US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (150139 to 156169)


Last revised October 2, 2014


150139/150186		Kaman UH-2B Seasprite
				c/n 89/136
				150140 (c/n 90, SH-2F) to AMARC as 8H0018 Oct 30, 1992.
				150141 (c/n 91, SH-2F) to AMARC as 8H0015 Aug 24, 1992.
				150142 (c/n 92, SH-2F, HSL 33) crashed into Pacific Ocean while on approach to USS Sterrett CG 31 Mar 11, 1977.
					One killed.
				150143 (c/n 93, SH-2F) to AMARC as 8H0019 Nov 12, 1992
				150144 (c/n 94) w/o 2/21/1969
				150146 (c/n 96, SH-2F) to AMARC as 8H0032 May 28, 1993. To instructional airframe as 0231G with RNZAF 
					Ground Training Wing (GTW), Engineering Training Flight, Woodbourne.
				150148 cockpit at Ferguson Apt, Pensacola, FL.  It had made a hard landing on USS
					Harkness off Somailia Apr 24, 1986 and rolled onto side.
				150150 (c/n 100, HSL-94) crashed off coast of Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
					returning from AUTEC May 14, 1990.  All killed.
				150152 (c/n 102, SH-2F) to AMARC as 8H0061 Jan 19, 1994.  To instructional airframe as 0232G with RNZAF 
					Ground Training Wing (GTW), Engineering Training Flight, Woodbourne.
				150153 (c/n 103) w/o 10/4/1967.
				150154 (c/n 104) to AMARC as 8H0045.  Modified to SH-2F by US Navy.  To RNZAF Dec 1997 as NZ3444. Did not fly in 
					New Zealand but cannibalised for spares. Airframe destined for display in RNZAF Museum
				150155 (c/n 105) to AMARC as 8H0003.  In storage at PNAS, FL N8062J
				150156 (c/n 106) to Royal Australian Navy as N29-150156.
					Following cancellation of contract Mar 20, 2008 is to be returned
					to Kaman.  Was N319AK.  Registered N201KM Mar 27, 2014.  For Royal New Zealand Navy
				150157 (c/n 107) on hold for San Diego Carrier Museum.  Now
					in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.  Became an
					exhibit at USS Midway Museum Sep 28, 2004
				150160 (c/n 110) to AMARC as 8H0071 Feb 17, 1994.  To Royal Australian Navy
					as N29-150160.  Following cancellation of contract Mar 20, 
					2008 is to be returned to Kaman.  Registered as N654KM Mar 27, 2014.  For Royal New Zealand Navy
				150162 (c/n 112) w/o 4/15/1966.
				150163 (c/n 113, SH-2F) to AMARC as 8H0044 Aug 19, 1993
				150164 (c/n 114) Cockpit on display at Ferguson Apt, Pensacola, FL   Air-Britain says that this
					helo crashed Nov 21, 1983.
				150165 (c/n 115, SH-2F) to AMARC as 8H0013 Aug 14, 1992
				150166 (c/n 116) to MASDC a 8H0002 Apr 12, 1978.  Returned to service.  With HSL-32 Det 7 ditched 
					following engine failure while operating from USS Truett Apr 11, 1984.
				150167 (c/n 117) to MASDC as 8H0001 Apr 7, 1978.  Returned to service.  Air-Britain
					says that aircraft crashed into Indian Ocean Mar 10, 1986 while operating from
					USS Fahrion with HX-240.
				150169 (c/n 119, SH-2F) to AMARC as 8H0053 Oct 20, 1993
				150171 (c/n 121) to AMARC as 8H0062 Jan 20, 1994.  To RNZAF Dec 1997 as NZ3443. Retired from service in 2001 and returned to 
					Kaman for use as spares to support the SH-2G contract.
				150173 (c/n 123, SH-2F) to AMARC as 8H0024 Mar 12, 1993.  To instructional airframe as 0233G with the RNZAF Ground 
					Training Wing (GTW) Woodbourne
				150174 (c/n 124, SH-2F) to AMARC as 8H0012 Jul 29, 1992
				150175 (c/n 125, SH-2F) to AMARC as 8H0063 Jan 24, 1994.   At USS New Jersey, Camden, NJ in 2008, marked as 150141
				150178 (c/n 128, SH-2F) to AMARC as 8H0054 Dec 9, 1993
				150179 (c/n 129, SH-2F) to AMARC as 8H0022 Dec 9, 1992
				150181 (c/n 131) in storage at PNAS, FL as N8064F.  IN Apr 2005 was at Mobile, AL on loan fron NMNA
				150183 (c/n 133) w/o 10/26/1966.
				150185 (c/n 135) on display at Museum of Alaska Transport and Industry
150187/150190		Douglas R4D-6
				Transferred from USAF.  Redesignated C-47J in 1962
				150187 ex USAF 43-48393 accepted by Navy Mar 15, 1961.   Navsta Keflavik, SOC Aug 13, 1969.  Derelict in Iceland.
					Official report says that 150187 crashed at Thorshofn, Iceland Jul 25, 1969.
				150188 ex USAF 43-16376.  In service at Keflavik by Jun 30, 1971.  At Navsta Keflavik until
					Jun 1973, stored Pensacola Jul 1973.
				150189 ex USAF 43-48951.  At Navsta Keflavik from Jun 1961.  SOC Aug 1, 1970
				150190 ex USAF 43-48957 (c/n 14773/26218.  At Navsta Keflavik from Jun 1961 until Apr 1973, in service at Keflavik by Aug 5, 1970.  
					Stored Pensacola Jun 1973.  Returned to USAF as 43-48957, now
					on loan to Niagra Falls, NY Heritage Park.
150191/150192		DeHavilland L-20A Beaver
				c/n 513/1289 and 514/1290.  Transferred from Army.
				150191 was ex-USAF 52-6127.  Used by NTPS as tug for X-26A
				150192 was ex-USAF 52-6128.  To MASDC as 2U0001 Apr 16, 1972.  Became N99830 (Hillsborough County Civil 
					Defense, FL), then C-GOER 
				A reference in Air Britain has 51-16561 as being transferred in this serial
					range.  Stephen Miller has this as being 150191, but this must be incorrect since
					150191 is still at NTPS in 2011.
150193/150194		Sikorsky HO4S-3
				Were USAF H-19Bs transferred to US Navy in July 1961 when control of MATS activities in Iceland were handed 
					over to USN.  Redesignated UH-19F in 1962.  
				150193 (c/n 55562) was former USAF 52-7504, transferred to US Navy Jul 1961.
				150194 (c/n 55641) was former USAF 52-7538, transferred to US Navy Jul 1961  
150195/150264		Sikorsky HUS-1 Seahorse
				Redesignated UH-34D in 1962.
				150195 (c/n 581510)
				150196 (c/n 581511) w/o Oct 17, 1965 in Southeast Asia.
				150197 (c/n 581517) w/o Oct 27, 1965 in Southeast Asia.
				150198 (c/n 581518) SOC Nov 1, 1971 NARF Pensacola
				150199 (c/n 581519) to civil registry as N698, N9VY
				150200 (c/n 581520) w/o Nov 21, 1964 in Southeast Asia
				150201 (c/n 581521)
				150202 (c/n 581522) SOC Apr 12, 1972.
				150203 (c/n 581530) SOC Apr 7, 1971.
				150204 (c/n 581531)
				150205 (c/n 581532) w/o Jan 11, 1965 in Southeast Asia.
				150206 (c/n 581533) SOC Feb 19, 1968.
				150207 (c/n 581534) SOC Dec 31, 1970.
				150208 (c/n 581535) SOC Sep 30, 1972.
				150209 (c/n 581540) SOC Nov 1, 1971 NARF Pensacola
				150210 (c/n 581541) SOC Sep 25, 1970 NAF Cam Rahn Bay
				150211 (c/n 581542) SOC Oct 18, 1973 NAS North Island
				150212 (c/n 581544) 
				150213 (c/n 581545) to MASDC Dec 23, 1970, renumbered 3H0221 May 31, 1973.
					Preserved at Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum, on loan to Buckley National
					Guard Base Collection.  Recently transferred to Cavanaugh Flight
					Museum, Addison, TX on loan
				150214 (c/n 581546) to Vietnam AF.   W/o Nov 26, 1970.
				150215 (c/n 581554) w/o May 27, 1970.
				150216 (c/n 581555) to civil registry as N4217Q
				150217 (c/n 581556) SOC Jan 14, 1972 NARF Alameda
				150218 (c/n 581558) to Royal Thai AF as H.4K-58/12
				150219 (c/n 581559) in storage at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA.  On loan to
					Jay W. Hubbard Aviation Museum, later to gate guard at Tustin MCAS, CA.   Noted back at
					Flying Leathernecks Aviation Museum Oct 2002.
				150220 (c/n 581560) assigned to VX-6, nam ed Gentle 5.  Crashed and decalred a loss in 1964, recovered by
					sailors from VX-6 and USS Stanen Island, repaired and returned to service.  Crashed into side of
					Mt McLennan, Antarctica Nov 19, 1969.  2 killed, helicopter was destroyed.
				150221 (c/n 581571) SOC Jul 25, 1970, Cam Ranh Bay
				150222 (c/n 581572) w/o Oct 2, 1968, Phu Bai
				150223 (c/n 581574) w/o Feb 25, 1970, NAF Cam Ranh Bay
				150224 (c/n 581579) w/o Mar 14, 1970, NAF Cam Ranh Bay
				150225 (c/n 581580) SOC Jun 6, 1972, NARF Pensacola
				150226 (c/n 581581) w/o Sep 19, 1968, Phu Bai
				150227 (c/n 581585) at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola FL.
				150228 (c/n 581586) damaged Nov 6, 1968 and w/o.
				150229 (c/n 581587)
				150230 (c/n 581591) w/o Jun 8, 1968.
				150231 (c/n 581592) w/o Oct 27, 1965 in Southeast Asia.
				150232 (c/n 581593) w/o Dec 2, 1968 Phu Bai
				150233 (c/n 581598) w/o May 14, 1966 in Southeast Asia.
				150234 (c/n 581599) lost at sea off Qui Hhon, Vietnam Nov 21, 1964.  2 killed.
				150235 (c/n 581600)
				150236 (c/n 581601) to Air America
				150237 (c/n 581603) to Air America.  Lost in Laos Dec 6, 1973.  The National Museum of Naval Aviation lists this 
						same a/c in their collection, stating they acquired it also in 1973
				150238 (c/n 581604) SOC Oct 23, 1970 NARF Alameda.
				150239 (c/n 581608)
				150240 (c/n 581609) to civil registry as N64778, then C-GWHM, then N922BR
				150241 (c/n 581610)
				150242 (c/n 581616) SOC Apr 22, 1970.
				150243 (c/n 581620) w/o Dec 23, 1967.
				150244 (c/n 581621) w/o Mar 3, 1967, Marble Mountain
				150245 (c/n 581622) SOC Apr 22, 1970.
				150246 (c/n 581628) SOC Nov 2, 1971.
				150247 (c/n 581629) to Vietnam AF, then to Indonesian AF.
				150248 (c/n 581633) to civil registry as N2252P.  Registration N2252P cancelled Jul 15, 2004 as scrapped
				150249 (c/n 581634)
				150250 (c/n 581635) to MASDC as 3H-0239 Dec 7, 1970.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				150251 (c/n 581643) w/o Oct 27, 1965 in Southeast Asia.
				150252 (c/n 581644) w/o Sep 6 1966.
				150253 (c/n 581645.  Damaged Apr 20, 1970, and w/o.
				150254 (c/n 581650) lost at sea.
				150255 (c/n 581651) to MASDC Jan 27, 1971, renumbered 3H0228 May 31, 1973.  In 2014 was on site at Wings and Rotors
					Air Museum at French Valley Airport, Murrieta, California.  Under restoration to flying status.
				150256 (c/n 581652) damaged Jun 5, 1968 and w/o.
				150257 (c/n 581659) to civil registry as N4391S, then OY-HAR, N2295W, PT-HJR.
				150258 (c/n 581660) w/o Jul 16 1968 Phu Bai, Vietnam.
				150259 (c/n 581661)
				150260 (c/n 581668) to civil registry as N4217Y.
				150261 (c/n 581669) SOC May 27, 1969 NARF Pensacola
				150262 (c/n 581670) SOC Jan 23, 1970 NARF Pensacola
				150263 (c/n 581674) SOC Apr 13, 1973, NAS North Island
				150264 (c/n 581675) w/o Nov 7, 1970, NAS Agana
150265/150278		Boeing-Vertol HRB-1 Sea Knight
				Redesignated CH-46A in 1962.
				150265 (c/n 2001) 
				150266 (c/n 2002) seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  To civil registry as N190CH, then P2-CHC, then N190CH, 
					then C-GHFY, then N190CH, then N-GHFY, then N190CH, and now C-GHFY.  Crashed Aug 20, 1983 in Shaver Lake, CA
					due to rotor shaft failure.  2 killed.  Was seen at Fox Field in Lancaster, CA in 2009, so it must have 
					been repaired.
				150267 (c/n 2003) seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  To civil registry as N191CH, then P2-CHD, then N191CH, 
					the P2-CHD, then N191CH
				c/n 2004 was static test airframe, no BuNo assigned.
				150268 (c/n 2005) with HMM-165, crashed into sea 23 mi E of Chu Lai, RVN during medevac mission May 1, 1967 .  
					Pilot, copilot, crew chief were rescued.  Gunner was killed.  Of 13 wounded on board, 6 were rescued, 7 were lilled..
				150269 (c/n 2006) with HMM-364 hit by ground fire and crashed 7 mi NW of An Hoa, South Vietnam Feb 7, 1969.  6 killed, one
					rescued.
				150270 (c/n 2007) with HMM-265 hit by automatic weapons fire and crashed 11 mi NW of Dong Ha, South Vietnam Jun 11, 1967.  All
					11 onboard killed.
				150271 (c/n 2008) redesignated HH-46A Sep 14, 1973.
				150272 (c/n 2009) with HMM-265 damaged by small arms fire Jan 14, 1967 but able to make it back to base.
					Washed out Jan 26, 1967 Marble Mountain Airfield, Quang Nam, RVN.
				150273 (c/n 2010) with HMM-262 washed out at Marble Mountain Airfield, Quang Tri, RVN Jul 25, 1967.
				150274 (c/n 2011) with HMM-265 hit by B-40 rocket-propelled grenade at Charlie Ridge, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam
					and crashed into the valley below Mar 17, 1968.   All crew survived and were rescued with 12 wounded that were
					on board.  3 were killed in the explosion and fire.
				150275 (c/n 2012) with HMM-165 washed out at Marble Mountain Airfield, Qhang Nam, South Vietnam Oct 9, 1968 due to excessive
					battle damage or excessive wear.
				150276 (c/n 2013) converted to CH-46E. SOC May 9, 2002.  Noted on dump at NAS North Island, CA January 2003
				150277 (c/n 2014) w/o Oct 19, 1969 MCAS Futenma
				150278 (c/n 2015) damaged Aug 14, 1968 with HMM-265 and washed out on USS Tripoli in South China Sea Aug 15, 1968.
150279/150283		Lockheed P2V-7S Neptune
				c/n 726-7282/7286
				150279 to MASDC May 14, 1977, SOC May 30, 1979.  Moved to NAS Barbers Point, Oahu, HI
					for display Jun 13, 1980.  On civil registry as N3767U.   Cancelled Dec 14, 2010.  C of R not issued. 
				150280 SOC at Memphis May 5, 1977.  To Argentine Navy as 0708/2-P-112.
					Seen on display at Argentine Naval Air Museum, Puerto
					Belgrano, Argentina.
				150281 to MASDC as 1P0408 Jul 30,1976, later to PA0012.  SOC Apr 1, 1982.  Later to civil registry as N281RR, now 
					with Neptune Aviation Services, Missoula, MT as N719AU.  In storage unconverted at Tucson, registration
					cancelled Jun 27, 2013
				150282 (c/n 726-7285) to MASDC May 15, 1977, as PA0003 May 2, 1980.  SOC Apr 30, 1979.  Later with Neptune 
					Aviation Services, Missoula, MT as N4235T, Air Tanker 09.
					Crashed after takeoff Sep 1, 2008 2 mi NW of Reno-Stead Airport, NV.  3 crew killed.
					Left jet engine was seen to be on fire, followed by the left
					wing being engulfed in flame.  Airplane entered a left wing down
					attitude before impacting terrain and bursting into flames.  Registration N4235T
					cancelled by FAA May 29, 2009.
				150283 was the only P2V-7 introducted as new into US Navy service
					under the new designation SP-2H.  Loaned to CIA for covert work straight
					from production line Sep 25, 1962 and returned to US Navy in
					1967.  To MASDC as 1P0421 Dec 9, 1977, later to PA0011.  Became NP02H.  To civil registry as N283RR. 
					To Neptune Aviation Services, Missoula, MT as N712AU.
					Reregistered N442NA Dec 12, 2007.  As Air Tanker 42, crashed Apr 25, 2009 in Oquirrh mountains in Utah between Tooele and
					Stockton while in transit.  3 killed.
150284/150355		Vought F8U-2NE Crusader
				Redesignated F-8E in 1962.
				150284 (F-8J) with VF-191, nose gear failed on landing on USS Oriskany and crashed
					into Gulf of Tonkin Oct 26, 1969.  Pilot survived.
				150285 (VMF(AW)-235) w/o Aug 31, 1964
				150286 (VMF(AW)-232) shot down by AAA over South Vietnam Jul 2, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150287 (VMF(AW)-232) w/o Aug 16, 1966.
				150288 (VFM(AW)-235) w/o Apr 12, 1964.
				150289 (VF-191, F-8J) hit carrier ramp and disintegrated on approach to USS Oriskany in Gulf of
					Tonkin Oct 6, 1970.  Pilot killed
				150292 (VF-124) crashed Nov 11, 1967. Pilot ejected safely.
				150294 (VF-211, F-8J) hit carrier ramp during landing on USS Nancock, Gulf of
					Tonkin Mar 16, 1971.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150297 at Gillespie Field, CA.
				150298 (VMF(AW)-323) on second segment of flight from MCAS El Toro to MCAS Kaneohe Bay following aerial refueling from
					GV-1 tanker engine flamed out Jun 19, 1963.  Ejection seat failed to work and pilot manually bailed out.
					Chute failed to fully deploy, and pilot hit the sea with streaming chute.  Injured pilot was unable to board
					several rafts dropped by rescue aircraft, but was finally recovered by minesweeper USS Embattle and was transfered to
					hospital ship.
				150299 (F-8J, VF-24) collided with RF-8G 146861 over USS Hancock Sep 5, 1972.
					Pilots of both planes ejected and were rescued by Navy helicopters.
				150300 (VF-162) hit by small arms fire Aug 18, 1966 15 mi NW of Vinh, Hghe An Province, NVN.  Plane was able to fly
					towards the coast until it became uncontrollable.  Pilot ejected safely and was rescued by helicopter 5 mi offshore
				150301 (VF-51) lost due to engine failure over Gulf of Tonkin May 1, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150302 (F-8J) to MASDC as FC0033 Sep 13, 1980.
				150303 (VF-211) shot down by AAA over NVN Jun 6, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150306 (VF-53) diverted to Da Nang because of low fuel but crashed into trees on landing Mar 12, 1968.
					Pilot ejected and survived.
				150307 (F-8E) to MASDC as 2F0305 Jul 14, 1975.
				150308 (VF-194) hit by AAA over NVN Nov 17, 1965 but made it out to the Gulf of Tonkin where the pilot was ejected
					and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				150310 (VF-162) shot down by SAM over Ha Tay Province 5 mi S of Hanoi, NVN Oct 26, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				150311 (VF-24, F-8J) shot down by SAM over Haiphong harbor, NVN May 24, 1972.
					Pilot ejected and became POW.
				150316 (VMF(WA)-232) damaged by AAA over SVN May 4, 1967.  Plane made it to South China Sea where pilot ejected and
					was rescued.
				150319 (VF-191) suffered engine fire over South China Sea Aug 5, 1964.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150320 (VF-53, F-8J) suffered engine  failure over Gulf Of Tonkin Apr 28, 1969.
					Pilot ejected and rescued by Navy helicopter.
				150321 (VMF(AW)-235) afterburner failed on takeoff from Da Nang, SVN Aug 17, 1966 and crashed with full load of bombs.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued, but many civilians on ground were killed.
				150322 (VMF(AW)-235) in unknown accident at Da Nang AB, SVN Aug 14, 1966.  Pilot survived.
				150324 (F-8J) to MASDC as 2F0382 Mar 10, 1976, to FC0022 Mar 11, 1976
				150325 (VF-194, F-8J) crashed on takeoff from Da Nang, SVN Sep 27, 1972.
					Pilot ejected but was killed.
				150326 (VF-53, F-8J) crashed into sea during approach to USS Bon Homme Richard
					Gulf of Tonkin, May 15, 1970.  Pilot killed.
				150327 (VF-191) shot down by AAA near Thanh Hoa Province, NVN Nov 28, 1965.  Pilot ejected and beame POW.
				150330 (VF-53, F-8J) crashed due to engine failure over Gulf of Tonkin Aug 12, 1969.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				150331 (VF-191) shot down by AAA 15 mi W of Phat Diem Hanh Ho Province, NVN Sep 12, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				150332 (VF-191) hit by ground fire over NVN Nov 18, 1965.  Plane made it to Gulf of Tonkin, whee pilot ejected
					and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				150335 (VF-191) ran out of fuel over Gulf of Tonkin while trying to refuel from an A-4 Feb 24, 1968.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150336 (VF-24, F-8J) crashed into sea during night landing approach to USS Hancock,
					Gulf of Tonkin Aug 12, 1972.  Pilot killed.
				150337 (VF-191) shot down by small arms fire Phu Vinh, Binh Binh Province, SVN Jul 29, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				150339 (F-8J) to MASDC as 2F0308
				150341 (VF-51, F-8J) hit carrier ramp during landing on USS Bon Homme Richard,
					Gulf of Tonkin Apr 26, 1969.  Pilot survived.
				150344 (VMF(AW)-232) destroyed on ground at Da Nang AB, SVN by VD mortar and rocket attack Jul 15, 1967.
				150348 (VF-211) shot down by AAA over NVN May 21, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150350 (VF-191) crashed 65 mi E of Thanh Hoa Province, NVN due to gyro failure Mar 7, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				150351 (F-8J) to MASDC as 2F0394 Mar 12, 1976, to FC0027 Mar 13, 1976.
				150352 (VF-211) shot down by AAA over Ha Tay 5 mi S of Hanoi, NVN Jun 10, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				150354 (F-8J) to MASDC as 2F0387 Mar 11, 1976, to FC0024 Mar 12, 1976.
150356/150405		North American T-28D Trojan
				Converted ex-USAF T-28As for MAP
150406/150435		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom
				C/n 192/221.  Redesignated F-4B-12-MC in 1962.  
				150406 (VF-51) w/o on USS Coral Sea May 19, 1973.
				150407 (F-4N) to MASDC as 8F0053 Jul 8, 1977.  Sent to be target on Holloman Range, New Mexico Jun 1983
				150408 (VF-101) crashed into Atlantic Ocean off USS Kitty Hawk Jan 16, 1963.
				150409 (VMFA-531) stalled and crashed near MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina May 20, 1967 during an airshow.
				150410 (VF-74) crashed into Mediterranean Sea off port bow of USS Forrestal after a bad catapult
					launch Nov 26, 1965.
				150411 upgraded to F-4N.  W/o at NAS Miramar, california Jun 22, 1982.
				150412 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0079 Nov 13, 1977.  Then to QF-4N drone Aug 1980.
				150413 (VF-96, USS Enterprise) shot down by AAA Feb 20, 1967 during bombing mission near Thien Lin Dong in Thanh Hoa
					Province, North Vietnam .  One pilot ejected, other KIA.
				150414 (VMFAT-101) w/o in accident at NAS Moffett Field, California Apr 29, 1973.
				150415 converted to F-4N and then to QF-4N drone.  SOC May 18, 1982
				150416 (VMFA-314) crashed into South China Sea off South Vietnam Apr 4, 1970
				150417 (VF-51) lost control and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Mar 3, 1972.
				150418 (VF-111) shot down by SAM over Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Sep 30, 1971. 2 crew POW.
				150419 converted to F-4N then to QF-4N as 424
				150420 (VMFA-513) w/o Feb 3, 1969
				150421 (VF-151) shot down near Phuc Yen, North Vietnam Oct 24, 1967
				150422 upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0037 May 19, 1977.  Sent to betarget on Holloman Range, New Mexico
				150423 converted to QF-4N drone.  SOC Sep 25, 1982.  Currently preserved at China Lake Museum, California
				150424 (VMFA-115) shot down by ground fire near Son Cu River, South Vietnam May 15, 1970. 
				150425 upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0036 Feb 18, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990.
				150426 upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC a 8F0034 Oct 8, 1976.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
				150427 (VMFA-314) shot down by ground fire near Da Nang, South Vietnam Feb 19, 1970.
				150428 (VF-74) crashed into Mediterranean Sea after experiencing uncontrollable flight after bad
					launch from USS Forrestal Oct 24, 1964.  Both crew ejected and were rescued by helicopter.
				150429 upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0039 May 26, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
				150430 upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0046 Jun 24, 1977.  Sent to be target on Indian Springs Range,
					Nevada Jun 1983.
				150431 credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Aug 10, 1967.  With VF-142 crashed into
					sea after bad launch from USS Constellation Apr 27, 1968.
				150432 upgraded to F-4N.   Converted to QF-4N drone.  Expended in missile test Nov 18, 1994.
				150433 (VF-92, USS Enterprise) destroyed in non-combat accident Jun 2, 1968, South China
					Sea.  Both crewmembers survived.  Also listed as crashing near MCAS El Toro, California
					with VMFA-513 Jan 28, 1964.
				150434 (VF-143) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after bad launch off USS Constellation Aug 24, 1968.  One crewman killed and
					one survived.
				150435 (VF-201) crashed on takeoff from NAS Dallas, Texas Nov 2, 1976.
150436/150479		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom
				c/n 222/265.  Redesignated F-4B-13-MC in 1962
				150436 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0045 Jun 13, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
				150437 (VF-101) crashed into Atlantic Ocean Apr 24, 1967
				150438 (c/n 224) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0112 Aug 19, 1982
				150439 (VF-142) shot down by AAA near Hanoi, North Vietnam Jun 19, 1967.  Both crew recovered.
				150440 (c/n 226) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0090 May 14, 1981
				150441 upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0069 Oct 29, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
				150442 upgraded to F-4N.  Put on display at NATC, Memphis, TN, moved in 1996 to American Military Heritage 
					Foundation, St. John Airport Reserve, LA.  Moved in 2013 to Satsuma, Lousiana and is being refurbished 
					for display, possibly in a convention center/museum setting.
				150443 (VF-143) shot down by SAM near North Vietnam coastline 10 mi S of Hoang Dong Mar 1, 1966.  Both crew KIA.
				150444 upgraded to F-4N.  Assigned as a ground trainer at NATTC Memphis, Tennesssee Nov 1972.  
					Was on display at Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, IL
				150445 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0051 Jul 1, 1977. Assigned as a battle damage reapir trainer at Hill
					AFB, Utah.  Salvaged at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico
				150446 (VMFA-115) destroyed in ground accident at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam Sep 2, 1970
				150447 (VF-151) crashed into sea off Vietnam after engine failure 26, 1969.  Both crew rescued.
				150448 converted to F-4N.  W/o at Hill AFB, Utah Apr 3, 1980.  Salvaged at Hill AFB in 1986
				150449 (VF-161) shot down by ground fire near Cam Pha, North Vietnam Dec 29, 1967.  Both crew recovered.
				150450 (VMFA-323) w/o At MCAS El Toro, california Nov 26, 1973.
				150451 (VMFA-122) w/o at MCAS Yuma, Arizona Nov 16, 1965
				150452 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0074 Oct 21, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990.  Cockpit
					section currently preserved in El Mirage, California
				150453 (VF-92) crashed after engine failure into South China Sea Jun 2, 1968.  Both crew members rescued.
				150454 (VF-41) crashed near NAS Oceana, Virginia in heavy fog Dec 5, 1964
				150455 (VMFA-312) crashed into Atlantic Ocean off MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina Mar 26, 1969
				150456 credited with shooting down MiG-17 over North Vietnam May 6, 1972.  Converted to F-4N, then to QF-4N 
					drone as 41 and 411.  Expended as target at China Lake, CA Jan 27, 1989.
				150457 (VMFA-513) stalled and crashed near Eureka/Tonopah, Nevada Aug 10, 1964.
				150458 (VF-151) crashed on approach to NAS Miramar, California Apr 7, 1964.
				150459 (VMFA-115) shot down by ground fire near Phu Bai/Hue, South Vietnam Sep 21, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
				150460 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0063 Oct 20, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
				150461 (VF-21) part of wing broke off during bolter on USS Midway, then crashed into Pacific off NAS Miramar, CA
					Sep 17, 1963.  Both crew ejected.
				150462 (VF-102) cold catapult shot off USS Enterprise and crashed into Mediterranean Sea Mar 9, 1963.  
					Pilot rescued, RIO killed.
				150463 (VF-96) lost control and crashed in non-combat accident Apr 5, 1968, South China Sea.  Both crew survived.
				150464 converted to F-4N, then to QF-4N drone.  Expended in missile test Sep 15, 1993.
				150465 (c/n 251) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0124.  To QF-4N, SOC Feb 17, 2000.
				150466 converted to F-4N.  Assigned as ground trainer at NAS Norfolk, Virginia May 1984.  Now stored at Norfolk, VA
				150467 (VF-74) crashed into Mediterranean Sea off USS Forrestal Mar 12, 1965.
				150468 upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0113 Oct 22, 1982.  Converted to QF-4N drone Oct 1991.  Salvaged at
					NAS North Island, California.
				150469 (VMFA-122) crashed during ferry flight to SouthVietnam from Philippines when ran out
					of fuel Oct 23, 1967.  Both crew recovered.
				150470 (VMFA-323) shot down by ground fire near Dong Ha, North Vietnam Jul 25, 1966.  Both crew revovered.
				150471 (VMFA-314) crashed into water prior to landing on USS Midway Jul 9, 1963.  Both crew killed.
				150472 converted to F-4N.  W/o with VF-161 Oct 6, 1976.
				150473 (VMFAT-101) crashed near Warner Springs, California after collision with F-4J 149212 Nov 22, 1969.
				150474 (VF-161) destroyed in accident aboard USS Coral Sea Oct 8, 1967, South China Sea.
					One crew member killed, one survived.
				150475 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0160 Feb 10, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 140.  SOC at NAF
					China Lake, California Feb 17, 2000.
				150476 converted to F-4N.  Crashed near Comanche, Texas with VF-202 May 14, 1983.
				150477 (VMFA-323) shot down by AAA near Vinh Moc, North Vietnam Oct 13, 1967.  Both crew POW.
				150478 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0056 Jul 18, 1977.  Salvaged Sep 1990
				150479 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0038 May 24, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990.
150480/150493		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom
				Redesignated F-4B-14-MC in 1962
				150480 (c/n 267) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12170, returned.  Upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Mar 2, 1983.
				150481 (c/n 269) converted to F-4G in 1964, back to F-4B in 1970,
					then upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0080 Dec 11, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
				150482 (c/n 270) upgraded to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0158 Feb 7, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone. Expended in missile test
					Apr 13, 1996.
				150483 (c/n 271) with VF-41 crashed near Neuse, North Carolina Apr 23, 1966
				150484 (c/n 272) converted to F-4G in 1964, back to F-4B Oct 1967,
					then upgraded to F-4N Dec 1977.  To MASDC as 8F0091 Sep 4, 1981.  Salvaged Sep 1996
				150485 (c/n 273) SOC at NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey Jul 2, 1984.
				150486 (c/n 274) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12171, returned.  With VMFA-122, crashed into sea off Hawaii Nov 30, 1973.
				150487 (c/n 275) converted to F-4G Apr 1964, back to F-4B Jan 1968.
					Lost at sea with VX-4 due to inflight fire Sep 18, 1972.
				150488 (c/n 276) with VF-41 crashed into Tyrrhenian Sea off USS Independence Feb 19, 1964.
				150489 (c/n 277) converted to F-4G Mar 1964.  Back to F-4B Dec 1969,
					converted to F-4N Mar 1974.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  To storage at NWC China Lake Aug 27, 1982
				150490 (c/n 278) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0100 Mar 3, 1982.  Salvaged Sep 1996.
				150491 (c/n 279) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0044 Jun 10, 1977.  Sent to be target on Indian Springs Range, Nevada
					Jun 1983.
				150492(c/n 280) converted to F-4G Apr 1964.  Back to F-4B Nov 1967,
					upgraded to F-4N Jul 1973.  To MASDC as 8F0154 Feb 3, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Crashed while
					landing at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Sep 21, 1995.
				150493 (c/n 281) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12172, returned.  With VF-33, crashed into Mediterranean Sea off USS
					America Mar 15, 1967.
150494/150505		Lockheed P-3A-20-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5020/5031
				150494 (c/n 185-5020) convedrted to EP-3E Aries.  Stripped Aug 1992 by LAC Greenville, SC for EP-3E Aries II program.
				150495 (c/n 185-5021) named "Valkyrja" with NAS Keflavik in Feb 1993.  Converted to UP-3A.  To AMARC Jan 22, 2004 
					as 2P0199.  SOC Apr 7, 2004.
				150496 (c/n 185-2022) converted to VP-3A.  Replaced by C-20A 83-0500.  SOC Dec 17, 2004 at NADEP Jax (scrapped)
				150497 (c/n 185-5023) converted to EP-3E and WFU as spare parts for Aero Union.  Stropped Jun 1991 at NADEP
					Alameda for EP-3E Aries II program.  Broken up at Alameda by Aero Union.
				150498 (c/n 185-5024) converted to EP-3E and scrapped at NAS Alameda Jun 1996.
				150499 converted to NP-3D.  To AMARC as 2P0243 Apr 13, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006
				150500 (c/n 185-5026) converted to RP-3A and scrapped May 1996.
				150501 (c/n 185-5027) converted to EP-3E Deepwell.  Stripped by NADEP Alameda Oct 1993 for EP-3E Aries II program.
				150502 (c/n 185-5028) converted to EP-3E Deepwell.  Stripped Jun 1990 by LAC Greenville SC for EP-3E Aries II ptogram.	
				150503 (c/n 185-5029) converted to EP-3E Deepwell.  Cockpit later to Lockheed for P-7A simulator and the rest to China
					Lake Ranges, California
				150504 (c/n 185-5030) converted to UP-3A and scrapped at NAS Whidbey Island May 1998.
				150505 (c/n 185-5031) converted to EP-3E Deepwell.  Assigned to VP-44, coded LM-3 in 1965.  Stripped by NADEP
					Jax for EP-3E Aries II program
150506/150520		Lockheed P-3A-25-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5032/5046
				150506 (c/n 185-5032, VP-9) ran off runway at NAS Sangley Point, PI Apr 7, 1965.  To AMARC as 2P0001 Mar 24, 1983.
					To K-Tech Aviation, AZ and scrapped in 1992.
				150507 (c/n 185-5033) to Spanish AF as P.3-4.  To AMARC as 2P0070 Nov 6, 1991.  To Chilean Navy as 401.  Stored
					at Vina de La Mar for use as static engine test bed.
				150508 (c/n 185-5034, VP-9) destroyed by onboard fire caused by launching magnesium flares NAS Cubi Point Dec 4, 1964.
				150509 (c/n 185-5035) preserved Jun 1991 at NAS Moffett Field, California
				150510 (c/n 185-5036) to Spanish AF as P.3-5.  Sold to Hawkins and Powers for spares Sep 1996.  Noted in open storage at 
					Greybull, WY.  To Aero Union Corp Oct 2004 as N917AU.  Owned by Aero Union corp, damaged by tail strike 
					Jun 9, 2011 on landing at Fairbanks, Alaska.  Stored Sep 2011.
				150511 (c/n 185-5037) converted to VP-3A.  To AMARC as 2P0190 May 13, 2003.  SOC Jul 8, 2003
					Seen 2007 on display at Pima Air Museum.
				150512 (c/n 185-5038) converted to RP-3A.  Sold to ALSC of Reno, Nevada Jan 1993.  to American Valley Aviation
					of Quincy, California Feb 1996.
				150513 (c/n 185-5039) to Spanish AF as P.3-6.  Later to Aero Union Corp as N920AU for use as firefighter.  To 
					storage Sep 2011.  To VRB Corp Noc 2013, to United Aeronautical Corp Jan 2014.  Broken up.
				150514 (c/n 185-5040) To US Customs Service Aug 31, 1984.  To civil register Dec 16, 1987 as N18314 with 
					United States Customs and Border Protection.  Stored at LM Greenvile, SC Jun 21, 2011.
				150515 (c/n 185-5041) converted to VP-3A.  To AMARC as 2P0229 Oct 20, 2004.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Mar 2009,
					scrapped.
				150516 (c/n 185-5042) to Spanish AF as P.3-7.  Noted Summer 2003 in Museo del Aire, Cuatro Ventos, Spain.
				150517 (c/n 185-5043) as instructional airframe at NAS Jacksonville in May 2009.  Broken up at NAS Jacksonville.
				150518 (c/n 185-5044) converted to UP-3A.  To AMARC as 2P0045 Jun 6, 1990.
					To Aviacion Naval, Chilean Navy, Vina del Mar Jun 24, 1994 as 401.  Stored at Vina del Mar as reserve
					aircraft.  Reported WFU at Vina del Mar with serial 406.
				150519 (c/n 185-5045) converted to UP-3A.  To AMARC as 2P0088 Jan 6, 1993
				150520 (c/n 185-5046) put on display Jan 1994 at Western Aerospace Museum, SF-Oakland IAP, CA.  Noted stored
					at Oakland IAP Feb 2006.  Scrapped and shredded at Oakland IPA Sep 2006.  
150521/150529		Lockheed P-3A-30-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5047/5055
				150521 (c/n 185-5047) in 2008 was with VX-30, Point Mugu, CA.  Redesignated NP-3D
				150522 (c/n 185-5048) in 2008 was with VX-30, Point Mugu, CA.  Redesignated NP-3D.
				150523 (c/n 185-5049) to AMARC as 2P0003 Apr 13, 1983.  Scrapped 1990.
				150524 (c/n 185-5050) operated from NAWS Point Mugu as RP-3A in 1992 by Infotech Incorporated under contract
					to Dept of Energy as a sensor development/testbed aircraft.  Spotted at Weapons Survivability Laboratory, 
					China Lake, California in Mar 2006.  Previously attached to PTMC.  Flew for VX-30 and prior to that VP-5.
				150525 (c/n 185-5051, NP-3D) was Harpoon test aircraft.  SOC May 30, 2000.  Spares used for rebuild of EP-3E 156511
				150526 (c/n 185-5052, UP-3A) SOC May 7, 2003 and to Misawa Aviation and Science Museum, Japan
				150527 (c/n 185-5053) converted to UP-3A.  (VXN-8 *Tasmanian Devil*) to AMARC as 2P0041 Apr 18, 1990
				150528 (c/n 185-5054) converted to UP-3A.  (VXN-8 *Loon*) to AMARC as 2P0043 Apr 18, 1990
				150529 (c/n 185-5055) converted to EP-3A.  Sold to Hawkins and Powers as spare parts aircraft.  Noted in open 
					storage at Greybull, WY.  Sold to Aero Union for spare parts Sep 2004.
150530/150541		Grumman E-2A Hawkeye
				Model G-123.  c/n 10/21.
				150530 (c/n 10) With RVAW-120 SOC after ran off runway and hit building Aug 1, 1974, EliCity, NC
				150532 (c/n 12) converted to E-2B.  To MASDC as 2E0001 Jul 19, 1980.  SOC at AMARC Nov 9, 1994.
				150533 to TE-2A, later to E-2B
				150530/150532, 150534/150541 to E-2B
				150535 (c/n 15) converted to E-2B.  To MASDC as 2E0002 Jun 28, 1980.  SOC Nov 9, 1994
				150536 (c/n 16) was on display at MCAS Miramar, CA, but is no longer there.  Possibly to NAS North Island or
					scrapped.  SOC when boltered, picked up wire and hung over side 
				150537 (c/n 17) converted to E-2B  
				150538 (c/n 18) converted to E-2B.  To AMARC as 2E0019 Aug 26, 1986.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				150539 (c/n 19)
				150540 (c/n 20) converted to E-2B.  To MASDC as 2E0008.  Seen on ramp at Naval Air Technical Training Center ramp
					at NAS Pensacola June 2004.  Noted Mar 2006 in compound near
					NATTC Building, NAS Pensacola, FL.  Allocated civil registration
					of N6166C
				150541 (c/n 21)
150542/150551		North American T3J-1 Sabreliner
				C/n 277-1/10.  Redesignated T-39D in 1962.
				150542 was spotted at Weapons Survivability Laborator (WSL), China Lake, California in Mar 2006.  Previously
					attached to VT-86
				150543 (c/n 277-2) to AMARC as 7T0027 Sep 19, 1990.  Sold to Jett Paqueteria
					as XA-AAG.  W/o Jun 2, 2003 when roof of hangar at Laredo IAP, TX collapsed
					during a windstorm.
				150544 (c/n 277-3) to MASDC as 7T0006 Mar 12, 1985
				150545 (c/n 277-4) crashed near San Diego, CA Apr 4, 1977.  5 killed.
				150546 (c/n 277-5) to MASDC as 7T0014 Jul 2, 1985
				150547 (c/n 277-6) to AMARC as 7T0021 Jan 28, 1986  Sold to Jett Paqueteria as
					XA-AAI.  W/o Jun 2, 2003 when roof of hanger at Laredo IAP, TX collapsed
					during a windstorm.
				150548 (c/n 277-7) to MASDC as 7T0008 Mar 19, 1985.  Sold to Jet Paqueteria as
					XA-AAF.  W/o Jun 2, 2003 when roof of hangar at Laredo IAP, TX collapsed
					during a windstorm.
				150549 (c/n 277-8) to MASDC as 7T0011 Mar 26, 1985
				150550 (c/n 277-9) assigned to VT-10 crashed Nov 27, 1974. during training flight at Kellogg Regional Airfield, MI.
				150551 (c/n 277-10) to MASDC as 7T0002 Oct 5, 1981.
150552/150580		Sikorsky HUS-1 Seahorse
				Redesignated UH-34D in 1962.
				150552 (c/n 58.1676) w/o Jul 27, 1968, Phu Bai, Vietnam
				150553 (c/n 58.1680) to MASDC in 1971.  Numbered 3H0229 in 1973.  To civil
					registry as N857BA.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				150554 (c/n 58.1681)
				150555 (c/n 58.1682) to Air America as H-78.  Lost in Laos Jan 20, 1971.
				150556 (c/n 58.1683) to MASDC in 1969 as 3H0048.  Also listed as having gone
					to Air America and lost over Laos Apr 18, 1971.  Also listed as being in the Royal
					Thai Air Force Museum, Don Muang, but it is uncertain if the serial number
					is genuine.
				150557 (c/n 58.1684) to civil registry as N42171
				150558 (c/n 58.1685) to MASDC in 1971, given number 3H0233 in 1972.  To Indonesian
					AF as H-3415.
				150559 (c/n 58.1688) w/o Jan 8, 1968.
				150560 (c/n 58.1689) SOC Oct 23, 1967 NARF Alameda
				150561 (c/n 58.1690) w/o Oct 9, 1967.
				150562 (c/n 58.1691) SOC Mar 26, 1971.
				150563 (c/n 58.1692) w/o Feb 24, 1967, Vietnam.  5 KIA.
				150564 (c/n 58.1693) w/o Apr 13, 1965, Southeast Asia
				150565 (c/n 58.1694) w/o Jul 2, 1965, Southeast Asia
				150566 (c/n 58.1695)
				150567 (c/n 58.1696) w/o Jun 167, 1968
				150568 (c/n 58.1697) w/o Jul 23, 1968, Vietnam
				150569 (c/n 58.1698) w/o Mar 16, 1965, Southeast Asia
				150570 (c/n 58.1699) to MASDC in 1970, to civil registry in 1972 as N4218K.  Registration
					N19YN reserved Mar 17, 2005.  Delivered to MCAS Quantico, Virginia Nov 8, 2013, and will eventually go
					on display there.
				150571 (c/n 58.1700) w/o Nov 11, 1967 or Jun 11, 1968.  
				150572 (c/n 58.1703) w/o Mar 31, 1965, SEA. 
				150573 (c/n 58.1704) noted at Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA May 17, 2001 as N94520
				150574 (c/n 58.1705) w/o Mar 13, 1967, Phu Bai, SVN
				150575 (c/n 58.1706) w/o Nov 13, 1965, SEA.
				150576 (c/n 58.1707) w/o Dec 7, 1966.
				150577 (c/n 58.1708) to Air America as H-30.  Seen at Lam Lu Ka, Thailand in 2004.
				150578 (c/n 58.1709) w/o Sep 30, 1966
				150579 (c/n 58.1710) w/o Aug 28, 1964, SEA.
				150580 (c/n 58.1711) w/o Apr 26, 1968 after damage sustained on Mar 16, 1968.
150581/150600		Douglas A4D-2N Skyhawk 
				c/n 12992/13011.  Redesignated A-4C in 1962
				150581 to MASDC as 3A0346 Aug 20, 1971.  (N235AT) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.  Acquired by
					Merle Maine Enterprises of Ontario, OR.  Issued FAA number N235AT Sec 11, 2003. Sold to Ontaria
					Aviation Museum, Ontario, OR, and in 2010 was on display outside museum.  Painted as Blue Angels
					Number 1, but never flew with Blue Angels.
				150584 (VA-22) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Jan 4, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150585 to MASDC as 3A0329 Apr 7, 1971.
				150586 converted to A-4L.  To N403FS Jan 1977.  In 2010 was on a pylon at MCAS Yuma, AZ.
				150588 to MASDC as 3A0363 Mar 19, 1972.
				150591 to MASDC as 3A0498 Jul 2, 1976
				150592 to MASDC as 3A0373 Aug 31, 1973.
				150593 converted to A-4L.  To MASDC as 3A0469 Jan 27, 1976.  To Malaysia for conversion to A-4PTM, TA-4PTM.
				150595 to MASDC as 3A0381 Apr 3, 1974.  To Argentina as A-4Q c/n C-313
				150598 converted to A-4L.  On display at New Century Air Center, Olathe Airport, KS
150601/150603		Grumman S2F-3S Tracker
				Model G-121.  Redesignated S-2E in 1962.
				150601 (c/n 168C) to MASDC as 1S0246 Aug 20, 1970.  To Turkish Navy as TCB-601. WFU Sep 16, 1996.
				150603 (c/n 170C) to MASDC as 1S0448 Feb 20, 1974.  To Venezuelan Navy as AS-0101 in 1974
150604/150609		Lockheed P-3A-30-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5056/5061
				150604 (c/n 185-5056) to MASDC as 2P0021 Aug 7, 1985.  Broken up at AMARC Mar 11, 2003 and scrapped.
				150605 (c/n 185-5057) converted to UP-3A.  To AMARC as 2P0241 Sep 25, 2005.  SOC Jan 17, 2006
				150606 (c/n 185-5058) to AMARC as 2P0004 Apr 20, 1983.  To Kotz Metals, Tucson, AZ Apr 6 1990, scrapped.
				150607 (c/n 185-5059) converted to UP-3A.   To MASDC as 2P0058 Oct 29, 1990.  To Servicio de Aviacion de la
					Armada de Chile as 406 and currently stored at Vina del Mar.  Seen as gate guard at Vina Del Mar with serial
					401.
				150608 (c/n 185-5060) to MASDC as 2P0006 Mar 20, 1984.  Scrapped at HVF West, Tucson AZ
				150609 (c/n 185-5061) to MASDC as 2P0002 Apr 7, 1983.  To Kotz Metals, Tucson, AZ, scrapped
150610/150617		Sikorsky HSS-2Z Sea King
				VIP transport for Office of the President.  Redesignated VH-3A in 1962.
				150611, 150613 and 150617 wore US Army markings.
				150610 (c/n 61-086) 
				150611 (c/n 61-093) reported on display at Reagan Library.  Used during Johnson administration.
				150612 (c/n 61-098) w/o May 26, 1973.
				150613 (c/n 61-103) (VH-3) wore US Army markings.  Now on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, 
					Pensacola, FL.   May go to USS Saratoga at Quonset Point, RI.
				150614 (c/n 61-108) modified to standards of VH-3D.  To MASDC as 9H0003 Jan 15 1977, returned to service.  
					To NVH-3A (probably ties in with its conversion to VH-3D)
				150615 (c/n 61-113)
				150616 (c/n 61-118)
				150617 (c/n 61-123) retired May 1976. To MASDC as 9H0002 Sep 16, 1976.  In 2009 was on display at Nixon Library, Yorba Linda, CA.   
150618/150620		Sikorsky HSS-2 Sea King
				Redesignated SH-3A in 1962
				150618 (c/n 61-212) w/o Oct 16, 1966
				150619 (c/n 61-214) w/o Feb 5, 1966
				150620 (c/n 61-215) converted to SH-3G.  Stored with Croman Corp, White City, Oregon Oct 2012.
150621/150623		Kaman UH-2B Seasprite
150624/150651		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom
				C/n 282/309.  Later redesignated F-4B-14-MC
				150624 (VF-41) crshed into Atlantic Ocean off USS Independence Jul 24, 1963
				150625 (c/n 283) converted to F-4G Mar 31, 1964, back to 
					F-4B Jan 1969.  Converted to F-4N Jan 3, 1973.  With VMFA, broke
					up in flight during ACM off California Apr 30, 1976
				150626 (VF-41) shot down by ground fire over Steel Tiger area of Laos Oct 28, 1965.
				150627 flew into ground during heavy fog at MCAS El Toro, California, then became briefly airborne, crew ejected and
					plane crashed into the motor pool Nov 30, 1973
				150628 (c/n 286) upgraded to F-4N.  Preserved on display at Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York.
					It flew top cover during failed Iranian hostage rescue mission.
				150629 (c/n 287) converted to F-4G Apr 1964.  Back to F-4B
					May 1966.  (VF-142) destroyed by premature detonation of its own AIM-7 Oct 30, 1967 after having just shot
					down a MiG-17.  Crew was rescued.
				150630 temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12173, returned.  Upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N as 42 and 45.  
					W/o Oct 26, 1990
				150631 credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Aug 10, 1967.  With (VF-41) shot down by ground
					fire near Thai Nguyen, North Vietnam Oct 17, 1965.  Pilot KIA, RIO POW.
				150632 upgraded to F-4N.  SOC at NAS North Island, California May 31, 1983.  Salvaged
				150633 (c/n 291) converted to F-4G Apr 6, 1964.  SOC Aug 2, 1966, or w/o at NAS Cubi Point Mar 29, 1966.
				150634 temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12174, returned.  Credited with shooting down MiG-17 over
					North Vietnam Oct 6, 1965.  Converted to F-4N in 1972.  To MASDC as 8F0054 Jul 8, 1977.  Sent to be
					target on Indian Springs Range, Nevada Jun 1983
				150635 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0052 Jul 1, 1977.  Sent to betarget on Indian Springs Range, Nevada Jun 1983.
				150636 (c/n 294) converted to F-4G Apr 6, 1964.  Back to F-4B Oct 1966.  Lost at sea with VMFA-313 Oct 4, 1971 
					when hit by debris from target MQM-74 drone.
				150637 (VF-41) crashed into sea after ramp strike while landing on USS Independence Sep 19, 1963.
				150638 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0035 Dec 15, 1976.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990.
				150639 (c/n 297) converted to F-4G Apr 1964, back to F-4B Oct 1966.
					Converted to F-4N Jul 1975.  To MASDC as 8F0115 Nov 10, 1982.  In 2009 was gate guard at Davis
					Monthan AFB and painted to look like a USAF F-4C with tail number 64-0829.
				150640 upgraded to F-4N.  Crashed with VF-21 into Pacific Ocean off USS Coral asea Jun 6, 1983
				150641 (VF-101) crashed into sea off Key West, Florida Aug 9, 1965
				150642 (c/n 300) converted to F-4G Apr 1964.  Back to F-4B Oct 1966.
					Converted to F-4N Oct 1973.  SOC Feb 22, 1984 at NAS North Island, California
				150643 temporarily bailed to USAF as 62-12175, returned.  Converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0121 Sep 22, 1983.
					The plane was in a landing accident at NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Jul 8, 1963, ended up with nose gear collapse.
					Converted to QF-4N drone as 141.  SOC Sep 17, 1996.
				150644 (VF-154) destroyed in non-combat accident Apr 14, 1968 and crashed into South China Sea after
					takeoff from USS Ranger.  Both crewmember survived.
				150645 (c/n 303) converted to F-4G Apr 26, 1964.  Damaged by AAA over North Vietnam with VF-213 Apr 28, 1966 
					and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin.  Crew ejected and picked up by Navy helicopter.
				150646 (VF-21) destroyed in non-combat accident on USS Midway in South China Sea Jul 28, 1965
					Both crew recovered.
				150647 (VF-21) crashed into sea off Japan Feb 20, 1964
				150648 converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0067 Oct 20, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
				150649 temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12176, returned.  Crashed with VMFA-115 near Ban Bamran, Laos due
					to battle damage Dec 17, 1970.
				150650 temporarily bailed to USAF as 62-12177, returned.  Shot down with VMFA-115 near Khe Sanh, South Vietnam
					Jul 13, 1968.
				150651 (c/n 309) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12177, returned.  Converted to F-4N.  
					To MASDC as 8F0089 Mar 24, 1981
150652/150653		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom
				Redesignated F-4B-15-MC in 1962.
				150652 (c/n 312) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12178, returned. Converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0041 
					May 31, 1977.  SOC Aug 1, 1983.  Salvaged May 1985.
				150653 (c/n 313) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12179, returned.  W/o with VMFA-122 in landing accident June 19, 1970
					at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam.
150654/150683		Vought F8U-2NE Crusader
				Redesignated F-8E in 1962.
				150654 converted to F-8J.  To MASDC as 2F0307
				150655 (VF-191) shot down by SAM 5 mi W of Hoa Binh Province, NVN Oct 27, 1965.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				150656 (VF-162, F-8J) crashed in Gulf of Tonkin due to possible engine failure
					Jul 3, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150657 (VF-194) shot down by AAA over South Vietnam Jun 30, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150658 to AMARC Apr 25, 1990 as 2F0443.  To France as F-8J Oct 22, 1990
				150660 converted to F-8J.  To MASDC as 2F0304
				150662 converted to F-8J.  To MASDC as 2F0309 Jul 30, 1975.
				150665 (VMF(AW)-212) shot down by AAA over Hai Duong railroad bridge, North Vietnam Nov 5, 1965.  Pilot ejected
					and became POW.
				150667 (VF-191) suffered engine failure over Gulf of Tonkin Feb 2, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				150668 (VF-194) crashed and sank after launch from USS Bon Homme Richard Sep 24, 1965 in Gulf of Tonkin.
					Pilot killed.
				150673 (VMF(AW)-235) shot down by AAA 10 Mi W of chu Lai, Quang Tin Province, SVN Mar 25, 1966.  Pilot KIA
				150675 (VMF(AW)-212) hit by AAA over Hai Duong railroad bridge, North Vietnam Nov 17, 1965.  Pilot ejected safely
					offshore.
				150679 (VF-124) crashed Yuma, AZ Spr 5, 1968.  Pilot ejected safely.
				150680 to AMARC Apr 25, 1990 as 2F0446.  To France as F-8J Oct 22, 1990.
					Noted May 6, 2004 on dump at French naval airfield at Cuers, France.
				150683 to AMARC Apr 25, 1990 as 2F0438.  To France as F-8J Aug 9, 1990.
150684/150690		Lockheed GV-1 Hercules
				Redesignated KC-130F in 1962.
				150684 (c/n 282-3727) retired Oct 1992.
				150685 (c/n 282-3728) crashed and damaged beyond repair at MCAS El Toro, CA Jul 30, 1970.
				150686 (c/n 282-3733)
				150687 (c/n 282-3734) named "Night Rider" with VR-22 Jul 1991.  To AMARC Jan 29, 2002 as 2G0027.  SOC Jul 11, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				150688 (c/n 282-3740) to AMARC as 2G0028 Apr 23, 2002.  SOC Jul 11, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				150689 (c/n 282-3741) to AMARC as 2G0054 Apr 26, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				150690 (c/n 282-3742) operated as Blue Angels support aircraft 1970-73.
					Was the first C-130 to serve with the Blue Angels and was
					known as 'Fat Albert'.  To AMARC Feb 1, 2006 as 2G0042.  SOC Apr 7, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
150691			Sikorsky HUS-1 Seahorse
				c/n 58-1411.  For Indonesia under MAP as H-251, then H-3451.
150692/150716		North American T-28D Trojan
				Converted ex-USAF T-28As for South Vietnam
150717/150729		Sikorsky HUS-1 Seahorse
				Redesignated UH-34D in 1962
				150717 (c/n 58-1712) SOC Dec 31, 1970.
				150718 (c/n 58-1713) to civil registry as N4218R 
				150719 (c/n 58-1715) SOC Oct 23, 1970 NARF Alameda
				150720 (c/n 58-1716) to civil registry as N64779, C-GPPQ, N58WH, N85HJ
				150721 (c/n 58-1717) to MASDC as 3H0202 Mar 19, 19762.  To civil registry as N504.
				150722 (c/n 58-1718) w/o Mar 23, 1969 at Cam Ranh Bay due to damage on Jun 18, 1969.
				150723 (c/n 58-1719) w/o Feb 10, 1967, Da Nang due to damageof Dec 30, 1966.
				150724 (c/n 58-1720) to civil registry as N12709, C-GUNN.  Destroyed in 1996.
				150725 (c/n 58-1721, UH-34J) to MLD (Netherlands) 6/26/1963.  
					SOC 6/28.1972.  To Anthony Fokker School 5/25/1973.
				150726 (c/n 58-1722) w/o Oct 27, 1965 in SEA.
				150727 (c/n 58-1723) to Air America.  Lost Aug 19, 1971 in Laos
				150728 (c/n 58-1724) to MASDC as 3H0230 May 31, 1973.  
				150729 (c/n 58-1725)  to civil registry as N266
150730/150732		Sikorsky HSS-1N Seabat
				For MAP(Chile)
				150730 (c/n 58-1623) to Chilean Navy as N-52.  Restored to the Museu Anacional de Aeronautica with
					serial 51.
				Not sure that 150731 and 150732 were HSSs.  Information anyone?  Some source have 150731/150732 also to Chile, 
					but no real evidence
150733/150807		Sikorsky HSS-1N Seabat
				Completed to CH-34C standard for West German Army
				150733 (c/n 58-1458) to German Army as QA+464, then QW+761, then PZ+454, then 8049.
					On civil, registstry as PT-HGK with Votec Taxi Aereo.  W/o Apr 3, 1980 near Belem, Brazil
				150734 (c/n 58-1459) to German Army as QC+401, then QA+471, then PZ+466, then 8050.
					To US civil registry as N90808.
				150735 (c/n 58-1493) to German Army as QB+468, then QA+474.  To Luftwaffe as LA+QQ, then
					GD+241, then 8051.  To US civil registry as N82818, then to OB-T-1006,
					then N4247S
				150736 (c/n 58-1502) to German Army as QA+472, then QW+762, then PZ+467, then 8052.  To civil
					registry as F-BTCU, ZS-HFT, LV-ANE, N903CH, N58S
				150737 (c/n 58-1503) to German Army as QC+402, then QA+475, then PZ+468, then 8053.  To civil
					registry as N82819, PT-HHO, N12230, N12220.
				150738 (c/n 58-1504) to German Army as QB+477, then QA+477, then PZ+469, then 8054.  To civil
					registry as N37702
				150739 (c/n 58-1505) to German Army as QW+763, then QA+476, then PZ+740, then 8055.
				150740 (c/n 58-1512) to German Army as QA+473, then PZ+471, then 8056.  To civil registry
					as N37704
				150741 (c/n 58-1513) to German Army as QB+478, then PZ+342, then 8057.  To civil registry
					as N37711.
				150742 (c/n 58-1514) to German Army as PZ+343, then QW+764, then 8058.  To civil registry
					as OY-HBD, N82821, OY-HBD, N26567, N128NH, N130NH.
				150743 (c/n 58-1515) to German Army as QC+404, then PZ+344, then 8059
				150744 (c/n 58-1516) to German Army as QB+479, then PZ+345, then 8060.  To civil registry
					as D-HKFG.
				150745 (c/n 58-1523) to German Army as QW+765, then PZ+346, then 8061.  To civil registry 
					as N37721, then PT-HIO
				150746 (c/n 58-1524) to German Army as CA+352, then 8062.  To civil registry as N37710.
				150747 (c/n 58-1525) to German Army as QB+480, then to Luftwaffe as AS+349, then LA+109, then 
					8063.  W/o Nov 22, 1967.
				150748 (c/n 58-1526) to Luftwaffe as AS+350.  To German Army as PZ+348, then 8064.
					To civil registry as N37707.
				150749 (c/n 58-1527) to German Army as QB+406, then QB+480, then QC+406, then PZ+472,
					then 8065.  To civil registry as N33603, then B-15116, then PK-OBF
				150750 (c/n 58-1536) to German Army as QB+481, then QW+401, then 8066.  To civil registry
					as N82823.  To Haitian AF as H-1.  Abandoned 1995.
				150751 (c/n 58-1537) to German Army as QW+767, then QW+402, then 8067.  To civil registry
					as N83824, then OB-T-1007, then N4247U, then N85HA, then C-GHOS.
				150752 (c/n 58-1538) to German Army as QB+482, then QW+403, then 8068.  To civil registry
					as PT-HFR.  W/o in Brazil Feb 28, 1975.
				150753 (c/n 58-1539) to German Army as QA+481, then QW+768, then PY+342, then 8069.
					To civil registry as N82828, then G-BLCN, then OD-AGK(2), then N42825,
					then N581SR, then N902CH.
				150754 (c/n 58-1547) to German Army as QB+483, then QW+404, then 8070.  To civil registry
					as N83829, then OB-T-1008, then N4247V
				150755 (c/n 58-1548) to German Army as QW+769, the QW+405, then 8071.  To civil
					registry as N58115, then HP-715.
				150756 (c/n 58-1549) to Israel via West German government.  
				150757 (c/n 58-1550) to Israel via West German government.
				150758 (c/n 58-1551) to Israel via West German government.  To civil registry as N4388S
					with Midwest Helicopter Airways.  Destroyed Feb 2, 1980 in Chicago.
				150759 (c/n 58-1552) to Israel via West German government.  To civil registry as N4389S
				150760 (c/n 58-1553) to German Army as PF+464.  To German Navy as W+571, then 8072.
				150761 (c/n 58-1561) to German Army as PZ+347.  To Luftwaffe as CA+353, then 8074.  To
					civil registry as N82832, then OY-HBC, N4995G.
				150762 (c/n 58-1562) to German Army as QB+477 (also reported as PZ+348), then WE+572,
					then 8075.  To civil registry as D-HAUB.  Crashed Sep 30, 1977, Garmisch-Partenkichen,
					West Germany.
				150763 (c/n 58-1563) to German Army as QB+484, then PZ+007, then PZ+349, then 8076.
					To civil registry as N82835, then D-HBWR, then N15AH.
				150764 (c/n 58-1564) to German Army as QB+485, then PZ+350, then 8077.  To civil registry
					as N51886, then to Thai AF as 912.  To civil registry as N903CH
				150765 (c/n 58-1565) to German Army as QK+578, then QW+406, then 8078.  To civil registry
					as N83836, then PT-HGO.
				150766 (c/n 58-1566) to German Army as QK+579, then QW+407, then 8079.  To civil registry
					as N37706.
				150767 (c/n 58-1570) to German Army as QA+478, then PZ+473, then 8082.  To civil registry
					as N74485, then PT-HFQ.
				150768 (c/n 58-1575) to German Army as QK+580, then QW+408, then 8083.  To civil registry
					as N90807, N97AA.
				150769 (c/n 58-1576) to German Army as PF+461, then PF+334, then 8084.  To civil registry
					as N83838, then PT-HHE.
				150770 (c/n 58-1577) to German Army as PF+462, then PF+335, then 8085.  To civil registry
					as N37712.
				150771 (c/n 58-1578) to German Army as QA+480, then PZ+474, then 8086.  To civil registry
					as N37705.
				150772 (c/n 58-1582) to German Army as PF+463, then WE+573, then to West German Navy as
					SA1582, then 8087.  To civil registry as N14590.
				150773 (c/n 58-1583) to German Army as QK+581, then QW+409, then 8088.  To civil registry
					as N37720, N5077L, AN-PLN, YN-PLN, N50HA, to Haitian AF as H-10, abandoned 1995.
				150774 (c/n 58-1584) to German Army as PF+465, then PF+337, then to Luftwaffe as 8089.
					To civil registry as N83839 then N6230.
				150775 (c/n 58-1594) to German Navy as QA+479, then QW+410, the 8091.  To Sudan AF as ST-AFC.
				150776 (c/n 58-1595) to Israel AF as 07.  Now in Israel AF Museum.
				150777 (c/n 58-1596) to German Navy as QK+582, then PY+343.  To Luftwaffe as 8092.
					To civil registry as N82841, then N6231.
				150778 (c/n 58-1606) to Israel AF.  To civil registry as N4376S, then PT-HFU.  Crashed into
					sea 90 nm fro Mao Luiz May 28, 1974.
				150779 (c/n 58-1607) to Israel AF. To civil registry as N4377S, N43775, C-GRJD, N70666, N703SC
				150780 (c/n 58-1612) to Israel AF.  To civil registry as N3478S, PK-UHY, PK-OGBL.
					Ditched in Java Sea off Madura Island Nov 9, 1987.
				150781 (c/n 58-1613) to Israel AF.  To civil registry as N4379S, PT-HFV w/o Mar 24, 1976 off Marana
					Island.
				150782 (c/n 58-1614) to Israel AF.  to civil registry as N4380S.
				150783 (c/n 58-1624) to Israel AF.
				150784 (c/n 58-1625) to Israel AF.  To civil registry as N82844.
				150785 (c/n 58-1626) to Isreal AF as I-4705.  To civil registry as N4381S, then G-BBJS, LN-OSC,
					G-BBJS, LN-OSC, EC-DJN, N72B.
				150786 (c/n 58-1627) to Israel AF.  To civil registry as N4382S.
				150787 (c/n 58-1636) to Israel AF.
				150788 (c/n 58-1637) to Israel AF.  To civil registry as N4383S, the PT-HFW.  Crashed at
					Quieimadas Beach, Maranhao, Brazil Feb 6, 1974.
				150789 (c/n 58-1638) to Israel AF.
				150790 (c/n 58-1639) to Israel AF.  To civil registry as N4384S, then PT-HFX.
				150791 (c/n 58-1646) to Israel AF.  to civil registry as N4385S ?, later CF-OIA, C-FOIA, N1099T.
				150792 (c/n 58-1647) to civil registry as N4386S.
				150793 (c/n 58-1648) to Israel AF.  To civil registry as N4386S.
				150794 (c/n 58-1649) to Israel AF as 40.  To civil registry as N4387S, then HC-AYF, then HK-2017X, 
					then N2691L
				150795 (c/n 58-1656) to Isreal AF as 41.
				150796 (c/n 58-1657) to Israel AF as 42.  To civil registry as N4390S, then EC-CCX
				150797 (c/n 58-1658) to German Army as QC+461, then PD+011, then PY+344, then 8099.
					To civil registry as N82844, then G-BCLO, then to Lebanese Helicopters as OD-AGL.
					Believe destroyed in 1982 civil war.
				150798 (c/n 58-1662) to German Army as QC+462, then PC+012.  To German Navy as
					WE+574, then 8100.   To civil registry as N37728, ZS-HFZ, 3D-HAC, ZS-HFZ, N5402M, N58BH, C-GHOG.
				150799 (c/n 58-1663) to German Army as QC+463.  To German Navy as QC+463, WE+575, then 8101.
					To civil registry as N82846, then ZK-HIH, then PK-OBM.  Crashed at Tugumaya, Irian Jaya Nov 4, 1980.
				150800 (c/n 58-1664) to German Army as PF+339, then PM+468, then PQ+264, then PY+345,
					then 8102.  To civil registry as N37713.
				150801 (c/n 58-1665) to German Army as PH+271.  To German Navy as 8103.  W/o Sep 7, 1968.
				150802 (c/n 58-1671) to German Army as PF+341, then QE+461.  To German Navy as WE_577, then 8104.
				150803 (c/n 58-1672) to German Army as QE+462, then PY+346, then 8105.  To civil registry
					as N37723, B-13104, C-FISH, N37723.  Reported sold to owner in Peru Mar 2006
				150804 (c/n 58-1673) to German Army as QE+463.  To German Navy as QE+578, then 8106.
					To civil registry as LN-OSF, then G-BFAG, then LN-OSA(@), then C-GAIV, then ZK-HNJ,
					then C-GAIV, then N580US..
				150805 (c/n 58-1677) to German Army as QI+464, later to German Navy as WE+579, then 8107.
					To civil registry as N82049.
				150806 (c/n 58-1678) to German Army as QK+583, later QK+141, later 8108.  W/o May 18, 1971.
				150807 (c/n 58-1679) to German Army as QK+584, then QW+412, then 8109.  Preserved at
					Hubscrauber Museum, Buckeburg.
150808/150819		Sikorsky HSS-1N Seabat
				For MAP (Germany).  Redesignated SH-34G in 1962.
				150808 (c/n 58.1567) to German Navy as SC+251, then WE+551, then 80+80.  To ZX-HIE, N82115.
				150812 (c/n 58.1617) To German Navy as SC+255, then WE+255 then 80+94 
					Registered D-HKAA, then to LN-OSE and EC-DDR.  W/O 12/03/1990, ditched in Sierre Leone Estuary en route to Freetown.
				150816 (c/n 58.1589) to German Navy as SC+259, then WD+402, then 80+90.  To civil registry as N14589, B-13103
				150817 (c/n 58.1630) to German Navy as SC+260, then WE+557, then 80+96.  To civil registry
					as N14591, then OH-HBG, then N2657Z.
				150818 (c/n 58.1631) to German Navy as SC+261, then WE+558, then 80+97. W/o Aug 29, 1969.
				150819 (c/n 58.1632) to German Navy as SC+259, then WE+559, then 80+98.  To civil registry
					as N37700, then PT-HIE.
150820			Sikorsky HUS-1
				cancelled contract
150821/150822		Sikorsky HSS-1N Seabat
				FMS for Italy.  redesignated SH-34J in 1962
				150821 (c/n 58-1666) to Italian Navy as MM80237.  Renumbered MM150821. 
					Crashed near Campalecina Oct 18, 1974.
				150822 (c/n 58-1667) to Italian Navy
150823/150842		North American A3J-3P Vigilante
				c/n NA279-1/20.  Redesignated RA-5C in 1962.
				150826 (RVAH-13) shot down by AAA over Hanoi, North Vietnam May 19, 1967.  Crew ejected and became POW.
					Both died in captivity.
				150829 to MASDC as 4A0013 Apr 27, 1971.
				150830 (RVAH-6) shot down by SAM over Thai Nguyen City, Thai Nguyen Province, North Vietnam  Oct 22, 1966.
					Both crew ejected but were killed.
				150832 to MASDC as 4A0015 Aug 31, 1971
				150833 (RVAH-14) lost engine during catapult launch Sep 9, 1969 and both crew ejected.  Both crewmembers retrieved
					from sea by helicopter
				150834 to MASDC as 4A0026 Dec 4, 1973.
				150838 to MASDC as 4A0001 Jul 10, 1970
				150839 transferred from MASDC to China Lake Aug 30, 1970.  Cockpit at Avaiation Warehouse, El Mirage, CA Oct 2007.
				150840 to MASDC as 4A0006 Aug 29, 1970
				150842 (RVAH-6) shot down by AAA 20 mi S of Route 8 in Khammouan Province, Laos Mar 31, 1969.  Both crew killed.
150843/150932		Vought F8U-2NE Crusader
				Redesignated F-8E in 1962
				150843 (VF-53) crashed due to unknown cause or location Dec 26, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150845 to AMARC Apr 25, 1990 as 2F0448.  To France as F-8J Oct 22, 1990
				150846 (VF-13) SOC Mar 11, 1966
				150848 (VF-53) SOC Jun 22, 1964
				150848 (VF-162) damaged by SAM over Kep East of Haiphong, North Vietnam Oct 5, 1965.  Plane flew out over 
					Gulf of Tonkin and pilot ejected safely and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				150850 (VF-124) crashed near Banner Grade on state road 78 near Julian, CA Nov 2, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				150851 (VF-191) launched off USS Oriskany Feb 19, 1973 on combat mission, but after catapult shot nose gear link
					broke leaving nose gear unlocked.  Diverted to Danang.  Pilot blew the gear down but nose gear remained unlocked
					Landed on foamed runway.  Did not repair damage to lower intake.  Aircraft stripped and used for fire training
					at San Clemente Island.  SOC 1973-74
				150852 (VF-53) SOC Apr 19, 1966
				150853 (VF-53) shot down by AAA over Gulf of Tonkin Apr 19, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150854 (VF-194) shot down by AAA over NVN Nov 28, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150856 (VF-124) ASOC Oct 15, 1964
				150857 (VMF(AW)-235) collided in midair with A-6A 152631 over South China Sea near Da Nang, SVN Feb 23, 1968.
					Pilot killed.  Crew of A-6A ejected and were rescued.
				150858 (VMF(AW)-235) shot down by AAA near Vinh Linh, Quang Binh Province, NVN Nov 11, 1966.  Pilot ejected and
					became POW.
				150860 (VF-211) SOC SEp 267, 1970 off San Diego
				150861 converted to F-8J.  With VF-194 hit carrier ramp while landing on USS
					Oriskany in Gulf of Tonkin Sep 12, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150862 (VMF-333) caught fire over Lake Michigan Sep 1966.  Pilot chose not to eject and landed in flames at Glenview NAS,
					Illinois.  Don't know if the plane ever flew again.
				150864 converted to F-8J.  To MASDC as 2F0389 Mar 12, 1976, to FC0026 Mar 13, 1976.
				150865 (VF-162) shot down by SAM 5 mi N of Uong Bi, Quang Nimh Province, NVN Jan 4, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
				150866 (VF-111) shot down by AAA S of Hon Gay near Haiphong, NVN Aug 13, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued
					by Navy helicopter.
				150867 (VF-211) collided with karst rock near Ph Cat Ba, Haiphong Harbor, NVN Apr 29, 1966 while strafing a
					surface vessel Apr 29, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				150868 converted to F-8J.  With VF191 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Jun 21, 1971.
					Pilot killed.
				150871 to AMARC Apr 25, 1990 as 2F0447.  To France as F-8J Oct 22, 1990.
				150875 (VMF(AW)-212) hit ramp of USS Oriskany in Gulf of Tonkin while landing Nov 17, 1965.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				150877 converted to F-8J.  With VF-53, ditched in Gulf of Tonkin after engine
					afterburner failure May 4, 1969.  Pilot could not eject and plane ditched.
					Pilot was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				150879 (VF-162) shot down MiG-17 with AIM-9 over Vietnam Dec 14, 1967,
					flown by Lt. Richard E. Wyman.  Crashed (VF-194) into
					Hangar 1 at NAS Miramar Dec 22, 1969, killing 14 people and
					destroying several F-4 Phantoms.
					The aircraft reported Oct 2006 at aircraft museum in grounds of Chateau de
					Savigny-les-Beaune, France painted in VF-162 colors is really F-8E(FN) 151732.
				150880 (VF-111) hit by ground fire 10 mi S of Hon Gay near Haiphong, NVN Aug 11, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was
					rescued by Navy helicopter.
				150881 crashed Swpt 3, 1964 near Lion Head Mountin in Chocklate Mts, CA.
				150887 converted to F-8J.  With VF-191 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin due to
					possible engine failure Nov 26, 1972.  Pilot survived.
				150888 converted to F-8J.  Served with VF-53. To MASDC as 2F0332 Nov 5, 1975, to FC0015 same day.
				150891 (VF-211) crashed at unknown location and unknown cause Dec 24, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150896 (VF-111) shot down by MiG-17 gunfire over Ninh Binh, NVN Sept 5, 1966.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				150897 (VF-211) lost power after launch from USS Hancock in Gulf of Tonkin and crashed into water Feb 21, 1965.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				150898 converted to F-8J.  To MASDC as 2F0299 
				150899 (VF-162) damaged by AAA over Gulf of Tonkin Jul 19, 1967.  Pilot attempted emergency landing on USS Bon Homme Richard,
					but the plane hit hard, missed the cables, and went over the side.  Pilot killed.
				150901 (VF-211)  shot down by AAA over Dong Ham, 20 mi NW of Haiphong, NVN May 23, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was 
					rescued by Navy helicopter.
				150902 (VF-162) shot down by small arms fire over Haiphong, North Vietnam Jul 12, 1966.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued.
				150903 converted to F-8J.  To MASDC as 2F0311
				150904 (c/n 254E) seen at Kalamazoo Museum, MI in 2004 painted as 150908
				150905 converted to F-8J.  To MASDC as 2F0306 Jul 4, 2001
				150907 (VF-11) suffered engine failure and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Aug 23, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150908 (VF-162) damaged by MiG-17 gunfire over storage facilities Nam Dinh, 90 mi SW of Hanoi, NVN Jul 14, 1966.
					Pilot attempted to divert to Da Nang, but his midair refuelling system was damaged and he ran out of fuel
					and was forced to eject, and was rescued.
				150909 (VF-194) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Feb 14, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				150910 (VF-162) lost Sep 11, 1967 when ran out of fuel near Duc Pho, SVN.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued.
				150912 (VMF(AW)-235) crashed into mountain 10 mi N of Da Nang, SVN while returning from combat mission
					Oct 2, 1967.  Pilot killed.
				150916 (VF-162) crashed into water after launch from USS Oriskany, Gulf of Tonkin, Jul 20, 1967.  Pilot ejected
					under water and was rescued.
				150917 (VMF(AW)-235) shot down by AAA over Kae Sanh, Quang Tri Province, SVN Jan 9, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was
					rescued.
				150918 converted to F-8J.  To MASDC as 2F0339 Nov 7, 1975, to FC0018 same day.
				150919 (VF-162) shot down by SAM over Co Trai Bridge S of Hanoi, NVN.  Pilot ejected and became POW.  Died in captivity.
				150920 at El Toro MCAS, CA.  Now on display at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar CA.
				150923 converted to F-8J.  With VF-211 shot down by AAA over NVN Jun 20, 1972.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued the next day.
				150924 (VF-162) damaged by AAA over NVN Oct 6, 1966.  Flew out over Gulf of Tonkin but ran out of fuel and pilot
					forced to eject.  Pilot rescued.
				150925 (VF-162) shot down by SAM over NVN Jul 16, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				150926 converted to F-8J.  With VF-194, crashed into Gulf of Tonkin due to fuel
					system malfunction May 21, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				150930 (VF-211) shot down by SAM over Ta Hay Province, NVN May 19, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				150931 (VF-162) destroyed on ground at Bien Hoa AB, SVN in explosion of B-57 loaded with bombs May 16, 1965.
				150932 converted to F-8J.  To MASDC as 2F0315 Sep 15, 1975.
150933/150968		Boeing-Vertol HRB-1 Sea Knight
				Redesignated HH-46A in 1962.
				150933 (c/n 2016) with HMM-164 washed out May 25, 1968 Marble Mountain, Quang Nam, RVN due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				150934 (c/n 2017) with HMM-165 washed out Oct 10, 1968, Marble Mountain, Quang Nam, RVN due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				150935 (c/n 2018) with HMM-164 washed on USS Tripoli Jan 10, 1969 due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				150936 (c/n 2019) crashed in South China Sea off Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Jun 20, 1967 due to power failure.  2 were
					rescued, w were killed.
				150937 (c/n 2020) with HMM-164 shot down by automatic fire in Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Jul 3, 1968.  All 13 onboard
					killed.
				150938 (c/n 2021)  to MASDC as 1J0002 Aug 5, 1971.  Returned to service.  Converted to HH-46A, then to HH-46D. 
					SOC Feb 26, 2003
				150939 (c/n 2022) with HMM-262 damaged Jun 16, 1967, washed out Jun 18, 1967 Marble Mtn, RVN due to excessive damage or
					excessive wear.
				150940 (c/n 2023) to MASDC as 1J0004 Sep 2, 1971.  Sold to Columbia Helicopters Aug 12, 1981
				150941 (c/n 2024) Redesignated CH-46A Jun 6, 1969.
					To MASDC as 1J0034 Jan 10, 1972.  Returned to service, converted
					to HH-46A then to HH-46D. SOC Apr 26, 2005.  On display at Havelock NC visitor center.
				150942 (c/n 2025) converted to CH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0016 Jun 16, 2003.
					SOC Jul 8, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				150943 (c/n 2028) with HMM-265 crashed Jan 29, 1968 Ba Na Mountain, Quang Nam Province, RVN.  All crew survived and
					were rescued.
				150944 (c/n 2029) with HMM-265 shot down by a RPG Feb 1, 1968 9 mi W of Da Nang, Quang Nam Province, RVN.
					All crew survived and were rescued, but one USMC passenger was killed.
				150945 (c/n 2030) with HMM-164 hit by ground fire Feb 20, 1967 and washed out Feb 21, 1967 at Marble Mountain
					Airfield, Quang Nam, RVN due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				150946 (c/n 2031) to MASDC as 1J003 Aug 24, 1971.
				150947 (c/n 2032) redesignated HH-46A Feb 4, 1974.
					converted to HH-46D.  SOC Apr 2, 2003
				150948 (c/n 2033) with HMM-164 washed out Aug 28, 1967, Marble Mountain Airfield, Quang Nam, RVN due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				150949 (c/n 2034) with HMM-265 washed out Jul 16, 1969 Phu Bai, RVN due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				150950 (c/n 2035) rewdesignated HH-46A Sep 5, 1973.   (HC-16) crashed into sea off USS Dwight D. Eisenhower
					Mar 1, 1978.
				150951 (c/n 2036) stored at NAS North Island, CA
				150952 (c/n 2037) at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
					Also listed as being with HMM-265 and hit by RPG while on ground at landing zone in Quang Tri Province, RVN
					May 24, 1968.  Caught fire and burned, but all crew survived and were rescued.
				150953 (c/n 2039) with HMM-164 washed out at Marble Mountain Airfield, Quang Nam, RVN Jan 26, 1967 due to excessive
					battle damage or excessive wear.
				150954 (c/n 2040) redesignated HH-46A Jul 26, 1973.  Converted
					to HH-46D.  Put on display at USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA Dec 7, 2004
				150955 (c/n 2041) with HMM-165 shot down by automatic weapons fire 15 mi W of Ashau Valley, RVN in Sekong Province
					Laos Jun 3, 1967.  2 KIA, 1 rescued, 1 POW.
				150956 (c/n 2042) with HMM-164 hit by artillery rounds while landing in Quang Nam Province, RVN Apr 15, 1968.  Helicopter
					exploded and was destroyed, but all crew survived and were rescued.
				150957 (c/n 2043) converted to CH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0015 Jun 9, 2003.
					SOC Jul 8, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				150958 (c/n 2044)converted to HH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0026 Nov 3, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				150959 (c/n 2045) with HMM-265 washed out Jan 26, 1967, Phu Bai, RVN due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				150960 (c/n 2046) with HMM-164 hit by friendly artillery round at Elephant Valley, Quang Nam Province, RVN Jun 11, 1968.
					and crashed and burned.  3 killed, one survived.
				150961 (c/n 2047) with HMM-265 washed out at Phu Bai Airfield, RVN Jan 19, 1969 due to excessive battle damage or
					excessive wear.
				150962 (c/n 2048, HH-46D) SOC Jun 6, 2003
				150963 (HH-46D, c/n 2049) SOC Apr 14, 2005.  At Craven Community College, Havelock, NC in 2008.
				150964 (c/n 2050) converted to HH-46D.   MCAS Beaufort, SAR flight) ditched Mar 9, 2002.  
					Recovered and SOC Jul 24, 2002
				150965 crashed into ocean while approaching USS Valley Forge off San Diego, California Dec 12, 1966.  All 10
					onboard killed.  Witnesses saw something fly off the aircraft just before it tumbled end-over-end into
					the oceah.
				150965 (c/n 2026)
				150966 (c/n 2027) converted to CH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0021 Aug 4, 2003.
					 SOC Dec 5, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				150967 (c/n 2038)
				150968 (c/n 2051) w/o Aug 15, 1991
150969/150992		North American T3J-1 Sabreliner
				C/n 285-1/24.  Redesignated T-39D in 1962.
				150969 (c/n 285-1) to AMARC as 7T0026 Sep 19, 1990.  Sold to Jet Paqueteria as
					XA-AAJ.  W/o Jun 2, 2003 when roof of hangar at Laredo IAP, TX collapsed
					during a windstorm.
				150971 to MASDC as 7T0001 Nov 5, 1976
				150973 to MASDC as 7T0013 Apr 15, 1985
				150974 to MASDC as 7T0015 Jul 2, 1985
				150975 to MASDC as 7T0007 Mar 12, 1985
				150976 to MASDC as 7T0016 Jul 2, 1985
				150978 to AMARC as 7T0009 Mar 19, 1985, to TG0104 Apr 13, 1998.
				150979 to MASDC as 7T0017 Jul 2, 1985
				150978 to AMARC as TG0104 Apr 13, 1998.  Still on AMARC inventory
					Jan 15,2008, quoted as 99150978 which may mean that it was
					transferred to the USAF.
				150979 to MASDC as 7T0017 Jul 2, 1985.
				150980 to MASDC as 7T0004 Mar 1, 1985
				150981 to MASDC as 7T0012 Mar 26, 1985
				150982 to AMARC as 7T0022 Feb 4, 1986
				150983 to AMARC as 7T0023 Feb 4, 1986
				150984 to MASDC as 7T0010 Mar 20, 1985
				150985 on display at NAS Pensacola, FL.  Registered N32508 November 1992 to NMNA.
					Still displayed on road to NAS Pensacola near Forrest Sherman Field
				150987 modified in 1977 with F-18 nose radome (which it retains) and entire APG-65 
					radar suite plus crew stations for testing and training, in which capacity 
					it served until retirement with last flight 14 July 1989.  Retired to Patuxent River 
					Naval Air Museum, MD in May 1994
				150988 to MASDC as 7T0005 Mar 8, 1985
				150990 to AMARC as 7T0024 Feb 11, 1986
				150991 to MASDC as 7T0003 Jul 27, 1984
				150992 with VT-86 at NAS PNCL
150993/151021		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				Redesignated F-4B-15-MC in 1962
				150993 (c/n 315) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 407
				150994 (c/n 316) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12180, returned.   With VF-92, crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after
					bad launch off USS Enterprise Jun 7, 1968.  Both crew survived.
				150995 (c/n 317) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12181, returned.  Shot down with VF-151 by SA-2 near Phuc Yen,
					North Vietnam Oct 24, 1967.
				150996 (c/n 318) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0068 Oct 20, 1977.  Salvaged Sep 1985.
				150997 (c/n 320) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12182, returned.  With VF-151, shot down by MiG-17 gunfire near
					Haiphong, North Vietnam Nov 19, 1967, crashed at sea.
				150998 (c/n 321) with VMFA-115 crashed into Monkey Mountain, South Vietnam in bad weather Oct 26, 1965.  Both crewmen killed.
				150999 (c/n 322) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12183, returned.  With VF-161, crashed into Pacific Ocean off USS
					Constellation May 19, 1966.
				151000 (c/n 323) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12184, returned.  Upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone.
					Expended in missile test Sep 27, 1988.
				151001 (c/n 325) with VMFA-542 collided near Phu Bai, South Vietnam with KC-130F 149814 of VMGR-152 May 18, 1969.  Both crew killed.
				151002 (c/n 326) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12185, returned.  Upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone.
				151003 (c/n 327) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12186, returned.  Converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0086 Jan 27, 1978.
					Salvaged 1985.
				151004 (c/n 329) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12187, returned.  Upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 403 and 004.
				151005 (c/n 330) with VF-121 lost control and crashed into se off NAS Miramar, California Jul 31, 1963.
				151006 (c/n 331) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12188, returned.  Converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0071 Oct 20, 1977.
					Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990.
				151007 (c/n 333) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12189, returned.  Upgraded to F-4N.  Convered to QF-4N drone.
					Sent to be ground target on Superior Valley Range, California
				151008 (c/n 334) crashed with VF-171 Nov 20, 1978.
				151009 (c/n 336) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12190, returned.  With VF-161, hit Oct 22, 1966 over North 
					Vietnam, crashed into Gulf of Tonkin.  Pilot killed.
				151010 (c/n 337) with VMFAS-542 shot down by 37-mm ground fire over Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos Apr 21, 1966.  Crew survived
				151011 (c/n 338) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12191, returned.  Upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Jun 167, 1982.  Assigned as
					ground trainer at NAS Alameda, California
				151012 (c/n 340) with VMFA-115 crashed into sea off Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam Aug 19, 1969
				151013 (c/n 341) with VF-151 shot down by SAM near Phu Ly/Lac Thuy, North Vietnam Aug 27, 1972.
				151014 (c/n 343) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12192, returned.  With VF-154, shot down by ground fire Dec 2, 1966 
					over North Vietnam.  Plane on display NAS Fallon Airpark marked as 151014 is actually 151510.
				151015 (c/n 344) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0076 Oct 26, 1977.  Sent to be target on Indian Springs Range, Nevada
					Sep 1985.
				151016 (c/n 345) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12193, returned.  Converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0075 Oct 21, 1977.
					Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
				151017 (c/n 347) tempooraily loaned to USAF as 62-12194, returned.  With VF-151, crashed into sea off California Sept 17, 1964.
				151018 (c/n 348) with VF-14 ran out of fuel and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Nov 3, 1966.  Both
					crew recovered.
				151019 (c/n 350) with VF-32 crashed into sea off Brazil Jul 13, 1966
				151020 (c/n 351) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12195, returned.  Caught fire and crashed Sept 30, 
					1967 on takeoff from Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam
				151021 (c/n 353) temporarily loaned to USAF as 62-12196, returned.  SOC Oct 13, 1971.
151022/151261		Douglas A4D-5 Skyhawk 
				151022/151201 c/n 13192/13371 (El Segundo numbers).  151202/151261 cancelled   Redesignated A-4E in 1962.
				151022 (VA-56) rolled off elevator of USS Ticonderoga while loaded with B43 nuclear weapon and sank Dec 5, 1965
					in South China Sea. Pilot was killed.
				151024 (VA-55) shot down by AAA near Red River 12 mi S of Hanoi, North Vietnam Jul 15, 1966.  Pilot ejected 
					and became POW.  Beaten to death Jan 14, 1971.
				151025 (VA-153) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Aug 29, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				151026 (VA-155) shot down by AAA from gunboat Jul 4, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151029 (VMA-211) suffered hydraulic failure while on test flight over South Vietnam Dec 26, 1967.  Pilot survived.
				151030 in 2010 was on display outside Naval Air Museum, Barbers Point, Kalaeloa Airport, Hawaii.
				151032 (VMA-311) shot down by SAM S of Demilitarized Xone, Quang Tri Province, SVN Jul 6, 1967.  Pilot ejected
					and was rescued by helicopter.
				151033 to MASDC as 3A0524 May 4, 1978.  Returned to service.  In 2010 was on display outside museum at NAS Key West, FL.
				151034 (VA-55) shot down over North Vietnam May 2, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				151036 was on display at Hawaii Museum of Flying at NAS Barbers Point.  Moved to Kauai Veteran's Center in Lihue,
					Hawaii
				151037 (VA-55) lost in accident due to engine failure over Gulf of Tonkin Nov 23, 1964.  Pilot ejected and recovered.
				151038 (c/n 13208) to AMARC as 3A0789 Jun 22, 1994.  Noted outside restoration hangar
					at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002 
				151039 (VMA-211) shot down by ground fire over Quang Ngai Province, SVN Apr 12, 1967.  It is believed that
					his bombs might have exploded when hit by ground fire.  Pilot KIA.
				151042 (VMA-211) shot down by small arms fire Feb 21, 1967
				151043 (VMA-311) destroyed on ground at Chu Lai, SVN by VD mortar attack Mar 21, 1969
				151044 w/o Mar 20, 1969
				151047 (VMA-223) shot down by ground fire over Laos Apr 29, 1966.  Pilot KIA
				151049 (VA-93) shot down by SAM near Hung Yen City, Hung Yen Province, North Vietnam May 30, 1967.  
					Pilot ejected and became POW.
				151050 (c/n 13220) to AMARC as 3A0741 Mar 8, 1994
				151054 (VMA-211) suffered engine failure over SVN Jul 24, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151055 (VA-144) lost in engine failure accident Jan 5, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was recovered by Navy helicopter.
				151056 to Israel as 849. Currently stored at Ovda, Israel.
				151057 (VA-55) lost in accident Jun 1, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was recovered.
				151058 (VA-56) shot down by AA over NVN Apr 17, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151060 (VMA-211) destroyed on ground at Chu Lai, SVN by VC mortar attack Mar 21, 1969
				151064 (c/n 13234) to AMARC as 3A0739 Feb 16, 1994.  By 2013 was at Planes of Fame, Chino, California.
				151065 (VA-155) lost in accident Aug 10, 1966.  Pilot killed.
				151067 (VA-163) shot down by AAA Nov 13, 1965 12 mi S of Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam.  
					Pilot Cdr Harry Jenkins ejected and became POW.
				151068 (VA-72) shot down by SAM over Thanh Hoa Province, NVN Dec 14, 1966.  Pilot KIA
				151070 (VA-144) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Apr 27, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
				151073 (VA-192) shot down by SAM over Haiphong, NVN Apr 26, 1967  Pilot KIA
				151074 noted preserved at NAS Atsugi, Japan Oct 2002.  Still guarding the gate there Oct 2012.
				151075 (VA-163) lost in fire on USS Oriskany Oct 26, 1966.
				151076 (VA-93) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam May 24, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151077 (VMA-311) crashed during night bombing mission over SVN Mar 21, 1968.  Pilot survived.
				151080 (VMA-121) shot down by ground fire near A Shau Valley, Thua Thien Province, SVN Jun 9, 1968.
					Pilot ejected but HH-3E rescue helicopter was shot down killing all crew.  Pilot never heard from again.
				151082 (VA-93) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam May 6, 1967.  Pilot ejected and made POW.
				151083 (VA-163) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Nov 17, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				151088 (VMA-211) shot down by ground fire Aug 11, 1967.
				151089 (VA-163) lost in accident Jul 18, 1965.  Pilot killed.
				151090 had been with MARTD at NAS Willow Grove operated by USMC VMA-131
				151091 (VMA-211) suffered engine failure over SVN Jun 21, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151093 (VMA-211) suffered landing gear failure on takeoff at Chu Lai, SVN Jan 15, 1967.  Aircraft DBR.
				151095 in 2010 was on display outside Penie Medical Center, Tokushima, Japan.  Painted as Blue Angels Number 8,
					but never flew with Blue Angels.
				151097 (VMA-223) hit by ground fire and crashed into South China Sea Jan 24, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued
					by US Navy ship.
				151099 (VMA-211) shot down by small arms fire An Loc, SVN Sep 26, 1972.  Pilot ejected and was captured by
					North Vietnamese troops.
				151100 (VA-81) crashed into sea Aug 26, 1965.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
				151102 (VA-212) shot down by SAM Apr 25, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151103 (VA-164) crashed into sea and exploded after launch in Gulf of Tonkin from USS Hancock Feb 8, 1969.  
					Pilot killed.
				151105 (VMA-121) shot down by ground fire near Ba Long, SVN May 5, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by Marine helicopter
				151106 (VA-93) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam May 30, 1967.  Pilot ejected and made POW.
				151108 (VA-192) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam.  Pilot ejected and made POW.
				151109 (VA-72) shot down by AAA 1966, Gulf of Tonkin, pilot rescued.
				151113 (VA-212) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam May 31, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				151115 (VA-72) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Sep 20 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151116 (VA-192) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Apr 25, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151119 (VA-212) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Jul 20, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151122 (VMA-223) wrecked in landing accident at Chu Lai, South Vietnam Oct 21, 1968.  Pilot survived.
				151123 (VMA-223) shot down by ground fire Nov 24/25, 1966.
				151124 (VMA-311) destroyed on ground at Chu Lai South Vietnam in VC mortar attack Mar 21, 1969.  
				151126 (VA-164) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam.  Pilot KIA.
				151127 (VMA-211) destroyed on ground at Chu Lai South Vietnam in VC mortar attack Mar 21, 1969
				151131 (VA-144) lost in accident Aug 10, 1969.  Pilot killed.
				151133 (VA-164) lost in accident Jan 1, 1968.  Pilot rescued.
				151134 (VA-163) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Sept 9, 1965. Pilot Cdr James B. Stockdale ejected 
					safely and became POW.  Plane painted as 151134 on display at NAS Coronado, CA is actually 148516.
				151135 (VMA-311) shot down by small arms  fire 30 mi SW of Hue, South Vietnam Feb 26, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was
					rescued by Marine helicopter.
				151136 (VA-192) shot down by own rockets over North Vietnam Jan 5, 1967.  Pilot
					 LtCdr Richard Stratton ejected and made POW.
				151138 (VA-72) shot down over Haiphong Harbor, 1966.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				151140 (VMA-311) shot down by AAA 12 mi N of Khe Sanh, South Vietnam Jan 21, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was 
					rescued by Marine UH-1E helicopter.
				151142 (VA-86) shot down by ground fire over North Vietnam Nov 1, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151143 (VMA-121) struck ground while on napalm run Jul 27, 1968.
				151144 (VA-23) shot down by ground fire over North Vietnam Jun 2, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				151145 (VA-55) shot down over Laos Apr 30, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151149 (VMA-311) destroyed on ground at Chu Lai, South Vietnam in VC mortar attack Mar 21, 1969
				151150 (VA-23) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Oct 10, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				151152 (VA-164) shot down by AAA over Laos Jan 11, 1968.  Pilot rescued.
				151154 (VA-212) damaged by enemy fire Jun 10, 1967, but landed safely
					on USS BonHomme Richard.
				151158 (VA-23) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Jan 13, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				151159 (VMA-121) destroyed by fire when ran off runway at Chu Lai, SVN and caught fire after aborted
					takeoff Oct 1, 1968.  Pilot survived.
				151160 (VA-106) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Oct 21, 1968.  Pilot MIA.
				151161 (VA-23) shot down by ground fire over North Vietnam Jun 2, 1965.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				151162 (VC-5) crashed Jul 19, 1989.
				151164 to Israeli AF as 825 and stored on range at Ein Yahav in Mar 2013
				151165 (VMA-311) shot down by ground fire Sep 11, 1970.
				151167 (c/n 13337) to AMARC as 3A0735 Oct 4, 1993
				151168 (VA-23) shot down by AAA Jan 15, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				151172 (VA-192) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam.  Pilot ejected safely and was recovered.
				151173 (VA-164) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Oct 31, 1965.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
					Murdered in captivity.
				151175 (VA-164) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Jul 18, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151179 (VA-212) shot down by own rocket exploding prematurely May 1, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151181 (VA-212) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Jul 12, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151183 (VA-212) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam May 31, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151185 (VA-23) shot down by SAM 60 mi S of Hanoi, North Vietnam Aug 11, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				151186 on display at NAS Oceana, VA in VFC-12 markings.
				151188 (VMA-223) shot down by small arms fire over South Vietnam Mar 15, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				151191 (VMA-211) suffered engine failure during takeoff at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Nov 9, 1972.  Pilot ejected
					and survived.
				151192 (VMA-311) had accident during JATP takeoff at Chu Lai, South Vietnam Oct 7, 1965.  Pilot survived.
				151194 to MASDC as 3A0538 Jan 12, 1989.  Put on display at Pacific Coast Air Museum, CA.
				151196 w/o Mar 6, 1968
				151198 (VMA-311) collided in midair with 145096 over A Shau Valley, SVN May 6, 1968.  Both pilots ejected and were rescued.
				151200 (VA-192) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam.  Pilot ejected safely 
					and was recovered. 
				151201 was last assigned BuNo with C/n 13371.  Destroyed by fire with VMA-311 at Chu Lai, South Vietnam Jun 20, 1966.
151262/151263		Lockheed XH-51A
				c/n 1001/1002.  Both were at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL in 1987.
151264/151265		Grumman UF-2 Albatross
				Model G-211.  Ex-USAF HU-16Bs 51-7198 (c/n  263) and 51-7181 (c/n 232) for Thailand under MDAP.  Assigned US Navy serial numbers for
					administrative purposes.
				151264 (c/n 263/21B) ex USAF  51-7198.  To Royal Thai Navy Jun 15, 1962 as 1264; crashed into Luang 
					Sun Mountain, Taiwan Mar 5, 1965, killing all crew
				151265 (c/n 232) ex USAF 51-7181, delivered to Royal Thai Navy Jun 15, 1962 as 1265.  Preserved at entrance 
					to U-Tapao Naval Base, Thailand Apr 1996 and still current.
151266/151298		Bell UH-1E Iroquois
				c/n 6001/6033.  For US Marine Corps
				151266 (c/n 6001) to MASDC as 7H0042 Sep 28, 1976.  To N540GH, N266ET
				151267 (UH-1L: C/n 6002) to MASDC a 7H0147 Sep 1, 1983.  Became N455CC, which registration was cancelled Apr 30, 2003 as 'destroyed'
				151268 (c/n 6003) Noted Mar 2006 at National Museum of Naval
					Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Civil registry N70426
				151271 (c/n 6006) to MASDC as 7H0138 Aug 12, 1983.  To N271GH
				151299 is not a UH-1E according to Bell records.  Next c/n (6034) is BuNo 151840.

151300/151335		Kaman UH-2B Seasprite
				c/n 137/172.  Designation changed to SH-2F
				151300 (c/n 137) with HSL-30 crashed off USS Harkness Jul 30, 1984.
				151303 (c/n 140) to AMARC as 8H0028 Apr 23, 1993
				151304 (c/n 141) to AMARC as 8H0006 Nov 13, 1991
				151305 (c/n 142) to MASDC as 8H0028 Apr 23, 1993.
				151308 (c/n 145) to AMARC as 8H0007 Jan 28, 1992
				151309 (c/n 146) to AMARC as 8H0011 Jun 11, 1992
				151310 (c/n 147) to AMARC as 8H0035.  To Royal Australian Navy as N29-151310.
					Following cancellation of contract Mar 20, 2008, returned
					to Kaman as N705KM, registered Mar 27, 2014.  To Royal New Zealand Navy, 
				151311 (c/n 148) to AMARC as 8H0020 Nov 20, 1992
				151312 (c/n 149) in storage at PNAS as N8064H.  Was on display at
					National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL in 2009.
				151313 (c/n 150, HSL-30) w/o Nov 21, 1989.
				151314 (c/n 151) to AMARC as 8H0005 Oct 8, 1991
				151315 (c/n 152) w/o 1/23/1968.  
				151316 (c/n 153) to AMARC as 8H0037 Jun 17, 1993.  To Royal Australian Navy as spares and ground instruction machine.
				151317 (c/n 154) w/o 2/27/1967.
				151319 (c/n 156) crashed with HSL-17 into sea off Japan Sep 17, 1983.
				151320 (c/n 157) demonished in an accident during a transport mission 40 mi W of Chase Field Sept 1970.
				151321 (c/n 158) to MASDC as 8H0004 May 20, 1978.  At Museum, McMinnville, OR
					Jun 2006.  Civil registry as N8064Z
				151323 (c/n 160) to AMARC as 8H0031 May 21, 1993.  At RNZAF Engineering Training Flight, Woodbourne Dec 2009.
				151325 (c/n 162) w/o 11/25/1985.
				151327 (c/n 164) with HSL-33 Det 5 crashed into Indian Ocean on takeoff from USS Leftwich Aug 18, 1984.
					Two killed.
				151329 (c/n 166) to AMARC as 8H00033.  To Royal Australian Navy as N29-151329.
					Following cancellation of contract Mar 20, 2008, returned to Kaman and registered N424KM Mar 27, 2014.
					To Royal New Zealand Navy
				151330 (c/n 167) to AMARC as IH0046.  To Royal Australian Navy as spares and ground instruction machine.
				151332 (c/n 169) to AMARC as 8H0047 Sep 17, 1993
				151333 (c/n 170) to AMARC as 8H0040 Jul 22, 1993.  Instructional Airframe as 0235G with the RNZAF Ground Training Wing (GTW) 
					Woodbourne.
				151334 (c/n 171) to AMARC as 8H0008 May 5, 1992
				151335 (c/n 172) to AMARC as 8H0017 Aug 28, 1992
151336/151347		North American Rockwell T3J-1 Sabreliner
				Later redesignated T-39D
				151336/151343 c/n 285-25/32
				151344/151347 c/n 285-33/36 cancelled.
				151336 (c/n 285-25) to AMARC as 7T0025 Feb 11, 1986.  Sold to Jett Paqueteria
					as XA-AAH.  W/o Jun 2, 2003 when roof of hangar at Laredo IAP, TX collapsed
					during a windstorm.
				151338 (c/n 285-27) at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, AL since at
					least Oct 2003.
				151339 (c/n 285-28) at Naval Air Museum, Pensacola, FL.
				151340 (c/n 285-29) to AMARC as 7T0018 Jan 22, 1986.  Instructional airframe with Hawkeye Community College,
					Waterloo, Iowa in Aug 2003. 
				151341 (c/n 285-30) to AMARC as 7G0019 Jan 22, 1986
				151342 (c/n 285-31) to AMARC as TG0097 Jan 28, 1986.  Reported to have left AMARC
					July 2004 and gone to Milwaukee Area Technical College, WI
151348			De Havilland U-6 Beaver acquired from U. S. Army
				Probably c/n 1516, MAP delivery to Philippine Navy / Hukbong Dagat Pilipinas as 1516. Crashed Jan 30, 1973 
					at Lamao, Bataan; was ferrying Commodore Rudiano Brown on a field visit.
151349/151360		Lockheed P-3A-35-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5062/5073
				151349 (c/n 185-5062) to AMARC as 2P0016 Oct 24, 1984.  To Kotz Metals, Tucson, AZ Apr 12, 1990, scrapped
				151350 (c/n 185-5063) with VP-6 lost in China Sea Apr 6, 1968, 200 mi off Okinawa.  8 crew lost.
					Aircraft contacted the water and broke into three pieces on
					impact.  2 or 3 crew members survived.
				151351 (c/n 185-5064) assigned to VP-45, coded LN-2 in 1966.  To MASDC as 2P0019 Nov 13, 1984.  
					To Kotz Metals, Tucson, AZ Apr 19, 1990, scrapped.
				151352 (c/n 185-5065) converted to TP-3A.  To AMARC as 2P0180 Jun 5, 1997
				151353 (c/n 185-5066) converted to UP-3A.  To AMARC as 2P0060 Apr 29, 1991
				151354 (c/n 185-5067) converted to UP-3A.  To AMARC as 2P0074 Jan 13, 1992.  
					To Chilean Navy as 405 May 16, 1994 as spare parts source. Dumped at Vina del Mar Jul 1996
				151355 (c/n 185-5068) sold to Aero Union for spare parts Sep 1996.  
				151356 (c/n 185-5069) to AMARC as 2P0025 Jan 9, 1986.  Selected for Brazil as spare parts source.  Delivered as
					FAB7210.  Broken up at Rio de Janeiro-Galeao Int Nov 2010.  Sold for scrap Sep 2013.
				151357 (c/n 185-5070) converted to TP-3A.  From VP-30 to AMARC as 2P0187 Aug 11, 1998.  To Western International 
					Aviatin Dec 13, 2004, cut up for spares.
				151358 (c/n 185-5071) converted to UP-3A.  To MASDC as 2P0020 Apr 25, 1985.  Broken up Mar 11, 2003 and scrapped
				151359 (c/n 185-5072) to AMARC as 2P0024 Jan 8, 1986.  To Aero Union Corp as N184AU Dec 1989.  Later N924AU.  
					Crashed into a mountain in Montana Oct 17, 1991.
				151360 (c/n 185-5073) to AMARC as 2P0059 Apr 17, 1991.  
151361/151376		Lockheed P-3A-40-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5074/5089
				151361 (c/n 185-5074) to MASDC as 2P0011 Jul 11, 1984.  To Aero Union Corp as N183AU, later N925AU
				151362 (c/n 185-5075).  With VP-45 crashed into water near NAS Argentia, Newfoundland Nov 17, 1964.
				151363 (c/n 185-5076).  With VP-45 ran off runway June 2, 1969 at Adak, Alaska.  No one
					was injured, but the plane burned.  SOC Jun 5, 1969.
				151364 (c/n 185-5077) modified as TP-3A trainer.  To AMARC as 2P0167 Aug 22, 1995.  Scrapped at HVF West, Tucson,
					AZ Sep 17, 2008
				151365 (c/n 185-5078).  With VP-4 lost in South China Sea off Japan Apr 28, 1967.
				151366 (c/n 185-5079) to MASDC as 2P0015 Sep 13, 1984.  To Greek Navy Jul 15, 1995.  Noted in use as spares source
					at Tanagra Sep 2005.
				151367 (c/n 185-5080) converted to UP-3A.  Put on display at NAS Keflavik, Iceland.  Cut up into pieces Nov 2005.
				151368 (c/n 185-5081) converted to EP-3A.  To AMARC as 2P0073 Dec 26, 1991.  To UP-3A
				151369 (c/n 185-5082) to MASDC as 2P0014 Aug 30, 1984.  To Aero Union Corp as N182AU, later N927AU
				151370 (c/n 185-5083) modified as TP-3A trainer.  To AMARC as 2P0161 Apr 27, 1995.  Scrapped at HVF West, Tucson,
					AZ Aug 4, 2009.
				151371 (c/n 185-5084) modified as TP-3A trainer.  To AMARC as 2P0179 May 30, 1997
				151372 (c/n 185-5085) to AMARC as 2P0022 Dec 6, 1985.  To Aero Union Corp Dec 1989 as N185AU, later as N923AU
				151373 (c/n 185-5086) scrapped at NADEP Alemada for spare parts
				151374 (c/n 185-5087) on display at NAS Jacksonville, FL.
				151375 (c/n 185-5088) modified as TP-3A trainer.  To AMARC as 2P0162 May 16, 1995
				151376 (c/n 185-5089) modified as TP-3A trainer.  To AMARC as 2P0163 Jun 21, 1995
151377/151396		Lockheed P-3A-45-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5090/5109
				151377 (c/n 185-5090) to Aero Union Sep 1996 for spare parts source
				151378 (c/n 185-5091) to AMARC as 2P0028 Sep 2, 1986
				151379 (c/n 185-5092) converted to TP-3A trainer.  To AMARC as 2P0183 Dec 15, 1997
				151380 (c/n 185-5093) With VP-16, coded LF-8, crashed at Bermuda July 27, 1965.  Aircraft was doing touch
					and go's when it lost 2 engines, faltered, pulled to the right,
					hit the peak of a hill, before cartwheeling into the ocean.  13 killed.
				151381 (c/n 185-5094) W/o with VP-62 in wheels up landing Feb 23, 1978 at Jacksonville IAP
				151382 (c/n 185-5095) converted to TP-3A trainer.  To AMARC as 2P0164 Jan 21, 1995
				151383 (c/n 185-5096) to AMARC as 2P0023 Dec 6, 1985
				151384 (c/n 185-5097) convertted to UP-3A.  To AMARC as 2P0042 Apr 18, 1990.
					To Chilean Navy as 407 Jun 24, 1994.
				151385 (c/n 185-5098) to US Forest Service as N922AU May 1992.  To Aero Union Sep 16, 1996.
					Stored Sep 2011.  To United Aeronautical Corp Nov 9, 2013
				151386 (c/n 185-5099) to MASDC as 2P0010 Jun 15, 1984.  Broken up at AMARC Mar 11, 2003, scrapped
				151387 (c/n 185-5100) to MASDC as 2P0017 Oct 30, 1984.  Purchased by Aero Union as N181AU Sep 27, 1989.
					Later egistered to Aero Union N922AU flying as Tanker 32.  Stored at Sacramento Sep 2011.  To 
					United Aeronautical Corp Nov 9, 2013,  To Buffalo Airways Mar 1, 2014
				151388 (c/n 185-5101) to MASDC as 2P0018 Nov 7, 1984.  Broken up at AMARC, scrapped
				151389 (c/n 185-5102) to MASDC as 2P0013 Jul 31, 1984.  To Greek Navy Nov 2, 1995.  Noted
					in use as spares source at Tanagra Sep 2005.
				151390 (c/n 185-5103) Feb 4, 1985 modified for use by US Customs Service as N15390.  Stored LM Greenville, SC
					May 26, 2019.  Fuselage auctioned off Apr 2013.
				151391 (c/n 185-5104) to AMARC as 2P0027 Feb 19, 1986.  To Aero Union Corp as N180AU, later N900AU.  Stored
					LM Greenville, SC Sep 2011.  To BRB Corp Feb 28, 2013.  To VRB Corp Feb 28, 2013.
					To United Aeronautical Corp Nov 9, 2013
				151392 (c/n 185-5105) modified as TP-3A trainer.  Since Nov 1998 preserved at MCAS Kaneohe Bay
				151393 (c/n 185-5106) to AMARC as 2P0026 Feb 5, 1986.  Broken up at AMARC Mar 11, 2003, scrapped
				151394 (c/n 185-5107) modified as TP-3A trainer.  To AMARC as 2P0160 Apr 27, 1995.  Left AMARC Aug 4, 2009, 
					presumably to disposal.
				159395 (c/n 185-5108) modified for use by US Customs Service as N16295  Stored Mar 31, 2011.  Auctioned off
					and scrapped.
				151396 (c/n 185-5109) to MASDC as 2P0007 Mar 26, 1984.  Broken up at AMARC Mar 11, 2003, scrapped.
151397/151398		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				Redesignated F-4B-15-MC in 1962.
				151397 (c/n 354) with VMFA-122 w/o at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Jun 10, 1971.
				151398 (c/n 356) credited with shooting down MiG-17 over North Vietnam May 10, 1972. Converted to F-4N.  
					To MASDC as 8F0057 Sep 12, 1977.  Salvaged Mar 1993.
151399/151426		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				Redesignated F-4B-16-MC in 1962.
				151399 (c/n 359) with VF-102 crashed into Atlantic Ocean off USS Forrestal Jul 15, 1964
				151400 (c/n 360) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0064 Oct 20, 1977.  Salvaged Mar 1993.
				151401 (c/n 362) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0055 Jul 12, 1977
				151402 (c/n 363) with VF-142 stalled and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin on a training flight Nov 13, 1964
				151403 (c/n 365) of VF-96 flown by Lt JG Terence Murphy and Ensign Ronald Fegan shot down Chinese
					MiG-17 near Hainan Island Apr 9, 1965, then lost in action same day due to gunfire from PLAAF J-5 or
					perhaps due to fratricide from Sparrow fired by another F-4.  Both crewmen killed.
				151404 (c/n 367) with VF-142 shot down near Yen Thanh, North Vietnam by its own errant AIM-9D Sidewinder missile
					Aug 17, 1968.
				151405 (c/n 368) with VMFA-314 crashed into sea off Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam due to battle damage Sep 19, 1969 due to
					battle damage.
				151406 (c/n 370) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 414.  SOC Jun 30, 1990.
				151407 (c/n 372) with VMFA-122 destroyed on ground in VC rocket attack on Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Jan 30, 1968
				151408 (c/n 373) with VF-143 crashed into sea off NAS Miramar, California Apr 22, 1967.
				151409 (c/n 375) with VF-92 crashed Dec 2, 1965 near An Loc, South Vietnam due to premature explosion of its own bombs
					Both crew recovered.
				151410 (c/n 377) with VF-92 shot down by ground fire Mar 20, 1966 near Vinh/HA Tinh/Mu Ron Ra, North Vietnam.  
					Both crew ejected, pilot recovered, RIO captured.
				151411 (c/n 379) with VMFA-314 shot down by ground fire near Ban Vangthon, Laos Feb 24, 1966
				151412 (c/n 380) with VF-141 lost Nov 13, 1964 in non-combat mishap aboard USS Constellation
					I also have this one being shot down by ground fire with VF-92 near Ban Pongong, Laos Dec 8, 1965. Both 
					crewmen killed. Also listed as being with VF-142
				151413 (c/n 382) upgraded to F-4N.  With VMFA-321 crashed near Twenty-Nine Palms, California after collision with
					F-4 152284 Jul 27, 1979.
				151414 (c/n 384) with VMFA-323 shot down near Khe Sanh, South Vietnam Jan 22, 1968.
				151415 (c/n 386) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0157 Feb 6, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone Oct 1986.  Expended
					in missile test Sep 25, 1990
				151416 (c/n 388) with VMFA-542 shot down by ground fire near Dong Hai, North Vietnam Jun 25, 1969.  Both crew survived.
				151417 (c/n 390) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Feb 24, 1984.  Assigned as a ground trainer at NAS Norfolk, Virginia in 1985.
				151418 (c/n 392) with VMFA-122 crashed on takeoff due to a blown tire at Agana AB, Guam Sep 1, 1967.  No fatalities.
				151419 (c/n 394) with VF-142 crashed into South China Sea off the Philippines May 24, 1967.
				151420 (c/n 396) with VMFA-321 w/o in ground accident at NAS North Island, California Jan 16, 1976. 
				151421 (c/n 398) with VMFA-542 damaged by ground fire and crashed into sea off Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Jul 2, 1967.  
					Both crew KIA
				151422 (c/n 400) upgraded to F-4N.  Crashed with VF-101 into Gulf of Mexico Aug 6, 1976
				151423 (c/n 402) with VMFA-323 crashed into sea off Da Nang AB, South Vietnam due to battle damage Oct 29, 1967
				151424 (c/n 404) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F00709 Oct 20, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park in 1981.
					Forward fuselage of 151424 (c/n 404) is in WPAFB Museum, marked as F-4D-31-MC 66-7660.
				151425 (c/n 406) with VF-96 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after bad launch off USS Coral Sea Apr 9, 1965
				151426 (c/n 407) with VMFA-513 crashed on takeoff Jul 1, 1967.
151427/151447		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				Redesignated F-4B-17-MC in 1962.
				151427 (c/n 410) with VMFA-323 caught fire and crashed May 2, 1973.
				151428 (c/n 414) with VF-102 crashed into sea off NAS Oceana, Virginia Dec 29, 1964
				151429 (c/n 416) with VMFA-115 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin due to battle damage Sep 29, 1967
				151430 (c/n 418) converted to F-4N.  Sent to be target on China Lake Ranges, California.
					Spotted at FAE revetment, Airport Lake Range, China Lake, California in Aug 2007.
				151431 (c/n 421) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0141 Nov 16, 1983.  SOC at NAF China Lake, Cailfornia
				151432 (c/n 423) with VF-161 crashed near NAS Fallon, Nevada after collision with F-4 152311 Jan 22, 1966
				151433 (c/n 425) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0072 Oct 20, 1977.  Salvaged Apr 1990
				151434 (c/n 428) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0073 Oct 20, 1977.  Salvaged at Albuquerque, New Mexico Aug 1987.
				151435 (c/n 430) converted to QF-4N drone.  Seen at NAS China Lake in 2008.
				151436 (c/n 432) with VF-154 damaged in accident aboard USS Coral Sea in 1966.  Upgraded to F-4N.  SOC at MCAS
					Cherry Point, North Carolina Aug 7, 1983
				151437 (c/n 436) with VMFA-251 w/o Jul 23, 1970.
				151438 (c/n 438) with VF-96 ran out of fuel and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off USS Enterprise Dec 28, 1965.
				151439 (c/n 441) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0042 Jun 7, 1977.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as
					8F0123 Sep 28, 1983.  Salvaged Sep 1996.
				151440 (c/n 444) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0082 Dec 20, 1977.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Salvaged 1980 at MASDC
				151441 (c/n 446) with VMFA-313 caught fire and crashed in South Vietnam Jan 12, 1969.
				151442 (c/n 448) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC at NAS North Island, California
				151443 (c/n 450) with VF-101 w/o Jun 28, 1972.
				151444 (c/n 452) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0111 Jul 23, 1982.  Salvaged
				151445 (c/n 454) salvaged at NAS North Island, California Oct 1977
				151446 (c/n 456) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0143 Nov 17, 1983.  Salvaged
				151447 (c/n 457) destroyed on ground in VC rocket attack on Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Jan 3, 1968
151448/151472		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				Redesignated F-4B-18-MC in 1962.
				151448 (c/n 460) upgraded to F-4N.  With MAG-11, crashed into Gulf of Mexico Aug 29, 1977
				151449 (c/n 464) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Sent to be target on Superior Valley Range, California
				151450 (c/n 470) crashed near Phu Bai, South Vietnam afer collision with KC-130F 149814 and F-4 151001 May 18, 1969
				151451 (c/n 474) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0065 Oct 20, 1977.  Returned to service.  Crashed near Brownswood/Dallas,
					Texas Sep 8, 1981.
				151452 (c/n 477) upgraded to F-4N.  Crashed with VMFA-531 near Tonopah, Nevada Jun 21, 1977.
				151453 (c/n 480) with VMFA-314 crashed into sea off Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam due to battle damage Mar 4, 1966.
				151454 (c/n 484) with VMFA-122 crashed near Quang Tri, South Vietnam Feb 12, 1970
				151455 (c/n 487) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Sent to be target on Superior Valley Range, California Sep 1982
				151456 (c/n 490) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC at NAS Norfolk, Virginia Sep 7, 1983.
				151457 (c/n 493) with VMFA-542 crashed after taking off from Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam Oct 19, 1967.  Both crew killed.
				151458 (c/n 497) collided in midiar with DC-9 N9345 of Hughes Air West near
					Duarte, CA Jun 6, 1971. Both aircraft crashed, killing all 49
					occupants of the DC-9 and pilot of F-4 (whose canopy would not
					jettison).  Navigator of F-4 ejected safely.
				151459 (c/n 500) upgraded to F-4N.  W/o at NAS Miramar, Californiia Nov 3, 1978.  Salvaged at NAS North Island, California 1989.
				151460 (c/n 503) with VMFA-531 w/o at NAS Atsugi, Japan Jul 31, 1964
				151461 (c/n 507) converted to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 45.  Expended in missile test Feb 22, 1996.
				151462 (c/n 511) with VMFA-314 w/o at MCAS Yuma, Arizona Apr 10, 1973.
				151463 (c/n 514) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0151 Jan 26, 1984  Converted to QF-4N as 44 Jan 1989. Expended in
					missile test May 14, 1993.
				151464 (c/n 517) upgraded to F-4N.  W/o with VMFA-323 on USS Coral Sea Feb 19, 1980
				151465 (c/n 520) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0155 Feb 2, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  SOC off charge at MCAS
					Cherry Point, North Carolina Aug 19, 1988.
				151466 (c/n 524) with VF-101 caught fire and crashed Feb 8, 1968.
				151467 (c/n 528) with VMFA-115 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin due to battle damage Jul 4, 1968.
				151468 (c/n 531) upgraded to F-4N.  W/o with VMFA-323 at MCAS El Toro, California
				151469 (c/n 535) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0146 Jan 16, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 146.
					Expended in missile test Nov 17, 1994.
				151470 (c/n 539) with VF-31 crashed into sea after bad launch off USS Saratoga Jan 20, 1975.
				151471 (c/n 543) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Sent to be target on Superior Valley Range, California
					Sep 1982.
				151472 (c/n 546) with VMFA-15 crashed near Da Nang AB, South Vietnam after midair collision with VNAF O-1 Apr 27, 1972.
151473/151497		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom
				Redesignated F-4B-19-MC in 1962
				151473 (c/n 550) converted to YF-4J prototype.  Converted to DF-4J.  Put into storage at NAS Point Mugu, California. 
					SOC Jan 9, 2003
				151474 (c/n 554) with VMFA-513 w/o Feb 19, 1969
				151475 (c/n 558) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  SOC Apr 26, 1982.
				151476 (c/n 563) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0161 Feb 10, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Expended in
					missile test Aug 11, 1993.
				151477 (c/n 566) converted to F-4N.  SOC at NAS North Island, California May 27, 1983
				151478 (c/n 571) with VMFA-122 shot down near Dai Lanh/An Hoa, South Vietnam Jun 7, 1970.
				151479 (c/n 575) with VF-31 crashed on takeoff from NAS Oceana, Virginia Sep 17, 1965.
				151480 (c/n 580) with VMFAT-101 crashed on Yuma Gunnery Range, Arizona Feb 12, 1976.
				151481 (c/n 583) with VF-21 crashed into sea off USS Midway Mar 17, 1965
				151482 (c/n 587) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0120 Sep 8, 1983.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 148.  Expended
					in missile test Jul 20, 2004.
				151483 (c/n 591) with VMFA-531 exploded and crashed near MCAS El Toro, California Jul 7, 1969
				151484 (c/n 597) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0156 Feb 2, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone Mar 1990
				151485 (c/n 602) with VF-92 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin due to battle damage May 7, 1968.
				151486 (c/n 605) with VMFA-323 crashed into sea after takeoff from Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam due to systems failure Apr 18, 1967.
				151487 (c/n 610) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0048 Jul 1, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990.
				151488 (c/n 614) flown by Cdr Thomas C. Page and Lt. John C. Smith, Jr of VF-21 shot down MiG-17
					near Haiphong June 17, 1965.  First kill of North Vietnamese aircraft.  With VF-161 shot down by ground
					fire near Hanoi, North Vietnam Nov 17, 1967.
				151489 (c/n 619) converted to F-4N.  On display at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.  Also reported as having crashed into the
					Pacific Ocean off USS Coral Sea Jun 10, 1982.
				151490 (c/n 623) with VMFA-312 flamed out and crashed near MCAS Yuma, Arizona Mar 7, 1967
				151491 (c/n 628) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0077 Nov 3, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990
				151492 (c/n 633) with VF-21 shot down by ground fire near Kien An, North Vietnam Dec 16, 1967
				151493 (c/n 637) collided with F-4 152984 over Gulf of Tonkin while operating from VF-92 from USS Enterprise 
					Apr 4, 1967.  One crewman killed and one recovered from each aircraft
				151494 (c/n 641) with VF-84 shot down by AAA over Thai Nguyen, North Vietnam Oct 17, 1965.
				151495 (c/n 646) with VF-31 w/o at NARF North Island, California Jun 30, 1976.  Salvaged Oct 1977.
				151496 (c/n 650) converted to YF-4J prototype.  Converted to DF-4J drone, then to NF-4J.  WFU at NAF China Lake,
					California Apr 1986.
				151497 (c/n 655) converted to YF-4J prototype. Tto MASDC as 8F0033 Jan 16, 1975.  Displayed at Pima Air and Space 
					Museum, Tucson, AZ.
151498/151519		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				Redesignated F-4B-20-MC in 1962
				151498 (c/n 659) upgraded to F-4N.  Crashed into sea with VMFA-314 off NAS Point Mugu, California Oct 20, 1977.
				151499 (c/n 662) with VF-154, USS Constellation collided in midair with 151506 Jan 10, 1968, South
					China Sea.  All four crewmen were rescued 
				151500 (c/n 664) credited with shooting down MiG-17 over North Vietnam Jul 13, 1966.  Shot down with VMFA-115 near
					Saravan, Laos May 23, 1968
				151501 (c/n 666) with VMFA-312 crashed into sea off Puerto Rico Feb 10, 1969.
				151502 (c/n 667) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0085 Jan 17, 1978
				151503 (c/n 670) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0162 Feb 10, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Salvaged at MCAS
					Cherry Point, North Carolina.
				151504 (c/n 674) converted to F-4N.  SOC 
				151505 (c/n 678) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Oct 25, 1965.
				151506 (c/n 682) with VF-154, USS Constellation collided in midair with 151499 Jan 10, 1968, South
					China Sea.  All four crewmen were rescued 
				151507 (c/n 687) with VMFA-542 shot down by small arms fire near Da Nang, South Vietnam May 23, 1968.  Crew survived.
				151508 (c/n 692) with VMFA-115 destroyed on ground at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam in VC rocket attack Jan 31, 1969.
				151509 (c/n 696) with VMFA-314 crashed into sea off Hiroshima, Japan Apr 27, 1966.
				151510 (c/n 700) modified to F-4N.  Preserved in 1989 at Luke AFB falsely marked as USAF F-4C 63-7411.  
					Now preserved at NAS Fallon Airpark marked as 151014.
				151511 (c/n 703) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC at NAS North Island, California.  Assigned as ground trainer at NAS San
					Diego, California
				151512 (c/n 707) with VMFA-542 shot down by ground fire near Khe Sanh, South Vietnam Mar 3, 1067.  Pilot survived, RIO KIA
				151513 (c/n 712) with VMFA-531 crashed into sea off California Mar 31, 1982.
				151514 (c/n 716) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0136 Oct 21, 1983.  Salvaged
				151515 (c/n 721) shot down by AAA near Thai Nguyen/Lang Son, North Vietnam Oct 17, 1965.
				151516 (c/n 724) with VF-14 crashed into Mediterranean Sea off USS Franklin D Roosevelt Sep 1, 1965
				151517 (c/n 728) with VF-14 crashed into sea off USS Franklin D Roosevelt Jan 28, 1966.
				151518 (c/n 732) With VMFAT-201 crashed on takeoff from MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Feb 3, 1969
				151519 (c/n 736) upgraded to F-4N.  W/o with VF-202 at NAS Dallas, Texas Sep 2, 1978
151520/151521		Bell X-22A
				151520 damaged in accident at Wheatfield, NY Aug 18, 1966 due to hydraulic failure.
					Grounded to serve as a spare parts source for 151521.  Forward fuselage now with
					National Warplane Museum.
				151521 on loan to Niagra Aerospace Museum from National Museum of Naval Aviation.  Noted 1977 at 
					Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society Museum, NY.
151522/151557		Sikorsky HSS-2 Sea King
				Redesignated SH-3A in 1962.
				151523,151527,151529,151532,151533,151536,151539,151544,
					151545,151547,151554,151555 converted to SH-3G.
				151524,151525,151526,151528,151535,151541,151543,151544,
					151546,151549,151550,151551 converted to SH-3H.
				151549,151550,151551 converted to UH-3H
				151522 (c/n 61217) w/o Oct 23, 1967
				151523 (c/n 61226) converted to SH-3G.   To AMARC as 9H0038 Nov 2, 1992
				151524 (c/n 61227) converted to SH-3H.  (HS-7) crashed into Indian Ocean Mar 26, 1982.
					Crew rescued
				151525 (c/n 61228) converted to SH-3H.  (HS-7) took off from USS John F. Kennedy and lost power and hit 
					water sometime in 1990 or 1991.  All crew rescued.
				151526 (c/n 61229) converted to SH-3H.  w/o Jul 23, 1989.
				151527 (c/n 61230) converted to SH-3G. converted to SH-3G
				151528 (c/n 61231) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H.  SOC Aug 17, 2005
				151529 (c/n 61232) converted to SH-3G.  With Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA Sept 1992, still 
					there May 17, 2001.  to N8170V
				151530 (c/n 61233) w/o May 21, 1967
				151531 (c/n 61235) converted to HH-3A.  W/o Dec 26, 1972 when hit mountain, all 5 on onboard survived.
					Became training airframe at NAS North Island.
				151532 (c/n 61236) converted to SH-3G.  Noted at Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA May 17, 2001.
				151533 (c/n 61237) converted to SH-3G.  To AMARC as 9H0072 Apr 6, 1994  Reported as range target at China Lake in
					March 2005.
				151534 (c/n 61238) w/o Feb 8, 1969
				151535 (c/n 61239) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H.  SOC Jan 17, 2006.  To N349FC
				151536 (c/n 61241) converted to SH-3G.  To MASDC as 9H0004 May 2, 1977, returned to service.  Back to 
					AMARC as 9H0073 Apr 6, 1994.
				151537 (c/n 61243)
				151538 (c/n 61247) w/o Jul 19, 1967
				151539 (c/n 61244) converted to SH-3G.  Named “Stealth Duck” with HC-2 in October 1990.
				151540 (c/n 61246) w/o Jan 9, 1967 
				151541 (c/n 61248) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0081 Aug 29, 1994
				151542 (c/n 61250) w/o Oct 8, 1964.
				151543 (c/n 61251) converted to SH-3H.  w/o May 30, 1986
				151544 (c/n 61252) converted to SH-3G.  W/o Oct 30, 1978.
				151545 (c/n 61254) converted to SH-3G.  To AMARC as 9H0070 Mar 24, 1994
				151546 (c/n 61255) converted to SH-3G.  Seen at Gregory, TX Nov 2007
				151547 (c/n 61259) converted to SH-3G.  To AMARC as 9H0034 Jun 30, 1992
				151548 (c/n 61261) converted to SH-3G.  Noted at Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA Sep 1992, still there May 17, 2001.
				151549 (c/n 61262) converted to SH-3H, then to UH-3H.  (HC-2) reported WFU Jan 27, 2006.  SOC Apr 7, 2006
				151550 (c/n 61263) converted to SH-3G.  SOC Oct 22, 1009.  To Peruvian Navy as HM-493
				151551 (c/n 61265) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H.  SOC Mar 1, 2005
				151552 (c/n 61272) converted to HH-3A.  Now on civil registry as N81697
				151553 (c/n 61273) converted to HH-3A.  To AMARC as 9H0017 May 22, 1990
				151554 (c/n 61274) converted to SH-3G.  To AMARC as 9H0071 Apr 6, 1994
				151555 (c/n 61291) converted to SH-3G.  To AMARC as 9H0036 Sep 21, 1992
				151556 (c/n 61292) converted to HH-3A.  Now at American Helicopter Museum, West Chester, PA
				151557 (c/n 61293)
151558/151612		Grumman A2F-1 Intruder
				Model G-128Q.  151558/151600 c/n I-40/82.  151601/151612 cancelled
				Redesignated A-6A in 1962
				151566, 151568, 151570, 151572, 151575, 151576, 151579/151583, 151589 modified as KA-6D tanker.
				151558/151565, 151591 modified as A-6B defense suppression aircraft.
				151558, 151562, 151564, 151565, 151573, 151591/151593 brought up to A-6E standards.
				151595/151600 converted to EA-6A
					151597 noted at Hardwood Weapons Range, Wisconsin in Aug 2001.
				151558 converted to A-6E.  To MASDC as 5A0022 Mar 26, 1979.  Returned to service, sunk for use as artificial reef
				151560 converted to A-6B.  With VA-196 crashed into sea after launch from USS Constellation in Gulf of Tonkin
					Aug 20, 1968.  Both crew ejected and were rescued.
				151561 converted to A-6B.  With VA-85 shot down by SAM over Vinh Son Area 20 mi NW of Vinh, Nghe An Province,
					North Vietnam Aug 28, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
				151562 sunk for use as artificial reef
				151564 (A-6E) to MASDC as 5A0013 Dec 19, 1976.  Returned to service.  Back to AMARC as 5A0159 Jul 6, 1995.  
					SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				151565 sunk for use as artificial reef
				151568 delivered May 1964 as A-6A.  Modified by Grumman in 1977 as a test-bed for the Circulation Control
					Wing.  Rebuilt in 1980 as KA-6D.  To AMARC as 5A0054 Nov 28, 1990
				151573 (A-6E) to MASDC as 5A0014 Dec 19, 1978, returned to service.  Back to AMARC as 5A0149 Jan 18, 1995.  SOC Mar 16, 1999
				151577 (VA-75) shot down by AAA near Thanh Hoa City, Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam Jul 18, 1965.  Both crew
					ejected and became POW.
				151578 (VMA-242) suffered wing structural failure and crashed South Vietnam May 1, 1968.  Both crew ejected and survived.
				151579 modified as KA-6D tanker.  Is gate guard at NAS Oceana, but appearing as A-6E TRAM. 
				151581 (KA-6D) to AMARC as 5A0064 Apr 8, 1993
				151585 (VA-75) destroyed July 24, 1965 over Laos by premature detonation of its own bombs.  Both crew ejected and
					were rescued.
				151587 (VA-85) hit by ground fire over Bac Giant Thermal Power Plant, Bac Giang Province, North Vietnam Mar 24, 1967.
					Both crew KIA.
				151588 (VA-75)  hit by AAA over Ninh Binh Province North Vietnam Sept 17, 1965, or may have flown into the
					water while attacking Swatow patrol boats at night.  Crashed into Gulf of Tonkin.  Both crew KIA.  
				151590 (VA-85) shot down by AAA 6 mi from Dong Phong Thuong Transportation Complex, Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam 
					Jan 19, 1967.  One crewman ejected and cecame POW. Other crewman KIA.
				151591 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0202 Jul 9, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				151592 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0127 Aug 15, 1994
				151593 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0169 Sep 20, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2000
				151595 converted to EA-6A.  Lost near NKT May 27, 1972 due to fuel malfunction.  Both crewmen ejected safely.
				151596 converted to EA-6A.  To NAS Patuxent River tor trials Oct 1965.  Last user was VAQ-209
				151597 converted to EA-6A. To VMCJ-2, in Vietnam Jan 1967.  To MASDC as 5A0029 Feb 20, 1980.  Returned to service.
					Retired by VAQ-33 in 1993.  Used as target or training aid at Hardwood Weapons Range, Volk Field,
					Wisconsin
				151598 (c/n I-80, EA-6A) delivered to VMCJ-2 Feb 3, 1966.  To Vietnam.  Retired from VAQ-33 and sent to AMARC 
					as 5A0072 Jul 6, 1993
				151599 (c/n I-81, EA-6A) delivered to VMCJ-2 Jan 1967.  To AMARC as 5A0075 Jul 16, 1993
				151600 converted to EA-6A.  To MASDC as 5A0005 Jun 31, 1976.  Returned to service.  Last unit was VAQ-33.
151613/151614		Sikorsky YCH-53A Sea Stallion
				c/n 65-001/002
				151614 modified to CH-53G as N6983R.
151615/151634		North American RA-5C Vigilante
				c/n NA283-21/40.
				151615 (RVAH-1) shot down by AAA over Haiphong, North Vietnam Oct 20, 1965.  Both crew ejected and were made POW.
				151618 (RVAH-6) shot down by AAA over Than Hoa City, Than Hoa Province, North Vietnam May 7, 1972.  Both crew
					ejected and became POW.
				151619 (RVAH-1) arrester cable broke while landing on USS Independence in Gulf of Tonkin Jul 20, 1965.  Aircraft
					went into water and sank.  Both crew killed.
				151623 (RVAH-7) shot down by AAA off coast of Ninh Binh Province, North Vietnam Feb 12, 1967.  Both crew ejected
					and were rescued, one by USAF HU-16 and the other by Navy UH-2 helicopter.
				151624 (RVAH-13) shot down by AAA 15 mi NE of Haiphong, North Vietnam Dec 20, 1965.  Both crew killed.
				151625 (RVAH-13) shot down by AAA Feb 3, 1966 off coast of Nghe An Province, North Vietnam.  Crew ejected.  
					Both crew POW.  RAN killed by his captors.
				151627 (RVAH-13) shot down by AAA Mar 9, 1967 15 mi NE of Than Hoa City, Than Hoa Province, North Vietnam.  
					RAN was rescued by helicopter.  Presumably pilot was POW, North Vietnamese claim he was dead when found.
				151628 to MASDC as 4A0010 Oct 30, 1970
				151629 to MASDC as 4A0016 Sep 1, 1971.  Now on display at Fred 
					E. Weisbrod Aircraft/International B-24 Museum, Pueblo, CO
				151632 (RVAH-13) shot down by SAM 5 mi E of Hai Doung Railroad Bridge in Hai Doung Province,
					North Vietnam Dec 22, 1965.  Navigator ejected and became POW, pilot KIA.
				151633 (RVAH-7) shot down by small arms fire over South Vietnam Dec 15, 1965.  Able to make it to
					Gulf of Tonkin where crew ejected and were rescued.
				151634 (RVAH-7) shot down by AAA over Tuyen Quang City, Tuyen Quang Province, North Vietnam Aug 13, 1967.
					Crew ejected and became POW.
151635/151637		Sikorsky SH-3A Sea King
				Cancelled contract
151638/151685		Grumman S2F-3S Tracker
				Model G-121.  Redesignated S-2E in 1962.
				151638 (c/n 171C) to Venezuelan Navy in 1974 as ARV-0106
				151639 (c/n 172C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-639.  WFU in 1976.
				151640 to MASDC as 1S0401 May 18, 1973.  Registered N513DF to US Forestry Commission Aug 21, 1996.
					Registration N438DF issued Feb 14, 2003 to 'Marsh Aviation S-2F3AT c/n 0229-003'.
				151644 to MASDC as 1S0421 Aug 20, 1973.  To South Korea
				151646 (c/n 179C) ditched in Long Island Sound during pre-delivery flight to US Navy.  Not flown again.  
					Probably arrived in Australia No 7, 1966 and dropped into Sydney Harbor when a sling broke.  Taken to
					Nowra.  To Royal Australian Navy as N12-151646 for maintenance training.  Nose section on display
					at Fleet Air Arm Museum, Nowra, NSW at HMAS Albatross 
				151647 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Damaged
					by Hurricane Ivan Sep 15/16, 2004.
				151649 (c/n 182C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-649.  WFU in 1976
				151650 (c/n 183C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-650.  WFU 1976.
				151651 (c/n 184C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-651.  WFU
				151652 (c/n 185C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-652.  WFU.
				151654 (c/n 187C) to MASDC as 2S0338 Dec 30, 1970.  To civil registry as N515DF.  
					Re-registered N444DF Jun 2002.
				151655 (c/n 188C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-655.  WFU.
				151656 to MASDC as 1S0430 Jan 15, 1973.  To Taiwan
				151657 on display at USS Yorktown, Patriots Point, Charleston, SC.
				151661 to MASDC as 1S0431 Oct 17, 1973.  To Taiwan.
				151662 to MASDC as 1S0468 Jun 21, 1974.
				151663 (c/n 196C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-663.  Stored at Erkilet.
				151664 (c/n 197C) at Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, NY Jan 2007.  Prior to 2007 was on display at
					Intreprid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York City.  In 2013 was derelict at NAS Floyd Bennett Field, New York.
				151666 to MASDC as 1S0460 May 24, 1974.  To Taiwan.
				151667 modified to ES-2D for special electronics operations and development work.  
					To MASDC as 1S0756 Oct 10, 1980.  To N667MA
				151668 (c/n 201C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-668.  WFU 1994.
				151669 to MASDC as 1S0461 May 24, 1974.  To Taiwan Navy
				151673 (c/n 206C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-673.  WFU Jan 20, 1991 and dumped.
				151679 (c/n 212C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-679.  Preserved at Anadolu.
				151681 (c/n 213C) to Venezuelan Navy as AS-0108 in 1974.
151686/151701		Sikorsky CH-53A Sea Stallion
				c/n 65-003/018
				151686 on display at Naval Air Test and Evaluation Museum, Patuxent, MD.
				151687 to MASDC as AN2J0017 May 21, 1974.  Returned to service.  Seen on ramp at Naval Air Technical Training Center, NAS
					Pensacola in June 2004
				151688 (c/n 65-005) to AMARC as 2J0048 Jul 30, 1991.  to Israel in 1993
				151689 to MASDC as 1J0027 Dec 23, 1974.  Returned to service
				151690 (c/n 65.007) to AMARC as 2J0052 Dec 13, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				151692 to MASDC as 2J0003 Jan 31, 1972.  Returned to service. In 2010 was on display outside Marine Corps Air
					Facility, Quantico, VA
				151695 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				151696 (c/n 65-013) to MASDC as 2J0028 Dec 27, 1974.  Returned to service
					To Israel Aug 31, 1993
				151698 to MASDC as 2J0020 Sep 10, 1974.  Returned to service.
				151699 at El Dorado Aircraft Supplies.
				151700 to MASDC as 2J0011 May 3, 1972.  Returned to service.
				151701 to MASDC as 2J0018 Sep 3, 1974.  Returned to service
151702/151725		Grumman E-2A Hawkeye
				Model G-123.  C/n 22/45.  All later modified as E-2B.
				151702 (c/n 22) converted to E-2B.  To MASDC as 2E0012 Dec 19, 1984.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151703 (c/n 23) w/o Oct 29, 1975, taxied into fire bottle
				151705 (c/n 25) w/o Aug 8, 1972, encountered control problems en-route to Japan
				151706 (c/n 26) converted to E-2B.  To MASDC as 2E0010 Apr 21, 1983.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151709 (c/n 29) converted to E-2B.  To MASDC as 2E0014 Sep 9, 1985.  To Republic of China AF as 2501 1995.
					Noted March 2002 with serial 2502.
				151710 (c/n 30) converted to E-2B.  TO MASDC as 2E0015 Sep 25, 1985.  To Republic of China AF as 2504.
				151711 (c/n 31) w/o Apr 8, 1970, hydraulic fire
				151713 (c/n 33) in use with USN Fire school at Memphis NAS, Tennessee in Apr 1993.  Seen on ramp at Naval Air 
					Technical Training Center, NAS Pensacola in June 2004
				151715 (c/n 35) converted to E-2B.  To MASDC as 2E0009 Apr 21, 1983.
				151716 (c/n 36) converted to E-2B.  To MASDC as 2E0003 Jun 18, 1982
				151717 (c/n 37) converted to E-2B.  To MASDC as 2E0013 Jul 17, 1985.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151719 (c/n 39) converted to E-2B.  w/o Jun 11, 1971
				151720 (c/n 40) converted to E-2B.  To AMARC as 2E0017 Dec 17, 1985.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151721 (c/n 41) converted to E-2B.  With VAW-115, in midair collision with A-7 Oct 18, 1971 
				151722 (c/n 42) converted to E-2B.  To MASDC as 2E0007 Apr 14, 1983.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151723 (c/n 43) SOC after arresting wire failure Dec 14, 1967.
				151724 (c/n 44) converted to E-2B.  To MASDC as 2E0020 Sep 24,1986.  To Republic of
					China AF as 2503 1995.
				151725 (c/n 45) converted to E-2B.  To MASDC as 2E0004 Jun 22, 1981.  SOC Nov 9, 1994
151726/151728		North American RA-5C Vigilante
				c/n NA283-41/43
				151726 to MASDC as 4A0014 Aug 19, 1971
151729/151731		Sikorsky SH-34J Seabat
				151729 (c/n 58-1590) to German Navy as SC+263, then WD+403, then 8201.
					To civil registry as ZS-HGL
				151730 (c/n 58-1602) to German Navy as SC+264, then WD+404, then 8202.
				151731 (c/n 58-1619) to German Navy as SC+265, then WD+405, then 8203.
151732/151775		Vought F-8E(FN) Crusader 
				For French Navy.  151774/151775 cancelled
				151732 on display at aircraft museum in grounds of Chateau de
					Savigny-les-Beaune, France, painted as 150879 in VF-162 colors.
				151736 (c/n EFN05/1218) crashlanded at Landivisiau Nov 6, 1997.
				151738 (c/n EFN07/1224) stored at Landisvisiau
				151741 (FN 10) now in Musee de l'Air, Le Bourget AP, Paris.
				151754 (c/n EFN23/1240) stored at Landivisiau
				151765 (c/n 1251) to French Navy as 34.  Registered N3512Z Aug 31, 2007.
				151768 (c/n EFN37/2154) dumped at Cuers
151776/151779		Cessna O-1C
				c/n 305M-0080/0083.  For South Korea.  Assigned USAF serials 63-12741/12744 for 
					administrative purposes.
151780/151827		Grumman A-6A Intruder
				c/n I-83/130
				151783, 151787, 151789, 151791/151793, 151795, 151796, 151801, 151806, 151808/151810,
					151813, 151814, 151818, 151819, 151821, 151823/151827 converted as KA-6D tanker.
				151820 modified as A-6B defense suppression aircraft.
				151782, 151784, 151790, 151802, 151804, 151807,151811/151812, 151814, 151820 brought up to
					A-6E standards.
				151781 (VA-85) shot down by SAM 30 mi NW of Haiphong, North Vietnam Dec 21, 1965.  Bothe crew KIA.
				151782 to MASDC as 5A0038 Apr 28, 1980.  Updated to A-6E and returned to service.
					SOC Nov 1, 1995 and put in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.  Now on 
					display at USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA, on loan from National Museum of Naval
					Aviation.
				151784 sunk for use as artificial reef
				151785 (VA-85) hit by AAA over Vinh, North Vietnam and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Apr 22, 1966.  Both crew KIA.
				151788 (VA-85) hit over mouth of Song Ca River, N of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam and crashed into
					Gulf of Tonkin Apr 27, 1966.  Both crew ejected and were rescued by SH-3 helicopter.
				151790 (A-6E) MASDC as 5A0049 Apr 10, 1981.  Returned to service.  Back to AMARC as 5A0115 Jul 20, 1994
				151794 (VA-85) hit by ground fire over North Vietnam and crashed at sea Apr 17, 1966.  Both crew ejected and were
					rescued by USAF HU-16.
				151797 (VA-85) destroyed by blast of its own bombs over Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam Feb 18, 1966.  Both
					crew KIA.
				151798 (VA-85) shot down by automatic weapons fire while attacking Tan Loc Barracks and Supply Area, North Vietnam 
					Apr 21, 1966.  Both crew KIA
				151800 (VA-85) unable to refuel from tanker and ran out of fuel over Gulf Of Tonkin May 15, 1966.  Both crew
					ejected and were rescued by Navy helicopter.
				151801 (KA-6D) to AMARC as 5A0056 Dec 8, 1990
				151802 (A-6E) to MASDC as Mar 29, 1979, returned to service.  Back to AMARC as 5A0231 Dec 4, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				151807 to MASDC as 5A0024 Apr 16, 1979.  Returned to service.  Sunk for use as artificial reef
				151808 (KA-6D) to AMARC as 5A0066 Apr 9, 1993
				151811 (A-6E) to MASDC as 5A0021 Feb 16, 1979.  Returned to service.  Back to AMARC as 5A0144 Jan 13, 1995
				151812 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0107 Jul 13, 1994
				151816 (VA-65) hit AAA while attacking Hoi Thuong Barracs, North Vietnam and crashed at sea Jun 25, 1966. Both crew
					ejected.  One was rescued by Navy helicopter, but one was killed by mortar fire from the beach.
				151820 (A-6B) sunk for use as artificial reef
				151822 (VA-65) shot down by AAA 20 mi NW of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Aug 27, 1966.  Both crew ejected
					and became POW.
				151826 (KA-6D) was on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
					In 2008 was at USS Alabama Museum
				151827 (KA-6D) to AMARC as 5A0060 Jan 31, 1992.
151828/151839		Grumman EA-6A
				Cancelled contract
151840/151887		Bell UH-1E Iroquois
				C/n 6035/6082.  For USMC.  Bell records have these as being 6034/6081.  The numbers listed below are the Bell numbers.
				151840 (c/n 6034) w/o Oct 25, 1966
				151841 (c/n 6035) 
				151842 (c/n 6036) w/o Aug 18, 1967
				151843 (c/n 6037) with VMO-2 w/o Oct 28, 1965 at Marble Mountain base in Viet Cong attack
				151844 (c/n 6038) with VMO-2 w/o Oct 28, 1965 at Marble Mountain base in Viet Cong attack
				151845 (c/n 6039) with HML-167 W/o May 7, 1970
				151846 (c/n 6040) to MASDC as 7H0035 Jul 14, 1976.  Returned to service.
				151847 (c/n 6041) with VMO-2 w/o Dec 9, 1965.
				151848 (c/n 6042) to AMARC as 7H0172 Oct 8, 1986
				151849 (c/n 6043) crashed NAS Jacksonville, FL Oct 23, 1968
				151850 (c/n 6044) with VMO-2 w/o Oct 28, 1965 at Marble Mountain base in Viet Cong attack
				151851 (c/n 6045)  to MASDC as 7H0050 Feg 2, 1977, back to service.  To MASDC as 7H0148 Sep 1, 1983.  To N9770N, ZK-HUE
				151852 (c/n 6046) with VMO-6 w/o Apr 5, 1967
				151853 (c/n 6047) to AMARC as 7H0168 Sep 15, 1986
				151856 (c/n 6050) w/o Oct 15, 1969
				151857 (c/n 6051) to MASDC as 7H0145 Aug 24, 1983.
				151858 (c/n 6052) to MASDC as 7H0029 Apr 30, 1976, returned to service.  Back to MASDC as 7H0144
					Aug 24, 1983.  To civil registry as N121FC with US Forest Service.  Listed as written off and scrapped.
				151859 (c/n 6053) to MASDC as 7H0039 Sep 16, 1976.  Returned to service.
				151860 (c/n 6054) to MASDC as 7H0051 Feb 14, 1977, returned to service.  Back to MASDC as 7H0151 Sep 8, 1983.
				151862 (c/n 6056) with VMO-2 w/o Oct 28, 1965 at Marble Mountain base in Viet Cong attack
				151863 (c/n 6057) with VMO-6 w/o Oct 2, 1968
				151865 (c/n 6059) with HMM-165, w/o Oct 27, 1971
				151866 (c/n 6060) to MASDC as 7H0030 May 9, 1976.  Returned to service.  To N5363G, N701HT
				151867 (c/n 6061) to MASDC as 7H0134 Jul 29, 1983.
				151868 (c/n 6062) with VMO-1 rotor fell off and crashed on top of meat department of Piggly Wigly grocery store, Jacksonville,
					North Carolina Feb 20, 1969
				151869 (c/n 6063) to MASDC as 7H0032 May 31, 1976, back to service.  Back to MASDC as 7Y0155 Sep 21, 1983.
				151870 (c/n 6064) w/o with HML-776 Mar 13, 1977.
				151872 (c/n 6066) w/o with VMO-6 Feb 6, 1966
				151873 (c/n 6067) w/o with VMO-6 Nov 14, 1966.
				151874 (c/n 6068) to MASDC as 7H0095 Aug 3, 1981.  To N39AM, lanter N137US
				151875 (c/n 6069) became N151LC, then EC-ERK
				151876 (c/n 6070) to GUH-1E
				151877 (c/n 6071) w/o with VMO-2 Dec 5, 1977
				151880 (c/n 6074) w/o Aug 27, 1968
				151882 (c/n 6076) w/o with VMO-5 Jan 31, 1969
				151883 (c/n 6077) w/o Feb 6, 1981
				151884 (c/n 6078) with VMO-2 W/o Jan 27, 1967
				151885 (c/n 6079) to MASDC as 7H0047 Dec 21, 1976, back to service.  Back to AMARC as 7H0127 Jul 15, 1983.  To XA0296
				151886 (c/n 6080) to MASDC as 7H0040 Sep 16, 1976.
				151887 (c/n 6081) to MASDC as 7H0033 May 31, 1976, returned to service.  Back to MASDC as 7H0123 Jun 24, 1983.  To N119HS
151888/151891		Lockheed C-130G Hercules
				151888 (c/n 382-3849) to AMARC Jun 12, 1990 as 2G0011.  Moved 
					from AMARC to ASI/DMI Yard Tucson as N93849.  Noted in ARM scrapyard November 2002
				151889 (c/n 382-3858) broken up at MCAS Cherry Point for parts.
				151890 (c/n 382-3871) crashed due to fuel tank explosion Maryland
					Eastern Shore, fuselage in Chesapeake Bay Jan 1972.  Had been converted
					to EC-130G
				151891 (c/n 382-3878, "Fat Albert") was Blue Angel support aircraft 1991-2002.  Retired to 
					museum at NAS Pensacola Nov 15, 2002, replaced by 164763.  Now on
					display in blue, yellow, and white paint scheme of the Blue Angels team.
151892/151901		Grumman T-41A 
				Contract cancelled.
151902/151905		Boeing Vertol UH-46A Sea Knight
				151902 (c/n 2052) seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  w/o Apr 19, 1997
				151903 (c/n 2057) converted to UH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0029 Mar 15, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151904 (c/n 2062) to MASDC as 1J009 Sep 29, 1971.  Returned to service Jul 21, 1983.  converted to UH-46D.  SOC Jul 19, 2002
				151905 (c/n 2067) converted to UH-46D.  SOC Apr 2, 2003.
151906/151961		Boeing Vertol CH-46A Sea Knight
				151906 (c/n 2053) with HMM-165 shot down by automatic weapons fire NE of Ashau Valley, Thua Thien Province, RVN
					 Mar 24, 1968.  All crew survived and were rescued.  Helicopter destroyed by US forces to prevent capture.
				151907 (c/n 2054) with HMM-265 hit by RPG at Ngok Tavak (Old Frenc Fort), Quang Tin Province, RVN May 10, 1968.
					All crew survived.  Helicopter destroyed by US forces to prevent capture.
				151908 (c/n 2055) redesignated HH-46A.  Converted to HH-46D.  
					To AMARC as 1J0033 Jun 22, 2004
				151909 (c/n 2056) with  HMM-165 shot down by automatic weapons fire west of Ashau Valley near Phu Thuong,
					Thua Thien Province, RVN Mar 6, 1968.  2 killed, 3 rescued.
				151910 (c/n 2058) converted to HH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0032 May 24, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151911 (c/n 2059) redesignated HH-46A Oct 15, 1973, converted to HH-46D.  SOC Feb 3, 2003
				151912 (c/n 2060) to MASDC as 1J0064 Apr 14, 1972, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Nov 25, 1974.  Converted to HH-46D.  SOC Aug 17, 2007
				151913 (c/n 2061) w/o Mar 23, 1987
				151914 (c/n 2063) converted to HH-46A, then to HH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0022 Aug 4, 2003.
					SOC Dec 5, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151915 (c/n 2064) converted to HH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0025 Nov 3, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151916 (c/n 2065) with HMM-164 washed out Aug 28, 1969 aboard USS Valley Forge in South China Sea due to excessive
					battle damage or excessive wear.
				151917 (c/n 2066) with HMM-265 collided with UH-34D 148802 at Hill 52 North of Song Vu Gia River, Quang
					Nam Province, South Vietnam Oct 11, 1968.  All four crew killed.
				151918 (c/n 2068) to MASDC as 1J040 Feb 14, 1972, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Aug 27, 1973. converted to CH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0018
					Jun 24, 2003.  SOC Jul 8, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151919 (c/n 2069) w/o Mar 16l 1968, Marble Mountain, RVN
				151920 (c/n 2070) to MASDC as 1J0068 Jun 16, 1972, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Mar 6, 1974.  Converted to HH-46D. SOC Jul 31, 2002
				151921 (c/n 2071) to MASDC as 1J0073 Jul 25, 1972, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Apr 3, 1974.  Converted to HH-46D.  SOC Jun 6, 2003
				151922 (c/n 2072) with HMM-165 shot down by ground fire NE of Ashau Valley< Thua Thien Province, South
					Vietnam Mar 29, 1968.  2 POW, 1 rescued, one KIA.
				151923 (c/n 2073) with HMM-164 shot down by automatic weapons fire A Shau Valley< Thua Thien Province,
					South Vietnam Aug 3, 1967.  4 crew were rescued but one crew member and 3 passengers were KIA.
				151924 (c/n 2074)to MASDC as 1J012 Oct 19, 1971, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Apr 12, 1974.  Converted to CH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0013 Apr 25, 2003.
					SOC Apr 7, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151925 (c/n 2075) w/o Jun 19, 1968, Marble Mountain, RVN
				151926 (c/n 2076) to MASDC as 1J0007 Sep 20, 1971.  Returned to
					service.  W/o Aug 23, 1993
				151927 (c/n 2077) to MASDC as 1J0008 Sep 24, 1971, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A, converted to HH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0027 Dec 1, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151928 (c/n 2078) with HMM-164 shot down by 57-mm recoilless rifle in Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Sep 2, 1966.
					Crew all survived and were rescued. 
				151929 (c/n 2079) with HMM-164 washed out Jul 28, 1967, Marble Mountain, RVN due to excessive battle damage or
					excessive wear.
				151930 (c/n 2080) with HMM-164 collided with CH-46A 151936 on landing at Landing Zone Crow in Song Ngan Valley,
					Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Jul 15, 1966.  All survived.
				151931 (c/n 2081) to MASDC as 1J0067 Jun 12, 1972, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Jul 3, 1974.  w/o Sep 23, 1982
					USS Sacramento
				151932 (c/n 2082) to MASDC as 1J044 Feb 20, 1972, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Jul 11, 1974.  Converted to HH-46D.  SOC Feb 26, 2003
				151933 (c/n 2083) to MASDC as 1J044 Feb 20, 1972, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Sep 13, 1974.  Converted to HH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0031 May 10, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151934 (c/n 2084) to MASDC Feb 29, 1972 as 1J051.  Returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Oct 11, 1974.  Converted to HH-46D. SOC Jan 29, 2003
				151935 (c/n 2085) with HMM-164 crashed into trees Kak To, Kontum Province, South Vietnam Jun 11, 1966.  2 surivived
					and were rescued but 2 were KIA.
				151936 (c/n 2086) with HMM-164 collided with CH-46A 151930 Jul 15, 1966 at Landing Zone Crow in Song Ngan Valley,
					Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam.  All survived
				151937 (c/n 2087) to MASDC as 1J0057 Mar 20, 1972, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Aug 24, 1973.  Converted to HH-46D.  To AMARC as 
					1J0010 Nov 2003.  SOC Mar 13, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151938 (c/n 2088) with HMM-265 shot down by RPG at Landing Zone Ross, Quang Nam Province, South
					Vietnam Nov 20, 1968.  2 crew KIA, 2 rescued, 3 passengers KIA.
				151939 (c/n 2089) to MASDC Feb 17, 1972, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Oct 3, 1974.  Converted to HH-46D.
				151940 (c/n 2090) with HMM-165 shot down by automatic weapons fire Khe Sanh Area, Quang Tri Province,
					South Vietnam Jun 6, 1968.  All crew survived.
				151941 (c/n 2091) Redesignated NCH-46A for service with NATC
					Service Test Center.  Converted to CH-46D.   (HC-8) crashed Nov 19, 1998. 
				151942 (c/n 2092) to MASDC as 1J0030 Dec 30, 1971, returned to service.
					SOC Sep 1990
				151943 (c/n 2093) damaged Feb 24, 1967, with HMM-164 crashed in South China Sea off Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam 
					Mar 6, 1968.  3 survived and were rescued, but one was killed.  
				151944 (c/n 2094) to MASDC as 1J0027 Dec 16, 1971, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Jan 16, 1975.  W/o Jun 12, 1979, Point Mugu, CA
				151945 (c/n 2095) with HMM-164 shot down by automatic weapons fire NW of Quang Tri Province, South
					Vietnam Jul 30, 1967.  All 4 crew KIA.
				151946 (c/n 2096) w/o May 28, 1966
				151947 (c/n 2097) with HMM-164 shot down by automatic fire SW of Cam Lo in Quang Tri Province, South
					Vietnam Jun 8, 1966.  All onboard survived, but helicopter was destroyed to prevent capture.
				151948 (c/n 2098)  To Masdc as 1J0000 Jan 10, 1972, returned to
					service.  Redesignated HH046A Jun 17, 1974, converted to HH-46D.
				151949 (c/n 2099) to MASDC Mar 17, 1972, returned
					to service.  Redsignated HH-46A Apr 1, 1975.  Converted to
					HH-46D.  (USS Kearsarge) ditched off Crete Jun 22, 2001.  SOC Jul 26, 2001.
					All 4 crew escaped.
				151950 (c/n 2100) to MASDC as 1J0053 Mar 2, 1972, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Mar 12, 1974.  Converted to HH-46D.
					SOC Sep 27, 2004
				151951 (c/n 2101) to MASDC as 1J0054 Mar 10, 1972, returned to service.
					Redesignatdd HH-46A Dec 14, 1973.  Converted to HH-46D.  
					To AMARC as 1J0030 Mar 15, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151952 (c/n 2102) to MASDC as MASDC as 1J0037 Jan 21, 1972, returned
					to service.  Converted to CH-46D.  Noted at National 
					Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL Jun 2003.  SOC Jun 6, 2003
				151953 (c/n 2103) to MASDC as 1J0050 Feb 24, 1972, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Jan 22,19074.  Cxonverted to HH-46D.
					Preserved at Chambers Field  Memorial Park, NAS Norfolk, Norfolk, VA
				151954 (c/n 2104) with HMM-262 washed out Jan 23, 1968, Quang Tri, RVN due to excessive battle damage or
					excessive wear.
				151955 (c/n 2105) to MASDC as 1J0045 Mar 1,1972, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Oct 4, 1973.  Converted to HH-46D.
					SOC Oct 15, 2004
				151956 (c/n 2106) to MASDC as 1J042 Feb 17, 1972, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Jan 11, 1974, converted to HH-46D.
				151957 (c/n 2107) To MASDC as 1J030 Dec 21, 1971.  Returned to service.
					converted to CH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0019 Jun 24, 2003.
					 SOC Jul 8, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				151958 (c/n 2108) w/o Feb 13, 1968, NAS North Island, CA
				151959 (c/n 2109) redesignated HH-46A Mar 4, 1974.  W/o Dec 22, 1980
					NAS Pensacola, FL
				151960 (c/n 2110) with HMM-265 lost due to unknown cause Oct 6, 1966, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam.
					All 4 crew killed.
				151961 (c/n 2111) damaged Jul 15, 1966, wahsed out Jul 20, 1966, Phuy Bai, RVN due to excessive battle damage.
151962/151969		North American RA-5C Vigilante
				Contract cancelled.
151970/151974		Grumman/General Dynamics F-111B
				C/n A2-01/05
				151970 When the program was terminated, the first F-111B was of no benefit to the ongoing Hughes test program. 
					It was ferried back to the east coast in late July/early August 1968 and transferred to NAS Lakehurst,
					New Jersey on 6 August. It was stricken on 3 December 1969 and reportedly stored at the Naval Surface 
					Weapons Center, Dahlgren, Virginia for vulnerability testing. Before any testing was accomplished, it 
					was transferred to Patuxent River with plans to restore it for display. According to one report, it was 
					subsequently sold to a scrap dealer in the Washington DC area and ultimately destroyed in 2000.
				151971 crashed Sept 11, 1968 into Pacific Ocean 90 nm W of Point Mugu, California and 20 nm N of 
					San Miguel Island.  Test pilots Barton Warren and Anthony Byland killed.
				151972 was the first one inducted into the Hughes test program. It survived two in-flight emergencies, each concluding in
					crash landings. It was repaired each time and eventually the last F-111B to fly, being ferried back 
					to the east coast in late 1971. It was formally stricken on 14 December 1971. Its penultimate assignment
					was at NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey for use as a test article. It was used for at least one series of jet
					 blast defector tests. The fuselage was eventually designated for vulnerability testing and shipped to 
					China Lake, California, where it currently resides in a storage area.
				151973 destroyed on takeoff from Grumman airfield at Calverton, Long Island Apr 21, 1967 after double engine failure
					on takeoff.  Test pilots "Buck" Wangman and Ralph Donnell killed.
				151974 after the at-sea trials aboard Coral Sea in July 1968, it was ferried to NASA Ames for a 40x80 wind tunnel 
					on 10 October 1968. Since this was to be its last flight, it was stricken from the Navy rolls on 11 October 
					1968. (Some have erroneously conflated this event with the emergency landing of 151972 at Point Mugu a 
					year later.) Following the wind tunnel test, which was in support of the Air Force F-111 program, NASA Ames
					removed the wings, one of which was used in a test program of an externally blown flap system. The 
					fuselage was trucked to China Lake, where it was stripped for usable spare parts for the ongoing Hughes 
					test program and eventually scrapped.
151975/151977		McDonnell RF-4B-20-MC Phantom
				For US Marine Corps
				151975 (c/n 671) to MASDC as 8F0004 Dec 15, 1970, returned to service May 5, 1978.  Crashed Apr 25, 1980 near Mesquite, 
					Texas after collision with RF-4B 153101
				151976 (c/n 747).  With VMCJ-1 shot down over North Vietnam Oct 22, 1968
				151977 (c/n 777) to MASDC as 8F0001 Dec 10, 1970, returned to service May 5, 1978.  Back to AMARC as 8F0325 
					Mar 10, 1989 
151978/151979		McDonnell RF-4B-21-MC Phantom
				For US Marine Corps
				151978 (c/n 865) to MASDC as 8F0005 Jan 7, 1971, returned to service May 5, 1978.  Back to AMARC as 8F0328 May 24, 1989.
				151979 (c/n 897) to MASDC as 8F0003 Dec 14, 1970.  Back to service May 5, 1978.   With VMFP-3, stuck nose 
					gear forced barrier trap USS Midway Jan 25, 1984.  Aircraft SOC.  Plane now located in Blue Angels 
					Park at NAF El Centro, CA.
151980/151981		McDonnell RF-4B-22-MC Phantom
				For US Marine Corps
				151980 (c/n 968) to MASDC as 8F0002 Dec 14, 1970, returned to service May 5, 1978.  Back to AMARC as 8F0333 
					Jul 12, 1989
				151981 (c/n 1012).  Noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museum, MCAS El Toro, CA.  Currently on 
					display at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA
151982/151983		McDonnell RF-4B-23-MC Phantom
				For US Marine Corps
				151982 (c/n 1053) stalled and crashed on approach to NAS Lemoore, California Jan 12, 1971.
				151983 (c/n 1103) to AMARC as 8F0330 May 25, 1989
151984/152100		Douglas A-4E Skyhawk
				c/n 13372/13488
				151985 (VA-164) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Nov 2, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				151986 (VA-164) shot down by AAA over Phu Ly, N am Ha Province, North Vietnam Jul 18, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
					Murdered in captivity.  A Navy Sh-3A helicopter had tried to rescue him but was shot down, killing the crew.
				151988 to MASDC as 3A0525 Jun 14, 1978.  Returned to service.
				151990 (VMA-124) crashed on Avon Park Range, FL Oct 21, 1981.
				151991 (VA-164) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Aug 31, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				151992 (VMA-224) in accident at Chu Lai, South Vietnam Dec 9, 1965
				151993 (VMA-211) shot down by ground fire Apr 4, 1969.
				151995 (VMA-311) in collision with 151994 May 11, 1966
				151997 (VMA-223) shot down by automatic weapons fire May 10, 1967
				151998 (VMA-211) had accident at Chu Lai, South Vietnam during JATO and ran off runway Jan 27, 1966.  Pilot survived.
				152000 (VMA-211) hit by ground fire 12 mi N of Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Sep 2, 1972.  Pilot ejected and was 
					rescued by US Army helicopter.
				152003 (VA-144) lost in accident Aug 13, 1969.  Pilot was recovered.
				152005 (VA-56) hit by ground fire 12 mi S of Ta Tinh City, Ha Tinh Province, North Vietnam May 8, 1965.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy SH-3A helicopter.
				152012 (c/n 13400) to AMARC as 3A0646 Mar 13, 1992
				152015 (VX-5) suffered inflight engine fainureafter ingesting 2.75-in rocket
					parts, pilotejected Feb 9, 1970.
				152016 (VA-155) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Oct 11, 1965. Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				152017 (VA-155) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Jul 1, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				152018 (VA-46) destroyed in fire aboard USS Forrestal Jul 29, 1967.
				152019 to Israel as 806.  Currently stored at Ovda, Israel.
				152020 (VMA-311) crashed after contact with trees Sep 16, 1966.  Pilot ejected but slipped
					from makeshift sling from Huey
				152021 (VA-55) lost in accident Jan 25, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was recovered.
				152022 (VA-93) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam May 26, 1967.  Pilot ejected and made POW.
				152024 (VA-46) destroyed in fire aboard USS Forrestal Jul 29, 1967.
				152025 (VA-55) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				152027 (VA-56) shot down by AAA over Phu Dien Chau, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Feb 7, 1966.  Pilot ejected
					and became POW.
				152028 w/o Aug 31, 1967
				152029 (VA-144) shot down by ground fire over Laos Jun 22, 1969.  Pilot KIA.
				152030 to Israel.  currently stored at Ovda, Israel.
				152034 (VA-164) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Jul 18, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				152036 (VA-46) destroyed in fire aboard USS Forrestal Jul 29, 1967.
				152038 (VA-155) shot down by its own rockets exploding (or by AAA) over Quang Ninh Province, North Vietnam 
					Oct 17, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				152040 (VA-46) destroyed in fire aboard USS Forrestal Jul 29, 1967.
				152042 (VA-164) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Sep 6, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				152043 (VA-94) lost in accident May 6, 1969.  Pilot rescued.
				152044 with Israeli AF as 850 and stored on a range at Ein Yahav Mar 2013.
				152045 (VA-155) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Jul 29, 1966.  Pilot KIA
				152046 (VMA-211) suffered engine failure over South China Sea Nov 5, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				152047 (VMA-223) shot down by automatic weapons fire Jun 3, 1966.
				152048 (VA-164) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Oct 18, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				152049 (VA-164) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Jul 14, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				152051 (VMA-121) disappered on helicopter escort mission Feb 27, 1967.  Cause unknown
				152052 (VA-212) lost in accident Apr 6, 1966.  Pilot killed.
				152054 (VMA-223) lost due to engine failure while returning from combat Aug 13, 1967
				152055 (VMA-121) suffered accident during inflight refueling May 3, 1967.  Pilot survived.
				152056 (VMA-311) shot down by AAA over South Vietnam Sep 27, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				152057 (VA-55) shot down over North Vietnam Mar 1, 1966.  Pilot MIA.
				152058 (VA-163) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Aug 31, 1967.  Pilot LtJG David
					Carey ejected and became POW.
				152060 (VMA-223) shot down by small arms fire over South Vietnam May 13, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				152061 on display at Hawaii Museum of Flying
				152062 w/o Jun 7, 1970
				152063 (VA-55) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Jun 15, 1966.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				152066 (VA-55) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam.  Pilot ejected and was recovered.
				152068 (VMA-211) lost in takeoff accident Mar 24, 1968
				152070 (c/n 13458) to AMARC as 3A0792 Jul 12, 1994.  Now on display
					at Evergreen Aviation Museum, McMinnville, Oregon, painted
					to look like John McCain's plane which was destroyed on
					USS Forrestal in 1967 (149979?)
				152071 (VA-155) shot down by ground fire NNW of Ha Tinh City, Ha Tinh Province, North Vietnam Dec 22, 1967.  Pilot KIA
					There was a report that his own bomb exploded, bringing the aircraft down, but this is not true.
				152073 (VA-155) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Jun 27, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				152074 (VA-144) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Jan 5, 1968.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				152075 (VA-164) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Oct 12, 1966.  Pilot MIA.
				152076 (VA-192) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Apr 26, 1967.  
					Pilot ejected safely and was rescued.
				152077 (VA-164) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Jul 28, 1966.
					  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				152078 to Israeli AF as 833 and stored on a range at Ein Yahav Mar 2013.
				152080 on display at National Museum of the Marine Corps, Triangel, VA.
				152082 (VMA-211) shot down by ground fire Jan 9, 1970
				152084 (VA-164) lost in accident Aug 25, 1966.  Pilot killed.
				152085 (VA-164) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Oct 9, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				152086 (VA-164) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Oct 7, 1967.  Pilot MIA
				152087 (VA-192) shot down by small arms fire over Laos Mar 7, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was recovered.
				152088 (V-144) shot down by ground fire over Laos Mar 13, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				152091 (VA-106) lost in accident Sep 23, 1968 when crashed just before touchdown on
					USS Intrepid.  Pilot killed.
				152092 (VMA-121) shot down by AAA of Moonkey Mountain N of Da nang, South Vietnam May 9, 1968.  Pilot ejected
					and was rescued.
				152093 (VA-164) suffered electrical failure over North Vietnam and made it to Gulf of Tonkin Aug 26, 1966.  Pilot 
					ejected and was rescued.
				152095 (VA-164) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin during midair refueling Jul 29, 1966.  Pilot killed.
				152098 (VMA-124) lost power and crashed while taking off from NAS Memphis Sep 15, 1983. Pilot ejected.
				152099 (c/n 13487, VMA-311) flew into ground during bomb run near Da Nang, South Vietnam.  Apr 11, 1970.  Pilot KIA.
					Conflict here, since reported summer 2005 at Israeli Air Museum, Hatzerim.  The plane at Hatzerim must have a
					"doctored" serial number.
				152100 (VA-164) hit by AAA 7 mi N of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Jul 23, 1966.  Pilot flew out to 
					sea and ejected close to US Frigate USS Reeves which picked him up by small boat. 
152101			Douglas A-4F Skyhawk
				C/n 13489.  w/o Nov 17, 1989.
152102/152103		Douglas TA-4E Skyhawk
				C/n 13490/13491.  Two-seat advanced trainer production prototypes.
				152102 assigned to NAS Patuxent River at the Test Pilot School.  Also assigned to NAS Lakehurst fas NTA-4&
					NAEC 373 for testing of catapult systems.  In Jan 2007 was
					at US Naval Museum of Armament and Technology, NAWS China Lake, CA
152104/152138		Sikorsky SH-3A Sea King
				152117,152131 converted to SH-3G.
				152104,152107,152108,152109,152110,152113,152115,152116,152119,152121,152122,152123,152124,152125,152128,
					152129,152130,152131,152132,152133,1152134,152135,152136,152137,152138 converted to SH-3H
				152129,152135 converted to UH-3H.
				152104 (c/n 61-294) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0042 Jul 23, 1993
				152105 (c/n 61-295) SOC Nov 21, 1974.
				152106 (c/n 61-296) converted to SH-3H
				152107 (c/n 61-300) converted to SH-3H. To AMARC as 9H0093 May 25, 1995.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				152108 (c/n 61-301) converted to SH-3H, then to UN-3H.  SOC Jan 29, 2007.
				152109 (c/n 61-302) converted to SH-3H.  Was assigned to HS-7 as AC-615.  To AMARC as 9H0097 Jun 1, 1995.  To civil
					registry as N106BS.  To Croman Corp as N613CK for firefighting.  Damaged May 6, 2008 while
					dipping water from a water tank at Marfa, TX.  The helicopter settled on the tank and
					suffered damage to the underside.  Made hard landing Jul 17, 2009 near a water refill
					location in Trinity Alps Wilderness, CA and flipped onto its side on the ground.  The two
					pilots sustained moderate injuries.
				152110 (c/n 61-303) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0051 Dec 13, 1993
				152111 (c/n 61-304) W/o Mar 17, 1969
				152112 (c/n 61-305) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0111.  SOC Jan 17, 2006 
				152113 (c/n 61-306) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0079 Aug 15, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				152114 (c/n 61-307) w/o Sep 3, 1968
				152115 (c/n 61-308) converted to SH-3H. To AMARC as 9H0089 Feb 9, 1995.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				152116 (c/n 61-310) converted to SH-3H. To AMARC as 9H0067 Mar 11, 1994
				152117 (c/n 61-311) converted to SH-3G.  W/o Jan 22, 1976 when ditched in ocean off California coast and sank
					to ocean floor.  All crew rescued.
				152118 (c/n 61-312) w/o Sep 30, 1967
				152119 (c/n 61-313) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H.  SOC Jan 24, 2006
				152120 (c/n 61.314) SOC Apr 28, 1971
				152121 (c/n 61.315) converted to UH-3H.  With HS-10, crashed into Pacific Ocean near San Diego
					Oct 14, 1983.  Crew rescued.  SOC Dec 13, 2007  Also listed as going to Argentine Navy as 0881 in 2008.
				152122 (c/n 61.316) converted to SH-3H. To AMARC as 9H0094 May 25, 1995.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				152123 (c/n 61.317) converted to UH-3H.  SOC Apr 7, 2006
				152124 (c/n 61-318) converted to SH-3H.  With HS-17 crashed into sea and sank while approaching USS Coral Sea
					Aug 22, 1985.  Crew rescued.
				152125 (c/n 61-319) converted to SH-3H.  W/o Jun 16, 1982
				152126 (c/n 61-320) w/o Jun 27, 1969
				152127 (c/n 61-321) w/o Apr 8, 1979.
				152128 (c/n 61.322) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H. SOC Sep 12, 2003
				152129 (c/n 61-323) converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H. SOC Apr 20, 2005
				152130 (c/n 61.325) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0103 Apr 29, 1996.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				152131 (c/n 61.326) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0050 Dec 2, 1993
				152132 (c/n 61-327) converted to SH-3H.  (HS-15) crashed into sea Dec 12, 1984.
				152133 (c/n 62-329)
				152134 (c/n 61-331) converted to UH-3H
				152135 (c/n 61-333) converted to SH-3H, then to UH-3H
				152136 (c/n 61.335) converted to SH-3H.  With HS-12 ditched at sea on night of Feb 12, 1986 in South China Sea while 
					flying off USS Midway.  Lower passenger door fell off the aircaft and struck the tail rotor. 
					All four crewmembers survived.
				152137 (c/n 61-337) converted to SH-3H and then to UH-3H.  SOC Apr 5, 2006
				152138 (c/n 61-339) converted to SH-3H and then to UH-3H.  SOC Jan 17, 2006
152139			Sikorsky YSH-3D Sea King
				c/n 61.309.  Originally the last aircraft on the last SH-3A contract, converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as
					9H0082 Sep 16, 1994.  To LA County Sheriff Dept as N8139T Nov 1997.  Registration cancelled May 2002.
					To N204HJ
152140/152155		Lockheed P-3A-50-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5110/5125
				152140 (c/n 185-5110) to AMARC as 2P0051 Jul 19, 1990.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 7203 in 2010.  To Alverca,
					Portugal for modifications by EADS.  
				152141 (c/n 185-5111) converted to UP-3A. To AMARC as 2P0061 Jul 6, 1991.  To Chilean Navy Jun 24, 1994 as 
					408,  Modified as VIP transport Nov 1996.   
				152142 (c/n 185-5112) to AMARC as 2P0040 Mar 29, 1990.  Modified as P-3T.  To Royal Thai Navy Feb 1995 as 1204.
				152143 (c/n 185-5113) to AMARC as 2P0056 Aug 30, 1990.  Modified as P-3T.  To Royal Thai Navy Feb 1995 as 1205.
				152144 (c/n 185-5114) with VP-48 crashed into mountain while descending into Iwakuni, Japan Jan 16, 1968.
				152145 (c/n 185-5115) to Spanish AF as P.3-3.  WFU at Sevilla and stored at Moron Aug 2012.
				152146 (c/n 185-5116) to AMARC as 2P0046 Jun 8, 1990.  To Brazil Oct 2005 for spares as FAB 7211.  Broken up
					at Rio de Janeiro-Galeao Int Nov 2010.  Sold for scrap Sep 2013.
				152147 (c/n 185-5117) used for sonobuoy quality assurance testing with General Offshore Corp.
					To AMARC as 2P0089 Jan 6, 1993.
				152148 (c/n 185-5118) to AMARC as 2P0029 Dec 14, 1989.  Scrapped at HVF West, Tucson, AZ
				152149 (c/n 185-5119) to Spanish AF as P.3-2.  Crashed on takeoff at Jerez AB, Spain Jul 8, 1977
				152150 (c/n 185-5120) to MASDC as 2P0012 Jul 24, 1984.  Must have
					been returned to service since in 2008 was with VX-30, Point Mugu, CA.  Back to AMARC Apr 5, 2011.
				152151 (c/n 185-5121) with VP-6 DBR when crashed on takeoff Dec 5, 1971 near NAS Cubi Point, Philippines
				152152 (c/n 185-5122) in 1990 to National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				152153 (c/n 185-5123) to Spanish AF as P.3-1.  
				152154 (c/n 185-5124) to AMARC as 2P0031 Dec 18, 1989
				152155 (c/n 185-5125) with VP-31 disappeared off California coast while on training flight May 26, 1972.  
					8 crew missing.  No trace of the aircraft or crew has ever been found.
152156/152171		Lockheed P-3A-55-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5126/5141
				152156 (c/n 185-5126) on static display at NAS Brunswick, ME
				152157 (c/n 185-5127) to AMARC as 2P0052 Jul 24, 1990.  Scrapped at HVF West, Tucson, AZ
				152158 (c/n 185-5128) SOC at Waco, Texas Jul 1991..  Fuselage on dump at Waco, Texas Jan 2005
				152159 (c/n 185-5129) with VP-17 crashed Aug 3, 1970 50 mi S of Las Vegas, NV after inflight explosion.  10 killed.
					May have been struck by lightning
				152160 (c/n 185-5130) assigned to VP-68 at NAS Bermuda.  Placed on display as gate guard.  Later used for fire training
					and scrapped Mar 1998.  Remains sunk in Five Fathom Hole
				152161 (c/n 185-5131) w/o with VP-69 in heavy landing at NAS Whidbey Island, WA Jan 18, 1981.
				152162 (c/n 185-5132) to AMARC as 2P0053 Jul 26, 1990.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 7205.  Converted to P-3AM
				152163 (c/n 185-5133) to AMARC as 2P0055 Aug 23, 1990.  To Royal Thai Navy Dec 1993 for spares
				152164 (c/n 185-5134) cut up at NAS Alameda, tail sectin to US Custom Service for 152170.
				152165 (c/n 185-5135) to AMARC as 2P0054 Aug 21, 1990.  To Chilean Navy under FMS as 404.  Converted to P-3ACH
				152166 (c/n 185-5136) with VP-69 damaged after hard landing at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington Jan 1989.  
					Aircraft finally w/o Aug 1991 after being scrapped and stripped of parts at site.
				152167 (c/n 185-5137) to AMARC as 2P0039 Mar 29, 1990.  Reported Mar 13, 2010 DMI yard Tucson as Brazilian 
					AF P-3AM FAB 7208.
				152168 (c/n 185-5138) to AMARC as 2P0034 Jan 17, 1990.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 7209.  Converted to P-3AM
				152169 (c/n 185-5139) converted to UP-3A.  Put on display at Hawaii Museum of Flying at former NAS Barbers Point,
					Hawaii.
				152170 (c/n 185-5140) modified for use by US Customs Service (Slick #16370) carries
					civil registration N16370.  Stored LM Greenville, SC Oct 3, 2011.  Fuselage auctioned off May 2013.
				152171 (C/n 185-5141) with VP-19 crashed into Pacific Ocean off Baja California due to autopilot loss 
					Apr 9, 1966.  11 killed.
152172/152187		Lockheed P-3A-60-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5142/5157
				152172 (c/n 185-5142) with VP-19 crashed after ground collision at W. K. Kellogg airport, Battle Creek, 
					Michigan Jul 4, 1966.  4 killed.
				152173 (c/n 185-5143) to AMARC as 2P0038 Mar 23, 1990.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 7206.
					Modified to P-3AM at EADS CASA, Getafe, Spain Feb 2011 .
				152174 (c/n 185-5144) to AMARC as 2P0048 Jun 22, 1990.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 7201.
					TO  EADS CASA, Getafe, Spain May 24, 2006 for modifcation to P-3AM
				152175 (c/n 185-5145) to AMARC as 2P0033 Jan 12, 1990.  To Brazilian AF as P-3AM FAB 7207 Feb 2013.
				152176 (c/n 185-5146) to AMARC as 2P0044 Apr 18, 1990. 
				152177 (c/n 185-5147) to AMARC as 2P0049 Jul 19, 1990.  To Royal Thai Navy Dec 1993.  To U-Tapao Air Museum.
				152178 (c/n 185-5148) to MASDC as 2P0008 Apr 5, 1984.  To Kotz Metals, Tucson, Az, scrapped
				152179 (c/n 185-5149) to MASDC as 2P0009 Apr 5, 1984.  Modified to UP-3A
				152180 (c/n 185-5150) to AMARC as 2P0037 Mar 23, 1990.  Arrived at EADS CASA, Getafe, Spain Jan 11, 2006 for 
					upgrade to P-3AM standard before delivery to Brazil as FAB 7200
				152181 (c/n 185-5151) to AMARC as 2P0047 Jun 21, 1990. To Greek Navy May 1995.  Noted in use as spares source
					at Tanagra Sep 2005.
				152182 (c/n 185-5152, VP-44) crashed into mountain in Morocco Jun 3, 1972.  14 killed.
				152183 (c/n 185-5153) to AMARC as 2P0030 Dec 14, 1989.  To Greek Navy Mar 6, 1996.  Noted inactive at Elefsis
					Sep 2005.
				152184 (c/n 185-5154) to AMARC as 2P0050 Jul 19, 1990.  To Royal Thai Navy as 1206, converted to UP-3T,
					then to VP-3T
				152185 (c/n 185-5155) to AMARC as 2P0057 Sep 25, 1990.  Intended for Royal Thai Navy as UP-3T but NTU.
				152186 (c/n 185-5156) to AMARC as 2P0032 Dec 18, 1989.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 7202.  Converted to P-3AM
				152187 (c/n 185-5157) to AMARC as 2P0035 Jan 31, 1990.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 7204.  Converted to P-3AM
152188			Sikorsky SH-34G
				c/n 58-1732.  for Luftwaffe as AS-348, later 8110.  To US civil registry as N90806, N82TA,
					N822G.  W/o Sep 4, 1992, Port Alsworth, AK.
152189/152206		Kaman UH-2B Seasprite
				c/n 173/190
				152191 to AMARC as 8H0038.  to New Zealand as NZ3445
				152195 w/o 4/30/1968.
				152196 w/o 9/16/1966.
				152197 w/o 2/15/1968.
				152199 to AMARC as 8H0039 Jun 24, 1993.  To nstructional airframe as 0236G with the RNZAF Ground Training Wing (GTW) Woodbourne
				152201 (c/n 185) on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Ex N7096P.  In Dec 2009
					noted on display at Luisiana Military Museum, Ruston, Louisiana.
				152202 w/o 8/17/1968.
				152203 (SH-2F) to AMARC as 8H0068 Feb 8, 1994
				152204 (cn 188) to AMARC as 8H0016.  To Royal Australian Navy as spares and ground instruction aircraft.
				152205 to AMARC as 8H0027.  To Royal Australian Navy as N29-152205.  RAN Seasprite
					program abandoned Mar 5, 2008 and entire fleet has been
					grounded since early 2006 and are now to be returned to Kaman.  To Kaman as N332KM, registered
					Mar 27, 2014.  To Royal New Zealand Navy 
				152206 to AMARC as 8H0036.  To Royal Australian Navy as spares and ground instruction aircraft.
152207/152215		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				Redesignated F-4B-20-MC in 1962
				152207 (c/n 741) with VF-102 crashed into Atlantic Ocean after bad launch from USS America Feb 1, 1967.
				152208 (c/n 743) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0101 Mar 12, 1982.  Salvaged Nov 2004.
				152209 (c/n 749) with VMFA-115 burned out in runway accident at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam Nov 9, 1968
				152210 (c/n 753) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0062 Oct 3, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990.
				152211 (c/n 757) with VF-51 crashed into Pacific Ocean off USS Coral Sea Oct 19, 1973
				152212 (c/n 761) upgraded to F-4N.  WFU at NAF China Lake, California 1988.
				152213 (c/n 766) with VMFA-122 w/o in runway accident at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam Sep 18, 1969
				152214 (c/n 769) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 43.  Expended in missile test Feb 2, 1992.
				155215 (c/n 773) with VF-21 shot down by SAM near Thanh Hoa Bridge/Phu Ban, North Vietnam Aug 24, 1965.
152216/152243		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				Redesignated F-4B-21-MC in 1972
				152216 (c/n 779) with VF-21 crashed into sea off NAS Miramar, California Feb 2, 1965.
				152217 (c/n 783) credited with shooting down MiG-17 over North Vietnam Jun 17, 1965.  Upgraded to F-4N.  SOC
					Dec 22, 1982.  Sent to be target on Superior Valley Range, California
				152218 (c/n 787) with VMFA-323 crashed near Phuoc Binh, Vietnam after being caught in premature blast of its own bombs
					Jan 10, 1966.
				152219 (c/n 792) flown by Lt Jack E. D. Batson, Jr. and LCdr Robert B. Doremus shot down MiG-17 June 17, 1965.
					152219 (VF-96) lost Feb 12, 1967 when crashed into South China Sea due to pilot disorentation.  
					Both crew killed.
				152220 (c/n 795) crashed into hill in heavy clouds Dec 2, 1965 near Mu Ron MA/Dong Hoi, North Vietnam.  Both crew killed.
				152221 (c/n 800) upgraded to F-4N.  Sent to be target on Superior Valley Range, California in 1996.
				152222 (c/n 804) upgraded to F-4N.  Was preserved at Pacific Coast Division of the United States Aviation Museum, 
					Inyokern, CA.  Returned to NAS China Lake after Inyokern bellied up and was converted to QF-4N.  
				152223 (c/n 807) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC at NAF China Lake, California Aug 26, 1982.  Salvaged 1983.
				152224 (c/n 812) with VF-114 crashed near Cai Lay/My Tho in Mekong Delta, South Vietnam Mar 5, 1966 when hit by target debris.
				152225 (c/n 816) upgraded to F-4N.  With VF-171, lost control and crashed near Key West, Florida Aug 12, 1980
				152226 (c/n 821) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0119 Sep 8, 1983.  Converted to QF-4N.  Salvaged
				152227 (c/n 824) with VMFA-531 w/o Sep 23, 1975.
				152228 (c/n 829) with VF-31 crashed near USS Saratoga (or on) after collision with RA-5C 150836 Oct 16, 1965.
				152229 (c/n 833) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Salvaged 1983.
				152230 (c/n 836) upgraded to F-4N.  Seen at NAS China Lake, California in 2008
				152231 (c/n 841) with VF-11 crashed into Mediterranean Sea off USS Forrestal Jan 5, 1970
				152232 (c/n 845) with VMFA-542 shot down by small arms fire near Maixa Ha/Dong Hoi, North Vietnam Sep 19, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
				152233 (c/n 850) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off USS Kitty Hawk Jan 31, 1966 due to damage by AAA over Laos.
				152234 (c/n 853) with VF-11 crashed into Atlantic Ocean after bad launch from USS Kitty Hawk Mar 23, 1966.
				152235 (c/n 857) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 421.  Expended in missile test Jul 21, 1993.
				152236 (c/n 862) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC May 15, 1978.
				152237 (c/n 867) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0058 Sep 12, 1977.  Salvaged at Bob's Air Park Jun 1990.
				152238 (c/n 872) lost Oct 5, 1966 in accident aboard USS Franklin D. Roosevelt.  Also listed as having been shot down
					with VMFA-323 near Thon Cam Son, North Vietnam Sep 8, 1967.
				152239 (c/n 875) with VF-161 crshed into sea off Vinh, North Vietnam due to engine failure May 17, 1970.
				152240 (c/n 879) with VMFA-122 w/o at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii Feb 16, 1973. 
				152241 (c/n 883) with VMFA-323 crashed into sea off USS Oriskany Dec 19, 1979  
				152242 (c/n 888) with VF-143 shot down by AAA near Nam Dinh/Hung Yen, North Vietnam June 28, 1967.
				152243 (c/n 892) with VMFA-323 SOC at NAF China Lake, California Sep 17, 1982.
152244/152272		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom
				Redesignated F-4B-22-MC in 1962
				152244 (c/n 899) upgraded to F-4N.  With VMFA-134 w/o at MCAS El Toro, California May 9, 1985.  Assigned as ground
					trainer at MCAS El Toro, California
				152245 (c/n 902) with VMFA-122 w/o at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii Dec 19, 1972
				152246 (c/n 906) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0152 Jan 26, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 139 and 38.  W/o Mar 18, 1997.
				152247 (c/n 909) flown by Lt Guy H. Freeborn and Lt (jg) Robert J. Elliot shot down MiG-21 Aug 10, 1967.  With VF-142
					shot down by ground fire near Chap Khe, North Vietnam Aug 21, 1967.
				152248 (c/n 913) with VF-142 crshed into Pacific Ocean while attempting to land on USS Ranger Nov 10, 1965.
				152249 (c/n 918) with VF-143 SOC Jul 17, 1978.  Salvaged at NAS North Island, California in 1984
				152250 (c/n 922) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0122 Sep 23, 1983.  Converted to QF-4N.  Expended in missile test Dec 5, 1995.
				152251 (c/n 925) with VF-143 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after being damaged by AAA over North Vietnam June 15, 1966.
				152252 (c/n 930) upgraded to F-4N.  With VF-154, w/o on USS Coral Sea Aug 23, 1982
				152253 (c/n 934) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0066 Oct 20, 1977.  Returned to service.  Converted to QF-4N drone.
					Expended in missile test Dec 13, 1994.
				152254 c/n 938) upgraded to F-4N.  WFU Nov 1984.  Sent to be target on Fort Chaffee Gunnery Range, Arkansas
				152255 (c/n 941) with VF-114 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin when hit by target debris over North Vietnam Apr 26, 1966.
				152256 (c/n 946) was at National Warplane Museum, Genesco, NY.  Noted
					Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, Elmira, NY
				152257 (c/n 951) with VF-213 shot down near Ban Karai Pass, Laos May 18, 1966 by AAA.  Both crewmen
					ejected and were picked by USAF helicopter.
				152258 (c/n 956) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Salvaged.
				152259 (c/n 960) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC at NAF China Lake, California Sep 7, 1983.
				152260 (c/n 964) with VMFA-115 shot down near Hue, South Vietnam Jan 22, 1969.
				152261 (c/n 970) with VMFA-323 shot down by SA-2 near Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam Dec 7, 1965
				152262 (c/n 974) with VF-143 ran out of fuel and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off USS Ranger July 11, 1966.
				152263 (c/n 977) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Apr 27, 1984.  Currently on display at VFW in West Memphis, Arkansas.
				152264 (c/n 981) with VF-96 shot down by SAM near Hanoi, North Vietnam May 19, 1967.
				152265 (c/n 986) with VMFA-314 crashed near Da Nang AB, South Vietnam after collision with F-4 152276 Jan 24, 1966
				152266 (c/n 990) with VMFA-314 shot down near Dong Hoi, North Vietnam May 16, 1967.
				152267 (c/n 994) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Apr 14, 1982.  Currently preserved in Dallas, Texas
				152268 (c/n 997) with VMFA-115 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off Hoi An, South Vietnam May 25, 1966.  Both crewmen killed.
				152269 (c/n 1003) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0149 Jan 25, 1984.  In 1991 was on a pylon at maingate of NAS Dallas, Texas.
					Also reported as having been expended in a missile test Mar 2, 1994.
				152270 (c/n 1006) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Oct 25, 1984.   preserved at MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina in 
					Apr 1989 as F-4B in VMFA-251 markings.
				152271 (c/n 1010) with VMFA-314 shot down near Kinh Mon/Hue, South Vietnam Mar 18, 1967
				152272 (c/n 1016) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N as 409.  Crashed on takeoff Apr 9, 1988.
152273/152304		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom
				Redesignated F-4B-23-MC in 1962
				152273 (c/n 1020) with VMFA-122 destroyed on ground at Da Nang AB, South Vietnam in VC rocket attack Jan 30, 1968.
				152274 (c/n 1025) with VMFA-314 shot down by ground fire in Steel Tiger area of Laos Mar 14, 1966
				152275 (c/n 1029) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0094 Dec 17, 1981.  Salvaged Sep 1996
				152276 (c/n 1034) with VMFA-314 crashed near Da Nang AB, South Vietnam after colliding with F-4 152265 Jan 24, 1966.
				152277 (c/n 1037) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0147 Jan 17, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Expended in
					missile test Jun 29, 1995.
				152278 (c/n 1042) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0144 Dec 15, 1983.  Salvaged Nov 2004.
				152279 (c/n 1045) upgraded to F-4N.  Sent to be target on Superior Valley Range, California Apr 1982.
				152280 (c/n 1050) converted to F-4N.  Crashed into sea off California with VMFA-323 Dec 24, 1975.  Both crew 
					ejected but were killed.
				152281 (c/n 1054) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone
				152282 (c/n 1056) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 141 and 44.  Expended in missile test Apr 6, 1988.
				152283 (c/n 1062) with VMFA-542 shot down near Ban Kapay/Ban Naba, Laos Jan 5, 1970.
				152284 (c/n 1065) upgraded to F-4N.  Crashed with VMFA-321 near Twenty-Nine Palms, California after collision with
					F-4 151413 Jul 27, 1979.
				152285 (c/n 1070) with VF-74 experienced double engine stall upon launch from USS Forrestal Feb 2, 1966 and crashed in
					Tyrrhenian Sea.  Both crew ejected safely.
				152286 (c/n 1074) with VF-161 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Feb 25, 1970.
				152287 (c/n 1078) with VMFA-314 destroyed on ground at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam in VC rocket attack Jan 31, 1968.
				152288 (c/n 1081) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0107 Jun 4, 1982.  Sent to be target on Barry Goldwater
					Range, Arizona Nov 2003.
				152289 (c/n 1086) with VMFA-314 destroyed on ground at Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam in VC rocket attack Jan 31, 1968.
				152290 (c/n 1089) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as FP0135 Oct 19, 1983, to FP0006 same day.  Assigned as ground trainer
					at Clark AB, Philippines Aug 1985.
				152291 (c/n 1093) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Oct 1983.  In 1987 was on display at NAS Barbers 
					Point, Oahu, HI.  Put on display at Hawaii Museum of Flying. 
				152292 (c/n 1096) upgraded to F-4N.  Salvaged at NAS North Island, California Nov 1978. 
				152293 (c/n 1102) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0138 Oct 28, 1983.  Salvaged Nov 2004.
				152294 (c/n 1106) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC at NAS North Island, California Jul 23, 1981.
				152295 (c/n 1110) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0133 Oct 19, 1983, to FP0482 same day.  Salvaged Sep 1996.
				152296 (c/n 11113) with VF-101 w/o Mar 11, 1969
				152297 (c/n 1117) shot down by SAM near Than Hoa, North Vietnam Feb 18, 1966.  Pilot killed
				152298 (c/n 1121) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Feb 24, 1984.  Currently preserved at Mayport Naval Base, Florida
				152299 (c/n 1126) w/o at MCAS Yuma, Arizona Oct 6, 1969
				152300 (c/n 1129) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0171 Oct 28, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone Dec 1993.
					Expended in missile test Jul 13, 1995.
				152301 (c/n 1133) with VMFA-122 caught fire and crashed off Laguna Beach, California Jul 6, 1967.  Both crew killed.  
					Both crew credited with staying with aircraft and guiding it past the housing and into the ocean.
				152302 (c/n 1136) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0040 May 26, 1977.  Salvaged Sep 1985.
				152303 (c/n 1140) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 408.  Expended in missile test at unknown date.
				152304 (c/n 1146) shot down by MiG-17 gunfire near Haiphong, North Vietnam Nov 19, 1967.
152305/152331		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				Redesignated F-4B-24-MC in 1962
				152305 (c/n 1149) with VF-11 w/o at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Jul 6, 1969
				152306 (c/n 1152) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0170 Sep 14, 1984.  Salvaged Nov 2004
				152307 (c/n 1156) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0148 Jan 16, 1984.   Converted to QF-4N drone.  W/o Feb 20, 1997.
				152308 (c/n 1160) with VMFA-314 hit by AAA during close air support mission near Quang Tri, Vietnam Feb 25 1966.  
					Headed back to Da Nang but crew was forced to eject.  Crew was safe, but aircraft crashed into sea.
				152309 (c/n 1166) with VMFA-115 crashed near Da Nang AB, South Vietnam due to control failure May 31, 1966.
				152310 (c/n 1170) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0050 Jul 1, 1977, returned to service.  Back to AMARC as
					8F0118 Sep 8, 1983.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Expended in a missile test May 3, 1990
				152311 (c/n 1175) with VF-161 crashed near NAS Fallon, Nevada after collision with F-4 151419 Jan 22, 1966.
				152312 (c/n 1179) w/o at NARF North Island, California Jul 10, 1978.
				152313 (c/n 1184) upgraded to F-4N.  With VMFA-331, crashed into sea off California Jul 13, 1976.
				152314 (c/n 1189) with VF-32 SOC jul 25, 1970.
				152315 (c/n 1192) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Sept 19, 1966 after bad launch from USS Constellation.
					Both crew killed.
				152316 (c/n 1196) with VMFA-122 w/o at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii Aug 14, 1978.  
				152317 (c/n 1200) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0116 Dec 1, 1982.  Salvaged Sep 2004
				152318 (c/n 1207) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0132 Oct 19, 1983.  Salvaged Nov 2004
				152319 (c/n 1211) with VMAF-115 caught fire and crashed near Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam May 23, 1970
				152320 (c/n 1215) with VF-32 crashed on approach to NAS Oceana, Virginia Feb 21, 1967
				152321 (c/n 1222) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC with VF=301 at NAF China Lake, California Sep 15, 1982
				152322 (c/n 1226) with VMFA-314 crashed on takeoff from Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam due to engine failure Feb 7, 1970
				152323 (c/n 1230) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone
				152324 (c/n 1234) with VF-151 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin June 23, 1966 from USS Constellation, perhaps due to pilot disorentation.
					Both crew killed.
				152325 (c/n 1239) with VF-151 caught fire and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off Dong Hoi, North Vietnam Apr 5, 1970.
				152326 (c/n 1246) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0084 Dec 22, 1977.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Reported to be preserved
					at Birmingham, Alabama.  Need confirmation.
				152327 (c/n 1253) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Sep 7, 1983.
				152328 (c/n 1261) with VF-32 stalled and crashed after takeoff from NAS Cubi Point, Philippines Oct 5, 1966
				152329 (c/n 1266) with VMFA-115 shot down by ground fire near Da Nang, South Vietnam Oct 8, 1968
				152330 (c/n 1273) with VMFA-323 crashed on takeoff from Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam due to FOD damage to engine Aug 3, 1966
				152331 (c/n 1279) with VMFA-115 destroyed in a ground fire at NAS North Island, California Jan 22, 1976
152332/152379		Grumman S2F-3S Tracker
				Model G-121.  Redesignated S-2E in 1962
				152332 to MASDC as 1S0406 Jun 11, 1973l.  To Peruvian Navy as AA-546
				152333 to Royal Australian Navy Apr 5, 1977 as N12-152333, code 844.  SOC Aug 12, 1984.  Previously operated with RAN
					Historic Flight.  Now preserved at Fleet Air Air Museum, HAMS Albatross, Nowra, NSW.  Kept airworthy 
					as VH-NVX
				152334 to Royal Australian Navy Apr 5, 1977 as N12-152334, code 845.  Withdrawn from use by RAN Aug 12, 1984.
					Sold to private owner and believed still stored near Nowra.
				152335 to MASDC as 1S0513.  To civil registry as N6194U.  Noted Mar 2011 derelict near St Augustine Airport, Florida
				152337 (c/n 224C, S-2G) to MASDC as 1S0526 Apr 18, 1975.  To Royal Australian Navy as
					N12-152337.  Registered N436DF Oct 9, 2003.
				152338 to MASDC as 1S0396 Apr 19, 1973.
				152339 (c/n 226C) to Brazilian AF as P-16E FAB 7030 Mar 11, 1976.  W/o Nov 13, 1995 aboard
					carrier Minas Gerais near Torres.
				152340 to MASDC as 1S0397 Apr 19, 1973.  To Peruvian Navy as AA-543
				152341 (c/n 228C, S-2G) to MASDC as 1S0500 Feb 20, 1975.  Registered N450DF Oct 10, 2003
				152345 (S-2G, c/n 232C) to MASDC as 1S0569 Aug 20, 1975.  To civil registry as N516DF.
					Re-registered N445DF Jun 2002.
				152346 to Argentine Navy as 0700 (2-AS-21)
				152347 (c/n 234C, S-2G) to MASDC as 1S0580 Jan 14, 1976.  Registered N448DF Oct 9, 2003 with
					CDF and flying as Tanker 95
				152348 (c/n 235C) to Brazilian AF May 4, 1984 as S-2E Logistic.  Cannibalized for
					spare parts at Parque de Material Aeronáutico de São Paulo
				152352 (c/n 239C) to Brazilian AF Mar 11, 1976 as P-16E FAB 7031.  W/o Apr 6, 1988 aboaqrd
					carrier Minas Gerais.  Airframe used for trials
				152354 (c/n 241C) to Brazilian AF May 4, 1984 as S-2E Logistic.  Cannibalized for
					spare parts at Parque de Material Aeronáutico de São Paulo.
				152355 to civil registry as N6194U.  In 2011 was in a compound 1 mi S of St Augustine Airport, Florida
				152357 to MASDC as 1S0399 Apr 24, 1973.  To Peruvian Navy as AA-545
				152358 to MASDC as 1S0400 Apr 30, 1973.
				152360 to MASDC as 1S0427 Sep 21, 1973.
				152363 (c/n 250C) to Brazilian AF Sep 12, 1981 as S-2E Logistic FAB 7039.  Cannibalized
					for parts at Parque de Material Aeronáutico de São Paulo
				152368 (c/n 255C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-368.  WFU Jul 6, 1994
				152369 to MASDC as 1S0435 Dec 7, 1972.  To Peruvian Navy as AA-548
				152370 (c/n 257C) to Brazilian AF Mar 13, 1988 as S-2E Logistic.  Cannibalized for
					parts at Parque de Material Aeronáutico de São Paulo
				152372 to Uruguayan Navy as S-2G 854.  Did not go to Brazilian navy. 
				152373 to MASDC as 1S0470 Jul 29, 1974.  To South Korea
152380/152381		Sikorsky SH-34J Seabat
				for Germany
				152380 (c/n 58-1733) to Marineflieger as SC+266, later WD+406, later 8204.  To civil 
					registry as YV-356C.  Displayed at Simon Bolivar IAP, Venezuela.
				152381 (c/n 58-1737) to Marineflieger as SC+267, later 8205.
152382/152391		Rockwell T-2B Buckeye
				c/n 288-1/10
				152382 converted to YT-2C
				152383 to National Museum of Naval Aviation as N62001
				152385 (c/n 288-4) to MASDC as 2T0078 Sep 18, 1974
				152387 (c/n 288-6) to MASEC as 2T0092 Oct 2, 1974
				152388 (c/n 288-7) to MASDC as 2T0115 Sep 29, 1975.
152392/152415		Sikorsky CH-53A Sea Stallion
				c/n 65-019/042
				152393 (c/n 65-020) (HMH-772) crashed in a wooded area 1.5 miles from NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania on March 19, 1976.
                        	(One pilot killed, the other injured)
				152394 (c/n 65-021) with HMH-361 suffered mechanical failure and crashed into South China Sea Nov 1, 1969.
					4 Killed, one survived and was rescued.
				152395 (c/n 65-022) to AMARC as HC0011 Jun 1, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				152396 (c/n 65-023) to MASDC as 2J0015 Nov 20, 1972.  Returned to service.
					To Israel Aug 31, 1993
				152398 (c/n 65-025) to MASDC as 2J0008 Apr 6, 1972.  Returned to service.
				152399 (c/n 65-026) converted at some point to NCH-53A and went to Langley Research Center as NASA 543.
					then to FAA Technical Center, Atlantic City, NJ on loan and retained NASA marks.  Ultimately assigned
					civil registration of N39.   Upgraded to D configuration with VIP interior and upgraded electronics, 
					but not certain at which point in time.  Noted Oct 2003 at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS, reportedly 
					on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation.  Still there Oct 2006.  
				152401 (c/n 65.028) to AMARC as HC0007 May 23, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				152403 (c/n 65.030) to MASDC as 2J0023 Sep 13, 1974.  Returned to service
				152404 (c/n 65.031) to MASDC as 2J0010 May 3, 1972.  Returned to service.
				152405 (c/n 65.032) to MASDC as 2J0022 Sep 12, 1974.  Returned to service.
				152406 (c/n 65.033) to AMARC as HC0019 Sep 17, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				152407 (c/n 65.034) to AMARC as HC0008 May 23, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				152408 (c/n 65.035) to AMARC as 2J0031 Apr 17, 1987
				152409 (c/n 65.036) to Israel in 1993
				152410 (c/n 65.037) to MASDC as 2J0019 Sep 6, 1974.  Returned to service.
					To Israel in 1993.
				152411 (c/n 65.038) to AMARC as 2J0040 Jul 30, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  To N62250.
				152412 (c/n 65.039) to AMARC as HC0012 Jun 1, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				152414 (c/n 65.041) to AMARC as HC0016 Jun 21, 1990,  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				152415 (c/n 65.042) to MASDC as 2J0026 Dec 3, 1974.  Returned to service.
					To Israel Aug 31, 1993.  Seen at base in Israel being used as a ground trainer.
152416/152439		Bell UH-1E Iroquois
				c/n 6083/6106.  For USMC.  Bell records have these as being c/n 6082/6105.  The numbers below are the Bell numbers.
				152416 (c/n 6082) with VMO-2 w/o Oct 25, 1966
				152417 (c/n 6083) w/o Dec 23, 1969 with HML-167 at MCAS New River, 2 killed.
				152418 (c/n 6084) w/o with VMO-5 Jul 29, 1969
				152419 (c/n 6085) w/o with VMO-2 Mar 28, 1967.
				152423 (c/n 6089) with VMO-2, w/o when tail rotor shot off Mar 2, 1967 while marking target for F-4.  All crew survived.
				152424 (c/n 6090) w/o with VMO-6 Feb 28, 1969
				152426 (c/n 6092) to AMARC as 7H0174 Oct 9, 1986, later HF0213.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				152427 (c/n 6093) with HML-167 w/o Mar 21, 1970
				152428 (c/n 6094) shown in FAA records as N120FC, but c/n is quoted as 6094 which does not match.  To MASDC as 
					7H0034 Jun 16, 1976, returned to service.  Back to MASDC as 7H0116 Mar 5, 1983.  To civil registry as
					N120FC with US Forest Service.
				152429 (c/n 6095)w/o with VMO-2 Mar 21, 1968
				152430 (c/n 6096) to MASDC as 7H0097 Apr 30, 1982
				152431 (c/n 6097) to AMARC as 7H0170 Oct 8, 1986
				152434 (c/n 6100) with VMO-2 w/o Dec 5, 1967
				152436 (c/n 6102) w/o with HML-167 Apr 20, 1968.
				152437 (c/n 6103) w/o Apr 14, 1967
				152438 (c/n 6104) w/o with HML-367 (VMO-3) Oct 10, 1969
				152439 (c/n 6105) w/o with VMO-3 May 28, 1967.
152440/152475		Rockwell T-2B Buckeye
				c/n 288-11/46
				152442 spotted in auto salvage yard in Wichita, KS.
				152443 to National Museum of Naval Aviation as N61995
				152444 to National Museum of Naval Aviation as N62023.  
				152446 to National Museum of Naval Aviation as N6199Z.  In Troy, Al by 1998
				152449 (c/n 288-20) to MASDC as 2T0080 Sep 23, 1974.  To Harrisburg IAP, PA.
				152450 (c/n 288-21) to MASDC as 2T0081 Sep 23, 1974.  To Harrisburg IAP, PA
				152451 (c/n 288-22) to MASDC.  To National Museum of Naval Aviation.  Noted in poor condition outside Valiant
					air Command Museum, Titusville, FL Sep 2003.
				152453 (c/n 288-24) to MASDC as 2T0106 Jul 18, 1975.  To Harrisburg IAP, PA.
				152454 to National Museum of Naval Aviation
				152455 (c/n 288-26) to MASDC as 2T0075 Sep 30, 1974.  To Harrisburg IAP, PA
				152458 (c/n 288-29) to MASDC as 2T0097 Oct 11, 1974.  To Harrisburg IAP, PA
				152466 (c/n 288-37) to MASDC as 2T0090.  Dumped at Troy MAP, AL
				152468 (c/n 288-39) to MASDC as 2T0095 Oct 9, 1974.  To Harrisburg IAP, PA
				152472 (c/n 291-43) to AMARC as 2T0170 Sep 17, 1991, to 2P0125 Feb 23, 1994.
				152475 (c/n 288-46) to MASDC Jul 23, 1975.
152476/152489		Grumman E-2A Hawkeye
				Model G-123.  C/n 46/59
				152477 to MASDC as 2E0005 Oct 8, 1982
				152485 modified as TE-2A.  All the rest modified as E-2B
				152476 on display at Naval Air Test and 
					Evaluation Museum, Patuxent, MD
				152477 (c/n 47) converted to E-2B.  To MASDC as 2E0005 Oct 8, 1982.  SOC Nov 9, 1994
				152478 (c/n 48) converted to E-2B.  To AMARC as 2E0018 Jan 31, 1986.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				152479 (c/n 49) converted to E-2B.  To AMARC as 2E0016 Oct 25, 1985.
					To Republic of China AF as 2502 in 1995.  Noted Mar 2002 with serial 2504.
				152482 (c/n 52) converted to E-2B.  To MASDC as 2E0011 Nov 4, 1983.  SOC Nov 9, 1994
				152484 (c/n 54) converted to E-2B.  Reported Jan 2009 at Air Victory Museum, Medford, NJ.
				152489 w/o May 25, 1983
152490/152495		Boeing Vertol UH-46A Sea Knight
				152490 (c/n 2112) w/o Nov 26, 1967, NAS Atsugi, Japan.
				152491 (c/n 2118) converted to UH-46D.  Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  SOC Apr 2, 2003
				152492 (c/n 2124) administrative SOC Sep 6, 1977.
				152493 (c/n 2130) converted to UH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0023 Aug 21, 2003.
					 SOC Dec 5, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				152494 (c/n 2137)/o Apr 8, 1969, NAS Atsugi, Japan.
				152495 (c/n 2144) converted to CH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0014 Nov 2003.  SOC Jul 8, 2003
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
152496/152553		Boeing Vertol CH-46A Sea Knight
				152496 (c/n 2113) to MASDC as 1J0014 Nov 4, 1971, returned to
					service.  Redesignated HH-46A May 17, 1974.  Converted to 
					HH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0009 Feb 13, 2003.  SOC Feb 12, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				152497 (c/n 2114) with HMM-265 washed out May 6, 1968 aboard USS Valley Forge due to excessive battle damage
					or excessive wear.
				152498 (c/n 2115) to MASDC as 1J0055 Jar 10, 1972, returned to
					service.  Redesignated HH-46A Feb 5, 1974.  Converted to 
					HH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0034 Jun 22, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				152499 (c/n 2116) to MASDC as 1J0000 Nov 30, 1971, returned to
					service.  With HC-5 Det 2 crashed Nov 1, 1984, Agana, Guam while operating from USS White Plains.
				152500 (c/n 2117, HMM-265) shot down by hostile fire Jul 15, 1966, Landing Zone Crow in Song Ngan Valley,
					Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam.  3 crew survived, but one crew and 14 Marine passengers killed.
				152501 (c/n 2119) to MASDC as 1J001 Jul 13, 1971.  Returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Feb 34,1975.  Converted to HH-46D.
					SOC Aug 31, 2004.
				152502 (c/n 2120) with HMM-265 shot down by small arms fire 13 mi S of Da Nag, Quang Nam Province,
					South Vietnam Aug 24, 1968.  3 crew KIA, 1 rescued.
				152503 (c/n 2121) to MASDC as 1J0049 Feb 25, 1972.  Returned to
					service.  Redesignated HH-46A May 3, 1974.  Converted to 
					HH-46D.  SOC Jun 6, 2003
				152504 (c/n 2122) damaged Feb 16, 1967.  Washed out Mar 2, 1967, Phu Bai, RVN due to excessive battle damage or
					excessive wear.
				152505 (c/n 2123) with HMM-265 shot down by automatic fire at Ngok Tavak (Old French Fort) Quang Tin
					Province, South Vietnam May 10, 1968.  All crew survived but pilot was hanging on the skids of a rescued
					helicopter but fell off never to be seen again.
				152506 (c/n 2125) with HMM-265 crashed during test flight near Marble Mountain Airfield, Quang Nam,
					South Vietnam Sep 14, 1968.  Crew survived but helicopter DBR.
				152507 (c/n 2126) with HMM-265 washed out Apr 19, 1968 aboard USS Valley Forge due to excessive battle damage or
					excessive wear.
				152508 (c/n 2127) Redesignated JCH-46A Aug 1, 1966 at NATC Patuxent
					River, MD, then back to CH-46A Oct 5, 1966.  Converted to
					CH-46D.  Crashed into Indian Ocean 18 mi NW of Diego Garcia Feb 28, 1983 aboard CV-66 USS America.
				152509 (c/n 2128) shot down by automatic weapons fire in Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Mar 12, 1967.
					All crew survived and were rescued.
				152510 (c/n 2129) to MASDC as 1J0039 Jan 31, 1972, returned to service.
					w/o Mar 21, 1979, NAS Jacksonville, FL
				152511 (c/n 2131) to MASDC as 1J0006 Sep 16, 1971, returned to
					service.  Redesignated HH-46A Aug 21, 1974.
					Crashed (HC-16) into Gulf of Mexico off Pensacola, FL May 13, 1982.  One killed.
				152512 (c/n 2132) to MASDC as 1J0071 Jul 10, 1972, returned to
					service.  Redesignated HH-46A.  Converted to HH-46D.
					w/o Apr 27, 1993.
				152513 (c/n 2133) redesignated HH-46A Nov 13, 1973.  Converted to
					HH-46D. SOC May 3, 2004
				152514 (c/n 2134) with HHMM-265 shot down by automatic weapons fire in Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Jan 26, 1967.
					All crew survived and were rescued.
				152515 (c/n 2135) with HMM-265 shot down by small arms fire S of Hue, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Jun 30, 1967.  Pilot and
					5 Marine passengers KIA, 3 crew survived and were rescued.
				152516 (c/n 2136) with HMM-265 hit by automatic weapons fire Mar 12, 1967 Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam.  Made emergency
					landing, caught fire, and was destroyed.  Crew survived and were rescued.
				152517 (c/n 2138) with HMM-165 washed out Oct 10, 1968, Marble Mountain, RVN due to excessive battle damage or 
					excessive wear.
				152518 (c/n 2139) redesignated HH-46A Nov 30, 1972.
					w/o Oct 22, 1987
				152519 (c/n 2140) with HMM-165 washed out Mar 16, 1968, Phu Bai, RVN due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				152520 (c/n 2141) to MASDC as 1J072 Jul 13, 1972.  Returned to
					service.  Redesignated HH-46A Jar 4, 1974.  Converted to CH-46D.  
					To AMARC as 1J0017 Jun 24, 2003.  SOC Jul 8, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				152521 (c/n 2142) with HMM-165 washed out Jun 3, 1967, Chu Lai, RVN due to excessive battle damage.
				152522 (c/n 2143) stored at MASDC as 1J0062 Apr 9, 1972, returned
					to service.  Redesignated HH-46A Nov 19, 1973.  Converted 
					to HH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0028 Jan 5, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				152523 (c/n 2145) with HMM-265 washed out May 12, 1969 aboard USS Iwo Jima due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				152524 (c/n 2146) shot down by ground fire NE of Ashau Valley, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Mar 29, 1968.  3 crew survived
					and were rescued but one was KIA.  Helicopter destroyed to prevent capture.
				152525 (c/n 2147) with HMM-265 washed out Jun 7, 1969 aboard USS Iwo Jima due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				152526 (c/n 2148) with HMM-165 washed out Mar 22, 1967 Chu Lai, RVN after being damaged by ground fire on classified mission
					Mar 3, 1967.  Helicopter was recovered and taken to Chu Lai but DBR.
				152527 (c/n 2149) with HMM-165 damaged by automatic weapons fire and made forced landing in Sekong Province, Laos May 23, 1967.
					All crew survived and were rescued.  Helicopter destroyed to prevent capture.
				152528 (c/n 2150) to MASDC as 1J0065 Apr 22, 1972, returned to service.  Redesignated HH-46A Apr 24, 1974.  Converted to
					HH-46D.  SOC Dec 14, 2007.  May have been shipped in 2008 from storage at Cherry Point to NAS Whiting Field for static display.  
					Seen on display at NAS Whiting, FL in 2009.
				152529 (c/n 2151) with HMM-165 shot down by machine gun fire 16 mi NE of Phu Bai, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam 
					Jun 11, 1969.  3 crew KIA, but pilot and passenger survived and were rescued.
				152530 (c/n 2152) to MASDC as 1J0058 Mar 20, 1972.  Returned to
					service.  Redesignated HH-46A Feb 22, 1974.  Converted to
					HH-46D.  SOC Mar 28, 2005.  On display at MCAS Beaufort, SC.
				152531 (c/n 2153) with HMM-165 shot down by small arms fire Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam May 5, 1968.  Pilot KIA, 3 other
					crew members survived and were rescued.
				152532 (c/n 2154) with HMM-165 srashed after mechanical failure near Dong Ha, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam 
					Jul 3, 1967.  All 4 crew killed. 
				152533 (c/n 2155) with HMM-165 washed out Jun 6, 1968, Ivo Phu Bai, RVN due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				152534 (c/n 2156) with HMM-164 shot down by automatic weapons fire in Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Mar 16, 1967.
					All crew survived and were rescued.
				152535 (c/n 2157) Stored MASDC as 1J0074 Sep 12, 1972, returned to service.  Redesignated HH-46A Mar 18, 1974.  Converted to
					HH-46D. (HC-6) crashed Jan 10, 1994.
				152536 (c/n 2158) with HMM-164 washed out Aug 11, 1969 aboard USS Valley Forge in South China Sea due to excessive battle
					damage or excessive wear.
				152537 (c/n 2159) with HMM-164 crashed in South China Sea SE of Hue off Phu Bai, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Mar 1, 1969.
					3 survived but copilot was killed.
				152538 (c/n 2160) to MASDC as 1J060 Mar 29, 1972, returned to service.  Redesignated HH-46A Mar 26, 1974.  Converted to 
					CH-46D.  To AMARC as 1J0024 Oct 20, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008  
				152539 (c/n 2161) to MASDC as 1J0070 Jul 8, 1972, returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Apr 30, 1975.  Converted to HH-46D.  SOC Dec 8, 2003
				152540 (c/n 2162) redesignated HH-46A Mar 1, 1974.  W/o Aug 27, 1987
				152541 (c/n 2163) hit by machine gun fire while on ground at landing zone in South Vietnam Apr 27, 1967.  Caught fire and
					burned, but all crew survived and were rescued.
				152542 (c/n 2164) Redesignated HH-46A Sep 25, 1973.  With HC-16, ditched in 
					Gulf of Mexico Jul 12, 1984 following engine failure.
				152543 (c/n 2165) Redesignated HH-46A Aug 13, 1973.  Crashed on a nighttime SAR mission at NAS Whidbey Island 
					Sep 13, 1980, killing 5 crew.
				152544 (c/n 2166) hit by machine gun fire at landing zone in Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Jan 20, 1968.  Caught fire and
					was destroyed, but all crew survived and were rescued.
				152545 (c/n 2167) crashed on takeoff Jun 2, 1968 aboard USS Valley Forge in South China Sea.  3 killed, all other crew survived.
				152546 (c/n 2168) washed out Sep 7, 1966 at Marble Mountain, RVN (only 76 days lifetime) due to excessive battle damage or
					excessive wear.
				152547 (c/n 2169) with HMM-265 washed out at Marble Mountain, Quang Nam, South Vietnam Oct 25, 1968 due to excessive battle damage
					or excessive wear.
				152548 (c/n 2170) w/o Jul 20, 1969, MCAS Futenma, Japan
				152549 (c/n 2171) with HMM-262 washed out May 31, 1967, Marble Mountain, RVN due to damage suffered Apr 21, 1967.
				152550 (c/n 2172) with HMM-262 broke up in flight and crashed into South China Sea off Ky Ha Beach, RVN May 12, 1967.  4 killed.
				152551 (c/n 2173) with HMM-262 washed out Apr 27, 1967, Marble Mountain, RVN due to excessive damage or excessive wear.
				152552 (c/n 2174) with HMM-165 crashed in mountains west of Chu Lai, Quang Nagi Province, South Vietnam Jan 7, 1969 while on flight
					from Chu Lai to Marble Mountain, RVN.  All aboard killed.
				152553 (c/n 2175) to MASDC as 1J0069 Jun 30, 1972.  Returned to service.
					Redesignated HH-46A Oct 23, 1973.  Converted to HH-46D.  
					To AMARC Jan 15, 2003 as 1J0008.  SOC Mar 13, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
152554/152579		Boeing Vertol CH-46D Sea Knight
				c/n 2176/2201
				152554 (c/n 2176) redesignated JCH-46D Aug 2, 1966, back to
					CH-46D Oct 5, 1966.  w/o Sep 17, 1975, Norfolk, VA
				152555 (c/n 2177) w/o Aug 14, 1996
				152556 (c/n 2178) with HMM-262 hit by mortar round while dropping a sling load on a landing zone in Quang Tri
					Province, South Vietnam Mar 11,1969.  All crew survived and were rescued.
				152557 (c/n 2179) with HMM-262 shot down by RPG in a valley NE of Rockpile Mountain, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam  Sep 21, 1968.
					All 5 onboard killed.
				152558 (c/n 2180) with HMM-262 hit by automatic weapons fire in landing zone in Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Jan 25, 1967.
					All crew survived and were rescued.
				152559 (c/n 2181) with HMM-262 collided with Army UH-1E near Hlll 304 Cam Lo Valley, Quang tri Province, South Vietnam May 2, 1969.
					All 12 onboard killed.
				152560 (c/n 2182) with HMM-262 shot down by automatic weapons fire at Fire Support base Erskine, Quang Tri Province, 
					South Vietnam May 10, 1969.  3 crew injured and survived and were rescued, but 2 crew and 5 Marine passengers were killed.
				152561 (c/n 2183) with HMM-262 shot down by automatic weapons fire Aug 4, 1967, Quang Tri, RVN.  All crew survived and were rescued.
				152562 (c/n 2184) converted to CH-46E.  From HMMT-164 to AMARC in 2014
				152563 (c/n 2185) SOC Mar 10, 2004.
				152564 (c/n 2186) w/o Apr 9 1972.
				152565 (c/n 2187) w/o Nov 17, 1985
				152566 (c/n 2188) with HMM-262 hit by heavy artillery round N of Gio Lin, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Aug 19, 1968.
					2 crew survived, 3 KIA.
				152567 (c/n 2189) to AMARC as 1J0006 Sep 24, 2002.  SOC Mar 13, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				152568 (c/n 2190) with HMM-262 shot down by automatic weapons fire Nov 7, 1968, Quang Tri, RVN.  All crew survived and were rescued.
				152569 (c/n 2191) with HMM-262 crashed into South China Sea E of Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Aug 30, 1967.  All 5 onboard killed.
				152570 (c/n 2192) with HMM-262 hit by machine gun fire and made forced landing in Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Dec 9, 1968.
					All crew survived and were rescued, but helicopter destroyed by US forces to prevent capture.
				152571 (c/n 2193) with HMM-262 hit by ground fire and made forced landing in Quant Tri Province, South Vietnam Mar 28, 1968.  All crew 
					survived and were rescued, but helicopter destroyed by US forces to prevent capture.
				152572 (c/n 2194) w/o May 3, 1967, Santa Ana, CA
				152573 (c/n 2195, HC-6, Det 2) lost at sea Feb 10, 1977 175 km SE of Palma de Majorca.
					3 injured, 2 killed.
				152574 (c/n 2196) registered to US Department of State as N574AW Mar 5, 2014.
				152575 (c/n 2197) with HC-8 crashed onto deck of USS America Apr 1, 1986, damaging two
					S-3As, two EA-6Bs, and an SH-3D.
				152576 (c/n 2198) with HMM-364 shot down by ground fire near An Hoa< Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Aug 7, 1970.  3 crew survived
					and were rescued, but 2 were KIA. 
				152577 (c/n 2199) to MASDC as 1J0020 Dec 7, 1971.  Returned to
					service.  Converted to CH-46E.  Also reported as having been shot down by tround fire with HMM-262 in Quang Nam Province,
					South Vietnam Sep 22, 1970.  All 5 crew KIA.
				152578 (c/n 2200) converted to CH-46E.  SOC Oct 24, 2012,  To Naval Air Test Museum at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland 
					in Nov 2012.
				152579 (c/n 2201, HMM-268) suddenly nosed down and crashed 9 mi S of
					Umm Qasr, Kuwait Mar 21, 2003.  4 USMC crew and 9 British
					servicemen aboard all killed.
152580/152582		Ling-Temco-Vought YA-7A-1-CV Corsair II
				152580 rolled inverted on landing and crashed at NAF China Lake Mar 23, 1966.  Pilot ejected safely.
				152581 became NA-7A.  To MASDC as 6A0041 Oct 6, 1975.
152583/152646		Grumman A-6A Intruder
				c/n I-131/194
				152587, 152590, 152592, 152597, 152598, 152606,
					152611, 152618, 152619, 152624, 152626, 152628,
					152632, 152637 converted as KA-6D tanker.
				152616, 152617 converted to A-6B defense suppression aircraft.
					152583/152585, 152587, 152591, 152593, 152596,
					152599, 152600, 152603, 152607, 152610, 152614,
					152617, 152620, 152621, 153623, 152630, 153634,
					152635, 152640/152642, 152645 brought up to
					A-6E standards.
				152583 to MASDC as 5A0012 Dec 1, 1978.  Converted to A-6E, returned to service.
				152584 to MASDC as 5A0017 Jan 24, 1979.  Converted to A-6E, returned to service.
					Back to AMARC as 5A0119 Jul 25, 1994
				152585 crashed at Beale AFB,CA Jul 13, 1984.  Pilot put up flaps
					on takeoff instead of landing gear causing the aircraft to lose lift
					and crash on runway.  Crew ejected safely.
				152586 (VMA-242) hit by ground fire over A Shau Valley, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam and crashed Jan 17, 1969.
					Both crew killed.
				152587 to MASDC as 5A0015 Jan 12, 1979.  Converted to A-6E, back to service.  
					To MASDC as 5A0048 Jan 8, 1981, returned to service.
				152588 (VMA-241) destroyed on ground at Da Nang, South Vietnam by VC rocket fire Mun 29, 1968.
				152589 (VA-85) shot down by AAA 2 mi from Kep, Ha Bac Province, North Vietnam Apr 24, 1967.  Both crew ejected and became POW.
				152591 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0219 Aug 16, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				152592 (KA-6D) to AMARC as 5A0055 Dec 6, 1990
				152593 (VX-5) at night collidied midair with A-7E 159299 at China
					Lake, CA Aug 30, 1976. Both crew ejected safely.
				152594 (VA-35) shot down by SAM 20 mi SW of Hanoi, North Vietnam May 19, 1967.  Both crew ejected, one became POW, other MIA.
				152595 (VMA-242) destroyed on ground at DaNang, South Vietnam by VC rocket attack Jan 27, 1968.  
				152596 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0071 Jun 24, 1993
				152597 converted to KA-6D.  With VA-115 suffered fire in cockpit over Gulf of Tonkin May 2, 1972.  Both crew
					ejected and were rescued.
				152598 converted to KA-6D.  With VA-115 suffered fire in refueling equipment over Gulf of Tonkin Aug 12, 1971.
					Both crew ejected and were rescued.
				152599 (A-6E) on display on USS Yorktown, Patriots Point, Charlestown, SC.
				152600 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0243 Jan 31, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2003.
				152601 (VMA-242) crashed for unknown reason near Canal Des Rapides Bridge 15 mi E of Hanoi, North Vietnam Oct 30, 1967.
					Both crew killed.
				152603 converted to A-6E.  To MASDC as 5A0020 Feb 9, 1979.  Returned to service.
					Was to to go to Virginia Aviation Museum, Richmond IAP, VA.  In 2009 was
					on display in Richmond, Indiana.
				152607 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A-200 Jul 9, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2001
				152608 collided on takeoff with C-141A 65-9407 at Da Nang AB,
					Vietnam Mar 23, 1967.  Plane crashed, but both crew
					members survived.  5 of the 6 crew on the C-141 were killed.
				152609 (VMA-242) shot down by AAA 20 mi SE of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Apr 17, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
				152610 sunk for use as artificial reef
				152612 (VMA-242) shot down by AAA near Haiphong, North Vietnam Nov 25, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
				152614 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0147 Jan 18, 1995.  SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				152617 converted to A-6B.  To MASDC as 5A0001 Jul 1, 1975.  Returned to service.
					Converted to A-6E. Back to AMARC as 5A0099 Jun 2, 1994
				152619 (KA-6D) to AMARC as 5A0061 Jan 31, 1992
				152621 converted to A-6E.  To MASDC a 5A0045 Aug 22, 1980.  Returned to service.
				152623 sunk for use as artificial reef
				152625 (VA-196) shot down by PLAAF MiG-19 fighter on Chinese border with Quang Ninh Province, North Vietnam Aug 21, 1967.  Both crew
					ejected, one beame POW and one KIA.
				152627 (VA-196) shot down by PLAAF MiG-19 fighter on Chinese border with Quang Ninh Province, North Vietnam Aug 21, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
				152629 (VA-196) shot down by AAA near Van La 10 mi S of Hanoi, North Vietnam Nov 2, 1967.  Both crew KIA
				152631 (VMA-533) collided in midair with F-83 150857 near Da Nang, South Vietnam over South China Sea Feb 23, 1968.
					Both crew ejected and were rescued.  F-8E pilot killed.
				152632 collided in midair with F-8E 150857 over South China Sea near Da Nang, SVN Feb 23, 1968.  Pilot ejected
					and was rescued.  Pilot of F-8E killed.  Was not lost in 1968 but was converted to KA-6D and continued to
					serve with VA-52 until Dec 29, 1979 when it was lost at sea due to a bad catapult launch.  Both crew killed.
				152634 sunk for use as artificial reef
				152637 (VMA-533) shot down by AAA 20 mi NW of Hanoi in Vinh Yen Area, Tuyen Quang Province, North Vietnam Jan 18, 1968.
					Both crew KIA.
				152638 (VA-196) shot down by SAM over Duc Noi Rail Yard 5 mi N of Hanoi, North Vietnam Aug 21, 1967.  Both crew ejected and
					became POW.
				152639 (VMA-533) shot down by AAA E of Hon Gay City, Quang Ninh Province, North Vietnam Aug 26, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
				152641 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0085 Nov 24, 1993
				152642 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0167 Sep 13, 1995
				152644 (VMA-533) shot down by SAM 20 mi SW of Hanoi, North Vietnam Feb 24, 1968.  Two crew ejected and became POW.
				152645 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0173 Oct 18, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2000.
152647/152650		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7A-2-CV Corsair II
				152647 to MASDC as 6A0044 Jan 17, 1977.  Seen 2006 on display at High Springs Community School, FL,
					on loan from Naval Air Musuem, Pensacola, FL.
				152650 (c/n A-007) in May 1967 was gate guardian at NAS Cecil Field.  Now at Don Garletts racing museum, Ocala, FL
152651/152660		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7A-3a-CV Corsair II
				152651 to MASDC as 6A0080 Oct 7, 1977.
				152655 to MASDC as 6A0040 Jul 25, 1975.  Returned to service.  To Portuguese AF Mar 1983 for spares. 
				152656 to MASDC as 6A0079 Oct 7, 1977.  Returned to service.  To Portuguese AF Mar 1983 for spares.
				152657 to MASDC as 6A0045 Mar 25, 1977.  Returned to service.  To Portuguese AF in 1980 for spares
				152658 on display at Naval Air Test and Evaluation Museum, Patuxent, MD since 1979.
					Marked as A-7C but carried correct serial.
				152659 to MASDC as 6A0042 Nov 5, 1975.
				152660 to MASDC as 6A0121 Dec 29, 1981.  Seen on display at England Air Park (Former) England AFB, Alexandria
					Louisiana mounted on pylon marked as USAF A-7D 69-6234.
152661/152685		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7A-3b-CV Corsair II
				152665 (VA-56) lost overboard during inclement weather from USS Midway 
					CV-41 Jan 13, 1977 while being repositioned.  Plane captain Ed Moore was 
					in the cockpit at the time. Both plane and the captain went down
					in the icy sea and were never seen again.
				152666 (VA122) crashed near NAS Lemoore, CA May 17, 1968.  Pilot killed
				152667 to MASDC as 6A0055 May 26, 1977.  To Portuguese AF Sep 1980 for spares.
				152668 sectioned airframe on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation to Chicago
					Museum of Science and Industry.  Instrument panel on display at Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington,
					Illinois.
				152669 to MASDC as 6A0053 May 26, 1977.  Returned to service
				152673 to MASDC as 6A0059 May 27, 1977.  Back to service.  To Portuguese AF Oct 1983 for spares.
					Seen in yard in North Hollywood, CA Jan 2007.  Preserved at Planes of Fame Museum, Chino, CA
				152674 (VX-5) crashed after midair collision with Cessna 210B N9771X
					near Owens Peak, CA Aug 1, 1967. Pilot killed, also all 3 onboard Cessna.
				152675 to MASDC as 6A0065 Jun 1, 1977.  Returned to service.  To Portuguese AF Jul 1983 for spares
				152676 to MASDC as 6A0087 Nov 18, 1977.  To Portuguese AF Sep 1983 for spares
				152677 to MASDC as 6A0068 Jun 1, 1977.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as 6A0122 Dec 29, 1981.  To
					Holloman Range, New Mexico May 1995
				152678 to MASDC as 6A0062 Jun 1, 1977.  To Portuguese AF Sep 1983 for spares.
				152679 (VA-86) suffered engine failure over Gulf of Tonkin Nov 15, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				152680 (VA-82) suffered engine failure over Laos.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				152681 on display at Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, IL
				152682 to MASDC as 6A0057 May 27, 1977.  To Portuguese AF Sep 1980 for spares.			
152686			Sikorsky UH-34D Seahorse
				c/n 58-1761.  Sometimes listed as FMS, but not sure where sold.  SOC May 30, 1968.  
152687/152689		Douglas C-118A Liftmaster
				Ex-USAF C-118As transferred to US Navy.
				152687 (c/n 44626) ex-USAAF 53-3255.  Now preserved at McGuire AFB in USAF colors.
				152688 (c/n 44627) ex-USAAF 53-3256.  To civil registry as N203CM (circle M Aviation, Hockessin, DE)
				152689 (c/n 44661) ex-USAAF 53-3290.  To MASDC as 8C0025 Jan 11, 1978.  To civil registry as N747CE.  Was stored at 
					McClellan AFB, CA.  Stored at Greybull, WY as N233HP Aug 2, 2006.  After some years with
					Hawkins and Powers at Greybull, WY as spares source, registered to Everts Air Fuel
					in 2006  as N233HP.  Since converted to fuel hauler and reregistered N747CE.
152690/152713		Sikorsky SH-3D Sea King
				152694/152699 (c/n 61.349/61.354)
				152694,152700,152701,152702,152703,152704,152708, 152709,152710,152712 converted to SH-3H.
				152694,152704,152708,152709,152710 converted to UH-3H.
				152690 (c/n 61341) w/o Jan 21, 1967.
				152691 (c/n 61343) w/o Oct 3, 1969
				152692 (c/n 61346) w/o Aug 4, 1971
				152693 (c/n 61348) to AMARC as 9H0021 Jun 20, 1991.  To Brazil Navy as N-3017 May 13, 1996.
				152694 (c/n 61349) converted to SH-3H.  To Canadian Forces as instructional airframe in 2001.
				152695 (c/n 61350) w/o Mar 18, 1978
				152696 (c/n 61351) to civil registry as N92590
				152697 (c/n 61352) to AMARC as 9H0064 Feb 25, 1994.
				152698 (c/n 61353) w/o Sep 18, 1969
				152699 (c/n 61-354)
				152700 (c/n 61356) converted to UH-3H. SOC Jan 17, 2006.  Seen at Ford Iisland, Pearl Harbor, HI Oct 2007
				152701 (c/n 61357) converted to UH-3H.  SOC Sep 2, 2006.  Put on display at Naval Air Museum at Barbers Point, Hawaii. 
				152702 (c/n 61360) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0061 Dec 17, 1994.  To LA County Sheriff Dept 
					as N950DF Nov 7, 1997
				152703 (c/n 61366) to AMARC as 9H0098 Sep 12, 1995.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  To civil registry as N434SF with State
					Department in Jun 2011.  To Sikorsky aircraft Mar 2012.
				152704 (c/n 61367) converted to UH-3H.  Assigned to HSL-51 in Atsugi, Japan as COMSEVENTHFLEET
					VIP helicopter.  Scheduled for retirement fall 2004 and will
					be placed on a pylon at NAS Atsugi.  SOC Oct 5, 2005.  Seen outside at gate at NAF Atusgi, Japan Apr 28, 2012.
				152705 (c/n 61368) to AMARC as 9H0028 Apr 29, 1992
				152706 (c/n 61371) w/o Sep 15, 1968.
				152707 (c/n 61372) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0054 Dec 13, 1993.  To LA County Sheriff Dept 
					as N950SB Nov 7, 1997
				152708 (c/n 61373) converted to SH-3H
				152709 (c/n 61374) converted to UH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0102 Feb 29, 1996
				152710 (c/n 61376) converted to SH-3G.
				152711 (c/n 61377) used in Apollo 8,10, 11, 12, and 13 recoveries by HS-4.
					Lost in crash at sea off NAS Imperial Beach, CA in Jun 
					1975.  1 killed, 3 survived.
				152712 (c/n 61378) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0057 Dec 16, 1993.  To N951AB.  To LA County Sheriff Dept as 
					N240HJ Nov 7, 1997.
				152713 (c/n 61379) 
152714/152717		Grumman F-111B
				152714 (c/n A2-06) first pre-production aircraft was accepted on 30 June 1968 after a first flight on 29 June. 
					It was used for Grumman testing of supersonic flight with the Phoenix missile before being briefly assigned to
					Hughes in 1969. At Culver City, it was used for Hughes pilot checkout and then probably simply stripped of 
					useful spares for the missile control system before being flown to Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona on 8 July 1969 
					for storage at AMARC as 7F0001 Jul 8, 1969.  On 25 May 1971, with the Phoenix testing with the F-111B having 
					concluded, it was formally stricken after making only 34 flights for a total of 52.9 hours. Custody was 
					taken over by the Air Force as FV0014 Dec 28, 1973.  It was subsequently transferred, at least administratively, 
					from Davis-Monthan AFB to McClellan AFB, California in September 1979 and moved there at some point in
					the next year or two, if not sooner. (McClellan was the Air Force’s main depot for overhauling F-111s 
					and the location of the F-111 wing cold-proof facility).  It was reportedly used, or to be used, for a 
					battle damage repair course.  The fuselage was eventually sold—“demilitarized … for recovery of basic material
					content, parts, and components”—in a U.S. government auction and moved to a junkyard near Mohave, California. 
					The Cactus Air Force purchased it in 2010 and relocated it to the Wings & Wheels Museum at the Silver 
					Springs Regional Airport near Reno, Nevada.
				152715 (c/n A2-07) was the second pre-production aircraft, which first flew after the program was terminated, was 
					also operated by Hughes along with 151972 for Phoenix missile tests until it was transferred to China Lake 
					in April 1971 for “desert exposure testing.” It was officially stricken 15 May 1971. As of 2012, it was 
					still at China Lake and relatively intact from the standpoint of major airframe components.
				152716, 152717 cancelled.
152718/152733		Lockheed P-3B-65-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5158/5173
				152718 (c/n 185-5158) to AMARC as 2P0095 Feb 23, 1993.  To Argentine Navy Oct 28, 1998 as 0867.  Stored Mar 2012
					at Trelew.
				152719 (c/n 185-5159) modified to EP-3J.  To AMARC as 2P0188 Sept 13, 1999.  SOC Sep 16, 2003
				152720 (c/n 185-5160, VP-1) crashed into mountain side on Kauai, HI Jun 16, 1983.  All 14 on board killed.
				152721 (c/n 185-5161) to AMARC as 2P0069 Aug 28, 1991.  Acquired by South Korean Navy Sep 2007.  Modified to P-3CK
				152722 (c/n 185-5162) registered to US Customs Service Jul 19, 1990 as N147CS.  Currently registered to
					US Customs and Border Protection.
				152723 (c/n 185-5163) to AMARC as 2P0063 Jul 30, 1991.  Acquired by South Korean Navy Mar 2006, modified to P-3CK
				152724 (c/n 185-5164, VP-23) crashed into Atlantic Ocean off Jajes, Azores Apr 26, 1978.  7 killed.
				152725 (c/n 185-5165) assigned to VP-23, coded LJ-5.  To AMARC as 2P0099 Sep 9, 1993.  Acquired by South Korean Navy
					Jun 2006
				152726 (c/n 185-5166) to AMARC as 2P0091 Jan 28, 1993.  Acquired by South Korean Navy Aug 2007 and modifed to P-3CK
				152727 (c/n 185-5167, UP-3B) to AMARC as 2P0173 Oct 30, 1995
				152728 (c/n 185-5168) to AMARC as 2P0185 Mar 17, 1998.  SOC Apr 2, 1999.  Acquired by South Korean Navy for spares but
					remained at AMARC.  To Dross Metals Nov 2009 and broken up for spares.
				152729 (c/n 185-5169) to AMARC as 2P0112 Dec 10, 1993.  Registered to US Customs Service May 4, 2000 as N769SK.
					Currently registered to US Customs and Border Protection.
				152730 (c/n 185-5170) to AMARC as 2P0083 Aug 27, 1992
				152731 (c/n 185-5171) to AMARC as 2P0068 Aug 27, 1991.  Aircraft may have spent some
					time with US Department of Commerce as N41RF spare parts source, but might not have been
					taken up. To civil registry Feb 1997 with Aero
					Union Corp as N926AU Fire Bomber No. 26.  Crashed on training 
					flight Apr 20, 2005 30 mi NE of Chico, CA in Tehama County in the Ishi
					Wilderness of the Lassen National Forest.  Registration N926AU cancelled
					by FAA May 13, 2005.
				152732 (c/n 185-5172) to AMARC as 2P0096 Mar 31, 1993.  To Argentine Navy Jul 9, 1999 as 0868.  To storage
					at Trelew for spares Mar 2012
				152733 (c/n 185-5173) in wheels-up landing with VP-1 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii May 17, 1983.  Aircraft SOC.
152734/152750		Lockheed P-3B-70-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5174/5189, 5191
				152734 (c/n 185-5174) to AMARC as 2P0068 Aug 27, 1991
				152735 (c/n 185-5175) registered Feb 12, 1991 to NASA as N426NA
				152736 (c/n 185-5176) to AMARC as 2P0066 Aug 20, 1991
				152737 (c/n 185-5177) to AMARC as 2P0080 Apr 30, 1992
				152738 (c/n 185-5178) converted to RP-3D.  To AMARC as 2P0110 Dec 1, 1993
				152739 (c/n 185-5179) convertedt to NP-3B and equipped with elongated ventral canoe pot.  Test bed for P-3C
					Service Life Extension Program Mar 2002.
				152740 (c/n 185-5180) converted to UP-3B, equipped with minimod systems that provide Project
					Birdseye and Seascan.  To AMARC as 2P0133 Mar 16, 1994.  To Western International, Tucson, AZ Apr 4, 2005,
					dismantled for spares.
				152741 (c/n 185-5181) to AMARC as 2P0107 Nov 18, 1993.  To US Customs Service Oct 21, 1999 and registered as
					N741SK Feb 14, 2000.  Currenly registered to US Customs and Border Protection.
				152742 (c/n 185-5182) to AMARC as 2P0125 Feb 23, 1994
				152743 (c/n 185-5183) to AMARC as 2P0079 Apr 1, 1992.
				152744 (c/n 185-5184) to AMARC as 2P0092 Jan 29, 1993.  To Greek Navy Jun 20, 1996.  Noted in service Sep 2005.
				152745 (c/n 185-5185, EP-3J) written off after ground cockpit fire Apr 25, 1998 NAS Brunswick, ME.  
					Used as spares source.
				152746 (c/n 185-5186) to AMARC as 2P0093 Jan 29, 1993.  To Argentine Navy as 0869/6-9-101 Dec 5, 1997
				152747 (c/n 185-5187) to AMARC as 2P0135 Mar 22, 1994.  To Greece Apr 30, 1996.  Stored Aug 2010 at Elefis AB
				152748 (c/n 185-5188) on display at Selfridge Military Air Museum, MI.
				152749 (c/n 185-5189, VP-10) crashed into water at NAS Brunswick, Maine Mar 15, 1973.  5 killed.
				152750 (c/n 185-5191) to AMARC as 2P0086 Dec 16, 1992
152751/152765		Lockheed P-3B-75-LO Orion
				152751 (c/n 185-5193) to AMARC as 2P0117 Jan 6, 1994
				152752 (c/n 185-5194) to AMARC as 2P0223 Dec 15, 1993.  To Allied yard, E Drexel Road, Tucson, AZ for spare parts
					for Argentine Navy
				152753 (c/n 185-5195) to AMARC as 2P0084 Sep 30, 1992.  Acquired by South Korean Navy as 090915 and converted to P-3CK.
				152754 (c/n 185-5196) to AMARC as 2P0118 Jan 6, 1994
				152755 (c/n 185-5197) converted to UP-3B.  To AMARC as 2P0100 Sep 9, 1993
				152756 (c/n 185-5198) to AMARC as 2P0064 Aug 13, 1991
				152757 (c/n 185-5199, VP-8) crashed after wing separated in flight over Paris, Maine Sep 22, 1978.  7 killed.
				152758 (c/n 185-5201) once tested feasibility of Orion inflight refuelling.  Also was the first testbed
					for the NAVSTAR Satellite Navigation System, which is now known as GPS.  To AMARC as 2P0094 Feb 19, 1993.
					Scrapped at HVF West, Tucson, AZ
				152759 (c/n 185-5203) to AMARC as 2P0134 Mar 21, 1994.  Scrapped at HVF West, Tucson, AZ
				152760 (c/n 185-5204) to AMARC as 2P0081 Jul 17, 1992.  To Australia as  TAP-3 spare in 1995.  Scrapped
					Jun 4, 2008.
				152761 (c/n 185-5205) to AMARC as 2P0103 Nov 4, 1993.  To Argentine Navy as 0870
				152762 (c/n 185-5206) to AMARC as 2P0071 Nov 20, 1991.  To South Korean Navy as 090916, converted to P-3CK
				152763 (c/n 185-5207) to AMARC as 2P0111 Dec 2, 1993.  To Argentine Navy as 0871
				152764 (c/n 185-5209) on display at NAS Whidbey Island, WA.
				152765 (c/n 185-5210, VP-31) in hard landing at NAS Lemoore, CA, caught fire Mar 6, 1969.
152766/152785		Grumman E-2A
				Model G-123.  Cancelled contract	
152786/152797		Grumman C-2A-05-GR Greyhound
				152783 (c/n 3) to AMARC as IC0002 Jul 17, 1989
				152786 to AMARC as 1C0002 Jun 17, 1987
				152790 (c/n 7) to AMARC as 1C0001 Nov 10, 1986.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				152791 (c/n 8) to AMARC as 1C0004 Jun 17, 1987.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				152794 (c/n 11) to AMARC as 1C0003 Jun 17, 1987.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				152795 on display at Orion Park, NAS North Island, CA
				152796 (c/n 13, VRC-50) crashed Oct 2, 1969 in Gulf of Tonkin while on flight from NAS Cubi
					Point to aircraft carrier USS Constellation.  Probable engine failure in turn on 
					approach to landing.  26 passengers and crew missing.
152798/152845		Grumman S2F-3S Tracker
				Model G-121.  Redesignated S-2E in 1962.
				152799 to MASDC as 1S0456 May 6, 1974.
				152800 (c/n 269C) to Royal Australian Navy Apr 5, 1977 as N12-152800, code 846. Withdrawn from use by RAN Aug 12, 1984.
					To Hookway Aviation, West Sale, Victoria Sep 1992.  Believed still stored at West Sale.
				152801 (c/n 270C) to Brazilian AF Mar 11, 1976 as P-16E FAB 7032.  Preserved at 
					Base Aérea de Santa Cruz
				152804 to MASDC as 1S0594.  To civil registry as N6194L.  In 2011 was derelict in a compound 1 mi S of St 
					Augustine Airport, Florida.  Scrapped May 11, 2011.
				152805 (c/n 274C) to Royal Australian Navy Apr 5, 1977 as N12-152805, code 847.  Withdrawn from use by RAN 
					Aug 12, 1984.  To Hookway Aviation, West Sale, Victoria Sep 1992.  Believed still stored at West Sale.
				152807 (c/n 276C) to Royal Australian Navy Apr 5, 1977 as N12-152807, code 848.  Withdrawn from use 
					by RAN Aug 12, 1984.  Scrapped 1995.
				152808 (S-2E) with VS-38 in 1968.  (S-2G) to MASDC as 1S0519 Apr 14, 1975.  Registered N517DF to US Forestry Commission 
					Aug 21, 1996
				152809 (c/n 278C) to Royal Australian Navy Apr 5, 1977 as N12-152809, code 849.  Withdrawn from use by 
					RAN Aug 12, 1984.  To Hookway Aviation, West Sale, Victoria Sep 1992.  Believed still stored at West Sale.
				152810 (S-2G) to MASDC as 1S0567 Aug 12, 1975
				152811 (c/n 280C) to Royal Australian Navy Apr 5, 1977 as N12-152811, code 850.  Withdrawn from use by RAN 
					Aug 12, 1984.  To Hookway Aviation, West Sale, Victoria Sep 1992.  Believed still stored at West Sale.
				152812 (c/n 281C) to Royal Australian Navy Apr 5, 1977 as N12-152812, code 851.  Withdrawn from use by RAN 
					Aug 12, 1984.  To QANTAS Feb 1990 as a training aid.  To Historical Aircraft Restoration Society
					Nov 2006 to be rebuilt to airworthy condition.
				152813 (c/n 282C) to Turkish Navy as TCB-813.  WFU Feb 10, 1993.
				158814 (c/n 283C) to Brazilian AF as S-2E Logistic FAB 7038.  Cannibalized for parts
					at Parque de Material Aeronáutico de São Paulo
				152815 (S-2G) to MASDC as 1S0563 Aug 2, 1975
				152816 (c/n 285C) to Royal Australian NavyApr 5, 1977 as N12-152816, code 852.  Withdrawn from use by RAN 
					Aug 12, 1984.  To Hookway Aviation, West Sale, Victoria Sep 1992.  Believed still stored at West Sale.
					Became N16FV but not current
				152817 (c/n 0341-017) to MASDC as 1S0531 Apr 22, 1975.  To civilian registry as N422DF with Marsh Aviation.  Also shows c/n 286C.
					A previous registration of N518DF was cancelled in Aug 1998 at 'owner's request'.  
					N422DF and N450DF listed as colliding over northern California, killing both pilots.
				152818 to MASDC as 1S0402 May 22, 1973
				152820 (c/n 0341-024) to MASDC as 1S0570 Sep 15, 1975.  To civilian registry as N424DF with Marsh Aviation.  Listed with c/n 289C.
					A previous registration of N519DF cancelled Aug 1998 at 'owner's request'.
				152824 (c/n 0341-028) to MASDC as 1S0532 Apr 22, 1975.  Registered N511DF to US Forestry Commission Aug 21, 1996.  Later on 
					civilian registry as N426DF with Marsh Aviation
				152825 (c/n 0341-029) to MASDC as 1S0568 Aug 13, 1975.  To US Forestry Service as N522DF Aug 21, 1996.  Now on civilian 
					registry as N425DF with Marsh Aviation.  Listed with c/n 294C.
					Previous registration of N522DF was cancelled Aug 1998 at 'owner's request'.
				152826 (c/n 295C, S-2G) to MASDC as 1S0571 Sep 15, 1975.  Registered N442DF Oct 9, 2003
				152827 (c/n 296C) to Brazilian AF Mar 5, 1976 as P-16E FAB 7034.  To TAM Airlines for
					display at museum at Americana/SP
				152828 to MASDC as 1S0529 Apr 21, 1975
				152829 to Argentine Navy as 0701 (2-AS-22)
				152831 to MASDC as 1S0424 Aug 31, 1973.  To Peruvian Navy as AA-540
				152833 (c/n 302C) to Brazilian AF Mar 5, 1976 as P-16E FAB 7035.
					Stored at Parque de Material Aeronáutico de São Paulo.
				152836 (c/n 305C) to Brazilian AF Mar 5, 1976 as P-16E FAB 7036.  Converted to P-16H.
					Now stored at Base Aérea de Santa Cruz 
				152837 (c/n 306C) to Royal Australian Navy Apr 5, 1977 as N12-152837, code 853.  Withdrawn from use by RAN 
					Aug 12, 1984  To Hookway Aviation, West Sale, Victoria Sep 1992.  Believed still stored at West Sale.
				152838 (S-2G, cn/ 307C) to MASDC as 1S0593 Jan 23, 1976.  To US Forestry Service as 
					N523DF Aug 21, 1996.  Later re-registered as N449DF
				152840 (c/n 309C) to Brazilian AF in 1976 as S-2E Logistic.  Cannibalized for
					parts at Parque de Material Aeronáutico de São Paulo
				152841 to S-2G.  To MASDC as 1S0595 Jan 27, 1976.
				152845 (c/n 314C) to Brazilian AF Mar 5, 1976 as P-16E FAB 7037.  Preserved at
					Museu Aeroespacial at Campo dos Afonsos
152846/152878		Douglas TA-4F Skyhawk
				c/n 13492/13524.   Two-seat advanced trainer.
				152847 (TA-4J) w/o Nov 17, 1989.
				152850 (c/n 13496, TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0851 Sep 8, 1999.  Soc Jan 20, 2000.
				152852 converted to EA-4F
				152853 (TA-4J, c/n 13499) to Israel AF as 748 (250?).  To Advanced Training Systems
					International, registration N250WL allocated July 2001.
				152855 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0803 Jul 28, 1994
				152856 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0593 Jan 28, 1991
				152858 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0826 Sep 9, 1994
				152861 at Cape Girardeau MAP, MO Jul 2006
				152863 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0707 Jun 23, 1993
				152864 w/o Jun 2, 1977
				152867 at Valiant Air Commant, Titusville, FL
				152868 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0795 Jul 14, 1994.  Transferred to US Army charge as XB0001.
					Noted stored at Williams Gateway AP, AZ Mar 15, 2003
				152869 converted to EA-4F.  W/o Apr 14, 1980
				152871 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0711 Jul 1, 1993
				152874 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0591 Jan 14, 1991
				152878 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0782 Jun 13, 1994.  Transferred to US Army charge as XB0002.
					Noted apparently withdrawn from use at Williams Gateway AP, AZ Mar 15, 2003
152879/152885		North American Rockwell YOV-10A Bronco 
				152879 (NOV-10A) SOC due damage Jun 7, 1973.
				152880 (c/n 300-2) to MASDC as 1V0015 Oct 10, 1977.  Returned to service.  Reported Spring 2004 at 
					Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, KS, on loan from Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum, Quantico, VA
				152881 (c/n 300-3) to NASA as 718.  Now with Yankee Air
					Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan.  Reported as destroyed in fire at Yankee Air
					Museum Sep 9, 2004
				152882 (C/n 300-4) noted 2003 at Vintage Flying Museum, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, TX
152886/152887		Lockheed P-3B-70-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5190, 185-5192.  For Royal New Zealand AF as NZ4201/NZ4202.  Call signs ZM-ZMA/ZMB.  Modified to P-3K
152888/152890		Lockheed P-3B-75-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5200, 5202, 5208.  For Royal New Zealand AF as NZ4203/NZ4205.  Call Signs ZM-ZMF/ZMH.  Modified to P-3K.
152891/152954		Grumman A-6A Intruder
				c/n I-195/258
				152892/152894, 152896, 152906, 152910, 152911, 152913, 152914, 152919/152921, 152927, 152934,
					152939 converted as KA-6D tanker
				152895, 152902, 152904, 152905, 152907, 152908,152912, 152915, 152916, 152918, 152923/152925,
					152928/152931, 152933, 152935, 152936, 152941, 152943, 152945, 152947, 152948, 152950,
					152953, 152954 brought up to A-6E standards.
				152891 (VA-35) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin due to unknown cause Dec 26, 1969.  Both crew killed.
				152894 converted to KA-6D tanker.  With VA-115, crashed somewhere in South Korea Jul 17, 1984.
				152895 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0143 Dec 9, 1994.  SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				152900 (VX-5) SOC due damage Mar 28, 1967.
				152901 (VA-165) crashed due to unknown cause a few miles N of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Jan 26, 1968.
					Both crew killed.
				152902 sunk for use as artificial reef
				152905 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0079 Nov 9, 1993
				152907 to MASDC as 5A0010 Aug 18, 1978.  Returned to service.  Put on display at Oak Harbor City 
					Public Beach, Oak Harbor, WA.  Moved to a pylon at entrance NAS Whidbey Island, WA.
				152908 crashed into Okefenokee Swamp, FL Feb 12, 1982.  Crew ejected safely.
				152910 (KA-6D) at Western Aerospace Museum, Oakland, CA.
				152911 (KA-6D, VA-95) w/o 7/9/1991 while flying off USS Abraham
					Lincoln.  Uncommanded partial activation of an ejection seat
					left an injured crewman protruding through the canopy with
					his partially-opened parachute wrapped around the tail.
					Aircraft recovered safely to the carrier but was not repaired.
				152912 sunk for use as artificial reef
				152915 (A-6E TRAM) shot down by Syrian SAM over Lebanon December 4, 1983.  Crew ejected but
					one died of injuries sustained during ejection. The other crewman (Robert Goodman) was taken prisoner
					and released 30 days later after intervention by Rev. Jesse Jackson
				152916 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0096 May 9, 1994
				152919 (KA-6D) to AMARC as 5A0065 Apr 9, 1993
				152920 (KA-6D, VA-165) destroyed Nov 30, 1988 on forward part of
					USS Nimitz in Indian Ocean when an A-7 fired 20-mm rounds
					during a maintenance action.  6 other aircraft burned.  2 killed.
				152921 (KA-6D) to AMARC as 5A0063 Apr 8, 1993
				152922 (VA-75) shot down by AAA over Haiphong, North Vietnam Mar 6, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
				152923 converted to A-6E.  On display at Norfolk NAS Air Park, Norfolk, VA on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation.
				152924 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0116 Jul 22, 1994
				152925 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0089 Dec 21, 1993
				152928 (A-6E) to MASDC as 5A0042 Jul 17, 1980, returned to service.  With VA-155 shot down by ground fire 
					over Kuwait Jan 18, 1991, Desert Storm.  Crew KIA.
				152930 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0080 Nov 15, 1993
				152931 (A-6E) to MASDC as 5A0051 Jul 31, 1981, returned to service.  Back to AMARC as 5A0214 Aug 9, 1996.   SOC Jun 14, 2002
				152932 (VA-165) hit water during low-level approach to target E of Vinh, North Vietnam Jan 23, 1968.  Pilot KIA, navigator
					ejected and was rescued.
				152933 converted to A-6E.  Formerly on USS Intrepid Air-Sea-Space Museum, but moved to unknown location.
				152934 converted to KA-6D.  With VA-75 crashed into Gulf of Mexico on takeoff from 
					USS John F. Kennedy Jul 12, 1984.
				152935 converted to A-6E.  to MASDC as 5A0043 Aug 1, 1980.  Returned to service.  Put on display at 
					Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Glenville, NY.
				152936 at US Naval Museum of Armament and Technology, NAWS China Lake, CA
					Jan 2007
				152937 (VA-196) shot down by AAA over Khammouan Province, Laos Jan 2, 1970.  Both crew ejected but both KIA.  It is 
					believed that the navigator was captured and escaped 3 times but recaptured and died in captivity.
				152938 (VA-35) shot down by AAA 20 mi off coast of Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam in Gulf of Tonkin Feb 28, 1968.
					Both crew KIA.
				152940 (VA-35) shot down by AAA over Yen Bai Province, North Vietnam Mar 16, 1968.  Both crew ejected and became POW.
				152941 converted to A-6E.  To MASDC as 5A0035 Apr 11, 1980.  Returned to service.
					Nose noted Aug 2003 at Virginia Air and Space Center, Hampton, VA
				152942 (A-6E) to MASDC as 5A0037 Apr 16, 1980, returned to service.  Back to AMARC as 5A0103 Jun 24, 1994
				152943 (VA-35) crashed into sea after launch from USS Enterprise in Gulf of Tonkin Mar 12, 1968.  Both crew killed.
				152944 (VA-35) shot down by AAA over Bach Lang Vi Island 55 mi SE of Haiphong, North Vietnam Mar 1, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
				152946 (VA-75) shot down by AAA over Haiphong, North Vietnam Dec 21, 1972.  Both crew KIA.
				152948 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0156 Mar 27, 1995.  Air-Britain magazine
					says crashed into Gulf of Mexico May 12, 1987.
				152949 (VA-35) shot down by AAA near Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Jun 24, 1968.  Pilot KIA, navigator ejected
					and became POW.
				152950 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0194 Jun 24, 1996.  SOc Dec 5, 2000.
				152951 (VA-35) damaged by AAA over Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam May 13, 1968.   Made it back to carrier, but was on fire
					and crew ejected 2 mi from carrier and were rescued by Navy UH-2C helicopter.
				152953 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0097 May 23, 1994
				152954 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0133 Sep 28, 1994
152955/152964		Grumman A-6A Intruder 
				Contract cancelled
152965/152994		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				Redesignated F-4B-25-MC in 1963
				152965 (c/n 1283) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0114 Nov 4, 1982.
				152966 (c/n 1285) wth VF-32 either crashed into sea after bad launch from USS John F. Kennedy Oct 19, 1969, or else crashed
					into Aegean Sea after collision with F-4 155837.  Need more details.
				152967 (c/n 1287) upgraded to F-4N
				152968 (c/n 1290) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0083 Dec 20, 1977.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 412.  Salvaged at
					AMARC Feb 1979
				152969 (c/n 1294) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0059 Sep 23, 1977.  Salvaged
				152970 (c/n 1299) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0125 Oct 14, 1983.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 143 and 36.  Expended
					in missile test Jun 26, 2001
				152971 (c/n 1303) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0117 Feb 9, 1983.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 36 Oct 1991.  Expended
					in missile test Jun 6, 1995.
				152972 (c/n 1310) with VF-41 w/o onboard USS Franklin D. Roosevelt May 15, 1973.
				152973 (c/n 1313) lost 21 Sep 1965 in Vietnam while assigned to VF-21, CVW-2 flying combat mission off the 
					USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) - both crewmen killed.
				152974 (c/n 1316) with VF-154 shot down by AAA near Thu Diem, North Vietnam Jan 4, 1967.
				152975 (c/n 1323) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0129 Oct 19, 1983.  Salvaged Nov 2004
				152976 (c/n 1327) with VF-84 crashed into Atlantic Ocean off USS Independence Jun 17, 1966
				152977 (c/n  1332) upgraded to F-4N.  With VF-21, crashed into Pacific Ocean off USS Coral Sea Oct 21, 1983.  Or DBR in
					an accident?
				152978 (c/n 1336) with VF-96 damaged by AAA over North Vietnam Apr 8, 1967, and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off Cam Pha,
					North Vietnam
				152979 (c/n 1340) with VF-101 stalled and crashed May 3, 1967
				152980 (c/n 1347) with VF-11 crashed while attempting to land on USS Forrestal May 2, 1971
				152981 (c/n 1351) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0131 Oct 19, 1983.  Salvaged Sep 2004
				152982 (c/n 1355) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0137 Oct 28, 1983.   converted to QF-4N drone.  Expended in
					missile test Jun 14, 1995.
				152983 (c/n 1360) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0126 Oct 14, 1983.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 149 and 49.
					Expended in missile test Aug 2, 1996
				152984 (c/n 1363) collided with 151493 while operating from VF-92 from USS Enterprise Apr 4, 1967.  One crewman
					killed and one recovered from each aircraft
				152985 (c/n 1369) shot down by SA-2 near Van Yen/Cape Falaise, North Vietnam Sep 19, 1967 while assigned to VF-154, CVW-2 
					flying combat mission off the USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) - both crewmen killed.
				152986 (c/n 1373) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC May 1, 1984.  Put on static display at Wedell-Williams Memorial Aviation Museum, 
					Patterson, Louisiana
				152987 (c/n 1377) with VF-151 shot down by SAM near Hai Doung, North Vietnam Nov 16, 1967.
				152988 (c/n 1382) with VMFA-115 shot down near Ban Kate, Laos May 11, 1969
				152989 (c/n 1286) with VF-92 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Feb 25, 1967
				152990 (c/n 1394) with VF-114 lost April 6, 1967 in non-combat mishap from USS Kitty Hawk. Both crew members survived.
					Also reported as being converted to F-4N and going to MASDC as 8F0140 Nov 14, 1983
				152991 (c/n 1399) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0087 Feb 2, 1978.  Salvaged Sep 2004.
				152992 (c/n 1404) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Oct 13, 1983.  Currently preserved at NAS Alameda, California
				152993 (c/n 1408) with VF-154 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll near Phu Ly/Hanoi, North Vietnam Oct 9, 1966.
				152994 (c/n 1412) with VMFA-115 shot down near Phu Bai/Hue, South Vietnam Sep 7, 1968.
152995/153029		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				Redesignated F-4B-26-MC
				152995 (c/n 1419) with VF-114 crashed near NAS Miramar, California after collision with an A-4 Oct 19, 1966
				152996 (c/n 1422) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Mar 15, 1983.  Noted on pole at Birmingham Apt, Alabama Jul 2002 with false 
					USAF serial 64-1049.   As F-4N repainted at Southern Museum of Flight in 2013 with correct serial.
				152997 (c/n 1425) with VF-114 lost May 8, 1967 in non-combat mishap from USS Kitty Hawk.  One crewmember killed,
					one survived.
				152998 (c/n 1428) reported as crashing Oct 19, 1964.  Need confirmation.
				152999 (c/n 1434) with VF-114 lost control and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Apr 6, 1967.
				153000 (c/n 1437) credited with shooting down MiG-17 over North Vietnam Apr 24, 1966.  With VF-114, crashed into Gulf
					of Tonking due to battle damage Apr 24, 1967.
				153001 (c/n 1440) with VF-114 caught fire from own Zuni rockets and flamed out and crashed May 14, 1967 on flak suppression
					mission against defenses of Thanh Hoa bridge.  2 crew ejected and became POW.  Plane
					bellylanded on a mud flat and was recovered by North Vietnamese and was put on display outside
					a museum in Hanoi in one piece but badly smashed up.  In 2012 was on display in grounds of Vietnam AF
					Museum, Hanoi-Bai Mac.
				153002 (c/n 1442) with VF-114, USS Kitty Hawk, crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after collision with F-4 153043 Apr 15, 1968.  
					Both crewmembers survived.
				153003 (c/n 1446) with VF-114, USS Kitty Hawk, fell overboard into Gulf of Tonkin Apr 30, 1968.  Both crewmembers
					survived.
				153004 (c/n 1452) with VF-114 crashed near Than Hoa/Hanoi, North Vietnam May 19, 1967
				153005 (c/n 1455) with VF-114 shot down near Vinh/Quyuh Luu/Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam Dec 27, 1967
				153006 (c/n 1458) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0092 Nov 5, 1981.  Sent to Hill AFB, Utah Apr 1985
				153007 (c/n 1461) with VF-213 shot down by ground fire near Long Chau/Ninh Binh, North Vietnam Feb 4, 1967
				153008 (c/n 1466) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0130 Oct 19, 1982, to FP0003 same day.  Assigned as battle damage
					repair trainer to RAF Alconbury, England May 1986.
				153009 (c/n 1468) with VF-51) crashed into Pacific Ocean off USS Coral Sea Dec 10, 1972
				153010 (c/n 1473) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0049 Jul 1, 1977.  Returned to service.  SOC Sep 7, 1983
				153011 (c/n 1476) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N as 144.  SOC Aug 19, 2004
				153012 (c/n 1481) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0061 Sep 29, 1977, returned to service.
					Back to MASDC as 8F0150 Jan 25, 1984.  Salvaged Sep 2004
				153013 (c/n 1484) with VF-213 w/o at NAF Fallon, Nevada Oct 21, 1968
				153014 (c/n 1487) with VF-21 shot down by ground fire near Ben Thuy, North Vietnam Apr 28, 1968
				153015 (c/n 1491) with VF-213 lost control and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Jul 3, 1969.
				153016 (c/n 1496) upgraded to F-4N.  W/o with VF-21 on USS Coral Sea Jan 12, 1983.  WFU Apr 1983.
					Initially preserved at San Diego, California.  Was at Champlin Fighter Collection, Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ.  
					This museum went out of business, and the plane is now at CAF Arizona Wing Museum at Falcon Field.
				153017 (c/n 1501) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Oct 13, 1983.  Salvaged at NAS North Island, California in 1984
				153018 (c/n 1504) with VF-114 lost control and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Mar 13, 1969
				153019 (c/n 1509) credited with shooting down an An 2 over North Vietnam Dec 20, 1966.  Was with VF-111 on USS Coral Sea 
					during 1971-72. Credited with shooting down MiG 17 over North Vietnam Mar 6, 1972.  Upgraded to
					F-4N.  Now on a pedestal at NAS Key West, Florida
				153020 (c/n 1512) credited with shooting down two MiG 17s over North Vietnam May 23, 1972.  With VF-161 shot down by SAM 
					near Namh Dinh, North Vietnam Aug 15, 1972.
				153021 (c/n 1516) with VF-121 caught fire and crashed into sea off California Nov 16, 1970
				153022 (c/n 1521) credited with shooting down an An 2 over North Fietnam Dec 20, 1966.  With VMFA-314, crashed into sea off 
					Chu Lai AB, South Vietnam due to battle damage Jun 11, 1970.  Or did it manage to land and was later
					w/o due to DBR?
				153023 (c/n 1525) upgraded to F-4N. W/o on USS Coral Sea Apr 3, 1983.
				153024 (c/n 1530) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0043 Jun 10, 1977.  Sent to be target on Indian Springs Range, Nevada
					Jun 1983.
				153025 (c/n 1534) with VF-51 shot down by missile fired by MiG-21 piloted by Hoang Quoc Dung 
					near Mai Houng/Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam Apr 27, 1972.  2 crew POW.
				153026 (c/n 1538, VMFA-323) converted to F-4N. Crashed E of China Lake, CA Apr 15, 1981.  Pilot killed.
				153027 (c/n 1542) credited with shooting down MiG 17 over North Vietnam Apr 24, 1967.  Converted to F-4N.  
					To MASDC as 8F0142 Nov 17, 1983.  Salvaged Nov 2004
				153028 (c/n 1547) with VF-74 w/o on USS Forrestal Aug 1, 1968.
				153029 (c/n 1550) with VF-114 crashed into South China Sea after bad launch from USS Kitty Hawk Jan 19, 1967.  
					Both crew killed
153030/153056		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom
				Redesignated F-4B-27-MC in 1962
				153030 (c/n 1557) converted to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 145.  Flown from NAS Point Mugu to NAS North Island 
					Aug 25, 2004, being last flight of a US Navy F-4.  Became an exhibit on
					SCACM Midway, San Diego, California Dec 7, 2004, on loan from National Museum
					of Naval Aviation.
				153031 (c/n 1559) with VF-161 w/o in deck accident on USS Midway when collided with F-4 155705 Oct 29. 1972.
				155032 (c/n 1563) with VF-151 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after bad launch from USS Midway May 21, 1972.
				155033 (c/n 1568) with VF-121 crashed into sea off San Clemente Island, California after collision with TA-4F 
					Nov 9, 1967
				153034 (c/n 1574) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0159 Feb 7, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Crashed
					while landing May 15, 1990.
				153035 (c/n 1578) with VF-121 stalled and crashed near Chocolate Mountain, Arizona Sep 30, 1966
				153036 (c/n 1582) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam May 9, 1968.  Upgraded to F-4N
					W/o in landing accident at MCAS Yuma, Arizona Jan 21, 1981
				153037 (c/n 1586) shot down NVA MiG-17 4/24/67.  W/o in landing accident at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines May 16, 1969
				153038 (c/n 1591) with VF-101 crashed into sea off Key West, Florida Aug 5, 1968
				153039 (c/n 1595) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0145 Dec 30, 1983.  Converted to QF-4N as 134 and 34.
					Expended in missile test Sep 17, 1997
				153040 (c/n 1599) with VF-114 shot down by ground fire near Sai Koren, Laos May 21, 1967
				153041 (c/n 1605) with VMFA-542 shot down by 50-cal machine gune fire near Ap Hoi, South Vietnam Aug 29, 1969.  Both crew KIA.
				153042 (c/n 1609) with VF-24 crashed on approach to USS Forrestal Feb 27, 1967
				153043 (c/n 1615) with VF-114, USS Kitty Hawk, crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after collision with F-4 153002 Apr 15, 1968.  
					Both crewmembers survived.
				153044 (c/n 1619) with VF-121 flamed out and crashed Jul 6, 1967
				153045 (c/n 1624) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Sep 7, 1983
				153046 (c/n 1628) with VF-74 burned up in deck fire on USS Forrestal Jul 29, 1967
				153047 (c/n 1634) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0134 Oct 19, 1983.  Salvaged Nov 2004
				153048 (c/n 1640) with VMFA-251 w/o Sep 30, 1970
				153049 (c/n 1645) SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Dec 16, 1975
				153050 (c/n 1650) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0127 Oct 14, 1983.  Salvaged Nov 2004
				153051 (c/n 1654) with VF-114 w/o after hard landing on USS Kitty Hawk Dec 7, 1968.
				153052 (c/n 1660) with VF-11 ran out of fuel and crashed near USS Forrestal Dec 15, 1967
				153053 (c/n 1665) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone.
				153054 (c/n 1672) with VF-11 curned up in deck fire on USS Forrestal Jul 29, 1967
				153055 (c/n 1679) with VF-114, USS Kitty Hawk, crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Jan 18, 1968.  Both crew killed.
				153056 (c/n 1684) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0153 Jan 26, 1984.  Converted to QF-4N drone.  Expended in
					missile test Sep 15, 1993.
153057/153070		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				Redesignated F-4B-28-MC in 1962.
				153057 (c/n 1689) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC at NAS North Island, California Mar 11, 1982.  Salvaged
				153058 (c/n 1695) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0095 Jan 4, 1982.  Salvaged Jun 1984
				153059 (c/n 1701) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0047 Jun 24, 1977.  Converted to QF-4N drone Mar 1991.
					Expended in missile test Jul 12, 1995
				153060 (c/n 1707) with VF-74 burned up in deck fire on USS Forrestal Jul 29, 1967
				153061 (c/n 1714) with VF-11 burned up in deck fire on USS Forrestal Jul 29, 1967
				153062 (c/n 1721) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0093 Nov 23, 1981.  To Hill AFB, Utah Apr 1985
				153063 (c/n 1727) with VF-114 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin due to hydraulics failure Jan 10, 1968
				153064 (c/n 1733) upgraded to F-4N.  SOC with VMFA-531 at NAF China Lake, California Nov 24, 1982
				153065 (c/n 1739) upgraded to F-4N.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 49.  Expended in missile test Aug 11, 1993
				153066 (c/n 1746) with VF-11 burned up in deck fire on USS Forrestal Jul 29, 1967
				153067 (c/n 1752) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0081 Dec 20, 1977.  Back to service.  Converted to QF-4N drone.
					Crashed into sea Aug 7, 1987
				153068 (c/n 1758) credited with shooting down MiG-19 over North Vietnam May 18, 1972
				153069 (c/n 1765) with VF-74 burned up in deck fire on USS Forrestal Jul 29, 1967
				153070 (c/n 1770) converted to EF-4B.  To MASDC as 8F0088 Oct 2, 1978.  Sent to be target on Indian Springs Range, Nevada
					Jun 1983
153071/153075		McDonnell F-4J-26-MC Phantom
				153071 (c/n 1488) first flight May 27, 1966.  WFU in 1977.  SOC Aug 29, 1986.  Currently on display at Naval Air Test and 
					Evaluation Museum, Patuxent, Maryland since 1987.  Spent most of its career in test and evaluation work.
				153072 (c/n 1506) flew with Blue Angels.  In midair collision with 153081 over NAS Lakehurst, New Jersey Jul 26, 1973.
				153073 (c/n 1522) SOC Apr 13, 1991.  Currently preserved at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina
				153074 (c/n 1541) SOC Feb 25, 1990.  Currently on display at NAS Lakehurst Air Park, NJ.
				153075 (c/n 1552) flew with Blue Angels.  Ran out of fuel and crashed near El Paso, Texas Nov 6, 1969
153076/153088		McDonnell F-4J-27-MC Phantom
				153076 (c/n 1567) flew with Blue Angels.  Converted to QF-4J drone as 405, later to EF-4J.  SOC at NAF China Lake, 
					California Mar 1, 1982
				153077 (c/n 1579) flew with Blue Angels.  SOC Apr 20, 1989.  Assigned as battle damage repair trainer at
					MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina as 7T101.  Now on display on USS Yorktown, Patriots Point, 
					Charlestown, South Carolina.
				153078 (c/n 1592) flew with Blue Angels.  Crashed near El Paso, Texas Nov 6, 1969.  Both crew ejected safely
				153079 (c/n 1601) while flying with Blue Angels, in midair collision with 153080 and 153083 during practice Mar 8, 1973 over
					Superstition Mountains, CA.  All three aircraft landed safely, but all three were DBR
				153080 (c/n 1614) while flying with Blue Angels, in midair collision during practice with 153079 and 153083 Mar 8, 1973 over
					Superstition Mountains, CA.  All three aircraft landed safely, but all three were DBR.
				153081 (c/n 1623) while flying with Blue Angels, in midair collision with F-4 153072 over
					NAS Lakehurst, NJ Jul 26, 1973
				153082 (c/n 1636) flew with Blue Angels.  W/o at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Mar 8, 1973.
				153083 (c/n 1643) while flying with Blue Angels, in midair collision with 153079 and 153080 Mar 8, 1973 during practice over
					Superstition Mountains, CA.  All three aircraft landed safely but all three were DBR.
				153084 (c/n 1649) flew with Blue Angels.  Converted to EF-4J.  To MASDC as 8F0199 Jul 30, 1985.  Converted to DF-4J.
					Put back into storage at MASDC
				153085 (c/n 1658) flew with Blue Angels.  As #4, crashed at Cedar Rapids, Iowa Aug 30, 1970.  Pilot ejected safely.
				153086 (c;n 1667) flew with Blue Angels  Crashed in Superstition Mountains, California Feb 14, 1972
				153087 (c/n 1677) with VX-4 w/o at NAS Point Mugu, California Jun 21, 1970
				153088 (c/n 1683) SOC Aug 27, 1985.  Assigned as ground trainer at NATTC Memphis, Tennessee in 1987.
					Currently preserved at American Legion Post #38, Baton Rouge, LA
153089/153094		McDonnell RF-4B-24-MC Phantom  
				For US Marine Corps
				153089 (c/n 1161) with VMCJ-3 crashed on Sitton Pk, Santa Ana Mountains, California Jan 13, 1969 after
					stalling on takeoff in bad weather.
				153090 (c/n 1182) with VMCJ-3 crashed Jun 5, 1966 near MCAS El Toro, California due to acrobatic maneuver stall.
				153091 (c/n 1203) to AMARC as 8F0337 Aug 2, 1989
				153092 (c/n 1218) to AMARC as 8F0339 Sep 19, 1989
				153093 (c/n 1243) to AMARC as 8F0338 Aug 9, 1989
				153094 (c/n 1263) to AMARC as 8F0335 Jul 19, 1989
153095/153100		McDonnell RF-4B-25-MC Phantom  
				For US Marine Corps
				153095 (c/n 1295) to AMARC as 8F0327 May 24, 1989
				153096 (c/n 1321) to AMARC as 8F0329 May 25, 1989
				153097 (c/n 1343) SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Mar 13, 1972.
				153098 (c/n 1367) with VMFP-3 lost control and crashed in Arizona desert Oct 22, 1975.
				153099 (c/n 1391) with VMFP-3 stalled and crashed on takeoff from Tinker AFB, Oklahoma Oct 25, 1976.
				153100 (c/n 1413) with VMCJ-2 crashed into sea off Key West, Florida during acrobatics Aug 6, 1968.
153101/153107		McDonnell RF-4B-26-MC Phantom  
				For US Marine Corps
				153101 (c/n 1431) with VMFP-3 crashed in Nevada desert near Ely, Nevada during acrobatics May 22, 1981.
				153102 (c/n 1448) to AMARC as 8F0336 Jul 26, 1989
				153103 (c/n 1463) to AMARC as 8F0332 Jul 12, 1989
				153104 (c/n 1479) with VMFP-3 shot down over South Vietnam Sept 11, 1967.
				153105 (c/n 1495) to AMARC as 8F0334 Jul 19, 1989
				153106 (c/n 1515) to AMARC as 8F0326 Apr 18, 1989
				153107 (c/n 1533) to AMARC as 8F0331 May 25, 1989
153108/153115		McDonnell RF-4B-27-MC Phantom  
				For US Marine Corps
				153108 (c/n 1553) to AMARC as 8F0324 Dec 23, 1988
				153109 (c/n 1571) with VMFP-3 crashed Crow Valley, Philippines Oct 19, 1987 after photo
					flash cartridge exploded in aircraft.  Both crew ejected safely.
				153110 (c/n 1590) SOC Sep 18, 1989.  Used for crash and rescue training at MCAS El Toro.  
					Now in storage at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA.
				153111 (c/n 1610) with VMCJ-1 crashed in sea on approach to USS Midway Nov 3, 1974.
				153112 (c/n 1631) with VMCJ-3 crashed near NAS Fallon, Nevada May 10, 1972 due to over-rotation on takeoff.
				153113 (c/n 1652) with VMCJ-2 crashed into trees on takeoff from MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Jul 20, 1967
				153114 (c/n 1673) with VMCJ-1 crashed on landing at Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Dec 25, 1967.
				153115 (c/n 1687) with VMCJ-1 shot down near Muang Bac, South Vietnam Mar 2, 1968.
153116/153133		Sikorsky UH-34D Seahorse
				153116 (c/n 58.1781) to Air America
				153117 (c/n 58.1782) to MASDC as 3H0217 May 31, 1972.
				153118 (c/n 58.1783).  Soc Mar 20, 1972, NARF Pensacola, FL.
				153119 (c/n 58.1784).  SOC Apr 22, 1970
				153120 (c/n 58.1785).  to MASDC as 3H0235 May 31, 1973. To civil registry as N27557, later to C-GMAG, N104RA
				153121 (c/n 58.1786).  SOC Apr 22, 1970.
				153122 (c/n 58.1787) to civil registry as N2252Z, then N58S, then C-GUNI.
				153123 (c/n 58.1788) to Royal Thai AF as 20173.
				153124 (c/n 58.1762) to Air America.  lost Apr 19, 1966, Laos.
				153125 (c/n 58.1763) to Air America.  Lost Aug 3, 1967, Laos.
				153126 (c/n 58.1764) to Air America.  Lost Sep 3, 1971, Laos
				153127 (c/n 58.1765) to Air America.  Lost Jun 21, 1968, Laos
				153128 (c/n 58.1766) to Air America.  Lost Sep 16, 1969, Laos
				153129 (c/n 58.1767) to Royal Thai AF as 20121.
				153130 (c/n 58.1768) to Air America.  Lost Aug  8, 1967, Laos
				153131 (c/n 58.1769) to Philippine AF.  Presereved at Philippine AF Museum, Villamor AB.
				153132 (c/n 58.1776) to Philippine AF.
				153133 (c/n 58.1777) to Air America.
153134/153181		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7A-4a-CV Corsair II
				153134 (c/n A43) converted to A-7P (conversion #P-021) and sent to Portuguese AF as FAP 5521, reserialled 15521
					Jan 1994.  Stored at Monte Real AB, Portugalfor display
				153135 to MASDC asd 6A0097 Dec 8, 1977.  Now located at Valliant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL
				153136 (VA-86) crashed into sea after launch from USS Coral Sea in Gulf of Tonkin Mar 3, 1970.  Pilot ejected
					but was killed.
				153138 to MASDC as 6A0078 Sep 26, 1977.  Returned to service.  To Portuguese AF Mar 1985 for spares.
				153140 to MASDC as 6A0058 May 27, 1977.  To Portuguese AF Sep 1980 for spares
				153142 on display at Alliance High School, Ohio
				153143 (VA-27) shot down by AAA over Ban Kate, Laos Feb 28, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF HH-53C
					helicopter.
				153144 to MASDC as 6A0064 Jun 1, 1977.  To Portuguese AF Sep 1980 for spares.
				153145 (c/n A54) to MASDC as 6A0077 Sep 25, 1977. Served with VA-305.  Noted Sep 2003 in wrecked condition outside 
					Flying Tigers Warbird Museum, Kissimmee, FL.  Believed acquired from Homestead AFB Museum collection after 
					Hurrican Andrew collapsed the building.
				153146 (VA-82) suffered engine explosion and loss of oil pressure over Gulf of Tonkin May 29, 1970.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				153147 (VA-105) shot down by SAM near Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam.  Pilot ejected and was rescued at night.
				153150 seen at a mechanic school on the ramp at Pocahonta, Arkansas.
				153151 (c/n A60) to MASDC as 6A0066 Jun 1, 1977.  Converted to A-7P and sent to Portuguese AF as PoAF 5530
				153152 (c/n A61) to MASDC as 6A0070 Jun 1, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (cconversion #P-010) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF as PoAF 5510.  Lost in accident near Vila Vicosa.  Also listed as being mounted on a pylon at Forest Barber Airport, 
					Alliance, OH, but this is actually 153142
				153153 (VA-97) suffered engine failure off coast of North Vietnam Apr 8, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				153155 (c/n A64) to MASDC as 6A0103 May 5, 1978.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-022)  and sent to Portuguese 
					AF as FAP 5522, later reserialled 15522.  WFU 1994.  Scrapped.
				153156 (VA-27) suffered engine failure over Gulf of Tonkin Nov 15, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				153157 to MASDC as 6A0063 Jun 1, 1977.  To Portuguese AF Jul 1980 for spares.
				153159 (c/n A68) to MASDC as 6A0108 May 30, 1978.  Converted to A-7P and sent to Portuguese AF Apr 1983 as PoAF 5523.  
					Crashed after bird strike at Alcochete, Portugual Apr 29, 1992.
				153160 to MASDC
				153161 (VA-37) shot down by AAA E of Dong Hoi, Quant Binh Province, North Vietnam Nov 10, 1972.  Pilot KIA.
				153162 (c/n A71) to MASDC as 6A0048 May 5, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversin #P-024) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF as PoAF 5524, reserialled 15524 Jan 1994.  Preserved as gate guard at Monte Real AB, Portugal.
				153164 (VA-37) suffered engine failure and breakup over Gulf of Tonkin Apr 28, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				153170 (c/n A79) to MASDC as 6A0047 May 10, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-012) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Jun 1980 as PoAF 5512, reserialled PoAF 15512 Jan 1994.  WFU 1998. Instructional airfame, to fire dump at Ota AB,
					Portugal
				153171 (c/n A80) to MASDC as 6A0081 Nov 14, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-033) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF May 1983 as PoAF 5525.  Crashed after engine failure at Hemmelte, Germany Sep 22, 1992
				153172 (VA122) crashed near NAS Lemoore, CA May 17, 1968.  Pilot killed
				153173 (c/n A-082) to MASDC as 6A0073 Jun 2, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (#P-033) and sent to Portuguese AF as 
					PoAF serial 5533, reserialled 15533 Jan 1994.  DBR after engine failure at Baleizao, Beja, Portugal Jul 25, 1995.
				153175 (VA-27) suffered engine failure over Gulf of Tonkin Oct 31, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				153176 (VA-153) shot down over Laos by AAA May 28, 1970.  Pilot MIA.
				153177 (c/n A86) to MASDC as 6A0114 Sep 16, 1978.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-026) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF May 1983 as PoAF serial 5526, reserialled 15526.  Stored at Alverca, scrapped
				153179 (c/n A88) to MASDC as 6A0111 Jul 6, 1978.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-027) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF May 1983 as PoAF serial 5527, reserialled 15527 Jan 1994.  WFU 1995 and stored at Alverca.  Scrapped
				153180 (VA-105) shot down by ground fire near Route 920 S of A Shau Valley, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam
					May 23, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				153182 (VA-105) shot down by AAA near Muang Nong Savanakhet Province, Laos Feb 14, 1969.  Pilot KIA.
153182/153233		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7A-4b-CV Corsair II
				153184 (c/n A93) to MASDC as 6A0095 Dec 7, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-004) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF May 1980 as PoAF serial 5504, reserialled 15504 Jan 1994.  Preserved as gate guard at Ovar AB,
					Figo Maduro, Portugal.
				153185 (VA-37) crashed during GCA approach to USS Kitty Hawk in Gulf of Tonkin Aug 1, 1969.  Pilot killed.
				153187 (c/n A96) to MASDC as 6A0100 Dec 27, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-028) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF May 1983 as PoAF serial 5528.  WFU 1989.  Scrapped.
				153188 (c/n A97) to MASDC as 6A0071 Jun 2, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion # P-013) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Jul 1980 as PoAF serial 5513, reserialled 15513 Jan 1994.  Crashed near Baleizao, Beja, Portugal Jul 25, 1995.
				153189 (VA-153) in cold shot off USS Oriskany Nov 1, 1971.  Pilot killed.
				153190 (c/n A99)to MASDC Nov 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-005) and sent to Portuguese AF May 1980
					as PoAF 5505.  In midair collision with 5501 (BuNo 154352) near Jodoigne, Belgium enroute to squadron 
					exchange at Liege AB, Belgium Jan 18, 1985
				153191 (c/n A100) converted to A-7P and sent to Portuguese AF as PoAF serial 15529
				153193 (VA-105) crashed into sea after launch from USS Saratoga in Gulf of Tonkin Jul 31, 1972.  Pilot ejected
					and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				153194 (c/n A103) to MASDC as 6A0085 Nov 16, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-007) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF as PoAF serial 5507, reserialled 15507 Jan 1994.  Scrapped.
				153195 (c/n A104) to MASDC as 6A0107 May 30, 1978.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-029) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Jun 1983 as PoAF serial 5529, reserialled 15529 Jan 1994.  Scrapped.
				153196 (c/n A105) to MASDC as 6A0102 May 5, 1978.  Converted to TA-7P (conversion #TP-046) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Jun 1983 as PoAF serial 5546, reserialled 15546 Jan 1994.  Scrapped
				153197 (VA-105) crashed into sea after launch from USS Saratoga in Gulf of Tonkin Jun 16, 1972.  Pilot killed.
				153199 (c/n A108) to MASDC as 6A0069 Jun 1, 1977.  Returned to service with VA-86/VA-153/VA-56.  Back to 
					MASDC Sep 1980.  To Portuguese AF in 1980 for spares.
				153200 (c/n A109) to MASDC as 6A0088 Nov 18, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #TP-002) and sent to Portuguese AF 
					as PoAF serial 5502.  WFU 1990.  Preserved in Portuguese AF markings as 15502 at Polish Aviation Museum, 
					Krakow, Poland.
				153201 (c/n A110) to MASDC as 6A0116 Sep 23, 1978.  Converted to TA-7P (conversin # TP-045) and sent to Portuguese AF 
					Aug 1983 as PoAF serial 5545, reserialled 15545 Jan 1994.  WFU 1995.  Preserved at Azeitao, Portugal
				153203 (VX-5) collidied midair with A-7A 154347 at MCAS Yuma, AZ Jan 8, 1969. Pilot ejected safely.
				153206 (VA-37) shot down by SAM off coast of Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Jun 13, 1972.  Pilot killed.
				153207 (VA-37) hit by SAM 25 mi SW of Haiphong, North Vietnam Aug 17, 1972.  Pilot flew toward coast but
					lost power before reaching coast.  Pilot ejected and became POW. 
				153208 (c/n A117) to MASDC as 6A0054 May 26, 1977.  Converted to A-7P and sent to Portuguese AF as FAP 15536.
					As Portuguese AF 15536 cockpit preserved at Azeitao.
				153212 (c/n A121) to MASDC as 6A0090 Nov 23, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-031) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Jun 1983 as PoAF 5531, reserialled 15531 Jan 1994.  Scrapped.
				153213 (VA-37) hit by ground fire while attacking truck park 30 mi N of Dong Her Sep 12, 1972.  Able to
					reach coast and pilot ejected over Gulf of Tonkin 10 mi E of Mu Ron Main Southern North Vietnan.
					Pilot was rescued by US Navy destroyer
				153214 (VA-97) shot down by AAA over Ha Tinh City, Ha Tinh Province, North Vietham Sep 17, 1968.  Pilot ejected
					and became POW.
				153215 (c/n A124) to MASDC as 6A0052 May 26, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-014) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Jul 1980 as PoAF serial 5514, reserialled 15514 Jan 1994.  WFU 1998.  Scrapped.
				153216 (c/n A125) to MASDC as 6A0084 Nov 17, 1977.  converted to A-7P (conversion #P-032) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF as PoAF 5532, reserialled 15532 Jan 1994.  WFU 1995.  Instructional airframe.  To fire dump at Ota AB,
					Portugal
				153217 (c/n A126) to MASDC as 6A0106 May 17, 1978.  To Portuguese AF
				153219 (c/n A128) to MASDC as 6A0060 May 31, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-008) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF as PoAF serial 5508, reserialled 15508 Jan 1994.  Preserved at Museo do Air, Alverca, Portugal
				153220 (c/n A129) to MASDC as 6A0046 Apr 15, 1977.  Later at American Legion Post 1170, Round Lake, IL.
				153221 (c/n A130) to MASDC as 6A00043 Jan 9, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-015) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF as PoAF serial 5515, reserialled 15515 Jan 1994.  Scrapped.
				153222 (VA-147) suffered engine failure over Gulf of Tonkin Apr 12, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				153223 (VA-153) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after launch from USS Oriskany Spe 8, 1971.  Pilot ejected and was
					rescued.
				153224 (c/n A133) to MASDC as 6A0105 May 5, 1978.  Converted to TA-7P (conversion #TP-047) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF as PoAF serial 5547, reserialled 15547 Jan 1994.  WFU Jun 2001.  Scrapped.
				153225 (c/n A134) with VA-86 inadvertently hit water and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Sep 2, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was
					rescued by helicopter.
				153226 (c/n A135) to MASDC as 6A0061 May 31, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-039) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Aug 1983 as PoAF serial 5539, reserialled 15539 Jan 19934.  Stored at Monte Real, scrapped.
				153227 (c/n A136) to MASDC as 6A0112 in 1978.  Converted to A-7P (c/nversion #P-016) and sent to Portuguese AF 
					as PoAF serial 5516.  Crashed after bird strike at Peniche, Portugal May 9, 1988
				153228 (c/n A137) to MASDC as 6A0056 May 27, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-017) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF as PoAF serial 5517, reserialled 15517 Jan 1994.  WFU 1994 and scrapped.
				153229 (c/n A138) to MASDC as 6A0076 Aug 29, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-034) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF as PoAF serial 5534, reserialled 15534 Jan 1995.  WFU 1995 and scrapped.
				153230 (VA-105) shot down by AAA over Ha Tinh Province, North Vietnam Jun 17, 1972.  Pilot KIA.
				153231 (VA-86) shot down by AAA near Sepone, Savannakhet Province, Laos Jan 7, 1970.  Pilot KIA.
				153233 (VA-97) shot down by AAA near Ban Dakpok, 30 mi N of Muang Fangdeng, Laos Apr 7, 1970.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued by helicopter.
153234/153273		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7A-4c-CV Corsair II
				153234 (VA-97) ran out of fuel while in holding pattern over Gulf of Tonkin Jul 16, 1968.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued by helicoper.
				153236 to MASDC as 6A0099 Dec 11, 1977
				153237 (c/n A146) to MASDC as 6A0067 Jun 1, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-017) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF as PoAF serial 5518.  Crashed into sea during approach to Vieira de Leiria, Portugal Feb 7, 1985.
				153238 (c/n A147) to MASDC as 6A0086 Nov 18, 1977
				153239 (VA-147) shot down by SAM 8 mi SW of Haiphong, North Vietnam Dec 22, 1967.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
					This was the first A-7 to be shot down in Vietnam.
				153240 (c/n A149) to MASDC as 6A0082 Nov 15, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-035) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF as PoAF serial 5535.  In midair collision with 5543 (BuNo 154355) on approach to Monte Real,
					Leira, Portugal May 26, 1986. 
				153241 (c/n A150) to MASDC as 6A0075 Aug 8, 1977.  Back to service  with VA-56.  To museum in California from Victoria, BC.
					In 2013 was at Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, California and undergoing restoration.
				153242 on display at Aviation Challenge Museum, Huntsville, AL.
				153244 (c/n A153) to MASDC as 6A0072 Jun 2, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-009) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF as PoAF serial 5509, reserialled 15509 Jan 1994. WFU 1999 and scrapped
				153245 (c/n A154) to MASDC as 6A0049 May 12, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-044) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Sep 1983 as PoAF serial 5544, reserialled 15544 Jan 1994.  WFU Nov 1996 and scrapped.
				153248 (c/n A157) to MASDC as 6A0074 Jun 2, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-019) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Sep 1980 as PoAF serial 5519, reserialled 15519 Jan 1994.  WFU 1998.  Stored at Ota AB, Portugal.
				153249 (c/n A158) to MASDC as 6A0118 Mar 17, 1979.  Converted to TA-7P (c/nversion #TP-048) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Jul 1983 as PoAF serial 5548, reserialled 15548 Jan 1994.  Crashed near Roses, Girona, Spain May 13, 1994, 
					both crew killed.
				153250 (c/n A159) to MASDC as 6A0118 Mar 17, 1979.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-006) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF as PoAF serial 5506, reserialled 15506 Jan 1994.  WFU 1996.  Instrtuctional airframe at Ota AB, Portugal.
				153252 (VA-97) suffered electrical system failure over Laos Oct 1, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				153253 (VA-82) crashed during bombing run Mu Ron Main Southern North Vietnam Jul 24, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
				153254 (c/n A163) to MASDC as 6A0092 Nov 29, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-037) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Aug 1983 as PoAF serial 5537, reserialled 15537 Jan 1994.  Preserved at Alcochete as gate guard
				153255 (VA-82) shot down by AAA over Ban Kate, Laos May 31, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by helicopter.
				153257 (VA-82) suffered engine failure after launch from USS America in Gulf Of Tonkin and crashed into 
					water Jun 22, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				153258 (VA-82) suffered fuel starvation during midair refueling over Gulf of Tonkin May 31, 1968.  Pilot
					ejected and was rescued.
				153260 (c/n A169) to MASDC as 6A0096 Dec 7, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-039) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Aug 1983 as PoAF serial 5539, reserialled 15539 Jan 1994.  WFU 1990.  Scrapped.
				153261 (c/n A170) converted to A-7P (conversion #P-020) and sent to Portuguese AF May 1980 as PoAF serial 5520.
					Crashed at Monte Real AB, Portugal Aug 13, 1989.
				153265 (VA-86) shot down by AAA over Ha Tinh City, Ha Tinh Province, North Vietnam Jun 10, 1968.  Pilot
					ejected and became POW.  Died in captivity.
				153266 used as instructional airframe at Great Lakes Naval Recruit Depot near Haineville, IL.  To MASDC as 6A0115 Sep 18, 1978.
					Now at Waterford, WI VFW post.
				153268 (c/n A177) to MASDC as 6A0110 Jun 20, 1978.  Converted to TA-7P (conversion #TP-049) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Aug 1983 as PoAF serial 5549, reserialled 15549 Jan 1994.  WFU Jul 1999.  Scrapped
				153269 (VA-86) crashed due to hydraulic failure during test flight over Gulf of Tonkin Jun 21, 1968.  Pilot
					ejected and was rescued.
				153271 (VA-86) suffered engine failure and caught fire over Gulf of Tonkin Jun 25, 1968.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued.
				153272 (c/n A181) to MASDC as 6A0051 May 24, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #TP-003) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF May 1980 as PoAF serial 5503, reserialled 15503 Jan 1994.  Later stored at Alverca, scrapped,
					but cockpit preserved at Sintra Museo do Ar
				153273 (VA-27) damaged by SAM near Phuc Bien, 15 mi N of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Oct 6, 1968.
					Pilot headed out to Gulf of Tonkin, where he ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
153274/153313		Sikorsky CH-53A Sea Stallion
				153274 (c/n 65043)
				153275 (c/n 65044)
				153276 (c/n 65045)
				153277 (c/n 65046) to MASDC as 2J0004 Feb 3, 1972.  Returned to service.
				153278 (c/n 65047) with HMH-463 crashed into Monkey Moutain, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Feb 19, 1968.  All 5 crew plus
					8 passengers killed.
				153279 (c/n 65048)
				153280 (c/n 65049)
				153281 (c/n 65050) with HMH-463 crashed in South China Sea off Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam May 1, 1968.
					1 killed, 4 survived.
				153282 (c/n 65051) with HMH-361 crashed in Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Sep 1, 1969.  All 5 onboard killed.
				153283 (c/n 65052) with HMH-463 shot down by ground fire Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Feb 22, 1968.
					Pilot and copilot killed, 3 others survived.
				153284 (c/n 65053) crashed into rice paddy south of Da Nang, Quang Nan Province, South Vietnam Jul 28, 1968.
					All 5 onboard killed.
				153285 (c/n 65054) to AMARC as HC0004 Apr 26, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 
				153286 (c/n 65055) to AMARC as HC0017 Jun 29, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				153287 (c/n 65056) to AMARC as 2J0030 Apr 17, 1987
				153288 (c/n 65057) w/o Mar 10, 1977.
				153289 (c/n 65058) to MASDC as 2J0013 Aug 3, 1972.  Returned to service.
				153290 (c/n 65059)
				153291 (c/n 65060) to USAF as TH-53A 67-30043.  To MASDC as 2J0038, then to USAF registry as HC0021 Jul 15, 1987.
				153292 (c/n 65061) to USAF as 67-30044.  TO MASDC as 2J0041, then to USAF registry as HC0022.  To Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				153293 (c/n 65062) to AMARC as HC0009 May 24, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				153294 (c/n 65063) to AMARC as HC0010 May 25, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				153295 (c/n 65064)
				153296 (c/n 65065)
				153297 (c/n 65067)
				153298 (c/n 65068) to AMARC as HC0014 Jun 21, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				153299 (c/n 65069) to AMARC as 2J0049 Jul 30, 1991.  To Israel Aug 31, 1993.
				153300 (c/n 65070) to AMARC as 2J0055 Dec 17, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				153301 (c/n 65071) to AMARC as 2J0056 Jan 9, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				153302 (c/n 65072) to AMARC as HC0006 May 9, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				153303 (c/n 65074) to AMARC as HC0005 May 9, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				153304 (c/n 65075) at Flying Leathernecks Museum, MCAS Miramar, CA.
				153305 (c/n 65076) collided with UH-1B 63-8572 while attempting to land near Jacksonville, NC
					Jun 23, 1967.  22 of 35 onboard killed.
				153306 (c/n 65077)
				153307 (c/n 65078) to Israel Jan 3, 1991.  Became s/n 871/471/971.  Reported to
					have been at Israeli AF Museum, Hatzerim AB since 2002,
					bearing serial 471.  Was too corroded and worn out when
					considered for conversion to Yass'ur 2000.
				153308 (c/n 65079) to AMARC as HC0020 Sep 25, 1990.
				153309 (c/n 65080) to AMARC as 2J0045 Dec 11, 1987
				153310 (c/n 65081) to MASDC as 2J001 Jan 19, 1972.  Returned to service. Named "The Flying Carcass" and
					"Fried Iguana" with HMH-772 in Aug 1989.
				153311 (c/n 65082) 
				153312 (c/n 65083) (HMH-777) crashed into North Sea off Danish coast Sep 14, 1982.  5 occupants killed.
				153313 (c/n 65084) w/o Jul 26, 1976.
153314/153403		Boeing Vertol CH-46D Sea Knight
				153314 (c/n 2202) w/o Nov 8, 1992
				153315 (c/n 2203) with HMM-262 shot down by machine gun fire Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Jun 5, 1969.  Gunner KIA, but
					all other crew survived and were rescued.
				153316 (c/n 2204) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC Sec 6, 2011.  SOC Mar 1, 2012
				153317 (c/n 2205) with HMM-262 washed out at Quant Tri Airfield, South Vietnam Jun 15, 1968 due to excessive battle damage
					or excessive wear.
				153318 (c/n 2206) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC Sep 26, 2010.  SOC Dec 2, 2010
				153319 (c/n 2207) to AMARC as 1J0020 Jun 9, 2003.  SOC Sep 16, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				153320 (c/n 2208) with HMM-164 damaged by ground fire Sep 22, 1968 and washed out aboard USS Tripoli in South China
					Sea Oct 3, 1968 due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				153321 (c/n 2209) converted to CH-46E.  W/o Oct 3, 1968, RVN
				153322 (c/n 2210) converted to CH-46E
				153323 (c/n 2211) crashed into Atlantic Ocean off Cape May, NJ Jun 21, 1982.  One crew member killed.
				153324 (c/n 2212)
				153325 (c/n 2213) SOC May 13, 2002
				153326 (c/n 2214) to AMARC as 1J0003 Jun 20, 2002.  SOC Jun 20, 2002
				153327 (c/n 2215) w/o Jun 4, 1969.
				153328 (c/n 2216) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC Aug 32, 1010.  SOC Dec 2, 2010
				153329 (c/n 2217) to AMARC as 1J0012 Apr 22, 2003.  SOC Jul 8, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				153330 (c/n 2218) converted to CH-46E
				153331 (c/n 2219) converted to CH-46E.  Crashed Mar 2, 1988.
				153332 (c/n 2220) with HMM-364 crashed on takeoff from Chu Lai, Quang Nam Province, RVN Apr 11, 1969
					due to rotor disintegration from previous battle damage.  4 killed.
				153333 (c/n 2221) converted to CH-46E 
				153334 (c/n 2222) with HMM-364 hit by automatic fire Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Feb 7, 1969 but able to land
					and all crew survived and were rescued.  Helicopter destroyed by US forces to prevent capture.
				153335 (c/n 2225) SOC May 16, 2002.  Rear fuselage used in restoration of CH-46D to
					"museum quality"
				153336 (c/n 2226) with HMM-161 hit by small arms fire in landing zone in Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Apr 23, 1969.
					Helicopter hit the ground and flipped upside down.  Copilot KIA, but rest of crew survived and were rescued.
				153337 (c/n 2227, HC-6 Det 2) lost at sea Dec 17, 1976 125 km E of Cagliari,
					Sardinia. 3 injured, 1 killed.
				153338 (c/n 2228) to AMARC as 1J0001 Jun 19, 2002.  SOC Jun 20, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				153339 (c/n 2229) SOC Jul 24, 2002.  
				153340 (c/n 2230) w/o Jul 10, 1974
				153341 (c/n 2231) to AMARC as 1J0004 Jul 18, 2002.  SOC Jul 18, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				153342 (c/n 2232) w/o Oct 20, 1967
				153343 (c/n 2233) w/o Jul 2, 1968
				153344 (c/n 2234) 
				153345 (c/n 2237) to AMARC as 1J0002 Jun 19, 2002.  SOC Jun 20, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				153346 (c/n 2238) converted to CH-46E.  To civil register as N346WC with US Department of State May 5, 2011..
				153347 (c/n 2239) converted to CH-46E.  SOC Oct 30, 2006, reassigned
					as instructional airframe
				153348 (c/n 2240) w/o Feb 16, 1968
				153349 (c/n 2241) w/o Jun 29, 1978
				153350 (c/n 2242) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC Mar 3, 2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				153351 (c/n 2243) with HMM-364 shot down by automatic weapons fire Que Son Mountains, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Dec 19, 1970.
					Crew of 5 survived and were rescued.
				153352 (c/n 2244) SOC Feb 6, 2004
				153353 (c/n 2245) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC Oct 32, 2008.  SOC Dec 11, 2008
				153354 (c/n 2246) w/o Aug 20, 1973
				153355 (c/n 2249) converted to CH-46E.  SOC May 25, 1999.
				153356 (c/n 2250) w/o Jan 11, 1971
				153357 (c/n 2251) converted to CH-46E.  In Oct 2010 seen preserved outside Aviation Survival Training Center at
					NAS Miramar, CA.
				153358 (c/n 2252) converted to CH-46E.  (HMM-764) crashed May 27, 1989 following collision with
					another CH-46E of same unit.
				153359 (c/n 2253, HMM-165) w/o Feb 1, 1980 when fell into the sea after experiencing
					static roll over.  Copilot lost.
				153360 (c/n 2254) with HMM-262 shot down by automatic weapons fire near Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Feb 28, 1968.
					Crew of 4 and 17 Marine passengers KIA.
				153361 (c/n 2255) with HMM-364 shot down by automatic weapons fire, Charlie Ridge, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Apr 14, 1969.
					3 crew KIA, 3 rescued.
				153362 (c/n 2256) converted to CH-46E.
				153363 (c/n 2257) converted to CH-46E.  W/o May 11, 1988
				153364 (c/n 2258) with HMM-364 crashed due to unknown cause Hill 363, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Jan 21, 1971.  Crew of 3 survived 
					and were rescued but 6 of 18 Marines aboard were KIA.
				153365 (c/n 2261) converted to CH-46E.  SOC Nov 16, 2012.
				153366 (c/n 2262) converted to CH-46E.  SOC Nov 16, 2012
				153367 (c/n 2263) w/o Jun 30, 1967
				153368 (c/n 2264) converted to CH-46E
				153369 (c/n 2265) converted to CH-46E
				153370 (c/n 2266) with HMM-163 forcelanded in sea 100 mi from
					Naha, Okinawa Jun 11, 1981.  Crew rescued.
				153371 (c/n 2267) w/o Jan 9, 1981
				153372 (c/n 2268) converted to CH-46E.  Crashed and caught fire near Al-Buaisa, Iraq Sep 8, 2004,
					as a result of enemy fire from an RPG.  Four crew injured but evacuated safely.  SOC the same day.
				153373 (c/n 2269) converted to CH-46E. 
				153374 (c/n 2272) to AMARC as 1J0005 Jul 18, 2002.  SOC Jul 18, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				153375 (c/n 2273) w/o Nov 15, 1972
				153376 (c/n 2274) with HMM-364 shot down by automatic weapons fire Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Feb 5, 1971.  
					All 6 crew survived and were rescued.
				153377 (c/n 2275) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC Jun 22, 2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				153378 (c/n 2276) w/o Jan 18, 1978
				153379 (c/n 2277) with HMM-364 crashed into mountain at night Hai Van Pass, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Dec 28, 1969.
					4 crew and 6 passengers all killed.
				153380 (c/n 2278) converted to CH-46E
				153381 (c/n 2279) with HMM-161 crashed S of Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Jun 19, 1968 when cargo parachute
					was ingested into blades, causing blade to go through cockpit.  Pilot and copilot killed.  Crew chief and gunner survived
					and were rescued. 
				153382 (c/n 2280) converted to CH-46E
				153383 (c/n 2281) converted to CH-46E.  W/o Feb 15, 1986.  Reported Oct 2006
					as instructional airframe with HMM(T)-164.
				153384 (c/n 2282) w/o Jun 5, 1969
				153385 (c/n 2283) w/o Sep 25 1974 but lasted noted at MCAS Cherry
					Point Apr 1989
				153386 (c/n 2284) with HMM-165 hit by automatic weapns fire somewhere over South Vietnam Jan 25, 1969.  Able to land and
					all crew survived and were rescued.  Helicopter destroyed by US forces to prevent capture.
				153387 (c/n 2285) w/o Jul 16, 1980
				153388 (c/n 2286) converted to CH-46E.  W/o Mar 17, 1989
				153389 (c/n 2287) was the aircraft crewed by PFC Raymond Clausen while earning the Medal
					of Honor Jan 31, 1971 for assisting in rescue of Marines from a minefield
					in Vietnam.  Damaged in Afghanistan.  Will be sent to the Marine Corps Museum Historical Branch
					for display.  Was at one time modified to CH-46E, and is now at CHAC Air Museum
					in Charlotte, NC.  Made hard landing with (HMH-161) during brownout conditions in Al Anbar Province, Iraq during Apr 26,
					2004.  Recovered by US Army and loaded onto trailer for transport
					to repair depot.  Trailer driven under too low a bridge, result in
					helo's rear pylon being broken off and damage to rear fuselage.
					Helo returned to USA but deemed uneconomical to repair and
					SOC Nov 29, 2004.  AFM 10/2006.  Delivered to Carolinas Aviation Museum,
					Charlotte/Douglas IAP, NC Apr 2, 2005 and undergoing restoration
					to static display.  Rear fuselage of 153335 used in the restoration.
					Due to be dedicated Oct 20, 2007.
				153390 (c/n 2288) with HMM-262 hit by RPG in landing zone in Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Mar 6, 1970.  Made emergency
					landing and all crew survived and were rescued.  Helicopter suffered more damage during landing and was destroyed.
				153391 (c/n 2289) converted to CH-46E
				153392 (c/n 2290) with HMM-364 shot down by automatic weapons fire Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Aug 26, 1969.  All crew
					survived and were rescued.
				153393 (c/n 2291) converted to CH-46E.  Flown from MCAS Futenma to Camp Kinser,
					Okinawa on September 30, 2013 for breaking-up.
				153394 (c/n 2292) w/o Feb 20, 1972
				153395 (c/n 2293) converted to CH-46E
				153396 (c/n 2294) with HMM-262 washed out at Quang Tri airfield, South Vietnam Feb 28, 1968 due to excessive battle
					damage or excessive wear.
				153397 (c/n 2295) with HMM-364 crashed due to mechanical failure at Landing Zone Eagle 5 mi NW of Da Nang,
					Quang Nan Province, South Vietnam Jun 7, 1969.  2 killed, 2 survived.
				153398 (c/n 2296) converted to CH-46E.  W/o Nov 22, 1987
				153399 (c/n 2297) with HMM-374 washed out at Phu Bai airfield, South Vietnam May 12, 1968 due to excessive battle
					damage or excessive wear.
				153400 (c/n 2298) converted to CH-46E.
				153401 (c/n 2299) with HMM-263 washed out at Marble Mountain, Quang Nam, South Vietnam Jan 11, 1970 due to
					excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				153402 (c/n 2300) converted to CH-46E.  SOC Dec 18, 2006.  Preserved
					at MCAS New River as HMM-162 YS-02 
				153403 (c/n 2301) with HMM-262 hit by automatic weapons fire at landing zone in Sekong Province, Laos Jun 7, 1969
					and crashed and broke in half.  3 crew survived and were rescued, one killed.
153404/153413		Boeing Vertol UH-46D Sea Knight
				153404 (c/n 2223) with HMM-161 washed out at Quant Tri Airfield, South Vietnam Jun 7, 1969 due to excessive
					battle damage or excessive wear.  However, there is a report that it was in California at the same time.
				153405 (c/n 2224) SOC Apr 26, 2002
				153406 (c/n 2235) to AMARC as 1J0011 Apr 22, 2003.  SOC Jul 8, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				153407 (c/n 2236)  w/o Jun 16, 1969
				153408 (c/n 2247) WFU NADEP Cherry Point dump Apr 1992
				153409 (c/n 2248)  w/o Feb 21, 1991 (o2?)
				153410 (c/n 2259) w/o Mar 26, 1970
				153411 (c/n 2260) SOC Sep 16, 2003
				153412 (c/n 2270) noted at NADEP Cherry Point dump May 1997
				153413 (c/n 2271) SOC Sep 16, 2003
153414/153428		Lockheed P-3B-80-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5211/5225.
				153414 (c/n 185-5211) to AMARC as 2P0101 Sep 28, 1993.  For Aero Union.  To Western International Aviation, Inc
					Tucson, AZ Mar 2003, scrapped
				153415 (c/n 185-5212) to AMARC as 2P0136 Mar 22, 1994.  To Greek Navy.  Noted in service Sep 2005
				153416 (c/n 185-5213) to AMARC as 2P0146 May 3, 1994.  To South Korean Navy Oct 24, 2006 as 090917 as P-3CK
				153417 (c/n 185-5214) to AMARC as 2P0067 Aug 20, 1991
				153418 (c/n 185-5215) to AMARC as 2P0036 Feb 23, 1990
				153419 (c/n 185-5216) was P-3B IPADS.  To AMARC as 2P0120 Jan 7, 1994.  Was to have gone to Greece but NTU.
					To Argentine Navy as 0872 Jun 25, 1999
				153420 (c/n 185-5217) to AMARC as 2P0121 Jan 13, 1994.  Was to have gone to Argentine Navy but NTU.
				153421 (c/n 185-5218) used by VX-1 to test British SEARCHWATER radar.  To AMARC as 2P0122 Jan 14, 1994
				153422 (c/n 185-5219) to AMARC as 2P0114 Dec 15, 1993.  To South Korean Navy Dec 2005, modifed as P-3CK 
				153423 (c/n 185-5220) to AMARC as 2P0065 Aug 14, 1991.  To US Customs Service May 25, 1999, registered 
					N423SK Sep 9, 1999.  Currently registered with US Customs and Border Protection.
				153424 (c/n 185-5221) to AMARC as 2P0124 Feb 17, 1994. To Greek Navy Dec 1996.  Noted in service Sep 2005.
				153425 (c/n 185-5222) to &P-3B.  WFU Aug 1993 at OGMA Portugal, and cut up at Alverca
				153426 (c/n 185-5223) in midair collision with USCG C-130 over Midway Island and had
					eight feet of wing torn off.  Landed safely.  To AMARC as 2P0085 Nov 24, 1992.
				153427 (c/n 185-5224) to AMARC as 2P0144 Apr 8, 1994.  To Greek Navy Nov 7, 1995.  (353 Mira)  Stored at Tanagra 
					Nov 2011
				153428 (c/n 185-5225) crashed into mountain Dec 11, 1977 in El Hierro, Canary Islands.  13 killed.
153429/153441		Lockheed P-3B-85-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5226/5238
				153429 (c/n 185-5226) to AMARC as NB0001 Mar 14, 1994.  Was spare parts aircraft for NASA
				153430 (c/n 185-5227) to AMARC as 2P0087 Dec 17, 1992
				153431 (c/n 185-5228) to AMARC as 2P0109 Nov 19, 1993.  Registered to US Customs Service Sep 9, 1999 as N431SK.
					Currently registered with US Customs and Border Protection.
				153432 (c/n 185-5229) to AMARC as 2P0062 Jul 24, 1991
				153433 (c/n 185-5230) converted to UP-3B.  To AMARC as 2P0189, later relisted as NB0002 for NASA Dec 6, 1999.  
					SOC May 30, 2000.
				153434 (c/n 185-5231) to AMARC as 2P0082 Jul 17, 1992.  To Australia in 1998 as TAP-3 A9-434.  WFU
					Feb 20, 2004, usef for parts and broken up at RAAF Edinburgh.  Scrapped Jun 4, 2008.
				153435 (c/n 185-5232) to AMARC as 2P0123 Jan 27, 1994
				153436 (c/n 185-5233) to AMARC as 2P0142 Mar 25, 1994
				153437 (c/n 185-5234) to AMARC as 2P0097 Jun 30, 1993
				153438 (c/n 185-5235) to AMARC as 2P0116 Dec 22, 1993 - to Australia for spares in 1998 as TAP-3 A9-438.  WFU
					Feb 20, 2004 and used for parts and broken up at RAAF Edinburgh.  Scrapped Jun 4, 2008.
				153439 (c/n 185-5236) to AMARC as 2P0090 Jan 28, 1993 - to Australia for spares in 1998 as TAP-3 A9-439.  WFU
					Feb 20, 2004, used for parts and broken up at RAAF Edinburgh.  Scrapped Jun 4, 2008
				153440 (c/n 185-5237) with VP-26 lost at sea off Phu Quoc Island, South Vietham Feb 6, 1968
				153441 (c/n 185-5238) to AMARC as 2P0104 Nov 4, 1993.  To Greek NavyMay 1996.  Noted in service Sep 2005.  
					Stored Nov 2011 at Elefis AB.
153442			Lockheed P-3B-90-LO Orion 
				c/n 185-5239
				First production Heavy Weight P-3B.  Was EP-3B Naval Research Laboratory EW 
					simulator and evaluator.  Now CEC project aircraft, fitted with E-2C type rotodome.  Designated
					NP-3D.
153443			Lockheed YP-3C-90-LO Orion
				c/n 285A-5500. Converted from P-3B.  Later redesignated as dual-mission RP-3D *El Coyote* research
					aircraft that can conduct both project Seascan and Birdseye mission.  To AMARC Oct 23, 2012
153444/153458		Lockheed P-3B-90-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5240/5254
				153444 (c/n 185-5240) noted 1997 on static display outside VP-94's hangar at NAS New Orleans, LA.  Broken
					up Jan 2014
				153445 (c/n 185-5241) with VP-26 lost at sea off Phu Quoc Island due to enemy fire, South Vietnam Apr 1, 1968.
				153446 (c/n 185-5242) to AMARC as 2P0141 Mar 25, 1994.  Registered to US Customs Service Apr 9, 1997 as N144CS.
					Currently registered to US Customs and Border Protection.
				153447 (c/n 185-5243) to AMARC as 2P0126 Feb 24, 1994.  SOC Jan 6, 1999.  Registered to US Customs Service 
					as N143CS Apr 6, 1999.  Currently registered to US Customs and Border Protection.
				153448 (c/n 185-5244) to AMARC as 2P0132 Mar 15, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  Had been selected for Pakistan, but NTU.
				153449 (c/n 185-5245) to AMARC as 2P0139 Mar 24, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  Had been selected for Pakistan, but NTU.
				153450 (c/n 185-5246) SOC Apr 2003.
				153451 (c/n 185-5247) to AMARC as 2P0115 Dec 21, 1993.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  Once selected for Pakistan, but NTU.
				153452 (c/n 185-5248) to AMARC as 2P0130 Mar 9, 1994.  SOC Jan 6, 1999. Registered to US Customs Service as 
					N142CS Apr 6, 1999.  Currently registered to US Customs and Border Protection.
				153453 (c/n 185-5249) to AMARC as 2P0131 Mar 11, 1994.  SOC Jul 27, 2000.  To Lockheed Martin, wings donated to 
					EP-3E 156511.  As N61996 noted derelict behind NASA hangars at Ellington Field, Texas Mar 2011.
					Was ex the Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, Florida.
				153454 (c/n 185-5250) cut up at NAS Alameda Jun 1991.  Wing to P-3B 154599.
				153455 (c/n 185-5251) to AMARC as 2P0138 Mar 23, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  Once selected for Pakistan, but NTU.
				153456 (c/n 185-5252) to AMARC as 2P0155 Oct 13, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  Left AMARC May 2014.
				153457 (c/n 185-5253) to AMARC as 2P0143 Mar 29, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  To NASA for spare parts Dec 2013.
				153458 (c/n 185-5254) to AMARC as 2P0156 Oct 20, 1994.  SOC Jan 8,2003
153459/153531		Douglas TA-4F Skyhawk
				c/n 13525/13597.  Two-seat advanced trainer.
				153459 to AMARC as 3A0660 Jul 9, 1992
				153461 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0793 Jul 13, 1994
				153463 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0864 Sept 29, 1999.  SOC Sep 16, 2003
				153469 SOC Aug 25, 2000.  Registered N670TF Jun 11, 2007.
				153474 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0623 Nov 26, 1991
				153477 served with Blue Angels.  Crashed with VT-22 May 24, 1984.
				153478 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0649 May 14, 1992
				153479 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0715 Jul 14, 1993
				153481 converted to EA-4F.
				153482 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0712 Jul 1, 1993
				153483 to AMARC as 3A0783 Jun 17, 1994
				153484 to AMARC as 3A0788 Jun 22, 1994.  Registration N685TF
					reserved Jun 7, 2007.
				153486 to AMARC, SOC Sep 16, 2003
				153488 to AMARC as 3A0681 Sep 15, 1992
				153489 to AMARC as 3A0647 Apr 21, 1992
				153492 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0869 Oct 6, 1999.  SOC Sep 16, 2003
				153494 (NAF) crashed when rolled inverted on final at Richards-Gebaur AFB, MT Apr 2, 1970.
					Pilot killed, backseater ejected sideways and survived.
				153495 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0714 Jul 7, 1993
				153497 (TA-4J, VT-22) crashed on approach to Buckley ANGB Oct 22, 1984.  Pilot killed
				153498 (TA-4J, VT-22) crashed at NAS Corpus Christi, TX Jun 25, 1993
				153499 (H&MS-12) lost in landing accident following mission Sep 29, 1967
				153500 (TA-4J, c/n 13566) to Israel.  IDF/AF serial quoted as 251, but may not be accurate.
					Now with Advanced Training Systems International as N251WL.
				153501 (MAG-11) suffered electrical failure over South Vietnam Dec 13, 1968.  Both crew ejected and were rescued.
				153503 (NAF) landed hard at China Lake, CA Jul 9, 1970.  SOC
				153505 (c/n 13571) noted Mar 2006 at National Museum of Naval
					Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				153506 to AMARC as 3A0625 Dec 4, 1991
				153507 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0601 May 1, 1991
				153508 (MAG-12) shot down by SA-7 missile 10 mi SE of Da Nang, SVN May 26, 1972 while strafing North Vietnamese
					tanks.  Both crew ejected and were rescued.
				153510 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0579 Jun 13, 1990
				153511 (MAG-111) shot down by small arms fire 7 mi S of Da Nang, SVN Apr 11, 1968.  Both crew ejected and were rescued
					by Marine helicopter.
				153512 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0685 Sep 21, 1992
				153513 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0655 Jun 18, 1992
				153516 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0732 Sep 15, 1993
				153517 seen at MASDC Apr 1979
				153518 (c/n 13584).  Noted on Meridian  NAS dump in Sep 1992.
				153521 (VT-25) crashed Jul 10, 1989.
				153522 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0800 Jul 28, 1994
				153523 (MAG-11) shot down by ground fire while spotting for USS New Jersey Oct 1, 1968.  Aircraft made it out to
					South China Sea and crew ejected and were rescued by US Towers DDG-9.
				153524 to AMARC as 3A0809 Aug 5, 1994. To Collings Foundation as part of their Vietnam Heritage grouping.
				153525 (TA-4J) to NMNA.  SOC May 4,2003.  Donated by them to Glenn L. Martin Aviation Museum,
					Martin State AP, Middle River, MD.  Seen there Feb 2012 outside on concrete.
				153526 (c/n 13592) to AMARC, SOC Sep 16, 2003.  To Navy Operational Support Center, Tucson, Arizona for static
					display on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation.
				153527 converted to OA-4M
				153528 (VA-4J, VC-10) crashed into Atlantic Ocean off Puerto Rico Feb 15, 1984.  One crew member killed.
				153529 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0566 Sep 1, 1989
				153531 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0567 Sep 25, 1989.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-902
153532/153537		Sikorsky SH-3D Sea King 
				For MAP (Spain) as Z.9-1 to Z.9-6.  Designation later changed to HS.9.  Four survivors upgraded to SH-3G
					and later to SH-3H
				153532 (c/n 61.355) converted to SH-3H
				153533 (c/n 61.358) w/o Nov 3, 1978
				153534 (c/n 61.359) converted to SH-3H
				153535 (c.n 61.369) w/o Apr 14, 1977
				153536 converted to SH-3H
				153537 converted to SH-3H
153538/153555		Rockwell T-2B Buckeye
				c/n 294-1/18
				153538 (c/n 294-1) to AMARC as 2T0177 Oct 23, 1991
				153543 (c/n 294-6) to MASDC as 2T0127.  To National Museum of Naval Aviation as N61996 Mar 1993.
				153548 (c/n 294-11) to MASDC as 2T0101.
				153550 (c/n 294-13) to MASDC as 2T0088
				153551 (c/n 294-14) to DT-2B to MASDC Jun 20, 1978
				153552 (c/n 294-15) to MASDC as 2T0094.  Seen with Aero Traders, Ocotillo Wells, CA Oct 2007.
				153552 to National Museum of Naval Aviation as N6201D Mar 1993.  In 2003 was sitting behind a
					hangar at the Palm Springs airport waiting for restoration.
				153553 (c/n 194-16) to AMARC as 2T0178 Oct 23, 1991
				153554 (c/n 294-17) to MASDC as 2T0075.  To National Museum of Naval Aviation as N61993 Mar 1993.  Noted in poor condition outside
					Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL
				153555 (c/n 294-18) to AMARC as 2T0173 Sep 17, 1991
153556/153558		Sikorsky UH-34D
				c/n 58-1778/1780.  All to Air America.
				153557 lost Sep 14, 1967, Laos
				153558 lost Mar 9, 1970, Laos.
153559/153582		Grumman S2F-3S Tracker
				Model G-121.  Redesignated S-2E in 1962
				153565,153569,153577,153581 to Argentine Navy as 0702 (2-AS-23) to 0705 (2-AS-26)
					153565 converted to S-2T, 153581 w/o Nov 26, 1990
				153566 (c/n 322C) to Royal Australian Navy Apr 5, 1977 as N12-153566, code 854.  Withdrawn from use by RAN 
					Aug 12, 1984.  To Hookway Aviation, West Sale, Victoria Sep 1992.  Displayed outside Gippsland
					Armed Forces Museum.
				153567 (c/n 323C) to Royal Australian Navy Apr 5, 1977 as N12-153567, code 855.  Withdrawn from use by RAN 
					Aug 12, 1984.  To Hookway Aviation, West Sale, Victoria.  Sold Feb 1994 as instructional airframe to 
					TAFE (Technical and Further Education) Aerospace Industry Training Center, Broadmeadows, Victoria.  
					Renamed 1995 as Kangan Institute of TAFE.  To National Vietnam Veterans Museum, Newhaven, Victoria, 
					Australia in Nov 2013.
				153568 converted to S-2G.  To MASDC as 1S0545 May 21, 1975.
				153570 (c/n 0382-011) converted to S-2G.  To MASDC as Jun 9, 1975.  To US Forestry Service as N524DF Aug 21, 1996.  Now on civilian 
					registry as N427DF with Marsh Aviation
				153573 (c/n 329C, S-2G) to MASDC as 1S0558 Jul 14, 1975.  To US Forestry Service as N526DF Aug 21, 1996
					 Registration N435DF issued Feb 14, 2003 to 'Marsh Aviation S-2F3AT c/n 0382-029'.
				153576 (c/n 332C) to Royal Australian Navy Apr 5, 1977 as N12-153576, code 856.  Withdrawn from use by RAN 
					Aug 12, 1984  To Hookway Aviation, West Sale, Victoria Sep 1992 and believed still stored at West Sale
				153578 (c/n 334C) to Royal Australian Navy Apr 5, 1977 as N12-153578, code 857.  Withdrawn from use by RAN 
					Aug 12, 1984. To Hookway Aviation, West Sale, Victoria Sep 1992 and believed still stored at West Sale 
				153579 (S-2G) to MASDC as 1S0587 Jan 15, 1976.  Went from AMARC to US Forestry Commission and 
					registered N527DF Aug 21, 1996.  Registration N434DF issued Feb 14, 2003 to 'Marsh 
					Aviation S-2F3AT c/n 4382-034'.
				153580 (c/n 336C) to Royal Australian Navy Apr 5, 1977 as N12-153580, code 858.  SOC Aug 12, 1984.  Not operated
					by RAN; obtained as a hulk for spaires use.  Scrapped 1995.
				153582 (c/n 338C) to Royal Australian Navy Apr 5, 1977 as N12-153582, code 859.  SOC Aug 12, 1984.  Now preserved 
					at Fleet Air Arm Museum, HMAS Albatross, Nowra, NSW
153583/153594		Cancelled contract for Grumman S-2E
153595/153608		Grumman S2F-3S Tracker
				Model G-121.  Redesignated S-2E in 1962.  For Royal Australian Navy as N12-153595/N12-153608.
				N12-153595, 153596, 153599, 153600, 153601, 153602, 153603, 153605, 153606, 153607 destroyed in
					hangar fire Dec 4, 1976.
				153595 (c/n 339C) to Royal Australian Navy Jul 27, 1967 as N12-153595, code 840.  Destroyed in hangar fire at
					HMAS Albatross, Nowra, New South Wales, Dec 4, 1976.
				153596 (c/n 340C) to Royal Australian Navy Nov 22, 1967 as N12-153596, code 841.  Destroyed in hangar fire at
					HMAS Albatross, Nowra, New South Wales, Dec 4, 1976.
				153597 (c/n 341C) to Royal Australian Navy Nov 22, 1967 as N12-153597, code 842.  SOC Aug 12, 1984.  
					Sold to private owner and stored near Nowra
				153598 (c/n 342C) to Royal Australian Navy Nov 22, 1967 as N12-153598, code 843, later code 841.  Withdrawn 
					from use by RAN Aug 12, 1984.  To Hookway Aviation, West Sale, Victoria Sep 1992 and believed still 
					stored at West Sale.
				153599 (c/n 343C) to Royal Australian Navy Jul 27, 1967 as N12-153599, code 844.  Destroyed in hangar fire at
					HMAS Albatross, Nowra, New South Wales, Dec 4, 1976.
				153600 (c/n 344C) to Royal Australian Navy Nov 22, 1967 as N12-153600, code 845.  Damaged in hangar fire 
					at HMAS Albatross, Nowra, New South Wales Dec 4, 1976.  To ground instruction airframe.  Underwent 
					restoration at Nowra *HMAS Albatros* by Fleet Air Arm Museum.  Now stored at Fleet Air Arm Museum, 
					HMAS Albatross, Nowra, NSW.
				153601 (c/n 345C) delivered to RAN Nov 22, 1967 as N12-153601, code 846.  Written off after hangar fire at HMAS 
					Albatross, Nowra, NSW, Dec 4, 1976.
				153602 (c/n 346C) delivered to RAN Nov 22, 1967 as N12-153602, code 847.  Written off after hangar fire at HMAS 
					Albatross, Nowra, NSW, Dec 4, 1976.
				153603 (c/n 347C) delivered to RAN Nov 22, 1967 as N12-153603, code 848. Written off after hangar fire at HMAS 
					Albatross, Nowra, NSW, Dec 4, 1976.
				153604 (c/n 348C) to Royal Australian Navy Nov 22, 1967 as N12-153604, code 849.  Withdrawn from use by 
					RAN Aug 12, 1984.  To Hookway Aviation, West Sale, Victoria Se0 1992 and believed still stored at West Sale
				153605 (c/n 349C) to Royal Australian Navy Nov 22, 1967 as N12-153605, code 850. Written off after hangar fire 
					at HMAS Albatross, Nowra, NSW, 4Dec76.
				153606 (c/n 350C) to Royal Australian Navy Nov 22, 1967 as N12-153606, code 851. Written off after hangar fire 
					at HMAS Albatross, Nowra, NSW, Dec 4, 1976.
				153607 (c/n 351C) to Royal Australian Navy Nov 22, 1967 as N12-153607, code 852. Written off after hangar fire 
					AS Albatross, Nowra, NSW, Dec 4, 1976.
				153608 (c/n 352C) to Royal Australian Navy Nov 22, 1967 as N12-153608, code 853.  Ditched from 
					HMAS Melbourne wwhen doing a bolter (missed wire and going around again) Feb 10, 1975.  
153609/153610		Hiller H-23G
153611/153616		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune 
				Built by Kawasaki from Lockheed-supplied hardware.  C/n 2043/2048.
					Carried JMSDF serials 4659/4664.
153617/153622		Sikorsky SH-34J Seabat
				c/n 58-1770/1775.  for Italian Navy as MM153617/MM153622 under MAP
				153617 crashed Nov 28, 1969 near Capo San Terencio
				153618 scrapped in 1986.
				153619 crashed May 19, 1967 near Augusta
				153620 crashed Jul 5, 1968 near Augusta
				153621 in ground accident 1973 at Maristaeli Luni
				153622 on display at Maristaeli Luni.
153623/153642		Grumman F-111B
				contract cancelled
153643/153659		North American T-28B Trojan
				T-28As transferred to Navy from USAF in 1965 and converted to T-28B.  They are believed to be ex 51-3489, 51-3490, 51-3520, 
					51-3539, 51-3597, 51-3615, 51-3637, 51-3651, 51-3660, 51-3689, 51-3717, 51-3720, 51-3730, 51-3731, 51-3749, 
					51-3761 and 51-7811, but the tieups are unknown.
				153643 converted to T-28D-10 and transferred to Royal Laotian AF.  To Philippine AF ?
				153644 converted to T-28D-10 and transferred to Cambodia.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Phillipine AF in 1976.
					DBR Sangley Point Dec 1, 1989.
				153645 converted to T-28D-10  and transferred to Cambodia.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine AF as 153645.
					Preserved at Clark AB.
				153646 converted to T-28D-10 (#446) and transferred to Royal Laotian AF.  To Philippine AF as 153647 in 1976.
				153648 converted to T-28D-10 (#450) and transferred to Royal Laotian AF in 1971.  W/o Aug 6, 1973.
				153649 converted to T-28D-10 and delivered to Cambodia as O-53649.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To  Philippine
					AF as 153649 in 1976. 
				153650 converted to T-28D-10 and transferred to Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Dec 7, 1972.  To Philippine AF
				153651 converted to T-28D-10 and transferred to Cambodia.  To Philippine AF as 153651 in 1976.
				153652 converted to T-28D-10 and to Thai AF as JF13-119/18 in 1975.  Preserved at National Memorial, 
					Bangkok (although reported to have been supplied by MAP to Philippine AF)
				153653 SOC as w/o Jan 30, 1969 at Whiting
				153654 converted to T-28D-10 in 1966 and transferred to Royal Laotian AF.  To Philippine Af in 1976.  Disposal
					approved Feb 17, 1977.
				153655 converted to T-28D-10 Dec 1966 and transferred to Cambodia.  To Philippine AF.  Disposal approved Jun 1983
				153656 converted to T-28D-10 Dec 1966 and transferred to Cambodia.  Damaged on takeoff Sep 28, 1973 and ferried to
					Thailand for repair.  Deemed uneconomical to repair.  To Philippine AF in 1976. DBR Sangley Point
					Dec 1, 1989
				153657 converted to T-28D-10 and transferred to Cambodia.  To Philippine AF as 153657 in 1976.
				153658 converted to T-28D-10 and transferred to Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Sep 18, 1974.
				153659 converted to T-28D-10 (#441) and transferred to Royal Laotian AF.  To Philippine AF
153660/153690		Douglas TA-4F Skyhawk
				c/n 13598/13628.  Two-seat advanced trainer
				153661 converted to TA-4J.  (VC-1) crashed 70 mi NE of Hawaii Apr 11, 1983.
				153663 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0629 Jan 9, 1992
				153667 (TA-4J) served with Blue Angels. SOC Aug 25, 2000.
				153669 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0632 Jan 21, 1992
				153671 (c/n 13609) at Grissom AFB Museum in Indiana
					Plane painted as 153671 at Historical Aviation Memorial Museum at
					Tyler, TX is actually 154291.
				153672 (c/n 13610) to Israel as 749 (252?).  To Advanced Training Systems
					International with civil registration N252WL July 2001.
				153674 (TA-4J, VT-7) crashed into Gulf of Mexico Jan 20,1991 
				153675 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0607 Sep 5, 1991
				153677 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0694 Mar 25, 1993
				153678 (c/n 13616, TA-4J) with Air Classics Museum of Aviation, Aurora MAP, Sugar Grove, IL. 
				153679 removed from DRMO scrapyard
				153680 (c/n 13618, TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0854 Sept 8, 1999.  SOC Mar 15, 2000.
				153683 removed from DRMO scrapyard
				153690 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0790 Jun 22, 1994
153691/153694		Douglas C-118B Liftmaster
				Ex-USAAF machines diverted to US Navy
				153691 (c/n 44597) ex USAF 53-3226.  To civil registry as N766WC, then 
					N500UA (Universal Airlines, Statesville, NC)
				153692 (c/n 44613) ex USAF 53-3242.  Had a nosewheel collapse at NAS Norfolk and became
					a firefighter training aircraft.
				153693 (c/n 44612) ex USAF 53-3241.  To civil registry as N251CE (Tatonduk Outfitters, 
					Fairbanks, AK)
				153694 (c/n 44656) ex USAF 53-3285.  To civil registry as N7041U, then
					YV-502C (Aeroejecutivos Carga).  Ditched off Curacao Sep 18, 1992
153695/153704		Sikorsky UH-34D Seahorse
				C/n 58-1789/1798.  For FMS.  All of these seem to have gone to Air America.
				153695 lost May 19, 1970, Laos
				153696 lost Jul 17, 1969, Laos
				153697 lost Jul 7, 1967, Laos
				153698 lost  Feb 22, 1968, Laos
				153699 noted May 2012 at Jesada Tecknik Museum, Nakhon Chaisi, Thailand Mar 2007
				153701 lost Jan 18, 1968, Laos
153705/153739		Sikorsky CH-53A Sea Stallion
				c/n 65.095/129
				153705 (c/n 65091) to AMARC as 2J0057 Apr 29, 1992.  To Wiggins Group Yard, Tucson, AZ.
					Back to AMARC as 2J0118 Sep 10, 2004
				153706 (c/n 65092) to AMARC as HC0018 Jul 26, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				153707 (c/n 65093) to AMARC as 2J0053 Dec 13, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				153708 (c/n 65094) to AMARC as 2J0043 Oct 22, 1987. To N62253
				153709 (c/n 65095)
				153710 (c/n 65096) struck mountain near Quang Tri, SVN Jan 8, 1968.
				153711 (c/n 65097) to AMARC as 2J0037 Jun 18, 1987.  To N6226Z
				153712 (c/n 65098) to MASDC as 2J0002 Jan 28, 1972.  Returned to service.  Back to
					AMARC as 2J0054 Dec 13, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				153713 (c/n 65099) to AMARC as HC0015 Jun 21, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				153714 (c/n 65100)
				153715 (c/n 65101) to MASDC as 2J0024 Oct 1, 1974.  Noted Mar 2006 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, 
					Pensacola, FL.  To Fort Worth Aviation Museum on loan Nov 24, 2013.
				153716 (c/n 65102)
				153717 (c/n 65103)
				153718 (c/n 65104)
				153719 (c/n 65105)
				153720 (c/n 65106) to MASDC as 2J0032 May 1, 1987
				153721 (c/n 65107) to Israel Apr 8, 1991.  Became S/n 881/481/981
				153722 (c/n 65108)
				153723 (c/n 65109)
				153724 (c/n 65110)
				153725 (c/n 65111)
				153726 (c/n 65112) to AMARC as 2J0033 May 8, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  To N62265
				153727 (c/n 65113)
				153728 (c/n 65114) to MASDC as 2J0012 Jun 8, 1972.  Returned to service
				153729 (c/n 65115) to MASDC as 2J0007 Apr 6, 1972.  Returned to service.
				153730 (c/n 65116)
				153731 (c/n 65117) to MASDC as 2J0014 Aug 21, 1972.  Returned to service
				153732 (c/n 65118) to MASDC as 2J0005 Mar 12, 1972.  Returned to service.  To USAF as TH-53A 63-13694.
					WFU as GCH-53A, noted dumped at Hurlburt Field, Florida Oct 2003.
				153733 (c/n 65119) to Israel Nov 15, 1973.  Became S/n 403, later 903.  Crashed Feb 4, 1997 after collision 
					with CH-53 s/n 357 in Israel.  73 killed on both Helos.
				153734 (c;n 65120) transfered to USAF as TH-53A 67-30046.
				153735 (c/n 65121) to Israel Oct 28, 1973.  Became s/n 412/912
				153736 (c/n 65122) w/o Dec 28, 1977.
				153737 (c/n 65123) to Israel Nov 12, 1973.  Became S/n 405/702/902.
				153738 (c/n 65124) 
				153739 (c/n 65125) to MASDC as 2J0016 Sep 27, 1973.  Returned to service
153740/153767		Bell UH-1E Iroquois
				c/n 6107/6134.  For USMC.  Bell records have these as being c/n 6106/6133.  The numbers below are the Bell numbers.
				153740 (c/n 6106) w/o with VMO-2 Apr 16, 1967
				153741 (c/n 6107) w/o with VMO-3 Apr 10, 1967
				153742 (c/n 6108) w/o with VMO-3 Jan 18, 1968
				153743 (c/n 6109) w/o with HML-367 Jun 6, 1968
				153744 (c/n 6110) w/o with VMO-3 Oct 11, 1966
				153745 (c/n 6111) to MASDC as 7H0027 Apr 19, 1976, returned to service.  Back to MASDC as 7H0098 May 5, 1982.
					Preserved at Stockton, California.
				153746 (c/n 6112) w/o with VMO-3 May 30, 1967
				153747 (c/n 6113) w/o with HMM-164 Jun 11, 1972
				153748 (c/n 6114) w/o with VMO-3 May 1, 1967
				153749 (c/n 6115) w/o with HML-367 Mar 30, 1968
				153750 (c/n 6116) w/o with HML-367 Mar 28, 1969
				153751 (c/n 6117) w/o with HMM-164 May 13, 1972
				153755 (c/n 6121) w/o with HML-367 May 3, 1969
				153756 (c/n 6122) w/o with HML-167 Apr 2, 1968
				153757 (c/n 6123) w/o with VMO-3 Nov 14, 1967
				153758 (c/n 6124) w/o With HML-167 Dec 22, 1969
				153759 (c/n 6125) w/o with VMO-6 Jul 8, 1968
				153761 (c/n 6127) w/o with VMO-6 Mar 24, 1968
				153762 (c/n 6128) to MASDC as 7H0103 Jul 14 1982.  To N139US.  Back to MASDC as 7H0149 Sep 1, 1983.  To XA0291.
					To Collings Foundation as N911KK
				153763 (c/n 6129) w/o with H&MS-16 Aug 28, 1967
				153764 (c/n 6130) to MASDC as 7H0045 Oct 21, 1976.
				153765 (c/n 6131) to MASDC as 7H0052 Feb 18, 1977.  To N67RF
				153766 (c/n 6132) w/o with VMO-5 Aug 28, 1967
				153767 (c/n 6133) w/o with VMO-6 Aug 26, 1968
153768/153779		McDonnell F-4J-28-MC Phantom
				153768 (c/n 1692) to AMARC as 8F0103.  To RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE350 Oct 4, 1984.  WFU Feb 26, 1991.  To battle
					damage repair trainer at Laarbruch (9080M)
				153769 (c/n 1705) with VF-31 SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Mar 23, 1982
				153770 (c/n 1719) with VMFA-251 w/o Apr 27, 1975
				153771 (c/n 1731) upgraded to F-4S.  With VMFA-312, crashed into sea Nov 3, 1980
				153772 (c/n 1744) with VMFA-333 w/o Mar 14, 1974.
				153773 (c/n 1759) to AMARC as 8F0098.  To RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE351.  WFU Feb 11, 1991.  To dump at RAF
					Finningley (9058M)
				153774 (c/n 1772) with VMFA-251 w/o Oct 2, 1973
				153775 (c/n 1786) with VMFA-451 crashed while landing at MCAS Yuma, Arizona after collision with F-4 153778 Nov 7, 1977
				153776 (c/n 1798) to MASDC as 8F0128 Oct 18, 1983
				153777 (c/n 1811) to MASDC as 8F0164 Mar 1, 1984
				153778 (c/n 1822) with VMFA-451 crashed while landing at MCAS Yuma, Arizona after collision with F-4 153775 Nov 7, 1977
				153779 (c/n 1833) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0256 Dec 22, 1986
153780/153799		McDonnell F-4J-29-MC Phantom
				153780 (c/n 1843) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0300 Aug 22, 1988
				153781 (c/n 1852) with VF-121 crashed into sea off California Feb 8, 1978
				153782 (c/n 1861) with VX-4 flamed out and crashed near Nellis AFB, Nevada Mar 26, 1969
				153783 (c/n 1870) to AMARC as 8F0097.  To RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE352 Aug 30, 1984.  WFU Feb 26, 1991.
					To battle damage repair trainer at Laarbruch (9086M)
				153784 (c/n 1879) converted to F-4S.  W/o Jun 19, 1986.  To AMARC as 8F0284 Jul 9, 1987
				153785 (c/n 1888) to AMARC as 8F0108.  To RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE353 Oct 4, 1984.  After service with
					No 74 Sqdn RAF, became instructional airframe with serial 9083M in 1991.  Noted Feb 2002
					at Defence Fire Services Central Training Establishment, Manston AP, England.
				153786 (c/n 1897) with VMFA-334 crashed after takeoff from MCAS El Toro, California Jul 20, 1967
				153787 (c/n 1906) upgraded to F-4S. WFU Apr 1989.  Converted to QF-4S drone as 106.   SOC Jul 21, 2000.
				153788 (c/n 1915) with VF-121 lost control and crashed Jan 20, 1969
				153789 (c/n 1924) with VF-121 lost control and crashed into sea off California Oct 12, 1972
				153790 (c/n 1933) with VF-121 crashed near NAS Miramar, California Nov 10, 1969
				153791 (c/n 1942) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Apr 1989
				153792 (c/n 1951) upgraded to F-4S.  To storage at NAD Cherry Point, NC Nov 1991.  SOC Jan 17, 2003
				153793 (c/n 1960) with VMFA-232 w/o at MCAS Iwakuni, Japan Jun 4, 1974
				153794 (c/n 1969) with VF-121 w/o Aug 34, 1969
				153795 (c/n 1978) to AMARC as 8F0105 Apr 29, 1982.  To RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE354 Aug 30, 1984.  WFU Feb 1991.  To
					trainer at RAF Coningsby (9084M)
				153796 (c/n 1987) to MASDC as 8F0184 Mar 21, 1985
				153797 (c/n 1996) with VF-191 SOC at MCAS Yuma, Arizona Oct 20, 1983
				153798 (c/n 2005) with VMFA-312 lost at sea off Philippines Oct 8, 1982.
				153799 (c/n 2014) with VMFA-232 crashed into sea off Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Apr 6, 1972.
153800/153839		McDonnell F-4J-30-MC Phantom
				153800 (c/n 2022) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0259 Jan 30, 1987
				153801 (c/n 2027) with VF-92 crashed into Atlantic Ocean Aug 27, 1971
				153802 (c/n 2033) with VF-121 crashed near MCAS Yuma, Arizona due to engine failure Jul 20, 1967
				153803 (c/n 2038) to MASDC as 8F0096 Jan 7, 1982.  Transferred to RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE355 Oct 4, 1984.  WFU Jan 1991.
					To target at Pendine range.
				153804 (c/n 2044) with VMFA-122 may have been w/o Dec 21, 1977
				153805 (c/n 2049) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0270 Apr 13, 1987
				153806 (c/n 2055) with VF-96 destroyed on ground by the crash of F-8E 150879 at NAS Miramar,
					CA Dec 22, 1969
				153807 (c/n 2061) to MASDC as 8F0188 Mar 29, 1985
				153808 (c/n 2066) upgraded to F-4S.  To storage at NAD Cherry Point, NC, SOC Jan 17, 2003
				153809 (c/n 2072) upgraded to F-4S.  Converted to QF-4S drone as 108.  SOC Sep 7, 2004.
				153810 (c/n 2077) with VMFA-312 WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina in 1984.  Salvaged
				153811 (c/n 2082) with VF-101 caught fire and crashed Feb 10, 1969
				153812 (c/n 2088) to MASDC as 8F0104 Apr 14, 1982.  located at Burke Lakefront APT, Cleveland, Ohio.
				153813 (c/n 2094) crashed into Pacific Ocean off USS Midway Jun 1, 1979.  Date uncertain.
				153814 (c/n 2099) upgraded to F-4S.  Converted to QF-4S drone. SOC Mar 24, 2003
				153815 (c/n 2104) with VF-121 stalled and crashed near MCAS Yuma, Arizona May 2, 1968
				153816 (c/n 2109) with VF-121 w/o at NAS El Centro, California Aug 15, 1973
				153817 (c/n 2115) with VF-191 crashed into Pacific Ocean after bad launch at night off USS Coral Sea Nov 14, 1976
				153818 (c/n 2120) converted to F-4S.  Crashed into sea with VMFA-333 off South Carolina after collision with 
					F-4 153853 Jan 2, 1980
				153819 (c/n 2125) Upgraded to F-4S, then to QF-4S drone.  Damaged beyond repair 4/28/1999 during high-speed power 
					turn at San Nicholas, CA.  Also listed as crashing with VMFA-251 into Atlantic Ocean off South 
					Carolina Jul 13, 1982.
				153820 (c/n 2130) upgraded to F-4S.  To storage at NAD Cherry Point, NC, SOC Jan 17, 2003
				153821 (c/n 2135) upgraded to F-4S.  Converted to QF-4S drone as 107 at Point Mugu, CA. SOC Sep 7, 2004
				153822 (c/n 2140) with VMFA-235 spun out and crashed into sea off MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii Jul 12, 1972.
				153823 (c/n 2145) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, NC Oct 1991.  Converted to QF-4S drone as 111.
					Expended in missile test Aug 29, 2001
				153824 (c/n 2151) upgraded to F-4S.  Crashed into sea off Puerto Rico Feb 27, 1990
				153825 (c/n 2156) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0195 Jun 5, 1985
				153826 (c/n 2161) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0249 Dec 11, 1986
				153827 (c/n 2166) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0214 Apr 28, 1986
				153828 (c/n 2171) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0244 Nov 20, 1986
				153829 (c/n 2176) with VMFAT-201 crshed while landing Nov 25, 1970.
				153830 (c/n 2181) with VMFA-212 crashed on landing at NAS Barbers Point, HI Dec 17, 1971.  2 crew killed.
				153831 (c/n 2186) with VF-41 SOC in 1969
				153832 (c/n 2191) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Apr 1989.  Converted to QF-4S drone.
					 In use Jan 2004 with VX-30 at NBVC Point Mugu, CA.  SOC May 8, 2004.
				153833 (c/n 2196) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Oct 1990.  Converted to QF-4S drone as 110.
					SOC Sep 7, 2004.
				153834 (c/n 2202) with VF-121 crashed into Pacific Ocean after bad launch off USS Independence Apr 10, 1973
				153835 (c/n 2207) with VF-151 damaged on USS Midway Sep 1982.  SOC at NAS North Island, California
				153836 (c/n 2212) with VMFA-235 crashed into sea off MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii Jun 12, 1974
				153837 (c/n 2217) with VF-101 crashed on approach to USS Franklon D. Roosevelt Aug 25, 1975.
				153838 (c/n 2222) with VMFA-251 crashed near Tacna, Arizona on Gila Bend Range after collision with A-4E 150009.  Pilot killed.
				153839 (c/n 2227) flew with Blue Angels.  Now on display at Veterans Park, Sikston, Missouri.
153840/153876		McDonnell F-4J-31-MC Phantom
				153840 (c/n 2232) converted to F-4S.  With VF-161, crashed into sea off Philippines Nov 20, 1983
				153841 (c/n 2238) to MASDC as 8F0182 Feb 8, 1985
				153842 (c/n 2245) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0212 Apr 15, 1986
				153843 (c/n 2251) upgraded to F-4S.  SOC Mar 1985.
				153844 (c/n 2257) with VMFAT-201 w/o at Bogue Field, North Carolina Sep 15, 1970
				153845 (c/n 2263) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0134 Nov 21, 1988
				153846 (c/n 2269) with VMFA-235 crashed into sea off MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii Feb 27, 1973
				153847 (c/n 2275) upgraded to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0228 May 28, 1986
				153848 (c/n 2281) upgraded to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0190 Apr 26, 1985.
				153849 (c/n 2287) with VMFA-232 shot down near Ban Tampanko, Laos Nov 20 1972
				153850 (c/n 2293) to MASDC as 8F0102 Mar 1982.  To RAF as F4J(UK) ZE356 Nov 26, 1984.  After service with No. 74
					Sqdn RAF became instructional airframe in 1991 with serial 9060M.  Noted Jan 2004 in use
					for battle damage repair training at RAF Waddington.
				153851 (c/n 2299) upgraded to F-4S.  Converted to QF-4S drone.  SOC Sep 7, 2004.  To Palm Springs Air Museum, California
				153852 (c/n 2305) to MASDC as 8F0106 Apr 29, 1982
				153853 (c/n 2311) with VMFA-333 crashed into sea off South Carolina after collision with F-4 153818
				153854 (c/n 2317) with VF-74 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Sept 13, 1972 while attempting night landing on USS America.
					Pilot was recovered, RIO was killed.
				153855 (c/n 2323) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0169 Jun 19, 1984
				153856 (c/n 2329) upgraded to F-4S.  QFU Nov 1988.  Converted to QF-4S drone.  SOC Sept 26, 2000.
				153857 (c/n 2335) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0298 Apr 28, 1988
				153858 (c/n 2342) upgraded tol F-4S.  Crashed into Pacific Ocean off USS Mideay Nov 25, 1984
				153859 (c/n 2348) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0243 Nov 13, 1986
				153860 (c/n 2353) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at NAS North Iland, California.  To storage at NAD Cherry Point, NC, SOC Jan 17, 2003
				153861 (c/n 2359) upgraded to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0165 May 21, 1984
				153862 (c/n 2366) converted to F-4S. To AMARC as 8F0268 Mar 26, 1987
				153863 (c/n 2372) with VF-92 destroyed on ground by the crash of F-8E 150879 at NAS Miramar, California Dec 22, 1969
				153864 (c/n 2378) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0230 Sep 17, 1986.  Converted to QF-4S drone.  SOC
					Dec 21, 2000.
				153865 (c/n 2385) with VMFA-235 w/o in South Vietnam Oct 16, 1970.
				153866 (c/n 2391) converted to F-4S.  Crashed with VF-171 near Fentress, Virginia Dec 16, 1980.
				153867 (c/n 2397) with VMFA-451 w/o Mar 30, 1972.
				153868 (c/n 2403) upgraded to F-4S.  Put in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, California Jun 1986.  Now on 
					display at Santa Maria Museum of Flight, Santa Maria, California.
				153869 (c/n 2409) converted to F-4S.  With VF-161, crashed into sea 90 mi W of Nyutabaru, Kyushu, Japan while
					attempting to land on USS Midway Jun 4, 1983.  One crew member rescued, other missing and
					presumed killed.
				153870 (c/n 2415) with VF-121 caught fire and crshed into sea off California Jan 24, 1972
				153871 (c/n 2421) with VMFA-115 w/o Jan 12, 1981.
				153872 (c/n 2427) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0172 Dec 6, 1984
				153873 (c/n 2433) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0174 Dec 13, 1984
				153874 (c/n 2439) with VMFA-112 crashed near Stephenville, TX Jun 19, 1986 after
					colliding with F-4 155531.  Both crews ejected.
				153875 (c/n 2445) with VF-191 crashed into sea off California Dec 7, 1976
				153876 (c/n 2450) lost Jul 8, 1973 as #5 plane for Blue Angels 
					during airshow at Lake Charles, Louisiana.  Pilot ejected safely.
153877/153911		McDonnell F-4J-32-MC Phantom
				153877 (c/n 2453) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU Jun 1988.  To storage at NAD Cherry Point, North Carolina.  SOC Jan 17, 2003
				153878 (c/n 2457) with VF-121 crashed into sea off Southern California after collision with TA-4J  154288 Jan 31, 1979
				153879 (c/n 2461) upgraded to F-4S.  Put in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.  Undergoing 
					restoration for display on the USS Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum.
					In 2009 was on display aboard USS Hornet Museum, Alameda, CA.
				153880 (c/n 2466) upgraded to F-4S.  To storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA Apr 12, 1986.
					Undergoing restoration for display on the USS Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum.
				153881 (c/n 2472) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0218 Apr 28, 1986
				153882 (c/n 2477) upgraded to F-4S.  Put in storage at NAD Cherry Point, North Carolina.  SOC Jan 21, 2003
				153883 (VMFA-312) w/o Apr 19, 1977.
				153884 (c/n 2487) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at NAS North Island, California.  Converted to QF-4S drone.  SOC Jun 25, 2003
				153885 (c/n 2492) with VMFA-333 shot down by ground fire near Hon Gay, North Vietnam Dec 23, 1973.  Both crew
					ejected and were recovered.
				153886 (c/n 2496) with VMFA-333 w/o Sep 26, 1973.
				153887 (c/n 2503) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Jul 1991.  Converted to QF-4S drone as 105.
					Expended in missile test Jul 18, 2001
				153888 (c/n 2508) with VMFA-251 crashed on takeoff from MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina Sep 10, 1975.  May have been repaired.
				153889 (c/n 2515) upgraded to F-4S.  SOC Sep 1988.  Currently preserved at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii
				153890 (c/n 2519) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0239 Oct 30, 1986
				153891 (c/n 2524) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0303 Aug 23, 1988
				153892 (c/n 2529) to MASDC.  To RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE357 Nov 3, 1984.  WFU Feb 1991.  To battle damage repaire
					trainer at Bruggen (9081M)
				153893 (c/n 2534) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0294 Nov 5, 1987
				153894 (c/n 2539) with VMFA-333 w/o Sep 22, 1970
				153895 (c/n 2595) with VF-101 w/o Sep 17, 1971
				153896 (c/n 2549) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0191 May 2, 1985
				153897 (VMFAT-101) w/o at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina May 13, 1971
				153898 (c/n 2559) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0231 Sep 17, 1986
				153899 converted to F-4S.  WFU at NAF China Lake, California Apr 1988.  Converted to QF-4S drone as 100 and 500
					W/o Dec 3, 1998.
				153900 (c/n 2572) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0192 May 2, 1985
				153901 (c/n 2576) with VF-84 crashed into sea off USS Independence Sep 26, 1968.
				153902 (c/n 2581) upgraded to F-4S.  Crashed with VMFA-235 near MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii Aug 11, 1986
				153903 (c/n 2585) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0263 Mar 18, 1987
				153904 (c/n 2590) upgraded to F-4S.  SOC Jul 13, 1991.  Was preserved at Andrews AFB, Maryland.  Acquired by Aviation 
					Museum of Kentucky, Lexington, KY and underwent restoration.  Has now been fully 
					assembled since 2005 and is currently on display
				153905 (c/n 2596) with VMFAT-101 crashed on takeoff from NAS Pensacola, Florida Apr 7, 1973.
				153906 (c/n 2601) with VF-121 crashed on Santa Catalina Island, California Jan 10, 1969
				153907 (c/n 2607) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0175 Dec 13, 1984
				153908 (c/n 2611) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0166 May 29, 1984
				153909 (c/n 2617) upgraded to F-4S.  Sent to storage at NAD Cherry Point, North Carolina Apr 1989. SOC Jan 21, 2003
				153910 (c/n 2621) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0299 Aug 22, 1988
				153911 (c/n 2628) upgraded to F-4S.  Sent to storage at NAD Cherry Point, North Carolina Jan 1991.   SOC Jan 21, 2003
153912/153915		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				Redesignated F-4B-26-MC in 1962
				153912 (c/n 1777) with VF-11 burned out in deck accident on USS Forrestal Jul 29, 1967
				153913 (c/n 1784) with VF-151 crashed into sea off USS Coral Sea Jun 30, 1970
				153914 (c/n 1790) converted to F-4N.  To MASDC as 8F0139 Nov 14, 2983.  Converted to QF-4N drone as 40 Dec 1989.
					Lost control and crashed Jun 8, 1993.
				153915 (c/n 1796) credited with shooting down a MiG 19 over North Vietnam May 18, 1972.
					Upgraded to F-4N.  SOC Nov 17, 1983.  Currently on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
153916/153950		Cancelled contract for McDonnell F-4B Phantom
153951/154044		Boeing Vertol CH-46D Sea Knight
				c/n 2302/2395.
				153951 (c/n 2302) w/o Jun 7, 1969
				153952 (c/n 2303) converted to CH-46E.
				153953 (c/n 2304) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC as 1J0035 Nov 2, 2005.
					SOC Jan 17, 2006
				153954 (c/n 2305) with HMM-161 crashed 13.5 mi SE of Phu Bai, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Feb 16, 1970.
					All 5 onboard KIA.
				153955 (c/n 2306) with HMM-364 crashed and burned during landing on hilltop S of An Hoa, Quang Nam Province,
					South Vietnam Aug 25, 1970, no fatalities
				153956 (c/n 2307) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC Mar 8,2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				153957 (c/n 2308) converted to CH-46E
				153958 (c/n 2309) converted to CH-46E.  SOC Dec 27, 2006
				153959 (c/n 2310) converted to CH-46E
				153960 (c/n 2311) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC Dec 17, 2008.  SOC Mar 6, 2009
				153961 (c/n 2312) w/o Mar 3, 1981
				153962 (c/n 2313) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC Dec 12, 2012
				153963 (c/n 2314) with HMM-262 hit by machine gun fire Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Jun 7, 1969 and
					crashed and burned.  All crew survived and were rescued.
				153964 (c/n 2315) with HMM-263 washed out at Marble Mountain, Quang Nam, South Vietnam Dec 7, 1969 due to excessive
					battle damage or excessive war.
				153965 (c/n 2316) converted to CH-46E.  Currently at Pacific Air Museum, Ford Island, Hawaii, on loan from National
					Naval Aviation Museum.
				153966 (c/n 2317) with HMM-161 shot down by automatic weapons fire Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Sep 2, 1968.
					All crew survived and were rescued.
				153967 (c/n 2318) w/o Dec 1, 1967
				153968 (c/n 2319) converted to CH-46E.  w/o Oct 15, 1985.
				153969 (c/n 2320) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC Jun 4, 2010.  SOC Dec 2, 2010
				153970 (c/n 2321) with HMM-161 shot down by antiaircraft fire E of Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province, South
					Vietnam Jun 2, 1969.  4 crew survived, 2 KIA.
				153971 (c/n 2322) w/o Aug 2, 1973
				153972 (c/n 2323) to AMARC as 1J0007 Sep 25, 2002.  SOC Mar 13, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				153973 (c/n 2324) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC as 1J0047 Jun 26, 2008.  SOC Dec 11, 2008
				153974 (c/n 2325) converted to CH-46E.  SOC by Nov 2004
				153975 (c/n 2326) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC as 1J0046 Jun 26, 2008.  SOC Mar 6, 2009
				153976 (c/n 2327) with HMM-161 damaged Sept 17, 1968, washed out at Quant Tri airfield, South Vietnam Oct 5, 1968
				153977 (c/n 2328) converted to CH-46E
				153978 (c/n 2329) w/o Oct 8, 1985
				153979 (c/n 2330) converted to CH-46E.  W/o Oct 16, 1996
				153980 (c/n 2331) converted to CH-46E
				153981 (c/n 2332) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC as 1J0036 Nov 2, 2005.
					SOC Jan 17, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				153982 (c/n 2333) w/o Aug 11, 1969
				153983 (c/n 2334) converted to CH-46E.  SOC Oct 31, 2005
				153984 (c/n 2335) with HMM-364 damaged by automatic weapons fire Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Feb 21, 1968 and
					made forced landing.  All crew survived and were rescued.  Helicopter destroyed by enemy fire.
				153985 (c/n 2336) converted to CH-46E.  (HMM-264) crashed in Turkey Oct 9, 1986.
				153986 (c/n 2337) aft fuselage at USMC Museum, Quantico, VA.  Reported as being hit by automatic weapons fire
					near Hue, S of Phu Bai, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Feb 5, 1968.  5 KIA, one survived.
				153987 (c/n 2338) with HMM-161 crashed during takeoff Mar 10, 1970 Phu Bai, RVN.
					3 crew escaped, 4 passengers killed.
				153988 (c/n 2339) with HMM-262 shot down by antiaircraft fire near Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province, South
					Vietnam Mar 14, 1968.  All crew survived and were rescued.
				153989 (c/n 2340) w/o Mar 11, 1973
				153990 (c/n 2341) converted to CH-46E.  TO AMARC Dec 1, 2010
				153991 (c/n 2342) with HMM-262 shot down by RPG at landing zone in Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Jul 31, 1969.
					5 crew rescued, one KIA.
				153992 (c/n 2343) converted to CH-46E.  (HMM-365) suffered Class A damage in Afghanistan in hard
					landing due to power loss Jul 1, 2008.  Believed repairable.
				153993 (c/n 2344) converted to CH-46E.  (HMM-163) crashed Aug 19, 1996.
				153994 (c/n 2345) converted to CH-46E.  To US State Department as N994AW Oct 21, 2011
				153995 (c/n 2346) with HMM-161 crashed in bad weather 7 mi SE of Ca Lu, Quang Tri Province, South
					Vietnam Oct 17, 1968.  All 6 onboard killed.
				153996 (c/n 2347) with HMM-364 hit by machine gune fire at landing zone in Quang Nam Province,
					South Vietnam Nov 29, 1969
				153997 (c/n 2348) with HMM-364 shot down by antiaircraft fire Charlie Ridge, Quang Nam Province, South
					Vietnam Jan 26, 1969.  All 7 onboard KIA.
				153998 (c/n 2349) converted to CH-46E
				153999 (c/n 2350) converted to CH-46E.  SOC Nov 16, 2012
				154000 (c/n 2351) converted to CH-46E
				154001 (c/n 2352) converted to CH-46E
				154002 (c/n 2353, HC-6) ditched in Atlantic Ocean Feb 7, 2002.
				154003 (c/n 2354) converted to CH-46E.  W/o Oct 25, 1988
				154004 (c/n 2355) converted to CH-46E
				154005 (c/n 2356) converted to CH-46E
				154006 (c/n 2357) SOC May 15, 1978
				154007 (c/n 2358) with HMM-262 washed out Marble Mountain Airfield, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Feb 12, 1970
					due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				154008 (c/n 2359) with HMM-161 hit by ground fire Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Jul 25, 1968.  Able to make
					forced landing.  All crew survived and were rescued, but helicopter destroyed by US forces to prevent capture.
				154009 (c/n 2360) converted to CH-46E.  To instructional airframe At MCAS New RIver, North Carolina in May 2011.
				154010 (c/n 2361) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC Oct 32, 2008.  SOC Dec 11, 2008
				154011 (c/n 2362) converted to CH-46E
				154012 (c/n 2363) converted to CH-46E.  SOC by Sep 1998
				154013 (c/n 2364) with HMM-165 crashed into Indian Ocean due to mechanical failure Dec 27, 1971. 3 crew killed.
				154014 (c/n 2365) converted to CH-46E
				154015 (c/n 2366) converted to CH-46E.  SOC Nov 19, 2009
				154016 (c/n 2367) converted to CH-46E
				154017 (c/n 2368) with HMM-262 hit by automatic weapons fire in landing zone in Quang Nam Province, South
					Vietnam Aug 6, 1968.  Made a forced landing and was destroyed.  All crew survived and were rescued.
				154018 (c/n 2369) with HMM-364 shot down by ground fire 17 mi SW of Da nang, Quang Nam Province, South
					Vietnam Jul 27, 1969.  All 7 onboard KIA.
				154019 (c/n 2370) with HMM-262 shot down by machine gun fire in landing zone in Quang Tri Province, South
					Vietnam Jul 11, 1968.  All crew survived and were rescued.
				154020 (c/n 2371) converted to CH-46E  SOC on-site Apr 2008, assigned to static display
					at Camp Pendelton
				154021 (c/n 2372) with HMM-262 shot down by RPG in landing zone in Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Apr 24, 1969.
					All crew survived and were rescued.
				154022 (c/n 2373) with HMM-262 shot down by machine gun fire in landing zone in Quang Tri Province, South
					Vietnam Aug 24, 1968.  3 crew survived and were rescued, 2 KIA.
				154023 (c/n 2374) converted to CH-46E.  To civil register as N23WN with US Department of State May 5, 2011
				154024 (c/n 2375) with HMM-262 washed out at Quang Tri Airfield, South Vietnam May 5, 1968 due to excessive battle
					damage or excessive wear.
				154025 (c/n 2376) with HMM-364 washed out at Phu Bai Airfield, South Vietnam May 29, 1968 due to excessive battle
					damage or excessive wear.
				154026 (c/n 2377) w/o Dec 6, 1973
				154027 (c/n 2378) converted to CH-46E.  To civil register as N37WN with US Department of State.
				154028 (c/n 2379) crashed into sea with FMFPAC into sea off MCAS Kaneohe Bay Nov 17, 1982 
				154029 (c/n 2380) w/o Aug 13, 1972 during Philippine flood relief
				154030 (c/n 2381) w/o Dec 19, 1980
				154031 (c/n 2382) converted to CH-46E. SOC Apr 27, 2007
				154032 (c/n 2383) SOC Aug 26, 2002
				154033 (c/n 2384) converted to CH-46E.  Seen on NADEP Cherry Point
					dump Apr 1997.
				154034 (c/n 2385) converted to CH-46E
				154035 (c/n 2386) reported missing from USS Wichita 70 mi W of
					San Diego, CA Nov 21, 1981
				154036 (c/n 2387) converted to CH-46E.  To US State Department as N36WU Jan 11, 2012
				154037 (c/n 2388) converted to CH-46E.  Registered to US Department of State as N37WN Mar 5, 2014.
				154038 (c/n 2389) converted to CH-46E.  To US State Department as N38TU Jan 12, 2012.
				154039 (c/n 2390) converted to CH-46E.  With HMM-268 caught fire after hard landing while conducting CALS 
					at 29 Palms Jan 9, 2013.  A large piece of FOD entered rotor arc.
				154040 (c/n 2391) converted to CH-46E
				154041 (c/n 2392) with HMM-262 shot down by ground fire at landing zone in Quang Tri Province, South
					Vietnam Mar 7, 1969.  All crew survived and were rescued.
				154042 (c/n 2393) with HMM-164 cashed in South China Sea Apr 28, 1975 while on approach to USS Hancock.
					Pilot and copilot killed, other 2 crew were rescued.  This was the last USMC helicopter to be lost in
					Vietnam
				154043 (c/n 2394) with HMM-263 crashed 500 yards from beach at Da Nang, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Mar 7, 1970
					due to bad weather.  4 crew killed, one survived.
				154044 (c/n 2395) with HMM-262 washed out Marble Mountain Airfield, Quang Nam province, South Vietnam Sep 17, 1970 due
					to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
154045			Sikorsky UH-34D Seahorse
				for FMS
154046/154099		Grumman A-6B Intruder 
				Contract cancelled
154100/154123		Sikorsky SH-3D Sea King
				154100 (c/n 61-386) converted to UH-3H.  SOC Oct 17, 2005
				154101 (c/n 61-387) converted SH-3H then to UH-3H.  SOC Apr 22, 2004.
				154102 (c/n 61-388) converted to SH-3H, w/o Oct 9, 1991.
				154103 (c/n 61-389) converted to UH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0101 Jan 31, 1996.  SOC Dec 18, 2003
				154104 (c/n 61-390) w/o Dec 4, 1969
				154105 (c/n 61-391) to AMARC as 9H0077 Aug 11, 1994.  To Argentine Navy as spares.
				154106 (c/n 61-392) converted to SH-3H.  SOC Sep 25, 2006.  In 2010 was a gate gard at Pacific Missile Test
					Range in Kauai, Hawaii.
				154107 (c/n 61-397) to AMARc as 9H0022 Aug 15, 1991.  To Brazilian Navy as N-3018.  Preserved at Brazilian Marina
				154108 (c/n 61-398) to MASDC as 9H0029 Apr 29, 1992.  To Brazilian Navy for spares.
				154109 (c/n 61-399) w/o Jun 3, 1972
				154110 (c/n 61-400) w/o Nov 3, 1975
				154111 (c/m 61-401) w/o Feb 21, 1979
				154112 (c/n 61-402) to MASDC as 9H0025 Feb 5, 1992.  To Brazilian Navy
				154113 (c/n 61-403) to AMARC as 9H0031 May 29, 1992
				154114 (c/n 61-404) to AMARC as 9H0024 Jan 27, 1992
				154115 (c/n 61-405) SOC Aug 29, 1979
				154116 (c/n 61-406) to AMARC as 9H0076 Jun 30, 1994.  To Argentine Navy in 2002 as spares.
				154117 (c/n 61-407) converted to SH-3H. To AMARC as 9H0086 Nov 21, 1994.  Stricken 
				154118 (c/n 61-418) to MASDC as 5A0032 Mar 26, 1980.  To Brazilian Navy in 1998 as N-3019.  Preserved
				154119 (c/n 61-419) converted to SH-3H
				154120 (c/n 61-420) w/o Oct 26, 1978
				154121 (c/n 61-421) converted to SH-3H.  to AMARC as 9H0053 Dec 13, 1993.  Converted to UH-3H, 
					to IMP Group Ltd, Halifax IAP, NS.
				154122 (c/n 61-422) converted to SH-3H.  SOC Dec 13, 2007
				154123 (c/n 61-423) w/o Sep 16, 1969
154124/154171		Grumman A-6A Intruder
				c/n I-259/306
				154133, 154147, 154154 converted as KA-6D tanker
				154124, 154126, 154128, 154129, 154131, 154132, 154134/154137, 154140, 154142, 154144, 154146,
					154148, 154151, 154154, 154156, 154158, 154159,154161/154163, 154167/154171 brought up to A-6E standards.
				154124 sunk for use as artificial reef
				154126 to AMARC as 5A0114 Jul 20, 1994
				154127 (VA-85) shot down by AAA SE of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Sep 6, 1968.  Crew ejected, pilot became POW,
					navigator was rescued.
				154128 sunk for use as artificial reef
				154129 to AMARC as 5A0177 Oct 20, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2000.
				154130 (VMAT(AW)-202) crashed during post-maintenance test flight from MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina on Oct 26, 1976.
				154131 on pedestal at Walker Field, Grand Junction, CO.
				154132 (VA-85) crashed Jan 11, 1984.
				154134 to AMARC as 5A0150 Jan 30, 1995.  SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				154135 to AMARC as 5A0090 Jan 12, 1994
				154136 to AMARC as TA0070 Jun 11, 1993
				154137 to AMARC as 5A0196 Jun 24, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				154140 converted to A-6E.  With VA-176 crashed somewhere in South Dakota May 10, 1985.  Both crew killed.
				154141 (VA-52) damaged by AAA 25 mi SW of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Oct 13, 1968.  Able to fly out to Gulf of
					Tonking but crashed into water and both crew KIA.
				154142 to AMARC as 5A0121 Jul 27, 1994
				154144 (VA-65) crashed into sea May 22, 1983.  Crew ejected.
				154145 (VMA(AW)-224) shot down over North Vietnam June 11, 1972. Pilot killed  B/N POW returned 1973
				154146 to AMARC as 5A0111 Jul 15, 1994
				154149 (VA-196) shot down by SAM N of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Sep 30, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
				154150 shot down by ground fire 70 mi W of DaNang, SVN Dec 18, 1968.
					Both crew KIA.  This loss might also have been caused by premature detonation of its own bomb.
				154152 (VA-196) shot down by AAA over Muang Nong, Savannakhet Province, Laos Dec 19, 1968.  Both crew ejected, but only one was
					rescued by USAF helicopter.  The other one was presumed killed.
				154156 to AMARC as 5A0182 Jan 16, 1996.  SOC Jul 15, 2000.
				154158 to AMARC as 5A0185 May 7, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				154159 to AMARC as 5A0210 Aug 2, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				154160 (VMA-533) shot down by AAA near Muang Nong, Savannakhet Province, Laos Mar 17, 1969.  Both crew KIA
				154161 to AMARC as 5A0233 Dec 13, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				154162 converted to A-6E.  On display  outside Palm Springs Air Museum, Palm Springs, CA on loan from National
					Museum of Naval Aviation
				154163 converted to A-6E.  To MASDC as 5A0032 Mar 26, 1980.  Returned to service.  Sunk for use as artificial reef
				154164 (VMA-533) shot down by AAA 5 mi NW of Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam May 2, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
				154166 (VMA-533) shot down by AAA 10 mi NW of Thon Cam Son North of the DMZ, Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province,
					North Vietnam Jul 25, 1968.  Both crew ejected, one rescued by USAF HH-3E, other became POW.
				154167 (c/n I-302) noted Dec 2005 at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA
				154168 (VMA(AW)-533) crashed near Emporia, VA Jun 27, 1983.  Crew ejected.
				154169 converted to A-6E.  To MASSDC as 5A0044 Aug 1, 1980.  Returned to service.  Sunk for use as artificial reef
				154170 (c/n I-305) on display at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar CA.
				154171 on display at Estrella Warbird Museum
154172/154217		Douglas A-4F Skyhawk
				C/n 13629/13674
				154172 (c/n 13629) served with Blue Angels.  To AMARC as 3A0766 Apr 7, 1994.
				154173 (c/n 13630) to AMARC as 3A0746 Mar 10, 1994.  To Argentina
					in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-937 for spares.
				154174 (VA-212) shot down by SAM May 30, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				154175 served with Blue Angels 
				154176 served with Blue Angels.  Now on display at Naval Air Museum, Pensacola, FL
				154177 served with Blue Angels.
				154179 (c/n 13636) served with Blue Angels.  To MASDC as 3A0532 Feb 13, 1985
				154180 served with Blue Angels.  Noted in 2001 at Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA.  
					The plane on display at Naval Air Museum, Pensacola, FL is actually 
					150076 marked as 154180.
				154181 (c/n 13638) to MASDC as 3A0682 Sep 18, 1992
				154182 (VA-93) lost over North Vietnam when own bomb explosion destroyed the plane Jul 27, 1968.  Pilot MIA.
				154183 (c/n 13640) to AMARC as 3A0748 Mar 10, 1994
				154184 (VA-23) lost in engine fire and explosion during inflight refueling over Gulf of Tonkin Jul 29, 1969.  
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				154185 w/o Sep 15, 1975
				154187 (VA-93) lost in explosion caused by engine or fuel system problem over Gulf of Tonkin Sep 6, 1968.  
					Pilot ejected and was recovered.
				154189 (VA-23) in cold shot off USS Ticonderoga and lost over the side Jul 23, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				154190 (c/n 13647) to AMARC as 3A0679 Sep 14, 1992
				154193 (c/n 13650) to AMARC as 3A0762 Apr 7, 1994
				154194 (VMA-133) crashed on Hardwood Range, WI Jun 22, 1983.  Pilot killed.
				154197 (VA-55) lost in accident May 27, 1972.  Pilot ejected and was recovered.
				154198 (VA-93) shot down over North Vietnam May 14, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
				154199 (VA-192) collided with A-4F 155003 in midair over Gulf of Tonkin Jul 21, 1969.  Pilots of both planes
					ejected and were rescued by helicopter.
				154200 in 2010 was on display outside Army Airfield Museum, Millville, NJ.
				154202 served with Blue Angels.  Crashed Feb 22, 1976 at NAS El
					Centro, CA Feb 22, 1976.  Pilot killed.
				154203 removed from DRMO scrapyard
				154204 (c/n 13661) in storage at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA.  Noted 
					Oct 5, 1994 at Marine Corps Command Museum, MCAS El Toro, CA
				154205 (VA-55) shot down by AAA over Laos Mar 8, 1972.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				154206 (VA-195) blew tire during launch from USS Oriskany in Gulf of Tonkin Feb 15, 1969 and crashed into water.
					Pilot rescued.
				154207 (c/n 13664) to AMARC as 3A0537 Mar 25, 1988.  On display
				154209 (c/n 13666) to AMARC as 3A0747 Mar 10, 1994.
				154211 (c/n 13668) served with Blue Angels.  To AMARC as 3A0763 Apr 7, 1994
				154214 (VA-113) crashed into water on approach to USS Enterprise in Gulf of Tonkin May 7, 1968.  Pilot ejected
				 	too low for parachute to deploy.  Became entangled in lines and drowned.
				154215 lost in accident Jun 7, 1970.  
				154216 (VA-113) probably hit by ground fire over North Vietnam, engine flamed out over Gulf of Tonkin Jun 23, 1968.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter. 
				154217 served with Blue Angels.  On display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
154218/154286		Cancelled contract for Douglas A-4F Skyhawk.
154287/154343		Douglas TA-4F Skyhawk
				C/n 13675/13731.  Two-seat advanced trainer
				154291 on display at Historical Aviation Memorial Museum, Tyler, TX, painted as 153671.
				154294 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0598 Apr 17, 1991.  To Argentina as A-4AR FAA C-904
				154296 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0737 Jan 27, 1994
				154297 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0650 May 14, 1992
				154298 (c/n 13686, TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0857 Sep 9, 1999.  SOC Mar 15, 2000.
				154299 shot down over Laos Apr 9, 1969.  Two crewmen rescued.
				154300 to MASDC as 3A0510 Oct 13, 1976.  Seen at MASDC Apr 1979.  Returned to service Apr 16, 1982.
				154302 (TA-4J, TW-3) lost over South Vietnam due to fuel system failure during test flight Sep 8, 1970.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued.
				154304 (H&MS-13) lost over South China Sea while returning from target spotting mission Oct 28, 1968.  
					Crew of 2 MIA.
				154305 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0664 Jul 27, 1992
				154306 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0600 Apr 24, 1991.
				154307 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0615 Oct 2, 1991
				154310 to AMARC as 3A0676 Aug 25, 1992
				154311 to AMARC as 3A0595 Mar 13, 1991
				154312 to AMARC as 3A0704 Jun 17, 1993.
				154313 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0828 Sep 8, 1994
				154315 to MASDC as 3A0708 Jun 23, 1993. To Indonesia as TL-0418
				154318 to AMARC as 3A0738 Jan 27, 1994
				154319 to AMARC as 3A0609 Sep 6, 1991
				154321 developed stress cracks on the main spar and was relegated to level flight only operations.  More than 
					likely it was scrapped for parts after the H&MS 31 squadron was decommissioned
				154325 to AMARC as 3A0653 Jun 8, 1992
				154327 had been painted in Russian colors as an aggressor aircraft, coded 03 Red.  To AMARC as 3A0794 Jul 13, 1994
				154328 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC asd 3A0568 Sep 25, 1989.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-901
				154330 (TA-4J, VF-126) crashed into Pacific Ocean Apr 2, 1992
				154331 to AMARC as 3A0780 May 25, 1994
				154332 to NTA-4J.  On display at Western Aerospace Museum, SF Oakland APT, CA.
				154333 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0603 Jun 5, 1991
				154334 to AMARC as 3A0750 Mar 17, 1994
				154335 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0565 Aug 28, 1989
				154337 to AMARC as 3A0668 Jun 28, 1992
				154338 converted to OA-4M.
				154339 (VF-126) ditched in northern Pacific 10/5/1989.  Both crew ejected safely.
				154340 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0596 Apr 12, 1991
				154342 to AMARC as 3A0698 May 12, 1993.  SOC Apr 25, 2003.  Following retirement of A-4 from USN service, has gone to March 
					Field Air Museum, Riverside, CA
154344/154360		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7A-4c-CV Corsair II
				154344 (VA-27) damaged by AAA and made emergency landing at Da Nang, South Vietnam Sep 14, 1968.  Arrester
					cable broke and aircraft ran off runway.  Pilot ejected and survived.  
				154345 on display at Hickory, NC.
				154346 to MASDC as 6A0098 Dec 11, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-040) and assigned PoAF serial 5549.
					Crashed 8 mi NW of Atoka, Oklahoma May 9, 1985 prior to delivery to Portuguese AF.
				154347 (VX-5) collidied midair with A-7A 153203 at MCAS Yuma, AZ Jan 8, 1969. Pilot ejected safely.
				154349 (c/n A188) to MASDC as 6A0101 Jan 27, 1978.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-041) and sent to Portuguese AF 
					Aug 1983 as PoAF serial 5541.  Crashed at Boticas, Portugal Mar 27, 1987.
				154351 (c/n A190) to MASDC as 6A0091 Dec 7, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-042) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Aug 1983 as PoAF serial 5542, reserialled 15542 Jan 1994.  DBR when slid off runway during landing at
					Monte Real AB, Portugual Mar 15, 1994.
				154352 (c/n A191) to MASDC as 6A0083 Nov 16, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-001) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Apr 1980 as PoAF serial 5501.  In midair collision with 5505 (BuNo 153190) near Jodoigne, Belgium
					enrouge to squadron exchange at Liege AB, Belgium Jan 18, 1985.
				154353 (VA-155) lost in accident Sept 20, 1972.  Pilot rescued.
				154354 (c/n A193) to MASDC as 6A0109 Jun 67, 1978.  Converted to TA-7P (conversion #TP-050) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Sep 1983 as PoAF serial 5550, reserialled 15550 Jan 1994.  WFU 1997.  Preserved at Museo do AR, Sintra,
					Portugal.
				154355 (c/n A194) to MASDC as 6A0117 Oct 16, 1978.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-043) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Sep 1893 as PoAF serial 5543.  In midair collision with 5535 (BuNo 153240) on approach to Monte Real,
					Leiria, Portugal May 26, 1986. 
				154356 (c/n A195) to MASDC as 6A0089 Nov 23, 1977.  Converted to A-7P and sent to Portuguese AF as FAP 5540
				154358 (VA-97) damaged by AAA near Ban Tambok, Sekong Province, Laos and tried to make it back to carrier
					but made it only as far as Vietnam-Laos border where pilot ejected Apr 3, 1970.  Pilot was rescued by
					Army helicopter.
				154359 (VA-27) shot down by AAA near Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Aug 24, 1968.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued by Navy SH-3 helicopter.
				154360 (c/n A199) to MASDC as 6A0050 May 19, 1977.  Converted to A-7P (conversion #P-011) and sent to Portuguese 
					AF Aug 1980 as PoAF 5511, reserialled 15511 Jan 1994.  Scrapped.
154361/154417		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7B-1-CV Corsair II
				154361 (c/n B01) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0368 Jun 27, 1990
				154363 (VA-155) suffered engine failure over Gulf of Tonkin Sep 20, 1972.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				154366 (c/n B06) to MASDC as 6A0130 Jul 15, 1983
				154368 (c/n B08) to MASDC as 6A0129 Jul 11, 1983.
				154370 (c/n B10) in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.  Now on display
					on USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA, on loan from National Museum of
					Naval Aviation.
				154371 (c/n B11) to MASDC as 6A0131 Jul 25, 1983
				154372 (c/n B12) to MASDC as 6A0151 Jun 12, 1984.
				154373 (c/n B13) to AMARC as 6A0206 Sep 26, 1986.  Had been assigned to NAS Lakehurst 
					as NAEC 373 for catapult testing.
				154375 (c/n B15) to MASDC as 6A0153 Jul 12, 1984
				154377 (c/n B17) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0330 Mar 29, 1990. 
				154379 (c/n B19) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0394 Mar 27, 1991.  To Hellenic AF Sep 1995 as 154379.
					W/o Jul 14, 1998 in emergency landing at Agrinion AB, Agrinio, Greece
				154381 (c/n B21) to MASDC as 6A0147 May 31, 1984
				154383 (VA-215) suffered engine failure over Ghu Lai, South Vietnam Jun 8, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				154388 to MASDC as 6A0157 Jul 25, 1984.
				154390 (c/n B30) to AMARC as 6A0169 Jun 12, 1986
				154391 (VA-93) crashed into sea after launch from USS Ranger in Gulf of Tonkin Feb 5, 1970.  Pilot killed
				154393 (VA-93) hit by lightning 18 mi E of Phu Dien Chau, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam and was never
					heard from again Sep 7, 1972.
				154393 (VA-93) lost over North Vietnam Sept 7, 1972.  Pilot MIA.
				154396 (c/n B36) to MASDC as 6A0125 Jun 28, 1983
				154397 to MASDC as 6A0138 Sep 23, 1983.
				154399 (VA-56) shot down by AAA 7 mi SE of Ha Tinh City, Ha Tinh Province, North Vietnam Nov 10, 1972.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				154402 (C/n B42) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0370 Jul 19, 1990
				154404 (c/n B44) converted to TA-7C.  Leased to Portuguese AF from 1982 to 1985.
					To AMARC as 6A0369 Jun 29, 1990.  To Hellenic AF sep 1995 as 154405.  336 Mira.  WFU Oct 2014
				154405 (VA-73) shot down by SAM over Ninh Binh Province, North Vietnam May 30, 1972.  Pilot KIA.
				154406 (c/n B46) to AMARC as 6A0181 Jul 11, 1986
				154407 converted to TA-7C.  Used to be on Kirtland AFB as the National Atomic Museum.  New National Museum of 
					Nuclear Science and History, Albuquerque, NM opened Apr 4, 2009.  On display outside the museum. 
				154409 to MASDC as 6A0148 May 31, 1984.
				154410 converted to TA-7C.  With VA-122 crashed Jan 17, 1984.
				154412 converted to TA-7C.
				154413 to MASDC as 6A0149 Jun 6, 1984
				154415 (c/n B55) to AMARC as 6A0154 Jul 12, 1984
				154416 (c/n B56) to AMARC as 6A0186 Jul 24, 1986
154418/154474		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7B-2-CV Corsair II
				154418 cockpit noted Sep 2003 at Fantasy of Flight Museu, Polk City, FL.
				154420 at NAS Fallon Airpark
				154423 (VA-87) suffered engine failure over Gulf of Tonkin Jul 19, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				154424 (c/n B64) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0400 Aug 30, 1991.  To Hellenic AF Sep 1995 as 154424.
					336 Mira.  WFU Oct 2014
				154425 (c/n B65) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0320 Mar 21, 1990
				154430 (VA-215) suffered engine failure over Gulf of Tonkin Sep 22, 1971.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				154431 on display at Texas Air Museum, Slaton, TX.
				154433 (c/n B73) to AMARC as 6A0200 Sep 12, 1986
				154435 (VMO-2) lost Jan 18, 1991, Desert Storm
				154436 (VA-155) shot down by AAA NW of Quang Tri City, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Sep 24, 1972.  Pilot
					ejected and became POW.  Died in captivity.
				154437 converted to TA-7C
				154438 (c/n B78) to AMARC as 6A0174 Jun 19, 1986
				154439 (c/n B79) to AMARC as 6A0165 May 29, 1986
				154440 (c/n B80) to MASDC as 6A0155 Jul 20, 1984
				154441 (VA-25) ran out of fuel and flamed out while hooking up with tanker over Gulf of Tonkin May 12, 1969.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				154443 on display at NAS Lakehurst Air Park, NJ
				154445 (VA-304) crashed at Owens Lake, CA Mar 27, 1986.
				154448 to MASDC as 6A0143 Oct 17, 1983.
				154449 at Joe Davies Heritage Air Park (formerly Palmdale Heritage
					Air Park), Palmdale, CA
				154450 converted to TA-7C.  With VA-174, crashed into sea Nov 29, 1984.
				154451 (c/n B91) to MASDC as 6A0127 Jul 8, 1983
				154452 (c/n B92) to MASEDC as 6A0136 Sep 13, 1983.
				154453 (c/n B93) to AMARC as 6A0163 May 15, 1986
				154454 (c/n B94) to AMARC as 6A0203 Sep 19, 1986
				154455 (c/n B95) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0321 Mar 21, 1990
				154456 rear fuselage in yard at Mojave, CA Feb 2006.  Rest of 
					airframe in Rosamund yard.
				154458 (c/n B98) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0322 Mar 21, 1990.  Now stored at El Dorado
					Aircraft Supplies
				154460 (c/n B100) to AMARC as 6A0161 Feb 19, 1986
				154462 (c/n B102) to AMARC as 6A0172 Jun 13, 1986
				154463 (c/n B103) to AMARC as 6A0156 Jul 20, 1984.
				154464 (c/n B104) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0381 Sep 25, 1990
				154466 (c/n B106) to MASDC as 6A0145 Nov 7, 1983.
				154467 (TA-7C) w/o 2/6/1986
				154468 (c/n B108) to MASDC as 6A0134 Sep 13, 1983
				154469 (c/n B109) converted to TA-7C.  To MASDC as 6A0144 Oct 26, 1983
				154471 (c/n B111) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0377 Aug 22, 1990
				154472 (c/n B112) to MASDC as 6A0142 Oct 17, 1983
				154473 (VA-25) suffered engine failure over Gulf of Tonkin Mar 9, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
154475/154522		Ling Temco-Vought A-7B-3-CV Corsair II
				154475 (c/n B115) to AMARC as 6A0152 Jun 12, 1984.  Seen sitting behind restoration hangar at Yanks Air
					Museum, Chino, CA awaiting restoration.
				155476 On display at El	Centro NAF, CA.
				154477 (c/n B117) to AMARC as 6A0420 Oct 17, 1996.  Converted to TA-7C.  Registered N164TB Aug 26 1993 to
					US Department of the Navy, Operated by Thunderbird Aviation, Deer Valley, Phoenix, AZ, cancelled Oct 29, 2013
					To Hellenic AF Apr 2000 as 154477.  336 Mira.  WFU Oct 2014
				154478 (c/n B118) to MASDC as 6A0139 Sep 23, 1983
				154479 (c/n B119) to AMARC as 6A0182 Jul 11, 1986.   Noted early 2003 at English 
					Field Air and Space Museum, Tradewind AP, Amarillo, TX.  Seen 
					Jun 2008 at Fort Worth Veteran's Memorial Air Park, Meacham IAB
					undergoing restoration.  Noted 2008 at OV10 Bronco Museum. Meacham Field, Fort
					Worth, TX
				154481 (c/n B121) to MASDC as 6A0150 Jun 6, 1984
				154484 (c/n B124) to MASDC as 6A0140 Sep 27, 1983
				154485 (c/n B125) ex-NATTC, Memphis, TN.  In 1996, transferred to American Military Heritage
					Foundation St John Airport Reserve, LA.
				154486 (c/n B126, VA-155) shot down by AAA over South Vietnam Sept 24, 1972.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				154488 (c/n B128) to AMARC as 6A0175 Jun 19, 1986
				154489 (c/n B129) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0175 Jun 19, 1986.  To Hellenic AF Sep 1995 as 154489.
					336 Mira.  Derelict at Araxos AB, Greece
					Initially registered as HA-1, since renumbered 154489. HA-1 may have been a line or conversion number
					during conversion to TA-7c or refurbishment for delivery to HAF.
				154490 (c/n B130) to MASDC as 6A0124 Jun 24, 1983
				154491 (c/n B131) to MASDC as 6A0158 Jul 25, 1984
				155492 (c/n B132) registered N3634U Jul 6, 2005.  There was apparently an earlier
					reservation of N76243 which lapsed Aug 1999.
				154493 (c/n B133) to MASDC as 6A0133 Aug 1, 1983
				154494 (c/n B134) to MASDC as 6A0146 Nov 14, 1983
				154495 (c/n B135, VA-46) SOC Jan 25, 1971
				154496 (c/n B136, VA-46) W/o Mar 23, 1970
				154497 (c/n B137, VA-204) W/o Feb 11, 1979
				154498 (c/n B138) to MASDC as 6A0137 Sep 13, 1983
				154499 (c/n B139, VA-113) w/o Apr 16, 1969
				154500 (c/n B140) converted to TA-7C. At American Wings Air Museum, Anoka County-Blaine AP, MN.
				154501 (c/n B141) SOC Aug 3, 1974
				154502 (c/n B142) at Frontiers of Flight Museum, Love Field, Dallas, TX in 2008
				154505 (c/n B145) to AMARC as 6A0201 Sep 12, 1986
				154506 (VA-93) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Nov 10, 1972.  Pilot ejected and was recovered.
				154507 (c/n B147converted to TA-7C.  To Greek AF
				154508 (VA-56) shot down by SAM over Haiphong, North Vietnam Aug 6, 1972.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				154509 (c/n B149) to MASDC as 6A0132 Jul 27, 1983
				154512 (c/n B152) to MASDC as 6A0123 Jun 24, 1983
				154516 (c/n B156) to AMARC as 6A0160 Jan 24, 1986
				154517 (VA-56) crashed into sea after launch from USS Ranger in Gulf of Tonkin Dec 26, 1969.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued. 
				154520 (c/n B160) to AMARC as 6A0173 Jun 13, 1986
				154521 (VA-155) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Jul 17, 1972.  Pilot KIA
154523/154556		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7B-4-CV Corsair II
				154523 (c/n B163) on display outside Siloam Springs Airport, Siloam Springs, Arkansas in very bad condition.
				154525 (VA-155) crashed into sea after launch from USS Oriskany Jun 25, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				154527 in use with USN Fire School at Menphis NAS, Tennessee in Apr 1993 and in Nov 1988 as an instructional
					airframe with JSTTC Pensacola NAS, Florida.
				154528 (VA-155) developed mechanical problems over Owens Valley, California and pilot ejected Apr 14, 1972.
					Plane crashed into desert floor just outside Chine Lake Naval Weapons Center.
				154529 (c/n B169) to AMARC as 6A0167 Jun 2, 1986
				154531 (VA-56) shot down by AAA over Thai Binh Province, North Vietnam Jul 23, 1972.  Pilot KIA.
				154532 (VA-56) hit by ground fire over Than Hoa Province, North Vietnam Jul 23, 1972 and was able to fly
					over Gulf of Tonkin where pilot ejected and was rescued.
				154535 (c/n B175) to AMARC as 6A0184 Jul 17, 1986
				154536 converted to TA-7C.
				154537 converted to TA-7C.
				154538 (c/n B178) to AMARC as 6A0159 Jan 15, 1986.  Noted in compound behind
					restoration hangar at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA
				154540 (VA-56) hit by AA over Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Nov 5, 1972 and tried to fly out to sea.
					Engine failed and flight controls froze and went into flat spin within 1 1/2 mi of the coast.
					Pilot KIA.
				154541 (VA-56) shot down by AAA over Ha Tinh City, Ha Tinh Province, North Vietnam.  Pilot ejected and
					became POW.
				154542 (VA-56) suffered engine failure over Gulf of Tonkin Dec 17, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				154543 (VA-56) crashed into sea after launch from USS Midway in Gulf of Tonkin Jan 6, 1973.  Aircraft
					veered and dove into water right after launch.  Aircraft sank before rescuers could arrive and
					pilot was killed.
				154544 converted to TA-7C.
				154545 (c/n B185) to AMARC as 6A0204 Sep 19, 1986
				154547 (c/n B187) to MASDC as 6A0135 Sep 13, 1983
				154548 on display on deck of USS Lexington, NAS Corpus Christi, TX
				154549 (VA-304) crashed Jan 12, 1984.
				154550 at Air Victory Museum, South Jersey RAP, Medford, NJ
				154551 (c/n B191) to MASDC as 6A0128 Jul 11, 1983
				154552 (c/n B192) to MASDC as AE0004 (ex 6A0171) Jun 13, 1986.
				154553 (c/n B193) to MASDC as 6A0141 Sep 27, 1983
				154554 in 1994 was at San Diego Aerospace Museum's annex at Gillespie Field.
				154555 (VA-93) arrester hook failed on landing on USS Ranger in Gulf of Tonkin and aircraft
					went over side into the water May 9, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was rescued..
				154556 (c/n B196) to MASDC as 6A0126 Jul 1, 1983
154557/154573		Cancelled contract for LTV A-7B Corsair II.
154574/154580		Lockheed P-3B-95-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5255/5261
				154574 (c/n 185-5255) in 1993 put on display at NAS Willow Grove, PA.  To Delaware Valley Historical 
					Aviation Society May 2003.
				154575 (c/n 185-5256) converted to P-3AEWC in service with US Customs Service.  Registered as N148CS Oct 28, 1993
					to US Customs Service.  Registered Apr 13, 2011 to US Customs and Border Protection, expired Apr 30, 2014.
				154576 (c/n 185-5257) to Royal Norwegian AF as 576 in 1980 and named "Bernt Balchen".  In 1991 upgraded
					to P-3N serial 4576.
				154577 (c/n 185-5258) SOC Sep 17, 2003
				154578 (c/n 185-5259) to AMARC as 2P0137 Mar 22, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				154579 (c/n 185-5260) to AMARC as 2P0154 Sep 20, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  Once selected for Pakistan but NTU
				154580 (c/n 185-5261) to AMARC as 2P0127 Feb 28, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003  Once selected for US Customs and registered
					as N480SK.  Registration cancelled Nov 2013.  Registered N480SK Jun 17, 2014 to US Customs and Border
					Protection, current.
154581/154591		Lockheed P-3B-100-LO Orion	
				c/n 185-5262/5272
				154581 (c/n 185-5262) to AMARC as 2P0149 Aug 25, 1994.  Registered to US Customs Service as N149CS Apr 9, 1997.
					Currently registered to US Customs and Border Protection.  
				154582 (c/n 185-5263) to AMARC as 2P0106 Nov 17, 1993.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				154583 (c/n 185-5264) to Royal Norwegian AF Mar 14, 1980 as 583 and named "Finn Lambrechts".  To Spanish AF 
					Jun 7, 1989 as P.3-8
				154584 (c/n 185-5265) equipped with Directional Frequency Analysis and Recording equipment.
					To AMARC as 2P0098 Jul 27, 1993.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				154585 (c/n 185-5266) WFU a NAS Jacksonville Jun 1994.  Tail section to 161009.
				154586 (c/n 185-5267) to AMARC as 2P0108 Nov 19, 1993.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				154587 (c/n 185-5268) converted to NP-3D and still active with VXS-1 in Oct 2010.  To AMARC Jan 29, 2013
				154588 (c/n 185-5269) to AMARC as 2P0157 Oct 28, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  At one time selected for Pakistan but NTU.
				154589 (c/n 185-5270) to NP-3D with VXS-1 Office of Naval Research out of NAS Patuxent River.
				154590 (c/n 185-5271) to AMARC as 2P0158 Nov 3, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				154591 (c/n 185-5272) with VP-6 made wheels-up landing Sep 5, 1980 at NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii and w/o.
154592/154605		Lockheed P-3B-105-LO Orion
				c/n 185-5273/5285
				154592 (c/n 185-5273) to AMARC as 2P0105 Nov 10, 1993.  To Chrysler Technlongies of Waco, Texas May 1994.
					Returned to AMARC as 2P0105 Jan 8, 2003.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				154593 (c/n 185-5274) to AMARC as 2P0145 Apr 28, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				154594 (c/n 185-5275) to AMARC as 2P0148 May 24, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				154595 (c/n 185-5276) to AMARC as 2P0150 Aug 29, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  Once selected for Pakistan but NTU.
				154596 (c/n 185-5277) with VP-22 crashed into Subic Bay after engine failure and subsequent fire, 1400 yards off
					NAS Cubi Point, Philippines Jun 27, 1979.  5 killed.
				154597 (c/n 185-5278) to AMARC as 2P0153 Sep 14, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  Once selected for Pakistan but NTU
				154598 (c/n 185-5279) to AMARC as 2P0151 Sep 13, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  Once selected for Pakistan but NTU.
				154599 (c/n 185-5280) had wing replaced from 153454 Jun 1991.  To AMARC as 2P0152 Sep 13, 1994.
					SOC Jan 8, 2003.  To Kirtland AFB, Texas Jul 12, 2007.  Once selected for Pakistan bu tNTU
				154600 (c/n 185-5281, RP-3D, modified with Project Byrdseye and Seascan mission
					capabilities) to AMARC as 2P0102 Oct 15, 1992.  Left AMARC for USFS to Abuquerque IAP, New Mexico Jul 17, 2007.
					Back to AMARC May 6, 2009 as FS0002.  Offered for sale Feb 2014. 
				154601 (c/n 185-5282) to AMARC as 2P0140 Mar 24, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				154602 (c/n 185-5283) to AMARC as 2P0129 Mar 9, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  Once selected for Pakistan but NTU.
				154603 (c/n 185-5284) to AMARC as 2P0119 Jan 7, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  To US Customs Feb 2012, and registered 
					N403SK Feb 2013.  Registered N403SK Jun 17, 2014 to US Customs and Border Protection. 
				154604 (c/n 185-5285) to AMARC as 2P0128 Mar 9, 1994.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  Once selected for Pakistan but NTU.
				154605 (c/n 185-5286) to RAAF as A9-605 as replacement for 155296, RAAF serial A9-296.  Stored at
					RAAF Edinburgh.  To Lockheed 12/85 as N40035 and converted to AEW&C Orion for US Customs Service 
					and registered Sep 15, 1989 as N146CS.  Named.  "Blue Eagle II".  Registered Apr 13, 2011 to US Customs
					and Border Protection, expired Apr 30, 2014.
154606/154613		Cancelled contract for Lockheed P-3B Orion. 
154614/154657		Douglas TA-4F Skyhawk
				C/n 13732/13775.
				154614 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0834 May 23, 1996.  Noted apparently withdrawn from use at 
					Williams Gateway AP, AZ Mar 15, 2003
				154616 (TA-4J) to AMARC, SOC Feb 3, 2003
				154618 to MASDC as 3A0515 Dec 16, 1976.  Seen at MASDC Jul 1979.  Returned to service 1982, 
					converted to TA-4J.  With VT-22, collided with TA-4J 155109 at unknown location during night 
					landing practice Apr 26, 1985.  Two killed
				154619 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0865 Oct 5, 1999.  SOC Sep 16, 2003
				154621 (H&MS-11) shot down by AAA over South Vietnam Dec 27, 1969. Both crew ejected and were rescued.
				154623 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0569 Sep 25, 1989
				154624 converted to OA-4M
				154628 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0592 Jan 18, 1991
				154630 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0562 Jul 18, 1989
				154631 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0612 Sep 18, 1991
				154632 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0756 Mar 29, 1994
				154633 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0580 Jul 31, 1990
				154634 (c/n 13572) TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0848 Sep 1, 1999.  SOC Jan 20, 2000.
				154638 converted to OA-4M.  On static display at main gate of MCAS Iwakuni, Japan.
				154641 in yard in North Hollywood, CA Jan 2007
				154645 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0599 Apr 18, 1991.  To Argentina
				154646 (H&MS-11) shot down by ground fire over A Shau Valley, Thua Thien Province, SVN Jul 11, 1970.
					Both crew ejected and were rescued by USAF helicopter.
				154647 to Australia as N13-154647 (RAN code 878) August 1971.  
					Crashed Apr 28, 1980 near Nowra, NSW due to engine failure. Pilot ejected safely.
				154648 to Australia as N13-154648 (RAM code 879) August 1971.  Crashed
					May 16, 1974 into sea off Nowra NSW.  Pilot killed.
				154649 made US Navy's last A-4 flight May 3, 2003 from Davis Monthan AFB to
					Palm Springs AP, CA, where it will be placed on display.  Now on display at Palm
					Springs Air Museum, Palm Springs, CA
				154650 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0511 Oct 28, 1976, back to service.  Back to AMARC as 3A0814 Aug 18, 1994
				154651 converted to OA-4M.  To AMARC as 3A0594 Feb 20, 1991.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-903
				154652 w/o Jan 18, 1984
				154653 (TA-4J) with VC-13 crashed into Pacific Ocean off San Diego Aug 3, 1984.
				154654 crashed into ridge north of Mt. Whitney, CA Feb 24, 1969 in snowstorm.  Both crew killed.
				154655 converted to EA-4F.  With VAQ-33 crashed into San Diego Bay May 25, 1985 following
					engine problem.
				154656 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0613 Sep 18, 1991
				154657 (TA-4J) to AMARC as 3A0656 Jun 24, 1992
154658/154729		North American T-28C Trojan
154730/154749		Bell TH-1E Iroquois
				Trainer variand of UH-1E
154750/154780		Bell UH-1E Iroquois
				C/n 6134/6164 according to Bell records.  For USMC.  The numbers below are the Bell numbers.
				154750 (c/n 6134) w/o with VMO-2 Feb 11, 1969
				154751 (c/n 6135) w/o with VMO-2 May 2, 1967
				154752 (c/n 6136) w/o Nov 20, 1968
				154753 (c/n 6137) w/o with VMO-3 Sep 24, 1967
				154754 (c/n 6138) to MASDC as 7H0094 Jul 27, 1981.  To N159RR, N204AB
				154755 (c/n 6139) w/o with VMO-3 Oct 14, 1967
				154756 (c/n 6140) w/o with HML367 Jun 17, 1969
				154757 (c/n 6141) to MASDC as 7H0163 Oct 27, 1983.   To N6204D
				154758 (c/n 6142) w/o with VMO-3 Jun 3, 1967
				154759 (c/n 6143) at National Naval Air Museum, Pensacola, FL.  Carries civil registriation N20J
				154760 (c/n 6144) was the aircraft flown by Maj Stephen Pless during the action that led to his being
					awarded the Medal of Honor.  to MASDC as 7H0053 May 20, 1977.  Noted Nov 20, 2006 at National Museum 
					of the United States Marine Corps, Quantico, VA
				154761 (c/n 6145) w/o with VMO-6 Apr 25, 1968
				154762 (c/n 6146) w/o wtih HML-367 Jan 15, 1969
				154763 (c/n 6147) w/o with VMO-3 Jun 8, 1967
				154764 (c/n 6148) to AMARC as 7H0169 Sep 15, 1986
				154765 (c/n 6149) w/o Dec 2, 1969 with HML-367
				154766 (c/n 6150) w/o Nov 27, 1968 with HML-367
				154767 (c/n 6151) w/o May 4, 1968 with VMO-2
				154768 (c/n 6152) w/o Dec 16, 1978 with HML-771
				154769 (c/n 6153) to MASDC as 7H0049 Jan 29, 1977.  Returned to service.  To civil registry as N9678Z
				154770 (c/n 6154) to MASDC as 7H0157 Sep 21, 1983.  To N821DH, N154TL
				154771 (c/n 6155) w/o Mar 14, 1968 with VMO-3
				154772 (c/n 6156) w/o Sep 21, 1980 with HML-776.  3 killed.
				154773 (c/n 6157) w/o Jul 19, 1970 with HML-167
				154774 (c/n 6158) to MASDC as 7H0173 Oct 9, 1986
				154775 (c/n 6159) to MASDC as 7H0031 May 19, 1976.  To N38AM
				154776 (c/n 6160) w/o Aug 28, 1967
				154777 (c/n 6161) to MASDC as 7H0046 Nov 23, 1976.  To N136US
				154778 (c/n 6162) to MASDC as 7H0091 Jun 27, 1981.  Sent to Chanute AFB for ground instruction Jun 1986.
				154779 (c/n 6163) to MASDC as 7H0102 May 10, 1982.  To N157RR
				154780 (c/n 6164)
154781/154785		McDonnell F-4J-32-MC Phantom
				154781 (c/n 2634) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0307 Oct 6, 1988
				154782 (c/n 2639) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0236 Oct 22, 1986
				154783 (c/n 2644) with VF-41 crashed into Atlantic Ocean off USS Franklin D Roosevelt Aug 18, 1972
				154784 (c/n 2649) with VMFA-333 shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Sept 11, 1972, shortly after shooting down
					a MiG.  Both crew ejected and were picked up by SAR helicopters.
				154785 (c/n 2655) to MASDC as 8F0180 Jan 29, 1985
154786/154788		McDonnell F-4J-33-MC Phantom
				154786 (c/n 2664) upgraded to F-4S.  Sent to storage at NAD Cherry Point, NC, SOC Jan 21, 2003
				154787 (c/n 2667) with VF-101 crashed into sea off Lookout, North Carolina Feb 20, 1969
				154788 (c/n 2670) with VMFA-212 caught fire off Okinawa 1983.  Crew ejected and were rescued.
154789/154844		Boeing Vertol CH-46D Sea Knight
				c/n 2396/2451
				154789 (c/n 2396) converted to CH-46E.   SOC May 12, 2009
				154790 (c/n 2397) converted to CH-46E.  Crashed into sea during training exercise Dec 9, 1999.
				154791 (c/n 2398) with HMM-263 hit by mine explosion while landing in Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam.  Able to 
					fly to Marble Mount but DBR and washed out Nov 13, 1969
				154792 (c/n 2399) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC Apr 16, 2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				154793 (c/n 2400) with HMM-262 washed out at Marble Mountain airfield, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Sep 7, 1970
					due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				154794 (c/n 2401) with HMM-364 washed out at Marble Mountain airfield, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Oct 5, 1969 due
					to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				154795 (c/n 2402) with HMM-263 hit by ground fire Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam May 2, 1969.  Helicopter
					landed hard, causing major damage.  All crew survived and were rescued.  Unknown if helicopter was destroyed
					in place or was recovered.
				154796 (c/n 2403) with HMM-165 washed out aboard USS Tripoli in South China Sea Dec 20, 1971 due to excessive
					battle damage or excessive wear.
				154797 (c/n 2404) with HMM-262 crashed and burned after a Marine stepped on a land mine as he approached
					the helicopter at Charlie Ridge, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Jun 1, 1970.  Pilot KIA, but other crewmembers
					survived and were rescued.
				154798 (c/n 2405) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC as 1J0041 Nov 14,
					2006.  SOC Nov 29, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				154799 (c/n 2406) converted to CH-46E
				154800 (c/n 2407) W/o Jun 24, 1975
				154801 (c/n 2408) converted to CH-46E.  SOC Jun 15, 2006
				154802 (c/n 2409) with HMM-263 washed out at Marble Mountain airfield, Quang Nam, South Vietnam Mar 30, 1971
					due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				154803 (c/n 2410) was the helicopter that lifted the US ambassador off the roof in Saigon in 1975.
					Converted to CH-46E.  Retired to Norfolk, VA in 2001 or 2.  Now at Flying Leatherneck
					Museum, Miramar, CA  SOC Jun 15, 2006.
				154804 (c/n 2411) w/o Dec 20, 1971
				154805 (c/n 2412) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC Jun 26, 2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				154806 (c/n 2413) w/o Mar 3, 1978
				154807 (c/n 2414) converted to CH-46E
				154808 (c/n 2415) converted to CH-46E
				154809 (c/n 2416) with HMM-263 washed out at Marble Mountain airfield, Quang Nam, South Vietnam Aug 25, 1970
					due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				154810 (c/n 2417) converted to CH-46E. To AMARC Aug 6, 2012
				154811 (c/n 2418) with HMM-165 shot down by RPG 22 mi NW of Da Nang, Quang Nam province, South Vietnam
					 Jun 21, 1969.  2 KIA, 3 rescued.
				154812 (c/n 2419) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC as 1J0037 Jan 24, 2006.
					SOC Feb 14, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.   To be loaned to Evergreen Aviation and Space
						Museum, McMinnville, OR in the future.  Story is that this is the last US aircraft out of Vietnam.  
						When another CH-46 was dispatched to pick up US Embassy personnel from Saigon, this a/c flew as a 
						back-up.  When the prime aircraft completed the mission, this one was cut loose to look for a 
						downed RF-4 crew before returning to the ship.
				154813 (c/n 2420) with HMM-263 shot down by automatic weapons fire Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Mar 13, 1969.
					All crew survived and were rescued.
				154814 (c/n 2421) with HMM-263 shot down by small arms fire S of An Hoa 21 mi SSW of Da Nang, Quang Nam
					Province, South Vietnam Apr 1, 1969.  2 crew KIA, 3 survived and were rescued.
				154815 (c/n 2422) converted to CH-46E
				154816 (c/n 2423) converted to CH-46E.  TO AMARC Dec 1, 2010
				154817 (c/n 2424) converted to CH-46E
				154818 (c/n 2425) SOC Jul 13, 1970
				154819 (c/n 2426) converted to CH-46E
				154820 (c/n 2427) w/o Feb 5, 1973
				154821 (c/n 2428) converted to CH-46E.  w/o Mar 19, 1996
				154822 (c/n 2429) converted to CH-46E.  To civil registere as N822WH and later as N822WH with US Department of State
					Aug 25, 2011.
				154823 (c/n 2430) SOC Jun 3, 2002
				154824 (c/n 2431) SOC Nov 10, 2003.  Now at Marine Corps Museum,
					Quantico, VA, in storage and undergoing repair
				154825 (c/n 2432) converted to CH-46E.  Flown from MCAS Futenma to Camp Kinser,
					Okinawa on September 30, 2013 for breaking-up.
				154826 (c/n 2433) SOC Feb 26, 2003
				154827 (c/n 2434) converted to CH-46E
				154828 (c/n 2435) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC Feb 24, 2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				154829 (c/n 2436) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC Jul 15, 2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				154830 (c/n 2437) with HMM-161 washed out at Phu Bai airfield, South Vietnam Apr 5, 1970 due to excessive
					battle damage or excessive wear.
				154831 (c/n 2438) converted to CH-46E
				154832 (c/n 2439) converted to CH-46E
				154833 (c/n 2440) converted to CH-46E.  W/o Jul 23, 1992
				154834 (c/n 2441) converted to CH-46E.   To AMARC Jul 25, 2008.  SOC at AMARC Dec 11, 2008.
				154835 (c/n 2442) with HMM-263 shot down by automatic weapons fire on Charlie Ridge W of Da Nang, Quang Nam
					province, South Vietnam Apr 19, 1969.  All 6 crew KIA.
				154836 (c/n 2443) SOC at unknown date
				154837 (c/n 2444) with HMM-263 crashed into side of mountain Quang Nan Province, South Vietnam Nov 18, 1970.
					All 15 onboard killed.
				154838 (c/n 2445) with HMM-364 shot down by ground fire at Hill 270 S of Marble Mountain, Quang Nam
					Province, South Vietnam Oct 27, 1970.  All survived and were rescued.
				154839 (c/n 2446) with HMM-262 crased into South China Sea off Marble Mountain Airfield, Quang Nam
					province, South Vietnam due to transmission failure Apr 19, 1971.  3 crew killed, one survived.
				154840 (c/n 2447)with HMM-161 hit by a command-detonated mine and crashed while landing in Quang Tri
					Province, South Vietnam. Apr 22, 1969.  2 crew surived, 2 KIA.
				154841 (c/n 2448) with HMM-161 shot down by RPG at Mutters Ridge, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Mar 14, 1969.
					3 crew rescued but one crew KIA and 7 Marines KIA.
				154842 (c/n 2449) with HMM-263 washed out at Marble Mountain airfield, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Mar 30, 1971
					due to excessive battle damage or excessive wear.
				154843 (c/n 2450) with HMM-263 hit by small arms fire Jun 1, 1969 but able to fly back to Marble Mountain
					airfield.  Washed out Aug 3, 1969 due to excessive battle damage.
				154844 (c/n 2451) converted to CH-46E
154845/154862		Boeing Vertol CH-46F Sea Knight
				154845 (c/n 2452) converted to CH-46E.  SOC Jan 6, 2012.  To US State Department as N845WA
				154846 (c/n 2453)
				154847 (c/n 2454) SOC May 1, 2012
				154848 (c/n 2455)  (HMM-265) crashed May 29, 1989 in operations off Okinawa, Japan.
					14 of 22 onboard missing.  The helicopter was taking part in a
					routine amphibious training excercise when it pitched over to the
					right and went into the water upside down.
				154849 (c/n 2456).  SOC May 12, 2009
				154850 (c/n 2457) to AMARC Jun 9, 2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				154851 (c/n 2458) to AMARC in 2013.
				154852 (c/n 2459) w/o Sep 11, 1978
				154853 (c/n 2460)
				154854 (c/n 2461) to AMARC Sep 15, 2009
				154855 (c/n 2462)
				154856 (c/n 2463)
				154857 (c/n 2464) converted to CH-46E. To civil register as N857AW with US Department of State Apr 21, 2011.
				154858 (c/n 2465) w/o Feb 4, 1977
				154859 (c/n 2466) W;o Apr 23, 1975
				154860 (c/n 2467) converted to CH-46E. SOC Mar 15, 2012.  To US State Department as N860AW May 2, 2012.
				154861 (c/n 2468)w/o Oct 3,1979 
				154862 (c/n 2469)
154863/154884		Sikorsky CH-53A Sea Stallion
				154863 (c/n 65.126) to Israel Sep 16, 1971.  Became S/n 877/477/977.  To AMARC as 2J0034 May 8, 1987.
				154864 (c/n 65.127) to Isreal Nov 15, 1973 became S/n 414/714/914.
				154865 (c/n 65.128) to MASDC as 2J0006 Mar 30, 1972.  Returned to service.
				154866 (c/n 65.129) to Israel Nov 15, 1973.  Became s/n 421/721/921 Yasoor 2000
				154867 (c/n 65.130) noted Mar 10, 2004 as GCH-53A ground instructional airframe at Sheppard
					AFB, TX, painted as '67-30052'.
				154868 (c/n 65.131) to MASDC as HC0013 (ex 2J????) 
				154869 (c/n 65.132) (HMH-363) crashed at Indian Springs, NV Apr 14, 1984. Five occupants killed.
				154870 (c/n 65.133) to Israel Sep 16, 1991.  Became S/n 873.
				154871 (c/n 65.134) to Isreal Apr 8, 1991.  Became S/n 882/483/983
				154872 (c/n 65.135) to Israel Oct 28, 1973.  Became s/n 417/719/917.
				154873 (c/n 65-136)
				154874 (c/n 65.137) to Israel Nov 15, 1973.  Became s/n 429/929
				154875 (c/n 65.138) crashed in Chocklate Mts, CA Aug 1967.
				154876 (c/n 65.139) to MASDC as 2J0021 Sep 11, 1974.  Returned to service.
				154877 (c/n 65.140) to to AMARC as 2J0039 May 8, 1987.  To Israel Sep 16, 1991.  Became S/n 879/479/979.  
				154878 (c/n 65.141) to AMARC as 2J0035 Jul 30, 1987.  To Israel Sep 16, 1991.  Became S/n 885/985
				154879 (c/n 65.150) to Israel Jan 3, 1991.  Became s/n 875/475/975
				154880 (c/n 65.151) to Israel Nov 12, 1973.  Became S/n 406/906
				154881 (c/n 65.152) to MASDC as 2J0009 Apr 9, 1972.  Returned to service.  Back to 
					AMARC as HC0003 Apr 26, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				154882 (c/n 65-153) to Israel Apr 8, 1991.  Became SN 887/987
				154883 (c/n 65-154) to Israel Sep 16, 1991.  Became S/n 890/790/990
				154884 (c/n 65-155) to AMARC as 2J0051 Apr 30, 1991.  To Israel Aug 31, 1993.
154885/154886		Sikorsky CH-53G Sea Stallion
				c/n 65-156/157.  To West German Army as 8401 and 8402
154887/154888		Sikorsky CH-53A Sea Stallion
				c/n 65-158/159.  Not sure these were built.
154889/154902		Sikorsky UH-34D Seahorse
				C/n 581799/581812.
				154889 to Air America
				154890 to Air America
				154891 to Air America
				154892 to Air America.  Lost Oct 19, 1972, Laos
				154893 to Air America
				154894 to Air America.
				154895 (c/n 581805) accepted Jun 5, 1967 at NARF North Island, California.  To
					NAS North Island, California Jul 29, 1967 and shipped to Hawaii.  To H&MS 1st Marine Brigate,
					Kaneohe, Hawaii Jul 30, 1967.  To H&MS 24, Kaneohe, Hawaii Apr 1, 1968, coded EW-2.  To NAS Meridian
					Nov 12, 1970.  To NARF Pensacola Aug 2, 1972.  SOC at Pensacola Aug 3, 1972.
					To US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, Alabama.  Later to Planes of Fame Air Museum, Chino,
					California.  In 2006 to Palm Springs Air Museum,Palm Springs, California
				154896 (c/n 581806) SOC Nov 23, 1971. To Imperial Airways as N36672.
				154897 SOC Jan 28, 1972, NARF Quonset Point, RI
				154898 SOC Dec 1, 1971, NAVSTA Keflavik.
				154899 (c/n 581809) SOC May 5, 1971.  To Carson Helicopters Inc as N94523.  Crashed Oct 18, 1980
					near Pole Langow, NV.
				154900 to VH-34D.  To MASDC as 3H0231 Feb 1, 1971
				154901 SOC Apr 22, 1970
				154902 SOC Feb 5, 1971 NARF Pensacola, FL.
154903/154910		Douglas A-4G Skyhawk
				c/n 13734/13741.  Version of A-4E for Royal Australian Navy
				To Australia as N13-154903/154910 (RAN codes 882/889) November 1967.
					N13-154903 (RAN code 882) delivered to RAN Jul 31, 1967.  SOC Jun 30, 1983.  To RNZAF Jul 20, 1984 as NZ6211.  
						Converted to A-4K.  Crashed Feb 16, 2001 near Nowra, NSW while practicing barrel roll with NZ6213 
						(BuNo 154905).  Pilot killed.
					N13-154904 (RAN code 883) delivered to RAN Jul 31, 1967.  SOC Jun 30, 1984.  To RNZAF Jul 20, 1984 as NZ6212.  
						Converted to A-4K.  Stored at Woodbourne Aug 17, 2001.  To N142EM with Draken International at
						Lakeland, registred Mar 1, 2013
					N13-154905 (RAN code 884) delivered to RAN Jul 31, 1967.  SOC Jun 30, 1984.  To RNZAF July 12, 1984 as NZ6213.  
						Converted to A-4K.  Stored at Woodbourne Dec 18,2 2001.  To N143EM with Draken International at Lakeland, 
						registered Mar 1, 2013.
					N13-154906 (RAN code 885) crashed Oct 21, 1980 off HMAS Melbourne
						200km SW of Columbo due to catapult failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
					N13-154907 (RAN code 886) rolled off deck of HMAS Melbourne 355 km east of Australia Sept 24, 1979
					N13-154908 (RAN code 887) delivered to RAN Aug 23, 1967.  SOC Jun 30, 1984.  To RNZAF July 1984 as NZ6214.  
						Converted to A-4K.  Stored at Woodbourne Oct 18, 2001.  To N144EM with Draken Internation at Lakeland,
						registred Mar 1, 2013.
					N13-154909 (RAN code 888) crashed over side of HMASA Melbourne 
						after arrestor wire broke May 23, 1979 90 km east of Jervis Bay.
						Pilot rescued.  Aircraft displayed as "888"  at Naval 
						Aviation Museum is really ex-USN A-4B BuNo 142871
					N13-154910 (RAN code 889) crashed Nov 1973 off HMAS Melbourne due to catapult failure.  Pilot rescued.
154911/154912		Douglas TA-4G Skyhawk
				c/n 13784/13785.  Two-seat advanced trainer version for Royal Australian Navy
				154911 converted to TA-4G.  To Royal Australian Navy as N13-154911 (RAN code 880) Jul 31, 1967.  SOC Jun 30, 1984. 
					To RNZAF as NZ6255 Jul 12, 1984.  Converted to TA-4K.  Stored at Woodbourne 11Aug 11, 2003. 
					Presented to RAN Fleet Air Arm Museum, Nowra, NSW Sep 19, 2013. On display as RAN N13-154911/880.
				154912 converted to TA-4G.  To Royal Australian Navy as N13-154912 (RAN code 881)  Aug 30, 1967.  SOC Jun 30, 1984.
					To RNZAF as NZ6256 Jul 12, 1984.  Converted to TA-4K.  NZ6256 crashed into sea off Perth WA  Mar 20, 2001
					during exercise with RAN. Pilot ejected safely.
154913/154929		Cancelled contract for LTV A-7A Corsair II
154930			Grumman EA-6B-05-GR
154931			Grumman EA-6B-10-GR
154932 			Grumman EA-6B-15-GR
154933			Grumman EA-6B-20-GR
154934			Grumman EA-6B-25-GR
154935/154942		Cancelled contract for Grumman EA-6B
154943/154969		Bell UH-1E Iroquois
				c/n 6165/6191 according to Bell records.  For USMC.  The numbers below are the Bell numbers.
				154943 (c/n 6165) to US Navy.  w/o Jan 11, 1979
				154944 (c/n 6166) to MASDC as 7H0129 Jul 22, 1983.  To USAF list as HF0147.Dec 31, 1984.  To N909KK
				154945 (c/n 6167) to MASDC as 7H0117 May 11, 1983.  To civil registry as N5010J, then CS-HBT
				154946 (c/n 6168) w/o Apr 15, 1969 with VMO-1
				154947 (c/n 6169) w/o Dec 3, 1973 with HT-18
				154948 (c/n 6170) to NM158RR, N204RW
				154949 (c/n 6171) to MASDC as 7H0028 Apr 23, 1976. Returned to service.  Back to MASDC  as 7H0126 Jun 29, 1983.
					To civil registry as N156RR, became N116HS.  Formerly stored at Beckley, England.
				154950 (c/n 6172) w/o May 13, 1970 with HML-167
				154951 (c/n 6173) to MASDC as 7H0101 May 10, 1982.  To N4692Z
				154952 (c/n 6174) w/o Nov 24, 1970 with HML-167
				154953 (c/n 6175) to MASDC as 7H0141 Aug 16, 1983.  To N53SS
				154954 (c/n 6176) w/o Mar 30, 1968 with HML-367
				154955 (c/n 6177) w/o Aug 22, 1968 with HMO-367
				154956 (c/n 6178) to MASDC as 7H0165.  To N5088J
				154957 (c/n 6179) to AMARC as 7H0171 Oct 8, 1986
				154958 (c/n 6180) to US Navy. To MASDC as 7H0092 Jul 17, 1981.
				154959 (c/n 6181) to MASDC as 7H0121 Jun 8, 1983.  To XA0298.
				154960 (c/n 6182) to MASDC as 7H0099 May 5, 1982.  To N498RR
				154961 (c/n 6183) w/o Oct 3, 1979
				154962 (c/n 6184) w/o Jun 21, 1968 with VMO-2
				154963 (c/n 6185) w/o Sep 17, 1968 with HML-367
				154964 (c/n 6186) w/o Feb 9, 1970 with VMO-1
				154965 (c/n 6187) w/o Jun 7, 1971 with HML-269
				154966 (c/n 6188) w/o Aug 16, 1968 with HML-367
				154967 (c/n 6189) w/o Jun 11, 1970 with VMO-6
				154968 (c/n 6190) w/o Apr 11, 1968 with VMO-6
				154969 (c/n 6191) w/o Aug 18, 1970 with HML-167
154970/155069		Douglas A-4F Skyhawk
				c/n 13786/13885
				154970 (c/n 13786) to AMARC as 3A0728 Aug 26, 1993
				154972 (VA-212) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Jul 9, 1972. Pilot MIA.
				154973 (c/n 13789) served with Blue Angels.  To AMARC as 3A0765 Apr 7, 1994
				154974 (VA-212) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam May 22, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				154975 served with Blue Angels as #5.  Crashed at NAS El Centro, 
					CA Feb 22, 1982.  Pilot killed.
				154976 (c/n 13792) operated by USMC "Flying Gators" at NAS Atlanta.  Had been painted in shades of
					brown as an aggressor aircraft, coded MB-10.  To AMARC as 3A0720 Aug 11, 1993
				154977 (c/n 13793) to AMARC as 3A0722 Aug 18, 1993.  In Mar 2005 underwent
					restoration for display on USS Midway museum at NAS North Island, CA.
					Became an exhibit at USS Midway Museum Jul 19, 2005.
				154980 (VA-164) crashed into sea after launch from USS Hancock in South China Sea Jan 26, 1971.   One of the
					bridle hooks failed, plane went over side where the carrier ran over it as it sank.  Pilot killed.
				154981 (VA-93) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Aug 30, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				154982 (VA-212) lost in accident May 28, 1968.  Pilot rescued.
				154983 served with Blue Angels.  Now at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				154984 served with Blue Angels
				154985 served with Blue Angels.  Also listed as being w/o Jan 24, 1971
				154986 served with Blue Angels
				154988 (VA-93) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam May 21, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				154989 (VFC-12) collided with F/A-18C 163428 Feb 15, 1990.
				154991 (c/n 13807) to AMARC as 3A0767 Apr 7, 1994
				154992 served with Blue Angels as #6.  Collided in midair with 155029
					over NAS Niagra, NY Jul 13, 1983.  Pilot killed.
				154993 (VA-23) shot down by ground fire over Laos Jul 20, 1969.  Pilot KIA.  There was a report that he was taken
					POW and is still being held, but US denies this.
				154994 (VA-212) lost in accicent Mar 8, 1970.  Pilot rescued.
				154995 (VA-93) lost in accident Apr 11, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				154996 (c/n 13812) to AMARC as 3A0718 Aug 4, 1993
				155000 (c/n 13816) served with Blue Angels.  To AMARC as 3A0680 Sep 14, 1992
				155002 (VA-192) collided in midair with F-8E 149165 over Gulf of Tonkin July 4, 1968.  Pilots of both planes
					ejected and were rescued.
				155003 (VA-192) collided in midair with A-4F 154199 over Gulf of Tonkin Jul 21, 1969.  Pilots of both planes
					ejected and were rescued.
				155005 (VA-212) blew tire on landing at Da Nang, South Vietnam and crashed Feb 9, 1970.  Pilot killed.
 				155009 at Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Scotia, NY.
 				155010 (VA-55) shot down by AAA over Laos Mar 14, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
 				155011 (VA-55) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Sep 23, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				155013 (c/n 13829) to AMARC as 3A0702 Jun 2, 1993
				155015 (VA-55) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Sep 23, 1968.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				155018 (c/n 13834) to AMARC as 3A0753 Mar 28, 1994
				155021 (VA-212) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Sep 6, 1972.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				155022 (c/n 13838) to AMARC as 3A0727 Aug 26, 1993
				155023 (VA-164) lost in accident due to fuel system malfunction and explosion over South China Sea 
					Feb 10, 1970. Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				155025 on loan from Pensacola Naval Air Museum to NAS Fallon Airpark
				155026 (c/n 13842) to AMARC as 3A0764 Apr 7, 1994
				155027 at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI.  Recently restored in Blue Angels colors
				155029 served with Blue Angels as #5.  Collided in midair with 154992
					over NAS Niagra, NY Jul 13, 1985.  Pilot ejected safely.
				155030 (c/n 13846) to AMARC as 3A0749 Mar 17, 1994
				155031 (c/n 13847) to AMARC as 3A0657 Jun 25, 1992
				155033 served with Blue Angels.   Now on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				155034 (c/n 13850) to AMARC as 3A0755 Mar 29, 1994.  C/n was 13806 on aircraft plate.  to Argentina
					in 1998/1999 tor spares use.
				155036 (c/n 13852) seen in 2006 on display at Accomack County Airport, Eastern Shore
					of Virginia.  Still there May 2012.
				155037 (c/n 13853) to AMARC as 3A0757 Mar 29, 1994
				155039 (c/n 13855) to AMARC as 3A0725 Aug 18, 1993
				155040 w/o Mar 15, 1970
				155042 converted to A-4M prototype
				155044 (VA-212) shot down by AAA over Laos Mar 15, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				155045 (VA-212) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam May 25, 1972.  Pilot KIA.
				155046 (VA-55) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Jul 11, 1972.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				155047 (c/n 13863) to AMARC as 3A0713 Jul 7, 1993
				155048 (VA-55) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam May 27, 1972.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				155049 converted to A-4M prototype.  Now on display at Naval Air Test and Evaluation 
					Museum, Patuxent, MD since Nov 1990.
				155051 (A-4G) to Australia as N13-155051 (RAN code 870) 
					Aug 1971.  Crashed Jan 23, 1979 near Braidwood NSW 
					due to turbine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				155052 converted to A-4G Jul 1970.  To Royal Australian Navy as N13-155052 (RAN code 871) 
					May 20, 1971.  SOC Jun 30, 1983.  To RNZAF Jul 26, 1984 as NZ6215.  Converted to A-4K.  
					Stored at Woodbourne Oct 19, 2001.  To N145EM with Draken International at Lakeland, registered Mar 1, 2013.
				155055 (A-4G) to Australia as N13-155055 (RAN code 872) 
					Aug 1971.  Crashed Jul 17, 1975 Beecroft Peninsula, NSW 
					after collision with 870 (N-13-155051).  Pilot of 872
					killed, 870 landed safely.
				155056 served with Blue Angels.  Crashed at NAS Miramar, CA
					Nov 17, 1978.  Pilot killed.
				155057 (VMA-133) crashed Jun 24, 1985 following in-flight fire over Yuma Ranges, AZ
				155059 (VA-155) crashed into sea off starboard bow of USS Ranger (CVA-61) in Gulf of Tonkin Jan 17, 1969.  Pilot KIA.
				155060 (A-4G) to Australia as N13-155060 (RAN code 873) 
					Aug 1971.  Crashed June 5, 1973 off Williamtown NSW after 
					engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				155061 wo US Navy Apr 29, 1968.  Operated by VA-155 and VA-212.  Converted to A-4G Jul 1970.  To Australia as N13-155061 
					(RAN code 874) Aug 1971.  SOC Jun 30, 1983.  To RNZAF Jul 20, 1984 as NZ6216.  Converted to A-4K.
					Stored at Woodbourne Dec 18, 2001.  To Omaka Aviation Heritage Cente, Blenheim Sep 28, 2011.
				155062 (A-4G) to Australia as N13-155062 (RAN code 875) 
					Aug 1971.  Crashed Oct 2, 1980, 70 km north of Sumatra after engine 
					failure during launch from HMAS Melbourne.  Pilot ejected
					safely.
				155063 to USN Mar 1, 1968, operated with VA-155 and VA-55.  Converted to A-4G Aug 1970.  To Royal Australian
					Navy as N13-155063 (RAN code 876) May 18, 1971.  SOC Jun 30, 1983.  To RNZAF Jul 26, 1984 as NZ6217.  
					Converted to A-4K.  To N146EM with Draken International at Lakeland, registered Mar 1, 2013.
				155064 (c/n 13880) to MASDC as 3A0528 Nov 30, 1978.  Back to service. Back to AMARC as 3A0709 Jun 28, 1993.  
					To Argentine Navy as 3A709
				155066 (c/n 13882) to AMARC as 3A0731 Aug 27, 1993
				155069 (c/n 13885) to US Navy Jun 20, 1968, with VA-155 and VA-44.  Converted to A-4G Aug 5, 1970.
					To Royal Australian Navy as N13-155069 (RAN code 877) May 13, 1971.  SOC Jun 30, 1983.
					To RNZAF as NZ6218 Jul 26, 1984.  Retired and stored at Woodbourne Aug 15, 2001.  
					To N147EM Draken International at Lakeland, registred Mar 1, 2013.
155070/155071		Douglas TA-4F Skyhawk
				c/n 13886/13887
				155070 to AMARC as 3A0608 Sep 5, 1991
155072/155119		Douglas TA-4J Skyhawk
				C/n 13888/13935
				155072 to AMARC as 3A0733 Sep 15, 1993
				155074 to AMARC as 3A0683 Sep 21, 1992
				155076 to AMARC as 3A0829 Sep 9, 1994.  To Texas Air Museum, Rio Hondo, TX until museum closed Feb 28, 2005.
					In 2010 was at Texas Air Museum, Stinson Field, San Antonio, TX.
				155078 to AMARC as 3A0802 Jul 28, 1994
				155080 to AMARC as 3A0729 Aug 26, 1993
				155081 to AMARC as 3A0730 Aug 26, 1993
				155082 to AMARC as 3A0799 Jul 28, 1994
				155085 to AMARC as 3A0724 Aug 18, 1993
				155087 to AMARC as 3A0695 Apr 26, 1993
				155088 to AMARC as 3A0806 Aug 4, 1994
				155089 to AMARC as 3A0634 Jan 23, 1992
				155092 to AMARC as 3A0716 Jul 23, 1993
				155094 to AMARC as 3A0723 Aug 18, 1993
				155096 to AMARC as 3A0726 Aug 25, 1993
				155097 to AMARC as 3A0611 Sep 17, 1991
				155099 to AMARC as 3A0637 Jan 31, 1992
				155100 (c/n 13916) to AMARC as 3A0860 Sept 14, 1999.  SOC Jan 20, 2000.
				155102 to AMARC as 3A0841 Oct 4, 1996.  Noted apparently withdrawn from use at Williams 
					Gateway AP, AZ Mar 15, 2003
				155103 to AMARC as 3A0828 Sep 9, 1994
				155105 (c/n 13921) to AMARC as 3A0856 Sept 9, 1999.  SOC Mar 15, 2000.
				155106 to AMARC as 3A0619 Nov 20, 1991
				155107 to AMARC as 3A0626 Dec 5, 1991
				155109 (TA-4J) with VT-22 collided with TA-4J 154618 at unknown location
					during night landing practice Apr 26, 1985.  Two killed.
				155110 to AMARC as 3A0791 Jul 12, 1994
				155112 to AMARC as 3A0796 Jul 15, 1994
				155113 to AMARC as 3A0813 Aug 18, 1994
				155115 (c/n 13931) to AMARC as 3A0778 May 24, 1994.  Transferred to US Army charge as XB0003.
					Noted apparently withdrawn from use at Williams Gateway AP, AZ Mar 15,2003
				155117 to AMARC as 3A0691 Sep 30, 1992
				155118 to AMARC as 3A0839 Jul 30, 1996
155120/155124		Grumman C-2A Greyhound
				155120 (VRC-50) crashed on takeoff from USS Ranger (CVA-61) in Gulf
					of Tonkin Dec 15, 1970.  Stalled after catapult launch with
					a probable load shift of the cargo. 9 killed, 7 missing.
				155123 (c/n 18) to AMARC as IC0006 Jun 19, 1989.
155125/155136		Cancelled contract for Grumman C-2A Greyhound
155137/155190		Grumman A-6A Intruder
				contract cancelled
155191/155205		North American Rockwell T-2B Buckeye
				Contract cancelled.
155206/155238		North American Rockwell T-2B Buckeye
				c/n 310-1/33
				155207 to National Museum of Naval Aviation as N6202Y Mar 1993.
				155209 to National Museum of Naval Aviation as N6190Z Mar 1993.  At California City, CA by 2000
				155210 (c/n 310-5) to MASDC as 2T0112.  To National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					as N6203G Mar 1993.  Noted Sep 2003 in poor condition outside
					Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL.  Still there in Mar 2011.
				155212 to National Museum of Naval Aviation as N6201Q Mar 1993
				155213 (c/n 310-8) to AMARC as 2T0167 Sep 4, 1991
				155214 (c/n 310-9) to MASDC as 2T0122.  To National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					as N6202H Mar 1993
				155216 (c/n 310-11) to MASDC as 2T0110.
				155218 (c/n 310-13) to MASDC as 2T0132. To National Museum of Naval Aviation as N6202L Mar 1993.  
					Noted Sep 2003 in poor condition outside Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL
				155220 (c/n 310-15) to MASDC as 2T0132
				155221 (c/n 310-16) to AMARC as 2T0174 Oct 11, 1991
				155222 (c/n 310-17) to MASDC as 2T0124
				155224 (c/n 310-19) to AMARC as 2T0168 Sep 4, 1991
				155227 (c/n 310-22) to AMARC as 2T0179 Oct 23, 1991
				155229 (c/n 310-24) to AMARC as 2T0172 Sep 17, 1991
				155230 (c/n 310-25) to AMARC as 2T0175 Oct 11, 1991
				155231 (c/n 310-26) to AMARC as 2T0171 Sep 17, 1991
				155232 (c/n 310-27) to AMARC as 2T0180 Oct 23, 1991
				155233 (c/n 310-28) to AMARC as 2T0176 Oct 11, 1991
				155234 (c/n 310-29) to AMARC as 2T0169 Sep 4, 1991
				155235 (c/n 310-30) became N27WS
				155236 (c/n 310-31) to MASDC as 2T0108
				155238 to AMARC Dec 30, 1997
155239/155241		North American Rockwell T-2C Buckeye
				c/n 310-34/36
				155239 (c/n 310-34) to AMARC as 2T0219 Apr 28, 1993
				155240 (c/n 310-35) to AMARC as 2T0201 Aug 17, 1992
155242/155289		Douglas A-4H Skyhawk 
				C/n 13936/13983.  A-4E version for Israel
155290			Sikorsky H-34G Seabat
				C/n 58.1813 - for Marineflieger as WE+552, later 81+11 under FMS.  To United Technologies
					Corp as N37701 in 1974.
155291/155297		Lockheed P-3B-95-LO Orion
				For Australia.
				155291 (c/n 185B-5401) to RAAF Jan 1968 as serial A9-291.  To RNZAF May 1985 as NZ4206. Modified to P-3K Jun 1986
				155292 (c/n 185B-5402) to RAAF Jan 1968 as serial A9-292.  To Portuguese AF Jan 1986 as 4801.  Stored at 
					Alverca Jun 2003.
				155293 (c/n 185B-5403) to RAAF Feb 1968 as serial A9-293.  To Portuguese AF Jan 1986 as 4802.  Dumped at Montijo AB
					Jun 2011.
				155294 (c/n 185B-5404) to RAAF Feb 1968 as serial A9-294.  To Portuguese AF Nov 1985 as 4803.  Stored Oct 2008
					at Beja AB.
				155295 (c/n 185B-5405) to RAAF Mar 1968 as serial A9-295.  To Portuguese AF Dec 1985 as 4804.  SOC May 13, 2006.
				155296 (c/n 185B-5406) to RAAF Mar 1968 as serial A9-296.  Lost in accident at Moffett Field NAS, CA Apr 11, 1968 
					during acceptance trials before deliver to RAAF when undercarriage collapsed.  Replaced
					by 154605, RAAF serial A9-605.
				155297 (c/n 185B-5407) to RAAF Apr 1968 as serial A9-297.  To Portuguese AF Oct 1985 as 4805.  Broken up at Beja
					Mar 2014.
155298/155300		Lockheed P-3B-100-LO Orion
				For Australia
				155298 (c/n 185B-5408) to RAAF May 1968 as serial A9-298.  To Portuguese AF Oct 1985 as 4806.  Stored early 2000.
					Preserved May 25, 2005 in Portuguese AF Museum at Sintra AB.
				155299 (c/n 185B-5409) to RAAF May 1968 as serial A9-299.  To Lockheed 07/83 as N91LC
					AEW&C Orion prototype.  Registered Apr 26, 1989 to US Customs Service as N145CS. Named "Blue Eagle".
					Currently registered to US Customs and Border Protection.
				155300 (c/n 185B-5410) to RAAF May 1968 as serial A9-300.  Damaged by fire at RAAF
					Edinburgh, SA 01/84.  Broken up for parts, fuselage refurnished as R&D mockup.  Wings provived to 157330.
155301/155318		Boeing Vertol CH-46F Sea Knight
				155301 (c/n 2470) converted to CH-46E.  To US State Deparment as N301WL Dec 5, 2011.
				155302 (c/n 2471) to AMARC May 23, 2012.  SOC Jul 25, 2012
				155303 (c/n 2473) to AMARC Sep 29, 2008.  SOC Dec 11, 2008
				155304 (c/n 2474)
				155305 (c/n 2475)
				155306 (c/n 2476)
				155307 (c/n 2477)
				155308 (c/n 2478)
				155309 (c/n 2479)
				155310 (c/n 2480)
				155311 (c/n 2481)
				155312 (c/n 2482) to AMARC Jul 26, 2012
				155313 (c/n 2483)
				155314 (c/n 2484) w/o May 31, 1979
				155315 (c/n 2485) to AMARC Jul 15, 2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				155316 (c/n 2486) to AMARC Oct 15, 2012
				155317 (c/n 2487) w/o Feb 14, 1986
				155318 (c/n 2488)
155319/155336		cancelled contract for Boeing Vertol CH-46F Sea Knight
155337/155367		Bell UH-1E Iroquois
				c/n 6192/6202 according to Bell records.  For USMC.  The numbers below are the Bell numbers.
				155337 (c/n 6192) w/o May 12, 1969 with HML-367
				155338 (c/n 6193) w/o Jan 27, 1969 with HML-367
				155339 (c/n 6194) w/o Aug 9, 1969 with HML-367
				155341 (c/n 6196) to MASDC as 7H0066 Sep 6, 1977, returned to service.  Back to MASDC as 7H0130 Jul 22, 1983.
					To N118HS
				155342 (c/n 6197) to MASDC as 7H0048 Jan 28, 1977.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as 7H0122 Jun 24, 1983.
					To N9173N 
				155343 (c/n 6198) w/o Sep 29, 1968 with HML-167  
				155344 (c/n 6199) to MASDC as 7H0038 Jul 27, 1976.  to HF0177 Aug 23, 1988.   to civil registry as N454CC.
				155346 (c/n 6201) to MASDC as 7H0146 Sep 1, 1983.  To N7160J
				155347 (c/n 6202) w/o Jul 25, 1969 with HML-267
				155348 (c/n 6203) to MASDC as 7H0043 Oct 13, 1976.  Returned to service.  To civil registry as N48SS, then CS-HBU. 
				155349 (c/n 6204) to US Navy.  MASDC as 7H0100 May 10, 1982 
				155350 (c/n 6205) to MASDC as 7H0093 Jul 27, 1981.  To civil registry as N5025V in 1988.  Exported to New Zealand
					as ZK-IUE in 2002.  W/o Jan 3, 2003 during logging operations
				155351 (c/n 6206) to MASDC as 7H0044 Oct 17, 1976.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as 7H0128 Jul 15, 1983.
					Became N5089Q; registration cancelled by FAA Feb 13, 2003 as 'destroyed'
				155352 (c/n 6207) to MASDC as 7H0036 Jul 21, 1976, to HF0178 Aug 23, 1988.  To N453CC
				155353 (c/n 6208) to MASDC as 7H0037 Jul 21, 1976.
				155354 (c/n 6209) w/o Oct 21, 1970 with HML-267
				155355/155367 were cancelled
155368/155389		cancelled contract for Sikorsky CH-53A Sea Stallion
				A Gulfstream V bearing the serial 155375 was noted at Savannah Mar 2002.
155390/155503		North American Rockwell OV-10A Bronco
				c/n 305-1/114
				155390 (c/n 305-1) to NASA as N636NA.
				155392 (c/n 305-3) crashed 60 mi SW of Albuquerque, NM Aug 6, 1981.
				155393 (c/n 305-4, VAL-4) shot down in Vietnam Mar 10, 1970.  Both crew ejected and were rescued.
				155394 (c/n 305-5, VAL-4) shot down in Vietnam Oct 29, 1971.  Both crew rescued.
				155395 (c/n 305-6) converted to YOV-10D.  To AMARC as 1V0046 Apr 22, 1993, to Air Force list as PA0001 Apr 22, 1993
				155396 (c/n 305-7) converted to YOV-10D.  To NASA as N367NA.  Stored at Cleveland until
					transferred to California Division of Forestry.
				155397 (c/n 305-8) to Moroccan AF
				155400 (c/n 305-11) to AMARC as 1V0021 May 7, 1992.  Later operated by California Department of Forestry as N429DF
				155401 (c/n 305-12) operated by California Department of Forestry as N409DF
				155402 (c/n 305-13) to AMARC as 1V0031 Aug 14, 1992.  Later operated by California Department of Forestry as N413DF
				155403 (c/n 305-14) with VMO-6 of MAG-39 hit by AAA while attacking a raft near Lang Chei 7 mi S of Khe Sanh, SVN 
					May 29, 1969.  Crew of 2 ejected and were rescued by USMC CH-46 helicopter
				155404 (c/n 305-15) to Moroccan AF
				155405 (c/n 305-16) to MASDC as 1V0014 Apr 22, 1980, returned to service.  Back to AMARC as 12V00322 Sep 11, 1992.
					Later operated by California Department of Forestry as N414DF
				155406 (c/n 305-17) converted to OV-10D.  To NASA in 1994 as N617NA
				155407 (VMO-2) caught fire after heavy landing at Camp Pendleton Nov 16, 1984
				155409 (c/n 305-20) converted to OV-10D.  To AMARC as PA0002 Apr 22, 1993.  To civil registry as N15453 and to
					Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, Florida May 10, 2010.
				155410 (c/n 305-21) converted to OV-10D.  To AMARC as Apr 22, 1993.  Registered Oct 17, 1994 to American Warbirds, Inc of
					Gaithersburg, MD as N471AW.  leased to Colombian National Police by US Department of State.
				155411 (c/n 305-22) with VMO-2 of MAG-16 hit by ground fire and crashed 6 mi SW of DaNang, SVN Dec 3, 1968.
					Both crew KIA.
				155412 (c/n 305-23) with VMO-2 of MAG-16 shit by small arms fire and crashed 25 mi S of Da Nang, SVN Jul 25, 1968.
					Both crew KIA.  This was first OV-10A loss in Vietnam.
				155413 (c/n 305-24) on display Nov 2007 at Estrella Warbird Museum, Paso Robles, California.
				155415 (c/n 305-26) registered as N70161.
				155416 (c/n 305-27) assigned to VMO-2 at Da Nang AB, Vietnam
				155417 (c/n 305-28) converted to OV-10D.  Registered Oct 17, 1994 to American Warbirds, Inc of
					Gaithersburg, MD as N472AW
				155418 (c/n 305-29) converted to OV-10D.  To AMARC as 1VB0043 Apr 22, 1993, to PA0003 Apr 22, 1993.  
					Registration N87612 reserved Feb 5, 1997, cancelled Aug 20,
					1999 but now taken up Feb 21, 2008
				155419 (VMO-2) crashed on Gila Bend Ranges, AZ May 16, 1984
				155420 (c/n 305-31) WITH vmo-2 of MAG-16 hit by small arms fire while attacking a river crossing point 20
					mi S of Da Nang, SVN Apr 8, 1969.  Crew of 2 ejected and were rescued by USMC UH-1E helicopter.
				155421 (c/n 305-32) with VMO-2 of MAG-166 crashed due to engine failure in SVN Jul 22, 1969.  Pilot survived and was
					rescued by USMC CH-46 helicopter, but observer was killed in the crash.
				155422 (c/n 305-33) with VMO-2 of MAG-16 shot down by ground fire 12 mi S of Da Nang, SVN Oct 22, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
				155423 (c/n 305-34) with VMO-2 of MAG-11 hit by AAA 12 mi W of Kham Duc, SVN Apr 21, 1970.  Both crew ejected.  Pilot killed by
					NVA soldiers, but observer was rescued by helicopter.
				155424 (VMO-1, c/n 305-35) lost in Desert Storm Feb 25, 1991.
				155425 (c/n 305-36) to Moroccan AF
				155426 (c/n 305-37) to Bureau of Land Management as N97LM in 1993.
				155427 (c/n 305-38) to AMARC as 1V0022 May 7, 1992.  later operated by California Department of Forestry as N415DF
				155428 (c/n 305-39) to AMARC as 1V0034 Sep 17, 1992.  Later operated by California Department of Forestry as N418DF
				155429 (c/n 305-40) to Bureau of Land Management as N685 in 1993.
				155433 (c/n 305-44) to Moroccan AF
				155434 (c/n 305-45) to Colombia in 1993
				155436 (c/n 305-47) converted to OV-10D.  To NASA in 1994 as N615NA.
				155437 (VMO-2) to MASDC as 1V0017 May 17, 1980.  Returned to service.  Crashed Jul 31, 1985.
				155438 (c/n 305-49) to Colombia in 1993 as FAC2223 and now on display in Museo Aeroespacia, Bogota
				155440 (VMO-2) crashed at Camp Pendleton after colliding with OV-10 155442 Oct 23, 1994.
				155442 (VMO-2) crashed at Camp Pendleton after colliding with OV-10 155440 Oct 23, 1994
				155444 (c/n 305-55, VX-5) crashed over Sierra mountain range Oct 23, 1983.  Both crew ejected
					but one was killed when his chute only partially opened.
				155445 (c/n 305-56) to AMARC as 1V0035 Sep 22, 1992.  Later operated by California Department of Forestry as N419DF.  Noted cocooned at
					Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Nov 2002. Crashed Sep 6, 2006 during aerial observation
					flight about 22 mi NE of Porterville, CA in the Mountain Home Demonstration State
					Forest.  Both crew killed.
				155446 (c/n 305-57) converted to OV-10D.  To AMARC as PB0001 May 21, 1993.  Noted Oct 7, 2004
					at Boeing Facility, Mesa, AZ, allegedly to to to Colombian AF.
					Registration N10957 reserved Feb 3, 2009
				155447 (c/n 305-58) converted to OV-10D.  To AMARC as 1V0054 Jun 25, 1993.  To US State Department as N16841.
					Leased to Colombian National Police by US Department of State.
				155448 to AMARC as 1V0049 May 21, 1993.
				155449 (c/n 305-60) operated by California Department of Forestry as N430DF
				155450 (c/n 305-61) with H&MS-11 of MAG-11 hit by small arms fire and crashed 8 mi NW of Da Nang, SVN Apr 28, 1971.
					Both crew KIA.
				155451 (c/n 305-62) converted to OV-10D.  To AMARC as 1V0039 Mar 10, 1993, to PA0005 Apr 16, 1993.  To civil
					registry as N12320 and on display at Tennessee Museum of Aviation, Sevierville Jun 2010.
				155454 (c/n 305-65) to AMARC as 1V0028.  Later operated by California Department of Forestry as N400DF
				155455 (c/n 305-66) registered to Washington State DOT and parked at Boeing Field.  Also listed as being with VMO-6
					of MAG-39 being lost in a training accident Aug 9, 1969 in SVN.  Crew of 2 ejected and were rescued.
				155456 (c/n 305-67) with VMO-6 of MAG-39 crashed on takeoff from Quang Tri AB, SVN Aug 29 1969.  Both crew killed.
				155457 (c/n 305-68) to MASDC as 1V0001 Jun 6, 1975.  Returned to service.  Later operated by California 
					Department of Forestry as N401DF
				155458 to MASDC as 1V0018 Jun 12, 1980.  Returned to service.
				155459 (c/n 305-70) to AMARC as 12V0024.  Later operated by California Department of Forestry as N402DF
				155460 (c/n 305-71) crashed on landing at NAS North Island Aug 7, 1970.
				155461 (c/n 305-72, VAL-4) lost in Vietnam due to pilot error Oct 29, 1971.  One crew killed,
					other rescued.
				155462 (c/n 305-73) to Moroccan AF
				155465 converted to OV-10D.  Registered as N10D to Washington State Dept of Transport, Aeronautics Division Feb 11, 1993.
				155466 (c/n 305-77) converted to OV-10D.  To MASDC as 1V0040, returned to service.
					To AMARC as PA0007 Apr 16, 1993.  To Department of State as N23743
				155467 (c/n 305-78) operated by California Department of Forestry as N403DF
				155468 (c/n 305-79) converted to OV-10D.  to MASDC as 1V0012 Feb 27, 19867.  Returned to service.
					To AMARC as 1V0040 Mar 10, 1993.  To AMARC as PA0013 Jun 17, 1993
				155470 (c/n 305-81) converted to OV-10D.  To AMARC as to AMARC as 1V0050 May 21, 1993, to PA0008 May 21, 1993.
					To civil registry as N875MC and in 2012 was flying mosquito control for the Beaufort County, South Carolina
					government.
				155471 (c/n 305-82) to AMARC as 1V0037 Mar 10, 1993.  Later operated by California Department of Forestry as N410DF
				155472 (c/n 305-83) converted to OV-10D.  On loan from USMC Air-Ground Museum, Quantico, VA to Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.
					Noted Mar 2006 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				155473 (c/n 305-84) converted to OV-10D.  To MASDC as 1V0004 Jun 25, 1975.  Returned to service.
					To AMARC as 1V0036 Sep 27, 1992, to PB0002 Oct 29, 1992
				155474 (c/n 305-85) converted to OV-10D.  To AMARC as 1V0044 Par 22, 1993, to PA0010 Apr 22, 1993
				155475 (c/n 305-86) to AMARC as 1V0027, later 1V0032.  Later operated by California Department of Forestry as N407DF
				155476 (c/n 305-87) to MASDC as 1V0006 Jul 23, 1975.  With VMO-1, crashed at Twenty-Nine Palms May 15, 1984.  Both crew killed.
				155477 (c/n 305-88, OV-10D) to MASDC as 1V0007 Jul 25, 1975.  returned to service.  Crashed in Philippines 
					July 1990, completely destroyed.
				155478 (c/n 305-89, VMO-4) crashed on I-94 near Port Huron, MI Jun 25, 1973.
					Both crewmembers killed.
				155479 (c/n 305-90) converted to OV-10D.  To AMARC as 1V0048, to PA0009 Apr 30, 1993.  Later operated by California 
					Department of Forestry as N408DF.  Conflict here as Registration N47892 originally reserved but
					cancelled Aug 20, 1998, registered N88970 Feb 21, 2008.
				155480 (c/n 305-91) to AMARC as 12V0025.
				155481 (c/n 305-92) converted to OV-10D.  To MASDC as 1V0022 Jun 6, 1975.  Back to service.  
					To AMARC as PA0011 Jul 8, 1993.  Became N34457, then to Colombian 
					Police as PNC-3047. Crashed Sep 21, 2003.  Must have been repaired,
					as reported seen Oct 7, 2004 at Boeing Facility, Mesa, Arizona
					allegedly to go to Colombian AF.  Currently with RCU-1 as OV-10G+
				155482 (c/n 305-93) converted to OV-10D.  To MASDC as 1V0014 Jun 30, 1976.  Returned to service.
					Back to AMARC as 1V0047 Apr 30, 1993, to AMARC as PA0014 Apr 30, 1993.  Became
					N12326, registration cancelled Apr 19, 2004 as destroyed.  
				155483 (c/n 305-94) converted to OV-10D.  To MASDC as 1V0011 Aug 19, 1975, back to service.  Back to AMARC as 
					1V0053 Apr 16, 1993.  To PB0003 Jun 24, 1993.
					Noted cocooned at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Nov 2002.  Noted Oct 7, 2004 at Boeing Facility,
					Mesa, Arizona, allegedly to go to Colombian AF.  Registration N373SV
					reserved Feb 3, 2009.
				155484 (c/n 305-95) to AMARC as 1V0008 Jun 18, 1975, returned to service.  Back to AMARC as 1V0008 Jul 31, 1975.
					Returned to service again
				155485 (c/n 305-96) to MASDC as 1V0003 Jun 18, 1975.  Back to service.  (VMO-2) w/o Aug 24, 1989.
				155486 (c/n 305-97, OV-10D) flying with US State Department as N473AW
				155487 (c/n 305-98) to AMARC as 1V0009 Aug 7, 1975, returned to service.
				155488 (c/n 305-99, OV-10D) Registered Oct 17, 1994 to American Warbirds, Inc of
					Gaithersburg, MD as N474AW.  Leased to Colombian National Police
					by US Department of State.  Whilst still officially N474AW, operated in Policia 
					Nacionale Columbia markings with (doubtless spurious) serial V-7. Suffered loss of power in 
					starboard engine just after takeoff from Larandia, Colombia on drug-eradication mission 
					Feb 6, 2000; aircraft crashed and exploded, pilot ejected but was seriously injured.
				155489 (c/n 305-100) converted to OV-10D.  To MASDC as 1V0013 Jun 23, 1976, returned to service.
					Back to AMARC as 1V0045 Apr 22, 1993, to PA0006 Apr 22, 1993.  
					Registration N85967 reserved Feb 25, 1997, cancelled Aug 20, 1999
					but taken up Feb 21, 2008.  Acquired by National Vietnam War Museu, Mineral Wells, Texas Jan 2009.
				155490 (c/n 305-101) shot down by automatic weapons fire and crashed near Chau Doc, South Vietnam Jul 19, 1969, 
					killing two crew.  
				155491 (c/n 305-102) to Moroccan AF
				155492 (c/n 305-103) converted to OV-10D.  To MASDC as 1V0010 Aug 7, 1975, returned to service.
					Back to AMARC as 1V0038 Mar 10, 1993, to AMARC as PA0012 Apr 16, 1993.  Noted Oct 7, 2004
					at Boeing Facility, Mesa, AZ, allegedly to go to Colombian AF.  Currently with RCU-1 as OV-10G+
				155493 (c/n 305-104) converted to OV-10D.  To AMARC as PA0015 Jun 24, 1993.  Registration
					N54623 reserved Feb 5, 1997 but cancelled Aug 20, 1998.
					Registered N97854 Feb 21, 2008.  To National Vietnam Veterans Museum, Mineral Wells, Texas.
				155494 (c/n 305-105) upgraded to OV-10D.  Delivered late 1993 to Marine Corps Museum, MCAS El Toro, CA.  
					Moved to Miramar, California in 1999.  Presently on display at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA.
				155495 (c/n 305-106) with VAL-4 shot down in Vietnam Jun 7, 1970.  Pilot killed,
					observer rescued.
				155496 (c/n 305-107) to AMARC as 1V0023 May 20, 1992.  Operated by California Department of Forestry as N421DF
				155497 (c/n 305-108) shot down in Vietnam with VAL-4 Sep 29, 1970 
				155498 (c/n 305-109, OV-10D) leased to Colombian National Police by
					US Department of State.  Currently N475AW, registration N86432 reserved Apr 2002.
				155499 (c/n 305-110) converted to OV-10D.  To AMARC as 1V0051 Jun 10, 1993.  Now on 
					display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				155501 (c/n 305-112, OV-10D) registered Oct 17, 1994 to American Warbirds, Inc of
					Gaithersburg, MD as N476AW.  Registration N476AW cancelled by FAA Mar 24, 2009
					as "destroyed"
				155502 (c/n 305-113, OV-10D) registered Oct 17, 1994 to American Warbirds, Inc of
					Gaithersburg, MD as N477AW
				155503 (c/n 305-114) with VAL-4 shot down in Vietnam Dec 20, 1969.  Both crew killed.
155504/155569		McDonnell F-4J-33-MC Phantom
				155504 (c/n 2672) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0219 Apr 28, 1986
				155505 (c/n 2674) to MASDC as 8F0183 Feb 14, 1985
				155506 (c/n 2677) with VMFA-333 crashed on approach to NAS Oceana Jan 2, 1976.  Both crew ejected safely.
				155507 (c/n 2679) with VF-101 w/o Apr 24, 1970
				155508 (c/n 26830 with VMFA-333 w/o in runway accident at MCAS Iwakuni, Japan Nov 4, 1983
				155509 (c/n 2686) with VMFA-333 w/o onboard USS Nimitz Jul 19, 1975.
				155510 (c/n 2689) to RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE358 Dec 13, 1984.  Crashed into
					hillside in Wales Aug 26, 1986 during low-level training
					flight.  Both crew killed.
				155511 (c/n 2692) with VMFA-333 SOC at NAS North Island, California Mar 16, 1981.
				155512 (c/n 2694) with VMFA-333 crashed into Atlantic Ocean off USS Nimitz Jul 8, 1975.
				155513 (c/n 2797) with VF-31 crashed into sea off Cannes, France Jun 14, 1976.
				155514 (c/n 2700) with VF-11 crashed into Atlantic Ocean Apr 7, 1976
				155515 (c/n 2702) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0265 Mar 20, 1987
				155516 (c/n 2705) with VF-103 crashed into sea off Campobasso/Sepino, Italy Oct 23, 1974
				155517 (c/n 2708) upgraded to F-4S.  With VMFA-212 crashed near Cedar Hill/Dallas, Texas Jan 14, 1987
				155518 (c/n 2712) upgraded to F-4S.  SOC Nov 1983
				155519 (c/n 2716) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0209 Dec 12, 1985
				155520 (c/n 2718) with VMFA-333 crashed into Mediterranean Sea off USS Nimitz Jan 19, 1977
				155521 (c/n 2722) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU Aug 1986.  Converted to QF-4S drone.  Expended in missile test Dec 12, 2001.
				155522 (c/n 2725) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0255 Dec 19, 1986
				155523 (c/n 2728) with VMFA-333 w/o Mar 7, 1978.
				155524 (c/n 2731) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU Nov 1991.  Converted to QF-4S drone as 103.  Expended in missile test Nov 24, 2003.
				155525 (c/n 2734) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0226 May 19, 1986
				155526 (c/n 2737) with VMFA-333 shot down MiG-21 Sept 11, 1972. First and only 
					Marine Corps kill of Vietnam War.  155526 was downed by SAM the same day.
				155527 (c/n 2741) upgraded to F-4S.  Sent to storage at NAD Cherry Point, NC Nov 1991, SOC Jan 21, 2003
				155528 (c/n 2744) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0267 Mar 26, 1987
				155529 (c/n 2746) upgraded to F-4S.  To RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE359 Aug 30, 1984.  Now on display 
					in American Air Museum, Duxford, UK painted in insignia of VF-74.
				155530 (c/n 2749) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0203 Aug 19, 1985
				155531 (c/n 2752) upgraded to F-4S.  Crashed near Stephenville/Morgan Hill, Texas after collision with F-4 153874
				155532 (c/n 2755) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0193 May 2, 1985
				155533 (c/n 2758) with VF-102 stalled and crashed near MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Sep 3, 1969.
				155534 (c/n 2761) with VF-11 crashed into Atlantic Ocean during a training flight on June 19, 1976. (Both crew ejected safely)
				155535 (c/n 2764) with VF-102 crashed into sea Dec 19, 1973.
				155536 (c/n 2766) with VF-33 w/o at NAS Oceana, Virginia Apr 9, 1975.
				155537 (c/n 2770) with VF-102 crashed into sea Jan 31, 1969
				155538 (c/n 2774) with VF-102 crashed into Atlantic Ocean off USS Independence after collision with another F-4 Jul 7, 1971
				155539 (c/n 2777) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0222 May 2, 1986
				155540 (c/n 2781) with VF-102 shot down near Vinh, North Vietnam Jul 25, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				155541 (c/n 2784) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0194 May 2, 1985
				155542 (c/n 2786) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0297 Apr 28, 1988
				155543 (c/n 2789) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Yuma, Arizona Apr 1992
				155544 (c/n 2792) upgraded to F-4S.  Converted to QF-4S drone.  Expended in missile test Mar 29, 2004.
				155545 (c/n 2792) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0241 Oct 30, 1986
				155546 (c/n 2798) with VF-33 shot down by SA-2 near Van Tap, North Vietnam Jun 18, 1968.
				155547 (c/n 2801) upgraded to F-4S.  Converted to QF-4S.  Put into storage at NAD Cherry Point, North Carolina
				155548 (c/n 2805) with VF-102 shot down by MiG-21 near Hanh Lam/Vinh, North Vietnam Jun 16, 1968.  RIO was killed.
				155549 (c/n 2808) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Jun 1986
				155550 (c/n 2811) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0286 Jul 17, 1987
				155551 (c/n 2814) with VF-33 shot down by ground fire near Vinh, North Vietnam Jul 24, 1968.
				155552 (c/n 2818) with VMFA-122 crashed into sea Dec 8, 1980
				155553 (c/n 2821) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Jul 10, 1968.  Crashed with VF-33) into Atlantic
					Ocean off USS Independence Dec 1, 1972.
				155554 (c/n 2824) with VF-33) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin due to battle damage Jun 4, 1968.
				155555 (c/n 2827) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0291 Aug 6, 1987
				155556 (c/n 2830) with VF-33 crashed while attempting to land on USS Independence Nov 20, 1979
				155557 (c/n 2833) crashed at Saint Louis Lambert Airport, Missouri on very first flight Mar 8, 1968.  
				155558 (c/n 2836) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0233 Oct 2, 1986
				155559 (c/n 2839) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0277 Jul 9, 1987
				155560 (c/n 2842) converted to F-4S.  Was last tactical Navy Phantom.  To AMARC as 8F0273 May 14, 1987.
				155561 (c/n 2845) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Dec 1991.  Converted to QF-4S drone.
					Expended in missile test Jul 24, 2004
				155562 (c/n 2847) converted to F-4S.  With VMFA-251, crashed on Chocolate Mountain Range, California Sep 2, 1979
				155563 (c/n 2849) stored outside at Valiant Air Command Museum, Florida
				155564 (c/n 2852) with VF-121 crashed into Pacific Ocean Jul 5, 1968
				155565 (c/n 2855) upgraded to F-4S.  QFU Nov 1989.  Converted to QF-4S as 115 at Point Mugu, California.  SOC Feb 21, 2003
				155566 (c/n 2852) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0311 Oct 27, 1988
				155567 (c/n 2860) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0247 Nov 24, 1986
				155568 (c/n 2863) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Yuma, Arizona Apr 1988.
				155569 (VMFAT-101) w/o Jul 31, 1980
155570/155580		McDonnell F-4J-34-MC Phantom
				155570 (c/n 2867) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0223 May 7, 1986
				155571 (c/n 2871) with VF-31 ran out of fuel and crashed near Tulsa, Oklahoma Nov 29, 1968
				155572 (c/n 2874) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Apr 1989.  Converted to QF-4S drone.  
					W/o Nov 21, 2003
				155573 (c/n 2876) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Charry Point, North Carolina Feb 1991.  Converted to QF-4S drone. 
					SOC May 7, 2002
				155574 (c/n 2879) to RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE360 Dec 13, 1984.  WFU Feb 1991.  To trainer at RAF Manston (9059M)
				155575 (c/n 2882) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0309 Oct 27, 1988
				155576 (c/n 2884) with VMFA-212 shot down by small arms fire over South Vietnam May 7, 1972.  Pilot MIA, RIO rescued.
				155577 (c/n 2887) with VF-21 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off Dong Hoi, North Vietnam Jan 5, 1971
				155578 (c/n 2889) with NATC w/o at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland Oct 23, 1975
				155579 (c/n 2892) converted to F-4S.  With VMFAT-101 crashed near MCAS Yuma Aug 1, 1984 following collision 
					with F-4 157269.  Both crew ejected.
				155580 (c/n 2895) upgraded to F-4S.  Converted to QF-4S drone as 101.  SOC Apr 21, 2000.
155581/155721		Grumman A-6A Intruder
				c/n I-307/447
				155673 modified as development aircraft for A-6E later returned to A-6A configuration, but was
					again modified as A-6E.
				155582/155584, 155588, 155597, 155598, 155604, 155619, 155638, 155686, and 155691 converted
					as KA-6D tanker.
				155628/155630 modified as A-6B defense suppression aircraft.
				155647, 155648, 155653, 155660, 155662, 155667, 155670, 155674, 155676, 155689, 155684, 155688
					converted to A-6C night interdiction aircraft.	Most A-6Cs later brought up to A-6E standards.
				155581/155586, 155588/155592, 155595/155600,
					155602, 155604, 155606, 155608, 155610, 155612,
					155615/155617, 155619/155621, 155623/155625,
					155627/155633, 155625/155638, 155642/155646,
					155648, 155649, 155651, 155653/155662, 155664,
					155665, 155667/155670, 155672/155676,  
					155678/155685, 155687/155689, 155692, 155694,
					155695, 155697/155699, 155702/155704,  
					155706/155708, 155710/155719 brought up to
					A-6E standards.
				155581 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0098 May 25, 1994
				155583 converted to A-6E.  To MASDC as 5A0036 Apr 15, 1980.  Returned to service.
				155585 sunk for use as artificial reef
				155586 converted to A-6E.  To MASDC as 5A0033 Mar 28, 1980.  Returned to service.
				155587 (VA-65) shot down by AAA Mu Gia Pass, Khammouan Province, Laos Apr 3, 1969.  Both crew ejected and were
					rescued by 2 USAF HH-3E helicopters.
				155589 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0212 Aug 7, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.
				155590 converted to A-6E.  To MASDC as 5A0040 May 12, 1980.  Returned to service.  Sunk for use as artificial reef
				155591 sunk for use as artificial reef
				155592 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0215 Aug 9, 1996.  SOC Jun 4, 2002.
				155594 (VA-196) shot down by AAA over Haiphong, North Vietnam Dec 19, 1972.  Both crew ejected and became POW.
				155595 on display at Pacific Coast Air Museum, CA.
				155596 seen at NAS China Lake in 2008.
				155597 (KA-6D) to AMARC as 5A0059 Apr 22, 1991
				155600 delivered Jun 1968.  Modifed as A-6E in 1976.  Modified as A-6A TRAM in 1982.
				155602 (A-6E) with VA-85 hit by ground fire during Desert Storm Feb 15, 1991.  Able to make it to Persian Gulf where
					crew ejected and were rescued.
				155604 converted to A-6E.  To MASDC as 5A0039 May 5, 1980.  Returned to service.
				155605 (VA-196) crashed into sea after launch from USS Ranger in Gulf of Tonkin Feb 28, 1970.  Both crew ejected
					and were rescued.
				155606 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0165 Sep 6, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2000.
				155607 (VA-196) shot down by AAA over Ban Tampanko, Savannakhet Province, Laos Nov 22, 1969.  Both crew KIA.
				155608 (A-6E) with VMA(AW)-121 flew into ground during bombing run at Twenty-Nine
					Palms Oct 2, 1983.  Crew killed.
				155610 on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				155611 (VMA-225) shot down by AAA over South Vietnam Sep 21, 1969.  Both crew ejected and were rescued.
				155613 (VA-196) shot down by AAA over Savannakhet Province, Laos Nov 22, 1969.  Only one crewman ejected.  He was
					rescued by HH-53 but other crewman was killed.
				155616 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0175 Oct 30, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2000.
				155618 (VA-196) shot down by AAA over Ban Kapay, Savannakhet Province, Laos Feb 6, 1970.  Both crew ejected and
					were rescued by HH-53.
				155620 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0112 Jul 15, 1994. 
				155621 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0188 Jun 10, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				155622 (VA-75) crashed into sea after launch from USS Saratoga in Gulf of Tonkin Nov 28, 1972.  One crewman ejected
					and was rescued by SH-3 helicopter, but the other one was killed.  During launch, the pilot's horizontal
					display came loose and jamed the stick in the full aft position and aircraft started to roll to starboard and
					crashed into the sea.
				155623 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0207 Jul 22, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				155626 (VA-75) shot down by SAM 10 mi SW of Haiphong, North Vietnam Sep 6, 1972.  Both crew ejected, one became POW
					but the other was KIA.
				155627 on loan from Pensacola Naval Air Museum to NAS Fallon Airpark
				155629 (A-6E) at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI.
				155630 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0176 Oct 30, 1995.  Soc Jul 25 2000.
				155632 (A-6E, VA-36) shot down by AAA of Faylaka Islane 29 mi NE off coast of Kuwait City, Desert Storm Feb 2, 1991.  
					2 crew KIA.
				155635 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0241 Jan 22, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				155636 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0128 Aug 22, 1994.  Tailfin now mounted on outside
					patio wall at Officer's Club NAS Oceana, VA carrying squadron history
					for VA-176
				155642 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0203 Jul 22, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				155643 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0168 Sep 19, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2000.
				155644 (c/n I-370) in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.  Noted in
					compound behind restoration hangar at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002
				155646 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0237 Jan 16, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.
				155647 (A-6C) with VA-145 crashed into sea after launch from USS Ranger in Gulf of Tonkin Jan 8, 1971.
					One crew ejected and was rescued, other did not eject and was killed.
				155648 on display at NAS Atlanta, GA.  Moved to Marietta Aviation Museum.
				155650 (VMA(AW)-224) shot down by AAA near Haiphong, North Vietnam May 29, 1972 and crashed into Gulf of
					Tonkin.  Both pilot and B/n ejected and were rescued
				155651 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0078 Nov 9,1993
				155652 (VMA(AW)-224) shot down by SAM near the DMZ, 10 mi into Savannakhet Province, Laos April 9th 1972.  
					Pilot ejected and was rescued, B/N never ejected and was KIA.
				155653 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0217 Aug 14, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.
				155654 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0146 Jan 18, 1995.  SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				155655 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0109 Jul 13, 1994
				155656 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0153 Feb 15, 1995.  SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				155658 (c/n I-304) Crashed on October 17, 1991 near the Twenty-Nine Palm ranges, California following an inflight
					fire (crew ejected safely).
				155659 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0206 Jul 22, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				155660 (A-6E) with VMA(AW)-242 crashed on MCAS Yuma Range during bombing run Oct 18, 1983.
				155661 at Camp Blanding, FL Museum.  Reported to have been sunk for use as artificial reef, but
					still at the museum June 2006.
				155662 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0204 Jul 22, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				155666 (VMA-533) shot down by AAA near Xuan Noa 15 mi SE of DZong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam
					Dec 27, 1972.  Both crew KIA.
				155667 (VMAT(AW)-202) crashed on Avon Park Range, FL during bombing run Nov 21, 1984.
					Crew ejected.
				155670 sunk for use as artificial reef
				155677 (VA-165) shot down by SAM near Hon Nieu Island off Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam in Gulf
					of Tonkin Dec 13, 1971.  Both crew ejected, but only one was recovered, the other was KIA.
				155680 (A-6E) with VA-42 struck water and crashed during training mission Aug 26, 1983.
					Crew ejected.
				155681 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0123 Jul 29,1994
				155683 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0220 Aug 16, 1996.   SOC Jun 14, 2002
				155684 sunk for use as artificial reef
				155685 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0105 Jul 7, 1994
				155687 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0130 Aug 23, 1994
				155689 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0230 Nov 21, 1996
				155690 (VMA-533) shot down by AAA 5 mi S of Khe Sanh, South Vietnam Jul 7, 1972.  Both crew ejected, but only
					one was captured and became POW.  The other was killed.
				155691 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0057 Dec 27, 1990
				155693 (VA-115) shot down by SAM 20 Mi W of Phu Dien Chau, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Jan 9, 1973.
					Both crew KIA.
				155695 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0209 Jul 31, 1996
				155696 (VMA-242) shot down by AAA over Savannakhet Province, Laos Sep 29, 1969.  Both crew KIA.
				155697 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0163 Aug 22, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2000.
				155698 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0223 Sep 12, 1996
				155699 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0179 Nov 21, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2000.
				155700 (VMA-533) shot down by AAA 15 mi W of Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Oct 11, 1972.
					Both crew KIA.
				155701 (VMA-225) shot down by AAA 8 miles from Da Nang, South Vietnam Nov 15, 1969.  Both crew ejected and were
					rescued.
				155702 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0108 Jul 13, 1994
				155703 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0081 Nov 16, 1993
				155704 (A-6E) shot down by Phalanx fire from IJNS Yugiri June 3, 1996 while pulling target sleeve
					during exercise.
				155705 (VA-115) crashed into parked aircraft after landing on USS Midway in Gulf of Tonkin Oct 29, 1972.
					Pilot survived, but b/n ejected and was killed.  8 aircraft destroyed, 5 men killed, 23 injured.
				155709 (VMA-224) shot down by AAA near Ron, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam May 3, 1972.  Both crew KIA.
				155710 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0124 Jul 29, 1994
				155711 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0077 Dec 17, 1993
				155712 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0141 Dec 8, 1994
				155713 on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, AZ.
				155717 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0125 Aug 2, 1994
				155721 (VA-128) crashed in Oregon desert in Sept 19, 1973.  2 pilots killed.
					Wreckage located in Christmas Valley, OR.  There is a plaque
					at the site.
155722/155730		Grumman TC-4C Academe
				Model G-426 Gulfstream I
				155722 (c/n 176) previously test registration N798G.  First flight Nov 29, 1966.  delivered to US Navy Dec 5, 1966.
					At National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.  Damaged by Hurricane Ivan Sep 15/16, 2004
				155723 (c/n 178) previously test registration N778G.  First flight Mar 21, 1967.  Delivered to US
					Navy Mar 28, 1967.  Crashed at NAS Cherry Point, NC Oct 16, 1975.  9 killed.
				155724 (c/n 180) previously test registration N786G.  First flight May 21, 1967.  Delivered to US
					Navy May 26, 1967. To AMARC as 4G0002 May 24, 1994.  On display
				155725 (c/n 182) previously test registration N762G.  first flight Jul 12, 1967.  Delivered to US
					Navy Jul 17, 1967.  To AMARC as 4G0007 Sep 13, 1995
				155726 (c/n 183) previously test registration N766G.  First flight Aug 11, 1967.  Delivered to US
					Navy Aug 18, 1967.  To AMARC as 4G0006 Sep 13, 1995
				155727 (c/n 184) delivered to US Navy Sep 21, 1967.  Named “City of Sandridge” with VA-42 in April 1979.   
					To AMARC as 4G0004 Sep 13, 1994
				155728 (c/n 185) delivered to US Navy Oct 13, 1967.  To AMARC as 4G0005 Oct 17, 1994
				155729 (c/n 186) delivered to US Navy Nov 6, 1967.  Named “Spirit of Fentress” with VA-42 in April 1979.  
					To AMARC as 4G0001 Apr 26, 1994
				155730 (c/n 187) delivered to US Navy Dec 11, 1967.  To AMARC as 4G0005 Oct 17, 1994
155731/155784		McDonnell F-4J-34-MC Phantom
				155731 (c/n 2898) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0196 Jun 13, 1985
				155732 (c/n 2900) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0257 Dec 23, 1986
				155733 (c/n 2903) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0198 Jul 9, 1985
				155734 (c/n 2906) to AMARC as 8F0110 Jul 8, 1982.  To RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE361 Nov 13, 1984.  WFU Feb 1991.
					To trainer at RAF Honington (9057M)
				155735 (c/n 2908) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F-173 Dec 6, 1984
				155736 (c/n 2911) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0312 Oct 27, 1988.  Range target at Marine Corps 
					Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, California in March 2008.
				155737 (c/n 2813) with VF-121 crashed into sea off California Aug 14, 1972
				155738 (c/n 2915) with VF-92 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin May 20, 1970.
				155739 (c/n 2918) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0323 Nov 23, 1988
				155740 (c/n 2921) upgraded to F-4S.  Converted to QF-4S drone Dec 1991.  SOC May 25, 2000.
				155741 (c/n 2924) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Jul 1994.  SOC Sep 18, 2004.
				155742 (c/n 2926) with VMFA-334 shot down near Vinh Linh, North Vietnam Nov 1, 1968
				155743 (c/n 2929) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0200 Jul 30, 1985
				155744 (c/n 2931) with VMFA-334 shot down near Song Thu/Bon River, Da Nang, South Vietnam Sep 8, 1968.  Wreck later recovered.
				155745 (c/n 2934) w/o sometime between 1984 and 1986 in Japan.  Assigned to VF-151 in 1984 aboard USS Midway.
				155746 (c/n 2936) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0220 Apr 28, 1986
				155747 (c/n 2938) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0177 Dec 26, 1984
				155748 (c/n 2940) to MASDC as 8F0163 Feb 10, 1984
				155749 credited with MiG-17 kill May 10, 1972 with VF-96.  Converted to
					F-4S in 1979.  Converted to QF-4S drone.  Crashed at Point Mugu Air Show 
					Apr 20, 2002.  Both crew ejected, but hit ground before their chutes could
					open and were killed.
				155750 (c/n 2945) with VF-154 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after bad launch from USS Ranger Nov 11, 1970
				155751 (c/n 2848) with VF-21 accidentally shot down by another F-4 off Philippines Nov 21, 1968.
				155752 (c/n 2951) with VF-101 w/o Jul 1, 1972.
				155753 (c/n 2953) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0167 Jun 5, 1984
				155754 (c/n 2956) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0283 Jul 9, 1987
				155755 (c/n 2958) to MASDC as 8F0109 Jul 8, 1982.  To RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE362 Nov 26, 1984.  WFU Jan 1991.  To
					target at Pendine rnge
				155756 (c/n 2960) with VF-96 destroyed during readiness inspection aboard USS Enterprise off Hawaii, an MK-32 Zuni rocket aboard an F-4
					exploded when overheated by an aircraft starting unit, setting off fires and additional explosions
					across the carrier Jan 14, 1969.  27 killed and 15 aircraft were destroyed.
				155757 (c/n 2962) converted to F-4S.  Crashed with VF-161 into Pacific ocean shortly after takeoff from
					USS Midway Apr 2, 1984.  Pilot killed.
				155758 (c/n 2965) with VF-92 destroyed during readiness inspection aboard USS Enterprise off Hawaii, an MK-32 Zuni rocket aboard an F-4
					exploded when overheated by an aircraft starting unit, setting off fires and additional explosions
					across the carrier Jan 14, 1969.  27 killed and 15 aircraft were destroyed.
				155759 (c/n 2968) upgraded to F-4S. Sent to storage at NAD Cherry Point, North Carolina Jul 1990. SOC Jan 21, 2003
				155760 (c/n 2971) with VF-21 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin due to hydraulics failure Feb 17, 1969
				155761 (c/n 2974) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0261 Jeb 26, 1987
				155762 (c/n 2976) with VMFA-334 crashed into sea off Da Nang AB, South Vietnam due to battle damage Feb 7, 1969
				155763 (c/n 2978) with VF-21 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after bad launch from USS Ranger Feb 20, 1969
				155764 (c/n 2980) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Apr 22, 1989.  SOC Jan 21, 2003.  
					Preserved at MAPS Air Museum, Akron-Canton, OH
				155765 (c/n 2983) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0272 May 1, 1987
				155766 (c/n 2986) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0202 Aug 16, 1985
				155767 (c/n 2988) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0229 Aug 28, 1986
				155768 (c/n 2991) with VF-143 shot down by ground fire near Quang Tri, South Vietnam Jan 27, 1973.
				155769 (c/n 2993) converted to F-4S.  With VF-302, crashed while landing at El Paso Airport, Texas Apr 4, 1983
				155770 (c/n 2996) with VMFA-334 shot down near Da Nang, South Vietnam Mar 2, 1969
				155771 (c/n 2996) with VF-96 destroyed on the ground by the crash of F-8E 150879 at NAS Miramar,
					California Dec 22, 1969.
				155772 (c/n 3000) upgraded to F-4S.  SOC Apr 1987.  Salvaged at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii Sep 1999.
				155773 (c/n 3002) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0168 Jun 5, 1984
				155774 (c/n 3005) with VMFA-235 crashed in Imperial Valley/Chocolate Ranges, California Nov 1, 1973.
				155775 (c/n 3008) with VF-21 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off Dong Hoi, North Vietnam Mar 9, 1970
				155776 (c/n 3010) with VF-96 destroyed during readiness inspection aboard USS Enterprise off Hawaii, an MK-32 Zuni rocket aboard an F-4
					exploded when overheated by an aircraft starting unit, setting off fires and additional explosions
					across the carrier Jan 14, 1969.  27 killed and 15 aircraft were destroyed.
				155777 (c/n 3012) with VF-102 crashed in Southeast Asia after collision with F-4 155538 Jan 5, 1971
				155778 (c/n 3014) with VF-142 w/o Nov 14, 1970.
				155779 (c/n 3016) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0210 Dec 12, 1985
				155780 (c/n 3019) with VF-92 crashed into Pacific Ocean off USS Constellation Oct 28, 1972
				155781 (c/n 3022) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0252 Dec 18, 1986
				155782 (c/n 3025) with VMFA-232 crashed while landing Jan 7, 1969
				155783 (c/n 3028) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0248 Dec 10, 1986
				155784 (c/n 3030) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0260 Feb 26, 1987
155785/155843		McDonnell F-4J-35-MC Phantom
				155785 (c/n 3033) with VF-96 w/o Jan 14, 1969
				155786 upgraded to F-4S.  Assigned as fire fighting training aid at MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina
				155787 (c/n 3038) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0285 Jun 9, 1987
				155788 (c/n 3041) with VMFA-334 shot down near Bo Ho Su, South Vietnam May 12, 1969
				155789 (c/n 3044) with VF-92 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off Vinh, North Vietnam due to control failure Jul 25, 1970
				155790 (c/n 3047) with VF-96 ran out of fuel and crashed near NAS Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico Feb 6, 1970
				155791 (c/n 3049) with VF-96 destroyed during readiness inspection aboard USS Enterprise off Hawaii when an MK-32 Zuni rocket aboard an F-4
					exploded when overheated by an aircraft starting unit, setting off fires and additional explosions
					across the carrier Jan 14, 1969.  27 killed and 15 aircraft were destroyed.
				155792 (c/n 3052) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0208 Nov 15, 1985
				155793 (c/n 3055) with VF-96 destroyed during readiness inspection aboard USS Enterprise off Hawaii when an MK-32 Zuni rocket aboard an F-4
					exploded when overheated by an aircraft starting unit, setting off fires and additional explosions
					across the carrier Jan 14, 1969.  27 killed and 15 aircraft were destroyed.
				155794 (c/n 3057) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0305 Aug 23, 1988
				155795 (c/n 3060) with VMFA-232 crashed into sea west of Tokyo, Japan Jun 17, 1970
				155796 (c/n 3063) with VF-96 destroyed during readiness inspection aboard USS Enterprise off Hawaii when an MK-32 Zuni rocket aboard an F-4
					exploded when overheated by an aircraft starting unit, setting off fires and additional explosions
					across the carrier Jan 14, 1969.  27 killed and 15 aircraft were destroyed.
				155797 (c/n 3066) with VF-92 shot down by ground fire near Hai Duong, North Vietnam May 10, 1972
				155798 (c/n 3069) w/o Sep 16, 1971, possibly after crash. 
				155799 (c/n 3071) to MASDC as 8F0186 Mar 28, 1985
				155800 (c/n 3074) flown by Lt. Randy Cunningham and Lt. JG William Driscoll damaged and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin 
					May 10, 1972 after shooting down 3 MiG-17s over North Vietnam, becoming first aces of the Vietnam War.  
					Both crew ejected safely.
				155801 (c/n 3077) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0213 Apr 25, 1986 
				155802 (c/n 3080) with VMFA-232 stalled and crashed in South Vietnam Nov 13, 1969
				155803 (c/n 3082) with VF-103 shot down over North Vietnam Jul 10, 1972 by MiG-17 gunfire.
				155804 (c/n 3085) with VF-96 destroyed during readiness inspection aboard USS Enterprise off Hawaii when an MK-32 Zuni rocket aboard an F-4
					exploded when overheated by an aircraft starting unit, setting off fires and additional explosions
					across the carrier Jan 14, 1969.  27 killed and 15 aircraft were destroyed.
				155805 (c/n 3088) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0302 Aug 22, 1988
				155806 (c/n 3091) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at NAS Norfolk, Virginia Aug 1987
				155807 (c/n 3094) upgraded to F-4S.  Noted preserved at NAS Atsugi, Japan Oct 2002.  Still guarding the gate there Oct 2012.
				155808 (c/n 3096) converted to F-4S.  With VMFA-115, crashed into Atlantic Ocean 16 mi SE of
					MCAS New River, NC Nov 4, 1983.
				155809 (c/n 3099) with VMFA-232 shot down by ground fire near Tam Ky, South Vietnam Jul 25, 1969
				155810 (c/n 3102) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Apr 1989.  Converted to QF-4S
					drone as 102.  W/o Jun 30, 1999, Point Mugu, California
 				155811 (VMFA-232) shot down by MiG-21/Atoll near Muong Lat, Laos Aug 26, 1972.  Both crewmen killed.
				155812 (c/n 3107) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0204 Aug 29, 1985
				155813 (c/n 3110) converted to F-4S.  With VMFAT-101, crashed shortly after takeoff from MCAS Yuma,
					Arizona Dec 11, 1984.  One crew member killed.
				155814 (c/n 3113) with VF-121 crashed near San Diego, California Sep 14, 1970
				155815 (c/n 3116) with VF-121 crashed May 10, 1974
				155816 (VF-101) w/o May 5, 1971
				155817 (c/n 3121) with VMFA-232 crashed near Nam Phong, South Vietnam Aug 20, 1972 due to fuel starvation.  
					Both crewmen ejected safely.
				155818 (c/n 3123) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0240 Oct 30, 1986
				155819 (c/n 3126) with VMFA-212 shot down by ground fire near Phu Cat, South Vietnam Jun 4, 1972 during bomb run.  Both crew killed.
				155820 (c/n 3129) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0197 Jun 13, 1985
				155821 (c/n 3132) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0271 Apr 24, 1987
				155822 (c/n 3135) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0306 Aug 23, 1988
				155823 (c/n 3138) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8f0279 Jul 9, 1987
				155824 (c/n 3141) with VF-74 w/o on USS Forrestal Aug 27, 1978
				155825 (c/n 3143) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0278 Jul 9, 1987
				155826 (c/n 3145) with VF-101 w/o Mar 13, 1972
				155827 (c/n 3147) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0237 Oct 22, 1986
				155828 (c/n 3150) converted to F-4S.   With VMFA-251, crashed into sea off South Carolina Jun 1, 1979
				155829 (c/n 3153) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina.  Converted to QF-4S drone.  SOC Feb 24, 2003
				155830 (c/n 3156) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0262 Mar 16, 1987
				155831 (c/n 3159) with VF-103 w/o on USS Saratoga dec 12, 1968
				155832 (c/n 3162) upgraded to F-4S.  W/o Jun 10, 1980
				155833 (c/n 3164) upgraded to F-4S.  With VMFA-312, crashed near MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina after collisin with F-4
					158374 Sep 23, 1986
				155834 (c/n 3166) upgraded to F-4S. WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Sep 1991.  Converted to QF-4S drone.  
					SOC Feb 24, 2003
				155835 (c/n 3169) to MASDC as 8F0189 Mar 29, 1985
				155836 (c/n 3172) converted to F-4S.  With VF-201, crashed near South Grand Prairie, Texas Apr 30, 1985 after control
					was lost following engine fire.
				155837 (c/n 3175) with VF-3) w/o on USS Saratoga Oct 19, 1969, or crashed into Aegean Sea after collision with F-4 152966.
					Need more details
				155838 (c/n 3178) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0266 Mar 24, 1987
				155839 (c/n 3181) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0250 Dec 12, 1986
				155840 (c/n 3184) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Sep 1984
				155841 (c/n 3186) may have been upgraded to F-4S.  SOC at NAS North Island, California Mar 16, 1983.
				155842 (c/n 3188) VF-103) w/o on USS Saratoga Oct 16, 1970
				155843 (c/n 3190) w/o at NARF Cherry Point, North Carolina May 27, 1975
155844/155866		McDonnell F-4J-36-MC Phantom
				155844 (c/n 3192) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0317 Nov 22, 1988
				155845 (c/n 3196) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Apr 1989.  Converted to QF-4S drone.
					SOC Aug 12, 2004.  Sent to be target on NAS Fallon Range, Nevada
				155846 (c/n 3199) of VF-142 shot down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Dec 28, 1972.  With VF-142, shot down over North
					Vietnam May 3, 1973.
				155847 (c/n 3202) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina.  Converted to QF-4S drone.
					Was the last QF-4S to be converted for the USN under its drone program, this aircraft left MCAS 
					Cherry Point, NC Mar 3, 2003 for NAWS Point Mugu, CA.  SOC Nov 19, 2003.  Wreck spotted on San 
					Nicholas Island, California Oct 2008.
				155848 (c/n 3206) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU in 1986.  To FAAM Yeovilton, UK in 1986.  To Museum of Flight, East Fortune, 
					Scotland in 1999.
				155849 (c/n 3211) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0290 Jul 28, 1987
				155850 (c/n 3216) crashed after compressor stall or flameout Oct 17, 1977 in Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge, Arizona.
					Both crew ejected.  Pilot was killed, not sure about RIO.
				155851 (c/n 3222) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0296 Apr 7, 1988
				155852 (c/n 3228) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0215 Apr 28, 1986
				155853 (c/n 3233) with VF-41 w/o on USS Franklin D Roosevelt Mar 9, 1970.
				155854 (c/n 3239) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0206 Sep 13, 1985
				155855 (c/n 3245) upgraded to F-4S.  SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Apr 22, 1989
				155856 (c/n 3251) with VF-41 crashed on approach to USS Franklin D Roosevelt Jun 10, 1970
				155857 (c/n 3259) with VF-121 crashed into sea after bad launch from USS Enterprise Jul 7, 1972.
				155858 (c/n 3265) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0253 Dec 18, 1986
				155859 (c/n 3272) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0287 Jul 28, 1987
				155860 (c/n 3278) with VF-101 w/o May 25, 1971.
				155861 (c/n 3284) converted to F-4S.  WFU at NAS North Island, California Nov 1989.  
					Front fuselage noted Oct 16 2004 at Estrella Warbirds Museum, Pasa Robles, California 
					on loan from NMNA
				155862 (c/n 3290) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0235 Oct 15, 1986
				155863 (c/n 3295) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0292 Nov 5, 1987
				155864 (c/n 3300) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Nov 1991.  Converted to
					QF-4S drone as 112.  W/o Dec 21, 2000
				155865 (c/n 3306) converted to F-4S. With VF-102, crashed into Indian Ocean Feb 20, 1981
				155866 (c/n 3313) with VF-84 crashed while landing on USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Dec 19, 1984
155867/155874		McDonnell F-4J-37-MC Phantom
				155867 (c/n 3325) w/o with VF-103 Dec 10, 1970.
				155868 (c/n 3338) to RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE363 Nov 3, 1984.  WFU in 1991
				155869 (c/n 3352) upgraded to F-4S.  SOC at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Apr 22, 1989.
					Stored in compound of MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina in Apr 1992.
				155870 (c/n 3365) SOC Mar 21, 1990.
				155871 (c/n 3375) converted to F-4S.  W/o Jan 12, 1981.  To AMARC as 8F0254 Dec 19, 1986
				155872 (c/n 3384) upgraded to F-4S.  QFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina.  SOC Jan 21, 2003, transferred to 
					Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, Nnrth Carolina Aug 2003.
				155873 (c/n 3411) with VF-142 w/o on USS Enterprise Apr 7, 1971
				155874 (c/n 3430) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0281 Jul 9, 1987
155875/155889		McDonnell F-4J-38-MC Phantom
				155875 (c/n 3437) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Mar 28, 1970.  W/o after engine fire
					onboard USS Enterprise Apr 26, 1973
				155876 (c/n 3443) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0280 Jul 9, 1987
				155877 (c/n 3447) upgraded to F-4S.  Converted to QF-4S drone.  SOC Jan 29, 2003.
				155878 (c/n 3452) upgraded to F-4S.  SOC Nov 1991. 
				155879 (c/n 3458) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0288 Jul 28, 1987
				155880 (c/n 3464) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0224 May 7, 1986
				155881 (c/n 3470) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0319 Nov 22, 1988
				155882 (c/n 3476) SOC at NAS North Island, California Nov 29, 1982.
				155883 (c/n 3481) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0293 Nov 5, 1987
				155884 (c/n 3486) with VF-21 crashed into Gulf of Tonkin after bad launch off USS Ranger Feb 27, 1971
				155885 (c/n 3490) upgraded to F-4S.  (VMFAT-101) crashed after touchdown at MCAS Yuma, Arizona Jun 13, 1981.  Crew 
					ejected and suffered minor injuries.
				155886 (c/n 3496) with VF-213 w/o on USS Kitty Hawk Aug 7, 1973
				155887 (c/n 3501) upgraded to F-4S.  WFU at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina Jun 1986
				155888 (c/n 3506) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0301 Aug 22, 1988
				155889 (c/n 3511) with VF-142 crashed near Ban Nampakhon/Ban Xesevang, Laos Nov 22, 1969
155890/155902		McDonnell F-4J-39-MC Phantom
				155890 (c/n 3520) upgraded to F-4S.  Was preserved at MCAS El Toro, California.  Noted Oct 16, 2004 
					at Estrella Warbirds Museum, Pasa Robles, California on loan from NMNA.
				155891 (c/n 3526) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0289 Jul 28, 1987
				155892 (c/n 3531) upgraded to F-4S.  Bailed back to McDonnell Corp as a test rig.  SOC Jun 23, 1979
				155893 (c/n 3537) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0246 Nov 21, 1986
				155894 (c/n 3542) to MASDC as 8F0099 Mar 2, 1983.  To RAF as F-4J(UK) ZE364 Nov 26, 1984.  WFU Mar 8, 1991.
					To dump at Coltishall (9085M), to unknown location
				155895 (c/n 3548) with VF-213 crashed Nov 19, 1974.
				155896 (c/n 3554) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0304 Aug 23, 1988
				155897 (c/n 3559) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0221 Apr 28, 1986
				155898 (c/n 3565) upgraded to F-4S. Sent to storage at NAD Cherry Point, NC Apr 1989.  SOC Jan 21, 2003
				155899 (c/n 3570) 
				155900 (c/n 3576) upgraded to F-4S. Sent to storage at NAD Cherry Point, NC Jul 1991.  SOC Jan 21, 2003
				155901 (c/n 3582) converted to F-4S.  With VMFA-232, crshed into sea off San Clemente Island,
					California Nov 23, 1979
				155902 (c/n 3588) with VF-33 w/o on USS Independence Feb 19, 1976.
155903			McDonnell F-4J-42-MC Phantom
				155903 (c/n 3596) with VF-101 w/o Nov 16, 1970
155904/155916		cancelled contract for McDonnell F-4J Phantom
155917			Lockheed LC-130R Hercules
				C/n 382-4305. Assigned to VX-6 1968 to Dec 31, 1968, code JD-17.  Assigned to VXE-6 Jan 1, 1969 to
					1973, code JD-917.  Crashed at South Pole Station, Antarctica Jan 28, 1973.
155918/156169		Lockheed QT-33A 
				Transferred from USAF
				155922 SOC Jun 7, 1972
				155935 SOC due damage Jul 9, 1971.
				155940 SOC due damage Aug 19, 1971.
				155943 SOC Oct 13, 1972.
				155947 crashed at Homewood Canyon, California.  Date?.  Wreck still there Sep 2007.
				155948 SOC Mar 27, 1973.
				155958 SOC Mar 23, 1973.
				155961 SOC Jun 12, 1973.
				155963 SOC due damage Jun 7, 1972.
				155967 converted to QT-33A
				155977 SOC Jun 25, 1973.
				155986 was ex-USAF 58-0476
				155987 was ex-USAF 58-0477
				155988 was ex-USAF 58-0493. 
				155997 converted to QT-33A. SOC Apr 2, 1974. 
				155998 converted to QT-33A.  SOC Dec 14, 1976
				156000 converted to QT-33A
				156003 converted to QT-33A. SOC Jun 21, 1976.
				156004 converted to QT-33A. SOC Jun 21, 1976.
				156016 converted to QT-33A. SOC Jun 21, 1976.
				156087 to MASDC as TC1251 Feb 1, 1985, ex 3T0208
				156090 to MASDC as TC1251 Feb 1, 1985, ex 3T0211
				156096 to MASDC as TC1258 Feb 1, 1985, ex 3T0217
				156097 to MASDC as TC1259 Feb 1, 1985, ex 3T0218
				156100 to MASDC as TC1262 Feb 1, 1985, ex 3T0221
				156104 to MASDC as TC1264 Feb 1, 1985, ex 3T0225
				156117 to MASDC as TC1273 Feb 1, 1985, ex 3T0238
				156127 to MASDC as TC1283 Feb 1, 1985, ex 3T0248
				156132 to MASDC as TC1285 Feb 1, 1985, ex 3T0253
				156135 to MASDC as TC1288 Feb 1, 1985, ex 3T0256
				156157 on static display at Sheppard AFB, marked as 35255.
				156160 to MASDC as TC1291 Feb 1, 1985, ex 3T0281
				156163 was ex-USAF 55-4380
				156164 was ex-USAF 55-4385
				156165 was ex-USAF 56-1596
				156166 was ex-USAF 56-1652
				156167 was ex-USAF 56-1732
				156168 was ex-USAF 56-1773