US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (156170 to 160006)



Last revised July 9, 2014


156170/156177		Lockheed EC-130Q Hercules
				156170 (C/n 382-4239) to AMARC as 2G0014 Sep 11, 1991.  Seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000 as N15674.  
					Noted in ARM scrapyard November 2002
				156171 (C/n 382-4249) to AMARC as 2G0012 Apr 9, 1991.  From AMARC to ASI/DMI Yard Tucson as N34249.  
					Noted in ARM scrapyard November 2002
				156172 (C/n 382-4269) to AMARC as 2G0010 Jun 6, 1990.  From AMARC to ASI/DMI Yard Tucson as N42699.  
					Noted in ARM scrapyard November 2002
				156173 (C/n 382-4277) to AMARC as 2G0009 May 21, 1990.  From AMARC to ASI/DMI Yard Tucson as N34277.  
					Noted in ARM scrapyard November 2002
				156174 (C/n 382-4278) to AMARC as 2G0017 Oct 30, 1991.  From AMARC to ASI/DMI Yard Tucson as N24278. 
					Noted in ARM scrapyard November 2002
				156175 (C/n 382-4279) to AMARC as 2G0007 Dec 8, 1989.  From AMARC to ASI/DMI Yard Tucson as N14279. 
					Noted in ARM scrapyard November 2002
				156176 (c/n 382-4280) flew into water on takeoff from Wake Island Jul 21, 1977.  All 16 onboard killed (ASN)
				156177 (C/n 382-4281) to AMARC as 2G0008 Jan 11, 1990.  From AMARC to ASI/DMI Yard Tucson.  
					Noted in ARM scrapyard November 2002.  To civil registry as N54281
156178/156417		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7B Corsair II
				contract cancelled.
156418/156477		Vertol CH-46F Sea Knight
				156418 (c/n 2488)
				156419 (c/n 2489) SOC Mar 30, 2012
				156420 (c/n 2490)
				156421 (c/n 2491) to AMARC Oct 29, 2008.  SOC Dec 11, 2008
				156422 (c/n 2492) to AMARC Mar 13, 2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				156423 (c/n 2493) rotor struck superstructur of USS Merrionack and helo crashed
					into Mediterranean Sea Dec 20, 1983
				156424 (c/n 2494, HMM-364) crashed into canal at Hillah, Iraq May 19, 2003
					during resupply mission.  All 4 crew killed, plus one Marine
					drowned while attempting to rescue them.
				156425 (c/n 2495) w/o Sep 23, 1974
				156426 (c/n 2496)
				156427 (c/n 2497) to AMARC Jun 23, 2010.  SOC Dec 2, 2010.  In 2012 was on display at Veteran's Museum, Halls, 
					Tennessee, former Dyersburg AAB.
				156428 (c/n 2498) w/o May 13, 1976
				156429 (c/n 2499) to AMARC May 13, 2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				156430 (c/n 2500)
				156431 (c/n 2501) SOC Mar 29, 2012
				156432 (c/n 2502)
				156433 (c/n 2503)
				156434 (c/n 2504) to AMARC as 1J0045 May 9, 2008.  SOC Dec 11, 2008
				156435 (c/n 2505) to AMARC as 1J0039 Oct 24, 2006.  SOC Nov 29, 2006
				156436 (c/n 2506) destroyed May 10, 1996 at Camp Lejeune in midair
					collision with AH-1W 161022, killing 14, the only survivors being
					the 2 CH-46 pilots.  Both aircraft were assigned to HMM-266.
				156437 (c/n 2507)
				156438 (c/n 2508)
				156439 (c/n 2509) to AMARC Sep 15, 2009.  SOC Nov 12, 2009
				156440 (c/n 2510) with HMM-262 rolled over and caught fire after hard landing at Crow Valley range complex Oct 12, 2012
				156441 (c/n 2511) to AMARC as 1J0040 Oct 24, 2006.  SOC Nov 29, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				156442 (c/n 2512) with HMM-262 rotor strike leading to structural failure at Phitsanulok, Thailand Feb 20, 2013
				156443 (c/n 2513)
				156444 (c/n 2514)
				156445 (c/n 2515) to AMARC Mar 3, 2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				156446 (c/n 2516) SOC Nov 16, 2012
				156447 (c/n 2517)
				156448 (c/n 2518) with HMM-164, crashed somewhere in South Korea Nov 7, 1983.  All
					four occupants killed.
				156449 (c/n 2519) converted to CH-46E, to US State Department as N449WU Dec 12, 2011.
				156450 (c/n 2520) SOC Feb 26, 2009
				156451 (c/n 2521) converted to CH-46E, to civil register as N451WC with US Department of State May 5, 2011
				156452 (c/n 2522)
				156453 (c/n 2523) SOC Dec 18, 2006
				156454 (c/n 2524) to AMARC Dec 12, 2012
				156455 (c/n 2525)
				156456 (c/n 2526)
				156457 (c/n 2527) to AMARC May 6,2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				156458 (c/n 2528)
				156459 (c/n 2529)  (HMM-165) made emergency landing on Lake Qadisiya, Iraq
					Dec 3, 2006 after losing power shortly after takeoff from US base at
					Haditha Dam.  Fearing that helo might roll over and sink,
					14 of the 16 occupants exited just before touchdown.  Four
					of them drowned, but the remainder were rescued by an Air
					Force Special Investigator who swam out to rescue them,
					for which he was awarded the Airman's Medal.  Pilot and
					copilot remained onboard and found helo to have enough
					power that it could be taxied ashore.  AFM 2/2007, 5/2007
				156460 (c/n 2530) SOC Aug 11, 2000.
				156461 (c/n 2531) to AMARC Aug 6, 2012
				156462 (c/n 2532)
				156463 (c/n 2533) w/o Feb 20, 1991
				156464 (c/n 2534) to AMARC Jun 26, 2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				156465 (c/n 2535)
				156466 (c/n 2536) SOC by Sep 1998
				156467 (c/n 2537)
				156468 (c/n 2538)
				156469 (c/n 2539) to AMARC Sep 2, 2010.  SOC Dec 2, 2010
				156470 (c/n 2540) to AMARC Mar 2, 2010.  SOC Apr 5, 2010
				156471 (c/n 2541)
				156472 (c/n 2542)
				156473 (c/n 2543) to AMARC Oct 14, 2009.  SOC Nov 12, 2009
				156474 (c/n 2544)
				156475 (c/n 2545) w/o Jun 24, 1977
				156476 (c/n 2546) converted to HH-46E
				156477 (c/n 2547) to AMARC Dec 1, 2010
156478/156482		Grumman EA-6B Prowler
				c/n P1/P5. 
				156478 to AMARC as 5A0025. on display at Prowler Park at NAS Whidbey Island, WA.
				156479 to NEA-6B.  To AMARC as 5A0027
				156480 SOC Jun 15, 1980 at NAS Patuxent River
				156481 to AMARC as 5A0026.  Put on display at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida in 2010
				156482 SOC Nov 1990
156483/156506		Sikorsky SH-3D Sea King
				156483 (c/n 61-429) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0099 Sep 12, 1995. SOC Jan 8, 2003.  
					On display, don't know where.  
				156484 (c/n 61-430) converted to SH-3H.  On display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL, painted
					as 148990.  In 2011, seen at Pensacola painted as 156484.
				156485 (c/n 61-431) to AMARC as 9H0030 Apr 29, 1992.  To Brazilian Navy as N-3029 in 1996
				156486 (c/n 61-432) at Carson Helicolpters, Perkasie, PA May 2006.  To N92592, N82702
				156487 (c/n 61-433) to AMARC as 9H0026 Apr 23, 1992.  To Argentine Navy as spares in 2002.  Preserved at
					museum Santa Romana in San Luis, Argentina as 2-H-235.
				156488 (c/n 61-434) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0074 Apr 6, 1994
				156489 (c/n 61-435) to AMARC as 9H0062 Jan 31, 1994
				156490 (c/n 61-436) to Brazilian Navy as N-3030 May 1996.
				156491 (c/n 61-437) converted to SH-3H.  w/o Oct 4, 1988.
				156492 (c/n 61-438) to AMARC as 9H0032 Jun 11, 1992.  To Brazilian Navy as N-3031 in 1996.
				156493 (c/n 61-439) to N692CC in 1995
				156494 (c/n 61-440) w/o Dec 31, 1972 when crashed close aboard USS Saratoga (CVA-60).  4 crew recovered.
				156495 (c/n 61-441) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0052 Dec 13, 1993.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				156496 (c/n 61-442) to civil registry as N9260A
				156497 (c/n 61-443)
				156498 (c/n 61-444) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0090 Mar 1, 1995.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				156499 (c/n 61-445) to AMARC as 9H0027 Apr 23, 1992
				156500 (c/n 61-446) to AMARC as 9H0065 Mar 3, 1994
				156501 (c/n 61-447) converted to SH-3H.  to instructional airframe at NAMTRA Jacksonville, FL
				156502 (c/n 61-448) w/o Jun 18, 1971.
				156503 (c/n 61-449) converted to SH-3G. noted painted as '149925' at Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, 
					PA May 17, 2001.  To N9271A
				156504 (c/n 61-450) w/o Feb 12, 1971
				156505 (c/n 61.451) converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0060 Dec 17, 1993.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				156506 (c/n 61.452) converted to SH-3H, then to UH-3H-ET.  SOC Jan 17, 2006
156507/156521		Lockheed P-3C-110-LO Orion
				c/n 285A-5501/5515
				156507 converted to EP-3E Aries II (PR-31) with VQ-1.
				156509 to AMARC Dec 11, 2007
				156510 (c/n 185-5504) on active service at NAS Jacksonville  
				156511 converted to EP-3E Aries II (PR-32) with VQ-1.  This plane
					is the one that collided with PLA Shenyang F-8-II "Finback" fighter ser no 81192
					Apr 1, 2001 and landed at Lingshui Air Base, Hainan Island,
					China.  24 crewmembers held until released on April 11.  The plane
					itself was returned in August 2001 and is now under rebuild by Lockheed Martin.  Has
					now completed the rebuild and will be returned to service. 
				156512 (c/n 185-5506).  on Jan 22, 1971 set long-distance record in its class (turboprop) of 7010 miles
					(11,282 km) nn flight from NAS Atusgi, Japan to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland.  On Jan 27, 1971 set
					world speed record for its class of 501.44 mph.  On Feb 4, 2971, set world altitude record for its
					class of 45,018.2 feet.  On Feb 8, 1971, it then established a world altitude record of 46, 214.5 feet
					as well as four time-to-climb records for its class.  To AMARC as 2P0169 Sep 20, 1995
				156513 (c/n 185-5507) to AMARC as 2P0170 Sep 20, 1995
				156514 converted to EP-3E CILOP/Aries II with VQ-1
				156516 (c/n 185-5510) to AMARC as 2P0216 Feb 11, 2004
				156517 converted to EP-3E Aries II with VQ-1
				156518 (c/n 185-5512) to AMARC as 2P0203 Feb 11, 2004.  To Republic of China Navy in 2010.
				156519 converted to EP-3E CILOP/Aries II with VQ-2.  To AMARC at unknown date
				156520 spotted at Weapons Survivability Laboratory at China Lake, California Mar 2006.
				156521 (c/n 185-5515) on active service with VP-30
156522/156530		Lockheed P-3C-115-LO Orion
				c/n 285A-5516/5524
				156522 (c/n 285A-5516) SOC Jan 18, 2005
				156523 (c/n 185-5517) to AMARC as 2P0223 Jul 20, 2004
				156524 (c/n 185-5518) to AMARC as 2P0177 Sep 11, 1996
				156525 (c/n 185-5519) to AMARC as 2P0191 Oct 23, 2003.  Scrapped at HVF West, Tucson, AZ
				156526 (c/n 185-5520) to AMARC as 2P0172 Sep 29, 1995
				156528 converted to EP-3E CILOP/Aries II with VQ-1
				156529 converted to EP-3E CILOP/Aries II with VQ-2
				156530 (c/n 185-5524) to AMARC as 2P0220 Jun 28, 2004
156531/156546		Lockheed P-3C
				Contract cancelled
156547/156591 	Unknown allocation
156592/156598		Sikorsky UH-34D Seahorse
				C/n 58-1814/1820.  For FMS.  All seem to have ended up with Air America.
				156592 lost Jun 16, 1970
				156593 lost Jun 16, 1970, Laos
				156595 lost Sep 27, 1970, Laos
				156597 lost lost Mar 9, 1970, Laos
				156598 lost Apr 10, 1973, Laos
156599/156603		Lockheed P-3B-105-LO Orion 
				Model 185C for Royal Norwegian AF
				156599 (c/n 185C-5301) to 599 with Royal Norwegian AF in 1969 and named "Fridtjof Nansen".  Later to Spanish AF
				156600 (c/n 185C-5302) to 600 with Royal Norwegian AF in 1969 and named "Roald Amundsen".  Later transferred
					to Spain as P.3-10.
				156601 (c/n 185C-5303) to 601 with Royal Norwegian AF in 1969 and Named "Otto Sverdrup".  Later transferred to
					Spain as P.3-11
				156602 (c/n 185C-5304) to 602 with Royal Norwegian AF in 1969 and named "Gunnar Isachsen".  Later transferred to
					Spain as P.3-12. 
				156603 (c/n 185C-5305) to 603 with Royal Norwegian AF in 1969 and named "Hjalmar Riiser-Larsen".  Later
					reserialled as P-3N 6603
156604/156607		Grumman EA-6B Prowler
				contract cancelled
156608/156653		North American RA-5C Vigilante
				C/n NR316-1/46. 
				156608 on display as gate guard at NAS Memphis, TN.
				156612 on display at NAS Key West, FL.
				156615 to NWC China Lake Nov 16, 1979. To Castle Air Museum, California by July 2011.
				156616 (RVAH-1) hit by SAM over Haiphong, North Vietnam Jun 7, 1972.  Able to fly out over Gulf of Tonkin where
					crew ejected and were rescued by Navy HH-3A helicopters.
				156621 was on display on USS Intrepid, NYC but has gone to Empire State Aerosciences
					Museum, Schenectady, NY.
				156622 to MASDC as 4A0033 Feb 8, 1979
				156624 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				156625 to MASDC as 4A0035 Apr 17, 1979
				156628 to MASDC as 4A0034 Feb 8, 1979.
				156631 to NWC China Lake Nov 16, 1979
				156632 to NWC China Lake Aug 1, 1979.  Now displayed on a pylon at NAS Sanford
					Memorial Park at Orlando-Sanford IAP, FL airport.
				156633 (RVAH-13) shot down by MiG-21/Atoll over Hanoi, North Vietnam Dec 28, 1972.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
					Navigator KIA.
				156634 (RVAH-8) crashed into Gulf of Tonkin during training flight Oct 17, 1971.  Both crew killed.
				156635 (RVAH-6) suffered collapsed main landing gear during night landing on USS Nimitz
					Jan 1979.  Plane offloaded at Rota, Span and SOC.
				156636 to MASDC as 4A0036 Jun 12, 1979
				156638 to NWC China Lake Aug 1, 1979.  Now seen on display at NAS Fallon Airpark.
				156639 to NWC China Lake Jun 15, 1979
				156640 to NWC China Lake Jun 15, 1979
				156641 to NWC China Lake Nov 16, 1979.  In Mar 2005 was being
					restored and repainted at NAS North Island, CA.  Put on display
					at USS Midway museum July 19, 2005.
				156642 to NWC China Lake Aug 3, 1979.
				156643 on display at NAS Patuxent River, MD.  
				156644/156653 cancelled
156654/156677		Sikorsky CH-53D Sea Stallion
				c/n 65-158/181 according to Helis.com.  Scramble has 65-176/199, but two missing c/ns in 156951/156970.
				156654 (c/n 65-158) to AMARC as 2J067 Jun 21, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				156655 (c/n 65-159) to AMARC as 2J079 Nov 5, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				156656 (c/n 65-160) to AMARC as 2J061 Mar 31, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				156657 (c/n 65-161) 
				156658 (c/n 65-162) shot down by SAM near Quang Tri City, SVN Jul 11, 1972.  Pilot and
					copilot survived, but enlisted crew members KIA.
				156659 (c/n 65-163) 
				156660 (c/n 65-164) (USMC- 1st Marine Air Wing), 12 Sept. 1970 damaged by ground fire on troop 
					insertation location YC5000. 
				156661 (c/n 65-165) (USMC - 1st Marine Air Wing, [call sign Gnat One]), Sep 12, 1970 damaged by ground fire on 
					troop insertation location YC5000 Sep 13, 1970, Operating from Marble Mt. AF. Was hit by suspected 
					enemy small arms fire and burned while landing (classified ) for a troop extraction. Crew recovered safely.
				156662 (c/n 65-166) 
				156663 (c/n 65-167) (USMC - 1st Marine Air Wing), Sep 12, 1970 damaged by ground fire on troop insertation 
					location YC5000. To AMARC as 2J064 May 17, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				156664 (c/n 65-168)
				156665 (c/n 65-169) (USMC - 1st Marine Air Wing) Sep 12, 1970 damaged by ground fire on troop insertion location YC5000. 
				156666 (c/n 65-170) to AMARC as 2J077 Sep 22, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				156667 (c/n 65-171) (HMH-463) crashed 5.5 mi NE of Hue, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Feb 18, 1971.  All 9 onboard killed.
				156668 (c/n 65.172) to AMARC as 2J068 Jun 21, 1993.  To Heavy Lift Helicopters
					of California as N53HL
				156669 (c/n 65-173) to AMARC as 2J078 Sep 23, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				156670 (c/n 69-174) (HMH-463) crashed on test flight south of Da Nang, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Oct 26, 1970.
					Pilot and copilot survived, but crew chief was killed when he went back into the helicopter to rescue
					the pilot.
				156671 (c/n 65-175) to AMARC as 2J069 Jun 21, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				156672 (c/n 65-176) to AMARC as 2J070 Jun 21, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				156673 (c/n 65-177) to AMARC as 2J062 Mar 31, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				156674 (c/n 65.178) to AMARC as 2J063 May 17, 1993.  To Heavy Lift Helicopters
					of California as N68HL.
				156675 (c/n 65-179)
				156676 (c/n 65-180) to AMARC as 2J065 May 17, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				156677 (c/n 65-181) to AMARC Sep 4, 2012
156678/156685		Cessna O-1G
				Transferred from Army to US Marine Corps.  Assigned to H&MS-16 at Marble Mountain, 
					Vietnam Aug 1967.  Replaced by OV-10s in June/July 1968.
				156680 (c/n 22667) ex US Army 51-12345
				156684 to South Korean Marines Mar 1, 1970
156686/156733		North American T-2C Buckeye
				c/n 318-1/48
				156686 (c/n 318-1) to AMARC as 2T0248 Aug 20, 2003. SOC Dec 5, 2003
				156689 (c/n 318-4) to AMARC as 2T0211 Oct 29, 1992
				156691 (c/n 318-6) to AMARC as 2T0252 Oct 16, 2003
				156693 (VT-19) crashed Oct 10, 1996.
				156694 (CTW-1) crashed at Macon, MS Apr 13, 1989 after colliding
					with T-2C 159724.  Two crew killed, two ejected.
				156695 (c/n 318-10) with VT-23 crashed when it ran out of fuel on approach to Scott AFB, Illinois May 15, 1989.
					Both crew ejected safely.
				156696 (VT-26) crashed shortly after takeoff from NAS Chase Field Nov 14, 1984.
				156697 (c/n 318-12) WFU at Pensacola and SOC Apr 3, 2003.  Restored and put
					on display at USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA Sep 28, 2004.  On loan
					from National Museum of Naval Aviation.
				156698 (VT-7) crashed at NAS Meridian, MS 8/8/1989.  Crew
					ejected safely.
				156700 (c/n 318-15) to AMARC as 2T0238 Apr 17, 2003.  SOC Jul 8, 2003
				156702 SOC Jan 28, 2003 and noted Sep 2003 at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL 
				156703 (VT-23) collided with another T-2C Feb 19, 1994.
				156704 (c/n 318-19) to AMARC as 2T0274 Apr 14, 2004
				156705 (c/n 318-20) to AMARC as 250280 May 13, 2004
				156707 crashed 11/25/1992.
				156709 (c/n 318-24) to AMARC as 2T0243 Jun 18, 2003
				156710 (c/n 318-25) to AMARC as 2T0244 Jul 18, 2003.
					WFU at Pensacola and SOC Dec 5, 2003
				156712 (c/n 318-27) to AMARC as 2T0234.  SOC Mar 13, 2003
				156713 (c/n 318-28) to AMARC as 2T0241 May 28, 2003.  SOC Jul 8, 2003
				156714 (c/n 318-29) to AMARC as 2T0205 Sep 1, 1992
				156715 (c/n 318-30) to AMARC as 2T0278 May 11, 2004.
				156716 (c/n 318-31) to AMARC as 2T0213 Dec 22, 1992
				156717 to AMARC as 2T0200 Aug 17, 1992
				156719 (c/n 318-34) to AMARC as 2T0283 Jun 9, 2004
				156721 (c/n 318-36) to AMARC as 2T0199 Jun 23, 1992
				156722 (c/n 318-37) to AMARC as 2T0206 Sep 1, 1992
				156726 (c/n 318-41) to AMARC as 2T0281 Jun 1, 2004
				156727 to AMARC as 2T0218 Apr 27, 1993
				156728 to AMARC as 2T0220 Apr 28, 1993
				156729 SOC May 31, 2000
				156730 (c/n 318-45) SOC Dec 20, 2002.  Noted Sep 2006 at Empire State
					Aerosciences Museum, Schenectady County AP, NY
				156733 (c/n 318-48) to AMARC as 2T0279 May 13, 2004
156734/156740		Ling Temco Vought A-7C-1-CV Corsair II
				Apparently, all A-7C's were allocated cn's in the 'E-xxx' block, the reason being that LTV could not get the TF-41 
					engines planned for the A-7E, so they put in TF-30 engines and the Navy designated them A-7C.  Many would 
					eventually receive the TF-41, even the TA-7C's.  E-001 was therefore allocated to A-7C 156734 (not C-001), 
					and the 'E-xxx' series continued sequentially after that, with the first A-7E (156801) being E-068 (not E-001).
				156734 (c/n E.001)
				156735 (c/n E.002) SOC Jul 17, 1969
				156736 (c/n E.003, NATC) w/o Jul 2, 1975. 
				156737 (c/n E.004) converted to TA-7C.  With VA-174, crashed during bombing run Nov 10, 1983.
				156738 (c/n E.005) converted to TA-7C.  To Thunderbird Aviation at Deer Valley airport in Phoenix
					as N165TB.  To AMARC as 6A0421 Oct 17, 1996.  Transferred to Greek AF in 2000
					The FAA state that registration N165TB, apparently reserved for this aircraft, 
					has been un-reserved (declared not taken up) June 12, 2003.  Noted in service with Greek AF Sep 2005, and
					still there May 2009 at Araxos. Greece
				156739 (c/n E.006)  Noted Oct 2004 at Estrella Warbirds Museum, Pasa Robles, CA on loan from NMNA.
				156740 (c/n E.007) converted to TA-7C.  With VA-122 w/o Sep 21, 1983.
156741/156761		Ling Temco Vought A-7C-2-CV Corsair II
				Apparently, all A-7C's were allocated cn's in the 'E-xxx' block, the reason being that LTV could not get the TF-41 
					engines planned for the A-7E, so they put in TF-30 engines and the Navy designated them A-7C.  Many would 
					eventually receive the TF-41, even the TA-7C's.  
				156741 (c/n E.008) converted to TA-7C, then to EA-7L.  To AMARC as 6A0404 Sep 25, 1991
				156742 (c/n E.009) SOC Sep 23, 1970.
				156743 (c/n E.010) converted to TA-7C, then to EA-7L.  Crashed into the hills above Santa Barbara, CA
				156744 (c/n E.011) converted to TA-7C.  (NWC) wheels up landing at China Lake, CA Jan 29, 1971.
				156745 (c/n E.012) converted to TA-7C, then to EA-7L.  To AMARC as 6A0405 Sep 25, 1991
				156746 (c/n E.013) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0357 May 22, 1990.
					To Royal Thai Navy Jul 1995
				156747 (c/n E.014) converted to TA-7C.  To Greek AF
				156748 (c/n E.015) converted to TA-7C.  Crashed while simulating close air support at
					Ft. Irvin Nov 21, 1979.  Both crew killed.
				156749 (c/n E.016, VA-122) w/o Jun 19, 1972)
				156750 (c/n E.017) converted to TA-7C.  To Greek AF
				156751 (c/n E.018) converted to TA-7C.  Was at Kenosha Military Museum, but this museum closed in 2006.  Owners
					moved to Russell, IL and built a new museum and renamed it Russell Military Museum.  On display
					outside museum.
				156752 (c/n E.019) to NA-7E.  Nose is in garden nursery in Santa Clara, CA
				156753 (c/n E.020) converted to TA-7C.  To Greek AF
				156754 (c/n E.021) to NA-7E.  SOC Oct 21, 1986.
				156755 (c/n E.022, VA-82) w/O Dec 2, 1974
				156756 (c/n E.023, VA-174) w/o Jun 30, 1975.
				156757 (c/n E.024) converted to TA-7C, then to EA-7L. To AMARC as 6A0399 Aug 22, 1991
				156758 (c/n E.025, VA-122) damaged Aug 13, 1970
				156759 (c/n E.026, VA-174) w/o Jul 25, 1974.
				156760 (c/n E.027, VA-86) w/o Jul 26, 1973.
				156761 (c/n E.028) converted to TA-7C, then to EA-7L. To AMARC as 6A0418 Nov 17, 1994
156762/156800		Ling Temco Vought A-7C-3-CV Corsair II
				Apparently, all A-7C's were allocated cn's in the 'E-xxx' block, the reason being that LTV could not get the TF-41 
					engines planned for the A-7E, so they put in TF-30 engines and the Navy designated them A-7C.  Many would 
					eventually receive the TF-41, even the TA-7C's.  
				156762 (c/n E.029, VA-86) shot down by AAA 25 mi N of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Oct 29, 1972.  Pilot ejected
					and became POW.  Died in captivity.
				156763 (c/n E.030)
				156764 (c/n E.031, VA-86) lost on landing due to brake failure after test flight Nov 9, 1972.  Pilot 
					was recovered.
				156765 (c/n E.032) converted to TA-7C.  Was at Pacific Coast Division of the United States Aviation 
					Museum, Inyokern, CA until the museum closed.  Navy reclaimed the plane, not sure where it is now.
				156766 (c/n E.033) converted to TA-7C. To AMARC as 6A0162 May 6, 1986.
				156767 (c/n E.034) converted to TA-7C.  To Greek AF
				156768 (c/n E.035) converted to TA-7C.  To Greek AF
				156769 (c/n E.036, VA-122) w/o Dec 7, 1970
				156770 (c/n E.037) converted to TA-7C.  W/o with VA-174 Jan 13, 1983.
				156771 (c/n E.038, VA-86) damaged by own bomb blast 15 mi Ne of Da Nang, South Vietnam while flying in formation
					with USAF F-4D 66-8772 and Navy A-7C 156792.  156771 lost fuel rapidly and pilot forced to eject
					and was rescued by USAF helicopter
				156772 (c/n E.039)
				156773 (c/n E.040) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0331 Apr 2, 1990.  To Thai Navy for spares use 1995/1996.
					Remains noted on dump at U-Tapao Jun 4, 2006.
				156774 (c/n E.041) converted to TA-7C.  To Greek AF
				156775 (c/n E.042, VA-86) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Oct 27, 1972.  Pilot KIA.  His
					remains were returned to USA in 1989.
				156776 (c/n E.043) to AMARC as 6A0162 May 6, 1986
				156777 (c/n E.044) converted to TA-7C.  W/o Aug 4, 1981.
				156778 (c/n E.045, VA-122) w/o Jun 15, 1970
				156779 (c/n E.046) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0327 Mar 28, 1990.   To Royal Thai Navy Jul 1995.
				156780 (c/n E.047, VA-122) w/o Jun 7, 1972.
				156781 (c/n E.048, VA-82) veered off runway while making landing at Da Nang, South Vietnam Sep 17, 1972.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was badly damaged.  SOC Jun 15, 1978.
				156782 (c/n E.049) converted to TA-7C.  Was on display at Old Olathe Naval Air Museum, Olathe, KS, which is now closed.
					Moved to New Century Air Center, Olathe Airport, KS, where it is on display outside.
				156783 (c/n E.050, VA-82) shot down by SAM over Haiphong Dec 19, 1972.  Pilot POW.
				156784 (c/n E.051) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0376 Aug 8, 1990.  Transferred to Greek AF.
					(Greek AF 116 Pteriga Makhis) Crashed near Araxos AB Oct 9, 2003 after control 
					lost during training mission. Both crew ejected safely.
				156785 (c/n E.052) stored at NAWS China Lake
				156786 (c/n E.053) converted to TA-7C, then to EA-7L.  To MASDC as 6A0037 Apr 17, 1975.  Dumped at sea
				156787 (c/n E.054), converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0416 Oct 28, 1994.  Transferred to Greek AF
				156788 (c/n E.055) converted to TA-7C. To AMARC as 6A0361.  To Royal Thai Navy 
				156789 (c/n E.056) converted to TA-7C.  On display outside Heritage Part, NAS Jacksonville, FL
				156790 (c/n E.057) converted to TA-7C.  To AMARC as 6A0410 Feb 3, 1992.  To Greek AF
				156791 (c/n E.058) converted to TA-7C, later to EA-7L.  To AMARC as 6A0419 Nov 17, 1994
				156792 (c/n E.059, VA-86) damaged by bomb blast 15 mi NE of Da Nang, South Vietnam Jul 17, 1972 while flying
					in formation with USAF F-4D 66-8772 and Navy A-7C 156771.  156792 caught fire and pilot
					ejected and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				156793 (c/n E.060) converted to TA-7C.  With VA-122 W/o Aug 17, 1983
				156794 (c/n E.061) converted to TA-7C.  To MASDC as 6A0036 Apr 17, 1975.  Returned to service
				156795 (c/n E.062) converted to TA-7C, c/n C-062.  To AMARC as 6A0336 Apr 3, 1990.  Transferred to Greek AF.
				156796 (c/n E.063, VA-174) w/o Jun 24, 1970.
				156797 (c/n E.064) at US Naval Museum of Armament and Technology, NAWS Chinal Lake, CA Jan 2007
				156798 (c/n E.065, VA-82) shot down by SAM over Hanoi Sep 10, 1972.  Pilot MIA.
				156799 (c/n E.066) SOC Jun 15, 1978.
				156800 (c/n E.067) converted to TA-7C.  Tto MASDC as 6A0038 May 28, 1975.  Back to
					service.  To AMARC as 6A0415.  Later to Greek AF.  Crashed near Araxos with 336 Mira after engine 
					failure Dec 9, 1999.  Both crew ejected safely.
156801/156840		Ling Temco Vought A-7E-4-CV Corsair II
				Apparently, all A-7C's were allocated cn's in the 'E-xxx' block, the reason being that LTV could not get the TF-41 
					engines planned for the A-7E, so they put in TF-30 engines and the Navy designated them A-7C.  Many would 
					eventually receive the TF-41, even the TA-7C's.   E-001 was therefore allocated to A-7C 156734 (not C-001), 
					and the 'E-xxx' series continued sequentially after that, with the first A-7E (156801) being E-068 (not E-001).
				156801 (c/n E-068) converted to YA-7H.
				156802 (c/n E-069) dumped at sea
				156803 (c/n E-070, VA-147) w/o May 31, 1982.
				156804 (c/n E-071) flew 36 combat missions during Desert Storm.  Now on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation,
					Pensacola, FL.
				156805 (c/n E-072) to AMARC as 6A0264 Apr 29, 1988.  To Greek AF
				156806 (c/n E-073) to AMARC as 6A0252 Mar 7, 1988
				156807 (c/n E-074) to AMARC as 6A0218 Feb 10, 1987
				156808 (c/n E-075) to AMARC as 6A0279 Jul 8, 1988
				156809 (c/n E-076, VA-22) w/o May 28, 1973.
				156810 (c/n E-077) to AMARC as 6A0245 Jan 28, 1988
				156811 (c/n E-078) to AMARC as 6A0223 Apr 1, 1987
				156812 (c/n E-079) to AMARC as 6A0213
				156813 (c/n E-080) to AMARC as 6A0178 Jun 27, 1986
				156814 (c;n E-081) to AMARC as 6A0168
				156815 (c/n E-082) to AMARC as 6A0179 Jun 10, 1986
				156816 (c/n E-083)
				156817 (c/n E-084) to AMARC as 6A0187 Jul 31, 1986
				156818 (c/n E-085) to AMARC as 6A0164 May 23, 1986
				156819 (c/n E-086) to AMARC as 6A0221 Mar 5, 1987
				156820 (c/n E-087) with VA-81 crashed near NAS Fallon, NV Feb 7, 1985.
				156821 (c/n E-088) to AMARC as 6A0209 Dec 19, 1986
				156822 (c/n E-089) to AMARC as 6A0324 Mar 22, 1990
				156823 (c/n E-090) to AMARC as 6A0208 Sep 26, 1986
				156824 (c/n E-091)
				156825 (c/n E-092) w/o May 12, 1974. 
				156826 (c/n E-093) SOC Jun 29, 1971.
				156827 (c/n E-094) to Greek AF
				156828 (c/n E-095) to AMARC as 6A0180 Jul 10, 1986
				156829 (c/n E-096) to AMARC as 6A0280 Jul 8, 1988
				156830 (c/n E-097) to AMARC as 6A0237 Sep 2, 1987
				156831 (c/n E-098) to AMARC as 6A0192 Aug 21, 1986
				156832 (c/n E-099) to AMARC as 6A0220 Feb 25, 1987
				156833 (c/n E-100) to AMARC as 6A0259 Apr 22, 1998.  To Greek AF
				156834 (c/n E-101) to AMARC as 6A0263 Apr 29, 1988
				156835 (c/n E-102) to AMARC as 6A0270 May 26, 1988
				156836 (c/n E-103) to AMARC as 6A0337 Apr 12, 1990
				156837 (c/n E-104) lost due to unknown cause with VA-147 on traning flight over Gulf of Tonkin Jan 29, 1973.
					Pilot missing.
				156838 (c/n E-105) crashed short of runway at NAS Fallown, NV Aug 20, 1985.  Pilot ejected.
				156840 (c/n E-107) to AMARC as 6A0276 Jun 21, 1988
156841/156890		Ling Temco Vought A-7E-5-CV Corsair II
				156841 (c/n E-108, VA-122) rolled overboard from USS Lexington Apr 4, 1984 following brake failure.
				156842 (c/n E-109, VA-46) w/o Apr 18, 1982
				156843 (c/n E-110, VA-97) w/o Sep 30, 1971.
				156844 (c/n E-111, VA-12) rolled off deck of USS Eisenhower into sea off Norway Sep 5, 1981.
				156845 (c/n E-112) to AMARC as 6A0278 Jun 27, 1988
				156846 (c/n E-113, VA-22) w/o Sep 2, 1973
				156847 (c/n E-114) to AMARC as 6A0214 Jan 14, 1987
				156848 (c/n E-115, VA-22) crashed at sea while operating from USS Enterprise Nov 23, 1984.
				156849 (c/n E-116, VA-146) suffered engine failure during strike Jan 22, 1972.  Pilot ejected over Gulf of Tonkin
					and was rescued
				156850 (c/n E-117, VA-122) w/o Feb 10, 1972.
				156851 (c/n E-118) to AMARC as 6A0282.  To Greek AF.  On dump at Tanagra, Greece by 2005.
				156852 (c/n E-119) to AMARC as 6A0346 Apr 19, 1990
				156853 (c/n E-120, VA-122) w/o Oct 14, 1971
				156854 (c/n E-121, VA-122) SOC Mar 17, 1971.
				156855 (c/n E-122, VA-12) w/o Mar 4, 1982
				156856 (c/n E-123) to AMARC as 6A0248 Feb 4, 1988
				156857 (c/n E-124) to AMARC as 6A0366 Jun 26, 1990.  Reported Spring 2004 at Old Olathe 
					Naval Air Museum, KS painted as '158857'; on loan from NMNA.  This museum in now closed.  Moved
					to New Century Air Center, Olathe Airport, KS.
				156858 (c/n E-125) to AMARC as 6A0257 Mar 28, 1988
				156859 (c/n E-126, VA-192) W/o Jan 16, 1978.
				156860 (c/n E-127, VA-94) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Apr 16, 1972.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				156861 (c/n E-128) to AMARC as 6A0266 May 2, 1988
				156862 (c/n E-129) to AMARC as 6A0196 Sep 3, 1986
				156863 (c/n E-130) to AMARC as 6A0199
				156864 (c/n E-131, VA-25) damaged Aug 13, 1970.
				156865 (c/n E-132, VA-195) w/o Jun 18, 1970.
				156866 (c/n E-133, VA-97) crashed into sea after launch from USS Enterprise in Gulf of Tonkin Oct 12, 1971.
				156867 (c/n E-134, VA-25) w/o May 28, 1973
				156868 (c/n E-135, VA-12) w/o Oct 1, 1981.
				156869 (c/n E-136) to AMARC as 6A0166
				156870 (c/n E-137, VA-22) crashed into water due to disorientation while attempting to land on USS Coral Sea at night in
					Gulf of Tonkin Feb 4, 1972.  Pilot killed.
				156871 (c/n E-138, VA-22) w/o Nov 17, 1971.
				156872 (c/n E-139) to AMARC as 6A0277 Jun 24, 1988
				156873 (c/n E-140, VA-94) SOC Apr 18, 1971
				156874 (c/n E-141) to AMARC as 6A0408 Feb 3, 1992
				156875 (c/n E-142, VA-22) w/o Apr 13, 1975
				156876 (c/n E-143) to AMARC as 6A0273 Jun 13, 1988
				156877 (c/n E-144, VA-94) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam May 24, 1972.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				156878 (c/n E-145)
				156879 (c/n E-146, VA-22) shot down by SAM 15 mi NW of Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Mar 6, 1972.
					Pilot ejected and was observed to land safely.  It is believed that he was captured immediately
					and killed.
				156880 (c/n E-147, VA-94) lost in accident Jan 18, 1972.  Pilot rescued.
				156881 (c/n E-148, VA-122) crashed into Inyo mountians, E of Lone Pine, CA Feb 12, 1975. Pilot killed.
				156882 (c/n E-149) to MASDC as 6A0119 Feb 5, 1980, returned to service.
					Back to AMARC as 6A0246 Jan 28, 1988
				156883 (c/n E-150) dumped at sea
				156884 (c/n E-151) to AMARC as 6A0284 Jul 29, 1988
				156885 (c/n E-152) to AMARC as 6A0207 Sep 26, 1986
				156886 (c/n E-153) to AMARC as 6A0215 Jan 15, 1987
				156887 (c/n E-154) to AMARC as 6A0210 Dec 24, 1986
				156888 (c/n E-155, VA-94) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam May 1, 1972.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				156889 (c/n E-156) to AMARC as 6A0170 Jun 12, 1986
				156890 (c/n E-157) to AMARC as 6A0222 Mar 17, 1987
156891/156950		Douglas TA-4J Skyhawk
				C/n 13984/14043.
				156891 to AMARC as 3A0689 Sep 22, 1992.  Forward section at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				156892 to MASDC as 3A0514 Dec 14, 1976, returned to service.  Crashed Dec 16, 1983.
				156894 to AMARC as 3A0819 Sep 1, 1994
				156897 to AMARC as 3A0636 Jan 28, 1992
				156899 to AMARC as 3A0797 Jul 15, 1994
				156900 to AMARC as 3A0808 Aug 4, 1994
				156901 (c/n 13994) to AMARC as 3A0850 Sept 8, 1999.  SOC Mar 15, 2000.
				156902 (VT-22) crashed into Gulf of Mexico Jun 13, 1984 while attempting to
					land on USS Lexington.
				156904 in 2010 was on display outside Independent School District, Kingsville, TX.  The Kingsville HS disbanded
					their aviation training department, and the plane belongs to the National Museum of Naval Aviation.  It
					will probably go to some other museum. 
				156905 to to MASDC as 3A0509 Oct 4, 1976, returned to service.  Back to
					AMARC as 3A0817 Aug 25, 1994
				156908 to AMARC as 3A0801 Jul 28, 1994
				156909 to AMARC as 3A0618 Oct 23, 1991
				156911 to AMARC as 3A0606 Aug 26, 1991
				156912 to AMARC as 3A0830 sEP 15, 1994.
				156914 (c/n 14007) to AMARC as 3A0847 Sept 1, 1999.  SOC Mar 15, 2000.
				156912 to AMARC as 3A0830 Sep 15, 1994
				156917 to MASDC as 3A0512 Nov 6, 1976, returned to service.  Back to
						AMARC as 3A0840 Aug 20, 1996
				156920 to AMARC as 3A0675 Aug 20, 1992
				156921 to AMARC as 3A0669 Jul 30, 1992
				156922 to AMARC as 3A0687 Sep 22, 1992
				156923 to AMARC as 3A0862 Sep 15, 1999.  SOC Sep 16, 2003
				156924 to AMARC as 3A0670 Jul 30, 1992
				156926 to AMARC as 3A0825 Sep 8, 1994
				156927 to to MASDC as 3A0517 Jan 7, 1977, returned to service.  Back to
					AMARC as 3A0696 Apr 29, 1993
				156928 to AMARC as 3A0659 Jul 1, 1992
				156929 to MASDC as 3A0516 Dec 16, 1976
				156932 to AMARC as 3A0843 Oct 7, 1996
				156933 to AMARC as 3A0816 Aug 24, 1994
				156934 to AMARC as 3A0617 Oct 16, 1991
				156935 seen on Eglin Range Jan 2012.
				156936 to AMARC as 3A0836 Jul 1, 1996
				156937 to AMARC as 3A0666 Jul 28, 1992
				156939 to AMARC as 3A0701 May 27, 1993
				156940 to AMARC as 3A0604 Aug 22, 1991. To NAS Fallon as range target.
				156941 (c/n 14034) to AMARC as 3A0863 Sept 15, 1999.  SOC Mar 15, 2000
				156942 to AMARC as 3A0622 Nov 21, 1991
				156943 to AMARC as 3A0827 Sep 9, 1994
				156944 (c/n 14037) to AMARC as 3A0833 Nov 13, 1995.  Deployed as range target at NAS Fallon Nov 2012.
				156945 to MASDC as 3A0522 Dec 6, 1977.  Returned to service.
				156946 (VT-21) crashed at El Paso Sep 16, 1984.
				156947 to AMARC as 3A0621 Nov 21, 1991
156951/156970		Sikorsky CH-53D Sea Stallion
				c/n 65-182/183, 200/217 according to Helis.com.  Other have 65-198/217.  Scramble starts these at 165953 with 65-200, 
					with 156951/2 as 65-223/4 going to Austria, but both 156951 and 156952 have been seen in US service.
				156951 (c/n 65-182)
				156952 (c/n 65-183)
				156953 (c/n 65-200)
				156954 (c/n 65-201)
				156955 (c/n 65-202).  To AMARC Jun 29, 2012
				156956 (c/n 65-203)
				156957 (c/n 65-204)
				156958 (c/n 65-205)
				156959 (c/n 65-206).  To AMARC as 2J0114 Apr 29, 2004 and returned to service in 2010.  Back to AMARC Sep 20, 2012
				156960 (c/n 65-207).  To AMARC as 2J0087 Dec 8, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				156961 (c/n 65-208).  SOC Oct 10, 2012.  Purchased by Israel Air and Space Force for use as spares and noted in 
					storage at Tel Nof Air Base.
				156962 (c/n 65-209)
				156963 (c/n 65-210).  To AMARC Aug 10, 2012
				156964 (c/n 65-211)
				156965 (c/n 65-212)
				156966 (c/n 65-213)
				156967 (c/n 65-214) SOC Mar 19, 2012
				156968 (c/n 65-215) to AMARC Dec 18, 2012
				156969 (c/n 65-216)
				156970 (c/n 65-217) (HMH-361) crashed into mountain on Okinawa Jul 12, 1985.  Four occupants killed.
156971/156978		Grumman F-111B
				cancelled contract
156979/156993		Grumman EA-6A Intruder
				c/n I-448/462
				156979 (c/n I-448) with VMCJ-1 shot down by AAA over Ha Tinh Province, North Vietnam Apr 12, 1972.  Both crew KIA.
				156980 (c/n I-449) with VMCJ-1 lost in night accident off USS Midway Oct 22, 1973.  Both crew killed.
				156981 (c/n I-450) with VMCH-2, later VAQ-309
				156982 (c/n I-451) with VMCJ-2 suffered bleed air failure and fire over South China Sea Dec 19, 1972.  Both 
					crew ejected and were rescued.  Was last US fixed wing aircraft lost during Vietnam War
				156983 (c/n I-452) retired from VAQ-33 and sent to AMARC as 5A0073 Jul 6, 1993
				156984 (c/n I-453) last unit was VAW-33.  Noted on dump at Sioux City AP, IA Oct 2002.  In 2008 was
					in storage at Warner Museum of Aviation and Transporation, Sioux City, IA.
				156985 (c/n I-454) to VMCJ-1 1970/71.  Last with VAQ-209 Aug 1988.
				156986 (c/n I-455) to VMCJ-1 1970/71  
				156987 (c/n I-456) to VMCJ-1 in 1972.  Retired from VAQ-33 and sent to AMARC as 5A0074 Jul 6, 1993
				156988 (c/n I-457) lost by VAW-33 Feb 1991 and crew recovered.
				156989 (c/n I-458) last combat mission over Vietnam night of Apr 29/30, 1975 with VMCH-1 from USS Coral Sea for
					Saigon evacuation.  Last user was VAQ-309 in Feb 1989.
				156990 (c/n I-459) to VMCJ-2.  Last status was with VAQ-33 Sep 1991
				156991 (c/n I-460) last status in system was with VAQ-309 Nov 1988.
				156992 (c/n I-461) to VMCJ-2.  Last status in system was at Key West in Mar 2007
				156993 (c/n I-462) last atatus in system Oct 1991 with VAQ-33
156994/157029		Grumman A-6A Intruder
				c/n I-463/498
				156995/156997, 157000/157006, 157009/157014, 157016, 157017, 157019, 157021, 157023/157027, and 157029
					brought up to A-6E standards.
				156994 (VA-145) crashed into sea after launch from USS Ranger in Gulf of Tonkin Feb 24, 1971.   Both crew
					ejected and were rescued.
				156996 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0084 Nov 22, 1993
				156997 (A-6E) on display at Patuxent River NAS, MD since 1995.
				157000 (A-6E) To AMARC as 5A0170 Sep 22, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2000.
				157001 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0094 Apr 14, 1994.  Now on display at NAVICP, Philadelphia, PA.
				157002 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0140 Dec 8, 1994
				157003 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0083 Nov 19, 1993
				157004 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0154 Feb 23, 1995.  SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				157005 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0087 Dec 16, 1993
				157006 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0126 Aug 3, 1994
				157007 (VA-35) damaged by AAA 6 mi N of Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam Jan 24, 1973 but were able to
					fly out to sea where crew ejected and were rescued by Navy helicopter.
					then ejected and were recovered.
				157010 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0113 Jul 19, 1994
				157011 (VA-35) crashed Dec 6, 1979.  Both crew killed.
				157012 crashed during ferry flight Mar 16, 1979.
				157013 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0092 Mar 3, 1994
				157014 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0221 Aug 22, 1996
				157016 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0104 Jul 6, 1994
				157017 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0117 Jul 22, 1994
				157018 (VA-52) shot down by AA near Cam Pha, Quang Ninh Province, North Vietnam Aug 19, 1972. Both crew KIA.
				157019 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0095 May 2, 1994
				157021 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0129 Aug 23, 1994
				157024 noted Aug 2003 at Defense Supply Center, Richmond, VA
				157025 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0076 Aug 24, 1993
				157026 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0247 Feb 19, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.
				157027 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0249 Mar 11, 1997
				157028 (VA-35, USS America) Sep 17, 1972 due to AAA in Hanoi area.  Both crew KIA.  
					Remains of one crewman returned Feb 5, 1991, other remains unknown.
				157029 (A-6E) to AMARC as 5A0137 Oct 12, 1994
157030/157065		Rockwell T-2C Buckeye
				c/n 332-1/36
				157030 (c/n 332-1) to AMARC as 2T0239 May 20, 2003
				157031 (c/n 332-2) to AMARC as 2T0210 Oct 29, 1992
				157032 (c/n 332-3) to AMARC as 2T0292 Apr 26, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006
				157033 (c/n 332-4) to AmARC as 2T0259 Nov 19, 2003
				157034 WFU at Pensacola and SOC Apr 4, 2003.  In 2011 on display at the Historic Aviation Memorial Museum - Tyler, Texas.
				157035 to AMARC as 2T0189 Feb 12, 1992
				157036 (c/n 332-7) to AMARC 2T026t Jan 13, 2004
				157037 to AMARC as 2T0207 Sep 1, 1992
				157038 SOC May 31, 2000
				157040 (VT-23) crashed at Chase Field, TX 7/13/1989.  One killed.
				157041 to AMARC as 2T0226 Sep 21, 1993
				157042 to AMARC as 2T0194 Jun 22, 1992
				157043 (c/n 332-14) to AMARC as 2T0230 Oct 27, 1993.  Transferred to Greek AF.
				157044 to AMARC as 2T0233 Mar 9, 2001.
				157047 to AMARC as 2T0198 Jun 23, 1992
				157048 crashed into Chesapeake Bay after inflight explosion Aug 30, 1984.
				157049 (c/n 332-20) to AMARC as 2T0225 Aug 24, 1993.  Transferred to Greek AF.
				157050 SOC Jan 28, 2003 and to Pima Air and Space Museum, AZ
				157051 crashed 7/23/1994.
				157053 to AMARC as 2T0232 Dec 15, 1993
				157054 (c/n 332-25) to AMARC as 2T0275 Apr 14, 2004
				157055 (c/n 332-26) to AMARC as 2T0277 May 4, 2004
				157056 to AMARC as 2T0223 Aug 12, 1993
				157057 (c/n 332-28) in 2008 was at VX-20 at Patuxent River, MD, acting as a
					chase plane.  Has been transferred to Florida by 2009.  Was on display at NAS Whiting Field, Florida
					Aug 2009.
				157058 made last T-2 arrested landing on USS Harry S Truman Jul 25, 2003,
					To National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL Apr 9, 2004.
				157060 WFU at Pensacola and SOC Apr 3, 2003
				157061 (c/n 332-32) to AMARC as 2T0266 Jan 14, 2004
				157062 (c/n 332-33) to AMARC as 2T0284 Jun 9, 2004
				157063 to AMARC as 2T0195 Jun 22, 1992
				157064 (c/n 332-35) to AMARC as 2T0235 Apr 15, 2003
				157065 to AMARC as 250249 Aug 22, 2003.  
157066/157101		Rockwell T-2C Buckeye
				contract cancelled
157102/157126		Fairchild-Hiller OV-12A
				Contract cancelled
157127/157176		Sikorsky CH-53D Sea Stallion
				C/ns below are from Helis.com.  Others have c/n 65-253/302
				157127 (c/n 65-218)
				157128 (c/n 65-219) named "Hog Tender" and "Harley-Davidson Motor Company" with HMH-463 in Nov 1992.
					To AMARC Sep 4, 2012
				157129 (c/n 65-220)
				157130 (c/n 65-221) to AMARC as 2J066 May 17, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				157131 (c/n 65-222) to AMARC as 2J0110 Apr 16, 2001.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				157132 (c/n 65-225) crashed near Hunghae, South Korea Mar 24, 1984.  18 occupants killed.
				157133 (c/n 65-226) (HMH-463) shot down by ground fire in Quang nam Province, South Vietnam Oct 30, 1970.
					2 killed, 2 survived.
				157134 (c/n 65-227) to AMARC as 2J0115 Apr 29, 2004.  Returned to service in 2010.
				157135 (c/n 65-228) crashed inside Sarabagh military, Khost City, Afghanistan Aug 10, 2012.
				157136 (c/n 65-229) to AMARC as 2J072 Jul 12, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				157137 (c/n 65-230) 
				157138 (c/n 65-231) (HMH-462) crashed into Pacific Ocean off Kyushu Island May 6, 1985.  17 occupants killed.
				157139 (c/n 65-232) crashed Oct 21, 1977, Mindoro, Philippines.  24 of 37 onboard killed.
				157140 (c/n 65-233) crashed Mar 20, 1989 near Hunghae, South Korea. 19 killed, 15 survived.
				157141 (c/n 65-234) to AMARC as 2J0111 Apr 16, 2001.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				157142 (c/n 65-242) SOC Mar 26, 2012
				157143 (c/n 65-243) to AMARC as 2J074 Jul 21, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				157144 (c/n 65-244) SOC Feb 2, 2012
				157145 (c/n 65-245) 
				157146 (c/n 65-246) SOC Oct 13, 2006.  Believed to be the helicopter of HMH-463
					that was damaged in hard nighttime landing at Al Anbar Province, Iraq Sep 7, 2006.
				157147 (c/n 65-247) crashed near Hue, South Vietnam May 13, 1972.  Five USMC crew rescued.
				157148 (c/n 65-248) to AMARC Jan 2013.
				157149 (c/n 65-249) 
				157150 (c/n 65-250) SOC Oct 10, 2012.  Purchased by Israel Air and Space Force for use as spares and noted in storage at
					Tel Nof Air Base
				157151 (c/n 65-277) 
				157152 (c/n 65-278) (HMH-362) crashed 12 mi E of MCAS Yuma Mar 27, 1983.
				157153 (c/n 65-279) 
				157154 (c/n 65-280) w/o Mar 24, 2995 at El Mirage Field, California
				157155 (c/n 65-281) to AMARC as 2J0116 Apr 29, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				157156 (c/n 65-282)
				157157 (c/n 65-283) to AMARC as 2J073 Jul 12, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				157158 (c/n 65-284) to AMARC as 2J0117 Apr 29, 2004.  To Wiggins Group yard.  Back to AMARC
					as 2J0119 Sep 10, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				157159 (c/n 65-285) in 2012 was at Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida
				157160 (c/n 65-286) 
				157161 (c/n 65-287)
				157162 (c/n 65-288)
				157163 (c/n 65-289)
				157164 (c/n 65-290) SOC Mar 23, 2012
				157165 (c/n 65-291) to AMARC as 2J071 Jul 12, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				157166 (c/n 65-292) to AMARC as 2J0086 Nov 29, 1995, back to AMARC as 2J0119 Sep 10, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				157167 (c/n 65-293)
				157168 (c/n 65-294)
				157169 (c/n 65-295)
				157170 (c/n 65-296) named “Dangerous Toy” with HMH-369 in April 1992.  To AMARC Sep 12, 2012
				157171 (c/n 65-297) with HMM-162, w/o Jul 19, 1974.
				157172 (c/n 65-298)
				157173 (c/n 65-299) to Pacific Aviation Museum, Ford Island, Hawaii for display Jan 16, 2012.  SOC Jan 23, 2012
				157174 (c/n 65-300) with HMH-363 crashed north of Camp Bastion, Afghanistan Jan 19, 2012 while conducting 
					night ops. 6 killed
				157175 (c/n 65-301)
				157176 (c/n 65-302) purchased by Israel Air and Space Force for use as spares and noted in storage at
					Tel Nof Air Base
157177/157203		Bell HH-1K Iroquois
				c/n 6301/6327.  Combat Search and Rescue variant of USMC UH-1E but with special Navy avionics.
				157177 to MASDC as 7H023 Jan 17, 1976
				157178 (c/n 6302) to MASDC as 7H017 Oct 20, 1975.   On display Feb 2013 at NAWS China Lake, California.
				157179 (c/n 6303) to AMARC as 7H185 Nov 4, 1988
				157180 (c/n 6304) to AMARC as 7H186 Dec 13, 1988
				157181 (c/n 6305) to AMARC as 7H187 Dec 13, 1988
				157182 (c/n 6306) to AMARC as 7H191 Apr 21, 1989
				157183 (c/n 6307) to AMARC as 7H193 May 3, 1989.  To civil registry as N6165X
				157184 (c/n 6308) to AMARC as 7H194 May 3, 1989.  To N61650
				157185 to MASDC as 7H010 Jun 23, 1975.
				157188 (c/n 6312) at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				157189 to MASDC as 7H019 Dec 27, 1975.  Must have been returned to service since w/9 Nov 3, 1977
					with HAL-5
				157190 (c/n 6314) to AMARC as 7H196 Jul 10, 1989.  To N61654
				157191 (c/n 6315) to MASDC as 7H015 Sep 16, 1975.  Must have returned to service as reported
					crashed with HAL-5 near Brown Field, CA Jul 8, 1984 following loss of control.
				157192 (c/n 6316) w/o Jun 2, 1972.
				157193 (c/n 6317) preserved as Grissom AFB
				157194 (c/n 6318) to AMARC as 7H192 May 1, 1989.  To civil registry as N6166V, 
					cancelled Feb 18, 2004 as 'destroyed'
				157195 (c/n 6119) w/o Jun 9, 1971
				157196 (c/n 6320) w/o Feb 4, 1982
				157197 (c/n 6321) to AMARC as 7H188 Dec 14, 1988
				157198 (c/n 6322) to AMARC as 7H195 May 3, 1989.  to N6166S, N896RP
				157199 (c/n 6323) to AMARC as 7H197 Jul 10, 1989.  To civil registry as N6166R.  
					w/o Apr 4, 1996 at Vail, WA.	
				157200 (c/n 6324) at Pacific Aviation Museum Aug 2006
				157201 (c/n 6325) to MASDC as 7H0026 Apr 16, 1976.
				157202 (c/n 6326) w/o Mar 19, 1976 with HAL-3
				157203 (c/n 6327) w/o Nov 29, 1970	
157204/157241		Bell AH-1G HueyCobra
				Army-contracted Cobras acquired by USMC.  Army serial numbers retained
				157204 (c/n 20514) was ex 67-15850.
				157205 (c/n 20571) was ex 68-15037
				157206 (c/n 20572) was ex 68-15038.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157207 (c/n 20573) was ex 68-15039.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157208 (c/n 20579) was ex 68-15045.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157209 (c/n 20580) was ex 68-15046.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157210 (c/n 20606) was ex 68-15072.  W/o Feb 18, 1970
				157211 (c/n 20607) was ex 68-15073.  W/o Dec 14, 1970.
				157212 (c/n 20613) was ex 68-15079.  
				157213 (c/n 20614) was ex 68-15080.  W/o with VMO-2 Nov 12, 1969
				157214 (c/n 20619) was ex 68-15085.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157215 (c/n 20638) was ex 68-15104.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157216 (c/n 20639) was ex 68-15105.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157217 (c/n 20646) was ex 68-15112.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157218 (c/n 20647) was ex-68-15113.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157219 (c/n 20668) was ex 68-15134.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157220 (c/n 20674) was ex 68-15140.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157221 (c/n 20699) was ex 68-15165.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157222 (c/n 20704) was ex 68-15170.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157223 (c/n 20724) was ex 68-15190.  W/o with HML-367 Mar 11, 1970
				157224 (c/n 20728) was ex 68-15194.
				157225 (c/n 20732) was ex 68-15198.  W/o with HML-367 Feb 26, 1970
				157226 (c/n 20737) was ex 68-15203.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157227 (c/n 20747) was ex 68-15213.  W/o with HML-367 Mar 25, 1970
				157228 (c/n 20751) was ex 68-17023.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157229 (c/n 20755) was ex 68-17027.  W/o with HML-367 Mar 6, 1970
				157230 (c/n 20769) was ex 68-17041
				157231 (c/n 20773) was ex 68-17045.  W/o with HML-367 Mar 25, 1970
				157232 (c/n 20777) was ex 68-17049.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157233 (c/n 20790) was ex 68-17062.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157234 (c/n 20794) was ex 68-17066.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157235 (c/n 20798) was ex 68-17070.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157236 (c/n 20810) was ex 68-17082.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157237 (c/n 20814) was ex 68-17086.
				157238 (c/n 20818) was ex 68-17090
				157239 (c/n 20829) was ex 68-17101.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157240 (c/n 20833) was ex 68-17105.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
				157241 (c/n 20836) was ex 68-17108.  Returned to US Army and converted to AH-1S
157242/157260		McDonnell F-4J-40-MC Phantom
				157245 (c/n 3606) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0205 Aug 29, 1985
				157246 (c/n 3615) Noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museum, MCAS El Toro, CA.  Now on display at 
					Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA.  
				157248 (c/n 3619) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0201 Aug 16, 1985
				157249 (c/n 3624) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0242 Oct 30, 1986.  On display at Flying Leatherneck
					Museum, MCAS Miramar, Clifornia
				157250 converted to F-4S.  With VX-4, crashed at Paramount Valley, Mojave
					Desert Aug 8, 1984.  Pilot killed.
				157251 converted to F-4S.  SOC Jan 21, 2003.  Stored at NAD Cherry Point, NC
				157254 (c/n 3645) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0282 Jul 9, 1987
				157257 (c/n 3657) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0178 Dec 26, 1984
				157258 (c/n 3662) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0295 Apr 1, 1988
				157259 (c/n 3666) on display at NAS Point Mugu, CA.
				157260 (c/n 3671) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0258 Dec 29, 1986
157261/157273		McDonnell F-4J-41-MC Phantom
				157261 converted to F-4S
				157262 shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Aug 16, 1972.
				157264 (c/n 3695) converted to F-4S.  To MASDC as 8F0216 Apr 28, 1986
				157267 to MASDC as 8F0176 Dec 15, 1984.  Now at San Diego Air Museum, CA
				157268 (c/n 3720) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0264 Mar 20, 1987
				157269 (c/n 3727) converted to F-4S.  With VMFAT-101, crashed near MCAS Yuma Aug 1, 1984
					following collision with F-4 155579.  Both crew ejected.  To AMARC as 8F0211 Feb 26, 1986.
				157272 (c/n 3745) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0313 Nov 21, 1988
				157273 shot down by AAA over North Vietnam June 18, 1972.
157274/157285		McDonnell F-4J-42-MC Phantom
				157275 w/o Apr 13, 1980
				157276 (c/n 3774) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0275 May 28, 1987
				157278 (c/n 3789) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0318 Nov 22, 1988
				157279 converted to F-4S.  Crashed into sea on takeoff from USS Forrestal Jul 6, 1982
					when catapult strap failed.  Pilot missing (no mention of a second occupant)
				157281 (c/n 3808) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0316 Nov 21, 1988
				157283 (c/n 3820) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0274 May 28, 1987
157286/157297		McDonnell F-4J-43-MC Phantom
				157286 (c/n 3846) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0308 Oct 7, 1988
				157287 (c/n 3852) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0276 Jul 9, 1987
				157288 shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Nov 20, 1972.
				157289 (VF-74) caught fire in midair over Mediterranean and 
					exploded Jul 7, 1974.  Crew did not eject and were
					presumed to have been killed.
				157290 spotted at FAE revetment, Airport Lake Range, China Lake, California Aug 2007.  It had been derelect since
					at least 1987.
				157291 (c/n 3888) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0225 May 14, 1986
				157292 (c/n 3899) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0245 Nov 20, 1986
				157293 is credited by some with shooting down MiG-21 on June 21, 
					1972, piloted by Cdr Samuel Flynn and Lt William John.  
					However, Cdr Flynn says that he was flying the F-4J now
					at the NASM-Dulles when the kill was scored and that his
					kill markings were transferred to 157293 when he was
					assigned that plane.  175293 now on display at Texas Air
					Museum, Caprock Chapter, Slaton, TX.
				157296 (c/n 3933) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0251 Dec 18, 1986
157298/157309		McDonnell F-4J-44-MC Phantom
				157299 shot down MiG-21 Aug 10, 1972.
				157300 (c/n 3959) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0217 Apr 28, 1986
				157301 (c/n 3966) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0234 Oct 15, 1986
				157302 shot down by AAA Sep 8, 1972 over North Vietnam
				157303 lost Oct 24, 1974 due to fuel exhaustion,
					Tyrrenian Sea, near Naples.  Crew ejected
					safely.  Plane found in Jan 2000.
				157307 (VF-31) shot down MiG-21 Jun 21, 1972.  Transferred to Smithsonian when landed
					at Dulles IAP Nov 29, 1988.  Now in display at Udvar-Hazy Center near
					Dulles IAP, Washington, DC.
				157308 (c/n 4025) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0232 Sep 17, 1986.
				157309 (c/n 4034) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0238 Oct 27, 1986
157310/157320		Lockheed P-3C-120-LO Orion
				157312 to AMARC Jun 29, 2004
				157313 (c/n 285A-5528) to AMARC as 2P0232 Dec 14, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				157314 (c/n 285A-5529) to AMARC as 2P0193 Dec 18, 2003.  To Republic of China Navy as 3306 in 2010.
				157315 (c/n 285A-5530) to AMARC as 2P0207 Mar 8, 2004
				157316 converted to EP-3E CILOP/Aries II with VQ-2
				157317 (c/n 285A-5532) to AMARC as 2P0222 Jul 13, 2004.
				157318 converted to EP-3E CILOP/Aries II with VQ-1
				157319 (c/n 285A-5534) on active service with VP-45
				157320 (EP-3E, VQ-2) veered off runway at Souda Bay, Crete Oct 22, 1997 and damaged.  All 26 crew OK
157321/157332		Lockheed P-3C-125-LO Orion
				157321 (c/n 285A-5536) to AMARC as 2P0202 Feb 4, 2004.  To Republic of China Navy as 3312 in 2011.
				157322 (c/n 285A-5537) on active service with VP-26 in 2011.  SOC Jan 7, 2012
				157323 (c/n 285A-5538) to AMARC as 2P0216 May 11, 2004
				157324 (c/n 285A-5539) to AMARC as 2P0226 Aug 31, 2004
				157325 converted to EP-3E Aries II with VQ-2
				157326 converted to EP-3E CILOP/Aries II with VQ-2
				157327 (c/n 285A-5542) reported May 2008 stored at NAS Whidbey Island, WA
				157329 (c/n 285A-5544) on active service with VP-30.
				157332 (VP-47) in midair collision with NASA Convair 660 NAS Moffett Field Apr 12, 1972.  5 killed.
157333/157341		Lockheed P-3C Orion
				Contract cancelled
157342/157346		McDonnell RF-4B-41-MC Phantom
				For USMC.
				157342 to NADEP Cherry Point Aug 10, 1990 for storage.  Now at Havelock,
					NC painted as 157347.
				157343 crashed on landing at MCAS Cherry Point Feb 2, 1973.
				157344 crashed near Tokyo due to engine fire Sept 27, 1977.
				157345 to AMARC as 8F340 Aug 1, 1990.
				157346 to NADEP Cherry Point for storage Aug 10, 1990.  Now on display near the golf course.
157347/157351		McDonnell RF-4B-43-MC Phantom
				For USMC.
				157347 crashed off San Diego 1990.  Both crew ejected safely.
				157348 to NADEP North Island for storage Aug 10, 1990.  Now at China
					Lake Museum
				157349 (c/n 3892) to NADEP North Island for storage Aug 10, 1990.  Now at Naval Aviation
					Museum, Pensacola, FL.
				157350 to NADEP North Island for storage Aug 10, 1990.
				157351 to NADEP North Island for storage Aug 10, 1990.
157352/157354		North American Rockwell CT-39E Sabreliner
				Initially designated VT-39E
				157352 (c/n 282-16) ex N339NA.  Crashed near Ukiah, CA Dec 21, 1975.
					2 iilled.
				157353 (c/n 282-84) ex N2254B.  To Amarc as 7T0028 Nov 14, 1990, renumbered
					ND0001 Nov 14, 1990
				157354 (c/n 282-85) ex N2255B.  became XA-AAW; substantially damaged in hangar collapse
					at Laredo, TX Jun 2, 2003
157355/157394		Bell TH-57A Sea Ranger
				c/n 5001/5040.
				157355 (c/n 5001) to AMARC as 4H0001
				157358 (c/n 5004) to AMARC as 4H0031
				157359 (c/n 5005) to AMARC as 4H0025.  To Ecuadian AF as FAE 403.  W/o May 12, 2008.
				157360 (c/n 5006) to AMARC as 4H0002
				157361 (c/n 5007) to AMARC as 4H0013. Became YV-846CP, reregistered
					YV2196 in 2007.
				157362 (c/n 5008) on display at NAS Whiting Field in Aug 2009 marked as 71-20572 (an OH-58 serial)
				157363 (c/n 5009) on display at National Naval Air Museum,
					Pensacola, FL.
				157364 (c/n 5010) to AMARC as 4H0019 Jan 13, 1986
				157365 (c/n 5011) to AMARC as 4H0003.  To Venezuelan Navy as ARV-0503
				157367 (c/n 5013) to AMARC as 4H0004.  To Ecuadorian Naval Avation as HN-313.  W/o Jan 31, 2001
				157368 (c/n 5014) to AMARC as 4H0020.  To Ecuadorian AF as FAE405.  W/o Feb 18, 1999.
				157369 (c/n 5015) to AMARC as 4H0026.  To Ecuadorian AF as FAE406.  W/o May 12, 2008.
				157370 (c/n 5016) to AMARC as 4H0027.  To Chile
				157371 (c/n 5017) to AMARC as 4H0014
				157373 (c/n 5019) to AMARC as XG0001 Jan 25, 1996
				157374 (c/n 5020) to AMARC as 4H0021 Jan 13, 1986.  To Ecuadorian AF as FAE408
				157375 (c/n 5021) to AMARC as 4H0005
				157376 (c/n 5022) to AMARC as 4H0006
				157377 (c/n 5023) to AMARC as 4H0012
				157378 (c/n 5024) to AMARC as 4H0029 Jan 21, 1986.  Assigned civil registration N32536, cancelled.
				157379 (c/n 5025) to AMARC as 4H0007.
				157380 (c/n 5026) to AMARC as 4H0022.  Has gone to Ecudadorean AF
					as FAE410.
				157381 (c/n 5027) to AMARC as 4H0015.  To Venezuelan Navy as ARV-0504
				157382 (c/n 5028) to AMARC as 4H0023 Jan 13, 1986.  Assigned civil registration N32550, cancelled.
				157383 (c/n 5029) to AMARC as 4H0008. To Ecuadorian AF as FAE411.  W/o Apr 12, 1996.
				157385 (c/n 5031) to AMARC as 4H0016
				157387 (c/n 5033) to AMARC as 4H0024 Jan 13, 1986.  Assigned civil registration N32566, cancelled.
				157388 (c/n 5034) to AMARC as 4H0017
				157391 (c/n 5037) to AMARC as 4H0009
				157392 (c/n 5038) to AMARC as 4H0018
				157393 (c/n 5039) to AMARC as 4H0010
				157394 (c/n 5040) to AMARC as 4H0030 Jan 21, 1986.  To Chile Jul 6, 1998
157395/157428		Douglas A-4H Skyhawk
				C/n 14044/14077
				For Israel
157429/157434		Douglas TA-4H Skyhawk
				C/b 14078/14083
				For Israel
157435/157481		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E-6-CV Corsair II
				157435 (c/n E-158) to AMARC as 6A0268 May 20, 1988.  On display isn Aug 2003 at Watertown MAP, South Dakota.
				157436 (c/n E-159, VA-27) SOC May 6, 1971.
				157437 (c/n E-160, VA-22) shot down by AAA Xom Bau, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Jun 25, 1972.  Pilot KIA
				157438 (c/n E-161, VA-56) w/o Aug 29, 1981.
				157439 (c/n E-162, VA-174) w/o Jun 14, 1983.
				157440 (c/n E-163) to AMARC as 6A0304 Oct 12, 1989
				157441 (c/n E-164) to AMARC as 6A0286 Jul 29, 1988
				157442 (c/n E-165, VA-195) w/o Jun 15, 1979
				157443 (c/n E-166, VA-37) w/o Jul 26, 1983
				157444 (c/n E-167) to AMARC as 6A0239 Sep 15, 1987
				157445 (c/n E-168) to AMARC as 6A0190 Aug 15, 1986
				157446 (c/n E-169, VA-87) w/o Apr 5, 1983.
				157447 (c/n E-170, VA-174) W/o Dec 1, 1971.
				157448 (c/n E-171, VA-81) w/o Dec 5, 1971.
				157449 (c/n E-172, VA-174) collided with taxying S-3 160164 during takeoff at NAS
					Cecil Field, FL Nov 8, 1983.  3 killed.
				157450 (c/n E-173) to AMARC as 6A0243 Sep 29, 1987
				157451 (c/n E-174, VA-195) w/o Apr 11, 1979.
				157452 (c/n E-175) was on display at NAS Atlanta, but this closed Sep 29, 2009.  State took it over and renamed General
					Lucius D. Clay National Guard Center.  Plane moved to Aviation Museum and Discovery Center, Marietta, GA.
				157453 (c/n E-176) to AMARC as 6A0212 Jan 9, 1987
				157454 (c/n E-177, VA-27) w/o Apr 29, 1975.
				157455 (c/n E-178) displayed at War Eagles Air Museum, Santa Teresa, NM
				157456 (c/n E-179, VA-82) w/o Mar 2, 1981
				157457 (c/n E-180, VA-83) w/o Aug 17, 1975.
				157458 (c/n E-181, VA-87) crashed into sea off USS Independence Feb 13, 1984.
				157459 (c/n E-182, VA-86) collided with A-7 159986 while in circuit at NAS
					Roosevelt Roads Aug 31, 1983.  One pilot killed, so at least one of
					the planes crashed.
				157460 (c/n E-183) to AMARC as 6A0256 Mar 23, 1988
				157461 (c/n E-184, VA-82) W/o Aug 31, 1983.
				157462 (c/n E-185, VA-174) W/o Aug 28, 1973.
				157463 (c/n E-186) to AMARC as 6A0194 Aug 28, 1986
				157464 (c/n E-187, VA-81) W/o Jun 4, 1970
				157465 (c/n E-188, VA-87) W/o Apr 14, 1983.
				157466 (c/n E-189) to AMARC as 6A0258 Apr 5, 1988
				157467 (c/n E-190, VA-81) W/o Sep 12, 1972
				157468 (c/n E-191, VA-15) hit by SA-7 SAM missile near Casino du Liban off coast of Beirut, Lebanon Dec 4, 1983.  Plane made
					out to Mediterranean where pilot ejected and was picked up by a Christian Lebanese fisherman and his son and
					handed over to US Marines.
				157469 (c/n E-192, VA-174) crashed Dec 10, 1983
				157470 (c/n E-193, VA-174) w/o Jul 5, 1974.
				157471 (c/n E-194) to AMARC as 6A0247 Jan 29, 1988
				157472 (c/n E-195) to AMARC as 6A0255 Mar 16, 1988
				157473 (c/n E-196, VA-83) w/o Dec 2, 1971.
				157474 (c/n E-197)
				157475 (c/n E-198) to AMARC as 6A0185 Jul 24, 1986
				157476 (c/n E-199) to AMARC as 6A0364 Jun 18, 1990
				157477 (c/n E-200) to AMARC as 6A0296 Aug 15, 1989
				157478 (c/n E-201)
				157479 (c;n E-202)
				157480 (c/n E-203) to AMARC as 6A0191 Aug 15, 1986.  To Greek AF
				157481 (c/n E-204) to AMARC as 6A0269 May 20, 1988
157482/157537		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E-7-CV Corsair II
				157482 (c/n E-205, VA-86) w/o Jun 27, 1981.
				157483 (c/n E-206, VA-25) ran out of fuel over Gulf of Tonkin during ferry flight Dec 3, 1970.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued.
				157484 (c/n E-207)
				157485 (c/n E-208) to AMARC as 6A0233 Aug 18, 1987
				157486 (c/n E-209) to AMARC as 6A0328 Mar 28, 1990
				157487 (c/n E-210, VA-205) w/o Nov 9, 1989.
				157488 (c/n E-211, VA-86) w/o Aug 1, 1980.
				157489 (c/n E-212) to AMARC as 6A0316 Feb 22, 1990
				157490 (c/n E-213) to AMARC as 6A0224 May 15, 1987
				157491 (c/n E-214) to AMARC as 6A0244 Jan 15, 1988
				157492 (c/n E-215) to AMARC as 6A0367 Jun 26, 1990
				157493 (c/n E-216) to AMARC as 6A0365 Jun 26, 1990
				157494 (c/n E-217) to AMARC as 6A0312 Feb 15, 1990
				157495 (c/n E-218, VA-56) crashed on USS Midway Aug 21, 1984.  Pilot killed.
				157496 (c/n E-219) to AMARC as 6A0217 Feb 6, 1987.  To Greek AF
				157497 (c/n E-220, VA-27) W/o Feb 16, 1983.
				157498 (c/n E-221, VA-82) SOC Jun 15, 1971.
				157499 (c/n E-222, VA-195) w/o Dec 14, 1981.
				157500 (c/n E-223, VA-27) crashed Jul 11, 1984.
				157501 (c/n E-224) to AMARC as 6A0267 May 16, 1988
				157502 (c/n E-225) to AMARC as 6A0345 Apr 19, 1990.  To Greek AF
				157503 (c/n E-226) at Camp Blanding, FL museum.  Also listed as being lost with VA-113 due to unknown cause 1/4 mi off NW tip of
					Ile Rousse Quang Ninh Province, North Vietnam in Gulf of Tonkin Dec 24, 1972.  Pilot KIA. 
				157504 (c/n E-227) to AMARC as 6A0298 Aug 24, 1989
				157505 (c/n E-228)
				157506 (c/n E-229) on display at Hampton Air Power Park, Hampton, VA since at least 1998.
					Reportedly now carries the incorrect serial 157500
				157507 (c/n E-230, VA-25, W/o Apr 28, 1975.
				157508 (c/n E-231) to AMARC as 6A0242 Sep 23, 1987
				157509 (c/n E-232, VA-25) possibly hit by ground fire over Khammoun Province, Laos and tried to make it to Thialand Dec 28, 1970.
					Engine failed and pilot forced to eject over Laos and was rescued by USAF HH-43 helicopter
				157510 (c/n E-233, VA-81) crashed in Ocala National Forest, FL Feb 20, 1985.
				157511 (C/n E-234, VA-113) shot down by AAA 35 mi N of Muang Fangdeng, Laos Apr 17, 1971.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by
					helicopter.
				157512 (c/n E-235) to AMARC as 6A0338 Apr 13, 1990
				157513 (c/n E-236, VA-192) w/o Nov 6, 1974.
				157514 (c/n E-237) to AMARC as 6A-250 Feb 18, 1988
				157515 (c/n E-238, VA-25) w/o Mar 19, 1974
				157516 (c/n E-239) to AMARC as 6A0283 Jul 22, 1988
				157517 (c/n E-240) to AMARC as 6A0334 Apr 3, 1990
				157518 (c/n E-241) to AMARC as 6A0183 Jul 16, 1986
				157519 (c/n E-242) to AMARC as 6A0249 Feb 17, 1988
				157520 (c/n E-243, VA-192) shot down over Laos Mar 23, 1972.  Pilot MIA
				157521 (c/n E-244, VA-192) damaged Sep 18, 1970.
				157522 (c/n E-245) to AMARC as 6A0253 Mar 14, 1988
				157523 (c/n E-246) to AMARC as 6A0202 Sep 15, 1986
				157524 (c/n E-247, VA-122) w/o May 6, 1986.
				157525 (c/n E-248) to AMARC as 6A0301 Sep 15, 1989
				157526 (c/n E-249, VA-195) w/o Apr 11, 1979.
				157527 (c/n E-250, VA-37) w/o Oct 23, 1978.
				157528 (c/n E-251) to AMARC as 6A0240 Sep 21, 1987
				157529 (c/n E-252, VA-192) lost in accident Mar 19, 1972.  Pilot recovered.
				157530 (c/n E-253, VA-192) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Nov 2, 1972.  Pilot ejected
					safely and was recovered.
				157531 (c/n E-254, VA-192) shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Mun 17, 1972.  Pilot ejected
					and was recovered.
				157532 (c/n E-255, VA-147) w/o Jun 2, 1980
				157533 (c/n E-256, VA-122) w/o Jun 30, 1978
				157534 (c/n E-257, VA-195) W/o Jan 26, 1972.
				157535 (c/n E-258, VA-105) Jul 14, 1974.
				157536 (c/n E-259) to AMARC as 6A0189 Aug 15, 1986
				157537 (c/n E-260) to AMARC as 6A0260 Apr 22, 1988
157538/157594		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E-8-CV Corsair II
				157538 (c/n E-261) to AMARC as 6A0205 Sep 19, 1986
				157539 (c/n E-262, VA-195) w/o Feb 7, 1973.
				157540 (c/n E-263, VA-192) w/o Jan 29, 1981.
				157541 (c/n E-264) to AMARC as 6A0299 Aug 25, 1989
				157542 (c/n E-265, VA-174) w/o Jan 18, 1973.
				157543 (c/n E-266, VA-82) damaged Nov 16, 1970.
				157544 (c/n E-267, VA-66) w/o Sep 7, 1971l
				175745 (c/n E-268, VA-195), w/o Nov 4, 1971.
				157546 (c/n E-269) to AMARC as 6A0262 Apr 26, 1988
				157547 (c/n E-270, VA-122) w/o Jun 8, 1973.
				157548 (c/n E-271, VA-195) SOC Feb 27, 1971.
				157549 (c/n E-272) to AMARC as 6A0193 Aug 21, 1986
				157550 (c;n E-273, VA-15) w/o Dec 3, 1982.
				157551 (c/n E-274) to AMARC as 6A0303 Sep 21, 1989
				157552 (c/n E-275) to AMARC as 6A0227 Jul 15, 1987
				157553 (c/n E-276) to AMARC as 6A0265 May 2, 1988
				157554 (c/n E-277, VA-86) SoC Mar 8, 1971.
				157555 (c/n E-278, VA-81) W/o Dec 15, 1976.
				157556 (c/n E-279) to AMARC as 6A0238 Sep 8, 1987
				157557 (c/n E-280, VA-105) w/o May 31, 1974.
				157558 (c/n E-281, VA-83) w/o Feb 5, 1976.
				157559 (c/n E-282) to AMARC as 6A-309 Jan 12, 1990
				157560 (c/n E-283) SOC Dec 15, 1980
				157561 (c/n E-284, VA-83) W/o Jun 24, 1978.
				157562 (c/n E-285, VA-66) W/o Jul 28, 1971
				157563 (c/n E-286, VA-37) w/o Oct 22, 1974.
				157564 (c/n E-287, VA-82) W/o Feb 11, 1983.
				157565 (c/n E-288, VA-37) w/o Dec 14, 1973.
				157566 (c/n E-289) to AMARC as 6A0236 Aug 26, 1987
				157567 (c/n E-290) to AMARC as 6A0414 Jul 22, 1992
				157568 (c/n E-291) stored Apr 17, 1986 NARF Jacksonville
				157569 (c/n E-292) to AMARC as 6A0354 May 17, 1990
				157570 (c/n E-293) to AMARC as 6A0188 Aug 15, 1986
				157571 (c/n E-294) to AMARC as 6A0342 Apr 17, 1990
				157572 (c/n E-295, VA-83) w/o Jun 2, 1977.
				157573 (c/n E-296) to AMARC as 6A0211 Dec 24, 1986
				157574 (c/n E-297, VA-174) W/o Dec 10, 1980
				157575 (c/n E-298, VA-66) w/o Jul 26, 1977.
				157576 (c/n E-299)
				157577 (c/n E-300) to AMARC as 6A0261 Apr 25, 1988
				157578 (c/n E-301, VA-12) w;o Feb 27, 1979.
				157579 (c/n E-302, VA-203) w/o Sep 10, 1988.
				157580 (c/n E-303) to AMARC as 6A0216 Jan 21, 1987
				157581 (c/n E-304) to AMARC as 6A0254 Mar 16, 1988.  Named "Ubangi's Express" with VA-12 in 1977.
				157582 (c/n E-305)
				157583 (c/n E-306, VA-174) w/o Nov 27, 1972.
				157584 (c/n E-307, VA-86) w/o Jan 17, 1978.
				157585 (c/n E-308) to AMARC as 6A0176 Jun 19, 1986
				157586 (c/n E-309)
				157587 (c/n E-310) to AMARC as 6A0195 Aug 28, 1986
				157588 (c/n E-311, VA-12) w;o Jun 24, 1971.
				157589 (c/n E-312, VA-113) shot down near Oscar 8 in Sekong Province, Laos Mar 13, 1971.  Pilot ejected and suffered
					broken arm and leg when he landed.  Search and rescue made 3 attempts to pick him up and lost two
					helicopters and several wounded.  Pilot died in captivity.
				157590 (c/n E-313, VA-22) shot down by SAM 5 mi S of Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Apr 6, 1972.  Pilot KIA.
				157591 (c/n E-314, VA-94) w;o Aug 15, 1974.
				157592 (c/n E-315, VA-27) boltered while landing on USS Enterprise in Gulf of Tonkin, engine failed, and crashed into
					water Nov 23, 1973.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				157593 (c/n E-316) to AMARC as 6A0225 May 21, 1987.
				157594 (c/n E-317, VA-122) w/o Mar 3, 1976
157595/157648		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E Corsair II
				Contract cancelled
				157607 seen at Air Power Park, Hampton, VA May 2007.
157649/157726		Boeing Vertol CH-46F Sea Knight
				157649 (c/n 2548) to AMARC Nov 4, 2009.  SOC Nov 12, 2009
				157650 (c/n 2549) converted to CH-46E.  To US State Department as N650WN Jan 19, 2012.
				157651 (c/n 2550) to AMARC Mar 3, 2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				157652 (c/n 2551)
				157653 (c/n 2552) to AMARC as 1J0043 Jan 18, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				157654 (c/n 2553)
				157655 (c/n 2554) converted to CH-46E. To AMARC as 1J0038 May 23, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				157656 (c/n 2555)
				157657 (c/n 2556) w/o Nov 12, 1980
				157658 (c/n 2557) w/o Jul 19, 1976
				157659 (c/n 2558) w/o Jun 13, 1986
				157660 (c/n 2559) to AMARC Mar 18, 2010.  SOC Apr 5, 2010
				157661 (c/n 2560) converted to CH-46E, to US State Department as N661WN Nov 4, 2011
				157662 (c/n 2561) to AMARC Sep 2, 2010.  SOC Dec 2, 2010
				157663 (c/n 2562) to AMARC Oct 27, 2008.  SOC Dec 11, 2008
				157664 (c/n 2563) to AMARC Sep 8, 2010.
				157665 (c/n 2564) converted to CH-46E.  To AMARC May 7, 2013
				157666 (c/n 2565) w/o Feb 10, 1981
				157667 (c/n 2566)
				157668 (c/n 2567, HMM-365) crashed into New River during nighttime training near Camp Lejeune, NC
					Sep 7, 2001.  3 passengers killed, pilot and copilot survived.
				157669 (c/n 2568) 
				157670 (c/n 2569) to AMARC Jun 26, 2009.  SOC Jul 28, 2009
				157671 (c/n 2570) w/o Nov 16, 1973
				157672 (c/n 2571) to AMARC Oct 17, 2012
				157673 (c/n 2572)
				157674 (c/n 2573)
				157675 (c/n 2574) to AMARC Oct 29, 2008.  SOC Dec 11, 2008
				157676 (c/n 2575) w/o Apr 3, 1974
				157677 (c/n 2576) w/o May 16, 1976
				157678 (c/n 2577)
				157679 (c/n 2578)
				157680 (c/n 2579)
				157681 (c/n 2580)
				157682 (c/n 2581)
				157683 (c/n 2582)
				157684 (c/n 2583) crashed and destroyed by fire at Orlando FL during
					Presidential support flight Sep 6, 1996,  4 crew unhurt.
				157685 (c/n 2584)
				157686 (c/n 2585)
				157687 (c/n 2586)
				157688 (c/n 2587)
				157689 (c/n 2588) w/o Aug 29 1986
				157690 (c/n 2589) to AMARC Dec 6, 2011.  SOC Mar 1, 2012
				157691 (c/n 2590) to AMARC Sep 29, 2008.  SOC Dec 11, 2008
				157692 (c/n 2591)
				157693 (c/n 2592) to US Department of State as N693AW Jun 17, 2013.
				157694 (c/n 2593).  (HMM-164) crashed May 10, 1997.
				157695 (c/n 2594)
				157696 (c/n 2595)
				157697 (c/n 2596) to AMARC Jul 25, 2008.  SOC Dec 11, 2008
				157698 (c/n 2597) to AMARC as 1J0044 Feb 15, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				157699 (c/n 2598) SOC Nov 16, 2012
				157700 (c/n 2599) w/o Oct 20, 1977, dumped Sigonella
				157701 (c/n 2600) converted to CH-46E.  to civil registry as N445XF and later N701WN with US Department of State Aug 25, 2011.
				157702 (c/n 2601)
				157703 (c/n 2602) to AMARC Oct 16, 2009.  SOC Nov 12, 2009
				157704 (c/n 2603) converted to CH-46E, to civil register as N704WL with US Department of State May 5, 2011
				157705 (c/n 2604) w/o Jul 12, 1992
				157706 (c/n 2605)
				157707 (c/n 2606)
				157708 (c/n 2607)
				157709 (c/n 2608) w/o Jul 27, 1981
				157710 (c/n 2609)
				157711 (c/n 2610) with MMH-261 shot down by machine gun fire during Operation Urgent Fury (Grenada) Oct 26, 1983 and
					abandoned on coast.
				157712 (c/n 2611, HMM-764) w/o Feb 12, 1989.
				157713 (c/n 2612) to AMARC Oct 31, 2008.  SOC Dec 11, 2008
				157714 (c/n 2613) SOC Nov 16, 2012
				157715 (c/n 2614)
				157716 (c/n 2615, HMM-364) crashed in Al Anbar Province, Iraq Feb 7, 2007
					after being struck by missile.  All 7 occupants KIA.
				157717 (c/n 2616)
				157718 (c/n 2617) crashed in South Korea Mar 20, 1982.  Three killed.
				157719 (c/n 2618) w/o Oct 11, 1972
				157720 (c/n 2619) to AMARC Sep 10, 2012.  
				157721 (c/n 2620)
				157722 (c/n 2621) to AMARC. 
				157723 (c/n 2622) to AMARC Dec 17, 2008.  SOC Mar 6, 2009
				157724 (c/n 2623) SOC Sep 28, 2009
				157725 (c/n 2624) wo Feb 13, 1987
				157726 (c/n 2625)
157727/157756		Sikorsky CH-53D Sea Stallion
				c/n 65-303/332 (from Helis.com)
				157727 (c/n 65-303) to AMARC Sep 13, 2012
				157728 (c/n 65-304) to AMARC Jun 6, 2012.  SOC Aug 29, 2012
				157729 (c/n 65-305)
				157732 (c/n 65-308) crashed with HMH-353 at Kaneohe Bay in low level NVG training flight Mar 29, 2011.  One killed 
				157733 (c/n 65-309) SOC Mar 17, 2012.  Purchased by Israel Air and Space Force for use as spares and noted in storage at
					Tel Nof Air Base
				157734 to AMARC as 2J0107 Nov 3, 1998.  To Wiggins Group yard, back to AMARC
					as 2J0120 Sep 10, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				157736 (c/n 65-312) to AMARC Sep 20, 2012
				157740 (c/n 65-316) SOC Dec 19, 2000.
				157741 (c/n 65-317) to AMARC Jun 29, 2012
				157742 (c/n 65-318) crashed in Okinawa Aug 13, 2004 
					with HMH-463 after clipping a building on the campus of Okinawa International
					University after tail rotor fell off.  The report that 157742 (HMM-166) pitched up and crashed at Al-ANbar Province, west of
					Baghdad, Iraq Aug 11, 2004 while conducting a night combat
					logistics mission seems to be in error.  2 on board killed, 3 other injured.
				157746 (c/n 65-322) to AMARC as 2J0075 Jul 21, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				157747 (c/n 65-323)
				157749 (c/n 65-325) purchased by Israel Air and Space Force for use as spares and noted in storage at
					Tel Nof Air Base
				157750 (c/n 65-326) to AMARC as 2J0076 Jul 29, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				157754 (c/n 65-330) to AMARC as 2J0100 Dec 18, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				157755 (c/n 65-331) to AMARC as 2J0097 Oct 29, 1996.  To Wiggins Group yard,
					back to AMARC as 2J0121 Sep 10, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				157756 (c/n 65-332) to AMARC as 2J0101 Dec 23, 1996.  To Wiggins Group yard,
					back to AMARC as 2J0122 Sep 10, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
157757/157805		Bell AH-1J SeaCobra
				157757 (c/n 26001) to AMARC as 7H183 Feb 1, 1988.
				157758 (c/n 26002) to AMARC as 7H089 Jun 6, 1980, returned to service
				157759 (c/n 26003) to AMARC as 7H0222 Aug 5, 1992.  Seen on ramp at Naval Air Technical Training Center, NAS
					Pensacola in June 2004.  Noted Mar 2006 in compound near NATTC
					Building, NAS Pensacola, FL
				157760 (c/n 26004) to AMARC as 7H216 Jun 25, 1992
				157761 (c/n 26005) to to AMARC as 7H089 Jun 2, 1980, returned to service.
					Back to AMARC as 7H0214 May 28, 1992.  Now on display in the front of Marine Aircraft 
					Group 42 Det C NAS Belle Chasse La
				157762 (c/n 26006) to AMARC as 7H203 Jul 23, 1991
				157763 (c/n 26007) to AMARC as 7H210 Dec 12, 1991
				157764 (c/n 26008) preserved at MCAS Camp Pendleton
				157765 (c/n 26009) to AMARC as 7H207 Aug 20, 1991
				157766 (c/n 26010) w/o Oct 16, 1976
				157767 (c/n 26011) to AMARC as 7H208 Oct 8, 1991
				157768 (c/n 26012) to AMARC as 7H219 Aug 4, 1992
				157769 (c/n 26013) to AMARC as 7H175 Jan 21, 1988.
				157770 (c/n 26014) to AMARC as 7H213 Apr 24, 1992.  In 2013 located in a range target storage compound on the SE portion tip of Eglin 
					AFB, no public access.  Range ID 18 HE
				157771 (c/n 26015) at Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, IL
				157772 (c/n 26016) to AMARC as 7H201 Mar 8, 1990.   In 2013 located in a range target storage compound on the SE portion tip of Eglin 
					AFB, no public access.  Range ID 15 HE
				157773 (c/n 26017) to AMARC as 7H182 Feb 1, 1988.  Now at the 
					National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL marked as 070280.  In Apr 2011 on display at MCAS
					New River, Jacksonville, North Carolina.
				157774 (c/n 26018) to AMARC as 7H184 Feb 1, 1988
				157775 (c/n 26019) to AMARC as 7H217 Jun 25, 1992.   In 2013 located in a range target storage compound on the SE portion tip of Eglin 
					AFB, no public access.  Range ID 17 HE
				157776 (c/n 26020) w/o Mar 2, 1982.
				157777 (c/n 26021) to MASDC as 7H086 Apr 26, 1979.  Must have been returned to service, since crashed
					Jun 3, 1991 with HMA-773
				157778 (c/n 26022) to AMARC as 7H221 Aug 4, 1992
				157779 (c/n 26023) to AMARC as 7H205 Jul 23, 1991
				157780 (c/n 26024) w/o Dec 30, 1975
				157781 (c/n 26025) to AMARC as 7H206 Aug 13, 1991
				157783 (c/n 26027) to AMARC as 7H178 Jan 27, 1988
				157784 (c/n 26028) was at Flying Leathernecks Museum, MCAS Miramar, CA.  Noted 
					Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museum, El Toro MCAS, CA
				157785 (c/n 26029) to MASDC as 7H087 Apr 26, 1979, returned to service.
					Back to AMARC as 7H0212 Apr 23, 1992
				157786 (c/n 26030) w/o Jan 11, 1984
				157787 (c/n 26031) to AMARC as 7H220 Aug 4, 1992.   In 2013 located in a range target storage compound on the SE portion tip of Eglin 
					AFB, no public access.  Range ID 14 HE
				157788 (c/n 26032) to AMARC as 7H209 Oct 8, 1991
				157789 (c/n 26033) to AMARC as 7H181 Feb 1, 1988.  W/o Dec 6, 1997 China Lake
				157790 (c/n 26034) to AMARC as 7H218 Aug 4, 1992
				157792 (c/n 26036) crashed at sea during Operation Frequent Wind (the evacuation of Saigon) Apr 29 1975 with HMH-462.
					Both crew escaped.
				157793 (c/n 26037) (HMA-775) crashed in 1991 during Desert Storm.  2 crew killed.
				157794 (c/n 26038) w/o Jan 21, 1980
				157795 (c/n 26039) to AMARC as 7H180 Feb 1, 1988.  Later on display at NAS Atlanta.   In 2013 located in a range target 
					storage compound on the SE portion tip of Eglin AFB, no public access.  Range ID 16 HE
				157796 (c/n 26040) to AMARC as 7H176 Jan 21, 1988
				157797 (c/n 26041) to AMARC as 7H204 Jul 23, 1991
				157798 (c/n 26042) to AMARC as 7H215 May 28, 1992
				157799 (c/n 26043) to AMARC as 7H177 Jan 27, 1988
				157800 (c/n 26044) to AMARC as 7H189 Mar 10, 1989
				157801 (c/n 26045) to AMARC as 7H225 Aug 5, 1992
				157802 (c/n 26046) w/o Sep 29, 1975.
				157803 (c/n 26047) to AMARC as 7H211 Dec 12, 1991
				157804 (c/n 26048) to AMARC as 7H223 Aug 5, 1992
				157805 (c/n 26049) to AMARC as 7H224 Aug 5, 1992
157806/157850		Bell TH-1L Iroquois
				c/n 6401/6445.  Advanced trainer for US Navy based on HH-1K
				157806 (c/n 6401) to N55201, N106SR, N204FW, N457CC
				157807 (c/n 6402) on display at NAS Whiting Field, Florida in Aug 2009.
				157809 (c/n 6404) to N4963F.  Later on display at Hawaii Museum of Flying
				157812 (c/n 6407) w/o Dec 1, 1971 with HT-8
				157814 (c/n 6409) w/o Sep 7, 1977.
				157815 (c/n 6410) to AMARC as 7H113.  To civil registry as N154RR
				157816 (c/n 6411) became N4962E, then N917SF; reregistered N816HF Jan 6, 2003.  At Army Aviation Heritage Foundation,
					Tara Field, GA Jan 2008
				157817 (c/n 6412) at American Helicopter Museum, West Chester Airport, PA in 2006
				157818 (c/n 6413) w/o Nov 11, 1973 with HT-18
				157822 (c/n 6417) to AMARC as 7H112.  To civil registry as N155RR
				157823 (c/n 6418) w/o Nov 30, 1974 with HT-18
				157824 (c/n 6419) was at Flying Leathernecks Museum, MCAS Miramar, CA but is apparently no longer there. 
					Was noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museum, El Toro MCAS, CA 
				157825 (c/n 6420) to MASDC as 7H120 Jun 8, 1983.  To civil registry as N483RR
				157826 (c/n 6421)to MASDC as 7H133 Sep 29, 1983.  To civil registry as N153RR
				157828 (c/n 6423) to MASDC as 7H118 Nov 11, 1983.  To civil registry as N465RR
				157831 (c/n 6426) to MASDC as 7H119 Jun 8, 1983.  To civil registry as N434RR, N540AH, N540GH, CS-HBV
				157832 (c/n 6427) to N5280X
				157833 (c/n 6428) w/o Mar 30, 1976 with HT-18
				157834 (c/n 6429) on display at Historical Aviation Memorial Museum, Tyler, TX.  Civil registries of N911SD, N204VC
				157835 (c/n 6430) preserved Budd McGee Air Park, Inyokern, California
				157837 (c/n w/o Apr 28, 1982 with TW-5
				157838 (c/n 6433) to MASDC as 7H137 Aug 4, 1983.  To civil registry as N838GH.  Preserved at Frontiers of Flight
					Museum, Dallas, Texas
				157839 (c/n 6434) to MASDC as 7H135 Aug 4, 1983.  To civil registry as N8160G
				157840 (c/n 6435) to MASDC as 7H156 Sep 21, 1983.  To civil registry as N151RR, N204AP.  W/o Feb 23, 1994.
				157841 (c/n 6436) to MASDC as 7H159 Sep 30, 1983.  To civil registry as N46F
				157842 (c/n 6437) on display at Naval Air Test and Evaluation Museum, Patuxent, MD.
				157843 (c/n 6438) w/o Jul 16, 1971 with HT-8
				157844 (c/n 6439) to MASDC as 7H160 Sep 29, 1983.  To civil registry as N9770Y,  N27FL
				157845 (c/n 6440) to MASDC as 7H140 Aug 12, 1983.  To civl registry as N5363G
				157848 (c/n 6443) to MASDC.  To civil registry as N5530U.  To MASDC as 7H153 Sep 15, 1983.
				157849 (c/n 6444) to MASDC as 7H154 Sep 21, 1983.  To N58205.
				157850 (c/n 6445) w/o Feb 28, 1976 with HT-18
157851/157858		Bell UH-1L Iroquois
				Utility version of TH-1L for US Navy.  c/n 6210/6217 according to Bell records
				157851 (c/n 6210) w/o Jun 1, 1970 with HAL-3
				157853 (c/n 6212) w/o Dec 23, 1971 with HAL-3
				157854 (c/n 6213) to MASDC as 7H104 Jul 14, 1982.  To civil registry as N4964N
				157855 (c/n 6214) to N70410
				157856 (c/n 6215) to MASDC as 7H096 Apr 30, 1982.  To civil registry as N157LC.
				157857 (c/n 6216) w/o May 5, 1970 with HAL-3
				157858 (c/n 6217) to MASDC as 7H158 Sep 30, 1983.  To N5107J
157859/157903		Bell TH-1L Iroquois
				c/n 6446/6490.  Listed as being cancelled, but 157859 to MASDC as 7H152 Sep 15, 1983.  To XA0293.
157904/157913		Douglas A-4K Skyhawk
				C/n 14084/14093.  For Royal New Zealand AF.  Assigned serial numbers NZ6201/NZ6210.
				157904  C/n 14084. To RNZAF as NZ6201, delivered Jun 16, 1970. Stored at Woodbourne Dec 17. 2001.
 				157905  C/n 14085. To RNZAF as NZ6202, delivered Jun 16, 1970. Stored at Woodbourne Dec 17, 2001.
 				157906  C/n 14086. To RNZAF as NZ6203, delivered 16Jun70. Crashed near Ohakea on 20 Jun 1996. The aircraft lost oil pressure and then 
					suffered an engine failure during a cross country flight.
				157907  C/n 14087. To RNZAF as NZ6204, delivered Jun 16, 1970. Stored at Woodbourne Oct 17, 2001.
 				157908  C/n 14088. To RNZAF as NZ6205, delivered Jun 16, 1970. Stored at Woodbourne Jul 30, 2004.
 				157909  C/n 14089. To RNZAF as NZ6206, delivered Jun 16, 1970. Stored at Woodbourne Dec 12, 2002.
 				157910  C/n 14090. To RNZAF as NZ6207, delivered Jun 16, 1970. Crashed into a paddock near Bulls on Oct 18, 1974 after suffering an engine 
					failure in the Ohakea circuit.
 				157911  C/n 14091. To RNZAF as NZ6208, delivered Jun 16, 1970. Crashed off the Wairarapa Coast on Jul 23, 1992. The aircraft suffered an 
					engine failure and the pilot successfully ejected.
 				157912  C/n 14092. To RNZAF as NZ6209, delivered Jun 16, 1970. Stored at Woodbourne Dec 17, 2001.
 				157913  C/n 14093. To RNZAF as NZ6210, delivered Jun 16, 1970. Crashed at Ohakea on Oct 24, 1989 when returning from a formation 
					training exercise. The aircraft struck another aircraft in the formation during a run in and break and crashed into the ground.
157914/157917		Douglas TA-4K Skyhawk
				C/n 14094/14097.  For Royal New Zealand AF.  Assigned serial numbers NZ6251/NZ6254.
				157914  C/n 14094. To RNZAF as NZ6251, delivered Jun 16, 1970.  Stored at Woodbourne 19Oct01.  To Draken International at Lakeland 
					as N140EM, registered 1Mar13.
 				157915  C/n 14095. To RNZAF as NZ6252, delivered Jun 16, 1970.  Stored at Woodbourne Aug 21, 2002. To Draken International at 
					Lakeland as N141EM, registered 1Mar 1, 2013.
 				157916  C/n 14096. To RNZAF as NZ6253, delivered Jun 16, 1970.  Crashed in the Ruahine Ranges about 25 kilometers from Taihape 
					during a low level training exercise on 25 Mar 25, 1981.  The aircraft crashed in dense bush near the top of a ridge.
 				157917  C/n 14097. To RNZAF as NZ6254, delivered Jun 16, 1970. Stored at Woodbourne Oct 19, 2001
157918/157925		Douglas A-4H Skyhawk
				C/n 14098/14105
				For Israel
157926/157929		Douglas TA-4H Skyhawk
				C/n 14106/14109
				For Israel
157930/157931		Sikorsky CH-53D Sea Stallion
				c/ns are from Helis.com
				157930 (c/n 65-333) to AMARC as 2J0099 Nov 25, 1996.  To Wiggins Group yard,
					back to AMARC as 2J0123 Sep 10, 2004.
				157931 (c/n 65-334) to AMARC as 2J080 Sep 21, 1994.  To Wiggins Group yard,
					back to AMARC as 2J0124 Sep 10, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
157932/157933		Schweizer X-26A 
				Low-noise high aspect ratio wing target acquisition research aircraft
					derived from Schweizer SGS.2-32 sailplane
				157932 crashed Mar 1971, pilot killed
				157933 crashed May 18, 1972, pilot killed.
157934			Lockheed P-3C Orion
				cancelled contract
157935/157976		Bell UH-1E Iroquois
				cancelled contract
157977/157979		Grumman EA-6B Prowler
				cancelled contract
157980			Grumman F-14A-1-GR Tomcat
				Model 303 prototype.  First flight Dec 21, 1970.  Suffered hydraulic failure on second flight 
					Dec 30, 1970 and crashed on approach to Calverton.  Crew ejected safely. 
157981			Grumman F-14A-5-GR Tomcat
				w/o 5/13/1974 after suffering inflight hydrazine APU fire.
					Landed safely but written off due to extensive damage.
157982			Grumman F-14A-10-GR Tomcat
				On exhibit at Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, NY.
157983			Grumman F-14A-15-GR Tomcat
				c/n 4.  To MASDC as 1K0004 Oct 27, 1981.  SOC 12/1985.
157984			Grumman F-14A-20-GR Tomcat
				At National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola FL.
157985			Grumman F-14A-25-GR Tomcat
				Crashed 6/20/1973 when AIM-7 pitched up on launch and ruptured
					a fuel tank, causing a fire which forced the crew to eject.
157986			Grumman F-14A-30-GR Tomcat
				C/n 007.  Modified as F-14B, which was to be powered by the winner of the Advanced Technology Engine 
					competiion.  Prototypes of the winning Pratt and Whitney F401-P-400 were installed and first flown
					Sep 12, 1973.  The F-14B program was cancelled and the aircraft was stored by Grumman.  Removed
					from storage 7 years later and fitted with the General Electric F101 Derivative Fighter Engine, and
					first flew Jul 14, 1981.  Used for developing the F-14A(Plus) and the F-14D.  Now on display at
					Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York, NY.
157987			Grumman F-14A-35-GR Tomcat
				W/o 5/13/1974 after suffering engine fire on ground at
					NAS Patuxent River, MD.
157988			Grumman F-14A-40-GR Tomcat
				c/n 9.  To MASDC as 1K0005 Mar 12, 1982.  On exhibit at NAS Oceana Air Park, VA.
157989			Grumman F-14A-45-GR Tomcat
				Crashed Jun 30, 1972 into Chesapeake Bay while practicing for airshow at NAS Patuxent River, MD.
157990			Grumman F-14A-50-GR Tomcat
				c/n 11.  To MASDC as 1K0007 Oct 21, 1982.  On display at March Field Museum, CA.
157991			Grumman F-14A-55-GR Tomcat
				Used by NASA Dryden Flight Research Center from 1970.  Returned to US Navy in 1987 and used for 
					testing of thrust vectoring system at NATC.  SOC Sep 30, 1990.
157992/157999		Lockheed YS-3A Viking
				157993 on display at NAS Jacksonville, FL.
				157994 (c/n 3003) converted to US-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0031 Aug 10, 1995.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				157995 (c/n 3004) converted to US-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0034 Jan 29, 1996.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				157996 converted to US-3A.  Crashed with VRC-50 off NAS Cubi Point, Philippines Jan 20, 1989.
				157997 (c/n 3006) converted to US-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0033 Dec 1, 1995.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				157998 converted to US-3A *Miss Piggy*.  Will be displayed on the Midway Memorial
158000/158001		Lockheed C-130 Hercules
				contract cancelled
158002/158028		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E-9-CV Corsair II
				158002 (c/n E-318) to AMARC as 6A0287 Feb 24, 1989.
				158003 (c/n E-319) on display at Cannon Creek Airpark, south of Lake City, FL 
				158004 (c/n E-320) to AMARC as 6A0350 Apr 27, 1990
				158005 (c/n E-321) to AMARC as 6A0275 Jun 17, 1988
				158006 (c/n E-322) with VA-195 shot down by SAM over North Vietnam Apr 6, 1972.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				158007 (c/n E-323, VA-12) W/o Jun 23, 1972.
				158008 (c/n E-324)  to AMARC as 6A0198 Sep 5, 1986
				158009 (c/n E-325) to AMARC as 6A0234 Aug 19, 1987
				158010 (c/n E-326, VA-195) crashed in California desert near Lone Pine, CA Jun 3, 1983.  Pilot killed.
				158011 (c/n E-327) to AMARC as 6A0393 Feb 27, 1991
				158012 (c/n E-328) seen in scrapyard in North Hollywood
				158013 (c/n E-329) to AMARC as 6A0306 Nov 28, 1989.
				158014 (c/n E-330) to AMARC as 6A0219 Feb 11, 1987
				158015 (c/n E-331) with VA-147 hit by ground fire 12 mi NW of Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam
					May 17, 1972.  Pilot was able to fly out over Gulf of Tonkin, but plane caught fire and pilot forced to
					eject and was rescued by Navy HH-3A helicopter.
				158016 (c/n E-332) front fuselage noted Mar 2006 at National Museum
					of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				158017 (c/n E-333) to AMARC as 6A0333 Apr 2, 1990.
				158018 (c/n E-334, VA-15) w/o Nov 4, 1980.
				158019 (c/n E-335) to AMARC as 6A0318 Mar 12, 1990
				158020 (c/n E-336, VA-192) W/o Apr 22, 1977.
				158021 (c/n E-337) to Greek AF
				158022 (c/n E-338, VA-147) w/o Sep 16, 1973.\
				158023 (c/n E-339) w/o Jun 25, 1974.
				158024 (c/n E-340, VA-81) w/o Aug 10, 1975.
				158025 (c/n E-341) to AMARC as 6A0274 Jun 14, 1988.
				158026 (c/n E-342) is at the Heritage of Flight Museum, Lincoln, IL.   Participated in Desert Storm.
				158027 (c/n E-343, VA-81) w/o Jan 15, 1978
				158028 (c/n E-344, VA-81) w/o Jun 25, 1978.
158029/158040		Grumman EA-6B-30-GR Prowler
				Model G-128.  C/n P6/P17.
				158029 (c/n P6) SOC Oct 18, 2006.  Seen at NATTC yard NAS Pensacola Jan 21, 2011 
				158030 (c/n P7) to AMARC Oct 2, 2009.
				158031 (c/n P8) SOC at Whidbey Island Feb 26, 1980.
				158032 (c/n P9) SOC on-site Apr 2008.   Cut up completed Jun 2009.
				158033 (c/n MP-10) SOC Aug 10, 2005.
				158034 (c/n P11) to Tinker for static display Sep 9, 2011
				158035 (c/n P12) SOC May 18, 2007.  Cutup completed Jan 2009.
				158036 (c/n P13) put on static display at NAS Whidbey Island Oct 2007.
				158037 (VAQ-134) crashed near Palermo, Sicily Dec 16, 1979.  3 crewmen ejected safely, one killed.
				158038 (VAQ-131) crashed Nov 16, 1971 near Edmonton, Canada due to hydraulic failure and
					fire warning.  All crew ejected safely.
				158039 (c/n MP-16) SOC Nov 16, 2005.  Cut up completed Jul 2008.
				158040 modified to ICAP I.  To AMARC Sep 30, 2009.
158041/158052		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				c/n I-499/510
				158041 sunk for use as artificial reef
				158042 to AMARC as 5A0197 Jun 25, 1996.
				158045 to AMARC as 5A0160 Jul 6, 1995.
				158046 to AMARC as 5A0093 Mar 14, 1994.
				158051 to AMARC as 5A0069 Jun 8, 1993
				158052 to AMARC as 5A0171 Oct 2, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2000
158053/158072		Grumman KA-6D
				contract cancelled
158073/158147		Douglas TA-4J Skyhawk
				C/n 14110/14184
				158073 on display at NAS JRB, Fort Worth, TX.
				158074 (TW-2) crashed at NAS Corpus Christi, TX 4/12/1989.
				158075 to AMARC as 3A0818 Aug 25, 1994
				158079 to AMARC as 3A0690 Sep 22, 1992
				158081 to AMARC as 3A0630 Jan 10, 1992
				158083 to AMARC as 3A0693 Jan 13, 1993
				158085 (VT-22) overturned on landing at NAS Kingsville, TX Jun 14, 1993
					and w/o.
				158087 on display at Corpus Christi Naval Air Station< Texas.
				158092 to AMARC as 3A0719 Aug 4, 1993
				158093 to AMARC as 3A0812 Aug 18, 1994
				158094 on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				158095 to AMARC as 3A0667 Jul 28, 1992
				158098 (TW-1) collided with TA-4J 158125 Dec 10, 1990 and crashed into
					Gulf of Mexico.
				158099 to AMARC as 3A0627 Jan 8, 1992
				158100 to AMARC as 3A0645 Feb 27, 1992
				158101 to AMARC as 3A0663 Jul 27, 1992
				158105 to AMARC as 3A0831 Sep 15, 1994
				158106 preserved at NAS Patuxent River, MD Jan 2006
				158107 served with Blue Angels.  To AMARC as 3A0866 Oct 6, 1999.  SOC Sep 16, 2003
				158108 to AMARC as 3A0628 Jan 8, 1992
				158109 to AMARC as 3A0845 Jul 15, 1997
				158110 to AMARC as 3A0867 Oct 6, 1999.  SOC Sep 16, 2003
				158111 w/o Dec 17, 1975
				158112 to AMARC as 3A0721 Aug 11, 1993
				158113 damaged beyond repair in wheels-up landing at NAF El Centro, CA Oct 10,.1992.  SOC.
				158116 (VT-7) crashed Feb 10, 1984.
				158117 to AMARC as 3A0821 Sep 1, 1994
				158118 to AMARC as 3A0853 Sep 8, 1999.  SOC Sep 16, 2003
				158119 (c/n 14156) to AMARC as 3A0861 Sep 15, 1999.  SOC Mar 15, 2000.
				158121 suffered engine failure at NAS Meridian, MS Aug 6, 1986.
					Crew ejected safely.
				158122 to AMARC as 3A0605 Aug 26, 1991
				158125 (TW-1) collided with TA-4J 158093 Dec 10, 1990 and crashed into 
					Gulf of Mexico.
				158126 to AMARC as 3A0761 Apr 7, 1994.  Seen in scrapyards outside AMARC 1998
				158127 w/o Sep 6, 1978
				158128 registered as N128TA with Welcome LA of Monroe, WA.
				158131 to AMARC as 3A0844 Jul 15, 1997
				158134 to AMARC as 3A0842 Oct 4, 1996
				158136 to AMARC as 3A0852 Sept 8, 1999. SOC Sep 16, 2003
				158137 retired Apr 4, 2003 from VC-8 at Roosevelt Roads, PR and flown to Oakland, CA to be retired
					to USS Hornet Museum, Alameda, CA.
				158140 to AMARC as 3A0868 Oct 6, 1999.  SOC Sep 16, 2003
				158141 (c/n 14178) on civil regiatry as N234LT
				158142 (c/n 14179) to AMARC as 3A0849 Sept 1, 1999.  SOC Jan 20, 2000.  
				158143 to AMARC as 3A0635 Jan 28, 1992
				158144 to AMARC as 3A0838 Jul 29, 1996
				158147 to AMARC as 3A0624 Nov 26, 1991
158148/158196		Douglas A-4M Skyhawk
				C/n 14185/14233.  For Marines
				158148 at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI.
				158149 (VMA-131) crashed near NAS Willow Grove, PA Jan 12, 1990
				158151 w/o Sep 9, 1981
				158155 (c/n 14192) to AMARC as 3A0785 Jun 17, 1994.
				158156 (c/n 14193) to AMARC as 3A0542 Feb 15, 1989
				158160 (c/n 14197) to AMARC as 3A0779 May 25, 1994.
				158161 (c/n 14198) to Argentina in 1995 as C-906.  Crashed near Justo
					Daract, San Luis Province Jul 6, 2005.  Pilot killed.
				158162 (VMA-142) crashed during sortie from MCAS Yuma, AZ Jan 9, 1990.
				158164 (c/n 14201) to AMARC as 3A0586 Dec 10, 1990.  To Argentina
					as A-4AR FAA C-917
				158161 to Argentina in 1995
				158167 to Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-907
				158168 (c/n 14205) to AMARC as 3A0546 Apr 4, 1989.
				158170 (c/n 14207) to AMARC as 3A0582 Dec 5, 1990.
				158171 (c/n 14208) to AMARC as 3A0771.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR C-919.  
					Noted stored Mar 2004 at Villa Reynolds
				158173 (c/n 14210) to AMARC as 3A0815 Aug 18, 1994.
				158174 (c/n 14211) to AMARC as 3A0652 Jun 5, 1992.
				158176 (c/n 14213) to AMARC as 3A0587 Dec 10, 1990.
				158177 (c/n 14214) to AMARC as 3A0576 Jan 10, 1990.
				158178 (c/n 14215) to AMARC as 3A0588 Dec 13, 1990.  To Argentina 
					in 1995 as A-4AR C-908.  Noted stored Mar 2004 at Villa Reynolds.
				158180 (c/n 14217) removed from DRMO scrapyard
				158181 (c/n 14218) to AMARC as 3A0563 Jul 20, 1989.
				158182 on display at NAS Willow Grove, PA
				158184 (c/n 14221) to AMARC as 3A0539 Feb 1, 1989
				158185 (c/n 14222) to AMARC as 3A0543 Feb 17, 1989.
				158186 (c/n 14223) to AMARC as 3A0589 Dec 13, 1990.
				158187 (c/n 14224) with VMAT-102 crashed Jun 12, 1985 following loss of engine
					oil pressure.  Pilot ejected.
				158188 (c/n 14225, VMA-331) crashed near Dothan, AL Nov 30, 1974 after
					engine seizure after object was ejected from VSCF generator
					failure and entered intake.  Pilot ejected but chute 
					deployed but never opened and pilot was killed.
				158192 (c/n 14229) to AMARC as 3A0583 Dec 5, 1990.
				158193 to Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-910.
				158194 (c/n 14231) to AMARC as 3A0560 Jul 13, 1989.  To Barry Goldwater
					Range, Gila Bend, AZ as target
				158195 on display at Western Aerospace Museum, SF-Oakland IAP, CA.
				158196 (c/n 14233) to AMARC as 3A0561 Jul 13, 1989.
158197/158201		Northrop T-38A Talon
				Acquired from USAF for use by Naval Test Pilot School
					at NATC Patuxent River, Maryland..
					Were USAF 68-8194,8209,8212,8214,8216.
				158197 (ex 68-8194) crashed into Chesapeake Bay Nov 16, 1972.
				158199 (ex 68-8212) assigned to USNTPS.  Crashed Oct 24, 1974.  1 killed.
158202/158203		Martin RM-1 
				Two commercial Martin 4-0-4 airliners acquired by US Coast Guard as RM-1G ser no 1282 and 1283.  
				Redesignated VC-3A in 1962 and transferred to US Navy.
				158202 (c/n 14290) to MASDC as 8C0001 Jan 1, 1971.  To civil registry as N13415.  Crashed off Punta Fija, Venezuela Nov 10, 1978
				158203 (c/n 14291) to civil registry as N13416 with School of the Ozarks.  WFU
					at Point Lookout, Missouri Oct 1974.
158204/158214		Lockheed P-3C-130-LO Orion
				158204 to NP-3C with VX-20
				158205 (c/n 285A-5549) to AMARC as 2P0212 Mar 31, 2004
				158207 (c/n 285A-5552) to AMARC as 2P0212 Mar 31, 2004.  To Republic of China Navy in 2010.
				158211 (c/n 285A-5556) to AMARC as 2P0204 Feb 11, 2004
				158212 (c/n 285A-5557) to AMARC as 2P0210 Mar 16, 2004
				158213 (c/n 285A-5558, VP-50) struck tram wires, Pago Pago, American Samoa 
					Apr 17, 1980.  6 killed.
158215/158226		Lockheed P-3C-135-LO Orion
				158215 (c/n 285A-5560) on active service with VP-16 in 2011.
				158216 (c/n 285A-5561) to AMARC as 2P0230 Dec 7, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				158217 (c/n 285A-5562) ditched 5 mi off Masirah Airport, Oman
					Mar 25, 1995 after encountering multiple engine failures
					during approach.  11 crew survived. (ASN).  Fairly intact remains of aircraft dumped at Fudairah airport,
					UAE.
				158218 (c/n 285A-5563) to AMARC as 2P0208 Mar 9, 2004.  Scrapped at HVF West, Tucson, AZ
				158219 (c/n 285A-5564) to AMARC as 2P0197 Jan 13, 2004
				158220 (c/n 285A-5565) to AMARC as 2P0221 Jun 30, 2004
				158221 (c/n 285A-5566) to AMARC as 2P0195 Jan 6, 2004
				158222 (c/n 285A-5567) on active service with VP-4 in 2011.
				158223 (c/n 285A-5568) to AMARC as 2P0218 Jun 8, 2004
				158229 (c/n 285A-5569) with VP-4 in 2013-14
				158226 (c/n 285A-5571) to AMARC as 2P0224 Aug 24, 2004
158227			Lockheed RP-3D-130-LO Orion
				C/n 285A-5551.  Project MAGNET *Roadrunner*.  To AMARC as 2P0194 Dec 29, 1993.
					Returned to service with US Navy.  In 2008 was with VX-30, Point Mugu, CA,
					now designated as NP-3D.  To AMARC as 2P0194 Dec 29, 2003, returned to service Sep 14, 2005
158228/158229		Lockheed DC-130A Hercules
				C-130As transferred to Navy from USAF.
				158228 (c/n 182-3048) ex USAF 55-0021.  To MASDC as 2G0003 Jun 8, 1979.  No
					engines by Mar 2000, sold Aug 2002, at Minden scrapyard Dec 2002.
				158229 (c/n 182-3099) ex USAF 56-0491.  To MASDC as 2G0004 Aug 1979.  To commercial 
					market in Oct 1986 as N7924V.  Reregistered J6-SLQ in St Lucia.  Crashed on takeoff from
					Luanda, Algola Jun 10, 1991.
158230/158291		Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				158230 (c/n 31401) converted to HH-1N.  To AMARC as 7H235 Apr 15,1993
				158231 (c/n 31402) converted to HH-1N.  To AMARC as 7H0245 Feb 29, 1996
				158232 (c/n 31403) in 2013 was retired by USMC at New River, was attached to VMM-266
				158233 (c/n 31404) converted to HH-1N.  To AMARC as 7H0243 May 19, 1995
				158235 (c/n 31406) converted to HH-1N.  To AMARC as 7H0246 Apr 3, 1996.  T0 N85365
				158237 w/o Jan 17, 1986
				158238 (c/n 31409) converted to HH-1N.  To AMARC as 7H0248 Jun 20, 1996.  To N8525H
				158240 (c/n 31411) converted to HH-1N.  To AMARC as 7H0241 Apr 17, 1995.  To N8528D
				158244 (c/n 31415) converted to HH-1N.  Crashed at NAS Fallon May 1, 2003 when
					it impacted runway and rolled over during autorotation practice.  Although classed as
					repairable, it was SOC Oct 30, 2003 and was not repaired.
				158245 (c/n 31416) converted to HH-1N.  To AMARC as 7H240 Sep 24, 1993
				158246 (c/n 31417) converted to HH-1N.  SOC Sep 10, 2005.
				158248 SOC Jul 16, 2009
				158249 9c/n 31420) crashed near Royds, Antarctica Oct 31, 1992.  3 killed.
				158250 (c/n 31421) converted to HH-1N.  SOC May 28, 2005
				158252 w/o Apr 8, 1999
				158253 (c/n 31424) converted to HH-1N.  SOC Jan 31, 2005
				158255 w/o Jul 28, 1987
				158256 SOC Mar 6, 2009
				158258 (c/n 31429) converted to HH-1N.  To AMARC as 7H0251 Sep 26, 1997
				158259 SOC May 20, 2009
				158264 to MASDC as 7H070 Oct 14, 1977
				158266 to AMARC Sep 26, 2012
				158269 to MASDC as 7H055 Jun 30, 1977
				158270 to MASDC as 7H061 Jul 25, 1977
				158271 to MASDC as 7H058 Jul 14, 1977.  Returned to Service.  Back to AMARC Aug 21, 2012
				158272 to MASDC as 7H056 Jul 11, 1977.  SOC Apr 7, 2009
				158273 w/o at China Lake, CA Aug 20, 1979.
				158275 to MASDC as 7H062 Jul 25, 1977.  Must have been returned to
					service since back to AMARC as 7H0236 Jun 21, 1993.
				158276 reported missing Aug 16, 2007 during routine training flight
					over Yuma Proving Grounds, AZ.  Wreckage found the next day
					near Colorado River 20 mi N of Yuma.  4 killed, one survived.
					(AFM 10/2007)
				158277 (c/n 31618) converted to VH-1N VIP aircraft, then to UH-1N.  To AMARC Mar 1, 2010
				158278 (c/n 31619) converted to VH-1N VIP aircraft, then to HH-1N.  to MASDC as 7H060 Jul 25,
					1977.  SOC Sep 30, 2005.
				158280 (HMM-264(R)) DBR in hard landing at Lamu Manda,
					Kenya Mar 5, 2007 during Exercise Edged Mallet.  All 6
					occupants survived. AFM 5/2007.
				158282 (c/n 31623) to AMARC as AN7H0250 Oct 25, 1996
				158283 (c/n 31624) converted to HH-1N.  To AMARC as AN7H0247 Apr 3, 1996
				158286 (c/n 31627) SOC Mar 6, 2009.  To N911HN
				158288 (HH-1N) SOC Sep 22, 2006
				158289 to AMARC Dec 1, 2011.  SOC Feb 25, 2012
				158290 (c/n 31631) converted to HH-1N.  To AMARC as AN7H0242 Apr 17, 1995
158292/158309		North American OV-10B Bronco
				Model NA-338.  For Germany
				158292 (c/n 338-1) to West German AF as D-9545, later 99+16.  Preserved at Hermeskeil
				158293 (c/n 338-2) to West German AF as D-9546, later 99+17.  Currently instructional airframe at Buckeburg
				158294 to Luftwaffe as D-9545, later 99+18.  at International Luftfahrt Museum, Villingen-Schwenigen, Germany.  
					Registered G-ONAA Nov 30, 2011
				158298 (c/n 338-6) at Luftfahrttechnicher Msuseumverein Rothenburg
				158300 (c/n 338-9) to West German AF as D-9553, later 99+24.  Became
					F-AZKM.
				158301 (c/n 338-10) rebuilt to flying status as OV-10A by Cactus Air Force.  On civil registry as N338RC.
				158302 (c/n 338-11) to West German AF as D-9555, later 99+26.  Now with Aircraft Restoration
					Company, Duxford, UK as G-BZGL.
				158303 at Musee Europeen de l'Aviation de Chasse, Montelimar, France
				158304 (c/n 338-13) to West German AF as D-9557, later 99+28.  Preserved at Speyer museum.
				158308 (c/n 338-17) to West German AF as D-9561, then 99+32.  Registered G-BZGK
					Jun 9, 2000.  Based at Duxford, England painted in its Luftwaffe colors.
					Made first flight after extensive restoration Jul 11,2007.
				158309 at Luftwaffe Museum, Gatow, Berlin, Germany
158310/158333		Rockwell T-2C Buckeye
				c/n 340-1/24
				158311 (c/n 340-2) SOC May 31, 2000
				158312 (c/n 340-3) WFU at Pensacola and SOC Sep 8, 2003.  At
					Museum at McMinnville, OR Jun 2006
				158313 (c/n 340-4) had been stored at Victoria, BC
					since 1996.  Registration N59CV reserved Nov 1, 2006,
					taken up Dec 28, 2006.  
				158314 (c/n 340-5) to AMARC as 2T0270 Mar 23, 2004
				158315 (c/n 340-6) to AMARC as 2T0187 Feb 12, 1992
				158316 (c/n 340-7) to AMARC as 2T0246 Jul 16, 2003.  SOC Dec 5, 2003
				158317 (c/n 340-8) to AMARC as 2T0183 Jan 29, 1992
				158319 (c/n 340-10) to AMARC a 2T0237 Apr 17, 2003.
				158320 (c/n 340-11) with VX-20 at NAS Patuxent River, MD in 2009
				158321 SOC Mar 6, 2009
				158323 (c/n 340-14) to AMARC as 2T0216 Mar 25, 1993
				158325 (c/n 340-16) SOC Apr 28, 2000.
				158326 (c/n 340-17) SOC Aug 9, 2006
				158327 (c/n 340-18) WFU at Pensacola and SOC Jan 28, 2003.  In 2012 was on ramp stored behind Naval Aviation
					Museum, Pensacola, Florida.
				158328 (c/n 340-19) SOC Dec 1, 2005
				158330 (c/n 340-21) to AMARC as 2T0293 Jun 20, 2006.  SOC Nov 29, 2006
				158331 (c/n 340-22) to AMARC as 2T0203 Aug 18, 1992
				158332 (c/n 340-23) to AMARC as 2T0240 May 22, 2003
				158333 (c/n 340-24) to AMARC as 2T0236 Apr 17, 2003.  Forward fuselage section at National Museum of Naval Avation,
					Pensacola, FL.
158334/158345		Boeing Vertol CH-46F Sea Knight -- Contract cancelled
158346/158354		McDonnell F-4J-45-MC Phantom
				158346 converted to F-4S.  Crashed onto USS Forrestal Sep 14, 1982, exploded and fell into
					Red Sea, destroying unidentified A-7E and F-4S.  One crew member killed.
				158348 (c/n 4052) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0207 Oct 23, 1985
				158349 w/o Aug 5, 1980
				158350 (c/n 4062) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0227 May 19, 1986
				158351 (QF-4S) at Pont Mugu, CA and on static display at
					Van Nuys, CA Airfair.
				158352 (c/n 4073) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0320 Nov 22, 1988
				158353 (F-4S) SOC Jan 29, 2003, transferred to Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.
				158354 (c/n 4085) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0269 Mar 30, 1987
158355/158365		McDonnell F-4J-46-MC Phantom
				158355 (c/n 4091) front fuselage noted Mar 2006 at National Museum
					of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				158356 (c/n 4096) to MASDC as 8F0181 Feb 7, 1985
				158361 lost in non-combat accident Jan 29, 1973.
				158363 (c/n 4136) to MASDC as 8F0187 Mar 28, 1985
				158364 collided in midair with F-4J 158379 over Coso Range Jun 26, 1972.  Both crews ejected safely.
				158365 (c/n 4146) to MASDC as 8F0185 Mar 21, 1985
158366/158379		McDonnell F-4J-47-MC Phantom
				158366 lost in non-combat accident Jan 29, 1973.
				158367 (c/n 4153) w/o Apr 19, 1972
				158369 (c/n 4162) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0321 Nov 23, 1988
				158370 (QF-4S) SOC Jan 29, 2003
				158371 w/o Jan 7, 1980
				158372 (c/n 4175) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0315 Nov 21, 1988
				158373 (c/n 4178) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0310 Oct 27, 1988.  Now in
					outdoor storage at Flying Leatherneck Museum,
					Miramar, CA.
				158376 (c/n 4190) converted to F-4S.  To AMARC as 8F0322 Nov 23, 1988
				158377 converted to F-4S. Flew into ground near MCAS Yuma, AZ Jul 13, 1982.  Both crew killed.
				158378 (c/n 4198) to MASDC as 8F0179 Jan 25, 1985
				158379 collided in midair with F-4J 158364 Jun 26, 1972 while
					training over the Coso Range. Both crews ejected safely.
158380/158383		North American Rockwell CT-39E Sabreliner
				Initially designated VT-39E
				158380 (c/n 282-95) ex N2255B to NASA as N425NA
				158381 (c/n 282-93) ex N4701N. Crashed in South China Sea off
					Spratly Islands Jul 12, 1988 on flight from Singapore to Subic Bay,
					Philippines.  3 crewmembers rescued by a
					Vietnamese fishing boat and returned July 19
				158382 (c/n 282-92) ex N2676B.  Registered N825SB to Tulsa Technology
					Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma and still present in October 2013
				158383 (c/n 282-96) ex N4705M.  Reported Nov 2004 as being parted out
					by Dobson International Parts, KS.
158384/158395		Hawker Siddeley AV-8A Harrier
				Harrier Mk 50 purchased by Navy for USMC. C/n 712062/1-712070/9, 
					712088/10-712090/12.  Also had RAF serials XW644/XW655.
				158384 converted to YAV-8C.  Crashed Sep 5, 1980 during loss of
					power on takeoff from USS Tarawa.
				158385 to NASA as N716NA
				158386 (VMA-513) failed to recover from dive over Chesapeake Bay
					Jun 18, 1971.  Pilot killed.
				158387 converted to AV-8C.  Became N719NA.  To Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum, Miramar, CA in 2008.
				158388 (VMA-513) crashed MCAS Beaufort Mar 27, 1973 after birdstrike.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				158389 converted to AV-8C
				158390 converted to AV-8C
				158391 (c/n 712069/8) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0034 Dec 17, 1986
				158392 (c/n 712070/9) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0035 Dec 17, 1986
				158393 (c/n 712088/10) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0026 Sep 26, 1986.  There is a 
					report that the aircraft crashed Aug 26, 1982 with VMA-513.
					If it went to AMARC, it must have been repaired.
				158394 modified by McDonnell Douglas as YAV-8B-2.  To NASA as N704NA.  Now on display at Aviation Challenge Museum, Huntsville, AL.
				158395 modified by McDonnell Douglas as YAV-8B-2.  Crashed at Lake of the Ozarks Nov 15, 1979
					due to engine problem.  Pilot ejected safely.
158396/158411		North American OV-10C Bronco
				Model NA-342, c/n 342-001/016.  For Thailand as 1/2513, 2/2513, 3/2514 to 16/2514
				158397 (J5-12/13) reported w/o Dec 1975
				148399 (c/n 342-004) in service with Philippine AF and reported w/o Feb 24, 2010.
				158403 (J5-8/14) reported w/o 1987
				158405 (c/n 342-10) to Royal Thai AF as J5-10/14.  To RTAF Museum, Don Muang.
				158407 (J5-12/14) reported w/o Oct 16, 1979
				158408 (J5-13/14) reported w/o Aug 1988
				158409 (J5-14/14) reported w/o Mar 22, 1994
				158410 (J5-15/14) reported w/o Nov 1994.
158412/158435		Douglas A-4M Skyhawk
				C/n 14234/14257.  For Marines
				158413 (c/n 14235) to Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR C-925.  Noted stored Mar 2004 at Villa Reynolds
				158414 to AMARC as 3A0662 Jul 25, 1992.  To Argentina in 1995.
				158416 (c/n 14238) to AMARC as 3A0545 Mar 29, 1989. To Barry Goldwater
					Range, Gila Bend, AZ as target.
				158417 to AMARC as 3A0776.  To Argentina in 1995.
				158418 w/o Jul 7, 1980
				158419 to AMARC as 3A0677 Sep 5, 1992.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-909.
				158421 w/o Nov 1981
				158422 (c/n 14244) to MASDC as 3A0520 Apr 18, 1977, returned to
					service.  Back to AMARC as 3A0784 Jun 17, 1994.
				158423 to AMARC as 3A0692 Oct 23, 1992.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-918.
				158424 (c/n 14246) to AMARC as 3A0575 Jan 3, 1990.
				158426 to AMARC as 3A0772.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-920.
				158427 (c/n 14249) to AMARC as 3A0557 Jun 16, 1989.  To Barry 
					Goldwater Range, Gila Bend, AZ as target.
				158428 to AMARC as 3A0597 Apr 15, 1994.  To Argentina in 1995
				158429 to AMARC as 3A0544 Mar 24, 1989.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-911
				158430 on display at NAS JRB Fort Worth, TX.  Placed on loan to the Sequatchie County Memorial Park, Dunlap, TN.
				158433 (c/n 14255) noted dismantled with Black Shadow Aviation, Herlong Airport, Florida in Nov 1991.
				158435 (c/n 14257) to AMARC as 3A0573 Dec 1, 1989.  To Barry Goldwater
					Range, Gila Bend, AZ as target
158436/158437		North American F-86H Sabre
				Drone conversions from USAF.
158438/158452		cancelled contract for Bell UH-1N Iroquois
158453/158527		Douglas TA-4J Skyhawk
				C/n 14258/14332
				158453 to AMARC as 3A0631 Jul 15, 1994
				158454 to AMARC as 3A0754 Mar 28, 1994.  To Indonesia
				158455 to AMARC as 3A0631 Jan 21, 1992
				158456 to AMARC as 3A0700 May 26, 1992
				158459 SOC Aug 25, 2000.
				158460 w/o Nov 17, 1972
				158461 (VT-7) crashed near Meridian, MS 12/27/1989.
				158464 to AMARC as 3A0807 Aug 4, 1994.
				158465 to AMARC as 3A0858 Sept 9, 1999.  SOC Sep 18, 2003
				158466 (c/n 14271) noted with VT-7 in Meerician NAS, Mississippi Mar 1993 and on dump there Sep 1998.
				158467 in storage at Flying Leatherneck Museum, Miramar, CA.  Noted Mar 13, 1993
					at Marine Corps Museum, El Toro MCAS, CA.
				158469 to AMARC as 3A0658 Jun 29, 1992
				158470 to Argentina in 1995 .	
				158473 SOC Aug 25, 2000.
				158474 to AMARC as 3A0859 Sept 14, 1999.  SOC May 30, 2000
				158475 to Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-921
				158476 (VC-5) crashed into sea May 24, 1984.  One crewmember killed.
				158477 to MASDC as 3A0758 Mar 29, 1994.
				158478 to AMARC as 3A0820 Sep 1, 1994
				158479 in 2010 was on display outside K. I. Sawyer Heritage Museum, Marquette, Michigan.
				158483 to AMARC as 3A0783 Jun 17, 1994.  To Argentina in 1995
				158486 while was allegedly w/o Nov 3, 1983, has been registered
					N518TA Jun 11, 2007..  Front section of this aircraft joined with rear of A-4L 148602
					to create fully airworthy example N518TA owned by Pacific Aero Ventures.
				158488 to AMARC as 3A0717 Jul 28, 1993
				158489 to AMARC as 3A0643 Feb 27, 1992
				158490 on display in front of Mustin Beach Officers' Club at
					NAS Pensacola, Pensacola, FL.  Formerly of VT-86
				158491 to AMARC as 3A0699 May 21, 1993
				158495 to AMARC as 3A0706 Jun 23, 1993
				158496 to AMARC as 3A0640 Feb 4, 1992.
				158500 to AMARC as 3A0705 Jun 23, 1993
				158505 to AMARC as 3A0620 Nov 20, 1991
				158506 to AMARC as 3A0639 Feb 4, 1992.
				158507 to AMARC as 3A0684 Sep 21, 1992
				158509 to AMARC as 3A0633 Jan 23, 1992.
				158512 (c/n 14317) to AMARC as 3A0616 Oct 16, 1991.  On display in Ove 2010 in Estrella Warbird
					Museum, Paso Robles, California.
				158513 (c/n 14318) to AMARC as 3A0855 Sep 9, 1999.  SOC Jan 20, 2000
				158516 to AMARC as 3A0638 Jan 31, 1992.
				158519 to AMARC as 3A0648 May 5, 1992.
				158520 to AMARC as 3A0846 May 24, 1999.
				158523 to AMARC as 3A0835 May 23, 1996
				158524 to AMARC as 3A0641 Feb 5, 1992
				158525 to AMARC as 3A0686 Sep 22, 1992
				158526 noted preserved at NAS Meridian Mar 10, 2005.
				158527 to AMARC as 3A0837 Jul 1, 1996
158528/158539		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				c/n I-511/522
				158528 to AMARC as 5A0225 Oct 2, 1996.  SOC Mar 5, 2003
				158529 sunk for use as artificial reef
				158530 (VA-85) crashed into Mediterranean Sea Jul 6, 1981.
					Both crew ejected safely.
				158531 sunk for use as artificial reef
				158532 on display at USS Lexington Museum, Corpus Christi, TX on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation.
				158533 sunk for use as artificial reef
				158535 (VMA(AW)-533) crashed near Patrick AFB, FL Dec 18, 1984.  Both crew killed.
				158536 to AMARC as 5A0239 Jan 15, 1997
				158538 sunk for use as artificial reef
				158539 to AMARC as 5A0122 Jul 27, 1994.  Damaged in Desert Storm with VA-35 Jan 17, 1991 but repaired.
158540/158547		Grumman EA-6B-35-GR Prowler
				c/n P18/P25
				158540 SOC Oct 6, 2010.  Cut up Jun 28, 2011.
				158541 lost Nov 28, 1979, Kitty Hawk.  Returned to Service Apr 1, 1998.
				158542 to AMARC as 5A0132 Sep 28, 1994
				158542 and 158547 melded into one aircraft, numbered 158542.  These planes
					had been experimented upon by Grumman and the Navy, and the goal was to create one workable
					EA-6B out of the two aircraft.  Project is known as FrankenProwler.  Aircraft
					rolled out in 2004.
				158543 SOC Jun 27, 1986, Alameda, CA
				158544 SOC Jun 8, 2008.  Cut up completed Oct 2009.
				158545 SOC Aug 11, 1976 Whidbey Island, WA.
				158546 crashed 80 mi NE of NAS Fallon, NV Apr 13, 1982 (or May 13, 1982).  All three crew members survived.
158548/158550		Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				158548 (c/n 31633) cockpit at Ferguson Airport, Pensacola, FL
				158550 w/o Feb 13, 1976
158551/158554		Bell VH-1N Iroquois
				For use by USMC for the President.
				158551 (c/n 31636) to MASDC as 7H067 Sep 8, 1977, must have been returned to service
					since returned to AMARC as 7H198 Jul 19, 1989.  Was ex Marine-One.  Was at NAS Fallon as an HH-1N rescue
					aircraft at one time,  SOC Mar 6, 2009.  In 2012 was displayed at Battleship Alabama museum.  
				158552 (c/n 31637) converted to HH-1N.  To MASDC as 7H063 Aug 29, 1977.  Returned to service.  Back to
					AMARC as 7H199 Jul 19, 1989.  Must have been returned to
					service since damaged during emergency landing at Merced/Muni-Macready
					Field Apt Jun 13, 2002 while attempting SAR hoist. One civilian was killed.
				158553 (c/n 31638) converted to HH-1N.  To MASDC as AN7H068 Sep 8, 1977.
					Returned to service.  Back to AMARC as AN7H239 Sep 24, 1993.  Must have been
					returned to service, since it crashed Mar 28, 2002.  2 killed, 4 injured. 
				158554 (c/n 31639) converted to HH-1N.  To MASDC as AN7H065 Sep 6, 1977.
158555			Bell UH-1N Iroquois
158556/158557		Bell VH-1N Iroquois
				158556 (c/n 31641)  converted to UH-1N then to HH-1N.  To MASDC as AN7H069 Sep 27, 1977, returned to service.
					Back to MASDC as AN7H069 Sep 27, 1977.  Returned to service.
					(HH-1N, NAS Fallon Base Flight) damaged in heavy landing July 8, 2001.  
					Not repaired and SOC Sep 4, 2001.
				158557 (c/n 31642) converted to HH-1N.  To MASDC as AN7H064 Aug 29, 1977. Back to AMARC Feb 23, 1989.  Now flying
					with Search and Rescue at MCAS Yuma. 
158558/158562		Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				158562 to MASDC as AN7H057 Jul 11, 1977.  Returned to AMARC Jan 26, 2011
158563/158574		Lockheed P-3C-140-LO Orion
				158565 (c/n 285A-5574) to AMARC as 2P0214 Apr 20, 2004.
				158566 (c/n 285A-5575) to AMARC as 2P0205 Feb 18, 2004.  To Republic of China Navy as 3302 in 2010.
				158567 (c/n 285A-5576) with VP-4 in 2013/14
				158568 in 2008 was with VX-30, Point Mugu, CA, redesignated NP-3C.  SOC May 7, 2009	
				158569 was spotted at the Weapons Survivability Laboratory (WSL), China Lake, CA. in March 2006. She was previously attached to PMTC, Nose Number 34.
					The P-3C was previously attached to VP-10 in 2001 and prior to that VP-45 in 1992 
				158570 to AMARC Apr 18, 2012
				158572 (c/n 285A-5581) to AMARC as 2P0192 Dec 16, 2003.  To Republic of China Navy as 3310 in 2010.
				158573 
158575/158610		Rockwell T-2C Buckeye
				c/n 346-1/36
				158575 (c/n 346-1) to AMARC as 2T0257 Nov 19, 2003
				158576 to AMARC as 2T0190 Feb 19, 1992
				158577 (c/n 346-3) to AMARC as 2T0267 Feb 5, 2004
				158580 (c/n 346-6) to AMARC as 2T0254 Oct 22, 2003
				158581 (c/n 346-7) active with VX-20 at NAS Patuxent River, MD in 2009
				158582 to AMARC as 2T0185 Feb 6, 1992
				158583 was on display near Forrest Sherman Field at NAS Pensacola, FL.
					In 2006 was at Grissom AFB, IN.
				158584 (c/n 346-10) to AMARC as 2T0255 Oct 22, 2003
				158586 SOC Jun 3, 2003
				158588 (c/n 346-14) to AMARC as 2T0286 Jul 7, 2004
				158591 (c/n 346-17) to AMARC as 2T0271 Mar 23, 2004
				158594 (c/n 346-20) to AMARC as 2T0263 Jan 9, 2004
				158595 to AMARC as 2T0217 Apr 23, 1993
				158596 on display at Sampson State Park, Romulus, NY.
				158597 (c/n 346-23) to AMARC as 2T0258 Nov 19, 2003
				158598 to AMARC as 2T0224 Aug 24, 1993
				158599 on display at Texas Air Museum, Caprock Chapter,
					Slaton, TX.
				158601 SOC Mar 6, 2009
				158602 to AMARC as 2T0202 Aug 18, 1992
				158603 to AMARC as 2T0215 Mar 25, 1993
				158605 (c/n 346-31) to AMARC as 2T0294.  SOC NOv 29, 2006
				158607 (c/n 346-33) to AMARC as 2T0260 Dec 10, 2003
				158608 to AMARC as 2T0184 Feb 6, 1992
				158610 w/o March 28, 1995 in midair collison
158611			Bensen X-25A
158612/158619		Grumman F-14A-60-GR Tomcat
				Model G-303
				158612 wfu at Jacksonville and to AMARC as 1K0131 Jan 29,2002.  SOC Sep 25, 2003
				158613 (c/n 14) later modified to Block 130 standards.  Used by NASA Dryden Flight Research Center
					from 1986-87 for laminar flow tests.  In February 1992 was taken to the Naval Surface
					Weapons Center at Dahlgreen, Virginia for use as a ground target for the testing of ordnance.  SOC 4/9/1992.
				158614 later modified to Block 130 standards.  Modified for TARPS pod.
					To MASDC as 1K0001 Apr 16, 1980.  Returned to service.  SOC 11/16/1999.
				158615 later modified to Block 130 standards.  SOC 3/12/1999.  Seen at NAS China Lake in 2008.
				158616 later modified to Block 130 standards.  To AMARC as 1K0002 May 16, 1980.
					Returned to service.  SOC Mar 21, 2001
				158617 (c/n 18) later modified to Block 130 standards.  SOC Oct 10, 2003.  Allocated for preservation by Veterans of
					Foreign Wars Post 7293, Allenton, PA.  Noted there Oct 2003.  
				158618 later modified to Block 130 standards.  To MASDC as 1K0006 Jun 2, 1982.
					Crashed into Arabian Sea (VF-211) Mar 8, 2002
					following failed landing attempt on USS John Stennis.
				158619 crashed after entering spin during engine stall tests NAS
					Patuxent River, MD Feb 22, 1977.  Both crew killed.
158620/158637		Grumman F-14A-65-GR Tomcat
				158620,158637 modified for TARPS pod.
				158620,158624,158626/158637 later modified to Block 130 standards.
				158620 (c/n 21) reported lost with VF-154 over southern Iraq Mar 31, 2003
				158622 (c/n 23) to AMARC as 1K0052 Dec 18, 1991
				158623 on display at NAS Point Mugu, CA.
				158624 SOC Oct 6, 2003
				158627 SOC Dec 6, 2000.
				158628 (c/n 29) to AMARC as 1K0156 Aug 3, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				158629 (VF-101) crashed Jun 18, 2000 at Willow Grove
					Sounds of Freedom airshow at NAS Willow Grove, PA.
					Both crew killed.
				158630 SOC Sep 8, 2003 and scrapped at Fallon
				158632 (c/n 33) to AMARC as 1K0162 Sep 13, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				158633 (c/n 34) to AMARC as 1K0121 Dec 20, 2001.  SOC Sep 25, 2003
				158634 SOC Feb 9, 2002
				158635 (c/n 35, VF-211) collided with 161295 over Red Sea Feb 2, 2004 during
					sortie from USS Enterprise.  Both landed safely.  158635 was only slightly damaged
					but 161295 was declared a writeoff.  158635 to AMARC as 1K0155 Aug 3, 2004, and
					SOC Feb 28, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				158636 Soc 9/23/1999.
				158637 (c/n 38) w/o with VF-102 Sep 23, 2003.
158638/158648		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				Model G-123.  C/n A001/A011.
				158638 (c/n A001) SOC
				158639 (c/n A002)  converted as TE-2C trainer.  SOC
				158640 (c/n A003) to AMARC as 2E0031 Aug 3, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				158641 (c/n A004) to Coast Guard as 3507.  Returned to Navy.  SOC
				158642 (c/n A005) w/o Apr 11, 1975
				158643 (c/n A006) SOC
				158644 (c/n A007) SOC
				158645 (c/n A008) to AMARC as 2E0024 Nov 12, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				158646 (C/n A009). Previously used as ground instructional airframe, 
					was noted on dump at NAS North Island, CA January 2003. SOC
				158647 (c/n A010) to AMARC as 2E0025 Dec 11, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				158648 (c/n A011) to TE-2C trainer.  SOC
158649/158651		Grumman EA-6B-40-GR Prowler
				c/n P26/P28.
				158649 SOC Oct 6, 2010.  Cut up Jul 2011.
				158650 SOC Apr 6, 2012.
				158651 (VAQ-135) crashed into Arabian Sea on takeoff from USS America Jul 10, 1984.
					One crew member killed.
158652/158666		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E-10-CV Corsair II
				158652 (c/n E-345) to AMARC as 6A0360 Jun 4, 1990
				158653 (c/n E-346, VA-192) shot down by AAA over North Vietnam Sept 19, 1972.  Pilot ejected
					safely and was recovered.
				158654 (c/n E-347, VA-83) w/o Apr 22, 1972.
				158655 (c/n E-348, VA-195) crashed into sea astern of USS Kitty Hawk on landing approach Mar 6, 1972.  Pilot killed.
				158656 (c/n E-349, VA-97) w/o May 16, 1972
				158657 (c/n E-350)
				158658 (c/n E-351) to AMARC as 6A0386 Nov 14, 1990.  To Royal Thai Navy Jul 1995
				158659 (c/n E-352, VA-192) crashed into Indian Ocean Oct 30, 1983.  Pilot killed.
				158660 (c/n E-353, VA-174) w/o Aug 16, 1975.
				158661 (c/n E-354)
				158662 (c/n E-355) formerly on display at Naval Air Station, Cecil Field, FL until closed Sep 30, 1999.  Moved to
					Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, FL, where it is on display outside.
				158663 (c/n E-356) to AMARC as 6A0294 Aug 10,1989.
				158664 (c/n E-357, VA-22) w/o Jan 19, 1988
				158665 (c/n E-358) to AMARC as 6A0285 Jul 29, 1988
				158666 (c/n E-359) to AMARC as 6A0291 Jul 24, 1989.  To Royal Thai Navy
158667/158681		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E-11-CV Corsair II
				158667 (c/n E-360, VA-82) crashed shortly after takeoff from USS Nimitz in Mediterranean Feb 24, 1987.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				158668 (c/n E-361, VA-174) w/o Jul 5, 1974.
				158669 (c/n E-362) to AMARC as 6A0351 Apr 27, 1990
				158670 (c/n E-363, VA-81) W/o Jun 19, 1976
				158671 (c/n E-364, VA-83) W/o Jun 2, 1977
				158672 (c/n E-365) to AMARC as 6A0335 Apr 3, 1990.
				158673 (c/n E-366) to AMARC as 6A0295 Aug 14, 1989.
				158674 (c/n E-367) to AMARC as 6A0295 Aug 14,1989.
				158675 (c/n E-368) to AMARC as 6A0288 Apr 27, 1989.
				158676 (c/n E-369, VA-94) w/o Jul 17, 1977
				158677 (c/n E-370)
				158678 (c/n E-371, VA-82) crashed into sea Nov 22, 1981, killing pilot.
				158679 (c/n E-372, VA-122) w/o Dec 18, 1977.
				158680 (c/n E-373, VA-22) W/o Apr 3, 1973.
				158681 (c/n E-374, VA-174) w/o May 9, 1973.
158682/158693		Sikorsky RH-53D Sea Stallion
				c/n 65-355/366 (from Helis.com).  Airborne mine countermeasures variant of H-53.
				158683 to AMARC as 2J0094 May 7, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				158684 to AMARC as 2J0060 Mar 4, 1993
				158685 to AMARC as HC0023 Jun 3, 1991
				158686 (c/n 65-359) abandoned in *Desert Hawk*, Posht-I-Badam, Iran Apr 24, 1980 
					during failed hostage rescue attempt
				158687 (c/n 65-360) w/o Jun 19, 1992
				158689 (c/n 65-362) to AMARC as 2J0095 May 17, 1996
				158690 (c/n 65-363) in Air Victory Museum, Medford, NJ.
				158691 (c/n 65-364) w/o Nov 17, 1991
				158692 (c/n 65-365) preserved at memorial park at NAS Norfolk
				158693 (c/n 65-366) w/o Apr 25, 1980
158694/158711		Hawker Siddeley AV-8A Harrier
				Harrier Mk 50 purchased by Navy for USMC.  C/n 712091/13-712108/30
				158694 converted to AV-8C
				158695 on display at MCAS Yuma, AZ.
				158696 converted to AV-8C
				158697 (c/n 712094) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0025 Jul 16, 1986
				158698 to AMARC as 7A0036.
				158699 (VMA-513) crashed at MCAS Yuma, AZ Sept 22, 1983.  Pilot ejected.
				158700 (c/n 712097) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0027 Sep 26, 1986
				158701 (c/n 712098) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0010 Feb 4, 1986
				158702 (c/n 712099) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0014 Apr 15, 1986
				158703 crashed into Pacific off USS Tarawa Jun 26, 1981.
				158704 converted to AV-8C
				158705 (c/n 712101) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0028 Sep 26, 1986
				158706 converted to AV-8C
				158707 converted to AV-8C
				158708 (VMA-231) crashed off Kadena, Okinawa Nov 29, 1977 after engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				158709 (VMA-542) crashed during landing at NAS Jacksonville Jan 10, 1976.  Pilot ejected safely.
				158710 converted to AV-8C.  Formerly at NAS Memphis, now at Quonset Air Museum, Rhode Island.
				158711 converted to AV-8C
158712/158723		Douglas TA-4J Skyhawk
				C/n 14333/14344
				158712 to AMARC as 3A0824 Sep 8, 1994
				158713 to AMARC as 3A0688 Sep 22, 1992
				158714 to AMARC as 3A0832 Nov 13, 1995				
				158715 to AMARC as 3A0642 Feb 11, 1992
				158716 (c/n 14337) noted Oct 2003 at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS on
					loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation.  Last flew with
					Carrier Training Wing 2, CTW-1, Training Squadron 7, VT-7, at
					NAS Meridian, MS from where it was flown Oct 7, 1999 to
					the Combat Air Museum, Forebes Field, Topeka, KS.  Still there 
					as of Mar 2009. 
				158721 to AMARC as 3A0665 Jul 28, 1992
				158722 served with Blue Angels.  In 2010 was on display aboard USS Lexington Museum, Corpus Christi, TX on loan
					from National Museum of Naval Aviation.
				158723 to MASDC as 3A0513 Nov 18, 1976.  Returned to service.
158724/158725		Sikorsky SH-3D
				for Spain
				158724 c/n 61-499 to Spanish Navy as HS.9-07
158726/158743		Douglas A-4N Skyhawk
				C/n 14345/14362.  For Israel
				158729 (c/n 14348) in service with Israel AF as A-4N AyitM 324.
				158730 (IDF/AF 321 also quoted as 260?) to Advanced Training Systems
					International with civil registration N260WL May 2001.
158744/158761		Sikorsky RH-53D Sea Stallion
				c/n 65-367/384 (from Helis.com)
				158744 abandoned in *Desert Hawk*, Posht-I-Badam Iran Apr 24, 1980 
					during failed hostage rescue attempt
				158745 to AMARC as 2J0105 Sep 23, 1997.  To Wiggins Group yard, back to AMARC as
					2J0125 Sep 10, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				158746 to AMARC as 2J0093 May 13, 1996  To Wiggins Group yard, back to AMARC as
					2J0126 Sep 10, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				158747 w/o Apr 12, 1991.
				158748 on display outside Marine Corps Base, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.
				158749 to AMARC as 2J0102 Jul 11, 1997.  To Wiggins Group yard, back to AMARC as
					2J0127 Sep 10, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				158750 abandoned in *Desert Hawk*, Posht-I-Badam Iran Apr 24, 1980 
					during failed hostage rescue attempt
				158752 to AMARC as 2J0092 Apr 12, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				158753 abandoned in *Desert Hawk*, Posht-I-Badam Iran Apr 24, 1980 
					during failed hostage rescue attempt
				158754 on display as gate guard at JRB NAS Willow Grove, PA.  Moved to MLD, Lakehurse when NAS Willow Grove
					closed.
				158755 to AMARC as 2J0103 Jul 11, 1997.  To Wiggins Group yard, back to AMARC as
					2J0128 Sep 10, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				158756 to AMARC as 2J0096 Oct 7, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				158757 to AMARC as 2J0104 Jul 11, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				158758 abandoned in *Desert Hawk*, Posht-I-Badam Iran Apr 24, 1980 
					during failed hostage rescue attempt
				158759 to AMARC as 2J0098 Oct 29, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				158760 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
				158761 (c/n 65-384) destroyed in *Desert Hawk*, Posht-I-Badam Iran Apr 24, 1980 in collision with EC-130H 62-1809
					during failed hostage rescue attempt.  3 crew killed, two injured.  5 other RH-53Ds were abandoned or
					destroyed at Desert One. 
158762/158785		Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				158763 (HH-1N) SOC Sep 22, 2006
				158764 (c/n 31433) converted to HH-1N 
				158765 (c/n 31434) to Panama as SAN-100 and w/o May 29, 2008 in crash in downtown Panama City with 11 fatalities.
				158766 SOC Jun 4, 2009
				158767 to MASDC as 7H085 Jan 26, 1979
				158768 (c/n 31644) has modified nose with avionics turret.  Seen at NATTC yard NAS Pensacola Jan 21, 2011.  To
					AMARC Sep 26, 2012
				158769 to Mexican government as XC-GID
				158770 crashed Feb 18, 1998
				158772 to USAF Jul 23, 2012 as 73-58772.  
				158773 to USAF Jul 23, 2012 as 73-58773.
				158776 w/o Apr 14, 1975
				158780 w/o Jul 19, 1981
				158782 to USAF as 73-58782.  To AMARC Apr 24, 2013.
				158783 (c/n 31659). Now XC-GIC of Mexican Government.
				158784 (c/n 31660. Now XC-GIE of Mexican Government.
				158785 (c/n 31661). Now XC-GIF of Mexican Government.
158786			Pereira X-28A
				Single-pilot home-built seaplane - civil registry N3337.  To Marine Corps Aviation
					Museum, Quantico, VA, later to Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, KS.
					In 2007 was at Kalamazoo Aviation History Musuem.
158787/158798		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				c/n I-523/534
				158787 (VA-34) crashed on Nellis AFB range Apr 21, 1993 following 
					nighttime collision with A-6 149949.  Causes stated as inadequate pre-flight 
					briefing and white rear tail light of 149949 not working
				158788 to AMARC as 5A0235 Dec 19, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				158789 (VA-55) w/o 12/4/1989.
				158790 (VA-75) crashed in Alligator River, 9 mi W of Dare County Range, NC Dec 27, 1984.
					Both crew killed.
				158791 to AMARC as 5A0102 Jun 24, 1994.
				158792 sunk for use as artificial reef
				158783 sunk for use as artificial reef
				158794 at Museum of Flight, Seattle 
				158795 to AMARC as 5A0162 Aug 16, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2000.
				158797 sunk for use as artificial reef
158799/158817		Grumman EA-6B-45-GR EXCAP Prowler
				c/n P29/P47
				158799 SOC May 20, 1980 Whidbey Island, Washington
				158800 (VAQ-135) crashed into Arabian Sea Jul 26, 2003 off USS Nimitz
				158801 SOC Sep 11, 2009.  Cutup completed Mar 21, 2011
				158802 SOC Sep 13, 2010
				158803 (c/n P33) with VAQ-133 crashed on mission from USS John F. Kennedy Jul 30, 1978. 
				158804 (c/n P34) modified to ICAP II.  SOC Oct 3, 2011.
				158806 SOC Aug 19, 1981 Whidbey Island, Washington
				158808 (VAQ-129) crashed 20 mi S of Oak Harbor, WA Dec 28, 1982.  Three killed.
				158809 SOC Nov 11, 1977 USS America
				158811 to Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, California, to arrive Dec 7, 2013.
				158812 SOC Jan 13, 2975 USS Enterprise
				158813 (VAQ0133) crashed off India Jul 23, 1981 from USS America.
				158814 SOC Jun 25, 1975, USS Forrestal
				158815 (VAQ-129) crashed between Harrington and Odessa, Washington Mar 11, 2013.  3 killed.
				158816 (c/n MP-46) SOC May 6, 2005.  Cut up completed Jun 2007.
				158817 SOC Sep 28, 1978, USS Ranger
158818			Schweizer X-26A
				destroyed in fatal accident Sep 19, 1980.  I have a report that the
					glider crashed into Chesapeake Bay in 1972.
158819/158830		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E-12-CV Corsair II
				158819 (c/n E-375) on display at Tillamook Air Museum, Tillamook, OR on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation.
				158820 (c/n E-376, VA-82) w/o Mar 23, 1983.
				158821 (c/n E-377) to AMARC as 6A0293 Jul 28, 1989.
				158822 (c/n E-378) to AMARC as 6A0379 Sep 20, 1990
				158823 (c/n E-379)
				158824 (c/n E-380) to MASDC as 6A0120 Apr 24, 1980.  Returned to service.
					Back to AMARC as 6A0229 Aug 3, 1987.  To Greek AF
				158825 (c/n E-381) to AMARC as 6A0382.  To Greek AF
				158826 (c/n E-382) crashed Dec 18, 1983
				158827 (c/n E-383) 
				158828 (c/n E-384)
				158829 (c/n E-385) to Greek AF
				158830 (C/n E-386, AC-403) suffered nose landing on USS John F. Kennedy Jan 24, 1991.  It was reported that the
					aircraft was deemed too damaged and was stripped for parts and tossed overboard Jan 25, 1991.  But there is
					an aircraft marked as 158830 preserved in Museo dell'Aviazione at Cerbiaola, Italy.  Is it the same plane?
					I have an e-mail saying that the plane in the Italian museum is indeed 158830 and was damaged during Desert 
					Storm and left at Sigonella, Italy.  Confirmation from another E-mail.
158831/158842		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E-13-CV Corsair II
				158831 (c/n E-387) to AMARC as 6A0310 Jan 12, 1990
				158832 (c/n E-388, VA-56) w/o Nov 4, 1981.
				158833 (c/n E-389) to AMARC as 6A0340 Apr 16, 1990.  To Royal Thai Navy
				158834 (c/n E-390, VA-56) w/o Nov 14, 1980
				158835 (c/n E-391) to AMARC as 6A0197 Sep 5, 1986.
				158836 (c/n E-392) to AMARC as 6A0228 Jul 28, 1987
				158837 (c/n E-393) to AMARC as 6A0362 Jun 5, 1990
				158838 (c/n E-394) to Thai Navy
				158839 (c/n E-395)
				158840 (c/n E-396) SOC Sep 15, 1987.
				158841 (c/n E-397, VA-82) lost after flying into sea during practice bombing run on marker 
					flare Jan 8, 1977.  Pilot killed.
				158842 (c/n E-398) with Air Classics Museum of Aviation, Aurora Municipal Apt, Sugar Grove, IL.
158843/158844		North American Rockwell CT-39G Sabreliner
				Both aircraft redesignated T-39G Aug 26, 1998.
				158843 (c/n 306-52) to AMARC as 7T0031 Jan 26, 1996.  To Drone.
					Back to AMARC as 7T0035 May 4, 2004.
				158844 (C/n 306-55) to AMARC as 7T0034 Jul 16, 1997.  Now returned to service (noted at Palm Beach 
					International Feb 7, 2003).  To AMARC May 22, 2013.
158845/158846		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				Model G-123
158847/158858		Sikorsky HH-3F
				for Coast Guard
158859/158860		Lockheed S-3A Viking 
				contract cancelled
158861/158873		Lockheed S-3A Viking
				c/n 394A-1009/1021 (or 3009/3021)
				158861 (c/n 394A-1009) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0075 Jan 3, 2005.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				158862 (394A-1010) converted to ES-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0042 May 25, 1999.
				158863 (c/n 394A-1011) to MASDC May 25, 1978 as 2S0009.  Returned
					to service and modified to S-3B.  Back to AMARC as 2S0057 Jun 22, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005
				158864 (c/n 394A-1012) to MASDC as 2S0012 Jun 29, 1978.  Returned
					to service Mar 1, 1984.  Involved in fatal crash Nov 14, 1999.
				158866 (c/n 394A-1014) to MASDC as 2S0005 Nov 18, 1977.  Returned
					to service and modified as S-3B.  Back to AMARC 2S0078 Feb 7, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				158867 (c/n 394A-1015) to MASDC as 2S0004 Nov 18, 1977.  Returned
					to service Feb 22, 1985.  Modified to S-3B.  Back to AMARC 2S0051 Oct 22, 2003
				158868 (c/n 394A-1016) converted to US-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0032 Sep 21, 1995.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				158869 (c/n 394A-1017) to MASDC as 2S0011 Jun 10, 1978.  Returned
					to service Aug 9, 1984.  Back to AMARC as 2S0026 Jan 29, 1992
				158870 (c/n 394A-1018) to MASDC as 2S0001 Oct 17, 1977.  Returned
					to service Sep 3, 1982.  Modified to S-3B. 
					Back to AMARC as 2S0059 Jun 28, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005
				158871 (c/n 394A-1019) modified to S-3B.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				158872 (c/n 394A-1020) modifed to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0067 Nov 4, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				158873 (c/n 394A-1021) to MASDC 2S0010 May 25, 1978.  Returned to
					service. May 10, 1982.  Modified as S-3B.  Back to AMARC as 2S0072 Dec 14, 2004.
					SOC Apr 20, 2005. 
158874/158875		Sikorsky SH-3D
				for Spain
158876/158911		Rockwell T-2C Buckeye
				c/n 352-1/36
				158876 (VT-19) w/o Oct 29, 1989.
				158878 (c/n 352-3) to AMARC as 2T0261 Dec 10, 2003
				158879 (c/n 352-4) to AMARC as 2T0262 Dec 10, 2003
				158880 (c/n 352-5) at Ozark Military Museum, Fayetteville RAP/Drake Field, AR Jan 2008
				158881 (c/n 352-6) to AMARC as 2T2042 Jun 18, 2003.  SOC Jul 8, 2003
				158882 (c/n 352-7) to AMARC as 2T0269 Mar 4, 2004
				158884 (c/n 352-9) to AMARC as 2T0285 Jun 9, 2004
				158885 to AMARC as 2T0209 Sep 3, 1992
				158886 to AMARC as 2T0214 Mar 25, 1993
				158888 (c/n 352-13) to AMARC as 2T0287 Jul 7, 2004
				158889 (c/n 352-14) to AMARC as 2T0231 Oct 28, 1993.  Transferred to Greek AF.
				158891 (VT-9) crashed into field 10 mi E of Philadelphia, MS during night mission
					Jun 20, 1985.  Pilot (believed sole occupant) killed.
				158892 (c/n 353-17) to AMARC as 2T0245 Jul 16, 2003.  SOC Dec 5, 2003
				158893 to AMARC as 2T0229 Sep 23, 1993
				158895 to AMARC as 2T0196 Jun 22, 1992
				158897 to AMARC as 2T0204 Aug 18, 1992.  On display
				158898 on display on USS Lexington, Corpus Christi, TX in 2010
				158899 (c/n 352-24) to AMARC as 2T0256 Nov 4, 2003. 
				158900 (c/n 352-25) to AMARC as 2T0253 Oct 16, 2003
				158901 (c/n 352-26) to AMARC as 2T0268 Feb 12, 2004
				158903 (c/n 352-28) to AMARC as 2T0288 Jul 7, 2004
				158904 (c/n 352-29) to AMARC as 2T0227 Sep 21, 1993.  Transferred to Greek AF.
				158906 (c/n 352-31) to AMARC as 2T0247 Aug 20, 2003.  SOC Dec 5, 2003
				158907 (c/n 352-32) to AMARC as 2T0250 Sep 17, 2003
				158908 SOC Dec 20, 2002.  Was at Naval Air Museum Pensacola, FL
					Sep 11, 2003.  Reported Dec 2010 as now with the Illinois Aviation Museum in Plainfield, Illinois
					at Clow Airport and still there Aug 2013
				158909 SOC Mar 6, 2009
				158910 (c/n 352-35) to AMARC as 2T0222 Aug 12, 1993.  Transferred to Greek AF.
				158911 to AMARC as 2T0221 May 20, 1993
158912/158929		Lockheed P-3C-145-LO Orion
				158913 to AMARC Jan 2004.  To Republic of China Navy as 3301. Now reported as being with RoCAF, operated by
					439th Composite Air Wing
				158913 (c/n 285A-5585) to AMARC as 2P0196 Jan 8, 2004.  To Republic of China Navy in 2010.
				158920 (c/n 285A-5592) to AMARC as 2P0215 Apr 26, 2004.  To Republic of China Navy as 3305 in 2010.
				158924 to AMARC Oct 18, 2012
				158928 (c/n 285A-5600) was Update I prototype-development Orion with OMEGA
					software.  To AMARC as 2P0186 Jul 30, 1998.  To Lockheed Martin in 2000 for China Lake
158930/158935		Lockheed P-3C-150-LO Orion
				158930 (c/n 285A-5602, VP-50) in midair collision with 159325 off coast of 
					San Diego, CA Mar 21, 1991.  All 27 on both planes killed.
				158931 (c/n 285A-5603) to AMARC as 2P0227 Sep 3, 2004.
				158932 (c/n 285A-5604) to AMARC as 2P0228 Sep 20, 2004
				158933 (c/n 285A-5605) to AMARC as 2P0219 Jun 28, 2004.  To Republic of China Navy as 3309 in 2010.
158936/159947		Lockheed P-3C Orion
				Contract cancelled.
158948/158977		Hawker Siddeley AV-8A Harrier
				Harrier Mk 50 purchased by Navy for USMC.  c/n 712109/3-712138/60
				158948 (VMA-542) crashed on landing at Camp Lejeune, NC Jun 5, 1974. Pilot ejected but was killed.
				158949 (c/n 712110) converted to AV-8C.  To MASDC as 7A0004 Sep 19, 1985
				158950 (VMA-231) crashed at MCAS Cherry Point Jun 26, 1984.
				158951 (c/n 712112) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0029 Sep 26, 1986
				158952 (VMA-542) crashed Feb 3, 1978 after engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely but slightly injured.
				158953 (VMA-542) crashed off MCAS Cherry Point Jul 27, 1977.  Pilot killed.
				158954 converted to AV-8C.  Crashed into Alantic Ocean 50 mi from MCAS Cherry Point
					Apr 3, 1985 with VMA-542.
				158955 (VMA-542) crashed 20 mi east of Yuma, AZ Dec 1, 1982.
				158956 converted to AV-8C.  Crashed at MCAS Cherry Point (VMA-542) Mar 4, 1982.
				158957 (VMA-54) crashed at Cherry Point Aug 27, 1976 following engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				158958 converted to AV-8C.  With VMA-513, crashed on approach to MCAS Yuma after engine
					flameout on Jan 25, 1981.
				158959 (c/n 712120) converted to AV-8C.  To MASDC as 7A0002 Sep 13, 1985. To Pacific
					Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA
				158960 converted to AV-8C.
				158961 converted to AV-8C
				158962 converted to AV-8C.  Crashed with VMA-231 Sept 24, 1982.
				158963 on display at MCAS Cherry Point, NC.  In May 2007 was at
					Craven County RAP, NC
				158964 (c/n 712125) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0005 Oct 30, 1985
				158965 converted to AV-8C
				158966 (c/n 712127) converted to AV-8C. To MASDC as 7A0001 Aug 15, 1985.
					Went in 1997 to National Aviation Museum, Ottawa, Canada.  Noted Aug 2003 in
					Canadian Aviation Museum, Rockcliffe, Canada
				158967 (VMA-542) suffered engine failure at high altitude Feb 11, 1977. Pilot forced to eject.
				158968 (VMA-513) crashed Jan 26, 1982.
				158969 used by Hawker Siddeley for trals aboard French warship Jeanne d'Arc Oct 1973
					before delivery to USMC.  Used RAF serial XY125, which must have been
					an error by the UK Ministry of Defence as the letter Y is not used
					in UK serials.  Registration should have been XZ125 (confirmed).  Eventually converted to AV-8C.
				158970 (VMA-513) crashed into mountains near Las Vegas, NV Sept 6, 1977 during
					dive bombing practice.  Pilot killed.
				158971 (VMA-513) crashed from hover Jul 21 (or 27), 1974 during demo at MCAS Beaufort, pilot injured.
				158972 (c/n 712133) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0011 Apr 3, 1986
				158973 (c/n 712134) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0012 Apr 3, 1986
				158974 (VMA-513) crashed at MCAS Iwakuni Aug 30, 1976 after running
					out of fuel. Pilot ejected safely.
				158975 converted to AV-8C.  Now on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				158976 retired from service March 1986 and in 1987 was noted on a plinth outside the 
					City Hall, Havelock, NC.  Now on display at MCAS Cherry Point.
				158977 (c/n 712138) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0013 Apr 3, 1986. Was in restoration area at Pima Air and Space
					Museum.  Now at Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA.
158978/158999		Grumman F-14A-70-GR Tomcat
				158978 (c/n 039) on exhibit at Flying Leathernecks Museum, MCAS Miramar, CA.  Now
					with USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA
				158979 (c/n 040) to AMARC as 1K0013 Aug 30, 1990.  SOC 8/1/1992.
				158980 (c/n 041) to AMARC as 1K0015 Sep 13, 1990
				158981 (VF-302) lost control during ACM maneuvers 6/4/1993 and crew ejected safely.
				158982 (VF-1) lost 1/2/1975 over Cubi Point following engine explosion.
				158983 (VF-302) lost control and crashed Jun 20, 1986, Fallon, NY.  Both crew ejected safely.
				158984 SOC 11/20/1997.
				158985 (c/n 046) SOC 3/31/1993.  Now with Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA.
				158986 (c/n 047) to AMARC as 1K0033 Jul 19, 1991
				158987 (c/n 048) to AMARC as 1K0018 Oct 25, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
				158988 (c/n 049) to AMARC as 1K0005 Mar 12, 1982.  Returned to service.
					Back to AMARC as 1K0016 Sep 18, 1990.  SOC 6/30/1992.
				158989 (c/n 050) to AMARC as 1K0040 Aug 29, 1991.  SOC 6/30/1992.
				158990 (c/n 051) to AMARC as 1K0039 Aug 26, 1991.  SOC 6/1/1992.
				158991 (c/n 052) to AMARC as 1K0011 Aug 22, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
				158992 (c/n 053) to AMARC as 1K0028 Feb 28, 1991.  SOC 6/1/1992.
				158993 (c/n 054) to AMARC as 1K0019 Oct 25, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
				158994 (c/n 055) to AMARC as 1K0012 Aug 27, 1990
				158995 (VF-1) crashed near NAS Miramar Mar 27, 1978.
				158996 (VF-2) crashed near NAS Miramar Jun 26, 1977.
				158997 SOC 2/4/1992.
				158998 (c/n 059) reported Jan 2009 at Air Victory Museum, Medford, NJ.
				158999 on display at NAS JRB, Fort Worth, TX (Carswell AFB).
159000/159006		Grumman F-14A-70-GR Tomcat
				159000 (c/n 061) to AMARC as 1K0009 Aug 20, 1990.
				159001 (VF-1) crashed into sea Jan 13, 1975 after engine explosion
				159002 (c/n 063) to AMARC as 1K0008 Aug 17, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
				159003 (c/n 064) to AMARC as 1K0014 Sep 10, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
				159004 (c/n 065) to AMARC as 1K0047 Sep 27, 1991.
				159005 (c/n 066) to AMARC as 1K0044 Sep 24, 1991.
				159006 (c/n 067) to AMARC as 1K0042 Sep 9, 1991.
159007/159025		Grumman F-14A-75-GR Tomcat
				159007 (VF-14) ran off flight deck after arrestor cable failed while landing on USS John F. Kennedy Aug 5, 1975.
				159008 (VF-101) crashed near NAS Oceana Oct 31, 1977.
				159009 (c/n 070) to AMARC as 1K0036 Jul 31, 1991.
				159010 (c/n 071) to AMARC as 1K0031 Jun 5, 1991.
				159011 (VF-11) crashed into Red Sea following loss of control while
					engaged in ACM from USS John F. Kennedy Feb 6, 1982.
				159012 (VF-140 crashed into ocean off Florida coast Mar 20, 1978.
				159013 (c/n 074, VF-32) shot down Libyan MiG-23 Jan 4, 1989, Gulf of Sidra. Crew was Hermon Cook and Leo Enright.  
					To AMARC as 1K0010 Aug 20, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
				159014 (c/n 075) to AMARC as 1K0034 Jul 23, 1991.
				159015 (c/n 076) to AMARC as 1K0041 Sep 4, 1991.
				159016 (c/n 077) to AMARC as 1K0032 Jul 15, 1991.
				159017 (c/n 078) to AMARC as 1K0045 Sep 24, 1991.
				159018 (c/n 079) to AMARC as 1K0030 Apr 30, 1991.
				159019 SOC 12/13/1993.
				159020 (c/n 081) to AMARC as 1K0037 Aug 12, 1991.
				159021 (c/n 082) to AMARC as 1K0046 Sep 26, 1991.
				159022 (VF-14) collided with 160902 while operating from NAS Roosevelt Roads Dec 5, 1979 and crashed into sea.
				159023 SOC 3/31/1992.
				159024 (VF-31) crashed into Mediterranean Sea near Cyprus while on low-level CAP Nov 8, 1983.  Both crew killed.
				159025 on exhibit at Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum, SC.
159026/159029		Sikorsky SH-3D
159030/159034		Douglas C-9B Skytrain II
				Contract cancelled
159035/159052		Douglas A-4N Skyhawk 
				C/n 14363/14380.  For Israel
				159051 (c/n 14379) now on civil registry with Advanced Training Systems International as N267WL
159053/159056		Sikorsky SH-3D
				159053 (c/n 61-707) to Spanish Navy as HS.9-09
				159054 (c/n 61-708) to Spanish Navy as Z.9-10
				159055 (c/n 61-709) to Spanish Navy as HS.9-11
				159056 (c/n 61-710) to Spanish Navy as HS.9-12.
159057/159072		North American OV-10E Bronco
				Model NA-354 (159057/159064), NA-404 (159065/159072).  For Venezuela
				159068 (c/n 354-012) to Venezuela as FAV 9744 (Grupo 15) shot down during coup in Venezeuala Nov 27, 1992.
					Plane marked as FAV 2641 on display at Museo de la AMBV, Maracay, Venezuela
				159060 FAV serial was 7435.  US civil registration N15960 reserved Feb 2002
159073/159074		Cessna U-3A
				159073 (c/n 38089) ex USAF 58-2115.  SOC Jan 24, 1972.
				159074 (c/n 38109) ex USAF 58-2135.  SOC Feb 4, 1972.
159075/159098		Douglas A-4N Skyhawk 
				C/n 14381/14404.  For Israel
				159078 (c/n 14384, IDF/AF 335) currently N437FS with BAE Flight Systems as
					target tug based at Wittmund, Germany.
159099/159104		Douglas TA-4J Skyhawk 
				C/n 14405/14410
				159100 (VT-21) w/o Sept 14, 1989.
159105/159112		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				Model G-123.  C/n A012/A019
				159105 (A012) to TE-2C, then to instructional airframe.  SOC
				159106 (A013) to AMARC as 2E0022 Sep 18, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				159107 (A014) SOC
				159108 (A015) w/o Jan 14, 1978
				159109 (A016) SOC
				159110 (A017) SOC
				159111 (A018) SOC
				159112 (A019) to Coast Guard as 3503.  Returned to Navy.  SOC
159113/159120		McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain II 
				DC-9-32-CF acquired by US Navy for airlift
				159113 c/n 47577.  Named "City of Alameda" with VR-55 in Jul 1988.
				159114 c/n 47584.  Named "City of Coronado" with VR-57 in Mar 1989.  To AMARC May 15, 2012.  SOC Jul 20, 2012
				159115 c/n 47587.  Named "City of San Diego" with VR-57 in Mar 1989.  To AMARC May 31,2012.  SOC Aug 1, 2012
				159116 c/n 47580.  Named *City of Seattle*.  To AMARC Jun 17, 2012
				159117 c/n 47581
				159118 c/n 47585.  To AMARC Jun 26, 2012.   SOC Sep 14, 2012
				159119 c/n 47578.  Named "City of Charleston" with VR-56 in Jul 1989.
				159120 c/n 47586.  Named "City of Oakland" with VR-55 in Jul 1989 and "City of Virginia Beach" with VR-56 in
					Apr 2000.  To AMARC Jul 2010 and stored at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson in Aug 2012.
159121/159122		Sikorsky YCH-53E Super Stallion
				c/n 65-391/392 ??
159123/159128		Sikorsky VH-53F Super Stallion
				cancelled contract
159129/159131		Lockheed LC-130R Hercules
				c/n 4508,4516,4522
				159129 ex USAF 73-0839. Returned to USAF as 73-3300
				159130 ex USAF 73-0840.  To AMARC as CF0190 Mar 8, 1999.  SOC Jul 8, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				159131 ex USAF 73-0841.  Crashed site D59, Antarctica Dec 9, 1987 on supply flight with spares to
					support recovery of 148321 that had crashed in 1971.  2 killed, 9 injured.
159132/159133		Lockheed LC-130R Hercules
				Cancelled contract
159134/159149		Rockwell OV-10C Bronco
				Model NA-360.  C/n 360-001/016.  For Thailand as J5-17/16 to J5-32/16.
				159134 (c/n 360-001) went from Thai AF to Phillipine AF with serial 41117.
					Starboard undercarriage collapsed while landing at Clark AB Oct 24, 2006,
					aircraft veered off runway, damaging starboard engine.  Both crew suffered
					minor bruising.
				159136 (c/n 360-003) went from Thai AF to Phillipine AF with serial 41119
				159139 (c/n 360-006) went from Thai AF to Philippine AF Sep 2003 as 41122
				159140 reported w/o Feb 1977
				159141 reported w/o Jan 1977
				159142 (c/n 360-009) went from Thai AF to Philippine AF as 41125
				159143 reported w/o Jan 1980
				159144 reported w/o Jun 1974
				159146 reported w/o Sep 23, 199
				159147 reported w/o Nov 1980
				159149 reported w/o Aug 1975.
159150/159173		Rockwell T-2C Buckeye
				c/n 367-1/24
				159151 (c/n 367-2) to AMARC as 2T0291 May 17, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				159152 to AMARC as 2T0181 Jan 29, 1992.
				159153 to AMARC as 2T0228 Sep 23, 1993.
				159154 to AMARC as 2T0191 Feb 19, 1992.
				159158 to AMARC as 2T0182 Jan 29, 1992.
				159161 to AMARC as 2T0193 May 19, 1992.
				159163 (c/n 367-14) to AMARC as 2T0272 Mar 23, 2004
				159164 to AMARC as 2T0192 May 12, 1992.
				159165 SOC Jan 28, 2003 and to Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, AL
				159171 (c/n 367-22) to AMARC as 2T0276 Apr 14, 2004
				159172 to AMARC as 2T0208 Sep 2, 1992.
				159173 seen Apr 2007 at AirFest Air Show, MacDill AFB,FL.  SOC Mar 6, 2009
159174/159185		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				C/n I-535/546
				159175 sunk for use as artificial reef
				159177 to AMARC as 5A0181 Jan 8, 1996.  SOC Jul 25, 2000.
				159178 to AMARC as 5A0180 Dec 21, 1995
				159179 to AMARC as 5A0208 Jul 31, 1996. SOC Jun 14, 2002.
				159180 to AMARC as 5A0199 Jul 1, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				159181 sunk for use as artificial reef
				159182 to AMARC as 5A0134 Sep 28, 1994
				159183 to AMARC as 5A0131 Sep 26, 1994
				159184 to AMARC as 5A0138 Oct 18, 1994
159186/159209		Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				159186 to AMARC Apr 13, 2012
				159187 (c/n 31663) to AMARC May 19, 2010.  SOC Dec 12, 2010 and noted on display at Warner Robins Museum of Aviation, Georgia in Jan 2013.
				159188 to AMARC Mar 22, 2011
				159190 SOC Oct 26, 2009
				159193 has been converted to second prototype UH-1Y Venom; reserialled 166476 May 30, 2003.
				159196 (HMM-264(R)/HMLA-167) suffered Class A damage in Jordan
					May 25, 2007 from bomb dropped by AV-8B 164153.
				159197 (c/n 31673)
				159198 in 2010 was at Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum, MCAS Miramar, CA
				159199 w/o Aug 22, 1991
				159200 to AMARC Jan 26, 2011
				159202 to AMARC May 5, 2011
				159204 to AMARC Sep 1, 2010.  SOC Dec 12, 2010
				159205 to AMARC Jan 11, 2011
				159208 to AMARC Nov 4, 2010.  SOC Dec 12, 2010
159210/159229		Bell AH-1J SeaCobra
				159210 (c/n 26050) on display at Western Aerospace Museum, SF-Oakland IAP, CA.  I have this bird also as being
					at Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum, Charlestown, SC.
				159211 (c/n 26051) at Kalamazoo Aviation Historical Museum
				159212 (c/n 26052) in storage at USMC Quantico in preparation for display at museum.
				159213 (c/n 26053) crashed at sea at NAS North Island, California with HMA-196 May 27, 1976
				159214 (c/n 26054) to AMARC as 7H231 Feb 11, 1993
				159215 (c/n 26055) to AMARC as 7H229 Jan 25, 1993
				159216 (c/n 26056) noted Oct 2005 at Carolinas Aviation Museum,
					Charlotte, NC.  There since at least 2003.
				159217 (c/n 26057) w/o Mar 5, 1980
				159218 (c/n 26058) on display at Intrepid Air-Sea-Space Museum, New York City.
				159219 (c/n 26059) to AMARC as 7H226 Sep 29, 1992
				159220 (c/n 26060) preserved at Cavanaugh Flight Museum at Addison Airport, Dallas, Texas.
				159221 (c/n 26061) to AMARC as 7H233 Mar 11, 1993
				159222 (c/n 26062) to AMARC as 7H230 Jan 26, 1993
				159223 (c/n 26063) to AMARC as 7H227 Jan 15, 1993
				159224 (c/n 26064) to AMARC as 7H234 Mar 11, 1993
				159225 (c/n 26065)to AMARC as 7H232 Feb 11, 1993.  
				159226 (c/n 26066) to AMARC as 7H228 Jan 15, 1993.  Now at Bell Helicopter plant in Hurst, TX in preparation
					for display.  By 2009 had replaced the UH-1 damaged by Hurricane Ivan
					Sep 2005 at Pensacola Veterans Memorial Park, FL
				159227 (c/n 26067) on display at Patuxent River NAS, MD since 1997.  Spent its entire career in
					test and evaluation work.
				159228 (c/n 26068) converted to AH-1T, then to AH-1W.  Was at NAS Patuxent River and was transferred to VX-31 at NAS
					China Lake.  Scheduled to upgrated to AH-1Z with a new BuNo.
				159229 (c/n 26069) cinverted to AH-1T before delivery, then to AH-1W
159230/159259		Hawker Siddeley AV-8A Harrier
				Harrier Mk 50 purchased by Navy for USMC.  c/n 712139/61-712168/90.
				159254,159258 converted to AV-8C.
				159230 (VMA-513) crashed into sea of MCAS Iwakuni Dec 6, 1976.  
					Pilot killed.
				159231 converted to AV-8C.  Crashed with VMA-231 Apr 25, 1985.
				159232 (c/n 712141) converted to AV-8C.  To MASDC as 7A0006
					Dec 19, 1985.  Now on display at Air-Sea-Space
					Museum, USS Intrepid, New York.
				159233 presented to Fleet Air Air Museum, RNAS Yeovilton, UK.  Moved to Imperial War Museum
					of the North at Manchester, UK.
				159234 crashed ???
				159235 (VMA-231) crashed during vertical landing at MCAS Cherry
					Point Feb 13, 1975.  Pilot killed.
				159236 (VMA-231) crashed Jul 4, 1975 near MCAS Beaufort.  Pilot killed.
				159237 crashed into sea off Maryport Jun 16, 1976 after engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				159238 (c/n 712147) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC.  On display at Hangar 25 museum, Big Spring, TX
				159239 (c/n 712148) to AMARC as 7A0016 Apr 16, 1986.  To NASA Ames for spares recovery.
					In 2009 was at Gillespie Field with San Diego Air and Space Museum
				159240 (c/n 712149) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0033 Dec 17, 1986
				159241 to MASDC as 7A0009 Jan 29, 1986.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				159242 converted to AV-8C
				159243 (c/n 712152) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0031 Sep 26, 1986
				159244 (c/n P153, VMA-231) crashed Jul 4, 1975 at MCAS Beaufort due to engine
					failure.  Pilot ejected safely.  Front fuselage noted Mar 2006
					at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				159245 (VMA-231) crashed during landing at MCAS Cherry Point Oct 9, 1974.
				159246 crashed ???
				159247 (c/n 712156) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0007 Jan 28, 1986.  Has been put on display at 
					NAVICP Philadelphia, PA on February 7, 2004
				159248 converted to AV-8C.
				159249 converted to AV-8C.  On display on pole outside Marine Corps
					detachment headquarters building at Naval Weapons Center,
					China Lake, CA
				159250 (VMA-231) crashed off Cape Hatteras, NC Jul 12, 1977 during practice
					rocket attack while flying off USS Saratoga.  Pilot killed.
					Pilot was flying a demonstration for several high government
					officials, and may have become disoriented and confused
					by clouds or distracted by cockpit tasks.
				159251 (VMA-513) crashed Aug 13, 1980.
				159252 (c/n 712161) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0022 Apr 24, 1986.
				159253 converted to AV-8C.  Crashed Feb 2, 1983 with VMA-513 at MCAS Cherry Point
				159254 (c/n P163) converted to AV-8C.  Put in storage at NATTC Memphis, TN.  Seen on ramp at Naval Air Technical Training Center, NAS
					Pensacola in June 2004.  Noted Mar 2006 in compound near 
					NATTC Building, NAS Pensacola, FL
				159255 (c/n 712164) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0023 Apr 24, 1986.
				159256 converted to AV-8C.
				159257 (c/n 712166) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0032 Sep 26, 1986
				159258 (c/n 712167) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0003 Sep 19, 1985
				159259 crashed Nov 27, 1977.
159260			Schweizer X-26A
159261/159272		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E-14-CV Corsair II
				159261 (c/n E-399) on display at Tuscaloosa County Veteran's Memoria, Florida May 2010.
				159262 (c/n E-400, VA-195) crashed at China Lake, CA Sep 11, 1980. Pilot killed.
				159263 (c/n E-401) to Greek AF
				159264 (c/n E-402) to AMARC as 6A0235 Aug 26, 1987
				159265 (c/n E-403, VA-192) w/o Apr 26, 1979
				159266 (c/n E-404, VA-146) crashed following engine failure Mar 26, 1985.  Pilot ejected.
				159267 (c/n E-405, VA-146) crashed into sea following engine failure Jul 17, 1985.  Pilot ejected.
				159268 (c/n E-406) was at Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum.  No longer
					there Nov 2005.  Located at MAPS Air Museum, North Canto, OH since 2004. 
				159269 (c/n E-407, VA-83) crashed into Atlantic Ocean off FL while operating from USS Saratoga
					Jun 3, 1985.  Pilot killed.
				159270 (c/n E-408) to AMARC as 6A0407 Sep 27, 1991
				159271 (c/n E-409, VX-5) w/o due to damage at China Lake, CA Nov 5, 1980.
				159272 (c/n E-410) to AMARC as 6A0300 Aug 25, 1989.  To Royal Thai Navy
159273/159284		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E-15-CV Corsair II
				159273 (c/n E-411) dumped at sea
				159274 (c/n E.412)to Greek AF
				159275 (c/n E-413, VA-12) w/o Dec 11, 1975.
				159276 (c/n E-414, VA-122) w/o Apr 2, 1976
				159277 (c/n E-415, VA-105) w/o Dec 6, 1983
				159278 (c/n E-416) at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, AL 
				159279 (c/n E-417) dumped at sea
				159280 (c/n E-418) to AMARC as 6A0313 Feb 16, 1990
				159281 (c/n E-419)
				159282 (c/n E-420)
				159283 (c/n E-421) to AMARC as 6A0271 May 27, 1988
				159284 (c/n E-422) to AMARC as 6A0314 Feb 22, 1990
159285/159308		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E-16-CV Corsair II
				159285 (c/n E-423) to Greek AF
				159286 (c/n E-424) to AMARC as 6A0363 Jun 5, 1990
				159287 (c/n E-425, VA-25) w/o Jun 23, 1976 when compressor stalled over South China Sea.  3 unsuccessful
					air starts, pilot ejected and was recovered by USS Ranger helicopter.
				159288 (c/n E-426) to AMARC as 6A0384 Oct 3, 1990.  To Royal Thai Navy
				159289 (c/n E-427) to AMARC as 6A0375 Aug 2, 1990
				159290 (c/n E-428) to AMARC as 6A0308 Nov 29, 1989
				159291 (c/n E-429) to AMARC as 5A0063 Apr 8, 1993.  On display at Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum, South Carolina, on
					deck of USS Yorktown.
				159292 (c/n E-430) to Greek AF.  Crashed Oct 10, 2001 with 335 MV
				159293 (c/n E-431) to AMARC as 6a0358 May 29, 1990
				159294 (c/n E-432) to AMARC as 6A0390 Jan 7, 1991
				159295 (c/n E-433, VA-12) w/o Oct 26, 1980
				159296 (c/n E-434) to AMARC as 6A0409 Feb 3, 1992
				159297 (c/n E-435, VA-97) w/o Jan 8, 1980
				159298 (c/n E-436, VA-83) w/o Dec 14, 1979
				159299 (c/n E-437, VX-5) at night collidied midair with A-6E 152593 at China
					Lake, CA Aug 30, 1976. Pilot ejected safely.
				159300 (c/n E-438) to Thai Navy for spares use 1995/1996.  Remains reported
					on dump at U-Tapao Jun 4, 2006.
				159301 (c/n E-439) on display at Western Aerospace Museum, SF-Oakland IAP, CA.
				159302 (c/n E-440) to AMARC as 6A0311 Jan 29, 1990
				159303 (c/n E-441) mounted on pole at Edwardsville Township, IL.
				159304 (c/n E-442) to AMARC as 6A0289 May 19, 1989
				159305 (c/n E-443, VA-86) w/o Apr 22, 1980l
				159306 (c/n E-444) to AMARC as 6A0374 Aug 2, 1990
				159307 (c/n E-445, VA-174) SOC Sep 2, 1987.
				159308 (c/n E-446) to AMARC as 6A0341 Apr 17, 1990
159309/159317		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				c/n I-547/555
				159310 to AMARC as 5A0205 Jul 22, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				159311 to AMARC as 5A0120 Jul 26, 1994
				159312 on display outside at Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake, CA on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation. 
				159314 to AMARC as 5A0206 Aug 12, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				159316 to AMARC as 5A0218 Aug 14, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				159317 to AMARC as 5A0174 Oct 20, 1995. SOC Jul 25, 2000.
159318/159327		Lockheed P-3C-155-LO Orion
				159319 (c/n 285A-5609) to AMARC as 2P0201 Feb 4, 2004.  To Republic of China Navy as 3308 in 2010.
				159321 (c/n 285A-5611) to AMARC as 2P0209 Mar 12, 2004.  To Republic of China Navy as 3303 in 2010.
				159324 (c/n 285A-5614) to AMARC as 2P0211 Mar 16, 2004
				159325 (c/n 285A-5615, VP-50) collided with 158930 off coast 
					of San Diego, CA Mar 21, 1991.  All 27 on both planes killed.
				159327 (c/n 285A-5617) to AMARC as 2P0206 Feb 18, 2004.  To Republic of China Navy as 3303 in 2010.
159328/159329		Lockheed P-3C-160-LO Orion
				159328 (c/n 285A-5618) to AMARC as 2P0200 Jan 28, 2004
159330/159341		Rockwell T-2D Buckeye
				c/n 358-1/12.  For Venezuela
159342/159343		Lockheed P-3F-155-LO Orion
				Model 685A for Iran
159344/159347		Lockheed P-3F-160-LO Orion
				Model 685A for Iran
159348			Lockheed EC-130Q-LM Hercules
				c/n 4601.  Now on display at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
159349			Serial number not assigned
159350/159360		Sikorsky VH-3D Sea King
				VIP aircraft for Office of the President.
				159350 (c/n 61-724)
				159351 (c/n 61-725)
				159352 (c/n 61-726)
				159353 (c/n 61-727)
				159354 (c/n 61-728)
				159355 (c/n 61-729)
				159356 (c/n 61-730)
				159357 (c/n 61-731)
				159358 (c/n 61-732) converted to NVH-3D standards
				159359 (c/n 61-733)
				159360 (c/n 61-734)
159361/159365		North American Rockwell CT-39G Sabreliner
				159361 c/n 306-65 was ex N8364N
				159362 c/n 306-66 was ex N8365N.  To AMARC as 7T0032 Sep 29, 1996.  Redesignated T-39G Aug 26, 1998.
					Returned to service.  Back to AMARC a 75PPEY May 4, 2004.
				159363 (c/n 306-67) fuselage noted stored at Edwards AFB, CA Fall 2003.
				159364 (c/n 306-69) to AMARC as 7T0030 Jun 10, 1996. Redesignated T-39G Aug 26, 1998. Must have been returned 
					to service, as went to AMARC Jan 31, 2014.
				159365 (c/n 306-70) redesignated T-39G Aug 26, 1998.  To AMARC Nov 21, 2013.
159366/159377		Hawker Siddeley AV-8A Harrier
				Harrier Mk 50 purchased by Navy for USMC.  c/n 712169/91-712175/97,
					712176/106, 712177/107, 712178/100, 712179/108, and 712180/102.
				159366 (c/n 712169) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0018 Apr 21, 1986
				159367 (c/n 712170) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0019 Apr 21, 1986
				159368 (VMAT-203) crashed Jan 19, 1981.
				159369 converted to AV-8C
				159370 (c/n 712173) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0037 Dec 17, 1986
				159371 (c/n 712174) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7H0008 Jan 28, 1986
				159372 (VMAT-203) crashed during landing transition Apr 6, 1977.
					Pilot killed.
				159373 (c/n 712176) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as HL0002 Apr 15, 1986. Later
					relabeled NC0001.
				159374 (c/n 712177) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0018 Apr 21, 1986
				159375 (c/n 712178) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0017 Apr 16, 1986
				159376 (c/n 712179) converted to AV-8C.  To AMARC as 7A0021 Apr 21, 1986
				159377 (VMAT-203) crashed Mar 19, 1977 during pilot's first 
					transition.  He ejected safely.
159378/159385		Hawker Siddeley TAV-8A Harrier
				Harrier Mk 54 purchased by Navy for USMC.  C/n 212018/1-212021/4,
					212022/8, 212023/6, 212024/10, and 212025/9
				159378 to AMARC as 7A0043 Nov 13, 1987.
				159379 to AMARC as 7A0042 Nov 13, 1987.
				159380 (VMAT-203) crashed at Bayboro, Pimlico County, NC Aug 12, 1987.
				159381 crashed during landing transition with VMAT-203 Apr 19, 1977.  
					Both pilots unhurt.  Restored and is now on display at Western Aerospace Museum, SF-Oakland 
					IAP, CA.  Carries the number 701 (as in NASA 701) on the tail.  Air-Britain says
					that this plane crashed at MCAS Cherry Point Apr 27, 1983.  One crew member killed.
				159382 to AMARC as 7A0040 Oct 21, 1987.  In 2012 ws in storage compound at Pima Air And Space Museum.
				159383 to AMARC as 7A0039 Oct 21, 1987.
				159384 (VMAT-203) crashed Aug 1, 1980.
				159385 to AMARC as 7A0041 Nov 13, 1987.
159386/159420		Lockheed S-3A Viking
				c/n 394A-1022/1056 (or 3022/3056) 
				159386 (c/n 394A-1022) crashed with VS-29 into Pacific off San Clemente Island, california Feb 19, 1992.
				159387 (S-3B) was "Navy 1" which landed President George W. Bush aboard USS
					Abraham Lincoln May 1, 2003.  SOC Sep 25, 2003 and is now located at 
					National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				159388 (c/n 394A-1024) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as as 2S0091 Sep 27, 2005.  SOC Jan 17, 2006
				159389 (VS-32) Undercarriage collapsed during emergency landing on USS Theodore 
					Roosevelt in Arabian Sea Jan 9, 2002.  SOC Apr 26, 2002.  Full circumstances 
					of accident were that aircraft suffered in-flight fire in 
					environmental control system compartment which caused failure of main 
					hydraulic system and loss of almost all flight-related electrical systems as 
					well as smoke entering cockpit. Aircraft was successfully landed on USS 
					Theodore Roosevelt at second attempt , but nose and starboard main 
					undercarriages collapsed on touchdown and starboard wing tank caught fire. 
					Both crew escaped successfully.
				159390 (c/n 394-1026) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0076 Jan 3, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				159391 (c/n 394A-1027) modified to ES-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0045 May 26, 1999.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				159392 (c/n 394A-1028) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0050 Aug 28, 2003, SOC Dec 5, 2003
				159393 (c/n 394A-1029) converted to ES-3A Shadow.  To AMARC as 2S0035 Jan 28, 1999
				159394 (c/n 394A-1030) to MASDC as 2S0008 Mar 16, 1978.  Returned
					to service Jun 3, 1982.  Modified to ES-3A Shadow.  To AMARC as 2S0037 Mar 24, 1999.
					SOC Jan 8, 2003
				159395 (c/n 394A-1031) to AMARC as 2S0027 Feb 3, 1992.
				159396 (c/n 394A-1032) to AMARC as 2S0030 Mar 2, 1993.
				159397 (c/n 394A-1033) to MASDC as 2S0007 Dec 2, 1977.  Returned
					to service.  Modified to ES-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0047 Jun 7, 1999.
					SOC Jan 8, 2003
				159398 (c/n 394A-1034) crashed on takeoff from NAF El Centro, California Nov 1, 1979.
				159399 (c/n 394A-1035) to MASDC as 2S0003 Nov 4, 1977. Returned to
					service and converted to S-3B.  Back to AMARC as 2S0054 May 18, 2004.
				159400 (c/n 394A-1036) modified to ES-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0040 Apr 21, 1999.
					SOC Jan 8, 2003
				159401 (c/n 394A-1037) modified to ES-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0036 Feb 24, 1999.
					SOC Jan 8, 2003
				159402 (c/n 394A-1038) to MASDC as 2S0013 Oct 13, 1978.  Returned to service Feb 24, 1982.
					(VS-22) crashed Sep 10, 2002 while acting as refuelling aircraft off coast of
					Puerto Rico operating from USS Harry S Truman.  Three crew killed.
				159403 (c/n 394A-1039) to MASDC as 2S0006 Nov 22, 1977.  Returned to service
					Apr 30, 1985.  Modified to ES-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0039 Mar 31, 1999
					SOC Jan 8, 2003
				159404 (c/n 394A-1040) to mASDC as 2S0002 Nov 4, 1977.  Returned to
					service Dec 1, 1985.  Modified to ES-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0043 May 25, 1999.
					SOC Jan 8, 2003
				159405 (c/n 394A-1041) modified to ES-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0046 Jun 7, 1999.
					SOC Jan 8, 2003
				159407 (c/n 394A-1043) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0098 Dec 14, 2005.
					SOC Feb 14, 2006.
				159409 (c/n 394A-1045) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0090 Sep 7, 2005.
					SOC Jan 17, 2006
				159410 (c/n 394A-1046) to AMARC as 2S0019 Nov 13, 1991.
				159411 (VS-24) crashed into Mediterranean shortly after being lanunced from CVN-68
					Jan 25, 1983.  3 crewmembers killed, one injured.
				159412 on display at NAS North Island, CA.
				159413 (c/n 394-1049) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0103 Apr 18, 2006.
					SOC Jul 19, 2006
				159414 (c/n 394A-1050) modified as ES-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0048 Aug 10, 1999.
					SOC Jan 8, 2003
				159415 (c/n 394A-1051) modified as ES-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0041 May 25, 1999.
					SOC Jan 8, 2003
				159416 (c/n 394A-1052) converted to S-3B.  TO AMARC as 2S0056 May 27, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005
				159417 (c/n 394A-1053) to AMARC as 2S0028 Mar 6, 1992.
				159418 (c/n 394A-1054) with VS-22 crashed on approach to NAS Cecil Field, Florida Dec 12, 1992.
				159419 (c/n 394A-1055) modified as ES-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0044 May 26, 1999.
					SOC Jan 8, 2003
				159420 (c/n 394A-1056) modified as ES-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0038 Mar 10, 1999
159421/159429		Grumman F-14A-75-GR Tomcat
				159421 (VF-33) crashed 6/18/1987 during low-level training
					mission near Dare County, NC.
				159422 (c/n 088) to AMARC as 1K0035 Jul 26, 1991.
				159423 (c/n 089) to AMARC as 1K0024 Dec 6, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
				159424 SOC 3/2/1994.
				159425 (c/n 091) to AMARC as 1K0038 Aug 14, 1991.
				159426 (c/n 092) to AMARC as 1K0021 Nov 29, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
				159427 (c/n 093) to AMARC as 1K0043 Sep 13, 1991.
				159428 (VF-33) badly damaged 6/17/1984 when port landing gear
					collapsed while landing on USS America.
				159429 (c/n 095) to AMARC as 1K0055 Jan 16, 1992.
159430/159468		Grumman F-14A-80-GR Tomcat
				159430 (VF-143) crashed into sea Oct 5, 1978 while operating off
					USS Eisenhower.
				159431 (VF-14) struck A-6 on USS John F. Kennedy during night bolter
					1/3/1987 and crashed into Mediterranean.
				159432 (VF-143) crashed Jun 24, 1975 on takeoff from NAS Oceana
					due to engine fire.  To AMARC as 1K0134 Aug 3, 2002.
					Cockpit at Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, NY Jan 2007
				159433 (c/n 099) to AMARC as 1K0049 Nov 15, 1991.
				159434 (c/n 100) to AMARC as 1K0053 Dec 18, 1991.
				159435 (c/n 101) to AMARC as 1K0048 Oct 31, 1991.
				159436 (c/n 102) to AMARC as 1K0050 Nov 19, 1991.
				159437 (c/n 103) to AMARC as 1K0056 Feb 11, 1992. Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				159438 (c/n 104) to AMARC as 1K0058 Mar 17, 1992.
				159439 (V-102) crashed while trying to land single-engined on USS
					America 7/15/1984.  Crew ejected over Arabian Sea.
				159440 (c/n 106) to AMARC as 1K0057 Mar 4, 1992.
				159441 (VF-32) crashed after cold shot off USS John F. Kennedy 3/25/1988.
				159442 (c/n 108) to AMARC as 1K0017 Sep 20, 1990.  SOC 6/1/1992.
				159443 (VF-143) experienced ramp strike while attempting to land on USS
					America and diverted to NAS Norfolk, but crashed short of objective
					Mar 28, 1977.
				159444 (c/n 110) to AMARC as 1K0059 Mar 31, 1992.
				159445 on exhibit at NAS Norfolk, VA.
				159446 SOC 7/1/1990.
				159447 (c/n 113) to AMARC as 1K0060 Apr 16, 1992.
				159448 on display at NAVICP (USN) Naval Inventory Control Point, Philadelphia, PA.
				159449 (c/n 115) to AMARC as 1K0061 May 12, 1992.
				159450 SOC 4/30/1994.
				159451 (VF-142) in midair collision with EA-6B of VAQ-137 and crashed
					into Aegean Sea Nov 10, 1977.
				159452 (c/n 118) to AMARC as 1K0071 Oct 14, 1994.  SOC 10/31/1994.
				159453 (c/n 119) to AMARC as 1K0062 May 28, 1992.
				159454 (c/n 120) to AMARC as 1K0067 Jul 26, 1994.
				159455 to NF-14 testbed.  SOC 9/18/1997.  Preserved at NAS Patuxent
					River, MD Jan 2006
				159456 (VF-143) crashed into sea May 21, 1979 while flying from USS Eisenhower.
				159457 SOC 1/1/1993
				159458 SOC 5/1994.
				159459 SOC 4/7/1992.
				159460 (c/n 126) to AMARC as 1K0020 Nov 20, 1990.  SOC 6/30/1992.
				159461 (VF-124) crashed at NAS Miramar Mar 23, 1976.
				159462 (c/n 128) to AMARC as 1K0063 Aug 4, 1992.
				159464 (VF-2) crashed while landing on USS Enterprise Dec 19, 1976.
				159465 (c/n 131) to AMARC as 1K0117 Apr 29, 1998.  SOC 5/21/1998.
				159466 (c/n 132) to AMARC as 1K0065 Sep 30, 1992.
				159467 (c/n 133) to AMARC as 1K0070 Oct 5, 1994.  SOC 10/31/1994.
				159468 (c/n 134) to AMARC as 1K0066 Jun 29, 1994.  SOC 6/30/1994.
159469			Lockheed EC-130Q-LM Hercules
				c/n 4595.  to AMARC Sep 16, 1991 as 2G0015.  From AMARC to 
					ASI/DMI Yard Tucson as N54595.  To be supplied to Dutch AF 
					thru Derco Aerospace as spares source.
159470/159493		Douglas A-4M Skyhawk
				C/n 14411/14434.  For Marines
				159470 to AMARC as 3A0651 Jun 5, 1992.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-923
				159471 to AMARC as 3A0578 Feb 1, 1990.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-912
				159472 to AmARC as 3A0770.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-905
				159473 to to AMARC as 3A0777.  to Argentina in 1995.
				159474 (VMA-211) crashed into Pacific Ocean near Catalina Island, CA Jan 29, 1985.  Pilot ejected.
				159475 to MASDC as 3A0521 May 11, 1977.  Back to service.  Back
					to AMARC as 3A0775.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-921
				159477 (c/n 14418) to AMARC as 3A0759 Mar 31, 1994
				159478 to AMARC as 3A0674 Aug 21, 1992.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-932
				159479 (c/n 14420) to AMARC as 3A0810 Aug 11, 1994
				159480 w/o Aug 29, 1980
				159481 (VMA-214) crashed near MCAS Yuma Jun 9, 1981 following loss
					of power.  Pilot ejected safely.
				159482 (c/n 14423) to AMARC as 3A0590 Dec 13, 1990
				159483 to Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-933
				159484 (c/n 14425) to AMARC as 3A0760 Mar 31, 1994
				159485 (c/n 14426) to AMARC as 3A0559 Jul 7, 1989.  To Barry
					Goldwater Range, Gila Bend, AZ as target
				159486 (c/n 14427) to Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR C-934.  Noted stored Mar 2004
					at Villa Reynolds
				159487 to Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-935
				159488 (VMA-211) crashed off Japan following engine fire Jun 11, 1984.  Pilot ejected.
				159489 (c/n 14430) to AMARC as 3A0781 Jun 7, 1994
				159490 (c/n 14431) to AMARC as 3A0752 Mar 18, 1994
				159492 (c/n 14433) to AMARC as 3A0552 Jun 1, 1989
				159493 (c/n 14434) to Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-913
159494/159502		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				Model G-123
				159494 (c/n A020) seen at NAS North Island NADEP SARDIP yard. By Jul 2006, nose was
					at a Military Surplus Shop in Patchoque, NY.  SOC
				159495 (c/n A021) SOC
				159496 (c/n A022) SOC
				159497 (c/n A023) to Coast Guard as 3502.  Returned to US Navy.  To AMARC as 2E0027
					Feb 4, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				159498 (c/n A024) seen at NAS North Island NADEP SARDIP yard.  SOC
				159499 (c/n A025) SOC
				159500 (c/n A026) SOC
				159501 (c/n A027) SOC
				159502 (c/n A028)to Coast Guard as 3505.  Returned to Navy.  SOC
159503/159514		Lockheed P-3C-165-LO Orion
				c/n 285A-5620/5621, 5623/5632
				159505 (c/n 285A-5623) to AMARC as 2P0174 May 30, 1996.  Left AMARC by Sep 2005
					and flown to Greenville, SC for delivery to Pakistan Navy as 85.
				159508 (c/n 285A-5626) to AMARC as 2P0178 Sep 17, 1996.  Left AMARC by late
					Sep 2005 and flown to Lockheed Martin at Greenville, SC for delivery to Pakistan Navy as 88
				159509 (c/n 285A-5627) to AMARC as 2P0176 Aug 6, 1996.  Scrapped at HVF West, Tucson, AZ
				159510 (c/n 285A-5628) to AMARC as 2P0175 May 30, 1996.  Left AMARC by Sep 2005
					and flown to Lockheed Martin at Greenville, SC for delivery to Pakistan Navy as 87.  Destroyed
					May 22, 2011 in Taliban attack on a PNS Mehran in Karachi, Pakistan.
				159511 (c/n 285A-5629) to AMARC as 2P0165 Jul 13, 1995.  Left AMARC by Sep 2005
					and flown to Lockheed Martin at Greenville, SC for delivery to Pakistan Navy as 86.
				159512 to AMARC Sep 25, 2012
				159513 SOC Sep 14, 2012
				159514 to AMARC Jun 13, 2012.  SOC Sep 12, 2012
159515/159545		Douglas A-4N Skyhawk 
				C/n 14435/14465.  For Israel
				159523 (c/n 14443, IDF/AF 344, 263 also quoted) to Advanced Training Systems
					International as N263WL.  Developed engine problems and crashed into the Great
					Salt Lake May 10, 2003.  Pilot apparently ejected but was killed when his
					parachute failed to open.
				159530 (c/n 14450).  To Advanced Training Systems International as N268WL.
					Sold to BAE Systems Flight Systems and delivered to them at 
					Wittmund, Germany May 21, 2007.
				159533 (c/n 14453, IDF/AF 413, 261 also quoted) to Advanced Training Systems
					International as N261WL
				159534 (c/n 14454, IDF/AF).  To Advanced Training Systems International as N266WL.
				159536 (c/n 14456) to IDF/AF, retired in 2001.  To Advanced Training Systems International as N269WL.
					Leased to Aviation Defence Services of France as F-ZVMD for use as manned target.  AFM 8/2005
				159542 (c/n 14462, IDF/AF).  Now has US civilian registration N432FS.
				159544 (c/n 14464, IDF/AF).  To Advanced Training Systems International as N265WL.
				159545 (c/n 14465, IDF/AF 444, 262 also quoted) to Advanced Training Systems
					International as N262WL Sept 2001.  Sold to BAE Systems Flight
					Systems and delivered to them at Wittmund, Germany May 21, 2007.
159546/159556		Douglas TA-4J Skyhawk
				C/n 14466/14476
159557/159562		Hawker Siddeley AV-8S 
				AV-8S Matador for Spanish Navy via the USA. c/n 712181/103-712183/105, 
					712184/98, 712185/99 and 712186/101. 
				159557 (c/n 712181/103) to Spanish Navy as VA.1-3.  To Thai Navy as 3104 in 1996.
				159558 (c/n 712182/104) to Spanish Navy as VA.1-4.  To Thai Navy as 3105 in 1996.
				159559 (c/n 712183/105) to Spanish Navy as VA.1-5.  To Thai Navy as 3106 in 1996.
				159560 (c/n 712184/98) to Spanish Navy as VA.1-1. Crashed May 28, 1980
				159561 (c/n 712185/99) was to have gone to Spanish Navy as VA.1-2, but crashed before
					delivery at Whiteman Jun 11, 1976.  Pitched up during short takeoff,
					pilot ejected safely.
				159562 (c/n 712186/101) to Spanish Navy as VA.1-2.  To Thai Navy as 3103 in 1996.
159563/159564		Hawker Siddeley TAV-8S
				TAV-8S Matador for Spain via the USA.  C/ns 212029/5 and 212030/7.
				To Spanish Navy as VAE.1-1 and VAE.1-2 respectively.  Both to Thai Navy
					in 1996.
159565			Bell UH-1N Iroquois
159566			Cancelled contract for Grumman A-6E Intruder
159567/159581		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				c/n I-556/570
				159568 preserved at NAS Patuxent River, MD Jan 2006
				159572 (VA-145) w/o Nov 6, 1989.
				159573 lost tailhook during landing on USS Ranger Jul 19, 1991,
					causing damage to F/A-18C 163711.  Damage to 159573 not known.
				159576 to AMARC as 5A0135 Oct 4, 1994
				159578 to AMARC as 5A0145 Jan 18, 1995.  SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				159579 to AMARC as 5A0248 Mar 4, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
159582/159584		Grumman EA-6B-50-GR EXCAP Prowler
				c/n P48/P50
				159582 (VAQ-138) crashed near Virginia Beach, VA Oct 29, 1981
					while enroute from NAS Norfolk to USS John F. Kenney.
					All three occupants killed.
				159583 SOC Mar 12, 2012.  SOC Mar 14, 2012
				159584 SOC Jun 10, 2011.
159585/159587		Grumman EA-6B-55-GR EXCAP Prowler
				c/n P51/P53
				159585 to AMARC Jul 21, 2009.
				159586 (P-52, VAQ-141) suffered Class A damage at Norfolk NAS, VA 
					Sep 6, 2003 when flew through jetwash at runway theshold, departed controlled 
					flight, touched down and veered off runway. 4 crew unhurt.  SOC the next day.
				159587 SOC Feg 2, 2011.  Cut up Completed Feb 16, 2012
159588/159637		Grumman F-14A-85-GR Tomcat
				159591,159606,159612 modified for TARPS pod.
				159588 (VF-32) taxiied off deck of USS John F. Kennedy Sept 14, 1976.
				159589 (c/n 136) to AMARC as 1K0051 Dec 3, 1991.
				159590 (VF-124) destroyed by engine fire on USS Enterprise Oct 29, 1975.
				159591 (VF-101) made inadvertent belly landing at NALF Fentress, VA Apr 9, 2001.
					SOC Apr 19, 2001.
				159592 (DR-10) converted to F-14D(R).  SOC May 29, 2003
				159593 SOC 7/1/1993.
				159594 (VF-101) crashed into Atlantic off NAS Oceana Jun 21, 1977.
				159595 (c/n 142, DR-12) converted to F-14D(R).  To AMARC as 1K0138 Jun 18, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				159596 (c/n 143) to AMARC as 1K0025 Dec 12, 1990.  SOC 6/30/1992.
				159597 (c/n 144) to AMARC as 1K0073 Dec 8, 1994.  SOC 11/30/1994.
				159598 (c/n 145) to AMARC as 1K0022 Nov 29, 1990.  SOC 6/30/1992.
				159599 (VF-143) lost Mar 6, 1982 when arrestor cable failed while 
					landing on USS Eisenhower off coast of Sardinia.  Aircraft went over side into
					Mediterranean.  Both crew ejected.
				159600 (DR-5) converted to F-14D(R).  Reported to be at Bronco Air Museum, Fort
					Worth, TX.  159600 number has also appeared on a Schweizer X-26A.
					SOC Aug 28, 2006
				159601 (VF-142) crashed into sea while attempting to land on USS Eisenhower Mar 6, 1980.
				159602 SOC 7/1/1993.
				159603 (DR-14) converted to F-14D(R).  SOC Jun 3, 2003
				159604 (c/n 151) to AMARC as 1K0064 Sep 30, 1992.
				159605 (VF-143) entered flat spin during ACM engagement and could not 
					recover and crashed into sea near USS Eisenhower  Sept 13, 1980.
				159606 SOC 10/16/1992.
				159607 SOC 2/17/1994.
				159608 (c/n 155) to AMARC as 1K0072 Oct 26, 1994.
				159609 SOC 1/8/1992.
				159610 (c/n 157, VF-32) shot down Libyan MiG-23 Jan 4, 1989, Gulf of Sidra.  Crew was 
					Joseph Connelly and Steven Collins.  As DR-02, later converted to F-14D(R).
					SOC May 31, 2003.  Noted with NASM Nov 2003.  Noted Dec 2005 in Udvar-Hazy
					Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA, on loan from NMNA.
				159611 SOC 4/30/1994.
				159612 SOC 9/9/1994.
				159613 (c/n 160, DR-4) converted to F-14D(R).  To AMARC as 1K0137 Jun 17, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				159614 (c/n 161) to AMARC as 1K0054 Dec 20, 1991.
				159615 SOC 12/21/1994.
				159616 SOC 9/21/1994.
				159617 (VF-24) crashed into Pacific off San Clemente Island Jun 14, 1982.  Both crew ejected safely.
				159618 (DR-17) converted to F-14D(R).  SOC Jun 2, 2003
				159619 (DR-9) converted to F-14D(R).  To Florida Air Museum, Lakeland, FL.
					SOC Sep 20, 2006
				159620 on exhibit at Pioneer's Museum, Imperial, NAF El Centro, CA.
				159621 (c/n 168) to AMARC as 1K0068 Aug 2, 1994.
				159622 (VF-211) crashed into sea off USS Constellation Jul 15, 1978.
				159623 (VF-24) arrestor gear failed while landing on USS Constellation in
					Indian Ocean Dec 19, 1981.  Plane ran off deck edge and lost in ocean.  Both crew rescued.
				159624 (c/n 171) to AMARC as 1K0023 Dec 5, 1990.
				159625 (c/n 172) to AMARC as 1K0027 Jan 31, 1991
				159626 on display at NAS Fallon, NV.
				159627 SOC 11/19/1993.
				159628 (c/n 175, DR-8) converted to F-14D(R).  To AMARC as 1K0144 Mar 31, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				159629 (DR-7) converted to F-14D(R).  To Wedell-Williams Aviation Museum, Kenner, LA.  SOC Mar 29, 2006
				159630 (c/n 177, DR-18) converted to F-14D(R).  To AMARC as 1K0135 Jun 11, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				159631 on exhibit at San Diego Aerospace Museum, CA.
				159632 (VF-211) crashed into Pacific Ocean off California coast Aug 25, 1978.
				159633 (DR-16) converted to F-14D(R).  159633 (VF-11) crashed Feb 22, 1994 
					900 miles off San Diego, CA.  Both crewmembers ejected safely.
				159634 (c/n 181) to AMARC as 1K0026 Dec 17, 1990.
				159635 (DR-15) converted to F-14D(R).  159635 (VF-11) in midair collision 
					with 164340 of VF-31) 1/13/1995.  All four crewmembers ejected safely.
				159636 (VF-211) crashed into Pacific Ocean off Pusan, Korea Nov 25, 1978.
				159637 seen at SARDIP yard at NAD North Island 2003.
159638/159661		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E Corsair II
				159638 (c/n E-447) to AMARC as 6A0231 Aug 14, 1987
				159639 (c/n E-448) to AMARC as 6A0373 Aug 1, 1990.  To Greek AF
				159640 (c/n E-449) transferred to Greek AF.
				159641 (c/n E-450, VA-87) w/o May 18, 1977
				159642 (c/n E-451, VA-27) w/o Aug 12, 1986
				159643 (c/n E-452, VA-87) w/o Feb 6, 1979.
				159644 (c/n E-453, VA-22) w/o Jan 16, 1988l
				159645 (c/n E-454) to Greek AF
				159646 (C/n E-455, VA-82) crashed in bad weather near Floroe, Norway Sep 4, 1986.  No trace of plane
					or pilot has ever been found.
				159647 (c/n E-456) on display outside Jetway Chevrolet Fallon Auto Mall, Fallon, Nevada
				159648 (c/n E-457) to Greek AF
				159649 (c/n E-458, VA-94) made wheels-up landing at unspecified location. Sep 21, 1983.  Stored at NARF
					Jacksonville Jan 10, 1984.
				159650 (c/n E-459) to AMARC as 6A0402 Sep 12, 1991
				159651 (c/n E-460) to AMARC as 6A0359 May 29, 1990
				159652 (c/n E-461) 
				159653 (c/n E-462) to AMARC as 6A0230 Aug 11, 1987
				159654 (c/n E-463, VA-174) w/o Aug 18, 1982
				159655 (c/n E-464)
				159656 (c/n E-465) to AMARC as 6A0403 Sep 19, 1991
				159657 (c/n E-466, VA-122) w/o Apr 27, 1981
				159658 (c/n E-467) to Greek AF
				159659 (c/n E-468, VA-86) crashed on takeoff Puerto Rico Aug 28, 1984.  Pilot ejected safely.
				159660 (c/n E-469) to AMARC as 6A0202 Jul 25, 1989
				159661 (c/n E-470) to AMARC as 6A0226 Jul 8, 1987
159662/159667		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7H Corsair II
				for Greece
				159662 (c/n H-1) w/o Sep 3, 1977
				159663 (c/n H-2)
				159664 (c/n H-3)
				159665 (c/n H-4) at Aginion, Greece May 2007
				159666 (c/n H-5, 345th Mira) crashed near Cape Tainaros, Crete, Greece
					Nov 1, 2000.  Pilot survived.
				159667 (c/n H-6) noted in storage at Araxos Sep 2005
159668/159679		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E Corsair II
				Were these built? 
				159671 listed as an AH-1W. 
				159676 must have gone to Greece, since it crashed near Souda, Greece Mar 22, 1975.  
159680/159703		Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				159680 (HMLA-367) destroyed Oct 22, 2003 when crashed on landing 
					during simulated troop insertion at Twentynine Palms EAF, CA. No fatalities
					Aircraft crashed after becoming enveloped in dust cloud generated by another 
					helo.  Pilot severely injured, other three occupants unhurt.  Helicopter
					SOC Nov 18, 2003
				159681 to AMARC Dec 12, 2011.  SOC Mar 10, 2012
				159682 w/o Jul 23, 1998
				159684 to AMARC May 29, 2012
				159686 (c/n 31696) to AMARC Oct 26, 2011.  SOC Jan 7, 2012.  Registered N497FB Aug 29, 2013
				159688 damaged by fire.  Probably SOC.
				159689 to AMARC Mar 22, 2011
				159690 to AMARC Jan 12, 2011
				159692 w/o Feb 19, 1995
				159695 (HMLA-367) crashed Feb 14, 2002 after fin broke off.  SOC May 22, 2002
				159697 (13th MEU/HMM-165) crashed in Kenya Feb 11, 2002.  SOC May 14, 2002
				159698 to AMARC May 29, 2012
				159700 to AMARC Jan 26, 2011.  Registered N497DB Sep 4, 2013
				159701 (c/n 354-015. to AMARC Mar 22, 2011.  As 7970 with Venezuelan AF crashed Nov 22, 2012 in collision 
					with OV-10A 0431.
				159702 (HMLA-367) in accident at MCAS Yuma, AZ Oct 21, 2001.  To AMARC Jan 11, 2011
				159703 w/o Feb 2, 1981
159704/159727		Rockwell T-2C Buckeye
				159704 to AMARC as 2T188 Feb 12, 1992.
				159705 SOC Mar 6, 2009
				159706 to AMARC as 2T0289 Jul 14, 2004
				159707 crashed Jan 6, 1999, NAS Meridian, MS.
				159708 to AMARC as 2T197 Jun 23, 1992.
				159713 active with VX-20 at NAS Patuxent River, MD in 2009.
				159714 to AMARC as 2T0273 Apr 6, 2004
				159716 to AMARC as 2T0251 Sep 17, 2003
				159718 to AMARC as 2T212 Nov 4, 1992.
				159719 to AMARC as 2T0290 Jul 14, 2004
				159720 to AMARC as 2T0282 Jun 1, 2004
				159721 to AMARC as 2T0264 Jan 13, 2004
				159723 to AMARC as 2T186 Feb 6, 1992.
				159724 (CTW-1) crashed at Macon, MS Apr 13, 1989 after colliding
					with T-2C 156694.  Two crew killed, two ejected.
				159727 SOC Dec 18, 2003.  Noted preserved at NAS Meridian Mar 10, 2005.
159728/159772		Lockheed S-3A Viking
				c/n 394A-1057/1101 (or 3057/3101)
				159728 (c/n 394A-1057) burned on NAS Alameda flight line in 1979.  Finally SOC in 1990 and scrapped.
				159729 (c/n 394A-1058) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0071 Dec 2, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				159731 SOC Sep 13, 2006
				159734 (VS-24) crashed near Puerto Rico during routine training mision Mar 15, 1996.
					2 crew members killed.
				159735 (VS-21) crashed near NAS North Island Jan 9, 1985.  Crew ejected.
				159736 (c/n 394A-1065) crashed into sea near Norfolk, Virginia Apr 29, 1992.
				159737 (VS-41) crashed Aug 31, 1998.
				159738 (c/n 394A-1067) seen on ramp at Naval Air Technical Training Center, NAS
					Pensacola in June 2004.  Noted Mar 2006 in compound near NATTC Building,
					NAS Pensacola, FL.
				159740 (VS-33) crashed Jul 21, 1995.
				159741 (c/n 394A-1070) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0089 Sep 1, 2005.
					SOC Jan 17, 2006
				159742 to be displayed at Naval Air Test and Evaluation Museum, Patuxent, MD.
				159743 in 2012 was on display at the new Marietta Museum, Dobbins ARB, Georgia
				159744 SOC Mar 6, 2009
				159745 (c/n 394A-1074) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0069 Nov 23, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				149746 with VX-30 at Point Mugu
				159747 SOC Mar 3, 2009
				159748 crashed March 31, 1998.
				159749 (c/n 394A-1078) to AMARC as 2S0025 Jan 10, 1992.
				159750 (c/n 394A-1079) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0096 Nov 22, 2005.
					SOC Feb 14, 2006
				159751 (c/n 394A-1080) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0062 Aug 5, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005
				159752 (c/n 394A-1081) modified as ES-3A.  To AMARC as 2S0049 Aug 10, 1999.
					SOC Jan 8, 2003
				159753 (c/n 394A-1082) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0099 Dec 14, 2005.
					SOC Feb 14, 2006
				159755 (c/n 394A-1084) SOC Apr 4, 2006.  Seen at NAS Pensacola, FL 2009, still there in Jan 2011.
				159756 (c/n 394A-1085) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0108 Aug 8, 2006
				159758 (VS-31) Struck ground with undercarriage retracted 
					following takeoff from Tinker AFB, OK Aug 24, 2003. Damage reported as Class A.
					Not repaired and SOC Oct 30, 2003
				159759 (c/n 394-1088) with VS-22 crashed into Atlantic Ocean off Norfolk, Virginia shortly after takeoff from
					USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67) Oct 7, 1989.
				159761 (c/n 394A-1090) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0051 Dec 14, 2005
				159762 (c/n 394A-1091) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0083 May 31, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005
				159764 transferred in 2006 to NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH.
					SOC May 5, 2006
				159765 scored kill on Iraqi patrol boat while with VS-32.
				159766 a recent photograph of this aircraft operating in the 
					Iraq theatre shows it to have many strange 'lumps and bumps'; caption 
					describes it as an 'ES-3 Shadow' for surveillance missions.  Started life
					as an S-3A, converted to S-3B.  ASW equipment removed, flown to PAX
					for SSU** phase 1 Aug 1999.  ASW equipment was removed.  Retired at NASNI after making its last
					deployment during Operation Iraqi Freedom.  Carried WESCAM IR camera.
					Plane was put on display aboard Midway aircraft carrier at San Diego 
					Dec 7, 2004.
				159767 (VS-22) crashed Feb 4, 1997.
				159768 (VS-32) crashed into Atlantic Ocean 46 mi NE of Florida
					coast Dec 6, 2000.  Crew of 4 ejected safely.
				159769 (c/n 394A-1098) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0084 Jun 14, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005
				159770 at NATC Museum, NAS Patuxent River, MD
				159771 (c/n 394A-1100) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0058 Jun 24, 2005.  SOC Feb 28, 2005
				159772 (c/n 394A-1101) with VS-41 crashed into Atlantic Ocean off cost of Virginia while operating from
					USS America (CV-66) Oct 18, 1978.
159773			Lockheed WP-3D-165-LO Orion 
				To NOAA as N42RF
159774/159777		Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				159775 to AMARC May 5, 2011
				159776 w/o Oct 16, 1991
				159777 to AMARC Dec 1, 2011.  SOC Feb 22, 2013
159778/159794		Douglas A-4M Skyhawk 
				C/n 14477/14493.  For Marines
				159778 to AMARC as 3A0556 Jun 16, 1989.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-914
				159779 (c/n 14478) to AMARC as 3A0811 Aug 11, 1994
				159780 to AMARC as 3A0661 Jul 25, 1992.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-915
				159781 (c/n 14480) to AMARC as 3A0805 Aug 4, 1994
				159782 (VMA-311) crashed into Pacific Ocean off San Clemente Island Jun 13, 1984.  Pilot ejected.
				159783 (c/n 14482) to AMARC as 3A0541 Feb 9, 1989.  To Argentina in 1995 as C-936.  Crashed near
					Rio Cuarto, Cordoba Aug 24, 2005.  Pilot ejected safely.
				159784 (VMA-211) crashed Nov 3, 1989.
				159785 (c/n 14484) to AMARC as 3A0804 Aug 4, 1994
				159786 (c/n 14485) to AMARC as 3A0540 Feb 6, 1989
				159788 (c/n 14487) to AMARC as 3A0751 Mar 18, 1994
				159789 on display at NAS GRB, Fort Worth, TX
				159790 (c/n 14489) to AMARC as 3A0564 Jul 28, 1989
159795/159798		Douglas TA-4J Skyhawk
				C/n 14494/14497
				159795 in 2012 was at Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida
				159796 to AMARC as 3A0822 Sep 1, 1994.
				159798 at Blue Angels Park, NAF El Centro, CA
159799/159824		Douglas A-4N Skyhawk 
				C/n 14498/14523.  For Israel
				159805 (c/n 14504, IDF/AF 305) currently N431FS with BAE Flight Systems as target
					tug based at Wittmund, Germany
				159808 (c/n 14507) in service with Israel AF as A-4N AyitM 342
				159815 (c/n 14514, IDF/AF 373) currently N434FS with BAE Flight Systems as target
					tug based at Wittmund, Germany
				159823 (c/n 14522, IDF/AF) to Advanced Training Systems International as N264WL.
159825/159874		Grumman F-14A-90-GR Tomcat
				159825 SOC 2/17/1994.  Forward fuselage section at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				159826 crashed 3/5/1976 near NAS Patuxent River, MD after experiencing a spin.
				159827 SOC 1/14/1997l
				159828 SOC 1/23/1996l
				159829 (c/n 189) SOC Dec 21, 2000 and now at Wings Over the Rockies Museum, Colorado.
				159830 at Western Museum of Flight, Hawthorne, CA.
				159831 SOC 8/31/1995.
				159832 damaged after midair collision with 161597 over
					South China Sea 6/29/1991.  SOC 2/23/1994
				159833 (c/n 193) to AMARC as 1K0087 Feb 15, 1996.
				159834 (c/n 194) to AMARC as 1K0029 Mar 21, 1991.  SOC 6/30/1992l
				159835 SOC 9/20/1990.
				159836 SOC 5/9/1997.
				159837 (c/n 197) to AMARC as 1K0079 Jul 7, 1995.
				159838 (VF-124) crashed near NAS Miramar 6/21/1976 after inflight engine
					explosion
				159839 (VF-124) crashed 8/28/1977 after inflight engine explosion.
				159840 crashed into sea 1/18/1984 after loss of power on single-
					engine approach to USS Enterprise.
				159841 SOC 12/31/1994.   On display at NSWC-DD (Airfield Ramp), Virginia Beach, VA
				159842 (VF-124) crashed 4/19/1977 near El Centro after dual engine flameout during maneuvering.
				159843 (VF-213) crashed during landing aboard USS Abraham Lincoln 7/20/1993 in Indian Ocean.  Both 
					crewmen ejected, but pilot was killed. 
				159848 at Tillamook Air Museum, OR
				159849 (c/n 209) to AMARC as 1K0076 Mar 21, 1995. SOC Sept 14, 2000.
				159851 SOC 3/14/1995.
				159852 SOC 3/14/1995.
				159853 (c/n 213) SOC 6/1/1992.  Noted Aug 2003 preserved at Defense Supply Center, Richmond, VA
				159854 (VF-114) crashed 6/28/1977 SW of San Diego, CA after experiencing total engine failure.
				159855 SOC 3/23/1998.
				159856 SOC 1/31/1996. On display at NAF El Centro, CA
				159857 SOC 12/31/1993.
				159858 (c/n 218) to AMARC as 1K0081 Aug 23, 1995.
				159859 (VF-213) crashed Aug 8, 1984 near NAS Cubi Point.  Both crew killed.
				159860 SOC 1/1/1996.
				159861 (VF-213) crashed 9/3/1986 into Silver Strand Beach, CA.
				159862 (c/n 222) to AMARC as 1K0080 Aug 21, 1995.  SOC Sept 14, 2000.
				159863 (c/n 223) to AMARC as 1K0100 Apr 18, 1997.  On exhibit at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ.
				159864 SOC 3/23/1999.
				159865 crashed into F-14A 160888 due to failing brakes 12/16/1988.
				159866 (c/n 226) to AMARC as 1K0092 Apr 30, 1996.  SOC 6/7/1999.
				159867 (VF-24) crashed in northern Persian Gulf Feb 22, 1996 off USS Nimitz.  Both crewmembers rescued.
				159868 (c/n 228) to AMARC as 1K0111 Oct 1, 1997.  SOC 4/19/2000.
				159869 SOC 9/12/1994.
				159870 (VF-213) went into sea off coast of Sri Lanka 7/8/1991.  Both crewmembers ejected
					safely and were rescued.
				159871 (c/n 231) to AMARC as 1K0107 Sep 16, 1997. 
				159872 (VF-114) SOC 1/27/1989.
				159873 SOC Jan 15, 2002
				159874 SOC 1/31/1995.
159875			Lockheed WP-3D-165-LO Orion 
				To NOAA as N43RF
159876/159877		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
				c/n 65-410/411 ??
				159876 destroyed in a mishap Oct 6, 1978 at NAS Patuxent River outlying airfield Webster Field.  3 crew escaped
					with minor injuries.
159878/159882		Northrop F-5E Tiger II
				159878 ex USAAF 73-0893
				159879 ex USAAF 73-0894
				159880 ex USAAF 73-0895.  SOC Mar 7, 2012
				159881 ex USAAF 74-1480
				159882 ex USAAF 74-1481.   Crashed on Yuma Ranges, AZ during ACT sortie Sep 21, 1984.
159883/159894		Lockheed P-3C-170-LO Orion
				c/n 285A-5634/5645
				159883 (c/n 285A-5634) to AMARC as 2P0171 Sep 21, 1995.  Left AMARC by late Sep 205 and flown to
					to Lockheed Martin at Greenville, SC for delivery to Pakistan Navy as 84.  Destroyed in May 22, 2011
					Taliban attack on a PNS Mehran in Karachi, Pakistan.
				159886 (c/n 285A-5637) to AMARC as 2P0242 Oct 25, 2005.
					SOC Jan 17, 2006
				159888 (c/n 285A-5639) to AMARC as 2P0168 Sep 1, 1995.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  Scrapped at HVF West, Tucson, AZ
				159889 to P-3C-II
				159890 (c/n 285A-5641) to AMARC as 2P0166 Sep 1, 1995.  Left AMARC by mid-Nov 2005 and flown to
					Lockheed Martin at Greenville, SC for delivery to Pakistan Navy as 90
				159892 (c/n 285A-5643, VP-9) engine over speed and fire, subsequent ditching 600 mi off
					Petrpavlovsk, USSR Oct 26, 1978.  5 killed.  10 survivors picked  up by a Soviet trawler.
				159893 (c/n 285A-5644) to AMARC as 2P0181 Oct 28, 1997.  To Raytheon, Greenvillen Texas May 25, 2000
159895/159906		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				c/n I-571/582
				159895 (VA-85) crashed near NAS Fallon Mar 22, 1993.  Forward fuselage noted
					at Chino, CA Oct 2002
				159896 to AMARC as 5A0246 Feb 12, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				159898 to AMARC as 5A0148 Jan 18, 1995.  SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				159899 to AMARC as 5A0161 Aug 2, 1995.  SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				159900 to AMARC as 5A0184 Apr 30, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				159901 at NAF El Centro in state of disrepair.
				159902 crashed into ocean in 1986 off California coast during
					flight from USS Ranger.  Crew ejected safely.
				159906 to AMARC as 5A0158 Jun 14, 1995. SOC Mar 16, 1999.
159907/159912		Grumman EA-6B-60-GR ICAP I Prowler
				c/n P54/P59
				159907 SOC Feb 3, 2006.  Cut up completed Jan 2009.
				159908 SOC Nov 2, 2012
				159910 (VMAQ-2) crashed while landing on USS Nimitz while operating 70 mi from
					Jacksonville, FL May 26, 1981.  3 crewmen plus 11 deck personnel killed, 48 injured.  
					The aircraft reportedly applied power as it was landing and then suddenly drifted to 
					the right, running into parked aircraft, causing ammunition to explode and starting 
					numerous fires.  100 million dollars damage.  The crash sparked a 5-month debate
					between Rep. Joseph Addabo (D-NY) and the Navy over whether drug use on board
					the carrier may have contributed to the crash.
				159911 SOC Jun 9, 2008.  Cutup completed Jun 2009
				159912 SOC Sep 11, 2009.
159913/159966		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7H Corsair II
				For Greece.  C/n H-07/H-60
				159913 (c/n H-07) at Aginion, Greece May 2007.
				159914 (c/n H-08) is Greek AF 159914.  Noted in storage at Araxos Sep 2005
				159915 (c/n H-09)
				159916 (c/n H-10) noted in storage at Araxos Sep 2005
				159917 (c/n H-11, 347 Mira) crashed on Lesbos Mar 7, 1990. AFM 10/2007
				159918 (c/n H-12, 116 Pteriga Mahis/ 336 Mira Vombardismou) crashed near Andravida, Greece Nov 26, 2003 following alleged 
					fuel starvation. Pilot ejected safely.  Incident occurred on final approach to 
					Andravida AB; it appears that the aircraft almost 'landed itself' despite the 
					undercarriage not having been lowered, that damage is minimal so may well be repaired.
					Noted in storage at Araxos Sep 2005
				159919 (c/n H-13)
				159920 (c/n H-14)
				159921 (c/n H-15) noted in storage at Agrinion AB, Greece Jan 2009.
				159922 (c/n H-16) w/o Jul 30, 1982
				159923 (c/n H-17) w/o Dec 20, 1980
				159924 (c/n H-18)
				159925/7 (c/n H-19/21) noted in storage at Araxos Sep 2005
				159928 (c/n H-22) w/o Aug 2, 1977.
				159929 (c/n H-23) noted in storage at Araxos Sep 2005
				159930 (c/n H-24) w/o Feb 11, 1983
				159931/3 (c/n H-25/27) noted in storage at Araxos Sep 2005
				159934 (c/n H-28)
				159935 (c/n H-29)
				159936 (c/n H-30) noted in storage at Araxos Sep 2005
				159937 (c/n H-31)
				159938 (c/n H-32) noted in storage at Araxos Sep 2005
				159939 (c/n H-33) noted at Aginion, Greece May 2007
				159940 (c/n H-34) w/o May 4, 2000.
				159941 (c/n H-35) w/o May 13, 1981
				159942 (c/n H-36)  w/o Jun 29, 1982
				159946 (c/n H-40) noted in storage at Agrinion AB, Greece Jan 2009
				159947 (c/n H-41) noted in storage at Araxos Sep 2005
				159948 (c/n H-42) stored at Araxos Air Base in Sep 2008.
				159949 (c/n H-43) noted in storage at Agrinion AB, Greece Jan 2009
				159950 (c/n H-44) notedat Agrinion AB, Greece May 2007
				159951 (c/n H-45, 115 Pteriga Makhis) crashed Aug 13, 1998 due 
					to pilot error.
				159952 (c/n H-46) noted preserved at Araxos Air Base Nov 2012.
				159953 (c/n H-47) at Agrinion AB, Greece May 2007
				159954 (c/n H-48) at Agrinion AB, Greece May 2007
				159955 (c/n H-49)
				159956 (c/n H-50) noted in storage at Agrinion AB, Greece Jan 2009
				159957 (c/n H-51)
				159958 (c/n H-52) w/o May 10, 1984
				159959 (c/n H-53)
				159960 (c/n H-54)
				159961 (c/n H-55) at Agrinion AB, Greece May 2007
				159962 (c/n H-56) noted in storage at Agrinion AB, Greece Jan 2009
				159963 (c/n H-57, 116 PM, 336 MV) crashed Jul 5, 2005 at Sperhaida, Greece.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				159964 (c/n H-58) w/o Feb 23, 1978
				159965 (c/n H-59) at Agrinion AB, Greece May 2007
				159966 (c/n H-60) noted in storage at Agrinion AB, Greece Jan 2009,
159967/160006		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E Corsair II
				159967 (c/n E-471) to Greek AF
				159968 (c/n E-472) to AMARC as 6A0397 Jul 16, 1991
				159969 (c/n E-473) to AMARC as 6A0326 Mar 23, 1990
				159970 (c/n E-474) to AMARC a 6A0319 Mar 15, 1990
				159971 (c/n E-475) on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL to Carolinas Aviation 
					Museum, Charlotte, NC.
				159972 (c/n E-476, VA-87) w/o Feb 13, 1981
				159973 (c/n E-477, VA-94) crashed into Indian Ocean while on approach to USS Enterprise Mar 8, 1986.
					Pilot ejected.
				159974 (c/n E-478) on static display at NAS JRB, New Orleans, LA.
				159975 (c/n E-479)
				159976 (c/n E-480) to AMARC as 6A0305 Nov 27, 1989.  To Thai Navy.
				159977 (c/n E-481, VA-87) w/o Nov 12, 1980
				159978 (c/n E-482, VA-37) overran runway at Twenty-Nine Palms, CA May 15, 1984.
				159979 (c/n E-483, VA-15) W/o Jun 7, 1976)
				159980 (c/n E-484) to Greek AF
				159981 (c/n E-485) to AMARC as 6A0325 Mar 23, 1990.  To NAS Fallon as
					range target.
				159982 (c/n E-486, VA-56) w/o Mar 15, 1978
				159983 (c/n E-487, VA-93) w/o Jul 1, 1977
				159984 (c/n E-488)
				159985 (c/n E-489) to AMARC as 6A0406 Sep 27, 1991.  
				159986 (c/n E-490) to AMARC as 6A0241 Sep 22, 1987.  With VA-82, collided with A-7 157459 while
					in circuit at NAS Roosevelt Roads Aug 31, 1983.  One pilot killed, so at least one
					aircraft crashed.
				159987 (c/n E-491, VA-72) w/o Dec 28, 1982.
				159988 (c/n E-492) to AMARC as 6A0232 Aug 17, 1987
				159989 (c/n E-493) to AMARC as 6A0317 Mar 12, 1990
				159990 (c/n E-494, VA-56) crashed into sea following engine failure Jul 13, 1985.
				159991 (c/n E-495)
				159992 (c/n E-496) to AMARC as 6A0355 May 22, 1990
				159993 (c/n E-497, VA-46) w/o Jun 22, 1978
				159994 (c/n E-498) to AMARC as 6A0383 Oct 24,1990
				159995 (c/n E-499, VA-72) crashed Dec 11, 1984.
				159996 (c/n E-500) to AMARC as 6A0378 Sep 4, 1990
				159997 (c/n E-501) to AMARC as 6A0302 Sep 15, 1989
				159998 (c/n E-502, VA-22) w/o Jul 15, 1982
				159999 (c/n E-503) to Greek AF
				160000 (c/n E-504, VA-93) made wheels-up landing at NAS Cubi Point Jan 3, 1984.  Dumped at sea
				160001 (c/n E-505) to AMARC as 6A0329 Mar 28, 1990
				160002 (c/n E-506) to Greek AF