville Feb 64-Nov 64; 
					VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Nov 64-Sep 68; NAS New York Sep 68-Sep 70; NAS Willow Grove Sep 70-Nov 70; 
					VP-66 Willow Grove Nov 70-Jun 71; VP-68 Washington Jun 71; VP-67 Memphis Jun 71-Jul 71; 
					VP-92 South Weymouth Jul 71-Aug 71; VP-66 Willow Grove Aug 71-Jul 73; VP-67 Memphis Jul 73-Nov 74 [code PL-9]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 3 Nov 74; SOC 29 May 78.
				145908 (MSN 726-7170) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 30 Jan 59. VP-21 Brunswick Feb 59-Feb 61 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-56 Norfolk Feb 61-Mar 65; VP-30 Jacksonville Mar 65-Sep 65; VP-56 Norfolk Sep 65-Jun 68; VP-56 Patuxent River Jun 68-Oct 68; 
					NARTU Memphis Oct 68-Apr 70; NAS Glenview Apr 70; NARTU Memphis Apr 70-Nov 70; VP-67 Memphis Nov 73-Jan 74; SOC Memphis 29 Jan 74. 
				145909 (MSN 726-7171) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 30 Jan 59, VP-21 Brunswick Feb 59-Mar 61 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-56 Norfolk Mar 61-Jun 68; VP-56 Patuxent River Jun 68-Aug 68; NATC Patuxent River Aug 68-Oct 68; 
					NAS New York Oct 68-Sep 70; NAS Willow Grove Sep 70-Nov 70; VP-64 Willow Grove Nov 70-May 73, 
					VP-65 Point Mugu May 73-Sep 74 [code PG-2]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 24 Sep 74; SOC 29 May 78.
				145910 (MSN 726-7172) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 26 Feb 59. VP-9 Alameda Mar 59-Jun 59; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Jun 59-Jun 62 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60), VP-17 Whidbey Island Jun 62-Aug 62; 
					VP-31 North Island Aug 62-Mar 65; VP-4 Barbers Point Mar 65-Nov 65; VP-1 Whidbey Island Nov 65-Sep 69; 
					NAS Twin Cities Sep 69-Feb 70; NAS Los Alamitos Feb 70-Jun 70; NARTU North Island Jun 70-Nov 70; 
					VP-65 Point Mugu Nov 70-Apr 72; DCASO Brownsville Apr 72-May 72; VP-65 Point Mugu May 72-Apr 73; 
					NARF Quonset Point Apr 73-Aug 73; VP-65 Point Mugu Aug 73-Aug 74 [code PG-14]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 22 Aug 74; SOC 29 May 78. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 14Aug86
				145911 (MSN 726-7173) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 27 Feb 59. VP-9 Alameda Mar 59-Jun 59; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Jun 59 Jan 63 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); VP-17 Whidbey Island Jan 63-Feb 64; 
					NARF Alameda Feb 64-May 64; VP-2 Whidbey Island May 64-Jul 64: VP-1 Whidbey Island Jul 64-Nov 65; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Nov 65-Feb 67; VP-42 Whidbey Island Feb 67-Jan 69; VP-2 Whidbey Island Jan 69-Sep 69; 
					NAS Twin Cities Sep 69-Mar 70; NAS Glenview Mar 70-Nov 70; VP-90 Glenview Nov 70-Jan 74 [code LX-7]; .  
					To MASDC as 1P0350 Jan 16, 1974, SOC May 29, 1978.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 19Aug87 
				145912 (MSN 726-7175) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 25 Feb 59. VP-1 Whidbey Island Apr 59-Apr 63 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-19 Alameda Apr 63-Sep 63; VP-28 Barbers Point Sep 63-Jan 65; VP-42 Whidbey Island Jan 65-Oct 69; 
					NAS Glenview Oct 69-Nov 70; VP-90 Glenview Nov 70-Jan 74; VP-65 Point Mugu Jan 74-Sep 74 [code PG-3]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 11 Sep 74; SOC 29 May 78. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 12Aug87
				145913 (MSN 726-7176) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 25 Feb 59. VP-1 Whidbey Island Apr 59-Apr 63 
					(listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); VP-2 Whidbey Apr 63-Feb 64. Crashed with VP-2 when touched
					down short of runway while landing at Kodiak, AK at unknown date.  Main
					undercarriage ripped off, aircraft broke into 3 pieces and
					burned out.  All crew members survived.  SOC Feb 6, 1964.  
				145914 (MSN 726-7178) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 14 Apr 59. VP-18 Jacksonville Apr 59-Mar 61 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-30 Jacksonville Mar 61 -Jul 63; VP-11 Brunswick Jul 63-Jul 64; VP-23 Brunswick Jul 64-Oct 6B; 
					NARTU Washington Oct 68-Nov 70; VP-68 Washington Nov 70-Apr 71; VP-64 Willow Grave Apr 71-May 71; 
					VP-66 Willow Grove May 71-Jun 71; VP-68 Washington Jun 71-Jul 71; VP-69 Whidbey Island Jul 71-Jan 74 [code PJ-2]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 24 Jan 74; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 8Jan87
				145915 (MSN 726-7180) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 30 Apr 59. VP-18 Jacksonville May 59-Mar 61 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-30 Jacksonville Mar 61-Mar 62; VP-24 Norfolk Mar 62-Ocl 63; VP-56 Norfolk Oct 63-Jun 68; VP-56 Patuxent River Jun 68-Sep 6B; 
					VP-21 Brunswick Sep 68-Nov 69; NAS South Weymouth Nov 69-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 South Weymouth Oct 70-Nov 70; VP-92 South Weymouth Nov 70-Sep 71; VP-62 Del Atlanta Sep 71 -Oct 71; 
					VP-69 Whidbey Island Oct 71; VP-92 South Weymouth Oct 71-Aug 74; Aero Corp Lake City Aug 74; 
					VP-92 South Weymouth Aug 74-Dec 74; VP-67 Memphis Dec 74-Sep 75 [code PL-9]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 7 Sep 75; SOC 29 May 78.   Now at Mid Atlantic Air 
					Museum, Reading, PA, registration N62805 was reserved 9/27/1996.
					Presumably NTU, since it now carries civil registration N45309.  
				145916 (MSN 726-7182) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 27 May 59, VP-1 Whidbey Island Jun 59-Apr 60 {listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-19 Alameda Apr 60-Oct 63; VP-28 Barbers Point Oct 63-Apr 65; VP-42 Whidbey island Apr 65-Sep 69; 
					NAS New York Sep 69-Feb 70; NAS Twin Cities Feb 70; NAS New York Feb 70-Oct 70; NAS Willow Grove Oct 70-Nov 70; 
					VP-66 Willow Grove Nov 70-Feb 72; DCASO Brownsville Feb 72-Feb 73; NARF Quonset Point Feb 73-May 73; 
					VP-69 Whidbey Island May 73-Sep 74; SOC at Whidbey Island 5 Sep 74.
				145917 (MSN 726-7184) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 25 Jun 59. FASRON-108 Brunswick Jun 59-Oct 59; 
					VP-24 Norfolk Oct 59-Jun 67 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); VP-23 Brunswick Jun 67-Apr 68; 
					VP-21 Brunswick Apr 68-Nov 69; NAS Dallas Nov 69-Nov 70; VP-94 New Orleans Nov 70-Sep 74 [code LZ-14];   
					To MASDC as 1P0375 
					Sep 22, 1974, later PA0014.  SOC Apr 1, 1980.  To N720AU Oct 20, 1987 with Aero Union Corp.
					Seen at Minden Air Corps yard 8/28/2000. Cancelled Jun 25, 1998 as destroyed.
				145918 (MSN 726-7186) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 19 Jun 59. VP-24 Norfolk Dec 59-Jul 62 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-11 Brunswick Jul 62-Dec 66; VP-7 Jacksonville Dec 66-Jun 69; NARTU Jacksonville Jun 69-Nov 70; 
					VP-62 Jacksonville Nov 70-Jun 71; VP-68 Washington Jun 71; VP-67 Memphis Jun 71-Jul 71; 
					VP-92 South Weymouth Jul 71-Aug 71; 
					VP-94 New Orleans Aug 71-Sep 71; VP-90 Glenview Sep 71-Jan 74 [code LX-1]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 16 Jan 74; SOC 29 Jul 74.  To Aerospace Products as N918AP Aug 3, 1986.  To Neptune, Inc
					Sep 13, 1993.  Crashed near Missoula, Montana Jul 29, 1994, 2 killed.  Cancelled as destroyed Nov 4, 1996.
				145919 (MSN 726-7188) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 20 Jul 59. VP-9 Alameda Jul 59-Jan 64 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					NARF Alameda Jan 64-Feb 64; VP-1 Whidbey Island Feb 64-Apr 67; VP-17 Whidbey Island Apr 67-Sep 67;
					NARF Alameda Sep 67-Dec 67; VP-1 Whidbey Island Dec 67-Mar 69; VP-42 Whidbey Island Mar 69-Sep 69; 
					NAS New York Sep 69-Sep 70; NAS Willow Grove Sep 70-Nov 70; VP-64 Willow Grove Nov 70-May 73; 
					VP-92 South Weymouth May 73-Jan 74 [code LY-14]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 30 Jan 74; SOC 29 Jul 74. To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ, 2Feb87
				145920 (MSN 726-7190) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 19 Aug 59. FASRON-108 Brunswick Aug 59-Oct 59; 
					VP-24 Norfolk Oct 59-Mar 61 (listed as P2V-7S from Mar 60), VP-56 Norfolk Mar 61-Jun 68; VP-56 Patuxent River Jun 68-Jul 68; 
					VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Jul 68-Sep 68; NAS New York Sep 68-Jul 69; NAS South Weymouth Jul 69; NAS New York Jul 69-Sep 70;
					NAS Willow Grove Sep 70-Nov 70, VP-64 Willow Grove Nov 70-Jun 73; VP-60 Glenview Jun 73-Jan 74 [code LS-14]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 16 Jan 74; SOC 29 Jul 74.   To Aero 
					Union Corp, Chico, CA as N920AU Apr 3, 1986.  Converted to Firestar tanker.
					Reregisted Sep 1986 as N701AU Tanker 01.  Registered to Bravo Airlines Oct 11, 2007.
					The prototype tanker version of the Neptune, known as the "Firestar" (N701AU ex-Buaer 145920) entered service in 1988. 
					Conversion involved removal of the Neptune's Westinghouse J34 auxiliary turbojet engines and other military equipment, 
					and the installation of a fire retardant delivery system consisting of a 2,000 US gallon capacity tank weighing 700 lbs 
					and two computer controlled, electro-hydraulically actuated dispersal doors. This arrangement allows for the delivery of 
					precisely metered flow rates from 50-700 US gallons per second. Computerized digital logic allows the pilot to select 
					the retardant coverage level and quantity to produce the required drop pattern, resulting in drops that are continuous 
					and uniform in density, with no overlaps or gaps
				145921 (MSN 726-7192) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 28 Aug 59, VP-9 Alameda Sep 59-Jun 64 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-4 Barbers Point Jun 64-Dec 64; VP-42 Whidbey Island Dec 64-Dec 66; VP-1 Whidbey Island Dec 66-Mar 67; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Mar 67-Nov 68; VP-42 Whidbey Island Nov 68-Aug 69; NAS Atlanta Aug 69-Jan 71; 
					VP-62 Del Atlanta Jan 71-Apr 71; VP-64 Willow Grove Apr 71-May 71; VP-66 Willow Grave May 71 .Jun 71; 
					VP-62 Del Atlanta Jun 71-Ocl 71; VP-69 Whidbey Island Oct 71; VP-62 Det Atlanta Oct 71-Feb 72;
					VP-69 Whidbey Island Feb 72-Dec 74 [code PJ-12]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 6 Dec 74; SOC 29 May 78.
					Became N54317, then to Australia (VH-JUK originally 
					allocated but not taken up, became VH-NEP). Noted apparently intact at 
					Perth, Australia Nov 18, 2002.  Apart from a couple of test drops in 2003 it has been inactive, 
					stored at Cunderdin, WA 
				145922 (MSN 726-7194) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 29 Sep 59. VP-24 Norfolk Oct 59-Jul 64 
					(listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60);   Crashed at 
					NAS Norfolk, VA on or by Jul 22, 1964.  SOC that day.
				145923 (MSN 726-7195) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 30 Sep 59. VP-19 Alameda Oct 59-Jul 63 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Jul 63-Jun 64; VP-31 North Island Jun 64-Oct 69; NAS Los Alamitos Oct 69-Jun 70; 
					NARTU North Island Jan 70-Dec 70; VP-90 Glenview Dec 70-May 73 [code LX-13]; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 25 May 73; SOC 19 Aug 77.  Flown to NAS Lakehurst
					Sep 21, 1978 and expended in rocket sled test of fuel additives.
145924/145941		Lockheed PO-2W Warning Star
				MSN 1049A-5505/5522.  Model 1049A.  Redesignated WV-2 before delivery and then  
					redesignated EC-121K in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				145924 (MSN 1049A-5505)	Delivered to US Navy 13Mar58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 13Mar58; code PM-3. 
					VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Jun60; code TE-12. To NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 1961. 
					Withdrawn from storage Dec62. Modified to NC-121K. OASU, NAS Patuxent River, MD; code JB-924, 
					named "El Coyote". Stricken from Navy inventory 31Jul72. To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 
					Jul72 for storage. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 16Sep76.
				145925 (MSN 1049A-5506)	Delivered to US Navy 28Jan58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 28Jan58; code PM-4. 
					VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Jun60; code TE-11. To NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 1961. 
					Withdrawn from storage Sep62. Modified to NC-121K. OASU, NAS Patuxent River, MD; code JB-925, 
					named "Paisano Dos".  To US Naval Oceanographic Office, Norfolk, VA.  To Project Magnet 1965, 
					an Airborne Geomagnetic Survey with the purpose to gather data over the ocean areas for charts 
					showing magnetic intensities and variations. Stricken from Navy inventory 15May73. 
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ May73 for storage. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of 
					Phoenix, AZ 28May76. 
				145926 (MSN 1049A-5507)	Delivered to US Navy 30Jan58. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 30Jan58; code TE-4, 
					later as TE-10. Pacific Missile Range (PMR), NAS Point Mugu, CA May/Jun61; code PMR-926. 
					PMR renamed Pacific Missile Test Center (PMTC) 25Apr75; code PMTC-926. Stricken from Navy 
					inventory Nov75. Scrapped at NAS Point Mugu, CA Oct76
				145927 (MSN 1049A-5508) Delivered to US Navy 20Feb58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 28Feb58; code PM-5. 
					VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam May60; code TE-9. To NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 21Jun61. 
					Withdrawn from storage and refurbished Mar62. VW-11, NS Argentia, Newfoundland 26Sep62; code MJ-927. 
					Modified to EC-121P 1963 for ASW mission. VRF-31, NAS Norfolk, VA Aug65. To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, 
					Tucson, AZ 8Sep65 for storage. To Ling-Temco-Vought (LTV), Dallas, TX 3Nov66 for conversion to 
					EC-121M.  VQ-1, NAS Atsugi, Japan 3Feb68; code PR-26. Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX Aug68. 
					Kelly "G" Modification (GTPU). VQ-1, NAS Atsugi, Japan Apr69; code PR-26. Crashed at Da Nang AB, 
					South Vietnam, while landing on return flight from Tainan, Taiwan 16Mar70. Another aircraft 
					taxied onto the runway, forcing an attempted overshot. The aircraft appeared to bank and go 
					out of control. It crashed into a revetment and large maintenance hangar on the airbase, 
					destroying the hangar and a F-4D Phantom (66-7503). It then burst into flames and was destroyed; 23 of 31 killed.
					One died later of injuries.
				145928 (MSN 1049A-5509) Delivered to US Navy 25Feb58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 25Feb58; code PM-6. 
					VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Jun60; code TE-8, later as TE-7. Modified to WC-121N 1May66. 
					Lockheed Aircraft Service - International, Jamaica, NY late 1966 for overhaul. 
					VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 9Jan67; code TE-7. Named "Road Runner" May67. Damaged beyond repair 
					during accidental landing gear retraction during engine run-up at NAS Atsugi, Japan 25Aug70. 
					The aircraft was taxying out of Atsugi early one morning for a mission. During engine run up 
					prior to departure there was a brake failure and the aircraft ended up on the rocks that lined 
					the run up area for erosion deterrent. When the nose wheels struck the rocks the nose strut was 
					forced down and the nose strut seals blew. The aircraft was towed back to the line and nosed 
					into VW-1's hanger for repair. The cause of the brake failure was a blown hydraulic line. 
					The aircraft was jacked up and the nose strut was repaired. It was towed back to the flight line 
					after repair. The first engineer was at the chiefs barracks doing laundry and the second 
					engineer was going to do a run up and have the aircraft ready to depart. Unfortunately the 
					check list was not used; as number 1 engine starter was engaged, the landing gear handle was 
					still in the gear up position (Put in that position to unlock and partially retract the nose 
					gear in order to repack the nose strut ). As number 1 engine started to turn so did the 
					hydraulic pump; the right main gear started to retract. The aircraft had been fuelled for 
					a mission so it had a full wing. The right wing hit the concrete ramp and the tip tank 
					ruptured; 600 gallons of fuel was released. The 3A tank also ruptured and an additional 
					565 gallons of fuel was flowing onto the ramp. As the right wing struck the ground, 
					the left wing is on an upward arc and as it came to the top of the arc it snapped like a 
					whip and off came the tip tank also rupturing the 2A tank, so now there were 2330 gallons 
					of fuel on both sides of the aircraft and spreading very quickly. The fire department was 
					called for ramp wash down which lasted a long time. When the ramp was reopened, airbags were 
					brought out, the wing was raised and the right gear was lowered and locked. The aircraft 
					was stripped of all essential parts and scrapped by VQ-1 at NAS Atsugi, Japan 3Dec70.
				145929 (MSN 1049A-5510)	Delivered to US Navy 13Mar58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 13Mar58; code PM-7. 
					VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Jun60; code TE-7. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Apr62. 
					Lockheed Aircraft Service - International, Jamaica, NY Dec64. Modified to WC-121N. 
					VW-4, NAS Jacksonville, FL 1Apr66; code MH-8, named "Faith". Recoded as MH-2 Dec68 then MH-5 
					Dec71. To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 5May72 for storage. Stricken from Navy 
					inventory 6Nov73. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 18May76.
				145930 (MSN 1049A-5511)	Delivered to US Navy 13Mar58. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 13Mar58; code TE-6. 
					"The A-Team" May67, later "F Troop". MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ as 5C0067 18Feb71 for storage. 
					Striken from Navy inventory 12Jul72. Scrapped by Kolar Inc., Tucson, AZ 23Oct74.
				145931 (MSN 1049A-5512)	Delivered to US Navy 3Mar58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 3Mar58; code PM-8. 
					VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Jun60; code TE-5. Modified as WC-121N May66. Named "City of Cavite" May67. 
					Stricken from Navy inventory 28Jul70. To US Army Southwest Procurement Agency Defense Contract 
					Administration Services Region (DCASR), Pasadena, CA Jul70. Reported at Ontario, CA in 
					camouflage colors Oct70. To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ as 5C0076 9Sep71 for storage. 
					Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 24May76.
				145932 (MSN 1049A-5513)	Delivered to US Navy 27Mar58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 27Mar58; code PM-9. 
					VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Jun60; code TE-4. Modified as WC-121N Jul66. Named "City of Naminoue" May67. 
					VQ-1, NAS Agana, Guam 1Jul71; code PR-53.  To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 1971 for storage. 
					Stricken from Navy inventory 12Jul72. Scrapped 19May76. 
 				145933 (MSN 1049A-5514)	Delivered to US Navy 16Apr58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 16Apr58; code PM-10. 
					VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Jun60; code TE-3. Modified as WC-121N Jun66. Named "City of Hong Kong" May67. 
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 6Apr71 as 5C0071 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 12Jul72. 
					Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 21May76.
				145934 (MSN 1049A-5515)	Delivered to US Navy 6May58. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 6May58; code TE-2. 
					Modified as WC-121N Jul66. Named " Draggin' Lady " May67. The starboard wingtip tank and 
					three-foot section of wing were lost during the penetration of tropical storm "Judy" near 
					Kwajalein Atoll 25Oct68; the aircraft made an uneventful return to and landing at Guam. 
					The crew gathered to be briefed on an assigned weather reconnaissance flight through 
					tropical storm “Judy”. The crew had made an investigative flight through the same storm the 
					day before and had found it small but growing. The plan was to penetrate at low level 
					(1,500 feet amsl), then to make a climb-and-ascent sounding in the eye, escaping at 
					the 700-millibar level (10,000 feet). The latest report (six hours prior) showed about 
					55-knot maximum winds. It looked like a routine flight. The WC-121N Super Constellation 
					lifted off from the Pacific island base and the storm was sighted at about 200-nm range. 
					After a conference between the aircraft commander (AC), combat information center 
					officer (CICO) and flight meteorologist (Metro) concerning the radar presentation and the 
					characteristics of the storm, they decided to proceed with their previous plan. At a distance 
					of 70 miles, the AC took a last look at the radar and then took control of the aircraft. 
					The cabin was checked and the crew briefed. The wind and turbulence became more intense, 
					so the power was increased to 2,600 rpm. The flight engineer was instructed to maintain 
					190 knots airspeed. Visibility in the darkness varied between zero to a half mile in and 
					out of the clouds. The CICO gave vectors to bring the aircraft to the storm eye. As they 
					approached, Metro, observing winds of 80 to 90 knots, recommended heading changes to 
					keep the wind off the port wing. At this time, the CICO's primary radar console failed, 
					and it was necessary to move to the secondary scope which had not been set up as a back-up 
					for the penetration. Reorientation of the scope, including a grease pencil sketch of the 
					wall cloud, proceeded with some difficulty, owing to sea return and clutter, but it was 
					accomplished in nine to 12 minutes. The heavy rain and turbulence continued until the 
					surface wind velocity decreased. Shortly, the wind became completely calm, then almost 
					immediately began increasing from the opposite direction. When the wind shifted, Metro 
					recommended a 180-degree turn in whichever direction was best. CICO advised that he had 
					heavy weather to starboard and called for a turn to port, then urged a hard port turn as 
					the wall cloud became visible on the radar. The pilot rolled the aircraft into a 
					20-degree-bank port turn and suddenly encountered the wall cloud turbulence. The first 
					jolt caused the aircraft to vibrate so severely that the AC believed he was experiencing 
					pre-stall shudder. Maximum power was ordered and set. As the aircraft rolled out on the 
					escape heading, another shock of equal severity caused the airspeed to vary by 50 knots 
					and altitude by 800 feet. The co-pilot came on the controls with the AC as the large 
					craft became almost uncontrollable. After about a minute, the turbulence and downpour 
					subsided. The flight steadied down on heading for a climb to 10,000 feet. The third 
					pilot was sent aft to check for injuries and damage. Fortunately, no one was hurt. 
					However, on his return to the cockpit, the third pilot observed blue sparks flashing 
					in the vicinity of the starboard wing tip. When the over-wing lights were turned on, 
					it was discovered that the starboard wingtip and the tip tank were missing. The wingtip 
					lights were secured and the other tip tank was emptied. No other difficulties were 
					encountered, but the aircraft required five-degree right aileron and three-degree left 
					rudder trim to maintain level flight. A normal landing was executed upon arrival at Guam
					home base. Repaired and returned to service.  To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 
					Apr71 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 12Jul72. Scrapped 18May76.
				145935 (MSN 1049A-5516)	Delivered to US Navy 12May58. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 12May58; code TE-1. 
					Modified as WC-121N May66. Named "W.W.I. Ace (Snoopy)" May67. VQ-1, NAS Agana, Guam 1Jul71; 
					code PR-55. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 16Nov71 as 5C0078 for storage. 
					Stricken from Navy inventory 12Jul72. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 25May76. 
				145936 (MSN 1049A-5517) to MASDC for storage Sep 8, 1965.  Withdrawn from storage and converted
					to EC-121M. Served with VQ-1. Damaged beyond repair by ground fire Jul 19, 1973 at NAS Atsugi, Japan.
					SOC Sep 22, 1973 and scrapped on-site. The damage was actually 
					minimal and it could have been fixed, but there was structural damage 
					and it was not considered to be worthy of repair. The Connies were only 
					months from retirement at the stage anyway 
				145937 (MSN 1049A-5518) converted to EC-121P in 1963.  Assigned to VW-11.  To NAF Litchfield Park 
					Jul 29, 1965 for storage.  Assigned to NASA Lewis Research Center, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH Nov 1965.
					Registered as NASA 670.  Re-registered N670NA Jun 25, 1969, cancelled Jun 18, 1970.  
					To MASDC May 6, 1970 as 5C0059.  Scrapped Oct 17, 1974
				145938 (MSN 1049A-5519)	Delivered to US Navy 19Jun58. VW-2, NAS Patuxent River, MD 19Jun58; code MG-938. 
					AEWTULANT, NAS Patuxent River, MD Apr62 for radar training. VW-11, NS Argentia, Newfoundland Feb63; 
					code MJ-938. Modified to EC-121P 1963 for ASW mission. 
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 8Sep65 for storage. Modified to WC-121N Mar66. 
					VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 3Apr66; code TE-8. Named "We’re ‘So’ Sweet [skunk] Nobody Loves US" May67. 
					NAS Atsugi, Japan 9Sep67 for installation of Operation Big Look modifications. 
					VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 14Sep67; code TE-8. Recoded as TE-10 Apr68. VQ-1, NAS Atsugi, Japan 1Jul71; 
					code PR-54. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 13Dec71 for storage. Stricken from Navy 
					inventory 12Jul72. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 21May76.
				145939 (MSN 1049A-5520)	Delivered to US Navy 27Jul58. VW-2, NAS Patuxent River, MD 27Jul58; code MG-939. 
					AEWTULANT, NAS Patuxent River, MD Apr62 for radar training; code MM-3. VW-11, NS Argentia, 
					Newfoundland Mar63; code MJ-939. Modified to EC-121P 1963 for ASW mission.  To MASDC, 
					Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 8Sep65 for storage. Modified to WC-121N late 1965. 
					VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Feb66; code TE-9, later as TE-11. Named " Malfunction Junction " May67. 
					VAQ-33, Fleet Electronic Warfare Support Group (FEWSG), NAS Norfolk, VA Apr71; code GD-10.
					Named "Maytag Messerschmitt". Back to MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 2Dec72 for storage. 
					Stricken from Navy inventory 29Jul74. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 16Sep76.
				145940 converted to EC-121P and then to EC-121M.    To MASDC for storage
					Oct 27, 1974.  Scrapped May 1981.
				145941 converted to EC-121P and then to WC-121N.  Scrapped at MASDC Mar 1971.
145942/145956		Lockheed PO-2W 
				Contract cancelled.
145957/145961		Grumman WF-2 Tracer
				Model G-117.  MSN 1/5.  Redesignated E-1B in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				145957 (MSN 1) to AMARC as 1E005 Nov 17, 1969.
				145958 (MSN 2) to AMARC as 1E041  Jul 26, 1974.  The aircraft had been over-stressed; radome removed and aircraft
					used in a utility role.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug 2002
				145959 (MSN 3) to MASDC as 1E002 Sep 27, 1967
145962/145963		Convair R4Y-2 
				Redesignated C-131G (later VC-131G) in 1962.  They were NOT ex-USAAF machines.  MASDC transfers and dates from 
					www.amarcexperience.com
				145962 (MSN 481) to AMARC as CS0094 Jun 26, 1986, later MB0007.  To DMI Aviation at Tucson as N45962.
				145963 (MSN 482) to AMARC as CS0084 later 1G0021 .  To civil registry as N42883,
					N63280, N221TT.
145964/145976 		Convair R4Y-2, -2T
				Contract cancelled, but 145964-145969 were completed and sold on civil market
				145964 (MSN 505) to civil market as LN-KLF with SAS Scandanavian Airlines "Birger Viking" Feb 27, 1958.  Broken up early 1975.
				145965 (MSN 506) to civil market as LN-KLG with SAS Scandanavian Airlines "Sigurd Viking" Feb 27, 1958.  Broken up early 1975.
				145966 (MSN 507) completed as CV-440 N5124.  Became N8124, then
					C-GTTE, VH-IHL (NTU), then ZK-KSA.  At one point was converted to CV-580.
					To Pionair Australia P/L of Bankstown as VH-PDV.
				145967 (MSN 508) to civil registry as N5125, converted to CV-580
					N5125, later N5126, then C-GTTG, then N991FL.
				145968 (MSN 509) the airframe that was to have taken this serial
					was completed as CV-440 N8745H, later N8860, then N12F,
					then N886Q, then N12 again, finally N57RD.  Sold to owner
					in Canada Apr 2005 and registered Jan 10, 2006 as C-GSKR.
					At some point it was converted to CV-580.
				145969 (MSN 510) to civil registry as N440M, converted to CV-580
					N440M, then N580HA
145977/145990 		Convair R4Y-2S 
				contract cancelled
145991/145995 		Convair R4Y-2Q 
				contract cancelled
145996/146015	 	North American T2J-1 Buckeye
				MSN 253-1/20.  Redesignated T-2A in 1962
				145997 converted to XT2J-2 (later redesignated YT-2B)
				145999 (MSN 253-4) to MASDC 
146016/146057		Grumman TF-1 Trader
				Model G-96.  MSN 46/87.  Designation changed to C-1A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				146016 attached to USS Hornet (CVS-12) crashed on takeoff and settled into Gulf of Tonkin and sank
					Aug 8, 1967.  All crew survived.
				146017 w/o May 15, 1963
				146018 (MSN 48) to MASDC as 7C0014 May 23, 1984.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last 
					noted May 2010
				146022 (MSN 52) to MASDC as 7C0012 Oct 25, 1983
				146023 crashed on golf course at NAF Atsugi, Japan Nov 1, 1976.  Crew killed
				146024 (MSN 54) to MASDC as 7C0025 Jun 5, 1986.  Registered N32628 to National Museum of Naval Aviation
					Feb 23, 2994, cancelled Jan 16, 2002.  FMS to Brazilian Navy in 2010 for conversion to S-2T Turbo Tracker 
					configuration.  Stored at Marsh Aviation, Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ, last noted 2012
				146025 (MSN 55) Active in January 1985 coded JM-41 with  VR-24 at NAS Sigonella, Sicily
					To MASDC as 7C0029 Oct 8, 1986.  Registered N32636 to National Museum of Naval Aviation
					Feb 18, 1994, cancelled Jan 16, 2002.  FMS to Brazilian Navy in 2010 for conversion to S-2T Turbo 
					Tracker configuration. To United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ.  Last noted Oct 2012.
				146026 (MSN 56) to MASDC as 7C0003 Feb 14, 1979.  Registered N32637 to National Museum of Naval Aviation
					Feb 23, 1994, cancelled Jan 16, 2002.  FMS to Brazilian Navy in 2010 for conversion to S-2T Turbo Tracker 
					configuration.   Stored at Marsh Aviation, Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ, last noted Oct 2012
				146027 (MSN 57) to MASDC as 7C0019 Dec 3, 1985.  Registered N32654 to National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					Feb 23, 1994, cancelled Jan 16, 2002.  FMS to Brazilian Navy in 2010 for conversion to S-2T Turbo Tracker 
					configuration.   Stored at Marsh Aviation, Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ, last noted 2012
					Registered on June 28, 2021 as N927BN with Adams Aviation Services Inc, Wilmington, Delaware
				146028 (MSN 58) Active in January 1985 coded JM-42 with VR-24 at NAS Sigonella, Sicily.
					To MASDC as 7C0033 Nov 6, 1985.  Registered N32658 to National Museum of Naval Aviation
					Feb 23, 1994, cancelled Jan 16, 2002.  FMS to Brazilian Navy in 2010 for conversion to S-2T Turbo Tracker
					configuration.  To United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Lat noted Oct 2012.
				146029 (MSN 59) To the National Museum of Naval Aviation. Displayed on board carrier USS Lexington, Corpus Christi, TX.
					Registered N6192F to the National Museum of Naval Aviation Feb93, current, registered to Dennis H. Callahan, 
					Neptune Beach, FL.  Displayed on loan at the Flying Tigers Warbird Restoration Museum, Kissimmee, FL. The 
					Flying Tigers Warbird Restoration Museum closed in 2004 due to damage caused by Hurricane Charley,
					Now owned by Tom Blair and stored at Kissimmee, FL.
				146030 (MSN 60) to MASDC as 7C0021 Feb 26, 1986.  Registered N32689 to the National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					Feb 23, 1994, cancelled Jan 16, 2002.  Stored at AMARC
				146031 (MSN 61) to MASDC as 7C0032 Nov 5, 1986.  Registered N32695 to National Museum of Naval Aviation
					Feb 23, 1994, cancelled Jan 16, 2002.  FMS to Brazilian Navy in 2010 for conversion to S-2T Turbo Tracker 
					configuration.  To United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ.  Last noted Oct 2012.
				146034 (MSN 64) The aircraft was one of three C-1As operated out of NAS Willow Grove, PA, by the USS 
					Independence carrier on-board delivery (COD) crew. After this aircraft’s last flight in March 1987, 
					it was placed on display in the northeast corner of Willow Grove base.  To the National Museum of Naval 
					Aviation; displayed at NAS Willow Grove, PA. Placed in the care of the Delaware Valley Historical Aircraft 
					Association (DVHAA) late 1987.  Displayed at the Harold F. Pitcairn Wings of Freedom Museum at NAS Willow 
					Grove, Horsham, PA, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum
				146035 w/o Aug 25, 1977
				146036 (MSN 66) to MASDC as 7C0017 Aug 20, 1985.  Registered N32705 to the National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					Feb 23, 1994, cancelled Aug19, 1989.  To USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA Sep 28, 2004, on loan from 
					National Naval Aviation Museum
				146038 (MSN 68) to MASDC as 7C0023 May 21, 1986.  Registered N32709 to the National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					Feb 18, 1994, cancelled Aug 19, 1989.  Displayed on ‘celebrity row’ at AMARC, Tucson, AZ.
					Seen at Davis-Monthan AMARC on 8/28/2017 on Celebrity Row
				146040 (MSN 70) with VRC-40 crashed at Elizabeth City during touch-and-go Aug 23, 1983.  Four
					occupants killed.
				146041 (MSN 71) to MASDC as 7C0026 Jun 19, 1986.  Registered N32720 to the National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					Feb 23, 1994, cancelled Jan 16, 2002.  Stored at AMARC
				146043 (MSN 73) to MASDC as 7C0030 Oct 8, 1986.  Registered N5054X to the National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					Feb 23, 1994, cancelled Jan 16, 2002.  Stored at AMARC
				146044 (MSN 74) 8/18/58: TOS USN as TF-1.
					2/59: Fleet Aircraft Service Squadron 3 (FASRON 3), NAS Norfolk, VA.
					1960: Fleet Logistics Squadron 40 (VRC-40), NAS Norfolk, VA.
					9/62: Redesignated as C-1A.
					11/9/62: Deployed to NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
					1/64: Deployed on USS Essex CVS-9), NAS Quonset Point, RI.
					7/64: Deployed aboard USS Enterprise (CVN-65). Participated in Operation Sea Orbit" (around the world 
						cruise with Nuclear Task Force One)
					3/67: Deployed aboard USS Randolph (CVS-15), NAS Norfolk, VA.
					1968 to 1974: Deployed aboard USS Independence (CV-62).
					12/71 - 1972: Temporary duty from USS Independence to Fleet Logistics Squadron 50 (VRC-50), 
						Yankee Station, Danang, South Vietnam.
					9/75: NAS Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico.
					5/78: USS America (VC-66).
					8/78 to 1984: Assigned to USS Nimitz (CVN-68), NAS Norfolk, VA.
					1979-1980: Navy Transport Squadron 24 (VR-24), NAS Sigonella, Italy.
					1985-1987: USS Independence (CV-62).
					1988: USS Lexington (CVT-16).  9/88: SOC.
					9/88: To National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					5/90:  J. C. Janes and Associates, Inc with c/r N71459
					5/22/90: c/r N71459 cancelled.
					By 7/31/90: Registered as N189G
					11/2/99: Trader Air Inc Topeka KS 
					Crashed Roseville, IL Aug 18, 2002.  Aircraft experienced a catastrophic right engine failure and lost 
					control and skidded to a stop in a field.  Restored to airworthy condition Jul 2013.
					11/3/17: Trader Air Inc, Eskridge, KS.
				146045 (MSN 75) at the Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, SC, used for fire training.
				146046 went down off coast of San Diego Aug 14, 1980 with VRC-30.  All 3 crew lost.
				146047 attached to USS Independence (CVA-62) crashed while attempting emergency landing at Da Nang Aug 30, 1965
					All crew survived..
				146048 is recorded as being the last piston-powered aircraft operated by the US Navy with the last trap 
					on USS Lexington Sep 27, 1988.  Registered N7171M May 22, 1990, current.
						On display at the Palm Springs Air Museum in California.
				146049 (MSN 79) 1958:  TOS USN.  9/62: Redesignated C-1A.
					By 8/65: Navy Transport Squadron 24 (VR-24), Capodichino Airdrome, Naples Italy.	
					3/66 to 3/67: Supported VR-21, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii, in the Pacific area, with many flights into Vietnam. 	
					By 1984: Base Flight, NAS Meridian, MS.
					To MASDC as 7C0015 Sep 30, 1984.  10/2/84: SOC.
					4/89: David Brady, Cartersville, GA as N81389.
					1990: Robert E. Robeson, Franklin, TN.
					6/91: Midwest Custom Coaches Inc, Salina KS.   Seen at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill. 8-5-95.
					10/11/97: Phil Bomberger/Aviation Business Corporation, St. Louis, MO
 				146050 (MSN 80) to MASDC as 7C0035 Apr 28, 1987.  Registered N52705 to the National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					Feb 23, 1994, cancelled Jan 16, 2002.  Stored at AMARC
				146051 (MSN 81) to MASDC as 7C0028 Jul 22, 1986.  Registered N5271B to the National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					Feb 18, 1994, cancelled Jan 16, 2002.  Stored at AMARC
				146052 (MSN 82) assigned to VRC-40 in 1976.  To MASDC as 7C0007 Apr 1, 1981.  Registered N81193 Mar 31, 1989, 
					registered to the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame Aug 11, 1989, current.  Reported Mar 2005 with 
					Lone Star Flight Museum, Galveston, TX.  Damaged by salt water flooding during Hurricane Ike, 13Sep08
					Wreck at Round Top, TX in 2017.  Seen at Oshkosh Jul 27, 2017, converted into a trailer-mounted camper
					vehicle.
				146053 (MSN 83) to MASDC as 7C0010 May 11, 1983.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted 
					May 2010
				146054 attached to USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) veered to port on catapult launch and crashed into
					sea Jan 16, 1968.  3 killed 7 survived.
				146055 (MSN 85) to MASDC as 7C0027 Jun 30, 1986.  Registered N5271K to the National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					Feb 18, 1994, cancelled Jan 16, 2002.  Stored at AMARC
				146057 (MSN 87) to MASDC as 7C0020 Dec 18, 1985.  Registered N32579 to National Museum of Naval Aviation
					Feb 23, 1994, cancelled Jan 16, 2002.  FMS to Brazilian Navy in 2010 for conversion to S-2T Turbo Tracker 
					configuration.  Stored at Marsh Aviation, Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ.  Last noted Oct 2012. 
				The Brazilian Navy and Marsh Aviation Company signed Oct 20 2011 the contract for the conversion of four (out of 
				eight bought) C-1A Traders to the Carrier-on-Board Delivery/Air-to-Air Refuelling (COD/AAR) KC-2 Turbo Trader 
				standard. The first aircraft is scheduled to be delivered in April 2014 and the fourth and last in October 2015. 
				Another two aircraft are scheduled for conversion to AEW standard. The Turbo Trader will be used on board 
				Brazilian Navy Aircraft Carrier A-12 Sao Paulo (ex-French Navy Foch).  The deal between Marsh Aviation and the 
				Brazilian Navy is now on hold because Marsh Aviation sold spare parts to Venezuela between 2005 and 2008 
				violating U.S. law (Arms Export Control Act) and the Department of State frozen all military deals of the company.
146058/146237		Lockheed T2V-1 Seastar 
				Model 1080-91-08.  Contract cancelled.
146238/146293		North American T-28C Trojan
				MSN 252-1/56.  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
				146238 (MSN 252-1)  Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC 16Jul69. Departed 24Mar70 to NARF Pensacola, FL.  Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 8Jun78
				146239 (MSN 252-2) Assigned to TW-5, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC as 5T0133 May 9, 1978. SOC 1Apr82
					To Museum of Military History, Indianapolis, IN 1988-90
					Registered N4168E; current [Dec15]
				146240 (MSN 252-3) Assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA
					To MASDC as 5T0191 May 9, 1979.  SOC 25Jun80.  Registered N240CJ; reregistered 
					Registered N240CG in VA-122 markings with side number 093.  Cancelled 31Jul12 on export to Canada 
					Registered C-FRWG 6Sep12; current [Dec15] 
				146241 (MSN 252-4) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 29Mar69
				146242 (MSN 252-5) Assigned to TW-5, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC as 5T0106 20Jun77. SOC 29May78
					Registered N1188C; reregistered.  Registered N76TP; current [Dec15]
				146243 (MSN 252-6) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 1May62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 146243. W/o 1964
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code N]
					Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron
				146244 (MSN 252-7) Assigned to BUWEPS FR, NAS Alameda, CA. SOC 1May62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 146244
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code O].  Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron
					To Royal Lao Air Force 1964 as 54-146244/0-46244. 
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
					Modified with reconnaissance pack, designated RT-28C
					Reported w/o sometime in 1966.
				146245 (MSN 252-8) Written off 19Dec58
				146246 (MSN 252-9) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 15Oct76
					Registered N2800M as a North American-Mark T-28C; cancelled 10Dec12 on export to Germany
					Registered D-FUMY 2013; current
				146247 (MSN 252-10) Written off Sep65
				146248 (MSN 252-11) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 20Feb64
				146249 (MSN 252-12) Transferred to US Marine Corps
					To SOES-12 [Station Operations and Engineer Squadron], MCAS Quantico, VA
					To MASDC as 5T0066 13Oct76. SOC 16Aug77. Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registered N6535K; reregistered
					Registered N28CV as a North American/Bellek T-28C; current [Dec15]
				146250 (MSN 252-13) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 30Mar67
					Reported at the World Aircraft Museum, Calhoun, GA 1988. 
					The World Aircraft Museum closed on the death of the owner 2010. Current location of T-28 not known
				146251 (MSN 252-14) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 19Nov63
				146252 (MSN 252-15) To NARF Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Oct64 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Sep64 as 252, code FA-252, later as FG-252
					Crashed 17Dec68 at N’Dolo airport, Kinshasa during air display 
				146253 (MSN 252-16) Assigned to TW-5, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC as 5T0150 24May78.  Transferred to USAF registry as TA0162 7Jul82
					Registered N912KK; reregistered.  Registered N311LK; reregistered
					Registered N528TC Warbirds  Trojan Flight Demonstration Team; current [Dec15]
				146254 (MSN 252-17) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-371]
					To MASDC as 5T0155 24Jun78. SOC 25Jun80
					To USAF Museum, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH Dec84
					Registered N910KK 29Jan86; reregistered.  Registered N254PJ 30Aug88; reregistered
					Registered N28CQ 16Sep02, based at El Cajon, CA; current [Dec15]
				146255 (MSN 252-18) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 
					To NARF Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Oct64 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Sep64 as 255, code FG-255
					Damaged on landing at Bunia Jan65; out of service until 1968
					Renamed Zaire Air Force / Force Aérienne Zairoise Oct71
					Registered N39408 Nov77; cancelled
					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 C-GJMT 25Jan88; cancelled 5Apr93 on export to USA
					Registered N255JM 5Apr93; reregistered
					Registered N255NA 17Aug98; current [Dec15]
				146256 (MSN 252-19) Written off 29Sep59
				146257 (MSN 252-20) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 16Nov78
					Transferred to US Marine Corps
					To SOES-12 [Station Operations and Engineer Squadron], MCAS Quantico, VA
					To Robins AFB, GA 1988
					To Air Acres Air Museum, Cartersville, GA 1993. Relocated to Air Acres, Woodstock, GA c2000
				146258 (MSN 252-21) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 13Oct76
				146259 (MSN 252-22)  Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 2Mar68
				146260 (MSN 252-23) Delivered to US Navy 14Aug57
					Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					Assigned to TW-5, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC as 5T0115 8Mar78. SOC 1Apr82
					Registered N260AN 1986; reregistered.  Registered N939Z 1996; cancelled 15May08 on export to Canada
					Registered C-GKOL 27Jun08; current [Dec15]
				146261 (MSN 252-24) Assigned to TW-5, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC as 5T0122 28Apr78. SOC 1Nov82
					Transferred to US Marine Corps
					To SOES-12 [Station Operations and Engineer Squadron], MCAS Quantico, VA
					Registered N728C 22Mar91; current [Dec15]
					Preserved and on display at the Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA
				146262 (MSN 252-25) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX
					To MASDC as 5T0119 16Apr78. SOC 1Nov82
					Registered N7160C; current [Dec15]
					Registration N747NA reserved Aug96; ntu
				146263 (MSN 252-26) Written off Nov65
				146264 (MSN 252-27) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 31May62
				146265 (MSN 252-28) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL
					Assigned to NAS Litchfield Park, AZ for storage
					Transferred to US Marine Corps
					To SOES-12 [Station Operations and Engineer Squadron], MCAS Quantico, VA
					Assigned to Naval Air Facility (NAF), Andrews AFB, Washington, DC
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-710]
					To MASDC as 5T0121 26Apr78. SOC 25Jun80
				146266 (MSN 252-29) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 6Oct67
				146267 (MSN 252-30) Assigned to Base Flight, NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 29Sep75
				146268 (MSN 252-31) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 6May75
					Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				146269 (MSN 252-32) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 19Apr62
				146270 (MSN 252-33) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX
					To MASDC as 5T0125 4May78. SOC 1Apr82
					Registered N9746Z; reregistered.  Registered N128PS; cancelled 23Jan95
					Registration N842GP reserved Mar91; ntu
					Crash landed 13May89 when the pilot failed to lower the landing gear for landing.
				146271 (MSN 252-34) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 29Jan68
				146272 (MSN 252-35) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC as 5T0117 12Apr78. SOC 1Apr82
					Registered N272PP 4Apr11; current [Dec15].
				146273 (MSN 252-36) Assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA [code NJ-094]
					To MASDC as 5T0111 Dec 8, 1977. SOC 29May78
					Registered N14NW Feb87; reregistered 
					Registered N46273 3Apr87; current [Dec15]
				146274 (MSN 252-37) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC as 5T0160 9Aug78. SOC 30Apr79
					Registered N2031T as a North American/Clark T-28C 12Oct01; current [Dec15] 
				146275 (MSN 252-38) assigned to TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL.  To MASDC as 5T0073 2Nov76. SOC 16Aug77. 
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82.
					Registration  N578TB reserved Jul 21, 2006, taken up 5Jun07; current [Dec15] 
				146276 (MSN 252-39) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 13Jun63
				146277 (MSN 252-40) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 11Jun62
				146278 (MSN 252-41) Written off 14Oct58
				146279 (MSN 252-42) Assigned to TW-5, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC as 5T0153 Jun 12, 1978. SOC 25Jun80
					Registered C-FPUG with Trojan Aero,  Niagra Falls, Ont 3Jun94; 
					Named "Dianne" Jun 2000.  Current [Dec15] 
				146280 (MSN 252-43) Assigned to MCAS Beaufort, SC. W/o 23Feb76.
				146281 (MSN 252-44) Assigned to TW-5, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC as 5T0120 19Apr78. SOC 1Apr82
					Registered N2215D Mar90; current [Dec15] 
					Force landed 25Jan02 at Aurora Airport, OR. The aircraft made a normal take-off from Aurora airport 
					and leveled out at 4,500 feet. The first indication of trouble was when the propeller suddenly increased 
					in speed, to 2,500 rpm. The pilot turned back towards the airport and lined up with the runway. 
					Approximately 30 seconds later the engine began vibrating badly and backfiring, whilst losing power. 
					Without enough power to make the planned runway, the pilot elected to perform a gear up landing short 
					of the airport (this is the recommended procedure for this aircraft according to the emergency checklist). 
					The landing was very smooth, the aircraft slid about 300 feet, there were no injuries, and only 
					minor damage to the aircraft.
				146282 (MSN 252-45) To NARF 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 282, code FA-282, later as FG-282
					Delivered 27May64 by USAF C-133 to Leopoldville, Belgian Congo
					Crashed 20Aug67 near Kalemie after fuel starvation 
				146283 (MSN 252-46) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC as 5T0038 3Jan75. SOC 16Aug77. Transferred to USAF as TA0157 Jan 12, 1981.
					Registered N1184T 27Aug81; current [Dec15] 
					Seen at Rockford, IL Aug 9, 1996 as N1184T
				146284 (MSN 252-47) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 23Jul64
				146285 (MSN 252-48) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 7May69
				146286 (MSN 252-49) Assigned to VX-5, Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), China Lake, CA, Jan-Mar64
					Used by the Naval Weapons Evaluation Facility to test the Circular Land Theory, using a round runway
					Assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA [code NJ-283] [Dec66].  To TW-5 at NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC as 5T0134 9May78. SOC 1Apr82.
					Registered N146GB 21Nov85; reregistered.  Registered N146GF 28Mar90; reregistered
					Registered N648LW 16Dec11; current [Dec15] 
				146287 (MSN 252-50) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 28Jul78
					Registered N2304K Aug78; reregistered.  Registered N28YM 13Jun12; current [Dec15]
					To French civil registry Sep 22, 2020 as F-AZQV with RODAL Aero Passion at La Roche Sur Yon 
				146288 (MSN 252-51) Assigned to VX-5, Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), China Lake, CA [code XE-8]
					To MASDC as 5T0142 May 9, 1978. SOC 1Apr82.
				146289 (MSN 252-52) To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 
					To NARF Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Oct64 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Sep64 as 289, code FA-289, later as FG-289
					Renamed Zaire Air Force / Force Aérienne Zairoise Oct71
					Registered N99163 Nov77; cancelled 13Apr11
					Ferry flight from Zaire to El Paso, TX (via Gabon, Nigeria, Togo, Abidjan, Monrovia, Freetown, Bissau, 
					Dakar, Port Etienne, Villa Cisneros, Marrakech, Spain, France) 1977; crashed 14Dec77 at 
					Bellegarde-en-Marche, France; recovered Feb78 and delivered to London, England by road for repair.
					To Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum, Flixton, England May81. Preserved and on display.
					Reported March 2020 painted as ‘6289’ with Zaire AF colours on port side, USN VT-3 colours 
					on starboard side and wearing codes ‘FG-289’ and ‘2W’.
				146290 (MSN 252-53) To NARF 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 290, code FA-290
					Delivered 27May64 by USAF C-133 to Leopoldville, Belgian Congo
					Crash landed 27Jul64 at Kabongo possibly due to enemy ground fire 
				146291 (MSN 252-54) To NARF Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Oct64 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Aug64 as 291, code FA-291
					Crash landed 17Feb65 near Sudanese border after running out of fuel 
				146292 (MSN 252-55) Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 14Oct76
				146293 (MSN 252-56) Assigned to VT-5, NAAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 7Apr65
146294/146295 		Goodyear XZS2G-1 
				Goodyear Aircraft Company 650,000 cu ft scout airship designated as XZS2G-1
146296/146297 		Goodyear ZPG-3W Vigilance
				Goodyear Aircraft Company 1,516,000 cu ft N series AEW airship designated as ZPG-3W; redesignated 1962 as EZ-1C
				146296 delivered to US Navy Dec 17, 1959
				146297 delivered to US Navy Apr 5, 1960.  Last airship accepted by US Navy. 
146298/146302		Sikorsky HRS-3
				Redesignated CH-19E in 1962.
146303			Grumman WF-2 Tracer 
				Model G-117. MSN 6.   Designation changed to E-1B in 1962.  To MASDC as 1E006 Jan 16, 1970 (www.amarcexperience.com)
146304/146327 		Kaman HUK-1 
				Kaman Aircraft Company Model K-600.  Redesignated UH-43C in 1962.
				146307 to civil registry as N11119 Jan 17, 1967.  Crashed May 29, 1972
				146308 to civil registry as N9847 Mar 15, 1967.  Crashed Aug 7, 1971 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.
				146309 to civil registry as N11012 Jan 17, 1967.  Registration cancelled by FAA Jun 26, 2009 as
					"written off in hard landing at Pilot Rock, OR with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR. Apr 11, 1973.
				146311 to civil registry as N6174 Jan 19, 1967.  Scrapped sometime between 1970 and 1975.
				146317 to N6175.  Crashed Apr 9, 1971.  Later to N61757.  Crashed May 24, 1974.
				146318 to Flight Enterprises, Inc of Prescott, AZ as N5144 Feb 1, 1969, then to Command Helicopters,
					Inc of Medford, OR Aug 17, 1969.  Retired by Oct 1977.
				146320 to Hawkins and Powers of Greybull, WY from Navy storage, no N-number.  Donated to Classic Rotors of
					Ramona, CA Jun 2002.
				146321 to civil registry as N3910 with Arizona Aircraft Parts and Sales Jan 19, 1967.  To Avery Aviation of
					Greybull, WY Mar 22, 1968.  To Hawkins and Powers of Greybull, WY Mar 3, 1970 and parts used during 1968
					to rebuilt N2856J (58-1840)
				146326 to civil registry as N6126 Jan 19, 1967.  Scrapped sometime between 1970-1975.
146328/146339		McDonnell F3H-2 Demon
				MSN 476/487.  Redesignated F-3B in 1962.  Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				146328 (MSN 476) 1959-60: VF-193 as NM-30x.  1962: VF-151 as NL-xxx.   Crashed 20 Nov 1963 near NAS Alameda, CA
				146329 (MSN 477) 1959-60: VF-193 as NM-306.  1962: VF-161 as AH-105
				146330 (MSN 478) 1960: VF-101.  9/24/1960: Written off
				146331 (MSN 479)  1959: VF-31.  8/14/1959: Written off
				146332 (MSN 480)  1962: VF-161 as AH-106
				146333 (MSN 481)  1959-60: VF-101 as AD-xxx.  1960-61: VF-31 as AC-100
				146334 (MSN 482)  ? as NF-207.  1961: VF-193 as NM-304
				146335 (MSN 483)
				146336 (MSN 484)  1959-60: VF-193 as NM-309.   1962-63: VF-193 as NM-309
				146337 (MSN 485)  VF-121 as NJ-138
				146338 (MSN 486)  1961: VF-41 as AG-110.  5/5/1964: Struck off charge at O&R NAS Norfolk, VA
				146339 (MSN 487)  1959-60: VF-101 as AD-xxx.  10/30/1964: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
146340/146341		Vought XF8U-3 Crusader III  
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				146340 delivered from Chance-Vought Aircraft , Dallas, TX.  6/2/1958: First flight
					Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA May 26, 1959 to Aug 2, 1960.
					Registered as NASA 226.  Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA. Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.
					1960: Salvaged 
				146341 9/27/1958: First flight.  Assigned to Edwards AFB, CA.  Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 
					Jun 26, 1959 to Aug 2, 1960.  Registered as NASA 227.  Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA. 1960: Salvaged   
146342/146425		Grumman F9F-8T Cougar
				Model G-105.  Redesignated TF-9J in 1962. .  Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org.
					Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				146342 1959: ATU-212.  Active in 1968 with VT-22 coded 3F-272 at NAS Kingsville, Texas.
					To MASDC as 3F244 Oct 19, 1970. To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Oct 19, 1976
				146343 to N472 Dept of the Navy, Atlantic City, NJ (USCAR JAN64)  1966-69: VT-23 as 3H-328.   
					1971: VT-24.  7/24/1971: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				146344 1959: ATU-212
				146345 1962-64: VT-25  1968: VT-21 as 3E-144.  10/25/1969: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				146346 1962-64: VT-25.  1967-69: VT-23 as 3H-335.  To MASDC as 3F298 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Mar 16, 1972. 
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Oct 19, 1976
				146347 1966: VT-23.  Jan 11, 1966: Written off
				146348 1966-67: VT-23 as 3H-307.  5/13/1967: Written off
				146349 1959: ATU-212.  Oct 2, 1973: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL
				146350
				146351 1964: VT-25.  1966: VA-43 as AD-302.  1968: VT-24. 7/23/1968: Written off
				146352  1959: ATU-212.  1963: VT-22 as 3F-152.  1966: VT-22.  9/14/1966: Written off? Repaired?  1969: VT-22
				146353 1959: ATU-212.  1963: VT-22 as 3F-153 NAAS Kingsville, TX   To MASDC as 3F216 Sep 1, 1970.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 4, 1976
				146354 1959: ATU-212.  1963: VT-22 as 3F-151.  1969: VT-22 NAAS Kingsville, TX.  To MASDC as 3F218 Sep 10, 1970. 
					 To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 12, 1976
				146355 1959: ATU-212.  1972-73: VT-10 as 2N-011.  To MASDC as 3f350 Nov 29. 1973.   
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 7, 1976
				146356 1962-64: VT-25.  1967: VT-25.  Feb 3, 1967: Written off.
				146357 1962-64: VT-25.  to MASDC as 3F320 Oct 30, 1972.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 6, 1976
				146358 1962-64: VT-25
				146359 1959: ATU-212 as 3F-145
				146360 1965: VMF(AW)-232.  4/29/1965: Written off
				146361 1969: VT-23 as 3H-317.  1970: VT-25.  8/31/1970: Struck off charge at NAS Chase Field, TX
				146362
				146363 1969: VT-23 as 3H-350.   1971: VT-25 as 3J-554.  11/16/1971: Struck off charge at NAS Chase Field, TX
				146364 1967-68: VT-23 as 3H-307.  3/27/1968: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				146365 1969: VT-23 as 3H-349.  1972: VT-25.  2/22/1972: Struck off charge at NAS Chase Field, TX
				146366 1959: ATU-212.  1963-64: VT-22.  1969: VT-22 NAS Kingsville, TX.  To MASDC Feb 4, 1970
				146367
				146368 1966-69: VT-23 as 3H-308.  1972: VT-24.  9/25/1972: Struck off charge at NAS Chase Field, TX.
				146369 1966-69: VT-23 as 3H-320.  To MASDC as 3F228 from VT-26 NAAS Chase Field, TD Oct 1, 1970
					.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 5, 1976
				146370 1963: VT-21 as 3E-255.  1972: VT-25.  9/27/1972: Struck off charge at NAS Chase Field, TX
				146371 1960-61: VA-126 as NJ-626.  1963-64: VT-22.  1967-69: VT-23 as 3H-337.  1971: VT-24 as 3K-444 NAAS Chase Field, TX
					To MASDC as 3F301 Mar 24, 1972.  .  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 12, 1976
				146372 1969: VT-23 as 3H-334.  To MASDC as 3F225 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Sep 30, 1970.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 30, 1976
				146373 1964: VT-21 as 3E-142.  To MASDC as 3F219 from VT-22 NAAS Kingsville, TX Sep 11, 1970
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 12, 1976
				146374
				146375 1962-64: VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  To MASDC as 3F335 Jan 31, 1973.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 6, 1976
				146376 VX-5.  1968: VT-26 as 3L-621.  To MASDC as 3F335 from VT-25 NASAS Chase Field, TX Jan 31, 1973
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 6, 1976
				146377 1962-63: VT-22.  Apr 1, 1963: Spun out and crashed near Freer, TX
				146378 To MASDC as 3F302 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Mar 25, 1972
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 30, 1976
				146379 1962: VA-126 as NJ-602.  1963-64: VT-22.  1967: VT-22.  Mar 1. 1967: Written off.
				146380 10/14/1963: Struck off charge at NAS Norfolk, VA
				146381 1960: VF-124 as NJ-189  Crashed into Pacific Ocean off California Jun 19, 1961.  2 killed.
				146382 1971: VT-25.  5/17/1971: Struck off charge at NAS Chase Field, TX
				146383 to MASDC as 3F310 from VT-24 NAAS Chase Field, TX Oct 30, 1972.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 23, 1976
				146384 1967: VA-45 as AD-6xx.  1967-69: VT-23 as 3H-342.  Oct 2, 1973: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL
				146385 1957: VMT-1 as BE-9. To MASDC as 3F276 from VT-26 NAAS Chase Field, TX Nov 11, 1971.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 5, 1976
				146386 1963: VMT-1.  1973: VT-4 as 2F-338 NAAS Pensacola, FL.  To MASDC as 3F378 Mar 4, 1974. 
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 21, 1976
				146387 1963-64: VT-22.  To MASDC as 3F265 from VT-24 NAAS Chase Field, TX Oct 8, 1971.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 23, 1976
				146388 1963: VT-25.  Apr 5, 1963: Written off
				146389 1963-64: VT-22.  1969: VT-22 as 3F-257.  To MASDC as 3F317 Oct 2, 1972. 
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 20, 1976
				146390 1964: VA-126.  1967: VF-126.1969: VT-22.  To MASDC as 3F275 from VT-26 NAAS Chase Field, TX Nov 11, 1971
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 4, 1976
				146391 1959: VMT-2 as SD-11.  1969: VT-22 NAAS Kingsville, TX.  To MASDC as 3F232 Oct 6, 1970
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 20, 1976
				1463921967: VMT-103 as SD-12.  1969: VT-22.  To MASDC as 3F299 from Vt-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Mar17, 1972. 
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 3, 1976
				146393 to MASDC as 3F262 Oct 5, 1971. To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 23, 1976
				146394 1969: VT-25.  6/18/1969: Written off.
				146395 1962-64: VT-25.  1969: VT-25 as 3J-000.  1970: VT-25.
					Nov 5, 1970: Written off at NAS Chase Field, TX
				146396 VT-24 as 3K-400.  To MASDC as 3F314 Sep 28, 1972. To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 21, 1976 
				146397 1962-64: VT-25.  1967: VT-25.  May 6, 1967: Written off.
				146398 1963-64: VT-22.  To MASDC as 3F239 from Vt-24 NAAS Chase Field, TX Oct 14, 1970.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 4, 1976 
				146399 VT-24 as 3K-428 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  To  MASDC as 3F285 Dec 17, 1971.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 11, 1976 
				146400 to MASDC as 3F267 from VT-26 NAAS Chase Field, TX Oct 27, 1971
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 19, 1976 
				146401 to MASDC as 3F25 Sep 30, 1971.   To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 12, 1976 
				146402 1963-64: VT-22.  1969: VT-22 NAAS Kingsville, TX.  To MASDC as 3F217 Sep 1, 1970.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 19, 1976
				146403 1970: VT-24. 9/30/1970: Struck off charge at NAS Chase Field, TX
				146404 to MASDC as 3F342 Sep 20, 1973    To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 19, 1976
				146405 1973: VT-10 as 2N-512 NAS Pensacola, FL.  To MASDC as 3F356 Dec 21, 1973.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 20, 1976
				146406
				146407 1962-64: VT-25
				146408  1968: VT-26 as 3L-618 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  To MASDC  as 3F278 Nov 11, 1971
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 3, 1976
				146409  1968: VT-26 as 3L-617.  To MASDC as 3F293 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Mar 6, 1972
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 4, 1976
				146410 1967: NADC Johnsville, PA.  Aug 12, 1969: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.
				146411 1971: VT-24.  8/20/1971: Struck off charge at NAS Chase Field, TX
				146412 1971: VT-26 as 3L-633 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  To MASDC as 3F260 Sep 30, 1971.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 19, 1976
				146413  NARTU Glenview, IL as 7V-413.  1963: VT-22.  Jun 10, 1963: Written off.
				146414 to MASDC as 3F236 from VT-22 NAAS Kingsville, TX Oct 8, 1970.  
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 16, 1976
				146415 to MASDC as 3F287 Dec 21, 1971.   To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 23, 1976
				146416 NARTU Glenview, IL as 7V-416.  1963-64: VT-22.  1967: VT-23 as 3H-309.. To MASDC as 3F318 Oct 30, 1972.  .   
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 14, 1976.  Was on display in Lincoln, Nebraska ca 1978.  
					Was supposed to be move to Beatrice, Nebraska.
				146417 1962-64: VT-25.  VT-25 as 3J-556.  Was in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.  In 2008 was at
					Evergreen Museum, McMinnville, OR, painted in Blue Angels livery, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				146418 1972: VT-25.  4/18/1972: Written off
				146419 1962-64: VT-25.  1967: VT-25.  Aug 10, 1967: Written off
				146420 1969: VT-22.  1973: VT-4 as 2F-347 NAAS Pensacola, FL.  To MASDC as 3F346 Nov 12, 1973.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 15, 1976
				146421
				146422
				146423 Oct 2, 1973: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.  Was hulked at a gas station in Pensacola, FL. Gone now
				146424 to MASDC as 3F351 Nov 29, 1973. To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 14, 1976  
				146425 designated NTF-9J for use at Naval Weapons Evaluation Facility with an experimental radar installation.
146426/146430		Grumman UF-2 Albatross 
				Model G-191 for West German Navy as HU-16D.  Bore USN serial numbers for administrative purposes.
				146426 (MSN 444).  Bore marks SC+101, later RE+501, later SC+301, later 60+04.  To N13048 Consolidated Aero 
					Export Corp, Tucson AZ 1972.  To Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL May 1972.  To NMNA, NAS Pensacola 
					FL.  To Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC Mar 1982.   Registered N695S Smithsonian Institution, 
					Washington DC Jul 1982; "Smithsonian Marine Systems Lab" titles, coral reef research project from 
					Miami FL, & geological survey of Labrador coast. NMNA, NAS Pensacola FL: loan, displayed 1990. 
					To Mark Clark/ Courtesy Aircraft, Rockford IL 1991.  To A & T Recovery Inc, Berwyn IL Feb 1991. 
					To Flying Boat Inc, Fort Lauderdale FL Nov 1991. To Omni Engineering Inc, Columbus OH, registered 
					Oct 7, 1994, cancelled Sep 17, 2013.
				146427 (MSN 445).  Bore marks SC+102, later RE+502, later SC+302, later 60+05.  
					To N13045 Consolidated Aero Export Corp, Tucson AZ 1972. To Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL May 1972. 
					To Indonesia Navy / TNI-AL. PK-VAB Dirgantara Air Services PT, Jakarta; operated by Pelita Air Service, 
					Jakarta 1980, cancelled Oct 10, 1981. To Indonesia Navy / TNI-AL.  To N900DA Four Square Ltd, Venice 
					FL May 12, 1993. (TNI-AL IR-0223 & IR-0225 at Bandung, Indonesia 11.93 being prepared for ferry to USA). 
					To Norton Aero Ltd, Athol ID Apr 19, 1995.  Registered N10GN Norton Aero Ltd, Athol ID Nov 1997. 
					To Airventure Holdings LLC, Gig Harbor WA Jun 10, 1999.  To AC Ventures LLC, Dover DE Aug 30, 2002. 
					To Heritage of Eagles Air Museum, Chino CA 26.8.10, current.
				146428 (MSN 446).  Bore marks SC+103, later RE+503, later SC+303, later 60+06.   To N13044 Consolidated Aero 
					Export Corp, Tucson AZ 1972.  To Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Apr 1972. To Indonesia Navy/TNI-AL. 
					To N125DA Four Square Ltd, Venice FL May 12, 1993, cancelled Sep 25, 2013.  (TNI-AL IR-0223 & IR-0225 at 
					Bandung, Indonesia Nov 1993 being prepared for ferry to USA, reported not ferried, stored Indonesia)
					then to Indonesian Navy
				146429 (MSN 447).  Bore marks SC+104, later RE+504,later SC+304, later 60+07.  To N13043 Consolidated Aero 
					Export Corp, Tucson AZ 1972. To Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Apr 1972. To Indonesia Navy/TNI-AL.
				146430 (MSN 448).  Bore marks SC+105, later RE+505, later SC+305, later 60+08.  To N13042 Consolidated Aero 
					Export Corp, Tucson AZ 1972.  To Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL May 1972.  To Indonesia Navy/TNI-AL. 
					To N202DA Four Square Ltd, Venice FL May 12, 1993, cancelled Dec 13, 2012.  (TNI-AL IR-0223 & IR-0225 at 
					Bandung, Indonesia Nov 1993 being prepared for ferry to USA, rep. not ferried, stored Indonesia)
146431/146438		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				For French Aeronavale.  Usually still displayed US Navy serial and last 3 digits as French serial.
				146431 (MSN 726-7144) SOC Jul 9, 1958 on transfer to French Navy
				146432 (MSN 726-7145) French Navy serial was 432.
				146433 (MSN 726-7152) to French Navy Sep 6, 1958
				146434 (MSN 726-7153) to French Navy Oct 1958.  To Royal Netherlands Navy as 217
					Oct 25, 1965.  Scrapped at Valkenburg Feb 12, 1980
				146435 (MSN 726-7154) to French Navy Sep 1958.  Returned by French 
					Navy and to AMARC (1P345) Oct 26, 1973. Sold to 
					Consolidated Aeronautics Corpn, Tucson Jun 8, 1976 and noted 
					in their yard at South Wilmot that month.  By 1981 reduced to fuselage 
					only; last sighting January 1984
				146436 (MSN 726-7155) to French Navy Sep 1958. Returned by French 
					Navy and to AMARC (1P346) Oct 26, 1973. Sold to 
					Consolidated Aeronautics Corp, Tucson Jun 9, 1976 and 
					noted in their yard at South Wilmot that month.  By 1981 reduced to fuselage 
					only; last sighting January 1984.
				146437 (MSN 726-7156) to French Navy Oct 1958. Returned by French 
					Navy and to AMARC (1P347) Oct 26, 1973.  Sold to 
					Consolidated Aeronautics Corp, Tucson Jun 9, 1976 and noted in their yard at 
					South Wilmot that month. By 1981 reduced to fuselage only; last sighting January 1984
				146438 (MSN 726-7157) to French Navy Oct 1958.  To Royal Netherlands Navy as 
					218 Oct 25, 1965.  Parts at TU Delft and MLM, Netherlands.
					Nose at Kamp Zeist 2002.  nose section incl. cockpit to Military Aviation Museum (MLM), Soesterberg, NL, 2014: in storage 
					National Military Museum (NMM), Soesterberg, NL.
146439 			Sikorsky HRS-3 
				MSN 551153.  Delivered to US Navy Nov 29, 1957. To Spanish Navy in 1957 under MAP as Z.1-14.  W/o in 1964.
146440/146445		Martin P5M-2 Marlin
				Redesignated P-5B in 1962.
				146440 to French Navy (Aéronavale) delivered within the Mutual Defence Aid Pact. Arv. NAS Dakar May 08 1959, Sqd.27F, given 
					back to the USA on August 26th 1964 
				146441 to French Navy (Aéronavale) delivered within the Mutual Defence Aid Pact. Arv. NAS Dakar May 08 1959, Sqd.27F given 
					back to the USA on August 26th 1964 
				146442 to French Navy (Aéronavale) delivered within the Mutual Defence Aid Pact. Arv. NAS Dakar May 08 1959, Sqd.27F given 
					back to the USA on August 26th 1964 
				146443 to French Navy (Aéronavale) delivered within the Mutual Defence Aid Pact. Arv. NAS Dakar May 08 1959, Sqd.27F given 
					back to the USA on August 26th 1964 
				146444 to French Navy (Aéronavale) delivered within the Mutual Defence Aid Pact. Arv. NAS Dakar May 08 1959, Sqd.27F given 
					back to the USA on August 26th 1964 
				146445 to French Navy (Aéronavale) delivered within the Mutual Defence Aid Pact. Arv. NAS Dakar May 08 1959, Sqd.27F given 
					back to the USA on August 26th 1964 
146446/146447		Douglas A3D-2P Skywarrior 
				MSN 12398/12399. Photographic reconDispositions from www,forgottenjets.warbird resourcegroup.org.  Transfers to MASDC from 
					www.amarcexperience.comnaissance version.  Redesignated RA-3B in 1962.
				146446 (MSN 12398) 4/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.   VAP-61 as SS-900.   1966: VAP-61 as SS-901.
					1967: VAP-62 as GB-xx   Converted  to ERA-3B electronic aggressor aircraft. Sep 1972 with VAQ-33.  
					1979-83: VAQ-33 as GD-3.   1989-90: VAQ-33 as GD-103.  Bailed to Thunderbird Aviation as N161TB.  To
					Hughes when it acquired the assets of Thunderbird. 
					SOC Nov 15, 2000.  Placed in inactive storage at Tucson, AZ
				146447 (MSN 12399) 4/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy    Converted by NARF Alameda to ERA-3B 
					electronic aggressor aircraft Sep 1972.  VAQ-33 as GD-104.   1972-83: VAQ-33 as GD-4.
					1989: VAQ-33 as GD-101.  To AMARC as 2A0120 May 31, 1990.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  Seen at Davis-Monthan AMARC on 8/28/2017
146448/146459		Douglas A3D-2Q Skywarrior 
				MSN 12400/12411.  Redesignated EA-3B in 1962.  Dispositions from www,forgottenjets.warbird resourcegroup.org.  
					fers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				146448 (MSN 12400) Delivered to the United States Navy, January 1960.  Redesignated EA-3B in 1962..
					Assigned to VQ-2 as JQ-4.  Recoded as JQ-14, 1986.  Recoded as 014.  Recoded as 006
					Noted with VQ-2 Batmen at NS Rota, Spain Jul 13, 1989.
					To AMARC as 2A0131 Sep 25, 1991.  Moved to NSA National Cryptologic
					Museum, Fort Meade, MD June 2004 and painted as 144850.  On loan from National Naval Aviation Museum
				146449 (MSN 12401) Delivered to the United States Navy, January 1960.   Redesignated EA-3B in 1962.
					Assigned to VQ-1 as PR-9, 1964.  Transferred to VQ-2 as JQ-18.  Transferred to VQ-1 as PR-16, 1974.
					to MASDC as 2A0112 Apr 16, 1976.  To NARF Alameda, CA May 7 1986.  SOC at Alamena
				146450 (MSN 12402) Delivered to the United States Navy, February 1960.  Redesignated EA-3B in 1962.
					Assigned to VQ-1, 1960-1982.  Recoded as xx-615, 1965.  Recoded as PR-01, 1974.  Recoded as PR-07.
					Recoded as PR-7.  .(VQ-1) crashed into Indian Ocean due to control failure Aug 4, 1982 off USS Ranger CV-61
					Six crewmen killed.
				146451 (MSN 12403) Delivered to the United States Navy, February 1960.   Assigned to VQ-1 as PR-8.   Recoded as PR-002.
					Recoded as PR-2, 1968.  Recoded as PR-02, 1976.   Recoded as PR-002, 1983.  Recoded VQ-1 as NL-002, 1985.
					Transferred to VQ-2 as JQ-001, 1987-1990.  Stored 1990 at NAS Rota, Spain.  Stricken and used for 
					fire training 1990. Scrapped 2006
					at NAS Rota, Spain
				146452 (MSN 12404) Delivered to U.S. Navy, April 1960.  Assigned to VQ-1 as PR-03, 1974.
					Noted as PR-003, 1984-85.  Transferred to VQ-2 as JQ-002, 1989-1991.
					To MASDC as 2A0130 Sep 9, 1991. Departed Jan 11, 2005.  Scrapped
				146453 (MSN 12405) Delivered to the United States Navy, April 1960.  Assigned to VQ-2 as JQ-8.
					Coded as JQ-015, 1977-1981.  Recoded as JQ-003.
					Assigned to VQ-2.  To AMARC as 2A0126 Oct 24, 1990.  Still at AMARC 2008.  
					To Vintage Flying Museum, Fort Worth, Texas Nov 28, 2012.
				146454 (MSN 12406) (VQ-2) Delivered to the United States Navy, April 1960.  Redesignated EA-3B in 1962.
					Assigned to VQ-2 as JQ-6.  Recoded as JQ-16.  Recoded as JQ-016.  Recoded as JQ-004.
					While entering the Ramstein AFB landing pattern, the aircraft experienced an inboard slat 
					malfunction and became unstable. Backend crew bailed out; the pilot then gained control 
					of the A/C and landed safely Mar 16, 1968.
					Bailed to Hughes.  Flew with Raytheon as N574HA RAYCO 74.  Civilian
					registration later changed to N874RS.  Scrapped at Van Nuys, CA, September 2010
				146455 (MSN 12407) 4/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1972: VQ-2 as JQ-7.  1980-82: VQ-2 as JQ-017.
					VQ-2 as JQ-005.   Noted at NS Rota, Spaim Jul 13, 1989 
					To MASDC as 2A0129 Sep 9, 1991.  Still at AMARC 2008.  Departed May 18, 2012, to HVF West,
					Tucson, AZ and scrapped.
				146456 (MSN 12408) 5/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1961: VQ-1.
					(VQ-1) lost Jan 13, 1961 from NS Atsugi, Japan.  Lost, ground collision VQ 1   Normal ASR approach. 
					Crossed threshhold ~ 50 feet. Wave off was initiated. Left wing dropped followed by the nose 
					and A/C collided with the ground.  Four crewmen killed.
				146457 (MSN 12409) 5/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1966: VQ-1 as PR-5.  1968: VQ-1 as PR-5.
					VQ-1 as PR-005.  1985: VQ-1 as NF-005.  1987: VQ-2 as JQ-007.
					Withdrawn from service in 1990 and put on display at NAF Rota (Spain).  
					Transferred Jul 2010 to USS Yorktown museum at Charleston, SC, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.  
					Did not go to Mobile, AL for display.
				146458 (MSN 12410) 6/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1966: VQ-2 as JQ-9
					(VQ-2) missing Nov 3, 1966 USS Independence CVA-62.  Pilot reported departing marshall at 
					220deg from CVA 62 , FL 190 at 2023. No other radio contact was made. Aircraft apparently 
					collided with the water. CCA could not track the plane due to numerous radar targets in the area.  
					Six crewmen killed.
				146459 (MSN 12411) Delivered to the United States Navy, July 1960.  Redesignated EA-3B in 1962.
					Assigned to VQ-1 as PR-4, 1964-1966.  Recoded as PR-04, 1974.  Recoded as NH-004.
				Recoded as NG-004.  Recoded as NL-004.  Transferred to VQ-2.
					Damaged by failed catapult shot May 1987.  Repaired by Alameda.
					To MASDC.  Scrapped 1991
146460/146693		Douglas A4D-2N Skyhawk
				cancelled contract
146694/146708		North American A3J-1 Vigilante 
				MSN NA247-3/11.  Redesignated A-5A-5-NH in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				146703/146708 cancelled
				146695, 146696, 146698, 146701, 146702 converted to RA-5C and given new MSNs NA296-45/49
				146694 (MSN NA247-3) 2/1959: Delivered to the United States Navy.   1959: BAR R&D Columbus, OH.  1959-61: NATC.
					Flamed out and crashed 9 Jan 1963 near Columbus, OH
				146695 (MSN NA247-4) 4/1959: Delivered to the United States Navy.  9/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1966: RVAH-9.
					1966: RVAH-7.  1968: RVAH-3.  1968: RVAH-11.  1970: RVAH-3.  RVAH-1.
					Nov 12, 1973: Struck off charge at NAS Key West, FL
				146696 (MSN NA247-5) 1959: Used for ejection seat tests.  11/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1966-67: RVAH-7 as NG-102.
					1967: RVAH-12.  1967: RVAH-7.  1968: RVAH-12.  1968: RVAH-3.  1968-69: RVAH-1 as AC-605.
					1970: RVAH-13 as AJ-605.NAS Sanford, FL.  To MASDC as 4A0023 May 2, 1972.  To New Mexico 
					Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 13, 1978.
					Seen in desert outside Socorro, NM at New Mexico Tech facility for tests.
				146697 (MSN NA247-6) 8/1959: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1960-75: NATC
					Preserved at NAS Patuxent River, MD, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				146698 (MSN NA247-7) 9/1959: Delivered to the United States Navy.  NATC.    11/1966: Converted to RA-5C.
					1966: RVAH-5.  1967: RVAH-11.  1967: RVAH-5.  1968: RVAH-6.  1970: RVAH-14.
					1970: RVAH-13 as AJ-xxx.  1972-75: RVAH-3 as GJ-305.  7/1975: NATF Lakehurst, NJ.   Aug 1, 1975: Struck off charge.
					Was on display outside Naval Air Warfare Center, Lakehurst, NJ.  Early 1990s: Destroyed during 
					transit to new home a the Victory Air Museum, NJ. While being hauled beneath a helicopter, it started to gyrate and 
					the crew had to cut it loose
				146699  (MSN NA247-8) 10/1959: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1959: NATC.
					5/27/1964: Destroyed in a test at NEWF, Kirtland AFB, NM
				146700 (MSN NA247-9)  11/1959: Delivered to the United States Navy.
					1961: NATC.   Crashed Mar 17, 1961 over NAS Patuxent River, MD.  Pilot ejected safely.
				146701 (MSN NA247-10)  12/1959: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1/1967: Converted to RA-5C.
					1967: RVAH-9 as AC-901.  1967: RVAH-7.  1968: RVAH-3.  1968: RVAH-1.  1970: RVAH-13 as AJ-606.
					1971: RVAH-13 as AJ-6xx NAS Sanford, FL
					To MASDC as 4A0021 May 18, 1972.  Transferred to USAF inventory as AA0002 Apr 22, 1986.  
					To Tolicha Peak, NV as range target May 27, 1986.
				146702 (MSN NA247-11) 1/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  10/1965: Converted to RA-5C.
					1965: RVAH-9.  1968: RVAH-3.  1968: RVAH-1.  1970: RVAH-3.  1973: NATC.  1973-74: RVAH-9 as AG-901.
					1975: RVAH-13 as AG-603.  1975: RVAH-12.  1976: RVAH-7 as NH-xxx.  1977: RVAH-3.  8/1977: NARF Jacksonville, FL.
					Aug 3, 1979: Struck off charge at NAS Jacksonville, FL.   1980: Salvaged at NAS Jacksonville, FL.
146709/146816		McDonnell F3H-2 Demon
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				146709/146740 MSN 488/519.  Redesignated F-3B in 1962
				146741/146816 cancelled
				146709 (MSN 488) VF-141 as NK-201.  5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				146710 (MSN 489) 1961: VF-141 as NK-102   1963: VF-151.
					Apr 11, 1963: Damaged beyond repair in an accident at NAS North Island, CA.
				146711 (MSN 490) 1959-60: VF-101 as AD-xxx.  12/31/1963: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				146712 (MSN 491) 1960: VF-141.  10/27/1960: Written off.
				146713 (MSN 492) 1959: VF-101.  9/28/1959: Written off.
				146714 (MSN 493)  1959-60: VF-101 as AD-xxx.  1962: VF-31.  7/19/1962: Stalled and crashed in the Florida Panhandle.
				146715  (MSN 494) 1959-60: VF-101 as AD-147.  1962-63: VF-13 as AK-105.
					5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.
				146716 (MSN 495) 1959-60: VF-101 as AD-xxx.  1961: VF-41 as AG-107.  1963: VF-31 as AC-xxx.
					Destroyed Aug 15, 1963 when F-3B 143476 crashed on flight deck of USS Saratoga CVA-60 in
					Mediterranean Sea
				146717 (MSN 496) 1959: VF-141 as NK-213.  10/16/1963: Struck off charge at O&R NAS North Island, CA
				146718 (MSN 497) 1960: VF-141.  Jun 3, 1960: Written off
				146719 (MSN 498) 1961-62: VF-141 as NK-110.  VF-151 as NL-105.
					5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				146720 (MSN 499) 1961: VF-141.  Jul 12, 1961: Written off
				146721 (MSN 500) NAF China Lake, CA, for tests.  1960: VF-141 as NK-212.  1962: VF-151.
					4/28/1962: Ditched at sea after a loss of oil pressure
				146722 (MSN 501)  1960-61: VF-114 as NH-407.  VF-161 as AH-113
				146723 (MSN 502)  1960-61: VF-114 as NH-408.  VF-151 as NL-104.  5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				146724 (MSN 503)  1960: VF-141 as NK-2xx.  1961-62: VF-151 as NL-114
				146725 (MSN 504) 1960: VF-114.   Feb 9, 1960: Crashed
				146726 (MSN 505)  1960-61: VF-114 as NH-4xx
				146727 (MSN 506)  1960: VF-114.  10/20/1960: Written off
				146728 (MSN 507)  1963: VF-151 as NL-x11
				146729 (MSN 508)  5/21/1965: Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ
				146730 (MSN 509)  1960: VF-114.  Aug 2, 1960: Written off
				146731 (MSN 510) 1960: VF-114 as NH-4xx.  2/26/1960: Flamed out and ditched into the sea after a bad catapult shot
				146732 (MSN 511) 1960-61: VF-114 as NH-409.  1961-62: VF-92 as NG-2xx.
					1963: VF-161 as AH-xxx. Or NL-xxx?  Jul 12, 1963: Crashed while landing on USS Coral Sea. Pilot was killed.
				146733(MSN 512)  1962-63: VF-213 as NP-304.  W/o 5 Feb 1963 southern California.
				146734 (MSN 513) 1961: VF-151 as NL-103
				146735 (MSN 514) 1963: VF-151 as NL-101
				146736 (MSN 515) NMC as 736
				146737 (MSN 516) 1960-61: VF-114 as NH-4xx.  1961: VF-213 as NP-305.1962: VF-213.  3/14/1962: Written off
				146738 (MSN 517) 1961-62: VF-92 as NG-213
				146739 (MSN 518) 1960-61: VF-114 as NH-402.
					Served as modex 308 with VF-213 "Black Lions" at NAS Mirimar ca Sep 1962
				146740 (MSN 519) 4/1960: Delivered to the US Navy.   VF-114 as NH-412.  1963: VF-213 as NP-302
				146741/146816 cancelled
146817/146821		McDonnell F4H-1F Phantom 
				Later redesignated F-4A-3-MC
				146817 (MSN 19) 1960-61: MAC.  NATC.
					SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, NC.  Assigned as ground trainer at NATTC Memphis, TN.
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				146818 (MSN 20) 1960: NATC.  SOC at NAS Lakehurst, NJ Jun 18, 1970
				146819 (MSN 21) 1960-64: NATC.   Crashed near Pocomoke City, Maryland Jul 5, 1964.
				146820 (MSN 22) 1960: NMC.  NATC.   1961-63: VX-4 as XF-1 and XF-3.  1970: NWEF.
					W/o in engine fire at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico May 23, 1970.  Preserved at Kirtland AFB, NM
				146821 (MSN 23) 1961: NMC.  1963: NATC.  Crashed into Atlantic Ocean near Atlantic City, NJ on flight off USS Kitty Hawk Feb 16, 1963
146822/146905		Vought F8U-1P Crusader 
				Redesignated RF-8A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				146822 (VMCJ-2) crashed at MCAS Cherry Point, NC Mar 28, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				146823 (VFP-63 attached to USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63)) shot down by AAA over Plain Of Jars, Laos Jun 6, 1964.  
					Pilot ejected, but rescue attempt failed and he was captured by Pathet Lao Troups.  
					Escaped Aug 30, 1964 with 2 Laotian prisoners.  Rescued by Air America
					Aug 31, 1964.  The two Laotioan prisoners were recaptured and executed.  This was the first
					jet aircrat lost during the Vietnam War.
				146824 (VFP-62) following landing that caused the aircraft to depart the runway, struck the GCA operations
					trainer Dec 5, 1960.  There were no injuries.
				146825 (VFP-63 as PP-918 Det G attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) shot down by ground fire over 
					Hau Loc, Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam.  Pilot KIA
				146826 (VFP-63 Det D attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) damaged by ground fire over Hau Loc, 
					Than Hoa Province, North Vietnam Sep 7, 1965.  Ditched into Gulf of Tonkin
					Pilot MIA.
				146827 VCP-61 as PP-947.  1958: VFP-63 as PP-918.  1966: VFP-63 as PP-916.  1967-68: VFP-63 as AJ-910.
					Upgraded to RF-8G.  1968: VFP-63 as PP-906.  1972: VMJ-4 as MJ-43.  1974: VFP-63 as NL-651.
					1974: VFP-63 as NM-644.  1975: VFP-63 as NM-664.  1975-76: VFP-63 as AC-602.  1976-77: VFP-63 as NG-610.
					Destroyed Nov 20, 1977 by accidental fire at NAS Miramar, CA while being defuelled after 
					1977 Constellation cruise.
				146828 1958: VFP-63 as PP-919.  1961: VFP-63 as PP-9xx.  1962: VFP-63 as PP-919.  1964: VFP-63 as NE-967.
					1965: VFP-63 as PP-919
					(VFP-63 Det G attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) shot down by AAA N of Vinh, Nghe An Province, 
					North Vietnam Aug 29, 1965.  Pilot KIA
				146829 (VFP-62) crashed Nov 7, 1962.   Pilot ejected.
				146830 (VFP-63 Det L attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) shot down by ground fire 15 mi SW of Lang Son Province, 
					North Vietnam Jun 21, 1966.   Pilot ejected and became POW.
				146831 1961-62: VCP-63 as PP-923   1963: VFP-63 as PP-923.  VFP-63 as PP-921.  1966: VFP-63 as PP-9xx
					(VFP-63 Det L attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) shot down by ground fire over Vinh, Nghe An Province, 
					North Vietnam May 5, 1966.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				146832 1961: VCP-63 as PP-920   1962: VFP-63 as PP-920.  1963: VFP-63.
					6/13/1963: Crashed  due to mechanical failure. Pilot was killed
				146833 (attached to VMCJ-2 at MCAS Cherry Point, NC) crashed May 3, 1965
				146834 1958: VFP-62 as AG-902.  VFP-62 as AK-902.  1962: VFP-62.  1963: VFP-62 as GA-902.  1963: VFP-62 as AJ-902
					VFP-62 USS Forrestal CV-59 while landing at NAS Oceana, VA, arresting cable parted ripping the tailhook off the 
					aircraft and damaging the right landing gear.  Unable to land safely, pilot ejected over sea off
					Virginia coast Nov 13, 1963. 
				146835 1962-63: VFP-63 as PP-922.  VFP-63 as PP-918.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1969-70: VFP-63 as NL-6xx.
					1973: VFP-63 as NL-xxx.  1975: VFP-63 as AC-653.  1976: VFP-63 as AE-653.  1976: VFP-63 as PP-611.
					1978: VFP-63 as AB-622.  1982: VFP-63 as PP-647 NAS Miramar, CA.  
					To MASDC as 2F0426 May 6, 1982.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Aug 13, 2002.  Scrapped
				146836 1964: Struck off charge
				146837 (VTF-64) crashed into sea off USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) Oct 25, 1962.
				146838 1960-61: VMCJ-1 as RM-11.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  VMCJ-1 as RM-11.  VFP-63 as AH-601 NAS Miramar, CA
					To MASDC as 2F229 Apr 7, 1971.  To Vought Corp Dallas, TX Mar 30, 1978.  Returned to service.
					To MASDC as 2F0418 from VFP-63 NAS Miramar, CA Dec 17, 1981.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Aug 13, 2002.
					Scrapped
				146839 1961: VFP-62 as AB-915.  Crashed in Mediterranean Sea after bad catapult launch from 
					USS Franklin D Roosevelt CVA-48 May 22, 1961.  Pilot killed.
				146840 (VFP-62) crashed at sea off USS Franklin D Roosevelt CVA-48 Nov 13, 1959
				146841 (VFP-63) crashed at sea off USS Hancock CVA-19 Mar 25, 1960.  Pilot ejected
				146842 (VFP-62) crashed at sea off USS Franklin D Roosevelt CVA-48  Jul 16, 1960.
				146843 (VFP-63 Det B attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) damaged by AAA over NVN Apr 19, 1966.  
					Plane was able to fly out to sea, pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy SH-3A helicopter.
				146844 VMCJ-2 as CY-6.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1969: VFP-63 as NM-6xx.
					(VFP-63 Det 34 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) engine flamed out and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin 
					May 24, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				146845 1959-60: VMCJ-3.  VAP-61 as SS-913.  1961: VFP-61 as SS-913.  VCP-63 as PP-923.  1962-63: VFP-63 as PP-913.
					Upgraded to RF-8G.  1965: VFP-63 as NP-603.  1970-71: VFP-63 as NP-603.  1976: VFP-63 as NL-652.
					1978: VFP-306 as ND-605.  1981: VFP-306 as ND-604 Andrews AFB, MD.  
					To MASDC as 2F0433 Sep 25, 1984.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
					To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Feb 27, 2020.  Scrapped.
				146846 Upgraded to RF-8G.  VFP-63 as PP-900.  1970: VFP-63 as AJ-601.  1972: VFP-63 as AE-xxx.
					2/20/1972: Written off after a bad launch from a carrier
				146847 converted to RF-8C.  Assigned to VFP-63.  Hit by ground fire Mar 4, 1964 while attempting to 
					photograph a foreign tanker in Haiphong Harbor.
				146848 1959-60: VMCJ-3.  1967: VFP-63 as PP-916.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1969: VFP-63 as AH-602.
					1973-74: VFP-63 as AE-602.  1974: VFP-63 as AE-623.  VFP-63 as NF-602.  1976: VFP-63.
					Aug 12, 1976: Crashed 
				146849 1959-60: VMCJ-3.  VMCJ-3 as TN-22.  1965: VFP-63 as PP-9xx
					(VFP-63 Det D attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) hit by ground fire over Ninh Binh, NVN Aug 13, 1965.  
					Unable to return to carrier, pilot ejected over water and was rescued by destroyer
				146850 (VFP-63) crashed near NAS Miramar Nov 30, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
				146851 (VAP-61) damaged when making a barrier landing on USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14) Sep 11, 1961.  
				146852 1961: VFP-61 as SS-915.  VMCJ-1 as RM-12.  1965: VFP-63. 1965: VMCJ-1.
					(VFP-63 Det E attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) shot down by ground fire Jun 1, 1965 near 
					Ham Rong, Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam.  Pilot KIA
				146853 (VFP-63) crashed near NAS Miramar, CA Oct 30 1959.  Plane went into a spin, pilot ejected but chute did
					not deploy and pilot was killed
				146854 VFP-63 as NE-966.  1964: VFP-63.  Aug 4, 1964: Crashed near NAS Miramar, CA
				146855 1960: VCP-63 as PP-929.  VFP-63 as PP-908.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1977-78: VFP-63 as PP-646.
					1978: VFP-63 as NH-617.  1982: VFP-306 as ND-604.  1982: VFP-306 as xx-602. VFP-306 as ND-609.  1985: VFP-206 as AF-606.
					(VFP-206) crashed into parking lot at Sorento Valley, CA Mar 11, 1985 following
					engine failure after takeoff from NAS Miramar
				146856 Assigned to the VMCJ-3, 1959-1960.  Transferred to VMCJ-3 as TN-15.  Transferred to VFP-63 as NL-612.
					Upgraded to RF-8G.  Transferred to VFP-63 as NM-601, 1969. Recoded as PP-909, 1970.
					Recoded as NF-601, 1971.  Recoded as NL-601, 1972-1973.\ Recoded as NL-621, 1974-1975.
					Recoded as AC-603, 1975.  Recoded as AC-601, 1976.
				146857 (VFP-63) crashed at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines Apr 2, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				146858 Delivered to the United States Navy as Bu. 146858.  Assigned to VMCJ-3, 1959-1965.
					Recoded as TN-23, 1965.  Transferred to VC-7, 1967.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  Transferred to VFP-63, 1970-1982.
					Coded as as AE-601, 1970  Recoded as NP-607, 1972.  Recoded as NP-611, 1973.
					Recoded as NP-605, 1973.  Recoded as NP-602, 1975.  Recoded as PP-665, 1976.
					Recoded as NG-612, 1976.  Recoded as PP-644, 1982.
					Was on display at El Toro MCAS, CA.  Now in storage
					at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA.
				146859 VFP-61.  1961: VFP-63.  (VFP-63) crashed Dec 13, 1961.
				146860 9/30/59: TOS USN as F8U-1P. Assigned to Marine Composite Reconnaissance Squadron 3 (VMCJ-3), 
					MCAS El Toro, CA.
					7/6/62: Redesignated RF-8A.
					By 4/64: Marine Composite Reconnaissance Squadron 1 (VMCJ-1), MCAS Iwakuni, Japan.
					4/64 to 4/65:Deployed aboard USS Ticonderoga and flew combat missions over Vietnam.
					1965: Marine Composite Reconnaissance Squadron 3 (VMCJ-3), MCAS El Toro, CA..
					1967: Fleet Composite Squadron 7 (VC-7), NAS Miramar, CA.
					4/71: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ for storage.
					7/72: Removed from storage and converted to RF-8G.
					1972: Light Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron 206 (VFP-206), Carrier Air Reserve Wing 
						Twenty (CVWR-20), Washington NAF, MD.
					10/18/86: Last carrier landing aboard CV-66 USS America off the Virginia coast.
					To AMARC April 1971. Taken from storage July 1972 and rebuilt as RF-8G. 
					Served until Mar 30, 1987 when flown to NASM facility at Washington Dulles IAP.  Last operational 
						F-8 in the Navy.  SOC Mar 30, 1987.
					Reported summer 2008 at NASM, Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, VA
				146861 1960-61: VMCJ-1 as RM-16.  1963: VFP-63 as PP-921.  1964-65: VFP-63 as PP-903   Upgraded to RF-8G.
					1971: VFP-63 as PP-900.  1972: VFP-63 as NP-600
					(VFP-63 Det 1 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) collided with F-8J 150299 over Gulf of Tonkin 
					while getting ready to refuel from a tanker Sep 5, 1972.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by helicopter.
				146862 1959-60: VFP-62 as AJ-909.   1962: VFP-62 as GA-925.  1962: VFP-62 as AG-909.
					1963: VFP-62 as AG-910.  Crashed 26 Mar 1963 near Mayport, FL.   Pilot ok
				146863 1962: VMCJ-2 as CY-11.  1964-65: VMCJ-2 as CY-11.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1967-68: VFP-63 as AH-603.
					1971: VFP-63 as NF-602.  1975: VFP-63 as PP-632.  1975: VFP-63 as AC-600.  1976-77: VFP-63 as AB-601.
					1979: VFP-63 as NL-611.  1980: VFP-63 as PP-646.
					To MASDC as 2F0416 Dec 15, 1980.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Aug 13, 2002.  Scrapped
				146864 1959-60: VFP-62 as AJ-921.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1967: VFP-62.
					Crashed near Jacksonville Beach, FL Sep 27, 1967 after
					collision with SP-2H Neptune BuNo 147946.  Pilot killed.
				146865 Assigned to VFP-63 as PP-902, 1961.  Recoded as PP-902, 1964-1965.  Upgraded to RF-8G.
					Recoded as PP-9xx, 1970.  Recoded as PP-900, 1972.  Recoded as VFP-63 as AC-601 Recoded as NL-601, 1976.
					Recoded as NG-611, 1977.  Recoded as NL-612, 1979.  Transferred to VFP-306. Andrews AFB, MD
					To MASDC as 2F0421 Feb 22, 1982. To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Aug 13, 2002.  Scrapped
				146866 1960-61: VMCJ-1.  1964: VMCJ-1 as RM-17.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1966-67: VFP-63 as AK-402.
					VFP-63 as PP-909.  1970: VFP-63 as NF-xxx.
					7/31/1970: Crashed near Clark AB, Philippines due to mechanical failure.
				146867 1964: Struck off charge
				146868 (VFP-62) crashed at sea off USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CV-42) Aug 4, 1960.   Pilot ejected
				146869 1960-62: VFP-62 as AF-925.  1964: VFP-62.  
					Lost control and crashed 19 Feb 1964 in Mediterranean Sea off USS Saratoga CV-60.     Pilot was killed
				146870 1959-60: VMCJ-3.  VMCJ-3 as TN-10.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1966: VFP-63 as PP-89x.
					Aug 3, 1966: Ditched into the sea off Hawaii.
				146871 1960: VFP-62 as AF-926.  1960-62: VFP-62 as AC-926.  1962: VFP-62 as GA-910.  1963: VFP-62 as AC-9xx.
					Upgraded to RF-8G.  To MASDC as 2F285 Jan 18, 1974.  To NARF North Island, CA Dec 5, 1975.  Returned to service.
					1976: VFP-63 as NL-612.  1976: VFP-63 as PP-xxx.
					Dec 2, 1976: Crashed after a bad catapult shot due to a mechanical failure
				146872 (VFP-62 as AF-927) crashed at sea off USS Saratoga CV-60 Oct 6, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
				146873 1961-62: VFP-63 as PP-909.   Upgraded to RF-8G.  1966: VFP-63 as AH-601.
					1966: VFP-63 as PP-905.  1968: VFP-63 as NF-603.  1972: VFP-63 as NF-6xx.
					(VFP-63 Det 3 attached to USS Midway (CVA-41)) shot down by ground fire 10 mi S of Nghia Hung, Nghe An 
					Province, North Vietnam Jul 22, 1972.  Pilot ejected and POW.
				146874 (VFP-63 Det G attached to USS Oriskany CVA-34)) shot down by AAA over Haiphong Harbor, NVN 
					Aug 31, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was picked up by Navy helicopter while under enemy fire.
				146875 (VMCJ-3) crashed at MCAS El Toro Apr 13, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				146876 1963: VFP-63 as PP-910.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1968: VFP-63 as NF-601.  1969: VFP-63 as NF-600.
					1972: VFP-63 as PP-901.  1974: VFP-63 as NP-611.  1974-75: VFP-63 as NL-651.
					VFP-63 as NP-606. VFP-63 as PP-910.  1976: VFP-63 as PP-610.
					Crashed at NAS Miramar, CA  Jun 1, 1976 due to engine failure
				146877 1961: VFP-63 as PP-911.  VFP-63 as PP-915.  1963: VFP-63.
					W/o 27 Mar 1963     Location ?
				146878 VFP-63 as PP-909.  1965: VFP-63.  6/22/1965: Crashed near NAF El Centro, CA
				146879 1960-61: VMCJ-1 as RM-16.  1964: VFP-63 as PP-xxx.  1964: VMCJ-1.
					(VFP-63 attached to USS Constellation (CVA-64)) collided in midair with A-4C (149570) of VA-146 
					over South China Sea off Lap An NW of Da Nang, SVN Nov 13, 1964.  Pilot of RF-8A killed, pilot 
					of A-4C ejected and was rescued.
				146880 1961-62: VFP-63 as PP-929.  1963: VFP-63 as PP-xxx.	
					6/14/1963: Crashed while landing on USS Hancock CV-19 near Hawaii
				146881 1960-61: VMCJ-1.  1965: VFP-63 as PP-9xx  (VFP-63 Det A attached to USS Midway (CVA-41)) damaged
					by ground fire over North Vietnam Jun 1, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by UH-16.
				146882 1958: VFP-63 as PP-915.  1967-68: NATC.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1971: VFP-306 as ND-603.
					1975: VFP-306 as ND-603.  1977: VFP-306 as ND-603.  1979: VFP-306 as ND-603.
					1985-87: VFP-206 as AF-602 Andrews AFB, MD  To AMARC as 2F0437 Mar 27, 1987.  
					To Western International, Tucsom, AZ for Vought Aircraft Ind, Dallas, TX Sep 28, 2001 
					On display At Frontiers of Flight Museum, Love Field, Dallas, TX in 2008, on loan
					from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				146883 1962: VFP-62 as AG-904.  1963-64: VFP-62 as AE-904.  1967: VFP-62 as AJ-904  Upgraded to RF-8G.
					1969: VMJ-4 as 5K-19.  VFP-63 as NM-604.  1975-76: VFP-63 as NM-611.  1976: VFP-63 as PP-661.
					VFP-63 as NG-612.  1977: VFP-63.   Destroyed Nov 20, 1977 by accidental fire at NAS Miramar, CA 
					while being defueled  after 1977 Constellation cruise.
				146884 (VMCJ-1) suffered undercarriage malfunction on takeoff from Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Aug 22, 1965.  Pilot 
					ejected and was rescued.
				146885 (VCP-63) DBR Apr 22, 1960 NAS Oceana, VA
				146886 VFP-62 as AB-904.  1962: VFP-62 as AG-906.  1964-65: VMCJ-2.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  1968: VFP-63 as NF-602
					(VFP-63 Det 31 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) shot down by ground fireover Vinh, Nghe An 
					Province, North Vietnam May 22, 1968.  Pilot ejected and POW.
				146887 (VFP-62 as AK-907) crashed at sea Feb 16, 1962 off USS Enterprise CVN-65.  Pilot ejected.
				146888 VMCJ-1 as RM-15.  Crashed near NAS Cubi Point in the Philippines 30th December 1964
				146889 VFP-62 as AK-909.  1960: VFP-62 as AK-908.  VFP-62 as AK-907.  1963: VFP-62 as AJ-908.
					1963: VFP-62 as AE-908.  1964: VFP-62.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  VFP-63 as PP-900.  
					To MASDC as 2F283 Jan 17, 1974.  To NARF North Island, CA Se 28, 1976.  Returned to service.
					1977: VFP-63 as PP-642 NAS Miramar, CA  Back to MASDC as 2F0431 May 25, 1982.  
					To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Aug 13, 2002.  Scrapped
				146890 VAP-61 as SS-917.  1961: VFP-61 as SS-917.  1962-63: VFP-63 as PP-926.  1963-65: VFP-63 as NE-965.
					Upgraded to RF-8G.  1973: VFP-63 as NF-601.  1974: VFP-63 as AE-622.  1975: VFP-63 as AE-600.
					1975: VFP-63 as PP-622.   1976: VFP-63 as PP-654.  1976: VFP-63 as PP-684.
					12/23/1976: Crashed into Burnt Peak in the Sawmill Mountains, CA. Pilot was killed
				146891 VMCJ-1 Golden Hawks  Returning on routine flight from Kadena AB, Okinawa Prefecture, to Atsugi AB,
					 Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan crashed in shopping area at Choume, Hara Machida, Machida City, 20 miles southwest 
					of Tokyo Apr 12, 1964  Four civilians killed. 32 wounded. 27 houses destroyed or damaged.  
				146892 1963-64: VFP-63 as PP-925.  1966: VMCJ-1 as RM-10.  VFP-62.  VFP-63 as NP-612.  Upgraded to RF-8G.
					VFP-63 as NP-604.  VFP-63 as PP-901.  1970: VFP-63 as AE-602.  1971: VFP-63 as NM-602.
					1974: VFP-63 as NP-613.  1976: VFP-63.  7/15/1976: Crashed near Los Angeles, CA.
				146893 Upgraded to RF-8G.  VMCJ-2.  1964: Struck off charge
				146894 1962-63: VFP-62 as AE-905.  4/16/1963: Fell off the deck and lost at sea off USS Enterprise CVN-65
				146895 Assigned to VFP-62 as AJ-915, 1962-1963.  Recoded as as GA-901, 1967.  Recoded as AJ-915, 1967.
					Transferred to VFP-63 as AJ-602, 1968.  Transferred to VFP-62 as AJ-915, 1969.  Upgraded to RF-8G.
					Transferred to VFP-63 as NM-641, 1975.  Recoded as AC-600, 1975.  Recoded as AC-601, 1975.
					Recoded as NL-610, 1976-1977.  Crashed near Prescott, AZ, May 18, 1977
				146896 (assigned to VMCJ-1 flying from NAS Cubi Point, Philippines) crashed Mar 5, 1962
					in Borneo on a flight from NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. Pilot was killed.
				146897 (MSN 724) Assigned to VMCJ-3, 1959-1960.  Transferred to VFP-63 as NM-600.
					Transferred to VMCJ-3 as TN-26.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  Recoded as AH-603, 1966.
					Recoded as NM-600, 1967.  Recoded as NF-6xx, 1971.  Recoded as NF-603, 1973-1974.
					Recoded as PP-621, 1975.  Recoded as AE-710, 1977.
					Noted aboard USS America CV-66 coded AE-710 with VFP-63 Detachment 5 in 1978.  Transferred to VFP-63 as NF-633.
					Recoded as VFP-63 as NM-603.  Recoded as VFP-63 as PP-928.   Recoded as AE-6xx, 1981
					Crashed at sea due to mechanical failure, June 9, 1981
				146898 2/26/60: TOS USN.
					3/4/60: Composite Photographic Squadron Sixty-Three (VCP-63), NAS Miramar, CA.
					3/4/61: Unit redesignated as Light Photographic Squadron 63 (VFP-63)
					7/6/62: Redesignated RF-8A.
					9/25/66: Fighter Photo Reconnaissance Squadron 62 (VFP-62), NAS Cecil Field, FL.
					6/28/68: VFP-63, NAS Miramar, CA
					6/27/69: Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment, NAS Olathe, KS.
					6/18/70: MARTD, NAS Dallas, TX.
					Ca.1973: Converted to RF-8G.
					1/5/74: Light Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron 306 (VFP-306), NAF Washington, DC.
					12/9/75: VFP-63, NAS Miramar, CA.
					6/15/76: VFP-306, NAF Washington, DC.
					11/9/84: SOC.
					By 1990: National Museum of Naval Aviation, NAS Pensacola, FL.
					11/93: USS Battleship Alabama Memorial Park, Mobile, AL.
					8/29/05: Damaged by Hurricane Katrina.
					In 2008 was at OV-10 Bronco Association at Meacham Field, obtained
						from USS Alabama Museum.
					2/09: Fort Worth Aviation Museum, Fort Worth Meacham Airport, Dallas-Fort Worth, TX.
				146899 VFP-63 as PP-936.  1962: VFP-63 as PP-900.  Upgraded to RF-8G.  VFP-63 as PP-904.
					1964-65: VFP-63 as PP-920.  1966: VFP-63 as PP-986.
					(VFP-63 Det A attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) shot down by ground fire 
					near Dau Cat Ba Island, North Vietnam Oct 8, 1966.  
					Pilot ejected south of Dau Cat Ba and was rescued by helicopter.
				146900 (VFP-63)  Crashed at NAS Miramar, CA Nov 21, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
				146901 (MSN 735) 1960-61: VFP-63 as PP-9xx.  VFP-63 as PP-911.  1964-65: VFP-63 as PP-905.
					Upgraded to RF-8G.  1967-68: VFP-3 as NM-6xx.  1969: VFP-63 as NP-602.  1973-74: VFP-63 as AE-601.
					1976: VFP-63 as AE-710.  VFP-63 as PP-641.  VFP-63 as AJ-603.  
					To MASDC as FC037 transferred from US Navy inventory, ex PCN 2F415 2F415.  
					To Smoky Hill KS Mar10, 1990 as range target.
				146902/146905 were cancelled
146906/147034		Vought F8U-2 Crusader 
				Redesignated F-8C in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				146906 (VF-103) crashed near NAS Leeward Point, FL Mar 8, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				146907 1959-60: VF-142 as NK-110.  1967: VF-111 as AH-102
					(VF-111 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) hit by ground fire over North Vietnam Dec 5, 1967.  Pilot ejected 
					25 mi off coast from Vinh and was rescued by helicopter.
				146908 (MSN 595) 1960: VF-142 as NK-112.  1965: VF-124.  VF-194 as NM-403.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					1971: VMF-321 as 5A-1.  1972: VMF-321 as MG-12. NAS Andrews, MD
					To MASDC as 2F280 Dec 26, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 9, 1985
					Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert 
					near Socorro, NM
				146909 (MSN 597)  1960: VF-103 as AJ-204.  1963: VF-103 as AJ-204.  VU-4.  Upgraded to F-8K.   1972-74: VC-10.
					To MASDC as 2F260 from VF-302 NAS Miramar, CA Sep 21, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of 
					Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 9, 1985.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert 
					near Socorro, NM
				146910 (MSN 599) 1966: VC-5 as UE-18.  1967: VF-111 as AH-16.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1973: VMF-351 as MC-4.
					To MASDC as 2F325 from MARTD Atlanta, GA Oct 24, 1975.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and 
					Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 9, 1985.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				146911 (MSN 600) VMF-333.  1963-64: VF-24 as NE-461.  1964-65: VF-24 as NP-445.  1965: VF-124.
					1967: VC-5 as UE-00.  1967: VC-5 as UE-17.  1968: VF-111 as AK-104.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					VC-10. NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
					To MASDC as 2F320 Oct 9, 1975.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 8, 1985.
					Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert 
					near Socorro, NM
				146912 (VMF-323) crashed at MCAS El Toro Sep 20, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
				146913 1960: VF-142 as NK-106.  1963: VMF-334 as WU-23.  1965: VMF-334 as WU-19.  1965: VMF-334 as WU-10.
					12/30/1965: Written off
				146914 (VMF-334) crashed near Yuma, AZ Dec 4, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				146915 1964: VF-124.   1965: VU-7.   1967: VF-24 as NP-449.
					(VF-24 as NP-449 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) shot down by AAA near Hon Gay City. Quang Ninh 
					Province, North Vietnam Apr 24, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was captured.  Subsequently died of injuries.
				146916 1964: VMF-334 as WU-3.  1967: VF-111 as AH-xxx.  1968: VF-124.
					Upgraded to F-8K.  Dec 4, 1974: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				146917 Upgraded to F-8K.  7/17/1974: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA.
				146918 1967: VC-2 as JE-3.  Upgraded to F-8K.  VMF-321 as 5A-6.  1972: VMF-321 as MG-6 NAS Andrews, MD  
					To MASDC as 2F277 Dec 11, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 9, 1985.  
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				146919 Assigned to VF-24 as NE-107.  Recoded as NE-460, 1963-1964.  Recoded as NE-450, 1966.
					(VF-24 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19) shot down by ground fire near Bai Thuong, Thanh Hoa Province, 
					North Vietnam Apr 3, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				146920 VMF-334 as WU-8.  VMF-334 as WU-9.  1968: VF-124.  Aug 4, 1968: Crashed near Yuma, AZ
				146921 1959: VMF-232 as WT-5   1960: VMF-451 as VM-2.
					(VMF-451) crashed Jan 27, 1960 MCAS El Toro, CA
				146922 1960: VF-142 as NK-114.  VF-142 as NK-101.  VMF-333.
					1961: VMF-323(VMF-323) crashed in sea off NAS Kaneohe, Hawaii Nov 15, 1961 due to engine
					failure.  Pilot ejected. 
				146923 (VF-103) crashed on flight deck of USS Forrestal CV-59 due to faulty nose gear Apr 26, 1960
				146924 1960: VF-142 as NK-107.  1962: VMF-251 as AK-xxx.
					Landed safely on USS Shangri-la (CV-38) but while taxiing, skidded and plane went over edge May 3, 1962.  
					Pilot killed.
				146925 1964: VMF-334 as WU-1.  Apr 7, 1965: Crashed near MCAS Yuma, AZ
				146926 VF-91 as NG-107.  VMF-333.  1961: VF-91 as NG-1xx
					(VF-194) crashed at NAS Atsugi, Japan Nov 2, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
				146927 (VF-142) crashed Jan 30, 1961
				146928 1963: VF-91 as NG-1xx.  W/o 18 Feb 1963    Location ?
				146929 (VF-111) damaged by ground fire over North Vietnam Sep 8, 1967.  Pilot made it to Gulf of Tonkin 
					and pilot ejected and was rescued by helicopter.
				146930 1959-60: VF-103 as AJ-208.  1963: VF-124.  Crashed near NAS Miramar, CA Jun 11, 1963 
				146931 1960: VF-124 as NJ-400.    1965: VU-7.  1966: VC-7 as UH-23.  1967: VF-111 as AH-1xx.  1968: VF-124.
					Upgraded to F-8K.  1972: VMF-321 as MG-19.  7/17/1974: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA.
					Was preserved at the USS Hornet Museum, CA?
					Noted Oct 2004 at Estrella Warbirds Museum, Paso Robles, CA on loan from NMNA
				146932 1959-61: VF-103 as AJ-201.  VF-103 as AJ-212.  1966: VC-2 as JE-1.
					Feb 9, 1966: Crashed into Back Bay/Virginia Beach, VA
				146933 VF-13.   1961: VF-103 as AJ-200.  1965: VU-4 as JF-2.  1967: VC-4 as JF-16.
					1967-68: VF-13 as AJ-112.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1972: VMF-351.
					VMF-351 MARTD out of Atlanta crashed 2 miles from Walthall, Mississippi, USA 4th March 1973  
				146934 (VF-84 as AG-206) crashed at sea off USS Independence CV-62 Aug 14, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				146936 1964: VF-194 as NM-406.  VMF-334 as WU-8.  VC-4 as JF-4.  VF-24.  1968: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					1971: VMF-351 as 5B-9.  1974: VMF-351 as MC-9.
					To MASDC as 2F326 from MARTD Atlanta, GA Oct 27, 1975.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and 
					Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 8, 1985.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				146937 1963-64: VMF-333.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1971: MARTD Dallas, TX.  Feb 1, 1971: Crashed near MCAS El Toro, CA. 
				146938 1959: VMF-232 as WT-2.  1967: VF-111 as AH-114.
					(VF-111 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) shot down by groundfire 10 mi W of Phat Diem Than Ho Province, 
					North Vietnam Oct 5, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				146939 1961: VMF-451 as VM-6.  1968: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1/21/1976: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA
					On display on USS Yorktown at Patriots Point, Mt Pleasant, SC, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum
				146940 (VMF-333 as DN-16) crashed into sea of NAS Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico Dec 26, 1962.
				146941 (MSN 651) 1961-63: VMF-333 as DN-2.  1968: VF-124.  VMF-511.  1970: VC-4 as JF-1.
					1973: VMF-351 as MC-4.  1972: Naval Test Pilot School, NAS Patuxent River, MD.    To MASDC as 2F288 Feb 28, 1974.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 7, 1985.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				146942 1961-64: VMF-333 as DN-4.  VF-174.  1968: VF-13 as AJ-104.
					9/17/1968: Caught fire and crashed on take-off from NAS Cecil Field, FL
				146943 1961: VMF-333.  Feb 5, 1963: Struck off charge at NAS Norfolk, VA.
				146944 1962-63: VF-103 as AJ-205.  Upgraded to F-8K.  (VMF-351) "14"   SOC at NARF North Island, CA Jul 17, 1974
				146945 VMF-333 as DN-6.  1963: VF-174 as AD-214.  VF-13.  1968: VF-124
					(VF-124) crashed 22 mi from Imperial Vortac, CA Sep 24 (17?), 1968.  Pilot ejected.
				146946 VF-302 as ND-202. 1962: VF-174.   (VMF-174) crashed Jul 10, 1962.  Pilot ejected but was killed on impact.
				146947 1967: VF-111 as AH-111.  Upgraded to F-8K.  NATC as 947.  1971: Naval Test Pilot School.
					6/22/1971: Struck off charge at NAS Patuxent River, MD
				146948 (MSN 663) 1963: VF-84 as AG-208.  VMF-351.  1968: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8K.  
					To MASDC as 2F331 from MARTD Atlanta, GA Oct 30, 1975.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and 
					Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 9, 1985.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				146949 (VMF-334) crashed at MCAS El Toro Oct 17, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
				146950 VMF-334 El Toro MCAS, California Hand stopped over at Barksdale. Canopy was fired but aircraft impacted ground  
					on the J.A. Morgan plantation 15 miles north of Minden before ejection 5th April 1964
				146951 1968: VF-111 as AK-106.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1970: VF-202.
					Sep 9, 1970: Crashed near Turkey, TX in bad weather. Pilot was killed
				146952 (MSN 670) 1968: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8K.  VMF-321 as MG-4.  1973: VMF-351 as MC-6.
					To MASDC as 2F321 from MARTD Atlanta, GA Oct 16, 1975.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and 
					Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 8, 1985.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				146953 Upgraded to F-8K   1972: VMF-321.  VMFA-321 NAF Washington DC Marine Reserves  crashed 7 miles 
					from NAS Cecil Field, FL 3rd March 1972
				146954 (VMF-451) crashed after engine failed just west of El Centro, CA Feb 5, 1960 and pilot ejected.
				146955 Upgraded to F-8K.  VF-111.  2/1969: Struck off charge
				146956 1960-61: VF-84 as AG-203.  1963-64: VMF-333 as DN-22.  VF-62 as AJ-202. Upgraded to F-8K.  1970: VC-5.
					Apr 11, 1970: Crashed into Buckner Bay, Okinawa
				146957 VMF-333 as DN-5.  1962: VF-84 as AG-202.  1966: VC-2.  Apr 5, 1966: Crashed into Currituck Sound, NC
				146958 (VMF-333) crashed Dec 2, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
				146959 1963-64: VMF-333.  4/17/1964: Crashed into the sea north of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Pilot was killed
				146960 (MSN 736) VF-91 as NG-111.  VF-24 as NP-445.  1965: VF-24 as NP-440.  1966: VF-24 as NP-446.
					1966: VC-5 as UE-16.  1967: VF-24 as NP-353.  VC-5 as UE-9.  Upgraded to F-8K.  VF-301.
					To MASDC as 2F237 Apr 26, 1971.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 11, 1986.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				146961 (MSN 684) VMF-334 as WU-15.  1966: VMF-334 as WU-5.  1968: VF-111 as AK-103. 
					9/19/1968: Credited with shooting down a MiG-21 over Vietnam. Or on 9/9/1968?
					Upgraded to F-8K.  VF-301.  1973: VMF-511 as MK-30
					To MASDC as 2F276 Dec 3, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Aug 4, 1986.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				146962 (VMF-334) Assigned to VMF-334 as WU-219, 1962.
					Crashed into the ramp  while landing on USS Oriskany CVA-34 off the California coast, wnd went into the sea March 26, 1962.  
					Pilot ejected safely.
				146963 (MSN 688) 1962-64: VF-84 as AG-204.  Upgraded to F-8K.  VMF-351.
					To MASDC as 2F317 from MARTD Atlanta, GA Sep 29, 1975. Departed Jun 11, 1986 for display at Beaufort MCAS, SC.
				146964 (VMF-334) crashed near MCAS El Toro, CA Jul 11, 1962.
				146965 VMF-334 as WU-17.  1968: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1971: VMF-321 as 5A-20.
					7/17/1974: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA.
				146966 (MSN 693) VMF-333. VF-24 as NE-450.  1968: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					1969: VF-703 as 7D-08.  VMF-351.
					To MASDC as 2F318 from MARTD Atlanta, GA Sep 30, 1975.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and 
					Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 30, 1986.  Fuselage stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ.
				146967 (VF-174) crashed Jul 4, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				146968 1963-65: VMF-333 as DN-14.   1968: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1973: VF-302 as ND-214.
					1975: VC-10 as JH-5   1/21/1976: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA. Or as early as 1975?
					Was preserved at Bradley Field, CT.  Oct 3, 1979: Destroyed by a tornado.
				146969  1963: VMF-333.  1967: VMF-334.  VMF[AW]-334 "Falcons" crashed out of MCAS El Toro, CA, causing large 
					brush fire  Jun 20, 1967
				146970 (MSN 700) 1961: VMF-334 as WU-2.   Upgraded to F-8K.  To MASDC from MARTD Atlanta, GA as 2F322.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Aug 4,  1986.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				146971 1967: VMF-334.  1/28/1967: Written off
				146972 1963: VMF-333.  VF-13.  1967: VC-7.  Sep 8, 1967: Written off
				146973 VF-13 as AJ-102.  1964: VF-124.   1966: VC-5 as UE-15.  1968: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					1972: VMF-351 as MC-16.  7/17/1974: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA  
					 Currently on display at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, HI, falsely marked as 149220
				146974 Assigned to VMF-333, 1963. Transferred to VC-5 as UE-14, 1967.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					Transferred to VC-4, 1969.  Crashed near NAS Oceana, VA, July 18, 1969
				146975 (VF-124) collided in midair with F-8 145396 Feb 27, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				146976 1964: VF-124.  1965: VF-24 as NP-xxx.  5/28/1965: Crashed 
				146977 1963: VF-124.  crashed Jul 30, 1963 west of Superstition Hills in Borrego Valley, CA.  Pilot ejected safely.
				146978 (VF-84) crashed at NAS Oceana Apr 15, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
				146979 (MSN 715) 1962: VF-84 as AG-201.  VC-2 as JE-11.  Upgraded to F-8K.  VMF-351. NAS Atlanta, GA.
					To MASDC as 2F258 Sep 17, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 28, 1986
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				146980  1960: VF-84 as AG-204. 1964: Struck off charge
				146981 1965: VF-124.  1967: VF-24 as NP-451.  5/19/1967: Credited with shooting down a MiG-17 over Vietnam.
					Upgraded to F-8K.  VMF-112 as 5D-51.  1972: VMF-511 as 5W-32.  VMF-351 as MC-14.
					8/30/1974: Damaged beyond repair in an accident?  12/13/1974: Struck off charge at MARTD Atlanta, GA
				146982 1961: VF-124.  1961: VMF-334.  (VMF-334) crashed near Yuma, AZ Sep 9, 1961. VMF334  RAG training. 
					Material failure, wing broke at fold on a gunnery hop out of Yuma in US.  
					 Pilot ejected.
				146983 (MSN 721) Transferred to VC-4 as JF-7, 1967.  Upgraded to F-8K.  Transferred to VMF-215 as 5K-3, 1969.
					Transferred to VMF-351 as MC-2, 1973.  To MASDC as 2F248 Sep 9, 1971.  To New Mexico Institute of 
					Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 17, 1986,	
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				146984 (VF-111 as AH-110 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) shot down by SA-2 20 Mi SE of Hanoi, NVN Jul 31, 1967.  
					Pilot ejected and became POW.
				146985 (MSN 726) 1963-64: VF-84 as AG-203.  Upgraded to F-8K.  VMF-351 as DN-14 NAS Atlanta, GA
 					to MASDC as 2F281 Jan 14, 1974.  Noted Sep 2003 at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL.
				146986 (MSN 727) VMF-112 as 5D-00.  Upgraded to F-8K.  VF-302 as ND-202.
					To MASDC as 2F327 from MARTD Atlanta, GA Oct 27, 1975.  Transferred Nov 2, 1987 to USAF inventory as FC014. 
					Back to AMARC as FC014 Nov 2, 1987.   To Hardwood Range, WI as range target Apr 12, 1990
				146987 VU-7  1967: VF-111 as AH-1xx.  1968: VC-5 as UE-00.  1969: VF-124.  3/26/1969: Written off.
				146988 (VF-124) crashed near Yuma, AZ Feb 23, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
				146989 (VF-111 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) suffered total electrical failure due to battle damage over beach off 
					Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam Jan 2, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				146990 (MSN 734) 1964: VF-124 as NJ-432.  1966: VF-24 as NP-447.  1967: VC-5 as UE-00.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					VMF-351 NAS Atlanta, GA.  To MASDC as 2F282 Jan 14, 1974.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, 
					Socorro, NM Aug 22, 1986.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				146991 (MSN 783) 1961: VF-24 as NE-101.  1966: VC-1 as UA-3.  1967-68: VF-111 as AH-101.
					1973: VMF-351.NAS Atlanta, GA
					To MASDC as 2F263 Sep 27, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 17, 1986 
				146992 1967: VF-24 as NP-447.  7/21/1967: Credited with shooting down a MiG-17 over Vietnam.
					Upgraded to F-8K.   VMF-321 as MG-12 NAS Atlanta, GA
					To MASDC as 2F278 Dec 11, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 29, 1986.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				146993 1962-63: VF-91 as NG-103.  1967: VF-111 as AH-12x
					(VF-111 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) damaged by ground fire over Red River delta, NVN Aug 12, 1967.  
					Pilot ejected over Gulf of Tonkin and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				146994 (MSN 739) 1962: VF-91 as NG-104.  1965: VU-7.  Upgraded to F-8K.   VF-301.
					To MASDC from VF-302 NAS Miramar, CA as 2F257 Sep 11, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining 
					and Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 18, 1986.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				146995 VF-24.   1965: VU-7 as UH-21.   1967: VF-111 as AH-1xx.  1970: VA-52 as NH-506.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					7/17/1974: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA.  Was preserved in Larsen Park, San Francisco, CA
					Currently on display at Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				146996 1961-62: VF-91 as NG-106.  1966: VC-5 as UE-10.  1966: VF-24 as NP-452.  1967: VF-24 as NP-449.
					Upgraded to F-8K.  1970: NARTU Dallas, TX.  Jun 10, 1970: Flamed out and crashed on the Yuma Gunnery Range, AZ.
				146997 1961-62: VF-91 as NG-101.  1964-66: VF-24 as NP-451.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1970: VF-701 as 7D-28.
					USN Reserves, at NAS Norfolk, VA.  7/26/1974: Written off at NARF Norfolk, VA
				146998 1965: VF-124.  1967: VF-24 as NP-448.  1967: VF-111 as AH-103.  1968: VF-111 as AH-xxx.
					6/27/1968: Crashed near NAS Miramar, CA. Pilot was killed.
				146999 (MSN 745) 1960: VF-24 as NE-405.  1962-63: VF-91 as NG-1xx  1967: VF-111 as AH-106.  VF-91 as NG-107.
					Upgraded to F-8K.  VF-301.  To MASDC as 2F275 from VF-302 NAS Miramar, CA Nov 27, 1973.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 22, 1986
				147000 Assigned to VF-24 as NE-457, 1963-1964.  Transferred to VF-124, 1968.  Upgraded to F-8K.  Transferred to VC-10, 1971.
					To MASDC as 2F268 Oct 4, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 29, 1986.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				147001 1965: VF-194 as NM-xxx.  1968: VF-124.  (VF-124) crashed N of Miramar Road, W of Highway 395 in 
					Black Mountain hills Aug 12, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				147002 (VF-24 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) hit ground fire over North Vietnam Jun 11, 1967.  
					Pilot ejected over sea off Uong Bi/Haiphong, North Vietnam  and was rescued by helicopter.
				147003 (VF-124 as NJ-408) crashed near NAS Moffett Field, CA Jun 12, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
				147004 VF-24 as NE-113.  1961: VF-24 as NE-114.  1967: VC-5 as UE-8. 1967: VF-111 as AH-102.
					(VF-111) pilot ejected Nov 19, 1967 after bad catapult launch from USS Oriskany (CVA-34).  
					Pilot ejected but landed in catwalk still in seat and was killed. Plane never left the flightdeck,  
					It is unlikely 147004 was written off. It flew with MARTD Andrews 
					VMF-321 thru at least 1972, then stored, unmarked at Alameda by 1974, then soc
				147005 (MSN 751) 1965: VF-124.   1968: VF-124.   Upgraded to F-8K.   1970: VC-7 as UH-6.  VMF-321 NAS Andrews, MD
					to MASDC as 2F265 Sep 28, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Aug 22, 1986.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				147006 w/o Jul 6, 1960
				147007 (MSN 753) VMF-334 as WU-8.  1961-63: VF-91 as NG-100.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					1973: VF-302 as ND-201   To MASDC from MARTD Atlanta, GA as 2F323 Oct 19, 1975.  
					Transferred to USAF inventory as FC013 Nov 2, 1987  to Hardwood Range as range target
					Apr 12, 1990.
				147008 Assigned to VF-91 as NG-111, 1960.  Transferred to VF-194 as NM-xxx, 1963.
					Crashed near Yuma, AZ, September 20, 1963
				147009 VF-24 as NE-455.  1964-65: VF-24 as NP-440.   1966: VF-24 as NP-441.  1967: VC-5 as UE-00.
					1968: VC-5 as UE-7.  Upgraded to F-8K.  Dec 4, 1974: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				147010 (MSN 757) Assigned to VF-24 as NE-454, 1963-1964.  Upgraded to F-8K.
					Transferred VC-10 as JH-6, 1974.at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
					To MASDC as 2F264 Sep 28, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Aug 4, 1986
				147011 1963-64: VF-24 as NE-453.  1964-65: VF-24 as NP-441.
					(VF-24 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) lost during carrier landing accident Jan 13, 1965 when
					tailhook broke and aircraft slid into the sea.
					Pilot ditched safely and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				147012 1961-62: VF-91 as NG-110.  1964: VF-214 as NP-453.  1966: VF-24 as NP-4xx.
					(VF-24) crashed into sea in Gulf of Tonkin during carrier landing accident on USS Hancock (CVA-19) Jan 16, 1966.  
					While landing the tailhook sheared when it caught a wire and aircraft went off deck and sank.  
					Pilot killed.
				147013 (VF-24) crashed at sea off USS Midway CV-41 May 8, 1962. Pilot ejected.
				147014 crashed 6 Jul 1960 near NAS Moffett Field, CA
				147015 Assigned to VF-24 as NE-452, 1963-1964.  Transferred to VF-124, 1965.  Upgraded to F-8K.  Transferred to VC-10, 1972.
					Damaged beyond repair in an accident, January 13, 1972.
				147016 (MSN 764) 1969-70: VC-1 as UA-1.  Upgraded to F-8K.  VMF-351. NAS Atlanta, GA
					To MASDC as 2F255 Sep 11, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 2, 1986.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				147017 (VF-103) crashed at sea off USS Forrestal CV-59 Jan 11, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
				147018 VF-24 as NP-441.  7/21/1967: Credited with shooting down a MiG-17 over Vietnam.
					1968: VC-10.  Jul 10, 1968: Written off
				147019 (VF-194) crashed near Reno, NV Oct 10, 1960.  Pilot ejected.
				147020 1962-63: VF-24 as NE-106.  9/18/1963: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				147021 (VF-24 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) shot down by ground fire 10 mi SW of Hanoi, North
					Vietnam May 19, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				147022 (MSN 773) 1966: VC-5 as UE-00.  1967: VF-111 as AH-20.   1968: VF-111 as AH-102.
					Upgraded to F-8K.  VMF-351.  1970: VC-5 as UE-9.
					To MASDC as 2F249 from VMF-351 NAS Atlanta, GA Sep 10, 1971.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining 
					and Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 25, 1986.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				147023 (MSN 775) 1962-64: VMF-333 as DN-5.  Upgraded to F-8K.  US Marine Corps.
					To MASDC as 2F250 Sep 30, 1971.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 22, 1986.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				147024 (VMF-333) crashed 2 mi from MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina Nov 2, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
				147025 1963: VMF-333.  Upgraded to F-8K.  1972: VMF-321 as MG-9.  1974: VC-10.
					10/22/1974: Struck off charge at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
				147026 1968: VF-111 as AK-xxx   May 6, 1968: Written off.
				147027 Assigned to VMF-333 as DN-6, 1963.   Transferred to VF-24 as NP-452, 1967.
					(VF-24 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) crashed into water near Hon Me Island/Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam 
					and sank Mar 15, 1967,  Pilot killed.
				147028 (MSN 784) VU-2 as JE-11.  VC-2.   1967: VC-10 as JH-8.  Upgraded to F-8K.  US Marine Corps.
					To MASDC as 2F247 Jul 23, 1971.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Aug 22, 1986.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				147029 (MSN 786) 1962-63: VMF-333 as DN-9.  1967: VF-24 as NP-443.  5/19/1967: Credited with shooting down a MiG-17 over Vietnam.
					VF-111 as AH-111.  Upgraded to F-8K.   1974: VC-10 as JH-4 NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.  
					To MASDC as 2F261 Sep 23, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 24, 1986.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				147030 Ca.1960: TOS USN as F8U-2. Assigned to Marine Fighter Squadron 333 (VMF-333), MCAS Beaufort, SC.
					7/7/62: Redesignated F-8C.
					1968: Navy Fighter Squadron 111 (VF-111), NAS Miramar, CA.
					Ca.1969: Rebuilt as F-8K.
					1969: Fleet Composite Squadron 7 (VC-7), NAS Miramar, CA. 
					By 11/71: Fleet Composite Squadron 10 (VCF-10), Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
					11/16/74: SOC.
					By 4/81: New England Air Museum, Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks, CT.
					6/3/05: USS Midway Museum-Restoration Facility, North Island NAS, San Diego, CA.
					By 12/06: USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA.
				147031 VF-124.  1967: VF-24 as NP-447  (VF-24 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) crashed 
					after launch into Gulf of Tonkin Jun 2, 1967 due to 
					technical malfunction.  Pilot killed.
				147032 1963: VMF-333.   Mar 10, 1963: Caught fire and crashed in Goodlach County, VA. Pilot was killed
				147033 (VMF-333) pilot was involuntarily ejected Oct 16, 1961.  Plane crashed on the Fort
					Jackson, SC artillery range and was destroyed.
				147034 (MSN 807) 1967-68: VF-13 as AJ-113.    Upgraded to F-8K.  VMF-351 as MC-12 NAS Atlanta, GA
					To MASDC as 2F259 Sep 21, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 22, 1986.
					On display at Herlong Airport, Jacksonville, FL.
147035/147077		Vought F8U-2N Crusader 
				Redesignated F-8D in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				147035 2/16/1960: First flight.   Bailed back to Vought for tests.   11/15/1971: Struck off charge at NAS Dallas, TX.
				147036 2/16/1960: First flight.  NWC.	  1964: Converted to F-8E (FN) prototype.  2/27/1964: First flight as such.
					Stalled and crashed 11 Apr 1964 near Greenville/Grand Prairie, TX.  Preserved at New England 
					Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT
				147037 crashed May 8, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
				147039 crashed at NATC Patuxent River, MD Jun 17, 1960.  Swerved during catapult launch and flew into a helicopter
					waiting to take off.  Pilot seriously injured, two on helicopter and two on ground killed.
				147040 crashed near NAS Patuxent River, MD Jan 3, 1961.
				147041 converted to NF-8D.1968-70: NATC.  9/26/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.  
				147042(MSN 774) NATC.  VF-24 as NP-x2   Upgraded to F-8H.  1970: VF-162 as AJ-213.
					VF-201 NAS Dallas, TX.  To MASDC as 2F343 Feb 9 1976.  Transferred to USAF inventory as PCN FC008 May 3, 1985.   
					To Tohichia Peak, NV as range target Sep 27, 1985
				147043 VF-111 as AH-105.  Upgraded to F-8H.  VF-111 as AJ-105.  1968: VF-51 as NF-xxx.
					1976: VF-201 as AF-105 NAS Dallas, TX.  To MASDC as 2F371 Feb 22, 1976. To Philippine AF May 8, 1978 for spares.
				147044 NATC as ST-044.  Upgraded to F-8H.  VF-201 NAS Dallas, TX.  To MASDC as 2F344 Feb 10, 1976.  
					To Philippine AF as 314 May 8, 1978
				147045 converted to NF-8D.  1970: NATC.  Oct 7, 1970: Struck off charge at NAS Patuxent River, MD
				147046 (MSN 817) MARTD Dallas, TX as 5D-00.  1967: NATF as 1.  Upgraded to F-8H.
					1970: VF-111 as AJ-104.   Derelict by 1982   To MASDC as 2F293.  Transferred to USAF inventory Nov 2, 1987 as FC011.  
					To Hardwood Range, WI Apr 19, 1990 as range target. 
				147047   Assigned to NWC as 047, 1961-1968.  Upgraded to F-8H.  Transferred to VF-661 as AJ-101, 1968.
					Transferred to VF-201 as AF-1xx, 1970-1971.   Transferred to VF-124 as NJ-453, 1971.
					Transferred to VSF-86 as NW-604, 1973.  Transferred to VF-202 as AF-2xx NAS Dallas, TX, 1975-1976.  
					To MASDC as 2F350 Feb 11, 1976.  To Philippine Af AS 323 May 18, 1978.  Assigned to 7th TFS (5th TFW).
				147048 1963: VF-111 as NH-104.  1964: VMF(AW)-212 as WD-13.  Upgraded to F-8H.\  1970: VF-111 as AJ-100.
					1973: VMAF-112.   VMFA-112  crashed 3 miles from Dallas, TX  3rd July 1973
				147049 Delivered to the U.S. Navy as Bu. 147049.  Upgraded to F-8H.  Transferred to VF-13.
					Transferred to VF-661 as AJ-100.  Transferred to VF-162 as AH-205, 1970.
					Transferred to VSF-86 as NW-601, 1973.
					Transferred to VF-201 as AF-116 Dallas, TX, 1974.  To MASDC as 2F345. To Philippine AF as 320 May 30, 1978.
				147050 1962: VX-4 as XF-50.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1969: VFP-63 as PP-103.
					1974: VFP-63 as PP-103.  To MASDC from VF-202 as AF-207 NAS Dallas, TX as 2F348 Feb 11, 1976.  
					To Philippine AF Mar 9, 1978.for spare parts.
				147051 1968: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1970: VF-111 as AJ-107.  NWC.
					5/17/1974: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA
				147052 (VF-124) crashed while landing on USS Ranger CV-61 off California coast, injuring two Jul 1, 1962. 
				147053 (VF-111) crashed Jul 2, 1962.
				147054 1965-66: VMF-451 as AJ-213.  Upgraded to F-8H.  VF-111 as AJ-105.
					VF-201 NAS Dallas, TX.  To MASDC as 2F346 Feb 10, 1976.  To Philippine AF as 315 May 18, 1978
				147055 1962: VF-111 as NH-110.   VF-124 as NJ-444.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1969: VF-24 as NP-200.
					1970: VF-111 as AJ-112.   VF-201 as AF-111. NAS Dallas, TX.  To MASDC as 2F367 Feb 18, 1976. 
					 To Philippine AF as 324 Jun 6, 1978.
				147056 (MSN 99) Assigned to VF-111 as NH-106, 1962.  Recoded as NH-108, 1963.
					Recoded as NH-107, 1963-1964.  Recoded as NE-466, 1964.  Recoded as NE-452, 1965.
					Transferred to VF-124, 1968.  To MASDC as 2F363 Feb 14, 1976.  To Philippine AF as 313 Apr 18, 1978. 
					Transferred to the 7th TFS (5th TFW), 1981 
					On display at Philippine AF Museum, Villamor AB, Philippines.
				147057 (MSN 799) VF-174 as AD-222.  Upgraded to F-8H.  NATC as 057.
					1970: NWC as 17.  To MASDC as 2F335 Nov 5, 1975.  Transferred to USAF inventor as PCN FC001 Nov 23, 1982.
					To 2593RD CLSS , Tinker AFB, OK Feb 1, 1983
				147058 1964-65: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1973: VF-202 as AF-212. NAS Dallas, TX.  To MASDC as 2F273 Oct 24, 1973.  
					To NAS North Island, CA May 18, 1983
				147059 (VF-62) collided with another F-8D 147896 of VF-62 Mar 17, 1967.  Both pilots ejected
					safely
				147060 1964-65: VF-124 as NJ-430.  Upgraded to F-8H.  VF-201 as AF-107  NAS Dallas, TX.  To MASDC as 2F359 Feb 12, 1976.  
					To Philippine AF as 305 Jan 26, 1978,  1981: 7th TFS (5th TFW).
				147061 1963: VMF(AW)-235.  Crashed beside or near prefectural Road north of NAF Atsugi, Japan Nov 26, 1963
				147062 VMF-451.  1963: VF-111 as NE-455.  Upgraded to F-8H.  VMF(AW)-112 as MA-04.  1973: VMF(AW)-112.
					Aug 1, 1973: Crashed at NAS Dallas, TX
				147063 Upgraded to F-8H.  1970: VF-111 as AJ-102.  10/31/1970: Written off aboard USS Shangri La CV-38
				147064 (VF-111 attached to USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63)) shot down by ground fire over Plain of Jars 35 mi S of 
					Xiangkohang, Laos Jun 7, 1964.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by Air America UH-34 helicopter. 
				147065 (MSN 809) 1962: VF-111 as NH-106.  1963: VF-111 as NH-102.  1965: VF-111 as NE-465.  Upgraded to F-8H.
					1971: VF-201 as AF-102.  1975: VMFA-112 as MA-08.  To MASDC as 2F364 Feb 14, 1976.  
					Transferred to USAF inventory as PCN FC007 May 3, 1985.    To Tolicha Peak, NV as range target Sep 30, 1985.
				147066 1963: VF-124.  Crashed at sea off USS Hancock.CV-19  Jan 25, 1963
				147067 (MSN 811) 1964: VF-124.  1966: VC-5 as UE-13.  Upgraded to F-8H.  NARTU Dallas, TX.
					To MASDC as 2F292 May 14, 1974.  Transferred to USAF inventory as PCN FC009 May 3, 1985.  
					To Tolicha Peak, NV as range target Sep 27, 1985
				147068 (MSN 812) 1962: VMF(AW)-451 as VM-4.  VMF(AW)-235 as DB-4.  Upgraded to F-8H.
					1975: VF-202 as AF-206.  To MASDC as 2F397.  Transferred to USAF inventory as PCN FC006 May 3, 1985.  
					To Tolicha Peak, NV as range target Sep 30, 1985
				147069 1964: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1970: VF-124.
					Jun 12, 1970: Crashed near Ocotillo Wells, CA after wing fell off. Pilot was killed
				147070 1962: VMF(AW)-451 as VM-5.  1967: VF-13 as AJ-105.   Upgraded to F-8H.  VF-24 as NP-200.
					VF-162 as AJ-202.  1970: VF-162 as AH-202.
					1971-74: VF-201 as AF-101. NAS Dallas, TX.  To MASDC as 2F357 Feb 12, 1976.  To Philippine AF for spares Jan 10, 1978
					Currently preserved at Fighting Classics of Marana, AZ, falsely marked as 147078.
				147071 Upgraded to F-8H.  1970: PMTC as 108.  US Marine Corps.  To MASDC as 2F373 Feb 28, 1976. 
					To Philippine AF for spare parts Apr 18, 1978
				147072 1966: VF-111 as AH-115.  Upgraded to F-8H.  VF-51 as NF-115.  1970: VF-162 as AJ-2xx.
					Crashed into sea NE of French Guinea Mar 9, 1970.  Pilot lost.  The
					plane at Marana Northwest RAP, AZ marked as 147072 is a composite.
				147073/147077 were cancelled
147078/147084		Vought F8U-1P Crusader
				Contract cancelled
147085/147100		Vought F8U-3 Crusader III
				Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				147085 Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jun 18, 1959 to Aug 15, 1960.  
					Registered as 225.  Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations. 
					 8/1960: Returned to the United States Navy
				147086 not flown.  Bailed to NASA as an uncompleted airframe, source of spare parts.
					1960: Remains later destroyed in fire fighting drills in Philadelphia, PA.
				147087 not flown.  1960: Uncompleted airframe salvaged at the Vought factory
				147088/147100 cancelled.
147101/147136		Sikorsky HR2S-1 
				Cancelled contract
147137/147146		Sikorsky XHSS-2/YHSS-2 Sea King
				Redesignated SH-3A in 1962.  
				147137 (MSN 61001) delivered as XHSS-2
				147138 (MSN 61002) delivered as XHSS-2.  Redesignated RH-3A in 1968 for mine countermeasures mission.
				147139 (MSN 61003) delivered as YHSS-2.  Converted to RH-3A for mine countermeasures mission.  
					HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-30. Written off January 8, 1972.  
				147140 (MSN 61004) delivered as XHSS-2  converted to RH-3A minesweeper.  Put on permanent static display at
					Pacific Missile Range Facility, NAS Barking Sands, Kauai, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum
				147141 (MSN 61005) delivered as XHSS-2.  Pacific Missile Range facility, Barking Sands, Hawaii; 
					used on missile range support work. Croman Corporation, White City, OR.
					Converted to VH-3A VIP transport for Office of the President.
					Redesignated as a UH-3A early to mid 1990s. 
				147142 (MSN 61006) delivered as XHSS-2
				147143 (MSN 61007) delivered as XHSS-2
				147144 (MSN 61008) delivered as YHSS-2, Converted to RH-3A for mine countermeasures mission. 
					HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-32. Written off September 21, 1971.
				147145 (MSN 61009) delivered as XHSS-2 to VH-3A  WFU and SOC Aug 2, 1979
				147146 (MSN 61010) delivered as YHSS-2. Noted NAS North Island CA May 16, 1978 with the PMRF.
147147/147201		Sikorsky HUS-1 Seahorse
				Redesignated UH-34D in 1962.
				147147 (MSN 581054)
				147148 (MSN 581058) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jul67 to Jun68].
				147149 (MSN 581059) w/o Sep 16, 1967, Da Nang
				147150 (MSN 581060) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-163. Written off April 26, 1968, 
					Da Nang, Vietnam. The aircraft had picked up a passenger at Quang Tri. The crash was at night 
					at the loading docks of the USN Support Activity (YD 33-69) at the mouth of the Cua Viet River 
					approx 15 miles N of Quang Tri. Helicopter collided with a piece of ground equipment at 
					night (unlighted for security reasons) - ground equipment type unknown but thought to be forklift 
					or ground crane.  2 killed, 2 injured, one uninjuredl
				147151 (MSN 581061) to MASDC as 3H0187 1972.  To civil registry as N4215Q.
					 seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.  At Queen Creek, AZ in 2008.
				147152 (MSN 581062)
				147153 (MSN 581065) damaged Nov 16, 1966, w/o at Da Nang
				147154 (MSN 581066) w/o Sep 29, 1964.  Viet cong claimes to have shot down this helicopter 9th Jan 1965,
				147155 (MSN 581067)
				147156 (MSN 581072) w/o May 27, 1969 NARF Pensacola
				147157 (MSN 581073) 
				147158 (MSN 581074) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jun68 to Aug68]. Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment (MARTD), NAS Alameda, CA. 
					To MASDC 2Dec69. Registered as N64353 14Jan74; cancelled 12Nov14.
				147159 (MSN 581075) w/o Jul 25, 1965 in Southeast Asia.
				147160 (MSN 581076) to MASDC as 3H0033 1969.  To civil registry as N42152.
					 seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				147161 (MSN 581077 at Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum, Quantico, VA
				147162 (MSN 581078) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam. SOC January 25, 1972, NARF Norfolk, VA.
				147163 (MSN 581079) w/o Aug 26, 1965, Southeast Asia.
				147164 (MSN 581080) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jul67]. Battle damaged July 21, 1967 and written off August 4, 1967.
				147165 (MSN 581081) to Vietnam AF Apr 28, 1968.
				147166 (MSN 581082) w/o Jun 2, 1967.
				147167 (MSN 581083) to Air America as H-37
				147168 (MSN 581084) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jul67].  Damaged Mar 22, 1968 and w/o May 31, 1968.
				147169 (MSN 581085) w/o Mar 24, 1967, New River
				147170 (MSN 581086) to MASDC
				147171 (MSN 581087)  on display on USS Yorktown, Patriots Point, Charlestown, SC on loan from 
					National Naval Aviation Museum.
				147172 (MSN 581088) w/o Aug 29, 1966, New River
				147173 (MSN 581114) to civil registry as N2252X.  Registration N2252X
					cancelled Jul 15, 2004 as scrapped.
				147174 (MSN 581115) at American Wings Air Museum, Anoka County-Blaine AP, MN, on loan from National 
					Naval Aviation Museum.
				147175 (MSN 581116) to Indonesian AF as H-3408.
				147176 (MSN 581132) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Apr 2, 1968.
				147177 (MSN 581133) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Apr 14, 1968.
				147178 (MSN 581134) SOC Feb 25, 1972, NARF Quonset Point.
				147179 (MSN 581131, VH-34D) noted at Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA, May 17, 2001.
				147180 (MSN 581136) HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", South Vietnam [Nov65] ; code YL-36. Written off 
					November 22, 1965 Quang Tin Province, Vietnam [4MIA]. An emergency lift was made by HMM-362 
					to relieve the ARVN outpost at Thach Tru, south of Quang Ngai. The mission was successfully 
					completed in very poor weather conditions which apparently caused the loss of YL-36, last 
					seen in IFR conditions in a climbing turn at night over the sea, northeast of Quang Ngai. 
					No sign of the aircraft or crew has been found, and it is assumed that it crashed at sea with 
					the loss of all hands.
				147181 (MSN 581137) SOC Mar 9, 1972, NARF Norfolk
				147182 (MSN 581138) SOC Jun 2, 1969, NARF Pensacola
				147183 (MSN 581139) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam. Registered 24Jul75 as N5405 to the 
					Wayne Community College, Goldsboro, NC; cancelled 5May99.
				147184 (MSN 581140) to civil registry as N42153
				147185 (MSN 581141)
				147186 (MSN 581147) SOC Jan 28, 1972.  To civil registry as N90935
				147187 (MSN 581148) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jul67 to Oct69]; coded YL-52. Registered as N90936 3Aug76; Carson Helicopters, 
					Perkasie, PA; cancelled 17May13
				147188 (MSN 581146) damaged Aug 1, 1967 and w/o Sep 3, 1967.
				147189 (MSN 581149) at Bob's Air Park between Oct 1973 and Oct 1982.
				147190 (MSN 581151) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-72. On 12May67 the aircraft 
					took a direct hit by a rocket shortly after lifting from a landing zone at Con Thien, South Vietnam. 
					The aircraft crashed and burned [2KIA:2WIA].
				147191 (MSN 581142) on display at MCAS New River Memorial Park in 2011 in HMX-1 paint scheme.
				147192 (MSN 581152) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam. HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; 
					code YZ-85. Assigned to Paciffic Missile Range, Barking Sands, Hawaii.  SOC Apr 10, 1973.
					To Honolulu Community College, noted Sep 1980.
				147193 (MSN 581154) w/o Jun 6, 1966 in Southeast Asia due to excessive wear
				147194 (MSN 581155)
				147195 (MSN 581156) w/o Jun 18, 1966, Santa Ana
				147196 (MSN 581157) to civil registry as N907Z.
				147197 (MSN 581159) to MASDC as 3H0204 Mar 26, 1972.
				147198 (MSN 581162) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. SOC March 2, 1972 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. 
					Registered as N64402 to O’ahu Civil Defense Agency, Honolulu, HI, 18Apr73; cancelled 26Apr74.
				147199 (MSN 581163) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69].  SOC Jan 17, 1972 NARF Alameda
				147200 (MSN 581164) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF), Barking Sands, Hawaii. 
					SOC Jun 30, 1973, PMRF Hawaii.  To civil registry as N90544.  Reportedly
					sold Jan 14, 1977.  Registration cancelled by FAA Nov 24, 2003.
				147201 (MSN 58-1161) SOC Apr 24, 1972 NAS Quonset Point
147202/147205		Kaman YUH-2A Seasprite
				MSN 1/4
				147203 to UH-2B Mar 1965
				147204 to UH-2B Mar 1965, to NUH-2B May 1968
147206/147207 		Convair XP6Y-1
				Cancelled contract
147208/147262		Grumman WF-2 Tracer 
				Model G-117.  MSN 7/40.  Redesignated E-1B in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				147208 (MSN 7) to MASDC as 1E011 Jul 19, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May 2010
				147211 (MSN 10) to MASDC as 1E057 Jul 24, 1977.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug 2002
				147212 (MSN 11) on display at Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York, NY, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				147213 (MSN 12) was with VAW-121.  To MASDC as 1E022 Jul 11, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard 
					at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug 2002
				147214 (MSN 13) Noted aboard USS Wasp in June 1969 and active in 1976 at NAS Norfolk, Virginia with Reserve 
					Carrier Air Wing 20 (VAW-78) coded AF-010.   To MASDC as 1E060 Jan 17, 1978.  
					To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug 2002
				147215 (MSN 14) ditched at sea Aug 14, 1963 after takeoff from USS Enterprise.  3 crew rescued, 2 killed.
				147216 w/o 15 Aug 1963 onboard USS Saratoga
				147217 (MSN 16) Ca.1958: TOS USN.   7/6/62: Re-designated as E-1B.
					1969: Airborne Early Warning Squadron 121 (VAW-121), NAS Norfolk, VA.
					After 7/70: Airborne Early Warning Squadron 78 (VAW-78), NAS Norfolk, VA.
					1/19/77: Retired; last E-1B in service.
					11/22/77: SOC at NAS Norfolk.
					Ca.11/77: National Naval Aviation Museum. NAS Pensacola, FL
					On display by Apr 1981 at New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				147218 (MSN 17) assigned to VAW-12 Det 42 attached to USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42) crashed into South
					China Sea due to engine trouble Dec 14, 1966. 3 killed, 2 survived.
				147219 (MSN 18) to MASDC as 1E048 Feb 20, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug 2002
				147220 (MSN 19) to MASDC as 1E037 Nov 27, 1973
				147221 (MSN 20) to MASDC as 1E018 Jul 10, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May 2010
				147223 (MSN 22) to MASDC as 1E055 Jun 1, 1977.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug02
				147224 (MSN 23) to MASDC as 1E051 Dec 14, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug02
				147225 on display on USS Yorktown, Patriots Point, Charleston, SC, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				147226 (MSN 25) to MASDC as 1E001 Sep 14, 1967
				147227 (c;n 26) to MASDC as 1E0490 Jul 16, 1974.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				147229 (MSN 28) to MASDC as 1E014 Apr 25, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug 2002
				147230 (MSN 29) to MASDC as 1E050 Aug 5, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug 2002
				147231 (MSN 30) to MASDC as 1E034 Sep 6, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug 2002
				147233 (MSN 32) to MASDC as 1E053 Jan 10, 1977.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug 2002
				147234 (MSN 33) to MASDC as 1E013 Apr 10, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May 2010
				147237 (MSN 36) to MASDC as 1E010 Apr 18, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug 2002
				147238 (MSN 37) with VAW-111 (det 20) in 1968
				147239 (MSN 38)
				147240 (MSN 39)
				147241 (MSN 40)
				147242/147262 cancelled
147263/147265		Grumman W2F-1 Hawkeye
				MSN 1/3.  Later redesignated E-2
147266/147269		Grumman YOF-1 Mohawk 
				Model G-134.  For USMC - Contract cancelled and transferred to US Army as 57-6538/6541.
147270/147429		Grumman F9F-8T Cougar
				Model G-105. Redesigneated TF-9J in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org.
				147270 NARTU Los Alamitos, CA as 7L-270
				147271 8/19/1969: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL
				147272 1968: VT-26 as 3L-605.  To MASDC as 3F290 from VT-24 NAAS Chase Field, TX Feb 23, 1972
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 4, 1976
				147273 1970: VT-25.  Nov 4, 1970: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				147274 VT-26 as 3L-600 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  To MASDC as 3F263 Oct 6, 1970.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 4, 1976
				147275 1970: VT-26.  8/26/1970: Struck off charge at NAS Chase Field, TX.
				147276 VMT-103 as SD-16.  1973: VT-10 as 2N-016.  12/25/1973: Struck off charge at NAS Pensacola, FL
					was on display at National Naval Aviation Museum,
					Pensacola, FL.  Currently loaned out and on display on USS Lexington, Corpus Christi, TX in 2010
				147277 1959: VMT-2.
				147278 1969: VT-26.  Sep 6, 1969: Written off.
				147279 1959: VMT-2 as SD-19.  1969: VT-22.  To MASDC as 3F327 Nov 14, 1972.  
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 12, 1976
				147280 1959: VMT-2 as SD-20.  1967: VT-26.  9/30/1967: Written off.
				147281 1971: VT-24 as 3K-445.  To MASDC as 3F337 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Jan 31, 1973.
					To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jun 19, 1984
				147282 VF-101 as AD-194.  1962-64: VT-25.  1970: VT-25.
					Sep 8. 1970: Struck off charge at NAS Chase Field, TX
				147283 1973: VT-25 as 3J-542 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  to MASDC as 3F0311 May 3, 1972.  
					To Western International, Tucson, AZ Jun 18, 1990.  With Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, Michigan
				147284 1969: VT-22 NASAS Kingsville, TX.  To MASDC as 3F214 Sep 1, 1970.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 20, 1976
				147285 1967: VT-22.  Sep 6, 1967: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.
					Sep 7, 1967: Struck off charge at NAS Kingsville, TX
				147286 to MASDC as 3F367 from VT-4 NAAS Pensacola, FL Feb 11, 1974
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 15, 1976
				147287 1974: VT-4 as 2F-341.   1/25/1974: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
					With Flying Tigers Warbird Restoration Museum.  Jan 2007
					reported to be derelict at former Tom Reilly Museum,
					Kissimee, FL
				147288 VA-43 as AD-343.  To MASDC as 3F279 from VT-24 NAAS Chase Field, TX Nov 11, 1971
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 15, 1976
				147289 to MASDC as 3F300 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Mar 20, 1972
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 7, 1976
				147290 1965: VMT-1.  Jun 4, 1965: Written off
				147291
				147292 1969: VT-22 as 3F-280 NAAS Kingsville, TX.  To MASDC as 3F215 Sep 1, 1970.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 21, 1976
				147293 1964: VA-126.  1967: VF-126.  1968: VT-22.  1/14/1968: Written off.
				147294 1964: VA-126.  1967: VF-126.  To MASDC as 3F257 Aug 12, 1971
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 23, 1976
				147295
				147296 VA-127 as NJ-706..  To MASDC as 3F376 from VT-4 NAAS Pensacola, FL Feb 13, 1974
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 23, 1976
				147297 To MASDC as 3F268 from VT-26 NAAS Chase Field, TX Oct 27, 1971
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 21, 1976
				147298
				147299 VT-10 as 2N-513.  1973: VT-10 as 2N-013.  To MASDC as 3F348 Nov 16, 1973.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 15, 1976
				147300 1970: VT-23 as 3H-326.  To MASDC as 3F291 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Feb 29, 1972.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 15, 1976
				147301 1969: VT-21.  Jun 9, 1969: Written off
				147302
				147303 1964: VA-126.  To MASDC as 3F308 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Apr 19. 1972.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 6, 1976
				147304 1967: VF-126.  1971-72: VT-24 as 3K-430.  8/17/1972: Written off
				147305 to MASDC as 3F304 from VT-24 NAAS Chase Field, TX Mar 30, 1972
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 11, 1976
				147306 1967: VF-126.  To MASDC as 3F309 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX May 2, 1972.	
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 11, 1976 		
				147307 1959: VF-121 as NJ-185.  1967: VF-126.  VT-24 as 3K-422.  
					To MASDC as 3F303 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Mar 25, 1972.  
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 12, 1976
				147308 1968: VT-23.  9/23/1968: Written off
				147309 1972: VT-24 as 3K-451 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  To MASDC as 3F292 Feb 29, 1972
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 14, 1976
				147310 1969: VT-21.  4/29/1969: Written off.
				147311 to MASDC as 3F323 Oct 30, 1972.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 15, 1976
				147312 CVW-12 as NJ-00.  1969: VT-22.  To MASDC as 3F284 from VT-24 NAAS Chase Field, TX Dec 13, 1971
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 7, 1976
				147313 1959: VMT-2.  1967: VF-126.  1969: VT-22.  To MASDC as 3F314 Sep 29, 1972
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 14, 1976
				147314 VU-3 as UF-11.  1969: VT-22.  To MASDC as 3F305 from VT-24 NAAS Chase Field, TX Mar 31, 1972
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 30, 1976
				147315 1973: VT-4.  12/20/1973: Struck off charge at NAS Pensacola, FL
					Wreck seen in woods near Fort Benning, GA. Was placed there by helicopter for use as a training aid. 
				147316 VMT-1 as BE-15
				147317 1965: VMT-1 as BE-16. Jun 4, 1965: Written off
				147318 1965: VT-26 as 3L-612.  To MASDC as 3F363 from VT-4 NAAS Pensacola, FL Feb 5, 1974.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 13, 1976
				147319 MARS-37 as QF-4.  To MASDC as 3F372 from VT-4 NAAS Pensacola, FL Feb 13, 1974
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 12, 1976
				147320 to MASDC as 3F352 Dec 3, 1973.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 14, 1976
				147321 with VMT-2 at MCAS El Toro, CA in 1959
				147322
				147323 VU-3 as UF-12.  1968: VT-25.  7/29/1968: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				147324 1964: VA-126.  1968: VT-24 as 3K-433.  To MASDC as 3F322 Oct 29, 1972.  
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 15, 1976
				147325 1969: VT-22.  1972: VT-24 as 3K-407.  To MASDC as 3F370 from VT-4 NAAS Pensacola Feb 12, 1974.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 15, 1976
				147326 1964: VA-126.  1967: VF-126.  1969: VT-22.  1974: VT-4 as 2F-353 NAAS Pensacola, FL
					To MASDC as 3F379 Mar 4, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 13, 1976
				147327 VA-126 as NJ-667.  1968: VT-21. 3/23/1968: Written off
				147328 VMT-1 as BE-17.  1967: VT-25.  11/29/1967: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				147329 to MASDC as 3F328 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Dec 20, 1972.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 13, 1976
				147330 1969: VT-22.  1973: VT-4 as 2F-342 NAAS Pensacola, FL.  To MASDC as 3F344 Nov 9, 1973
					.To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 13, 1976
				147331 To MASDC as 3F307 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Apr 6, 1972
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 14, 1976
				147332 VT-26 as 3L-639.  To MASDC as 3F368 from VT-4 NAAS Pensacola, FL Feb 12, 1974
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 12, 1976
				147333 1962-64: VT-25. 1969: VT-22 NAAS Kingsville, TX.  To MASDC as 3F230 Oct 5, 1970
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 5, 1976
				147334 VA-43 as AD-347. 1967: VT-21.  May 10, 1967: Written off.
				147335 1973: VT-25 as 3J-501.  To MASDC as 3F330 Jan 19, 1973.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 4, 1976
				147336 1974: VT-4 as 2F-356 NAAS Pensacola, FL.  To MASDC as 3F364 Feb 5, 1974.  
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 12, 1976
				147337 1967: VT-26 as 3L-623.  1973: VT-4.  6/22/1973: Written off.
				147338 1962-64: VT-25.  To MASDC as 3F369 from VT-4 NAAS Pensacola, FL Feb 12, 1974.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 13, 1976
				147339 VA-45 as AD-600.  1972: VT-25. 4/13/1972: Written off
				147340 to MASDC as 3F243 from VT-22 NAAS Kingsville, TX Oct 19, 1976.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Oct 19, 1976
				147341 VF-126 as NJ-601.  VT-24 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  To MASDC as 3F238 Oct 13, 1970
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 9, 1976
				147342 1964: VA-126.  1966: VF-126 as NJ-611. 1969: VT-22.  To MASDC as 3F251 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Nov 3, 1970.
 					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 12, 1976
				147343 1968: VT-24. 4/24/1968: Written off
				147344 1973: VT-4 as 2F-332.  Oct 8, 1973: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.  Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				147345 VT-25 as 3J-508 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  To MASDC as 3F338 Jan 31, 1973. 
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 12, 1976
				147346 1964: VA-126.  1969: VT-24 as 3K-429 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  To MASDC as 3F240 Oct 14, 1970
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 29, 1976
				147347 1964: VA-126 as NJ-640.  1970: VT-24.  5/27/1970: Written off
				147348 1972: VT-25 as 3J-518 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  To MASDC as 3F326 Nov 14, 1972.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 12, 1976
				147349 VA-127 as NJ-711.  To MASDC as 3F246 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Oct 19, 1970
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Oct 19, 1976
				147350 VA-127 as NJ-712.  1969: VT-22 NAAS Kingsville, TX.  To MASDC as 3F225 Oct 1, 1970.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 4, 1976
				147351 VA-127 as NJ-713.  1969: VT-23 as 3H-330.  To MASDC as 3F341 Feb 7, 1973
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 3, 1976
				147352 VA-127 as NJ-714.  1968: VT-21.  Jun 1, 1968: Written off
				147353 1964: VA-126.  To MASDC as 3F234 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Oct 7, 1970.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 11, 1976
				147354 1965: VMT-2 as SD-8.  1967: VT-21. 8/16/1967: Written off
				147355
				147356 VT-4 as 2F-351 NAAS Pensacola, FL.  To MASDC as 3F371 Feb 12, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jul 19, 1978
				147357 1969: VT-25.  8/26/1969: Written off
				147358 NASWF as 358.  To MASDC as 3F256 Aug 9, 1971.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 29, 1976
				147359 1959: VMT-2 as SD-17.  VT-25 as 3J-535 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  To MASDC as 3f233 Oct 7, 1970.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 12, 1976
				147360 with VMT-2 at MCAS El Toro, CA in 1959.
				147361 1971: VT-24 as 3K-441.  To MASDC as 3F333 from VT-22 NAAS Kingsville, TX Jan 19, 1973
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 28, 1976
				147362 RVAH-3 as GJ-253. 1969: VT-22.  To MASDC as 3F361 from VT-10 NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 28, 1973.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 28, 1976
				147363 1969: VT-22 NAAS Kingsville, TX.  To MASDC as 3F235 Oct 8, 1970.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 29, 1976
				147364 1967: VF-126
				147365 1968: VT-24 as 3K-439 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  To MASDC as 3F249 Oct 30, 1970.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 28, 1976
				147366 1969-70: VT-22 as 3F-241.  3/16/1970: Written off
				147367 VMT-2 as SD-23.  1972: VT-24.  Jul 12, 1972: Written off
				147368 to MASDC as 3F342 from VT-26 NAAS Chase Field, TX Oct 17, 1970.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 30, 1976
				147369 1969: VT-22 as 3F-247 NAAS Kingsville, TX.  To MASDC as 3F227 Oct 1, 1970
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 7, 1976
				147370 VF-124 as NJ-486.  1963: VA-127 as NJ-719. 1968: VT-26.  Aug 10, 1968: Written off
				147371 VT-24 as 3K-400.  To MASDC  as 3F375 from Vt-22 Feb 13, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 28, 1976
				147372 CVG-12 as NJ-00.  1970: VT-22 as 3F-248 NAAS Kingsville, TX. To MASDC as 3F229 Oct 2, 1970
					.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 10, 1976
				147373 1964: VMT-2.  8/17/1964: Written off.
				147374 VT-21 as 3E-166.  To MASDC as 3F343 Sep 26, 1973.  To Naval Weapons Laboratory, Dahlgreen, VA Jun 6, 1978
				147375 6/16/1969: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				147376 VF-126 as NJ-624.  1969-70: VT-22 as 3F-279 NAAS Kingsville, TX. To MASDC as 3F220 Sep 14, 1970
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 27, 1976
				147377 1962: H&MS-13 as YU-4.  1969: VT-26.  Sep 9, 1969: Written off
				147378 1959: VMT-2 as SD-4.  To MASDC as 3F339 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Jan 31, 1973.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 12, 1976	
				147379
				147380 VCP-61 as SS-31.  Crashed Jun 23, 1961 10 mi N of Indio, CA.  Both crew killed.  Aircraft struck 
					ground while inverted, pilot ejected but chute did not have time to blossom.  Other crewman did not eject
				147381 (H&MS-13 (MAG-13)) hit by ground fire over A Shau valley, 20mi SW of Hue when hit by ground fire
					Dec 25 1967.  2 crewmen ejected 12 mi SW of Hue and were picked up by USAF helicopter.
				147382 AIRFMFPAC as WZ-2.  To MASDC as 3F332 Jan 17, 1973.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 7, 1976
				147383
				147384 H&MS-11 as TM-2.  H&MS-13 as YU-2.  To MASDC as 3F362 from VT-4 NAAS Pensacola, FL Jan 14, 1974.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 27, 1976
				147385 H&MS-15 as YV-2.  10/2/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL
					Was on display at Patriots Point Museum, Charlestown, SC.   Currently displayed in the hangar on USS Yorktown, 
					Charleston, NC, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum
				147386 H&MS-13 as YU-3.  To MASDC as 3F365 from VT-4 NAAS Pensacola, FL Feb 6, 1974
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 27, 1976
				147387
				147388 1967: H&MS-15 as YV-3.  To MASDC as 3F245 from VT-22 NAAS Kingsville, TX Oct 19, 1970.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Oct 19, 1976
				147389 VQ-1 as PR-1. Active 1964 with VA-126 coded NJ-608 at NAS Miramar, California.
					10/20/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL
				147390 1967: H&MS-13 as YU-3
				147391 H&MS-11 as TM-2.  1969: VT-21.  Mar 6, 1969: Written off
				147392 1961: H&MS-12
				147393 1962: ? as xZ-4.  To MASDC as 3F310 from VT-24 NAAS Chase Field, TX May 3, 1972.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 12, 1976
				147394 VU-5 as UE-17.  To MASDC as 3F373 from VT-4 NAAS Pensacola, FL Feb 13, 1974.
					To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jun 20, 1984
				147395 MARS-17 as SZ-395.  Oct 2, 1973: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL
					On display at City of Union, MS, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum
				147396 1969: VT-25 as 3J-533 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  To MASDC as 3F250 Nov 2, 1970.  
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 27, 1976
				147397 1968: VT-26.  1975: VT-10 as 2N-517 NAS Pensacoa, FL. To MASDC as 3F0359 Dec 21, 1973.  
					Later at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				147398 1968: VT-22 as 3F-252.  To MASDC as 3F349 from VT-4 NAAS Pensacola, FL Nov 19, 1973.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 29, 1976
				147399 VA-44 as AD-465.  To MASDC as 3F247 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Oct 20, 1970
					To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jun 20, 1984
				147400 1973: VT-4 as 2F-330.  To MASDC as 3f366 from VT-4 NAAS Pensacola, FL Feb 6, 1974.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 14, 1976
				147401 1970: VT-24 as 3K-425.  7/20/1970: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				147402 VT-4 as 2F-337 NAAS Pensacola, FL  To MASDC as 3F277 Mar 4, 1974.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 6, 1976
				147403 1967: VT-21.  3/19/1967: Written off
				147404 used by Blue Angels as #7.  Reported to have crashed Apr 10, 1960 at
					Colorado Springs, CO due to power failure on takeoff.  Both
					crew killed.
				147405 VT-23 as 3H-313.  To MASDC as 3F252 from VT-25 NAAS Chase Field, TX Nov 4, 1970.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 5, 1976
				147406 1970: VT-24.  May 7, 1970: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				147407 VMT-103 as SD-8.  To MASDC as 3F355 Dec 11, 1973.   To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ May 3, 1976
				147408 VT-26 as 3L-624 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  To MASDC as 3f223 Sep 25, 1970.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 27, 1976
				147409 1964: H&MS-12 as WA-1.  Mar 8, 1964: Written off in Japan
				147410 NAS Atsugi, Japan as 410.  5/29/1968: Written off
				147411 VCP-63 as PP-998   1967: H&MS-11 as TM-4.  MARS-17.  To MASDC as 3F311 from VT-25 NAAS ChaseField, TX Jun 1, 1972.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 9, 1976
				147412 1964: VA-126.  1967: VF-126.  1973: VT-10 as 2N-018 NAS Pensacola, FL.  To MASDC as 3F360 Dec 21, 1973.
					.To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 30, 1976
				147413 1961: NAS Atsugi, Japan as 413.  1968: VT-21.  11/19/1968: Written off
				147414 VT-25 as 3J-500 NAAS Chase Field, TX.  To MASDC as 3F253 Nov 10, 1970. 
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 28, 1976
				147415 1970: VT-24.  Mar 4, 1970: Written off
				147416 1968: VT-26.  10/30/1968: Written off.
				147417 1965: VA-45 as AD-607. To MASDC as eF347 from VT-4 NAAS Pensavola, FL Nov 14, 1973.
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 28, 1976
				147418 10/2/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.
					Was preserved at the Mississippi Machinery Museum in Petal, MS
					Last reported stored at Camp Shelby, MS Sep 2008. Was due to go to the Veterans Memorial Museum at Huntsville, AL.
					Seen on diaplay at Army JROTC James Clemens High School, Madison, AL, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum
				147419 to MASDC as 3F331 Jan 19 1973. To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 28, 1976
				147420 VMT-1 as BE-21.  To MASDC as 3F374 from VT-4 NAAS Pensacola, FL Feb 13, 1974.   To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jul 19, 1978
				147421 1967: VF-126.  1971: VT-25 as 3J-527.  Oct 2, 1973: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.
				147422 to MASDC as 3F296 from VT-25 NAAS ChaseField, TX Mar 10, 1972.  
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 27, 1976
				147423 1972: VT-24 as 3K-417.  Jul 6, 1972: Written off.
				147424 1970: VT-25.  Dec 1, 1970: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				147425 to MASDC as 3F353 Dec 3, 1973.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 9, 1976
				147426 VT-26 as 3L-611  Oct 2, 1973: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL
				147427 VT-10 as 2N-519 NAS Pensacola, FL.  To MASDC as 3F357 Dec 21, 1973
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 29, 1976
				147428 1968: VT-25.  Aug 11, 1968: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				147429 To MASDC as 3F345 from VT-4 NAAS Pensacola, FL Nov 9, 1973  
					To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Apr 27, 1976
147430/147530		North American T2J-1 Buckeye
				MSN 253-21/121.  Redesignated T-2A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				147443 (MSN 253-34) to MASDC as 2T015
				147444 (MSN 253-35) to MASDC.  Rear fuselage at Marana Northwest
					RAP, AZ Mar 2007. 
				147448 (MSN 253-39) to MASDC
				147450 (MSN 253-41) to MASDC
				147452 (MSN 253-43) to MASDC
				147455 (MSN 253-46) to MASDC
				147467 (MSN 253-58) to MASDC as 2T0001
				147469 (MSN 253-60) to MASDC as 2T0006
				147472 (MSN 253-63) to MASDC 
				147474 (MSN 253-65) at Planes of Fame in Chino, CA since 2001.
				147480 (MSN 253-71) to MASDC
				147482 (MSN 253-73) to MASDC
				147483 (MSN 253-74) to MASDC
				147486 (MSN 253-77) to MASDC 
				147489 (MSN 253-80) to MASDC
				147490 (MSN 253-81) to MASDC
				147494 (MSN 253-85) Preserved in Northside Park, Philadelphia, Mississippi on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				147496 (MSN 253-87) to MASDC
				147516 noted preserved at Meridian (town,not NAS) Mar 10, 2005
				147522 noted preserved at NAS Meridian Mar 20, 2005
147531/147538		Grumman S2F-3 Tracker
				Model G-121 Redesignated S-2D in 1962.  
				147531, 147532 modified as ES-2D.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				147531 (MSN 694) first flight May 20, 1959.  Modified to ES-2D (MSN 1C) for special electronics operations and 
					development work.  To MASDC as 1S0757 Oct 14, 1980.  Converted by Marsh Aviation as a Turbo Tracker. 
					Noted Oct 1992 as a Turbo Tracker at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ.  Registered N147MA to the South Seattle 
					Community College as a S2F-3 [fitted with TPE331 engines] Jun 18, 1990, cancelled May 6, 2003
					Stored with Marsh Aviation at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ. Noted May 2009
				147532 (MSN 695) modified to ES-2D for special electronics operations and development work.  Fitted with loudspeakers
					and used at NAS Point MugU to warn off shipping in the Pacific Missile Range.
				147533 (MSN 696) converted to S-2D (MSN 3C).  To MASDC as 1S0367 Feb 29, 1972.  Registered N8225E with MSN 696 
					To the Pima Air & Space Museum Jul89, registered to Gold Americas Jan 11, 2006, expired Sep 30, 2013.
					To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May 2010
				147535 (MSN 698) converted to ES-2D (MSN 5C) to MASDC as 1S0391 Feb 21, 1973, returned to service.
					Back to MASDC as 1S0773.  Registered N2195Y to the Allied Air Force Nov 9, 1989, registered to the 
					LeHigh Northampton Airport Authority, Allentown, PA, Nov 4, 2002, cancelled Sep 30, 2004
					To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May 2010.  Reported to be on display at 
					Allied Air Force Museum, Allenton, PA, but later reported as destroyed there and its remains were trucked 
					to Tucson, AZ for spares use.
				147536 (MSN 6C) to MASDC as 1S0351 Apr 26, 1971.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147537 (MSN 7C) to MASDC as 1S0378 Nov 16, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147538 cancelled
147539/147542		Martin P5M-2 Marlin
				Redesignated P-5B in 1962.
				147539 to French Navy (Aéronavale) delivered within the Mutual Defence Aid Pact. Arv. NAS Dakar May 08 1959, Sqd.27F given 
					back to the USA on August 26th 1964 
				147540 to French Navy (Aéronavale) delivered within the Mutual Defence Aid Pact. Arv. NAS Dakar May 08 1959, Sqd.27F given 
					back to the USA on August 26th 1964 
				147541 to French Navy (Aéronavale) delivered within the Mutual Defence Aid Pact. Arv. NAS Dakar May 08 1959, Sqd.27F given 
					back to the USA on August 26th 1964 
				147542 to French Navy (Aéronavale) as 542 delivered within the Mutual Defence Aid Pact. Arv. NAS Dakar May 08 1959, Sqd.27F given 
					back to the USA via Iceland on August 26th 1964 
147543/147547		Beech T-34B 
				For MAP
147548 			Beech E-18S for MAP
147549/147561		Grumman S2F-1 Tracker
				Model G-89.  MSN 693/705.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				147550 to MASDC as 1S0149 May 17, 1968
				147551 (MSN 695) registered N438DF Feb 7, 1974, Tanker # California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection 
					(CAL FIRE).  Cancelled Jun 1985. Not converted. Reported 1984 stored at Fresno Air Terminal, CA
					to Conair Aviation Ltd, Abbotsford BC 1993/2004. Scrapped at Abbotsford Aug 2004
				147552 (MSN 696) to MASDC as 1S0419 Aug 14, 1973.  Registered N6495A Jul 9, 1984, cancelled.
					To civil registry as N8225E c 1990, sale reported Jan 7, 1992.  Registered to Dennis Plunk
					Jan 26, 2005, expired Sep 30, 2013.  Was At Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.  Seen 2005 at 
					Amarillo Tradewind Airport.  Seen at Tri-County Airport, Holmes County, FL Jan 2009.
				147553 to NASDC as 1S0137 Ovt 18, 1967  
				147554 (MSN 698) modified as ES-2D for special electronics operations and development work.
				147556 to MASDC as 1S0164 Oct 30, 1968
				147559 (MSN 703) converted to Conair Firecat MSN 028 Tanker # 15.  Registered C-GHYH Jul87, cancelled Jul 1987 
					on export to France.  Registered F-WEOJ Jul 1987; Registered F-ZBET Jul 1987 to Sécurité Civile. 
					Registered F-WEOJ Sep 1988.	Converted to Conair Turbo Firecat Tanker # 15 Sécurité Civile
					Registered C-GHYH Mar 9, 1989, cancelled Jul 28, 1989 on export to France.  
					Registered F-WEOJ Jul 1989.  Registered F-ZBET Jul 1989 to Sécurité Civile
147562/147571		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune 
				For French Aeronavale.  Usually still displayed US Navy serial and last 3 digits as French serial
				147562 (MSN 726-7174) to French Navy Apr 1959.  Reported stored at Lorient, France
				147563 (MSN 726-7177) to French Navy Apr 1959.  Preserved Brienne La Chateau, France
				147564 (MSN 726-7180) to French Navy / Aéronavale as 147564 May 1959. Escadrille 25 F, Base Aéronavale de Lann Bihoué, 		
					Quéven, France. The aircraft crashed on the end of the runway at Lann Bihoué naval air base on the 
					final approach to land in fog 15Jan71. The crew consisted of ten people: six of them died in the accident; 
					the other four were seriously injured but survived
				147565 (MSN 726-7181) to French Navy / Aéronavale as 147565 May 1959. Flottille 24 F, Base Aéronavale de Lann Bihoué, 
					Quéven, France. The Neptune took off from Lann Bihoué for a remote ASM support night mission for the benefit 
					of the Atlantic Flotilla 13Mar67. After a final radio and radar contact with the escort destroyer Surcouf, 
					the aircraft disappeared with its crew in the Iroise Sea, 40 nautical miles from the Ar-Men lighthouse, Finistère. 
					The searches carried out only found one body (12MIS:1KIS)
				147566 (MSN 726-7183) to French Navy Jun 1959.  Operated by 
					Historical Aircraft Restoration Society and
					owned by Carryowl, which is a syndicate of HARS members.  Flown to Australia
					as N8187Z, arriving Jul 15, 1989, registered as VH-LRR since Oct 1991.
				147567 (MSN 726-7185) to French Navy Jul 1959.  
					Preserved at BA Lann-Binouhe, France
				147568 (MSN 726-7187) to French Navy Jul 1959
				147569 (MSN 726-7189) to French Navy Aug 1959
				147570 (MSN 726-7191) to French Navy Sep 1959. 
				147571 (MSN 726-7193) to French Navy / Aéronavale as 147571 Oct 1959. Escadrille 25 F, Base Aéronavale de Lann Bihoué, 
					Quéven, France. The aircraft took off from Lann Bihoué to participate in a tactical exercise with the 
					Atlantic squadron. A few minutes after taking off in difficult weather conditions, the aircraft took 
					a left turn, could not be straightened and crashed to the ground near the hamlet of Kergantic in the town 
					of Ploemeur 4Feb70 (12KIS).
				147572 was cancelled.
147572/147573		Lockheed GV-1 Hercules
				Redesignated KC-130F in 1962.   Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				147572 (MSN 282-3554) to AMARC as 2G0034 Jun 21, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				147573 (MSN 282-3555) to AMARC as 2G0057 Feb 28, 2008.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
147574			de Havilland Canada UC-1 Otter
				MSN 126. was ex RAF XL710 used on 1956 British Commonwealth Transantarctic
					Expedition.  Turned over to US Navy as 147574 Jul 1958 after RAF service.  Subsequently to Royal 
					New Zealand AF Aug 1960 as NZ6081.  ZK-CFH registered Jul 9, 1963, cancelled Aug 1, 1963.
					Sold to Canada in 1964 and registered CF-PNV  in 1963 with Georgian Bay Airways of Toronto.  Then 
					to La Ronge Aviation of Saskatchewan and crashed at Lynn Lake, Manitoba May 1976.  Wreck sold to 
					Cox Air Resources for rebuild for turbine power, but company ran out of money.  Sold to an Otter 
					rebuilder near Seattle, registered N63535 Dec 12, 1997 and now sits in a yard waiting a decision
					on its fate.
147575/147576		Martin P5M-2 Marlin
				For French Aeronavale
147577			Grumman S2F-1 Tracker
				MSN 706.  To MASDC Sep 5, 1968 as 1S0147.  Transfer to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
147578/147581		Bell HUL-1 
				Bell Helicpter Company Model 47J.  Redesignated UH-13P in 1962
147582/147630		Piasecki HUP-3 Retriever 
				Piasecki Helicopter Corporatin PV-18.  Redesignated UH-25B in 1962
				49 examples transferred to Navy from batch of USAF H-25A 51-16572/16640.  Redesignated UH-25C in 1962.
				147584(?) (MSN 18-1574)  Quoted as H-25A [HUP-2], serial 147631 [sic].
					Also quoted as 51-16574G [c/n 18-1574].  Assigned US Army, Edwards AFB, CA.
					Assigned to NACA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Feb 24, 1954 to Jan 26, 1960.
					Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA.
				147595 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson AZ.
				147600 (MSN 36) Ordered by the USAF but delivered to US Army
					1953: TOS US Army as H-25A 51-16607.   4/26/58: TOS USN as HUP-3 147600.
					7/6/62: Redesignated UH-25C.
					10/10/63: SOC at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.
					By 1977 to after 10/89: National Museum of Naval Aviation, NAS Pensacola, FL.
					By 1990: Loaned to Air Zoo, Kalamazoo, MI.
					By 1996: Restored to display status.At Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, Portage, MI, 
					on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				147601 Built for the US Army as a Piasecki Model PV-18 H-25A Army Mule, serial 51-16606
					Transferred to the US Navy as a HUP-3 Retriever, BuNo. 147601
					Redesignated UH-25C in 1962
					Struck off charge at NAF Litchfield Park, Arizona, USA on March 21, 1963
					To FAA registry as Piasecki HUP-3 N9693Z in 1965
					Sale reported: P.O. Box 1967, San Jose, Costa Rica, on February 11, 1978
					Photographed as derelict in Costa Rica, September 30, 2009
					On March 21, 2013, still listed as “Sale reported, P.O. Box 1967, San Jose, Costa Rica”, it was 
					finally cancelled from FAA registry
				147607 (MSN 39) Ordered by USAF but delivered to USA.
					11/30/53: TOS USA as H-25A 51-16610.  4/58: TOS USN as HUP-3 147607.
					Unknown date: Overhaul and Repair Facility, NAS Norfolk, VA
					Unknown date: Helicopter Utility Squadron 2 (HU-2), NAS Lakehurst, NJ.
					1961 to 1962: Detachments to USS Forrestal (CVA 59), USS Lake Champlain (CVS) 39, USS Saratoga (CVA 60), 
					and USS Randolph (CVS-15).
					7/6/62: Redesignated UH-25C.
					Ca.11/62: Stored at NAF, Litchfield Park, AZ.
					3/21/63: SOC. 
					Unknown date: Glen Hyde, Roanoke, TX with c/r N4953S
					2/88: National Museum of Naval Aviation, NAS Pensacola, FL.
					By 11/89: Restored and displayed.
					9/3/93: National Museum of Naval Aviation with c/r N4953S.
					12/11/12: C/r N4953S cancelled..
				147610 noted in restoration hangar at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA Sep 2002
				147626 to civil registration as N9696Z.  Registration revoked (believed in 1980s) and
					cancelled by FAA Jun 23, 2009.
				147628 (MSN 57). Reported Spring 2004 at Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, KS.
				147630 restored by Keystone Helicopter of WestChester, PA.  Now
					with Coulson Aircrane Ltd of Canada, but not airworthy.
147631/147635		Sikorsky HSS-1N Seabat 
				For Royal Netherlands Navy under MAP
				147631 (MSN 581145) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 141.  W/o Sep 22, 1965.
				147632 (MSN 581150) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 142.  Returned to MAAG  Sold by the Defense Supply Agency, 
					Wiesbaden, West Germany, July 1973; Groban Supply Co. Inc., Chicago; Carson Helicopters, Inc., 
					Perkasie, PA September 1973;  Registered N59329 16Dec74, cancelled 29Oct14
				147633 (MSN 581153) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 143.  Damaged in serious ground resoance accident Apr 2, 1968.  
					Preserved in derelict condition outside the Schwabisches Bauem und Technikmuseum
					Seiferstshafen, Escach, Germany.
				147634 (MSN 581158) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 144.  SOC 24Jun70; Returned to US Military Assistance 
					Advisory Group (MAAG), Netherlands; Sold by the Defense Supply Agency, Wiesbaden, West Germany, 
					July 1973; Groban Supply Co. Inc., Chicago, IL; Carson Helicopters, Inc., Perkasie, PA 
					September 1973; Registered N59330 16Dec74; New York Helicopter, Fleet No 6; Modified as S-58BT; 
					St Louis Helicopter Airways Inc, Chesterfield, MO 23Nov98; Sale reported Sellersburg, IN 4Jun 2008; 
					Registration cancelled 25Sep 2008
				147635 (MSN 581160) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 145.  Ditched near Gibraltar Jan 31, 1963.
147636/147647		Grumman S2F-1 Tracker
				Model G-89.  147636/147645 MSN 707/716.  All to Royal Netherlands Navy (Koninklijke Marine) as 146/155.  
				147636 (MSN 707) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 146, later to Turkish Navy as TCB-146.
					W/o Jul 17, 1986.
				147637 (MSN 708) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 147, later to Turkish Navy as TCB-147
				147638 (MSN 709) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 148, later to Turkish Navy as TCB-148
				147639 (MSN 710) to Royal Netherlands Navy aa 149
				147640 (MSN 711) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 150.  W/o Jan 11, 1962
				147641 (MSN 712) to Royal Netherlands Navy in 1960 as 151.  Modified to a UN-2N in December 1970. It was 
					decommisioned on 07 January 1976. Thereafter it went to the KLM Airlines technical school where 
					it was painted in KLM colors.  In 1976 to playground Bosbad Hoeven (NL).  Later to
					regional technical aviation schools (ROC Airport, Amsterdam) where the aircraft was completely overhauled
					and repaired.   In July 2007 it was shipped by boat to The Aviodrome museum at Lelystad Airpport. 
					It is now part of their collection. 28 April 2018 it was unveiled in its orgional MLD (Dutch navy) colours.
				147642 (MSN 713) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 152.  W/o Mar 18, 1963 Gibraltar. 2 crew killed.
				147643 (MSN 714) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 153.  Returned to USA in 1974.
				147644 (MSN 715) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 154, later to Turkish Navy as TCB-154.
					Was a gate guard at Topel NAS.  Now reported preserved at Naval Base at Golcuk, Turkey
				147645 (MSN 716) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 155.
				147646/147647 cancelled
147648/147668		Douglas A3D-2 Skywarrior 
				MSN 12412/12432.  Redesignated A-3B in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www,forgottenjets.warbird resourcegroup.org.
				147648 (MSN 12412) 4/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1960: VAH-4 as ZB-16.  1966: VAH-8 as NL-601.
					1966-67: VAH-2 as ZA-xxx.  6/1967: Converted to KA-3B tanker aircraft.  1967: VAH-2 as NL-602.
					10/1967: Converted to EKA-3B dual-use tanker/EW aircraft.  1967: VAW-13 as VR-25.  1969: VAQ-130 as AH-616.
					1971: VAQ-130 as NM-614.  VAQ-130 as NM-617.   VAQ-134 as NE-615.  1975: VAQ-208 as AF-653.
					1978: VAQ-208 as AF-613.  1982: VAQ-208 as AF-613.  1985-86: VAK-308 as ND-632.  1988: VAK-308 as ND-521.
					1989: VAK-208 as AF-521.  Currently preserved at NAS Key West, FL.
					Set to be salvaged in 2013.
				147649 (MSN 12413) 4/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1965: VAH-8 as NE-698  
					Converted by NARF Alamada to KA-3B tanker Jun 1967, 10/1967: Converted to EKA-3B dual-use tanker/EW aircraft.
					1971: VAQ-130 as NM-619. Or as NM-617 when lost?   Crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off Vinh,
					North Vietnam Jun 18, 1971 due to control failure
					while operating from Da Nang AB, South Vietnam with VAQ-130.  3 crewmen killed.
				147650 (MSN 12414) 4/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.   1960-61: VAH-4 as ZB-18.  1962: VAH-2 as NL-601.
					1964: VAH-2 as NL-6xx.  1965-66: VAH-2 as NL-601.  1966: VAH-2 as ZA-2.
					(VAH-2) crashed Oct 6, 1966 after midair collision with RA-5C 149288 while operating 
					from USS Enterprise CVN-65 off southern California.  Three crewmen killed.
				147651 (MSN 12415) 1961-62: VAH-6 as NG-1.  10/26/1962: While landing at night onboard USS Ranger CVA-61 
					in the Pacific Ocean, plane struck round-down which caused it to hop over arrestor lines and ditch into the sea 
					off the angled deck. Oddly, the wreck floated for so long that an escort destroyer had to ram it to sink it.
				147652 (MSN 12416) 5/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy. Or in 4/1960?  1962-63: VAH-6 as NG-2.
					1963: VAH-8 as NE-696.  1966-67: VAH-2 as ZA-112.
 					Converted by NARF Alameda to KA-3B tanker Jun 1967. 11/1967: Converted to EKA-3B dual-use tanker/EW aircraft.
					1968: VAQ-130 as AE-717.  1968: ? as VR-xx.  VAQ-130 as AE-017.  1974: VAQ-130 as TR-33 NAS Alameda, CA.
					To MASDC as 2A0096 Apr 2, 1974.  To AMCEP INC, Tucson AZ Mar 7, 1990.  Scrapped
				147653 (MSN 12417) 6/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962-63: VAH-6 as NG-3.
					1963-64: VAH-8 as NE-6xx   1966: VAH-8 as NL-613.
					Converted by NARF Alameda to KA-3B tankerJun 1967.  1967: VAH-8 as NL-613.  1967: VAH-8 as NK-1xx.
					Lost Nov 3, 1967 when bridle separated prematurely during catapult
					launch from USS Constellation (CVA-64) in Gulf of Tonkin with VAH-8 and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin.
					3 crewmen killed.
				147654 (MSN 12418) 6/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-6 as NG-4.  1963: VAH-8.
					(VAH-8) lost while operated off USS Midway CVA-41 in collision with mountain Dec 12, 1963.  
					On GCA to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines, A/C was too far left of centerline of the runway 
					and was waived off. It crashed at 1900 feet level of Mt Silanguin, Philippines. 3 crewmen killed.
				147655 (MSN 12419) 7/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1960: VAH-2.  1960-62: VAH-6 as NG-5.   1963: VQ-1.
					1965: VAH-123.   1965: VAH-2 as NL-604.  Converted by NARF Alameda to EKA-3B May 1967 
					1967: VAW-13 as NK-110.   1968: VAQ-130.  1969: VAQ-130 as VR-xx.  1970: VAQ-130 as VR-00.
					1970-71: VAQ-133 as NH-614.  1972-73: VAQ-130 as NM-613.  12/1974: Converted to KA-3B tanker aircraft.
					1974: VAQ-208 as AF-617.  VAQ-208 as AF-611.1979-82: VAK-208 as AF-615.
					Active in September 1982 coded AF-615 with VAK-208 supporting USMC Skyhawks in NATO Exercise 
					Northern Wedding.  Active in July 1988 coded AF-523 with VAK-208 at NAS Alameda, California. 
				147656 (MSN 12420) 7/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.   1962: VAH-6 as NG-6.  1965: VAH-2 as NL-604.
					VAH-2 as NL-606.  1966: VAH-2 as NE-602.  Converted to KA-3B tanker aircraft.
					Converted by NARF Alameda to EKA-3B May 1967 and to KA-3B Dec 1974. 
					5/1967: Converted to EKA-3B dual-use tanker/EW aircraft.  1967: VAH-2 as NL-604.
					1968: VAQ-130 as AE-716.  1974: VAQ-130 as NE-xxx.  VAQ-130 as NM-615.  VAK-208.  VAQ-308 as ND-636.
					1980: VAK-308 as ND-634.  1984-85: VAK-308 as ND-634.  7/1986: Struck off charge.
				147657 (MSN 12421) 8/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1961-62: VAH-6 as NG-7.  1964: VAH-2 as NL-810.
					Converted by NARF Alameda to KA-3B tanker Jun 1967 1967: VAH-2 as NL-610.
					1967: VAH-8 as NK-101.   1/1968: Converted to EKA-3B dual-use tanker/EW aircraft.
					To MASDC as 2A089 from VAQ-130 Feb 13, 1974.  Returned to service at NARF Alameda, CA May 20, 1975
					1979: VAQ-208 as AF-612.\  1980: VAK-208 as AF-612.  1989: VAK-208 as AF-522.
					Active in September 1978 with VAQ-208 at NAS Alameda, California coded AF-612 and 
					took part in NATO Exercise Northern Wedding. With VAK-208 coded AF-522 in September 1989 
					Converted back to KA-3B tanker
					Back to AMARC as 2A0118 Sep 27, 1989.  Cockpit separated from rest of aircraft
					and to Southern Utah Air Museum, Washington, UT Nov 10, 2004 and is stored in Utah.
					Fuselage to HVF West, Tucson, AZ and scrapped.  Cockpit currently preserved at the Kalamazoo Air Zoo, MI.
				147658 (MSN 12422) 8/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-6 as NG-8.
					1964-65: VAH-2 as NL-811.  1965-66: VAH-2 as ZA-811.  1967: VAH-8 as NK-102.
					Converted by NARF Alameda to KA-3B tanker Jun 1967 1967: VAH-8 as NK-102.
					3/1968: Converted to EKA-3B dual-use tanker/EW aircraft.  1968: VAQ-130 as NE-721.
					1968-69: VAQ-130 as NE-616.  1970: VAQ-130 as NM-616.  1971-72: VAQ-130 as NG-616.
					To MASDC as 2A0090 Feb 13, 1974.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  Scrapped Sep 17, 2008.
				147659 (MSN 12423) 9/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-6 as NG-9.  1965: VAH-2 as NL-812.
					Converted to KA-3B tanker aircraft.  Converted by NARF Alameda to EKA-3B Jun 1967.  VAH-13 as VR-721.
					1968: VAQ-130 as AH-10.  1970: VAQ-130 as VR-771.  VAQ-130 as AE-016.  1972: VAQ-130 as NM-616.
					To MASDC as 2A0079 Oct 16, 1973.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  Scrapped Sep 17, 2008
				147660 (MSN 12424) 9/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1961-62: VAH-6 as NG-10.
					1965: VAH-2 as NL-602..
					Converted by NARF Alameda to KA-3B tanker Jun 1967. To EKA-3B dual-use tanker/EW aircraft Nov 1967.
  					1969: VAQ-130 as VR-616.  1970-71: VAQ-133 "Wizards" as NH-615.  VAQ-130 as NG-614.
					VAK-130 as ND-630  1966: VAH-8 as NL-602
					To MASDC as 2A0102 May 30, 1974.  Returned to service.  
					1975: VAQ-308 as ND-635.  1978: VAQ-308 as ND-630.  1981-82: VAQ-308 as ND-630.
					9/9/1983: Struck off charge at NARF Alameda, CA.  Salvaged at NAS Alameda, CA
				147661 (MSN 12425) 10/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1961: VAH-6 as NG-11.
					Lost Sep 14, 1961 with VAH-6 USS Ranger (CVA-61), Applying full power
					after a wave off the A/C struck the ramp. After a second bounce the A/C became airborne 
					the engines ceased and the plane hit the water 1000 yds ahead of the ship. 
					Crew escaped underwater thru the broken fuselage. Rescued in 13 minutes.
				147662 (MSN 12426) 10/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy, October 1960.
					Assigned to VAH-6 as NG-12, 1961-1962.
					Lost Nov 13, 1962 off USS Ranger CVA-61 with VAH-6.  Lost at sea Medium range strike 
					on Kahoolawe; detached buddy (A4) and aircraft failed to make scheduled time on target 
					and then failed to return to CVA for recovery. SAR found wreakage but no crew members.
				147663 (MSN 12427) converted by NARF Alameda to EKA-3B dual-use tanker/EW aircraft Jun 1967.
					1968:    VAW-13 "Zappers" as AE-715.  1969-70: VAQ-133 as NK-616.  1971: VAQ-135 as AE-801.  
					1971-72: VAQ-135 "Black Ravens" as AB-611.
					VAQ-308.  NAS Alameda, CA  Converted to KA-3B tanker Sep 1974
					To MASDC as 2A0114 Jun 14, 1978.  Scrapped
				147664 (MSN 12428) 11/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1965: VAH-2 as NL-604
					(VAH-2) lost Feb 24, 1965 off USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) due to fuel transfer problem during
					tanker rendezvous.  Crashed into Gulf of Tonkin.  All 3 crew bailed out, but only 2 were rescued 
					by Navy UH-2A helicopter.
				147665 (MSN 12429) 12/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.   1962-65: VAH-2 as NL-605.  VAH-13 as VR-723.
					6/1967: Converted to KA-3B tanker aircraft.  7/1967: Converted to EKA-3B dual-use tanker/EW aircraft.
					VAQ-130 as AB-611.  1970: VAQ-133 as NH-616.  1973-74: VAQ-130 as AB-614.
					To MASDC as 2A091 Feb 13,  1974.   Jan 15, 1976: to NARF Alameda, CA and returned to service.
					1976: VAQ-208 as AF-611.  Converted back to KA-3B Feb 1976.  1981-88: VAK-208 as AF-611
					Crashed into water of Pyramid Lake, NV with VAK-208 Jan 13, 1988.  3 killed.
				147666 (MSN 12430) converted by NARF Alameda to EKA-3B Jul 1967.  
					VAW 13 USS Constellation CV-64.  During night carrier
					quals A/C did 3 uncontrolled snap rolls. During 2nd roll pilot called bailout 
					but recovered on the 3rd roll.  The E/N had blown the O/H hatch, bailed out and 
					was rescued by the helo.  Aircraft landed safely at NAS Mirama Apr 7, 1968,
					VAH-13 as NK-111.  VAQ-134 as NE-616.  1971: VAQ-135 "Black Ravens" as AE-802.  1974: VAQ-130 as NE-611.
					To KA-3B Nov 1974.  1981: VAK-308 as ND-635.  1987: VAQ-308 as ND-523.  On display at 
					Western Aerospace Museum, Oakland, CA, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				147667 (MSN 12431) 1/1961: Delivered to the United States Navy.   VX-5.   1963: VAH-2 as NL-607.
					VAH-4 as ZB-22.  1965: VAH-8 as NE-695.  1966: VAH-2 as ZA-114.
					Converted by NARF Alameda to KA-3B tanker Jun 1967, 1967: VAH-2 as NL-607.
					7/1967: Converted to EKA-3B dual-use tanker/EW aircraft  1968: VAW-13 as VR-27.
					1969: VAQ-130 as VR-xx.  1970: VAQ-134 as NE-616.  1972: VAQ-135 as AB-610.
					1974: VAQ-130 as NE-612.  1979: VAQ-208 as AF-614.   1981-82: VAK-208 as AF-614.
					VAK-308.  VAQ-33.  1989: Withdrawn from use.  012: Salvaged at NAS Alameda, CA. .
				147668 (MSN 12432) 1/1961: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-2.
					(VAH-2) crashed into mountain in central Luzon near NAS Cubi Point, Philippines Jan 13, 1962 
					while operated off USS Coral Sea CVA-43
147669/147849		Douglas A4D-2N Skyhawk 
				MSN 12433/12613 (El Segundo numbers).  Redesignated A-4C in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				147669 (MSN 12433) 1960-61: VMA-211.  1961-63: VMA-121. 1963: VMA-223.  1963: VMA-211.  1963-64: H&MS-15.
					1964-65: VA-195.  1965: VMA-224.  1965-66: VMA-311.  1966: VMA-331.  1966: VMA-224.
					1966-67: VMA-211.  1967: VMA-311.  1967: VMA-121.  1967: VMA-211.   1967: VMA-223.
					1968: VMA-223 as WP-4   1968: VMA-121.  2/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VMAT-102.
					1970: NARTU Glenview, IL as 7V-57.  1970-71: VA-209 as AF-6.  1973-75: VC-12 as JY-6.  To Malaysia Sep 26, 1983.
					To MASDC as 3A0460 Dec 17 1975.  Registered May 12, 2005 as N135AT.  N135AT seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				147670 (MSN 12434) 1961: VA-43.  1961: VA-72.  1962-63: VA-66.  1963: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.
					1963-64: VMA-224 as WK-11.  1964-67: VA-64  1967: VA-15 as AK-212
					(VA-15 attached to USS Intrepid (CVS-11))) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Aug 1, 1967.  
					Pilot ejected over Gulf of Tonkin and recovered by Navy helicopter.
				147671 (MSN 12435) 1960-61: VMA-211.  1961-63: VMA-121.  1963-64: VMA-223.  1964-65: VMA-121.  1965-66: VMA-214.
					1966: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-223.  1966-67: VMA-121.  1967: VMA-211.  1967-68: VMA-223.
					1968-69: VMA-121.  1969-70: VMAT-102.  1/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-203.
					1971-76: VMA-142 as MB-11, NAS Cecil Field, FL
					To MASDC as 3A0474 Feb 18, 1976. (N142AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.  Now up for
					sale as bits and pieces.  Deregistered Mar 10, 2010.
				147672 (MSN 12436) 1960-62: VMA-225..  w/o Feb 27, 1962
				147673 (MSN 12437) 1960-66: VA-125 as NJ-538.   1966: VA-172 as AJ-304.  1966-67: VA-172 as AB-309.
					1968-69: VA-172.  1970-71: VA-172 as AJ-304.  1971-75: VMA-134.  
					To MASDC from VMA-133, NAS Alameda, CA as 3A0446 Nov 13, 1975.  To Malaysia under FMS Jan 10, 1983
				147674 (MSN 12438) 1960-61: VMA-211.  1961-64: VMA-121.  1964: VMA-223.  1964: VA-112 as NH-4xx.
					1965-66: VA-112 as AJ-512.   1966: VA-112 as NH-4xx.
					Crashed into sea  after midair with F-4B 152995 off Southern California Oct 19, 1966
				147675 (MSN 12439) 1960-61: VMA-225.  1961: VMA-242.  1961: H&MS-14.  1961: VMA-332.
					1961-62: VMA-224.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962-63: VMA-332.  1963: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.
					1963-65: VMA-224.  1965: H&MS-14.  1965-66: VMA-225.  1966: VA-125.  1966-68: VMA-332.
					1968-69: VMA-324.  1969: MARTD Alameda, CA.  1970: VMA-134.  1973: VMA-134.
					1975: VMA-133 as ME-00, NAS Alameda, CA.  Converted to A-4L.
					To MASDC as 3A0441 Nov 4, 1975.  To Malaysia under FMS Jan 24, 1983.  At Marana Northwest RAP, AZ Mar 2007
				147676 (MSN 12440) 1960-61: VMA-225.   Crashed into sea Dec 30, 1961 off Guantanamo Bay, Cuba after midair 
					conlision with A-4C 145134 
				147677 (MSN 124441) 1960-62: VMA-225. 1962-63: VMA-242.  1963-64: VMA-332.  1964-65: VMA-224.  1965-66: VA-44.  1966: VA-172 as AB-xxx.
					(VA-172 attached to USS Franklin D Roosevelt (CVA-42)) crashed due to engine failure over 
					South China Sea Jul 31, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				147678 (MSN 12442) 1960: VMA-225.   1962-63: VMA-225.  1963-64: VMA-332.  1964-65: VMA-224.
					1965-67: VA-36 as NG-715.  1967-68: VA-55 as NK-500.  1968: VA-216.  1969-71: VC-5 as UE-25.
					Converted to A-4L?  1971: VA-305.   1972: VMA-322 as QR-65.  1974: VMA-131 as QG-10.
					'QG-10' A-4C VMA-131 (1974 photo). 10/16/1974: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN. Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
					4/1993: Salvaged at NAS Memphis, TN.
				147679 (MSN 12443) 1960-61: VA-195 as NM-504.  Crashed into the rounddown Jul 19, 1961while attempting to land on 
					USS Bon .Homme Richard CV-31 off the Philippines.  Pilot was killed.
				147680 (MSN 12444) 1960-61: VA-192.  1961: VA-153.  1967: NADC.  Converted to A-4L?  1974: NADC.
					7/23/1974: Written off at NAF Warminster, PA.
				147681 (MSN 12445) This plane entered service with the Navy on 2/25/60 based out of NAS Moffett Field, CA, with 
					Attack Squadron 192 (VA-192). While there it served aboard the USS Bon CVA-31 Richard for a 
					couple tours, and then the squadron transferred to NAS Lemoore Field, CA in Jan 1962, and took 
					sea duty with the Bon Homme Richard CVA-31 two more times until the plane was assigned to NAS Lemoore 
					(with no squadron noted) on 3/25/65.  In May 1965 it was assigned to MCAS El Toro, CA, with 
					HQ & Maintenance Squadron 15 (HMS-15), and with Detachment N it deployed on the USS Hornet 
					on 7/1/65 until 2/9/66 when it was assigned to NAS Atsugi, Japan. On 3/11/66 the plane 
					transferred to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines. On 4/9/66, the plane went on board the USS Intrepid 
					with VA-94 for combat over Vietnam. Later that month the squadron changed to the USS Hancock CVA-19. 
					On 5/2/67 the plane was back at NAS Atsugi until departing for NAS Cecil Field, FL, to join 
					VA-34 on 10/3/67. On 1/8/68 the plane was assigned to VA-66, also at Cecil, and 
					deployed immediately on board the USS Intrepid for combat over Vietnam until ending  
					deployment on 4/16/68. On 6/5/69 VA-66 again deployed to Vietnam, this time aboard USS Forrestal CVA-59 
					until August 26th when the plane transferred to VA-12 aboard the USS Shangri La for 
					operating over Vietnam. On 3/18/70, while still fighting the war in South Vietnam, VA-12 
					transferred to USS Independence. On 1/20/71 the plane joined VA-305 at NAS Point Mugu, CA. 
					On May 25, 1971 the plane was sent to the boneyard at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as 3A0337 until the Navy 
					struck IT off strength in July 1974. It was then salvaged at NAS Fallon, NV, where a pilot 
					who had flown the plane in Vietnam found it dismantled a couple decades later. On Oct 23, 2012 he 
					acquired it for his personal museum at Wasta, SD, restoring it and marking it as it appeared 
					during the Vietnam War while operating off of the USS Hancock CVA-19 .
				147682 (MSN 12446) 1960-61: VA-192 as NM-203.  1962: H&MS-12.  1962-63: VA-195.  1963-64: H&MS-15.  1964-65: VA-125.
					1965: VA-192 as NM-205.  (VA-192 attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) shot down by ground fire 
					over North Vietnam Nov 23, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				147683 (MSN 12447) 1960-65: VA-43.  1965: VA-44.  1965: VA-22 as NE-22x.  1966: VA-192 as NM-200.
					1966-67: VA-56 as NG-400.  1967: VA-195 as NM-511.  1967-68: VA-146 as NK-6xx.  1968: VA-76 as AG-306.
					12/21/1968: Lost at sea on a flight off USS Independence CVA-62 in the Mediterranean Sea. Pilot presumed killed
				147684 (MSN 12448) 1960: VMA-225.  1960: VMA-533.  1960-61: VMA-242.
					Crashed Nov 30, 1961 into the Newport River, NC after a collision with A-4C 145138. 
				147685 (MSN 12449) 1960-63: VA-43.   1963-64: VA-12 as AB-4xx.  1964-65: VA-44.  1965-68: VA-125.
					1968-69: VSF-1 as AG-5xx.  1969-73: VC-7 as UH-06.  To MASDC from VC-1 as 3A0369 Jul 5, 1973. 
					To Barry Goldwater Range, Gila Bend, AZ as range target Aug 19, 1983
				147686 (MSN 12450) 1960-63: VA-43.  1963: VA-83.
					1963: VA-44.  Crashed while landing on USS Forrestal CVA-59 23 Aug 1963 off Cape Hatteras, NC.  Pilot was killed
				147687 (MSN 12451) 1960-61: VA-192.  1962-63: VA-195 as NM-506.  1966: VA-144.  1966: VA-94.
					1967: VA-22.  1967: VA-94.  1967-68: VA-36.  1968-70: VA-66.  1970-71: VA-12 as AJ-407.
					1971: VA-303.  1971: VA-305.  To MASDC as 3A0352 Feb 25, 1972.
				147688 (MSN 12452) 1960-61: VA-192 as NM-210. 1962-63: VA-112 as NH-206.  1964: VA-112.  1965: VA-112 as AJ-506.
					1966: VA-112.   1966: VA-36.  1967-68: VA-36 as AE-514.  1968: VA-15 as AA-416.  1969: VA-15.  1969: VA-66.
					1969-70: VA-44.  1970-71: VC-4 as JF-14.  Mar 10, 1971: Crashed near Edenton, NC.
				147689 (MSN 12453) 1960-63: VA-43.  1964: VMA-332.  1964-65: VMA-533.  1965-66: VMA-225.
					1966-67: VA-144 as NH-306.  1967: VA-76.  1967-68: VA-195 as NM-503.
					9/18/1968: Crashed near Dinuba, CA. Pilot was killed.
				147690 (MSN 12454) 1960-61: VA-192 as NM-205.  1965: VA-216.  1967-68: VA-146 as NK-600.  1968: VA-36.
					1968-69: VA-66.  1969-70: VA-12.  1970: NARTU Memphis, TN.  6/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-204.
					1971-76: VMA-124 NAS Memphis, TN.  Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  To MASDC as 3A0463 Jan 11, 1976. 
					To Malaysia under FMS Sep 26, 1983.  Seen at  DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.  
					Registered N143AT Jun 30, 2008 with A-4L LLC Costa Mesa,CA.
				147691 (MSN 12455) 1960-61: VA-43.  1966: VA-192.  1966-67: VA-112.  1967: VA-94.  1967-69: VA-76.
					1969-71: VC-7.  1971-73: MARTD Atlanta, GA.  1973-74: VT-86.  4/22/1974: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.
					10/1998: Withdrawn from use at Montgomery Field, CA?
				147692 (MSN 12456) 1960-61: VA-195 as NM-511.  1962: VA-195 as NM-xxx.
					Crashed into sea 21 Aug 1962 while attempting to land on USS Bon Homme Richard.CVA-31 Pilot was killed  Location ?
				147693 (MSN 12457) 1960-62: VA-43.  1963: VA-43.  1963-66: VA-64 as AE-608.  Dec 3, 1966: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
				147694 (MSN 12458) 1960-62: VA-44.  W/o May 3, 1962   Location ?
				147695 (MSN 12459) 1960-62: VA-44.  1964: VA-153 as NL-xxx.  9/24/1964: Crashed while landing on the USS Coral Sea CVA-43
				147696 (MSN 12460) 1960-61: VA-192 as NM-211  1962-64: VA-192 as NM-2xx.  1965: VA-22 as NE-221.
					1965-66: VA-113 as NH-301.  1966-67: VA-36.  1967-68: VA-66.  1968-69: VA-15.  1969: VA-64 as AG-605.
					1969-70: NARTU Jacksonville, FL.  1970: NARTU Memphis, TN.  1970: VA-204.
					To MASDC from VA-95 as 3A0303 Jan 26, 1971.  To DMI, Tucson, AZ Jul 25, 1983.  
					To Malaysia under FMS but never delivered.  Seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.  Seen at Coolidge
					MAP, AZ Oct 2006.  To civil registry as N144AT Nov 1, 2017, cancelled Mar 6, 2021
				147697 (MSN 12461) 1960-63: VA-44.  1963-66: VA-106.  1966: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-34.  1967-70: VA-172.
					1970: NARTU Jacksonville, FL.  Jun 2, 1971: Struck off charge at NARF Jacksonville, FL
				147698 (MSN 12462) 1960-65: VA-44.  1965-66: VA-22.  1966: VA-172.  1966: VA-56.
					1966-67: VA-112 as NH-411.  1967: VA-94 as NF-416.  1968-69: VA-216 as NL-605  1969-70: VC-5.
					1970: VA-172.  1970-71: VA-45 as AU-661.  1971-73: VMA-134.
					To MASDC as 3A0366 Apr 18, 1973. To Bsrry Goldwater Range, Gila Bend, AZ as range target Aug 22, 1983
				147699 (MSN 12463) 1960-64: VA-192 as NM-209.  Crashed Feb 11, 1964 into Pacific Ocean. Pilot was killed.
				147700 (MSN 12464) 1960: VA-93.   1961-62: VA-93 as NG-300.  W/o Aug 17, 1692  Location ?
				147701 (MSN 12465) 1960-68: VA-125 as NJ-537.  1968-69: VSF-1 as AG-531.  1969-71: VC-7.  1971: VMA-134.  
					1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.  1973-74: VT-86.  5/23/1974: Struck off charge at NATF Lakehurst, NJ.
					parked at NAS Lakehurst, NJ in fairly bad shape.  Awaiting final disposition
					by the National Museum of Naval Aviation.
				147702 (MSN 12466) 1960: VA-44.  1960-61: VA-46.  1961-64: VA-44.  1964-65: VA-46.  1965-66: VA-44.
					1966-67: VA-46.  1967: VA-12.  1967: VA-44.  1967-70: VA-83.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.
					1970-71: VA-305 as ND-512 NAS Alameda, CA   To MASDC as 3A0339 Jun 2, 1971. 
					To Pueblo, CO for display Feb 9, 1979.  Now at Pueblo Weisbrod Museum, Pueblo, CO, on loan from
					National Naval Aviation Museum
				147703 (MSN 12467) 1960-61: VA-44.  1961-62: VA-36.  1962-64: VA-72 as AG-309.
					1964-65: VA-44.  1965: VA-22.  1965-66: VMA-311.  1966: VMA-214.  1966-67: VA-144.
					1967-68: VSF-1 as AG-503.   1969-70: VC-7.  1/1970: Converted to A-4L. 1970: VA-203.
					1974-75: VC-5.  1975: VC-7.   To MASDC as 3A0402 Aug 13, 1975.  
					To Malaysia for conversion to A-4PTM M32-38, , TA-4PTM.
				147704 (MSN 12468) 1960-62: VA-43.  1962: VA-64.  1962-63: VA-43.  1963: VA-83.  1963-65: VA-76 as NE-501.
					1965: VA-76 as AE-501.   1966: VA-76 as NG-xxx(
					VA-76 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) crashed on slope of mountainside in thick fog, 
					Duc Pho, Quang Ngai Province, South Vietnam Jan 2, 1966.  Pilot killed.  
				147705 (MSN 12469) 3/1960: Delivered to the US Navy.  1960: VMA-225. 1960: VMA-533.
					Crashed 20 Sep 1960 into Pamlico Sound, NC
				147706 (MSN 12470) 1960-68: VA-125.  1968-70: VA-95.  2/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970-71: VA-209 as AF-612.  1973-76: VC-12 as JY-5.  To MASDC as 3A0480 Apr 22, 1976.  
					To Malaysia Feb 22, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM M32-28,  TA-4PTM.
				147707 (MSN 12471) 1960: VA-125. W/o 16 Aug 1960 in crash 7 miles SE of NAS Fallon, NV.   Pilot killed
				147708 (MSN 12472) 1960-63: VA-44. 1963-66: VA-76.  1966-67: VA-144.   1967: VSF-1.
					1969-70: VC-7.  1/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-71: VA-209.  1973: VC-7 as UH-35.
					1973-75: VC-12 as JY-7.  1975-76: VC-2.  1976-78: VA-204.  Jan 4, 1978: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.
					On display at Aviation Museum of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
					Sep 2006, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.  Painted
					in Blue Angels colors.
				147709 (MSN 12473) 1960-61: VMA-225.  1961: VMA-242.  1961-62: VMA-225 as CE-13.
					1963: VMA-225.  1963-64: VMA-332.  1964-65: VMA-224 as WK-17. 1965-66: VA-36 as NG-716.
					1966-67: VA-56.   1967: VA-76 as NP-688  .(VA-76 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) 
					shot down by SAM near Hun Yen, Hai Hung Province, NVN Jul 14, 1967.  Pilot ejected and taken POW.
				147710 (MSN 12474) 1960-63: VA-195 as NM-509.  1964-65: VA-192.  1965: VA-146.
					1965-66: VA-93 as NG-310.  1966: VA-55.  1967: VA-55 as NK-515.  1967: VA-93 as NG-310.
					1968-69: VA-36 as AK-516.  1969: VSF-1 as AU-02.  1969-70: VA-23.  3/13/1970: Written off.
					Salvaged at NATF Lakehurst, NJ
				147711 (MSN 12475) 1960-63: VA-125,  Crashed 2 Mar 1963 near Tulare, CA
				147712 (MSN 12476) 1960-65: VA-195 as NM-503.  1965: VA-216 as NP-6xx.  1966-67: VA-195 as NM-5xx.  1967: VA-146 as NK-605.
					(VA-146 attached to USS Constellation (CVA-64)) shot down by ground fire N of Thanh Hoa Province, 
					North Vietnam Jun 30, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became POW.  He was tortured and suffered additional injuries.
				147713 (MSN 12477) 1960-61: VMA-211.  1961-62: VMA-121.  Crashed 27 Nov 1961 or 1962? near Palatka, FL.  Pilot was killed.
				147714 (MSN 12478) 1960: VA-195 as NM-5xx.  1960-64: VA-93 as NG-302.  1964: VA-93 as NG-302.
					1964-66: VA-112 as AJ-504.  1966-67: VA-76 as NP-6xx.  1967: VA-55 as NK-5xx.  1967: VA-22 as NE-2xx.
					1967: VA-112 as NH-4xx.  1967-69: VA-44.  1969-70: NARTU New York, NY.  1970: VSF-76 as AW-6xx.
 					To MASDC as 3A0285 Oct 31, 1970. To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Nov 11, 1974. 
					To Argentine AF Nov 1974 as A-4Q C-301  1982: Grupo 4.
					5/30/1982: Shot down by a Sea Dart SAM from HMS Exeter near the Falklands Islands. Pilot was killed.
				147715 (MSN 12479) 1960-61: VA-93 as NG-3xx.  1961-67: VA-125.  1967: VA-112 as NH-4xx.  1967-68: VA-125.
					1968: VA-873.  1968-69: VA-125.  1969-73: VC-7 as UH-03.  7/13/1973: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Noted Mar 2006 at National Museum of Naval Aviation,
					Pensacola, FL.  Noted 2008 at OV10 Bronco Museum, Ft Worth, TX, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				147716 (MSN 12480) 1960-61: VMA-211   1961-62: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224.
					Caught fire and crashed 22 Jan 1963 near Tulare, CA
				147717 (MSN 12481) 1960-62: VA-94 as NG-4xx.  1962-64: VA-94 as NG-401.  1964-67: VA-113 as NG-315.
					1967: VA-81.  1968: VA-81 as AB-404.  1969-70: VA-81.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1970: VA-303.
					8/1970: Converted to A-4L   1970-71: VA-205.  Nov 11, 1971: Written off.
				147718 (MSN 12482) 1960-61: VA-93.  1962-63: VA-93 as NG-304.   1963-65: VA-153.  1965-66: VA-22 as NE-225
					(VA-22 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) lost in non-combat accident Nov 11, 1966.  Pilot ejected but
					was rescued.  Plane collided with an A-4C which was his wingman.  Fate of other aircraft unknown.
				147719 (MSN 12483) 1960-61: VA-94.  1962-66: VA-94 as NG-402.  1967: VA-55. 1967: VA-146 as NK-606.
					(VA-146) crashed into sea due to engine failure right after launch from USS Constellation (CVA-64) 
					in Gulf of Tonkin Aug 8, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued
				147720 (MSN 12484) 1960: VA-93.  1961-62: VA-93 as NG-305.  1963-64: VA-93.  1965-66: VA-93 as NG-305
					1966: VA-55.  1967-68: VA-55 as NK-503.  1968: VA-216 as NL-xxx. Or with VA-152 when lost?
					Apr 5, 1968: Flamed out and crashed into San Francisco Bay near Brooks Island.
				147721 (MSN 12485) 1960-66: VA-93 as NG-306.  1966-67: VA-55.  1967: VA-22.  1967: VA-195.
					1967-68: VA-112 as NH-401.  1969: VA-112 as AH-401.  1969-70: VMAT-102.  1970-71: VMA-322 as 5Z-54.
					To MASDC as 3A0267 Aug 11, 1970.
				147722 (MSN 12486) 1960-61: VA-125 as NJ-536.  1962-65: VA-125.  1965-66: VA-93 as NG-314.
					1966-68: VMA-332.  1968-69: VMA-324.  1969: MARTD Alameda, CA.
					To MASDC as 3A0375 Sep 5, 1973.  FMS to Malaysia Aug 25, 1983
				147723 (MSN 12487) 1960-61: VA-93.  1962-64: VA-93 as NG-307.  1964: VA-216.  1964-65: VA-113.
					1965-66: VA-93 as NG-310.  1966: VA-113 as NH-312.  1966-67: VA-146.  1967-68: VA-36.  1968-70: VA-66.
					1970: NARTU New York, NY.  1970-71: VMA-131.  1/1971: Converted to A-4L.  1971: VA-204 as AF-405.
					1975: VA-204 as AF-405.  Jun 11, 1975: Written off.. Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				147724 (MSN 12488) 1960-63: VMA-225.  1963-64: VMA-332.  1964-65: VMA-224.  1965-66: VA-36 as NG-714.
					1966-67: VA-56 as NG-4xx.
					(VA-56 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) collided in midair with A-4C 145087 over Gulf of Tonkin 
					Jan 14, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.  Pilot of 145087 was killed.
				147725 (MSN 12489) 1960: VRF-31.  W/o 8 Aug 1960 in  landing accident at El Paso Airport, TX
				147726 (MSN 12490) 1960-65: VA-46 as AK-502.  1965-66: VA-46 as AC-5xx.  1966: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-34 as AC-3xx.
					1967: VA-172 as AB-319.  1967: VA-44.  1967-68: VA-83 as AJ-3xx.  1968-70: VA-83 as AB-303.  1970: VMA-134.  
					1970-71: VMA-142 as 5F-33.  1971: VMA-133.  1971-74: VT-86.  1974-75: VC-2 as JE-14, NAS Virginia Beach, VA
					To MASDC as 3A0406 Aug 29, 1975.  7/1983: Sold to the Malaysian AF.  Salvaged in Kissimmee, FL.
				147727 (MSN 12491) 1961: VA-113.  1962-64: VA-113 as NH-307.  1965-66: VA-113 as NH-3xx.  1966-68: VA-55 as NK-511.
					1968: VA-216.  1968-69: VA-36.  1969: VA-106 as AG-303.  1969: MARTD Alameda, CA. 1970-71: VMA-134.  
					1/1971: Converted to A-4L.  1971-74: VA-205 as AF-503.  1975: VA-204.
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  11/22/1977: Struck off charge at NAS Lemoore, CA. 
					In 2010 was mounted on a pylon at Municipal Airport, Porterville, CA
				147728 (MSN 12492) 1960-61: VMA-332.  1961: VMA-242.  1961-63: H&MS-14.  1963-64: VMA-332.
					1964-65: VMA-224.  1965-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-172 as AB-308.  1967: VA-56.   1967-68: VA-22.  1968: VSF-1 as AG-507.
					1969-73: VC-7 as UH-11.  1974-75: VC-7.  To MASDC as 3A0396 Mar 28, 1975.  To NPRO, Long Beach, CA Jul 2, 1976
				147729 (MSN 12493) 1960-61: VA-43 as AD-301.  Crashed 26 Oct 1961 near Stumpy Point, NC.  Pilot was killed.
				147730 (MSN 12494) 1960-64: VA-94 as NG-403.   W/o 6 Mar 1963 in crash 8 miles W. of Tulare, CA
				147731 (MSN 21495) 1960-63: VA-44.  1963: VA-76 as NG-512.  1964-66: VA-76.  1966-67: VA-55.   1967-68: VA-112.
					1968: VA-873.  1969: VA-216.  1969-71: VMAT-102.  1971: VMA-322.  1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.  1973: VT-86.
					1973: VC-2 as JE-17 NAS Virginia Beach, VA
					To MASDC as 3A0421 Sep 15, 1975.  To Singapore AF Jan 17, 1080 as A-4SU with serial 980.
				147732 (MSN 12496) 1960: VA-93.  1961-63: VA-93 as NG-308.  1964-65: VA-93 as NG-3xx.  1965-66: VA-93 as NG-308.  1966: VA-153 as NL-304.
					(VA-153 attached to USS Constellation (CVA-64)) shot down by AAA or pilot became distracted 
					and flew into ground over North Vietnam Jul 6, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				147733 (MSN 12497) 1960-63: VA-44.  1963-64: VA-36 as xx-612.  1964-66: VA-64.  1966: VA-36.
					1966-68: VA-64.  1969: VA-64 as AG-610.  1969-70: NARTU Memphis, TN.  1970-71: VMA-124.
					1971: VA-305.  1972-73: VC-7.
					Jul 3, 1973: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Noted Feb 2005 at Arkansas Air Museum,
					Fayetteville, AR on loan from NMNA.
				147734 (MSN 12498) 1958-60: VA-43 as AD-308.  1961-64: VA-43.   1964: VA-36.  1964-65: VA-44.  1965-66: VA-64 as AE-601.
					1965-66: VA-125.  1966: VA-146.  1966-67: VA-113 as NG-313.  1967-68: VA-112 as NH-412.  1969-70: VA-23.
					1970-71: VA-12 as AJ-413.  1971: VA-305.  To MASDC as 3A0359 Mar 8, 1972. 
					To Barry Goldwater Range, Gila Bend, AZ Aug  19, 1983 as range target
				147735 (MSN 12499) 1960-63: VA-94.  1964-65: VA-94 as NG-404.   1966: VA-153 as NL-306.  1966-67: VA-172 as AB-303.
					1968: VA-172.  1969-70: VA-172 as AJ-303.  1970: NARTU Jacksonville, FL.  1970: MARTD New York, NY.
					NARTU ? as 5W-7.  VMA-511.  1970-71: VMA-131.  1972: VMA-131 as 5W-07.  1973-74: VMA-131 as QG-07.
					1975: VMA-131.
					(VMA-131) crashed in rural Northampton Township, Pennsylvania Mar 1, 1975 due to engine failure.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				147736 (MSN 12500) 1960-62: VA-94.  1963-65: VA-94 as NG-405.  1965-66: VA-93 as NG-40x.  1966-68: VA-125.
					1968-69: VA-36 as AK-520.  1969: VA-106 as AG-302.  1969-70: NARTU New York, NY.  6/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970: VA-204 as AF-410 NAS New Orleanss, LA   To MASDC as 3A0429 Oct 6, 1975.  
					To Malaysia for conversion to A-4PTM M32-33, TA-4PTM.
				147737 (MSN 12501) 1960-65: VA-94 as NG-406.  1965-66: VA-22 as NE-224.
					(VA-22 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) shot down by ground fire near Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam Oct 4, 1966.  
					Pilot ejected and became POW.
				147738 (MSN 12502) 1963: VA-94 as NG-407  1964: VA-153.  1964-65: VA-93 as NG-302.  1965: VA-125.
					1965-66: VA-93 as NG-302.
					(VA-93 attached to USS Enterprise CVN-65)) lost in accident over Gulf of Tonkin
					Mar 23, 1966.  Pilot killed.
				147739 (MSN 12503) 1960-62: VA-46.  1962: VMA-225 as CE-14.  1963-64: VMA-225.  1964-66: VMA-533.
					1966: H&MS-14.  1966-67: VA-144 as NH-307.  1967-68: VA-112.  1968-69: VA-95 as AB-xxx.
					6/14/1969: Crashed into the Bay of Naples, Italy
				147740 (MSN 12504) 1960-61: VA-94.  1962-64: VA-94 as NG-408.  1964-66: VA-94 as NG-401
					(VA-94 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) shot down by SA-2 over Vinh, North Vietnam Mar 17, 1966.  
					Pilot ejected and became POW.
				147741 (MSN 12505) 1960: VA-46 as AK-401.   1961: VA-46.  1962: VA-46 as AK-501.  1963-64: VA-46.
					1965-66: VA-46 as AK-501.  1966: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-34.  1967: VA-172 as AB-320.  1967: VA-44.  
					1967-70: VA-83 as AB-304.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1970: VA-305 as ND-501 NAS Alameda, CA
					1971: MARTD Glenview, IL. To MASDC from VA-305 as 3A0321 Mar 19, 1971. 
					To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Dec 11, 1974.   To Argentina as A-4P C-321
					Grupo 4.  1983: Grupo 5.  Mar 10, 1995: Crashed near San Luis due to engine failure. Pilot was killed.
				147742 (MSN 12506) 1960-62: VA-94.  1963-65: VA-94 as NG-409.  1965-66: VA-95.  1966-68: VA-125.  1968: VMA-214.
					1969: VMA-214 as WE-24.  1970: VMA-214.  1970-71: VMA-142.  1971-72: VMA-543/MARTD Glenview, IL.
					To MASDC as 3A0351 Feb 8, 1972.  To Singapore Oct 29, 1980 for conversion to TA-4SU with serial 900.
					In 2010 was on display ouside RSAF Museum, Paya Lebar Air Base, Singapore.
				147743 (MSN 12507) 1960-65: VA-93 as NG-309  1965-66: VA-153 as NL-316.  1967-68: VA-112 as NH-415.
					1968: VA-873.  1968-69: VA-125.  1969-71: VC-1.  To MASDC as 3A0344 Aug 6, 1971.  
					To Republic of Singapore under FMS Nov 18, 1980
				147744 (MSN 12508) 1960-67: VA-46.  1967-69: VA-12.  1969-70: NARTU Memphis, TN.
					1970: VA-204.NAS New Orleans, LA as AF-406.  To MASDC as 3A0278 Oct 2, 1970.  To Barry Goldwater Range, Gila Bend, AZ as range target Aug 22, 1983.
				147745 (MSN 12509) 1960: VA-83 as AJ-311.  1961-63: VA-83.  1963: VA-12.  1963: VA-64.  1964: VA-64 as AE-307.		
					1965-66: VA-64 as AE-607.  1967-68: VA-64 as AE-6xx.  1968: VA-34.  1968: VA-15.  1968: VA-12.  1968-69: VA-83.
					1969-70: VA-44.  1970-72: VC-4 as JF-12.  1972-73: VC-2.  1973-74: VC-7.  1975: VC-7 as UH-06.  1975: VC-7 as UH-306.
					To MASDC as 3A0449 Nov 26, 1975.  to Singapore AF Sep 3, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 960
				147746 (MSN 12510) 1960-62: VA-94.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962: VMA-332.  1964-65: VA-94 as NG-410.  1965-66: VA-146.
					1966: VA-153.  1967: VA-195.  1968-69: VA-34 as AA-3xx.  3/22/1969: Flamed out and crashed into the sea
				147747 (MSN 12511) 1960: VMA-533.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961-62: VMA-224.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962: VMA-332.
					1963-63: VMA-225.  1963-64: VMA-332.  1964-65: VMA-224.  1965-66: VA-36 as NG-711.  1966-68: VA-36 as AE-504.
					1968-69: VA-34 as AA-3xx.  1969-73: VMA-133 NAS Alameda, CA  To MASDC as 3A0376 Sep 7, 1973. 
					To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Oct 11, 1974.
 					To Argentine AF Oct 1974 as A-4Q C-309.  1982: Grupo 4.
					5/21/1982: Shot down by a RN Sea Harrier near the Falklands Islands. Pilot was killed
				147748 (MSN 12512) *1960-61: VA-46.  1962: VA-46 as AK-507.  1963-64: VA-46.  1965-66: VA-46 as AK-507.  1966-68: VA-44.
					1968-70: VA-81 as AB-401.  1970: VA-303 as ND-310  NAS Alameda, CA  To MASDC as 3A0313 Feb 19, 1971. 
					To Barry Goldwater Range, Gila Bend, AZ as range target Aug 19, 1983
				147749 (MSN 12513) 1961-62: VA-112.  1962-63: VA-153.  1963-64: VA-112.  1965-67: VA-112 as AJ-507.
					1967-68: VA-76 as AG-310.  1968: VSF-1. 1968-69: VA-76 as AG-310.  1969: VC-7.  1969-70: VA-23.
					1970-72: VMA-134 MARTD Los Alamitos as MF-8.  To MASDC as 3A0364 Apr 6, 1972. 
					To Barry Goldwater range, Gila Bend, AZ as range target Aug 19, 1983 
				147750 (MSN 12514) 1960-65: VA-93 as NG-310.  1965-67: VA-153 as NL-310.  1967: VA-195.  1968: VSF-1.
					1969-70: VC-7.  1/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-72: VA-203 as AF-303.  1974-75: VC-5.  1975-76: VC-7.
					1976-77: VC-5.  1977-78: NARTU Memphis, TN.  5/29/1978: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.
					On display in front of the Navy Exchange at NAS JRB New Orleans, LA, on loan
					from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				147751 (MSN 12515) 1960-62: VA-46 as AK-5xx..  Caught fire and crashed 26 Dec 1962 near Rising Star, TX
				147752 (MSN 12516) 1960-63: VMA-211 as CF-12.  1963-64: VMA-223 as WP-12.  1964-65: VMA-121 as VK-12.
					1965: VMA-225 as CE-12.  1965-66: VMA-311 as WL-12.  1966: VMA-224 as WK-12.  1966: VMA-211 as CF-12.
					1966: VMA-121 as VK-12.  1966-67: VMA-223 as WP-12.  1967: VMA-311 as WL-12.  1967: VMA-211 as CF-12.
					1967-68: VMA-223 as WP-12.  1968-69: VMA-121.  1969-70: VMAT-102.  1970: VC-5 as UE-28.  1970-71: VC-5.
					1971-72: VC-4.  1972-73: VC-2.  1973-75: VC-7 as UH-10.
					To MASDC as 3A0392 Feb 13, 1975.   To Republic of Singapore AF Sep 4, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 977.
					2003: 142/145 Squadron  
				147753 (MSN 12517) 1960-62: VA-46.  1962: VMA-225.  1962-63: H&MS-14.  1963-64: VMA-332.  1965-66: VA-36 as NG-713
					(VA-36 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) scraped trees on bomb run over Laos Jan 14, 1966.  
					Pilot headed back to carrier but could not jettison his last bomb and he ejected and was rescued.
				147754  (MSN 12518) 1960-61: VA-46.  1961-62: VA-12.  1962-63: VA-44.  1963-65: VA-46.  1966-67: VA-195 as NM-511.
					1967-68: VA-81.  1968-69: VA-44.  1969: VA-106 as AG-311.
					Noted aboard USS Independence CVA-62 coded AG-311 with VA-106 on visit to Portsmouth, UK 
					in September 1969.  1969-70: NARTU Memphis, TN.  1970-71: NARTU South Weymouth, MA.  2/1971: Converted to A-4L.
					1971-74: MARTD Glenview, IL.  1974-76: VC-2 as JE-05 NAS Virginia Beach, VA   To MASDC as 3A0504 Aug 30, 1976.  
					To civil registry as N145AT.  (N145AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.  Registrtion cancelled Mar 10 2010.  
					Seen advertised for sale on raptoraviation in 2010.
				147755 (MSN 12519) 1960-61: VMA-211.  1961-63: VMA-223.  1963-64: VMA-211.  1964: H&MS-15.  1964-65: VA-195.
					1965-66: VMA-214.   1966: VMA-224.   1966: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-121.  1966-67: VMA-223.  1967: VMA-214 as WE-5.
					1968-70: VMA-214.  1970-71: VC-5 as UE-26   1971: VMA-322.  8/18/1971: Written off at NAS Glynco, GA.
				147756 (MSN 12520) 1960-61: VA-46.  1962: VA-46 as AK-505.  1963-64: VA-43.
					W/o 6 Jan 1964 in takeoff accident at NAS Oceana, VA.  Pilot ok
				147757 (MSN 12521) 1960: VMA-533.   1960: VMA-332.  W/o Nov 5, 1960
				147758 (MSN 12522) 1960-62: VA-46.  1962-63: VA-12 as AB-4xx.   W/o 8 Nov 1963     Location ?
				147759 (MSN 12523) 1961: VA-113 as NH-301.  1962-65: VA-113 as NH-312.  1965: VA-22 as NE-223.  1966-67: VA-76 as NP-693.
					(VA-76 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) hit by ground fire off coast of North Vietnam in Gulf of Tonkin 
					Jul 15, 1967.  Pilot ejected 15 mi offshore and was rescued by UH-2B helicopter from USS Fox.
				147760 (MSN 12524) 1960-62: VA-46 as AK-510.  1963-64: VA-46.   1965: VA-46 as AK-503.
					Apr 8, 1965: Accidentally rolled off the deck of USS Shangri-La CVA-38  in the Mediterranean Sea and lost at sea
				147761 (MSN 12525) 1960-63: VA-93 as NG-3xx.   1964-65: VA-93 as NG-311.  1965-67: VA-22 as NE-221.
					1967-68: VA-146 as NK-605.  1968-69: VA-76 as AG-3xx.  1969: VA-44.  1969-70: VA-66 as AA-305.
					1970: VA-304.  9/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1971-75: VMA-124 NAS Memphis, TN  1975-76: NTPR El Centro, CA.
					To MASDC from VMA-124 as 3A0484 May 6, 1976.  Seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
					Registered N146AT May 1, 2006
				147762 (MSN 12526) 1960: VMA-533.  1960: VMA-332.  1960-63: VMA-242.  1963: VMA-332 as EA-17.
					1964: VMA-332.  1964-65: VMA-224.  1965-66: VA-36 as NG-712
					(VA-36 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) hit by ground fire over North Vietnam May 23, 1966.  
					Engine failed on final approach to carrier and pilot ejected and was rescued.
				147763 (MSN 12527) 1960-65: VA-93 as NG-301.  1965-66: VA-153 as NL-314
					(VA-153 attached to USS Constellation (CVA-64)) flew into the ground during attack over North 
					Vietnam Sep 12, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				147764 (MSN 12528) 1960: VMA-533.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961-62: VMA-224.  1962: H&MS-14.
					1962-64: VMA-332.  1964-65: VMA-224.  1965-66: VA-36 as NG-710.  1966-67: VA-56. 1967: VA-76.
					1968: VA-216.  1969: VA-216 as NL-610.(
					VA-216 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) developed engine problems over Laos Jan 3, 1969.  
					Headed back to carrier but forced to eject 10 mi off the coase where he was rescued by USMC helicopter.
				147765 (MSN 12529) 1960: VA-94.  1961-63: VA-94 as NG-411.  1963-64: VA-216 as NP-6xx.  1964-66: VA-216 as NP-691.
					1966-68: VA-125.  1968: VSF-1.  1969: VSF-1 as AG-514.  1969-73: VC-7.
					To MASDC as 3A0368 Jul 5, 1973.  To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Oct 17, 1974.   
					To Argentine AF Oct 1974 as A-4P C-312.   Grupo 4.  1983: Grupo 5.  Oct 1, 1991: Crashed
				147766 (MSN 12530) 1960-61: VA-46 as AK-xxx.  1962-64: VA-46 as AK-506.   1965: VA-46 as AK-xxx.
					Apr 7, 1965: Crashed near Aviano AB, Italy during a NATO exercise. Pilot was killed 
				147767 (MSN 12531) 1960-61: VA-94.  1962: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224.  1963-64: VMA-242.  1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-3.
					1965-66: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-223.  1966-67: VMA-121 as VK-8.  1967: VMA-211.
					1967-68: VMA-223 as WP-8.  1968: VMA-223 as WP-00.
					(VMA-223) blew tire during takeoff from Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam and crashed Oct 1, 1968.  Pilot ejected and survived.
				147768 (MSN 12532) 1961: VA-93.  1962-63: VA-93 as NG-303.  1963-65: VA-216.  1965: VA-113. 1965-67: VA-146 as NK-615.
					1967: VA-22.  1968: VA-22 as NE-207.  1968: VA-873.  1968: VA-125.  1969: VA-106 as AG-314.  1969: MARTD Alameda, CA.
					5/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-204.
					To MASDC from VA-81 as AF-31 as 3A0461 Jan 7, 1976.  To Malaysia under FMS Sep 12, 1983 
					but probably not delivered.   Seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
					Registered N147AT Msy 1, 2006;   Jun 30, 2008 with Draken International, Lakeland Linden RAP, Florida
				147769 (MSN 12533) 1960-61: VMA-332.  1961-62: VMA-224 as CE-8.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962: VMA-225 as CE-12.  1963-64: VMA-225.
					1964-65: VMA-533.  1965-66: VMA-225.  1966-68: VA-125.  1968: VMA-214.  7/15/1968: Crashed in northwestern Nevada. Pilot was killed.
				147770 (MSN 12534) 1960: VMA-533.  1960-61: VMA-242.  Exploded and creashed 1 Dec 1961 near Russell, AR.  Pilot was killed
				147771 (MSN 12535) 1961: VA-192 as NM-202.  1961-62: VA-192 as NM-200.  1963: VA-195.  1963-65: VA-125 as NJ-558.
					Struck off charge
				147772 (MSN 12536) 1961: VMA-211.  1961-62: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224.  1963-64: VMA-242.  1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-20.
					1965-66: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-223.  1966-67: VMA-121.   1967: VMA-211.  1967-68: VMA-223.
					1969-70: VMAT-102.  1970-71: VMA-124.   9/1971: Converted to A-4L.  1971-74: MARTD Glenview, IL.
					1974: VA-205.  1975: VA-204.   Currently on display at MCAS Beaufort, SC.
				147773 (MSN 12537) 1961: VMA-223.  1961: VMA-211.  1961-62: VMA-332. 1963-64: VMA-242.  1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-10.  
					Assigned as a ground trainer to NAS Memphis, TN. 
				147774 (MSN 12538) 1960: VMA-533.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961-62: VMA-224.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962-64: VMA-332.
					Crashed after collision with A-4C 145130 11 Apr 1964 near Fentress APT/Virginia Beach, VA
				147775 (MSN 12539) 1960: VMA-533.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961-62: VMA-242.  1966: VA-172 as AB-302
					(VA-172 attached to USS Franklin D Roosevelt (CVA-42)) shot down by ground fire over Nghe An Province, 
					NVN Oct 20, 1966.  Pilot ejected and became POW
				147776 (MSN 12540) 1960: VMA-533.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961-62: VMA-224.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962: VMA-225 as CE-02.
					1963-64: VMA-225.  1964-65: VMA-533.  1965-66: VMA-225.  1966: VA-195 as NM-502.
					(VA-195 attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) damaged by ground fire over North Vietnam Dec 13, 1966.  On way to 
					refuelling by aerial tanker, ran out of fuel and pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy ship.
				147777 (MSN 12541) 1960: VMA-533.  1960: VMA-332.  1960-63: VMA-242.  1963-64: VMA-224.  1964-65: VMA-533.
					1965-66: VMA-225.  1968: VA-125.  Mar 7, 1968: Crashed in the Chocolate Mountains, CA due to a hung bomb.
				147778 (MSN 12542) 1961: VMA-223.  1961: H&MS-12.  1961-62: VMA-332.
					Crashed 23 Apr 1962 near Bangkok, Thailand. Pilot was killed.
				147779 (MSN 12543) 1961: VMA-223.  1961: H&MS-12.  1961-62: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224 as WK-6.  1963-64: VMA-242.
					1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-6.  1965: VMA-224.  1966: VA-93 as NG-302.  1966-67: VA-94 as NF-413.  1967: VSF-1.
					1968-69: VA-112.  1969-70: VMAT-102.  1970-71: VC-5 as UE-29.  1971-75: VMA-131.  Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  
					To MASDC as 3A0447 Nov 22, 1975.  To Singapore Sep 2, 1980 for conversion 
					to A-4S with serial 927. 1984: 142/145 Squadron.  150 Squadron 
				147780 (MSN 12544) 1961: VA-192 as NM-212.  1962: VA-22.  1962-64: VA-112. 1964-65: VA-144 as NK-412.
					1965-66: VA-144 as NF-552.  1966-68: VA-94.  1968-70: VMA-214.  1/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-203 as AF-314.
					1974-75: VC-5.  1975: VC-7 as UH-24.  To MASDC as 3A0430 Oct 16, 1975.  
					To Malaysia Feb 14, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM as M32-22.
				147781 (MSN 12545) 1968: NWC. To MASDC as 3A0365 May 31, 1972.  To Holloman AFB, NM as range target May 11, 1983.
				147782 (MSN 12546) 1961: VMA-223.  1961: VMA-332.  1962: VMA-332 as EA-7.  1962-63: VMA-224 as WK-7.  1963-64: VMA-242.
					1964-65: VMA-225.  1965: VMA-224.  1965: VMA-225 as CE-7.  1965-66: VMA-311.  1966: VMA-224.
					1966: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-223.  1966-67: VMA-121.  1967: VMA-211.  1967-68: VMA-223.  1968-69: VMA-121.
					1969-70: VMAT-102.  3/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-74: VA-205 as AF-506.
					To MASDC as 3A0409 Sep 8, 1975.  To Malaysia May 23, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM as M32-37
					On display at Royal Malaysian AF Museum, Kuala Lumpor.
				147783 (MSN 12547) 1960: VMA-343.  1961: VMA-223.  1961-64: VMA-121.  1964: VMA-223.  1964: VA-112.
					1965: VA-112 as AJ-500.  1966-67: VA-112.  1967-68: VA-44.  1968-69: VA-15.  1969: VA-152 as AA-514.
					1969: VA-106 as AG-305.  1969: MARTD Dallas, TX.  1970: VMA-133 as 5G-2.  1971: VC-8.
					1971-73: VC-2 as JE-13. 1973-75: VC-7 as UH-03   To MASDC as 3A0420 Sep 13, 1975.  
					To Republic of Singapore under FMS Nov 1, 1980 as A-4SI.
				147784 (MSN 12548) 1960: VMA-533.  1960: VMA-332.  1960-62: VMA-242 as DT-13.  1962: HU-2.  1962-63: VMA-242.
					1963: H&MS-14.  1963-64: VMA-224.  1964-67: VA-64 as AE-605.
					7/27/1967: Crashed into the sea on a flight off USS America CVA-66
				147785 (MSN 12549) 1960: VA-12 as AB-413.  1960: VMA-533.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961-62: VMA-224.  1962: H&MS-14.
					1962-63: VMA-332.  1963-64: VMA-225 as CE-15.  1964-65: VA-43.  1965-66: VA-44 as AD-401.  1966-67: VA-15 as AK-2xx.
					1967-68: VA-12 as AB-4xx.  1968-69: VA-12 as AJ-413.  1969-70: NARTU Memphis, TN.
					To MASDC from VA-12 as 3A0273 Sep 15, 1970.  To Republic of Singapore AF Oct 3, 1980 as A-4SI
				147786 (MSN 12550) 1960: VMA-533.  1960-61: VMA-332.  1961-62: VMA-224.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962-63: VMA-332.
					1963-64: VMA-225.  1964-65: VMA-533.  1965-66: VMA-225.  1966-68: VA-125.  1968: VMA-214.  1969: VMA-214 as WE-20.
					1970: VMA-214.  1970-71: MARTD Glenview, IL.  To MASDC as 3A0326 Apr 6, 1972.  To Singapore AF as A-4SI Oct 29, 1980
				147787 (MSN 12551) This plane entered service with the Navy ca.1960. By July 1962 it had been assigned to 
					HQ & Maintenance Squadron 14 (HMS-14) at MCAS Cherry Point., and then assigned to Marine 
					Attack Squadron 225 (VMA-222) also at Cherry Point. In September 1962 the plane was redesignated 
					as an A-4C. The next assignment was Attack Squadron 94 (VA-94) at NAS Lemoore, CA, and 
					through 1965 this squadron deployed to Vietnam aboard four different aircraft carriers. 
					In 1966 the plane was transferred to VMA-211 at MCAS Iwakuni, Japan, and deployed to 
					Marine Corp Air Base Chu Lai, Vietnam, for combat. While there it was transferred to VMA-121, 
					which was also deployed from MCAB Iwakuni.  By the end of the year it was with VMA-223 at Chu Lai, 
					and then in early 1967 transferred to VMA-311 also at Chu Lai. The plane was then transferred 
					to VA-22 aboard the USS Ranger, and by the time it got back to the USA it was transferred to 
					VMA-214 at MCAS El Toro, CA. In 1968 the plane transferred to VA-873 of the USN Reserves at 
					NAS Alameda, CA. That September it transferred to VA-95 with the USNR, also at Alameda.  
					In February 1970 the plane was converted to an A-4L with new avionics in a spinal hump and 
					transferred to VA-204 (USNR) at NAS Memphis, TN. In 1976 the plane was finally removed from 
					active service and assigned to the Naval Air Technical Training Center at Memphis as a ground 
					instruction trainer. The Navy finally struck it off charge on 1/4/78 and it became the property 
					of the Naval Aviation Museum, finally being displayed at the Battleship Alabama museum circa 1990
				147788 (MSN 12552) 1961: VMA-223.  1961-63: VMA-211.  1963-65: VMA-223.  1965-66: VMA-214.  1966-67: VMA-224.
					1967: VMA-214 as WE-8.  1968-70: VMA-214.   1970-71: MARTD Glenview, IL.  1971: Converted to A-4L.  1971-73: VMA-322.
					1974-75: VMA-131 as QG-01.  4/23/1975: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.
					Noted on display at Naval Aviation Museum, NAS Pensacola, Florida Nov 1979.
					On display in April 1992 at NAS Cecil Field, Florida.  On display at NAS Jacksonville, FL, on loan
					from National Naval Aviation Museum
				147789 (MSN 12553) 1960-61: VA-83.  1962-63: VA-83 as AJ-309.  1963: VA-43.  1963-65: VA-66.  1966: VA-66 as AE-305.
					1967-68: VA-66.   1968: RVAH-3.  1968: VA-15 as AA-4xx.  8/18/1968: Written off.
				147790 (MSN 12554) 1961-63: VMA-223.  1963-64: VMA-211.  1964-65: VMA-214.   1965-66: VA-144 as NF-xxx.
					1966-67: VA-113 as NG-302.  1967-68: VA-44.  1968-70: VA-81 as AB-4xx.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.
					1970-72: VA-305 as ND-514.  1972-73: VC-7 as UH-13.  7/13/1973: Struck off charge at NAS New Orleans, LA.  
					Was on display at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI.  This museum is now closed.
				147791 (MSN 12555) 1961: VMA-223.   1961: VMA-211.   Crashed near MCAS El Toro, CA 8 Aug 1961 after mid-air with A-4C 148477.  
					Pilot was killed.
				147792 (MSN 12556) 1960-63: VA-83   1963: VA-44.  1963-64: VA-76.  1965: VA-76 as AE-50x.  1966: VA-76.
					1967: VA-76 as NP-687.  1967-68: VA-15.  1968: VA-66.  1968: VA-15.  1968-69: VA-66 as AK-301.
					1969-71: VA-12 as AJ-411.  1971: VA-303. 1971-72: VMA-134 as MF-00.  1973-75: VMA-134 as MF-4
					To MASDC as 3A0437 Oct 30, 1975.   To Singapore AF Nov 18, 1980 as A-4SI.  
					Noted June 2002 with Celtrad Metal Industries, Singapore.  Does not
					appear to bear a Singapore AF serial.
				147793 (MSN 12557) 1961: VMA-223.  1961-63: VMA-211.  1963-64: VMA-223.  1964-65: VMA-121.
					1965-66: VMA-214.  1966: VMA-331.  1966: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-121.  1966-67: VMA-223.  1967: VMA-311.
					1967: VMA-121.  1967: VMA-211.  1967: VMA-223.  1968: VMA-223 as WP-6.  1968-69: VMA-121.
					1969-70: VMAT-102.  1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-76: VMA-124 as QP-102.  
					To MASDC as 3A0413 Sep 9, 1975. seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  
					To MASDC as 3A04565 Jan 12, 1976. To Malaysian AF Sep 20, 1983.  (N148AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000. 
					Noted Oct 2004 at Marana North West RAP, Avra Valley, AZ.  N148AT cancelled Dec 7, 2010
					Hulk currently at Marana APT, AZ
				147794 (MSN 12558) 1961: VMA-225.  1961-63: VMA-211 as CF-19.  1963: VMA-223 as WP-19.
					Crashed 5 Jul 1963 after mid-air with A-4C 148451 Tokyo area.  Pilot was killed.
				147795 (MSN 12559) 1961-62: VMA-223.  1962-64: VMA-121.  1964-65: VMA-214.  1965: VA-144.  1966: VA-153.
					1966-68: VA-172.   1969-70: VA-172 as AJ-304.  Jun 2, 1971: Struck off charge at NARF Jacksonville, FL.
				147796 (MSN 12560) 1960-61: VA-83.  1962-63: VA-83 as AJ-307.  1963: VA-44.  1963-64: VA-106.  1965: VA-106 as AK-308.
					1966-67: VA-112.  1967-68: VA-76.  1968: VA-125.  1968-70: VA-95.  4/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970: VA-205.  1974: VA-205 as AF-507.
  					To MASDC from VA-204 NAS New Orleans, LA as 3A0413 Sep 9, 1975.  
					To Malaysia for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM as M32-21. .
				147797 (MSN 12561) 1961-63: VMA-223.  1963-64: VMA-211.  1964-65: VMA-214.   1965: VA-144.  1965-66: VA-146.
					1967-68: VA-146 as NK-603.  1968: VA-152.  1968: VMA-223 as WP-9.  1970-71: VA-12.  1971: VSF-76.
					1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.  1973-74: VT-86 as 4B-07.  To MASDC as 3A0389 May 29, 1974
					To Singapore AF Dec 16, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 928. Currently preserved at Bordeaux-Merignac AB, France 
				147798 (MSN 12562) 1961-63: VMA-223.  1963-64: VMA-211.  1964: H&MS-15.  1964-67: VA-125.  1967: VA-113 as NH-401.
					1968: VA-873.  1968-70: VA-95 as AB-507.  3/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-205.
					To MASDC as 3A0410 Sep 8, 1975.  To Malaysia Feb 4, 1983 as A-4PTM M32-32
				147799 (MSN 12563) 1961-63: VMA-223.  1963-64: VMA-211. 1964-65: VMA-214 as WE-15.  1965: VA-144.  1966-67: VA-76 as NP-xxx.
					(VA-76 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) shot down by MiG-17 gunfire south of Haiphong, 
					North Vietnam Apr 25, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				147800 (MSN 12564) 1960-61: VA-43.  1961-62: VMA-225 as CE-6.  1963-64: VMA-225.
					Crashed 3 Mar 1964 near MCAS Cherry Point, NC.  Pilot killed
				147801 (MSN 12565) 1960-63: VA-83 as AJ-306.  1963-64: VA-72 as AG-3xx.   1964-65: VA-64 as AE-3xx.
					1965-66: VA-64 as AE-603.  6/16/1966: Crashed into the sea. Pilot was killed.
				147802 (MSN 12566) 1961: VMA-223.  1961-63: VMA-211.  1963-64: VMA-223.  1964-65: VMA-121.  1965-66: VMA-214.
					1966: VA-144.  1966: VA-153.  1966-67: VA-144.  1967: VSF-1.   1968: VA-125.  1968-70: VA-95 as AB-511.
					2/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-71: VA-209 as AF-600.  1971-74: MARTD Glenview, IL as 5V-9.  1974-75: VC-1. 1975: VC-7.
					To MASDC as 3A0423 Sep 17, 1975.  To Malaysia Feb 14, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM as M32-05..
				147803 (MSN 12567) 1960: VA-83 as AJ-303.  1961: VA-83 as AJ-305.  1962: VA-83.  1963: VA-83 as AJ-303.  1963: VA-44.
					1963-65: VA-76 as AE-6xx.  1965-66: VA-76 as NG-5xx.  1966-67: VA-76 as NP-6xx.  1967-68: VA-15 as AK-212.
					1968-69: VA-66 as AK-3xx.  1969-70: VA-12 as AJ-413.
					(VA-12 attached to USS Shangri La (CVS-38)) lost in accident during midair refuelling over Gulf
					of Tonkin Apr 28, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				147804 (MSN 12568) 1961: VMA-223.  1961-64: VMA-211.  1964-65: VMA-223.  1965: VMA-214.  1965-66: VA-192 as NM-211.
					1966: VMA-214.  1966: VMA-311.  1966: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-121.  1966-67: VMA-223.
					1967: VMA-214.  1967: VMA-121.  1967: VMA-211.  1967-68: VMA-223 as WP-11.
					(VMA-223) shot down by ground fire near Khe Sanh, South Vietnam Jun 25, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				147805 (MSN 12569) 960-63: VA-83 as AJ-312
					Crashed into sea 7 Feb 1963 on approach to USS Forrestal CV-59 in Mediterranean Sea
				147806 (MSN 12570) 1960-62: VA-83 as AJ-303   1962: VA-12.  1962-63: VA-46.  1964: VA-46 as AK-504.  1965-66: VA-46.
					1966-67: VA-44.  1967: VA-15.  1967-69: VA-12.  1969-70: NARTU Memphis, TN.  1970: VA-204.
					To MASDC from VMA-133 NAS Alameda, CA as 3A0279 Oct 6, 1970. To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Nov 15, 1974.  
					To Argentine AF Nov 1974 as A-4Q C-316. 4th Air Brigade.
					Nov 2, 1977: Crashed near Lus Palacios/Aldao, Santa Fe after a collision with C-317
				147807 (MSN 12571) 1960-62: VA-83 as AJ-302.  1962: VA-72 as AG-308.  1962-63: VA-76 as AF-6xx.  1963: VA-43.
					1963: VA-83 as AJ-3xx.  1963-64: VA-44.  1964-66: VA-76 as NG-500.  1966-68: VA-94 as NF-4xx.  1968-70: VMA-214.
					1970: VMA-543.  7/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-76: VMA-142 as MB-9 NAS Cecil Field, FL
					To MASDC as 3A0479 Apr 6, 1976.  To Malaysia May 25, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM as M32-39
				147808 (MSN 12572) 1961: VMA-223  1961: H&MS-12.  1961-62: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224.
					1963-64: VMA-242.  1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-8.  1965: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-331.  1966: VMA-214.
					1966: VMA-311.  (VMA-311) crashed at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam May 5, 1966.
				147809 (MSN 12573) 1961: VMA-223.  1961-64: VMA-121.  1964: VMA-214. 1964: H&MS-15.  1964: VMA-225.
					1964-65: H&MS-15.  1965: VA-195.  1965-66: H&MS-15 as YV-82.  1966-67: VA-36 as NG-704.
					1966: VA-64.  1967-68: VA-34.  1968-69: VA-44.  1969: VA-106.  1969: VMA-324.   1969-70: VMA-133 as 5G-20 NAS Alameda, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0322 Mar 22, 1971.  To Republic of Singapore AF Oct 2, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 957.
					145 Squadron.  1995: 143 Squadron.  2000: 150 Squadron
				147810 (MSN 12574) 1960-65: VA-125.  1966: VA-125 as NJ-532.  1967-68: VA-125
					Missed the hook, broke up and caught fire while attempting
					carrier landing on USS Bennington CVS-20 off San Clemente Island, California
					and then crashed into sea Jan 25, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				147811 (MSN 12575) 1960-62: VA-83.  1962: VA-72 as AG-309.  1962-63: VA-172.   1964: VA-172 as AB-311.
					1965-66: VA-172.  1966-67: VA-66 as AE-xxx.  5/25/1967: Crashed into the Mediterranean Sea alongside USS America CV-66
				147812 (MSN 12576) 1961: VMA-223.  1961: H&MS-15.  1961-63: VMA-223.  1963-64: VMA-211.
					1964-65: VMA-214.  1965: VA-144.  1965-67: VA-146 as NK-xxx.  Mar 3, 1967: Written off
				147813 (MSN 12577) 1961: VMA-223.  1961-63: VMA-121.   Crashed 7 Dec 1963 near Gila Bend, AZ.  Pilot was killed.
				147814 (MSN 12578) 1960-62: VA-83 as AJ-312.  1962-64: VA-72 as AG-3xx.  1964-66: VA-64 as AE-606.  1966-68: VA-44.  
					1968-70: VA-81 as AB-412.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1970-72: VA-305.  1972-73: VMA-134 as MF-7 MARTD Los Alamitos, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0367 Jul 5, 1973.  To Barry Goldwater Range, Gila Bend, AZ as range target Aut 22, 1983,
				147815 (MSN 12579) 1961: VMA-223.  1961: H&MS-15.  1961-62: VMA-223.  1962-64: VMA-121.  1964-65: VMA-214.
					1965: VA-153 as NL-303.  1965-66: VA-144.   1966-67: VA-153 as NL-303.  1967-68: VA-22 as NE-212.
					1968-69: VA-112.  1969-70: VMAT-102.   1970: Converted to A-4L.   1970-71: VMA-142.  VMA-134 as MF-3. Los Alamitos, CA
					1974-76: VMA-131 as MB-7.  To MASDC from VMA-134 as 3A0483 May 4, 1976. 9/1983: Sold to the Malaysian AF.  
					1986: Salvaged by Air Met as N153AT.  (N153AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
					Was preserved at Butler County APT, Hamilton, OH.  Currently a spare parts hulk with Fighting Classics in Tucson, AZ.
				147816 (MSN 12580) 1961: VMA-223.  1961-64: VMA-121.  1964: H&MS-15.  1965: VMA-223 as WP-85.  1965-66: VA-95 as NG-501.
					1966-67: VA-22.  1967: VA-76 as NP-xxx.
					(VA-76 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) shot down by ground fire 5 mi from Vinh, Nghe An 
					Province, North Vietnam May 18, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became POW.  Died in captivity.
				147817 (MSN 12581) 1961: VA-195 as NM-501.  1962-63: VA-195.  1963-64: VA-113 as NH-308. 1964-65: VA-125.
					Mar 9, 1965: Crashed near Saint Vincent's Hill/San Francisco, CA. Pilot was killed.
				147818 (MSN 12582) 1960-62: VA-83 as AJ-314.  1962: VA-72 as AG-3xx.   W/o 12 Dec 1962  Location ?
				147819 (MSN 12583) 1961: VMA-223 with no modex.  1961: VMA-121 as VK-7.  1962-64: VMA-121.   1964-65: VMA-223.
					1965-66: VA-195 as NM-500.
					(VA-195 attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) hit by fragments of exploding SAM over NVN Dec 13, 1966. 
					Too damaged to land on carrier and pilot ejected and was rescued by helicopter
				147820 (MSN 12584) 1960-68: VA-125.  1968-69: VA-95.  1969: VSF-1 as AG-502  1969-71: VC-7.
					Mar 4, 1971: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.
				147821 (MSN 12585) 1960-61: VA-43  1961-63: VMA-225.  1963-64: VMA-332.  1964-65: VMA-224.  1965: VA-44.
					1966-67: VA-113 as NG-310.   1967-68: VA-44.  1968-69: VMA-324.  1969-75: VMA-134.
					To MASDC as 3A0453 Dec 5, 1975.  To Republic of Singapore AF Sep 4, 1980 as  A-4SU 986 
				147822 (MSN 12586) 1960-61: VA-43.  1961-62: VA-72.  1962: VMA-224 as WK-22. 1962: H&MS-14.  1962: VMA-225.
					1963: VMA-225 as CE-21.  1964: VMA-225.  1964: VMA-533.  1966-67: VA-22.  1967: VA-144 as NH-301.
					1967: VSF-1.  1969-71: VC-7.  1971: VMA-511.  1971-72 VMA-131 as 5W-13 and QG-02.
					7/23/1972: Crashed in Fender County, NC.
				147823 (MSN 12587) 1961-62: VA-83.  1962-63: VA-12 as AB-405.  1964-65: VA-12.  1965: VA-44.  1966-68: VA-125.  1968: VA-873.
					1968-69: VA-125.  1969-71: VC-1 as UA-42.
					To MASDC from VA-115 as 3A0305 Jan 28, 1971.  To Singapore AF as A-4SU with serial 938
				147824 (MSN 12588) 1960-62: VMA-242.  1962: VMA-225 as CE-4.  1963-64: VMA-225.  1964-65: VMA-533.
					1965-66: VA-36 as NG-706.  1966-67: VA-56 as NG-411.  1968-69: VA-34.  1969: VA-12.
					1969-72: MARTD Alameda, CA.  4/14/1972: Written off at MCAS El Toro, CA 
				147825 (MSN 12589) 1961-67: VA-153 as NL-302.  1967-68: VA-146.  1968-69: VA-76.  1969: VA-44.
					8/1969: Converted to A-4L.   1970-71: VA-203 as AF-315.   1974-76: VC-13 as UX-3.
					Dec 7, 1976: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.  1976: Assigned as a ground trainer to NAS Memphis, TN.
					11/2004: Assigned as a ground trainer to NAS Pensacola, FL.  Noted Mar 2006 at National
					Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Was at Santa Maria Museum of Flight, California Nov 2010.
				147826 (MSN 12590) to MASDC as 3A0335 May 13, 1971.  12/1983: Sent to be a target on the Holloman Range, NM.
				147827 (MSN 12591) 1960-63: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.  1963-64: VMA-224.  1964-66: H&MS-14.
					1966-68: VA-146 as NK-615.  1968: VA-216.  1968-69: VA-125.   1969-70: VA-95.  2/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970-71: VA-209 as AF-611.  1971-72: NAF Detroit, MI as 7Y-8.  1973-75: VC-12 as JY-8.
					To MASDC as 3A0457 Dec 12, 1975.  To Malaysia for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM .
					As A-4PTM Skyhawk serial M32-25 now an instructional airframe at the University Perdana Malaysia, Serdang. 
				147828 (MSN 12592) 1961: VA-112.  1962-63: VA-112 as NH-211.  1965: VA-36.  1965-66: VA-112 as AJ-511.
					1967-68: VA-44.  Nov 8, 1968: Crashed into the sea off eastern Puerto Rico after a collision with A-4C 147829
				147829 (MSN 12593) 1961-65: VA-195.  1965-66: H&MS-15 as YV-83.  1966-67: VA-153 as NL-304.  1967: VA-22.
					1967-68: VA-81 as AJ-401.  1968: VA-44.
					Nov 8, 1968: Crashed into the sea off eastern Puerto Rico after a collision with A-4C 147828
				147830 (MSN 12594) 1960-63: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.  1963-64: VMA-224.  1964: VA-44.  1965: VA-66.
					1966: VA-66 as AE-316.  1967-68: VA-66.  1968: VA-15.  1968: VA-125.  1968: VA-873.  1968-69: VA-15.  1969: VA-64 as AG-607.
					1969-70: NARTU New York, NY.   1970: VSF-76.  To MASDC as 3A0286 Oct 30, 1970. 
					 To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Nov 15, 1974. To Argentine AF Nov 1974 as A-4Q C-317
					4th Air Brigade.  Nov 2, 1977: Crashed near Lus Palacios/Aldao, Santa Fe after a collision with C-316
				147831 (MSN 12595) 1960-61: VMA-242.   11/29/1961: Flamed out and crashed in Carteret County, NC
				147832 (MSN 12596) 1960-61: VA-43.  3/20/1961: Crashed near Ashburn, GA in a thunderstorm.
				147833 (MSN 12597) 1961-62: VA-112.  1963-64: VA-112 as NH-209.  1965: VA-112 as AJ-509.  1966-68: VA-112.
					1968: VA-873.  1968-69: VA-112 as AH-416.  (VA-112)suffered unknown failure right after launch from 
					USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14) in Gulf of Tonkin and crashed into water Jul 26, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				147834 (MSN 12598) 1961-64: VA-125.  1965: VA-125 as NJ-540.  1965-66: VA-93 as NG-311.  1966-68: VA-55.
					1968-69: VA-216 as NL-602.  1969-71: VC-5 as UE-27.  1971: VMA-322.  1971-72: VC-8.
					12/13/1972: Struck off charge at NAS Roosevelt Roads, PR.  Was on display at Florida Aviatin Museum, 
					Clearwater, Florida in Nov 1987 as A-4C 148592.  In Aug 2003 was on display at Fort Meade, Florida
				147835 (MSN 12599) 1961: VA-125 as NJ-530.  1962-65: VA-125.  1965-66: VA-216 as NP-684.  1966-69: VA-125.
					1969-70: VMAT-102.  1970-72: VMA-322.  1972-73: VMA-131.  1974: VMA-131 as QG-102. NAS Willow Grove, PA
					1975: VMA-131.  To MASDC as 3A0427 Sep 27, 1975.  To Singapore AF Jan 1980 as A-4SU with serial 919.  
					Bailed to Singapore Aerospace for engine tests.
				147836 (MSN 12600) 1961-62: VA-113.  1962: VA-112.  1962: VA-113.  1962-63: VA-112.  1963-66: VA-113 as NH-302.
					1966-68: VA-146 as NK-601.  1968: VA-152.  1968-70: VA-66.  11/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1971-74: MARTD Glenview, IL.
					1974-76: VC-2 as JE-10 NAS Virginia Beach, VA  To MASDC as 3A0508 Sep 16, 1976. To Malaysia under FMS Sep 12, 1983. 
					Seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.  Registered N154AT Jun 30, 2008
				147837 (MSN 12601) 1960: VA-43.  1961-62: VA-72 as AG-310.  1962-64: VMA-225.  1964-65: VMA-533.  1965-66: VMA-225.
					1966-68: VA-125.  1968: VA-873. 1968-70: NARTU Alameda, CA.  Jul 1, 1970: Struck off charge at NAS Alameda, CA.
					10/2004: Salvaged by ARM of Arizon
				147838 (MSN 12602) 1961-65: VA-125.  1965: VA-93.  1965: VA-94.  1969: NARTU Alameda, CA.  1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.
					1973-74: VT-86.  1974-75: VC-2 as JE-12 NAS Virginia Beach, VA   To MASDC as 3A0428 Sep 27, 1975.  
					To Singapore AF Nov 18, 1980 as A-4SU
				147839 (MSN 12603) 1961-64: VA-113 as NH-303.  1964-65: VA-146 as NK-614.  1965: VA-94.  1966-67: VA-94 as NF-407.
					1967-69: VA-36.  1969: VA-172 as AJ-3xx.
					11/25/1969: Crashed near Switzerland/Jacksonville, FL after a collision with A-4C 149523. Pilot was killed
				147840 (MSN 12604) 1961: VA-112.  1962-63: VA-112 as NH-210.  1964-65: VA-112.  1966: VA-112 as AJ-504.
					(VA-112) crashed into water off port bow of USS Forrestal CVA-59 Apr 1, 1966.  Pilot lost.
				147841 (MSN 12605) 1961-63: VA-113 as NH-304  1963-65: VA-125.  1966: VA-113 as NH-320.  1966-67: VA-146 as NK-614.
					1967-68: VA-36.  1968-70: VA-66 as AA-315.  1970-71: VMA-142.  1971: VMA-131.  1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.
					1973: VT-86.  1973-75: VC-2 as JE-19 NAS Virginia Beach, VA  To MASDC as 3A0246 Sep 25, 1975.  
					To Singapore AF Jan 11, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 984.  By Feb 2004 had been
					reserialled 973.
				147842 (MSN 12606) 1961-64: VA-113 as NH-305.  1964-66: VA-144.  1966-67: VA-113 as NG-3xx.
					(VA-113 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) shot down by ground fire over Than Hoa Province, 
					North Vietnam May 18, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				147843 (MSN 12607) 1960-63: VA-43.  1963: VA-83 as AJ-3xx.  1963: VA-43.  1963-64: VA-76.  1965-66: VA-76 as AE-506.
					1966-67: VA-76 as NP-684.  1967-69: VA-195 as NM-504.  1969-70: VA-95 as AB-510.  1970-71: NARTU Alameda, CA.
					8/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1971-75: VA-204 as AF-403.  Mar 6, 1975: Crashed after a collision with A-4L 149640.
				147844 (MSN 12608) 1961-63: VA-153 as NL-303.  1963: VA-153 as NL-300.  1963-65: VA-113.  1965: VA-22 as NE-226.
					1966-67: VA-94 as NF-4xx
					(VA-94 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) ran out of fuel and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Mar 30, 1967.  
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				147845 (MSN 12609) 1960-61: VA-43.  1961-63: VA-72 as AG-308.  1963-64: VA-72 as AG-312.  1964-67: VA-46.
					1967: VA-44.  1967: VA-15.  1967: VA-172.  1967-68: VA-44.  1968-69: VA-12 as AJ-412.  1969: MARTD Alameda, CA.
					1970: VA-304. NAS Alameda, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0291 Dec 3, 1970.  To Singapore AF under FMS Oct 29, 1980
				147846 (MSN 12610) 1961: VA-44.  1961: VA-36 as AC-xxx.  Crashed 5 Nov 1961 on approach to NAS Jacksonville, FL 
					due to engine failure
				147847 (MSN 12611) 1960-61: VA-43.  1961-62: VA-72 as AG-309.  1962-65: VA-66.  1966-67: VA-113 as NG-301.
					1967-68: VA-44.  1968-70: VA-81.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1970-71: VA-305 as ND-500.
					To MASDC as 3A0358 Mar 8, 1972.  To Barry Goldwater Range as range target Aug 19, 1983.
				147848 (MSN 12612) 1960-62: VA-43.  1962-67: VA-66.  Mar 4, 1967: Crashed into the Mediterranean Sea 
					after a collision with A-4C 149543
				147849 (MSN 12613) 1961: VA-112.  W/o Jul 22, 1961
147850/147863		North American A3J-1 Vigilante 
				MSN NA263-1/14.  Redesignated A-5A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com  
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				147850/147859 were A-5A-10-NH and 147860/147863 were A-5A-15-NH.
				147850, 147858 converted to RA-5C and given new MSN NA296-50/51.
				147852, 147853, 147854, 147856, 147857, 147859, 147860, 147861 converted to RA-5C but kept original MSNs.\
				147850 (MSN NA263-1) 9/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963: NATC as 850.  3/1966: Converted to RA-5C.
					1966: RVAH-1.  1968: RVAH-11.  1968: RVAH-3.  1969: RVAH-1.  1969: RVAH-5.  1971: NATC.	  1971: RVAH-3.
					1971-72: RVAH-12 as AG-603.  May 5, 1972: Crashed at NAS Albany, GA
				147851 (MSN NA263-2) Delivered to the United States Navy, September 1960.  Assigned to NATC, NAS Patuxent River, MD, 1960-1961.
					Crashed at NAS Patuxent River, MD, January 11, 1961.  Pilot and observer both killed.
				147852 (MSN NA263-3) 11/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1961: NATC.  1962: NWEF.  1964: VAH-7.
					1964: RVAH-7.   1965: RVAH-3.  9/1967: Converted to RA-5C.  1967: NATC.   1967: RVAH-1.  1969: RVAH-3.
					1971: RVAH-14.  1973: RVAH-1. 1973: RVAH-9   To MASDC from RVAH-7 NAS Sanford, FL as 4A0027 Jan 10, 1974.  
					transferred from MASDC to Naval Weapons Center, NAWS China Lake, CA Apr 6, 1979
				147853 (MSN NA263-4) 9/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964: VAH-7.  1964: RVAH-7.
					1965: RVAH-3.  9/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  RVAH-1.  1968: RVAH-9.  1969: RVAH-6.  1970: RVAH-7.
					1971: RVAH-13.  1972: RVAH-3.  1972: RVAH-11.  1974: RVAH-3.  1974: NARF Jacksonville, FL.
					1974: Sent to be a ground instructor at Sheppard AFB TX? No?
					Jun 8, 1976: Written off at NAS Jacksonville, FL.
				147854 (MSN NA263-5) Delivered to the United States Navy, September 1960.  Assigned to VAH-7, 1964.
					Transferred to RVAH-3, 1965.  Converted to RA-5C, August 1966.  Transferred to RVAH-12.
					Transferred to RVAH-7 as AG-xxx, 1968.
					 Crashed somewhere in the Mediterranean off the USS Independence (CVA-62) May 14, 1068
					Both crewman ejected safely and were recovered.
				147855 (MSN NA263-6) 12/1960: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1961: NASWF Kirtland, NM
					Crashed 28 Aug 1961 near Albuquerque, NM.   Pilot ok
				147856 (MSN NA263-7) 6/1961: Delivered to the United States Navy.  VX-3.   1961: VX-5 as XE-xx.
					1961: VAH-3 as xx-273.  1963: VAH-7.  1964: RVAH-7.
					Aug 1966 converted to RA-5C.  Received the new number C-086.  RVAH-14.
					1968: RVAH-9 as NE-702.   1969: RVAH-6.  1970: RVAH-3.  1972: RVAH-11 as AB-602.
					1974: RVAH-3. 6/8/1976: Struck off charge at NAS Jacksonville, FL.
					Expended as target at Eglin AFB in 1970s
				147857 (MSN NA263-8) 6/1961: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: NWEF.  1964: VAH-3.  1964: VAH-7.
					1964: RVAH-3.  12/1967: Converted to RA-5C.  1967-68: RVAH-1 as NG-101.  1968: RVAH-3.  1970: RVAH-13.
					1971: RVAH-14.  1973: RVAH-7.  1973: RVAH-13 as NK-603. NAS Sanford, FL.  
					To MASDC as 4A0029 Jan 29, 1974.  Transferred from MASDC to Naval Weapons Center, 
					NAWS China Lake, CA Apr 4, 1979
				147858 (MSN NA263-9) 6/1961: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1961-62: NATC..  Brought from 
					NAS Patuxent River and bailed to NASA as 858  and  spent one year at NASA Dryden in support of supersonic
					transport program.  6/1966: Converted to RA-5C.    1966: RVAH-13 as NH-601.  1967: RVAH-12.
					1969: RVAH-5.  1969: RVAH-12 as AA-602.  1970: RVAH-14 as AB-601.  1971: RVAH-3.
					12/13/1971: Written off at NAS Albany, GA.
				147859 (MSN NA263-10) 7/1961: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1961: NATC.  1963: VAH-7.
					1964-66: RVAH-3.  8/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1968: RVAH-9 as NE-703.  1969: RVAH-6. 1969: RVAH-3.
					1971: RVAH-13.  1971-72: RVAH-14 as AB-601.  1972: RVAH-3 NAS Sanford, FL  RVAH-1.
					to MASDC from RVAH-3 as 4A0030 Mar 7, 1974.  Transferred to USAF inventory as AA0003 Apr 22, 19867.  
					To Tolicha Peak, NV as range target May 27, 1986
				147860 (MSN NA263-11) 6/1961: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1961: VAH-3 as GJ-260.  1963: VAH-7.
					1964: RVAH-7.  1966: RVAH-3.  9/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  968: RVAH-5.  1969: RVAH-3.
					1972: RVAH-12.  1972-73: RVAH-11 as AB-601.
					As RA-5C in October 1973 active with RVAH-11 coded AB-601
					aboard USS John F. Kennedy CV-67 on visit to Firth of Forth, Scotland
					1974: RVAH-3.  5/27/1977: Struck off charge at NAS Key West, FL.
				147861 (MSN NA263-12) 6/1951: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1961: VAH-3.  1962: VAH-7.  1962: VAH-3.
					1963: VAH-7.  1964: RVAH-7.  1965: RVAH-3.  8/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1968: RVAH-13 as AE-605.
					1968: RVAH-12.  1969: RVAH-12 as AG-xx3.  1970: RVAH-14 as AB-602.  1971: RVAH-3.NAS Sanford, FL
					To MASDC as 4A0032 Jun 24, 1974.  Transferred from MASDC to Naval Weapons Center, 
					NAWS China Lake, CA Apr 6, 1979
				147862 (MSN NA263-13) 7/1961: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1961-62: VAH-3.
					Jan 9, 1962: Crashed into the sea off USS Franklin D. Roosevelt CVA-42
				147863 (MSN NA263-14) 7/1961: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1961-62: VAH-3 as GJ-263.
					1964: VAH-7 as AE-709.  9/27/1964: Crashed off the coast of Brazil while operating from the 
					USS Enterprise CVN-65 due to hydraulics leak.
147864/147867		Grumman YA2F-1 Intruder 
				Model G-128Q.  Redesignated A-6A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresouregroup.org
				147864 first flight Apr 19, 1960.  Crashed early in the program.
				147865 1970: VMCJ-2 as CY-31.  1971: VMCJ-2 as AA-610.  1972-74: VMCJ-3 as TN-16.  1978-79: VMAQ-2 as CY-00.  Converted as EA-6A testbed. 
					To MASDC as 5A0030 Mar 21, 1980. To NARF Alameda, CA Ded 11, 1981.    Returned to service.  1993: VAQ-33 as GD-109
					Configured with the modified ALQ-53 receiving system and ALQ-31 pods with ALT-6B jammers. 
					Named "Methuselah" with VAQ-33 in Jul 1989.   Currently (2005) on display at MCAS Cherry Point.  
				147866 converted to NA-6A USMC.   Assigned as a ground trainer to NATTC Millington, TN (NAS Memphis).
					1989: NATTC Millington Fire Training Compound.  Salvaged at NATTC Millington, TN.
				147867 modified as NA-6A as test bed for some of the TRIM equipment being developed for the A-6C.
					Assigned as a ground trainer to NAFT Lakehurst, NJ..  Was preserved at the USS Intrepid Museum
					Put on display at Allegheny Arms and Armor Museum, Smethport, PA, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum
147868/147895		Grumman S2F-3 Tracker
				Model G-121. MSN 8C/35C.   Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				147869 (MSN 9C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0645 Nov 3, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147870 (MSN 10C) in 1987 was on display at NAS Barbers Point, Oahu, HI.  In July 2001 was on static display at
					entrance of Kaneohe Bay Air Base, Hawaii, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				147871 (MSN 11C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0652 Nov 19, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147872 (MSN 12C, S-2D) modified as ES-2D for special electronics operations and development work.  To MASDC as 1S0749.
					To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May 2010
				147873 (MSN 13C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0369 Feb 29, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147874 (MSN 14C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0386 Jan 6, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147875 (MSN 15C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0373 Mar 13, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147876 (MSN 16C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0193.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as 1S0650 Nov 16, 1976.
					To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May 2010
				147877 (MSN 17C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0646 Nov 7, 1976. To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147878 (MSN 18C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0409 Jul 16, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147879 (MSN 19C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0371 Mar 7, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147880 (MSN 20C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0362 Feb 16, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147881 w/o Apr 1, 1964.
				147882 (MSN 22C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0588 Jan 15, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147883 (MSN 23C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0372 Mar 8, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147884 (S-2D) to MASDC a 1S0068 Jun 7, 1966
				147886 (S-2D) to MASDC as 1S0055 May 11, 1966
				147887 (MSN 27C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0363 Feb 17, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147888 (MSN 28C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0390 Feb 1, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147889 (MSN 29C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0381 Nov 29, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147890 (MSN 30C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0365 Feb 24, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147891 (MSN 31C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0380 Nov 29, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147892 (MSN 32C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0382 Nov 29, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				147893 (US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0384 Dec 7, 1972.  Registered Jul 16, 1977 as N64727 with Hillsborough County 
					Health Dept, Tampa, FL, sale reported 1993.  Operated by Lee County Mosquito Control, Fort Meyers, FL.  
					Registration cancelled Feb 25, 2013.
				147895 (MSN 35C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-895.  WFU Mar 16, 1994.
147896/147925		Vought F8U-2N Crusader 
				Redesignated F-8D in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				147896 (F-8H, VF-24) hit ramp while landing on USS Hancock (CVA-19) in Gulf of Tonkin Aug 31, 1968.
					Plane broke in half and exploded.  Pilot killed.
				147897 VMF(AW)-451 as VM-17.  Upgraded to F-8H.   1968: VF-24 as NP-2xx.
					8/31/1968: Struck ramp and exploded while attempting to land on USS Hancock (CVA-19) in the Gulf of Tonkin. Pilot was killed.
				147898 soc
				147899 1965: VF-124.  1965: VF-154 as NL-406.  (VF-154 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-42)) hit by ground fire 
					over North Vietnam Oct 14, 1965, but made it to Gulf of Tonkin and pilot ejected safely and was 
					rescued by Navy helicopter.
				147900 (VF-174) crashed at NAS Cecil Field, FL Dec 15, 1961.  Pilot ejected.
				147901 Upgraded to F-8H.  to MASDC as 2F349 from VF-202 NAS Dallas, TX Feb 11, 1976.  To Philippine AF as 322 Jun 2, 1978.
				147902 VF-211 as NP-113.  1966: VC-5 as UE-00.  Upgraded to F-8H.  VF-24 as NP-202.
					1972: VF-201 as AF-1xx.  9/29/1972: Crashed
				147903 VMF-235 as DB-13.  1965: VMF(AW)-451.  Feb 5, 1965: Written off
				147904 VMF(AW)-235 as DB-7.  1962: VMF(AW)-451 as VM-7.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1968: VF-931 as AJ-201.
					1970: VX-4 as XF-50.  1973: VX-4 as XF-05.  10/18/1973: Flamed out and crashed near Dallas, TX
				147905 Assigned to VMF(AW)-122 as DC-3.  Transferred to VMF(AW)-235 as DB-20, 1963.
					Transferred to VF-124 as NJ-445.  Upgraded to F-8H.   Transferred to VF-211 as NP-111, 1969.
					Transferred to VF-24.  Transferred to VF-201 as AF-112 NAS Dallas, TX.  to MASDC as 2F376 Mar 7, 1976.  
					To Philippine AF as 311 Mar 17, 1978
				147906 VMF-235.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1975: VF-202 as AF-210   NAS Dallas, TX.  To MASDC as 2F365 Feb 14, 1976.  
					To Philippine AF as 300 Dec 29, 1977
				147907 1961-62: VF-32 as AC-207.  1963: VF-32 as AC-2xx.  10/14/1963: Crashed on a flight off USS Saratoga CV-60
				147908 1964: VF-111 as NE-461.  1966: VC-5 as UE-10.   Upgraded to F-8H.  1973: VMF(AW)-112
					VMFA-112  crashed 35 miles from Ventura, California, Oct 18, 1973
				147909 1961-62: VF-32 as AC-208.  1966: VC-5 as UE-10.  1968: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8H.   1970: VF-111 as AJ-101.
					1970: VF-111 as AJ-102.
					In hard landing in 1968 at Guam and never flew again. 5/17/1974: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA
					Moved to NAD Park Jun 20, 1975.  It is officially
					on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola, Florida.  In Aug 2013 was on display at Naval
					Ammunition Depot at Soropimist Park, Kitsap Lake, Bremerton, Washington,on loand from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				147910 1962: VMF-451 as VM-14.  VMF(AW)-235 as DB-14.  1966: VF-174.
					7/13/1966: Crashed near NAS Cecil Field, FL
				147911 (VF-111 attached to USS Midway (CVA-41)) shot down by ground fire10 mi W of Phat Diem Than Ho Province, 
					North Vietnam Aug 13, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				147912 SOC
				147913 1961-62: VF-32 as AC-2xx   1965: VU-10.  May 10, 1965: Lost control and crashed into the sea off Cuba. Pilot was killed?
				147914 1962: VMF(AW)-451 as VM-15.  VMF(AW)-323 as WS-22.  VMF(AW)-122 as DC-3.
					Upgraded to F-8H.  1968: VF-703 as AH-101.  To MASDC as 2F374 Mar 2, 1976.  To Philippine AF as 319 May 17, 1978
				147915 (VF-32) hit back end of carrier deck during night landing on USS Saratoga (CVA-60) Dec 10, 1961.  Pilot killed.
				147916 1962: VMF(AW)-451 as VM-6.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1968: VF-51 as NF-1xx.  Aug 1, 1968: Credited with shooting down a MiG-21 over Vietnam.
					1969: VFP-63 as PP-102.  1970: VF-162 as AJ-2xx.
					5/28/1970: Struck ramp and crashed into the sea while landing on USS Shangri La CV-38
				147917 1961-62: VF-32 as AC-211.  8/15/1963: Written off.?
				147918 1966-67: VF-13 as AJ-108.  Upgraded to F-8H.  6/17/1974: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA
				147919 VMF-451 as VM-9.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1969: VF-24 as NP-2xx.
					(VF-24, F-8H) hit carrier ramp during landing on USS Hancock (CVA-19) in Gulf of
					Tonkin Feb 5, 1969.  Pilot killed.
				147920 1963: VF-32 as AC-2xx.  3/19/1963: Crashed during a night landing attempt on USS Saratoga CVA-60.   Pilot was killed.
				147921 VF-32 as AC-209.  Struck off charge
				147922 (MSN 843) Active with Service Test Division US Naval Air 
					Test Center at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. SOC at NARF Norfolk, VA January 10, 1975.
				147923 VF-32 as AC-214.  VF-32 as AC-211.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1968: VF-211 as NP-106.
					Hit carrier ramp during landing on USS Hancock (CVA-19) in Gulf of
					Tonkin Nov 15, 1968.  Pilot ejected and landed in safety net.
				147924 1967: VC-10 as JH-8.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1968: VF-24 as NP-2xx
					(VF-24, F-8H attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) ran out of fuel over South China Sea 
					off South Vietnam Aug 19, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				147925 (MSN 846) 1961: VMF-451 as VM-9.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1969: VF-124 as NJ-450.
					1970: VF-111 as AJ-111.  VF-201 as AF-104.  To MASDC as 2F398 Mar 18, 1976.  
					Transferred to USAF inventory as PCN FC012 Nov 2, 1987.  To Hardwood Range, WI as range target Apr 19, 1990
147926/147945		Martin P5M-2 Marlin
				Redesignated P-5B in 1962.
				147938/147945 cancelled
147946/147971		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune
				MSN 726-7196/7221.  Redesignated P-2H in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				147946 (MSN 726-7196) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 28 Oct 59. NARF Norfolk Nov 59; VP-24 Norfolk Nov 59-Nov 63 
					(listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					NARF Norfolk Nov 63-Feb 64; VP-56 Norfolk Feb 64-May 64; VP-24 Norfolk May 64-May 67; VP-30 Jacksonville May 67-Sep 67.  
					With VP-30 collided with RF-8G BuNo 146864 and crashed on bank of intracoastal waterway at Jacksonville Beach 
					Sep 27, 1967.  All crew killed.  Also listed as colliding with F4H-1 148422.
				147947 (MSN 726-7197) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 30 Oct 59. VP-11 Brunswick Nov 59-May 62 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-24 Norfolk May 62-Nov 63; NARF Norfolk Nov 63-Jun 64; VP-24 Norfolk Jun 64-Jun 67; VP-30 Jacksonville Jun 67-Sep 68; 
					VP-7 Jacksonville Sep 68-May 69; VP-23 Roosevelt Roads May 69-Jan 70; NAS Dallas Jan 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 Washington Nov 70; VP-68 Washington Nov 70-Jun 71; 
					VP-67 Memphis Jun 71-Jun 74; Aero Corp Lake City Jun 74-Aug 74; VP-67 Memphis Aug 74-Sep 75; 
					Seen parked at NAS Twin Cities (Minneapolis). It had reserve squadron markings, but the BuNo was 147947.
					SOC at Memphis Sep 13, 1975.
				147948 (MSN 726-7198) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 16 Nov 59. VP-19 Alameda Nov 59-Nov 63 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					VP-28 Barbers Point Nov 63-Nov 64; VP-4 Barbers Point Nov 64-Mar 65; VP-42 Whidbey Island Mar 65-Jul 65; 
					NARF Alameda Jul 65-Sep 65; VP-1 Whidbey Island Sep 65-Jan 66; VP-2 Whidbey Island Jan 66-Sep 69; 
					NARTU Alameda Sep 69-Sep 70: NAS Willow Grove Sep 70-Nov 70; VP-64 Willow Grove Nov 70-Jun 73; 
					VP-60 Glenview Jun 73-Mar 74; VP-92 South Weymouth Mar 74-Jan 75; VP-94 New Orleans Jan 75-Oct 75 [code LZ-8]; .
					To MASDC as 1P0394 Oct 11, 1975.  To PA0016.
				 	SOC May 29, 1978.  To civil registry as N80232 Apr 5, 1989.  In open storage at Avra Valley,
					Arizona 1993 to 2008.  Registered to Maricopa Aircraft Service, Tucson, Arizona Jul 31, 2013.  Current.
				147949 (MSN 726-7199) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 4 Dec 59. Remained with Lockheed until Apr 62 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					NAS Corpus Christi Apr 62; VX-1 Key West Apr 62-Jan 68; VP-7 Jacksonville Jan 68-May 69; VP-23 Brunswick May 69-Feb 70; 
					NAS Seattle Feb 70-May 70; NARTU Whidbey Island May 70-Nov 70: VP-69 Whidbey Island Nov 70-Sep 74;
					 Aero Corp Lake City Sep 74; VP-69 Whidbey Island Sep 74-Nov 75 [code PJ-3]; Loan to Dept of Interior Nov 75-Sep 76; 
					To MASDC as 1P0411 Sep 22, 1976, SOC Apr 1, 1982.  
					Now flying with Neptune Aviation Services, Missoula, MT as N949RR
				147950 (MSN 726-7200) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 10 Dec 59. VP-23 Brunswick Dec 59-Feb 62 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					NARF Norfolk Feb 62-May 62; VP-24 Norfolk May 62-Jan 63; VP-56 Norfolk Jan 63-Jun 68; 
					VP-56 Patuxent River Jun 6B-Aug 68; VP-7 Jacksonville Aug 68-May 69; VP-23 Brunswick May 69-Nov 69; 
					NAS Willow Grove Nov 69-Feb 70; NAS Twin Cities Feb 70; NAS Willow Grove Feb 70-Mar 70; 
					NAS New York Mar 70; NAS Willow Grove Mar 70-Nov 70; VP-84 Willow Grove Nov 70-Apr 73; 
					VP-94 New Orleans Apr 73-Jul 74; Aero Corp Lake City Jul 74-Aug 74; VP-94 New Orleans Aug 74-Jul 76 [code LZ-5]; 
					To MASDC as 1P0401 Jul 22, 1976, SOC May 29, 1978.  To Hawkins and Powers 
					Jan 1990 as N22154, later with Hawkins and Powers as N129HP 
					in outside storage.  Registered to Pride Capital Group LLC Sep 29, 2005.  Expired Sep 30, 2012
				147951 (MSN 726-7201) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 23 Dec 59. VP-23 Brunswick Jan 60-Apr 62 (listed as P2V-7S from Jan 60); 
					NARF Norfolk Apr 62-Jun 62; VP-24 Norfolk Jun 62-Oct 63; VP-56 Norfolk Oct 63-Jun 68; VP-7 Jacksonville Jun 68-Jun 69; 
					VP-45 Jacksonville Jun 69-Jan 70; NAS New York Jan 70-Apr 70; NAS Glenview Apr 70; NAS New York Apr 70-Sep 70; 
					NAS Willow Grove Sep 70-Nov 70; VP-66 Willow Grove Nov 70-May 73 [code LV-14]; .  To MASDC as 1P0336
					May 24, 1973, SOC Aug 19, 1977
				147952 (MSN 726-7202) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 18 Jan 60. VX-1 Key West Jan 60-Oct 64 (listed as P2V-7S from Feb 60); 
					VP-21 Brunswick Oct 64-Nov 69; NAS Twin Cities Nov 69-Feb 70; NAS Glenview Feb 70-Nov 70; 
					VP-60 Glenview Nov 70-Jan 74 [code LS-6]; .
					To MASDC as 1P0355 Jan 21, 1974.  SOC Jul 29, 1974.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				147953 (MSN 726-7203) Accepted as P2V-7 at Burbank 26 Jan 60 (listed as P2V-7S from 31 Jan 60). 
					NARF Alameda Feb 60; VP-17 Whidbey Island Feb 60-Dec 61; NAS Whidbey Island Dec 61; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Dec 61-Apr 62; VP-17 Whidbey Island Apr 62-May 62; VP-2 Whidbey Island May 62-Oct 64; 
					VP-31 North Island Oct 64-May 66; no inventory entries after 10 Jun 65 when still with VP-31.  With VP-31
					ditched 4 mi S of NAS North Island, CA May 18, 1966 after
					engine failed on approach.   All crew members rescued.
				147954 (MSN 726-7204) was first aircraft assepted as P2V-7S
					Feb 12, 1960.  NARF Alameda Feb 60; VP-17 Whidbey Island Feb 60-Aug 62; VP-31 North Island Aug 62-Nov 69; 
					NAS New Orleans Nov 69-Nov 70;  VP-94 New Orleans Nov 70-Jun 71; VP-68 Washington Jun 71; VP-67 Memphis Jun 71-Jul 71; 
					VP-92 South Weymouth Jul 71-Aug 71; VP-94 New Orleans Aug 71-Oct 75.  To MASDC Oct 11, 1975.  SOC May 29, 1978.
					Now on display at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia, marked as a USAF RB-69 with tail number 44037.
				147955 (MSN 726-7205) Accepted as P2V-7 a1 Burbank 29 Feb 60 (listed as P2V-7S from 7 Mar 60). 
					VP-18 Jacksonville Mar 60-Nov 64; VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Nov 64-Mar 67;  With VP-18 crashed at NAS
					Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico Feb 19, 1967 when ran off 
					runway while landing.  All crew members survived.
					Aircraft SOC Mar 22, 1967. 
				147956 (MSN 726-7206) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 16 Mar 60. VP-18 Jacksonville Mar 60-Jan 64; 
					VP-23 Brunswick Jan 64-Jan 70; NAS Seattle Jan 70-May 70; NARTU Whidbey Island Way 70-Nov 70; 
					VP-69 Whidbey Island Nov 70-Nov 73.   Damaged with VP-69 at or near NAS
					Whidbey Island, WA on or by Ju1 1, 1973, SOC
					Nov 26, 1973.
				147957 (MSN 726-7207) ) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 29 Mar 60. NARF Alameda Apr 60; 
					VP-17 Whidbey Island Apr 60-Mar 64; NARF Alameda Mar 64-Jun 64; VP-2 Whidbey Island Jun 64-Feb 66; 
					VP-17 Whidbey Island Feb 66-Aug 68; VP-2 Whidbey Island Aug 68-Sep 69; NARTU Alameda Sep 69-Sep 70; 
					NARTU Whidbey Island Sep 70-Nov 70; VP-69 Whidbey Island Nov 70-Nov 74; Aero Corp Lake City Nov 74-Oct 75; 
					VP-69 Whidbey Island Oct 75; VP-94 New Orleans Oct 75-Jul 76 [code LZ-10]; to MASDC Jul 24, 1976.  SOC May 29, 1978.
					Hawkins and Powers, South Bighorn County Airport, Greybull, Wyoming, N7060X.  .Sale reported   a new owner in Washington, DC.
					Now with Pima Air and Space Museum as N7060X
				147958 (MSN 726-7208) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 22 Apr 60. NARF Alameda Apr 60-May 60; 
					VP-17 Whidbey Island May 60-Feb 64; VP-1 Whidbey Island Feb 64-Nov 65; VP-4 Barbers Point Nov 65-Jun 66; 
					NARF Alameda Jun 66-Aug 66; VP-17 Whidbey Island Aug 66-Sep 68; VP-2 Whidbey Island Sep 68-Feb 69; 
					VP-42 Whidbey Island Feb 69-Aug 69; NAS Atlanta Aug 69-Nov 70; VP-62 Det Atlanta Nov 70-Apr 72; 
					DCASO Brownsville Apr 72-May 72; VP-92 South Weymouth May 72-Mar 73; NARF Quonset Point Mar 73-Jul 73; 
					NAS South Weymouth Jul 73-Feb 75; VP-69 Whidbey Island Feb 75-Nov 75.  To MASDC Nov 4, 1975.  SOC Apr 1, 1982.
				147959 (MSN 726-7209) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 29 Apr 60. VX-1 Key West May 60-Sep 62; 
					VP-21 Brunswick Sep 62-Jul 65; NAS Brunswick Jul 65-Sep 65; NARF Norfolk Sep 65-Feb 66; 
					VP-21 Brunswick Feb 66-Nov 67; VP-7 Jacksonville Nov 67-Jul 69; VP-45 Jacksonville Jul 69-Jan 70; 
					NAS Willow Grove Jan 70-Nov 70; VP-64 Willow Grove Nov 70-May 73; VP-92 South Weymouth May 73-Dec 74; 
					VP-94 New Orleans Dec 74-Sep 75 [code LZ-10];  To MASDC as 1P0392 Sep 21, 1975, SOC May 29, 1978.  To N959LH.
					Now with Neptune Aviation Services, Missoula, MT as N717AU.  
					In storage at Tucson.  Cancelled Apr 2, 2013
				147960 (MSN 726-7210)Accepted as P2V-7S al Burbank 10 May 60. VP-11 Brunswick May 60-Dec 65;
					 no inventory entries after 28 Feb 65.  With VP-11 ditched 25 mi E of NAS Brunswick,
					ME Dec 10, 1965 after rocket hung up after firing and
					ignited wing.  One crew member killed, 5 other survived.
				147961 (MSN 726-7211) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 19 May 60. NARF Alameda May 60-Jun 60; 
					VP-17 Whidbey Island Jun 60-Mar 64; VP-1 Whidbey Island Mar 64-Nov 65; 
					VP-4 Barbers Point Nov 65-Apr 66; NABF Alameda Apr 66-Jul 66; VP-17 Whidbey Island Jul 66-Aug 68; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Aug 68-Sep 69; NAS Seattle Sep 69-May 70; NARTU Whidbey Island May 70-Nov 70: 
					VP-69 Whidbey Island Nov 70-May 75; Aero Corp Lake City May 75; VP-69 Whidbey Island May 75-Oct 75; 
					VP-94 New Orleans Oct 75-Jul 76;  To MASDC Jul 22, 1976.  SOC May 29, 1978.
					Sold to Minden Air Corp, Gardnerville, NV as N299MA, Tanker 99.
					Crashed in mountainous terrain 4 mi NE of Redlands, CA Oct 3, 2003.  2 crew killed.
				147962 (MSN 726-7212) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 25 May 60. VP-11 Brunswick Jun 60-Dec 66; 
					VP-7 Jacksonville Dec 66-Jun 69; VP-45 Jacksonville Jun 69-Jan 70; NARTU North Island Jan 70-Jan 71; 
					VP-90 Glenview Jan 71-Feb 74
					To MASDC as 1P0366 Jul 22, 1976, SOC May 29, 1978
				147963 (MSN 726-7213) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 21 Jun 60. VP-11 Brunswick Jun 60-Nov 63; 
					VP-23 Brunswick Nov 63-Jan 70; NAS Seattle Jan 70-May 70; NARTU Whidbey Island May 70-Nov 70; 
					VP-69 Whidbey Island Nov 70-Aug 75;  To MASDC as 1P0390 Aug 15, 1975. SOC May 29, 1978.  
					To Air Force as PA0002 May 2, 1980.  To MASDC as LF0001 May 1, 1980.  Transferred to Smithsonian
					Collection Nov 10, 1994 but remained in storage at AMARC, on display on Celebrity Row.
				147964 (MSN 726-7214) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 30 Jun 60. VP-18 Jacksonville Jul 60-Nov 64; 
					VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Nov 64-Sep 68; 
					VP-21 Brunswick Sep 68-Jun 69; VP-23 Brunswick Jun 69-Jan 70; NAS Dallas Jan 70-Dec 70; VP-94 New Orleans Dec 70-Oct 75.
					To MASDC Oct 11,1975, SOC May 29, 1978.  To Allied Aircraft Sales as N964L Oct 34, 1986.
					To Aero Union Corp, Chico, CA Mar 1987 as N718AU, Tanker #18. Was "Firestar", which had jet engines taken off, 
					the auxiliary fuel tanks, the oil expansion tanks removed and carried 2000 gallon of retardant on computer 
					controlled constant flow doors.  Registered to Bravo Airlines Oct 12, 2007.  Expired Dec 31, 2012.
				147965 (MSN 726-7215) ) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 15 Jul 60. NARF Alameda Jul 60; VP-31 North Island Jul 60-Oct 69; 
					NAS Los Alamitos Oct 69-Jan 70; NARTU North Island Jan 70-Nov 70; VP-60 Glenview Nov 70-Jan 74; VP-92 South 
					Weymouth Jan 74-Jan 75; VP-67 Memphis Jan 75-Aug 75
					To MASDC as 1P0389 Aug 13, 1975, SOC May 29, 1978.
					Now with Neptune Aviation Services, Missoula, MT as N63819.
				147966 (MSN 726-7216) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 26 Jul 60. VP-21 Brunswick Aug 60-Nov 69; NAS Atlanta Nov 69-Nov 70; 
					VP-62 Det Atlanta Nov 70-Ocl 71; VP-69 Whidbey Island Oct 71; VP-62 Det Atlanta Oct 71-Jun 72; 
					VP-66 Willow Grove Jun 72-Apr 73; 
					VP-92 South Weymouth Apr73-Oct 74; VP-94 New Orleans Oct 74-Sep 75 [code LZ-14];  To MASDC Sep 21, 1975, SOC May 29, 1978.
					To civil registry as N4602X.  C or R not issued, registration cancelled Apr 25, 2011.  Reported
					preserved at South Georgia Technical college, Americus-Souther Field, Georgia 1989 to 2007.
				147967 (MSN 726-7217) Accepted as P2V-7S al Burbank 5 Aug 60. NARF Alameda Aug 60; VP-2 Whidbey Island Aug 60-Mar 66; 
					VP-17 Whidbey Island Mar 66-Aug 68; VP-2 Whidbey Island Aug 68-Oct 69; NARTU Washington Oct 69-Nov 70; 
					VP-68 Washington Nov 70-Jun 71; VP-66 Willow Grove Jun 71-Jun 73; VP-92 South Weymouth Jun 73-Aug 74; 
					Aero Corp Lake City Aug 74; VP-92 South Weymouth Aug 74-Dec 74; VP-69 Whidbey Island Dec 74-Nov 75;   
					To MASDC Nov 4,1975, SOC May 29, 1978.
					Sold on commercial market as N967LH, then became N703AU with Aero Union Corp.  Was Tanker 03 which was
					"Firestar" which had jet engines taken off, the auxiliary fuel tanks, the oil expansion tanks removed and carried 
					2000 gallon of retardant on computer controlled constant flow doors.  Then became CC-CHU.
					As CC-CHU of Heliworks donated to Museo Nacional Aeronautico
					y del Espacio, Santiago de Chile in 2013.  The aircraft was dismantled at Carriel Sur, first consignment of parts 
					arrived Santiago late Nov15; the rest, including the fuselage was expected before end 2015
				147968 (MSN 726-7218) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 23 Aug 60. NARF Alameda Aug 60-Sep 60; 
					VF-2 Whidbey Island Sep 60-May 62; VP-17 Whidbey Island May 62-Oct 63; VP-2 Whidbey Island Oct 63-Mar 66; 
					VP-17 Whidbey Island Mar 66-Sep 68; VP-2 Whidbey Island Sep 68-Sep 69; NAS Dallas Sep 69-Oct 70: 
					NARTU Washington Oct 70-Nov 70; VP-68 Washington Nov 70-Jun 71, VP-66 Willow Grove Jun 71-May 73; 
					VP-67 Memphis May 73-Dec 74 [code PL-6];  To MASDC as 1P0382 Dec 29, 1974, SOC May 29, 1978.
					Later with Aero Union Corp, Chico, CA as N702AU.   N702AU cancelled
					Jun 6, 2007.  Plane now at Chico Air Museum, Chico, California.
				147969 (MSN 726-7219) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 14 Sep 60. VP-24 Norfolk Sep 60-Apr 67; 
					VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Apr 67-Sep 68; VP-21 Brunswick Sep 68-Feb 69; VP-7 Jacksonville Feb 69-Jul 69; 
					VP-21 Brunswick Jul 69-Nov 69; VP-23 Brunswick Nov 69-May 70 (listed as EP-2H from Feb 70); 
					VC-8 Roosevelt Roads May 70-Apr 72; DCASO Brownsville Apr 72-Mar 73; NARF Quonset Point Mar 73-May 73; 
					VC-8 Roosevelt Roads May 73-Jan 76; Aero Corp Lake City Jan 76-Mar 76; VC-8 Roosevelt Roads Mar 76-Aug 80;
					 SOC Roosevelt Roads 28 Aug 80.  It was the last P-2 flown by the Navy.
					Transferred to Canada for display.
					Remains in one piece at Canadian Forces base in Greenwood, NS.  Noted Sep
					2006 at Greenwood Military Aviation Museum, Greenwood, Nova
					Scotia painted as 24101.
				147970 (MSN 726-7220) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 27 Sep 60. VP-30 Jacksonville Oct 60-Mar 61;
					With VP-30 while practicing night searchlight
					runs over Lake George in central Floriada flew into
					water Mar 9, 1961.  All 8 crew killed.  Aircraft SOC the same day.
				147971 (MSN 726-7221) Accepted as P2V-7S al Burbank 21 Oct 60. VP-31 North Island Oct 60-Oct 69; 
					NAS Los Alamitos Oct 69-Jan 70;  NARTU North Island Jan 70-Nov 70; VP-65 Point Mugu Nov 70-Jan 72;
					 DCASO Brownsville Jan 72-Feb 72; VP-65 Point Mugu Feb 72-Sep 74; VP-69 Whidbey Island Sep 74-Fab 75 [code PJ-11]; 
					To MASDC as 1P0386 Feb 4, 1975, SOC May 29, 1978.
147972/147983		Kaman UH-2A
				MSN 5/16.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				147973 to UH-2B Mar 1965
				147978 to NUH-2B May 1968
				147979 w/o 4/8/1968.
				147980 (MSN 13) to HH-2D 1971, SH-2F Apr 1974.  To AMARC as 8H0055 Dec 13, 1993.
				147981 (MSN 14) to UH-2C, to NUH-2C. As NUH-2C active in July 1972 at the 
					Naval Missile Center at NAS Point Mugu, California in a series of weapon launch trials . 
					To HH-2D, to NHH-2D, Designation changed to SH-2F
147984/148032		Sikorsky HSS-1N Seabat
				Redesignated SH-34J in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				147984 (MSN 581177) HT-8, NAS Whiting Field, Milton, FL.  To MASDC as 3H0241 Aug 25, 1969.
					Transferred to USAF as PCN HD080 6Jan71. Declared excess 6Apr72. Transferred 
					to US Navy as PCN 3H241 6Apr72. Departed to NAEC Lakehurst, NJ 12May80. Probably 
					used as a spare power unit for the Piasecki PA-97-34J Helistat experimental 
					heavy-lift aircraft.
				147985 (MSN 581217) SOC May 27, 1968 NARF Pensacola
				147986 (MSN 581218) to MASDC as HD0081 Jul 14, 1969.  To civil registry as N36GT
				147987 (MSN 581219) to MASDC as HD0082 Jul 17, 1969.  To civil regitry as N4857M.
				147988 (MSN 581220) SOC Feb 4, 1972 NAS Jacksonville
				147989 (MSN 581221)
				147990 (MSN 581230) w/o Nov 6, 1966 NARTU Jacksonville
				147991 (MSN 581231)
				147992 (MSN 581232).  Modified as CH58-1232 for Chicago Helicopter Airways as N73CH
				147993 (MSN 581233) w/o Jun 2, 1967 NAS New Orleans
				147994 (MSN 581234) 
				147995 (MSN 581235) SOC Mar 30, 1972 NARF Pensacola
				147996 (MSN 581236)
				147997 (MSN 581244)
				147998 (MSN 581245) to MASDC as HD0083 Jun 23, 1969.  To civil registry as N46755.
				147999 (MSN 581246) to MASDC as HD0199 Jun 14, 1974.  To civil registry as N46921.
				148000 (MSN 581247) HT-8, NAS Whiting Field, Milton, FL; code 2E-124.   To MASDC as 3H0013 May 17, 1969.
					Departed to NAEC Lakehurst, NJ 22Apr80. Used as one of four power units for 
					the Piasecki PA-97-34J Helistat experimental heavy-lift aircraft which incorporated 
					a retired US Navy Goodyear ZPG-2W blimp envelope. Registered 17Mar86 as N1897Z; 
					cancelled 26Mar91. First flight at NAEC Lakehurst 26Apr86. The Helistat was 
					destroyed after landing on its first hover test flight at NAS Lakehurst 1Jul86. 
					A power loss was noted on the #3 helicopter. Prior to mooring, a gust of wind 
					from the rear of the aircraft induced some movement across the ramp. The pilot
					attempted to takeoff but the undercarriage responded badly to this, the 
					bogies shimmying uncontrollably causing ground resonance with the helicopters. 
					The vibration was sufficient to cause a structural failure as the Helistat 
					finally lifted off; the helicopters broke off from their mountings and fell 
					to the ground. 
				148001 (MSN 581250) to MASDC as 3H0015 May 27, 1969.
				148002 (MSN 581254) to MASDC as Apr 21, 1969.  Now at Pueblo Weisbrod Museum, Pueblo, CO, on loan from National
					Naval Aviation Museum.
				148003 (MSN 581255)RAW-77 noted 1967. SOC Mar 28, 1972 NARF Pensacola
				148004 (MSN 581256) w/o Oct 6, 1966 NARTU Norfolk
				148005 (MSN 581257) w/o 3 May 1963 Laos
				148006 (MSN 581258) w/o Jan 15, 1969 Ellyson Field
				148007 (MSN 581259) to civil registry as N2252K.
				148008 (MSN 581266) to MASDC as HD0187 Feb 20, 1974.  To civil registry as N90822
				148009 (MSN 581267) SOC Nov 29, 1968 NARF Pensacola
				148010 (MSN 581268) w/o Sep 19, 1969 at Ellyson Field.
				148011 (MSN 581269) to MASDC as HD0176 Jan 24, 1974.  To civil registry as N87717 with Los Angeles Country Sheriff's Office.
				148012 (MSN 581270)
				148013 (MSN 581271) Operated by 304th ARS.  Experienced hard over and emergency landing in
             			Northern California.  Crew survived.  Beale AFB personnel assisted in recovery. 
             			Being transferred to LA County Sheriff's Office so no repair or return to military
             			service was conducted.  Believe disposition was to DRMO.
				148014 (MSN 581272) to MASDC as HD0194 Mar 28, 1974.  To Maryland State Police as N62293,
					then to C-GMMR.
				148015 (MSN 581274) SOC Mar 20, 1972, NARF Pensacola
				148016 (MSN 581275) 
				148017 (MSN 581276) 
				148018 (MSN 581277) to MASDC as HD0090 Jul 7, 1969.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001.  Still
					present Nov 2016 in Jack's Government Surplus Yard, Tucson
				148019 (MSN 581278) to MASDC as HD0188 Feb 21, 1974.  To civil registry as N611PD.
					Noted in Academy of Aeronautics, Queens, NY in 1988.
				148020 (MSN 581279)
				148021 (MSN 581280) to MASDC as HD0185 Feb 14, 1974.  To civil registry as N51803.
				148022 (MSN 581285) SOC Feb 29, 1972 NAS Jacksonville
				148023 (MSN 581286) to MASDC as HD0190 Mar 7, 1974.
				148024 (MSN 581287)
				148025 (MSN 581288) HT-8, NAS Whiting Field, Milton, FL; code 2E-121.  To MASDC as 3H0243 Jun 3, 1969.
					Transferred to USAF as PCN HD094 6Jan71. Declared excess 6Apr72. 
					Transferred to US Navy as PCN 3H243 6Apr72. Departed to NAEC Lakehurst, NJ 12May80. 
					Probably used as a spare power unit for the Piasecki PA-97-34J Helistat experimental 
					heavy-lift aircraft.
				148026 (MSN 581289)
				148027 (MSN 581290) Operated by 304th ARS.  Crashed into Columbia River, OR during night Pararescue
             			water recovery training.  Crew survived.  Ultimately trucked to Defense Reutilization
             			and Marketing at Ft Lewis, WA.  To MASDC as 3H0055 1969.
				148028 (MSN 581291) to MASDC as HD0196 Mar 29, 1974.  To civil registry as N87718
				148029 (MSN 581297) to MASDC as HD0177 Jan 28, 1974.
				148030 (MSN 581298) st Flying Tigers Warbird Air Museum, Kissimmee, FL.
				148031 (MSN 581299) to MASDC as HD0099 Dec 4, 1969.  To civil registry as N49TC
				148032 (MSN 581300)
148033/148052		Sikorsky HSS-2 Sea King
				Redesignated SH-3A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				148034,148035,148037,148039,148044,148045,148046, 148047,148048,148050,148051,148052 converted
					to SH-3G.
				148035,148036,148039,148042,148043,148045,148048,148049, 148050,148052 converted to SH-3H.
				148042,148052 converted to UH-3H.
				148033 (MSN 61011) delivered as YHSS-2. Converted to NH-3A high-speed research aircraft.
				148034 (MSN 61012) HC-7 "Seadevils". converted to SH-3G.  w/o Jul 22, 1974 with HC-1
				148035 (MSN 61013)converted to UH-3A.  Noted at NAS North Island, CA May 16, 1978 as RA-753 with HS-10.
				148036 HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-72.  converted to HH-3A.  Noted at NAS Pensacola, FL Sep 21, 1979 with no markings (probably on
					overhaul with the NAD).  Registered as N5193J 29Apr97; Siller Helicopters, Yuba City, CA; current [Jul18].
				148037 (MSN 61015) converted to SH-3G.  To MASDC as 9H001 Sep 16, 1976, returned to service.
					w/o Jul 30, 1987.  Was ex HMX-1 on MASDC.
				148038 (MSN 61016) Accepted by US Navy 24May60. In May 1961, the helicopter conducted carrier-suitability 
					trials aboard the now-decommissioned USS Lake Champlain (CVS-39). 
					Re-designated as an SH-3A on Sept. 18, 1962. Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (HS) 1, Key West, Florida. 
					Converted to an RH-3A to conduct mine-sweeping flight testing November 1965. Panama City, Florida. 
					NAS Point Mugu, California in June 1971 as a drone recovery vehicle. Redesignated as a UH-3A early to mid 1990s. 
					Pacific Missile Range facility, Barking Sands, Hawaii; used on missile range support work. SOC 1996. 
					Sold to Croman Corporation 1966. Sold in 2011 to Clayton International. The latter agreed to refurbish 
					the airframe and donate it to the Patuxent River Naval Air Museum, where it arrived on 21 May 2015.
				148039 (MSN 61017) converted to SH-3G, converted to SH-3H.  To MASDC as 9H0009 Feb 7, 1978.  SOC Oct 4, 1999.
				148040 (MSN 61018) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-31. converted to RH-3A minesweeper. As RH-3A active in May 1969 aboard USS 
					Catskill (MCS-1) with HC-7 coded VH-31. Noted NAS North Island, CA Sep 6, 1984 as Modex 9 on the PMRF.
				148041 (MSN 61019) Redesignated as a UH-3A early to mid 1990s. Pacific Missile Range facility, Barking Sands, Hawaii; 
					used on missile range support work. Croman Corporation, White City, OR
				148042 (MSN 61020) Noted on CVA-59/USS Forrestal CVA-59 Sep 27, 1987 as Modex AE-615 of HS-15.
					On display at park at NAS Norfolk, VA, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				148043 (MSN 61021) was YHSS-2 at one time. Noted NAS North Island, CA Sep 6, 1984 as Modex NK-412
					of HS-8 (should be NK-612)?.   SOC Mar 31, 2005.
					Now at Naval Aviation Museum at Barbers Point, Hawaii, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				148044 (MSN 61022) crashed and burned out at NAS Fallon Mar 22, 1978
				148045 (MSN 61023) converted to UH-3A then to VH-3A?  Aboard USS Hayler (DD-997) in October 1987 coded
					AB-611 with HS-11.  Noted at NAS Mayport, FL May 11, 1989 as Modwex AR-445
					of HS-1.  To Peruvian Navy as HM-492
				148046 (MSN 61024) converted to SH-3G.  To MASDC as 9H0010 Mar 10, 1978.  Returned to service.  
					Issued to HC-1 as modex AR-728 at some point.  With VC-8 crashed into Caribbean Sea near Puerto Rico Jan 22, 1985.
					One crew member killed.
				148047 (MSN 61025) Noted at NAS Norfolk, VA Mar 25, 1988 as Modex HU-722 of HC-2.  To AMARC as 9H0045 Nov 3, 1993.
					To United Aeronautical Corp yard, Tucson, AZ. Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Tucson, AZ, 
					Aug 20, 2018
				148048 (MSN 61026) converted to SH-3G and then to UH-3H. Noted at NAS Norfolk, VVA Mar 25, 1988 as
					modex HU-722 of HC-2.  later to HC-85.  SOC Jul 8, 2005
				148049 (MSN 61027) Active in October 1984 with HS-5 coded AG-610
					HC-7 Seadevils converted to SH-3H, then to UH-3H.  Noted at NAS North Island, CA May 16, 1978.  SOC Nov 29, 2006
				148050 (MSN 61028) converted to SH-3G, then to SH-3H.  Civilianized as N81725 and noted at Carson Helicopters, 
					Perkasie, PA May 17, 2001.
				148051 (MSN 61029) converted to SH-3G.  Noted at NAS North Island, CA Sep 6, 1984 as Modex UP-727 of HC-1
				148052 (MSN 61030) converted to SH-3G then to SH-3H, then to UH-3H.  Noted at NAS Pensacola, FL Apr 3, 1988.
					SOC Jul 26, 2005
148053/148122		Sikorsky HUS-1 Seahorse
				Model 58.  Redesignated UH-34D in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				148053 (MSN 581165) destroyed by enemy fire in Southeast Asia Jun 25, 1966.  3 killed, one survived
				148054 (MSN 581166) to US Army as 55-5246.  Returned to US Navy.  to Air America as H-F Mar 17, 1961.  
					Crashed in Laos Apr 7, 1963, repaired. Destroyed by rockets at Luang Prabang, Laos, Feb 2, 1967. 
				148055 (MSN 581168) to Vietnam AF
				148056 (MSN 581169) to US Army as 55-5246.  HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-66. 
					Crashed and destroyed after a mid-air collision at night with UH-1E, BuNo 152426, of VMO-2 
					near Da Nang, Vietnam 2Sep67 [4KIA]. The H-34 was below and behind the UH-1 when the rotor 
					blades struck the skids. The H-34 fell into a rice paddy near "Charley Med" just west of the 
					Da Nang airfield complex. The crew of the UH-1 was not hurt and landed safely.
				148057 (MSN 581170) to Air America as H-31.  Lost in Laos Feb 2, 1967.
				148058 (MSN 581171) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-62. Damaged by emeny small arms 
					fire rescuing a patrol of Korean Marines pinned down in a rice paddy south of Da Nang, 
					Vietnam 8Nov67 [1KIA]. Shot down by NVA during an emergency medevac mission, crashed on a 
					sand bar and burned out 21Dec67, South Vietnam [crew rescued].
				148059 (MSN 581172) damaged Feb 26, 1967 at Da Nang and w/o Feb 27, 1968.
				148060 (MSN 581173) to Indonesian AF as H-5802.  Preserved
					at Yogyakarta museum.
				148061 (MSN 581174) to Vietnam AF
				148062 (MSN 581175) w/o Jul 10, 1966, Santa Ana
				148063 (MSN 581176) to US Army as 55-5247.
				148064 (MSN 581178)
				148065 (MSN 581179) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-86.  Crashed 4Feb66 in vicinity 
					of KyHa Quang Tin Province, Republic of Vietnam [1KIA].
				148066 (MSN 581180)
				148067 (MSN 581181) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jun68 to Aug69].  SOC July 21, 1970, NAS South Weymouth, MA.
				148068 (MSN 581182) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam
				148069 (MSN 581183) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam. SOC March 10, 1972, NARF Pensacola, FL.
				148070 (MSN 581184) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jun68]. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam.  Written off July 1, 1968, MCAS New River, NC.
				148071 (HMM-263) while taking off from USS Point Defiance lost power and crashed into South China Sea
					Apr 27, 1967.  All 6 onboard killed.
				148072 (MSN 581185) w/o Mar 15, 19876 near An Hoa, Vietnam.
				148073 (MSN 581187) to civil registry as N42155.  seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				148074 (MSN 581188) to Air America as XW-PHC.
				148075 (MSN 581189) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jun67 to Aug69].
				148076 (MSN 581190)
				148077 (MSN 581191) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-66. Crashed and destroyed 
					Vietnam 25Jun67 [1KIA:1WIA]. While approaching the fuel pits at Dong Ha after completing a 
					night medevac mission, lost control due to mechanical difficulties, struck the ground in a 
					nose down attitude and over-turned. The helicopter immediately burst into flames. 
					The pilot and copilot escaped quickly with minor scratches and bruises. The pilot returned 
					to the flaming wreckage to help rescue the disabled gunner. The crew chief apparently was 
					unconscious and died in the inaccessible interior of the burning aircraft.
				148078 (MSN 581192) 
				148079 (MSN 581193) 3/2/60: TOS USMC.
					By 8/61: Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 163 (HMM-163), NAS Santa Ana, CA.
					Mar 8, 1962: Overhaul and Repair, Bureau of Naval Weapons, Fleet Readiness (OR BUWEPS FR), NAS North Island, CA.
					Jun 4, 1962: HMM-363, MCAS El Toro, CA.
					Jul 6, 1962: Redesignated UH-34D.
					8/22/62: HMM-364 aboard USS Princeton (LPH-5) for combat missions in Vietnam. Incurred some bullet hole damage.
					Jul 12, 1963: HMM-365, MCAS Futema, Okinawa.
					4/30/64: OR BUWEPS FR, NAS North Island, CA.
					Jul 12, 1965: HMM-364, NAS Santa Ana, CA.
					Dec 5, 1966: Marine Medium Helicopter Training Squadron 301 (HMMT-301), NAS Santa Ana, CA..
					2/16/67: HAMRON 30 COSA, NAS Santa Ana, CA. 
					By 10/67: TOS USN.
					10/16/67: Naval Air Rework Facility (NARF), Pensacola, FL.
					3/25/68: Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Fallon, NV. Aircraft was used primarily for search and rescue in the 
					area, including taking patients to and from hospitals between small towns and Reno. Aircraft was also 
					fitted with spraying apparatus for fighting mosquitoes around NAS Fallon.
					10/28/70: To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.  10/73: SOC. 
					1/76: Fred Clark, Orlando Helicopter Airways, Orlando, FL. with c/r N62254.
					10/76: Converted to ITASCA-Winnebago Heli-Home. Heli-Home brochure information: "Winnebago Industries 
					converted this aircraft as a prototype for marketing Heli-Home/Heli-Camper, after remanufacture of 
					the airframe by Orlando Helicopter Airways. It has sleeping facilities for four, 4 cubic foot electric 
					refrigerator, 2-burner electric range, 40,000 BTU furnace, dual hot water heaters, shower, wash basin, 
					toilet, 6000 BTU a/c, 3500 watt generator, dual storage batteries, 110 volt ground plug-in, full 
					beverage service center, color TV, AM/FM stereo and tape system, two water tanks, two holding tanks, 
					full carpeting and soundproofing, detachable awning and screen enclosure. Intended for use as RV, 
					field office, etc., with various interiors available in production models, which would also be built 
					from S-55 types."
					4/17/81: Coast Helicopters, Juneau, AK with c/r C-FCHD.
					9/82 to 12/83: Operated as Transwest Helicopters, British Columbia.
					12/19/83: Klochko Equipment, Fair Haven, MI with c/r N4582B.
					By 6/91: Brad Ladue/5 State Helicopters, Royse City, TX with c/r N4582B.
					6/20/91: Crash: "The accident occurred at Corsicana, TX, United States while cruising. The damage was 
					substantial. The helicopter was in cruise flight over a lake when an engine power loss occurred. 
					The pilot entered autorotation and maneuvered downwind toward the shore line. The helicopter landed 
					hard and the right main gear strut collapsed, penetrating the fuselage. Engine examination showed a 
					total failure of the magneto. It had recently undergone repair and inspection at an engine shop." (NTSB)
					2/19/92: 5 State Helicopters, Royse City, TX with c/r N506.
					6/94: 5 State Helicopters, Royse City, TX with c/r N6BY.
					10/94: 5 State Helicopters, Royse City, TX with c/r N6BL.
					2/16/00: Liftcopters INC, Ft. Lauderdale, FL with c/r N506.
					5/15/06:  Falcon Executive Helicopters, Pittsburgh, PA with c/r N506
					Jul 1, 2010:  Versatile Investments Ltd, Brewster, WA with c/r N506. Operating as Airlift Helicopters.
					Jun 10, 2015: VI 1, LLC, Brewster, WA with c/r N506.
				148080 (MSN 581194) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Jun 1, 1967.
				148081 (MSN 581195) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam.  SOC Feb 6, 1972.
				148082 (MSN 581196) to civil registry as N16642, N724SB, N598S
				148083 (MSN 581197) to MASDC as 3H0225 Jan 27, 1971.
				148084 (MSN 581198)
				148085 (MSN 581199) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]; coded YL-31. HMM-764, Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment (MARTD), 
					NAS Los Alamitos, CA.  To MASDC as 3H0099 Apr 1, 1970.  Departed to Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ. 
					Registered as N4216A to Orlando Helicopter Airways 10Mar81; cancelled 28Oct13.
				148086 (MSN 581200)
				148087 (MSN 581201)
				148088 (MSN 581202) destroyed Aug 28, 1967, no injuries.
				148089 (MSN 581203) to Air America as XW-PHB.  Scrapped May 31, 1974.
				148090 (MSN 581204) H&MS-16; code WW-7. HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-78. 
					South Vietnam Air Force as 148090.  Written off September 4, 1965..
				148091 (MSN 581205) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-60, later as YZ-17. 
					SOC Jan 31, 1972, NARF Alameda, CA
				148092 (MSN 581206) SOC May 31, 1969 NARF Jacksonville
				148093 (MSN 581207) w/o Oct 9, 1968 Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam.
				148094 (MSN 581208) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-84.  To MASDC as 3H0238 Nov 24, 1970.
				148095 (MSN 581209) to MASDC as 3H0240 May 31, 1973.
				148096 (MSN 581210) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Sep 17, 1970.
				148097 (MSN 581211) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jun67 to Aug67].  SOC Jan 24, 1972 NARF Alameda, CA
				148098 (MSN 581212) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Mar68 to Aug69].  W/o Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam Apr 24, 1970.
				148099 (MSN 581213) SOC Feb 10, 1972 NARF Alameda
				148100 (MSN 581214) SOC Jun 2, 1969 NARF Pensacola.  Remanufactured as CH58-1214 N75CH
					with Chicago Helicopter Airways, Inc
				148101 (MSN 581215)
				148102 (MSN 581216) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Oct67 to Aug69]. SOC October 18, 1972 at Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF), 
					Barking Sands, Hawaii
				148103 (MSN 581222) SOC Jul 6, 1972 NARF Norfolk
				148104 (MSN 581223) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-74. On 29May67 the aircraft 
					crashed while landing and rolled over on its side in Vietnam. It was recovered by CH-53 and 
					returned to service. SOC June 8, 1971 NARF Alameda, CA.
				148105 (MSN 581224) to Indonesian AF as H-3413.
				148106 (MSN 581225) to Chicago Helicopter Industries as N67CH.  Later N62234, then N67CH again.
				148107 (MSN 581226) to MASDC as 3H0206 May 1, 1972.
				148108 (MSN 581227) SOC Jun 2, 1969 NARF Pensacola.  Modified as CH58-1227 for Chicago
					Helicopter Industries as N76CH.
				148109 (MSN 581228) stored at Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA May 2006
				148110 (MSN 581229) to Air America as XW-PHD.  Lost Oct 5, 1973.
				148111 (MSN 581239) w/o Jul 1, 1966, Marble Mountain, minor injuries
				148112 (MSN 581240) assigned to VX-6.  Named Gentle 2
				148113 (MSN 581243) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jul67 to Oct67]. Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF), Barking Sands, Hawaii. 
					Received at NARF North Island, San Diego, CA as a UH-34D on 13Jul70. Bailed to Air America 
					18Nov70 as XW-PHE; arrived Udorn, Thailand 13Dec70. Conversion to S-58T completed 24Jun71. 
					Returned to USMC 1974 after removing the Air America-owned S-58T kit and engines. SOC 1May74; 
					deactivated 31May74. 
				148114 (MSN 581251) noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001.  I have a report that has
					this one being w/o Jan 27, 1967 in Vietnam with 1 KIA.
				148115 (MSN 581252) to MASDC as 3H0211 May 31, 1973.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				148116 (MSN 581253) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jun68 to Sep68]. HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam.  To MASDC as 3H0202 Feb 25, 1972.
				148117 (MSN 581261)
				148118 (MSN 581262) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-68.  SOC Apr 13, 1972, 
					NAS North Island, San Diego, CA
				148119 (MSN 581263) assigned to VX-6.  Named Gentle 119.  Based at NAS Quonset Point, RI for summer training.
				148120 (MSN 581264) HMM-261; code EM-9. HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-61.  
					SOC May 1, 1972 NARF Quonset Point, RI.
				148121 (MSN 581265) assigned to VX-6.  Named Gentle 3.  SOC 1969 at NARF Pensacola.  To civil registry 
					with Carson Services, Perkasie, PA in 1969 as N90937 for spare parts source
				148122 (MSN 581273) assigned to VX-6.  Named Gentle 4.  SOC 1969 at NARF Pensacola.  To civil registry 
					with Carson Services, Perkasie, PA in 1969 as N90938 for spare parts source.
148123/148146		Grumman WF-2 Tracer 
				Model G-117.  MSN 41/64.  Redesignated E-1B in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				148123 (MSN 41)
				148124 (MSN 42)
				148125 (MSN 43)
				148126 (MSN 44)
				148127 (MSN 45) to MASDC as 1E0032 Aug 7, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148128 (MSN 46) to MASDC as 1E0035 Oct 16, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148129 (MSN 47)
				148130 (MSN 48) to MASDC as 1E0024 Jul 11, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148131 (MSN 49) to MASDC as 1E0015 Apr 25, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148132 (MSN 50) (VAW-111) lost Oct 8, 1967 over South Vietnam while enroute from Chu Lai AB back to 
					USS Oriskany (CVA-34).  Remains
					of 5 crewmembers recovered 1993.
				148133 (MSN 51) to MASDC as 1E026 Jul 12, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148134 (MSN 52) to MASDC as 1E016 Apr 25, 1973.
				148135 (MSN 53) to MASDC as 1E043 Jan 17, 1975.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148136 (MSN 54) to MASDC as 1E031 Aug 3, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148137 (MSN 55) to MASDC as 1E019 Jul 10, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148138 (MSN 56) to MASDC as 1E017 Apr 29, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148139 (MSN 57) to MASDC as 1E018 Jul 5, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148140 (MSN 58) wih VAW-88/NAS Noris.  To MASDC as 1E008 Dec 15, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148141 (MSN 59) to MASDC as 1E052 Oct 30, 1967.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148142 w/o Mar 25, 1965
				148143 (MSN 61) to MASDC as 1E038 Nov 28, 1973, returned to service.  Back to MASDC as 1E0042 Oct 29, 1982.
					To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug 2002
				148144 (MSN 62) to MASDC as 1E042 Dec 1, 1971.   To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148145 (MSN 63) to MASDC as 1E027 Jul 13, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148146 12/30/60: TOS USN and assigned to Airborne Early Warning Squadron 11(VAW-11), NAS North Island, San Diego, CA. 
					1/61: Deployed aboard USS Constellation.   7/6/62: Re-designated as E-1B.
					Unknown date: Airborne Warning Squadron 12 (VAW-12), NAS Norfolk, VA.
					4/1/67: Airborne Early Warning Squadron 121 (VAW-121), NAS Norfolk, VA (created out of detachment of VAW-12).
					1967: Airborne Early Warning Squadron 111 (VAW-111), NAS North Island, San Diego, CA.
					1968: Airborne Early Warning Squadron 121 (VAW-121), NAS Norfolk, VA.
					Note: Aircraft deployed also on USS Wasp (CVS-18), USS Saratoga (CVA-60) and USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42) 
					in both Atlantic and Pacific Oceans during its career.
					6/9/75: Ferried to National Naval Aviation Museum, NAS Pensacola, FL.  9/25/75: SOC..
148147/148149		Grumman W2F-1 Hawkeye  
				Model G-123 prototypes.  MSN 01/03.  Redesignated E-2A in 1962.
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				148147 (MSN 1) modified as C-2A prototype. First flight Nov 18, 1964.  Crashed into Rhode Island
					Sound near Cuttyhunk Island, MA Apr 29, 1965 during test flight.  Crew of two died of exposure.
				148148 (MSN 2) modified as C-2A prototype.  To AMARC from VRC-30 coded RW-30 at NAS North Island, CA
					as 1C0005 Jun 19 1987.  SOC at AMARC.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				148149 (MSN 3) used as test bed for AN/APS-111 radar between Jun 1965 and Oct 1967.  Preserved and mounted on
					a pedestal at NAS Miramar.
148150/148239		North American T2J-1 Buckeye
				MSN 266-1/90.  Redesignated T-2A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				148163 (MSN 266-14) to MASDC as 2T0023
				148168 (MSN 266-19) to MASDC.
				148239 on loan from USMC Air-Ground Museum, Quantico, VA to Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.
148240/148245		Grumman UF-2 Albatross 
				Ex-USAF SA-16Bs for MDAP.  Serials assigned for administrative purposes.
148246/148249		Lockheed GV-1 Hercules 
				Redesignated KC-130F in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				148246 (MSN 282-3566) Ca.7/60: TOS USMC as GV-1. 
					By 3/61: Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 352 (VMGR-352), MCAS El Toro, CA. 
					4/62: Began supporting operations in Vietnam with missions to haul materials used to 
					build up Soc Trang (located Southeast of Saigon) as a base for helicopter combat operations. 
					9/18/62: Redesignated KC-130F.  
					By 10/70: VMGR-152, Okinawa. Deployments to South Vietnam supporting combat operations. 
					By 1983: VMGR-234, NAS Glenview, IL. 
					By 10/95: Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Training Squadron 253 (VMGRT-253), MCAS Cherry Point, NC. 
					Unknown date: Air Test and Evaluation Squadron 20 (VX-20), NAS Patuxent River, MD. 
					11/30/05: SOC.  being dismantled 2006 at NAS Patuxent River, Md.
					Wing center section returning to Lockheed Martin to be
					refurbished and installed on another Hercules.  
				148247 (MSN 282-3573) to AMARC as 2G0052 Feb 22, 2007.  SOC Apr 27, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				148248 (MSN 282-3574) to AMARC as 2G0035 Oct 19, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				148249 (MSN 282-3577) Active in July 1994 with VMGRT-253 at MCAS
					Cherry Point, North Carolina coded GR-249. To AMARC as 2G0050 Jul 27, 2006.  SOC Nov 29, 2006.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
148250/148251		Cessna OE-2 
				Cessna Model 321.  Transferred from USAF to US Marine Corps, delivered 1956.  Designation changed to O-1C in 1962
				148250 Accepted by USAF as 59-5928. Delivered to US Marine Corps 10Nov59 as 148250. Possibly to Military 
					Assistance Program (MAP). To Republic of Korea.
				148251 Accepted by USAF as 59-5929. Delivered to US Marine Corps 10Nov59 as 148251. to Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP). Republic of Korea. Preserved at the Republic of Korea Naval College, Jinhae, South Korea.
148252/148261		McDonnell F4H-1F Phantom II
				MSN 24/33.  Redesignated F-4A-4-MC in 1962
				148252 (MSN 24) 1961: NMC.  1962-63: VX-4.  1967-68: VC-7 as UH-1.
					SOC at Rome ADC, NY Feb 18, 1968.  Noted preserved at Quonset Air Museum, RI in Sep 2002.  This museum
					is now closed, aircraft going to Pitcarin Museum at the old MAS Willow Grove PA base, now an ANG station.
				148253 (MSN 25) 1961: NMC.  1962-63: VX-4 as XF-4.  VF-121.
					SOC at NAS North Island, CA Apr 16, 1968
				148254 (MSN 26) 1961: MAC.  1965-67: NATC as 254.  Crashed into sea off Cape Charles, Virginia Apr 14, 1967
				148255 (MSN 27) VF-121.  1967: NATF as 7.  SOC at NAS Memphis, TN Dec 12, 1968.  Assigned as ground trainer at NAS Millington, Tennessee
				148256 (MSN 28) 1960: VF-101.  VF-101 as AD-101.   1968: VF-101.  SOC at NAS Key West, FL Sep 21, 1968.  Currently preserved at 
					Mayport Naval Base, Florida
				148257 (MSN 29) VF-121 as NJ-106.   SOC at NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey May 23, 1968.  Was preserved at NADC Lakehurst, NJ.
				148258 (MSN 30) VF-101 as AD-1xx.   1963: VF-121 as NJ-105.  SOC at NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey Jun 16, 1968
				148259 (MSN 31) 1961: VX-4 as XF-1.  VF-101 as AD-109.  NATF as 4.
					SOC at NAS Millington, Tennessee Jan 16, 1970.  Salvaged at NAS Memphis, Tennessee
				148260 (MSN 32) NMC as 95.  SOC at NAS Millington, Tennessee Jan 18, 1970.  Assigned as ground trainer at Memphis NATTC.
					Stored at Herlong Airport, Jacksonville, FL, as a hulk that had been acquired from NAS Memphis
					with the intention of making it into a cockpit display.  Subsequently scrapped.
					May have been falsely marked as 92-0195
				148261 (MSN 33) 1961: VF-101 as AD-108.  1964: VF-101.  Written off at NAS Key West, FL, USA, 16th October 1964, while with VF 101.
					Nose gear collapsed during landing, aircraft caught fire.  Preserved at NAS Oceana, Virginia, USA, 
					seen since September 1983, over the years wearing different serials and markings.  Was falsely serialled
					as 152310 with VF-171 markings between 1983 and 1985.  In Oct 1989, the correct serial was given
					back.  Since 1990 was wearing VF-41 markings with fake serial 2689/101.  In 2002 it 
					showed a different scheme on each side.  
148262/148275		McDonnell F4H-1F Phantom 
				MSN 34/47.  Redesignated F-4A-4-MC in 1962
				148262 (MSN 34), converted to TF-4A.  SOC Sep 21, 1971 at NAF China Lake, CA.  Broken up for spare parts for
					XFV-12A program.
				148263 (MSN 35) 1960-61: MAC.  SOC Apr 24, 1968 at NAS North Island
				148264 (MSN 37) VF-121 as NJ-106.  1965: VF-121.  Crashed into sea off San Diego, CA May 13, 1965
				148265 (MSN 37) 1968: NATF as 4.  Converted to TF-4A.  SOC at NAF China Lake, CA Aug 19, 1970.
				148266 (MSN 38) 1964: VF-101 as AD-182.
					(VF-101) crashed while landing at NAS Key West, FL Apr 30, 1964
				148267 (MSN 39) 1968: VF-101.  SOC Sep 8, 1968.  Salvaged at NAS Lakehurst, NJ.  Currently preserved in North Hollywood, CA
				148268 (MSN 40) VF-101 as AD-184..  SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, NC May 9, 1968
				148269 (MSN 41) (VF-121) crashed near NAS Miramar, CA Aug 22, 1966.  Both crewmen killed.
				148270 (MSN 42) 1964: VF-121 as NJ-105.  (VF-121) crashed into sea off San Clemente Island, CA May 4, 1964.
				148271 (MSN 43) 10/19/1964: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.
					SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Mar 30, 1965
				148272 (MSN 44) SOC at NAS North Island, California Jul 10, 1968
				148273 (MSN 45) SOC at NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey.  Reported Jan 2009 at Air Victory Museum, Medford, NJ, on
					loan from National Naval Aviation Museum
				148274 (MSN 46) SOC at RDT&F in Columbus, Ohio Oct 12, 1971
				148275 (MSN 47) 1961-68: VF-121.  SOC at NAS Norfolk, Virginia.  Currently on display at US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland 
					since 1969, falsedly marked as 154783.
148276			Lockheed YP3V-1 Orion
				MSN 1003. 1958: Constructed as third prototype L-188, registered to Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Palmdale, CA as N1883.
					1958: Converted into an aerodynamic test aircraft with a dummy weapons bay and a dummy MAD-boom, contracting for patrol aircraft. 
					8/19/58: First flight with modifications.  10/58: Converted to YP3V-1.  3/18/59: C/r N1883 cancelled. 
					11/25/59: First flight as YP3V-1. 
					11/59: TOS USN with BuNo 148276; assigned to Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD. 
					Jul 6, 1962: Redesignated YP-3A. 
					12/31/65: TOS NASA as 927. Redesignated NP-3A. 
					8/25/69: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Houston, TX, with c/r N927NA.  
					2/78: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NAS Wallops Island, VA, with c/r N428NA. 
					9/21/93: Stored NAS Wallops Island, VA for the National Museum of Naval Aviation. 
					1996: Ferried to National Museum of Naval Aviation, NAS Pensacola, FL. 
					Apr 6, 2004: C/r N428NA cancelled. 2016: Scrapped.
148277			Bell HUL-1 
				Bell Helicopter Company Model 47J.  Redesignated UH-13P in 1962
148278/148303		Grumman S2F-1 Tracker
				Model G-89.  MSN 717/742.  Redesignated S-2A in 1962
				148278/148293 Stricken by the US Navy between June and November 1960.  To Royal Netherlands Navy (Koninklijke Marine) as 156/171
					148281 (MSN 720) to Royal Netherlands  Navy as 159, converted to S-2N.  Was preserved at the Aviodrome at 
						Schipol Airport, Amsterdam, Netherlands.  Now preserved at Aviation Parc Aviodrome, Lelystad Airport, 
						Netherlands.
					148282 (MSN 721) converted to S-2N.  Tt Royal Netherlands Navy in Aug 1960 as 160/V.  SOC 9/30/75.  Now on
						display at Militair Luchtvaart Museum, Kamp van Zeist, Soesterberg, Netherlands
					148283 (MSN 722) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 161.  Returned to USA in 1974.
					148285 (MSN 724) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 163.  Later to Turkish Navy as TCB-163.  Later gate 
						guard at Cengiz Topel NAS 
					148286 (MSN 725) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 164.  Returned to USA in 1974
					148287 (MSN 726) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 165.  Returned to USA in 1974.
					148292 (MSN 731) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 170.  
				148294/148303 Stricken by the US Navy between February and March 1961.  To Italian Air Force in 1961.
					148294 (MSN 733) MDAP delivery to Aeronautica Militare/Italian Air Force as MM148294 Code 41-43	WFU 1977
						Dumped at Catania Fontanarossa Airport. Last noted 1986
					148295 (MSN 734) MDAP delivery to Aeronautica Militare/Italian Air Force as MM148295 Code AS-23; 41-35	
						Dumped at Naples Capodichino Airport Italy. Last noted 1992
						Nose section preserved at Museo Storico dell Aeronautico Militare, Rome, Italy
					148296 (MSN 735) MDAP delivery to Aeronautica Militare/Italian Air Force as MM148296 Code 86-12
						Written off Feb 5, 1962 20 nm SW Ischia, Italy. Crashed in water during training for engine failure
					148297 (MSN 736) MDAP delivery to Aeronautica Militare/Italian Air Force as MM148297 Code 41-40	
						WFU, stored Naples.  To Marseille–Marignane Airport, France. Fuselage cannibalised for Sécurité Civile
					148298 (MSN 737) MDAP delivery to Aeronautica Militare/Italian Air Force as MM148298 Code AS-26
					148299 (MSN 738) MDAP delivery to Aeronautica Militare/Italian Air Force as MM148299 Code 41-46
						WFU 1978.  Dumped at Catania Fontanarossa Airport. Last noted 1986
					148300 (MSN 739) MDAP delivery to Aeronautica Militare/Italian Air Force as MM148300 Code 41-37	
						WFU 1978.  Dumped at NAS Sigonella, Sicily. Last noted 1986
					148301 (MSN 740) MDAP delivery to Aeronautica Militare/Italian Air Force as MM148301 Code 41-36	
						WFU 1978.  Dumped at Catania Fontanarossa Airport. Last noted 1986
					148302 (MSN 741) MDAP delivery to Aeronautica Militare/ talian Air Force as MM148302 Code AS-30
						Crashed Jul 11, 1973 at Gelso Bianco-Misterbianco, Italy. Engine failure on base turn for landing.
					148303 (MSN 742) MDAP delivery to Aeronautica Militare/Italian Air Force as MM148303 Code 41-38	
						WFU 1978.  Dumped at Catania Fontanarossa Airport. Last noted 1986
148304/148317		Douglas A4D-2N Skyhawk 
				MSN 12614/12627 (El Segundo numbers).  Redesignated A-4C in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com.
					Service histories from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				148304 (MSN 12614) 1961: VA-44.  1961-62: VA-36.  1962-63: VA-46.  1963-64: VA-44.  1964-65: VA-106.  1965: VA-44.
					1965-67: VA-64 as AE-616.  1967-68: VA-36.  1968-69: VA-34.  1969-70: VC-8.  1970: NARTU New York, NY.
					1970: NARTU New Orleans, LA.  1970: VSF-86.  1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.  1973-74: VT-86 as 4B-06.  
					To MASDC as 3A0387 May 24, 1974. To Republic of Singapore AF Jan 22, 1980 as A-4SU 918
				148305 (MSN 12615) 1961-63: VA-36.   1963: VA-44.  1963-65: VA-172 as AB-305.  1965: VA-44.  1965: VA-36 as NG-705.
					(VA-36 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) shot down by small arms fire near Uong Bi, North Vietnam Dec 22, 1965.  
					Pilot ejected and made POW.
				148306 (MSN 12616) 1961-65: VA-153.  1965: VA-22.  1965-66: VA-153 as NL-301.  1966-68: VA-146.  1968: VA-125.
					1968: VA-95 as AB-505.  1969-70: VA-95.  4/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-75: VA-204 as AF-412, NAS New Orleans, LA.  
					To MASDC as 3A0425 Sep 24, 1975.  To Malaysia Jan 18, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM.
				148307 (MSN 12617) 1961-62: VA-153 as NL-307.  1963-66: VA-153.  1966-67: VA-23 as NE-307.  1967: VA-81.  1967-68: VA-44.
					7/1969: Converted to A-4L.	1970: VA-203.  1971: VA-203 as AF-300.    1974-76: VC-5.
					To MASDC as 3A0502 Jul 23, 1976.  (N156AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
					Noted Oct 2004 at Marana North West RAP, Avra Valley, AZ
				148308 (MSN 12618) 1961-63: VA-153 as NL-308.  1964-65: VA-153.  1965: VA-22.  1965-66: VA-195.  1966: VA-94 as NF-404.
					Oct 7, 1966: Crashed in the Chocolate Mountains near the Salton Sea, CA after a collision with an F-8
				148309 (MSN 12619) 1961: VA-153 as NL-3xx.   Crashed near Tajon Ranch/Arvin, CA due to inflight fire caused by 
					tail pipe separation Aug 4, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely
				148310 (MSN 12620)1961-65: VA-153 as NL-310  1965-66: VA-195.  1966-67: VA-94 as NF-406.  1967-68: VA-112 as NH-411.
					1969: VA-112 as AH-xxx.
 					(VA-112) crashed into sea off South Vietnam after launch from USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14) due to failure 
					of catapult bridle Jul 22, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				148311 (MSN 12621) 1961: VA-44.  1961-63: VA-36 as AC-609.  1963-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-34.  1967-69: VA-172.
					1969-70: VA-66.  1970: VA-304 as ND-404. NAS Alameda, CA   To MASDC as 3A0293 Dec 28, 1970.  To Singapore AF Oct 29, 1980
				148312 (MSN 12622) 1961: VA-44.  1961-62: VA-36.  1962-63: VA-44.  W/o 28 Mar 1963    Location ?
				148313 (MSN 12623)1960-61: VA-44.  1961: VA-36 as NG-703.  1961-65: VA-36 as AC-607.  1966: VA-36 as NG-703.
 					(VA-36 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) shot down by ground fire near Lang Dong near Vinh, North Vietnam Mar 20, 1966.  
					Pilot ejected and became POW.
				148314 (MSN 12624) 1961-65: VA-153 as NL-304   1965-66: VA-192 as NM-2xx.  1966-67: VA-56 as NG-4xx.
					1967-69: VA-76 as NP-681.  1969-70: VA-44.  1970-71: VC-4.  1971-74: VC-2.  1974-75: VC-7.
					Apr 6, 1975: Struck off charge at NAS Andrews, MD.
					Reported 1988 at National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC.
				148315 (MSN 12625)1961: VA-43.  1961-62: VA-72.  1962-63: VMA-242.  1963: VMA-225.
 					Caught fire and crashed 20 Mar 1963 near Scotland Neck, North Carolina. Pilot was killed.
				148316 (MSN 12626) 1961: VA-43.  1961-62: VA-72.  1962: VMA-224.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962: VMA-225.
					1963: VMA-225 as CE-12.  1964: VMA-225.  1964-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-34.  1968: VA-34 as AA-316.
					1968: VA-44.  1968-69: VMA-324.  1969: MARTD Alameda, CA.  VA-305 as ND-511.  3/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970: VA-205.NAS Atlanta, GA
  					To MASDC as 3A0411 Sep 9, 1975.   (N157AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.  Reported
					Feb 2005 as being restored to static display condition at Planes of Fame,
					Chino, CA.  By 2013 was on static display inside USS Enterprise CV-6 Hangar at Planes of Fame, Chino,
					California.
				148317 (MSN 12627) 1961-1963: VA-153 as NL-306.  1963-1965: VA-153 as NL-305
					(VA-153 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) shot down by ground fire over North Vietnam Apr 7, 1965.  
					Pilot ejected a half-mile offshore but was found dead.
148318/148321		Lockheed UV-1L Hercules 
				Originally ordered as C-130B for USAF as 59-5922/5925.  Redesignated C-130BL in 1962 and later 
				redesignated LC-130F.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				148318 (MSN 282-3562) ex USAF 59-5922.  Assigned to VX-6 1961 to Dec 31, 1968, code JD-18.  Assigned to
					VXE-6 Jan 1969 to 1971.  Destroyed Feb 15, 1971 when hit snow wall on takeoff from McMurdo, Antarctica.
					The aircraft was taxiing on the ski-way at Williams Field for a flight to Christchurch. It taxied around 
					the Ground Controlled Approach building in poor visibility, and the left main ski went up over a 5½ foot 
					snow bank. The right wing hit the ground and broke between the two engines. A fire, fed by fuel and 
					fanned by high winds, destroyed the aircraft
				148319 (MSN 282-3564) ex USAF 59-5923.  Assigned to VX-6 1961 to Dec 31, 1968, code JD-19.  Assigned to VXE-6
					Jan 1, 1969 to Mar 31, 1999, code XD-07.  Named "Betty Boop".  Transferred to National Science Foundation 10/79.  
					To AMARC as CF0192 Mar 10, 1999.  SOC Apr 2, 1999, but still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				148320 (MSN 282-3565) ex USAF 59-5924.  Assigned to VX-6 1961 to Dec 31, 1968, code JD-20.  Assigned to VXE-6
					Jan 1, 1969 to Mr 31, 1999, code XD-06.  Named "Pete".  Transferred to National Science Foundation 10/79.  
					To AMARC as CF0191 Mar 6, 1999.  Recoded 2G0039 Jan 20, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005.
					Recoded CF0227 Jan 20, 2005, and still on inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Seen at Davis-Monthan AMARC on 8/28/2017
				148321 (MSN 282-3567) ex USAF 59-5925.  Assigned to VX-6, 1961 to 31 December 1968. Code JD-18
					Assigned to VXE-6, 1 January 1969 to 1971. Code XD-03. Named Phoenix
					After unloading a French traverse team on December 4 1971, the pilot made a JATO take-off to return to 
					McMurdo 750 nautical miles away. At an altitude of about 50 feet, two JATO bottles separated from the 
					left-hand side of the fuselage and struck the inboard engine and propeller. With the gearbox and 
					propeller torn off and the outboard propeller damaged by flying debris, the aircraft was seriously 
					damaged on impact. The ten man crew were uninjured but had to live in survival shelters for 80 
					hours until the weather improved enough to allow a rescue plane to land. Recovered after being 
					buried by snow for 17 years in Antarctica.  Returned to VXE-6 from 1993 to 31 March 1999.  In 1996 
					ownership was transferred from the US Navy to the National Science FoundationTo AMARC as CF0193 
					Mar 29, 1999.  SOC Apr 2, 1999.  Has been restored and now with VX-130.  Back to AMARC as 2G0025.  
					SOC Jul 8, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 as CF0193.  Seen at Davis-Monthan AMARC on 8/28/2017
148322/148323		De Havilland L-20A Beaver
				148322 probably MSN 1435, MAP delivery to Philippine Navy / Hukbong Dagat ng Pilipinas as 1435. 
					Crashed during anti-smuggling operations 19Nov64 Nasugbu, Batangas.
				148323 probably MSN 1436, MAP delivery to Philippine Navy / Hukbong Dagat ng Pilipinas as 1436. 
					Crashed during take-off 18Nov61 Balabac Bay, Palawan.
148324/148329		Grumman UF-2 Albatross 
				MSN 459/464.  For Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force as JMSDF 9051/9056.  Assigned USN serial numbers for contractual purposes. 
				148324 (MSN 459) to JMSDF Feb 17, 1961 as 9051.  W/o Jul 29, 1965.
				148325 (MSN 460) to JMSDF Apr 28, 1961 as 9052, SOC Jul 31, 1975.  To N3470F Resorts International Inc/Chalks 
					International Airline, Miami FL Jun 1976.  To N116FB Flying Boat Inc/Chalks International Airline, Fort 
					Lauderdale FL Feb 1981. Converted to G-111 by Grumman at Stuart FL 1980/81. Stored, Marana AZ 1987. 
					to United Capital Corp, Wilmington DE Feb 24, 1996.  To Wildfire Aircraft LLC, Mesa AZ Apr 10, 2012, current.
				148326 (MSN 461) to JMSDF May 31, 1961 as 9053.  SOC Sep 30, 1974.  To N3479F Resorts International Inc/Chalks 
					International Airline, Miami FL Jun 1976.  To Flying Boat Inc, Miami FL Mar 1981.  Converted to G-111 by 
					Grumman at St Augustine FL, completed 1982.  To N117FB with Flying Boat Inc, Miami FL Mar 1982. 
					To United Capital Corp, Wilmington DE Feb 20, 1996, expired 31Dec13. Noted stored at Fort Pierce FL Feb 2009.
				148327 (MSN 462) to JMSDF May 31, 1961 as 9054.  SOC Oct 29, 1977. N88998 reserved Oct 1977.  To N115FB Flying 
					Boat Inc/Chalks International Airline, Miami FL Feb 1981. Converted to G-111 by Grumman at Stuart 
					FL 1980/81. Stored, Marana AZ 1987/93.  To United Capital Corp, Wilmington DE Feb 3, 1996. Stored, 
					Mesa AZ 2002/08. Wildfire Aircraft LLC, Mesa AZ Apr 10, 2012, current.
				148328 (MSN 463) to JMSDF May 31, 1961 as 9055, SOC Feb 28, 1975. To N3469F Resorts International Inc/Chalks 
					International Airline, Miami FL Jun 1976.  To N112FB Flying Boat Inc/Chalks International Airline, 
					Miami FL Jun 1979. Converted to G-111 by Grumman at Stuart FL, first flight Feb 13, 1979. Displayed 
					at Paris Air Show Jun 1981. Stored, Marana AZ 1985/2004.  To United Capital Corp, Wilmington DE 
					Feb 24, 1996.  To Wildfire Aircraft LLC, Mesa AZ Apr 10, 2012, current.
				148329 (MSN 464) to JMSDF Jul 28, 1961 as 9056, then N88999.  SOC Mar 21, 1976. N88999 reserved Oct 1977. 
					To N114FB Flying Boat Inc/Chalks International Airline, Miami FL Mar 1981.  To Grumman Aerospace 
					Corp, St Augustine FL 1981. Converted to G-111 by Grumman at Stuart FL 1980/81.  To PK-PAM Pelita Air 
					Service, Jakarta Jul 1981, wfu Sep 1987.  To N26PR Kirk Williams/Paragon Ranch, Broomfield CO Oct 1991. 
					To Mirabella Yachts Inc, Palm Beach FL Jun 18, 1994.  To N42MY Mirabella Yachts Inc, Fort Pierce FL 
					Dec 1997.  Mirabella Aviation, Palm Beach FL Mar 6, 2004.  To Mac McCormack/Catalina Airlines Pty 
					Ltd, Perth, Western Australia 2012.  To Bank of Utah Mar 2, 2012,  N42MY cancelled on export to Australia 
					Mar 20, 2013. Registered VH-NMO to Catalina Airlines Pty Ltd, Perth WA Apr 16, 2013.
148330/148336		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune 
				For French Aeronavale.  Usually still displayed US Navy serial and last 3 digits as French serial.
				148330 MSN 726-7240
				148331 MSN 726-7244
				148332 MSN 726-7249
				148333 MSN 726-7253.  Reported stored at Hao airfield, Vietnam
				148334 MSN 726-7262.  Noted in 1986 in open storage at Musee de l'Aeronautique,
					Nancy, France.  it was shiped by road to Musée de l'AIr Le Bourget where it is now located.
				148335 MSN 726-7264.  Noted Sep 2005 at Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace, Paris/le Bourget
				148336 MSN 726-7266.  Reported stored at Wallis Island
148337/148362		Lockheed P2V-7S Neptune
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				148337 (MSN 726-7222) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 6 Oct 60. VP-31 North Island Oct 60-Dec 66; 
					NARF Alameda Dec 66-Feb 67; Lockheed Burbank Feb 67-Nov 67 (listed as AP-2H from May 67); 
					NATC Patuxent River Nov 67-Jun 68, VAH-21 Sangley Point Jun 68-Jun 69.  To MASDC Jun 22, 1969.  SOC Jan 12, 1972
				148338 (MSN 726-7223) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 16 Nov 60. VX-1 Key West Nov 60-Dec 64; 
					Lockheed Burbank Dec 64-Aug 65; VP-30 Jacksonville Aug 65-Nov 68; VP-21 Brunswick Nov 68-Feb 69; 
					VP-23 Brunswick Feb 69-Apr 70 (listed as EP-2H from Oct 69); VC-8 Roosevelt Roads Apr 70-Jun 74; 
					NARF Norfolk Jun 74-Aug 74; VC-8 Roosevelt Roads Aug 74-Aug 78; NARF Norfolk Aug 78-Sep 78; 
					VC-8 Roosevelt Roads Sep 78-Jun 80;  To MASDC Jun 24, 1980.  
					SOC Oct 15, 1980.  To Hawkins and Powers Jan 1990 as N22166, now with Hawkins and 
					Powers as N138HP in outside storage.  Cancelled Sep 25, 2013.
				148339 (MSN 726-7224) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 7 Dec 60. NARF Alameda Dec 60; VP-17 Whidbey Island Dec 60-Jul 64; 
					NARF Alameda Jul 64-Oct 64; VP-2 Whidbey Island Oct 64-Nov 65; VP-4 Barbers Point Nov 65-Jun 66; 
					NARF Alameda Jun 66-Nov 66; VP-42 Whidbey Island Nov 66-Feb 68; VP-31 North Island Feb 68-Oct 69, 
					NAS Los Alamitos Oct 69-Jan 70; NARTU North Island Jan 70-Dec 70; VP-60 Glenview Dec 70-Feb 72; 
					DCASO Brownsville Feb 72-Jan 73; NARF Quonset Point Jan 73-Jun 73; VP-94 New Orleans Jun 73-Jan 75 [code LZ-6]; 
					To MASDC as 1P0384 Jan 20,1975, SOC Apr 1, 1982.  To N339L Oct 1986. 
					Now with Neptune Aviation Services, Missoula, MT as N714AU
				148340 (MSN 726-7225) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 30 Nov 60. VP-18 Jacksonville Dec 60-Mar 62; 
					VP-11 Brunswick Mar 62-Dec 62; VP-21 Brunswick Dec 62-Aug 67; NAS Corpus Christ! Aug 67-Dec 67; 
					NARF Norfolk Dec 67-Dec 68; VP-21 Brunswick Dec 68-Nov 69; NAS New Orleans Nov 69-Nov 70; 
					VP-94 New Orleans Nov 70-Jul 76 [code LZ-3]; 
					To MASDC as 1P0403 Jun 22, 1976.  SOC May 29, 1978.  To National Museum of Naval Aviation
					as N6165Y Dec 30, 1992.  Cancelled Sep 23, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				148341 (MSN 726-7226) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 22 Dec 60. VP-21 Brunswick Jan 61 -Feb 63; VP-11 Brunswick Feb 63-Apr 64; 
					VP-18 Jacksonville Apr 64-Nov 64; VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Nov 64-Aug 68; VP-21 Brunswick Aug 68-Nov 69; 
					NAS Willow Grove Nov 69-Nov 70; VP-66 Willow Grove Nov 70-Jun 73; VP-67 Memphis Jun 73-Jun 74; 
					Aero Corp Lake City Jun 74; VP-67 Memphis Jun 74-Aug 75 [code PL-7];   To MASDC as 1P0388 Aug 4, 1975, SOC May 29, 1978.
					To Hawkins and Powers Jan 1990 as N2216K,
					now with Hawkins and Powers as N122HP in outside storage
				148342 (MSN 726-7227) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 9 Jan 61. VP-11 Brunswick Jan 61-Jan 67; VP-7 Jacksonville Jan 67-May 69; 
					VP-23 Brunswick May 69-Nov 69; NARTU Washington Nov 69-Mar 70; NAS New York Mar 70; NARTU Washington Mar 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 Washington Nov 70; VP-68 Washington Nov 70-May 71; VP-67 Memphis May 71-Oct 74; 
					Aero Corp Lake City Oct 74-Dec 74; VP-67 Memphis Dec 74-Aug 76.  To MASDC Aug 1, 1976.  SOC May 29, 1978.  
					To N70600 Jan 4, 1989.  Crashed Dixon, Wyoming during delivery flight from Davis Monthan AFB, 
					Arizona to Greybull, Wyoming Feb 8, 1992.
				148343 (MSN 726-7228) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 31 Jan 61. NARF Alameda Feb 61; NAS Whidbey Island Feb 61-Jul 61; 
					VP-17 Whidbey Island Jul 61-Nov 62; NARF Alameda Nov 62-Feb 63; VP-4 Naha Feb 63-May 64; VP-4 Barbers Point May 64-Nov 65; 
					VP-1 Whidbey Island Nov 65-Sep 66; NARF Alameda Sep 66-Dec 66; VP-42 Whidbey Island Dec 66-Aug 69; 
					NAS Atlanta Aug 69-May 70; NARTU Washington May 70-Nov 70; VP-68 Washington Nov 70-Jul 71; 
					VP-92 South Weymouth Jul 71-Apr 72; DCASO Brownsville Apr 72-Jan 73; NARF Quonset Point Jan 73-Apr 73; 
					VP-92 South Weymouth Apr 73-Jan 75; VP-67 Memphis Jan 75-Feb 75; Aero Corp Lake City Feb 75-Mar 75; 
					VP-67 Memphis Mar 65-Aug 76; NARF Norfolk Aug 76-Nov 78; (listed as DP-2H drone director  from Sep 77); 
					VC-8 Roosevelt Roads Nov 78-Jul 80;   To MASDC at PA0010 Jul 6, 1980, SOC Jul 7, 1980.  To N343RR.  
					To Neptune Aviation Services, Missoula, MT 
					as N715AU.  In storage at Tucson.  Cancelled Aug 20, 2013.
				148344 (MSN 726-7229) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 7 Feb 61. VP-56 Norfolk Feb 61-Jan 68; VP-7 Jacksonville Jan 68-Sep 68; 
					NAS Glenview Sep 68-Feb 70; NAS Twin Cities Feb 70; NAS Glenview Feb 70-Sep 70; NARTU Memphis Sep 70; 
					NAS Atlanta Sep 70; NAS Willow Grove Sep 70-Oct 70; NAS Dallas Oct 70; NAS Atlanta Oct 70-Nov 70; 
					NAS Glenview Nov 70; VP-60 Glenview Nov 70-Feb 72; DCASO Brownsville Feb 72-Oct 72; 
					VP-60 Glenview Oct 72-Jan 74; VP-69 Whidbey Island Jan 74-Jul 75; Aero Corp Lake City Jul 75-Aug 75; 
					VP-67 Memphis Aug 75-Jun 77 [code PL-12];  To MASDC as 1P0420 Jun 11, 1977, SOC May 29, 1978.  
					Sold to Minden Air Corp, Nardnerville, NV as N355MA, Tanker 55.  Damaged with left gear retracted on landing
					Minden, Nevada Jun 3, 2012.  Current
				148345 (MSN 726-7230) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 17 Feb 61. NARF Alameda Feb 61-Mar 61; 
					NAS Whidbey Island Mar 61-May 61; VP-17 Whidbey Island May 61; NAS Whidbey Island May 61-Aug 61; 
					VP-17 Whidbey Island Aug 61-Nov 62; NARF Alameda Nov 62-Mar 63; VP-4 Naha Mar 63-May 64; 
					VP-4 Barbers Point May 64-Nov 65; VP-1 Whidbey Island Nov 65-Feb 67; VP-2 Whidbey Island Feb 67-Oct 68; 
					VP-42 Whidbey Island Oct 68-Sep 69; NAS Twin Cities Sep 69-Feb 70; NAS Glenview Feb 70-Nov 70; 
					VP-60 Glenview Nov 70-May 73 [code LS-10].  To MASDC May 7, 1973, SOC Aug 19, 1977.  Flown to NAS Lakehurst Aug 17, 1978
					and expended in a rocket sled test of fuel additives and exploded in a ball of fire.
				148346 (MSN 726-7231) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 22 Mar 61. VP-30 Jacksonville Apr 6VAug 64; VP-23 Brunswick Aug 64-Jun 69; 
					VP-21 Brunswick Jun 69-Nov 69; NAS Dallas Nov 69-Nov 70; VP-68 Washington Nov 70-Jun 71; VP-67 Memphis Jun 71-Feb 76; 
					Aero Corp Lake City Feb 76-Apr 76; VP-67 Memphis Apr 76-May 78 [code PL-4];   
					To MASDC as 1P0417 May 28, 1978, SOC May 29, 1978.  
					Later with Hawkins and Powers as N2216S in outside storage
				148347 (MSN 726-7232)Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 21 Mar 61. VP-31 North Island Mar 61-Nov 69; 
					NAS New York Nov 69-Sep 70; NAS Willow Grove Sep 70-Nov 70; VP-66 Willow Grove Nov 70-Jul 73; 
					VP-65 Point Mugu Jul 73-Nov 74.  loaned to Department of Interior as N48347 Nov 18 1974 for Alaskan ocean porpoise
					survey 1974/1975.  Returned to US Navy in 1975.  SOC May 23, 1977 .  Registration cancelled Jun 5, 1981
				148348 (MSN 726-7233) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 12 Apr 61. VP-24 Norfolk Apr 61-Jun 67; 
					VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Jun 67-Sep 68; 
					NAS Glenview Sep 63-Nov 70; VP-60 Glenview Nov 70-Jan 74; VP-65 Point Mugu Jan 74-Aug 74; VP-67 Memphis Aug 74-Jul 75; 
					Aero Corp Lake City Jul 75-Aug 75; VP-67 Memphis Aug 75-May 77.  SOC at Memphis May 5, 1977.  Inspected by Argentine 
					Navy at Memphis NAS on 04.77 and formally acquired by 07.77. Wrongly coded 0709/2-P-114, was later 
					changed by 0718/2-P-114. Sent to Pinal Air Park (Arizona) for maintenance and finally flew to 
					Argentina by 12.77. WFU by 12.79. Used for spares. SOC 05.81.  Broken Up by 1983 at Base Aeronaval 
					Punta Indio.
				148349 (MSN 726-7234) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 24 Apr 61. NARF Alameda Apr 61-Jul 62; 
					VP-46 North Island Jul 62-Jan 63; VP-46 Moffett Jan 63-Apr 63; VP-9 Alameda Apr 63-Feb 64; NARF Alameda by Feb 64-Dec 64; 
					VP-17 Whidbey Island Dec 64-Jul 66; NARF Alameda Jul 66-Oct 66; VP-1 Whidbey island Oct 66-Feb 68; 
					VP-31 North Island Feb 68-Jan 68; VP-2 Whidbey Island Jan 68-Sep 69; NAS Dallas Sep 69-Oct 70; 
					NARTU Washington Oct 70-Nov 70; VP-68 Washington Nov 70-Jul 71; VP-64 Willow Grove Jul 71 -Dec 71; 
					DCASO Brownsville Dec 71-Jan 72; VP-64 Willow Grove Jan 72-May 73; VP-65 Point Mugu May 73-Aug 74; 
					VP-67 Memphis Aug 74-Mar 75; Aero Corp Lake City Mar 75-Jun 75; VP-67 Memphis Jun 75-May 77;  
					SOC at Memphis May 5, 1977.   Inspected by Argentine Navy at Memphis NAS on 04.77 and formally acquired by 07.77. 
					Coded 0706/2-P-110.  Arrived in Argentina on August 04, 1977. WFU on 03.78 for overhaul, not completed. 
					Used for spares.  Broken Up by 1983 at Base Aeronaval Punta Indio 
				148350 (MSN 726-7235) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 10 May 61. VP-30 Jacksonville May 61-Jun 61; 
					VP-23 Brunswick Jun 61-Dec 67.  With VP-23 destroyed by fire in landing accident at Otis
					AFB, MA in bad weather Dec 3, 1967.  All crew members survived.
				148351 (MSN 726-7236) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 6 Jun 61. NARF Alameda Jun 61-Apr 62; 
					VP-46 North Island Apr 62-Jan 63; VP-46 Moffett Jan 63-Apr 63; VP-9 Alameda Apr 63-Jan 64; 
					NARF Alameda Jan 64-Oct 64; VP-2 Whidbey Island Oct 64-Nov 65; VP-4 Barbers Point Nov 65-Jul 66; 
					NARF Alameda Jul 66-Oct 66; VP-42 Whidbey Island Oct 66-Mar 68; VP-31 North Island Mar 68-Apr 68; 
					VP-2 Whidbey Island Apr 68-Sep 69; NAS New Orleans Sep 69-Nov 70; VP-94 New Orleans Nov 70-Feb 72; 
					DCASO Brownsville Feb 72-Aug 72; VP-94 New Orleans Aug 72-Jun 75; Aero Corp Lake City Jun 75-Aug 75; 
					VP-94 New Orleans Aug 75-Jul 76; MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 24 Jul 76;
					NARF Norfolk 28 Jul 76-Feb 78 (listed as DP-2H from Feb 77); VC-8 Roosevelt Roads Feb 78-Jun 80; .  
					To MASDC as 1P0423 Jun 30, 1980, SOC Oct 15, 1980.  Seen at Minden Air Corps yard 8/28/2000 as N148RR.
					registration N148RR cancelled Oct 31, 2005 as scrapped by Minden Air Corp, Davis-Monthan
				148352 (MSN 726-7237) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 22 Jun 61. VP-56 Norfolk Aug 61-Jun 68; 
					VP-56 Patuxent River Jun 68-Jul 68; VP-21 Brunswick Jul 68-Nov 69; NAS New Orleans Nov 69-Nov 70; 
					VP-94 New Orleans Nov 70-Mar 76; Aero Corp Lake City Mar 76-May 76; VP-94 New Orleans May 76-Jul 76; 
					To MASDC Davis-Monthan AFB 22 Jul 76; NARF Norfolk 31 Jul 76-Dec 76 (listed as DP-2H drone director from Aug 76); 
					NARF Jacksonville Dec 76-Jan 77; VC-8 Roosevelt Roads Jan 77-Apr 80; NARF Norfolk Apr 80-May 80; 
					VC-8 Roosevelt Roads May 80*Sep 80.  SOC at Roosevelt Roads Sep 22, 1980
				148353 (MSN 726-7239) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 18 May 61. NARF Alameda May 61-Mar 62;
					VP-46 North Island Mar 62-Jan 63; VP-46 Moffett Jan 63-Apr 63; VP-9 Alameda Apr 63-Apr 64;
					NARF Alameda Apr 64-Dec 64; VP-17 Whidbey Island Dec 64-Jul 66; NARF Alameda Jul 66-Jan 67;
					As AP-2H active in 1967 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam.\
					Lockheed Burbank Jan 67-Od 67 (listed as AP-2H from May 67); NATC Patuxent River Oct 67-Jun 68; 
					VAH-21 Sangley Point Jun 68-Oct 68; NATC Patuxent River Oct 68-Jan 69; VAH-21 Sangley Point Jan 69-Jun 69.   
					To MASDC Jun 22, 1969, SOC Jul 2, 1972.
				148354 (MSN 726-7242) ) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 18 Jul 61. VP-56 Norfolk Jul 61-May 66; 
					NARF Norfolk May 66-Jul 66; VP-24 Norfolk Jul 66-Sep 66; VP-7 Jacksonville Sep 66-Apr 69; 
					VP-23 Brunswick Apr 69-Aug 70 {listed as EP-2H from Apr 70); VC-8 Roosevelt Roads Aug 70-Jul 73; 
					Ditched at or near Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico Jul 1972.  SOC Jul 17, 1973
				148355 (MSN 726-7243) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 28 Jul 61. VP-21 Brunswick Aug 61 -Oct 68; 
					NARTU Washington Oct 68-Nov 70; VP-68 Washington Nov 70-Jul 71; VP-90 Glenview Jul 71-Mar 74; 
					VP-69 Whidbey Island Mar 74-Nov 75; VP-94 New Orleans Nov 75; Aero Corp Lake City Nov 75-Jan 76; 
					VP-94 New Orleans Jan 76-Aug 76; VP-67 Memphis Aug 76-May 77.  To MASDC as 1P0412 May 14, 1977, 
					SOC May 29, 1978.  Later with Hawkins and Powers as N2218A in outside storage.  
					Cancelled Sep 24, 2013.
				148356 (MSN 726-7246) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 17 Aug 61. VP-21 Brunswick Aug 61-Oct 68; 
					NARTU Memphis Oct 68-Nov 70; VP-67 Memphis Nov 70-May 76; Aero Corp Lake City May 76-Jul 76; 
					VP-67 Memphis Jul 76-May 77 [code PL-8];  To MASDC as 1P0419 May 31, 1977, SOC May 29, 1978.  Later
					with Hawkins and Powers as N2218E in outside storage
				148357 (MSN 726-7247) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 29 Aug 61. VP-11 Brunswick Sep 61-Mar 67; 
					VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Mar 67-Sep 68; NARTU Washington Sep 66-Nov 70; VP-68 Washington Nov 70-Oct 71; 
					VP-92 South Weymouth Oct 71-Jan 75; VP-94 New Orleans Jan 75-Apr 76; Aero Corp Lake City Apr 76-Jun 76; 
					VP-94 New Orleans Jun 76-Aug 76; VP-67 Memphis Aug 76-May 77 [code PL-6]; 
					To MASDC May 14, 1977, SOC May 29, 1978.  Later
					to civil registry as N4692A with Mid-Atlantic Air Museum, Reading, Pennsylvania Jan 20, 1984.
					Converted to fire tanker.  Current with Minden Air Corp as Tanker 48.  On June 15, 2014 substantially 
					damaged when the nose wheel landing gear collapsed during landing roll at the Fresno Calif
					Examination of the airplane revealed that the forward portion of the fuselage was structurally damaged.
					Scrapped at Fresnoin 2016
				148358 (MSN 726-7250) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 26 Sep 61. VP-30 Jacksonville Oct 61;
					VP-18 Jacksonville Oct 61-Apr 63; VP-56 Norfolk Apr 63-Dec 63; VP-18 Jacksonville Dec 63-Nov 64; 
					VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Nov 64-Sep 68; VC-8 Roosevelt Roads Sep 68-Dec 68; VP-23 Brunswick Dec 68-Jun 69; 
					VP-21 Brunswick Jun 69-Nov 69; NAS South Weymouth Nov 69-Nov 70; VP-92 South Weymouth Nov 70-Jan 75; 
					VP-67 Memphis Jan 75-Aug 76.  To MASDC Aug 1, 1976, SOC May 29, 1978.  To Indiana Museum of Military History as N4619N 
					Jan 6, 1984. Reregd N14835 Jul 1985. Flown in USN colors. Cvtd to fire tanker. Crashed during 
					firebombing at Reserve, NM Jun 27, 1998.  2 killed.
				148359 (MSN 726-7255) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 29 Sep 61. VP-24 Norfolk Oct 61-Jul 62; 
					VP-11 Brunswick Jul 62-Mar 67; VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Mar 67-Sep 68; NAS Glenview Sep 68-Nov 70; 
					VP-60 Glenview Nov 70-Feb 74; VP-65 Point Mugu Feb 74-Aug 74; VP-69 Whidbey Island Aug 74-May 75;
					 Aero Corp Lake City May 75-Sep 75; VP-69 Whidbey Island Sep 75; VP-67 Memphis Sep 75-May 77 [code PL-8]; 
					To MASDC as 1P0418 May 26, 1977, SOC May 29, 1978.  Later
					with Hawkins and Powers as N2218Q in outside storage
				148360 (MSN 726-7256) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 27 Oct 61. VP-11 Brunswick Nov 61-Sep 63; 
					VP-23 Brunswick Sep 53-Nov 69; NAS Dallas Nov 69-Nov 70; VP-94 New Orleans Nov 70-Aug 75; 
					Aero Corp Lake City Aug 75-Nov 75; VP-94 New Orleans Nov 75-Jul 76 [code LZ-4];  To MASDC Jul 22, 1976, 
					SOC May 29, 1978.  Later on civil registry as N360RR.  Now on display outside at Tillamook Air Museum, Oregon.
				148361 (MSN 726-7258) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 27 Oct 61. VP-18 Jacksonville Nov 61-May 63; 
					NARF Norfolk May 63-Dec 63; VP-18 Jacksonville Dec 63-Nov 64; VP-18 Roosevelt Roads Nov 64-Sep 68; 
					VC-8 Roosevelt Roads Sep 68-Dec 68; VP-23 Brunswick Dec 68-Jan 70; NAS Willow Grove Jan 70-Nov 70; 
					VP-66 Willow Grove Nov 70-Dec 71; NATC Patuxent River Dec 71-Mar 72; VP-66 Willow Grove Mar 72-Jun 73; 
					VP-60 Glenview Jun 73-Jan 74; VP-67 Memphis Jan 74-Dec 75; Aero Corp Lake City Dec 75-Feb 76; 
					VP-67 Memphis Feb 76-May 77; SOC at Memphis May 5, 1977.   Inspected by Argentine Navy at Memphis NAS 
					on 04.77 and formally acquired by 07.77. Coded 0707/2-P-111. Arrived to Argentina on August 04, 1977. 
					WFU on 07.82. Last flight by 07.28.82 recording TFT 9530 hs. Derelict at Base Aeronaval Com. Espora 
					until 1987 when some parts were used to rebuilt 2-P-112. Broken Up by 1988 and sold as scrap
				148362 (MSN 726-7260) Accepted as P2V-7S at Burbank 30 Nov 61. VP-24 Norfolk Dec 61-May 67; VP-18 Roosevelt
					Roads May 67-Sep 68; VP-7 Jacksonville Sep 68-Apr 69; VP-23 Brunswick Apr 69-Jan 70; NAS Seattle Jan 70-May 70; 
					NARTU Whidbey Island May 70-Nov 70; VP-69 Whidbey Island Nov 70-Nov 75; VP-67 Memphis Nov 75-Jun 76; 
					Aero Corp Lake City Jun 76-Aug 76; VP-67 Memphis Aug 76-May 77 [code PL-14];   To MASDC May 14, 1977, SOC May 29, 1978.
					Now flying with Neptune Aviation Services, Inc as N362RR
148363/148386		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				MSN 48/71.  Redesignated F-4B-6-MC in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org.
				148363 (MSN 48)3/25/1961: First flight,   to VF-102 as AF-101.  SOC Jan 23, 1973 at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico.  
					Salvaged at Socorro bone yard Mar 1973.
				148364 (MSN 49) 1962-67: NATC as 364.  W/o at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland Sep 7, 1967.
				148365 (MSN 50) Delivered to the United States Navy, July 1961.  Assigned to VF-74, 1961.  Redesignated F-4B-6-MC, 1962
					Transferred to VMFAT-201, August 1968.  Later converted to QF-4B drone as 40.  Transferred to Naval Missile 
					Center, Pt. Mugu, as NMC-40, 1972.
					Transferred to Nuclear Weapons Center, China Lake, 1974.  W/o at China Lake, CA Jan 31, 1974.
				148366 (MSN 51) VF-101 crashed after midair collision with F-4 148429 Jun 7, 1967.
				148367 (MSN 52) 1971: VMFAT-101.   7/16/1971: Struck off charge at MCAS Yuma, AZ.  Had been on display at MCAS Yuma since 1976, but 
					was scrapped in Sep 2009 due to corrosion  and was replaced by 148373
				148368 (MSN 53) Ca.1962: TOS USN. Assigned to Naval Air Test Center, NAS Patuxent River, MD.
					7/6/62: Redesignated F-4B
					12/31/63: Hard landing at NAS Patuxent River, MD, Written off.
					1964 Repair started.
					Unknown date: Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 513 (VMFA-513), MCAS El Toro, CA
					2/3/69: Damaged beyond repair in accident.
					1969: Assigned as ground trainer at Naval Air Technical Training Center, Memphis, TN.
					Unknown date: to National Naval Aviation Museum, NAS Pensacola, FL. Cockpit section only.
					Marked as Blue Angels aircraft.
				148369 (MSN 54) VF-101 as AD-120.  1969: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA as 7L-103.  1972: VMFAT-101 as SB-3. MCAS Mirimar CAQ
					To MASDC as 8F0018 Mar 8, 1972. Departed Jun 14, 1974.  to Naval Air Technical Training Center, Memphis, TN. 
					Seen as ground trainer at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.   
					In use with USN Fire School at Memphis NAS, Tennessee in Apr 1993. Was preserved in Millington,
					Tennessee.  Tail section currently on display at Tom Reilly's Flying Tigers Warbird Restoration Museum, 
					Kissimmee, Florida.
				148370 (MSN 55) Crashed Jul 1, 1963 on approach to Port Mugu, CA.   One crewman killed.
				148371 (MSN 56) 1969-72: VX-5.  1973: NAS China Lake, CA.
					SOC May 4, 1973.  Later on display at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock, Bethesda, MD.
					Shipped to museum at Quonset Point, RI July 2001.  In Jul 2014 was sitting in pieces in backyard of
					Quonset Air Museum, awaiting restoration.
				148372 (MSN 57) 1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA as 7L-109.   SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Jan 12, 1971.  
					Salvaged at Saint Louis, Missouri Mar 1981.
				148373 (MSN 58) VF-74 as AJ-106.  VMFA-531 as EC-00.  1971: H&MS-13 as YU-xxx
					grounded in late 1960s and transferred to Marine Air Weapons Training Unit Pacific at NAS El Toro.
					W/o in a landing accident Dec 10, 1971 at MCAS El Toro, California.
					Placed on a post as a gate guard at back gate of El Toro.  Ultimately moved to MCAS Miramar when
					El Toro was closed and remained there in storage.  Seen in storage in 2010 at Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum
					at MCAS Miramar, California in their restoration facility.  Moved to MCAS Yuma, CA in 2010 as replacement for
					148367.
				148374 (MSN 59), VF-74 crashed during takeoff from USS Forrestal CVA-59 Oct 27, 1962.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued but RIO was killed.
				148375 (MSN 60) 1962-63: VF-114 as NH-402.  1963: VF-21 as NE-xxx.
					With VF-21 crashed into sea after launch from USS Midway Sep 11, 1963.  Both crewmen killed.
				148376 (MSN 61) VF-161 as AH-163.  SOC at NAS North Island, California Nov 5, 1974
				148377 (MSN 62) VMFA-122 as DC-6.  1966-67: VF-21 as NE-109.  VF-161 as AH-164.  1972-73: VMFAT-101 as SB-14.
					(VMFAT-101) crashed while landing at MCAS Yuma, Arizona Aug 23, 1973.
				148378 (MSN 63) 1961: VF-114 as NH-405.  1963-65: VF-21 as NE-107.  1974-75: VF-21 as NE-200.
					Later converted to QF-4B drone as 43.  1975: PMTC as 43.  1976-78: PMTC.
					1/30/1978: Struck off charge at NAS Point Mugu, CA.  In storage at MCAS Miramar, CA
				148379 (MSN 64) 1963-65: VF-21 as NE-110.  1966: VF-121.
					(VF-121) crashed into sea off NAS Miramar, California Feb 25, 1966.
				148380 (MSN 65) (VF-101) ran out of fuel and crashed while landing at NAS Oceana, Virginia May 8, 1962
				148381 (MSN 66) VF-74 as AJ-104. Crashed near NAS Oceana, Virginia Jul 17, 1962.
				148382 (MSN 67) crashed into sea off Virginia off USS Enterprise Jul 31, 1965.  Both crewmen killed.
				148383 (MSN 68) to MASDC from VF-121, NAS Miramar, CA as 8F0006 Dec 4, 1971. Assigned as ground trainer 
					at NATTC Memphis, Tennessee Jun 1974.  Converted to QF-4B drone.  W/o Sep 18, 1975.
				148384 (MSN 69)  (VF-114) caught fire and crashed into sea on flight off USS Kitty Hawk Mar 26, 1964.
					RIO was killed.
				148385 (MSN 70) 1966: VF-101 as AD-121.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA as 7L-101.  1971: VF-121.
					SOC Jun 28, 1971.  Assigned as ground trainer at NAS Miramar, California
				148386 (MSN 71) 1962-63: VX-4 as XF-5.  1975: NADC as 94.
					later converted to QF-4B drone as 46.  1975: PMTC as 46.  1977: PMTC as 46.
					1978: PMTC.  W/o May 18, 1978.
148387/148410		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				MSN 72/95.  Redesignated F-4B-7-MC in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com.
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				148387 (MSN 72) VF-121.  1967: VMFA-115 as VE-4.
					(VMFA-115) caught fire and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off South Vietnam Jul 16, 1967.  Both
					crew ejected and were rescued.
				148388 (MSN 73) 1962: VF-102 as AF-111.  1966-67: VMFA-122 as DC-13.
					(VMFA-122) shot down by ground fire near Tavouac, Laos Dec 22, 1967.  Both crew ejected but only one
					survived.
				148389 (MSN 74) 1967: VMFA-312 as DR-10.  ? as AF-103.  1970: NAVAERORECOVFC.  SOC Feb 17, 1970
				148390 (MSN 75) ? as AD-152.  1961: VF-74 as AJ-101.  SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Jan 13, 1970
				148391 (MSN 76) 1962: ? as NH-40x.  1963: VF-114 as NH-4xx.  1963: VF-121 as NJ-123.  1966: VF-114 as NH-402.
					1971: H&MS-13.  (MAG-13) SOC at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam Jul 15, 1971.
				148392 (MSN 77) Prior to retirement to MASDC was active with VMFAT-101 coded SB-7
					to MASDC as 8F0019 Mar 8, 1972.  Departed AMARC Jun 12, 1974 to NATTC Memphis, TN.
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  In use with USN Fire 
					School at Memphis NAS, Tennessee in Apr 1993.  Seen at Bissel Auto and Body, St Louis, Missouri Feb 2008.
				148393 (MSN 78) VF-102 as AF-102.  1967: VMFA-115.  1971: NADC Warminster, PA.
					Converted to QF-4B drone as 47.  W/o Aug 31, 1979.
				148394 (MSN 79) VF-21 struck ramp andcrashed into the sea while attempting to land on USS Midway Nov 18, 1963.
					Both crewmen killed.
				148395 (MSN 80) VF-114 as NH-407   1965: VF-121.  (VF-121) crashed near George AFB, California Jun 2, 1965.  
					Both crewmen killed
				148396 (MSN 81) 1962-64: VF-106 as AF-106.  1964: VMFA-251. Or still with VF-106 at the time of the crash
					(VMFA-251) crashed into sea off NAS Miramar, California Jul 2, 1964.  RIO was killed.
				148397 (MSN 82) 1963: VF-114 as NH-4xx.  1965: VF-161 as NL-xxx.
					(VF-161) caught fire asn crashed near NAS El Centro, California Apr 16, 1965
				148398 (MSN 83) VMFA-251 as DW-00.  1971: VMFA-251. 
 					(MAG-13) DBR in accident Jun 4, 1971. 6/30/1971: Struck off charge at MCAS Beaufort, SC. 
				149399 (MSN 84) VMFA-312 as DR-10.  1965: VF-121 as NJ-114.
					(VF-121) crashed into sea off San Diego, California May 13, 1965.  Both crewmen killed.
				148400 (MSN 85) 1971: VF-101.  Jul 1, 1971: Struck off charge at NAS Oceana, VA.  Put into storage at Dahlgren, VA.
					Preserved on ramp at Hickory, North Carolina airport, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				148401 (MSN 86) (VMFA-312) exploded and crashed near MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina Jan 29, 1968
				148402 (MSN 87) 1962: VF-106 as AF-105.   1965: VMFA-251.  1971: H&MS-14.
					Aug 9, 1971: Struck off charge at MCAS Cherry Point, NC.
				148403 (MSN 88) served with VF-101 at NAS Oceana, VA.  1968: VMFA-542 as WH-11.
					3/16/1972: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.   SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Mar 28, 1972.
				148404 (MSN 89) 1962: ? as AB-108.  1966: VF-102 as AE-xxx
					(VMFA-513) crashed off end of runway at MCAS Cherry Point, NC Feb 24, 1966. Pilot injured, RSO OK.
				148405 (MSN 90) 1971: VMFAT-101.  SOC at MCAS Yuma, AZJul 16, 1971.  Preserved at Pacific Coast Division 
					of the United States Aviation Museum, Inyokern, California.
				148406 (MSN 91) SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Jul 13, 1970
				148407 (MSN 92) 8/30/61: First flight
					Ca. 9/61: TOS USN. Assigned to: Fighter Squadron 121 (VF-121), NAS Miramar, CA.
					7/6/62: Redesignated F-4B.
					Unknown date: Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 531 (VMFA-531), MCAS Cherry Point, NC.
					Dec 4, 1971: from VF-121, NAS Mirimar, CA to MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as 8F0007.
					June 5, 1974: Naval Air Technical Training Center, Memphis, TN as GIA.
					By 4/97: Air Classics Museum, Aurora Municipal Airport, Sugar Grove, IL on loan from National Naval
					Aviation Musem 
				148408 (MSN 93) 1963-64: VF-114 as NH-411.   1969-70: NARTU Los Alamitos,CA as 7L-110.  1971: VF-121.
					6/23/1971: Struck off charge at NAS Miramar, CA.  Currently preserved at NAS Miramar, California.
				148409 (MSN 94) VX-4 as XF-5.   1962: VF-114 as NH-410.  1963-64: VF-114 as NH-400.  1968: VMFA-314.
 					Shot down by ground fire near Khe Sanh, South Vietnam with VMFA-314 Sep 10, 1968.  
					Both crew ejected and were rescued by Army helicopter.
				148410 (MSN 95) VF-121 as NJ-117.  1966-69: VF-121 as NJ-118.  (VF-121) w/o Feb 10, 1969.
148411/148434		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				MSN 96/119.  Redesignated F-4B-8-MC in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				148411 (MSN 96) (VMFA-314) crashed into sea off NAS Cubi Point, Philippines Jun 14, 1964.
				148412 (MSN 97) Ca.10/61: TOS USN. Bailed back to McDonnell in St. Louis, MO as an F4H-1 airframe test aircraft.
					7/6/62: Redesignated F-4B.  Unknown date: First aircraft to fire a Phoenix missile.
					Ca.1/64: Fighter Squadron 14 (VF-14), USS Franklin D. Roosevelt CVA-42
					12/11/64: Damaged in deck accident on USS Franklin D. Roosevelt CVA-42. Written off.
					Ca.1965: Chanute Technical Training Center (Air Training Command), Chanute AFB, IL for use as GIA. Redesignated GF-4B.
					6/30/72: SOC by Air Force Plant Representative Office, McDonnell Aircraft, St. Louis, MO.
					4/91: Heritage in Flight Museum, Logan County Airport, Lincoln, IL. Slung under a helicopter (possibly a CH-47) 
						and carried to Lincoln, IL airport.. At some point in the roughly 60nm journey she started to shift and 
						slip in her sling and had to be set down in a corn field. Their she stayed overnight. The next morning the 
						straps were readjusted and she finished her trip.
					Unknown date: Marked as an Illinois ANG aircraft with bogus marking AF 48-412.
				148413 (MSN 98) (VF-102) crashed into sea off NAS Key West, Florida Jan 18, 1964.  Both crewmen killed.
				148414 (MSN 99) VMFA-314 as VW-14.  VMFA-122 as DC-00.   1970: VAQ-33.
					5/15/1970: Written off in a landing accident at NAS Patuxent River, MD to MASDC as 8F0032 Dec 16, 1973.  
					Converted to QF-4B drone
				148415 (MSN 100) VMFA-513 as WF-14.  1973: VMFAT-101, MCAS Mirimar, CA.  To MASDC as 8F0030 Sep 26, 1973.  
					SOC Aug 25, 1977. To Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, CA Jun 5, 1979  Converted to QF-4B.  SOC Sep 20, 1983.
					Seen stored at NAF China Lake, CA in 1995. 
				148416 (MSN 101) VMFA-314 as VW-12  1971: VMFA-115 as VE-18.  VF-121.
					SOC at NARF North Island, CA. Feb 11, 1971.  Assigned as ground trainer at NAS Miramar, California
				148417 (MSN 102) (VF-121 as NJ-121) caught fire and crashed near NAS Miramar, California Feb 2, 1964.
				148418 (MSN 103) 1973: VMFAT-101 as SB-3, MCAS, Miramar, CA
					to MASDC as 8F0031 Oct 16, 1973. To Naval Air Technical Training Center, Memphis, TN.
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  In use with USN Fire 
					School at Memphis NAS, Tennessee in April 1993 and reported in Oct 2006 as instructional airframe at 
					Eglin AFB, Florida.
				148419 (MSN 104) (VF-121) crashed on takeoff from NAS Miramar, California May 13, 1963
				148420 (MSN 105) (VMFA-122) shot down by ground fire near An Hoa, South Vietnam Aug 8, 1968 and ditched in
					sea off South Vietnam
				148421 (MSN 106) VF-96 as NG-104.  1971: VF-101 as AD-034. (VF-101) lost at sea 200 mi ESE of NAS Oceana Jun 7, 1971
					following structural failure and loss of control  Both crew recovered.
				148422 (MSN 107) (VMFA-542) crashed into Atlantic Ocean off Jacksonville, Florida after collision with 
					P2V 147946 Sep 26, 1967.  Pilot survived, RIO KIA
				148423 (MSN 108) 7/30/1971: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN
					Assigned as ground trainer at at Memphis NATTC, Tennessee Jul 1971, seen there Oct 21, 1975.
					Converted to QF-4B drone.  Preserved at Herlong airport, Florida
				148424 (MSN 109) 1964: VF-213 as NH-612.  1965-66: VF-96 as NG-607.  
					to MASDC from VF-121, NAS Miramar, CA as 8F0008 Dec 4, 1971.  SOC Aug 25, 1977.
					To Naval weapons center, China Lake, Ca Jun 7, 1979.  Converted to QF-4B drone as 17.  
					Put into storage at NAF China Lake, California Jul 1979.  SOC Sep 25, 1982.
				148425 (MSN 110) (VF-102) crashed into sea off South Carolina Apr 11, 1962.  Both crewmen killed.
				148426 (MSN 111) NATC.  1972: H&MS-14SOC at NAS Cherry Point, NC. Mar 22, 1972.
				148427 (MSN 112) (VMFA-314) shot down by ground fire near Hue, South Vietnam Apr 28, 1969.  
					Both crew ejected and were rescued by Army helicopter
				148428 (MSN 113) to MASDC from VMFA-531 MCAS Yuma, AZ as 8F0012 Dec 15, 1971.  SOc Nov 25, 1975
					To Hill AFB, UT Jul 28, 1988 as a battle damage repair trainer. 
				 	Converted to QF-4B drone as 44.
				148429 (MSN 114) (VF-101) crashed after midair collision with F-4 148366 Jun 7, 1967
				148430 (MSN 115) 1962: VF-114 as NH-413.  1963-64: VF-114 as NH-406  VF-41 as AG-xxx.
					To MASDC from VMFA-531, MCAS Yuma, AZ as 8F0011 Dec 14, 1971.  SOC May 12, 1975.  To Hill ADB, UT Sep 4, 1980 and Assigned as battle damage 
					repair trainer 
				148431 (MSN 116) VMFA-314 as VW-15   VMFA-115 as VE-17.  1968: VMFA-154 as NE-xxx.
					W/o Jan 29, 1968.  Repaired.  1971: VF-101.   6/22/1971: Struck off charge at NAS Oceana, VA.
					Put into storage at Hill AFB, Utah Sep 1986.  Converted to QF-4B drone
				148432 (MSN 117) 1968: VF-154 as NE-xxx  1968: VMFA-122.  With VF-154 crashed into sea off Da Nang, South Vietnam
					due to battle damage Jul 8, 1968.  Both crew ejected safely.
				148433 (MSN 118) VF-96 as NG-606.  1966: VF-154 as NE-461
					With VF-154 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin due to battle damage 
					Nov 3, 1966.  Both crew ejected and were rescued by helicopter.
				148434 (MSN 119) 1972: VMFA-312.  SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, NC Feb 23, 1972.  Converted to QF-4B drone no. 41.  
					Put into storage at NAF China Lake, California 1982.
148435/148612		Douglas A4D-2N Skyhawk 
				MSN 12628/12805.  Redesignated A-4C in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com.
					Service histories from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				148435 (MSN 12628) 1961-63: VA-112.  1963-68: VA-125 as NJ-550.  1968: VA-873.  1968-69: VA-125 as NJ-550.
					1969: VC-7 as UH-09.  1970-73: VC-7.  To MASDC as 3A0370 Jul 3, 1973.  
					To Lockheed Air Services, Ontarion, CA Oct 21, 1974.  To Argentina Oct 1974 as A-4Q C-306
					4th Air Brigade.  6/13/1978: Crashed near La Heras, Mendoza. 
				148436 (MSN 12629)1961-62: H&MS-15.  1962-63: VMA-211 as CF-6.  1963-64: VMA-223.  1964-65: VMA-121.  1965: VMA-225 as CE-14.
					1965-66: VMA-224 as WK-14.  1966-67: VMA-214 as WE-12.  1968-70: VMA-214.  1970: MARTD Glenview, IL.  6/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970-73: VMA-142.  1974: VMA-142 as MB-8.  1975-76: VMA-142. To MASDC as 3A0499 Jul 6, 1976.  
					To Malaysia Jan 167, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM as M32-24
				148437 (MSN 12630) 1961-63: VA-112 as NH-203.  1963: VA-94.  1972: NWC.  1972: NavAeroRecovFac, at NAS El Centro, CA.
					1976: NATF as 01. 1977: NAEC, at NAF Lakehurst, NJ.  9/28/1977: Struck off charge at NAF Lakehurst, NJ.
				148438 (MSN 12631) 1961-63: VA-113 as NH-306.  1963-65: VA-125.  1966: VA-125 as NJ-556.  1967-68: VA-125.
					1968: VA-873.  1968-69: VA-125.  1969: NARTU Alameda, CA.  1970: VA-303.
					To MASDC as 3A0300 Jan 22, 1971. To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Dec 12, 1974. 
					To Argentine AF Dec 1974 as A-4Q C-302  Grupo 4.  1983: Grupo 5.  12/1998: Withdrawn from use.
					Currently preserved at the Museo de Malvinas de Oliva? The one in Rio Cuarto marked as C-302 is actually C-212
				148439 (MSN 12632) 1961-62: VA-113.  1963: VA-192.  1963-64: H&MS-15.  1964-65: VMA-214.  1965-66: VA-113 as NH-307.
					1967-68: VA-172.  1969: VA-172 as AJ-3xx.  1969: VMA-131.  1969-70: NARTU New York, NY.
					1970: VMA-131 as 5W-6.to MASDC as 3A0294 Dec 31, 1970.  To Republic of Singapore AF under FMS Nov 18, 1980
				148440 (MSN 12633) 1961: VA-66 as AF-30x.  1962-65: VA-66.  1966: VA-66 as AF-502. 1966-67: VA-36 as AK-3xx. 1967: VA-15 as AK-211.
					(VA-15 attached to USS Intrepid (CVS-11)) hit by ground fire over North Vietnam Aug 25, 1967.  
					Pilot ejected close to carrier and was rescued by helicopter.
				148441 (MSN 12634) 1961: VA-112 as NH-208. 1962-63: VA-112 as NH-2xx.  1963-64: VA-93 as NG-304.  1965-66: VA-93.
					1966-68: VA-172.  1969: VA-172 as AJ-xxx.  7/31/1969: Written off onboard USS Shangri-La .CVA-38
				148442 (MSN 12635) 1961-62: VA-112 as NH-204.  1963: VA-192.  1963-64: H&MS-15.  1964-65: VMA-214.  1965: VA-22.
					1965-66: VA-216 as NP-694.  1966-68: VMA-332.  1968-69: VMA-324.  1969-70: VMA-133 as 5G-18.
					6/22/1970: Struck off charge at NAS Alameda, CA.
				148443 (MSN 12636) 1961-62: VA-66 as AF-xxx.  10/26/1962: Crashed into the Caribbean Sea.
				148444 (MSN 12637) 1961-63: VA-113 as NH-308.  1963-64: VA-146 as NK-6xx.  1964-65: VA-195 as NM-501.  1965-66: VA-76 as NG-502.
					(VA-76 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) shot down by AAA over Quang Khe Highway Ferry 
					Quang Binh Province, NVN Mar 25, 1966.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				148445 (MSN 12638) 1961-62: VA-66 as AF-309.  1962-66: VA-46 as AK-505.  1966-67: VA-64.  1968-69: VA-64 as AG-613.
					1970: NARTU New York, NY.  1970: MARTD Alameda, CA.  12/29/1970: Struck off charge at MARTD Alameda, CA.
				148446 (MSN 12639) 1961-62: VA-66 as AF-310.  1962-63: VA-44.  1963-65: VA-172 as AB-307.  1965: VA-44.
					1965-67: VA-66.  1967-68: VA-15 as AK-210.  1968: VA-36.  1969: VSF-1 as AG-504.  1969-70: VA-23.  2/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970-72: VA-209 as AF-605.  1972-76: VMA-142 as MB-12. NAS Cecil Field, FL.  To MASDC as 3A0468 Jan 23, 1976.  
					To Malaysia under FMS Sep 30, 1983
					Now registered as N130AT with Aviation Technologies,
					LTD of Sparks, NV.  Seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.  Noted
					Oct 2004 at Marana North West RAP, Avra Valley, AZ.  Registered
					N130AT Jun 30, 2008
				148447 (MSN 12640) 1961: VA-112 as NH-201.  1962-63: VA-112.  1964-65: VA-125. 1965-66: VA-216.  1966-70: VA-172.
					1970-73: VA-45.  Jul 2, 1973: Written off at NAS Cecil Field, FL.
				148448 (MSN 12641) 1961-62: VA-113.  1962-65: VA-125.  9/28/1965: Crashed.
				148449 (MSN 12642) 1961-62: VA-112 as NH-207.   1962-65: VA-125.  1966-67: VA-125 as NJ-565.  1967-68: VA-195 as NM-505.
					1969: VSF-1 as AU-04.  1969-70: VA-23.  1970-71: VMA-134.  1971-73: VC-8. as GF-37 at NAS Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico
					To MASDC as 3A0471 Jan 29, 1976.  To Republic of Singapore AF under FMS Oct 2, 1980
				148450 (MSN 12643) 1961-63: VA-113 as NH-310.  1963: VA-55.  1963-66: VA-125 as NJ-551.  1967-69: VA-125.
					1969-71: VC-1to MASDC as 3A0296 Jan  11, 1971.  To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Nov 20, 1974.
					To Argentine AF Nov 1974 as A-4Q C-310  1982: Grupo 4.
					5/30/1982: Shot down by a Sea Dart SAM from HMS Exeter near the Falklands Islands. Pilot was killed
				148451 (MSN 12644) 1961: H&MS-15.  1961: VMA-121.  1961-63: VMA-211.  1963: VMA-223
					in midair with A-4C 147794 Jul 5, 1963 in Tokyo area.
				148452 (MSN 12645) 1961-62: VA-66 as AF-303.  1962: VA-66 as AF-503.  1963-65: VA-66.  1966: VA-66 as AF-303.
					1967-68: VA-66.  1968-69: VA-15.  1969: VA-64 as AG-604.  1969-70: NARTU New York, NY.  1970-74: VMA-131  
					 To MASDC from VMA-133 NAS Alameda, CA as 3A0382 Apr 9, 1974.  
					To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Oct 21, 1974.
					To Argentine AF Oct 1974 as A-4Q C-307.  4th Air Brigade.
					2/18/1982: Crashed near Cerro del Diablo, Mendoza. Pilot was killed
				148453 (MSN 12646) 1961: H&MS-15.  1961: VMA-121.  1961-63: VMA-223.  1963-64: VMA-121.  1964-65: VMA-214.  1965: H&MS-15.
					1965: VA-216.  1966: VA-22 as NE-220.   1967-68: VA-22.  1968-69: VA-112 as AH-405.  1969: VMAT-102.
					1969-70: VA-112.  1970: VMAT-102.  8/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-71: VA-205.
					6/20/1971: Struck off charge at NAS Atlanta, GA.  On display next to Great Lakes Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, IL 
				148454 (MSN 12647) 1961: VA-66 as AF-308.  1961-62: VA-76. Or stil with VA-66 when lost?
					Jan 6, 1962: Crashed into the Western Mediterranean Sea after a night launch off USS Intrepid CVA-11. . Pilot was killed
				148455 (MSN 12648) 1961-62: VA-66 as AF-300.  1962-63: VA-66 as AF-500.  1963: VA-72 as AG-3xx.  1963: VA-43.
					1963-64: VA-76 as AE-3xx.  .W/o 21 Jan 1964      Location ?
				148456 (MSN 12649) 1961-63: VA-72 as AG-300.  1963-65: NAS Norfolk, VA.  1965-66: VA-216 as NP-685
					VA-216 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) hit by ground fire over Haiphong Harbor, North 
					Vietnam Jul 7, 1966.  Managed to fly to the coast, where pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy 
					helicopter under heavy enemy fire.
				148457 (MSN 12650) 1961: VA-112.  Dec 6, 1961: Written of  
				148458 (MSN 12651) 1961-63: VA-113 as NH-312.  1963-64: H&MS-15.  1964-65: VMA-214.  1965: H&MS-15.  1965-66: VA-113 as NH-310.
					1966: VA-153.  1966: VA-22.  1967-68: VA-22 as NE-213.  1968-69: VMA-121 as VK-15.  1969-70: VMAT-102.
					1970-71: VMA-142.  VMA-133 as ME-3.NAS Alameda, CA  To MASDC as 3A0442 Nov 5, 1975.  
					To Singapore AF Jan 1980 as A-4SU with serial 926. 1996: 142 Squadron
				148459 (MSN 12652) 1961-62: VA-66 as AF-301.  1963: VA-66 as AF-501.  1964-65: VA-66.  1965: VA-36.  1965: VA-66.
					1966: VA-66 as AE-301.  1967-68: VA-66.  1968: VA-15 as AA-4xx.  10/25/1968: Written off.
				148460 (MSN 12653) 1961-68: VA-66.  1968-69: VA-15.  1969: VA-44.  Nov 4, 1969: Written off
				148461 (MSN 12654) 1961: VA-72 as AG-xxx.
					8/16/1961: Crashed into the sea while attempting to land on USS Independence CVA-62 in the Mediterranean Sea
				148462 (MSN 12655) 1961: VMA-121 as VK-13.  1961-62: H&MS-12.  1962-63: VMA-224.  1963-64: VMA-242.
					1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-9.  1965-66: VMA-224.   1966-67: VMA-214 as WE-13.  1968-70: VMA-214.
					1970-71: VMA-543 as 5V-5 MARTD Glenview, IL.  To MASDC as 3A0348 Nov 1, 1971.  
					To Singapore AF Nov 18, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 942. 2001: 150 Squadron 
				148463 (MSN 12656) 1961-62: VA-66 as AF-306.  1963: VA-66 as AF-506.  1963: VA-106 as AG-316.  1963-64: VA-44.
					1964-65: VA-106.  1965: VA-44.  1965-68: VA-66.  1968-69: VA-15.  1969: VA-106.  1969-70: NARTU New York, NY.
					1970-73: VSF-86 as NW-601. Or VMA-322 from 1972-73  1973: NARTU Glenview, IL.  8/18/1973: Struck off charge at NAS Glenview, IL.
					On display at Great Lakes Naval Training Center, North Chicago, IL in 2008 on loan from National
					Naval Aviation Museum, with modex and markings for 149959, which was the aircraft in which John McCain 
					was shot down over Hanoi Oct 1967.
				148464 (MSN 12657) 1961-64: VMA-121.  1964-65: VMA-214.  1965: VA-22.  1965-66: H&MS-15 as YV-84.
					1966-68: VA-55.  1968-69: VA-216 as NL-603.  1969: VA-44.  1969: VA-12.  1970-71: VA-12 as AJ-403.
					1971: VA-303.  1971: VSF-86.  VMA-142 NAS Cecil Field, FL
					To MASDC as 3A0431 Oct 23, 1975.  To Singapore AF Feb 7, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 972
				148465 (MSN 12658) 1961: VMA-121.  1961-62: VMA-332 as EA-22.  1962-63: VMA-224 as WK-22.
					1963-64: VMA-242 as DT-22.  1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-22.  1965: VMA-224 as WK-14.
					1965-66: VMA-311 as WL-14.  1966-70: VMA-214 as WE-14.\  1970-71: MARTD Glenview, IL as 5V-6.
					To MASDC as 3A0333 May 23, 1971.  To Singapore AF Dec 16, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 943
				148466 (MSN 12659) 1961-62: VA-66 as AF-311.  1962-63: VA-66 as AF-511.  *1963-65: VA-66 as AE-3xx.  1966: VA-66 as AE-311.
					1966-67: VA-15 as AK-205.
					(VA-15 attached to USS Intrepid (CVS-11)) shot down by ground fire near the Ben Thuy power plant near Vinh, 
					Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Jun 30, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				148467 (MSN 12660) 1961: VMA-121.  1961: VMA-211.  1961-62: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224.  1963-64: VMA-242.
					1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-18.  1965: VMA-224.  1967-69: VA-172.  1969-70: VA-66 as AA-308.  1970: VA-304.
					To MASDC as 3A0292 Dec 7, 1970.  To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Dec 6, 1974.  
					To Argentine AF Dec 1974 as A-4Q C-323  4th Air Brigade.  Jan 9, 1981: Crashed near Maipu, Mendoza
				148468 (MSN 12661) 1961-62: VA-72 as AB-309.  1962-63: VA-72 as AG-302.  1963-65: VA-172 as AB-309.  1966-67: VA-113 as NG-307.
					1967-68: VA-44.  1968: VA-81.  1969-70: VA-81 as AB-413.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1970: VA-305.
					To MASDC as 3A0356 Mar 8, 1972  To Barry Goldwater Range, Gila Bend, AZ Aut 22, 1983 as range target
				148469 (MSN 12662) 1961: VMA-121.   1961-63: VMA-211.  1963-64: VMA-225.  1964-65: VMA-121.  1965-66: VMA-214.
					1966: VMA-311.   1966-70: VMA-214.  1970: VMA-134.  1970-71: MARTD Glenview, IL. 1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.  973: VT-86.
					1973: VC-2 as JE-15 NAS Virginia Beach, VA
					To MASDC as 3A0414 Sep 11, 1975.  To Republic of Singapore AF under FMS Nov 29, 1980
				148470 (MSN 12663) 1961-62: VA-66 as AF-304.  1963: VA-66.  1964: VA-66 as AE-508.  1965-66: VA-66 as AE-308.
					1966-68: VA-15 as AK-207.  1968: VA-36 as AK-xxx.
					(VA-36 attached to USS Intrepid (CVS-11)) collided with another Skyhawk Aug 20, 1968 
					while returning from mission over North Vietnam.  Pilot ejected 10 miles from carrier and was 
					recovered.  The other Skyhawk made it into the barrier, but had to be scrapped.
				148471 (MSN 12664) 1961: VMA-121   1961-63: VMA-211.  1963-64: VMA-223.  1964-65: VMA-121.  1965-66: VMA-214.
					1966: VMA-311.  1966-68: VMA-214 as WE-2.  10/1968: Struck off charge.
				148472 (MSN 12665) 1961: VMA-121.  1961-63: VMA-223.  1963-64: VMA-211.  1964: VMA-214.  1964-65: H&MS-15.
					1965-66: VA-113 as NH-304.  1966-67: VMA-214 as WE-1.  1967: VMA-214 as WE-5.  1967: VMA-311 as WL-1.
					1967: VMA-121 as VK-1.  1967: VMA-211 as CF-1.  1967-68: VMA-223 as WP-13.  1968-69: VMA-121.  1969-70: VMAT-102.
					7/14/1970: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.  Jun 2, 1971: Struck off charge at NARF Jacksonville, FL.
				148473 (MSN 12666) 1961: H&MS-15.  1961-63: VMA-223.  1963-63: VMA-211.   1964-65: VMA-214.  1965-66: VA-216 as NP-690
					(VA-216 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) hit by ground fire over North Vietnam May 21, 1966.  Made it back to the
					carrier but was unable to land due to landing gear damaged and had to ditch the aircraft into
					the Gulf of Tonkin.  Pilot survived.
				148474 (MSN 12667), VA-216) shot down over North Vietnam May 21, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				148475 (MSN 12668) 1961: VMA-121 as VK-1.  1962-64: VMA-121.  1964-65: VMA-214.  1965: VA-153 as NL-312.
					(VA-153 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) shot down by ground fire near Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam 
					Aug 13, 1965.  Pilot was killed.
				148476 (MSN 12669) 1961-63: VA-36 as AC-xxx.  W/o Nov 15, 1963  Location ?
				148477 (MSN 12670) 1961: VMA-121.  1961: VMA-211.  Crashed near MCAS El Toro, CA 8 Aug 1961 after mid-air with A-4C 147791  
				148478 (MSN 12671) 1961: VA-72 as AG-303.  1962-63: VA-72.  1963: VA-106.   W/o 22 Jul 1963      Location ?
				148479 (MSN 12672) 1961-63: VA-72 as AG-304.  1963-64: VA-172.  1964-65: VA-44.  1965-66: VA-95.  1966: VA-192.
					1966: VA-56.  1966-68: VA-112 as NH-404.  1968: VA-873.  1968-69: VA-125.  1969: VA-106 as AG-304.  1969-70: NARTU New York, NY.
					6/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-204 as AF-418 NAS New Orleans, LA
  					To MASDC as 3A0415 Sep 11, 1975.  To Malaysia under FMS Jan 13, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM.
				148480 (MSN 12673) 1961-65: VA-36.  1965: VA-15.  1965-66: VA-106.  1966-67: VA-15.  1967-68: VA-12.  1968-69: VA-83.
					1969: VA-44.   1969: VMA-324.  1969-72: MARTD Alameda, CA.  4/15/1972: Crashed after engine exploded
				148481 (MSN 12674) 1963-65: VA-153 as NL-312.  (VA-153 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) damaged by ground 
					fire over North Vietnam Apr 9, 1965.   Pilot ejected over Gulf of Tonkin and was rescued by HU-16.
				148482 (MSN 12675) 1961-64: VMA-121.  1964-65: VMA-223 as WP-83.  1965: VA-153 as NL-310.  1965-66: VMA-224.
					1966: VMA-311.  1966-67: VMA-214 as WE-15.  1968-70: VMA-214.  1970-71: VC-1.  1971: VMA-322.  1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.
					1973-74: VT-86 as 4B-15.  to MASDC as 3A0386 May 16, 1974.  To Singapore AF Feb 5, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 967
					1996: 142 Squadron
				148483 (MSN 12676) converted in 1961 into test aircraft for Army close support aircraft contract which was not won.  
					Converted back to standard A-4C configuration. 	1963: VA-106.  1963-64: VA-64.   1965-66: VA-64 as AE-610.  1967-68: VA-64.
					1968-69: VA-34 as AA-300.   1969: VA-64 as AG-602.   969-70: NARTU New York, NY.  1972: VMA-322 as QR-64.  1973-75: VMA-131.
					1975: VMA-133 as ME-4.  To MASDC as 3A0433 Oct 24, 1975.  
					To Singapore Feb 5, 1980 for conversion to TA-4SU with serial 902. 
				148484 (MSN 12677) 1961-64: VA-36.  1965-66: VA-36 as NG-707.  1966-68: VA-15 as AK-214.  1968: VA-66.  1968-69: VA-36 as AK-517.
					1969-70: VA-172 as AJ-385.  1970: VA-172 as AC-305, VA-172 attached to USS Shangri-La (CVS-38)) shot down by ground 
					fire nearr Ban Talan, Laos Mar 22, 1970.  Pilot KIA
				148485 (MSN 12678) 1961-62: VA-72 as AG-305.  1963-64: VA-64 as AE-4xx.  1964-65: VA-76 as AE-505.   1965-66: VA-76 as NG-505.1966-68: VMA-332.
					1968-70: VMA-324.  1970-73: VMA-134.  10/16/1973: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Seen on NATTC parking ramp at NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 27, 2004.  
					In 2010 was mounted on a pylon on display at Wall of Honor Vet Memorial, Bartlesville, OK on loan from 
					Naval Aviation Tactical Training Center, Pensacola, FL.
				148486 (MSN 12679) 1961: VMA-121.  1961-62: VMA-223.  1962-64: VMA-121.  1964-65: VMA-214.   1965-66: VA-195 as NM-509.
					1966: VA-153.  1967: VA-113 as NG-316.  1967-68: VA-112 as NH-405   (.VA-112 attached to USS Kitty Hawk CVA-63)) 
					shot down by SAM SW of Haiphong, NVN Jan 3, 1968.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				148487 (MSN 12680) 1961-62: VA-36 as AC-603.  1963-65: VA-36.   1965-66: VA-106.  1966-67: VA-15.  1967: VA-12.  1967: VA-34 as AK-303.
					1968: VA-172.  1968-69: VA-44.  1969: VA-64 as AG-611.  1969-70: VA-44.  4/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-209 as AF-604.
					1971: VA-204 as AF-406.  12/1976: Assigned as a ground trainer to NAS Memphis, TN. Or in 1996?  1/14/1977: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.
				148488 (MSN 12681)  1961-62: VA-192 as NM-203.  1963: VA-55 as NF-502.  1963-65: VA-153 as NL-303.
					1966: VA-22 as NE-00.  (VA-22 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) hit by groumd fire near Phu Nhac, 15 mi from Ninh Binh,
					North Vietnam Sep 17, 1966.  Pilot ejected over Gulf of Tonkin and was rescued by Navy helicopter
				148489 (MSN 12682) 1961: VA-195.  1962: H&MS-12.  1964-65: VA-22 as NE-xxx. (VA-22 attached to USS Midway (CVA-41)) collided 
					with another aircraft while on training flight over South China Sea May 11, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was 
					rescued.  Facts unknown about the other aircraft.
				148490 (MSN 12683) converted in 1961 into test aircraft for Army close support aircraft contract which was not won.  
					Converted back to standard A-4C configuation, 1961-62: VA-22.  1962-63: VA-125 as NJ-546.  1964-68: VA-125.
					1968: VA-112.  1968: VX-5.   1968-69: VA-112 as AH-407.   1969-70: VMAT-102.  1/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-71: VA-209 as AF-603.\			
					1971: VA-205 as AF-520.  1975-76: VA-204 as AF-403.   Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
					1978: VA-204.  an 4, 1978: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.  Now on display 
					on a pole at a reststop on I-10 Santa Rosa, FL near National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL, 
					painted in Blue Angels colors..
				148491 (MSN 12684) 1961-62: VA-36 as AC-602.  1963-65: VA-36.  1965-66: VA-106.  1966-67: VA-36.  1967: VA-64 as AG-601.  1968-69: VA-64.
					1969-70: NARTU New York, NY.  1970: VSF-76.   2/25/1975: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.  Assigned as a ground trainer to NAS Memphis, TN. 
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Seen on NATTC parking ramp at NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 27, 2004.
					Noted Mar 2006 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  On loan to Oregon Air and Space Museum,
					Eugene, OR
				148492 (MSN 12685) 1961-62: VA-192 as NM-210.  1963-68: VA-125.  1968: VA-873.  1968: VA-125.  1970-71: VMA-142.  1971: VMA-134.
					VMA-511.  NARTU ? as 5W-11.  Oct 7, 1974: Struck off charge at MCAS El Toro, CA.  Was on display. at Flying Leathernecks Museum, 
					MCAS Miramar, CA.  Noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museum, El Toro MCAS, CA
				148493 (MSN 12686) 1961: VMA-121.  1964-65: VMA-214.  1965: VA-22.  1965-67: VA-146.  1967-68: VA-22 as NE-215.  1968: VA-873.
					1968-69: VA-216.  1969-70: VMAT-102.  1970-71: VMA-322.  1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.  1973-74: VT-86 as 4B-17.
					To MASDC as 3A0384 Sep 5, 1974.  To Singapore AF feb 7, 1980 as TA-4SU with serial 903.
					2003: 142/145 Squadron
				148494 (MSN 12687) 1961: VMA-121.  1961: VMA-211.  1961-62: H&MS-12.  1962: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-211 as CF-21.
					1963-64: VMA-223 as WP-21.  1964-65: VMA-121 as VK-21.  1965-66: VMA-214 as WE-19.  1966: VMA-311 as WL-19.
					1966-67: VMA-214 as WE-19.  1967: VMA-311 as WL-19  1967: VMA-121 as VK-19.  1967: VMA-211 as CF-19.
					1967-68: VMA-223 as WP-19.  1968-69: VMA-121  1969-70: VMAT-102.  1970-71: VMA-124.
					To MASDC as 3A0312 Feb 17, 1971.  To Indian Springs AFAF, NV as range target Jul 22, 1983
					Also listed as with VA-216 and lost in accident off North Vietnam Jul 8, 1966.  Pilot rescued.
				148495 (MSN 12688) 1961-62: VA-44.  1962-65: VA-36.  1965: VA-15.  1965: VA-22.  1965-66: VA-106.  1966-68: VA-15 as AK-203.
					1968: VA-66   1968-69: VA-36.  1969-70: VA-172 as AJ-xxx
					(VA-172 attached to USS Shangri La CVS-38)) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin shortly after 
					bad launch on a strike mission into South Vietnam Jun 22, 1970.  Pilot was killed
				148496 (MSN 12689) 1961-64: VMA-121.  1964: VMA-223.  1965: VA-216.  1965-66: VA-22 as NE-222.  Converted to A-4L.  
					I have this one as crashing into Gulf of Tonkin about 7 mi from coast of
					Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam with VA-22 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) Nov 17, 1966.  Mission
					had been aborted due to bad weather.  Pilot MIA.  No enemy fire was seen or heard. 
				148497 (MSN 12690) 1961: VMA-121 as VK-2.  1962-63: VMA-121.  1964-65: VMA-223.  1965: VA-195  1966: VA-153.
					1967: VMA-214.  1967-69: VA-76.  1969: VSF-1 as AG-507.  1969-71: VC-7.
					To MASDC as 3A0297 Jan 11, 1971.  To Singapore AF under FMS Oct 29, 1980
				148498 (MSN 12691) 1961-62: VA-94.  1962-63: VA-153 as NL-313. 1964: VA-195.  1964: VA-94 as NG-412.
					1964-65: VA-153 as NL-313. 1965: VA-216.  1965: VA-192.  1966-67: VA-113 as NG-312.  1967-68: VA-44.
					1968: VA-81 as AB-411.  1969-70: VA-81.  1970: VMA-134.  2/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-73: VA-205 as AF-410 and AF-510.
					1974: VA-205 as AF-510.  6/15/1974: Written off.
				148499 (MSN 12692)  1961-63: VA-43.  1963-64: VA-12 as AB-4xx.  1965: VA-12.  1965-66: VA-94 as NG-411.
 					(VA-94 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) collided with A-4C 149515 75 mi E of 
					Mui Ron, North Vietnam in Gulf of Tonkin Mar 21, 1966.  Pilot KIA.  Other pilot also killed.
				148500 (MSN 12693) 1961-63: VMA-121.  1963-64: H&MS-15.  1964-65: VMA-214   1965-66: VA-93.
					Assigned to VA-93 USS Enterprise CVN-65, code NG-00. 1966-67: VA-125.  1967-68: VA-195 as NM-506.
					1968: VA-112.  1969: VA-125.  1969-71: VC-1 as UA-00.
 					To MASDC as 3A0310 Feb 9, 1971. To DMI, Tucson, AZ Sep 8, 1983.  To Malasia under FMS but never delivered. 
					To N159AT.  Put in storage at Warbird Heritage 
					Foundation, Waukegan, IL.  Seen advertised for sale on raptoraviation.  Donated by Warbird Heritage
					Foundation to Illinois Aviation Museum.  Noted dismantled with Illinois
					Aviation Museum, Bolingbrook, Illinois at Clow Airport in Aug 2013.  Restored to display condition 
					and rolled out 17Oct15.  Preserved and on display at Illinois Aviation Museum, Bolingbrook, Illinois
				148501 (MSN 12694) 1961-64: VMA-121.  1964: VMA-223 as WP-81.  1965: VMA-223.  1965-66: VA-95.
					1966: VA-125.  1966-68: VMA-332.  1968-70: VMA-324 as DX-8.   1970: VMA-134.
					6/21/1970: Struck off charge at NAS Los Alamitos, CA
				148502 (MSN 12695) 1961-62: VA-36.  1962: VA-72.  1962: VMGR-252.   1963-64: VA-72.  1964-65: VA-43.
					1965-67: VA-44 as AD-430.  1967-70: VA-83.  VT-86 as 4B-05? No?  1970: VMA-134   1970-71: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0295 Jun 6, 1971. To DMI, Tucson, AZ Aug 11, 1983.  To Malaysis under FMS but never delivered.
					To N203AT.  Noted Oct 2004 at Marana North West RAP, Avra Valley, AZ
				148503 (MSN 12696) 1961-63: VA-43.   1963-65: VA-36.  1965-66: VA-15.  1966: VA-106 as AC-403.  1966-67: VA-15.
					1968-69: VA-34.  1969-70: VA-44.  1970: MARTD Alameda, CA.  To MASDC as 3A0377 Sep 18, 1973. 
					11/1973: Assigned as a ground trainer to NAS Memphis, TN.  Apr 12, 1974: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Seen on NATTC parking 
					ramp at NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 27, 2004.  Noted Mar 2006 in restoration hangar at National Museum Of Naval 
					Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  On loan to Aerospace Museum of California, 
					Sacramento, CA Apr 10, 2006. 
				148504 (MSN 12697) 1961-63: VA-44.  1963-65: VA-172.  1965-66: VA-36.  1966-68: VMA-332.  1968-69: VMA-324.
					1969: VMA-133 NAS Alameda,CA
					To MASDC as 3A0349 Jan 24, 1972.  To Singapore AF Oct 3, 1980 as A-4SU (serial unknown but noted Jan 2002
					with Black Knights display team.
				148505 (MSN 12698) 1962: VMA-242.  1962: HU-2. 1962-63: VMA-242.  1964-65: VA-44.  1965: VA-125.  1965: VA-22.
					1965: VMA-224.  1965-66: VMA-311.  1966-67: VMA-214 as WE-6.  1968: VMA-223 as WP-20.  1968-70: VA-216 as NL-616.\\
					1/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-203.  1970-76: VMA-142 as MB-5.   Mar 2, 1976: Crashed near Sunland, NM
				148506 (MSN 12699)1961-62: VMA-242.  1962: VMA-225.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962-63: VMA-332.  1963-64: VMA-225.
					1964-65: VMA-533.  1965-66: VMA-225.  1966-67: VA-106.  1967: VMA-332.
					8/17/1967: Crashed in the Dismal Swamp after a collision with A-4C 149610  
				148507 (MSN 12700) 1961: VMA-242.  1961-62: VMA-224.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962-63: VMA-332.
					1963-64: VMA-225.  1964-66: VMA-533.  1966: VA-144 as NH-303
					(VA-144 attached to USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63)) shot down by AAA near Mu Ron Ma near Ha Tinh,  North Vietnam Dec 21, 1966.  
					Pilot ejected and became POW.
				148508 (MSN 12701) 1961: H&MS-15.  1961-62: VMA-332.   1962: VMA-211  1963-65: VMA-121.  1965-66: VMA-214 as WE-17.
					1967: VMA-214 as WE-18.  1967: VMA-311.  1967: VMA-121.  1967: VMA-211.  1967-68: VMA-223. 1968-69: VMA-121.
					1969-70: VMAT-102.  7/14/1970: Struck off charge.
				148509 (MSN 12702) 1961-62: VMA-242.  1964-67: VA-44.  1967-70: VA-83.  1970-71: VMA-134 as 5L-5, MARtD Los Alamitos, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0341 Jun 7, 1971.  To N204AT.  Acquired by Warriors and Warbirds Museum, Monroe, North Carolina.
				148510 (MSN 12703) 1961-63: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.  1963-64: VMA-224.  1964-65: VMA-533.  1965: VA-113 as NH-309
					(VA-113) hit carrier ramp while landing on USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) in Gulf of Tonkin Dec 17, 1965.   
					Pilot killed.
				148511 (MSN 12704) 1961-62: VMA-242.  1962-63: HU-2.  1963: H&MS-14.  1963-64: VMA-224 as WK-3.  1964-65: VMA-533.
					1965-66: VMA-225.  1966-67: VA-125.  1967-68: VA-195 as NM-507.   1968: VA-112.  1968-69: VMA-214.
					12/28/1969: Crashed while landing at MCAS Yuma, AZ
				148512 (MSN 12705) 1961: VMA-242.  1961: VMA-224.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962: VMA-225 as CE-17.  1963-64: VMA-225.
					1964-65: VMA-533.  1965-66: VA-113 as NH-314.
					(VA-113 attached to USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63)) shot down by ground fire near Vinh Son, North Vietnam Apr 20, 1966.  Pilot 
					ejected and became POW, but died a few days later from his wounds from the ejection.
				148513 (MSN 12706) 1961: VA-43.   1961-62: VA-64.  1963-64: VA-64 as AE-309 and AE-310.  1964-66: VA-76.
					1966-67: VA-195 as NM-509.  1967-68: VA-94.  1968: VA-112.  1968: VA-873 as NE-212.  1969-70: VA-23.
					1970-71: VA-172 as AJ-307.   1971: VA-304.  1971-72: VMA-133 as ME-15, NAS Alameda, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0405 Aug 28, 1975.  To Republic of Singapore AF under FMS Jan 20, 1980
				148514 (MSN 12707) 1961-62: VMA-242.  1962: HU-2.  1962-63: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.  1963-64: VMA-224.
					1964-65: VMA-533.  1965-66: VMA-225.  1966: VA-216 as NP-00.  1966-67: VA-113 as NG-3xx.
					(VA-113 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) shot down by AAA Sam Son Thanh Ho Province, 
					North Vietnam May 4, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was killed before he reached a POW camp.
				148515 (MSN 12708) (VA-94) collided in midair Mar 21, 1966 with A-4C 148499 75 mi E of Mui Ron, NVN in Gulf of Tonkin.  
					Pilot killed.  Pilot of 148499 also killed.
				148516 (MSN 12709) 1961-62: VA-64.  1962: VA-43.  1962-63: VA-64 as AE-309.  1963-65: VA-36.  1965-66: VA-15.
					1966: VA-106.  1966-67: VA-36.  1967-69: VA-64.  1969-70: VA-36.  1970-71: VMA-134 as 5L-6.  1972-73: VMA-134.
					Oct 4, 1973: Struck off charge at NAS North Island, CA. 1991: Assigned as a ground trainer to NAS North Island, CA.
					Tn 2010 was mounted on a pylon as Gate Gard at NAS Coronado, CA, on loan from National Naval
					Aviation Museum.  151134 was painted on tail.
				148517 (MSN 12710) 1961-62: VMA-225.  1962-63: H&MS-14.  1963: VMA-332.  1963: VMA-242.
					1963: H&MS-14.  1963-65: VMA-224.  1965-69: VA-44.  1969: VA-106 as AG-310.  1969-70: NARTU New York, NY.
					1970-71: VSF-86 as NW-602.   To MASDC as 3A0299 Jan 19, 1971.  to Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Nov 20, 1974.
					To Argentine AF Nov 1974 as A-4Q C-311.  4th Air Brigade.  9/18/1981: Crashed near Tunuyan, Mendoza.
					This plane is also listed as being on display
					at USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA.  Removed from carrier Jul 19, 2005
					and returned to North Island restoration hangar.
				148518 (MSN 12711) (VMA-311) 1961: H&MS-15.  1961: H&MS-12.  1961-62: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224.  1963-64: VMA-242.
					1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-1.  1965-66: VMA-311.
					Crashed Mar 9, 1966 into mountainside in A Shau Valley, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam 
					while flying close support.  Pilot Killed.  He was awarded the Silver Star.
				148519 (MSN 12712) 1961: H&MS-15.  1961: H&MS-12.   1961-62: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224.
					1963-64: VMA-242.  1965-67: VA-153 as NL-312.  1967: VA-112 as NH-415.
					(VA-112 attached to USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63)) shot down Mar 27, 1967 by ground fire off coast of NVN in Gulf Of Tonkin.  
					Pilot KIA.
				148520 (MSN 12713) 1961-62: VMA-332.   1962-63: VMA-224.  1963-64: VMA-242.  1964-66: VMA-225 as CE-13.
					1966: VA-76 as NG-504.  1966-67: VA-36 as NG-713.  1968: VA-34.
					Mar 6, 1968: Crashed near Ludlow, CA after a collision with A-4C 149626
				148521 (MSN 12714) 1961-64: VA-43 as AD-303.   1964-65: VA-44.  1965-66: VA-125   1966: VA-146.  1966-68: VMA-332.
					1968-69: VMA-324.  1970: VA-303.  1971: VMA-133 as ME-6 NAS Alameda, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0473 Feb 15, 1976.  To Singapore Oct 29, 1980 for conversion to A-4SU with serial 992
				148522 (MSN 12715) 1961: H&MS-15.  1961-62: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224.  1963-64: VMA-242.  1964-65: VMA-225.
					Feb 8, 1965: Lost control and crashed into the Yellow Sea off South Korea. Pilot was killed.
				148523 (MSN 12716) 1961: VA-46 as AK-xxx.  1962: VA-46 as AK-509.  1963: VA-46 as AK-xxx.  
					Crashed 12 Mar 1963 NAS Cecil Field, FL.    Pilot killed
				148524 (MSN 12717) 1965: NWC.  Crashed at NAF China Lake Jun 11, 1965 when struck by target debris over range.  
					Pilot killed.
				148525 (MSN 12718) 1961: VMA-211.  1961: VA-72 as AG-3xx.  1962: VA-66.  1962: VMA-223.  1962: VA-43.  1963: VMA-211.
					1964: H&MS-15.  1964-65: VMA-223 as WP-82.  1965-66: VA-95.  1966-67: VA-22.  1967: VA-195.  1967-68: VA-81.  1968-69: VA-44.
					1969-70: VA-66   2/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-304 as ND-400 NAS Alameda, CA.
					To MASDC as 3A0330 Apr 13, 1971.  To Singapore Oct 29, 1980 for conversion to TA-4SU with serial 904
				148526 (MSN 12719) 1961: VA-72.  1962-63: VA-43.  1963: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.  1963: VA-36.  1963-64: VMA-224.
					1964-65: VA-44.  1965: VA-76.  1965-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-34.  1967-69: VA-172  1969-70: VA-66 as AA-305.
					1970: VA-304.  1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.   1973: VT-86.  1973-75: VC-2 as JE-13. NAS Virginia Beach, VA
					To MASDC as 3A0434 Oct 25, 1975.  To Singapore Sep 2, 1980 for conversion to A-4SU with serial 993
				148527 (MSN 12720) 1961: VMA-242.  1961: VMA-224.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962-63: VMA-332.  1963-64: VMA-225.
					1964-65: VMA-533. 1965-66: VMA-225.  1966: VA-125 as NJ-554.  1967-69: VA-125.
					6/25/1969: Crashed into the sea. Pilot was killed.
				148528 (MSN 12721) 1961-64: VA-72 as AG-311.  1965-66: VA-46.  1966-67: VA-144 as NH-301.  1967-68: VA-15.
					1968: VA-66.  1968-69: VA-36 as AK-512.  1969: VA-172 as AJ-302.  1970-71: VA-172 as AJ-303.  1971: VA-304.
					1971-73: VMA-322 as 5Z-61.  1973: VMA-322 as QR-61. 1976: VMA-133 as ME-5 NAS Alameda, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0475 Feb 23, 1976.  To Singapore AF Jan 25, 1980 as A-4SU and in Mar 2007 in use as
					instructional airframe at the Nanyang Technological University at Jurong.
				148529 (MSN 12722) 1961: VA-43.  1961-62: VA-64.  1962: VA-43.  1962: VA-64.  1963: VA-64 as AC-511.
					1963: VA-64 as AE-311.  1964: VA-64.  1965-66: VA-64 as AE-6xx.  1966-67: VA-36  1967-68: VA-15.
					1968: VA-66.  1968-69: VA-36.  1969-70: VA-172.  1970: VMA-322 as 5Z-55.  1971: VA-304.
					1971-73: VMA-322.  1973-75: VMA-134 as MF-12.
					To MASDC as 3A0444 Nov 12, 1975.  To Singapore AF Nov 18, 1980 as TA-4SU with serial 905
				148530 (MSN 12723) 1961: H&MS-15.  1961-62: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224.  1963-64: VMA-242.
					1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-15.  1965: VMA-224.  1965-66: VMA-311.  1966-67: VMA-214 as WE-18.\  1968-70: VMA-214.
					1970: VMA-543.  3/1971: Converted to A-4L.  1974-75: VA-204.8/23/1975: Written off.
				148531 (MSN 12724) 1961: VMA-242.  1961-62: VMA-224.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962-63: VMA-332.
					1963-64: VMA-225 as CE-12.  1964-65: VMA-533.  1965-66: VMA-225 as CE-22.  1966-67: VMA-214 as WE-4.
					1967-69: VMA-214 as WE-1.  1969-70: VMA-214 as WE-23.   1970-71: VMA-543.
					To MASDC as 3A0331 Apr 13, 1971.  To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Dec 6, 1974.  
					To Argentine AF Dec 1974 as A-4Q C-31  4th Air Brigade.  Jul 9, 1980: Crashed near Moron, Buenos Aires Province
				148532 (MSN 12725) 1961: VA-44.  1961: VA-46 as AK-512.   1962-64: VA-46.  1965-66: VA-46 as AK-512.
					1966-67: VA-172 as AB-307.  1967: VA-144 as NH-312. 1967-68: VA-83.  1969-70: VA-83 as AB-307.  1970-71: VMA-134.
					Jul 1, 1971: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.  Apr 1996: Assigned as a ground trainer to NAS Memphis, TN.
				148533 (MSN 12726) 1961-63: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.  1963-64: VMA-224 as WK-2.
					1964-65: VMA-533.  1965-66: VMA-225.  1966: VA-106.  1966: VA-64.  1966-67: VMA-214.
					1967-68: VA-64.  1969: VA-64 as AG-612.  1969: VMA-124.  1969-70: NARTU Memphis, TN.
					1970-71: VMA-124 NAS Memphis, TN
					To MASDC as 3A0342 Jul 12, 1971.  To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Nov 26, 1974.  
					11/1974: Sold to the Argentine AF as A-4P C-319.  1982: Grupo 4.
					5/25/1982: Shot down by ground fire near the Falklands Islands
				148534 (MSN 12727) 1961-64: VA-43.  1964-65: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-22.  1967: VA-94.  1967-68: VA-195.
					1969-70: VA-23.  1970-73: VMA-134.   1974: VMA-134 as MF-13.  1975: VMA-134.
					To MASDC as 3A0443 Nov 6, 1975.  To Republic of Singapore AF under FMS Jan 31, 1980
				148535 (MSN 12728) 1961-63: VMA-211 as CF-14.  1963-64: VMA-223 as WP-14.  1964-65: VMA-121 as VK-14.  1965-66: VMA-214.
					(VMA-214) ran off runway while landing at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam May 12, 1966.  Pilot survived, aircraft DBR.
				148536 (MSN 12729) 1961: VA-44.  1961: VA-46.  1962: VA-46 as AK-508.  1963-64: VA-46.  1965-66: VA-46 as AK-510.
					1966-67: VA-172 as AB-305.  1967: VA-94.  1968-69: VA-216.  1969: VA-44.  1969: VA-12.  1970-71: VA-12 as AJ-400.
					1971: VA-303  to MASDC from VA-12 as 3A0324 Apr 6, 1971.  To Barry Goldwater Range, Gila Bend, AZ 
					as range target Aug 22, 1983.
					Also listed as to Sinapore AF for conversion as A-4S ser no 620.  Noted June 2002
					with Celtrad Metal Industries.  Cockpit section noted Mar 2004 at
					Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, AL  
				148537 (MSN 12730) 1961-62: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224 as WK-16.  1963-64: VMA-242.  1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-16.
					1965: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-311.  1966: VMA-214.  1967-68: VA-195.  1968-69: VA-112.  1969: VA-125.
					5/29/1969: Crashed near NAS Fallon, NV after a collision with A-4E 149967.
				148538 (MSN 12731) 1961-62: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224.  1963-64: VMA-242.  1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-17.
					1965: VMA-224.  1965-66: VMA-311.  1966: VMA-214.  1966: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-223.
					1966-67: VMA-121.  1967: VMA-311.  1967: VMA-211.  1968: VMA-223.  1968-69: VMA-121.  1969-70: VMAT-102.
					1/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-203.  1971-76: VMA-142.   1976: VC-13.  1976-78: VA-204.
					Jan 4, 1978: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.   Seen on NATTC parking ramp at NAS
					Pensacola, FL Dec 27, 2004.  Noted Mar 2006 at National Museum
					of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  To City of Hickory, NC in 2005, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				148539 (MSN 12732) 1961: H&MS-12.  1961: VMA-332.   Dec 4, 1961: Crashed during Field Carrier 
					Landing Practice at MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
				148540 (MSN 12733) 1961: VMA-211.  W/o Dec 13, 1961 when crashed on the Arizona/Nevada border 
				148541 (MSN 12734) 1962-63: VA-153 as NL-312.  1963: VA-192 as NM-200.  1964: VA-192.  1965-66: VA-192 as NM-210.
					1967-68: VA-66.  1968-69: VA-64.  1969-70: VA-36.  1970-74: VMA-133 as ME-16 NAS Alameda, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0278 Mar 25, 1974.  To Singapore AF under FMS Dec 16, 1980.
				148542 (MSN 12735) 1962: VA-195 as NM-xxx.  Crashed into sea 22 Sep 1962 south of Okinawa after collision 
					with F3H-2 143410 and A4D-2 145142.  Pilot was killed.
				148543 (MSN 12736) 1961-62: VA-44.  1962-65: VA-36 as AC-611.  1965-66: VA-15.  1966: VA-106 as AC-405.   1966: VA-66.
					1967-68: VA-66 as AE-311.  1968-69: VA-15 as AA-401.  1969-70: VA-66.  1970-71: VMA-322.  1971: NATC.
					1971-73: VMA-322.  Assigned as a ground trainer to NAS Memphis, TN  Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  
					Seen on NATTC parking ramp at NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 27, 2004.  On display
					in 2006 at Virginia Aviation Museum, Richmond, VA, painted as 148442  	
					Now located at Yankee Air Museum in Belleville, Michigan. It is still displayed as 148442.
				148544 (MSN 12737) 1961-64: VA-64.  1965-66: VA-64 as AE-612.  1966: VA-36.  1966-67: VA-15 as AK-208.
					(VA-15 attached to USS Intrepid (CVS-11)) shot down Jul 4, 1967 by ground fire over Haiphong, North Vietnam.  
					Pilot MIA.
				148545 (MSN 12738) 1961-62: VA-172 as AB-300.  1962-65: VA-36 as AC-612.  1965-66: VA-15 as AK-3xx.
					1966: VA-106 as AC-4xx.  1966: VA-15 as AK-203.  1967-68: VA-12 as AB-4xx.  1968-69: VA-83 as AB-3xx.  
					1969: VA-106 as AG-3xx.  1969-70: VMA-133.  1970-71: VMA-134 as 5L-15 MARTD Los Alamitos, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0315 Mar 9, 1971.  To Holloman AFB, NM as range target Jun 27, 1983
				148546 (MSN 12739) 1961-62: VA-172 as AB-301.  1962-63: VA-36.  1964: VA-72.  1964-66: VA-106 as AK-309.  1966-67: VA-44.  
					1967-69: VA-83.
					Crashed Oct 19, 1969 in Turkey, flown off USS John F. Kennedy CVA-67.  Pilot killed.
				148547 (MSN 12740) 1961: VMA-211.   1963-64: VMA-223.  1964: VMA-121.  1965-67: VMA-214 as WE-20.
					1968-69: VA-216 as NL-601. (VA-216 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) hit by remnants of exploding aircraft next
					to him (149529) over Laos Feb 14, 1969.  Pilot flew to the coast and ejected 20 mi off Hue.
					Rescued by USAF helicopter.
				148548 (MSN 12741) 1961: VMA-211.  1963-64: VMA-223.  1964-65: VMA-121.  1965-67: VMA-214 as WE-10.
					1967: VA-76.  1968-69: VA-76 as AG-317.  1969-70: VC-7 as UH-24.  1971-73: VC-7 as UH-01.  1974-75: VC-7 as UH-13.  
					VMA-133 as ME-3 NAS Alameda, CA   To MASDC as 3A0454 Dec 6, 1975.  To Singapore AF under FMS Oct 2, 1980
				148549 (MSN 12742) 1961: VMA-211.  1963-64: VMA-223.  1964-65: VMA-121.   1965: VMA-214.  1966-67: VMA-214 as WE-0.  1967: VMA-311.
					1967: VMA-121.  1967: VMA-211.  1967-68: VMA-223.
					(VMA-223) shot down by ground fire over SVN May 24, 1968.  Pilot ejected and rescued by USAF helicopter.
				148550 (MSN 12743) 1961: VMA-224.  1961-63: VMA-223.  1963: H&MS-15.  1963: VMA-224.  1963-64: VMA-242.  1964-65: VMA-225.
					1965: VMA-224.  1965: VMA-225 as CE-24.   1965: VMA-311.  1970: VA-303 as ND-313 NAS Alameda, CA.
					To MASDC as 3A0327 Apr 7, 1971.  To NAS Fallon, NV as range target Nov 20, 1984.  
					Also listed as being destroyed in VC sapper attack at Chu Lai AB, SVN Oct 27, 1965.  
				148551 (MSN 12744) 1961-62: VA-172   1962-63: VA-36 as AC-xxx.  1963: VA-64.
					7/24/1963: Crashed into the sea on a flight off USS Saratoga.Location ?
				148552 (MSN 12745) 1960: VA-12 as AB-415.  1961-63: VA-64.  1963-64: VA-72 as AG-304.
					1964-65: VA-43.  1965-68: VA-44.  1968: VA-112 as AJ-411.  1968-70: VA-12 as AJ-415.
					1970: NARTU Glenview, IL. 1970-71: VMA-543.MARTD Glenview, IL
					To MASDC as 3A0334 May 11, 1971.  To Singapore AF under FMS Nov 18, 1980
				148553 (MSN 12746) 1961: VMA-211.  1963-64: VMA-223. 1964-65: VMA-121.  1965-67: VMA-214.
					1967-69: VA-76.  1969: VSF-1 as AG-513.  1969-71: VC-7.  1972: VC-7 as UH-07.  1973-74: VC-7
					11/19/1974: Crashed into the sea off San Diego, CA after a collision with F-4 155895. Pilot was killed.
					Also listed as going to Argentina as A-4Q C-319
				148554 (MSN 12747) 1961-62: VA-172 as AB-303.  1962-63: VA-36 as AC-xxx.
					8/15/1963: Written off onboard USS Saratoga CVA-60 in the Mediterranea by crashing F-3B 143426
				148555 (MSN 12748) 1961-62: VA-172.  1962-63: VA-44.  1963: VA-46.  1966: VA-153 as NL-303.  1967: VA-195.  
					1967-68: VA-81.  1968-70: VA-44.   1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1970: VA-303.   7/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1971: VA-209 as AF-617.  1971-74: MARTD Glenview, IL.  1974-75: VC-1.  1975: VC-7 as UH-27.
					1975: VC-7 as UH-316.  To MASDC as 3A0459 Dec 13, 1975.  To Malaysia Feb 14, 1983 for 
					conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM with serial M32-23
				148556 (MSN 12749) 1961-62: VA-172.  1962-63: VA-43.  1963-64: VMA-225.  1964-65: VA-43.  1965-66: VA-172.   
					1966: VA-46 as AC-5xx.  1966-67: VA-36.  1967: VA-35 as AE-505.  1967-69: VA-64.  1969-70: VA-36.
					1970: VMA-131 as 5R-12   To MASDC as 3A0276 Sep 19, 1970.  
					To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Nov 26, 1974.
					To Argentine AF Nov 1974 as A-4Q C-318.  Grupo 4.  1983: Grupo 5.
					Dec 2, 1987: Crashed near Villa Reynolds AB, San Luis. 
				148557 (MSN 12750) 1961-63: VMA-223.  1964: H&MS-15.  1964: VMA-223.  1965: VA-216 as NP-xxx.
					(VA-216 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) shot down over North Vietnam Apr 3, 1965.  Pilot ejected 
					and became POW.
				148558 (MSN 12751) 1961-62: VA-172    1962-63: VA-43.  1963-64: VA-34.  1964-65: VA-44.  1965: VA-22.
					1965: VMA-224.  1965-66: VMA-311.   1966: VMA-214.  1966-67: VA-144 as NH-311.  1967: VSF-1.
					1967: VA-195.  1967: VSF-1.  1969-71: VC-7. 1971: VMA-131.  1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.  1973-74: VT-86 as 4B-02.
					To MASDC as 3A0385 May 9, 1974.  To Republic of Singapre AF under FMS Jan 7, 1980
				148559 (MSN 12752) 1961-63: VMA-223.   1963: VMA-211.  1964: VMA-214 as WE-16. 1965-70: VMA-214.
					1970-71: VC-1.  1971: VA-305.  To MASDC as 3A0360 Mar 8, 1972. To Lockheed Air Services, 
					Ontario, CA Oct 10, 1974.  To Argentine AF Oct 1974 as A-4Q C-324.  4th Air Brigade.
					1983: Grupo 5.  Dec 10, 1997: Crashed near Villa Reynolds AB, San Luis
				148560 (MSN 12753) 1961-62: VMA-121 as VK-13.    W/o 12 Jul 1962 in landing accident at MCAS El Toro, CA
				148561 (MSN 12754) 1961-62: VMA-121.   Caught fire and crshed 1 Nov 1962 near MCAS Yuma, AZ
				148562 (MSN 12755) 1961-62: VA-64   1962-64: VA-72.  1964-65: VA-76.  1965-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-36 as AE-507.
					1967-68: VA-66.  1968-69: VA-64 as AG-603.  1969-70: VA-36.  1970: MARTD Alameda, CA.
					To MASDC as 3A0379 Mar 26, 1974.  To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Oct 17, 1974
					To Argentine AF Oct 21974 as A-4Q C-305. 1982: Grupo 4.
					5/24/1982: Shot down over King George Bay, Falklands Islands. Pilot was killed. 
				148563 (MSN 12756) 1961-62: VMA-223 as WP-20.  Nov 5, 1962: Written off.
				148564 (MSN 12757)  1961: VA-22 as NE-207.  1962-64: VA-22.  1965: VA-22 as NE-207.
					(VA-22 attached to USS Midway (CVA-41)) hit by ground fire over North Vietnam Aug 13, 1965.  
					Pilot flew to 5 mi off the coast and ejected and was rescued.
				148565 (MSN 12758) 1961-62: VA-22.  1962-63: VX-5 as XE-8.  1964-68: VX-5.  1968: VA-125.
					Sep 10, 1968: Crashed near Mariposa, CA
				148566 (MSN 12759) 1961-63: VA-22 as NE-310.  1963-65: VA-22 as NE-230.
					1965-67: VA-144 as NH-302.  1967: VA-34 as AK-314.
					(VA-34 attached to USS Intrepid (CVS-11)) started leaking fuel over North Vietnam Nov 7, 1967 and
					was heading out to sea when the aircraft caught fire.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				148567 (MSN 12760) 1961-63: VA-22.  1964-65: VA-22 as NE-229.  1965-66: VA-112 as AJ-5xx.
					1966: VA-22 as NH-xxx.  Aug 12, 1966: Flamed out and crashed near Melrose, NM
				148568 (MSN 12761) 1961-62: VA-172.  1962: VA-43.  1962-63: VA-72 as AG-xxx.
					8/23/1963: Crashed after a rampstrike on USS Independence CVA-62  Location ?
				148569 (MSN 12762) 1961-63: VA-22.  1964-68: VA-125.  1968: VA-873.  1968-69: VMA-214.  1969-70: VMAT-102.
					1970-73: VMA-322 as QR-52.   1974: VMA-131.  10/16/1974: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.
					Assigned as a ground trainer to NAS Memphis, TN.  Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  
					Seen at NATTC parking ramp at NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 27, 2004.  
					Seen at North Louisiana Military Museum,  Ruston, LA, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				148570 (MSN 12763) 1961-62: VA-22 as NE-3xx.  1962-63: NAS Atsugi, Japan.  1963-64: VA-55 as NF-5xx.
					1964-65: VA-192 as NM-200.  1965-66: VA-192 as NM-206.  1966: VA-56 as NG-4xx. 8/18/1966: Written off.
				148571 (MSN 12764) 1961-63: VA-172.  1963: VA-44.  1963-65: VA-36 as AC-605.  1965-66: VA-106.
					1966-68: VA-66.  1968-69: VA-15.  1969-70: VA-66.   1970-71: VMA-322 as 5Z-57.  1972-73: VMA-322 as QR-57.
					11/1974: Sold to Flight Systems, Inc of Mojave, CA. and given civilian registration N401FS Nov 25, 1974. 
					To MASDC as 3A0530 Oct 23, 1981.   To Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ Feb 10, 1982 on
					loan from National Naval Aviation Musejum.  Regisration N401FS cancelled Jul 8, 1983.
				148572 (MSN 12765)  1961-63: VA-172.  1963-65: VA-44.  1965: VS-26.  1966-67: VA-44.   1967: VA-172.
					1967: VA-44.  1967-70: VA-83 as AB-31x.  1970-73: VMA-134.  10/25/1973: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.
					Assigned as a ground trainer to NAS Memphis, TN as 084.  Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  
					Put on display at Cumberland Co. High School, Crossville, TN, on
					loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				148573 (MSN 12766) 1961-62: VA-172.  1962-63: VA-44.  1963-66: VA-106.  1966: VA-44. 1967-70: VA-83.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.
					1970: VA-305 as ND-502 NAS Alameda, CA  To MASDC as 3A0332 Apr 13, 1971.  To DMI, Tucson, AZ Aut 25, 1983.  
					Sold to Malaysia under FMS but never delivered.  To civil registry as N205AT.  
					Noted Oct 2004 at Marana North West RAP, Avra Valley, AZ. N205AT cancelled Mar 19, 2010
				148574 (MSN 12767) 1961-62: VA-172.  1962-63: VA-44.  1963: VA-106.  1963: VA-44.  1963-64: VA-36 as AC-xxx.
					Feb 9, 1964: Written off.   Location ?
				148575 (MSN 12768) 1961: VA-46.  1962: VA-46 as AK-500.  1963-67: VA-46.  1967: VMA-332.
					1967: VMA-324 as DX-11.  VA-304 as ND-400.  1968-70: VMA-324.  1970-72: VMA-134.
					To MASDC from VA-304 NAS Alameda, CA as ND-400 as 3A0440 Oct 31, 1975.  
					To Malaysia under FMS Apr 4, 1983.
				148576 (MSN 12769) 1961-62: VA-22 as NE-3xx   1963-64: VA-22 as NE-228.  1965-66: VA-216 as NP-681.
					1966-68: VMA-332.  1968: VA-216 as NP-681.  1968-69: VMA-324.  1969-70: VA-44.
					1970-71: VMA-142.  1971: MARTD Glenview, IL as 5V-13.  1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.
					1973: VT-86.  1973-75: VC-2 as JE-10.
					To MASDC as 3A0432 Oct 24, 1975.  To Malaysian AF under FMS Aug 11, 1983
				148577 (MSN 12770) 1962: VA-55.  1963: VA-112 as NH-215.  1964-65: VA-112.  1965: VA-22 as NE-xxx.
					(VA-22 attached to USS Midway (CVA-41)) hit by ground fire near Ban Nakay Neua/Sam Neua Jun 3, 1965  
					Pilot ejected and 2 days later was rescued by an Air America helicopter.
				148578 (MSN 12771) 1961-62: VA-22 as NE-305.  1963-64: VA-22 as NE-205.  1965-66: VA-22 as NE-225.
					1966: VA-112.  1966-67: VA-144 as NH-304.  1967: VA-113 as NG-3xx.  1967-69: VA-76 as AG-302. 1969: VC-7.
					12/1969: Converted to A-4L.  1970: NARTU Jacksonville, FL as 6F-9  1970-72: VA-203 as AF-313.
					With VA-203 (Blue Dolphins) crashed into Orgeta River, near NAS Jacksonville,
					FL due to engine failure May 20, 1972, pilot ejected safely.
				148579 (MSN 12772) 1961-62: VA-64.  1962-63: VA-72 as AG-305.
					With VA-72 "Blue Hawks" on USS Independence (CV-62).  Crashed near Vannes, France Aug 19, 1963.
					Pilot ejected safely
				148580 (MSN 12773) 1961-62: VA-44.  1962: VA-12 as AB-4xx  W/o Jun 22, 1962  Location ?
				148581 (MSN 12774) 1961-62: VA-44.  1962-65: VA-12 as AB-411.  1965: VA-44.  965-66: NAS Lemoore, CA.
					1966-68: VA-125.  1968-70: VA-95 as AB-5xx.  2/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-71: NARTU Glenview, IL.
					1971-72: NATC.  1972-75: VMA-124.  1975-76: VC-12.
					To MASDC as 3A0492 Jun 4, 1976. Sold to Malaysian AF Sep 1983 but never delivered. 
					To civil registry as N207AT May 1, 2006 
				148582 (MSN 12775) 1961-63: VA-22 as NE-2xx.  W/o Jul 8, 1963   Location ?
				148583 (MSN 12776) 1961-62: VA-22.  1962-64: VA-113 as NH-308.  1965-66: VA-113 as NH-305.
					(VA-113) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin  after bad launch from USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) Apr 17, 1966.  Pilot ejected 
					and was rescued.
				148584 (MSN 12777) 1961-62: VA-22 as NE-3xx. 1962-65: VA-195 as NM-500.
					(VA-195 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard CVA-31)) shot down by ground fire 75 mi NW of Vinh, Nghe An 
					Province, North Vietnam Oct 19, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				148585 (MSN 12778) 1962-64: VX-5.  1964-65: VA-22.  1965: VX-5 as XE-12.  1966: VMA-311.  1966-67: VMA-214.
					(VMA-214) hit by ground fire over South Vietnam Mar 17, 1967 and crashed into sea 5 mi off Tam Ky, about
					15 mi from Chu Lai.  Pilot KIA.
				148586 (MSN 12779) 1961-63: VA-83.  1963-65: VA-44.  1965: VA-172.  1966-67: VA-172 as AB-311.  1967: VA-113 as NG-314.
					1967-68: VA-112.  1968: VSF-1.  1969: VC-7.  12/1969: Converted to A-4L. 1970: VA-203.
					1970-75: VMA-142.  1975-78: VA-204.  Jan 4, 1978: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.
					In use with USN Fire School at Memphis NAS, Tennessee in Apr 1993.
					Was preserved at NAS Memphis, TN.   Was preserved in San Diego, CA.
					Currently preserved at Lindbergh Field, CA
				148587 (MSN 12780) 1961-62: VA-22 as NE-3xx.  1962-64: VA-195 as NM-5xx.  1964-65: VA-113 as NH-3xx.
					1965: VA-22 as NE-22x.  1966: VA-144 as NF-5xx.  1966-67: VA-195 as NM-507.
					1967-69: VA-64 as AG-607.  1969-70: VA-36 as AA-505.  1970-72: VA-305.
					To MASDC as 3A0361 Mar 8, 1972.  to Consolidated, Tucson, AA Apr 17, 1980
				148588 (MSN 12781) 1961-62: VA-22 as NE-3xx.  1962-64: VA-195 as NM-512.  1965-67: VA-195 as NM-501.
					1967: VA-34 as AK-312.  1968-69: VA-112 as AH-4xx.   1969-70: VMAT-102.
					3/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-75: VA-205 as AF-511.  1975: VA-205 as AF-500.
					To MASDC as 3A0417 Sep 12, 1975.  To Malaysia for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM.
				148589 (MSN 12782) 1961-63: VA-83 as AJ-304.  1963: VA-44.  1963-65: VA-36 as AC-6xx.
					1965-66: VA-112 as AA-5xx.   1966-67: VA-112 as NH-4xx.  1967-69: VA-44.
					1969-70: NARTU New York, NY.  1970-71: VSF-86 as NW-6xx.
					To MASDC as 3A0309 Feb 8, 1971.  To Indian Springs AFAF, NV as range target Jun 22, 1983
				148590 (MSN 12783) 1961-62: H&MS-15.  1962-63: VMA-211 as CF-4.  1963-64: VMA-223 as WP-4.
					1964-65: VMA-121 as VK-4.  1965-66: VMA-214 as WE-4.  1966-67: VA-76 as NP-686.  1967: VA-76 as AG-3xx.
					1967-68: VA-36 as AK-5xx.  1968-69: VA-66 as AK-3xx.  1969-71: VA-12 as AJ-404.
					1971: VA-303 as ND-307 NAS Alameda, CA..  To MASDC as 3A0319 Mar 18, 1971.  
					To NAS Fallon, NV as range target Oct 3, 1984.
				148591 (MSN 12784) 1961-63: VA-83 as AJ-303.   1963-64: VA-44 as AD-421.  1964-66: VA-106 as AK-3xx.
					1966-67: VA-44.  1967: VA-15 as AK-2xx.  1967-68: VA-12 as AB-408.  1968-69: VA-12 as AJ-4xx.
					1969: NAS Atlanta, GA.  1969-70: NARTU Glenview, IL.  1970: NARTU New York, NY.  1970: VSF-76 as AW-6xx.
					To MASDC from VA-12 as 3A0287 Nov 2, 1970.  Went to Singapore AF Oct 2, 1980 as A-4SU serial 955
					2003: 142/145 Squadron.
				148592 (MSN 12785) 1961-62: VA-64.  1962-64: VA-43.  1964-65: VA-44.  1965-66: VA-153 as NL-311.
					(VA-153 attached to USS Franklin D. Roosevelt CVA-42) crashed during bombing run near Nam Dinh, North Vietnam 
					Oct 20, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				148593 (MSN 12786) 1962: VA-55.  1962-63: VA-153.  1963-65: VA-113 as NH-3xx.  1965-66: VA-113 as NH-306
					1966-67: VA-113 as NG-306.  1967-69: VA-64.  1969-70: VA-36.  1970: VSF-76.
					To MASDC as 3A0363 Mar 22, 1972.  FMS to Malaysia Jul 15, 1983
				148594 (MSN 12787) 1961-62: VA-64.  1962: VA-43.  1963-64: VA-34.  1964-65: VA-44.  1965: VA-12.  1965-66: VA-34.
					1966: VA-15.  1966-68: VA-66.  1968: VA-15.  3/20/1968: Written off.
				148595 (MSN 12788) 1961-63: VMA-211 as CF-00.  1963-64: VMA-223 as WP-00.  1964-65: VMA-121 as VK-25.
					1965: VMA-214.  1965: VMA-311.
					(VMA-311) destroyed in VC sapper attack at Chu Lai AB, SVN Oct 27, 1965.
				148596 (MSN 12789) 1962: VA-55.  1963-65: VA-195.  1965: VA-22 as NE-xxx
					(VA-22) crashed while landing on USS Midway (CVA-41) in Gulf of Tonkin Oct 28, 1965.  Pilot killed
				148597 (MSN 12790) 1961: VMA-211.  1962: VMA-332.  1962-63: VMA-224.
					1963-64: VMA-242.  1964-65: VMA-225 as CE-20 (or CE-21?).  1965: VMA-224.				
					1965-70: VMA-214.  1970-71: MARTD Glenview, IL.
					To MASDC from VC-2 NAS Virginia Beach, VA coded as JE-07 as 3A0340 Jun 7, 1971.  
					To N214AT Jun 1, 2021 with CMG Warbirds  of Miami, FL
				148598 (MSN 12791) 1961-63: VA-83 as AJ-302.  1963: VA-43.  1963-64: VA-64.  1965-67: VA-64 as AE-609.
					1967: VA-34 as AA-306.  1968-69: VA-34.  1969: VA-64 as AG-606.  1969-71: NARTU Memphis, TN.
					1971: VMA-134.  1971-73: VC-2.  1973-75: VC-7 as UH-01.
					To MASDC as 3A0399 Jul 18, 1975.  To Singapore AF under FMS Oct 2, 1980.
				148599 (MSN 12792) 1962-64: VA-192 as NM-2xx.  1965: VA-153 as NL-3xx.  1966: VA-146 as NK-610.
					1966-67: VA-76 as NP-694.  1967: VA-76 as AG-3xx.  1967-68: VA-36 as AK-5xx.
					1968: VA-66 as AK-301.(VA-66 attached to USS Intrepid (CVS-11)) shot down by AAA over Dong Dun, Ha Tiny Province, 
					North Vietnam Aug 1, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
				148600 (MSN 12793) 1960-61: VA-83 as AJ-301.  1962-63: VA-83.  1963-65: VA-44.
					1964-66: VA-106.  1966: VA-64. 1967: VA-22.  1967-68: VA-81.  1968-69: VA-44.  1969: VA-64 as AG-616.
					1969: VA-44.  12/1969: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-203.  1974: VA-204.  Jan 4, 1978: Struck off charge.
					Displayed at Aerospace and Science Museum, Denver, Colorado but
					moved to Front Range, Denver Oct 2000.
				148601 (MSN 12794) 1961-63: VMA-211.  1963-64: VMA-223 as WP-8.  1964-65: VMA-121 as VK-8.
					1965-66: VMA-214.  1966: VMA-311.  1966: VMA-214.  1966-67: VA-112 as NH-412.
					1967: VA-113 as NG-3xx.  1967-68: VA-36 as AK-5xx.  1968-69: VA-66 as AK-3xx.  1969-70: VA-12 as AJ-405.
					1970-71: VA-45.  1971: NARF Jacksonville, FL.  12/14/1971: Damaged beyond repair in an accident?
					4/26/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Jacksonville, FL
				148602 (MSN 12795) 1961-64: VA-192.  1965-66: VA-192 as NM-203.  1966-67: VA-144.
					1967: VSF-1.  1968-69: VA-216 as NL-615.  1969: VA-44.  1969-70: VA-36.  1970: VMA-131.
					10/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1971-75: VMA-124.  1976: VMA-124 as QP-104 NAS Memphis, TN
					To MASDC as 3A0476 Feb 24, 1976.  To N215AT.  At Marana Northwest RAP, AZ
					Mar 2007.  Back end of 148602 combined with front end of 158518 N518TA.
				148603 (MSN 12796) 1962-65: VA-192.  1965-67: VA-195.  1967-68: VA-76.   1968-69: VA-216 as NL-604.
					1969: VA-44.  1969-70: VA-172.  1970-72: VC-4.  1972-73: VC-2.   1973-75: VC-7.  1975-76: VC-8.
					To MASDC as 3A0497 Jul 2, 1976.  To Singapore Dec 16, 1980 for conversion to A-4SU with serial 994
				148604 (MSN 12797) 1961-63: VMA-241.   W/o Jan 16, 1963  Location ?
				148605 (MSN 12798) 1962-66: VA-192 as NM-202.  1966-67: VA-56 as NG-402.  1967-69: VA-66 as AK-3xx.
					1969: VA-64 as AG-6xx.  1969-70: VA-36 as AA-5xx.  1970-71: VMA-131.
					1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA as 4B-01.  1973-74: VT-86 as 4B-01.
					To MASDC as 3A0388 May 24, 1974.  To Singapore AF Jan 7, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 917.
				148606 (MSN 12799) 1961-63: VA-64.   1963-64: VA-72 as AG-307.  1964-65: VA-44.  1965: VA-12.
					1965-67: VA-172.  1967: VA-76.  1967: VA-56.  1967-68: VA-195.  1968: VA-216.  1968-69: VA-112. 
					1969: VA-125.  1969-70: VMAT-102.  1970-71: VMA-124.  1971-75: VMA-131.as QG-044
					To MASDC as 3A0400 Jul 30, 1975.  To NPRO, Long Beach, CA Jul 2, 1976.  
					5/17/1979: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA.  Was stored at McDonnell Corp, MO.
					Salvaged at NAS North Island, CA.
				148607 (MSN 12800) 1962-65: VA-195 as NM-505.  1965-67: VA-195 as NM-512.
					(VA-195 attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) suffered engine failure and crashed into Gulf of 
					Tonkin Feb 27, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				148608 (MSN 12801) 1961-62: VMA-242.  1962: H&MS-14.  1962-63: VMA-242.  1963-64: VMA-332 as EA-10.
					1964-65: VMA-224.  1965-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-172 as AB-310  1967: VA-144.  1968: VA-216 as NL-5xx.
					(VA-216 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin during catapult launch 
					Nov 21, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				148609 (MSN 12802) 1961-62: VA-64 as AF-6xx.  1962-63: VA-72 as AG-310.
					1963-64: VA-64 as AE-5xx.  1964-67: VA-76 as NP-685., (VA-76) shot down North Vietnamese MiG-17 
					May 1, 1967 with an unguided Zuni rocket.   1968: VA-76 as NP-685.
					1968-69: VA-216 as NL-611.  1969-70: VC-5 as UE-28.  1970: VA-12 as AJ-414.
					1970-72: VA-45 as AU-664   1972: VC-2 as JE-00
					Pilot flew his damaged A-4 Skyhawk 148609 to NAS Cecil Field after a mid-air collision 
					Jun 23, 1972 with A-7 158007 off St. Augustine, FL,  but was unable to land because 
					of control problems and ejected. The pilot of the A-7 aircraft was killed.  
					The plane marked with this number flying at Oshkosh is really 142112.
				148610 (MSN 12803) 1962-64: VA-195.  1965-66: VA-195 as NM-507.  1966-67: VA-76 as NG-501.
					1967-68: VA-15.  1968: VA-66.  1968-69: VA-36 as AK-510.  1969: VA-172.  1970: VA-172 as AJ-306.  1971: VA-304.
					? as ME-13.  1974: NATC.  10/19/1974: Damaged beyond repair in an accident
					Mounted on pedestal in front of Encinal High School, Alameda, CA on loan from National Naval Aviation Musem.
				148611 (MSN 12804) 1961-63: VMA-242.  1963-64: VMA-332.  1964-65: VMA-224.  1965-66: VA-44.
					1966-67: VA-172 as AB-301.  1967: VA-56 as NG-4xx.  1968-69: VA-112 as AH-411.
					1969-70: VMAT-102.  1970: VMA-124.  3/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-76: VA-204 as AF-400.NAS New Orleans, LA
					To MASDC as 3A0501 Jul 12, 1976.  To Malaysia Jan 26, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM
					with serial M32-19.
				148612 (MSN 12805) 1962-63: VA-55.  1963-65: VA-113.  1965: VA-144.  1967: VA-125.  1969: VA-106 as AG-315.
					1969: VMA-133 NAS Alameda, CA..  1970: VA-303.
					To MASDC as 3A0380 Apr 3, 1974. To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Oct 31, 1974.
					To Argentine AF Oct 1974 as A-4Q C-308
					4th Air Brigade.   9/29/1976: Crashed near Las Hornillas, San Juan. Pilot was killed
148613/148614		Douglas YA4D-5 Skyhawk 
				MSN 12806/12807.  Redesignated A-4E in 1962.
				148613 (MSN 12806) Converted to NA-4E.  1972: NWC.  1972: NATF.  1975-78: NWC.
					May 10, 1978: Struck off charge at NAS China Lake, CA.  Was preserved at Lowry AFB, CO
					On display at USS Oriskany Memorial, New York Jul 2007
				148614 (MSN 12807) Converted to NA-4E.  1970-74: NATC.
					10/23/1974: Crashed into Chesapeake Bay off Deal Island, MD. Pilot was killed.
148615/148618		Grumman YA2F-1 Intruder 
				Model G-128Q.  Redesignated A-6A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				148615 converted to non-flying EA-6B electronic test aircraft.  10/1974: Withdrawn from use.
					Assigned as a ground trainer to Calverton
				148616 (MSN I-1) was first EA-6A prototype, first flight Apr 26, 1962.   To Patuxent River NAS, MD
					for tests in Apr 1965.  VMCJ-2 as CY-26.  1971: VMCJ-2 as AA-610.  1974: VMCJ-2 as CY-01.  1976: VMAQ-2 as AC-601.
					To MASDC as 5A0004 Jul 31, 1976. To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Aep 17, 2008.  Scrapped
				148617 (MSN I-2) converted to NA-6A in 1961.  9/2/1977: Withdrawn from use at NAS Norfolk, VA.  1980: Sold for scrap.
				148618 (MSN I-3) converted as A2F-1Q electronic prototype in 1962. Delivered Dec 1961.  Regesignaed EA-6A.  First flight Ap 26, 1963.
					To MASDC as 5A0028 Mar 20, 1980. 1964-66: NATC as NATC-1E.  1973: VMCJ-3 as CY-15  1974: VMAQ-2 as CY-614.
					1976-77: VMAQ-2 as CY-621.  1978: VMAQ-2 as CY-02. MCAS Cherry Point, NC. To MASDC as 5A028 Mar 20, 1980.  To NARF Alameda, CA May 21, 1981.  
					Returned to service  1983: VMAQ-4 as RM-01.   VAQ-209 as AF-604.  1991-93: VAQ-33 as GD-116.
					In 1994 was on a pedestal at NAS Key West, FL on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
148619/148626		Grumman A2F-1 Intruder 
				Contract cancelled.
148627/148710		Vought F8U-2N Crusader 
				Redesignated F-8D in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				148627 1963: VMF(AW)-323 as WS-21.  1964: VMF(AW)-212.   VMF(AW)-212 USS Hancock CV-19  Tail hook broke. 
					Ran off carrier 26th September 1964  in Molokai Straights, HI
				148628 Upgraded to F-8H.  1970: VF-162 as AH-200.  1970: VF-162 as AJ-200.  VF-201 as AF-115 NAS Dallas, TX.  
					To MASDC as 2F347 Feb 10, 1976.  To Philippine AF as 302 Jan 10, 1978
				148629 1964: VF-32 as AC-2xx.  Oct 9, 1964: Crashed near NAS Cecil Field, FL.
				148630 VF-32 as AC-201.   1965-66: VMF-451 as AJ-201.   Upgraded to F-8H.  1969: VF-13 as AJ-xxx.
					1970: VF-162 as AJ-212.  To Philippine AF as 321 May 1978.  Scrapped
				148631 1961-62: VF-32 as AC-202.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1968: VF-111 as AH-107.  With VF-111 crashed due to 
					target fixation and controlled flight into terrain at
					Inky Barley, north of MCAS Yuma, AZ Oct 3, 1968.  Pilot ejected on impact and 
					recovered after major injuries 
				148632 VMF(AW)-323 as WS-20.  1964: VF-26 as NE-450.  VF-26 as AJ-102.	 Upgraded to F-8H.
					Jun 10, 1969: Struck off charge at NAS Norfolk, VA.
				148633 1962-63: VF-111 as NH-1xx.  1965: VF-154 as NL-403.  (VF-154 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) shot down by 
					ground fire over Dong Hoi, North Vietnam Feb 11, 1965.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				148634 VF-154 as NL-403.  Upgraded to F-8H.  5/17/1974: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA
				148635 VMF(AW)-235 as DB-1.  1965: VF-111 as NE-457.  (VF-111) damaged while strafing in support of ground 
					troops over South Vietnam Nov 3, 1965.  Made it back close to the 
					carrier (USS Midway CVA-41)) and pilot ejected and rescued by Navy helicopter.
				148636 1962-63: VF-111 as NH-103  1967: VMF(AW)-212 as WD-15.   Upgraded to F-8H.  1968-69: VF-111 as AH-103
					(VF-111, attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) suffered engine failure off North Vietnam 
					over Gulf of Tonkin Jul 6, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				148637 1965: VF-111 as NE-451.  (VF-111 attached to USS Midway (CVA-41)) shot down by ground fire 
					and crashed in sea 10 mi from shore and 20 mi NE of Vinh in Nghe An Province, North Vietnam May 8, 1965.  
					Pilot KIA. 
				148638 1961: VF-111 as NH-102.  1964: VF-111 as NH-111.  1966: VC-5 as UE-16.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1970: VF-124.
					3/18/1970: Crashed to Imperial, CA due to engine failure.
				148639 Assigned to VF-111 as NH-105, 1961.  Transferred to VF-174 as AD-230, 1966.  Transferred to VMF-333 as DN-14, 1967.
					Upgraded to F-8H.  Transferred to VX-4, 1970.  Lost control and crashed into Pine Canyon near Palmdale, CA, April 1970
				148640 VF-111 as NE-458.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1969: VF-24 as NP-212.  Jul 11, 1969: Crashed while landing on USS Hancock
					 CVA-19
				148641 1964: VF-174 as AD-223.  9/17/1964: Crashed near NAS Cecil Field, FL.
				148642 (VF-154 as NL-407 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) shot down by ground fire Mar 29, 1965 near Bach Long Vi 
					Island 70 mi offshore from Haiphong, North Vietnam.  Pilot ejected safely and was rescued 45 hrs later by 
					USAF HU-16.
				148643 VC-5 as UE-18.  1964: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1970: VF-162 as AH-210. Or as AJ-210?
					(VF-162) suffered engine failure after launch from USS Shangri-La (CVS-38)
					in Gulf of Tonkin Oct 21, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy
					helicopter.
				148644 (VF-154 as NL-400 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) hit by AAA over NVN Mar 26, 1965.  
					Flew 200 more miles before engine seized and pilot ejected 20 mi N of Danang and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				148645 VF-111 as NH-xxx.  4/1963: Struck off charge
				148646 VMF[AW]-451 "Warlords" MCAS at Beaufort S.C., USA   On return flight to MCAS Beaufort. Had stopped to 
					refuel at NAS Cecil Field, FL. Crashed during take off very shortly after a tyre blew out 6th January 1967 
				148647  1964-65: VF-111 as NE-453.  1966: VC-5 as UE-9.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1970: VX-4.
					2/20/1970: Crashed into the sea off NAS Point Mugu, CA. Pilot was killed.
				148648 VF-62 as AJ-xxx   1964-65: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8H.   1968: VF-24 as NP-224.
					(VF-24, attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) ran out of fuel over South China Sea Sep 17, 1968.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				148649 Assigned to VF-154 as NL-412, 1963.   Transferred to VF-124, 1968.  Upgraded to F-8H.  
					To MASDC as 2F360 from VF-202 NAS Dallas, TX Feb 13, 1976.   To Philippine AF as 304 Jan 19, 1978.
					Assigned to 7th TFS (5th TFW), 1981
				148650 1965: VMF-451 as VM-7   Upgraded to F-8H.  1970: VF-162 as AH-207. Or as AJ-207?
					(VF-162, attached to USS Shangri La (CVS-38)) crashed after cold catapult shot Apr 29, 1970.  
					Pilot ejected and was recovered.
				148651 (MSN 871) 1962: VF-154 as NL-401.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1976: VF-201 as AF-115.
					To MASDC from VF-202 as AF-216 NAS Dallas, TX Feh 12, 1976.  Transferred to USAF inventory as 
					PCN FC003 May 2, 1985.  To Tolicha Peak NV as range target Sep 27, 1985.
				148652 1962-63: VF-111 as NH-100  Upgraded to F-8H.  1970: VF-111 as AJ-103.
					VF-202 as AF-204  NAS Dallas, TX.  To MASDC as 2F356 Feb 12, 1976.  To Philippine AF for spares May 17, 1978.
				148653 1961: VF-154 as NL-xxx.  Nov 12, 1961: Crashed at sea off USS Coral Sea CV-43
				148654 1962-65: VF-154 as NL-404.  1967: VF-13 as AJ-1xx
					(VF-13) struck ramp of USS Shangri La CVS-38 during operations off the south coast of Sardinia, continued across the
					angled deck, and crashed off the port bow Mar 18, 1967.  Pilot ejected sarely and was recovered
					with only minor injuries.
				148655 VMF(AW)-451  MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina USA  
					Flamed out on final approach to MCAS Beaufort, SC, pilot successfully kept plane from hitting base housing
				148656 VMF(AW)-212.  1968: VF-24 as NP-2xx.  6/15/1968: Crashed at sea off USS Hancock CVA-19
				148657  Assigned to VMF-451, 1965.  Upgraded to F-8H.  Transferred to VF-661 as AJ-110.
					Transferred to VF-124, 1970.  Damaged beyond repair in an accident, August 5, 1970 
				148658 VMF-451 as VM-6.  1965-66: VMF-451 as AJ-208.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1968: VF-124
					(VF-124) crashed near NAS Mirimar, CA Jul 27(25?), 1968.
				148659 VF-154 as NL-409.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1968-69: VF-211 as NP-114.
					1976: VF-202 as AF-201 NAS Dallas, TX.  To MASDC as 2F351 Feb 11, 1976.  To Philippine AF as 316 May 11, 1978.
					Currently up for sale by the Philippine government
				148660 VF-154 as NL-410.  1964: VMF(AW)-212 as WD-9.  1970: VF-162 as AJ-2xx.
					(VF-162, F-8H attached to USS Shangri La (CVS-38)) experienced fuel system problems during CAP 
					mission over Gulf of Tonkin Aug 12, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was picked up by helicopter
				148661 1967: VMF-451 as VM-7, 1967.  Upgraded to F-8H.  Transferred to VF-51 as NF-x00, 1968   Recoded as NF-103, 1968.
					Transferred to VF-111 as AH-107, 1969.  Transferred to VSF-76 as AW-661, 1973
					to Philippine AF as 301 Dec 1977. Transferred to 7th TFS (5th TFW), 1981.  Seen preserved at Clark Field in 2012.
				148662 (MSN 862) 1964-67: VMF(AW)-212 as WD-3.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1973: VSF-76 as AW-662. 
					To MASDC as 2F290 Mar 8, 1974.  Transferred to USAF inventorh as PCN FC010 Nov 2, 1987.
					To Hardwood Range, WI as range target Apr 19, 1990
				148663 Struck off charge
				148664 VMF-451.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1969: VF-62 as AJ-xxx.
					1/20/1969: Accidentally fell overboard off USS Shangri La CVS-38  in the Mediterreanan Sea. Pilot was killed
				148665 VF-154 as NL-405.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1971: VF-201 as AF-1xx.  10/21/1971: Written off.
				148666 Upgraded to F-8H.   VMF(AW)-112 as MA-03.  1/1978: Sold to the Philippine AF as spare parts
				148667 1964: VMF(AW)-451.  W/o 22 Jan 1964     Location ?
				148668 (VF-154 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) shot down by AAA near Bach Long Vi Island 70 mi 
					offshore from Haiphong, NVN Mar 29, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				148669 1964: VF-32 as AC-2xx.  Jun 10, 1964: Crashed near NAS Cecil Field, FL
				148670 1961-62: VF-154 as NL-411.  1964: VMF(AW)-212 as WD-11.  1965: VF-154 as NL-411.
					1967: VMF(AW)-212.  2/28/1967: Crashed in Hawaii
				148671 1965: VMF(AW)-451 as VM-9.  1965: VMF(AW)-451 as AJ-2xx.
					VMF(AW)-451 USS Forrestal CVA-59 lost on first landing attempt during a night operation due to a flame out. 
					22nd August 1965  
				148672 1964: VF-124 as NJ-452.  10/23/1965: Struck off charge at NAS Dallas, TX
				148673 (VF-154 as NL-413 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) lost lost due to ground fire or malfunction 10 mi SW of 
					Co Dinh, Than Hoa Province, North Vietnam May 9, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				148674 1963: VF-32 as AC-2xx.  Crashed at sea off USS Saratoga CV-60 Oct 9, 1963  Location ?
				148675 SOC
				148676 1962-63: VF-154 as NL-414.  Nov 6, 1963: Crashed at sea off USS Coral Sea CV-43.  .Location ?
				148677 Assigned to VF-32 as AC-208, 1963.  Transferred to VF-111.  Upgraded to F-8H.  Transferred to VF-111 as AJ-106, 1970.
					Transferred to VF-13 as AJ-110.  Transferred to VF-661 as AJ-110.  Transferred to VF-202 as AF-215 NAS Dallas, TX.   
					To MASDC as 2F369 Feb 19, 1976.  To Philippine AF for spares Jun 2, 1978
				148678 (MSN 898) 1963: VF-154 as NL-402.   1968: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8H.  VF-111 as AH-112
					Active at NAS Dallas, Texas coded MA-14 with VMF(AW)-112 in 1975.
					Sold to Philippine AF May 1978 as spare parts.
				148679 1963: VMF-451 as VM-14.  1967: VF-13 as AJ-101.
					Mar 3, 1967: Hit ramp while landing on USS Shangri La CVS-38 and exploded
				148680 VF-132 as AE-201.  Converted to F-8H.  1968: VF-51 as NF-114.
					Attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) suffered engine explosion Gulf of Tonkin 
					Sep 10, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				148681 Assigned to VF-154 as NL-415.  Upgraded to F-8H.  Transferred to VX-4 as XF-53, 1970.
					Transferred to VMF-112 as MA-00, 1972.  To MASDC as 2F366 Feb 14, 1976.  To Philippine AF as 308 Feb 17, 1978
				148682 Upgraded to F-8H.   US Marine Corps.  3/1978: Sold to the Philippine AF as 309.
					7th Tactical Fighter Squadron   Currently up for sale by the Philippine government
				148683 1962: VF-132 as AE-2xx.  (VF-132) Damaged in Caribbean in night bolter from CVA-64 Apr 30, 1962.  
					Pilot ejected and was picked up by destroyer
				148684 Upgraded to F-8H.  1970: VF-111 as AJ-105.  VF-202 as AF-205.  VF-201.
					To MASDC as 2F355 from VF-202 NAS Dallas, TX Feb 12, 1976. To Philippine AF as 307 Feb 17, 1978.
				148685 1962: VMF(AW)-235.  collided in midair with ANG F-86 while approaching NAS Dallas Sep 14, 1962.  Pilot ejected
					but was killed because he ejected into the ground at the edge of a lake.  Pilot of F-86 also killed.
				148686 VF-24.  Upgraded to F-8H.  VF-202.as AF-203 NAS Dallas, TX   To MASDC as 2F354 Feb 12, 1976.  
					To Philippine AF as 310 Mar 9, 1978.
				148687 1965: VF-124.  1966-67: VF-62 as AJ-202.  Upgraded to F-8H.  Flew as "14" with USMCR VMFA-112 "Cowboys" at NAS Dallas in mid 1970s
					1974-75: VF-202 as AF-200  NAS Dallas, TX.  To MASDC as 2F352 Feb 11, 1976.  To Philippine AF as 312 Mar 17, 1978.
				148688 (MSN 908) Upgraded to F-8H.  1969: VF-211 as NP-101.  VF-202 as AF-212 NAS Dallas, TX.  
					To MASDC as 2F362 Feb 13, 1976.  Transferred to USAF Inventory as PCN FC002 May 2, 1985.
					To Tolicha Peak, NV as range target Sep 30, 1985.
				148689 Upgraded to F-8H.  VMF-112 as MA-09.  To MASDC as 2F368 Feb 19, 1976.  To Philippine AF for spares Mar 1, 1978.
					At Marana Northwest RAP, AZ Mar 2007
				148690 VMF(AW)-451  crashed into sea 38 miles from Key West, FL 8th March 1965 
				148691 VF-32 as AC-209   Upgraded to F-8H.  1968: VF-51 as NF-101.  1970: VF-162 as AH-203.
					1970: VF-162 as AJ-203.  1973: VF-201 as AF-100.
					To MASDC as 2F361 Feb 13, 1976.  To Philippine AF for spares Jan 26, 1978
				148692 (MSN 912) 1966-67: VF-13 as AJ-102.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1969: VF-13 as AJ-106.
					1971: VX-4 as XF-51.  1971: VMF-112.  1973: VC-13 as UX-07.  To MASDC as 2F375 Mar 2, 1976.  
					Transferred to USAF inventoryu as PCN FC005. May 3, 1985  To Tolicha Peak, NV as range target Sep 30, 1985.
				148693 (MSN 913) Upgraded to F-8H.  Active in October 1985 at NAS Dallas, Texas coded MA-20 with VMF(AW)-112 
					On display at Mid America Air Museum, Liberal, KS.
				148694 Upgraded to F-8H.  1968: VF-211 as NP-1xx.  (VF-211 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) suffered hydraulic failure Gulf of Tonkin Aug 24, 1968.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				148695 1966-67: VMF-333 as DN-12.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1969: VF-124.
					12/15/1969: Flamed out and crashed into the sea off San Clemente Island, CA
				148696 VF-132 as AE-207.  1964: VMF(AW)-451.  9/26/1964: Written off
				148697 1964: VF-111 as NH-109   1965: VF-111 as NE-460.  Upgraded to F-8H.  VF-201.
					5/1978: Sold to the Philippine AF as 318
				148698 1961-62: VF-53.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1968: VF-51 as NF-106.  VF-201 as AF-111.
					1975: VF-201 as AF-110 NAS Dallas, TX.  To MASDC as 2F353 Feb 12, 1976.  To Philippine AF as 303 Jan 19, 1978.
				148699 1964: VF-111 as NH-114.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1969: VF-13 as AJ-xxx.  1970: VF-124.
					Sep 4, 1970: Crashed near NAS Miramar, CA.
				148700 1966: VF-13 as AJ-104.  1968: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1969: VF-124.
					Jan 8, 1969: Crashed while landing on USS Oriskany CV-34 off the California coast. Pilot was killed.
				148701 VF-132 as AE-211.  1966: VC-5   W/o Jun 29, 1966
				148702 to VMF(AW)-451. 1964: VMF(AW)-235, Engine failure on take off at 200 feet
					Crashed at Zama Town, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan Jan 16, 1964.  Civilian property damaged. Pilot wss killed. 
				148703 Assigned to VMF(AW)-235 as DB-00, 1963-1964.  Upgraded to F-8H.  Transferred to VF-111 Sundowners as AJ-103.
					Transferred to VF-111 as AH-101, 1969.  Transferred to VC-13 as AW-xxx, 1973.  To MASDC as 2F370 Feb 20, 1976.  
					To Philippine AF as 317 May 11, 1978.
				148704 1964: VF-111 as NH-110.  1964: VF-111 as NE-xxx.   Nov 4, 1964: Written off
				148705 Upgraded to F-8H.  1970: VF-24 as NP-213.  To MASDC as 2F372 Feb 22, 1976.  To Philippine AF as 308 Jan 31, 1978.
				148706 (VF-111 attached to USS Midway (CVA-41)) shot down by ground fire near Vinh, North Vietnam May 27, 1965.  
					Pilot KIA.
				148707 Upgraded to F-8H.  (VF-13 attached to USS Shangri La (CVA-38)) struck ramp on landing over Gulf of Tonkin
					and was lost over the side Nov 7, 1968.  Pilot escaped uninjured.
				148708 1962: VMF(AW)-451 as VM-2.  1964: VMF(AW)-235 as DB-6.  1967-68: VF-62 as AJ-208.
					Jan 3, 1969: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA
				148709 (VF-132 as AE-201) ran off runwaqy ended up on the rocks on takeoff from Leeward Point Field, 
					Guantanamo Bay, Cuba April 25, 1962.
				148710 (MSN 930) On display at the 1965 Paris Airshow at Le Bourget whilst with VF-32 coded AC-201 aboard USS Saratoga. 
					1963-65: VF-32 as AC-201.  1966: VC-5 as UE-17.  Upgraded to F-8H.  1968: VF-51 as NF-116.
					6/26/1968: Credited with shooting down a MiG-21 over Vietnam.  1969: VF-211 as NP-101.
					1970: VF-162 as AJ-207.  VMF(AW)-112.  1973: MARTD Dallas, TX.
					To MASDC as 2F396. Transferred to USAF inventory as FC004 May 3, 1985.  To Tolicha Peak, NV as range target Sep 27, 1985
					Also reported that pilot ejected on landing, AFB Richards-Gebaur  19th April 1973  
148711/148716		Grumman W2F-1 Hawkeye 
				Model G-123.  Redesignated E-2A in 1962. 
				148711 (MSN 04) w/o after takeoff accident at NAS Patuxent River, MD.  Date?  Last used May 1964 for barrier tests.
				148712 (MSN 05) served as YE-2C development aircraft. 
				148713 (MSN 06) to TE-2A, later served as YE-2C development aircraft.
148717/148752		Grumman S2F-3 Tracker
				Model G-121. MSN 36C/71C.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				148719 W/o Feb 15, 1964.
				148720 (MSN 39C, US-2D) to MASDC as 3A0364 Feb 24, 1972. To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148721 (MSN 40C, S-2D) to MASDC as 1S0195.  Registered to US Bureau of Customs Dec 27, 1971 as N6749 until 
					July 1982, at which time it was stricken from USN records as 'service 
					life completed'.  Cancelled Jul 13, 1983 on export to Mexico.  interestingly this registration was 
					reserved May 6, 1978 by a private individual, BK Paulson, with an Oklahoma address – the FAA?  Refer 
					also to BuNo 149237 below
				148722 (MSN 41C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0413 Jul 19, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148723 (MSN 42C, S-2D) to MASDC as 1S0605 .  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May 2010
				148724 (MSN 43C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0366 Feb 24, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148725 (MSN 44C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0370 Mar 1, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148726 modified to ES-2D for special electronics operations and development work
				148727 (MSN 46C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0368 Feb 29, 1972.   To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148728 (MSN 47C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0648 Nov 8, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148729 (MSN 48C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0192, returned to service.  Back to MASDC as 1S0383 Dec 6, 1972.
					To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May 2010
				148730 registered to US Bureau of Customs Sep 28, 1971 as N6750, cancelled Jan 10, 1972
					Stricken from USN records Jul 1982 as 'service life completed'.  interestingly this registration 
					was reserved May 6, 1978 by a private individual, BK Paulson, with an Oklahoma address – the FAA? 
					Refer also to BuNo 149237 below].  Now on display at NAS Jacksonville, FL, on loan from National
					Naval Aviation Museum.
				148731 (MSN 50C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0512 Oct 1, 1984.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148733 (MSN 52C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0377 Nov 16, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148734 (MSN 53C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0393 Mar 21, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148735 (MSN 54C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0361 Feb 14, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148736 (MSN 55C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0465 Jun 5, 1974.   To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148737 (MSN 56C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0415 Jul 26, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148738 w/o Mar 4, 1965
				148739 w/o Apr 1, 1965
				148740 (MSN 59C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0385 Dec 20, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148741 (MSN 60C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0412 Jul 19 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148743 (MSN 62C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0374 Apr 11, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148744 (MSN 63C, S-2D) to MASDC as 1S0581.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May 2010
				148745 (MSN 64C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0408 Jul 13, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148747 (MSN 66C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0388 Jan 17, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148748 (MSN 67C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0601 Feb 14, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148749 (S-2D) to MASDC as 1S0190 Oct 24, 1969
				148750 (MSN 69C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0389 Jan 18, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148751 (MSN 70C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0411 Jul 19, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148752 (MSN 71C, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0647 Nov 7, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May10
148753/148822		Sikorsky HUS-1 Seahorse
				Redesignated UH-34D in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				148753 (MSN 581281) damaged Jan 31, 1968 and W/o Nov 19, 1968 NARF Pensacola
				148754 (MSN 581282)
				148755 (MSN 581284) to MASDC.  To civil registry as N4216H. 
					Seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				148756 (MSN 581292) to Vietnam AF, then to Royal Thai AF 20148
				148757 (MSN 581293) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62; code YL-84. To South Vietnam Air Force as 145782.
				148758 (MSN 581296) to MASDC as 3H0207 May 21, 1972.
				148759 (MSN 581302, HMM-361) w/o in midair collision with UH-34D 148781 43 mi from DaNang, Vietnam
					Oct 8, 1963.  7 KIA
				148760 (MSN 581303) SOC Oc5 13, 1971, NAS Corpus Christi.
				148761 (MSN 581304) to Vietnam AF.  W/o May 8, 1965.
				148762 (MSN 581305, HMM-364) shot down by automatic weapons fire Dec 2, 1965, Vietnam.  Crew of 4 and
					9 ARVN passengers killed.
				148763 (MSN 581306) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-77. On 14May67 the aircraft was shot 
					down in Vietnam; it was not recovered.  No injuries.
				148764 (MSN 581315) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam; code YL-44. HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", 
					South Vietnam; code YZ-08.  To MASDC as 3H0212 May 31, 1973.  Preserved at Marine Corps
					Air-Ground Museum, Greater Southwest Air Museum, Fort Worth JRB, TX.
				148765 (MSN 581316)
				148766 (MSN 581317) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-81. to MASDC Dec 12, 1970, 
					then renumbered 3H0219.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001.  Jacks Government 
					Surplus Storage Site, Tucson, AZ; for sale December 2010
				148767 (MSN 581318) to Royal Thai AF.
				148768 (MSN 581319) to MASDC as 3H0236 Nov 24, 1970.
					Was at the Paul Garber facility of the Smithsonian Institution, Suitland, MD.
					Noted Dec 2005 at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA.  In April 2016 noted on display at the 
					American Helicopter Museum & Education Center, Brandywine Airport, Pennsylvania 
				148769 (MSN 581320) damaged May 11, 1967 Vietnam and w/o.  No injuries
				148770 (MSN 581321.  SOC Apr 22, 1970.  
				148771 (MSN 581322) with HMM-263 in midaircollision with another UH-34 May 8, 1967 in Quang Nam province, 
					Vietnam.  4KIA.
				148772 (MSN 581323 w/o Mar 25, 1966 due to major damage in Southeast Asia.  No injuries.
				148773 (MSN 581328) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. Registered as N6302; sale 
					reported Puerto Rico 21Feb81; cancelled 4Oct12.
				148774 (MSN 581329)
				148775 (MSN 581330) 
				148776 (MSN 581331, HMM-164) hit by friendly artillery fire Sep 25, 1966, Vietnam.  5 KIA.
				148777 (MSN 581332) 5/25/61: TOS USMC   Jul 6, 1962: Redesignated as UH-34D.
					By 1967: Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 363 (HMM-363) "Lucky Red Lions", MCAS El Toro, CA. 
					Deployed to South Vietnam for combat. 
					Unknown Date: MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as 5N-406.  11/16/71: SOC.
					7/74: Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA with c/r N90561.
					7/27/74: Certificate of Airworthiness, N90561.
					7/15/77: Midwest Helicopter Airways, Inc, Hinsdale, IL with c/r N90561.
					Jul 6, 1983: Involved in an incident at Gary, IN. Minor damage. Began to yaw in hover. Auto rotated. 
					Hard landing damaged helicopter. Tail rotor drive shaft coupling failed. 4627 airframe hours.
					Jul 9, 2013: C/r N90561 cancelled.  
					HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam.  To civil registry as N90561 with Midwest
					Helicopter Airways.  cancelled 9Jul13. Damaged 6Jul83 when hard landed after failure of the 
					tail rotor drive shaft coupling.
				148778 (MSN 581346) w/o Dec 1, 1965 New River.
				148779 (MSN 581347)	HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62. w/o Oct 27, 1965 in Southeast Asia
				148780 (MSN 581348) w/o Aug 18, 1965 in Southeast Asia
				148781 (MSN 581350) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1961-62.  Destroyed Oct 8, 1963 in midair
					collision with UH-34D 148759 in Southeast Asia.  6 KIA
				148782 (MSN 581351)
				148783 (MSN 581356) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jun67 to Sep68]; code YL-37, later as YL-7. to MASDC Sep 12, 1971, later renumbered 3H0234.
					Transferred to USAF 13Jul71. Transferred to US Navy 6Jun73.To civil registry as N855BA, later N35YL
				148784 (MSN 581357) SOC Aug 6, 1970 NARF Pensacola
				148785 (MSN 581360) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [1966-67]; code YL-41. HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-76. 
					The pilot of YZ-76 radioed that he had lost his engine and was ditching in the water off Chu Lai, 
					Vietnam 11Jan67 [10KIA]. The aircraft hit the water at the surf line; due to heavy seas and surf it 
					sank less than a hundred yards from shore. There were no survivors to be found on the surface. 
					YZ-76 went down with a crew of four, and six Marine troops on board.
				148786 (MSN 581361) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam [1965-69].  To MASDC as 3H0205 Mar 31, 1972.
				148787 (MSN 581362) SOC Jan 31, 1972.
				148788 (MSN 581367) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. Registered as N64777; cancelled 30Apr13.
				148789 (MSN 581369) SOC Jul 10, 1972 NARF Pensacola
				148790 (MSN 581370, HMM-161) crashed due to bad weather Oct 17, 1965, Southeast Asia.  2 killed, 8 survived.
				148791 (MSN 581371) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965. Written off in midair collision
					with another helicopter after takeoff from USS Iwo Jima June 6, 1965, Vietnam [4KIA].
				148792 (MSN 581372) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jun67 to Mar68]; code YL-49, later as YL-19. Written off March 31, 1968 Vietnam [2KIA]. 
					The aircraft was one of a pair on a night medevac mission southeast of Phu Bai in extremely 
					low visibility with a low ceiling. The aircraft suddenly went inadvertent IFR. 
					Fearing a mid-air collision, the pilot broke left away from the lead and attempted a climbing 
					left turn (mountains were ahead) out toward the coast and a return to Phu Bai via GCA or 
					TACAN approach. The aircraft hit the mountain and exploded. .
				148793 (MSN 581377) w/o Jan 24, 1966, Southeast Asia
				148794 (MSN 581378) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. Registered as N64781; cancelled 30Apr13.
				148795 (MSN 581380) w/o Jul 15, 1965, Southeast Asia
				148796 (MSN 581381) to MASDC as 3H0162 1970.  To civil registry as N4216N.
					Seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				148797 (MSN 581382) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Nov68].  W/o Oct 14, 1971
				148798 (MSN 581383) w/o Mar 11, 1965, Southeast Asia.  Four minor injuries.
				148799 (MSN 581384) to Vietnam AF, w/o Sep 20, 1969.
				148800 (MSN 581385) damaged Jul 30, 1967 and w/o.
				148801 (MSN 581386) w/o Jan 17, 1970
				148802 (MSN 581387) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Oct68]. Written off October 11, 1968 in a mid-air collision with CH-46A 151917 
					at Hill 52 north of Song Vu Gia River, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam [5KIA]. 
					The CH-46 took off and began climbing out in a steep ascent with its nose pointing south 
					toward An Hoa. It was a clear, sunny day with a few scattered clouds high in the sky. 
					At about 800-1,000 feet, the CH-46 came up underneath UH-34 #148802 which was flying 
					overhead on a similar heading. It appeared that each helicopter was in the others blind 
					spot and that no visual contact had been made between them. They chewed off each others 
					rotor blades. An orange fireball and black smoke erupted from the rear of the CH-46. 
					There was a series of quick clacking sounds and a muffled explosion as the blade parts 
					were sent flying in every direction overhead. The two aircraft, momentarily, just hung there. 
					Then the CH-46, its aft end burning and smoking, began tumbling end over end toward the ground. 
					The UH-34 simply nosed over, the weight of the big radial engine in its nose causing it 
					to plunge straight down like a dart. The aircraft impacted on a sandbar which extended 
					out into the Vu Gia river. The UH-34 hit first, sending up a towering eruption of bellowing 
					fire, white smoke, and streaking shards of red flame. The CH-46 quickly followed, 
					close by, on the same stretch of sand. The aft section, with the engines, split away 
					from the forward half of the aircraft and was a burning heap. Black greasy smoke plumed 
					high into the sky. The forward section did not catch fire. The UH-34 was burning white hot; 
					so intense that it was impossible to get near it. Within a few hours the wreckage was 
					reduced to a surprisingly small mound of gray ashes, making the retrieval or identification of 
					human remains virtually impossible. 
				148803 (MSN 581388) to USAF as 61-4488.
				148804 (MSN 581389) to UH-34D, VH-34D
				148805 (MSN 581390) to USAF as 61-4489.
				148806 (MSN 581391) to USAF as 61-4490.
				148807 (MSN 581392) to USAF as 61-4491.
				148808 (MSN 581393) to Air America as H-23.
				148809 (MSN 581396) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Sep67 to Oct68]. Registered as N2253A; cancelled 9Nov00. Destroyed 25May00 
					at Buhl, Idaho. The helicopter, registered to and operated by Thomas Helicopters, 
					collided with power wires near Buhl, Idaho. The aircraft was destroyed by a post-crash fire. 
					The flight originated from a staging area about five minutes prior to the accident. 
					In a written statement, the pilot reported that he had just taken off from the staging 
					area with 320 gallons of a diluted water mixture that contained 6.25 gallons of a 
					concentrate mixture of Di-Syston 8. The pilot was flying the same flight path to the 
					field as the flight before. This was about the sixth load of the day. The pilot reported 
					that along this flight path, he had to fly over some television and radio antennas, 
					and two sets of power lines. The power lines were the last obstacles along the flight path. 
					The pilot reported that prior to crossing the power lines, he was distracted by a radio 
					call from another pilot. The pilot looked down at a map to verify a field location, 
					and when he looked back up, he did not see anything unusual. The helicopter then 
					collided with the power lines that were the last known obstacles along the flight path. 
					The power lines were approximately 75-100 feet above ground level. After the collision, 
					the helicopter pitched nearly straight up, leveled slightly, then fell to the ground 
					in a tail low attitude. A post-crash fire consumed the helicopter. 
				148810 (MSN 581397) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jun67 to Nov67]; code YL-42. Written off November 30, 1967, South Vietham [4KIA]. 
					On 22 November 1968 the wreckage of a UH-34D was found 16 miles east of Phu Bai by the 
					1st ARVN Division, 154th Regiment. The wreckage was identified as an HMM-362 aircraft 
					missing since 30 November 1967. The remains of 4 crewmen were found and removed to the mortuary at Da Nang.
				148811 (MSN 581398) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Sep68 to Oct68]. MCAS Yuma, AZ. Received at NARF Alameda, CA as a UH-34D on 3Sep70. 
					Bailed to Air America 18Nov70 as XW-PHA; arrived Udorn, Thailand 13Dec70. Conversion to S-58T 
					completed 17Mar71. Returned to USMC 1974 after removing the Air America-owned S-58T kit and engines. 
					SOC 1May74; deactivated 31May74.
				148812 (MSN 581399) lost Mar 28, 1965 in Southeast Asia
				148813 (MSN 581400) may have gone to Air America.
				148814 (MSN 581401)HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-70, later as YZ-10.  
					To MASDC as 3H0215 Nov 11, 1971.
				148815 (MSN 581402) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jun67 to Jun68].  Registered as N90939; expired 30Sep13; cancelled 29Jan18.
				148816 (MSN 581403) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-15. to MASDC Sep 13, 1971.  
					Renumbered 3H0213 May 31, 1973.  Registered as N269BV; expired 23Mar91, cancelled 26Sep13..
				148817 (MSN 581406) w/o Oct 26, 1965, Southeast Asia.
				148818 (MSN 581407) w/o May 8, 1968, New River.
				148819 (MSN 581408) w/o Dec 10, 1967, Da Nang, Vietnam.  No injuries.
				148820 (MSN 581409) collided with another helicoter Jun 6, 1965, Vietnam.  4 KIA
				148821 (MSN 581410) HC-7 "Seadevils". Code VH-62.  To MASDC Nov 23, 1970, Transferred to USAF Apr 7, 1971. 
					renumbered 3H0232 May 31, 1973. Transferred to US Navy 6Jun73. Registered as N3880J 27Sep84; cancelled 19Mar13.
				148822 (MSN 581412) w/o due to mechanical failure Jan 30, 1969, Phu Bai, Vietnam.  2 crew killed, 2 injured.
148823/148882		North American T2J-1 
				contract cancelled
148883/148885		Lockheed P-3A-1-LO Orion
				MSN 185-5001/5003,  Ordered and built as P3V-1, redesignated P-3A Sep 1962.
				148883 (MSN 185-5001, NP-3A) taken out of service and scheduled for display
					at Patuxent River Naval Air Museum.  On display at NAS Patuxent River on loan from National Naval
					Aviation Museum, but not at the museum.
				148884 (MSN 185-5002) wings damaged Jun 8, 1977 at Tracor.  SOC Jun 28, 1976 and scrapped.
				148885 (MSN 185-5003) WFU Jul 1991 Scrapped at NADEP Jax.
148886/148889		Lockheed P-3A-5-LO Orion
				MSN 185-5004/5007.  Ordered and built as P3V-1, redesignated P-3A Sep 1962.
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				148886 (MSN 185-5004) to MASDC May 2, 1983 as 2P0005.  Cut up for spare parts in 1990
				148887 (MSN 185-5005) modified as EP-3E Aries electronic surveillance aircraft.  To AMARC as 2P0159 Dec 13, 1994
				148888 (MSN 185-5006) modified as EP-3E Aries electronic surveillance aircraft.  stripped by NADEP Alameda
					for EP-3E program
				148889 (MSN 185-5007) modified as UP-3A.  To AMARC as 2P0249 Oct 22, 2008
148890/148899		Lockheed GV-1 Hercules
				Redesignated KC-130F in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				148890 (MSN 282-3592) retired Sep 1994.  Fuselage at Hill AFB
				148891 (MSN 282-3605)Active in April 1995 with VMGR-252 at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina 
					In 2008 was with VX-30, Point Mugu, CA.  To AMARC as 451717 Apr 10, 2015.  Departed Mar 20, 2018.  To
					K-Tech Aviation, Tucson, AZ for use as USMC fuselage trainer.
				148892 (MSN 282-3606) 5/61: TOS USMC.  
					1962: Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 152 (VMGR-152), MCAS Iwakuni, Japan. 
					9/18/62: Redesignated KC-130F.  
					1/65: Deployed to South Vietnam. 
					Ca.1967: VMGR-352, MCAS Iwakuni, Japan. 
					ca.1975: VMGR-234, NAS Glenview, IL. 
					By 10/1988: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 22 (VR-22), Moffett Field, CA. 
					Noted with VR-22 at NS Rota, Spain Jul 13, 1989
					1/94: Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Training Squadron 253 (VMGRT-253), MCAS Cherry Point, NC. 
					After 4/97: VMGR-252, MCAS Cherry Point, NC. 
					10/97: WFU due to center wing corrosion. 
					11/97: Ft. Worth JRB, Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX. Only fuselage survives, used for loadmaster 
					training and as a maintenance trainer
				148893 (MSN 282-3607) VMGR-152 Okinawa 1961.  Operated as Blue Angels Fat Albert support aircraft 1988-1994, along with 149791.  
					Nicknamed "Ernie".  In 2008 was with VX-30, Point Mugu, CA.  Redesignated NC-130F
					after fitted with drone pylons.  To AMARC Apr 7, 2015 from VX-30 NAS Point Mugu, CA.
					To K-Tech Aviation, Tucson, AZ Mar 20, 2018 for use as USMC fuselage trainer.
				148894 (MSN 282-3608) in 2008 was with VX-30, Point Mugu, CA.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				148895 (MSN 282-3619) crashlanded after takeoff from 29 Palms, CA Feb 11, 2002.  Some crew injuries.
					SOC May 3, 2002
				148896 (MSN 282-3623) Active in April 1995 with VMGR-252 at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina
					To AMARC as 2G0047 Jun 28, 2006.  SOC Nov 29, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				148897 (MSN 282-3627) in 2008 was with VX-30, Point Mugu, CA.  Ground accident at Point Mugu
					Redesignated NC-130F after fitted with drone pylons.
				148898 (MSN 282-3631) to AMARC as 2G0030 Dec 16, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				148899 (MSN 282-3632) Active in April 1995 with VMGR-252 at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina.			
					To AMARC as 2G0046 May 23, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
148900/148923		Grumman WF-2 Tracer 
				Model G-117.  MSN 65/88.  Redesignated E-1B in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				148900 (MSN 65) to MASDC as 1E0059 Dec 8, 1977.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148901 (MSN 66) to MASDC as 1E0033 Sep 6, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148902 (MSN 67) to MASDC as 1E0058 Dec 2, 1977.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148903 w/o 2 Sep 1963  Location ?
				148904 (MSN 69) to MASDC as 1E0046 Jan 14, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148906 (MSN 71) to MASDC as 1E0009 Apr 16, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148907 (MSN 72) to MASDC as 1E0012 Dec 12, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148908 (MSN 73) to MASDC as 1E044 Oct 30, 1975, back to service.  To MASDC as 1E0056 Jun 6, 1977.
					To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug 2002
				148909 (MSN 74) to MASDC as 1E036 Nov 26, 1973, back to service.  To MASDC as 1E0049 Aug 2, 1976.
					To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug 2002
				148910 (MSN 75) to MASDC as 1E0004 Jan 24, 1968.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148911 (MSN 76) to MASDC as 1E0020 Jul 10, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148912 (MSN 77) to MASDC as 1E 029 Jul 18, 1973.
				148913 (MSN 78) to MASDC as 1E0047 Jan 20, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148914 (MSN 79) to MASDC as 1E0025 Jul 11, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148915 (MSN 80) to MASDC as 1E0039 May 30, 1974.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148916 (MSN 81) to MASDC as 1E0028 Jul 13, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148917 (MSN 82) to MASDC as 1E0023 Jul 11, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				148918 (MSN 83, VAW-12 attached to USS Independence (CVA-62)) ran out of fuel while on training
					mission over Gulf of Tonkin and was destroyed SEp 22, 1965.  Four crew members survived.
				148919 (MSN 84) to MASDC as 1E0054 Apr 6, 1977.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148920 (MSN 85) to MASDC as 1E0021 Jul 10, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				148921 (MSN 86) to MASDC as 1E0045 Oct 30, 1975.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug 2002
				148922 (MSN 87) to MASDC as 1E0030 Jul 27, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May 2010
148924/148933		North American A3J-1 Vigilante 
				MSN NA269-1/10.  Redesignated A-5A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com   
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				148924/148930 were A-5A-20-NH, 148931 was A-5A-25-NH, 148932/148933 were A-5A-30-NH.
				148925,148929,  148932, 148933 converted to RA-5C and given new MSNs 
				148926, 148928 converted to RA-5C and retained original MSNs.
				148924 (MSN NA269-1) 9/1961: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1961: VAH-3.  1962: VAH-7.  1962: VAH-3.
					1964: VAH-7.  1964: RVAH-7 as AE-710.  Jan 6, 1965: Written off at NAS Sanford, FL.
				148925 (MSN NA269-2) 1961: VAH-3.  1962: VAH-7 as GL-401.  1962: VAH-3.  1964: RVAH-3.
					11/1964: Converted to RA-5C.  1966: RVAH-3 as GJ-203.  1968: RVAH-12 as NG-605.   1968: RVAH-13.
					1968: RVAH-5.  1969: RVAH-3.  1969: RVAH-14 as AB-604.  1970: RVAH-12 as NG-605.
					1971-72: RVAH-14 as AB-604. NAS Sanford, FL  1972: RVAH-14 as AG-604.  1973: RVAH-7.  1973: RVAH-3.
					To MASDC as 4A0031 from RVAH-14 May 6, 1974.  To New Mexico Insititue of Mining 
					and Technology Oct 13, 1978, Socorro, NM.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				148926 (MSN NA269-3) 1/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-3 as GJ-265.  1963: VAH-7.
					1964: RVAH-7.  2/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1967: VMGR-352.  1967: RVAH-6 as NE-704 
					Crashed 14 Mar 1968 Tokyo Bay, Japan
				148927 (MSN NA269-4) 2/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-3 as GJ-262.
					11/27/1962: Written off at NAS Sanford, FL after overrunning runway
				148928 (MSN NA269-5) 1/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-3.  1964: VAH-7.  1964: RVAH-7.
					2/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1967: RVAH-11.  1968: RVAH-14.  1968: RVAH-3.  1969: RVAH-7 as NK-605.
					1970: RVAH-7 as NK-602.
					Jan 1, 1970: Crashed near Clark AB, Philippines for unknown reasons. Both crewmen were killed.
				148929 (MSN NA269-6) 11/1961: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1961: VAH-3.  1964: RVAH-3 as GJ-260.
					Converted to RA-5C May 1967. Received the new number C-071. 1968: NATC.  1968: RVAH-11.
					1969: RVAH-14.  May 9, 1975: Struck off charge at NAS Jacksonville, FL.
					Expended as target at Eglin AFB, FL in 1970s.
				148930 (MSN NA269-7) 1/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962-63: VAH-3 as GJ-263.  
					Crashed 5 Sep 1963 near NAS Sanford, FL
				148931 (MSN NA269-8) 11/1961: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1961: VAH-3.  1963-64: VAH-7 as AE-xxx.
					5/5/1964: Crashed into the Mediterranean Sea near USS Enterprise CVN-65
				148932 (MSN NA269-9) 5/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962-63: VAH-7 as AF-701.  1964: VAH-3.
					1964: RVAH-3.  10/1965: Converted to RA-5C.  1965: RVAH-9.  1965: RVAH-3.  1965: RVAH-7.  1966: RVAH-5.
					1966-67: RVAH-11 as AA-602.
					(RVAH-11) destroyed in fire on USS Forrestal CV-59 in Gulf of Tonkin Jul 29, 1967.  During preparations for
					launch, a Mk 32 Zuni rocket accidentally fired and struck an A-4E external wing-mounted fuel tank
					causing fires and bombs to explode.  143 killed, 161 injured, 21 aircraft lost. 
				148933 (MSN NA269-10) 6/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-7 as AF-702.  1962-63: VAH-7 as AE-702.
					In June 1963 active with VAH-7 coded AE-702 aboard USS Enterprise CVN-65  1964: VAH-3.
					1964: RVAH-3.  5/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1966: RVAH-3. 1966: RVAH-7.  1966-68: RVAH-9 as NK-904.
					1969: RVAH-6.  1970: RVAH-7.   1971: RVAH-3 as GJ-315 NAS Sanford, FL  1971-72: RVAH-12 as AG-605.
					To MASDC from RVAH-3 NAS Sanford, FL as 4A0019 Nov 15, 1971.  To USAF inventory Apr 22, 1986 as AA0004.
				  	To Tolicha Peak, NV as range target May 28, 1986.
148934/148963		Sikorsky HSS-1N Seabat
				Redesignated SH-34J in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				148934 (MSN 581301) to civil registry as N87934 with Environmental Protection Agency.
				148935 (MSN 581310)
				148936 (MSN 581311) to MASDC as HD0193 Mar 28, 1974.  To civil registry as N90768.  
					Preserved at World Aircraft Museum, Mercer APT, GA.
				148937 (MSN 581312) to MASDC as 3H0100 Apr 6, 1970.
				148938 (MSN 581313) to MASDC as  HD0191 Mar 21, 1974.  To USAF as HH-34J after MASDC. Kept BuNo. 
					On display at Kirtland AFB.
				148939 (MSN 581314) to MASDC as 3H0063.  To National Atomic Museum, Kirtland AFB, 
					New Mexico and later transferred to AF Rescue School Museum, Holloman AFB, New Mexico. 
				148940 (MSN 581324) HT-8, NAS Whiting Field, Milton, FL; code 2E-102.   To MASDC as 3H0244 May 13, 1969.
					Transferred to USAF as PCN HD103 6Jan71. Declared excess 6Apr72. 
					Transferred to US Navy as PCN 3H244 6Apr72.
					Departed to NAEC Lakehurst, NJ 25Apr80. Used as one of four power units for the 
					Piasecki PA-97-34J Helistat experimental heavy-lift aircraft which incorporated 
					a retired US Navy Goodyear ZPG-2W blimp envelope. Registered 17Mar86 as N1897Z; 
					cancelled 26Mar91. First flight at NAEC Lakehurst 26Apr86. The Helistat was 
					destroyed after landing on its first hover test flight at NAS Lakehurst 1Jul86. 
					A power loss was noted on the #3 helicopter. Prior to mooring, a gust of wind 
					from the rear of the aircraft induced some movement across the ramp. The pilot 
					attempted to takeoff but the undercarriage responded badly to this, the bogies 
					shimmying uncontrollably causing ground resonance with the helicopters. 
					The vibration was sufficient to cause a structural failure as the Helistat 
					finally lifted off; the helicopters broke off from their mountings and fell 
					to the ground. 
				148941 (MSN 581325) to MASDC as HD0183 Feb 7, 1974.
				148942 (MSN 581326D) to MASDC as HD0186 Feb 19, 1974.  To civil registry as N942HH.
					Hulk seen 2009 in farmer's field in Saskatchewan, Canada.  Was trucked there for
					use in a paintball course
				148943 (MSN 581327) to MASDC Feb 4, 1974.  To Hill Aerospace Museum, Hill AFB, UT.
					Noted there in 1990.  Moved to March AFB Museum, California, Sep 2013.
				148944 (MSN 581334D) to MASDC as HD0198 Jun 14, 1974.  To civil registry as N944HH.
					Hulk seen 2009 in farmer's field in Saskatchewan, Canada.  Was trucked there for
					use in a paintball course.
				148945 (MSN 581335) NAS Jacksonville, FL.  To MASDC as 3H0111 Jul 22, 1970.
					Departed to NAEC Lakehurst, NJ 13May80. Used as one of four power units 
					for the Piasecki PA-97-34J Helistat experimental heavy-lift aircraft which 
					incorporated a retired US Navy Goodyear ZPG-2W blimp envelope. Registered 17Mar86 
					as N1897Z; cancelled 26Mar91. First flight at NAEC Lakehurst 26Apr86. The 
					Helistat was destroyed after landing on its first hover test flight at 
					NAS Lakehurst 1Jul86. A power loss was noted on the #3 helicopter. 
					Prior to mooring, a gust of wind from the rear of the aircraft induced some 
					movement across the ramp. The pilot attempted to takeoff but the undercarriage 
					responded badly to this, the bogies shimmying uncontrollably causing ground 
					resonance with the helicopters. The vibration was sufficient to cause a 
					structural failure as the Helistat finally lifted off; the helicopters broke 
					off from their mountings and fell to the ground. 
				148946 (MSN 581336) to MASDC as 3H0007 Apr 14, 1969.  To civil registry as N7168Y
					and then N362YL.  Now donated to Collings Foundation.
				148947 (MSN 581337)
				148948 (MSN 581338D) to MASDC as HD0184 Feb 14, 1974.  TO civil registry as N948HH.
					Hulk seen 2009 in farmer's field in Saskatchewan, Canada.  Was trucked there for
					use in a paintball course.
				148949 (MSN 581339) to MASDC as HD0108 Oct 21, 1969.
				148950 (MSN 581340) to MASDC as HD0109 Dec 2, 1969.  To civil registry as N97308.
				148951 (MSN 581341) NAS Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN; code 311.  To MASDC as 3H0245 Dec 4, 1969.
					Transferred to USAF as PCN HD110 6Jan71. Declared excess 6Apr72. Transferred to 
					vy as PCN 3H245 6Apr72. Departed to NAEC Lakehurst, NJ 1980. Probably used as 
					a spare power unit for the Piasecki PA-97-34J Helistat experimental heavy-lift aircraft
				148952 (MSN 581342) MCAS Cherry Point, Havelock, NC.  To MASDC as 3H0103 May 3, 1970.  
					Departed to NAEC Lakehurst, NJ 1980. Probably used as a spare power unit for 
					the Piasecki PA-97-34J Helistat experimental heavy-lift aircraft.
				148953 (MSN 581343) to MASDC as HD0182 Feb 7, 1974.
				148954 (MSN 581344) to civil registry as N95954 with Environmental Protection Agency
				148955 (MSN 581345) 6N-301' SH-34J RAW-75, NARTU Lakehurst, NJ (1967 photo)
				148956 (MSN 581352) to MASDC as 3H0031 Aug 24, 1969
				148957 (MSN 581353) to MASDC as 3H0054 in 1969, later renumbered HD0192.  To 
					Costa Rica as TI-SPJ.  Crashed 1978.
				148958 (MSN 581354) to MASDC ad 3H0053 1969.  To civil registry as N95958.
				148959 (MSN 581355) to MSDC as 3H0505 May 28, 1970.
				148960 (MSN 581363) HT-8, NAS Whiting Field, Milton, FL; code 2E-131.  To MASDC as 3H0095 Mar 16, 1970.
					Departed to NAEC Lakehurst, NJ 1980. Used as one of four power units for the 
					Piasecki PA-97-34J Helistat experimental heavy-lift aircraft which incorporated 
					a retired US Navy Goodyear ZPG-2W blimp envelope. Registered 17Mar86 as N1897Z; 
					cancelled 26Mar91. First flight at NAEC Lakehurst 26Apr86. The Helistat was 
					destroyed after landing on its first hover test flight at NAS Lakehurst 1Jul86. 
					A power loss was noted on the #3 helicopter. Prior to mooring, a gust of 
					wind from the rear of the aircraft induced some movement across the ramp. 
					The pilot attempted to takeoff but the undercarriage responded badly to this, 
					the bogies shimmying uncontrollably causing ground resonance with the helicopters. 
					The vibration was sufficient to cause a structural failure as the Helistat 
					finally lifted off; the helicopters broke off from their mountings and fell 
					to the ground. 
				148961 (MSN 581364) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", South Vietnam [Dec67].
				148962 (MSN 581365) to MASDC as HD0115 Oct 20, 1969.  To civil registry as N46756.
					Registration N46756 cancelled Jul 15, 2004 as scrapped.
				148963 (MSN 581366) to MASDC as HD0195.  Reported as being transferred to USAF but retaining its USN serial, displayed
					as 48963.  Reported as being at Pacific Aviation Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
148964/149012		Sikorsky HSS-2 Sea King
				Redesignated SH-3A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC/AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				148970,148971,148973,148974,148979,148987,148989,
					148996,149000,149003,149006 converted to SH-3G
				148964,148965,148966,148967,148968,148969,148971,
					148972,148974,148976,148977,148980,148981,
					148983,148984,148986,148987,148988,148990,
					148992,148995,148996,148997,148998,148999,
					149005,149006,149010 converted to SH-3H.
				148964 (MSN 61036) HC-7 "Seadevils". converted to SH-3H.
				148965 (MSN 61037) converted to SH-3H.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				148966 (MSN 61038) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-66. Converted to SH-3H. AMARC as 9H0087 November 21, 1994. 
					Departed 8May98 to Western International, Tucson, AZ..  Registered as N104BS. 
					Reregistered 11Feb03 as N611CK; current [Jul18]. On September 1, 2012, the helicopter struck a 
					tree while conducting firefighting operations. The pilot flying was in the left seat, and the 
					senior pilot was in the right seat. The pilot completed numerous water drops on the fire 
					during a 2-hour period. The helicopter was making its second drop in an area of steep terrain, 
					which was about 1,000 feet lower in elevation than the lake the pilots were using for a water 
					source. Due to the smoke, the visibility was about 1/2 mile. All five main rotor blades made 
					contact with a snag (typically the remnants of a tree such as the trunk and/or main branches 
					without most of its foliage), and were substantially damaged; the operator pointed out that the 
					snag was similar in color to the smoke. The senior pilot took control of the helicopter, 
					climbed, and made an uneventful landing near the fill point. On August 4, 2015, the helicopter 
					struck a tree while conducting firefighting operations. The aircraft descended into a 
					confined area to pick up water with its snorkel. None of the pilots on board had seen the 
					tree in their final approach . The rotor blades struck the tree at the 5 o’clock position. 
					The pilots felt a shutter and recognized they had hit a tree. They aborted the approach 
					to the water and found a place to land safely away for the fire. There were no injuries 
					reported by the pilots.
				148967 (MSN 61039) converted to SH-3H.  Ditched in Indian Ocean Jun 19, 1981.
				148968 (MSN 61040, HS-2) while flying aboard the USS Hornet (CVS-12) Feb 1966
					bird struck the tail rotor and the helicopter successfully
					ditched, shut down, and flotation bags inflated.  The crew
					got out and were rescued.  While attempting to crane the
					helicopter aboard the Hornet, it fell back into the water
					and was lost.
				148969 (MSN 61041) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Oct68]. HC-7 "Seadevils".  Converted to SH-3H.  Last assignment HC-1, NAS Norfolk, VA 
					To AMARC as 9H0075 Apr 15, 1994.  Departed 1Feb11 to Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL. 
					Registered 8Dec10 as N969WL to Department of State; current [Jul18
				148970 (MSN 61042) converted to SH-3G.  Named “Desert Duck” with HC-2 in October 1990.   
					To AMARC as 9H0046 Nov 3, 1993
					Stored with Specialized Aircraft Maintenance, Tucson in February 2014.
				148971 (MSN 61043) HC-7 "Seadevils".  converted to SH-3G then to SH-3H.   SOC Oct 17, 2005
				148972 (MSN 61044) converted to SH-3H
				148973 (MSN 61045) converted to SH-3G
				148974 (MSN 61046) converted to SH-3G.  W/o Nov 2, 1980
				148975 (MSN 61047) w/o Nov 17, 1966
				148976 (MSN 61048) Modified to SH-3H. HS-6 "Indians" 1981.  w/o Oct 19, 1985
				148977 (MSN 61049) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H
				148978 (MSN 61050)
				148979 (MSN 61051) converted to SH-3G
				148980 (MSN 61052) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H).  To AMARC as 9H0100 Oct 13, 1995.  SOC Sept 8, 2000.
				148981 (MSN 61053) HS-6 "Indians". HC-7 "Seadevils".  Converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H.  
					To MASDC as 9H0049 Dec 1, 1993.
				148982 (MSN 61054) w/o Aug 26, 1967
				148983 (MSN 61055) HC-7 "Seadevils".  Converted to SH-3H.  To MASDC as 9H0080 Aug 18, 1994.
				148984 (MSN 61056) converted to SH-3H.  W/o Aug 17, 1977
				148985 (MSN 61057, HS-2 attached to USS Hornet (CVS-12)) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin May 23, 1967, 4 killed.
				148986 (MSN 61058) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H. SOC May 17, 2005
				148987 (MSN 61061) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-77. w/o Apr 27, 1987
				148988 (MSN 61062) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0091 Apr 18, 1995.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  To civil
					registry with US State Department as N988AW Jan 2011.
				148989 (MSN 61063) converted to SH-3G.  To N81664 and noted at Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA May 17, 2001.
				148990 (MSN 61064) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0095 Jun 1, 1995.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  For a time, 
					incorrectly noted to be at Naval Air Museum, Pensacola, FL.  The helicopter marked as 148990 was actually 156484.
				148991 (MSN 61065)
				148992 (MSN 61066) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-72. converted to SH-3H.  W/o Mar 16, 1981
				148993 (MSN 61067) w/o Nov 2, 1965
				148994 (MSN 61068) 
				148995 (MSN 61069) converted to SH-3H.  This is the helicopter used in the movie *The Final Countdown*.  At 
					the end of the movie, this is the helicopter that blows up and leaves Commander Owen on the island.  
					W/o Jan 12, 1987
				148996 (MSN 61070) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0069 Mar 24, 1994.  To N454WG with Carson Helicopters Inc, 
					Grants Pass, Oregon on September 2, 2011 and cancelled on January 4, 2018. 
				148997 (MSN 61071) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0058 Dec 17, 1993.
				148998 (MSN 61072) converted to SH-3H
				148999 (MSN 61073) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0088 Dec 9, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  To USS Hornet 
					Museum 2006, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				149000 (MSN 61074) converted to SH-3G.  To MASDC as 9H0008 Jan 9, 1975, left Aug 12, 1980.  To N81692.  
					Noted at Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA May 17, 2001.  Air-Britain says that it crashed after loss of 
					tail rotor Oct 27, 1983.
				149001 (MSN 61075) w/o May 13, 1964.
				149002 (MSN 61076) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-46.  converted to SH-3G.  Crashed Dec 29, 1971 at John Hay AFB, 
					Bagui, Luzon, Philippines; rolled over after heavy landing. SOC 29Dec71.	
				149003 (MSN 61077) converted to SH-3G.  To MASDC as 9H0007 Dec 18, 1977, left Aug 26, 1980.  Back to 
					AMARC as 9H0039 Nov 18, 1992.
				149004 (MSN 61078) converted to SH-3G
				149005 (MSN 61079) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H.  SOC Feb 24, 2007
				149006 (MSN 61080) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H.  SOC Sep 28, 2005.  Noted at Evergreen
					Aviation Museum, McMinnville, OR 2006, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				149007 (MSN 61081) w/o Dec 6, 1970
				149008 (MSN 61082)
				149009 (MSN 61083) to USAF as 62-12571
				149010 (MSN 61084) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-42.  Cnverted to SH-3G then to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0078 Aug 15, 1994.
					Departed 24May10. FMS sale to Spain
				149011 (MSN 61085) to USAF as 62-12572
				149012 (MSN 61087) to USAF as 62-12573
149013/149036		Kaman UH-2A Seasprite
				MSN 17/40.  Designation changed to SH-2F.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				149013 (MSN 17) to HH-2D (1970), SH-2D(1973), SH-2F(1973).  To AMARC as 8H0021 Dec 4, 1992.
				149015 to HH-2D (1970), SH-2D (1973), SH-2F (1973)
				149016 to HH-2D (1970)
				149017 (MSN 21) to HH-2D (1970), SH-2D (1972), SH-2F (1973).  To AMARC as 8H0064 Jan 31, 1994
				149018 w/o 7/1/1964.
				149021 (MSN 25) to HH-2D Jun 1971, later to SH-2F.  In storage at PNAS, FL as N8059T.
					Noted Mar 2006 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. On loan to USS Hornet museum, Alameda, CA
				149022 on static display at NAS North Island
				149023 to AMARC as 8H0025 Mar 30, 1993
				149024 HC-7 "Seadevils". HSL-94, Willow Grove JRB, PA.  With HS-74 at NAS South Weymouth, MA Sep 1, 1989.  
					To AMARC as 8H0043 Aug 29, 1993. 
					To Kaman, Bloomfield, CT Mar 11, 1998.  To Royal Australian Navy as N29-149024.
					Following cancellation of contract Mar 20, 2008 is to be returned
					to Kaman
				149026 on display at NAS Norfolk, VA, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum
				149028 HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-72. To HH-2D.  Crashed with HSL-30 at Londonderry, NH May 20, 1979.  5 killed.
				149030 (MSN 34) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-72. Modified to HH-2D. HSL-32, NAS Norfolk, VA.  To AMARC as 8H0042 Jul 20, 1993.  
					. Departed 14Nov97 to Kaman, Bloomfield, CT.   To New Zealand as NZ3441
				149031 (HH-2D) was at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
					In 2006 was at American Helicopter Museum, West Chester Apt, PA, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum
				149033 to YSH-2E
				149036 (MSN 40) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-8. HSL-30, NAS Norfolk, VA.  To AMARC as 8H0010 Jun 11, 1992
149037/149049		Grumman S2F-1 Tracker
				Model G-89.  (MSN 743/756)  All sold to Brazilian AF.  Although part of the air force, the planes served aboard the
					aircraft carrier Minas Gerais.
				149037 (MSN 743) to Brazilian AF Dec 20, 1961 as P-16A FAB 7014.  Crashed at sea Sep 3, 1969 due to
					engine failure.
				149038 (MSN 744) to Brazilian AF Dec 28, 1961 as P-16A FAB 7015.  Converted to UP-16 in 1987.
					Now stored at Parque de Material Aeronáutico de São Paulo.  To private owner, Conchal, São Paulo, Brazil
				149039 (MSN 745) to Brazilian AF Jan 4, 1962 as P-16A FAB 7016.  At Museu Aeroespacial, Rio de
					Janeiro, Brazil.
				149040 (MSN 746) to Brazilian AF Dec 29, 1961 as P-16A FAB 7017.  Converted to UP-16 in
					1980 but kept P-16 designation on fin.  W/o Jun 4, 1988 at Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.
					To Brazilian Air Force Safety Lab, Brasilia, Brazil. Used as a training tool by students 
					learning the skill of aircraft accident investigation
				149041 (MSN 747) to Brazilian AF Jan 2, 1962 as P-16A FAB 7018.  W/o Dec 15, 1981 while landing 
					at Base Aerea de Santa Cruz.
				149042 (MSN 748) to Brazilian AF Jan 12, 1962 as P-16A FAB 7019.  W/o Jun 23, 1964 at Lagoa
					dos Quadros, Osorio
				149043 (MSN 749) to Brazilian aF Jan 4, 1942 as P-16A FAB 7020.  W/o Aug 30, 1971 aboard
					carrier Minas Gerais
				149044 (MSN 750) to Brazilian AF Jan 4, 1962 as P-16A FAB 7021.  First Brazilian Tracker
					to land on carrier Minas Gerais Jun 22, 1965.  Converted to UP-16 1981.  Stored at 
					Parque de Material Aeronáutico de São Paulo.  Preserved PAMA/SP at Campo de Marte, São Paulo, Brazil
				149045 (MSN 751) to Brazilian AF Jan 4, 1962 as P-16A FAB 7022.  Crashed at sea near
					at Base Aerea de Santa Cruz Jan 28, 1969
				149046 (MSN 752) to Brazilian AF Jan 5, 1962 as P-16A FAB 7023.  Converted to UP-16
					in 1987  Now stored at Parque de Material Aeronáutico de São Paulo 
				149047 (MSN 753) to Brazilian AF Jan 5, 1962 as P-16A FAB 7024.  Converted to UP-16
					in 1975  At the Command Aviation School, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Used for instructional purposes.  
					Now stored at Parque de Material Aeronáutico de São Paulo 
				149048 (MSN 754) to Brazilian AF Jan 8, 1962 as P-16A FAB 7025.  Converted to UP-16
					in 1977  Now stored at Parque de Material Aeronáutico de São Paulo 
				149049 (MSN 755) to Brazilian AF Jan 10, 1962 as P-16A FAB 7026.  W/o Apr 16, 1980 aboard
					carrier Minas Gerais  
149050/149069		Piper UO-1 
				Piper PA-23-250 Aztec purchased by Navy - later redesignated U-11A.
				149050 (MSN 27-259) to N8047Y, cancelled Mar 22, 1989
				149051 (MSN 27-264) to civil registry as N8069Y, C of R expired
				149052 (MSN 27-268) to MASDC as 4U0002 Nov 23, 1976.  Aug 30, 1983 to Utah
					Technical Collage, SLC, UT
				149053 (MSN 27-275)  to N456HC, registered to US Navy Jun 17, 1981, cancelled May 8, 1995 as "destroyed"
				149054 (MSN 27-280) 
				149055 (MSN 27-286) to USMC.  To civil registry as N559JT, current
				149056 (MSN 27-291) 
				149057 (MSN 27-298) 
				149058 (MSN 27-304) 
				149059 (MSN 27-311) to civil registry as N8063G, cancelled Jun 14, 2013
				149060 (MSN 27-316) to civil registry as N83820
				149061 (MSN 27-328) to N5076G registered to Civil Air Patrol Oct 6, 1982, cancelled Sep 19, 1984
				149062 (MSN 27-333) to N5076B, cancelled
				149063 (MSN 27-337) to N5076H, cancelled Dec 10, 2012
				149064 (MSN 27-342) to civil registry Aug 21, 1986 as N8043T.  Cancelled Oct 24, 2013
				149065 (MSN 27-347) to MASDC Nov 22, 1976 as 4U0001.  Oct 30, 1983
					to Cochise Community College, Douglas, AZ.  Still there in May 2002.
				149066 (MSN 27-352) to civil registry as N90288 with JAX Navy
					Flying Club.  Registration cancelled Aug 27, 2004 as destroyed
				149067 (MSN 27-357) to MASDC Nov 23, 1976 as 4U0003.  To Pima Air 
					and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ Jan 7, 1983.
				149068 (MSN 27-362) to MASDC as 4U0004 Nov 23, 1976.  Oct 30, 1983
					to Cochise Community College, Douglas, AZ
				149069 (MSN 27-364) became N2838C with Navy North Island Flying
					Club.  Registration cancelled by FAA Oct 29, 2003 as destroyed.
149070/149081		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune 
				MSN 726-7270/7281.  For RAAF under MDAP in 1962.  All operated by 10 (M/R) Sqn at Townsville, QLD
				149070 to RAAF Feb 28, 1962 as A89-270.  Sold for scrap 11/77.
				149071 to RAAF Feb 7, 1962 as A89-271.  Sold for scrap 11/77.
				149072 to RAAF Feb 7, 1962 as A89-272.  
					In 1977 installed as gate guard at RAAF Base, Townsville.  Damaged by Cyclone Yasi Feb 3, 2012 and
					removed from gate guard and stored at Townsville.  Used as a source of spare parts in the restoration of the 
					less damaged A79-280 which replaced it as gate guard 10/2012.
					Aug 26, 2015 offered for disposal via Tender.
					02/2016 donated to HARS. To be displayed at their Parkes, NSW museum
				149073 to RAAF Feb 7, 1962 as A89-273.
					Sold on commercial market Jan 1978.  Registered as VH-IOY with Historical Aircraft
					Restoration Society at Nowra, NSW and on display and flying.
				149074 to RAAF Mar 6, 1962 as A89-274. Retired from RAAF service in May 1977 when it was placed in 
					storage at Townsville awaiting disposal. Sold for scrap 11/77.
				149075 to RAAF Mar 8, 1962 as A89-275.  Allocated Sep 1977 to RAAF Museum, Point Cook, Vic. 
				149076 to RAAF Apr 2, 1962 as A89-276.  At Townsville, Qld.  Sold to
					Confederate Air Force for spares.  Broken up by Curtain Brothers at Townsville
				149077 to RAAF Apr 3, 1962 as A89-277.  Since Jan 1978, at Mareeba, Qld on static
					display in Sid Beck collection.  As A89-277 noted on display in January 
					2017 at the Queensland Air Museum, Caloundra, Australia 
				149078 to RAAF Apr 3, 1962 as A89-278.  Sold for scrap 11/77.  Broken up at Laverton 1978.
				149079 to RAAF Apr 26, 1962 as A89-279.  In 1978 put on display at Dubbo Military Museum, NSW.  Trucked to Mudgee NSW
					Jul 2013 for restoration to possible airworthiness.
				149080 to RAAF May 5, 1962 as A89-280.  In 1977 put on display at parade ground at RAAF Base Townsville, Qld.
					Damaged by cyclone Yasi Feb 2012.  Repaired at Townsville using parts from A89-272.  Nov 2012 became
					gate guard at Townsville.
				149081 to RAAF May 2, 1962 as A89-281.  From 1978 to 1989 displayed at Chewing Gum Field Museum, QLD.  Sold to
					Australian Flying Museum, Archerfield Aerodrom, Brisbane, and in Jul 2000 sold to AeroCorp, Australia but
					aircraft remained in Brisbane.  Was going to become VH-NEP but not taken up.  Noted lying on its belly at 
					Archerfield, Australia Nov 8, 2002. Donated in Aug 2003 to Historical Aircraft Restoration Society of Albion 
					Park, NSW and used as a spares source for HARS's other two Neptunes.   In 2014 was on static display at HARS
					Not to be confused with A89-281 there is a second Neptune with the registration VH-NEP. It is also owned by 
					AeroCorp Australia Pty Ltd.  It is not an ex-RAAF example but ex-USN Bu.No. 145921 imported in 11/1988
					Converted to a tanker for fire fighting duties. Registered VH-NEP in 02/1999 
					Apart from a couple of test drops in 2003 it has been inactive, stored at Cunderdin, WA 
149082/149087		Sikorsky HSS-1N Seabat 
				To Italy under MAP as MM149082/MM149087.  Redesignated SH-34J in 1962.
149088			Piasecki HUP-3 Retriever 
				Piasecki Helicopter Corporation PV-18.  Formerly USAF H-25A 51-16641.  Redesignated UH-25C in 1962.
149089/149130		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune 
				Model 726-45-14.  Assembled by Kawasaki for Japan Maritime Self Defense Force
				149089	2001	JMSDF 4617	Scrapped
				149090	2002	JMSDF 4618	Preserved Kanoya Naval Air Base Museum
				149091	2003	JMSDF 4619	Withdrawn from use
				149092	2004	JMSDF 4620	Scrapped
				149093	2005	JMSDF 4621	W/o Feb 6, 1962 in crash off Samekado, Japan.  10 crew lost
				149094	2006	JMSDF 4622	Scrapped
				149095	2007	JMSDF 4623	Withdrawn from use
				149096	2008	JMSDF 4624	Withdrawn from use
				149097	2009	JMSDF 4625	Withdrawn from use
				149098	2010	JMSDF 4626	Withdrawn from use
				149099	2011	JMSDF 4627	Withdrawn from use
				149100	2012	JMSDF 4628	W/o Sep 3, 1962
				149101	2013	JMSDF 4629	Scrapped
				149102	2014	JMSDF 4630	Scrapped
				149103	2015	JMSDF 4631	Scrapped
				149104	2016	JMSDF 4632	Withdrawn from use
				149105	2017	JMSDF 4633	Withdrawn from use
				149106	2018	JMSDF 4634	Withdrawn from use
				149107	2019	JMSDF 4635	Withdrawn from use
				149108	2020	JMSDF 4636	Withdrawn from use
				149109	2021	JMSDF 4637	Modified as the P2V-7KAI prototype of the P-2J, reserialled  as 4701. Preserved
				149110	2022	JMSDF 4638	Withdrawn from use
				149111	2023	JMSDF 4639	Withdrawn from use
				149112	2024	JMSDF 4640	Withdrawn from use
				149113	2025	JMSDF 4641	Withdrawn from use
				149114	2026	JMSDF 4642	Withdrawn from use
				149115	2027	JMSDF 4643	Withdrawn from use
				149116	2028	JMSDF 4644	Withdrawn from use
				149117	2029	JMSDF 4645	Withdrawn from use
				149118	2030	JMSDF 4646	Withdrawn from use
				149119	2031	JMSDF 4647	Scrapped
				149120	2032	JMSDF 4648	Withdrawn from use
				149121	2033	JMSDF 4649	Withdrawn from use
				149122	2034	JMSDF 4650	W/o Jul 26, 1972
				149123	2035	JMSDF 4651	W/o Jul 16, 1971
				149124	2036	JMSDF 4652	Withdrawn from use
				149125	2037	JMSDF 4653	Withdrawn from use
				149126	2038	JMSDF 4654	Withdrawn from use
				149127	2039	JMSDF 4655	Modified as a variable stability research aircraft. Withdrawn from use
				149128	2040	JMSDF 4656	Withdrawn from use
				149129	2041	JMSDF 4657	W/o Jun 1, 1965
				149130	2042	JMSDF 4658	Withdrawn from use
149131/149133		Sikorsky HSS-1N Seabat 
				for MAP.  Redesignated SH-34J in 1962.
				149131 (MSN 581373) to Netherlands Navy as 138.  SOC 24Jun70; Returned to US Military Assistance 
					Advisory Group (MAAG), Netherlands; Sold by the Defense Supply Agency, Wiesbaden, West Germany, 
					July 1973; Groban Supply Co. Inc., Chicago, IL; Carson Helicopters, Inc., 
					Perkasie, PA September 1973; Registered N59331 16Dec74, cancelled 29Oct14
				149132 (MSN 581374) to Netherlands Navy as 139.  Ditched in Moray Firth Oct 25, 1961.
				149133 (MSN 581375) to Netherlands Navy as 140.  Ditched near Gibraltar Jan 31, 1963.
149134/149227		Vought F8U-2NE Crusader 
				Redesignated F-8E in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC/AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				149134 Ca.1961: TOS USN.
					7/6/62: Redesignated F-8E.
					By 5/65: Fighter Squadron 174 (VF-174), NAS Cecil Field, FL.
					By 11/66: Marine All Weather Fighter Squadron 232 [VMF (AW)-232], MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI.
					12/66: Deployed to  Da Nang Air Base, South Vietnam.
					7/15/67: with VMF(AW)-232 Damaged beyond repair in a VC mortar and rocket attack on Da Nang AB.
					Unknown date: Tillamook Air Museum, Tillamook, OR, Cockpit section only.
					By 11/88: National Museum of Naval Aviation, NAS Pensacola, FL. Cockpit only.
					Note: Some sources say this cockpit has been loaned to USS Midway Museum but this cannot 
						be true since USS Midway's unit is there the same time this one is at NNAM. The 
						item at USS Midway is a bare metal cockpit trainer and has somehow been mis-identified 
						as the same BuNo as this cockpit section.
				149135 1964: VF-162 as AH-2xx.   9/21/1964: Crashed at sea off USS Hancock CV-19
				149136 (MSN 933) Upgraded to F-8J.  1975: VFP-63 as PP-661 NAS Miramar, CA
					To AMARC as 2F0336 Nov 6, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jul 13, 1984.
				149137 Upgraded to F-8J.  Transferred to VF-194 as NM-210.  Transferred to VF-211 as NP-114, 1972.
					Transferred to VFP-63 as PP-667, 1973.
					Crashed into the sea while attempting to land on USS Lexington CV-16 October 24, 1973
				149138 1964-65: VF-103 as AJ-204.  1967: VF-51 as NF-101
					(VF-51 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19))shot down by AAA 210 mi NE of Vinh May 17, 1967.
					Pilot ejected and became POW.  Believed that he was tortued to death by his captors.
				149139 VMF(AW)-235 as DB-5.  1962: VF-51 as NF-xxx.  1964: VMF(AW)-323 as WS-15.
					1965: VMF(AW)-312 as DR-13.   1970: VF-51 as NF-111.  1972: VF-301 as ND-107.
					1974: VF-24 as NP-211.  1975: VF-194 as NM-xxx.
					Apr 8, 1975: Crashed on the NAS Fallon Gunnery Range, NV due to engine failure.
				149140 1963: VF-51 as NF-101.  10/26/1965: Written off.
				149141 1961-62: VF-51 as NF-102.  1964: VF-53 as NF-2xx
					(VF-53) crashed into sea after bad catapult launch from USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)
					in Gulf of Tonkin Nov 1, 1964.  Pilot killed.
				149142 1961-62: VF-51 as NF-103.  1965: VF-51 as NF-103.  1966: VF-51. 1966: VMF(AW)-235
					(VMF(AW)-235) shot down by small arms fire Quang Nagi Province, South Vietnam Feb 2, 1966.  Pilot ejected 
					and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				149143 VF-51 as NF-104.  Upgraded to F-8J.  1967: VX-4 as XF-55.  1970: VF-51 as NF-105.  1971-73: VF-191 as NM-100.
					Jul 8, 1975: Struck off charge at NAS North Island, CA
				149144 (VF-11) crashed during Mediterranean cruise off USS Franklin D Roosevelt (CVA-42) due to possible
					oil pressure failure Dec 11, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
				149145 (MSN 942) VF-103 as AJ-205.  VMF-333 as DN-1.  1968: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8J.  VF-194 as NM-204.
					1972: VF-24 as NP-203..  To MASDC Nov 7, 1975.  Transferred to USAF inventory as PCN FC017 Nov 3, 1987
					Returned to US Navy inventory as PCN 2F440 Apr 25, 1990.  To French Navy for spare parts Aug 9 1990.
				149146 1964-65: VF-11.  1967: VF-211 as NP-111.\  1967-68: VF-194 as NM-414.
					1/13/1969: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA
				149147 1965-66: VF-51 as NF-105  1966: VF-162 as AH-212.  1967: VF-53 as NF-2xx.   (VF-53) arrester gear failed on 
					landing on USS Hancock (CVA-19) Mar 25, 1967 and aircraft slid 
					off deck into Gulf of Tonkin water and sank.  Pilot killed.
				149148 1965: VMF(AW)-212 as WD-105.  1966: VF-194 as NM-408
					(VF-194 attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) shot down by SA-2 10 mi N of Qui Chau Nghe AN 
					Province, NVN Dec 14, 1966.  Pilot KIA
				149149 (MSN 946) VF-51 as NF-103.  1967: VF-51.  Upgraded to F-8J.  1975: VF-24 as NP-201 and NP-205. 
					 To MASDC from VFP-63 NAS Miramar, CA Mayu 10, 1976.  Transferred to USAF inventory as PCN FC031 Nov 3, 1987.  
					Returned to US Navy inventory Apr 25, 1990 as 2F0445.  To French Navy for apares Oct 22, 1990.
				149150 1964-65: VF-11 as AB-209.  1967: VF-211 as NP-101.  Upgraded to F-8J.  VF-191 as NM-114.\  1971: VF-124.
					2/26/1971: Crashed near NAS Miramar, CA? Repaired
					Put on display at Aviation Heritage Park at NAS Oceana, VA, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				149151 (MSN 948) 1963: VF-51 as NF-106.  1965-66: VF-53 as NF-227   1967: VF-162 as AH-211.
					Upgraded to F-8J.  To MASDC as 2F301 Jun 27, 1975.  SOC Nov 4, 1975.
				149152 1963: VF-51 as NF-109.  1965-66: VF-51 as NF-109.  1966: VF-211 as NP-100.
					(VF-211 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) damaged by AAA and brought down by MiG-17 gunfire 
					Jun 21, 1966 15 mi SW of Lang Son Province, NVN.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				149153 VF-51 as NF-110.  1965: VMF(AW)-212 as WD-111.  1966: VF-53 as NF-2xx.
					Nov 9, 1966: Crashed near MCAS El Toro, CA
				149154 1961-63: VF-51 as NF-107.  VMF(AW)-235 as DB-9.  VMF(AW)-235 as DB-19.
					1966: VMF(AW)-235 as DB-1.  1966: VF-51.  Upgraded to F-8J.
					1969-70: VF-194 as NM-211.
					Feb 2, 1970: Crashed into the sea off San Clemente Island, CA after a collision with F-8J 150852.
				149155 1964: VF-51 as NF-1xx.  1967: VF-51.  Upgraded to F-8J.  1969-70: VF-51 as NF-100.  VF-191 as NM-xxx.
					1975: VFP-63 as PP-671.
				149156 (VF-11) crashed off USS Franklin D. Roosevelt CV-42 during Mediterranean cruise Oct 17, 1962. 
					 Pilot ejected.
				149157 SOC
				149158 Assigned to VF-11 as AB-207, 1964-1965.  Transferred to VF-53 as NF-206, 1967-1968
					(VF-53 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) was unable to refuel from A-4 tanker due 
					to technical malfunction and ran out of fuel over Gulf of Tonkin Jun 25, 1968.
					Pilot forced to eject.  Pilot rescued.
				149159  1966: VF-162 as AH-210.  Oct 9, 1966: Credited with shooting down a MiG-21 over Vietnam.
					1967: VF-162 as AH-210.  1967: VF-51.  Upgraded to F-8J.  VFP-63 as PP-666.  1973: VFP-63 as PP-xxx.
					Jul 10, 1973: Crashed near San Felipe, Mexico.
				149160 VF-124 crashed 23 Apr 1964 near NAS Miramar, CA.  Pilot ok
				149161 1962: VF-11.  1964-65: VF-11 as AB-208.  VF-14?  1966: VF-124.  4/28/1966: Crashed near NAS Miramar, CA.
				149162 (VF-124) crashed Jun 27, 1962.
				149163 1964: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8J.   VF-24 as NP-212.  1975: VF-194 as NM-203.
					7/28/1975: Crashed while landing on USS Hancock CVA-19 during operations off Hawaii.
				149164 1964: VF-124.  Upgraded to F-8J.  VF-121 as NJ-401.  1968-70: NATC as 164.
					With NATC at NAS Patuxent River in early 1970s.  4/31/1974: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.
				149165 1964: VF-124.  1968: VF-194 as NM-401
					(VF-194 attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) collided with A-4F BuNo 155002 during air 
					combat maneuvering practice over Gulf of Tonkin Jul 4, 1968.  Both pilots ejected safely and 
					were recovered.
				149166 1962: VF-33 as AF-200.  1963: VF-174 as AD-202.  1965: VF-13 as AK-1xx.
					Jan 7, 1965: Crashed at sea off USS Shangri La CV-38
				149167 1963: VF-174 as AD-232.  VF-174 as AD-200.  1965: VF-174 as AD-xxx.  4/23/1965: Written off
				149168 (VF-194) crashed while landing on USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31) in Gulf of Tonkin Sep 25, 1965.  
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				149169 1965: VF-51.  1966: VF-211 as NP-100(VF-211 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) hit by ground fire
					near Non Me Island/Thanh Hoa over North Vietnam May 23, 1966 but made it to 
					Gulf of Tonkin.  Had hydraulic failure and could not land on carrier.  Pilot ejected and was 
					rescued by Navy helicopter.
				149170 1962-63: VF-33 as AF-201.  1964-65: VF-11 as AB-211.  1967: ? as AH-214.  VF-11 as AB-200.
					Upgraded to F-8J.  1970: VF-191 as NM-xxx.
					1971: VF-191 as NM-112 NAS Miramar, CA  To MASDC as 2F270 Oct 10, 1973.  To Aerojet, Sacramento, CA May 14, 1982..
						1988: Sold to the French Navy for spare parts
				149171 1964-65: VF-11 as AB-209.  1967: VMF(AW)-232.
					(VMF(AW)-232) ran out of fuel over South Vietnam Mar 17, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				149172 1964-65: VF-11.  Upgraded to F-8J.  1969: VF-53 as NF-205  (VF-53, F-8J attached to USS Bon Homme 
					Richard (CVA-31)) lost over Gulf of Tonkin to possible 
					engine failure Sep 27, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				149173 1966: VMF(AW)-235 as DB-4.  Upgraded to F-8J.  1968: VMF(AW)-235.
					(VMF(AW)-235) shot down by ground fire near DMV, SVN May 3, 1968.  Pilot KIA
				149174 VF-13.  1964-65: VF-11.  1966: VF-174.  Upgraded to F-8J.   VF-162 as AH-xxx.
					7/1982: Sent to be a target on the Indian Springs Range, NV
				149175 (MSN 972) 1967: VMF-333 as DN-00.   1968: VF-211 as NP-103.  Upgraded to F-8J.
					1971: VF-194 as NM-204  To MASDC as 2F262 Sep 27, 1973.  To Indian Sprigs, NV Aug 19, 1982 as range target
				149176 1963: VF-141 as NK-102.  1964-65: VF-53 as NF-229.
					(VF-53) while landing aboard USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14) tailhook did not catch and aircraft went 
					over the side and sank Nov 30, 1965.  Pilot and LSO killed.
				149177 Upgraded to F-8J.  1967: VF-53 as NF-210.   1971: VF-194 as NM-206.
					Jul 8, 1975: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA.
				149178 (VF-33) crshed into sea off USS Enterprise CVN-65 during operational CAP flight to intercept unknown aircraft Nov 25, 1962.
					Pilot killed.
				149179 (VF-51 as NF-106) hit ramp during landing on USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14) in Gulf of Tonkin Apr 14, 1966.  
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				149180 1962-63: VF-141 as NK-104.  1966: VF-111 as AH-105   1969-70: VF-211 as NP-112.
					Upgraded to F-8J.   1972: VF-191 as NM-103.  To AMARC as 2F0297 Oct 1, 1987.
				149181 1966: VMF(AW)-232.  5/27/1966: Crashed in Hawaii.
				149182 (MSN 979) 1963: VF-33 as AF-205.  VF-194 as NM-410.  Upgraded to F-8J.  1970-71: VF-194 as NM-213.
					1973: VF-194 as NM-202.  1975: VF-194 as NM-xxx   To MASDC as 2F0302 Jul 8, 1975
				149183 1963: VF-124.  Crashed 15 Jun 1963 near NAS Cecil Fd, FL.  Pilot OK
				149184 (VF-191 attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) shot down by ground fire 5 mi S of Tho Son, Nghe An 
					Province, North Vietnam.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				149185 (MSN 982) 1962: VF-141 as NK-106.  1966: VF-111 as AH-104.  1968: VF-194 as xx-420.  Upgraded to F-8J.
					1974: VFP-63 as PP-600.  1974: VFP-63 as PP-663.  1975: VFP-63 as PP-660.NAS Miramar, CA.  
					To MASDC as 2F342 Nov 20, 1975. SOC Oct 6, 1976.  To Indian Springs, NV as range target.
				149186 VMF(AW)-232 as WT-8.  Upgraded to F-8J.  1968-69: VF-53.  1970: VF-211 as NP-111.
					1971: VF-211 as NP-112.  1973: VF-211 as NP-xxx.  7/26/1973: Crashed at sea off USS Hancock CV-19 due to engine failure
				149187 1963: VF-141 as NK-107.  1964-65: VF-53 as NF-225.  Upgraded to F-8J.  VF-24.   1970: VF-194 as NM-214.
					1975: VF-194 as NM-204.  1975: VF-194 as NM-214.
					7/29/1975: Crashed while landing on USS Hancock CV-19 during operations off Hawaii
				149188 (VF-33) suffered catapult failure off USS Enterprise (CVAN-65) Jul 1, 1962 in Gulf of Mexico.  
					Pilot ejected but could not be recovered.  His body was found in 1994.
				149189 1963: VF-33 as AF-208.  VF-51 as NF-104.  1967: VF-51.
					(VF-51) shot down by ground fire 20 mi NE of Vinh, NGhe An Province, North Vietnam.  
					Pilot ejected and became POW. Pilot died in captivity.
				149190 1965: VMF(AW)-212 as WD-1xx.  1968: VMF(AW)-235 as DB-1.  Upgraded to F-8J. 1972: VF-191 as NM-104.
					1973: VF-191 as NM-xxx.
					9/23/1973: Crashed into the sea off San Diego, CA while attempting to land on USS Oriskany CVA-34.
				149191 VF-33 as AF-210.  1965: VMF(AW)-235.  Nov 7, 1965: Crashed near Ridgeland, SC
				149192 1962: VMF(AW)-323.  1964: VMF(AW)-122 as DC-15.  1965: VMF(AW)-212 as WD-111.
					1967: VF-51 as NF-1xx.   (VF-51) hit carrier ramp while landing on USS Hancock (CVA-19) in Gulf of Tonkin 
					Feb 11, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				149193 1964-65: VF-11 as AB-201.  VF-211 as NP-104.  1967: VF-162 as AH-211.  May 6, 1967: Written off.
				149194 1962: VMF(AW)-323 as WS-1.  1964: VMF(AW)-323 as WS-7. 1967: VMF(AW)-235
					(VMF(AW)-235) suffered engine failure near Da Nang AB, South Vietnam  Jun 4, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				149195 Assigned to VMF(AW)-312 as DR-9.   Transferred to VF-191 as NM-112, 1966.
					Transferred to VF-191 as NM-108, 1966-1967.  Transferred to VF-162 as AH-207, 1967.  Upgraded to F-8J.
					Transferred to VF-53 as NF-203, 1969-1970. Transferred to VF-211 as NP-102, 1971-1974.
					Crashed on take-off from NAS El Centro, CA, November 9, 1974
				149196 Assigned to VMF(AW)-323 as WS-3, 1964.  Transferred to VMF(AW)-235 as DB-16, 1966.  Upgraded to F-8J.
					Transferred to VF-51 as NF-112, 1970.  Transferred to VF-194 as NM-xxx, 1971.
					Crashed while landing on USS Hancock CVA-19 off Hawaii, April 4, 1971
				149197 VMF(AW)-232.  Upgraded to F-8J.  1970: VF-51 as NF-101.  1971: VF-211 as NP-1xx.
					(VF-211) hit carrier ramp during landing on USS Hancock (CVA-19), Gulf of
					Tonkin Feb 5, 1971.  Pilot survived.
				149198 VF-62.  1964; VMF(AW)-122 as DC-19.  1965: VMF(AW)-212 as WD-1x
					(VMF(AW)-212) lost during ramp strike while landing on USS Oriskany (CVA-34) in Gulf of Tonkin 
					Oct 17, 1965.  Pilot ejected safely and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				149199 (MSN 996) 1964: VMF(AW)-323 as WS-6.  1966-67: VMF(AW)-235 as DB-10.  VF-53.
					Upgraded to F-8J.  VF-191.  1972: VF-211 as NP-100.  1975: VF-194 as NM-213.
					To MASDC as 2F312 from VF-191 NAS Miramar, CA Sep 5, 1975.  SOC Nov 4, 1975.  
					To Indian Springs, NV as range target.
				149200 (VMF(AW)-323) On flight from MCAS El Toro to MCAS Kaneohe Bay, aircraft attempted to refuel from a 
					GV-1 tanker, 600 nm from California coast; faulty fuel cutoff mechanism caused aircraft to catch fire & 
					flameout Jun 18, 1963; pilot ejected & was recovered by a Navy destroyer with only minor injury;
				149201 (MSN 998) 1967-68: VF-191 as NM-115.  Upgraded to F-8J.  1970-72: VF-191 as NM-101.  1972: VF-24 as NP-200.
					VMF(AW)-235..  To MASDC from VF-24 as 2F404 Apr 23, 1976.  Transferred to USAF inventory as PCN FC029 Nov 3, 1987.  
					Returned to US Navy inventory Apr 25, 1990 as 2F0444.  To French Navy for spares Oct 22, 1990.
				149202 1964-65: VF-11.  1969: VF-162 as AH-204.  Upgraded to F-8J.  VF-174.
					1970: VF-211 as NP-xxx(VF-211) hit ramp of USS Hancock CVA-19 off coast of Pearl Harbor, broke into 
					two sections and skidded in flames down the flight deck.  Pilot ejected but was killed.
				149203 Redesignated F-8E in 1962.   Assigned to VF-124.   Transferred to VF-162, 1965.   Transferred to VF-51, 1966.
					Transferred to VF-162, 1966-1967.  At some point was CAG Bird of VF-162 on USS Oriskany CVA-34 in 1966/67.
					Coded as AH-200.  Upgraded to F-8J.  Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA, June 17, 1974
				149204 (MSN 1001) 1966: VMF(AW)-235 as DB-6.  Upgraded to F-8J.  1970: VF-194 as NM-202.
					1973: VF-301 as ND-101.  To MASDC as 2F340  Nov 12, 1975.   Transferred to USAF inventory as PCN F019 Nov 3, 1987.
					Returned to US Navy inventory as 2F441 Apr 25, 1990.  To French Navy for spares Aug 9, 1990
				149205 (MSN 1002) 1963: VF-33 as AF-207.  1964-65: VF-11 as AB-210.  1967-68: VF-191 as NM-105.
					Upgraded to F-8J.  VF-211.  1971: VF-191 as NM-105.  1975: VF-191 as NM-xxx NAS Miramar, CA
					To AMARC as 2F0303 Jul 8, 1975.  SOC Oct 6, 1976
				149206 1963: VF-33 as AF-211.   1964: VF-174 crashed 14 Jul 1964 near NAS Cecil Field, FL.  Pilot ok
				149207 (MSN 1004) 1965-66: VF-162 as AH-235.  Upgraded to F-8J.  VF-301.
					1975: VFP-63 as PP-675 NAS Miramar, CA.   To MASDC as 2F0329 Oct 28, 1975.  SOC Oct 6, 1976
				149208 1964-65: VF-11.  1966: VF-124.  Apr 4, 1966: Crashed near NAS Miramar, CA.
				149209 (VMF(AW)-232) suffered engine failure and crashed into sea off Da Nang AB,
					South Vietnam Jun 20, 1967.  Pilot ejected but was killed.
				149210 (MSN 1007) Assigned to VF-124, 1962.  Transferred to VF-141, 1962-1963.Transferred to VF-53, 1963-1964.
					Transferred to VF-211 as NP-110, 1964-1966. Transferred to VMF(AW)-235, 1966-1968.  1968: Upgraded to F-8J, 1968.
					Transferred to VF-124, 1969-1970.  Transferred to VF-211, 1970-1975. Recoded as NP-112, 1971.
					Transferred to VF-194 as NM-211 1975-1976 NAS Fallon, NV.  To MASDC as 2F383 Mar 11, 1976.  
					Transferred to USAF Inventory as PCN FC023.
					Returned to US Navy inventory Apr 25, 1990 as 2F0442.  To French Havy as spares Oct 22, 1990
					Cockpit preserved at the home of a private citizen in Saint Priest, France.  
				149211 1964-65: VF-211 as NP-108.  1966: VF-51.  1966: VF-111 as AH-112.  Upgraded to F-8J.
					1969: VF-211 as NP-1xx.  (VF-211) hit carrier ramp during landing on USS Hancock (CVA-19), Gulf of
					Tonkin Nov 28, 1969.  Pilot survived.
				149212 VMF-235.   VMF-122 as DC-15.  1967: VMF(AW)-232 as WT-11. Upgraded to F-8J.  1969: VF-124.
					'NJ-412' VF-124 collided with VMFA-513 F-4B 150473 over the Anza-Borrego Desert Park, CA, 22Nov69. 
					The F-8J was struck on the lower rear fuselage and broke up in mid-air, while the F-4B received severe 
					damage to the forward cockpit area. The pilot of the F-8 and the F-4 RIO ejected and received minor injuries. 
					The Phantom impacted the ground and exploded. Killing the pilot.
				149213 1966: VF-191 as NM-108.  1967: VMF(AW)-232  (VMF(WA)-232) hit by ground fire over Vinh Linh, Quang Binh 
					Province, SVN.  Pilot tried to make it out
					out to sea but crashed.  Pilot KIA.
				149214 1962: VMF-122 as DC-3.  1966: VF-51.  Upgraded to F-8J(VF-53 attached to USS  Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) 
					suffered engine explosion over Gulf of Tonkin Aug 2, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				149215 (MSN 1012) 1962: VMF-122 as DC-4.  1967: VF-53 as NF-207.  Upgraded to F-8J.  VF-194.  1971: VF-191 as NM-115.
					VF-24.  1973-75: VF-211 as NP-104.  To MASDC from VF-211 PP-663 as 2F408 May 19, 1976.  
					Transferred to USAF inventory as PCN FC032 Nov 3, 1987.  Returned to US Navy inventory Apr 25, 1990 as 2F0439.  
					To French Navy for spares Aug 9, 1990
				149216 (MSN 1013) VMF(AW)-235 as DB-12.Upgraded to F-8J.  VF-194 as NM-201.  1970-71: VF-211 as NP-114.
					To MASDC as 2F267 Oct 1 1973.  To Indian Springs, NV as range target Aug 20, 1982
				149217 (VF-124) crashed while during carrier qualifications on USS Midway (CVA-41) off California coast Jun 2, 1967.
				149218 (MSN 1015) 1964-70: NATC as 218.  Converted to NF-8E.  To MASDC as 2F251 Nov 16, 1971.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Jul 6, 1979.  
					Seen at Alamagordo, NM in May 1996, fuselage gutted in fire damage.
				149219 (VF-124) crashed near Yuma, AZ Jun 26, 1967.  Pilot ejected safely.
				149220 (MSN 1017) 1962: VMF-122 as DC-5.  Upgraded to F-8J.  1970: VF-211 as NP-100.
					1972: VF-194 as NM-205.  1975: VF-211 as NP-105.  VFP-63 as PP-662 NAS Miramar, CA,  
					To MASDC as 2F406 May 5, 1976.  Transferred to USAF inventory as PCN FC030 Nov 3, 1987.
					To Mountain Home AFB, ID as range target Sep 21, 1995.  Plane marked as 149220 at MCAS Kaneohe Bay,
					HI is actually 146973.
				149221 VMF(AW)-235 as DB-10.  VF-124 as NJ-429.  Upgraded to F-8J.  1970: VF-24 as NP-200.
					VF-301 as ND-114.  1975: VFP-63 as PP-674.  Jun 11, 1975: Ditched into the sea off San Clemente Island, CA.
				149222 (MSN 1019) 1966: VF-111 as AH-105.  1968: VF-191 as NM-107.  Upgraded to F-8J.   1971: VF-194 as NM-212.
					1971: VF-124 as NJ-410.  1975: VF-194 as NM-210. NAS Fallon, NV
					to AMARC as 2F0313 Sep 5, 1975.  To UAC, Tucson, AZ
				149223 1965: VMF(AW)-235 as DB-11.  Struck off charge.
				149224 VMF(AW)-232 as WS-13.  1964: VMF(AW)-122.  Nov 12, 1964: Crashed in the Philippine Islands
				149225 (VMF(WA)-235 as DB-11) damaged by ground fire over South Vietnam.  Pilot headed for the coast and ejected 
					a few miles offshore and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				149226 Upgraded to F-8J.  1969: VF-51 as NF-1xx.(VF-51) hit carrier ramp while landing on USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)
					in Gulf of Tonkin May 9, 1969.  Pilot survived.
				149227 VF-141 as NK-110.  Upgraded to F-8J.  1968: VF-51 as NF-xxx.  Dec 1, 1968: Spun out and crashed near Yuma, AZ
149228/149256		Grumman S2F-3 Tracker
				Model G-121.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				149229 (MSN 71, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0414 Jul 21, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				149230 (MSN 72) leased to US Bureau of Customs Sep 28, 1971 as N6748, cancelled Dec 27, 1971.  In  July 1982 it 
					was stricken from USN records as 'service life completed'.  
					[interestingly this registration N6748 was reserved May 6, 1978 by a private individual, BK Paulson, 
					with an Oklahoma address – the FAA? Refer also to BuNo 149237 below]
				149231 (MSN 73, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0469 Mar 3, 1974.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				149232 (MSN 74, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0641 Oct 29, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				149233 (MSN 75, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0418  Aug 6, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				149234 (S-2D) to MASDC as 1S0128 Nov 16, 1966
				149235 (MSN 77, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0379 Nov 16, 1972.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				149236 (MSN 78, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0644 Nov 13, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				149237 (MSN 79) Registered N6742 Aug 5, 1976, cancelled Aug 18, 1976.  [interestingly this registration was 
					reserved Jul 14, 1976 by a private individual, BK Paulson, with an Oklahoma address – the FAA? 
					Normally, reservations are for 2 years]
				149238 (MSN 80, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0403 May 22, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				149239 (c/b 81, US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0651 Nov 16, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				149240 (MSN 82) on display at Naval Air Test and Evaluation Museum, Patuxent, MD since 1982, on loan from National
					Naval Aviation Museum.  Had been used at Naval Research Laboratory for meteorological and oceanographic research.
				149241 (MSN 83, S-2D) to MASDC as 1S0199 Dec 1, 1969
				149242 (MSN 84) US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0387 Jan 10, 1973. To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				149244 (S-2D) to MASDC as 1S0206 Dec 15, 1969
				149245 modified to ES-2D for special electronics operations and development work
				149246 to Venezuelan Navy as spares source.
				149247 (S-2D) to MASDC as 1S0200 Nov 30, 1969
				149249 (S-2D) to MASDC as 1S0194 Nov 4, 1969
				149250 (US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0649 Nov 16, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				149252 (VS-35 attached to USS Hornet (CVS-12)) lost off radar S of Bach Long Vi island Jan 22, 1966.
					4 crew MIA 
				149253 (S-2D) to MASDC as 1S0211 Jan 27, 1970 
				149254 (US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0600 Feb 13, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				149255 (S-2D) to MASDC as 1S0170 Nov 21, 1968.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Aug 2002
				149256 (S-2D) to MASDC as 1S0196 Nov 5, 1969
149257/149275		Grumman S2F-3S Tracker
				Model G-121. MSN 101C/119C.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				149258 (S-2E) to MASDC as 1S0404 May 25, 1973.
				149259 (MSN 103C) Stored at AMARC as 1S239 Aug 22, 1996.  Stored in contractor yard at MASDC.  
					Registered N501DF Aug 21, 1996, Tanker # California Department of Forestry and Fire 
					Protection (CAL FIRE).  By 1998 to USDA Forest Service.  Registration cancelled Sep 1, 1998. 
					Not converted.  Seen Jun 13, 2020 at McClellan Airport.
				149260 (S-2E, MSN 104C) to MASDC as 1S0218 Feb 19, 1970.  In 2011 was derelict in a compound 1 mi S of St 
					Augustine Airport, Florida.  Scrapped May 2011
				149261 (S-2E) to MASDC as 1S0227 Jun 26, 1970.  In 2011 was in a compound 1 mi S of St Augustine Airport, Florida
					Scrapped May 11, 2011.
				149262 (S-2E) to MASDC as 1S0405 May 26, 1973, returned to service.  To MASDC as 1S0442 Jan 24, 1974.
				149263 (MSN 107C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-263.  WFU Jul 9, 1994.  Preserved at Cengiz Topel Naval Air Station, Turkey
				149264 (S-2E) to MASDC as 1S0395 Apr 18, 1973.
				149265 (MSN 109C) registered N504DF Aug 21, 1996, Tanker # 78 California Department of Forestry and Fire 
					Protection (CAL FIRE).  Cancelled Sep 1, 1998. Converted to Marsh Aviation S2F-3T
					Registered N431DF as a S-2E Jul 11, 2000, current as a S-2F3AT
				149268 (MSN 112C) went from AMARC to US Forestry Commission and registered N505DF Aug 21, 
					1996, Tanker # 71	California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE).
					Cancelled Sep 1, 1998. Converted to Marsh Aviation S2F-3T.  Registered N432DF as a S-2E Aug 30, 2000, 
					registered as a S-2F3AT Jan 7, 2003, current
				149270 (MSN 114C, S-2E) to MASDC as 1S0226.  In 2011 was derelict in a compound 1 mi S of St Augustine Airport, Florida.
					Scrapped May 11, 2011.
				149273 registered N6192D to the National Museum of Naval Aviation Feb93, registered to Dennis Callahan Oct 4, 1993, 
					expired 31Dec 31, 2012.  
				149274 (VS-23, CVSG-55, USS Yorktown (CVS-10)) crashed Mar 17, 1968 in Gulf of Tonkin, off Vietnam.  4 killed.
				149275 (S-2E, MSN 119C) to MASDC as 1S0230 Jun 29, 1970.  To Turkish Navy as TCB-275.  WFU Sep 9, 1994.
149276/149299		North American A3J-1 Vigilante 
				MSN NA269-11/34.  Redesignated A-5A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				149276/149277 was A-5A-35-NH, 149278/149285 was A-5A-40-NH, 
					149286/149299 was A-5A-45-NH.
				149276/149281, 149283/149289, 149291, 149293, 149294 converted to 
					RA-5C and given new MSNs of NA296-55/70
				149295/149299 converted to RA-5C and kept original MSNs.
				149276 (MSN NA269-11) Delivered to the United States Navy, June 1962.  Assigned to VAH-7, 1962-1963.
					Coded as AF-706 and later as AF-703.  Transferred to VAH-3, 1963-1964.  Transferred to RVAH-3, 1964.
					Converted to RA-5C, December 1965.  Transferred to RVAH-6, 1965.  Transferred to RVAH-11, 1966-1967.
					Coded as AA-601.  Transferred to VS-23, 1968.  Transferred to RVAH-14, 1968-1970.  Coded as AB-602.
					Transferred to RVAH-7, 1970-1972.  Coded as NH-603.  Recoded as AA-603, 1971.
					Recoded as NH-603, 1972.  Transferred to RVAH-13, 1973-1974.  Coded as NE-603.
					1975: Transferred to RVAH-12, 1975.  Coded as AG-602.   Transferred to RVAH-7, 1976.
					Struck off charge at NAS Key West, FL, July 31, 1976.
				149277 (MSN NA269-12) 6/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-7.  1963-64: VAH-3.
					1964: RVAH-3.   9/1965: Converted to RA-5C.  1965: RVAH-9.  1967: RVAH-13.  1968: RVAH-9.
					1968: RVAH-3.  1968: RVAH-1.  1969: RVAH-14.  1970: RVAH-7.  1970: RVAH-3 as GJ-306 NAS Sanford, FL
					5o MASDC as 4A0020 Mar 30, 1972.  Transferred to USAF inventory as AA0005 Apr 22, 1986.  
					To Tolicha Peak, NV May 28, 1986 as range target
				149278 (MSN NA269-13) 5/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-7 as AF-705.  1962-63: VAH-7 as AE-705.
					1963-64: VAH-3.  1964: RVAH-3.  1965: RVAH-7 as AA-506.  1/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1966: RVAH-12.
					1966: RVAH-13.  1966: RVAH-11.  1967-68: RVAH-1 as NG-102.
					(RVAH-1 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) shot down by ground fire over Ha Tinh Province, 
					North Vietnam May 5, 1968.  Both crew ejected and became POW.
				149279 (MSN NA269-14) 5/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-7 as AE-706.  1963: VAH-7 as AF-706.
					1964: RVAH-3.   Converted to RA-5C? Or not?  RVAH-7?   RVAH-14.
					Sep 3, 1965: Crashed into the sea off USS America CV-66 after a ramp strike
				149280 (MSN NA269-15) 6/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962-63: VAH-7 as AF-7xx.  1963: VAH-3.
					9/1965: Converted to RA-5C.  1965: RVAH-9.  RVAH-7 as NH-602.  1967: RVAH-3 as GJ-205.
					Sep 9, 1968: Crashed at sea off USS Ranger  CV-61
				149281 (MSN NA269-16) 6/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962-63: VAH-7 as AE-708.  1964: VAH-3.
					1966: RVAH-3.  5/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1967: RVAH-7.  1969: RVAH-12.  1969: RVAH-5.
					1969: RVAH-12 as AG-xx2.  1971-73: RVAH-7 as NH-602.  1973: RVAH-3.
 					To MASDC as 4A0028 Jan 10, 1974.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 13, 1978.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM 
				149282 (MSN NA269-17) 6/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.
					1962-63: VAH-7 as AF-709. Or AE-xxx at the time?    2/20/1963: Crashed into the Atlantic off USS Enterprise CVN-65
				149283 (MSN NA269-18) 7/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962-63: VAH-7 as AF-710.  1964: VAH-3.
					11/1965: Converted to RA-5C.  1965: RVAH-5.  1966-67: RVAH-11 as AA-606.  1967-68: RVAH-11 as NH-606
					(RVAH-11 attached to USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63)) shot down by ground fire Vinh Son, Nghe An Province, 
					North Vietnam May 18, 1968.  Pilot and RAN ejected and became POW.  RAN died right after capture 
					or from unknown causes in captivity.
				149284 (MSN NA269-19) 6/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-7 as AF-711.  1963: VAH-7 as AF-701.
					1964: VAH-3.  11/1965: Converted to RA-5C.   1965: RVAH-5.  1966: RVAH-3.  1966-67: RVAH-11 as AA-603.
					(RVAH-11) destroyed in fire on USS Forrestal (CVA-59) in Gulf of Tonkin Jul 29, 1967.  During preparations for
					launch, a Mk 32 Zuni rocket accidentally fired and struck an A-4E external wing-mounted fuel tank
					causing fires and bombs to explode.  143 killed, 161 injured, 21 aircraft lost. 
				149285(MSN NA269-20) 7/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962-63: VAH-7 as AE-712 and AF-709.
					1964: VAH-3.  Converted to RA-5C.  1965: RVAH-5 as AE-xxx Crashed at sea near USS America. CV-66 May 21, 1966
				149286 (MSN NA269-21) 9/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.   1962: VAH-3.bb1963: VAH-1.b1964: RVAH-3.
					1/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1966-67: RVAH-1 as AG-604.  1968: RVAH-3.  1969: RVAH-7.
					1970-72: RVAH-12 as AG-601.  1972: RVAH-3 as GJ-311 NAS Sanford, FL   To MASDC as 4A0025 Sep 12, 1973.  
					To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 13, 1978.
					Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				149287 (MSN NA269-22) 9/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-3.  1963: VAH-1.
					1964: RVAH-3.  1965: RVAH-1 as NG-xxx.  3/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1966-67: RVAH-1 as AG-6xx.
					1968: RVAH-3.  1969: RVAH-7 as NK-xxx.
					6/19/1969: Crashed near NAS Albany, GA after pilot tried a risky loop maneuver and lost control.
				149288 (MSN NA269-23) 9/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-3.  1963: VAH-1 as AG-603.
					8/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1966: RVAH-7 as NG-1xx.
					In midair with A-3B 147650 Oct 6, 1966 off coast of California
				149289 (MSN NA269-24) 12/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963: VAH-1.  1963: VAH-3.
					1964: VAH-1.     1964: RVAH-3 as GJ-304.  12/1965: Converted to RA-5C.  1966: RVAH-6 as NL-704.
					1966: RVAH-12.  1967: RVAH-13.  968: RVAH-13 as AE-604.  1968: RVAH-3.  1969: RVAH-7.
					1969: RVAH-5.  1969-70: RVAH-3 as GJ-315 NAS Sanford, FL
					To MASDC as 4A0005 Sep 16, 1970.  To Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ Nov 18, 1980.
					Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ, 
				149290 (MSN NA269-25) 9/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-3.  1963: VAH-1 as AG-6xx.
					9/19/1963: Written off on the USS Independence CVA-62
				149291 (MSN NA269-26) 11/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-3.  1963: VAH-1.
					2/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1966: RVAH-1.  1966: RVAH-12.  1967: RVAH-6.  1967: RVAH-13.
					1968: RVAH-13 as AE-602.  1968: RVAH-3.  1969: RVAH-7 as NK-120.
					1969-70: RVAH-7 as NK-600 NAS Sanford, FL
					To MASDC as 4A0008 Oct 15, 1970.  Transferred to USAF inventory as AA0006 Apr 22, 1986.
					To Tolicha Peak, NV as range target May 28, 1986.
				149292 (MSN NA269-27) 12/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963: VAH-3.  1963: VAH-1.
					1964: RVAH-3 as GJ-xxx.  Sep 8, 1964: Crashed near NAS Sanford, FL.
				149293 (MSN NA269-28) (11/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-3.  1963-64: VAH-1 as AG-606.
					1964: RVAH-3.  5/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1966: RVAH-3.  1967: RVAH-7.   1967: RVAH-12.
					1968: RVAH-5 as NK-113.  1968: RVAH-5 as NK-123.   RVAH-5 attached to USS Constellation (CVA-64)) shot 
					down by ground fire near Vinh Thanh 20 mi NW of Vinh, Nghe An Province  North Vietnam Nov 25, 1968.  
					Both crew ejected but both died.  One died in captivitiy, unknown how the other died.
				149294 (MSN NA269-29) 1/1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963: VAH-3.  1963: VAH-1.
					1964: RVAH-3.  2/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1966: RVAH-6 as NL-706.  1967: RVAH-11.
					1968: RVAH-14.  1968: RVAH-3.  1969: RVAH-13.  1969: RVAH-3.	1969: RVAH-13 as AA-606 NAS Sanford, FL
					To MASDC as 4A0009 Oct 16, 1970.  Transferred to USAF inventory as AA0007 Apr 22, 1986.  To
					Tolicha Peak, NV as range target May 29. 1986.
				149295 (MSN NA269-30) 12/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962: VAH-3.  1963-64: VAH-1 as AG-607.
					1964: VAH-3.  1964: RVAH-3.  2/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1967: RVAH-6.  1970: RVAH-3 as GJ-315 NAS Sanford, FL
					To MASDC as 4A0017 Sep 1, 1971.  Transferred to USAF inventory as AA0008 Apr 22, 1986.  To Tolicha
					Peak, NV as range target May 29, 1986
				149296 (MSN NA269-31) 12/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963: VAH-3.  1963: VAH-1.  1964: VAH-3.
					1964: RVAH-3.  2/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1967: RVAH-11.  1970: RVAH-14.  1971: RVAH-3 as GJ-306.
					RVAH-6.   1974: RVAH-3 as GJ-306.  Mar 5, 1974: Caught fire and crashed into the sea off NAS Key West, FL.
					 Both crewmen were killed.
				149297 (MSN NA269-32) 2/1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963: VAH-3.  1963: VAH-1.
					1964: RVAH-3.  2/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1966-68: RVAH-6 as NE-701.  1968: RVAH-1.
					1968: RVAH-5 as NK-125.  1969: RVAH-7.  1970-72: RVAH-6 as AG-602.
					To MASDC from RVAH-6 NAS Sanford, FL as 4A0022 Apr 23, 1972.  To New Mexico Institute 
					of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 13, 1978
				149298 (MSN NA269-33) 1/1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963: VAH-3.  1963-64: VAH-1.
					1964: VAH-7.  1964: RVAH-3 as GJ-255.  2/1966: Converted to RA-5C.   1967-68: RVAH-11.
					1968: RVAH-14 as AB-603.  1970-71: RVAH-13.   1971-72: RVAH-12.  1973-74: RVAH-7 as NH-601.
					1974-76: RVAH-3.  1976-77: RVAH-1.  Jun 7, 1979: Struck off charge. Or on 8/3/1979?
					8/1979: Salvaged at NAS Jacksonville, FL.
				149299 (MSN NA269-34) 1/1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963: VAH-3.   1963: VAH-1.
					1964: VAH-7.  1964: VAH-3.  1964: RVAH-3.  2/1966: Converted to RA-5C.  1967-68: RVAH-6 as NE-703.
					1968: RVAH-7.  1969: RVAH-3.  1969: RVAH-7.  1970: RVAH-12.  1971: RVAH-12 as AG-604.
					1972: RVAH-3.  1973: RVAH-12 as AC-604.  1973: RVAH-9 as AC-902.  1973-75: RVAH-9 as AG-602 and GM-601.
					1975: RVAH-9 as AJ-601.  1977: RVAH-9 as GM-601.  9/20/1977: Struck off charge at NAS Key West, FL.
149300/149317		North American A3J-2 Vigilante 
				MSN NA269-35/52.  Redesignated A-5B Sept 1962.  All converted to RA-5C configuration.
					Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				149300/149305 to have been built as A-5B but converted during production to YA-5C.
				149300 (MSN N269-35) 4/29/1962: First flight.  9/1962: Delivered as YA-5C. Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963-64: VAH-3.
					6/1965: Converted to RA-5C.   1965: RVAH-3.  1965: RVAH-12.  1966: RVAH-11.  1967: RVAH-12 as NK-120.
					1968: RVAH-3.  Jan 3, 1975: Struck off charge at NAS Jacksonville
				149301 (MSN N269-36) Delivered as YA-5C.  5/1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963: VAH-3.   5/1965: Converted to RA-5C.
					1965: RVAH-3.   1965: RVAH-12.  1968: RVAH-3.  1968: RVAH-11.  1969: RVAH-11 as NH-601.
					1973-74: RVAH-7 as NH-704(RVAH-7) on USS Kitty Hawk CV-63.  1975: RVAH-5.
					2/16/1978: Struck off charge at NAS Key West, FL.
				149302 (MSN N269-37) Delivered as YA-5C.  11/1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963: VAH-3.
					1965: RVAH-12.  7/1965: Converted to RA-5C.  1966: RVAH-3.   1966-67: RVAH-12 as NK-122.
					(RVAH-12 attached to USS Constellation (CVA-64)) suffered unknown accident over Gulf of Tonkin 
					Aug 17, 1967.  Both crew killed.
				149303 (MSN N269-38) Delivered as YA-5C.  5/1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963: VAH-3.
					6/1965: Converted to RA-5C.  1965: RVAH-12.  1968: RVAH-3.  1968: RVAH-1.  1968: RVAH-14.
					1969: RVAH-14 as AB-601.  10/30/1969: Written off.
				149304 (MSN N269-39) Delivered as YA-5C.  5/1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963: VAH-3.  VAH-7.
					7/1965: Converted to RA-5C.  1965: RVAH-12.  1966: RVAH-13 as NH-603.  1966: RVAH-11.  1967: RVAH-1.
					1967: RVAH-3.  1968-69: RVAH-11 as NH-604.  1969-71: RVAH-3 as GJ-323 NAS Sanford, FL
					To MASDC as 4A0024 Sep 12, 1973.  To New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 13, 1978 
				149305 (MSN N269-40) Delivered as YA-5C.  5/1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963: VAH-3 as GJ-235.
					5/1965: Converted to RA-5C.  1965: RVAH-3.  1965: RVAH-12.  1966: RVAH-3.  1966: RVAH-12.
					1966: RVAH-3.  1966-67: RVAH-11 as AA-605.
					(RVAH-11) destroyed in fire on USS Forrestal (CVA-59) in Gulf of Tonkin Jul 29, 1967.  During preparations for
					launch, a Mk 32 Zuni rocket accidentally fired and struck an A-4E external wing-mounted fuel tank
					causing fires and bombs to explode.  143 killed, 161 injured, 21 aircraft lost. 
				149306 (MSN N269-41) 4/1964: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964: Converted to RA-5C.  1964: RVAH-5 as NG-101 
					(RVAH-5 attached to USS Ranger (CVA-61)) suffered navigational error and crashed in Gulf of Tonkin 
					Dec 9, 1964.  Both crew killed.
				149307 (MSN N269-42) 4/1964: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964: Converted to RA-5C.  1964: VAH-5.
					1964-66: RVAH-5 as AE-403.  1966: RVAH-3.  1967: RVAH-1.  1967: RVAH-3.  1968-69: RVAH-5 as NE-601.
					1969: RVAH-5 as NE-501.  1970: RVAH-5 as NE-601.  RVAH-5 as xx-956. NAS Sanford, FL
					To MASDC as 4A0003 Aug 23, 1970.  Transferred to USAF inventory as AA0009 Apr 22, 1986.
					To Tolicha Peak, NV as range target Jun 13, 1986.
				149308 (MSN N269-43) 5/1964: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964: Converted to RA-5C.  1964: VAH-3.
					1964: RVAH-3.  1964: RVAH-9 as AC-9xx.  11/14/1964: Crashed near NAS Sanford, FL
				149309 (MSN N269-44) 4/1964: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964: Converted to RA-5C.  1964: VAH-5.
					1964: RVAH-5.  1965-66: RVAH-6 as NL-703.
					(RVAH-6 attached to USS Constellation (CVA-64)) hit by small arms fire Aug 19, 1966 17 mi NE of 
					Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam but able to fly out
					over Gulf of Tonkin where crew ejected and were rescued.
				149310 (MSN N269-45) 5/1964: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964: Converted to RA-5C.  1964: VAH-5.
					1964-65: RVAH-5 as NG-10x.  1965: RVAH-3.  1966: RVAH-1.  1966: RVAH-9.   1967: RVAH-6.
					1967: RVAH-5.  1968: RVAH-13 as xx-605.  1969-70: RVAH-13 as AA-605 NAS Sanford, FL
 					To MASDC as 4A0007 Oct 15, 1970.  Transferred from MASDC to Naval Weapons Center, 
					NAWS China Lake, CA Apr 5, 1979.
				149311 (MSN NA269-46) 6/1964: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964: Converted to RA-5C.
					1964-65: RVAH-9 as AC-503.  1965: RVAH-3.  Active in June 1965 aboard USS Saratoga CV-60.  1966: RVAH-13.
					1967-68: RVAH-6 as NE-7xx.   1968: RVAH-3.   1969-70: RVAH-13 as AA-602 NAS Sanford, FL
					To MASDC as 4A0002 Aug 20, 1970.  To New Mexico Institute 
					of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM Oct 13, 1978
				149312 (MSN NA269-47) 6/1964: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964: Converted to RA-5C.
					1964: RVAH-5 as NG-104.  1965: RVAH-6.   1965-66: RVAH-9 as NK-xxx.
					(RVAH-9) suffered starboard engine explosion during landing on USS Ranger (CVA-61) in Gulf of Tonkin 
					Jan 16, 1966 and crashed into water.  Both crew killed.
				149313 (MSN NA269-48) 5/1964: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964: Converted to RA-5C.   1964: RVAH-5.
					1965-66: RVAH-6 as NL-702.  1967-68: RVAH-9.  1968-69: RVAH-9 as NE-7xx.  1969: RVAH-12.  
					1971: RVAH-12 as NG-604 NAS Sanford, FL
 					To MASDC as 4A0011 Jan 26, 1971.  Transferred to USAF inventory as AA0010 Apr 22, 1986.  To Tolicha Peak, NV
					as range target Jun 13, 1986.
				149314 (MSN NA269-49) 6/1964: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964: Converted to RA-5C.
					VAH-3.  1964: RVAH-9.  1965: ? as AC-504.  1966-67: RVAH-3 as GJ-201.
					6/14/1967: Crashed near NAS Sanford, FL on a training flight. 1 crewman was killed.
				149315 (MSN NA269-50) 6/1964: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964: Converted to RA-5C.
					1964-65: RVAH-9 as AC-505.  1965: RVAH-3 as GJ-xxx.
					Oct 3, 1967: Crashed near NAS Sanford, FL.
				149316 (MSN NA269-51) 8/1964: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964: Converted to RA-5C.  1964: RVAH-9.
					1965: RVAH-6.  1966: RVAH-1.  1966: RVAH-3.  1967: RVAH-13.  1970: RVAH-13 as AA-6xx.
					Feb 2, 1970: Crashed at sea near USS Forrestal CVA-59
				149317 (MSN NA269-52) 7/1964: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964: Converted to RA-5C.
					1964-65: RVAH-9 as AC-5xx.  1965: RVAH-3.   1966: RVAH-6 as NL-703.  1967: RVAH-3.
					1967: RVAH-7.  1969: RVAH-12 as AG-xx1.  1969-70: RVAH-12 as NG-601 NAS Sanford, FL
					To MASDC as 4A0012 Jan 27, 1971.  Transferred to USAF inventory as AA0011 Apr 22, 1986.  
					To Tolicha Peak, NV as range target Jun 18, 1986.
149318/149402		Sikorsky HUS-1 Seahorse
				Redesignated UH-34D in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				149318 (MSN 581413) SOC Jan 23, 1973, NAS North Island.
				149319 (MSN 581414) 
				149320 (MSN 581415) to USAF as 61-4529.
				149321 (MSN 581416)
				149322 (MSN 581419) w/o Nov 14, 1966, Santa Ana.
				149323 (MSN 581420)
				149324 (MSN 581421) w/o Jul 19, 1965, Southeast Asia.
				149325 (MSN 581422) HMM-261; code EM-16. HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-64. 
					Shot down by NVA small arms fire, crashed and destroyed  Quang Tri, Vietnam 26Oct67 [2KIA:2WIA].
 				149326 (MSN 581423) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Aug68 to Aug69].  To MASDC as 3H0189 1972.  Registered 13Mar81 as N4216P to 
					Orlando Helicopter Airways.  Registration N16YL reserved Jun 23, 2007, taken up Sep 15, 2007.  Current Jul 2018
				149327 (MSN 581424) 
				149328 (MSN 581425) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-67, later as YZ-07. 
					Registered 10Mar81 as N42163 expired 23May94, cancelled 7Jun13.
				149329 (MSN 581426) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Oct68 to Nov68]; code YL-31, later as YL-1. Written off November 17, 1968, 
					Quang Nam province, Vietnam [1KIA]. Shot at, caught fire and landed in a paddy field engulfed in flames
				149330 (MSN 581427)
				149331 (MSN 581428) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Nov67 to Apr68]. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. Registration N4217A 
					assigned 31Jan81; not taken up, cancelled 30Apr11.
				149332 (MSN 581431) SOC Sep 19, 1971.
				149333 (MSN 581432) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Mar 17, 1969.
				149334 (MSN 581433) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Aug68 to Oct68]; code YL-18.  SOC Mar 2, 1972, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii.
				149335 (MSN 581434) to Vietnam AF.
				149336 (MSN 581435).
				149337 (MSN 581436) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", South Vietnam
					Dec 1967. HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", 
					South Vietnam; code YZ-85. On 10Dec67 the aircraft crashed in South Vietnam; it was necessary 
					to destroy the aircraft.
				149338 (MSN 581437) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Oct68]. Written off December 15, 1969.
				149339 (MSN 581438) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Jul67 to Aug69].  Registered Apr 16, 1974 to Chicago Helicopters as N66CH.  
					Cancelled on export to South Africa as ZS-HCX.  Ditched at sea off Capetown, South Africa Apr 9, 1977.
				149340 (MSN 581439) seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.  Noted at Carson Helicopters,
					Perkasie, PA May 17, 2001 as N90940.
				149341 (MSN 581440) to Vietnam AF, then to Royal Thai AF as 20172.
				149342 (MSN 581441) w/o Sep 22, 1967.  Minor injuries.
				149343 (MSN 581443) to civil registry as N4217F.
				149344 (MSN 581444) to Air America as H-32.  Lost in Laos 
				149345 (MSN 581445) to MASDC Apr 5, 1971, renumbered 3H0220 May 31, 1973.  To
					civil registry as N856BA.
				149346 (MSN 581446) to MASDC.  To civil registry as N4217L
				149347 (MSN 581447) w/o Mar 10, 1966 in Southeast Asia.
				149348 (MSN 581448) to MASDC
				149349 (MSN 581449) w/o Jul 23, 1966 when collided with USAF O-1E 57-6268 (20th TASS) near Khe Sanh, South Vietnam.
				149350 (MSN 581450) w/o Apr 9, 1965, Marble Mountain.
				149351 (MSN 581451) lost over water in South Vietnam Mar 20, 1966.  5 killed, one survived.
				149352 (MSN 581452) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1970, renumbered 3H0226 May 31, 1973.
				149353 (MSN 581453) to civil registry as N22524, then C-FEWH, N58NS.
				149354 (MSN 581454) to civil registry as N4217M.   Seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
					To Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum.
				149355 (MSN 581455) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69].  SOC Oct 18, 1973 NAS North Island, San Diego, CA.
				149356 (MSN 581456) to civil registry as N4857.
				149357 (MSN 581457)
				149358 (MSN 581460) to MASDC as 3H0237 Nov 19, 1970.
				149359 (MSN 581461) to civil registry as N16624
				149360 (MSN 581462) SOC Feb 5, 1971.
				149361 (MSN 581463) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Oct 27, 1968.
				149362 (MSN 581464) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Mar68 to Aug68]. Modified by Carson Helicopters as S-58D. Registered as N6303. 
					To Fuerza Aérea Argentina / Argentina Air Force 1975 as H-01. Helicopteros Marinos SA. 
					Registered 1979 as LV-OCN. Registered 15May85 as N901CH to Construction Helicopters. 
					Registered 11Apr11 as S-58T. Registered 25May12 as N942BW as S-58HT; cancelled 11Jan16 on export 
					to Republic of Korea.
				149363 (MSN 581465) attached to HMM-363 launched from US Princeton lost power and crashed Jul 25, 1966, 
					Dong Ha, Vietnam.  One killed, One injred.  Aircraft destroyed by friendly forces.
				149364 (MSN 581466) to Royal Cambodian AF as 9364.
				149365 (MSN 581467) w/o Apr 16, 1966 in Southeast Asia.  Minor injuries
				149366 (MSN 581468) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-81. Hit by small arms 
					fire and destroyed 8Sep67.  No injuries.
				149367 (MSN 581469) damaged Nov 14, 1966 and w/o with major injuries.
				149368 (MSN 581470) to Air America as H-33.
				149369 (MSN 581471) SOC Jul 6, 1972 NARF Norfolk.
				149370 (MSN 581472) destroyed Mar 10, 1966 with no injuries.
				149371 (MSN 581473) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Feb68 to Aug69].  To MASDC as 3H0208 May 21, 1972.
				149372 (MSN 581474) consumed by fire due to mechanical failure Oct 21, 1967.
				149373 (MSN 581475)
				149374 (MSN 581476) to MASDC Jan 25, 1971, renumbered 3H0227 May 31,1 973.
					To Indonesian AF as H-3414.
				149375 (MSN 581477) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69].  SOC Jan 27, 1972 NARF Alameda
				149376 (MSN 581478) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Oct66 to Aug69].  HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-89, 
					later as YZ-18.  SOC May 22, 1972 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii
				149377 (MSN 581479) to Vietnam AF.  To Indonesian AF
				149378 (MSN 581480) to Vietnam AF, then to Royal Thai AF as 20171.
				149379 (MSN 581481) w/o Jul 18, 1966, Ky Ha
				149380 (MSN 581482) w/o Feb 17, 1966 in Southeast Asia
				149381 (MSN 581483) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam [1965-6Feb66]; code YL-35. 
					W/o Feb 21, 1966 in Southeast Asia.  One major injury 3 minor injuries.
				149382 (MSN 581484) HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam; code YZ-79, later as YZ-19. 
					W/o Aug 28, 1968 Phu Bai, Vietnam.  Minor injuries.
				149383 (MSN 581485) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Aug67 to Jan68].  HMM-363 "Lucky Red Lions", South Vietnam.   
					SOC Feb 22, 1972 NARF Pensacola, FL
				149384 (MSN 581486) w/o Jul 14, 1965 in Southeast Asia
				149385 (MSN 581487) Ca.1961: TOS USMC.   Jul 6, 1962: Redesignated UH-34D.
					By 11/64: Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 261 (HMM-261), MCAS New River, NC.
					11/15/64: Deployed aboard USS Guadalcanal (LPH-7). 
					1965 to 1966: Deployed to South Vietnam operating from three stations and USS Valley Forge. 
					Ca.1971: To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.
					1973: Petroski with c/r N49768.
					Feb 10, 1975: California Helicopters with c/r N63CH.
					2/75: Converted to S-58T.
					3/75: Helitrans PNG (Pty) Ltd, Papua-New Guinea with c/r P2-PDY.
					3/77 to 11/84: United Technologies Corp with c/r N63CH.
					UNK: Converted to S-58DT.
					2/80 to 11/84: Leased to Lider Taxi Aero, Brazil with c/r PT-HJQ.
					11/9/84: California Helicopter Parts, Inc with c/r N58CH.
					8/87: B&G Helicopters, Grand Rapids, MI with c/r N581BG.
						5/18/89: Air One Helicopters Inc, San Jose, CA.
					2/21/94: Crashed  at Walnut Creek, CA with 3 fatalities. Cause was engine failure and pilot 
					attempting to stretch auto-rotation to clear housing area.
					7/23/94: C/r N581BG cancelled.
				149386 (MSN 581488) SOC Apr 30, 1971.
				149387 (MSN 581489) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Sep 13, 1969.
				149388 (MSN 581490) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", South Vietnam [Jun67].
				149389 (MSN 581491) to civil registry as N6306.
				149390 (MSN 581492) to civil registry as N65CH, then PH-NZE, then PK-OBN. 
				149391 (MSN 581494) 
				149392 (MSN 581495) to Air America as H-13.  Lost in Laos Jul 8, 1964.
				149393 (MSN 581496) to Air America as H-14.  Lost in Laos May 9, 1966.
				149394 (MSN 581497) to Air America as H-15 Oct 1, 1962.
				149395 (MSN 581498) w/o with HMM-263 Aug 22, 1967.
				149396 (MSN 581499) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69].  SOC Mar 13, 1972.
				149397 (MSN 581500) desroyed Mar 9, 1966 with minor injuries.
				149398 (MSN 581501) SOC Feb 20, 1968.
				149399 (MSN 581506)HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [May68 to Aug69].   SOC Mar 9, 1972 NARF Norfolk, VA.
				149400 (MSN 581507) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67.  
				HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Nov66].  Written off January 29, 1967, Ky Ha, Vietnam.
				149401 (MSN 581508) seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				149402 (MSN 581509) HMM-362 "Archie’s Angels", South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 "Ugly Angels", 
					South Vietnam [Sep67 to Aug69].  SOC January 14, 1972 NAS Agana, Barrigada, Guam.
149403/149426		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				MSN 120/143. Redesignated F-4B-9-MC in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				149403 (MSN 120) 1965: VMFA-251   1968-69: VMFA-122 as DC-12.  1970: VMFA-314
					(VMFA-314) hit by ground fire near Ban Tampanko, Laos May 27, 1970.  Turned for the coast and made it as far
					as Quiang Tri City before they had to eject.  Rescued by Army helicopter.
				149404 (MSN 121) to VF-121.  Crashed into sea off California Jul 27, 1966.  Both crewmen killed.
				149405 (MSN 122) delivered to USAF in 1962. Assigned the USAF serial number 62-12168 
				149406 (MSN 123) delivered to USAF in 1962. Assigned the USAF serial number 62-12169.
				149407 (MSN 124) VF-96 as NG-60x.  VF-154 as NE-x62.
					To MASDC from VMFAT-101 as 8F0015 Dec 28, 1971.  SOC Nov 25, 1975.  Salvaged at Socorro boneyard Oct 1978
				149408 (MSN 125) (VF-14) crashed into Mediterranean Sea off Crete Jul 15, 1964.  Pilot was killed.
				149409 (MSN 126) converted to QF-4B drone as 42. W/o at China Lake, CA Dec 20, 1974.
				149410 (MSN 127) VF-96 as NG-xxx.  1965: VMFA-115.
					(VMFA-115) crashed into Monkey Mountain, South Vietnam, in bad weather along with 150998 Oct 26, 1965.  
					Both crewmen killed.
				149411 (MSN 128) 1962: VF-121  VF-143.  VF-21 as NE-217.  VF-121.  VF-114.  VF-121.  1966: VF-154.
					1967: VF-143 as NK-311.  Credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Oct 26, 1967.  1968: VF-121.
					1968: VF-96   1968: VMFA-314.  With VMFA-314, disappered without
					a trace near Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam Dec 20, 1968.  2 crew killed.
				149412 (MSN 129) (MSN 129) (VF-14) w/o in nighttime landing accident on USS Franklin D. Roosevelt CVA-42 Nov 11, 1964
				149413 (MSN 130) SOC at NAS Point Mugu, California Aug 31, 1974
				149414 (MSN 131) 1962-63: VF-96 as NG-613.   1973: VMFAT-101 as SB-3.  1973: VMFAT-101 as SH-3, MCAS Miramar, CA.  
					To MASDC as 8F032 Oct 18, 1973.   SOC Aug 25, 1977.  To Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, CA Jun 7, 1979. 
					Converted to QF-4B drone.  SOC Sep 20, 1983.  Stored at China Lake in 1988
				149415 (MSN 132) F-92 as NG-203.  1966: VF-161 as NL-207.
					To MASDC from VMFAT-101, MCAS Miramar, CA as 8F0020 Mar 8, 1972.  
					Sent to be target on Cannon AFB Range, New Mexico May 11, 1983.
				149416 (MSN 133) VF-161 as NL-xxx.   VF-41 as AG-105.  1969: VMFA-542.
					(VMFA-542) shot down by AAA near Bat Lake/Thach Ban, North Vietnam Aug 19, 1969.  Both crew KIA.
				149417 (MSN 134) 1965: VMFA-251  Active in June 1964 with VF-14 coded AB-111.  1968: VMFA-314.
					(VMFA-314) shot down by ground fire near Ban Palin, Laos Dec 24, 1968.  Both crew killed.
				149418 (MSN 135) 1964-65: VF-143 as NK-304.  1967: VF-92 as NG-221.  1972: VMFAT-101 as SB-3, MCAS Miramar, CA
 					To MASDC as 8F0016 Jan 28, 1972.  Sent to be target on Cannon AFB Range, New Mexico
				149419 (MSN 136) (VF-14) crashed near Elizabeth City, North Carolina Jan 25, 1965.
				149420 (MSN 137) VMFA-314 as VW-5.  1972: VMFA-122 as DC-4.  (VMFA-122) converted to QF-4B drone as 40.  
					W/o at NAS Point Mugu, California Aug 18, 1979
				149421 (MSN 138) 1966-67: VMFA-115 as VE-9.  VMFAT-101 as SB-00 and SH-001, MCAS Miramar, CA
					To MASDC as 8F0021 Mar 8, 1972.  SOC Aug 25, 2977.  To USAF inventory as FP0001 May 7, 1982.  
					To Lackland AFB, TX for display Aug 6, 1982.  Currently preserved at Lackland AFB, Texas
					falsely marked as USAF 63-7680.
				149422 (MSN 139) VMFA-115 as VE-11.  1971: VMFA-531(VMFA-115) crashed on appoach May 21, 1971 at unknown location
				149423 (MSN 140) 1963: VF-114 as NH-4xx.  VMFA-323 as WS-4.   1/25/1974: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA.
					Converted to QF-4B drone.  1975: PMTC.  1988: Struck off charge at Millington, TN.
					Currently preserved at NAF China Lake, California
				149424 (MSN 141) 1964: VF-114 as NH-403.  1967: VMFA-115 as VE-8.  1967: VMFA-542 as WH-6.  1968: VMFA-314.
					(VMFA-314) shot down by ground fire near Da Nang, South Vietnam May 1, 1968.  
					Crew ejected and were picked up by USAF helicopter.
				149425 (MSN 142) (VF-121) crashed on Point Mugu Range, California May 3, 1962.
				149426 (MSN 143)1965: VF-96 as NG-606.  1966-67: VF-96 as NG-614.  1968: VMFA-115 as VE-11.
					VF-143 as NG-307.  1973: VMFA-122 as DC-2, MCAS Beaufort, SC   To MASDC as 8F0029 Sep 19, 1973.  
					SOC Aug 25, 1977.  Sent to be target on Holloman Range, New Mexico Jun 27, 1983.
149427/149450		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				MSN 144/167.  Redesignated F-4B-10-MC in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				149427 (MSN 144) 1971: VMFA-531 as EC-11, MCAS Yuma, AZ..  To MASDC as 8F0010 Dec 13, 1971.  
					To Wright-Patterson AFB, OJ Aug 6, 1980.  Assigned as battle damage repair trainer at 
					Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio Sep 1980
				149428 (MSN 145) 1968-69: VF-142 as NK-205.  Converted to QF-4B drone as 44.  1979: PMTC
					SOC at NAS Point Mugu, CA Aug 17, 1979.  Salvaged at AMARC in 1980.
				149429 (MSN 146) 1967: VMFA-115.  1969: VMFA-122.
					(VMFA-122) shot down near Muang Phine, Laos Dec 28, 1969.  Crew ejected and were rescued the
					next day by USAF helicopter.
				149430 (MSN 147) VF-14 as AB-100.  VF-143 as NK-x15.  VF-41 as AG-xxx.   VF-111 as NL-202.  1974: VF-121.
					SOC at NAS Miramar, CAOct 28, 1974.  Assigned as ground trainer as NJ-OJT2 at NAS Miramar, California May 1976
				149431 (MSN 148) 1965: VMFA-251.  1968: VF-32 as AB-204.  1969: VF-32 as AB-2xx.  1971: VF-101 as AD-015.
					To MASDC as 8F0028 Jan 17, 1973. SOC Aug 25, 1977.  To Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, CA Jun 5, 1979.
 					Later converted to QF-4B drone as 410.  WFU at NAF China Lake, California in 1988
				149432 (MSN 149) 1963: VF-143 as NK-313.  1971: VMFA-323 as WS-10.  To MASDC as 8F0013 Dec 16, 1971.  SOC Aug 25, 1977.  
					To Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, CA Jun , 19789. Converted to QF-4B drone.  
					SOC at NAF China Lake, CA Apr 21, 1982.
				149433 (MSN 150) 1962: VF-41 as AG-110.  1964: VF-14 as AB-xx4.  VMFA-122 as DC-10.
					To MASDC from VMFA-531, MCAS Yuma, AZ as 8F0022 Mar 22, 1972.  SOC Aug 25, 1977.  
					To Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, CA Jun 7, 1979.
					Converted to QF-4B drone.  SOC at NAF China Lake, CA Sep 25, 1982.
				149434 (MSN 151) converted to QF-4B drone as 31 and 41.  W/o at NAS Point Mugu, CA Jan 19, 1984
				149435 (MSN 152) 1963: VF-114 as NH-4xx   VF-161 as NL-xxx.  VF-114 as NH-402.  VMFA-531, MCAS Yuma, AZ
					To MASDC as 8F0023 Mar 22, 1972.  SOC May 0. 1972.  To NARF, North Island, CA Dec 2, 1977
				149436 (MSN 153) 1963: VF-143 as NK-xxx.  Crashed into sea while attempting to land on USS Independence Aug 18, 1963.  
					Arrestor cable broke. Both crewmen were killed.
				149437 (MSN 154) 1965: VMFA-323  Spun out and crashed in Puerto Rico in bad weather May 4, 1965
				149438 (MSN 155) (VMFA-122) crashed after midair collision Nov 29, 1966
				149439 (MSN 156) (VF-143) crashed into sea off USS Constellation May 26, 1964
				149440 (MSN 157) (VMFA-122) crashed when tire blew on takeoff from Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Dec 3, 1967. 
					Two crewmen uninjured.
				149441 (MSN 158) VMFA-531 as EC-7.  1965: VMFA-542 as WH-12   
					To MASDC from VMFA-323, MCAS El Toro, CA as 8F0025 May 14, 1972. SOC Au 25, 1977.  
					To Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, CA Jun 7, 1979.  Converted to QF-4B drone. 
					SOC at NAF China Lake, CA Sep 20, 1983.  Sent to be target at Airport Lake Range, NAF China Lake, California.  
					Hulk seen at FAE revetment at Airport Lake Range, China Lake, California Aug 2007.
				149442 (MSN 159) retained by McDonnell Corp for tests.  Crashed near Briscoe, Texas in bad weather Apr 26, 1962.
					Both crewmen killed.
				149443 (MSN 160) 1963-64: VF-114 as NH-403.  1968: VF-143 as NK-3xx.
					(VF-143) destroyed in non-combat accident Sep 16, 1968 when ditched into Gulf of Tonkin after
					bad launch off USS Constellation (CVA-64).  Both crew survived.
				149444 (MSN 161) VMFA-314 as VW-8.  1965: VMFA-542. (VMFA-542) crashed into Tokyo Bay, Japan Jun 15, 1965.
					Both crewmen killed.
				149445 (MSN 162) 1968-69: VF-142 as NK-214.  1971: VMFA-122 as DC-11, MCAS Beaufort, SC
					To MASDC as 8F0014 Dec 29, 1971. SOC May 9, 1975.  Salvaged by Allied Aircraft Aug 1980.
				149446 (MSN 163) VF-96 as NG-60x.  SOC at NAF China Lake, CA. Oct 28 1971.  Converted to QF-4B drone.
				149447 (MSN 164) VMFA-122 as DC-17.  SOC at NAS North Island, California Jan 19, 1973.
				149448 (MSN 165) VF-14 as AB-100.  1967: VF-142 as NK-205 attached to USS Constellation (CVA-64)) 
					shot down by SA-2 missile near Lac Dao/Hanoi, North Vietnam Aug 23, 1967.  Two crew KIA.
				149449 (MSN 166) accepted by US Navy Apr 25, 1962.  Retained by McDonnell in St Louis until Aug 1962.
					VF-151 as NL-108.  1966: VMFA-115.  1968: VMFA-323 as WS-6.
					(VMFA-323) crashed into sea off South Vietnam due to battle damage Aug 2, 1968.  Crew flew a
					mile off the coast and ejected and were rescued by an Army helicopter,.
				149450 (MSN 167) 968-69: VF-161 as NL-204.SOC at NARF North Island, CA Jan 26, 1972.  Salvaged Aug 1979.
149451/149474		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				MSN 168/191.  Redesignated F-4B-11-MC in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				149451 (MSN 168) 1974-77: Pacific Missile Test Center, NAS Point Mugu, CA as 99.   To MASDC as 8F0078 Nov 11, 1977.  
					Departed Aug 1979. to Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, CA.  Converted to QF-4B drone as 401.  
					W/o Oct 1, 1983. SOC Oct 12, 1983 at NAF China Lake, CA.
				149452 (MSN 169) 1966: VMFA-115.   1967: VMFA-323 as WS-17.  VX-5 as XE-9.  1969-72: VX-4 NAS Point Mugu, CA.
					To MASDC as 8F0017 Feb 17, 1972.  SOC Aug 25, 1977.  Departed Jun 5, 1979 to Naval Weapons Center, 
					China Lake, CA.  Converted to QF-4B drone as 404.  Expended May 2, 1987 in an AMRAAM test at NAF China Lake, CA
				149453 (MSN 170) 1962: VMFA-314 as VW-2.  1966: VMFA-115.  1969: VMFA-122.  W/o Feb 19, 1969
				149454 (MSN 171) 1962-63: VF-114 as NH-409.  1964: VF-92 as NG-2xx.
					(VF-92) crashed into sea off San Diego, California Feb 12, 1964. Pilot was killed.
				149455 (MSN 172) 1971-78: Pacific Missile Test Center as 96SOC at  NAEC Lakehurst, NJ Apr 1, 1978.  
					Was preserved at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island.  Salvaged at NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey 1985.
				149456 (MSN 173) 1962: VMFA-513 as WF-16.  1968: VMFA-115 as VE-4.
					(VMFA-115) shot down by ground fire near Ha Thanh, South Vietnam Nov 17, 1968.  Two crew killed.
				149457 (MSN 174) 1962: VMFA-314 as VW-1.  1965: VF-151 as NL-107.  1970: VMFA-122 as DC-18.
					1972: VF-32 as AB-214.  1972: VF-51 as NL-113.  Shot down MiG-17 over North Vietnam June 11, 1972. 
					8/1972: Withdrawn from use.  8/26/1977: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA.
 					Put on display at Naval Air Museum, Pensacola, FL.
					Moved to American Legion Post 1434, Hinsdale, NY, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum
				149458 (MSN 175) 1962: VMFA-531.  VMFA-323.  1965-68: VMFA-251 as DW-10.  1968: VF-14 as AB-xxx.
					1969: VF-14 as AB-1xx. 1971: VF-101.  SOC at NAS Key West, FL Jul 20, 1971.  Was preserved at NAS Jacksonville, 
					Florida.  Salvaged at NAS Norfolk, Virginia
				149459 (MSN 176) 1967: VF-101 as AD-133.  1970-72: VF-32 as AB-214.  1977: VF-32 as AB-214.  1978: VF-171.
					SOC at NAS Oceana, VA Apr 10, 1978.  Assigned as ground trainer at NAS Miramar, California.  
					Was preserved at NAS Norfolk, Virginia.  Currentl preserved at NAS Oceana, Virginia
				149460 (MSN 177) 1962: VMFA-531 as EC-8.  1972: VF-14 as AB-110.  1972: VF-14 as AB-115.
					To MASDC as 8F0027 Dec 17, 1972.  SOC Aug 25, 1977.  Sent to be target on Holloman Range, 
					New Mexico Jun 27, 1983.
				149461 (MSN 178) 1968: VF-32 as AB-212   1976: VAQ-33 as GD-10.  Converted to QF-4B drone as 43.  
					W/o at NAS Point Mugu, CA Aug 20, 1982.
				149462 (MSN 179) 1962: VMFA-531.  Listed as being w/o at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Nov 2, 1962.  
					Must have been repaired.  1970: VF-161 as NL-205.
				149463 (MSN 180) 1967: VF-92 as NG-222.  1972: VMFA-531 as EC-2, MCAS Yuma, AZ.
					To MASDC as 8F0024 Mar 23, 1972.  SOC Nov 25, 2971.  Departed Oct 16, 1978 to New Mexico 
					Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM.  Salvaged at NIMT, Socorro, New Mexico 1981
				149464 (MSN 181) VF-14 as AB-107.  VMFA-531 as EC-10.
					SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Dec 9, 1972.
				149465 (MSN 182) VMFA-531 as EC-14.  SOC at NAS North Island, California Aug 26, 1977.  
					Put into storage at NAS North Island, California 1984.
				149466 (MSN 183) 1966: VF-142 as NK-213.  1970: VF-121.   NADC..  Converted to QF-4B drone as 41. 1974: NMC as 41.
					Struck off charge at NAF China Lake, CA May 17, 1974.
				149467 (MSN 184) 1962: VF-114 as NH-408.  1970: VMFA-314.  (VMFA-314) crashed into South China Sea off 
					South Vietnam due to battle damage suffered near Duc Pho, 40 mi SE of Chu Lai Feb 8, 1970.  
					Both crew ejected and were rescued by helicopter.
				149468 (MSN 185) (VF-96 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) lost Dec 2, 1965 in non-combat mishap in rough weather.  
					Ran out of fuel and crashed into South China Sea.  Crew ejected and were rescued by helicopter.
				149469 (MSN 186) VMFA-531 as EC-15.  SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Nov 28, 1972.
				149470 (MSN 187) VMFA-531 as EC-11.  1965: VMFA-251.  1971: VF-101.  Jun 1, 1971: Struck off charge at NAS Oceana, VA.
					Converted to QF-4B drone.  Salvaged 1984 at NAS Oceana, Virginia
				149471 (MSN 188) 1972-74: NATC as 471converted to QF-4B drone as 42.  1977: Pacific Missile test Center 
					W/o at NAS Point Mugu, California Sep 18, 1981
				149472 (MSN 189) VF-96 as NG-60x.  VMFA-122 as DC-2.  To MASDC as 8F0009 Dec 6, 1971.  To NAS North Island, 
					California Nov 30, 1977
				149473 (MSN 190) VF-31 as AC-112.  1969: VMFAT-201 as KB-28.   VMFA-531 as EC-9.
					Shot down MiG-17 over North Vietnam June 11, 1972.  To MASDC from NAS Point Mugu, CA as 8F0026 Dec 6, 1972.  
					SOC Aug 25, 19787.  Jun 27, 1983 sent to be target on Holloman Range, New Mexico
				149474 (MSN 191) Assigned to VF-32 as AB-2xx, 1969.  While with VF-32, recoded as AB-211, 1972.
					Transferred to VF-101, 1972.  Transferred to VF-171, 1978.
					WFU at NAS Oceana, Virginia Apr 10, 1978.  Assigned as ground trainer at NAS Miramar, California as OJT2
149475/149486		Grumman A-6A Intruder
				MSN I-4/15.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				149475 (MSN I-4) converted to EA-6A.  Configured with the modified ALQ-53 receiving system and ALQ-31 pods with ALT-6B jammers
					1970: VMCJ-2 as CY-31.  1971: VMCJ-2 as AA-610.  1972-74: VMCJ-3 as TN-16.  1978-79: VMAQ-2 as CY-00.  
					1993: VAQ-33 as GD-109.  Used as target or training aid at
					Hardwood Weapons Range, Volk Field, Wisconsin  Currently preserved at MCAS Cherry Point, NC.
				149476 (MSN I-5) Converted to NA-6A.  USMC.  Assigned as a ground trainer to NATTC Millington, TN (NAS Memphis).
					1989: NATTC Millington Fire Training Compound.  Salvaged at NATTC Millington, TN
				149477 (MSN I-6) converted to EA-6A.  Delivered to VMCJ-2 Nov 14, 1965 damaged in ground accident before 1978 and later SOC and used as target
				149478 (MSN I-7) converted to EA-6A.  configured with the modified ALQ-53 receiving system and ALQ-31 pods with ALT-6B jammers.
					to MASDC from VMAQ-2 MCAS Cherry Point, NC as 5A0006 Aug 23, 1976.  Departed Oct 4, 1984, to Grumman at Bethpage, NY,
					returned to service.  8/20/1987: Struck off charge at Bethpage, NY
				149479 (MSN I-8) VA-42.  Converted to EA-6B development aircraft.  Converted to YEA-6B.  Converted to NEA-6B.
					Apr 9, 1970: Struck off charge at Bethpage, NY.
				149480 (MSN I-9) 1966: NATC, at NAS Patuxent River, MD. Crashed near Adams Island, SE of NAS Patuxent River on 4Oct1966
				149481 (MSN I-10) Converted to YEA-6B.   Converted to NEA-6B Prowler MSN M-1. Converted to EA-6B aerodynamic demonstrator.
					Apr 9, 1970: Struck off charge at Bethpage, NY.
				149482 (MSN I-11)1962: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1962-63: NATC as S-482.  1975-77: PMTC as 54.
 					Converted to KA-6D tanker. 1980: VA-52 as NL-523.   1984: VA-95 as NH-516.  1989: VA-52 as NL-513.
 					Is currently gate guard at NAS Whidbey Island, WA, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				149483 (MSN I-12) skidded off the runway and exploded at NAS Patuxent River, MD on Nov 10, 1966. 
				149484 (MSN I-13) 1961: NATC, at NAS Patuxent River, MD as W-18.
					Converted to NA-6A for refuelling tests, modified to KA-6D tanker for F-14 refuelling
					tests. 1973: NATC, at NAS Patuxent River, MD as W-484.  VA-75 as AC-521.  1982-83: VA-35 as AJ-514.
					1984: VMA(AW)-533 as AA-520.  1986: VA-176 as AE-51x.  1989: VA-42 as AD-521.  1990-91: VA-35 as AA-524.
					1995: Salvaged in Saint Augustine, FL.
				149485 (MSN I-14) 1963: NATC as S-.   1972: NATC as W-. Converted to KA-6D tanker.  1981: VA-52 as NL-514.    1981-82: VA-165 as NG-513.   
					1985-86: VA-115 as NF-513.    1987-88: VA-115 as NF-514.  1993: VA-304 as ND-421.
				149486 (MSN I-15) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1967: NATC.  1976: PMTC as 57.  Converted to KA-6D tanker.
					1981: VA-85 as AA-5xx.   1982: VA-85 as AA-524.  1984: VMA(AW)-533 as AA-524.  1985-86: VA-85 as AA-524.  1986: VA-85 as AA-522.
					1989: VA-304 as ND-421.  7/1992: Struck off charge.
149487/149646		Douglas A4D-2N Skyhawk 
				MSN 12812/12971 (El Segundo numbers).  Redesignated A-4C in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Service histories from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				149487 (MSN 12812) 962: VA-76  1962: H&MS-14.  1962-63: VMA-242.  1963-64: VMA-332.
					1964-65: VMA-224 as WK-12   Crashed Mar 27, 1965 while landing at NAS Whidbey Island, WA.  Pilot was killed.
				149488 (MSN 12813) 1963: VA-112 as NH-216.  1965: VA-112 as AJ-502 and AJ-501.  1965: VA-112 as AJ-516.
					(VA-112) crashed through elevator barrier Nov 3, 1965 after bad landing on USS Forrestal CV-59 
					snd fell to hangar deck level.  Pilot ejected before aircraft hit the elevator, but was lost into the sea.
				149489 (MSN 12814) 1962-63: VA-55 as NF-505.  1963-64: VA-144 as NK-4xx.  1964: VA-153 as NL-3xx.
					1964-66: VA-112 as AJ-5508.  1966-68: VA-36 as AE-5xx.  1968-69: VA-34 as AA-3xx.  1969-70: VC-8.
					1970-71: VMA-543.  1971: VMA-131 as QG-09.  1972: VMA-131 as QG-9.  1973-75: VMA-131 as QG-09.
					To MASDC as 3A0398 May 19, 1975.  To NPRO, Long Beach, CA Jul 6, 1976.  SOC at NPRO May 1, 1979.
				149490 (MSN 12815) 1962: VA-55 as NF-5xx.  1962-63: VA-22 as NE-211  1963-65: VA-22 as NE-231.
					1965: VA-22 as NE-211,   (VA-22 attached to USS Midway (CVA-41)) hit the top of a mountain ridge during a bombing
					run and caught fire Aug 24, 1965  near Phong Bai, 30 mi S of Thanh Hoa.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				149491 (MSN 12816) 1962-63: VA-12 as AB-401. 1964: VA-12 as AB-4xx. 
					Crashed 13 May 1964 in Mediterranean Sea near USS Franklin D. Roosevelt CVA-42
				149492 (MSN 12817) 1962: VA-195 as NM-5xx.  1963: VA-195.  1963-65: VA-112 as NH-2xx.
					1965-66: VA-112 as AA-5xx.  1966-68: VA-36 as AE-5xx.  1968-69: VA-64 as AG-6xx.
					1969-70: VA-36 as AA-5xx.   1970: MARTD New York, NY.  1970-74: VMA-131.
					1975: VMA-131 as QG-11.  1975: VMA-133 as ME-7 NAS Alameda, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0435 Oct 28, 1975.  To Republic of Singapore under FMS Jan 9, 1980.
				149493 (MSN 12818) 1962: VA-192.   1963-64: VA-195.  1965-67: VA-195 as NM-504.  1967-68: VA-15.
					1968-69: VA-66 as AK-312.  1969: VA-12 as AJ-406.  1970-71: VA-12.  1971: VA-304.
					1971-73: VMA-322 as QR-53.  1973-75: VMA-134.  
					 To MASDC as 3A0445 Jan 13, 1975.  To Singapore AF under FMS Dec 167, 1980 as 902
				149494 (MSN 12819) 1962-63: VA-55 as NF-507.  1963-64: VA-93 as NG-3xx.  1964: VA-22 as NE-2xx.
					1965-66: VA-216 as NP-6xx.   (VA-216) bomb fell off during launch from USS Hancock CVA-19), bounced back off the deck, 
					striking the aircraft and causing fire Jul 8, 1966 over Gulf of Tonkin.
					Pilot forced to eject, and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				149495 (MSN 12820) 1962-64: VA-113 as NH-309.  1965-66: VA-113 as NH-303.
					(VA-113 attached to USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63)) damaged by AAA over North Vietnam but made it back to carrier 
					and pilot ejected Apr 20, 1966 and was rescued by helicopter.
				149496 (MSN 12821) 1962: VA-55 as NF-5xx.  1962-63: VA-22 as NE-213.  1963-64: VA-22 as NE-221.
					Oct 6, 1964: Crashed while landing at NAS Alameda, CA. Pilot was killed
				149497 (MSN 12822) 1962: VA-55.  1963-65: VA-125.  1965-66: VA-192 as NM-209.  1966-67: VA-56.
					1967: VSF-1.  1969-70: VC-7.  1/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-203.
					1974-76: VC-2 as JE-07.NAS Virginia Beach, VA. To MASDC as 3A0505 Sep 2, 1976.  
					To Malaysia May 23, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM.
				149498 (MSN 12823) 1962-63: VA-55.  1963-64: VA-146.  1964-65: VA-22.  1966-67: VA-76 as NG-515.
					1967: VA-56.  1967: VA-22.  1967: VA-94.  1967: VSF-1.  1968-69: VA-216 as NL-612.  1969-70: VC-5.
					1970: VA-172 as AJ-314.  1970-72: VA-45 as AU-662  1972-75: VMA-134.
					To MASDC as 3A0436 Oct 30, 1975.  To Singapore Sep 2, 1980 for conversion to A-4SU with serial 991
				149499 (MSN 12824) 1962-63: VA-12 as AB-4xx.  1964: VA-12 as AB-402. 1965: VA-12 as AB-4xx.
					1965: VA-172 as AB-307.  1965-66: NAS Rota, Spain.  1966-68: VA-64 as AE-6xx.  1968-69: VA-34 as AA-3xx.
					1/26/1969: Crashed on the Pinecastle Gunnery Range, FL due to engine failure. Pilot was killed
				149500 (MSN 12825) 1962-65: VA-12.  1965: VA-172 as AB-305.  1966-67: VA-94 as NF-400.
					1967-70: VA-81 as AB-402.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1970: VA-304  8/1970: Converted to A-4L.  
					1971-76: VMA-142 as MB-1 NAS Cecil Field, FL
					To MASDC as 3A0464 Jan 9, 1976.  Sold to Malaysia under FMS Sep 28, 1983.  Seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
					Registered N218AT Jun 30, 2008.
				149501 (MSN 12826) 1962: VA-55.  1962-65: VA-22.  1965-66: VA-112 as AJ-509 and AJ-510.  1966: VA-112 as AJ-501.
					Jan 11, 1966: Crashed into the sea. Pilot was killed
				149502 (MSN 12827) 1962-63: VA-55.   1963-65: VA-94 as NG-403.  1965-66: VA-94 as NG-4xx.  1967: VA-94 as NF-403.
					1967-70: VA-81.  1970: VMA-134.  3/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-205.
					To MASDC as 3A0412 Sep 9, 1975.  9/1983: Sold to the Malaysian AF. (N219AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				149503 (MSN 12828) 1962-64: VA-12 as AB-403.  1965: VA-12.  1965-67: VA-46.  1967-68: VA-12.
					1968-70: VA-81.  1970-71: VMA-134 as QV-17. MARTD Los Alamitos, CA  1973-75: VMA-134.
					To MASDC as 3A0353 Feb 25, 1972.  Bailed to Boeing, Seattle, WA Apr 22, 1975.
				149504 (MSN 12829) 1962-65: VA-12.  1965: VA-44.  DBR in accident Jun 3, 1965
				149505 (MSN 12830) Taken on strength with the Navy ca.1962, it was redesignated as an A-4C under the 
					1962 system. It was first assigned to Attack Squadron 125 (VA-125) at NAS Lemoore from 1962 to 1965. 
					It was then assigned to VA-93, also at Lemoore, until 1966 when it was assigned to Marine Attack 
					Squadron 214 (VMA-214) at NAS Yuma, AZ.  Later that year the plane was back at Lemoore with VA-55, 
					and then deployed to South Vietnam until 1968 when it was assigned to VA-195 at NAS Atsugi, Japan 
					for a year.  On 2/11/69 the plane assigned to Anti-Submarine Warfare Fighter Squadron 1 (VSF-1) at 
					NAS Alameda, CA, before transferring on 11/26/69 to Fleet Composite Squadron 7 (VC-7) at 
					NAS Miramar, CA. In 1973 the plane was sent to the Naval Air Technical Training Command at 
					NAS Memphis, TN for use as a ground instruction airframe, and in July that year it was stricken 
					from the Navy.  By 2004 it was found parked on the Naval Aviation Museum storage ramp at NAS Pensacola, FL.
					Noted Mar 2006 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
					The report that the plane went to Malaysia for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM is apparently incorrect. 
				149506 (MSN 12831) 1962-65: VA-125.  1965-66: VA-113.  1966: VA-56.  1966-68: VA-125.
					1968: VA-873.  1969: VSF-1 as AG-506.  1969-70: VA-95.  1970-71: VA-304.  2/1971: Converted to A-4L.
					1970: NARTU Alameda, CA.  1971: VA-209 as AF-2.  1971: Flew with the Air Barons acrobatic team.  1971: VA-205.
					To MASDC as 3A0422 Sep 17, 1975.  To Malaysia under FMS Jan 11, 1983
				149507 (MSN 12832) 1962: VA-112 as NH-202.  1965: VA-22 as NE-204.
					(VA-22 attached to USS Midway (CVA-41)) crashed near Nghia Hung/Trung Do, North Vietnam
					afber being caught in prematore explosion of its own bombs Apr 20, 1965.  
					Pilot ejected and became POW.
				149508 (MSN 12833) 1962-63: VA-55.   1963-64: VA-93.   1965-66: VA-93 as NG-303.  1966-68: VA-55 as NK-512.
					1968: VA-125.  1968-70: VA-95 as AB-500.   2/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-71: VA-209.
					1973-76: VC-12.  1976-78: VA-204.  Jan 4, 1978: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN. In 2007 was seen mouned on a pole at
					Patriot Park, Covington, TN, on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				149509 (MSN 12834) *1962-66: VA-195 as NM-502.  1966-67: VA-94 as NF-404.
					(VA-94 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam May 10, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				149510 (MSN 12835) (VA-112) missing 43 mi From USS Forrestal CVA-59 Jan 11, 1966.  Pilot issued Mayday call, 
					but was missing.
				149511 (MSN 12836) 1958: VX-4.  1962-64: VX-4.  5/1964: Put into storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.
					1964: Returned to service.  1964-65: VA-125.  w/o Feb 20, 1965
				149512 (MSN 12837) 1962-63: VA-72 as AG-301 Crashed into sea 19 Aug 1963 off Gavres, France.   Pilot ok
				149513 (MSN 12838) 1962: VA-12.   1963: VA-12 as AB-407.  1964-65: VA-12.   1965: VA-172.
					1965-67: VA-46.  1967: VA-172 as AB-316.  1967-68: VA-12 as AB-xxx.
					With VA-12 pilot ejected off port quarter of USS Franklin D. Roosevelt CVA-42 Mar 8, 1968.  Pilot
					recovered uninjured by helicopter.
				149514 (MSN 12839) 1962-63: VMA-242   1963: H&MS-14.  1963-65: VMA-224.  1965: H&MS-14.
					1965-66: VMA-225.  1966-68: VA-125.  1968-70: VMA-214.  1970: VMA-124.  1970-71: MARTD Glenview, IL.
					To MASDC as 3A0343 Jul 14, 1971. To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Dec 12, 1974.
 					Converted to A-4Q and transferred to Argentine Navy Dec 1974 as C-322.  4th Air Brigade.
					1983: Grupo 5.  3/1999: Withdrawn from use.  In 2010 was
					on display outside National Aeronautics Museum, Moron, Argentina.  
				149515 (MSN 12840) 1962-63: VA-55 as NF-5xx.   1963-64: VA-94 as NG-406.  1964-65: VA-94 as NG-411.
					1966: VA-94 as NG-406. (VA-94 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) was involved in midair collision with
					A-4C 148499 over North Vietnam Mar 21, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				149516 (MSN 12841) 1962-63: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.  1963-65: VMA-224.  1965: H&MS-14.
					1965: VMA-225.  1966: H&MS-14.  1966: VA-144.  1967: VSF-1.  1968: VA-125.
					1968-70: VA-95.  2/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-71: VA-209 as AF-613.\  1973-76: VC-12 as JY-3.
					VMA-134 as QV-17?   12/1976: Bailed to Flight Systems, Inc of Mojave, CA and given the civilian registration N402FS.  
					To MASDC as 3A0533 Oct 24, 1985.  To RNZAF Museum, Christchurch, New Zealand No 17, 1987. 
					Now in RNZAF Museum, Christchurch, NZ configured as A-4K NZ6207 (BuNo 157910).
				149517 (MSN 12842) 1962: VA-76.  1962-63: VA-106.  W/o 11 Jul 1963   Location ?
				149518 (MSN 12843) 1962: VA-76.  1962-66: VA-106.   1966: VA-46.  1966: VA-44.  1966-68: VA-34 as AK-307.
					1968: VA-44.  1968-69: VA-81 as AB-403.  1970: VA-81.  3/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970-71: VA-209.  1973-76: VC-12 as JY-2.  To MASDC as 3A0478 Mar 24, 1976.  To Malaysia Jan 25, 1983 
					for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM with serial M32-1.  9 Squadron
				149519 (MSN 12844) 1960: VA-44 as AD-425.  1962-63: VA-76.  1963-66: VA-106.  1966: VA-44.
					1966-67: VA-34 as AK-304.  1968-69: VA-34.  1969-70: VA-36 as AA-311.
					Jan 8, 1970: Crashed into the sea off Sardinia. Pilot was killed
				149520 (MSN 12845) 1962: VA-93.  1962-64: VA-22.  1964-66: VA-192 as NM-201.  1966-67: VA-36 as NG-705.
					1969: VA-106.  1969-70: NARTU Memphis, TN as 6M-8.  1970-73: VMA-322.  1973: VMA-134.
					1974: VMA-134 as MF-11.  1975: VMA-134.
					To MASDC as 3A0450 Nov 26, 1975.  To Republic of Singapore under FMS Sep 2, 1980.
				149521 (MSN 12846) 1962-63: VA-76.  1963-64: VA-106.  1964: VA-76 as NG-xxx.  1965: VA-36 as AE-502. 1965: VA-76 as NG-xxx.
					(VA-76 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) shot down by ground fire near Uong Bi,
					15 mi NNE of Haiphong, North Vietnam Dec 22, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				149522 (MSN 12847) 1962: VA-76 as AF-606.  1962-63: VA-106.  1963: VA-76 as AF-604.  1964-66: VA-106.
					1966-67: VA-44.  1967-70: VA-83 as AJ-311   1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.   1970: VA-304 as ND-405 NAS Alameda, CA.
					To MASDC as 3A0320 Mar 19, 1971.  To Singapore AF under FMS Oct 2, 1980 as serial 904
				149523 (MSN 12848) 1962-66: VA-93 as NG-312.  1966: VA-55.  1967: VA-55 as NK-513.
					1967-69: VA-36 as AK-506.  1969: VA-172 as AJ-3xx.
					Crashed after  collision with A-4C 147839 Nov 25, 1969 near Switerland/Jacksonville, FL,  Pilot was killed.
				149524 (MSN 12849) 1962: VA-76 as AF-6xx.  1962-63: VA-43.  1963-64: VA-66.  1965: VA-66 as AE-304.
					1966: VA-66 as AE-305.  1967-68: VA-66.  1968-69: VA-15 as AA-411.  1969-70: VA-66 as AA-3xx.
					May 6, 1970: Crashed into the sea alongside USS Forrestal CVA-59
				149525 (MSN 12850) 1962-66: VA-93 as NG-3xx.  1966-67: VA-55 as NK-505.  1967-69: VA-36 as AK-5xx.
					1969-70: VA-172 as AJ-313.
					(VA-172 attached to USS Shangri La (CVS-38)) crashed off port bow into Gulf of Tonkin after 
					bad catapult shot Sep 23, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was recovered.
				149526 (MSN 12851) 1962-63: VA-76 as AF-608.  1963-66: VA-106 as AK-3xx.  1966-68: VA-44.
					1968-70: VA-81 as AB-4xx.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1970-72: VA-305 as ND-510.  1972-73: VMA-133.
					To MASDC as 3A0371 Aug 23, 1973. To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Nov 5, 1974. 
					To Argentine AF Nov 1974 as A-4Q C-303.  1982: Grupo 4.
					May 9, 1982: Crashed near the Falklands Islands. Shot down? Disappeared on a mission? Pilot was killed?
				149527 (MSN 12852) 1962-63: VA-153.  1963-64: VA-113 as NH-306.  1964-65: VA-192.  1965-66: VA-146 as NK-600.
					VA-146 attached to USS Ranger (CVA-61) went missing  5 mi NW of Phu Dien Chau, Nghe An 
					Province, North Vietnam Feb 1, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				149528 (MSN 12853) 1962: VA-93.  1962-64: VA-22.  1964-65: VA-195 as NM-5xx.  1965: VA-146.
					1965-66: VA-216 as NP-693.
					(VA-216 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19) shot down by small arms fire near Qui Vinh near Thanh Hoa,  North Vietnam 
					Jun 17, 1966.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				149529 (MSN 12854) 1962: VA-76.  1963: VA-76 as AF-611.  1963: VA-106.  1964: VA-106 as AK-306.
					1965: VA-106.  1966: VA-106 as AC-406.  1966-67: VA-15 as AK-206. 1968-69: VA-216 as NL-607.
					(VA-216 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) exploded over Laos Feb 14, 1969.  Pilot MIA. 
					His exploding aircraft severely damaged the plane flying next to him, BuNo 148547
				149530 (MSN 12855) 1962: VA-66.  1962-63: VA-76.  1963: VA-106.  1963-65: VA-12 as AB-409.  1965: VA-44.
					1965-68: VA-66.  1968-69: VA-15.  1969: VA-64 as AG-603.  1969-70: NARTU Memphis, TN.
					1970: NARTU Jacksonville, FL.  1970: VSF-76.  1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.  1973-74: VT-86 as 4B-14.
 					To MASDC as 3A0390 May 30, 1974.  To Singapore AF under FMS Dec 16, 1980
				149531 (MSN 12856) 1962-66: VA-94 as NG-412.  1967: VA-94.  1967-68: VA-81 as AJ-412.
					1969-70: VA-81 as AB-400.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA. 1970: VA-305.  7/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970-71: VMA-142.  1971: VA-203.  1974-75: VC-1.  1975-76: VC-7 as UH-28.
					To MASDC as 3A0466 Jan 18, 1976.  To Malaysia under FMS Jan 10, 1983 for 
					conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM ss M32-10.
				149532 (MSN 12857) 1962: VA-94  1962-63: VA-216.  1963-65: VA-22 as NE-227. 1966-67: VA-144 as NH-312.
					1967: VSF-1.  1968: VA-216.  1968-70: VA-95.  2/1970: Converted to A-4L.   1970-72: VA-209 as AF-6xx.
					1972-76: VMA-124.  Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  1976-78: VA-204.
					Jan 4, 1978: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.  4/2006: Put into storage at NAS Pensacola, FL.
					Seen on NATTC parking ramp at NAS
					Pensacola, FL Dec 27, 2004.  Noted Mar 2006 at National Museum of
					Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  To Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA by Sep 2006, on loan from National
					Naval Aviation Museum
				149533 (MSN 12858) 1962: VA-94 as NG-4xx.   1962-63: VA-22 as NE-303.  1963-64: VA-22 as NE-2xx.
					4/13/1964: Crashed into the sea off USS Midway. Pilot was killed.
				149534 (MSN 12859)1962: VA-66 as AF-xxx.  W/o May 25, 1962   Location ?
				149535 (MSN 12860) 1962-63: VA-94  1964-65: VA-94 as NG-408.  1965: VA-64 as AE-614.  1966-68: VMA-332.
					1968-70: VMA-324.  Jun 6, 1970: Written off
				149536 (MSN 12861) 1962: VA-66.  1962-64: VA-12  1964-65: VA-44.  1965-66: VA-172.  1966-68: VA-146 as NK-607.
					1968: VA-152.  1968-70: VMA-214.  12/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-71: VMA-322.
					1971-74: VMA-543 as MD-9.   1974-76: VC-13.
					To MASDC as 3A0489 May 26, 1976.  To Malaysia Jan 15, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM as serial M32-26
				149537 (MSN 12862) 1962-64: VA-112.  1964: VA-172 as AB-302.  1964-65: VA-94.  1965-66: VA-93 as NG-313.
					1966-67: VA-55.   1967-69: VA-36.  1969-71: VA-172 as AJ-302.  1971: VSF-76.
					1971-73: NAS Glynco, GA.  1973-74: VT-86 as 4B-139.
					To MASDC as 3A0391 Jun 4, 1974.  To Singapore Sep 2, 1980 for conversion to A-4SU with serial 970
				149538 (MSN 12863) 1962-63: VA-112.  1963-65: VA-144 as NK-400.  1965-66: VA-144 as NF-540.  
					1966-67: VA-94 as NF-414  Was with VA-94 on USS Hancock CVA-19.  1967-68: VA-36 as AA-xxx.
					1968-69: VA-36 as AK-503.  1969: VA-36 as AA-xxx.  7/31/1969: Crashed near Flagler Beach, FL. Pilot was killed
				149539 (MSN 12864) 1962: VA-94  1962-63: VA-153.  1963-65: VA-113.  1965: VA-192.  1966: VA-94.  1967-68: VA-22.  
					1968: VA-94 as NF-414.  1968-69: VA-36  Was at one time with VA-36.  1969-70: VA-44.
					12/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-71: VMA-142.  1971-74: VA-204.   Apr 7, 1974: Written off
				149540 (MSN 12865) 1962-63: VA-113.  1963: VA-144.  1964: VA-22.  1964-66: VA-113.
					1966: VA-76.  1967: VA-76 as NP-690.  1969-70: VA-36.  1970: VA-304.  10/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1971-75: VMA-124.
					1975-76: VC-12.  To MASDC as 3A0488 May 25, 1976.  (N220AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
					Noted Oct 2004 at Marana North West RAP, Avra Valley, AZ
				149541 (MSN 12866) 1962-64: VA-113 as NH-301.  1964-66: VA-94 as NG-413.  1966-68: VMA-332 as EA-7.
					1968-70: VMA-324.  1970-71: VMA-134.  1971-72: VMA-134 as QV-9 MARTD Los Alamitos, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0354 Feb 25, 1972.  Transferred to USAF inventory Apr 30, 1985 as PCN AD0003.
					To Peterson AFG, CO as range target Jul 8, 1985.
				149542 (MSN 12867) 1962-64: VA-112 as NH-212.  1964-67: VA-146 as NK-602
					(VA-146 attached to USS Constellation (CVA-64)) shot down by SA-2 over Haiphong, North Vietnam Jul 9, 1967.  
					Pilot KIA
				149543 (MSN 12868) 1962-63: VA-76 as AF-607.  1963-64: VA-106.  1964: VA-66 as AE-5xx.
					1965: VA-66.  1966: VA-66 as AE-300.  1967: VA-66 as AE-xxx.  Crashed after collision with A-4C 147848 over 
					Mediterranean Sea Mar 4, 1967.
				149544 (MSN 12869) 1962-63: VA-76 as AF-610.  1963-64: VA-106 as AK-3xx. 1964-65: VA-12 as AB-4xx.
					1965: VA-44.  1965-66: VA-64 as AE-6xx.  1967: VA-64 as AE-605.  1967: VA-34.
					1968-69: VA-34 as AA-301.  1969-70: VC-8.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1970-72: VA-305 as ND-517.
					1972-74: VC-7.  1975: VC-7 as UH-07.
					To MASDC as 3A0448 Nov 24, 1975.  To Singapore AF Sep 2, 1980.  Currently preserved at Jurong AB
				149545 (MSN 12870) 1962: VA-76.   1962-64: VA-172 as AB-xxx.
					Feb 5, 1964: Crashed into the sea after a bad launch off USS Franklin.D. Roosevelt CVA-42 in the Caribbean Sea. Pilot was killed.
				149546 (MSN 12871) 1962-63: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.  1963-65: VMA-224.  1965-67: VA-34 as AK-304
					(VA-34 attached to USS Intrepid (CVS-11)) shot down by SA-2 near Hanoi, North Vietnam Nov 17, 1967.  
					Pilot ejected and made POW.
				149547 (MSN 12872) 1962-65: VA-144 as NK-401.  1965-66: VA-144 as NF-541.  1966-67: VA-94.
					1967-69: VA-195.  1969: VSF-1 as AG-503.  1969-72: VC-7 as UH-02.   1972: VC-7 as UH-04.  1973-74: VC-7.
					1975: VC-7 as UH-02.  VA-304 as ND-416 NAS Alameda, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0419 Sep 13, 1975.  In 2010 was in storage at Yanks Air Museum, awaiting restoration.
					By 2013 was at Planes of Fame, Chino, California.
				149548 (MSN 12873) 1962: H&MS-14.  1962-63: VMA-242.  1963: H&MS-14.  1963: VMA-224.
					25 Oct 1963 crashed into Casco Bay off NAS Brunswick, ME.   Pilot killed
				149549 (MSN 12874) 1962: VA-76.  1962: VA-12.   1963: VA-12 as AB-406.  1964-65: VA-12.  1965-66: VA-172.
					1966: VA-76 as NP-xxx.
					Dec 6, 1966: Crashed into the Pacific after a bad launch off USS Bon.Homme. Richard  CVA-31.  Pilot was killed
				149550 (MSN 12875) *1962: VA-146.  1962-63: VA-22.  1963-69: VA-125.  1969-71: VC-1.  1971-75: VC-7.
					VA-303 as ND-313 NAS Alameda, CA  To MASDC as 3A0403 Aug 14, 1975.  (N224AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				149551 (MSN 12876) 1962: VA-144 as NK-402.  1962: VA-55 as NK-506.  1962-64: VA-55 as NF-500.
					1964-65: VA-146 as NK-604.  1965: VA-94.  1965-66: VA-93 as NG-301.  1966: VA-55.  1967-68: VA-55 as NK-506.
					1968-69: VA-125.  1969: VSF-1 as AG-512.  1969-70: VMA-214.  1970: MARTD Glenview, IL.  9/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-71: VMA-142.
					1971-73: VA-203 as AF-305.   1974-76: VC-13 as UX-5   To MASDC as 3A0490 May 29, 1976.  
					To Malaysia Apr 4, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM as N32-15
				149552 (MSN 12877) 1962-65: VA-144 as NK-403.  1965-66: VA-144 as NF-543.
					(VA-144 attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) suffered engine failure 20 mi off coast near Da Nang AB,
					South Vietnam Feb 14, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by USMC helicopter.
				149553 (MSN 12878) 1962-65: VA-144 as NK-404.  1965-66: VA-144 as NF-544.  1966: VA-113.  1966-67: VA-76 as NP-691.
					1967-68: VA-34.  1968-69: VA-66.  1969-70: VA-12 as AJ-401
					(VA-12 attached to USS Shangri La (CVS-38)) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin due to bad catapult
					shot Aug 6, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				149554 (MSN 12879) 1962-63: VA-146.  1963: VA-112.  1963-64: VA-125.
					Crashed 7 Feb 1964 over Pacific after bad launch from USS Coral Sea CVA-43. Pilot was killed.
				149555 (MSN 12880) 1962-63: VA-144 as NK-405.  1964: VA-144.  1965-66: VA-144 as NF-542.  1967-68: VA-22 as NE-201.
					1968: VA-112.  1969: VA-112 as AH-403.  1969-70: VMAT-102.  8/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970-71: VMA-142.  1971: VA-203 as AF-304.  1974-75: VC-13 as UX-6.
					To MASDC as 3A0456 Dec 10, 1975.  To Malaysia under FMS Sep 9, 1983.  (N225AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
					Noted Oct 2004 at Marana North West RAP, Avra Valley, AZ  N225AT deregistered Dec 7, 2010
				149556 MSN 12881) 1962-65: VA-146 as NK-612.  1966-67: VA-146.  1967-68: VA-36.   1968-69: VA-66 as AK-310.   1969-70: VA-12.
					11/1970: Converted to A-4L  1970-71: VMA-142.  1971-73: VA-203 as AF-306.  1974-76: VC-13.  
					Dec 7, 1976: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.  1982-84: NATTC Memphis, TN as 08.
				149557 MSN 12882) 1962-64: VA-144 as NK-406.   1965-66: VA-144 as NF-546(VA-144 attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) 
					hit by SAM over North Vietnam Feb 9, 1966. Pilot headed out to sea and ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				149558 (MSN 12883) 1962-65: VA-146 as NK-611.   1965-66: VA-94 as NG-4xx.  1966: VA-93 as NG-315.
					1966-68: VA-55 as NK-504.  1968-69: VA-36 as AK-501.   1969: VA-36 as AA-516.  1969-71: VA-172 as AJ-301.
					1971-72: VA-45 as AU-661 (or AU-663?)   1972-75: VC-8.  8/26/1975: Struck off charge.
					3/1999: Burnt up in fire training at MCAS Beaufort, S
				149559 (MSN 12884) 1962-65: VA-146 as NK-610.  1965-67: VA-93.  1967-68: VA-81 as AB-4xx.
					9/30/1968: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.
				149560 (MSN 12885) 1962-65: VA-144 as NK-407.   1965: VA-144 as NF-547
					(VA-144 attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) shot down by ground fire near the Hai Duong Bridge near 
					Hanoi, North Vietnam Dec 1, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				149561 (MSN 12886) 1962-65: VA-144 as NK-408.  8/16/1965: Crashed into the sea off Southern California.
				149562 (MSN 12887) 1962-65: VA-146 as NK-609.  1965: VA-94 as NG-414. Or as NG-413?
					(VA-94 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) shot down by ground fire near the Hai Duong Bridge 
					near Haiphong,,North Vietnam Dec 23, 1965.  Pilot captured and made POW.
				149563 (MSN 12888) 1962-64: VA-172 as AB-300.  1965-66: VA-172.  1966: VA-144.   1966-67: VA-36.  1967-68: VA-66.
					1968-69: VA-64 as AG-601.  1969-70: VA-36.  1970-73: VSF-86 as NW-605.  1973: VT-86 as 4B-13.
					6/21/1973: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN
					Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Seen on NATTC parking ramp at NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 27, 2004.
					Noted Mar 2006 in restoration hangar at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
					Noted Oct 2012 on display at Pensacola Regional Airport, Florida in Blue Angels color scheme, on loan
					from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				149564 (MSN 12889) 1962-65: VA-172.  1965-66: VA-46.  1966: VA-172 as AB-313.  1967: VA-172 as AB-307 and AB-313.
					1967-68: VA-12.  1969: VA-12 as AJ-401.  1969-70: NARTU Memphis, TN.   VMA-133.
					To MASDC as 3A0280 Oct 9, 1970. To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Oct 11, 1974.
 					To Argentine AF Oct 1974 as A-4Q C-314. Grupo 4.  1983: Grupo 5.
					3/1999: Withdrawn from use. Now on display at IV Brigada  Aerea Museum, Mendoza, Argentina
				149565 (MSN 12890) 1962-65: VA-172 as AB-301.  1965-67: VA-46.  1967-68: VA-12 as AB-411.  1969: VA-12.
					1969: VA-44.  1969-70: NARTU New York, NY.  1970-71: VMA-131.
					6/25/1971: Struck off charge at NAS Willow Grove, PA. 
				149566 (MSN 12891) 1962-65: VA-172 as AB-303.  1965-66: VA-46.  1966: VA-172 as AB-314.  1967-68: VA-12 as AJ-4xx.
					1969: VA-12 as AJ-404.  Caught number 4 wire off center on landing on USS Shangri-La CVA-38 and went 
					over the port side and is suspended by the wire Feb 12, 1969.  Pilot ejected from the aircraft but was killed upon impact with
					the water.  Number 4 wire was cut and plane was set adrift.  Plane was sank by a destroyer.
				149567 (MSN 12892) 1962-64: VA-146 as NK-608.  1965-66: VA-146 as NK-604
					(VA-146 attached to USS Constellation (CVA-64)) damaged by AAA near Vinh, Nghe An Province, 
					North Vietnam Jun 25, 1966.  Plane was able to fly out to sea where pilot ejected and was rescued by
					Navy helicopter.
				149568 (MSN 12893) 1962-63: VA-146 as NK-607   Crashed into sea 8 Jul 1963 off Japanese coast.   Pilot killed
				149569 (MSN 12894) 1962-63: VA-172.  1963-64: VA-36.   1965: VA-36 as NG-701.  1966-67: VA-36.  1967-68: VA-15.
					1968-70: VA-44.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  4/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-71: VA-205.
					6/20/1971: Struck off charge.   12/1994: Assigned as a ground trainer to NAS Memphis, TN
				149570 (MSN 12895) 1962-64: VA-146 as NK-606,  (VA-146) collided in midair with RF-8A 146879 over South China Sea 
					off Lap An NW of Da Nang, SVN Nov 13, 1964.  A-4C pilot ejected safely and was rescued by helicopter, 
					but RF-8A pilot was killed.
				149571 (MSN 12896) 1962-65: VA-146 as NK-600.  1965-66: VA-146 as NK-605.
					(VA-146) in operational accident over Gulf of Tonkin May 5, 1966.  Accidentally glanced off
					the water and caught fire.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				149572 (MSN 12897) 1962-64: VA-146 as NK-604.  1964-65: VA-153 as NL-xxx
					(VA-153 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) engine seized during bombing mission over 
					North Vietnam Feb 11, 1965.  Pilot ejected over water and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				149573 (MSN 12898) 1962-65: VA-144 as NK-409.  1965-66: VA-153.  1967: VA-56.  1967: VSF-1.
					1967-68: VA-112 as NH-400.  1968: VA-873.  1969: VA-106 as AG-313.  1969-70: NARTU Memphis, TN.
					5/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-204 as AF-415 NAS New Orleans, LA
					To MASDC as 3A0424 Sep 19, 1975.  To Malaysia under FMS Feb 22, 1983 for conversion to 
					A-4PTM, TA-4PTM with serial M32-30.  Currently in a museum in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
				149574 (MSN 12899) 1962-65: VA-144 as NK-410.   1964-65: VA-153 as NL-306
					(VA-153 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) shot down by ground fire over the Song Cho River 
					near Tho Xuan/Thanh Hoa., North Vietnam Jun 25, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				149575 (MSN 12900) 1962: VA-146.  1962: VA-144.  1963-64: VA-146 as NK-603.  1964: VA-144.  1965: VA-153.
					1965-66: H&MS-15.  1966-67: VA-146 as NK-600.  1967-68: VA-22.  1968-69: VA-112 as AH-414.  1969-70: VMAT-102.
					1970: NARTU New York, NY.  1970-72: VMA-322  to MASDC as 3A0355 Mar 6, 1972. To DMI, Tucson, AZ Jul 21, 1983   
					To Malaysia under FMS but never delivered.  (N226AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.  Noted
					Oct 2004 at Marana North West RAP, Avra Valley, AZ
				149576 (MSN 12901) 1962-63: VA-144 as NK-411.  1964: VA-144 as NK-4xx.  1964-65: VA-153 as NL-308.
					(VA-153 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) hit by ground fire over North Vietnam Jul 15, 1965.  Pilot 
					flew 20 mi off the coast wher he ejected and was recovered.
				149577 (MSN 12902) 1962: VA-144.  1963: VA-113.  1963-65: VA-94.  1965-66: VA-146.  1966-67: VMA-332.  1967: VA-44.
					1967-68: VA-83 as AB-312.  1969-70: VA-83   1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.   1970: VA-304 as ND-416 NAS Alameda, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0284 Oct 22, 1974.  To NAS Fallon, NV as range target Oct 3, 1984.
				149578 (MSN 12903) 1962-63: VA-144 as NK-413.  1963-64: VA-144 as NK-411
					(VA-144 attached to USS Constellation (CVA-64)) shot down by ground fire near Hon Gay, North Vietnam Aug 5, 1964.  
					Pilot Lt JG Everett Alvarez ejected and became POW.  First American POW of the Vietnam war, 
					and held until 1973.
				149579 (MSN 12904) 1962-63: VA-55.  1963-65: VA-125.  1966: VMA-311.  1966: VA-144 as NF-545.
					1966: VA-56.  1966-68: VA-146 as NK-611.  1968: VA-216.  1968-69: VA-125.  1969-70: VMAT-102.  3/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970: NARTU Glenview, IL.  1970-71: VA-204.  Feb 7, 1971: Written off at NAS Memphis, TN.
				149580 (MSN 12905) 1962-66: VA-146.  1967-68: VA-22.  1968-69: VA-112.  1970: VC-5.  1970-71: VA-172 as AJ-305.
					1971-76: VMA-131.   W/o at Willow Grove Mar 1, 1975, to MASDC as 3A0495 Jun 20, 1976.  
					Sold to the Malaysian AF for spare parts?   Salvaged in Kissimmee, FL
				149581 (MSN 12906) 1962-63: VMA-223.  1963: VMA-221.  1964-65: VMA-214.   1965-66: H&MS-15.  1966: VA-113 as NH-313.
					1967: VA-22 as NE-204.  1968: VA-22.  1968-69: VA-112.  1969-70: VMAT-102.  1970-71: VMA-124.
					1971: VSF-86.  To MASDC as 3A0314 Mar 3, 1971.  To DMI, Tucson, AZ Sep 7, 1983.  
					To Malaysia under FMS but never delivered.  (N227AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				149582 (MSN 12907) 1962-66: VA-146 as NK-601.  1966-67: VMA-332.  Feb 8, 1967: Caught fire and crashed near MCAS Cherry Point, NC
				149583 (MSN 12908) 1962-64: VA-144 as NK-402.  1964-65: VA-146.   1965: VA-153.  1965-66: VA-216 as NP-687.  1966-68: VA-125.
					1968: VSF-1.  1969: VSF-1 as AG-501.   1969-70: VMA-214.  1970: MARTD Glenview, IL.
					6/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-75: VA-204 as AF-404 NAS New Orleans, LA
					To MASDC as 3A0455 Dec 7, 1975.  To Malaysia May 25, 1985 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM
					with serial M32-35.
				149584 (MSN 12909)  Crashed Mar 20, 1963 with VA-172 in
					midair with 149589 over Mediterranean Sea between Italy and Greece.
				149585 (MSN 12910) 1962-66: VA-172 as AB-310.  1966-67: VA-46 as AC-5xx.  1967-68: VA-12 as AB-404.  1968-69: VA-12 as AJ-403.
					1969-71: VMA-133 to MASDC as 3A0325 Apr 4, 1971.  To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Oct 10, 1974. 
					To Argentine AF Oct 1974 as A-4Q C-325.  1982: Grupo 4.
					5/21/1982: Shot down by a RN Sea Harrier near the Falklands Islands. Pilot was killed.
				149586 (MSN 12911) 1963: VA-172.  1966-67: VA-22 as NE-232.  1967-68: VA-15 as AK-205.  1968-70: VA-66 as AK-302.
					1970-71: VA-12 as AJ-410.  1971-74: VC-8.  5/23/1974: Written off.
				149587 (MSN 12912) 1962-63: VA-34.  1964-65: VA-34 as AC-3xx.  1966-67: VA-34.  1968-69: VA-66.  1969-70: VA-12.
					1970-71: VMA-142. 1971-73: VMA-131.  1974: VMA-131 as QG-00.  1975: VMA-131.  1976: VMA-131 as QG-100.
					To MASDC as 3A0481 Apr 24, 1976.  To Singapore AF Jan 9, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 915
					1995: 143 Squadron.
				149588 (MSN 12913) 1962-63: VA-172.  1964: VA-144 as NK-402.  1964-65: VA-66.  1965-66: VA-34.  1966: VA-44.
					1966-67: VA-34 as AK-309.  1968-69: VA-34.  1969-70: VA-36.  1970-75: VMA-134.
					To MASDC as 3A0452 Dec 3, 1975.  To Singapore AF Jan 11, 1980 as A-4SU with serial 958
					1996: 145 Squadron
				149589 (MSN 12914) 1962-63: VA-172 as AB-xxx.  w/o Mar 20, 1963 in midair with A-4C 149584 
					over Mediterranean Sea between Italy and Greece
				149590 (MSN 12915) 1962: VA-34 as AK-301.  1962-65: VA-34 as AC-307.  1966-67: VA-34 as AK-304.  1967: VA-34 as AK-301.
					(VA-34 attached to USS Intrepid (CVS-11)) damaged by SAM over North Vietnam Sep 18, 1967.  Pilot 
					flew out to sea where he ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				149591 (MSN 12916) 1962-63: VA-72.  1963-66: VA-34.  1967: VA-34 as AK-302.  1968-69: VA-83.  1969: VA-64 as AG-615.
					1969-70: VA-44.  1/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-71: VA-209 as AF-601.  1972-73: VMA-134.  1973-76: VC-12 as JY-4.
  					To MASDC as 3A0493 Jun 4, 1976.   Seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
					Noted Oct 2004 at Marana North West RAP, Avra Valley, AZ.  Registered N228AT
					Jun 30, 2008
				149592 (MSN 12917)1962-63: VA-172.  1963: VA-34 as AC-3xx.  w/o 16 Aug 1963 in mid-air with 149596.    Location ?
				149593 (MSN 12918) 1962-66: VA-34 as AC-305.  Active in June 1965 aboard USS Saratoga with VA-34 coded AC-305
					1966-67: VA-34 as AK-310.  1967-68: VA-34 as AK-305.  1968-70: VA-44.   1/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970: VA-209 as AF-602.  1971: VA-205.  1972: VA-205 as AF-513.  1975-78: VA-204.
					Jan 4, 1978: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.  10/1984: Assigned as a ground trainer to NAS Memphis, TN.
				149594 (MSN 12919) 1962-67: VA-34.  1968-70: VA-44 as AD-426.  1/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970: VA-203.  1971-76: VMA-142 as MB-3.  1976: VC-12.   To MASDC as 3A0494 Jun 7, 1976.  
					To Malaysia under FMS Jan 12, 1983 with serial M32-07
				149595 (MSN 12920) 1962-63: VA-34 as AC-301.   1964-66: VA-34.  1966-67: VA-172 as AB-310.  1968-69: VA-172.
					1969-70: VA-66.  1970: VA-303 as ND-314 NAS Alameda, CA  To MASDC as 3A0304 Jan 27, 1971.  
					To DMI, Tucson, AZ Jul 15, 1983.  To Malaysia under FMS but never delivered.
					(N229AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
					On display in December 2013 at Draken International, Lakeland Linder Airport, Florida.   
					Advertised for sale on raptoraviation in 2010.  Preserved outside Feb 2017
				149596 (MSN 12921) w/o 16 Aug 1963 in mid-air with 149592      Location ?
				149597 (MSN 12922) 1962: VA-34.   1962-63: VA-36.   1963: VA-44.  1963-64: VA-12 as AB-4xx.  May 1, 1964: Written off.  Location ?
				149598 (MSN 12923) 1962-65: VA-34 as AC-311
					Mid-air with A-4C 150590 on 28 Sep 1965 near Cecil Field, FL.  Pilot was killed.
				149599 (MSN 12924) 1962-66: VA-34 as AC-310.  1966-67: VA-34 as AK-310.
					9/18/1967: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.
				149600 (MSN 12925) 1962-63: VA-34 as AC-306.  1964-65: VA-34.  1965-67: VA-46.  1967-68: VA-12.1969: VA-12 as AJ-400.
					1969-70: VA-44.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.  1970-71: VA-305 as ND-511 NAS Alameda, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0316 Mar 29, 1971.  To NAS Fallon, NV as range target Oct 3, 1984
				149601 (MSN 12926) 1962-63: VA-34 as AC-308.  1964-65: VA-34.  1966: VA-34 as AC-308.  1968-69: VA-15.  1969: VA-66 as AA-323.  
					6/16/1969: Crashed near NAS Cecil Field, FL.
				149602 (MSN 12927) 1962-63: VA-55 as NK-508.  Crashed May 2, 1963 while landing on USS Ticonderoga CVA-14 in the South China Sea    
				149603 (MSN 12928) 1962: VA-34.  1963: VA-34 as AC-312.  1964-65: VA-34 as AK-312. 1966: VA-34 as AC-312.
					1967: VA-34 as AK-312. (VA-34 attached to USS Intrepid (CVS-11)) shot down by SA-2 near Ban Yen/Hai Duong, 
					North Vietnam Jul 19, 1967.  Pilot ejected and made POW.
				149604 (MSN 12929) 1962-63: VA-55.   1963-65: VA-125.  1966: VA-125 as NJ-555.  1967-68: VA-125.  1968: VA-873.
					1968-69: VA-125.  1969: VSF-1 as AG-516.  1969-70: VMA-214.  1970-71: MARTD Glenview, IL.  1/1971: Converted to A-4L.
					1971-75: VA-205 as AF-501.  1975: VA-204 NAS New Orleans, LA
					To MASDC as 3A0500 Jul 9, 1976.  To Malaysian AF under FMS Sep 19, 1983
				149605 (MSN 12930) 1962-63: VA-55 as NF-502.  1963: VA-195.  1963-64: H&MS-15.  1964-65: VMA-214.
					1965: H&MS-15.  1965-66: VA-216.  1966: VMA-121.  1966-67: VMA-223.  1967: VMA-311.  1967: VMA-121.
					1967: VMA-211.  1967: VMA-223.  1968: VMA-223 as WP-21.  1968-69: VMA-121.  1969-70: VMAT-102.
					1970-73: VMA-322 as 5Z-56.  1973: VMA-134   1974: VMA-134 as MF-3.
					W/o with VMA-121 Jan 1975 due to unrepairable damage of unknown cause.
				149606 (MSN 12931) 1962-64: VA-216 as NP-600.  1964-65: VA-216 as NP-680.  1965-66: VA-93 as NG-304.
					1966-67: VA-55.  1967: VA-22.  1967: VA-112.   1967-68: VA-125.   1968: VA-873.  1968-69: VA-125.
					1969-71: VC-1 as UA-45.
					To MASDC as 3A0345 Aug 16, 1971.  7/1983: Sold to the Malaysian AF as A-4PTM M32-13 but never delivered.
					Returned to flying status and currently on the airshow circuit with Valiant Air Comman
				149607 (MSN 12932) 1962-63: VA-12 as AB-4xx.  1963-67: VA-36 as NG-702.  1967-68: VA-15 as AK-201.
					1968: VA-66 as AK-3xx.  1968-69: VA-36 as AK-5xx.  1969-70: VA-172 as AJ-3xx.  12/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970-71: VMA-142  1971-72: VMA-543 as 5V-00.  1972-74: VMA-543 as MD-3.  1974-76: VC-13 as UX-8.
					To MASDC as 3A0485 May 14, 1976.  To Malaysia Jan 26, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM with serial M32-18.
					Currently preserved at Fort Dickson, Malaysia, falsely marked as A-36/AE-5xx.
				149608 (MSN 12933) 1962-63: VA-55 as NF-503.  1963-64: VA-125.  1964: VA-55 as NF-503.  1965-66: VA-216 as NP-686.
					1966-68: VA-125.  1968: VSF-1.  1969: VSF-1 as AG-515  
					Noted aboard USS Independence CVA-62 coded AG-515 with VSF-1 on visit to Portsmouth, UK 
					in September 1969.  1969-70: VA-95.  1970: NARTU Alameda, CA.  7/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970: VA-204.NAS New Orleans, LA  To MASDC as 3A0470 Jan 28, 1976.  5/1983: Sold to the Malaysian AF as A-4PTM M32-40.
					To Malaysia for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM.
				149609 (MSN 12934) 1962-63: VA-55.  1963-65: VA-146.  1965-66: VA-93.  1966: VA-125.
					8/19/1966: Crashed into Shelter Cove on the Southern California coast. Australian Navy pilot was killed
				149610 (MSN 12935) 1962: VA-216 as NP-611.  1963: VA-216 as NP-606.  1964-65: VA-216 as NP-682.  1965: VA-22.
					1966-67: VMA-332.  Crashed after  midair with A-4C 148506 Aug 17, 1967 over Dismal Swamp, NC
				149611 (MSN 12936) 1962: VA-12.  1962-65: VA-172.  1965: VA-44.  1965-66: VA-15.  1966-67: VA-106.
					1967: VA-15 as AK-3xx.  Mid-air with A-4D 150600 on 14 Feb 1967 near Maclenny, FL
				149612 (MSN 12937) 1962-64: VA-216 as NP-610.  1964-65: VA-216 as NP-690
					(VA-216 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) lost in accident during training flight in South
					China Sea Mar 3, 1965.  Pilot killed.
				149613 (MSN 12938) 1962-64: VA-64 as AE-xxx.  Crashed 27 Mar 1964 while landing on USS Enterprise CVN-65 in Mediterranean Sea
				149614 (MSN 12939) 1962-64: VA-216 as NP-609.  1965: VA-216 as NP-689.  1966: VA-216 as NP-6xx.  1966-68: VMA-332.
					1968-69: VMA-324.  1969-75: VMA-133.   1976: VMA-133 as ME-9 NAS Alameda, CA
					To MASDC as 3A0496 Jun 23, 1976.  To Singapore AF Jan 29, 1980 under FMS
				149615 (MSN 12940) 1962: VA-64 as AE-xxx.  1963-64: VA-64 as AE-3xx.  Crashed 8 Apr 1964 in Tyrrenhian Sea
				149616 (MSN 12941) 1962-64: VA-216 as NP-608   1965-66: VA-216 as NP-688.
					(VA-216 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) hit by AAA over North Vietnam Jul 4, 1966.  Pilot 
					flew out to Gulf of Tonkin where he ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				149617 (MSN 12942) 1962-67: VA-64 as AE-305.  1967-68: VA-36 as AE-3xx.  1968-69: VA-34 as AA-3xx.
					1969-70: NAS New York, NY.  1970-74: VMA-131. As 5W-01?  To MASDC as 3A0383 May 19, 1974.  
					To Singapore AF under FMS Dec 16, 1980.
				149618 (MSN 12943) 1962: VA-64 as AF-3xx.  1963: VA-64 as AE-301.  1964-66: VA-64.  1967-68: VA-64 as AE-604.
					1968-69: VA-34.  1969: VA-36.  1969: MARTD Alameda, CA.  Converted to A-4L.  1970: VMA-142.
					1970: MARTD New York, NY.  1970: VSF-76 as AW-603.  To MASDC as 3A0374 Sep 5, 1973.  
					To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Nov 5, 1974.
					To Argentine Navy Nov 1974 as A-4Q C-304.  Shot down May 25, 1982 by a Sea Dart SAM from HMS Coventry 
					near Prebble Island, Falklands Islands. Pilot was killed
				149619 (MSN 12944) 1962-65: VA-64 as AE-602.  1966: VA-64.  1966-67: VA-15 as AK-200
					(VA-15 attached to USS Intrepid (CVS-11)) shot down by AAA near Haiphong, North Vietnam Oct 4, 1967.  
					Pilot ejected and became POW.
				149620 (MSN 12945) 1962-65: VA-216 as NP-687.  1965-67: VA-22.  1967: VA-195.  1967-68: VA-112 as NH-405.	  1968: VA-873.
					1968-69: VMA-214.  1969-70: VMAT-102.  1970: VMA-124.  9/1970: Converted to A-4L.
					1970-76: VMA-142 as MB-10 NAS Cecil Field, FL. .  To MASDC as 3A0486 May 22, 1976.  
					(N233AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
					Noted Oct 2004 at Marana North West RAP, Avra Valley, AZ.
				149621 (MSN 12946) 1962-65: VA-64.  1965-66: VA-15.  1966: VA-106 as AC-411.  1966-68: VA-15 as AK-204.
					1968-69: VA-36.  1969-71: VA-172 as AJ-300.
				149622 (MSN 12947) 1962: VA-216 as NP-286.  1963: VA-216 as NP-606.  1964: VA-216 as NP-286.
					1964-65: VA-212 as NP-686. Or NP-685?  1965-68: VA-125.  1968: VMA-214.  1968-69: VMAT-102.  1969-70: NARTU Alameda, CA.
					1970-71: VA-303.
				149623 (MSN 12948) 1963-64: VA-216 as NP-604.  1964-65: VA-216 as NP-685.  1965-66: VA-125.  1966-67: VA-22.
					1967: VA-94 as NF-415.  1967-68: VA-195 as NM-514.  1969: VA-216.  1969-70: VMAT-102.  1970-71: VMA-124.
					2/1971: Converted to A-4L.  1971-72: VA-209 as AF-1.  1973: NAF Detroit, MI as 7Y-10.  1973-75: VC-12 as JY-9.
					1975-78: VA-204.  Jan 4, 1978: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.  Assigned as a ground trainer to NAS Memphis, TN.
					Now on display on USS Yorktown, Patriots Point, Charlestown, SC, on loan from
					National Naval Avaition Museum
				149624 (MSN 12949) 1962: VA-86.  1962-66: VA-66.  1966: VA-34 as AK-315.  1966-67: VA-34 as AK-308.
					1968: VA-34 as AK-315.  1968-69: VA-44.   Collided with A-4C 145094 near Green Cove Springs, FL Jan 24, 1969
				149625 (MSN 12950) 1962: VA-216.  1964: VA-216 as NP-684.
					(VA-216 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19) lost in ramp strike during training flight off the 
					Vietnamese coast Dec 30, 1964.  Pilot killed.
				149626 (MSN 12951) 1963-65: VA-216 as NP-683.  1965-66: VA-195 as NM-5xx.  1966-67: VA-76 as NP-692.
					1967-68: VA-34 as AK-303.  1968: VA-44.  1968-70: VA-81 as AB-410.  1970: NARTU Los Alamitos, CA.
					1970: VA-304.  7/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970-76: VMA-142 as MB-00.
					To MASDC as 3A0482 Apr 27, 1976.  To Malaysia Jan 27, 1983 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM with seria M32-04.
					Also listed as colliding in midar with A-4C 148520 Mar 6, 1968 near Ludlow, CA
				149627 (MSN 12952) 1962: VA-12.  1962: VA-172.  1963-65: VA-216.  1965-66: VA-192.  1966: VA-146.  1966-68: VMA-332.		\		
					1969-70: VA-44.  1970-71: VC-4.  1971-72: VC-2.  8/28/1972: Written off.
				149628 (MSN 12953) 1962-64: VA-66.  1964-65: VA-43.  1965-68: VA-44.  1968-69: VA-15   1969: VA-106.  1969: MARTD Alameda, CA.
					To MASDC as 3A0372 Aug 31, 1973.  To Singapore AF Nov 1980 with serial 969.
				149629 (MSN 12954) 1962-63: VA-44.  1963-65: VA-76.  1966-67: VA-76 as NG-503.  1967-68: VA-55 as NK-501.
					1968: VA-216.   1968: VMA-223.  1968-69: VMA-121.  1969-70: VMAT-102.  1970-71: VMA-124.  1971-73: VMA-322.
					1975: VMA-133 as ME-10.   To MASDC as 3A0404 Aug 27, 1975.  To Singapore AF under FMS Jan 31, 1980
				149630 (MSN 12955) 1962-64: VA-64   1964: VA-76 as AE-605.  1965-66: VA-76.  1967: VA-22 as NE-216
					1967-68: VA-22 as NE-206.  1968: VA-873.  1968-69: VA-125.  1969: VA-106 as AG-310.  1969-70: NARTU Memphis, TN.
					1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: VA-204.  1971-76: VMA-124.NAS Memphis, TN
  					To MASDC as 3A0467 Jan 20, 1976.  To Malaysia Jan 11, 1983 under FMS for 
					conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM with serial M32-01.
				149631 (MSN 12956) 1962-63: VA-86 as AG-4xx   W/o 19 Aug 1963 in crash into sea off Brittany, France
				149632 (MSN 12957) 1962-63: VA-44.  1963-66: VA-76.  1966-67: VA-55 as NK-500.
					(VA-55 attached to USS Constellation (CVA-64)) engine flamed out shortly after launch Aug 2, 1967.  
					Pilot ejected and was recovered.
				149633 (MSN 12958) 1962-63: VA-216 as NP-6xx.  1963-64: VA-22 as NE-2xx.  1965: VA-22 as NE-232.
					1965-65: VA-195 as NM-503.   1966-67: VA-95 as AK-5xx.  1967: VA-56 as NG-4xx.  1967-68: VA-125.
					1968-69: VA-76 as AG-3xx.   1969-70: VA-44.  1/1970: Converted to A-4L.  1970: NARTU Jacksonville, FL as 6F-17.
					1970-74: VA-203.  1974-75: VC-5.  1975: VC-7..  To MASDC as 3A0401 Aug 4, 1975. 
					To Malaysia Mar 1985 for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM with serial M32-16.
				149634 (MSN 12959) 1962: VA-44.  1962-63: VA-36 as AE-6xx.  1963-64: VA-44.  1964: VA-66 as AE-500.
					1964-66: VA-66 as AE-312.  Jun 2, 1966: Crashed into the Mediterranean Sea.
				149635 (MSN 12960) 1963-64: VA-44.  1964-65: VA-12.  1965: VA-44.  1965-66: VA-95.  1966: VA-192.
					1966: VA-56.  1966-68: VA-112.  1968: VA-873.  1968-69: VA-125.  1969: VA-106 as AG-306.  1969-70: NARTU New York, NY.
					1970-71: VSF-86.  2/1971: Converted to A-4L.  1971-72: VA-209 as AF-3.
					Active as A-4L in Nov 1971 coded AF-3 with VA-8 Air Barons US
					Navy Demonstration Team.  1972: VA-203 as AF-313.  1974-76: VC-13 as UX-9.
					Dec 7, 1976: Struck off charge at NAS Memphis, TN.  1976-82: NATTC Memphis, TN as 09.
					On display at Mid America Air Museum, Liberal, KS, on loan from National 
					Naval Aviation Museum.
				149636 (MSN 12961) to MASDC as 3A0338 May 27, 1971.  (N230AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.  Acquired by private user
					and issued FAA registration N230AT on Jun 3, 2005.  Acquired by Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA and on display
					inside museum.
				149637 (MSN 12962) 1962-64: VA-86.  1964: VMA-332.  1964: VMA-533.  Nov 1, 1964: Crashed into the sea off the Azores.
				149638 (MSN 12963) 1962-64: VA-86 as AG-409.  1964-65: VA-44.  1965-66: VA-172.  1966: VA-46 as AC-502.
					1966-68: VA-64.  1968: VA-15.  1968: VA-172.  1968-69: VA-44.  1969-70: VA-66 as AA-302.  1970-71: MARTD Glenview, IL.
					1971-73: VMA-322 as QR-54.  To MASDC as 3A0394 Feb 18, 1975.  10/1984: Sent to be a target on the Fallon Range, NV.
					This one also reported as lost at sea east of the Azores Islands
				149639 (MSN 12964) 1962-64: VA-66 as AE-504.  1964: VA-72 as AG-3xx.  1965-66: VA-195 as NM-514.
					1966: VA-195 as NM-506.   1967: VA-195 as NM-514.
					(VA-195 attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-64) hit by AAA over North Vietnam Apr 7, 1967.  Pilot headed out
					to Gulf of Tonkin wher he ejected and was rescued.
				149640 (MSN 12965) 1962-63: VA-34 as AC-304.  1964-65: VA-34.  1966: VA-34 as AC-311.  1966-68: VA-34 as AK-311.
					1968: VA-44.  1969: VA-36.  1969: VA-106 as AG-301.  1969: MARTD Alameda, CA.  6/1970: Converted to A-4L.  
					1970-75: VA-204 as AF-401.  In collision with A-4L 147843 Mar 6, 1975
				149641 (MSN 12966) 1962-64: VA-66.  1964-65: VA-43.  1965: VA-44.  1965: VA-95.  1965-66: VA-94.
					1966: VA-22 as NE-2xx.   (VA-22 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) developed malfunctions shortly after launch 
					on test flight in Gulf of Tonkin Dec 27, 1966.   Pilot ejected and was recovered.
				149642 (MSN 12967) 1964: VA-86.  1964: VMA-332.  1964-65: VA-76.  1965: VA-44.  1965-66: VA-36 as AE-511.
					1966-67: VA-34.  1967-69: VA-172.  1969-70: VA-66 as AA-319.  1970: VA-35 as AA-319.
					1970: VA-304 as ND-410 NAS Alameda, C  To MASDC as 3A0268 Aug 26, 1970.  
					To Lockheed Air Services, Ontario, CA Dec 12, 1974.  To Argentine AF Dec 1974 as A-4Q C-320
					4th Air Brigade.   12/18/1980: Crashed near El Sosneado, Mendoza. Pilot was killed
				149643 (MSN 12968) 1962-63: VA-66.  1963: VA-106.  1963-65: VA-44.  Struck off charge 
				149644 (MSN 12969) 1962-64: VA-86. 1964-65: VA-44.  1965-66: VA-195.  1966: VA-192.  1966-67: VA-56.
					1967-68: VA-195 as NM-513.  1968: VA-112.  1968-69: VMA-214 as WE-2.   1969: VMA-214 as WE-27.
					9/14/1969: Crashed near Lake City, CO. Pilot was killed
				149645 (MSN 12970) 1962: VA-86.  1963-64: VA-86 as AG-405.  1964-65: VA-46.  1965: VA-44.  1965-66: VA-153.
					1967: VA-195 as NM-500.  1967-69: VA-76 as AG-301.  1969-75: VC-7 as UH-05.
					To MASDC as 3A0393 Feb 13, 1975.  To NPRO, Long Beach, CA Jul 24, 1976
					5/17/1979: Struck off charge at NARF North Island, CA.  9/1980: Salvaged in Long Beach, CA
				149646 (MSN 12971) 1962-64: VA-86 as AG-405.  1964-65: VA-46 as AK-5xx.  1965: VA-44.  1965-66: NAS Alameda, CA.	
					1966-67: VA-195 as NM-514.  1967-68: VA-81 as AJ-410.  1968-69: VA-44.  1969-70: NARTU New York, NY.
					1970: VMA-131.  11/1970: Converted to A-4L   1971-75: VMA-124.  1975-77: RDT&E NAF Warminster, PA.
					1977: NAEC NAS Lakehurst, NJ.  Aug 1, 1977: Struck off charge
149647/149666		Douglas A4D-5 Skyhawk 
				MSN 12972/12991 (El Segundo numbers).  Redesignated A-4E in 1962.
				Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com.  Service histories from 
					www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				149647 (MSN 12972) 1963-64: VA-43,  1964-67: VA-44.  1967: VA-46.  1967: VA-44.  1967: VA-81.  1967-69: VA-94.
					1969: VA-125.  1969-70: VMA-324.  1970-72: VMA-331.  1972: VA-45 as AU-665.  1972-73: VA-45 as AU-616.
					1973: VC-2.  10/30/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.  To Israel AF as 837. Currently stored at Ovda, Israel.
				149648 (MSN 12973)1966-67: VA-72 as AB-511.   1967: VA-44.  1967-69: VA-94.  1969: VA-125.   1969-70: VA-152.
					1970: VMA-331 as VL-314.   1970: VMA-324   1970: VMA-331.
					11/20/1970: Crashed into the sea on launch from USS Independence CVA-62 due to engine failure 
				149649 (MSN 12974) 1963: NATC.  w/o 10 Jul 1963 near NAS Patuxent River, MD
				149650 (MSN 12975) 1964: NATC.  11/28/1964: Written off
				149651 (MSN 12976) 1964-65: VA-43.  1965-66: VA-44 as AD-452.  1966-67: VA-93 as NF-302.  1967: VMA-211.	
					1967-68: VMA-121.  1968-70: VMA-223.  1970: VA-44 as AD-452.  1970-71: VMA-311.  1971: VMA-211 as CF-15.
					1973: VMA-311.  1973-74: VMAT-102.  1974: VA-127.  1975: Fighter Weapons School.  1975: VMA-124.	1975: H&MS-42.
					1979-83: VMA-124.  1984: VMA-124 as QP-1.  1985-87: VMA-124.  1987: VF-45.  1988-89: VF-45 as AD-617.
					1990-93: VF-45.  1993: Struck off charge.   4/1995: Salvaged at NAS Key West, FL
				149652 (MSN 12977) (VA-212 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) shot down by ground fire 
					near Bac Giang, nea Phu Lang, North Vietnam May 20, 1967.  
					Pilot ejected 20 mi N of Haiphong and became POW.
					Murdered while in captivity.
				149653 (MSN 12978) 1963: VA-23 as NE-410.  1964: VA-23.  1964-66: VA-125.  1966: VA-192 as NM-214.
					1966-67: VA-192 as NM-210.  1967: VMA-223.  1967-68: VMA-211.  1970-71: H&MS-12.  1971: VMA-211.
					VMA-311.  1973: VMA-211 as CF-2.  1975: VMA-211 as CF-7.   1976: VMA-211 as CF-1.  1976-78: VF-101.
					1978-84: VF-171.  1984-85: VA-45 as AD-612.  1986: VA-101 as AD-272.
  					1987-94: VF-45. as AD-612 NAS Key West, FL
					To AMARC as 3A0740 Mar 8, 1994.  to Aircraft Restoration and Marketing, Tucson, AZ Jul 17, 2001 fr
					For National Aviation Museum, Tulsa, OK. Now at Albany MAP, Oregon for restoration.
				149654 (MSN 12979) 1973: NMC as 81.  1975: PMTC as 81.  1977: PMTC as 81.  VMA-332.  1980: VMA-131.
					1981-84: VMA-131 as QG-04.  (VMA-131) crashed near NAS Cecil Field following bird strike May 5, 1984.  Pilot unhurt.
				149655 (MSN 12980) 1962-63: VX-5 as XE-21.  1964-68: VX-5.  1969-71: VX-5 as XE-2x.   1974-80: VMA-322 as QR-51.
					1980-83: H&MS-49.  1983-85: VC-13 as UX-24.  With VC-13 disintegrated and crashed into sea off California May 22, 1985
					following engine failure and fire during ACT.  Pilot ejected.
				149656 (MSN 12981) taken on strength by the Navy in early 1962, the plane was first assigned to Attack Squadron 125 (VA-125) 
					at NAS Lemoore, CA.  In 1969 it was transferred to VA-44 at NAS Cecil Field, FL, until 1970 when 
					it was transferred to Fighter Squadron 126 (VF-126) (an aggressor squadron) at NAS Miramar, CA.  
					Then in 1972 the plane was assigned to the Navy Fighter Weapons School at Miramar for the duration 
					of its active career.  It was flown to the Naval Aviation Museum at Pensacola, FL ca.February 1990.  It is 
					currently marked as the aircraft John McCain was shot down in over Vietnam.
				149657 (MSN 12982) 1962-63: VX-5.  1964: VX-5 as XE-22.  1965-67: VX-5.  1967-68: VA-125.  1968: VMA-223.
					1968: VMA-121.  1968-70: VMA-223.  1970: VMA-211.  1970: H&MS-12.  1970-74: VC-5 as UE-00.
					2/26/1974: Written off at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines.
				149658 (MSN 12983) 1962-64: VX-5.  1964-65: VA-212 as NP-230.  1965: VA-153.  1965-66: VA-163 as AH-3xx.  1966-67: VA-93.
					1967: VMA-223.  1967: VMA-211.  1968: VMA-211 as CF-24.  1970-71: H&MS-12.  1971: VMA-211 as CF-24.
					1976: VC-5 as UE-09.  1976-77: VC-5 as UE-10.  1978-92: VC-5.  4/1992: Struck off charge
				149659 (MSN 12984) 1962-63: VX-5 as XE-4.  1963-65: VX-5 as XE-24.  1965: VA-212.
					1965-67: VA-125 as NJ-503.(VA-125) in accident at NAS Lemoore, CA Aug 13, 1965.  Also listed as crashing into
					sea Mar 13, 1967 while landing on USS Kearsarge CVA-33.  Pilot was killed. 
				149660 (MSN 12985) 1962-65: VA-125 as NJ-506.  1966-68: VA-125.  1968: VMA-311 as WL-4
					(VMA-311) shot down by small arms fire near Pyu Lac/Da Nang, South Vietnam Nov 11, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				149661 (MSN 12986) 1962-65: VA-23 as NE-00.  1965-66: VA-125. 1966: VA-192 as NM-215.  1966-67: VA-93 as NF-3xx.			
					1967-68: VMA-211.  1968: VMA-121.  1968-70: VMA-223 as WP-7.  1970-71: VMA-331.  1971-73: VMA-211 as CF-22.
					4/16/1973: Crashed into the sea off Okinawa
				149662 (MSN 12987) 1962-63: VA-23 as NE-311.  w/o 2 Oct 1963 off Northern California
				149663 (MSN 12988) 1962-65: VA-125.   Jul 8, 1965: Crashed near Crow's Landing/Turlock, CA after a mechanical failure on a bomb run
				149664 (MSN 12989) 1962-65: VA-23.  1965-66: VA-125.  1966: VA-55.  1966-67: VA-72   1967: VA-153.
					1967-69: VA-163 as AH-311.  1969: VA-152.  1969-70: VMA-324.  1970: VMA-331.  1970: VA-44.  1970: VF-126.
					1970-71: VMA-324.  1971: VA-45 as AD-608.  1971-72: VA-45 as AD-771.  1972: Fighter Weapons School.  1973: VC-2.
					10/21/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.  10/1973: Transferred to the Israeli AF
				149665 (MSN 12990) 1963-64: VA-23.  1964-65: VA-212.  1965-66: VA-22  1966-67: VA-23 as NE-341.
					1967-68: VA-56 as NG-414.
					(VA-56 attached to USS Enterprise (CVN-65)) hit by small arms fire over Nghia Dong, Thanh Hoa 
					Province, North Vietnam Jun 15, 1968.  Plane was able to fly out to sea, but while tying to make it back 
					to carrier engine flamed out and pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy UH-2C helicopter.
				149666 (MSN 12991) 1963-64: VA-23.  1964-65: VA-125.  1965: VA-153.  1965: VA-155.  1966: VA-192 as NM-213.
					1967: VA-155.  1967-69: VA-163  1969: VA-152.  1969-70: VMA-324.   1970-72: VMA-331.  1972-73: VA-45 as AU-617.
					1973-75: VF-101 as AD-072.   1975-78: VMA-322 as QR-56.  1978-83: H&MS-49.  1983-88: VC-13 as UX-23.  1988-91: VF-126.
					Was "Red 30 of VF-126 at MCAS Miramar, California.  1992: VF-126 as NJ-630
149667/149672		Lockheed P-3A-10-LO Orion
				MSN 185-5008/5013.  Ordered and built as P3V-1, redesignated P-3A Sep 1962
				149667 (MSN 185-5008) modified as RP-3A at NARF Alameda Feb 14, 1971.  Operated by Airborne Oceanographic
					Development Squadron Eight (VXN-08 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland.  Parts went to Rota to rebuild 
					P-3C 161338 Oct 9, 1984.  SOC and donated for fire training at NAS Jacksonville.  
				149668 (MSN 185-5009) modified as EP-3E Aries electronic surveillance aircraft.  Stripped by NADEP Jacksonville for EP-3E
					program 
				149669 (MSN 185-5010) As EP-3 coded PR-32 at NAS Agana, Guam. in March 1975. 
					Was at one time operated by Republic of China AF 34 Squadron, painted black.  Modified to EP-3B,
					later upgraded to EP-3E.  Stripped by LAC Greenville, SC for EP-3E program.
				149670 (MSN 185-5011) modified as RP-3A oceanographic research aircraft.  Modified for electronic
					experiments at the Naval Research Laboratory.  To AMARC as 2P0147 May 19, 1994.
				149671 (MSN 185-5012) modified to EP-3A Jul 25, 1979.  WFU Apr 1986.  Seen in 2008 at Weapons Survivability 
					Laboratory at NAS China Lake, California in wrecked configuration.
				149672 (MSN 185-5013) lost at sea Jan 30, 1963 with VP-8 off New Jersey coast when a wing hit the water during
					a night ASW exercise. 
149673/149678		Lockheed P-3A-15-LO Orion
				MSN 185-5014/5019.  Ordered and built as P3V-1, redesignated P-3A Sep 1962
				Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				149673 (MSN 185-5014) modified as EP-3A electronic recon aircraft. Was at one time operated by Republic of China 
					AF 34 Squadron, painted black.  To AMARC as 2P0078 Mar 21, 1992
				149674 (MSN 185-5015) modified as WP-3A weather recon aircraft.  Later modified as NP-3A, later
					to NP-3D.  To AMARC as 2P0240 Sep 26, 2005.  SOC Jan 17, 2006.  Seen at Davis-Monthan AMARC on 8/28/2017
				149675 (MSN 185-5016) modified as WP-3A weather recon aircraft.  Later modified as VP-3A
					SOC Sep 23, 2005 and scrapped at Jacksonville.
				149676 (MSN 185-5017) modified as WP-3A weather recon aircraft.  Later modified as VP-3A. To AMARC as 
					2P0245 Dec 14, 2006.  SOC Apr 27, 2007
				149677 (MSN 185-5018) Active in September 1981 coded JQ-20 with VQ-2.  Modified as UP-3A.  To AMARC as 2P0072 Nov 29, 1991.  
					To Chilean Navy as 403 Jun 24, 1994 as spare parts source.  Dumped Jul 1996 at Vina del Mar AB.
				149678 (MSN 185-5019) was at one time operated by Republic of China AF 34 Squadron, painted black. Modified for
					electronic monitoring, designated EP-3B, later upgraded to EP-3E.  Stripped
					down for EP-3E Progam, wings to USN/JMSDF structural analysis study.
149679/149738		Sikorsky HSS-2 Sea King
				Redesignated SH-3A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC/AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				149679,149683,149688,149694,149695,149696,149697,149698,149699,149700,149702,149710,149720,
					149722,149723,149724,149729,149730,149731,149733,149734,149737 converted to SH-3G.
				149684,149687,149688,149690,149693,149701,149702,149703,149705,149706,149708,149711,149712,
					149713,149717,149718,149719,149722,149724,149725,149726,149727,149728,149730,149735,
					149736,149738 converted to SH-3H.
				149684,149687,149702,149703,149706,149708,149718,149722 converted to UH-3H.
				149679 (MSN 61088) converted to SH-3G.  To civil registry as N694CC
				149680 (MSN 61089)
				149681 (MSN 61090) w/o Feb 12, 1963
				149682 (MSN 61091) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-70.converted to HH-3A.  To AMARC as 9H016 May 16, 1990.  
					Departed Sep 2, 2011 as N454VA with Carson Helicopters Inc, 
					Grants Pass, Oregon,  and cancelled on January 4, 2018. 
				149683 (MSN 61092) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-48. HC-7 Detachment, NAS China Lake, CA. HS-75, NAS Lakehurst, NJ.  
					Converted to SH-3G.  To MASDC as 9H005 May 3, 1977.  Departed 20Nov79 to NARF Pensacola, FL. 
					Returned to service.
				149684 (MSN 61101) converted to SH-3H, then to UH-3H.  (UH-3H, HC-2) fell into 
					Persian Gulf while attempting landing on USS Cushing Jul 5, 2002.  All aboard 
					escaped safely before helicopter sank.
				149685 (MSN 61095) w/o Jun 20, 1967
				149686 (MSN 61096) w/o Jan 30, 1964.
				149687 (MSN 61097) converted to SH-3H
				149688 (MSN 61099) HC-7 "Seadevils", converted to SH-3G.  To AMARC as 9H035 Jul 20, 1992.  
					Departed 31Jan06 to March Field Air Museum, CA. Used as spares for restoration of Sikorsky VH-3A BuNo 150617.
					Was at March Air Museum Feb 2006
				149689 (MSN 61100) w/o May 26, 1963
				149690 (MSN 61102) converted to SH-3H.  SOC Nov 27, 1979.
				149691 (MSN 61104) w/o Feb 26, 1964
				149692 (MSN 61105) w/o May 13, 1967
				149693 (MSN 61106) converted to SH-3H. (HS-9) crashed in the Mediterranean Sea on a SAR flight from 
					CVN-68/USS Nimitz on Jan 7, 1978
				149694 (MSN 61107) converted to SH-3G.  To MASDCC as 9H006 Jul 13, 1977.  Back to AMARC as 9H033 Jun 30, 1992.
				149695 (MSN 61109) converted to SH-3G.  Is now gate guard at NAS Jacksonville, FL, on loan from National Naval
					Aviation Museum.
				149696 (MSN 61110) HS-6 "Indians". HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-40.  converted to SH-3G.  W/o Sep 13, 1981
				149697 (MSN 61111) w/o Feb 6, 1963
				149698 (MSN 61112) HS-6 "Indians". HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-75.   converted to SH-3G
				149699 (MSN 61114) converted to SH-3G.  w/o May 8, 1972
				149700 (MSN 61115) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-38.  converted to SH-3G.  Crashed with VC-8 into Correct Harbor, 
					Virgin Islands Jun 15, 1980 after lost a rotor blade in flight.  All 8 onboard killed.
				149701 (MSN 61116) converted to SH-3H.  W/o Jan 28, 1982
				149702 (MSN 61117) converted to SH-3G, then to Sh-3H, then to UH-3H.  SOC Jan 17, 2006.  Was at AMARC, registered 
					N349RH Aug 1, 2008. Registered as N635CK with Croman Corporation, White City, Oregon on April 2, 2021 
				149703 (MSN 61119) w/o with HS-4 Feb 25, 1965.  Two killed.
				149704 (MSN 61120) converted to NSH-3A satellite camera recovery aircraft.  On Nov. 27, 1973, attempted to retrieve a 
					drone (or a satellite camera??? Who knows?) in mid-air somewhere off the coast at Pt. Mugu, CA.  
					Unfortunately, winds caused them to miss and the drones parachute caught in the tail rotor.  Crew bailed out
					but the pilot was lost.
				149705 (MSN 61121) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-41.  Converted to SH-3H.  Last assignment VC-8, NAS Roosevelt Roads, PR
					To AMARC as 9H0083 Nov 1, 1994. 
					Registered N705WW with US Department of State at Patrick AFB, Florida on December 8, 2010. 
					Departed AMARC Feb 1, 2011.  Registration cancelled on March 13, 2017 and noted in the storage area 
					of the Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson,Arizona in December 2017. 
				149706 (MSN 61122) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H. SOC Jan 17, 2006
				149707 (MSN 61124) w/o Feb 8, 1970
				149708 (MSN 61125) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H.  SOC Sep 10, 2003
				149709 (MSN 61126) w/o Jan 21, 1963.
				149710 (MSN 61127) converted to SH-3G.  w/o Apr 10, 1981
				149711 (MSN 61128) Active in April 1997 with HC-85 coded NW-611 at NAS North Island, California.
					HC-7 "Seadevils".  Converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H.  SOC Mar 23, 2004.  
					To USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA Dec 7, 2004.  Now on display there.
				149712 (MSN 61129) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-90.  Converted to SH-3H.  SOC Aug 26 1976.  
					To civil registry as N13491 Jan 29, 1982, cancelled Dec 2, 2014
				149713 (MSN 61130) converted to SH-3H.  HC-7 "Seadevils". Code VH-42.  HS-6  "Indians"
					To AMARC as 9H0085 Nov 7, 1994.  Departed 8May98 to 
					Western International, Tucson, AZ. Registered 29Oct98 as N105BS. Reregistered 28Aug04 as N612CK; 
					current [Jul18]. On January 18, 2006 the helicopter lost power in both engines and rolled 
					over during a hard forced autorotative touchdown on a road 28 miles northwest of Ely, Nevada.
					Croman Corporation was operating the helicopter. The flight departed Winnemucca, Nevada, 
					en route to Page, Arizona. Both pilots said that as they neared the area of the accident 
					site the flight had to maneuver around areas of bad weather. The helicopter was at 80 knots 
					and 200 feet above ground level (agl) following a road while maneuvering around weather when a 
					loud bang was heard and both engines suddenly lost power. The flying pilot entered an 
					autorotation and managed to get the helicopter onto the road. The landing was hard and 
					the main rotor blades flexed downward and damaged the empennage, then the helicopter rolled 
					to the right. The pilot said that just prior to the loud noise and the dual engine failure, 
					the engine instrument indications were normal and the fuel gauges were reading around 1,500 
					pounds in each tank. The fuel system was configured for normal operation; the number 1 
					engine feeding from the forward tank and the number 2 engine feeding from the aft tank, 
					with boost pumps on and the crossfeed valve closed. The engine and airframe deice/anti-ice 
					systems were on and functioning, and no annunciator lights were illuminated concerning 
					any of the systems elements. The helicopter's Federal Aviation Administration approved 
					and issued Type Certificate Data Sheet states that flight into known icing conditions is 
					prohibited and notes that "the helicopters approved under this type certificate are done 
					so under the concept of limited exposure associated with escape from inadvertent ice encounters." 
					The anti-ice/deice systems on the helicopter consist of a combination of electrically and 
					bleed air heated elements protecting the windshield, the oil tank mounting ring, 
					engine air intake ducts, engine inlet guide vanes, starter cover, and the front frame of 
					each engine. In addition to the anti-ice systems, an engine inlet ice deflector shield 
					can be installed in front of the engine inlets to prevent any accumulation of ice and snow 
					that forms around the upper deck and mast area ahead of the engines from entering the 
					engine inlets. According to company Director of Maintenance and the subsequent examination 
					of the wreckage, the optional engine inlet ice/snow deflector shields were not installed.
				149714 (MSN 61131) w/o Nov 14, 1963
				149715 (MSN 61132) w/o Aug 16, 1963.
				149716 (MSN 61133) HS-6 "Indians".  w/o Jul 12, 1968.
				149717 (MSN 61134) converted to SH-3H.  SOC Oct 4, 1999.
				149718 (MSN 61135) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H. Active in November 1994 with Pensacola 
					NAS SAR detachment coded F-400.  SOC Oct 25, 2005.  To Argentine Navy in 2007 as 0882
				149719 (MSN 61136) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H056 Dec 14, 1993.
				149720 (MSN 61137) converted to SH-3G.  To MASDC as 9H014 Sep 5, 1978.
				149721 (MSN 61138) converted to SH-3H.  W/o Nov 6, 1974.
				149722 (MSN 61139) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H.  (HC-2) experience loss of yaw control while landing on
					on USS Preble in northern Arabian Gulf Aug 31, 2004, causing
					rotor blades to strike tail pylon.  3 out of 12 aboard
					injured.  SOC Sep 30, 2004.  (AFM 11/2005).  Did not happen on the Preble.
				149723 (MSN 61140) converted to SH-3G.  
					To Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), later as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX
					Registered as NASA 933.  
					Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jul 21, 1970 to Nov 1, 1977.  
					Registered as NASA 538.
					Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Nov 9, 1977 to Jul 27, 1993.
					Registered as NASA 735.
					Used for rotorcraft research .
					To AMARC as PCN 9H0043 Jul 27, 1993.  Assigned to NASA.  Reallocated PCN HH0003
 					Pulled from AMARC Apr 23, 2011 and regenerated into an S-61T Triton for the US State Dept as N723AW, registered Aug 4, 2010
					Noted at Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA May 17, 2001.  In 2006 in storage at Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA 
				149724 (MSN 61141) converted to SH-3H and then to UH-3H.  SOC Nov 7, 2005.  Registration N950DG reserved 
					Oct 24, 2007, taken up Jan 16, 2008.
				149725 (MSN 61142) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H.  Active in September 2003 coded 01 at NAS Oceana, Virginia. 
					To AMARC as 9H0110.  SOC Jan 17, 2006.  To Indian Navy as IN540.
				149726 (MSN 61144) converted to SH-3H.  (HS-12) ditched at sea while flying off USS Midway in South China Sea 
					Nov 18, 1985. All 4 crew survived. 
				149727 (MSN 61162) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0096 Jun 1, 1995.  TO N1048Y, N7025X, N352DH
				149728 (MSN 61146) converted to SH-3H, then to UH-3H.  Active in September 2002 with HC-2 
					coded HU-728 at NAS Norfolk, Virginia. 
				149729 (MSN 61147) HC-7 "Seadevils".  HS-6 "Indians".  Converted to SH-3G.  To AMARC in 1993 as 9H0049.  Registered Sep 4, 1997
					as N81697 to Carson Helicopters, 
					Perkasie, PA.  Reregisteed Apr 20 2008 as N9696W.  Current Jul 2018
				149730 (MSN 61148) converted to SH-3H.  W/o Aug 18, 1983
				149731 (MSN 61149) converted to SH-3G.  To AMARC as 9H049 Jun 1, 1993.
				149732 (MSN 61150) (HC-2) USS America) crashed into Atlantic May 16, 1972 off Virginia Capes. 
					 Crew rescued.
				149733 (MSN 61151) HC-7 "Seadevils".  Converted to SH-3G.  To AMARC as 9H047 Nov 3, 1993.  
					Departed 28Apr11 to Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL. Registered as N733WA to Department 
					of State 4Aug10; cancelled 13Mar17.
				149734 (MSN 61155) w/o May 7, 1964
				149735 (MSN 61153) HS-6 "Indians". HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-70. HS-3.  Converted to SH-3H.  
					To AMARC as 9H063 Feb 23, 1994.  Departed 15Dec11 to Rice Aviation, Tucson, AZ. 
					Registered as N735WS to Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL, 4Aug10; current [Jul18].
				149736 (MSN 61154) converted to SH-3H.  (HS-12) crashed following tail rotor failure Sep 19, 1981
				149737 (MSN 61156) converted to SH-3G.  To MASDC as 9H011 May 9, 1978
				149738 (MSN 61157) converted to SH-3H.  Was on display at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI.  This museum is
					now closed.  To be moved to Hickory Aviation Museum, North Carolina
149739/149786		Kaman UH-2A Seasprite
				MSN 41/88.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				Designation changed to SH-2F
				149741 w/o 12/4/1967
				149743 HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-6. Crashed and exploded 14May68 at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines when 
					the aircraft failed to takeoff loaded with ammunition.
				149744 HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-7. HSL-32.  crashed on USS Voge off Jacksonville, FL Jul 17, 1984
				149747 (MSN 49) to AMARC as 8H0026 Apr 5, 1993
				149748 (MSN 50) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-3. Accident 8Mar68 at NAS Atsugi, Japan when the aircraft 
					lost directional control in recovery of auto rotation. With HS-74 at NAS South Weymouth, MA Sep 1, 1989.  
					To AMARC as 8H0059 Jan 10, 1994
				149750 (MSN 52) in storage at PNAS, FL N8061P
				149751 w/o 1/10/1966.
				149753 (MSN 55) 1963: TOS USN.
					1966 to 1967: Helicopter Combat Support Squadron 2 (HC-2), NAS Lakehurst, NJ.
					1967: Converted to UH-2C. 
					By 1968: Helicopter Combat Support Squadron 1 (HC-1), Detachment 43, NAS North Island, CA.
					1968: Deployed aboard USS Coral Sea supporting the Vietnam War.
					Ca.1975: Converted to SH-2F.
					By 1981: Helicopter Training Squadron 31 (HT-31)
					By 1988: Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light 30 (HSL-30), NAS Lakehurst, NJ
					To AMARC as 8H0023 Mar 12, 1993
					Unknown date: Western International, Tucson, 
				149757 w/o 6/19/1966.
				149758 (MSN 60) HC-7 "Seadevils".   Converted to UH-2C. Last assignment HSL-74, NAS South Weymouth, MA.   
					To AMARC as 8H0056 Dec 14, 1993
				149761 (MSN 63) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-15. Last assignment HSL-33, NAS North Island, San Diego, CA.   
					To AMARC as 8H0014 Aug 20, 1992
				149762 w/o 3/18/1967.
				149763 (HU-2) crashed into sea and sank Dec 14, 1964.  One crewman was missing.
				149764 (MSN 66) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-14. flown by Clyde Lassen during Medal of Honor rescue.  
					Ditched 7Jan69 in Gulf of Tonkin, Vietnam due to fuel exhaustion. Had stopped for fuel on 
					USS Hornet but had difficulty and was required to depart too soon. Given wrong vector 
					to next carrier.
				149765 (MSN 67)	HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-2.
				149767 (HC-1 Det 31 attached to USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31)) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin due to 
					loss of control Aug 10, 1969.  All four crew rescued.
				149768 (MSN 70) to AMARC as 8H0034 May 28, 1993
				149769  (HSL-36) lost power and rolled over on landing Aug 10, 1984
				149770 (MSN 72) to AMARC as 8H0030 May 21, 1993
				149772 (MSN 74) with HS-74 at NAS South Weymouth, MA Sep 1, 1989.  
					To AMARC as 8H0009 Jun 8, 1992
				149773 (MSN 75) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-20. Converted to HH-2C. HSL-30, NAS Norfolk, VA
					To AMARC as 8H0029 Apr 23, 1993.  Departed 10Mar98 to Kamen, Bloomfield, CT for rebuild as SH-2G(A). 
					To Royal Australian Navy as N29-149773.  Following cancellation of contract Mar 20, 2008 returned
					to Kaman.  Registered 30Jan01 as N318KA; cancelled 18Sep15 on export to New Zealand as NZ3620
				149774 w/o 10/26/1966.
				149775 (MSN 77)	HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-2.
				149779 (MSN 81)	HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-2.
				149780 (MSN 82) HC-7 "Seadevils".  Converted to UH-2C. Last assignment HSL-94, Willow Grove JRB, PA.  
					To AMARC as 8H0069 Feb 9, 1994
				149782 w/o 9/17/1964
				149783 w/o 6/14/1967.
				149785 to US Army
				149786 w/o 8/9/1964.
149787			Lockheed GV-1U Hercules 
				MSN 282-3636.  Redesignated C-130F in 1962.  To AMARC as 2G0022 Aug 10, 1994.  
					For South Africa as 410 Jan 8, 1997.  Has been stored by SAAF at Waterkloof
					since 1999 and up for sale.  Unused parts now derelict at Waterkloof
					AB, SAAF.
149788/149789		Lockheed GV-1 Hercules 
				Redesignated KC-130F in 1962.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				149788 (MSN 282-3640) to AMARC as 2G0032 May 20, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				149789 (MSN 282-3644) to AMARC as 2G0053 Mar 27, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
149790			Lockheed GV-1U Hercules 
				MSN 282-3645.  Redesignated C-130F in 1962. Active with VR-22 at Naval Air Station
					Rota, Spain coded JL-00 in January 1987.  To AMARC as 2G0020 Jun 30, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
149791/149792		Lockheed GV-1 Hercules 
				Redesignated KC-130F in 1962.
				149791 (MSN 282-3657) VMGR-252, VMGR-152, VMGR-234.  was Blue Angels Fat Albert support aircraft 1988/1991,
					named "Christine". To VMGR-352.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				149792 (MSN 282-3658) to AMARC as 2G0036 Nov 23, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008 
149793/149794		Lockheed GV-1U Hercules 
				Redesignated C-130F in 1962.
				149793 (MSN 282-3660) to AMARC as 2G0023 Sep 14, 1994.  To South Africa as 411 Jan 8, 1997.
					Has been stored by SAAF at Waterkloof since 1999 and is up for sale.
					Was active Sept 2001-Nov 2006 but returned to storage in 2006.
				149794 (MSN 282-3661) Noted with VR-22  at NS Rota, Spain on 13 July 1989
					Damaged beyond repair by Typhoon Omar at NAF Agana, Guam Aug 27, 1992.
149795/149796		Lockheed GV-1 Hercules 
				redesignated KC-130F in 1962.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				149795 (MSN 282-3664) to AMARC as 2G0044 Mar 7, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				149796 (MSN 282-3665) 4/62: TOS USMC, assigned to Marine Aerial Refueler Transport 
					Squadron 152 (VMGR-152), MCAS Iwakuni, Japan.
					9/18/62: Redesignated KC-130F.  
					1960s: Deployed to South Vietnam for support of combat operations. 
					By 11/73: VMGR-352, MCAS El Toro, CA. 
					Ca.1980: VMGR-234, NAS Glenview, IL.
					By 11/93: VMGR-352, MCAS Miramar, CA. 
					To AMARC as 2G0029 Apr 28, 2003.  SOC Jul 8, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
149797			Lockheed GV-1U Hercules
				MSN 282-3666.  Redesignated C-130F in 1962. Active in June 1979 with VR-24.   To AMARC as 2G0019 May 29, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
149798/149800		Lockheed GV-1 Hercules 
				Redesignated KC-130F in 1962.
				149798 (MSN 282-3680) 5/62: TOS USMC as GV-1, assigned to Naval Air Transport Squadron 3 (VR-3), McGuire AFB, NJ.  
					9/18/62: Redesignated KC-130F. 
					10/8/63: Loaned to VR-1, NAS Patuxent River, MD. 
					From Oct 10 to Nov 22, 1963 used for carrier trials aboard USS Forrestal CVA-59.   In 1963 made 29
					touch and go landings, 21, unassisted full stop landings and 21 unassisted
					takeoffs.  Largest and heaviest plane to land on US Navy aircraft carrier.
					Ca.12/63: Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 252 (VMGR-252), MCAS Miramar, CA. While with 
					this squadron the aircraft deployed to South Vietnam in support of combat operations there. 
					By 2/1987: VMGR-152, MCAS Iwakuni, Japan. 
					By 1990: VMGR-352, MCAS El Toro (later Miramar), CA. 
					Ca.9/90 to 2/91: Flew support missions in Operation Desert Storm. 
					11/01: First aircraft to land at Expeditionary Air Field Rhino during Operation Enduring Freedom. 
					Also during OEF, the aircraft was used on a low-altitude night helicopter refueling mission and to 
					insert elements of the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit’s battalion landing team near the Pakistan border. 
					Plane donated to National Museum of Naval Aviation, arriving there Mar 1, 2005. SOC Mar 1, 2005.
					Now on display there.
				149799 (MSN 282-3684) to AMARC as 2G0051 Nov 13, 2006.  SOC Nov 29, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				149800 (MSN 282-3685) to AMARC as 2G0033 Jun 16, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
149801			Lockheed GV-1U Hercules 
				MSN 282-3686.  Redesignated C-130F in 1962.  Active in 1985 coded JM-801 with VR-24 at NAS Rota, Spain. 
					Sunk to make artificial reef 1995
149802/149804		Lockheed GV-1 Hercules 
				Redesignated KC-130F in 1962.
				149802 (MSN 282-3693, VMGR-152) hit seawall on takeoff Kai Tak Apt, 
					Hong Kong Aug 24, 1965.  59 of 72 on board killed.
					Cause of accident was that pilot chose to make a three-engined
					takeoff with the dead engine's prop unfeathered and lost control
				149803 (MSN 282-3694)  Active in July 1996 with VMGRT-253 at MCAS
					Cherry Point, North Carolina coded GR-803.  SOC Aug 28, 2006
				149804 (MSN 282-3695) SOC May 22, 2000.
149805			Lockheed GV-1U Hercules 
				MSN 282-3696.  Redesignated C-130F in 1962.  To AMARC as 2G0021 Jul 18, 1994.  
					To South Africa as 412 Apr 1, 1997.  Has been stored by SAAF at Waterkloof
					since 1999 and is up for sale.  Unused parts now derelict at Waterkloof AB,
					SAAF.
149806/149816		Lockheed GV-1 Hercules 
				Redesignated KC-130F in 1962.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				149806 (MSN 282-3703) 7/62: TOS USMC. Assigned to Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD. 
					Converted to C-130F by removing tanker equipment and installing TACAMO (Take Charge and Move Out) 
					equipment for testing. After tests it was not considered cost-effective to return to KC-130F status. 
					Unknown date: Naval Air Transport Squadron 3 (VR-3), McGuire AFB, NJ. 
					8/67: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 40 (VRC-40), NAS Norfolk, VA. 
					9/69: Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron 4 (VQ-4), Tinker AFB, OK. 
					Unknown date: Antarctic Development Squadron Six (VXE-6), NAS Point Mugu, CA. 
					By 5/71: Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 352 (VMGR-352), MCAS El Toro, CA. 
					1974-1987: United States Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, Pensacola, FL. used as Fat Alhert support 
					aircraft by Blue Angels 1974-87. 
					By 5/88: Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Training Squadron 253 (VMGRT-253), MCAS Cherry Point, NC  
					By 6/94: Naval Air Warfare Center, NAS Patuxent River, MD. 
					By 11/01: Air Test and Evaluation Squadron 20 (VX-20), NAS Patuxent River, MD.  
					To AMARC as 2G0038 Dec 28, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				149807 (MSN 282-3704) retired Apr 1998.
				149808 (MSN 282-3705) to AMARC Feb 29, 2012.  SOC May 1, 2012
				149809 (MSN 282-3709, VMGR-152) lost over Gulf of Tonkin, 40 mi E of Dong Hoi,
					Vietnam Feb 10, 1966.  6 killed.  Refuelling tanker may have exploded during refuelling opeations or
					as a result of an onboard fire.
				149810 (MSN 282-3710, VMGR-152) destroyed by fire on ground at Lake City, FL
					Feb 15, 1972 while filling liquid oxygen.
				149811 (MSN 282-3711) 8/62: TOS USMC and assigned to Marine Aerial Refueler Transport 
					Squadron 352 (VMGR-352), MCAS Iwakuni, Japan.
					9/18/62: Redesignated KC-130F. 
					By 1965: VMGR-152, MCAS Iwakuni, Japan. Deployed to South Vietnam and Okinawa in support of 
					combat operations in Vietnam. 
					By 1978: VMGR-234, Glenview NAS, IL. 
					By 9/1988: Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Training Squadron 253 (VMGRT-253), MCAS Cherry Point, NC.  
					After 1996: VMGR-252, MCAS Cherry Point. 
					11/04: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 
					Unknown date: NAS China Lake; used for live fire survivability tests.
				149812 (MSN 282-3718) to AMARC as 2G0037 Dec 21, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				149813 (MSN 282-3719) hit by gunfire and crash landed at Khe Sanh, South Vietnam Feb 10, 1968.  8 killed,
					3 major injuries.  Pilot and copilot escaped through the cockpit windows.
				149814 (MSN 282-3723, VMGR-152) crashed May 18, 1969 after collision with F-4B (151001) while refuelling over
					Phu Bai, Vietnam.  6 killed.
				149815 (MSN 282-3725) to AMARC Oct 2008.  SOC Mar 6, 2009.
				149816 (MSN 282-3726) to AMARC as 2G0031 Apr 26, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
149817/149819		Grumman E-2A Hawkeye
				Model G-123.  MSN 07/09.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				149817 and 149818 modified as TE-2A
				149819 (MSN 09) modified as E-2B. Active in November 1977 coded ND-710 
					with Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 88 (VAW-88) at NAS Miramar, California. 
					To MASDC as 2E0006 Apr 8, 1983.  SOC Nov 9, 1994.  To the United Aero Corporation 
					yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Aug 2002
149820/149821		Lockheed UV-1 Jetstar
				Model 1329 Jetstar 6.  Contract cancelled
149822/149824		Grumman UF-1 Albatross  
				Model G-64.  Ex-USAF SA-16A (HU-16A) aircraft for MDAP.  USN serial numbers assigned for
					administrative purposes.
				149822 (MSN 153) ex 51-472.  To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 9911 in 1960.  Modified by Shin Meiwa as flying 
					scale model for PS-1 flying boat and designated Shin Meiwas UF-XS, first flight Dec 20, 1962.  Stored since 1967.
149825/149831		Martin P5M-1T Marlin
				7 P5M-1Gs transferred from Coast Guard.  Were former USCG 1284, 1285, 1286,
					1287, 1295, 1296, 1297
149832/149835		Martin P5M-2 Marlin
				4 P5M-2G transferred from Coast Guard.   Were former USCG 1312, 1318, 1319, 1320
149836/149837		Grumman UF-1 Albatross 
				Ex-USAF SA-16A (HU-16A) aircraft.  Used by USN after transfer from USAF November 1960. 
					Both were stored at Litchfield Park 1963 and stricken from inventory May 1965. 
				149836 (MSN 90) ex USAF 51-017.  To USCG as 1017.  
149838/148839		Bell HUL-1M 
				Bell Helicopter Company Model 47J.  Redesignated UH-13R in 1962
				149839 (MSN 1833) to N18MA
149840			Sikorsky HSS-1N Seabat
				MSN 581429.  To Chilean Navy as N-51.  In museum at NAS Vina del Mar.  In 2014 s at Museo
					Aeronautico of Cerrillos County, Santiago, Chile
149841/149842		Sikorsky HSS-1N Seabat 
				for Netherlands under MAP
				149841 (MSN 581430) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 136(2).  Ditched near Noordwijk Oct 17, 1965.
				149842 (MSN 581442) to Royal Netherlands Navy as 137(2).  SOC 28Jun72; Returned to US Military 
					Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG), Netherlands; Sold by the Defense Supply Agency, Wiesbaden, 
					West Germany, July 1973; Groban Supply Co. Inc., Chicago, IL; Carson Helicopters, Inc., 
					Perkasie, PA September 1973; Registered N59333 16Dec74, cancelled 29Oct14
149843/149844		Grumman S2F-1 Tracker
				Model G-89
149845/149892		Grumman S2F-3S Tracker
				Model G-121.  MSN 120C/167C.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				149845 (S-2E) to MASDC as 1S0436 Dec 12, 1973.
				149846 (MSN 121C,  US-2D) to MASDC as 1S0217 Feb 18, 1970.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				149847 (S-2E) to MASDC as 1S0392 Mar 9, 1973.  Back to service
				149848 (S-2E, MSN 123C) to MASDC as 1S0241 Aug 5, 1970.  Went from AMARC to US Forestry Commission and 
					registered N507DF Aug 21, 1996.  Cancelled Sep 1, 1998.  Not converted.  
					Registration N437DF issued 14/2/03 to 'Marsh Aviation S-2F3AT MSN 0865-004'  Right gear collapsed on landing
					at Hemet, California Oct 4, 2013.  Was seen in service with Cal Fire as N437DF at Hemet-Ryan Airport, CA in April 2015 
					Seen at McClellan airport Jun 13, 2020
				149849 (MSN 124C) to MASDC as 1S0358 Jul 30, 1971.  To Turkish Navy as TCB-849.  Preserved at Aviation Park and Plane
					Museum, Eskisehir, Turkey.
				149850 (MSN 125C) to MASDC as 1S0451 Apr 1, 1974.  To Turkish Navy as TCB-850.  Converted to water 
					bomber and renumbered TC-850.  Converted with turboprops by Turkish Aerospace Industries.  Registered TC-STF
				149851 to MASDC as 1S0432 Oct 29, 1973.
				148852 (MSN 127C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-852.  WFU in 1976.
				148853 (MSN 128C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-853.  WFU dec 28, 1983
				149854 (MSN 129C) to MASDC as 1S0566 Aug 7, 1975.  Registered N509DF to US Forestry Commission Aug 21, 1996, cancelled
					Sep 1, 1998.  Tanker # 74	California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)Not converted.  
					Registration N439DF issued Feb 1, 2000 to 'Marsh Aviation S-2E MSN 0865-010'.  Registered with MSN 0865-010 
					as a S-2F3AT Jan 7, 2003.  Registered with MSN 149854 Jul 31, 2013, currnt
				149855 (MSN 130C) to US-2D.  To MASDC as 1S0353 Jun 10, 1971.  Registered N510DF to US Forestry Commission Aug 21, 1996.  
					Registration Tanker # 86	California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE).  Cancelled Sep 1, 1998.  
					Not converted.  Registered N433DF Feb 1, 2000 as S-2E Feb 1, 2000,  registered
					as 'Marsh Aviation S-2F3AT MSN 0865-011' Jan 7, 2003.  Registered with MSN 149855 Jul 31, 2013. current.
				149856 (MSN 131C, S-2E) to MASDC as 1S0222 Apr 10, 1970.  In 2011 was derelict in a compound 1 mi S of St 
					Augustine Airport, Florida.  Scrapped May 2011.
				149857 (MSN 132C, S-2E) to MASDC as 1S0250 Sep 12, 1970.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				149858 (MSN 133C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-858.  WFU Jul 7, 1994.
				149859 (S-2E, MSN 134C) to MASDC as 1S0237 Jul 23, 1970.  To Turkish Navy as TCB-859.  WFU
				149860 (MSN 135C, S-2E) to MASDC as 1S0249 Sep 2, 1970.  In 2011 was derelict in a compound 1 mi S of St 
					Augustine Airport, Florida.  Scrapped May 2011
				149861 (MSN 136C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-861.  WFU in 1976
				149862 (MSN 137C) registered N511DF to US Forestry Commission Aug 21, 1996. Tanker # 91 California 
					Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE).  Cancelled Sep 1, 1998.   Not converted.  
					Converted to Marsh Aviation S2F-3T.  Registered N428DF as a S-2E 30Aug00, registered with MSN 443262 
					as a S-2F3AT 7Jan 7, 2003, current.  Later on civilian registry as N428DF with Marsh Aviation.  
					Registration N428DF has been cancelled, but was reallocated Jan 7, 2003 to 'Marsh Aviation S-2F3AT 
					MSN 443262' - sounds like major modification, probably to the same airframe
				149863 (MSN 138C) to MASDC as 1S0354 Jun 10, 1971.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				149865 (MSN 140C) to to MASDC as 1S0450 Mar 25, 1974.  To Venezuelan Navy as AS-0104 in 1974, later ARV-0104
				149866 (MSN 141C, S-2E) to AMARC as 1S0485 Jul 22, 2000.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted Jul 2000
				149867 (MSN 142C) to AMARC as 1S0443 Jan 29, 1974.  To Venezuelan Navy as AS-0102 in 1974, later ARV-0102.  WFU 1987.
					Stored 1998 at Puerto Cabello.  Preserved at the Venezuelan Air Force's Museo Aeronáutico de 
					Maracay (Aeronautics Museum of Maracay), Venezuela
				149868 to MASDC as 1S0446 Feb 19, 1974.
				149869 (MSN 144C) to MASDC as 1S0223 Apr 13, 1970.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May 2010
				149872 (MSN 147C) to MASDC as 1S0437 Dec 13, 1973.  Assigned To Turkish Navy [as TCB-872] but not delivered
				149873 (MSN 148C) To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Jul 2001
					Registered N512DF Aug 21, 1996, cancelled Sep 1, 1998. Converted to Marsh Aviation S2F-3T
					Registered N440DF as a S-2E Jun 19, 2002, registered as a S-2F3AT Jan 7, 2003, current
					Tanker # 96	California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
				149874 (MSN 149C) to MASDC as 1S0452 Apr 23, 1974.  To Turkish Navy as TCB-874.  WFU Sep 16, 1996.
				149875 (MSN 150C) to MASDC as 1S0444 Feb 6, 1974.  To Venezuelan Navy as ARV-0105, later ARV-0105.  Preserved 
					in good condition as gate guard at Puerto Cabello--Bartolome Salom, Venezuela.
				149876 (MSN 151C) to MASDC as 1S0216 Feb 18, 1970.  In 2011 was derelict in a compound 1 mi S of St Augustine 
					Airport, Florida.  Scrapped May 2011
				149877 (MSN 152C) to MASDC as 1S0447 Feb 19, 1974.  To Turkish Navy as TCB-877.  WFU 1994.  Reported 2007
					at Havacilik Muzesi, Yesilkoy, Istanbul, Turkey
				149878 (MSN 153C) to MASDC as 1S0445 Feb 11, 1974.  To Venezuelan Navy as AS-0103 in 1974
				149879 (MSN 154C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-879.  W/o Oct 6, 1977.
				149880 (MSN 155C) to MASDC as 1S0449 Mar 18, 1974.  To Venezuelan Navy as AS-0106 in 1974.
				149883 (MSN 158C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-883.  WFU Jul 8, 1994.
				149884 w/o May 16, 1964
				149885 (MSN 160C) to MASDC as 1S0235 Jul 9, 1970.  To Turkish Navy as TCB-885.  W/o Ju 15, 1993.
				149887 (MSN 162C) to MASDC as 1S0236 Jul 16, 1970.  To Turkish Navy as TCB-887.  WFU Sep 16, 1996.
					Extant at Kocaeli University Campus, Kocaeli, Turkey
				149888 (MSN 163C) to MASDC as 1S0238 Jul 24, 1970  In 2011 was derelict in a compound 1 mi S of St 
					Augustine Airport, Florida.  Scrapped May 2011.
				149889 (MSN 164C) to Republic of China Air Force
				149891 9MSN 166C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-891.  WFU in 1976
149893/149934		Sikorsky HSS-2 Sea King
				Redesignated SH-3A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				149893,149897,149914,149915,149919,149923,149925,149930,149932 converted to SH-3G.
				149894,149897,149898,149899,149900,149902,149904,149905,149906,149910,149913,149917,149918,
					149921,149923,149927,149929,149931,149934 converted to SH-3H.
				149899,149918 converted to UH-3H.
				149893 (MSN 61158, SH-3G) w/o Oct 22, 1973 with HC-1, modex NF-006
				149894 (MSN 61160) converted to SH-3H.  Featured in the movie "Top Gun" as the helicopter that lands
					with the two men shot down by the hero.  To AMARC as 9H0059 Dec 17, 1993
				149895 (MSN 61163) w/o with HS-2 May 23, 1967
				149896 (MSN 61165) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-71.  Converted to HH-3A.  SOC May 3, 1973.
				149897 (MSN 61166) HC-7 "Seadevils".  Converted to UH-3H.
				149898 (MSN 61167) converted to SH-3H.  Active in July 1991 with HS-1 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida
					To AMARC as 9H0084 Nov 3, 1994.  Registered in 2010 to US Department of
					State as N898WC and upgraded by Sikorsy in 2013 as S-61T
				149899 (MSN 61168) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H.  SOC Dec 17, 2004.
				149900 (MSN 61169) converted to SH-3H.  Lost main gear box oil pressure May 26, 1986
					in Caribbean and sank.  4 crew rescued.  Air-Britain magazine
					says crashed into Mediterranean May 21, 1986.
				149901 (MSN 61170) w/o with HS-8 Mar 26, 1968.
				149902 (MSN 61171) converted to SH-3H.  SOC Nov 29, 2006
				149903 (MSN 61172) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-60.  Converted to HH-3A.  To civil registry May 24, 1996 as N51953 
					at Siller Helicopters.  Current Jul 2018
				149904 (MSN 61173)  converted to SH-3H.
				149905 (MSN 61174) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0037 Oct 19, 1992
				149906 (MSN 61175) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0105 Apr 14, 2004.
				149907 (MSN 61176) w/o Dec 18, 1964
				149908 (MSN 61177) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-43. While on approach to USS Constellation (CV-64) off 
					North Vietnamwith HS-7, lost tail gear box Feb 20, 1970 and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin.  
					Of 11 onboard, 10 survived and one MIA.
				149909 (MSN 61178) w/o with HS-8 Jan 12, 1967
				149910 (MSN 61180) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-44. HS-6. crashed Feb 23, 1989.
				149911 (MSN 61181) w/o Aug 15, 1963.
				149912 (MSN 61182) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-62.  converted to HH-3A, then SH-3G.  W/o Oct 14, 1976
				149913 (MSN 61183) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0104 Oct 7, 1999.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				149914 (MSN 61184) HC-7 "Seadevils". Converted to HH-3A. with HC-1 on USS Midway 1982.   
					Converted to HH-3A and sold as N5193Y.  Registered 15May97 as N5193Y; current [Jul18]. 
					On August 11, 2001 the helicopter, operated by Silver Bay Logging, sustained substantial 
					damage when a steel long-line broke while lifting logs. The accident occurred on Etolin Island, 
					about 12 miles southwest of Wrangell, Alaska. During a telephone conversation with the NTSB 
					investigator-in-charge on August 14, the director of maintenance for the operator related 
					that an American-made steel cable, approximately 200 feet in length, broke about 60 feet 
					above the load of logs the helicopter was lifting. The 5/8 inch cable contacted the helicopter's 
					main and tail rotor blades. The helicopter was able to make an uneventful emergency landing 
					after the crew detached the remaining cable and felt excessive vibration. Postaccident 
					inspection disclosed substantial damage to the main and tail rotors. Two main rotor blades 
					and the tail rotor blades were replaced.
				149915 (MSN 61185) converted to SH-3G.  To MASDC as 9H0012 Jul 17, 1978.  Put on display at NAS North Island, CA,
					on loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				149916 (MSN 61186) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-64. converted to HH-3A.  To civil registry May 15, 1997 as N3173U.  
					Current Jul 2018.
				149917 (MSN 61187) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0092 May 25, 1995.  To civil registry
					as N350DA
				149918 (MSN 61188) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H.  w/o Sep 16, 1999
				149919 (MSN 61190) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-43 converted to SH-3G.  To AMARC as 9H0048 Nov 17, 1993.  
					Departed 10Mar98 to Kaman, Bloomfield, CT. Registered 4Aug10 as N919WR to Department of State, 
					Patrick AFB, FL; cancelled 13Mar17.
				149920 (MSN 61192) w/o Aug 6, 1966
				149921 (MSN 61193) converted to SH-3H.  W/o Oct 1, 1982.
				149922 (MSN 61195) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-61.  Converted to HH-3A.  To AMARC as 9H0018 Jun 13, 1990.  
					Departed May 4, 2011.  To N454YS with Carson Helicopters Inc, Grants Pass, Oregon on September 2, 2011 and cancelled 
					on January 4, 2018. 
				149923 (MSN 61196) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0055 Dec 13, 1993.  To N923AW with US Department of State at 
					Patrick AFB, Florida on July 11, 2011, expired Sep 30, 2014, and cancelled on March 13, 2017. 
					Noted in the storage area of the Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona in December 2017. 
				149924 (MSN 61197) w/o Jul 6, 1967
				149925 (MSN 61198) HC-7 "Seadevils".  Converted to SH-3G
				149926 (MSN 61199) w/o Feb 5, 1966
				149927 (MSN 61200) converted to SH-3H.  W/o Jun 25, 1982
				149928 (MSN 61201) w/o Mar 29, 1967 while returning to Quonset Point, Rhode Island.  Of 3 onboard, 2 were lost at
					at sea and the third died later of injuries.
				149929 (MSN 61203) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H. (HC-2) Severely damaged at NAS Norfolk, VA Oct 29, 2001 
					when uncommanded yaw to port during rotor engagement resulted in collapse of starboard main engine mounting.
					SOC Jan 16, 2002.
				149930 (MSN 61205) converted to SH-3G.  To AMARC as 9H0044 Aug 30, 1993
				149931 (MSN 61206) converted to SH-3H.  Lost Nov 9, 1987 due to ASE hardover during post maintenance
					check flight from USS Midway over the Indian Ocean.  The helicopter
					dove nose-first from about 150 feet and impacted the water on
					the starboard side of USS Midway.  One killed, 3 injured.
				149932 (MSN 61208) converted to SH-3G.  On display at Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum, Charlestown, SC on
					loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				149933 (MSN 61210) HC-7 "Seadevils"; code VH-66. converted to HH-3A.  Stored with Croman Corp, White City, 
					Oregon Oct 2012.
				149934 (MSN 61211) SOC Dec 1, 1999.
149935/149958		Grumman A-6A Intruder
				MSN I-16/39.  Transfers to MASDC/AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com. Dispositions from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org   
				149936, 149937, 149940, 149942, 149945, 149951, 149952, 149954 modified as KA-6D tanker.
				149944, 149949, 149955, 149957 modified as A-6B defense suppression aircraft.
				149948/149950, 149953, 149955/149957 brought up to A-6E standards.
				149935 (MSN I-16) modified to YEA-6A prototype, later converted to NEA-6A.  Later used in the
					EA-6B development. 1973: NWC, at NAF China Lake, CA.  1975: Assigned as a ground trainer to NAFT Lakehurst, NJ
					Noted derelict at the Lakehurst Naval Air Engineering Center, New Jersey in Jun 1986.
				149936 (MSN I-17) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.   1965: VA-42 as AD-5xx.   Converted to NA-6A.
					1967-77: NWC, at NAF China Lake, CA.  Converted to KA-6D tanker.   1983: VA-52 as NL-515.  1984: VA-95 as NH-514.
					1987-88: VA-155 as AA-514.  1990: VA-155 as NE-414 NAS Whidbey Island, WA.
					To AMARC as 5A0053 Sep 24, 1990.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Sep 27, 2010.  Scrapped
				149937 (MSN I-18) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.   4/1966: Converted to KA-6D tanker. Or at later date?  1966-67: VA-42.
					1970-77: NWC, at NAF China Lake, CA. 1980: VA-42.  1980-81: VA-34 as AB-520.  1983: VA-75 as AC-514.
					1986-87: VA-75 as AC-514.  1989: VA-85 as AB-522.1993: VA-304 as ND-21 NAS Alameda, CA.
					To AMARC as 5A0062 Apr 7, 1993. To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Sep 27, 2010.  Scrapped
				149938 (MSN I-19) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963-64: VA-42 as AD-502.
					8/28/1964: Spun out and crashed near Columbia, NC.
				149939 (MSN I-20)  1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963-66: VA-42 as AD-503.
					9/27/1966: Crashed during a bombing training flight near Tangier Target, MD
				149940 (MSN I-21) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963-65: NATC as NATC-26.  1974: NATC as NATC-940.
					Converted to KA-6D tanker.  1991: VA-34 as AG-520.  1992: VA-205 as AF-523.NAS Atlanta, GA
					To AMARC as 5A0067 Apr 30, 1993.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Dec 6, 2017.  Scrapped
				149941 (MSN I-22)  1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963-66: VA-42 as AD-504.  Upgraded to A-6E.
					1978: VA-145 as NE-506.  1982-83: VA-34 as AB-503.
					(VA-34) crashed in Black Mountains, AZ Sep 30, 1983.  Both crew killed.
					This Intruder was assigned to VA-34 (Attack Squadron 34), the Blue Blasters, and had just completed a 
					cruise on the aircraft carrier USS America in May. The plane and crew were with the Atlantic Fleet 
					and stationed in Norfolk, Virginia, but were traveling cross country on a low-level navigation 
					training flight. The crew had just departed Yuma MCAS at 4:30 pm and headed north when they impacted 
					Black Mesa just outside of Oatman, Arizona. Not too much is known as the Navy report is heavily 
					redacted. However, what is known is that during a heavy rainstorm the low-flying Intruder skimmed 
					the top of the mesa and barely impacted a small ridge, causing it to skid along the terrain for 
					over a quarter mile, killing both crewmen.
				149942 (MSN I-23)  1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1967: VMA(AW)-225.  Converted to KA-6D tanker.
					1971: VA-75 as AC-520.  1976: VA-176 as AE-524.  1979: VA-34 as AB-515.  1980: VA-35 as AJ-521.  1981: NATC as 55-75.
					1982: VA-85 as AA-521.  1982: VA-85 as AA-514.  1984: VA-65 as AG-514.  1986-87: VA-75 as AC-514. 1988-89: VA-196 as NK-514.
					8/1990: Struck off charge at NAS Whidbey Island, WA.
				149943 (MSN I-24)  1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  VMAT(AW)-202 as KC-02.  Upgraded to A-6E.
 					To MASDC as 5A0050 Jun 12, 1981. To Grumman, Bethpage, NY Aug 15, 1985.  Returned to service.  1989: VA-165 as NG-505
					Sunk in Atlantic Ocean for use as artificial reef
				149944 (MSN I-25) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1965-66: VA-75 as AG-511.  1968: VMA(AW)-225 as CE-4.
					Converted to A-6B MOD. I970: VA-34 as AB-515. NAS Oceana, VA   To MASDC as 5A0002 Jul 28, 1975. to NARF Norfolk, VA Aug 2, 1978.    
					Returned to service and converted to A-6E.  1987: VA-128 AS NJ-825.  1992-93: VA-145 as NE-505.
					1994-95: VA-128 as NJ-523 NAS Whidbey Island, WA.
					Back to AMARC as 5A0164 Aug 29, 1995. SOC Jun 14, 2002.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Aug 20, 2018.  Scrapped
				149945 (MSN I-26) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  Converted to KA-6D tanker.  1970-71: VA-85 as AA-523.  1975-76: VA-65 as AG-522.
					1978: VA-34 as AB-5xx.   Lost with VA-34 60 mi SE of Cape Hatteras, NC on a transit flight from NAS Oceana, VA
					 to USS John F. Kennedy.CV-67 Feb 22, 1978.
				149946 (MSN I-27) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  Upgraded to A-6E.  1975: VX-5 as XE-17.
					1977: VA-128 as NJ-823.  To MASDC as 5A0016 Jan 15, 1979. To Grumman, St Augustine, FL Jul 23, 1967.  Returned to service
				 	1990-91: VA-155 as NE-400.  1992-93: VA-155 as NE-407.  Was preserved at NAS Jacksonville, FL.  Was preserved at Kirtland AFB, NM?
					Sunk in Atlantic Ocean for use as artificial reef
				149947 (MSN I-28) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964-65: VA-75 as AG-502.  1966: VA-75 as AG-5xx.
					8/16/1966: Crashed into the western Mediterranean Sea after a bad launch off USS Independence.CVA-62
				149948 (MSN I-29) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1963: VA-42.  1964-66: VA-75 as AG-510.  Upgraded to A-6E.
					1974-75: VA-35 as AJ-500.  8/23/1975: Crashed into the North Atlantic after a collision with F-4J 155509. Both crewmen were killed.
				149949 (MSN I-30) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964-65: VA-75 as AG-507.  1966-67: VA-75 as AG-510.  Converted to A-6B MOD.O.
					1968: VA-196 as NK-414.   1969: VA-42 as AD-580.  1970: VA-75 as AC-500.  1972-73: VA-145 as NE-514.   1974: VA-165 as NG-511.
					Upgraded to A-6E.   1976-77: VA-85 as AA-506.  1977-78: VA-196 as NK-500.
					To MASDC from VMAT(AW)-202 MCAS Cherry Point, NC as 5A0046 Sep 24, 1980.  To Grumman, Bethpage, NY Uul 13, 1985.  
					Returned to service  1992: VA-34 as AB-504.  1993: VA-34 as AG-5xx.  
					4/21/1993: Crashed on Nellis Range near Alamo, NV after a collision with A-6E 158787
				149950 (MSN I-31) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964-65: VA-75 as AG-500.  1965: VA-42 as AD-500.
					1968: VMA(AW)-242 as DT-1.  Upgraded to A-6E.  1976: VA-42 as AD-520.  1978-79: VMAT(AW)-202 as KC-09.MCAS Cherry Point, NC
					To MASDC as 5A0019 Feb 1, 1979.  To Grumman, Bethpage, NY Jul 24, 1987.  Returned to service.  1988-89: VA-196 as NK-506.
					4/1995: Salvaged at Grumman/Saint Augustine, FL   Sunk in Atlantic Ocean for use as artificial reef
				149951 (MSN I-32) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.   1968-69: VMA(AW)-242.  Converted to KA-6D tanker.
					1974: VA-85 as AA-520.   1979-81: VA-65 as AG-522.  1986-87: VA-52 as NL-516.  1987: VA-196 as NK-515.
					1987-88: VA-185 as NF-411.  To MASDC from VA-52 as NE-516 NAN Whidbey Island, WA as 5A0052.  To NARF Norfolk, VA Sep 18, 1991.  
					Returned to service
				149952 (MSN I-33) converted to KA-6D tanker. In October 1973 active with VA-34 coded AB-533
					aboard USS John F. Kennedy on visit to Firth of Forth, Scotland 
					Assigned to VA-196 0n CV43 Coral Sea. West Pac Indian Ocean Nov 13, 1979 to Jun 11, 1980 
					as acft "521." Reassigned to VA-115 aboard CV-41. Reported to be assigned to VA-304 code ND-422. 
					Later to VA-95 during Persian Gulf 1. Acft scrapped at Naval Aviation Depot 
					Norfolk, VA early 1990's.
				149953 (MSN I-34) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964-66: VA-75 as AG-504.   Upgraded to A-6E.  1979-80: VA-196 as NK-511.
					1982-83: VA-34 as AB-512.  1986-87: VA-75 as AC-504.  1993: VMA(AW)-224. MCAS Beaugort, SC
					Named "Old Faithful" with VMA(AW)-224 in Jun 1992.  To AMARC as 5A0068 May 28, 1993.
					To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Oct 15, 2014.  Scrapped.
				149954 (MSN I-35) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1968: VMA(AW)-225 as CE-11.\  1968-69: VMA(AW)-242 as DT-3.
					Converted to A-6B.  1973: VA-34 as AB-510.  Converted to KA-6D tanker.  1975: VA-34 as AB-520.  1976: VA-42 as AD-525.
					VA-35 as AJ-514.  1981: VA-65 as AG-516.   1985: VA-85 as AA-523.
					With VA-85, crashed after control was lost during stall
					practice 2 mi N of Dare County Bombing Range, NC Aug 1, 1985.
				149955 (MSN I-36) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  Converted to A-6B MOD.I.  1973: VA-4 as AB-511.  1974-76: VA-34 as AB-514.
					To MASDC as 5A0003 Ma4 12, 1976. To NARF Norfolk, VA Aug 2, 1978. Upgraded to A-6E.  Returned to service.
					1978: VA-42 as AD-506.  1979-80: VA-35 as AJ-505.  1985-86: VA-55 as AK-511.  1990-91: VA-85 as AB-506.  A-75 as AC-512.
					1994-96: VA-196 as NK-512 NAS Whidbey Island, WA  Back to AMARC as 5A0229 Nov 21, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.  
					To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Aug 22, 2018.  Scrapped.
				149956 (MSN I-37) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  1964: VA-75 as AG-501.  1974: VA-35 as AJ-501.  Upgraded to A-6E.
					1975-75: VA-35 as AJ-501.  VA-42 as AD-506. NAS Oceana, VA  To MASDC as 5A0011 Nov 7, 1978. To Grumman, Bethpage, NY Feb 21, 1986.  
					Returned to service. 1987-88: VA-128 as NJ-804.  1992: VA-304 as ND-05.  4/1995: Salvaged at Grumman/Saint Augustine, FL.
 					Sunk in Atlantic Ocean for use as artificial reef
				149957 (MSN I-38) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.  Converted to A-6B MOD.O.  1971: VA-75 as AC-510.  1971-72: VMA(AW)-224 as NL-521.
					1972: VA-145 as NE-515.  Upgraded to A-6E.  1978: VA-85 as AA-503. NAS Oceana, VA
					To MASDC as 5A0018 Jan 24, 1979. To Grumman, Bethpage, NY Dec 1, 1986.  Returned to service.  1988: VA-176 as AE-512.
					1990-91: VA-65 as AJ-504.  4/1995: Salvaged at Grumman/Saint Augustine, FL.
					Sunk in Atlantic Ocean for use as artificial reef
				149958 (MSN I-39) 1963: Delivered to the United States Navy.   1964: VA-75 as AG-xxx.  5/21/1964: Crashed due to electrical and hydraulic failure.
					Sunk for use as artificial reef
149959/150138		Douglas A4D-5 Skyhawk 
				MSN 13012/13191 (El Segundo numbers).  Redesignated A-4E in 1962.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
					Service histories from www.forgottenjets.warbirdresourcegroup.org
				149959 (MSN 13012) 1963: VA-163.  1963-64: VA-23 as NE-337.  1965: VA-212.  1966: VA-66.  1966: VA-56.
					1966: VA-192.  1967: VA-153 as NL-316.  1967: VA-163 as AH-300.
					(VA-163 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) shot down by SAM over Hanoi, North Vietnam Oct 26, 1967.  Pilot
					LtCdr John S. McCain III ejected and became POW.  He was tortured at the Hanoi Hilton.
					He was released Mar 14, 1973.  Same serial carried by an A-4A in VA-163 colors noted as gate 
					guardian at Great Lakes Naval Recruit Depot near Haineville, IL.  This is actually 148463.
				149960 (MSN 13013)1964: H&MS-32.  1964: VMA-324.  1964-66: VMA-331.  1966: VA-76.
					1966: VA-212 as NP-xxx. Or still with VA-76 when lost?    10/29/1966: Crashed near NAS Fallon, NV. Pilot was killed
				149961 (MSN 13014) 1963-65: VA-125.  1966-67: VA-125 as NJ-515.  1967: VA-163 as AH-304.
					(VA-163 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) shot down by small arms fire over North Vietnam 
					or flew into the ground near Ha Tinh/Vinh, North Vietnam Jul 25, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				149962 (MSN 13015) 1963-64: VA-23.  1965: H&MS-12.  1965: VA-23 as NE-338 and NE-341( VA-23 attached to USS Midway (CVA-41)) 
					damaged by own bomb exploding prematurely just after release 50 mi
					S of Vinh, North Vietnam Jul 28, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				149963 (MSN 13016) 1963-64: VA-23.  1965: VA-23 as NE-347.  1966-67: VA-23.  1967: VA-153.
					1967: VA-163 as AH-311  (VA-163 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) hit by AAA over Haiphong, 
					North Vietnam Oct 24, 1967.  
					Pilot LtJG R. A. Foulks ejected 3 miles off the coast and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				149964 (MSN 13017) 1963-65: VA-23 as NE-340.  1965-67: VA-125.  1967: VA-164 as AH-4xx.  1967: VA-163 as AH-301.
					1967-69: VA-163 as AH-302.  1969-70: VA-152 as AJ-5xx.  1970: VA-44.  1970-72: VA-126.
					1972-73: Naval Fighter Weapons Center as 1.  10/24/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA
					To Israel AF as 891 with 116 Squadron and on display at Israeli AF Museum at Hatzerim AB, Beersheba in Aug 1995.
					Also listed as sold in 1985 to the Indonesian AF as TT-0431.  12 Squadron, at Pekanbaru AB.  8/2004: Withdrawn from use.
					Stored at Iswahjudi AB.
				149965 (MSN 13018) 1963-65: VA-125.  1967: VA-56?
				149966 (MSN 13019) 1963-65: VA-125 as NJ-517.  11/17/1965: Crashed near Rancho Bernardo, CA due to engine failure.
				149967 (MSN 13020) 1963-65: VA-125 as NJ-518.  1965: VA-155 as NL-5xx.  1965-66: VA-72 as AG-5xx.  1966: VAH-4.
					1966: VA-56 as NL-4xx.  1966-67: VA-192 as NM-212.  1967: VMA-223.  1967-68: VMA-311 as WL-14.  1969: VA-125.
					Crashed after collision with A-4C 148537 near NAS Fallon, NV May 29, 1969
				149968 (MSN 13021) 1963: VA-23.  1963-65: VA-56.  1965: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-224.  1966-67: VMA-331.  1967: VMA-121.
					1967-68: VMA-311.  1969: VA-125.  1969-70: VA-44.  1970-72: VMA-331.  1972: VA-305.
					11/13/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.   11/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF as 801.  116 Squadron
				149969 (MSN 13022) 1970: NWC.  1975: NWC   To MASDC as 3A0526 Aug 28, 1978.  .  
					To NARF Pensacola, FL Mar 18, 1980. Returned to service. Fighter Weapons School as 53.
					1983: Fighter Weapons School as 553.  With.Fighter Weapons School crashed near MCAS Yuma, AZ Jan 14, 1983
				149970 (MSN 13023) 1963: VA-23.  1963-64: VA-56.  1964: VMA-211. 1966: VMA-224.  1967: VMA-121.  1967-68: VMA-311.
					(VMA-311) shot down by small arms fire 7 mi N of Khe Sanh, South Vietnam May 17, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was
					rescued.
				149971 (MSN 13024) 1963-65: VA-23.  1965-66: VA-163.  1966: VA-125.  1966-67: VA-212 as NP-232.  1967-69: VA-163 as AH-304.
					1969-70: VA-44.  1970-72: VF-126.  1972: Fighter Weapons School.  1973: Fighter Weapons Center as 3.
					10/23/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.  Transferred to Israeli AF in 1973
				149972 (MSN 13025) 1963-67: VA-125.  1967-68: VA-163 as AH-3xx.  1969-70: VMA-311.  1970: VMA-211.
					1970-71: VMA-311.  1972: VMA-311 as WL-3.  1973: VMA-311.  1973: VMA-211.  1976-78: VC-2 as JE-06.
					1978: VMA-322.  1978-79: H&MS-49.  1980: VMA-322 as QR-55.  1981-82: H&MS-49.
					6/20/1983: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL
				149973 (MSN 13026) 1963-65: VA-125.  1965: VA-86.  1965-66: VA-56.   1966-67: VA-192 as NM-211.
					1967: VMA-223.  1967: VMA-211.  1967-68: VMA-121 as VK-5.  1968-70: VMA-223.  1970-71: VMA-214.
					1971-72: VMAT-102.  10/13/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.  10/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF.
				149974 (MSN 13027) 1963-64: VA-81 as AJ-xxx  Caught fire and crashed 15 Jan 1964 into Tangier Sound, MD.  
					Tangier Sound is bounded on the west by Tangier Island in Virginia and Smith Island and 
					South Marsh Island in Maryland, by Deal Island, MD on the north and the mainland
					of the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Pocomoke Sound on the east
				149975 (MSN 13028) 1963-64: VA-56.  1964-67: VA-125.  1967: VA-163 as AH-310
					(VA-163 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) shot down by SA-2 near Vat Cach Thuong/Haiphong,
					North Vietnam Aug 31, 1967.  Pilot LCdr Al Stafford was actually blown out of the cockpit, 
					but his chute deployed automatically and he became POW.
				149976 (MSN 13029) 1963-64: VA-23.  1965: VA-155.  1965-66: VA-153.   1966-67: VMA-311.  1967: VMA-223. 1967-68: VMA-211.
					(VMA-221) shot down by small arms fire near Hoi An near Da Nang, South Vietnam  Jan 29, 1968.  
					Sometimes confused with 150057, which was shot down on the same day.
				149977 (MSN 13030) 1963-64: VA-83 as AJ-3xx.  1964: VA-86 as AG-4xx.   1964-66: NAS Oceana, VA.  1966: VA-155 as NL-5xx.  1967: VA-153 as NL-3xx.
					1967: VA-163 as AH-3xx.  1967: VA-195 as NM-5xx.  1967-69: VA-164 as AH-4xx.  1969: VA-152 as AJ-215.
					1969-70: VA-152 as AJ-507.  1970-72: VC-5.  1972-76: VC-1 as UA-06.  1976-77: VMA-124 as QP-2.  1978-87: VMA-124.
					1987-93: VF-45 as AD-615.  1993: Struck off charge at NAS Key West, FL.  Was preserved at NAS Key West, FL.
					Now preserved at VFW Post 1419, Hamburg, NY Jun 2005.  Noted in May 2009 preserved at Hamburg,  New York. 
				149978 (MSN 13031) 1963-66: VA-125.  1966: VA-55.  1966-67: VA-23.  1967-68: VA-56.  1968: VA-776.
					1968-69: VA-125.  1969-71: VA-152 as AJ-513.  1971-72: VMAT-102.  Dec 4, 1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.
					12/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF.   1980: Sold to the Indonesian AF as TT-0401.  11 Squadron.
					Currently preserved on a pole at Singkang, Sulawesi Selatan
				149979 (MSN 13032) 1963-64: VA-83.  1964: VA-86.  1964-65: VMA-332.  1965: VA-12 as AB-404.  1966-67: VA-12.  1967: VA-163.
					1967-68: VA-56.  1968: VA-776.  1968-69: VA-125.  1969-70: VA-152.  1970: VA-195.  1970: VMAT-102.
					1970-71: VMA-214.  1971: VMAT-102.  1972: VMAT-102 as SC-7.  12/14/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.
					12/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF.  1980: Sold to the Indonesian AF as TT-0402.  11 Squadron.
					8/2004: Withdrawn from use.   To Indonesian AF in 1980 as TT-0402.  Preserved at Ujang Pandang, Sulawesi.
				149980 (MSN 13033) 1963-64: VA-125.  Nov 12, 1964: Crashed in Fresno County, CA due to engine failure.
				149981 (MSN 13034) 1963-64: VA-83.  1964: VA-86.  1964-65: VMA-332.  1965-67: VA-12.  1967: VA-155.
					1967: VA-192 as NM-215.  1967-68: VA-56.  1968: VA-125.  1968-69: VA-195.  VX-1.
					1/27/1971: Struck off charge at NARF Alameda, CA.
				149982 (MSN 13035) 1963-64: VA-83.  1964: VA-86.  1964-65: VMA-332.  1965: VA-44.  1966: VA-81.
					1966-68: VA-163 as AH-314.  1969: VA-163 as NP-314.  1969-70: VA-44.
					Aug 8, 1978: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL
				149983 (MSN 13036) 1963-65: VA-125.  1965: VA-23.  1966: VA-56.  1966: VA-192.  1967: VA-164.  1967: VA-56.
					1968-70: VA-195 as NM-514.  1970-74: VMA-211 as CF-3.  1976: VC-2 as JE-07.
					(VC-2) shot down by a Sidewinder missile fired from a F-4J off the North Carolina coast after the pilot thought
                           the A-4E was a drone on Dec 10, 1976. Pilot ejected safely.
				149984 (MSN 13037) 1963-64: VA-83 as AJ-3xx.   1964: VA-86 as AG-4xx.  1964-65: VA-72 as AG-313.  1965-66: VA-44.
					1966-67: VMA-324.  1967-70: VMA-331.  1970-71: VMA-324.   1971-72: VA-45.  1972: VA-305.  1972-73: VA-127.
					10/20/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.  10/1973: Transferred to the Israeli AF as 881.
					110 Squadron.  115 Squadron.   1992: Assigned as a ground trainer to Holtz Technical School in Tel Aviv.  Salvaged
				149985 (MSN 13038) 1963-64: VA-81.  1964-67: VMA-324.  1967-71: VMA-331.   1971: VC-2.   1971-72: H&MS-13.
					1972-73: VMA-223.  1973-83: VMA-322 as QR-50.  1983-84: VMA-124.  1986: VF-43 as 27 and 29.  1987-91: VF-43.
					1992-93: VF-43 as 29 NAS Oceana, VA
					To AMARC as 3A0734 Oct 4, 1993.  To DRMO Mar 20, 2002, probably to HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
				149986 (MSN 13039) 1963-64: VA-83.  1964-65: VA-86.  1965-66: VA-44.  1967: VA-44 as AD-445.
					1967-68: VA-125.  1968-69: VA-195.  1969-70: VMA-311.  1970: VMA-223.  1970-71: VMA-214.  1971-72: VMAT-102.
					10/24/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.  10/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF.
					1980: Sold to the Indonesian AF as TT-0403  11 Squadron.   Withdrawn from use.  Stored at Hasanuddin AB
				149987 (MSN 13040) 1963-64: VA-83 as AJ-3xx.  1964-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-12 as AB-403.
					1967: VA-153 as NL-3xx.  1967-68: VA-144 as NH-315.   1968: VMA-121.  1968-70: VMA-223 as WP-19.
					1970-71: VMA-214.  1971-72: VMAT-102.  7/31/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.  7/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF.
					1980: Sold to the Indonesian AF as TT-0404  11 Squadron.  7/26/1985: Crashed near Bance, Kab Bone, Sulsel.
				149988 (MSN 13041) 1963-64: VA-81.  1964-65: VMA-324 as DX-18.   1966: VMA-324.  1967-70: VMA-331 as VL-17.
					1970: H&MS-31.  1970-71: VMA-324.   Feb 4, 1971: Damaged beyond repair in a runway accident at MCAS Beaufort, SC.
				149989 (MSN 13042) 1963-64: VA-56.  1964-65: VA-125.  1965: VA-155.  1965: VA-86.  1965-66: VA-56.
					1966: VA-192 as NM-208.  1967: VMA-331   1967: VMA-223.  1967: VMA-311.  1968: VMA-121.  1968-70: VMA-223.
					1970: VMA-211.  1972-75: VMA-311.  1975: VMA-131.  1976: VMA-131 as QG-10  1977-78: VMA-131.  1979: VMA-131 as QG-10.
					Exploded and crashed near Horsham, PA Aug 26, 1979,  Pilot was killed.
				149990 (MSN 13043) 1963-65: VA-81 as AJ-403.  1965-67: VA-44.  1967-68: VA-164.  1968-69: VA-163.  1969-70: VA-44.  1970-72: VF-126.
					1972-73: Fighter Weapons School as 634.  10/23/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.  Also listed as w/o Aug 26, 1979
				149991 (MSN 13044) 1963-65: VA-125.  1965: VA-155 as NL-500.
					(VA-155 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) shot down either by ground fire near Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam, 
					or from a prematurely exploding bomb Sep 10, 1965.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				149992 (MSN 13045) 1963-64: VA-81.  1964: VA-72 as AB-510.  1965: VA-72.  1966: VA-72 as AB-502.  1966: VA-72 as AB-510.
					(VA-72 attached to USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42)) injested own 2.75-in rocket debris over 
					Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam Sep 13, 1965.  Engine started breaking apart.  Made it to
					Gulf of Tonkin where pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				149993 (MSN 13046) 1963-64: VA-81.  1964-65: VA-72 as AG-303.  1966-67: VA-72 as AB-x04.  1967: VA-44.  1967: VA-81.
					1967-68: VA-94 as NF-407.   1968-69: VA-195.   1969: VA-125.  1969-70: VA-152 as AJ-505.
					(VA-152 attached to USS Shangri La (CVS-39)) injested fuel during inflight refueling and 
					crashed into Gulf of Tonkin May 27, 1970.  Pilot ejected safely and was recovered.
				149994 (MSN 13047) 1964-67: VMA-324.  1967-70: VMA-331.  1970-71: VMA-324.  1971-72: VA-45.  1972: VA-305.
					1972: VA-127.  1973: VC-7 as UH-00.  10/22/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.
					Transferred to Israel AF as 880.  Noted in storage at Haifa May 2000.
				149995 (MSN 13048) 1963-68: VA-125 as NJ-514  1968-69: VA-195 as NM-503.   1969: VA-125 as NJ-514.   1969-70: VMA-311.
					1970: VMA-223.  1970-71: VMA-214.   1971-72: VMAT-102.  1972-73: VA-45 as AU-607.  1973: VA-43 as AD-320.
					10/21/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.  10/1973: Transferred to the Israeli AF.
				149996 (MSN 13049) 1963-64: VA-83.  1964-66: VMA-324.  1966: H&MS-31.  1966-67: VMA-331.  1967: VA-46 as AA-416.
					(VA-46) destroyed in fire aboard USS Forrestal CVA-59 in Gulf of Tonkin Jul 29, 1967.  During preparations for launch
					a Mk 32 Zuni rocket accidentally fired due to an electrical power surge.  It struck 149996, causing fires and
					bombs to explode.  Pilot Lcdr John S. McCain got out safely.  143 men died, 161 injured, 21 aircraft
					destroyed (11 A-4Es, 7 F-4s, 3 RA-5s)
				149997 (MSN 13050) 1963-64: VA-43.  1964: VA-46.  Crashed 5 Jun 1964 into Chesapeake Bay near Tangier Island, Accomac County, VA
				149998 (MSN 13051) 1963-65: VA-125.  1965-67: VA-163 as AH-310.  1967-68: VA-164.  1968-69: VA-163 as NP-343.
					1969-71: VA-152.  1971-72: VMAT-102.  11/14/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.
					11/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF.  1980: Sold to the Indonesian AF as TT-0405.  11 Squadron.
					6/22/2000: Crashed into the sea off Tanjung Batung, Kabupaten Barru. Pilot was killed. 
				149999 (MSN 13052) 1963-64: VA-81 as AJ-405.  1964-65: VA-72 as AG-304
					(VA-72 attached to USS Independece CVA-62)) shot down by small arms fire 14 mi W of Dong Hoi 
					near route 101 Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Sep 13, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				150000 (MSN 13053) 1963-65: VA-125 as NJ-513.  1965-66: VA-212 as NP-222.
					(VA-212 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) caught fire over Gulf of Tonkin Jun 27, 1966.  Pilot 
					ejected and was rescued.
				150001 (MSN 13054) 1963-65: VA-43.  1965: VA-44.  1965-67: VA-12 as AB-413.   A-12 AB413 USS Franklin D Roosevelt CVA-42. 
					1967: VA-164.  1967-68: VA-94 as NF-401.  1968-69: VA-163.  1969-70: VA-152 as AJ-500.  1970-75: VC-5.  1975: VA-127.
					1975-79: VMA-131.  1980-84: VMA-131 as QG-11.   1984-88: VMA-131.  1988-90: VF-43.
					To AMARC as 3A0581 Oct 25, 1990.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Dec 2, 2020.  Scrapped
				150002 (MSN 13055) 1963-64: VA-81 as AJ-401.  1964-65: VA-72 as AG-306.  1967: VA-83.  1967: VA-106.
					1967-69: VMA-311.  1970-72: VC-5  12/19/1972: Ditched into the sea off NAS Cubi Point, Philippines due to engine failure.
				150003 (MSN 13056) 1963-64: VA-83.  1964-65: VA-43.  1965-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-212 as NP-231.  1967-69: VA-163.
					1969-70: VA-44   1970-72: VMA-331.  9/21/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.
					9/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF.  1985: Sold to the Indonesian AF as TT-0432.  12 Squadron, at Pekanbaru AB.
					8/2004: Withdrawn from use.   Stored at Hasanuddin AB.
				150004 (MSN 13057) 1963-64: VA-43.  Crashed 6 May 1964 near MCAS Yuma, AZ due to engine failure
				150005 (MSN 13058) 1963-64: VA-81 as AJ-xxx.  Crashed 11 May 1964 into Chesapeake Bay, MD
				150006 (MSN 13059) 1963-64: VA-43.  1964-65: VMA-324.  1965-66: VMA-331.  1966: VA-212 as NP-200.
					1966-67: VA-212 as NP-230.  1967: VA-163 as AH-312.  1967-68: VA-163 as NP-xxx.  7/25/1968: Written off
				150007 (MSN 13060) 1963-64: VA-81.  1964: VA-72 as AB-502.  1964-65: VA-72 as AG-307.
					1966-67: VA-72 as AB-502.  1967-68: VA-155 as NL-503.  1968-69: VA-125.  1969-70: VA-152.
					1970-72: VC-5.  1972-73: VA-127.  1973: VC-5 as UE-15.  1974-75: VC-5.  1975: VA-127 as NJ-730.
					1975-79: VMA-124.  1980: VMA-124 as QP-3.  1981-87: VMA-124.  1987: VFA-127.
					8/25/1987: Crashed on take-off from NAS Lemoore, CA
				150008 (MSN 13061) 1963-64: VA-43.   1964-65: VA-72 as AG-300.  1965-66: VA-44.
					3/28/1966: Crashed on the Yuma Bombing Range, AZ due to engine failure
				150009 (MSN 13062) 1963-64: VA-43.  1965: VA-81.  1965-67: VA-12 as AB-407.  1967: VA-23.
					1967-68: VA-56.  1969-71: VA-152 as AJ-510.  1971-72: VMAT-102 as SC-26.
					1972-73: VA-45 as AD-610.  1973-74: VC-2.  1974-76: Naval Fighter Weapons School as 24 and 557.
					1976: Naval Fighter Weapons School as 24.
					2/17/1976: Crashed on the Gila Bend Bombing Range, AZ after a collision with F-4J 153838. 
				150010 (MSN 13063) 1963-64: VA-81.  1964-65: VA-86.  1965: VA-44.  1965: VA-12.  1966-67: VA-12 as AB-412.
					1967: VA-155.  1967: VA-56.  1968-69: VA-163.  1969-70: VA-152.  1970: VA-195.  1970-72: VMAT-102 as SC-16.
					10/26/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.  10/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF.
					1980: Sold to the Indonesian AF as TT-0406.   11 Squadron.
					1/22/1988: Crashed on a ferry flight from Laut Banda. Pilot still missing
				150011 (MSN 13064) 1963-66: VA-56.  1966: VMA-223 as WP-10.  1966: VMA-223 as WP-15.1967: VMA-121.
					(VMA-121) shot down by small arms fire near Tra Bong near Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam May 11, 1967.  
					Pilot ejected and was rescued by Army helicopter.
				150012 (MSN 13065) 1963-64: VA-43.  Crashed 24 Jun 1964 near Petersburg, VA.  Pilot killed
				150013 (MSN 13066)   1963-64: VA-81. 1964: VA-72.  1964: VA-43.  1965-66: VA-12.  1966-67: VMA-332 as EA-5.
					1966-67: VA-81 as AJ-410.  1967: VA-46 as AA-415.  1967-68: VA-125.  1968: VA-776.  1968-69: VA-195 as NM-502.
					1969: VMA-311 as WL-13.  1970-72: VMA-311.  1973: VMA-311 as WL-13.  1974-75: VMA-311.  1975-79: VMA-131
					With VMA-131 Diamondbacks at NAS Willow Grove, PA in 1970s.
					1979-87: VMA-124.  1987-88: VC-12.  VT-7.  4/1993: Struck off charge.
				150014 (MSN 13067) 1963-64: VA-83.  VMA-124.  1966: VMA-331.   3/24/1966: Crashed on the Point of Marsh bombing range, NC
				150015 (MSN 13068) 1963-64: VA-83.  1964: VA-86.  1964-65: VMA-332.  1965: VA-44.  1965-67: VA-12 as AB-405.
					1967: VA-163.  1967: VA-192.  1967-68: VA-93.  1968: VA-125.  1968-69: VA-163.  1969-70: VA-152.
					1970: VA-195.  1970-72: VMAT-102 as SC-21.  10/20/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.
					11/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF.  1985: Sold to the Indonesian AF as TT-0433.  12 Squadron, at Pekanbaru AB.
					8/2004: Withdrawn from use.  Stored at Hasanuddin AB
				150016 (MSN 13069) 1963-64: VMA-331. 1964-66: VMA-324   1966-67: VA-212.  1967-70: VMA-331 as VL-6.
					1970-71: VMA-324 as DX-13 and DX-20.  1971: VC-2.  1971-72: H&MS-13.  1972-73: VMA-223 as WP-9.
					1973: VMA-322.  10/21/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.  10/1973: Transferred to the Israeli AF.
				150017 (MSN 13070) 1963-65: VMA-311.  1965: H&MS-15.  1965: VA-23 as NE-2xx.  1965-66: VA-164 as NE-3xx.  
					1966: VA-155 as NL-511.(VA-154 attached to USS Constellation (CVA-64) hit by ground fire Duong Nham 15 mi NE of Hanoi, 
					North Vietnam Jul 1, 1966 and crashed among the islands
					of the Fai Tsi Long Archipelago.  Pilot ejected and landed in the water but did not surface
				150018 (MSN 13071) 1963-64: VA-56 as NF-xxx.  (VA-56 attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) suffered engine failure 
					upon catapult launch and plane ditched into South China Sea Aug 13, 1964.  Pilot was rescued.
				150019 (MSN 13072) 1963-64: VA-56.  1964-65: VMA-311.  1965: VMA-211 as CF-11.
					(VMA-211) hit by ground fire 30 mi S of Chul Lai AB, South Vietnam Dec 29, 1965.  Flew 20 mi N toward base at Chu Lai
					before crashing near An Cuong.  Pilot did not eject and was killed in the crash.
				150020 (MSN 13073) 1964-65: VMA-311.  1965: VMA-223.  1965: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-211 as CF-9.  1966: VMA-224.
					(VMA-224) lost on night mission 7 mi W of Chu Lai due to unknown cause Sep 8, 1966.  Pilot killed.
				150021 (MSN 13074) 1963-64: VA-81.  1964: VA-72 as AG-306.  1964-65: VA-43.  1965-66: VA-72 as AG-305.  1966-67: VA-44.
					4/25/1967: Written off.
				150022 (MSN 13075) 1963-64: VA-43.  1964-65: VA-72 as AG-310.  1966: VA-72.  1966: VA-45 as AU-661.  1966-68: VA-44.
					1968: VA-125.  1968: VA-163.  1968-69: VA-195 as NM-510.  1969-72: VMA-324.  1972: VA-45 as AU-661.
					9/26/1972: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.
				150023 (MSN 13076) 1963-65: VA-43.  1965: VA-44.  1965: VA-12 as AB-404.  1966-67: VA-12.   1967: VA-153.
					1967-69: VA-94.  1969: VA-195  1969-72: VX-5 as XE-6.  1972-82: Fighter Weapons School as 23, 56, and 556.
					1988: Fighter Weapons School as 56.  1990-91: VC-1.  1992: VC-1 as UA-10.
					1992: Struck off charge.  Preserved at Hawaii Museum of Flying
				150024 (MSN 13077) 1963-64: VA-56 as NF-xxx.  (VA-56) suffered failed catapult launch off USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14) 
					Sep 6, 1964.  Pilot killed.
				150025 (MSN 13078) with Indonesian AF as TT-0407 and on display at Yogyakarta in Apr 2008.
					Also listed as being with VA-153 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) and stalled during bombing
					run over Nhan Thap near Vinh and hit the ground Aug 29, 1967.  Pilot killed
				150026 (MSN 13079) 1963-66: VA-56 as NF-473.   1966-67: VA-192 as NM-209.  1967: VA-144 as NH-3xx.
					1967-68: VA-163.  1969: VA-163 as NP-305   1969-70: VA-44.  1970-72: VA-127 as NJ-728.  1972: VA-126.
					1972-73: Fighter Weapons School10/22/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.  Transferred to the Israeli AF
				150027 (MSN 13080) 1963-64: VA-56.  1965: VMA-214 as WE-22.  Transferred to the Israeli AF? 
				150028 (MSN 13081) 1963-65: VA-56.  1965: VMA-311 as WL-3.  1966-67: VA-212.  1967: VA-163 as AH-311.  1968: VMA-311.
					1969-70: VMA-311 as WL-8.
					(VMA-311) shot down by ground fire near Ba Long, 15 mi SW of Quang Tri, South Vietnam Sep 1, 1970.  Pilot killed.
				150029 (MSN 13082) 1963: VMA-311 as WL-3.  1964-65: VMA-311.  1965-66: VMA-121.  1966: VMA-211.
					1966: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-211.  1966-68: VMA-121.  1968: VMA-311.  1969: VA-125.  1969-70: VMA-324.
					11/30/1970: Crashed on take-off from NAS Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico
				150030 (MSN 13083) 1963-65: VA-56 as NF-401.  4/20/1965: Crashed near MCB 29 Palms, CA. Pilot was killed
				150031 (MSN 13084) 1963-64: VA-55.  1964: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-224.  1966-67: VMA-311 as WL-2.
					1967: VMA-331.  1967: VMA-223.  1967-68: VMA-211.  1969: VA-125.  1969-70: VMA-324.  1971: VMA-324 as DX-4.
					1971-72: VMA-331.  9/26/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.  9/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF.
				150032 (MSN 13085) 1963-64: VA-55 as NF-502.  1964-65: VMA-211 as CF-14.  1966: VMA-224 as WK-14.
					1966-67: VMA-121.  (VMA-121) shot down by small arms fire near Tam Ky/Hiep Duc, South Vietnam May 30, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				150033 (MSN 13086) 1963-64: VA-55 as NF-5xx  (VA-55 attached to USS Ticonderoga (CVA-14)) suffered bad 
					catapult launch and ditched into South China Sea Aug 19, 1964.  Pilot was rescued.
				150034 (MSN 13087) 1963-64: VA-55.  1964: VMA-211.  1965-66: VMA-224.
					(VMA-224) DBR in landing accident at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam Jan 27, 1966
				150035 (MSN 13088) 1963-64: VA-55 as NF-508.  1964: VMA-211.  1965: VMA-211 as CF-13.  1966: VMA-224.
					1966-67: VMA-311.  1968-69: VA-94 as NF-4xx.  1969: VA-125 as NJ-500.  1969-70: VMA-324 as DX-11.
					Jun 12, 1970: Caught fire and crashed near Meridian, MS. Pilot was killed
				150036 (MSN 13089) 1963-65: VA-56.  1965: VMA-121.  1965: VMA-223 as WP-2.  1966: VMA-223.
					1966-67: VMA-121.  .(VMA-121) shot down by small arms fire near Ha Tan near Da Nang, South Vietnam Jan 6, 1967. 
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150037 (MSN 13090) 1963-66: VA-56.  1966: VMA-224.  1966-67: VA-153.  1967: VA-125.  1967: VA-195.  1967: VA-155 as NL-512.
					(VA-155 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) taxiied off carrier flight deck due to hydraulic 
					brake pressure failure and fell into Gulf of Tonkin Nov 25, 1967.  Pilot killed.
				150038 (MSN 13091) 1963-65: VA-56.  1965: VA-23.  1966: VA-55.  1966: VA-56.  1966-67: VA-93.
					1967: VMA-211 as CF-18. (VMA-211) shot down by AAA 2 mi N of DMZ Aug 28, 1967.  Pilot KIA
				150039 (MSN 13092) 1963: VA-55 as NF-509.  1963: VA-23 as NE-00.  1965: VA-23.  1965-66: VA-163.
					1966-67: VA-23 as NE-00.  1968-69: VA-163.  1969-70: VA-152.  1970-72: VMAT-102 as SC-2 and SC-23.
					10/24/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.  10/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF.
				150040 (MSN 13093) 1963: VA-55 as NK-415.  1964-66: VA-55.  (VA-55) hit by AAA over North Vietnam Jul 24, 1966 
					and crashed in the vicinity of Cap Mui Ran
					Peninsula.  Pilot ejected 3 mi offshore and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				150041 (MSN 13094) 1963-65: VA-55.  1966: VA-55 as NK-405.  1966-67: VA-93.  1967: VMA-311.
					1968: VMA-311 as WL-17.   1969: VMA-311
					(VMA-311) destroyed on ground at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam in VC mortar attack Mar 21, 1968
				150042 (MSN 13095) 1963-64: VA-55 as NE-xxx.  1964: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-224.  1966-67: VMA-311.  1967: VMA-223.
					1967-68: VMA-211.  1969: VA-125.   1969-71: VMA-324 as DX-9.   1971: VC-2.  1971-72: VMAT-102.
					8/31/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.  1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF.
					1980: Sold to the Indonesian AF as TT-0408.  11 Squadron.   7/20/1987: Written off after a belly landing at Iswahjudi AB.
					Assigned as a ground trainer to Kalijati AB
				150043 (MSN 13096) 1963-64: VMA-331.   1964: H&MS-31.  1964: VMA-324.  10/22/1964: Written off.
				150044 (MSN 13097) 1963-64: VMA-331.  1964-65: H&MS-32.  1965-67: VA-12 as AB-409.  1967: VA-153.
					1967-68: VA-94 as NF-413.  1968-69: VA-195.  1969: VA-125 as NJ-501.  1969-71: VA-152 as AJ-501.
					1971-78: VC-1 as UA-05.  1978-82: Fighter Weapons School as 555.  1985: VC-5 as UE-6.  1989-90: VC-5 as UE-04.
					1991: VC-5.   1992: VC-5 as UE-6.  1992: Struck off charge
				150045 (MSN 13098) 1963-64: VMA-331.  1964: H&MS-31.  1964: VMA-324.  1964: H&MS-31.  1964-65: VMA-331.
					W/o May 19, 1965
				150046 (MSN 13099) 1963-64: VMA-311 as WL-4.  1965: VMA-311.   1965: VMA-121.  1965: VMA-211.
					1966: VMA-224.  1966: VMA-211 as CF-4.  1966-67: VMA-311 as WL-4.  1967: VMA-223.  1967-69: VMA-211 as CF-2.
					1970: VMA-223.  1970: VMA-214.5/7/1970: Crashed into the sea off Santa Catalina Island, CA. Pilot was killed
					Also listed as destroyed Jan 5, 1969 with no injuries
				150047 (MSN 13100) 1963-64: VMA-331  1964: H&MS-31.  1964: H&MS-32.  1964-66: VMA-331 as VL-1.
					1966: H&MS-31.  1966-67: VMA-331.  1967: VA-46 as AA-402.  1967: VA-163 as AH-313.
					(VA-163 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) lost power during catapult launch Sept 10, 1967
					and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin.  Pilot ejected safely.
				150048 (MSN 13101) 1963-64: VMA-331.  1964-65: VMA-324.  1965-66: VA-12 as AB-410.
					(VA-12 attached to USS Franklin D Roosevelt (CVA-42)) collided in midair with A-4E 150051 over 
					Gulf of Tonkin Nov 12, 1966.  Both pilots killed.
				150049 (MSN 13102) 1963-65: VMA-311.  1965: VMA-121.  1965-66: VMA-223 as WP-8.  1966-67: VMA-121.
					1967: VMA-211.  1967-68: VMA-121.  1968: VMA-211.  1968: VMA-121.  1968-70: VMA-223.  1970: VMA-211.
					1970-73: VMA-311 as WL-16.  1973-74: VMAT-102 as SC-1.  1975: VMAT-102 as SC-2.  1975-87: VMA-124.
					1987-89: VC-13  1989-90: VT-7 as A-703   11/1991: Struck off charge at Herlong, FL
					Noted dismantled with Black Shadow Aviation, Herlong Airport, Florida in Nov 1991
				150050 (MSN 13103) 1967: NATC.  Converted to YA-4F.  7/30/1973: Struck off charge
				150051 (MSN 13104) 1963-64: VMA-331.  1964: H&MS-31.  1964-65: H&MS-32.  1965-66: VA-12 as AB-408.
					(VA-12 attached to USS Franklin D Roosevelt (CVA-42)) collided in midair with A-4E 150048 over 
					Gulf of Tonkin Nov 12, 1966.  Both pilots killed.
				150052 (MSN 13105) 1963-64: VMA-331.  1964-66: VMA-324.  1966: VMA-331.  1966-67: VA-212.  1967: VA-163 as AH-313
					(VA-163 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) shot down by SAM over Hai Duong Province, North Vietnam 
					Aug 4, 1967.  Pilot ejected but was either killed or was captured and died in captivity.
				150053 (MSN 13106) 1963: VMA-311 as WL-6.  1964-65: VMA-311.  1965: VMA-121.  1965: VMA-211.
					1966: VMA-211 as CF-6.  1966: VMA-224.  1967: VMA-121.  1967-68: VMA-311 as WL-2
					(VMA-311) hit by small arms fire over South Vietnam and pilot ejected over Khe Sanh base and survived Jan 23, 1968
				150054 (MSN 13107) 1963-65: VMA-311 as WL-7.  1965: VMA-121.  1965: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-224	
					(VMA-224) shot down by small arms fire over Quang Nam Province, SVN Sep 20, 1966.  Pilot KIA
				150055 (MSN 13108) 1963-64: VMA-311.  1964-65: VMA-223.   1965: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-224.  1966-67: VA-155.
					1967: VA-212.  1967: VA-195 as NM-5xx.  11/17/1967: Written off
				150056 (MSN 13109)  1963-64: VMA-311.    1964-65: VMA-223.  1965: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-224.  1967: VA-153.
					1967: VA-195.  1967-68: VA-164 as AH-4xx.  1968: VA-125.   1968-69: VA-195.  1969-71: VMA-324 as DX-7.
					1971-72: VMA-331.  1972-76: VC-1 as UA-04.  1976-77: VC-1 as UA-06.  1977: VC-1 as UA-04.  1977: VC-5 as UE-14.
					1978-83: VC-5.  1984: VC-5 as UE-04.  (VC-5) crashed into sea near NAS Cubi Point, Philippines
					Jun 8, 1984 during air combat maneuvering.  Pilot ejected safely
				150057 (MSN 13110) (VA-153) 1963: VMA-311 as WL-9.  1964-65: VMA-311.  1965: VMA-223.  1965: VMA-211.
					1966: VMA-211 as CF-8.  1966: VMA-311 as WL-9.  1966: VMA-224.  1967: VA-153.  1967: VA-212.
					1967-68: VA-153 as NL-312..  
					Damaged by SAM over North Vietnam Jan 25, 1968.  Pilot ejected over Gulf of Tonkin and was recovered.
					Also listed as being with VMA-211 and shot down by small arms fire S of Da Nang Jan 29, 1968.
					Pilot KIA.
				150058 (MSN 13111) 1963-64: VA-23 as NE-3xx  1964-65: VMA-223.  1965-66: VMA-211 as CF-10.  1966: VMA-224.
					1966-68: VA-155 as NL-506.  1968: VA-125.  1968-70: VA-195 as NM-5xx.  1970-73: VMAT-102.  1973-83: VMA-322 as QR-53.
					1983-86: VMA-124 NAS Memphis, TN.  To MASDC as 3A0535 Aug 22, 1986.   To NARF Norfolk, VA May 29, 1987.  Returned to service
					7/1987: Struck off charge at NAS Norfolk, VA.  Seen on static display at Nauticus maritime museum, Norfolk, VA.
				150059 (MSN 13112) 1963-64: VMA-331.  1964-65: VMA-324.  1965-67: VA-12.  1967: VA-155 as NL-501.
					(VA-155 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) shot down by SA-2 near Phuc Yen/Nguyen, North Vietnam Oct 26, 1967.  
					Pilot ejected and became POW.
				150060 (MSN 13113) 1963-64: VMA-331.  1964: H&MS-31.  1964-65: H&MS-32.  1965-66: VMA-331.  1966-67: VA-44.  1967-68: VA-212.
					1968: VA-125.  1968: VA-776.  1968-70: VA-195 as NM-500.  1970-72: VMAT-102 as SC-10.  8/31/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.
					8/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF
				150061 (MSN 13114) 1963-64: VMA-331.  1964: VMA-324.  1965: VMA-331.  1964-65: VMA-324. 1966: H&MS-31.  1966-67: VMA-331.
					1967: VA-46  1967: VA-163 as AH-310.  1968-69: VA-163.  1969: VA-44.  2/13/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL
				150062 (MSN 13115) 1963-65: VMA-311.  1965-66: VMA-211 as CF-18.  1966: VMA-224.  1966-68: VA-155 as NL-502.
					1968: VA-125.  1968-69: VA-195.  1969-70: VMA-311 as WL-26
					(VMA-311) shot down by small arms fire near Ben Het/Dak To, South Vietnam Jun 7, 1970.  
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150063 (MSN 13116) 1963-64: VMA-331.  1964-66: VMA-324.  1966: H&MS-31.  1966: VMA-332.  1966-67: VMA-331.
					1967: VA-46.  1967-68: VA-125.  1968: VMA-211.
					(VMA-211) shot down by small arms fire over South Vietnam Apr 19, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150064 (MSN 13117) 1963-64: VMA-331.  1964-66: VMA-324.  1966: H&MS-31.  1966-67: VMA-331.    1967: VA-46 as AA-405'
					.Destroyed in fire aboard USS Forrestal CVA-59 in Gulf of Tonkin Jul 29, 1967.
				150065 (MSN 13118) 1963-64: VMA-331.  1964-65: VMA-324.  1965-66: VA-12.  1966-67: VMA-331.  1967: VA-46 as AA-xxx.
					1967-68: VA-125.  1968-70: VA-195.  1970-72: VMAT-102.  9/27/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.
					9/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF
				150066 (MSN 13119) 1963-64: VMA-331.  1964: H&MS-31.   1964: H&MS-32.  1964-65: H&MS-31.  1965: VMA-331.
					1966: VMA-331 as VL-9.  1966-68: VA-44.  1968: VA-125.  1968-70: VA-195 as NM-507.  1970-72: VMAT-102.
					8/29/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL  8/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF
				150067 (MSN 13120) 1963-64: VA-125.  1964-65: VA-155 as NL-507.  
					(VA-155 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) hit by small arms fire over North Vietnam Aug 12, 1965.  
					Pilot flew out to sea and back to carrier, but was unable to land and ejected and was rescued.
				150068 (MSN 13121) 1963-64: VMA-331.  1964-65: VMA-324.  1965-67: VMA-331.  1967: VA-46 as AA-407.
					(VA-46) destroyed in fire aboard USS Forrestal CVA-59 Jul 29, 1967.
				150069 (MSN 13122) 1963-64: VA-81 as AJ-403.  1964: VA-72 as AG-3xx.   1964-65: VA-43.  1965: VA-44.
					8/28/1965: Crashed near Great Bend/Wichita, KS due to engine failure.
				150070 (MSN 13123) 1964-65: VA-43.  1965-67: VA-44.  1967: VA-81.  1967: VA-106 as AA-321.  1967-69: VMA-311 as WL-4.
					1970: VMA-211.  1972: VMA-211 as CF-17.  1973-74: VMA-311 as WL-3.
					Mar 8, 1974: Crashed into the sea near Naha AB, Okinawa
				150071 (MSN 13124) 1963-65: VA-125.  1965: VA-155 as NL-510.  1965: VA-163 as AH-343
					(VA-163 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) damaged by AAA in attack on SAM sites in 
					North Vietnam Nov 7, 1965.  Pilot LCdr Charles Wack flew out to sea and was 
					forced to eject from aircraft after it caught fire.  He was successfully recovered by USAF HU-16
				150072 (MSN 13125) 1963-65: VA-155 as NL-501.   1965: VA-155 as NL-514.  1965-66: VA-163 as AH-312.
					(VA-163 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) collided with another aircraft in accident Oct 24, 1966.  
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.  Other aircraft type unknown.
				150073 (MSN 13126) 1963-65: VA-125.  1965: VA-155 as NL-506.  1965-66: VA-163 as AH-4xx.
					1966-67: VA-125.   1967-68: VA-163.  1968: VA-125.  1968-69: VA-195.  1969-70: VMA-223.
					1970-71: VMA-214.  1971-72: VMAT-102 as SC-4.  1973-74: VMAT-102.  1974-77: VMA-322 as QR-54.
					1978-81: VMA-322.  1982: VMGR-322 as QR-54.  1983: VMA-322.  1983-88: VC-13 as UX-20.
					1988: VF-126 as NJ-631.  1989-91: VF-126.
					(VF-126) suffered engine failure Oct 2, 1991 offshore of San Diego.  Pilot killed when chute failed after 
					ejection.
				150074 (MSN 13127) 1963-65: VA-155.  1965-68: VA-125 as NJ-504.  1968-69: VMA-211
					(VMA-121) hit by AAA over North Vietnam Aug 1, 1969.  Pilot flew out to sea and ejected and was rescued
					by helicopter.
				150075 (MSN 13128) 1963-65: VA-155 as NL-503   (VA-155 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) shot down by ground
					fire over North Vietnam Feb 7, 1965: and rashed into the sea off Dong Hoi.  Pilot KIA.
				150076 (MSN 13129) ordered as A4D-5 but designation changed to A-4E before it was taken on strength with the Navy on 
					Aug 30, 1963. The plane was first assigned to Attack Squadron 43 (VA-43) at NAS Oceana, VA.  
					In 1964 it was assigned to VA-72, also at Oceana, but later that year it was back with VA-43.  
					In 1965 it was assigned to V-44 at NAS Cecil Field, FL, but then later that year it was back 
					at Oceana with VA-81 until 1966 when it was sent back to VA-44. In 1967 the plane was again 
					back with VA-81. During these years the plane was deployed on the carriers USS Independence, 
					Forrestal CVA-59 and Shangri La CVA-38  Later in 1967 it was transferred to VA-195 at NAS Lemoore, CA, 
					until December that year when it was transferred to VA-94 at Lemoore. In 1968 it deployed 
					aboard USS Bon Homme Richard CVA-31 for combat in Vietnam.  Back in the USA in 1969, the plane was 
					then reassigned to VA-195 and deployed aboard USS Oriskany for another combat tour in Vietnam.  
					In December 1970, while in Vietnam, the plane was assigned to Marine Attack Squadron 211 (VMA-211) 
					of MCAS Yuma, AZ, which was deployed in Vietnam. In 1971 VMA-211 was deployed to MCAS Naha, 
					Okinawa for a break before being sent back to Vietnam later in the year, this time basing 
					out of Bien Hoa. In 1973 the plane was sent back to the USA and assigned to Marine Attack 
					Training Squadron 102 (VMAT-102) at MCAS Yuma.  The year 1975 saw the plane transferred 
					to VMA-124 of the Marine Reserves at NAS Memphis, TN.  It was in Memphis until 1985 when 
					it was transferred to Fighter Attack Squadron 127 (VFA-127) at NAS Fallon, NV. The plane 
					stayed there until early 1990 when it was flown to the Naval Aviation Museum at NAS Pensacola.  Put
					on display marked as 154180.  Although now marked as a Blue Angel, this plane never flew with them.
				150077 (MSN 13130) 1963-64: VA-155 as NL-504.   Crashed 20 Feb 1964 on Rainbow Ridge near June Lake, CA
				150078 (MSN 13131) 1963-65: VA-155 as NL-505.  (VA-155 attached to USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)) hit by AAA Bach Long Vi Island, 70 mi offshore from 
					Haiphong, North Vietnam Mar 29, 1965.  Pilot flew out to sea and ejected and was rescued by 
					US Navy submarine USS Charr.
				150079 (MSN 13132) 1963-65: VA-155.  1965-66: VA-125.  1966: VA-212.  1966: VA-163 as AH-3xx.
					(VA-163 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) suffered electrical failure off coast of North Vietnam in 
					Gulf of Tonkin Aug 27, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150080 (MSN 13133) 1963-64: VA-125.  1964: VX-5 as XE-23.  1964-67: VX-5 as XE-3.  1967-69: VA-125.
					1969: VMA-311 as WL-23.  .(VMA-311) veered off runway at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam after blown tire on takeoff Dec 6, 1969.  
					Pilot OK but aircraft DBR.
				150081 (MSN 13134) 1963-64: H&MS-32.  1964: VMA-324.  1964-66: VMA-331.  1966: VMA-332.  1966-70: VMA-331 as VL-313.
					5/21/1970: Crashed into the sea after a bad launch off USS Independence CVA-62
				150082 (MSN 13135) 1963-64: H&MS-32.  1964-67: VMA-324.  1967-70: VMA-331 as VL-10.  1970: H&MS-31.
					1970-72: VF-126.  1972-73: Fighter Weapons School as 0 and maybe 7.  10/24/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.
					10/1973: Transferred to the Israeli AF as 890.   Sent to be a target on a bombing range in the Negev Desert
				150083 (MSN 13136) 1964-66: VA-212 as NP-2xx.  1966-67: VA-163 as AH-305.  1967-68: VA-153 as NL-311.
					1968: VA-125.  1968-70: VA-195 as NM-5xx.  1970-74: VMAT-102.  1974-77: VMA-322 as QR-55.
					(VMA-322) landed short of runway Mar 25, 1977 at NAS South Weymouth in snow fog.  Pilot uninjured
				150084 (MSN 13137) 1963-64: H&MS-32.  1964: VMA-324.  1964-66: VMA-331.  1966: VF-33.   1966-67: VMA-331.  1967: VA-46 as AA-410.
					(VA-46) destroyed in fire aboard USS Forrestal CVA-59 in Gulf of Tonkin Jul 29, 1967.
				150085 (MSN 13138) 1964-66: VA-212.  1966-67: VA-12.  1967: VA-153.   1967: VA-195.  1967-68: VA-153.
					1968: VA-125.  1969: VMA-311.  1970-71: VMA-311 as WL-16.  1971: VMA-211.
					(VMA-311 based at Iwakuni, Japan) pilot ejected for unknown reason and plane crashed in Japan's
					Inland Sea Aug 10, 1971.  Pilot rescued by Japanese fishing boat.
				150086 (MSN 13139) 1964-66: VA-55.  1966-67: VA-125.   1967: VA-163 as AH-315.  (VA-163 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) 	
					shot down by ground fire near Phuc Yen Airbase, North Vietnam Oct 25, 1967.  Pilot MIA.
				150087 (MSN 13140) 1964-66: VA-55.  1967: VA-23.  1967: VA-144.  1968-69: VA-163.  1969-71: VA-152 as AJ-506.  1971-73: VMAT-102.
					10/21/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.  10/1973: Transferred to the Israeli AF.
					1985: Sold to the Indonesian AF as TT-0434   12 Squadron, at Pekanbaru AB.  Jan 3, 1992: Crashed
				150088 (MSN 13141) 1964-65: VA-56.  1965-66: VA-55 as NK-413.  1966: VMA-311.
					(VMA-311) suffered takeoff accident at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam Nov 12, 1966.  Pilot killed.
				150089 (MSN 13142) 1963-64: H&MS-32.  1964: VMA-324.  1964: VMA-331.  1965-66: VMA-331 as AJ-5xx.  1966-67: VA-106.
					1967: VA-44.   1967: VA-81.  1967-68: VA-106.  1968: VA-125.  1968: VMA-121.  1968: VMA-223.
					1969: VMA-223 as WP-9.  1970: VMA-223.  1970: VMA-214.   Sep 8, 1970: Crashed in Lucerne Valley/Big Bear, CA
				150090 (MSN 13143) 1963-64: H&MS-32.  1964-67: VMA-324 as DX-1.  1967-70: VMA-331 as VL-2.  1970: H&MS-31.
					1970-72: VF-126.  1972: Fighter Weapons School as 5.   10/28/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.
					10/1973: Transferred to the Israeli AF
				150091 (MSN 13144) 1964-66: VA-212 as NP-203.  1967: VA-23 as NE-3xx.  1967-68: VA-144 as NH-314.  1968: VMA-121.
					1968-69: VA-106 as AK-217.  1969-70: VMA-311 as WL-16.  1970-71: VA-152 as AJ-502.  1971-72: VMAT-102.
					1972-73: VA-45 as AU-611.  1973: VC-2.  10/21/1973: Struck off charge at NARF 
				150092 (MSN 13145) 1964-65: VA-212 as NP-224.  1965-68: VA-125.  1968: VMA-121 as VK-10.  1968: VMA-223.
					1969: VA-125.  1969-70: NARF Alameda, CA.   1970-72: VMA-331.  8/23/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL
					To Israel AF in 1973 as 885.  In 2010 was on display outside IAF Museum, Hatzerim Air Force Base,
					Beersheba, Israel.
				150093 (MSN 13146)  1964: VA-86.  1964-65: VMA-332.  1965-66: VMA-324.  8/15/1966: Caught fire and  crashed into the sea
				150094 (MSN 13147) 1963-65: VA-155.  1965-68: VA-125.  1968: VMA-121 as VK-3.
					(VMA-211) shot down by small arms fire near Phuoc An/Tam Ky, South Vietnam Sep 26, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
				150095 (MSN 13148) 1964: H&MS-32. 1964: VMA-324 as UX-14.  1964: VMA-331 as AJ-506.  1965-66: VMA-331.  1966-67: VMA-324 as AG-302.
					1967-70: VMA-331.  1970-71: VMA-324.  1971: VC-2 as JE-1.  1971: H&MS-13.  1971-73: VMA-223  1973: VMAT-102.
					10/23/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.  Transferred to the Israeli AF.  Assigned as a ground trainer to Tel Aviv AB.
				150096 (MSN 13149) 1964-67: VMA-324.  1967: VMA-331.  8/18/1967: Crashed near Rustin, MS.
				150097 (MSN 13150) 1963-65: VA-155.  1965-66: VA-212.  1966-67: VA-164.  1967: VA-163 as AH-312
					(VA-163 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) hit by AAA over North Vietnam Jul 20, 1967.  Pilot
					Lt. R. W. Kuhl flew 45 mi S of Hon Gay where he ejected and was recovered.
				150098 (MSN 13151) This aircraft was ordered as an A4D-2N, but by the time it was built it had been redesignated A-4C. 
					It first served with Attack Squadron 76 (VA-76) out of NAS Oceana, VA, then in 1964 to VA-34 
					at NAS Cecil Field, FL, before spending from the fall of 1966 to the summer of 1967 with VA-113 
					of NAS Lemoore, CA, on the USS Enterprise deployed for combat in Vietnam. Upon returning to the US, 
					it was assigned to a Anti-Submarine Fighter Squadron 1 (VSF-1) at NAS Alameda, CA, before being 
					assigned to Fleet Composite Squadron 7 (VC-7) at NAS Miramar, CA. In December 1969 it was 
					converted to A-4L for use in the Naval Reserve. Off it went to the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit 
					at NAS Jacksonville in 1970 for a short time, then to VA-203 at Cecil Field. During 1970 
					it took a short stint at the Flight Test School at NAS Patuxent River, MD, before returning 
					to VA-203. In 1971 the plane was assigned to Marine Attack Squadron 142 (VMA-142) at
					 NAS Jacksonville until 1976 when it went to VA-204 at NAS Memphis, TN, where it was stricken 
					off charge on 1/4/78. By October 1992 it was at Olathe (it probably was used for a while as 
					a ground instruction trainer at Memphis). It is marked as a Marine A-4M.
				150099 (MSN 13152) *VMA-331.  1963-64: VMA-311.  Caught fire and crasbed 25 Jun 1964 near 29 Palms, CA
				150100 (MSN 13153) 1964-65: VA-43.  1965-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-106.  1967: VA-44.  1967: VA-81.  1967: VA-106 as AA-319.
					1967-68: VMA-311. .(VMA-311) shot down by small arms fire Phu Loc 2 mi NNW of Da Nang, South Vietnam Sep 2, 1968. 
					Pilot ejected and was rescued by helicopter.
				150101 (MSN 13154) 1963-65: VMA-311.  1965: H&MS-15.  1965: VMA-211.  1966: VMA-224.
					(VMA-224) hit by ground fire while attacking a bridge near Xuan Noa, North Vietnam and crashed 10 mi
					offshore Jul 21, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by Marine helicopter.
				150102 (MSN 13155) 1963-65: VMA-311.  1965: H&MS-33.  1965: VMA-211.  1965-66: VMA-223.  1966: VMA-224.
					1966-67: VA-155.  1967: VA-163 as AH-3xx.
					(VA-163) crashed into sea after bad launch from USS Oriskany CVA-34 Jul 12, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150103 (MSN 13156) 1963-64: VMA-311.  1964-65: VMA-223.   2/17/1965: Crashed near Idyllwild, CA. Pilot was killed
				150104 (MSN 13157) 1963-65: VMA-311.  1965: VMA-121.  1965-66: VMA-223.  1966-67: VMA-121.  1967: VMA-311.  1967: VMA-223.
					1967-68: VMA-211.
					(VMA-211) shot down by small arms fire near Hoi An, 10 mi SE of Da Nang, South Vietnam Feb 25, 1968.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued by helicopter.
				150105 (MSN 13158) 1963-65: VMA-311.  1965: VMA-223.  1966-67: VMA-121.  1967: VMA-311 as WL-1.  1967-69: VMA-311 as WL-19.
					1971: VMA-311.  1972: VMA-311 as WL-1.  1973-74: VMA-311.  1975-79: VMA-322 as QR-60.  1980-83: VMA-322.
					1983-85: VMA-124.  1986: VMA-124 as QP-14.  1987: VMA-124.  1987-88: VT-7 as A-702.
					4/1991: Struck off charge at MCAS Cherry Point, NC
				150106 (MSN 13159) 1963-64: VMA-311.  1964: VMA-223.  1965: VMA-223 as WP-16.  1966: VMA-223.  1966-67: VMA-121
					(VMA-121) shot down by small arms fire near Ha Tan near Da Nang, South Vietnam Jan 14, 1967.  
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150107 (MSN 13160) 1963-65: VMA-311.  1965: VMA-121.   1965-66: VMA-223.  1966-67: VMA-121.  1967-68: VMA-311.
					1969: VMA-311 as WL-18.  (VMA-311) destroyed by fire following aborted takeoff Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam Oct 17, 1969
				150108 (MSN 13161) 1963-64: VMA-311.  Nov 3, 1964: Crashed near Yuma, AZ
				150109 (MSN 13162) 1963-64: VA-43.  1965: VA-81 as AJ-404. 1966: VA-81.  1966-67: VA-125.  Sep 7, 1967: Written off
				150110 (MSN 13163) 1963-64: VMA-331.  1964-65: VMA-324.  1966-67: VMA-324 as AG-304.  1967-70: VMA-331 as VL-316.
					1970-71: VMA-324.  1971-72: H&MS-13.  1972-73: VMA-223 as WP-11.  1974: VMA-223.  1974-75: VMAT-102.
					1975-78: VMA-124 as QP-6.  1979-87: VMA-124.  1987: VF-126 as NJ-635.  1988: VF-126 as NJ-626.  1989-90: VF-126.
					1990: OPS Key West, FL  10/1994: Put into storage in Herlong, FL.
				150111 (MSN 13164) 1963-64: VMA-331.  1964-65: VMA-324.  1965-66: VA-12.  1966-67: VMA-324.  1967: VA-46 as AC-411.
					1967: VA-46 as AA-411.  1967-68: VMA-311 as WL-3  (VMA-311) destroyed in accident when jumped chocks and ran 
					into building at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam Nov 27, 1968.
				150112 (MSN 13165) 1963-64: VA-43.  1964: VA-86.  1964-65: VMA-332.  1965-67: VA-44.
					1/26/1967: Crashed into the sea while attempting to land on USS Lexington.CVA-16
				150113 (MSN 13166) 1963-64: VA-43.  1964: VA-86.  1964-65: VMA-332.  1965: VA-44.  7/20/1965: Crashed near MCAS Yuma, AZ.
				150114 (MSN 13167) 1963-64: H&MS-32.  1964: VMA-324.  1964-65: VMA-331 as AJ-507.  1965: VMA-331.
					8/25/1965: Crashed into the sea off Salerno, FL due to engine failure
				150115 .(MSN 13168)  1963-64: VMA-331.  1964-65: VMA-331 as AJ-512.  1967: VA-46 as AA-412 
					(VA-46) destroyed in fire aboard USS Forrestal CVA-59 in Gulf of TonkinJul 29, 1967.
				150116 (MSN 13169) 1963-64: VA-43.  1964: VA-86.  1964-65: VMA-332.  1965: VA-44.  1965-66: VA-81.  1966: VA-212.
					1966-67: VA-163 as AH-306.
					(VA-163) shot down by ground fire over the Cua Cam River near Haiphong, North Vietnam Oct 22, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				150117 (MSN 13170) 1963-64: VA-43.  1964: NATC RTD&E.  1964: VA-43.  1964-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-72 as AB-503.
					1967: VA-44.  1967: VA-81 as AJ-4xx.  1967-69: VA-94 as NF-4xx.  1969: VA-125.  1969-70: VA-152 as AJ-505.
					(VA-152) experienced brake failure during landing and rolled into port catwalk Jul 2, 1970.
					Pilot ejected safely and was recovered.   1970-71: FS FAWPRA NAS Atsugi, Japan.  1971-72: VMAT-102.
					11/22/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.  11/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF	
				150118 (MSN 13171) 1963-64: VMA-331 as VL-10.  1966: H&MS-31.  1966-67: VMA-331.  1967: VA-46 as AA-414.
					(VA-46) destroyed in fire aboard USS Forrestal CVA-59 in Gulf of Tonkin Jul 29, 1967.
				150119 (MSN 13172) 1963-65: VA-155.   1965-67: VA-125.  1967-68: VA-155  1968: VA-125.  1968: HAMRON-12.  1968-69: VMA-311.
					(VMA-311) shot down by ground fire 16 mi NW of Da Nang, South Vietnam May 23, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150120 (MSN 13173) 1963-65: VA-43.  1965-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-12 as AB-411.  1967: VA-44.  1967: VA-81.
					1967: VA-106.  1967-68: VMA-121.  1968-70: VMA-223.  1970: VMA-214 as WE-12.  1970-72: VMAT-102.
					11/17/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.  11/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF.
					Sold to Indonesian AF in 1980 as TT-0410.  11 Squadron, at Hassanuddin AB.
					8/2004: Withdrawn from use.   Preserved at Ujang Pandang, Sulawesi.
				150121 (MSN 13174) 1963-65: VA-155.  1965: VA-125.  1965-66: VA-55 as NK-404.  1966-67: VA-12.  1967: VA-23.
					1967-68: VA-144 as NH-303 and NH-313.  1968-69: VA-125.  1969-70: VMA-223 as WP-24.  1970: VMA-211 as CF-12.
					1972: VMA-211.  1976-78: VC-2.  To MASDC as 3A0523 Jan 17, 1978.  To NARF Pensacola, FL Jul 6, 1980.  
					Returned to service.  1980-85: VMA-131 as QG-10.  1985-89: VC-12.  1989: VC-5 as UE-00.
					1990-92: VC-5.  1992: Struck off charge.  Currently preserved at NAS Pensacola, FL.
				150122 (MSN 13175) 1964: VA-212 as NP-225.  1965-66: VA-212.  1966-67: VA-93.  1967: VMA-211
					(VMA-211) hit by ground fire over South Vietnam Aug 14, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by helicopter.
				150123 (MSN 13176) 1964-65: VMA-324.  1966-67: VMA-324 as AG-307.  1967-70: VMA-331 as VL-18.  1970: H&MS-31.
					1970: RVAH-3. 1971: VF-101.   8/31/1971: Crashed on a flight from NAS Key West, FL. 
				150124 (MSN 13177) 1963-66: VA-155 as NL-511.  1966: VA-155 as NL-503.  1967: VMA-211 as CF-8.  1967-71: VMA-311.
					1971: VMA-211.  1972: VMA-311 as WL-5.  1972-73: VMAT-102.  10/23/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.
					10/1973: Transferred to the Israeli AF as 889.  Sent to be a target on a bombing range in the Negev Desert.
				150125 (MSN 13178) 1964-65: VA-43.  1965-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-12.  1967: VA-44.  1967: VA-81 as AJ-402.  1967: VA-106.
					1967-68: VA-125.  1968-69: VA-94.   1969: VA-125.  1969-71: VA-152 as AJ-504.  1971-72: VMAT-102.
					9/29/1972: Struck off charge at NARF Pensacola, FL.  9/1972: Transferred to the Israeli AF.
					1980: Sold to the Indonesian AF as TT-0411.  11 Squadron.  8/2004: Withdrawn from use.  Stored at Hasanuddin AB.
				150126 (MSN 13179) 1963-64: VA-155 as NL-5xx.
					Crashed 13 Apr 1964 in southern California after a collision with another A-4E.
				150127 (MSN 13180) 1963-64: H&MS-32.  1964: VA-81.  1964-66: VMA-331.  1966: VA-106.  1967: VA-44.  1967: VA-81.
					1967: VA-106 as AA-318.  1967-69: VMA-311.  1969: VMA-211.  1970: VMA-211 as CF-09.  1970-71: VA-152 as AJ-xxx.
					1971-73: VMAT-102.  1973: VMA-322.  10/30/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.
					1973: Transferred to the Israeli AF as 895.   Assigned as ground trainer to Tel Aviv AB.  Put into storage at Ovda AB.
				150128 (MSN 13181) 1964: VA-212 as NP-226.  1964: VMA-324.   1965: VA-81.  VA-44.  1966: VA-212 as NP-226
					(VA-212 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) suffered engine faiure over Gulf of Tonkin Mar 24, 1966.  
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150129 (MSN 13182) 1964-65: VA-43.  1965-66: VA-44.  1966: VA-72 as AB-509.  1966-67: VA-72 as AB-507.
					1967: VA-46 as AA-417.  Destroyed in fire aboard USS Forrestal CVA-59 in Gulf of Tonkin Jul 29, 1967.
				150130 (MSN 13183) 1964: VA-212 as NP-207.   1964-65: VA-212 as NP-227.
					(VA-212 attached to USS Hancock (CVA-19)) hit by ground fire over North Vietnam Mar 26, 1965.  
					Pilot coaxed the plane out to sea where he ejected 10 mi offshore and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				150131 (MSN 13184) 1964: VA-212 as NP-208.  1964-65: VA-212 as NP-2xx.  1965-66: VA-23.  1966-68: VA-163 as AH-303.
					(VA-163 attached to USS Oriskany (CVA-34)) either hit by ground fire over North Vietnam 
					or flew into the ground Jan 5, 1968. Pilot KIA.
				150132 (MSN 13185) 1964-66: VA-212 as NP-209.  1966-67: VA-155 as NL-5xx.  1967: VA-163 as AH-300.  1968-74: VMA-211 as CF-5.
					1975-83: VMA-322.Active in November 1979 with Marine Attack Squadron VMA-322 coded QR-58.
					1983-87: VMA-124.  1987-89: VC-12.  1989-90: VF-43.  1990: Struck off charge.  Currently preserved in Fentress, VA
				150133 (MSN 13186) 1964: VA-212 as NP-xxx.  W/o Jun 24, 1964   Location ?
				150134 (MSN 13187) 1964-65: VA-212.  1965-66: VA-23.  1966-67: VA-163 as AH-300.  1967: VA-144.  1968-69: VA-125.
					1969-70: VA-152.  1970-72: VMAT-102 as SC-1.   1972-73: VA-45 as AU-612.  1973: VF-43.
					10/21/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.  10/1973: Transferred to the Israeli AF.
				150135 (MSN 13188) 1965-66: VA-72.   1974-75: VMA-322 as QR-00.
					(VMF-322) crashed Dec 7, 1975 in wooded area near Colebrook, NH.   Pilot ejected safely.
				150136 (MSN 13189) 1964: VA-44. 1964-65: VA-43.  1965-66: VA-44.  1966-67: VA-125.
					7/29/1967: Hit high tension wires and crashed in Choctaw County, OK. 
				150137 (MSN 13190) 1964: VA-212 as NP-212.  1964-65: VA-212 as NP-232.1966: VA-163 as AH-3xx.  Apr 11, 1966: Written off
				150138 (MSN 13191) 1964: H&MS-32.  1964: VMA-324.   1964: VMA-331.  1965-66: VMA-331 as AJ-5xx.
					1966: VA-93.  1966-67: VMA-324 as AG-3xx.  1967: VMA-311.  1967-71: VMA-331.  1971: VMA-324.  1971-72: H&MS-13.
					1972: VMA-223.  1972-73: VMAT-102.  10/30/1973: Struck off charge at NARF Norfolk, VA.  10/1973: Transferred to the Israeli AF