US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (160007 to 163049)



Last revised April 18, 2014


160007/160012		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				c/n A029/A034
				160007 (c/n A029) SOC
				160008 (c/n A030) SOC
				160009 (c/n A031) SOC
				160010 (c/n A032) to NAS North Island NADEP SARDIP yard 2003.  SOC
				160011 (c/n A033) to Coast Guard as 3504.  Returned to Navy.  
					To AMARC as 2E0030 Jul 15, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160012 (c/n A034) at Garden City, NY as part of "Cradle of Naval Aviation Display".  SOC
160013/160021		Lockheed KC-130R Hercules
				Former USAF aircraft tranferred to the Marine Corps.
				160013 (c/n 382-4615) former USAF 74-1654.  To AMARC as 2G0058 Jan 7, 2008.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				160014 (c/n 382-4626) former USAF 74-1655.  To AMARC as 2G0049
					Jul 11, 2006.  SOC Nov 29, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160015 (c/n 382-4629) former USAF 74-1656.  To AMARC as 2G0056
					Sep 11, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160016 (c/n 382-4635) former USAF 74-1657.  To AMARC as 2G0059
					Feb 6, 2008.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				160017 (c/n 382-4677) former USAF 75-0550.  To AMARC as 2G0045
					May 17, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160018 (c/n 382-4683) former USAF 75-0551.  To AMARC as 2G0043
					Feb 9, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160019 (c/n 382-4689) former USAF 75-0552.  To AMARC as 2G0041
					Sep 27, 2005.  SOC Jan 17, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160020 (c/n 382-4696) former USAF 75-0553.  To AMARC as 2G0040
					Aug 29, 2005.  SOC Jan 17, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160021 (c/n 382-4702) former USAF 75-0554.  With VMGR-352, crashed in mountainous area while
					approaching airport near Shamshi airbase, Pakistan Jan 9, 2002.
					7 killed.  Cause of loss was lack of situation awareness by
					crew, leading to flight at lower than safe altitude. 
160022/160045		Douglas A-4M Skyhawk 
				C/n 14524/14547.  For Marines.
				160022 (c/n 14524) to AMARC as 3A0554 Jun 2, 1989
				160023 (c/n 14525) with VMA-211 crashed following loss of control Jul 9, 1985.
				160024 (c/n 14526) at Tourist Centre, Hampton Inn, Havelock, NC in 2008.
				160025 (c/n 14527) to AMARC as 3A0548 Apr 13, 1989.  To 
					Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR C-924.  Noted stored Mar 2004
					at Villa Reynolds.
				160026 (c/n 14528) to AMARC as 3A0551 May 26, 1989
				160029 to AMARC as 3A0549 Apr 21, 1989.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-916.
				160030 (c/n 14532) to AMARC as 3A0584 Dec 6, 1990
				160031 (c/n 14533) to AMARC as 3A0585 Dec 10, 1990.  On display at Orange County Veterans Memoria,
					Santa Ana, California--dedicated Sep 2008.
				160032 (c/n 14534) to AMARC as 3A0654 Jun 12, 1992.  To Argentina 
					in 1995 as A-4AR C-926.
				160034 w/o Oct 28, 1992.
				160035 (c/n 14537) to to AMARC as 3A0570 Nov 28, 1989.  To 
					Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR C-927.  Noted stored Mar 2004
					at Villa Reynolds
				160036 located at Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, IL
				160039 (c/n 14541) to Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR C-928
				160040 (c/n 14542) to AMARC as 3A0550 May 11, 1989.  To Argentina 
					in 1995 as A-4AR C-929
				160042 to AMARC as 3A0572 Dec 1, 1989.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-930
				160043 to AMARC as 3A0672 Aug 14, 1992.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-931
				160045 to AMARC as 3A0773 Apr 2, 1995.  To Argentina in 1995 as A-4AR FAA C-922
160046/160052		McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain II
				DC-9-32-CF acquired by US Navy for airlift.
				160046 c/n 47684.  Operated by VMR-1 USMC at MCAS Cherry Point, NC
				160047 c/n 47687.  Operated by VMR-1 USMC at MCAS Cherry Point, NC
				160048 c/n 47681.  To AMARC Jun 5, 2012.  SOC Aug 10, 2012
				160049 c/n 47598.  SOC Feb 22, 2012.
				160050 c/n 47699
				160051 c/n 47700
				160052 cancelled
160053/160058		North American Rockwell CT-39G Sabreliner
				Fleet tactical support version of commercial NA.306 Sabre 60
				160053 c/n 306-104 civil registry of N65794  Redesignated T-39G Aug 26, 1998.  To AMARC as 7T0033 Dec 16, 1998.  
					Seen at Perryville, Missouri Dec 20, 2010, so must have been returned to service. Back to AMARC Sep 24, 2013.
				160054 c/n 306-105 civil registry of N65795 with Rockwell Apr 21, 1975, Cancelled Aug 26, 1975.
					Redesignated T-39G Aug 26, 1998.  Transferred to National Museum of Naval Aviation and stricken May 2013.  
				160055 c/n 306-106 civil registry of N65796 with Rockwell May 8, 1975, cancelled Aug 13, 1975. 
					Redesignated T-39G Aug 26, 1998.  To AMARC Mar 6, 2013 
				160056 c/n 306-107 civil registry of N65797 with Rockwell May 29, 1975, cancelled Sep 5, 1975.  Redesignated 
					T-39G Aug 26, 1998.  To AMARC as 7T0029 Oct 28, 1993.  SOC Jan 15, 2003, to NMNA, Pensacola, FL
				160057 c/n 306-108 civil registry of N65798 with Rockwell Jun 12, 1975, cancelled Sep 5, 1975.  Crashed 1 mi SE
					of Glenview NAS, IL Mar 3, 1991.  3 killed.
				160058 c/n 306-109 civil registry of N65799 with Rockwell Jun 12, 1975, cancelled Sep 18, 1975. 
160059/160098		Rockwell T-2E Buckeye
				for Greece
				160085 w/o June 24, 1996 between villages of Malta
					and Andania.  Stalled during low-level navex, crew
					could not eject.
160099/160104		Sikorsky RH-53D Super Stallion
					c/n 65-396/401.  Ordered by Iran as 6-2701/2706.  6-2702 changed to 9-2702.
160105/160119		Bell AH-1J SeaCobra
				For US Marine Corps
				160105 (c/n 26070) converted to AH-1W.  in 2010 was with HMLA-267, not SOC
				160106 (c/n 26071) convertdd to AH-1T.  W/o Sep 18, 1981
				160107 (c/n 26072) SOC Apr 2009.  I have a report that 160107 collided shortly after takeoff with 
					UH-1Y 168039 Feb 22, 2012 at Yuma Range.  2 killed.
				160108 (c/n 16073)  SOC Apr 2009
				160109 (c/n 26074) w/o Sep 16, 1985
				160110 (c/n 26075) w/o Oct 14, 1980
				160111 (c/n 26076) w/o Aug 16, 1993.
				160112 (c/n 26077) w/o Oct 25, 1983 during Operation Urgent Fury (invasion of Grenada)
				160113 (c/n 26078) converted to AH-1W c/n 26903.  SOC Apr 2009
				160114 (c/n 26079) converted to AH-1T.  w/o May 22, 1981.
160120/160164		Lockheed S-3A Viking
				c/n 394A-1102/1146 (or 3102/3146)
				160121 (c/n 394A-1103) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0106 Jun 27, 2006.
					SOC Nov 29, 2006
				160122 (VS-24) crashed at Echols Mill, GA Jul 31, 2003 after losing
					hydraulic power.  Both crew ejected safely.
				160123 (c/n 394A-1105) SOC Jun 2, 2005.  In 2007 was at Kalamazoo
					Aviation History Museum.
				160124 (c/n 394A-1106) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0092 Oct 3, 2005.
					SOC Jan 17, 2006
				160125 (c/n 394A-1107) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0085 Jun 14, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005
				160127 (c/n 394A-1109) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0082 May 24, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				160128 (c/n 394A-1110) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0087 Aug 25, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005
				160129 (c/n 394A-1111) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0086 Aug 3, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005
				160130 (c/n 394A-1112) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0060 Jun 29, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				160131 (c/n 394A-1113) converted to S-3B.  (VS-21) badly damaged in heavy landing at NAF 
					Atsugi, Japan Mar 30, 1999.  To AMARC as 2S0055 May 26, 2004.
				160132 (c/n 394A-1114) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0077 Jan 28, 2005.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				160133 SOC Apr 27, 2007
				160134 SOC Mar 6, 2009
				160135 (c/n 394A-1117) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0068 Nov 4, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				160136 (c/n 394A-1118) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0112 Sep 19, 2006.
					SOC Nov 29, 2006
				160137 (c/n 394A-1119) crashed with VS-22 while operating from USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67) in Mediterranean
					Sea Oct 21, 1986.
				160138 (c/n 394A-1120) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0094 Oct 12, 2005.
					SOC Jan 17, 2006
				160139 (c/n 394A-1121) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0080 Mar 16, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				160140 to AMARC
				160141 located at AMARC in 2011.  SOC Jan 8, 2009
				160144 (c/n 394A-1126) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0100 Dec 19, 2005.  SOC Feb 14, 2006.
				160146 (c/n 394A-1128) with VS-24 w/o after being struck by departing A-7E 157449 of VA-174 while taxying
					across runway at NAS Cecil Field, Florida Nov 8, 1983.
				160147 with VX-30 at Point Mugu.  Reportedly redired Nov 13, 2012.
				160148 (VS-21) crashed into woods near Westside Regional Park Sep 21, 2005 while
					on final approach to NAS Jacksonville, FL during rainstorm.  Both crew killed.  AFM 10-2005.
				160150 (VS-24) flew into sea during flyby of USS Nimitz Nov 17, 1981.  Crew of 
					4 killed.
				160151 SOC Jun 2, 2006
				160153 SOC Mar 6, 2009
				160154 (c/n 394A-1136) with VS-30 crashed into Atlantic Ocean off Rota, Spain Dec 8, 1979.
				160155 (c/n 394A-1137) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0111 Sep 12, 2006.
					SOC Nov 29, 2006
				160156 (c/n 394A-1138) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0093 Oct 4, 2005.
					SOC Jan 17, 2006
				160157 (c/n 394A-1139) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0065 Aug 19, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				160158 (c/n 394A-1140) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0081 May 4, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				160159 (c/n 394A-1141) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0088 Aug 25, 2005.
					SOC Jan 17, 2006
				160160 (c/n 394A-1142) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0079 Mar 9, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				160161 SOC Mar 6, 2009
				160162 (c/n 394A-1144) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0109 Aug 15, 2006.
					SOC Nov 29, 2006
				160163 (c/n 394A-1145) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0074 Dec 15, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				160164 (c/n 394A-1146) with VS-24 struck while taxying at NAS Cecil Field, FL Nov 8, 1983
					by A-7 157449 which was taking off.  3 killed.
160165/160179		Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				160168 to AMARC Oct 26, 2011.  SOC Jan 17, 2012
				160169 to AMARC Jan 15, 2010
				160170 to AMARC Aug 13, 2012
				160172 to AMARC Oct 26, 2011.  SOC Jan 17, 2012
				160174 (HMM-166/HMLA-16() crashed at MCAS Camp Pendleton, CA Jan 22, 2004
				160176 to AMARC May 5, 2011
				160177 to AMARC Sep 30, 2010.  SOC Dec 12, 2010
				160178 w/o Oct 8, 1990 when collided with 160622.
160180/160209		Douglas A-4KU Skyhawk 
				C/n 14548/14577.  For Kuwait -- Kuwait AF serials 801 to 830
				160180 (c/n 14548) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1001.
				160181 (c/n 14549) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1002.
				160183 (c/n 14551) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1003.
				160186 (c/n 14554) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1004.
				160188 (c/n 14556) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1005.
				160189 (c/n 14557) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1006.
				160190 (c/n 14558) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1007.
				160192 (c/n 14560) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1008.
				160193 (c/n 14561) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1009.
				160195 (c/n 14563) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1010.
				160196 (c/n 14564) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1011.
				160197 (c/n 14565) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1012.
				160198 (c/n 14566) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1013.
				160199 (c/n 14567) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1014.
				160201 (c/n 14569) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1015.
				160202 (c/n 14570) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1016.
				160203 (c/n 14571) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1017.
				160204 (c/n 14572) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1018.
				160205 (c/n 14573) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1019.
				160206 (c/n 14574) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1 ser. no. N-1020.
160210/160215		Douglas TA-4KU Skyhawk 
				C/n 14578/14583.  For Kuwait -- Kuwait AF serials 881 to 886
				160210 noted at Kuwait AF Museum, Kuwait IAP Sep 23, 2003
				160211 noted at Kuwait AF Museum, Kuwait IAP Sep 23, 2003
				160212 (c/n 14580) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1A ser. no. N-1021.
				160213 (c/n 14581) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1A ser. no. N-1022.
				160215 (c/n 14583) sold to Brazilian Navy as AF-1A ser. no. N-1023.
160216/160227		Rockwell OV-10F Bronco
				Model NA-397.  For Indonesia
160228/160239		Rockwell T-2D Buckeye
				For Morocco
160240			Lockheed KC-130R Hercules
				c/n 4712.  Was former USAF 75-0555.  To AMARC as 2G0048 Jul 11, 2006.
					SOC Nov 29, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
160241/160264		Douglas A-4M Skyhawk 
				C/n 14584/14607.  For Marines.
				160243 (c/n 14586) to AMARC as 3A0736 Dec 1, 1993
				160244 (c/n 14587) to AMARC as 3A0577 Jan 24, 1990
				160245 (c/n 14588) to AMARC as 3A0555 Jun 6, 1989.  To Barry
					Goldwater Range, Gila Bend, AZ as target
				160247 (c/n 14590) in yard in North Hollywood, CA Jan 2007
				160248 (c/n 14591) to AMARC as 3A0678 Sep 4, 1992
				160249 (c/n 14592) in yard in North Hollywood, CA Jan 2007
				160251 (VMA-124) crashed May 15, 1989.
				160253 (c/n 14596) to AMARC as 3A0769 May 6, 1994
				160254 (c/n 14597) to AMARC as 3A0786 Jun 22, 1994
				160255 in 2010 mounted on pylon outside Grenada High School, Grenada, MS.  Painted as Blue Angels, but never
					flew with Blue Angels.
				160256 (c/n 14599) rear fuselage at Marana Northwest RAP, AZ Mar 2007
				160257 (c/n 14600) crashed with VMA-223 Apr 14, 1985 after loss of control
				160258 (c/n 14601) to AMARC as 3A0571 Nov 30, 1989
				160259 (c/n 14602) to AMARC as 3A0787 Jun 22, 1994
				160260 (c/n 14603) to AMARC as 3A0768 Apr 20, 1994
				160261 (c/n 14604) to AMARC as 3A0574 Dec 18, 1989
				160262 (c/n 14605) to AMARC as 3A0710 Jun 29, 1993
				160263 (c/n 14606) to AMARC as 3A0774 May 18, 1994.
				160264 (c/n 14607) on display at Flying Leatherneck Museum, Miramar, CA.
160265/160282		Beech T-34C Mentor
				c/n GL-1/GL-18
				160266 (c/n GL-2) is now NT-34C with Naval Force Warfare Aircraft Test Squadron.  SOC Jan 13, 2005
				160267 (c/n GL-3) w/o Jul 15, 1977
				160268 to AMARC as 4T0173 Apr 28, 1993.  Returned to service.  SOC Aug 8, 2012.
				160269 to AMARC as 4T1070 Apr 28, 1993.  Returned to service.  Back to AMaRC Mar 7, 2012.  SOC May 7, 2012
				160270 to AMARC as 4T0171 Apr 28, 1993.  In 2011 was on display at NAS Corpus Christi, TX.
				160271 (c/n GL-7) to AMARC as 4T0216 Mar 29, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005.
				160272 to AMARC as 4T0185 Jun 22, 1993.  Returned to service.
				160274 to AMARC as 4T0184 Jun 22, 1993
				160275 (TAW-5) crashed at Jay, FL Mar 1, 1982 after colliding with T-34C 161056.
					Occupants of one aircraft killed, those of other bailed out
					safely.
				160273 (c/n GL-9) SOC Sep 13, 1999.
				160280 (c/n GL-16) to AMARC as 4T0172 Apr 28, 1993.  Returned to service Mar 24, 1998
				160282 (c/n GL-18) to AMARC as 4T0221 Jun 1, 2005.    SOC Oct 18, 2005
160283/160289		Lockheed P-3C-175-LO Orion
				c/n 285A-5646/5652
				160284 to AMARC Oct 31, 2006.  SOC Nov 29, 2006. 
				160285 (c/n 285A-5648) to AMARC as 2P0182 Dec 3, 1997.  To Raytheon, Waco, Texas Sep 20, 2000.
				160286 (c/n 285A-5649) to AMARC as 2P0231 Dec 7, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				160289 (c/n 285A-5652) to AMARC as 2P0184 Dec 16, 1997.  To Pakistan Navy as 89
160290/160294		Lockheed P-3C-180-LO Orion
				c/n 285A-5653/5657
				160291 converted to EP-3E Aries II.
				160294 cancelled on production line and reassigned to RAAF as 160751.
160295/160298		Rockwell OV-10F Bronco
				Model NA-397.  For Indonesia
160299/160378		Grumman F-14A Tomcat 
				For Iran under serial numbers 3-863/3-892 and 3-6001/3-6050.  
					Last one not delivered.
				160311 lost 4/30/1977 144 mi SE of Esfahan, Iran during instructional
					flight with Iranian pilot and Grumman instructor.
				160318 (c/n H-30) IRIAF 3-6020
				160322 (IRIAF 3-6024) on static display at Khoramshar Air Exhibition Jun 5, 2002.
				160346 lost 11/15/1977 78 mi SE of Esfahan, Iran with all-Iranian
					crew aboard.
				160358 seen at Tehran, Iran bearing IRIAF serial 3-6060
				160378 (c/n H80) not delivered to Iran. To NF-14 testbed.  To AMARC as 1K0119 Aug 21, 2000.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
160379/160414		Grumman F-14A-95-GR Tomcat
				160379 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
				160380 (VF-84) crashed May 3, 1980 into sea off Iran during launch from USS
					Nimitz.  Crew were killed.  Suffered engine failure on catapult launch, lost
					directional control at low speed, stalled, and crashed off the bow of the ship.
				160381 (VF-84) crashed Aug 26, 1994 near Goose Creek Island, Pamlico Sound, NC.  Both crewmembers
					ejected safely.
				160382 on loan from Pensacola to the Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA.
				160383 (VF-41) crashed into Mediterranean Nov 3, 1979 while operating from USS
					Nimitz while conducting an interception during joint exericse with USAF and Spanish AF.
					Both crew lost at sea. 
				160384 (c/n 240) to AMARC as 1K0084 Aug 31, 1995
				160385 SOC after being hit by crashing EA-6B aboard USS Nimitz
					5/26/1981.
				160386 SOC Sep 8, 1999.  Was on exhibit at NAS Willow Grove, PA (Delaware Valley Historical Aircraft Association).
					To Great Lakes Naval Training Center, North Chicago, Illinois Nov 2010.
				160387 (c/n 243) to AMARC as 1K0097 Jun 12, 1996
				160388 (VF-41) crashed into sea Apr 1, 1980 while on approach to USS Nimitz.  Crew ejected safely
					and were rescued
				160389 SOC 9/5/1997.
				160390 (VF-41) shot down Libyan Su 22 Aug 19, 1981 over Gulf of Sidra
					crewed by Lawrence Muczynski and James Anderson.
					Crashed into water 10-25-94 during landing on USS Abraham 
					Lincoln (CVN-72, VF-213) due to engine flameout.  Pilot Lt Kara 
					Hultgreen ejected but was killed.  WSO ejected and survived.
				160391 SOC Nov 29, 1999.  Plane is now at Texas Air Museum, Caprock
					Chapter, Slaton, TX.
				160392 (VF-41) crashed into Atlantic Ocean 10/3/1977 after ramp strike
					while landing on USS Nimitz.  Both crew ejected safely
				160393 (c/n 249) to AMARC as 1K0089 Apr 15, 1996
				160394 (VF-41) crashed May 22, 1995 in Mediterranean after takeoff
					 from USS Theodore Roosevelt.  Crew safely recovered. 
				160395 delivered to Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum May 18, 1995.
				160396 (c/n 252) to AMARC as 1K0118 Nov 16, 1998
				160397 SOC and used as maintenance trainer at NAS Pensacola.
					Seen on ramp at Naval Air Technical Training Center, NAS
					Pensacola in June 2004
				160399 (c/n 255) to AMARC as 1K0096 Jun 11, 1996
				160400 (VF-101) collided with 161420 during air combat training
					8/30/1983 and crashed into sea off Virginia capes.  OF crews of both colliding
					aircraft, two were killed and two rescued.
				160401 on display at Fleet Air Control and Surveillance Facility VACAPES, Virginia Beach, VA
				160402 (c/n 258) to AMARC as 1K0086 Jan 10, 1996
				160403 shot down Libyan Su-22 Aug 19, 1981 over Gulf of Sidra,
					crewed by Henry Kleeman and David Venlet.  Now with
					Confederate Air Force museum, Midland, TX.  Plane painted as 160403 at Ronald Reagan Library is actually 162592
				160404 (c/n 260) to AMARC as 1K0090 Apr 19, 1996
				160405 (c/n 261) to AMARC as 1K0105 Jul 25, 1997
				160406 (c/n 262) to AMARC as 1K0115 Nov 21, 1997
				160407 (VF-32) crashed into Atlantic Ocean near the Virgin Islands
					Aug 8, 1998.  Crew ejected safely.  The number of this
					crashed plane also quoted as 161427.
				160408 (NAWC) crashed at NAS Fallon 7/6/1998.  Both crewmembers
					ejected safely.
				160409 (VF-143) crashed 9/12/1988 off coast of North Carolina.
					Both crewmembers killed.
				160410 (c/n 266) to AMARC as 1K0077 Apr 26, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160411 delivered to Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Glenville NY, Nov 25, 1997.
				160412 (VF-101) crashed into sea Mar 21, 1978 off USS Kitty Hawk.  The date may not be correct, anyone
					have more info?
				160413 (c/n 269) to AMARC as 1K0094 May 28, 1996
				160414 (VF-14) crashed March 23, 1995 off coast of Virginia.  Both
					crewmembers ejected safely.
160415/160420		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				c/n A035/A040.
				160415 (c/n A035) to Coast Guard as 3508.  Returned to Navy.  To AMARC as 2E0023
					Oct 5, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160416 (c/n A036) to AMARC as 2E0032 Sep 16, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160417 (C/n A037) to AMARC as 2E0021 Jan 10, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160418 (c/n A038) SOC
				160419 (c/n A039) to Coast Guard as 3509.  Has been scrapped.
				160420 (c/n A040) w.o Oct 1996
160421/160431		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				c/n I-583/593
				160422 to AMARC as 5A0201 Jul 9, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				160423 to AMARC as 5A0183 Feb 27, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				160425 to AMARC as 5A0211 Aug 2, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				160427 to AMARC as 5A0245 Feb 6, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				160429 to AMARC as 5A0232 Dec 4, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				160430 to AMARC as 5A0101 Jun 15, 1994
160432/160437		Grumman EA-6B-60-GR ICAP I Prowler
				c/n P60/P64
				160432 SOC Jun 10, 2011.  Put on display, not sure where.
				160433 SOC Apr 8, 2011
				160435 w/o Aug 23, 1996, Yuma, Arizona
160437			Grumman EA-6B-70-GR ICAP I Prowler
				c/n P65.  SOC Jan 4, 2011.  
160438/160461		Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				160438 to AMARC Aug 13, 2012
				160439 (HMM-166) shot down in Iraq Aug 5, 2004 by small arms
					fire while ferrying an injured Marine out of Najaf.  All
					on board survived.
				160440 (HMM-365, HMLA-269) crashed in Afghanistan Dec 6, 2001.
				160441 crashed Sept 16, 1998.
				160443 to AMARC Oct 31, 2010.  SOC Dec 12, 2010
				160444 (HMLA-269) suffered Class A damage in hard landing in
					sandstorm somewhere in Iraq Mar 26, 2003.  SOC the same day.
				160445 to AMARC Jan 12, 2011
				160446 (c/n 31738) converted to UH-1Y.  SOC May 30, 2003
				160447 w/o Oct 4, 1987.  Wreck seen at Bahrain IAP Dec 27, 1987.
				160448 SOC Jul 15, 2009.
				160449 (c/n 31751) to AMARC as 7H0249 Sep 27, 1996.  SOC Dec 12, 2010
				160452 to AMARC Dec 1, 2011.  SOC Mar 3, 2012
				160453 to AMARC Dec 8, 2011.  SOC Mar 8, 2012
				160454 to AMARC Dec 8, 2011
				160457 SOC Dec 12, 2003
				160458 (HMM-162) crashed May 4, 1989.
				160459 to AMARC Apr 24, 2013
				160460 to AMARC Aug 30, 2010
				160461 to AMARC May 23, 2012
160462/160536		Beech T-34C Mentor
				c/n GL-19/GL-93
				160462 to AMARC Feb 1, 2012.  SOC Mar 26, 2012
				160463 (c/n GL-20) to AMARC as 4T200 Aug 19, 1993.  Returned to service.
					Back to AMARC as 4T0232 Jul 11, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
				160465 to AMARC Dec 1, 2011.  SOC Jan 19, 2012
				160466 (c/n GL-23) to AMARC as 4T0224 Jun 15, 2005.  SOC Mar 2, 2012
				160467 (c/n GL-24) to AMARC as 4T203 Aug 19, 1993.  Returned to
					service.  Back to AMARC as 4T0215 Jan 28, 2005.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				160469 to AMARC as 4T0209 Sep 15, 1993.  Returned to service.
				160471 to AMARC Jul 26, 2012.  SOC Sep 11, 2012
				160472 (c/n GL-29) to AMARC as 4T187 May 19, 1993.  Returned to service Feb 26, 1998
				160475 (c/n GL-32) to AMARC as 4T0179 May 19, 1993.  Returned to service Mar 2, 1998
				160476 (c/n GL-33) to AMARC as 4T0222 Jun 1, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005.
				160477 (c/n GL-34) to AMARC as 4T0229 Jun 23, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
				160478 (c/n GL-35) to AMARC as 4T181 May 19, 1993.  Returned to service May 10, 1998
				160479 (c/n GL-36) to AMARC as 4T0227 Jun 21, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
				160482 (c/n GL-39) temporarily loaned to NASA as N510NA.  On display at Brewton MAP, Alabama in Apr 2012.
				160483 (c/n GL-40) to AMARC as 4T0214 Dec 8, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				160484 to AMARC Feb 21, 2013
				160485 SOC Feb 23, 2012
				160488 to AMARC as 4T186 Jun 22, 1993.  Returned to service
				160490 (c/n GL-47) to AMARC as 4T178 May 19, 1993.  Returned to service Mar 6, 1998
				160492 (c/n GL-49) to AMARC as 4T0226 Jun 15, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
				160493 to AMARC as 4T0194 Apr 28, 1993.  Returned to service
				160495 (c/n GL-52) to AMARC as 4T201 Aug 19, 1993.  Returned to service Mar 24, 1998
				160497 to AMARC as 4T0182 May 19, 1993.  Returned to service
				160499 to AMARC Mar 12, 2013
				160500 to AMARC as 4T0177 May 19, 1993.  Returned to service. 
				160502 (c/n GL-59) to AMARC as 4T0223 Jun 9, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
				160503 (c/n GL-60) with VT-2, crashed Jan 9, 1984.
				160504 (c/n GL-61, VMAT-101) crashed Feb 27, 1997.
				160505 SOC Aug 3, 2012
				160506 (c/n GL-63) to AMARC as 4T192 Jul 20, 1993. Returned to service Mar 12, 1998
				160508 to AMARC as 4T207 Sep 15, 1993.
				160509 (c/n GL-66) to AMARC as 4T210 Sep 15, 1993.  Returned to service Feb 26, 1998.  Loaned by Navy to Glenn L. Martin Aviation
					Museum, Maryland.
				160510 to AMARC as 4T0187 Jun 22, 1993.  Returned to service
				160513 (c/n GL-70) SOC Aug 3, 2012
				160515 SOC Sep 13, 2012
				160519 SOC Aug 3, 2012
				160521 SOC Sep 16, 2009
				160522 SOC Jan 19, 2012
				160528 (c/n GL-85) SOC Oct 1, 2007.  registration N608NA reserved Sep 12, 2008
				160529 to AMARC as 4T208 Sep 15, 1993.  Returned to service.  SOC May 12, 2012
				160530 SOC May 4, 2012
				160531 (c/n GL-88) to AMARC as 4T0191 Jul 20, 1993.  Returned to service Mar 24, 1998
				160534 (c/n GL-91) to AMARC as 4T0217 Mar 31, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				160536 (c/n GL-93) with TAW-3 crashed during low-level aerobatics Sep 23, 1983.  Both
					crew killed.
160537/160566		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E Corsair II
				160537 (c/n E-507) to Greek AF
				160538 (c/n E-508) to AMARC as 6A0356 May 22, 1990
				160539 (c/n E-509) to AMARC as 6A0349 Apr 24, 1990. To Thailand
				160540 (C/n E-510, VA-97) crashed following engine failure Jun 27, 1985.
				160541 (c/n E-511) to Greek AF
				160542 (c/n E-512) to AMARC as 6A0391 Jan 24, 1991.  To Royal Thai Navy
				160543 (c/n E-513) to Greek AF
				160544 (c/n E-514) to AMARC as 6A0347 Apr 23, 1990.  To Royal Thai Navy
				160545 (c/n E-515) to AMARC as 6A0348 Apr 24, 1990.  To Royal Thai Navy
				160546 (c/n E-516, VA-72) w/o Dec 3, 1977
				160547 (c/n E-517) to to AMARC as 6A0272 May 27, 1988. To Thai Navy
				160548 (c/n E-518) destroyed with VA-72 Feb 2, 1982 when flew into sea off Puerto Rico while on ACM.  Wrongly
					reported by some sources as going to Greek AF.
				160549 (c/n E-519) to AMARC as 6A0343 Apr 17, 1990
				160550 (c/n E-520) to Greek AF
				160551 (c/n E-521) dumped at sea
				160552 (c/n E-522) to Greek AF
				160553 (c/n E-523)
				160554 (c/n E-524)
				160555 (c/n E-525) to AMARC as 6A0353 May 4, 1990
				160556 (c/n E-526) to AMARC as 6A0388 Dec 3, 1990.
				160557 (c/n E-527) to Greek AF
				160558 (c/n E-528) to AMARC as 6A0352 May 4, 1990
				160559 (c/n E-529, VA-46) w/o Sep 8, 1982.
				160560 (c/n E-530) to Greek AF
				160561 (c/n E-531)
				160562 (c/n E-532, VA-12) w/o Feb 12, 1980
				160563 (c/n E-533) to AMARC as 6A0372 Aug 1, 1990.  To Royal Thai Navy
				160564 (c/n E-534, VA-66) w/o Oct 20, 1980. 
				160565 (c/n E-535) to AMARC as 6A0411 Feb 3, 1992
				160566 (c/n E-536) to Greek AF.  Noted in storage at Araxos Sep 2005
160567/160607		Lockheed S-3A Viking
				c/n 394A-1147/1187 (3147/3187 ?)
				160567 (c/n 394A-1147) crashed with VS-35 on uninhabited island of Kita Iwo 
					Jima Aug 10, 2004.  All aboard killed.  Cause of crash was
					probably crew error--believed mistook radar image of island
					for that of carrier upon which they intended to land.  AFM 12/2005. 
					At one time was reported to be the aircraft for which registration N601NA 
					was reserved by NASA Jul 9, 2004, but N601NA is listed
					as being 160607 in the Landings database.  
				160568 (c/n 394A-1148) to AMARC as 2S0014 Oct 9, 1991.  SOC Mar 12, 1999.
				160569 (c/n 394A-1149) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0101 Feb 13, 2006
					SOC Jul 19, 2006
				160570 (c/n 394A-1150) to AMARC as 2S0016 Oct 29, 1991.  SOC Mar 12, 1999.
				160571 SOC Aug 28, 2006
				160572 (c/n 394A-1152) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0095 Oct 17, 2005.
					SOC Jan 17, 2006
				160573 (c/n 394A-1153) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0061 Jun 30, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				160574 (c/n 394A-1154) to AMARC as 2S0018 Nov 7, 1991.  SOC Mar 12, 1999.
				160576 (c/n 394A-1156) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0066 Oct 27, 2004
				160577 (c/n 394A-1157) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0105 May 23, 2006.
					SOC Jul 19, 2006
				160578 (c/n 394A-1158) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0102 Feb 14, 2006.
					SOC Apr 7, 2006
				160579 (c/n 394A-1159) with VS-38 crashed into East China Sea off Yakushima Island, Japan Mar 21, 1987.
				160580 (c/n 394A-1160) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0064 Aug 19, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005
				160581 with VX-30 at Point Mugu
				160582 (c/n 394A-1162) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0110 Aug 15, 2006.
					SOC Nov 29, 2006
				160584 (VS-38) made arrested landing on USS Constellation in 
					Persian Gulf and then suffered malfunction and went over
					the side into sea Apr 1, 2003.  Both crew ejected safely.
				160585 (c/n 394A-1165) to AMARC as 2S0020 Nov 19, 1991
				160586 (c/n 394A-1166) to AMARC as 2S0024 Dec 23, 1991
				160588 SOC Mar 6, 2009
				160590 (c/n 394A-1170) with VS-37 crashed into a mountan close to NAS Cubi Point, Philippines Oct 30, 1978.
				160591 (c/n 394A-1171) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0029 Apr 14, 1992
				160592 (c/n 3172) SOC Dec 6,2000.
				160593 (c/n 394A-1173) to AMARC as 2S0017 Oct 30, 1991.  SOC Mar 12, 1999.
				160594 (c/n 394A-1174) to AMARC as 2S0015 Oct 9, 1991
				160595 (c/n 394A-1175) to AMARC as 2S0023 Dec 19, 1991
				160596 (c/n 394A-1176) converted to S-3B.  to AMARC as 2S0053 Feb 20, 2004
				160597 (c/n 394A-1177) to AMARC as 2S0022 Dec 19, 1991.  SOC Mar 12, 1999.  Seen at NAS North Island
					NADEP SARDIP yard 2003
				160598 (c/n 394A-1178) to AMARC as 2S0021 Dec 6, 1991
				160599 at USS Midway Museum, NAS North Island Mar 2008.
				160601 with VX-30 at Point Mugu
				160602 (c/n 394A-1182) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0104 May 3, 2006.
					SOC Jul 19, 2006
				160603 (c/n 394A-1183) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0097 Dec 14, 2005.
					SOC Feb 14, 2006
				160604 (c/n 394A-1184) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0070 Nov 30, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
					Now at Pima Air Museum.
				160605 (c/n 394A-1185) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0107 Aug 1, 2006.
					SOC Nov 29, 2006
				160606 (c/n 394A-1186) converted to S-3B.  To AMARC as 2S0063 Aug 5, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005.
				160607 (c/n 394A-1187) to NASA, became N601NA Aug 13, 2004.  
160608			Lockheed EC-130Q-LM Hercules
				c/n 382-4781.  To AMARC as 2G0013 Sep 9, 1991.  From AMARC to ASI/DMI 
					Yard, Tucson as N14781.  Noted in ARM scrapyard November 
					2002.  To be supplied to Dutch AF through Derco Aerospace.  
					Reported Apr 11, 2006 to have left USA by surface transport 
					for Marshall Aerospace, Cambridge, England for rebuilding to C-130H standard
					before going on to Holland.  Delivered to Marshalls by road 
					Apr 23, 2006.  To Royal Netherlands AF Jul 15, 2010.  Dutch AF serial is G-781
160609			Grumman EA-6B-70-GR ICAP I Prowler
				c/n P66.  SOC Mar 27, 2012.  Placed on display at NAS Jacksonville, FLorida Dec 14, 2012 on loan from
					National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, Florida.
160610/160612		Lockheed P-3C-180-LO Orion
				160611 (c/n 285A-5661) SOC Aug 3, 2005
				160612 to AMARC May 13, 2010.
160613/160618		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E Corsair II
				160613 (c/n E-537) preserved at Empire State Aerosciences Museum, NY.
				160614 (c/n E-538)
				160615 (c/n E-539)
				160616 (c/n E-540) to Greek AF
				160617 (c/n E-541) to Greek AF
				160618 (c/n E-542, VA-81) w/o Feb 5, 1980.
160619/160624		Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				160620 crashed in Iraq with HMLA-169 Mar 30, 2003
				160621 to AMARC May 23, 2012
				160622 collided with 160178 and w/o Oct 8, 1990
				160623 crashed Jul 27, 1990 at Chocolate Mountain Bombing Range.  Both crew killed.
				160624 w/o Feb 3, 1991
160625/160628		Lockheed KC-130R Hercules
				Delivered to US Marine Corps from USAF
				160625 (c/n 382-4768) ex USAF 77-0321.   To AMARC as 2G0060 Feb 15, 2008.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  Left AMARC mid-2010.  With VX-20 at NAS Patuxent River in 2013-14
				160626 (c/n 382-4770) ex USAF 77-0322.  Went to AMARC but left in mid-2010.
				160627 (c/n 382-4773) ex USAF 77-0323
				160628 (c/n 382-4776) ex USAF 77-0324.  SOC Mar 6, 2009
160629/160651		Beech T-34C Mentor
				c/n GL-94/GL-116
				160629 (VT-6) crashed in southern Alabama Feb 2, 2000.
				160630 SOC Jul 11, 2012
				160632 (c/n GL-97) registered N618NA Nov 7, 1994.  Registration cancelled Feb 6, 2004
					'at owner's request'.  Aircraft returned to US Navy.
				160638 (c/n GL-103) to AMARC as 4T0195 Jul 20, 1993.  Returned to service Mar 6, 1998
				160639 to AMARc as 4T0190 Jun 22, 1993.  Returned to service.  SOC Apr 6, 2012
				160640 (c/n GL-105) to AMARC as 4T0194 Jul 20, 1993.  Returned to service Feb 24, 1998
				GL-107 is quoted as N107CN in civilian registry, but is not BuNo 160642.
				160643 (c/n GL-108) to AMARC as 4T0219 Apr 26, 2005.  SOC Aug 3, 2012
					NASA N510NA is quoted as GL-108, but it is not ex-BuNo 160643.  Scramble has the c/n being GL-150
				160644 (c/n GL-109) to AMARC as 4T0189 Jun 22, 1993.  Returned to service Mar 4, 1998
				160645 SOC Mar 15, 2012
				160646 (c/n GL-111) to AMARC as 4T0205 Sep 14, 1993.  Returned to service Mar 12, 1998.  To go to Beechcraft 
					Heritage Museum
              		160648 (c/n GL-113) to AMARC as 4T0205 Jun 22, 1993.  Returned to service Mar 4, 1998
				160649 SOC Jul 18, 2012
160652/160696		Grumman F-14A-100-GR Tomcat
				160652 SOC 2/2/1994.
				160653 (VF-124) crashed into sea 6/15/1978 while flying from USS
					Constellation.
				160654 SOC 3/31/1995.
				160655 (c/n 274) to AMARC as 1K0104 May 27, 1997
				160656 (VF-111) crashed 3/31/1985 after suffereing a hydraulic failure while
					returning to USS Carl Vinson.  Crew ejected safely.
				160657 SOC 12/23/1994.
				160658 to NF-14 testbed.  On display at NAES Lakehurst, NJ.
				160659 (VF-124) crashed into sea 9/13/1978 during night catapult launch.
					Crew ejected safely.
				160660 (VF-51) crashed into Atlantic Ocean 7/16/1992 when arrester cable
					broke on landing aboard USS Ranger.
				160661 SOC 10/1/1994.  It is now on display at Aviation Challange Museum, Huntsville, AL.
				160662 (VF-51) crashed 4/9/1983 during night landing on USS Carl Vinson.  Both crew killed.
				160663 SOC 9/2/1986.
				160664 SOC 1/31/1997.
				160665 SOC 9/17/1997l 
				160666 to Western Aerospace Museum, Oakland, CA in 1999.
				160667 SOC Nov 19, 1999.
				160668 (c/n 287) to AMARC as 1K0075 Mar 16, 1995
				160669 SOC Jan 15, 2002
				160670 slid off deck elevator on USS Kitty Hawk 11/4/1980.
				160671 (c/n 290) SOC 9/5/1997.  Later with Yanks Air Museum, CA.  Was at Yanks, but was repossessed by the Feds.
					To AMARC as 1K0202 Mar 27, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  
				160672 (VF-111) crashed 9/9/1979 near Cubi Point
				160673 (c/n 292) to AMARC as 1K0108 Sep 17, 1997
				160674 (VF-111) crashed 6/27/1981 during pre-delivery flight from Calverton, NY.
				160675 (fransferred from VF-51 to VF-124) crashed on hanger at Gillespie Field, Santee, CA Sep 12, 1988.  5 people
					on ground killed.  Crew ejected but RIO was killed when he struck some power lines after ejection.  
				160676 SOC 1/27/1997.
				160677 (VF-51) written off 9/7/1981 aboard USS Kitty Hawk after struck by landing
					A-7E 156844.
				160678 SOC 2/25/2000.
				160679 (c/n 298) to AMARC as 1K0099 Dec 3, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160680 (c/n 299) to AMARC as 1K0074 Mar 13, 1995.  SOC 6/7/1999.
				160681 (c/n 300) SOC Feb 29, 2000.
				160682 (c/n 301) to AMARC as 1K0095 May 30, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160683 SOC 9/20/1990l
				160684 to AMARC as 1K0069 Sep 26, 1994. On display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
					since May 19, 1998.
				160685 (VF-51) crashed into Pacific Ocean off Califormia Mar 26, 1986 during ACT
					traini ng.  Crew ejected.
				160686 SOC 10/31/1997.  To AMARC as 1K0201 Mar 19, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  Reported to
					be at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA
				160687 (c/n 306) to AMARC as 1K0113 Oct 9, 1997
				160688 SOC 9/14/1994.
				160689 SOC 9/5/1997.
				160690 SOC 5/31/1996.
				160691 SOC 5/30/1995.
				160692 SOC 9/10/1997.
				160693 to maintenance trainer at NAS Pensacola, FL.
					Seen on ramp at Naval Air Technical Training Center, NAS
					Pensacola in June 2004
				160694 on exhibit at USS Lexington Museum On The Bay, Corpus Christi, TX.
				160695 SOC 1/31/1996.
				160696 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 10/31/1998.
160697/160703		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				160697 (c/n A043) SOC
				160698 (c/n A045) to Coast Guard as 3501.  SOC
				160699 (c/n A047) SOC
				160700 (c/n A048) SOC
				160701 (c/n A049) seen in NAS North Island SADIP Yard 17.  Nose is now used
					as flight simulator at USS Midway Museum at San Diego, CA
				160702 (c/n A050) SOC
				160703 (c/n A051) SOC
160704/160709		Grumman EA-6B-70-GR ICAP I Prowler
				c/n P67/P72
				160704 (c/n P67) crashed with VMAQ-2 in Morehead City, NC after engine fire on takeoff Aug 25, 1983.
				160705 (c/n P68) lost in crash near Bogue Field, NC Apr 28, 1983
				160706 to AMARC Jul 26, 2011
				160707 (c/n P70) SOC Sep 12, 2005.  Cutup completed Jul 2008.
				160708 (VAQ-136) crashed in Philippines Jan 22, 1982.  Crew ejected safely.
				160709 SOC Apr 30, 2009.  Cutup completed Jun 2010.
160710/160739		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E Corsair II
				160710 (c/n E-543) to Greek AF
				160711 (c/n E-544, VA-174) w/o May 23, 1978
				160712 (c/n E-545) to AMARC as 6A0332 Apr 2, 1990
				160713 (c/n E-546) to AMARC as as 6A0395 Jun 10, 1991.  In storage at Pima Air 
					and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				160714 (c/n E-547) on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				160715 (c/n E-548) on display at NAS Jacksonville, FL.
				160716 (c/n E-549) to AMARC as 6A0389 Dec 5, 1990.  To Greek AF
				160717 (c/n E-550) to Greek AF
				160718 (c/n E-551) to Greek AF
				160719 (c/n E-552, VA-66) crashed into Mediterranean Sea off Sardinia Apr 14, 1985 while
					operating from USS Eisenhower.
				160720 (c/n E-553, VA-81) w/o Jan 17, 1981.
				160721 (c/n E-554) to AMARC as 6A0412 Jul 13, 1992.  To War Eagles Air Museum, Santa Teresa, NM.
				160722 (c/n E-555) was at Pacific Coast Division of the United States Aviation Museum,
					Inyokern, CA.  The Navy took the plane back when the museum
					closed.  Aircraft spotted Dec 10, 2004 on two trucks leaving
					China Lake Weapons Center.
				160723 (c/n E-556, VA-97) w/o Dec 29, 1986
				160724 (c/n E-557) at USS Kidd, Baton Rouge, LA.
				160725 (c/n E-558, VA-94) w/o Feb 24, 1981.
				160726 (c/n E-559) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				160727 (c/n E-560, VA-122) w/o May 6, 1986
				160728 (c/n E-561) to Greek AF as 160728.
				160729 (c/n E-562) to AMARC as 6A0315 Feb 22, 1990
				160730 (c/n E-563)
				160731 (c/n E-564, VA-122) w/o Oct 29, 1987
				160732 (c/n E-565) to AMARC as 6A0339 Apr 13, 1990
				160733 (c/n E-566)
				160734 (c/n E-567, VA-93) w/o Mar 18, 1982.
				160735 (c/n E-568) to AMARC as 6A0398 Jul 16, 1991
				160736 (c/n E-569) to Greek AF
				160737 (c/n E-570)
				160738 (c/n E-571, VA-15) crashed into sea Dec 24, 1984.
				160739 (c/n E-572) to AMARC as 6A0387 Nov 14, 1990.  To Thai Navy
160740/160741		Lockheed LC-130R Hercules 
				160740 (c/n 382-4725) ex USAF 76-0491.  Reworked to LC-130H specs 2001, flown by NY
					ANG or National Science Foundation as 76-3301.  Now flying with NY ANG
				160741 (c/n 382-4731) ex USAF 76-0492.  Reworked to LC-130H specs 2001, flown by NY
					ANG or National Science Foundation as 76-3302.  To AMARC.  Now flying with NY ANG
160742/160748		Bell AH-1T SeaCobra
				160742 (c/n 26913) converted to AH-1W.  To N895AS
				160743 (c/n 26914) converted to AH-1W c/n 29139
				160744 (c/n 26932) converted to AH-1W
				160745 (c/n 26943) converted to AH-1W c/n 29140
				160746 (c/n ??) crashed in Greece Aug 12, 1979.  Crew killed.
				160747 (c/n 26911) converted to AH-1W c/n 29156.   Crashed into hill and burned out after power loss 
					Feb 10, 1985 with HML-167.  Also listed as being w/o Feb 10, 1999 on USS Kearsarge (LHD 3)
				160748 (c/n ??) crashed in Spain Feb 23, 1982 with HMM-261.  Both crew killed.
160749/160750		Douglas C-9K
				for Kuwait
				160741 c/n 47691
				160750 c/n 47690
160751/160757		Lockheed P-3C-180-LO Orion
				Model 285D for Australia as A9-751/A9-757.  
				160751 was originally scheduled for US Navy as 160294, but modified and
					renumbered on the production line for the RAAF.
				A9-754 ditched at Cocos Islands 4/26/1991 and destroyed
160758/160760		Lockheed P-3C-185-LO Orion
				Model 285D for Australia as A9-758/A9-760
160761/160770		Lockheed P-3C-185-LO Orion
				160763 to AMARC Jun 24, 2011
				160765 to AMARC Nov 19, 2009
				160766 to AMARC Mar 4, 2009.  SOC Sep 9, 2009
				160767 to AMARC Nov 18, 2009.
				160768 (c/n 285A-5677) to AMARC as 2P0238 Sep 1, 2005.  SOC Jan 17, 2006
				160769 to AMARC Sep 26, 2007.  SOC Nov 1, 2007.
				160770 assigned to VP-9, but in 2011 painted in retro engine gray for the Centennial of Naval Aviation. Painted in VP-6 
					Blue Sharks Markings.  Later assigned to VP-47.  In March 2014 was assigned to Naval Air Museum, Barbers Point,
					Hawaii.
160771/160774		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				160771 (c/n A041) to Israel as IDF/AF 941.  Noted in storage at Haifa Apr 1999.
					Sold to Mexican Navy as AMP-100.
				160772 (c/n A042) to Israel as IDF/AF 942.  Displayed at Israeli AF
					Museum, Hatzerim from 1997 until Mar 2003, then overhauled and
					sold to Mexican Navy as AMP-101
				160773 (c/n A044) to Israel as IDF/AF 944.  Noted in storage at Haifa Apr 1999.
					To Israeli AF Museum, Hatzerim Mar 2003
				160774 (c/n A046) to Israel as IDF/AF 946.  Noted in storage at Haifa Apr 1999.
					Sold to Mexican Navy as AMP-102
160775/160777		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-1-MC Hornet
				160775 at Weapons Museum NWS China Lake
				160776 used for training on USS Harry S Truman CVN 75.  Is pretty much gutted
					and is used for fire fighting and crane practice.
				160777 w/o Mar 16, 1981
160778/160780		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-2-MC Hornet
				160778 on display at CFB Borden, Canada
				160780 (c/n 6) to NASA as 840 in 1985.  Used 1987/1996 as High
					Alpha Research Vehicle (HARV) with thrust-vectoring vanes,
					research flight control system and forward fuselage strakes. 
					Allocated civil registration of N250WL
					July 2001.  This plane is reported to be registered as N840NA.  Now at
					Virginia Air and Space Center, Hampton, VA  
160781			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-2-MC Hornet
				160781 (c/n 7) to NASA as 845 in July 1986.  Is reported as having been N840NA.
					Allocated civil registration N845NA July 2001.
160782/160783		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-3-MC Hornet
160784			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-3-MC Hornet
				w/o Sep 8, 1980 Middle Wallop, Hampshire, UK near Farnborough after engine
					failure.  Jack Krings and Gary Post ejected safely
160785			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-3-MC Hornet
160786/160791		Grumman EA-6B-75-GR ICAP I Prowler
				c/n P73/P78
				160786 (VAQ-136) suffered engine bay fire on mission from NAS
					Atsugi, Japan Jan 21, 2008.  Damage initially reported as repairable but
					later listed as repair being beyond depot level capability
					and recommended being stricken off, but damage later 
					reported repairable.  Repaired to static display and placed
					on permanent display at Prowler Park, NAS Atsugi, Japan
					Mar 15, 2009.  Later renamed Alliance Park in commemoration of 50th
					anniversary of Treaty of Cooperation and Security between Japan and USA.
				160787 (VAQ-129) crashed into hillside in Olympic National Forest, WA, during
					training exercise Nov 15, 2001.  All three crew ejected safely and were recovered.
				160788 to AMARC in 2014
				160789 (VAQ-136) crashed into Pacific Ocean south of Tokyo Apr 7, 1986.  Crew ejected.
				160790 (VAQ-129) w/o Jul 24, 1989, North Island, California.
				160791 SOC Dec 6, 2012
160792/160796		Northrop F-5E Tiger II
				from USAF.
				160792 ex USAF 73-0858.  SOC Jun 7, 2007
				160793 ex USAF 73-0868
				160794 ex USAF 73-0872 (c/n R1053).  (VFC-13) crashed near NAS Fallon Apr 18, 2003.  Pilot killed.
				160795 ex USAF 73-0883.  
				160796 ex USAF 73-0900.  SOC Jan 5, 2006.  Seen at Air Power Park, NAS Fallon, NV Oct 2007.
160797/160826		Bell AH-1T SeaCobra
				For US Marine Corps.  C/ns are from helis.com
				160797 (c/n ??) w/o Nov 14, 1986 with HMLA-169
				160798 (c/n 26112) converted to AH-1W.  SOC Apr 2009
				160799 (c/n 26917) converted to AH-1W c/n 29113.   SOC Apr 2009
				160800 (c/n 26090) converted to AH-1W c/n 29197.
				160801 (c/n 26901) converted to AH-1W.  SOC Apr 2009
				160802 (c/n 26092) w/o Sep 27, 1983
				160803 (c/n 26912) converted to AH-1W c/n 29158.
				160804 (c/n 26924) converted to AH-1W c/n 29145.
				160805 (c/n 26928) converted to AH-1W c/n 19123
				160807 (c/n ??) on charge with HMA-269, but assigned to HMM-365) crashed Nov 22, 1989.
				160808 (c/n ??) w/o Jul 9, 1979
				160809 (c/n 26935) converted to AH-1W c/n 29121.
				160810 (c/n 26930) converted to AH-1W c/n 29143.
				160811 (c/n 26933) converted to AH-1W c/n 26933.  SOC Mar 28, 2005
				160812 (c/n ??) w/o with HMM-261 Oct 25, 1983 during Operation Urgent Fury (invasion of Grenada)
				160813 (c/n 26910) converted to AH-1W, w/o Sep 7, 1993.
				160814 (c/n 26919) converted to AH-1W
				160815 (c/n 26923) converted to AH-1W c/n 29129.  Noted recently at English Field Air & Space 
					Museum, Tradewind AP, Amarillo, TX
				160816 (c/n 26931) converted to AH-1W
				160817 (c/n 26922) converted to AH-1W.  Reported Spring 2004 at Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, KS.  SOC Jun 14, 2005
				160818 (c/n 26940) converted to AH-1W c/n 29105.  w/o Jul 30 1999 with HMLA-267.  SOC Sept 22, 1999.
				160819 (c/n ??) converted to AH-1W c/n 29165
				160820 (c/n 26110) converted to 26908, then to AH-1W c/n 29128.  to N893AS
				160821 (c/n 26905) converted to AH-1W.  SOC Apr 13, 2009
				160822 (c/n 26907) converted to AH-1W
				160823 (c/n ??) w/o Aug 24, 1979
				160824 (c/n 26941) converted to AH-1W.  (HMM-166) crashed and caught fire in Cleveland National
					Forest, CA May 5, 2009 during deployment training with 11th
					Marine Expeditionary Unit.  Both crew killed.
				160825 (c/n 26115) converted to AH-1W
				160826 (c/n 26915) converted to AH-1W.  W/o Sep 7, 1993.
160827/160838		Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				160827 (c/n 31770) converted to HH-1N.  To AMARC as 21H0237 Jun 24, 1993.
				160828 (Ship's Flight, USS Peleliu) w/o Sept 10, 1989.
				160829 SOC Jan 28, 2009
				160830 (c/n 31773) to HH-1N, to UH-1Y Venom.  SOC Aug 9, 2006
				160831 (c/n 31774) crashed in 1980 but was repaired.  Crashed again
					in 1981, but this time was scrapped. Cause was seizure in gear box.
				160832 (c/n 31775) converted to HH-1N.  To AMARC as 7H0244 Nov 30, 1995
				160833 (c/n 31451) W/o Sep 26, 1982 on USS Guam.
				160834 (c/n 31452) SOC Mar 6, 2009
				160835 w/o Aug 12, 1985
				160838 (c/n 31781) to AMARC as 7H0238 Jun 24, 1993.  To N8529Q
160839/160856		Beech T-44A
				c/n LL-1/LL-18.  Beechcraft King Air 90 purchased by US Navy for instrument training.
160857/160886		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7E Corsair II
				160857 (c/n E-573) to Greek AF
				160858 (c/n E-574, VA-122) w/o May 20, 1986 
				160859 (c/n E-575) to AMARC as 6A0251 Feb 25, 1988.  To Royal Thai Navy
				160860 (c/n E-576, VA-15) w/o Jan 15, 1981
				160861 (c/n E-577, VA-15) w/o Feb 20, 1981
				160862 (c/n E-578) to Greek AF
				160863 (c/n E-579) to Thai Navy
				160864 (c/n E-580) to AMARC as 6A0385 Oct 30, 1990.  To Greek AF
				160865 (c/n E-581) transferred to Greek AF.
				160866 (c/n E-582) to AMARC as 6A0401 Sep 10, 1991.  to Greek AF
				160867 (c/n E-583) to Greek AF.  With 335 Mira, crashed Sep 20, 2006 shortly after takeoff
					from Araxos AB, Greece due to mechanical problem.  Pilot ejected safely.
				160868 (c/n E-584, VA-93) ran off end of runway at NAS Atsugi, Japan Aug 23, 1983.
				160869 (c/n E-585) on display at Veteran's Museum, Halls, Tennessee, former Dyersburg AAB.
				160870 (c/n E-586, VA-146) w/o Oct 30, 1987.
				160871 (c/n E-587) to Greek AF.  Crashed Mar 26, 2002 on test flight from Araxos.  Pilot ejected safely.
				160872 (c/n E-588) to AMARC as 6A0413 Jul 14, 1992
				160873 (c/n E-589) to Greek AF
				160874 (c/n E-590) to AMARC as 6A0344 Apr 17, 1990
				160875 (c/n E-591) to AMARC as 6A0371 Aug 1, 1990
				160876 (c/n E-592)
				160877 (c/n E-593
				160878 (c/n E-594, VA-146) w/o Mar 8, 1982
				160879 (c/n E-595) to AMARC as 6A0396 Jun 20, 1991
				160880 (c/n E-596, VA-93) crashed while operating from USS Midway Mar 18, 1984.
				Delivery of 160881/160886 cancelled.
160887/160930		Grumman F-14A-105-GR Tomcat
				160887 (VF-1) crashed at NAS Fallon, Nevada Jan 22, 1992.  Both crew killed.
				160888 SOC 12/16/1988
				160889 was on display at Pacific Coast Air Museum, CA.  In Jan 2007
					cockpit was at Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, NY
				160890 SOC 10/12/1979
				160891 crashed Jul 6, 1998 during air combat maneuvering training on mission from NAS Fallon, NV.  Both 
					crew ejected safely.
				160892 (c/n 321) to AMARC as 1K0078 Apr 26, 1995
				160893 (c/n 322) to AMARC as 1K0114 Nov 14, 1997
				160894 to AMARC as 1K0203 Mar 22, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160895 (VF-114) crashed into Arabian Sea Aug 29, 1981 after experiencing control difficulties off USS America.
					Crew ejected.
				160896 SOC 10/31/1998.
				160897 (c/n 326) to AMARC as 1K0091 Apr 23, 1996
				160898 at Palm Springs Air Museum, CA.
				160899 (c/n 328) SOC 3/14/1995.  Nose noted Aug 2003 at Virginia Air and Space Center, Hampton, VA
				160900 (c/n 329) to AMARC as 1K0110 Oct 1, 1997
				160901 (c/n 330) to AMARC as 1K0088 Mar 19, 1996
				160902 on display at Grumman Memorial Park and Aerospace Museum, Calverton, NY.
				160903 on exhibit at Mid America Air Museum, Liberal, KS.
				160904 (c/n 333) to AMARC as 1K0083 Aug 31, 1995
				160905 SOC 2/29/1996.  Scrapped Sep 2008
				160906 SOC 1/31/1996.
				160907 (VF-14) crashed into Mediterranean 9/20/1982 after loss of control while flying off USS Independence.
					Crew rescued.
				160908 (c/n 337) to AMARC as 1K0116 Dec 18, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160909 was on static display at NAS Atlanta, GA.  In 2012 was at the new Marietta Museum, Dobbins ARB, Georgia.
				160910 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 2/19/1998.
				160911 (c/n 340) was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0106 Aug 27, 1997. SOC 6/7/1999.
				160912 SOC 6/30/1994.
				160913 SOC 8/31/2000.
				160914 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Aug 19, 1999.  To Minnesota Guard Museum
					in Minneapolis, MN.  Now on display at Willmar MAP, Minnesota.
				160915 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 9/5/1997.
				160916 crashed 3/3/1980 near NAS Miramar.
				160918 SOC 3/22/1995.
				160919 SOC 11/13/1998.
				160920 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Feb 8, 1999.
				160921 SOC 5/1/1990.
				160922 SOC 3/14/1995
				160923 SOC 9/30/1995.
				160924 SOC 4/9/1992.
				160925 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 1/31/1999.  Put on display at Rickenbacker ANGB.  In 2012 was on display at
					Eisenhower Park, WaKeeney, Kansas
				160926 was TARPS-capable.  Is now a DFCS ground test platform at NAS Patuxent River, MD.
				160927 (c/n 356) to AMARC as 1K0085 Sep 8, 1995
				160928 (c/n 357) SOC 8/21/1998.  To AMARC as 1K0204 Apr 2, 2007.  Was with Yanks Air Museum, CA, but
					was repossessed by the Feds.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  
				160929 (c/n 358) to AMARC as 1K0082 Aug 23, 1995.  SOC Sept 14, 2000.
				160930 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 1/14/1997.
160931/160963		Beech T-34C Mentor
				160931/160947 are c/n GL-117/GL-133
				160931 SOC Apr 19, 2012
				160932 (c/n GL-118) to AMARC as 4T0225 Jun 15, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
				160934 (c/n GL-120) to AMARC as 4T199 Aug 19, 1993.  Returned to service Mar 24, 1998,  Back to AMARC Mar 19, 2013
				160935 SOC Jul 19, 2012
				160937 (c/n GL-123) to AMARC as 4T196 Jul 20, 1993.  Returned to service Mar 24, 1998
				160939 (c/n GL-125) to AMARC as 4T204 Aug 19, 1993.  Returned to service Feb 24, 1998.  SOC Dedc 13, 2012
				160943 (c/n GL-129) to AMARC as 4T205 Sep 14, 1993.  
				160944 (c/n GL-130) to AMARC as 4T197 Aug 18, 1993.  Returned to service Mar 12, 1998
					(US Army/ABNSOTD) Extensively damaged (possible writeoff) May 27, 2002
					when brakes failed after landing at Pope AFB, NC. Aircraft veered to right
					off taxiway and came to rest in drainage ditch.
				160945 registered N619NA Nov 7, 1994.
				160947 (c/n GL-133) to AMARC as 4T193 Jul 20, 1993.  Returned to service Mar 2, 1998
					(VMFAT-101) crashed into wooded area near Big Bear City, CA Aug 6, 2002.  Pilot
					seriously injured.
				160948 to AMARC as 4T188 Jun 22, 1993.  Returned to service.
				160949 (c/n GL-135) to AMARC as 4T198 Aug 18, 1993.  Returned to service Mar 24, 1998.
				160950 to AMARC Jun 19, 2012.  SOC Jul 25, 2012
				160953 to AMARC Jan 24, 2012.  SOC Mar 26, 2012
				160955 (TAW-5) crashed at Middleton AP, Evergreen, AL Jul 13, 1982
				160956 to AMARC Jan 17, 2012.  SOC Mar 8, 2012
				160957 to AMARC as 4T0234 Aug 4, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
				160958 SOC Jun 11, 2012
				160960 to AMARC as 4T0180 May 19, 1993.  Returned to service.
					(CTW-6) ditched in Mobile Bay Jun 8, 2001, SOC Jul 8, 2001.  Both crew killed.
				160963 to AMARC Nov 30, 2011.  SOC Jan 19, 2012
160964/160966		Northrop F-5F Tiger II
				from USAF
				160964 ex USAF 75-0753
				160965 ex USAF 75-0754.  With VFC-13, crashed near Middlegate, NV
					Jun 13, 2008 after collision with F/A-18C 164657.  Both crew
					ejected safely.
				160966 ex USAF 75-0756
160967/160986		Beech T-44A 
				c/n LL-19/LL-38.  Beechcraft King Air 90 purchased by US Navy for instrument training
				160967 w/o Jul 8, 1982
				160976 (TAW-4/VT-31) damaged beyond repair on ramp at NAS Corpus Christi, TX ater being
					struck by ground equipment during severe thunderstorm Oct 23, 2002.
					SOC Jun 23, 2003
				160978 seed Jun 2005 with civil registration N8109J.
				160980 believed to be the T-44A of VT-31 identified as "10980" that crashed on approach
					to NALF Orange Grove, TX Mar 8, 1984, killing three occupants.
160987/160992		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				c/n A052/A057
				160987 (c/n A052) SOC
				160988 (c/n A053) SOC
				160989 (c/n A054) SOC
				160990 (c/n A055) to AMARC as 2E0028 Mar 26, 1993. Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				160991 (c/n A056) SOC
				160992 (c/n A057) SOC Aug 18, 2000, but seen at Point Mugu Mar 2001.
160993/160998		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				c/n I-594/599
				160995 (c/n I-596) in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA. Noted in compound
					behind restoration hangar at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002
				160996 (VA-35) crashed into sea Nov 18, 1981 after undercarriage
					collapsed aboard USS Nimitz.  Both crew ejected safely.  However, there are photos that show
					160996 fiying with VA-42 in 1996.
				160997 to AMARC as 5A0151 Feb 8, 1995.  SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				160998 to AMARC as 5A0222 Sep 5, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.
160999/161014		Lockheed P-3C-190-LO Orion
				161002 to AMARC May 12, 2011
				161003 (c/n 285A-5685) to AMARC as 2P0225 Aug 25, 2004.  
				161004 (c/n 285A-5686) to AMARC as 2P0217 May 9, 2004.
				161006 SOC May 15, 2012
				161007 (c/n 285A-5690)
				161008 SOC May 1, 2007
				161013 to AMARC Ov 19 2010
161015/161022		Bell AH-1T SeaCobra
				161015 (c/n 26942) (HMLA/T-303) bird strike in flight caused breakup Sep 19, 2011.  Two killed.
				161016 (c/n 26909) converted to AH-1W c/n 29126.
				161017 (c/n 26920) converted to AH-1W
				161018 (c/n 26120)
				161019 (c/n 26121) converted to AH-1W c/n 29168.  to N894AS.
				161020 (c/n 26906) (HMLA-267) crashed in Iraq Apr 5, 2003
				161021 (c/n 26123) converted to AH-1W c/n 29199.  Made emergency landing near Fallujah, Iraq Nov 10, 2004 after being hit
					by enemy fire.  Crew rescued, but helo subsequently blown up by insurgents.
				161022 (c/n 26927) converted to AH-1W.  crashed after midair collision with CH-46F 156436 at Camp Lejeune, NC May 10, 1996.
161023/161056		Beech T-34C Mentor
				161029/160156 were c/n GL-157/GL-184
				161023 with TAW-5 at NAS Whiting Field
				161026 w/o in collision with T-34C 160483 June 11, 1998.
					160483 force landed.
				161027 to AMARC as 4T0220 May 25, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
				161028 to AMARC as 4T0230 Jun 30, 2005.  Soc Oct 18, 2005
				161029 to AMARC Feb 7, 2012
				161032 to AMARC as 4T0201 Aug 19, 1993.  Returned to service.  Back to AMARC Jun 26, 2012.  SOC Aug 1, 2012
				161035 SOC Jun 7, 2012.  On display aboard the USS Lexington, on loan from the National Museum of Naval Avaition.
				161037 to AMARC Mar 21, 2013
				161039 to AMARC Apr 3, 2012.  SOC May 11, 2012
				161040 to AMARC Feb 1, 2012
				161041 to AMARC Aug 13, 2012
				161042 to AMARC Jun 18, 2012.  SOC Jun 23, 2012
				161043 SOC Aug 13, 2012
				161045 crashed near Siverhill, AL on training mission out of NAS 
					Pensacola, FL Sept 27, 2000.  Instructor and student killed.
				161046 to AMARC Dec 7, 2011.  SOC Jan 24, 2012
				161047 (VT-6) crashed on instrument approach to New Orleans Jan 23, 2010.  Pilot killed.
				161050 to AMARC Dec 7, 2011.
				161051 SOC Apr 25, 2012
				161053 (GL-181) to civilian registry as N509NA.  Registration cancelled Nov 2001.
				161056 (TAW-5) crashed at Jay, FL after colliding with T-34C
					160275.  Occupants of one aircraft killed, those of other
					bailed out safely.					
161057/161079		Beech T-44A
				c/n LL-39/LL-61.  Beechcraft King Air 90 purchased by US Navy for instrument training.
				161059 w/o Feb 21, 1980.
				161067 w/o Jul 8, 1982.
161080/161081		Rockwell XFV-12A
				161081 was cancelled
161082/161093		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				c/n I-600/611.
				161082 to AMARC as 5A0166 Sep 13, 1995.  161082 SOC Jul 25, 2000
				161083 to AMARC as 5A0244 Feb 3, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				161085 (VA-42) crashed on Dade County Range Feb 3, 1986.  Crew killed.				
				161089 to AMARC as 5A0152 Feb 8, 1995.  SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				161090 to AMARC as 5A0226 Nov 12, 1996.  SOC Mun 14, 2002.
				161092 to AMARC as 5A0100 Jun 9, 1994.  Forward fuselage section at National Museum of Naval Avation, 
					Pensacola, FL.
				161093 in storage at NAS Norfolk, VA.  Unknown status
161094/161099		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				c/n A058/A063
				161094 (VAW-115) missed wires while landing on USS Midway Aug 27, 1985 and went
					overboard into sea Aug 17, 1985.
				161095 seen at NAS North Island NADEP SARDIP yard 2002.  SOC
				161096 (c/n A060) to AMARC as 2E0026 Dec 21, 1992.  SOC Dec 5, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161097 SOC Oct 24, 2000, but seen at Point Mugu in March 2001.
				161098 on static display at NAS Atlanta, GA.  SOC.  In 2009 was on display at NAS New Orleans.
				161099 (c/n A063) SOC
161100/161111		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				c/n I-612/623
				161102 to AMARC as 5A0250 Mar 13, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				161107 to AMARC as 5A0142 Dec 9, 1994.	
				161108 to AMARC as 5A0213 Aug 7, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				161109 (VA-128) crashed Aug 8, 1989.
161112/161114		Grumman A-6E Intruder - contract cancelled.
161115/161120		Grumman EA-6B-80-GR ICAP I Prowler
				c/n P79/P84
				161115 (VAQ-136) crashed into sea of Ritidan Point, Guam Feb 12, 2008 due to inflight fire.
					All 4 crewmembers ejected safely and were rescued.
				161116 (VAQ-129) ran off side of USS John C. Stennis Feb 11, 2003.
				161117 (VAQ-133) crashed into Mediterranean Sea Jul 25, 1981 off USS Forrestal.
				161118 SARDIP on site
				161119 SOC Mar 15, 2010.
				161120 SOC Dec 3, 2012.
161121/161132		Lockheed P-3C-195-LO Orion
				161123 (c/n 285A-5702) to AMARC as 2P0239 Sep 12, 2005.  SOC Jan 17, 2006
				161128 (c/n 285A-5713) to AMARC as 2P0225 Aug 25, 2004.  SOC Oct 17, 2005
				161130 (c/n 285A-5718) to AMARC as 2P0237 Sep 6, 2005.  SOC Jan 17, 2006
				161131 (c/n 285A-5721) to AMARC as 2P0236 Aug 31, 2005.  SOC Jan 17, 2006
				161132 (VP-26) noted Apr 14, 2007 at RAF Mildenhall fitted with Littoral
					Surveillance Radar System (LSRS) pod.
161133/161168		Grumman F-14A-110-GR Tomcat 
				161133 SOC 9/5/1997.
				161134 was TARPS-capable.  Now on exhibit at Valiant Air Command, Titusville, FL.
				161135 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 9/5/1997.
				161136 (c/n 363) in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
				161137 (c/n 364) was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0093 May 21, 1996.
				161138 (VF-84) w/o 5/26/1981 on board USS Nimitz when an EA-6B crashed
					during a night recovery and struck 161138 and 160385.
				161139 SOC 9/5/1997.
				161140 (c/n 367) was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0112 Oct 2, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161141 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Mar 8, 1999.  Noted preserved at NAS Atsugi,
					Japan Oct 2002
				161142 SOC 2/28/1995.
				161143 (VF-101) crashed 7/29/1982 at Virginia Beach, VA shortly after 
					takeoff from NAS Oceana.  Both crew killed.
				161144 SOC 9/26/1988
				161145 SOC 6/30/1994.
				161146 was TARPS-capable.  With VF-213 crashed Sept 20, 1995 off USS Abraham 
					Lincoln while west of Guam.  Both cremembers ejected safely and were recovered.
				161147 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 11/5/1997.
				161148 SOC 8/23/1986.
				161149 (VF-31) crashed into Mediterranean off Lebanon 11/11/1983.  Crew ejected
					safely and were recovered.
				161150 was TARPS-capable.  With VF-32 crashed September 14, 1994 after collision 
					with another Tomcat off North Carolina coast.  2 crewmemembers lost at sea.  
					Other Tomcat landed safely at MCAS Cherry Point.
				161151 SOC 2/28/1994.  At Tobyhanna Army Depot, Pocono, PA  
				161152 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 4/30/1997.
				161153 SOC 9/20/1987.
				161154 (DR-13) converted to F-14D(R).  W/o after engine fire 4/13/1993.
				161155 (c/n 382) was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0109 Sep 30, 1997.
				161156 (c/n 383) was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0098 Nov 15, 1996.
				161157 (VF-32) crashed after takeoff from NAS Oceana, VA 4/24/1981.
				161158 (DR-3) converted to F-14D(R) and was TARPS-capable.  161158 (VF-11) 
					crashed Feb 18, 1996 120 mi off California coast due to engine failure 
					and subsequent explosion and subsequent disintegration of the aircraft 
					while flying off USS Carl Vinson.  Both crewmembers killed.
				161159 (DR-1) converted to F-14D(R) and was TARPS-capable.  With VF-213,
					was aircraft used in last-ever recovery of an F-14 from a combat mission
					Feb 8, 2006 aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt in northern Arabian Gulf.  
					Flew from USS Theodore Roosevelt to NAS Pensacola FL Apr 13, 2006 for
					entry into National Museum of Naval Aviation.  SOC the same day.
				166160 SOC Mar 5, 1999.
				161161 (c/n 388)  was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0103 May 20, 1997.
				161162 (c/n 389) was TARPS-capable.  SOC 4/4/2000.
				161163 (DR-11) modified to F-14D(R). To Prairie Avenue Museum,
					Bloomington, IL.  SOC Apr 13,2006
				161164 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Sep 30, 1999.
				161165 crashed 9/4/1984 after inflight engine fire after takeoff from NAS Miramar, CA.
					Crew ejected safely.
				161166 (DR-6) converted to F-14D(R) c/n 393.  Noted Oct 2005 at Carolinas
					Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.  Noted 2006 in Evergreen Museum, OR.
					SOC Apr 12, 2006.
				161167 SOC 8/13/1986.
				161168 (c/n 395) was TARPS-capable.  TO AMARC as 1K0130 Jan 29, 2002
161169/161173		Sikorsky YSH-60B Sea Hawk
				161170 redesignated JSH-60B and to civil registr as N1042Y
				161171 redesignated SH-60B.  To MASDC as as 1M0002 Feb 9, 1984.  Transferred
					to US Army and reallocated XD0001.  Transferred to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD
				161172 redesignated SH-60B.  To MASDC as 1M0001 Feb 9, 1984
				161173 has been on gate guard display at NS Mayport, Florida since 1987.
161174/161178		Hawker Siddeley AV-8S
				Harrier Mk 55 Matador for Spain via USA.  c/ns 712223/109-712227/113.
				161174 to Spanish Navy as VA.1-6.  To Thai Navy as 3107 in 1996.
				161175 to Spanish Navy as VA.1-7.  Lost May 30, 1994.
				161176 to Spanish Navy as VA.1-8.  Crashed Oct 22, 1984.  Repaired after accident and to Thai Navy as 3108.
				161177 to Spanish Navy as VA.l-9.  Lost Jul 29, 1986.
				161178 to Spanish Navy as VA.1-10 (replacement for 159561).  To Thai Navy as 3109 in 1996.
161179/161184		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
				c/n 65-412/417 ??
				161181 to AMARC as 2J0106 Oct 10, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  Returned to service with
					HMT-302 May 7, 2010.
161185/161206		Beech UC-12B Huron
				161185 (c/n BJ-1) SOC Mar 15, 1999.  In 2003, was on display at Corpus Christi NAS, Texas
				161186 (c/n BJ-2) to AMARC as 5G0011 Jun 30, 1997
				161187 (c/n BJ-3) to AMARC as 5G0027 Jul 27, 2006. SOC Nov 29, 2006.
					Registered N528NA Apr 10, 2007.  
				161188 (c/n BJ-4) converted to TC-12B.  TO AMARC as 5G0019 Oct 28, 2004.
					SOC Feb 28, 2005. 
				161189 crashed near NAS Pensacola Jan 2, 1982.  Pilot killed, 7 other
					occupants injured. 
				161192 (c/n BJ-8) to AMARC as 5G0029 Apr 21, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				161194 (c/n BJ-10) to AMARC as 5G0016 Aug 31, 2004
				161196 (c/n BJ-12) converted to TC-12B
				161197 (c/n BJ-13) converted to TC-12B.  Painted to recognize 100th anniversary of naval aviation Nov 2010.
				161198 (c/n BJ-14) to AMARC as 5G0005 Sep 16, 1996. Seen in Reno Feb 28, 2009, so must have returned to service.
					SOC Sep 10, 2009
				161199 (c/n BJ-15) converted to TC-12B.  To AMARC as 5G0009 Jan 7, 1997.  
					To NAS Pstuxent River, MD Sep 9, 1997.  Back to AMARC as 5G0015 Aug 5, 2004.
				161200 (c/n BJ-16) converted to TC-12B.  To AMARC as 5G0021 May 24, 2005.
					SOC Oct 17, 2005
				161201 (c/n BJ-17) converted to TC-12B.
				161202 (c/n BJ-18) to AMARC as 5G0003 Sep 12, 1996
				161203 (c/n BJ-19)
				161204 (c/n BJ-20) to AMARC as 5G0022 Oct 3, 2005. SOC Jan 17, 2006
161207/161212		Sikorsky SH-3D 
				MAP for Spain
				161207 (c/n 61-838) to Spanish Navy as HS.9-13.  W/o May 14, 1985
				161208 (c/n 61-839) to Spanish Navy as HS.9-14.  Converted to SH-3G and then to SH-3H
				161209 (c/n 61-840) to Spanish Navy as HS.9-15.  Converted to SH-3G and then to SH-3H
				161210 (c/n 61-841) to Spanish Navy as HS.9-16.  Converted to SH-3G and then to SH-3H
				161211 (c/n 61-842) to Spanish Navy as HS.9-17.  Converted to SH-3G and then to SH-3H
				161212 (c/n 61-843) to Spanish Navy as HSl9-18.  Converted to SH-3G, W/o Nov 12, 1985.
161213/161216		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-4-MC Hornet (Lot 3)
				161213 to NASA as 844, later N844NA.  Crashed 10/7/88
				161214 to NASA as 842 in August 1987, later N842NA.  Now on display on a stick outside Lancaster,
					CA Municipal Baseball Stadium.
				161215 w/o 11/14/1986 over Chesapeake Bay.  C. Brannon ejected safely.
				161216 to NASA as 841 in October 1985, later N841NA.  Later returned to Navy
161217			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-4-MC Hornet (Lot 3)
				161217 to NASA as 852. Allocated civil registration N852NA July 2001.
161218/161222		Ling-Temco-Vought TA-7H Corsair II
				for Greece
161223			Lockheed EC-130Q-LM Hercules
				c/n 382-4867.  Stored at MCAS Cherry Point, NC for USMC Museum.  Did not go to Marine Corps 
					Air-Ground Museum, but scrapped instead.
161224/161229		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				c/n A064/A069
				161224 SOC
				161225 SOC
				161226 SOC
				161227 being readied for display on USS Midway at San Diego, CA, on loan from
					National Museum of Naval Aviation.  SOC
				161228 (c/n A068) to AMARC as 2E0029 Jun 28, 1993.  SOC Sep 16, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161229 (c/n A069) SARDIP'ed in Saint Augustine in 2007.  SOC
161230/161235		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				c/n I-624/629
				161233 to AMARC as 5A0155 Mar 15, 1995.
161236/161241		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				Contract cancelled.
161242/161247		Grumman EA-6B-85-GR ICAP I Prowler
				c/n P85/P90
				161243 SOC Sep 13, 2010.
				161244 SOC Jun 10, 2011
				161246 (VAQ-131) crashed into Mediterranan Sea Jul 30, 1982 off USS Independence
				161247 crashed at Bogue Field, NC Mar 8, 1994
161248			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-4-MC Hornet (Lot 3)
				161248 w/o May 2, 1983 when crashed into sea shortly after takeoff from NAS Patuxent
					River, MD after becoming uncontrollable.  Pilot ejected.
161249			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-4-MC Hornet (Lot 3)
161250/161251		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-4-MC Hornet (Lot 3)
				161250 to NASA as 845 in October 1987, nater N843NA.  Has been returned to Navy.
				161251 used by NASA as non-flying systems test airframe.
161252/161265		Sikorsky CH/MH-53E Super Stallion/Sea Dragon
				c/n 65-418/431 ??
				161253 (MH-464) crashed at Camp Lejune, NC Nov 18, 1984.  Six occupants killed.
161266			McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain II
				c/n 48137.  Military version of DC-9-32CF for airlift.  To AMARC Mar 27, 2012.  SOC Jun 7, 2012
161267/161269		Lockheed P-3C-195-LO Orion
				Model 785A for Japan
			161267. C/n 785A-7001. To JMSDF as 5001. SOC Oct11.
			161268. C/n 785A-7002. To JMSDF as 5002. SOC 14Nov08 and broken up at Atsugi.
			161269. C/n 785A-7003. To JMSDF as 5003. SOC Oct11 and broken up at Atsugi.
161270/161299		Grumman F-14A-115-GR Tomcat 
				161270 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Jan 29, 1999.
				161271 (c/n 397) to AMARC as AK0139 Oct 16, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161272 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 9/30/2000.  Noted dumped at Atsugi AB, Japan Oct 2004
				161273 was TARPS-capable.  With VF-213 crashed into Pacific Ocean April 27, 1995 off
					USS Abraham Lincoln.  Both crew members ejected safely.
				161274 (c/n 400) to AMARC as 1K0157 Aug 17, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				161275 was TARPS-capable.  
				161276 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Dec 16, 2003  
				161277 was TARPS-capable.  SOC 2/27/1997.
				161278 lost on Grumman test flight 7/6/1981.
				161279 SOC Dec 29, 2003
				161280 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Oct 6, 2003  
				161281 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Mar 29, 1999.
				161282 was TARPS-capable.  With VF-154 crashed into Pacific Ocean 500 mi W of 
					Guam 5/18/1996 after suffering engine malfunction.  Both crewmembers
					ejected safely.
				161283 (VF-102) slid off elevator of USS America 6/20/1984 and sank.
				161284 C/n 410 ) to AmARC as 1K0120 Dec 19, 2001.  SOC Sep 25, 2003
				161285 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Aug 31, 1999.
				161286 (VF-101) SOC 11/14/1989.
				161287 (KB-5) converted to F-14A(Plus), later redesignated F-14B.  SOC May 22, 2002
				161288 SOC Nov 13, 2003
				161289 crashed near Yuma, AZ 2/28/1983.  Both crewmembers ejected safely.
				161290 SOC 2/11/1986.
				161291 (c/n 417) to AMARC as 1K0142 Oct 22, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161292 SOC Dec 16, 2003
				161293 SOC Dec 16, 2003
				161294 SOC May 22, 2003
				161295 (VF-211) collided with 158635 over Red Sea Feb 2, 2004 during
					sortie from USS Enterprise. Both landed safely.  158635 only slightly damaged, but
					161295 suffered serious damage including almost total loss of starboard
					tailfin and was declared a writeoff.  SOC Mar 2, 2004.  (AFM 11/2005)
				161296 (c/n 422) to AMARC as 1K0141 Oct 21, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161297 (c/n 423) to AMARC as 1K0161 Sep 13, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161298 (VF-114) crashed 5/17/1990 during training mission.  Both
					crewmembers ejected safely.
				161299 (VF-154) crashed into Gulf on night approach
					to USS Kitty Hawk June 15, 1999 following failure of
					second engine during inflight refuelling attempt.  Two 
					crewmembers ejected safely and were rescued.
161300/161305		Grumman F-14A Tomcat
				Contract cancelled.
161306/161327		Beech UC-12B Huron
				161307 (c/n BJ-24) to AMARC as 5G0025 Jan 18, 2006.  SOC Apr 7, 2006
				161308 (c/n BJ-25) to AMARC as 5G0013 Jun 24, 2004
				161311 (c/n BJ-28) conveted to NC-12B for testing sonobuoys.  To AMARC as 5G0001 Sep 12, 1996.
					Must have left AMARC, as seen Apr 2006 at NAWC.
				161314 (c/n BJ-31) to AMARC as 5G0010 Feb 13, 1997.  Seen at Davenport
					air show in 2009.  Later seen as TC-12B at Cedar Rapids Dec 2009
 				161315 (c/n BJ-32) converted to TC-12B
				161316 converted as TC-12B.
				161317 (c/n BJ-34) to AMARC as 5G0026 Apr 26, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006
				161321 (c/n BJ-38) to AMARC as 5G0007 Dec 19, 1996.
				161322 (c/n BJ-39) to AMARC as 5G0014 Jul 30, 2004
				161327 (c/n BJ-44) to AMARC as 5G0006 Dec 5, 1996
161328			Lockheed EC-130Q
				contract cancelled
161329/161335		Lockheed P-3C-195-LO Orion
				161329 (c/n 285A-5726)
				161330 (c/n 285A-5727) to AMARC as 2P0233 Apr 14, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005.  Registration N44RF reserved May 24, 2006 for
					US Department of Commerce.
				161331 (VP-1) went into stall Jul 22, 2008 over Puget Sound and was recovered after sufering 7 G pullout.
					Landed safely but was damaged by the stress.  During functional check flight,
					No 1 engine was deliberately shut down as part of check.
					Then No 2 engine commenced vibrating and had to be shut down.
					Speed decayed, leading to stall followed by spin.  USN Safety Center
					reportedly considers the aircraft as repairable.
				161332 (c/n 285A-5729) SOC Jul 11, 2012
				161334 (c/n 285A-5731) SOC Jan 7, 2012
				161335 (c/n 285A-5732) seen at NAS China Lake in 2008.
161336/161340		Lockheed P-3C-205-LO Orion
				161337 (c/n 285A-5735)
				161340 (c/n 285A-5739) to AMARC as 2P0225 Aug 25, 2004.  SOC Oct 17, 2005
161341/161346		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				161341 (c/n A070) SOC Sep 24, 2003
				161342 (c/n A072)to Coast Guard as 3506.  Returned to Navy.  SOC
				161343 (c/n A074) w/o Jul 8, 1991
				161344 (c/n A075) noted in compound behind restoration hangar at Yanks
					Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002.  SOC
				161345 (c/n A078) to AMARC as 2E0033 Sep 21, 1993.   SOC Sep 16, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161346 (c/n A079) to AMARC as 2E0044 Mar 10, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161347/161352		Grumman EA-6B-90-GR ICAP I Prowler
				c/n P91/P96
				161347 SOC Jun 2, 2009.  Cutup completed Mar 21, 2011
				161349 SOC Jun 18, 2010.
				161350 SOC Jun 1, 2011.
				161351 (VAQ-139) crashed into Pacific Ocean off Hawaii while attempting to land
					on USS Constellation Oct 28, 1984.
				161352 SOC Nov 10, 2010.  Cutup completed Jan 9, 2012.
161353			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-5-MC Hornet (Lot 4)
				Was Blue Angels aircraft 1990-91.  Retired to National Museum of Naval
					Aviation and loaned to Naval Air Test and Evaluation Museum, Patuxent, MD.  
					It has been on display there since Sept 1996.
161354/161357		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-5-MC Hornet (Lot 4)
				161354 was Blue Angels aircraft.  SOC Oct 4, 1999.  Cut up to become F-18D flight simulator.
				161355 (c/n 23) was Blue Angels aircraft.  To NASA as 846. Allocate civil registration of
					N846NA July 2001.
161358/161359		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-5-MC Hornet (Lot 4)
161360			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-6-MC Hornet (Lot 4)
161361/161367		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-6-MC Hornet (Lot 4)
				161363 (VFA-125) w/o Mar 16, 1985 when crashed into lake north of NAS Fallon, NV during
					bombing practice.  Pilot killed 
				161364 (c/n 32/B010) w/o Feb 11, 1991 when crashed during bombing practice.
					Pilot killed.
				161366 was Blue Angels aircraft.  On display at NAS Lemoore, CA
				161367 on display at NAS Patuxent River Naval Air Systems Command HQ, MD
161368/161380		Lockheed P-3C-200-LO Orion
				Model 285E to Netherlands as 300/312
				161368 (c/n 285E-5733) to Dutch Navy as 300.  Modified in 1998/9 for 
					overland operations.  To be sold to Portuguese AF
				161369 (c/n 285E-5737) to Dutch Navy as 301.  To be sold to German Navy
				161370 (c/n 285E-5741) to Dutch Navy as 302.  In Feb 2005 undergoing
					Capabilities Upkeep Program at Lockheed Martin.  To be sold
					to German Navy
				161371 (c/n 285E-5745) to Dutch Navy as 303.  Modified 1998/9 for
					overland operations.  In Feb 2005 undergoing Capabilites
					Upkeep Program at Lockheed Martin.  To be sold to German Navy
				161372 (c/n 285E-5750) to Dutch Navy as 304.  Damaged after fuel tank
					exploded during pressure test in Portugal.  Repaired, and to
					be sold to Portuguese AF
				161373 (c/n 285E-5754) to Dutch Navy as 305.  Mofidied 1998/9 for
					overland operations.  Underwent Capabilities Upkeep Program
					and is to be sold to German Navy
				161374 (c/n 285E-5758) to Dutch Navy as 306.  Stored ot OGMA, Alverca
					since Feb 12, 2003.  To be sold to Portuguese AF
				161375 (c/n 285E-5762) to Dutch Navy as 307.  Underwent Capabilities
					Upkeep Program, to be sold to Portuguese AF
				161376 (c/n 285E-5765) to Dutch Navy as 308.  Underwent Capabilities
					Upkeep Program.  Currently (Feb 2005) with OGMA at Alverca for
					heavy maintenance.  To be sold to German Navy.
				161377 (c/n 285E-5769) to Dutch Navy as 309.  Currently (Feb 2005) with
					Lockheed Martin at Greenvile, SC undergoing Capabilities
					Upkeep Program.  To be sold to German Navy
				161378 (c/n 285E-5773) to Dutch Navy as 310.  Stored at OGMA, Alverca
					since Jan 21, 2003.  To be sold to Portuguese AF
				161379 (c/n 285E-5774) to Dutch Navy as 311.  To storage at OGMA, Alverca
					Dec 10, 2002.  Currentyl (Feb 2005) being prepared for 
					Capabilities Upkeep Program.  To be sold to German Navy
				161380 (c/n 285E-5776) to Dutch Navy as 312.  Has completed Capabilities
					Upkeep Program and is now (Feb 2005) on detachment to Keflavik,
					Iceland.  To be sold to German Navy
161381/161394		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
				c/n 65-432/445
163395			Sikorsky MH-53E Sea Dragon
				161395 c/n 65-446?? SOC Jun 8, 1999.
161396/161399		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-1-MC Harrier II
				Full-scale development aircraft.  c/n 512001/1-512004/4
				161396 was on display at Naval Air Test and Evaluation Museum, NAS Pensacola, FL.
					Noted Nov 10, 2006 at National Museum of the United
					States Marine Corps, Quantico, VA
				161397 on display at CHAC Museum, Charlotte, NC.
				161398 retired to Indian Head
				161398 on display at NAS Patuxent River, MD.
161400/161403		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye 
				c/n A071, A073, A076, A077
				for JASDF as 34-3451/3454
161404/161415		Lockheed P-3C-210-LO Orion
				161405 (c/n 285A-5742)
				161406 (c/n 285A-5743)
				161407 (c/n 285A-5744)
				161408 c/n 0511/B088
				161410 to P-3C-III, Model 285G.
				161412 (c/n 285A-5751)
161416/161445		Grumman F-14A-120-GR Tomcat 
				161416 (KB-13) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  SOC May 22, 2003
				161417 (KB-8) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  SOC Mar 2001.
				161418 (KB-4) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
				161419 (KB-9, cn 429) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  To AMARC as
					1K0187 Apr 13, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
				161420 with VF-101 crashed into Atlantic Ocean off Virginia Capes Aug 30, 1983 after
					colliding twith F-14 161420, which also crashed.  Of both crews, two died and
					two rescued.
				161421 (KB-17) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
				161422 (KB-18, c/n 432) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  SOC Jan 18, 2005.  On
					display at NAS Wildwood, NJ museum 2006.  
				161423 SOC 8/8/1983.
				161424 (KB-1, c/n 434) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
					To AMARC as 1K0189 Jun 29, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161425 (KB-19) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  Crashed 10/2/1997
					with VF-101 due to control failure.  Crew ejected but pilot died when his
					ejection seat failed.  RIO was recovered safely.
				161426 (KB-2, c/n 436) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated 
					F-14B.  SOC Jun 9, 2005.  On display 2007 at NAS Deland, FL.
				161427 (KB-12) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
					161427 (VF-32) crashed into Atlantic Ocean during routine training
					mission Aug 8, 1998.  Both crew ejected safely.  March 2005 issue of
					Air Forces Monthly quotes this as being aircraft of VF-103 which collided
					with 162913 and crashed into Mediterranean off Turkey Jul 30, 1998.
				161428 (KB-6, c/n 438) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  SOC Sep 29, 2005
				161429 (KB-3) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  Crashed off the
					Virginia capes with VF-101 Jul 9, 2002.  Both crewmen ejected safely.
				161430 (KB-22) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
					161430 (VF-103) shot down by SA-2 Jan 21, 1991 near Al Asad air base, Iraq, Desert 
					Storm.  Crew ejected safely, one rescued, one POW.
				161431 (VF-142) collided with 161439 (VF-143) Mar 17, 1983 and crashed into
					Caribbean 100 mi N of Puerto Rico while operating off USS Eisenhower.
					Two crew members from VF142 aircaft killed.
				161432 (KB-24) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
				161433 (KB-7, c/n 443) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  SOC Mar 11, 2005
				161434 (KB-25) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
				161435 (KB-26, c/n 445) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
					To AMARC as 1K0173 Jan 26, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				161436 (VF-142) crashed into sea off Puerto Rico Mar 17, 1983 after total hydraulic failure.  Operating
					off USS Eisenhower.  161431 and 161439 also lost on same day.
				161437 (KB-15, c/n 447) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
					To AMARC as 1K0179 Apr 5, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005
				161438 (KB-27, c/n 448) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  To AMARC as
					1K0181 Apr 5, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161439 (VF-143) collided with 161431 (VF-142) Mar 17, 1983 and crashed into Caribbean
					100 mi N of Puerto Rico while operating off USS Eisenhower.  Two crew members from VF142 aircraft killed.
				161440 (KB-10, c/n 450) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
					To AMARC as 1K0149 Jun 18, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005
				161441 (KB-16, c/n 451) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  
					To AMARC as 1K0177 Mar 17, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				161442 (KB-14, c/n 452) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
					To AMARC as 1K0169 Jan 12, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				161443 SOC 1/13/1992.
				161444 (KB-11) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  Crashed near NAS
					Oceana during training flight 4/18/1996.  Crew ejected safely.
161446/161493		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A/B Hornet
				contract cancelled.
161494/161496		Lockheed EC-130Q-LM Hercules
				All three aircraft to NASA.
				161494 (c/n 382-4896) to NASA Wallops Island for spares.
				161495 (c/n 382-4901) was flying at NASA Wallops Island as N472NA.  Previously on display at Kenosha Military
					Museum, Racine, Wisconsin and now active as N130FF
				161496 (c/n 382-4904) to NCAR for spares, stored at WIA Yard, Tucson.
161497/161518		Beech UC-12B Huron
				161498,161508,161509,161510,161518 converted as TC-12B.
				161499 (c/n BJ-47) to AMARC as 5G0004 Sep 16, 1996
				161500 SOC Jan 11, 2012
				161501 SOC Jan 5, 2012
				161503 (c/n BJ-51) to AMARC as 5G0024 Dec 13, 2005.  SOC Jan 17, 2006.
				161506 (c/n BJ-54) to AMARC as 5G0018 Sep 29, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005
				161509 (c/n BJ-57) to AMARC as 5G0008 Feb 13, 1997
				161510 (c/n BJ-58) to AMARC as 5G0028 Sep 14, 2006.  SOC Nov 29, 2006
				161514 (c/n BJ-62)
				161516 (c/n BJ-64) to AMARC as 5G0002 Sep 12, 1996.  Removed from AMARC,
					Back to AMARC as 5G0012 May 26, 2004. On display.
161519			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-6-MC Hornet (Lot 4)
				c/n 36.  Former Blue Angels aircraft.  To NASA as chase aircraft.
					Allocated civil registration N843NA July 2001.
161520/161528		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-7-MC Hornet (Lot 4)
				161520 was former Blue Angels aircraft.
					To NASA as 847 in September 1989.  Allocated civil registration N847NA
					July 2001.
				161521 was Blue Angels aircraft.  TO AMARC as 1A0008 May 3, 1995.  Currently in storage hangar at NASA Ames
					Research Center, Moffett Field, CA
				161522 was Blue Angels #5.  Crashed at NAS El Centro, CA Feb 12, 1987
					due to fuel starvation/engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely
				161523 was Blue Angels aircraft.  To AMARC as 1A0008 May 3, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				161524 (Blue Angels #2) collided with #1 Blue Angels aircraft
					over NAS El Centro, CA Jan 23, 1990.  Pilot ejected safely.
					Blue #1 landed safely
				161525 was Blue Angels aircraft
				161526 was Blue Angels aircraft.
				161527 was Blue Angels aircraft.
				161528 was Blue Angels aircraft.
161529/161530		McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain II 
				military version of DC-9-32CF for airlift
				161529 c/n 48165
				161530 c/n 48166
161531			Lockheed EC-130Q Hercules
				cn 4932 From AMARC to ASI/DMI Yard, Tucson.  Has gone to NOAA
161532/161545		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
				161532/161543 c/n 65-447/458 ??
				161532 to AMARC as 2J0082 Sep 18, 1995. Returned to service
				161533 to AMARC as 2J0091 Mar 4, 1996.
				161535 SOC Feb 25, 2002.
				161536 to SARDIP at NADEP Cherry Point in 2001.  Some components removed for Fleet and NADEP use.
				161537 to SARDIP at NADEP Cherry Point in 2001.  Some components removed for Fleet and NADEP use.
				161538 to AMARC as 2J0090 Mar 4, 1996.
				161539 to AMARC as 2J0089 Feb 29, 1996.  Returned to service in 2010.
				161540 to AMARC as 2J0088 Feb 5, 1996.  Returned to service with HMT-302 in 2010.
				161542 to AMARC as 2J0085 Sep 22, 1995.  To MCAS Cherry Point,
					NC Aug 8, 2005 for return to service.  Has been upgraded and returned to
					service with HMM-464 Jun 29, 2006
				161543 to AMARC as 2J0083 Sep 18, 1995.  Returned to service in 2010.
				161544 and 161545 cancelled
161546			De Havilland UC-8A
				(c/n 3) was formerly N13688, previously 63-13688 with USAF.
					Transferred to US Army as C-8A in 1994, still as 161546.  Donated
					for training at Andrews University as DHC-5 N37AU Jul 15, 1996.
					Sold to Public Service Aircraft Inc as N37AU based in Anchorage
					AK.  Sold to Sky Relief Services (Kenya), N37AU registration
					cancelled Sep 10, 2004.  Registered Sep 2004 to Sky Relief
					of Wilson/Lokichoggio as 5Y-SRK.  Seen at Teversham APT, Cambridge, 
					UK Sep 25, 2004 on delivery flight to Kenya as 5Y-SRK.  Leased to 
					International Red Cross.  Crashed Dec 2006 near Nairobi-Jomo Kenyatta
					IAP, Kenya while flying goods to Baidoa Airport, Somalia.  Aircraft
					developed engine problems, failed to gain enough height, crashed qnd
					burst into flames.
161547/161552		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				c/n A080/A085
				161547 WFU
				161548 WFU
				161549 (VAW-124) crashed Mar 25, 1993 during night mission off Southern Italy in Ionian Sea
					All 5 crew killed.
				161550 in SARDIP yard at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
				161551 WFU
				161552 WFU
161553/161570		Sikorsky SH-60B Sea Hawk
				161553/64 c/n 70-0364/75
				161553 SOC Jun 2, 2009
				161554 SOC Nov 19, 2009
				161558 crashed March 6, 1998 near Crestline, Monument
					Peak, California.  All five crew killed.
				161562 at USS Alabama Museum, Mobile, AL.
				161566 SOC Nov 9, 2009
				161563 on display at MCAS Kaneohe Bay
				161570 SOC Jul 17, 2009
161571			Schweizer X-26A
161572			Convair UC-880
				Single example of a Convair 880 commercial transport 
					operated by the Navy as a tanker.  Was airframe number 22-7-3-55 that had
					been delivered to FAA Aug 1961 as N112 and used to train FAA flight
					examiners.  Reregistred as N42 in 1974.  Flight Systems bought the plane
					in 1980 and re-registered it as N84700.  Modified by Navy as inflight tanker
					and given BuNo 161572.  Destroyed in a cargo hold explosion test at NAS
					Patuxent River, MD in 1995.
161573/161578		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-2-MC Harrier II
				c/n 512005/5-512010/10.
				161573 (VMA-542) lost in Desert Storm Feb 23, 1991.  Failed to recover from
					dive during night attack on tank park in Ali Al Salem, Kuwait.  Pilot KIA.
				161574 SOC Aug 26, 1999.
				161575 rebuilt as 165391.
				161576 SOC Aug 26, 1999.
				161577 SOC Aug 26, 1999.
				161578 (VMAT-203)crashed into sea due to inflight fire March 31, 1985.
161579/161584		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-3-MC Harrier II
				c/n 512011/11-512016/16.
				161579 rebuilt as 165398
				161580 rebuilt as 165397.
				161581 converted to AV-8B+-23-MC 165306.
				161582 (VMAT-203) crashed at MCAD Cherry Point, NC Jul 13, 1988
				161583 converted to AV-8B+-23-MC 165307.
				161584 (c/n 512016/016) to AMARC as 7A0047 Aug 9, 1993.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.  At CANTT CNAS Pensacola, FL Nov 2007
161585/161596		Lockheed P-3C-215-LO Orion
				161585 (c/n 285A-5756) (VPU-1) ran off runway onto rough ground while landing at
					Bagram AB, Afghanistan Oct 20, 2008.  Starboard undercarriage
					collapsed and both starboard engines caught fire.  All
					crew members survived.  Reportedly SOC Oct 21, 2008.
				161586 (c/n 285A-5757)
				161587 (c/n 285A-5759)
				161588 (c/n 285A-5760)
				161589 (c/n 285A-5761)
				161590 (c/n 285A-5763)
				161591 (c/n 285A-5764) painted Jan 2011 with markings of PBY-5 04435 for 100th anniversary of naval aviation.
				161592 (c/n 285A-5766)
				161593 (c/n 285A-5767)
				161594 (c/n 285A-5768)
				161595 (c/n 285A-5770)
				161596 (c/n 285A-5771)
161597/161626		Grumman F-14A-125-GR Tomcat 
				161597 (VF-213) crashed after midair collision with 159832 6/29/1991.
				161598 on exhibit at Tulsa Air and Space Center, OK.
				161599 (KB-20, c/n 458) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0101 Apr 22, 1997.
					Returned to service with VF-32 Nov 3, 1997.  SOC May 16, 2002
				161600 SOC Feb 16, 1999.
				161601 (KB-20) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
					With VF-103 crashed 9/13/1993 off Cape Hatteras, NC.  Crew
					members ejected safely and were rescued by fishing boats.
				161602 (VF-51) crashed off San Clemente while doing FCLPs in Jul 1989.  SOC 7/25/1989.
				161603 (c/n 462) to AMARC as 1K10158 Aug 17, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				161604 was TARPS-capable.  With VF-84, crashed into Currituck Sound, 
					NC Nov 18, 1993 after crew received fire warning.  Crew of 2 ejected safely and were recovered.
				161605 (c/n 464) was TARPS-capable.  Was with National Warplane Museum.  Noted Sep 2006
					at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, Elmira, NY
				161606 (VF-21) crashed off Japan 4/29/1993 following engine fire.  Crew ejected safely.
				161607 (c/n 466) to AMARC as 1K0125 Jan 16, 2002. SOC Nov 13, 2003. 
				161608 (KB-23, c/n 467) converted to F-14A(Plus), later redesignated F-14B.  
					To AMARC as 1K0145 Jun 3, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161609 (c/n 468) to AMARC as 1K0146  Jun 15, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161610 (KB-30) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.  SOC Jan 29, 2003
				161611 was TARPS-capable.  To maintenance trainer at NAS Pensacola, FL.  Seen June 2005
					on display at USS Alabama Memorial, Mobile, AL.
				161612 (c/n 471) to AMARC as 1K0159 Sep 13, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161613 (VF-21) struck the deck of USS Constellation Mar 12, 1986.  Crew ejected.
				161614 SOC 3/20/1987.
				161615 (c/n 474) flew from NAS Fallon, NV to Forbes Field, KS Oct 24, 2003 and put on display
					at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS.  Still there Oct 2006.
				161616 SOC Jun 2, 1999.
				161617 (c/n 476) SOC Sep 29, 2003 and scrapped at NAS Oceana, VA Oct 2003
				161618 (VF-154) crashed Aug 31, 1997.
				161619 (c/n 478) to AMARC as 1K0122 Dec 20, 2001.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				161620 was TARPS-capable. SOC Mar 15, 1999.  Seen at Selfridge Military Air
					Museum, Mount Clemens, MI Oct 2006.
				161621 (c/n 480) was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0126 Jan 18, 2002.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161622 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Dec 17, 2003
				161623 used as F-14D testbed and later redesignated NF-14D.  Now on display
					at Naval Air Test and Evaluation Museum, Patuxent, MD.
				161624 was TARPS-capable.  SOC Aug 31, 1999.
				161625 (VF-111) SOC Aug 2, 1989.
				161626 (c/n 485) was TARPS-capable.  To AMARC as 1K0129 Jan 25, 2002, returned
					to service wifth VF-101.  Back to AMARC as 1K0160 Sep 13, 2004.
					SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161627			Beech U-8F
161628			Fokker UC-27 
				Unofficial designation for Fairchild F-27A commercial
				transport used by Navy for special duties.  Originally
				operated under civilian registration N10004.  In May
				1996 retired from Navy service and serialled N10004 again.
				Noted stored at Greybull, WY Sep 2002 as N127HP
161629/161640		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A Hornet
				Contract cancelled
161641/161658		Kaman SH-2F Seasprite
				c/n 191/208
				161641 to Royal New Zealand AF Nov 1997 as NZ3441.  Previously used by Kaman as a test aircraft for the "magic lantern" mine detection 
					system.  Retired from servicewith RNZAF  in 2001 and returned to Kaman for use as spares to support the SH-2G contract.
				161642 (SH-2G) to display at Patuxent River NAS, MD Jul 1998.
				161643 to AMARC as 8H0088 Jun 6, 2001.  SOC Dec 3, 2002.  On display at Patuxent River NAS, MD
				161644 to AMARC as 8H0086 Apr 5, 2001.  SOC Jul 3, 2002
				161645 to AMARC as 8H0056.  to Egypt as 3060
				161646 w/o 3/30/1988.
				161647 to AMARC as 8H0084 Dec 18, 2000.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				161648 (HSL-34) w/o 3/3/1989, Virginia.
				161649 (HSL-33) crashed into sea 325 mi SW of San Diego, CA Jan 21, 1985.
				161651 w/o 11/11/1988.
				165652 to AMARC as 8H0048 Sep 22, 1993.  To Egypt as 3055
				161653 as YSH-2G
				161654 w/o 1/11/1987.
				161656 (c/n 206) to AMARC as 8H0066 Feb 7, 1994.  Was N356KA.  To Royal Australian Navy
					as N29-161656 Feb 2001. Following cancellation of contract 
					Mar 20, 2008 is to be returned to Kaman
				161657 to AMARC as 8H0075 Apr 25, 1994.  To New Zealand as NZ3440.
				161658 to AMARC as 8H0081 Nov 20, 2000.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
161659/161690		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				c/n I-636/667
				161659 to AMARC as 5A0106 Jul 8, 1994.
				161660 to AMARC as 5A0189 Jun 11, 1996.
				161662 to AMARC as 5A0251 Mar 14, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.
				161668 (VA-35) shot down over Iraq H-3 airfield, Desert Storm, Jan 17, 1991. 2 crew ejected and made POW.
				161669 to AMARC as 5A0193 Jun 24, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				161672 to AMARC as 5A0186 May 14, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				161673 (VA-35) crashed near coast of Venezuela during training mission Apr 1, 1985 NW of Santiago,
					Panama while operating from USS Nimitz.  Plane has never been found.
				161675 to AMARC as 5A0118 Jul 25, 1994.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				161677 to AMARC as 5A0198 Jun 25, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				161678 to AMARC as 5A0236 Dec 19, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.
				161680 to AMARC as 5A0190 Jun 17, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				161682 lost during midair collision with 164385 (formation incident) Sep 8, 1993.  All 4 crewmen survived.
				161684 crahed into mountain 2 miles W of Bravo 19 Bombing Range near NAS 
					Fallon, NV Apr 22, 1985 during night bombing run.  Both crew killed.
				161687 (c/n I-664) scrapped Jun 1996.
				161688 to AMARC as 5A0077 Nov 3, 1993.
161691/161694		Grumman A-6E Intruder 
				contract cancelled.
161695/161701		Bell TH-57B Sea Ranger
				161695 (c/n 3437)
				161696 (c/n 3540) to AMARC as 4H0040 Sep 3, 1992.  SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				161697 (c/n 3541) to AMARC as 4H0041 Sep 3, 1992.  SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				161698 (c/n 3542)
				161699 (c/n 3543)
				161700 (c/n 3544)
				161701 (c/n 3545)
161702/161703		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-8-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161702 SOC Oct 21, 1999.
				161703 (c/n 48) to NASA as 850. Allocated civil registration N850NA July 2001
161704			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-8-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
161705/161706		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-8-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161705 (c/n 50) allocated civil registration N851NA July 2001.  Used by NASA as chase plane
					at Edwards AFB, CA
				161706 to AMARC as 1A0046 Apr 26, 2996.  Was in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
					Now used as a shipboard training aircraft.
161707			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-8-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				Seen on display at NAS Fallon Airpark
161708/161710		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-8-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161708 on display at NAS Fallon, NV
				161709 SOC Oct 20, 1999.
				161710 to AMARC as 1A0001 Jun 7, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161711			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-8-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				Was with Blue Angels as #7 Oct 2009
161712/161713		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-8-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161712 on display at NAS JRB, Fort Worth, TX, in VMFA-112 marks.
				161713 to AMARC as 1A0012 May 24, 1995.  On display.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161714			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-8-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161714 SOC Apr 29, 2002, scrapped Sep 2008
161715			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-8-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				To AMARC as 1A0003 Apr 21, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161716/161718		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-9-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161716 to AMARC as 1A0005 Apr 27, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161717 to AMARC as 1A0017 Jul 7, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161718 to AMARC as 1A0006 Apr 27, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161719			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-9-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161719 w/o Oct 1, 1992 at NAS Patuxent River, MD after aborted
					landing.  Aircraft hit a truck on ground, killing one
					civilian.  2 successful ejections.
161720/161722		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-9-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161720 to AMARC as 1A0010 May 10, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161722 to AMARC as 1A0033 Feb 22, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161723			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-9-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				Was with Blue Angels as #7 Oct 2009.  SOC Oct 24, 2012
161724/161726		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-9-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161724 (VMFA-212) departed runway on landing rollout May 22, 1990.
					To AMARC as 1A0026 Jan 12, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161725 was on display at Hill AFB Museum, Ogden, UT.  Moved to NMNA at Pensacola, Florida on
					loan to California Science Center.
				161726 was Blue Angels aicraft.  On static display at NAS JRB, New Orleans, LA
161727			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-9-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161727 w/o May 20, 1987
161728/161732		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-9-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161728 to AMARC as 1A0020 Oct 20, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161729 (c/n 81) (VFA-305) landed Feb 13, 1989 with engine fire
					and never flew again.  Noted Mar 2006 in compound near NATTC Building,
					NAS Pensacola, FL.
				161730 to AMARC as 1A0024 Nov 22, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161731 to AMARC as 1A0007 Apr 28, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161732 to AMARC as 1A0029 Jan 26, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161733			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-9-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
161734/161736		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-9-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161734 crashed Apr 24, 1995 while attempting to land at NAS Miramar, CA.  SOC by Jan 1996.
				161735 to AMARC as 1A0042 Apr 12, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161736 to AMARC as 1A0045 Apr 22, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161737/161739		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-10-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161737 to AMARC as 1A0004 Apr 24, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161738 to AMARC as 1A0014 Jun 7, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161739 to AMARC as 1A0018 Jul 26, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161740			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-10-MC Hornet (Lot 5) 
161741/161745		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-10-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161741 (VMFA-531) crashed into water Nov 17, 1983 during night
					approach to MCAS Beaufort.  Pilot killed.
				161742 to AMARC as 1A0044 Apr 18, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161743 to AMARC as 1A0013 May 24, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161744 (c/n 100) to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center Mar 4, 1999 as NASA 853.
					Allocated civil registration N853NA July 2001.  Now to fly with wing from 160781.
				161745 to AMARC as 1A0051 Jun 19, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161746			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-10-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161746 was Blue Angels aircraft.  In 2009 was at museum at NAS Pensacola, FL.  On Sep 10, 2010 was 
					formally received at the St. Louis Science Center  
161747/161761		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-10-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				161747 to AMARC as 1A0023 Nov 22, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161748 to AMARC as 1A0049 May 6, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161749 (c/n 108) on display at Flying Leathernecks Museum, MCAS Miramar, CA.
				161750 (c/n 109/A078) to AMARC as 1A0043 Apr 16, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161751 (VFA-302) in inflight fire May 19, 1989.  Plane landed but SOC.
				161752 (c/n 112/A080) to AMARC as 1A0009 May 3, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2001.
					Suffered a heat exchanger fire, damaging several airframe
					components and was struck in 1994.  Now on display at NAS Fallon,
					NV.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161753 (c/n 113/A081) to AMARC as 1A0052 Jul 25, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161754 (VFA-125) departed runway while attempting short field
					arrestment Jul 10, 1987.  Pilot ejected safely.
				161755 (c/n 115/A083) to AMARC as 1A0019 Sep 22, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2001.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161756 (c/n 117/A085) to AMARC as 1A0011 May 10, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2001.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161757 (c/n 118/A086) to AMARC as 1A0054 Sep 20, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161758 (c/n 119/A087) to AMARC as 1A0021 Nov 1, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2001.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161759 (c/n 120/A088) to AMARC as 1A0030 Jan 26, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161760 (c/n 122/A090) to AMARC as 1A0015 Jun 7, 1995.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161761 (c/n 123/A091) to AMARC as 1A0016 Jun 15, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2001.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161762/161767		Lockheed P-3C-220-LO Orion
				161762 (c/n 285G-5772, VP-31) w/o after hard landing at Crows
					Landing-Aux Field, Ca Sept 25, 1990.
161768/161773		Lockheed P-3C Orion
				Model 285G.  Contract cancelled
161774/161775		Grumman EA-6B-95-GR ICAP I Prowler
				c/n P97/P98
				161774 SOC Oct 22, 2009.  Cutup completed Jan 9, 2012.
				161775 (VAQ-131) suffered uncommanded loss of all its external stores
					on flight from USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) Aug 14, 2007.
					(AFM 10/2007).  SOC Aug 1, 2012.
161776/161779		Grumman EA-6B-95-GR ICAP II Prowler
				c/n P99/P102
				161776 w/o Nov 3, 1992 El Centro, California
				161777 (VAQ-129) crashed 10 mi E of Sequim Dec 13, 1984.  Crew ejected.
				161778 W/o Jul 13, 1986, USS Enterprise
161780/161785		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				161780 in SARDIP yard at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
				161781 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
				161782 WFU
				161783 to AMARC as 2E0045 Mar 10, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161784 (c/n A092)  at Bethpage, NY used by NGC electricians for
					redesign work.
				161785 to AMARC as 230034 May 18, 2000.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161786/161789		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				For JASDF as 54-3455/3458
161790/161849		Beech T-34C Mentor
				161790/161849 are c/n GL-185/GL-244
				161790 to AMARC Dec 5, 2011
				161791 to AMARC Jan 19, 2012.  SOC Mar 8, 2012
				161792 to AMARC Jan 17, 2012.  SOC Mar 5, 2012
				161798 to AMARC Feb 1, 2012
				161801 to AMARC Dec 7, 2011.  SOC Feb 3, 2012
				161802 to AMARC Dec 7, 2011.  SOC Feb 6, 2012
				161804 to AMARC Apr 24, 2013
				161807 to AMARC Mar 1, 2012.  SOC Apr 30, 2012
				161811 to AMARC Dec 9, 2011.  SOC Feb 9, 2012
				161814 to AMARC as 4T0233 Jul 14, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
				161817 to AMARC Dec 5, 2011.  SOC Feb 24, 2012
				161819 to AMARC Apr 26, 2012
				161820 to AMARC Dec 15, 2011.  SOC Feb 9, 2012
				161824 to AMARC Dec 15, 2011.  SOC Feb 13, 2012
				161828 to AMARC Jan 17, 2012.  SOC Mar 8, 2012
				161829 to AMARC Aug 13, 2012.  SOC Sep 13, 2012
				161835 (VT-28) crashed in Gulf of Mexico off Corpus Christi, Texas Aug 24, 2011.  Crew bailed out.
				161837 to AMARC Feb 1, 2012
				161838 to AMARC Mar 21, 2012.  SOC May 21, 2012
				161839 to AMARC Feb 8, 2012
				161842 in 2012 was at Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida
				161843 to AMARC as 4T0212 Nov 29, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				161844 to AMARC as 4T0211 Sep 15, 1994.  Returned to service Mar 24, 1998.
					(VFA-125) crashed near El Centro May 21, 2001.  2 crew killed.
161850/161879		Grumman F-14A-130-GR Tomcat 
				161850 SOC Sep 30, 1999.
				161851 (KB-28, c/n 487) converted to F-14A+ and later redesignated F-14B.  
					To AMARC as 1K0102 Apr 22, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.
				161852 SOC 9/15/1997.
				161853 SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				161854 lost 6/18/1988.
				161855 (KM-6) converted to F-14A+ and later redesignated F-14B.
				161856 (c/n 492) to AMARC as 1K0123 Dec 27, 2001
				161857 SOC 8/4/1999.
				161858 (KM-1, c/n 494) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0147 Jun 17, 2004.
					SOC Feb 28, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161859 (KM-8) converted to F-14B.  SOC Oct 12, 2005
				161860 (KM-4) converted to F-14B.  SOC Oct 5, 2005.  At Aviation
					Museum of Kentucky, Lexington, KY Sep 2006
				161861 (VF-33) crashed 30 mi E of Oregon Inlet, Capt Hatteras, NC 12/15/1992.
					Crew survived.
				161862 (KM-2, c/n 498) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0182 Apr 11, 2005.
					SOC Oct 17, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161863 (c/n 499) SOC Dec 16, 2003.  Reported Oct 2006 to be at Jacksonville NAS
					Heritage Park, FL
				161864 SOC 9/22/1998.
				161865 to NF-14D testbed.  SOC 5/31/1996.
				161866 (c/n 502) to AMARC as 1K0143 Oct 23, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161867 modified as F-14D testbed, later redesignated NF-14D.
					SOC 1/31/1997.
				161868 SOC 8/4/1999.
				161869 SOC Jan 15, 2002
				161870 (KB-31, c/n 506) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0165 Dec 9, 2004.
					SOC Apr 20, 2005
				161871 (KB-29) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
					Crashed Oct 21, 1999 during launch from USS Eisenhower 
					while operating off Puerto Rico.  Both crew rescued.
				161872 SOC 8/12/1987.
				161873 (KB-32) converted to F-14A+, later redesignated F-14B.
				161874/161879 were cancelled.
161880/161885		Grumman EA-6B-100-GR ICAP II Prowler
				c/n P103/P108
				161880 SOC Mar 1, 2012.  SOC Mar 19, 2012  
				161882 (c/n P105) delivered to Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum at MCAS Miramar Feb 4, 2014.
				161883 SOC Oct 2, 2012.  SOC Oct 3, 2012
161886/161897		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				contract cancelled.
161898/161915		Kaman SH-2F Seasprite
				c/n 209/226
				161898 (HSL-37) w/o 11/29/1989.
				161899 to AMARC as 8H0076 Apr 25, 1994.  To New Zealand.
				161900 to AMARC.
				161903 w/o 5/8/1988.
				161905 delivered to New England Air Museum Dec 15, 2011
				161906 to AMARC as 8H0041.  to Egypt as 3056
				161907 to AMARC as 8H0089 Jun 7, 2001.  SOC Dec 3, 2002
				161908 (SH-2G) to AMARC as 8H0078 Sep 9, 1906.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				161909 to AMARC as 8H0041 Jul 12, 1993.  to Egypt as 3059
				161910 w/o 3/5/1988.
				161912 to AMARC as 8H0087 Apr 27, 2001.  SOC Jul 3, 2002
				161913 to AMARC as 8H0050.  To Royal Australian Navy as
					N29-161913.  Following cancellation of contract Mar 20, 2008 is to be returned
					to Kaman
				161914 to AMARC as 8H0060.  To Royal Australian Navy as
					N29-161914.  Following cancellation of contract Mar 20, 2008 is to be returned
					to Kaman
				161915 w/o 10/2/1986.
161916/161923		Cancelled contract for HXM VTOL aircraft
161924			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-10-MC Hornet (Lot 5)
				Originally built as T/FA-18A two seat trainer and later registered as F/A-18B
161925/161931		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-11-MC Hornet (Lot 6)
				161925 (NF/A-18A) SOC Nov 27, 2000.  
				161926 (c/n 127/A094) to AMARC as 1A0039 Apr 5, 1996.  to EdA as C.15-91 in late 1999/early 2000. 
					Crashed into sea Feb 11, 2003 off coast of Gran canaria
					while on approach to base at Gando after a fuel fire.
					Pilot ejected safely and was rescued.
				161927 (VFA-203) aircraft hit short of runway just outside the
					perimeter of NAS El Centero, CA Jan 15, 1996.  Pilot ejected safely.
				161928 (c/n 129/A096) to AMARC as 1A0063 Mar 24, 1997.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161929 (c/n 131/A098) to AMARC as 1A0040 Apr 5, 1996.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161930 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
				161931 was Blue Angels aircraft.  Noted Aug 2003 stored at NAS Pensacola, FL
161932			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-11-MC Hornet (Lot 6)
				Crashed Oct 28, 1999 during airshow practice at
					Moody AFB, GA with Blue Angels.  Both crew killed.
161933/161937		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-11-MC Hornet (Lot 6)
				161933 w/o Oct 22, 1986
				161934 used for static test after suffering a wheels-up landing.
				161935 (c/n 139/A105) to AMARC as 1A0002 Mar 24, 1995.  To Spain as C.15-92 in late 1999/early 2000
				161936 to Spain as C.15-73 in 1995.
161938			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-11-MC Hornet (Lot 6) 
161939/161942		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-11-MC Hornet (Lot 6)
				161939 (c/n 144/A109) to AMARC as 1A0041 Apr 11, 1996.
					To Spain as C.15-86 in 1999
				161940 (c/n 146/A111)to Spain as C.15-79
				161941 was Blue Angels aircraft.  Now on display as gate guard at NAS Jacksonville, FL.
				161942 was with Blue Angels as #4.  Now on display at USS Lexington Museum,
					Corpus Christi, TX
161943			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-11-MC Hornet (Lot 6) 
				Was Blue Angels aircraft #7 (number 4?).  Transferred from now closed Detroit Scienc Museum to Yanks Air
					Museum, Chino, California.  On loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, Florida.
161944			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-11-MC Hornet (Lot 6) 
				To Spain as C.15-80 in 1996.
161945/161946		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-12-MC Hornet (Lot 6)
				161945 was Blue Angels aircraft
				161946 (c/n 154/A118) to AMARC as 1A0022 Nov 16, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.  In 2010 was at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL.
161947			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-12-MC Hornet (Lot 6) 
161948/161965		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-12-MC Hornet (Lot 6)
				161948 with Blue Angels as #3.  SOC Mar 26, 2009.  In 2011 was at Valiant Air Museum, Titusville, Florida
				161949 (c/n 158/A121) to NASA as 848 in December 1989.  Later to Spanish AF as C.15-81
				161950 (c/n 159/A122) to AMARC as 1A0062 Mar 5, 1997.
					To Spain as C.15-87 in 1999.  
				161951 (c/n 161/A123) to AMARC as 1A0059 Jan 17, 1997.
					To Spanish AF as C.15-85
				161952 was Blue Angels aircraft.  Seen on NATTC parking ramp at
					NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 27, 2004.
				161953 (c/n 163/A125) to AMARC as 1A0061 Jan 28, 1997.
					To Spain as C.15-88 in 1999
				161954 (c/n 165/A127) to AMARC as 1A0055 Oct 7, 1996.
					To Spain as C.15-93 in late 1999, early 2000
				161955 was Blue Angels aircraft.  Lost its nose radome in 
					Hurricane Ivan Sep 15/16, 2004 at NAS Pensacola.  Now at
					the National Museum of Naval Aviation in Pensacola.
				161956 (Blue Angels) crashed into Gulf of Mexico Dec 1, 2004
					after having attempted loop too low and the tail impacted the
					water during familiarization flight.  Pilot ejected safely and was rescued.  Wreck is at NAS Pensacola.
				161957 was Blue Angels aircraft #6 in 1997.  Was on static display at NAS Atlanta, 
					Dobbina ARB, GA.  Atlanta has closed, and plane was moved for display to
					NAS Orlando, FL.
				161958 (c/n 170/A132) to AMARC as 1A0050 May 23, 1996.
					To Spain as C.15-94 in late 1999, early 2000
				161959 was Blue Angels aircraft #2.  Still with Blue Angels but #4 Oct 2009.  Retired to National Museum of
					Naval Aviation, Pensacola Florida in 2011.  Still there in 2013, not ransferred to Udvar-Hazy Museum.
				161960 was Blue Angels aircraft #6.  Now in the collection of the National
					Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, Fl.  To NAS Whiting Field, FL in 2011.
				161961 on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  
				161962 was Blue Angels aircraft. SOC Jul 5, 2000.  Seen on NATTC
					parking ramp at NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 27, 2004.
				161963 was Blue Angels aircraft #2.  SOC May 17, 2007.  Now on display at San Diego Air and
					Space Museum.
				161964 (c/n 179/A140) to AMARC as 1A0053 Aug 12, 1996.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161965 (c/n 180/A141) was Blue Angels aircraft.  To AMARC as 1A0058 Jan 17, 1997.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
161966/161987		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-13-MC Hornet (Lot 6)
				161966 (VFA-131) crashed into Santa Catalina during practice
					approach to San Clemente, CA Jun 19, 1984.  Pilot killed.
				161967 (C/n 183). Noted with Blue Angels November 2002 as #1.  Still with Blue Angels as #1 Oct 2009.
					In 2010 was on display at NAS Kingsville, TX in Blue Angels colors.
				161968 (c/n 184/A145) to AMARC as 1A0031 Feb 15, 1996.  SOC Sep 16, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161969 was Blue Angels aircraft.  Seen on NATTC parking ramp at
					NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 27, 2004
				161970 on delivery flight Sep 20, 2004 to museum at Quantico, VA, did
					touch-and-go at Quantico then skidded off runway, being DBR.  Pilot 
					ejected and received major injuries.  Plane is now on display at the Museum at Quantico.
				161971 (VMFA-122) crashed on takeoff at Twenty Nine Palms, CA Feb 7, 1987 when centerline
					fuel tank cap was not properly secured and overpressurized and blew the cap off, sending
					fuel into both engines, causing dual engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				161972 (c/n 190/A151) to AMARC as 1A0057 Nov 26, 1996.  SOC Sep 16, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161973 was Blue Angels aircraft.  In midair collision with 161524 Jan 23, 1990.
					Landed safely but Class A damage.  SOC in 1994.  Offered for public sale by Air Capitol
					Warbirds as of Feb 2002.  Has shown up on eBay by Landa and Associates.
					The registration N118FA was reserved May 27, 2004, taken up Aug 5, 2004.
					Fuselage seen in yard at Mojave, CA Feb 2006
				161974 (VMFA-321) crashed Aug 22, 1996.
				161975 was Blue Angels aircraft.  SOC Nov 28, 2006.  Now in the collection of
					the National Museum Of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				161976 (c/n 195/A156) to AMARC as 1A0056 Oct 15, 1996.  SOC Jan 8, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161977 (c/n 197/A158) to AMARC as 1A0032 Feb 15, 1996.  
					To Spain as C.15-95 in late 1999, early 2000
				161978 was Blue Angels aircraft.  
				161980 (VMFA-333) crashed in Japan 6/12/1989.  Pilot ejected safely.
				161981 (VMFA-122) in midair collisin with AV-8B from VMA-542 Nov
					4, 1986.  Pilot ejected safely. AV-8B landed safely.
					SOC Dec 18, 2002.
				161982 SOC Feb 25, 2003, now on display as gate guard on NAVICP-P property in Philadelphia, PA
					Painted as F/A-18C 163508.
				161983 was Blue Angels aircraft.  Now on display at US Naval Academy,
					Annapolis, MD.
				161984 was Blue Angels aircraft.  SOC Sep 28, 1999.  Now on display at Kalamazoo Air Zoo
					Museum, MI
				161985 (c/n 208/A168) was Blue Angels aircraft.  To AMARC as 1A0060 Jan 24, 1997.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				161986 SOC Nov 12, 2003
				161987 (VMFA-122) in inflight fire Jun 4, 1987 on Townsend ranges
					60 mi SW of Savannah, GA.  Pilot ejected safely.
161988/162012		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
				c/n 65-459/483 ??
				161990 to AMARC as 2J0084 Sep 19, 1995.
				161998 (HMH-464) collided with CH-53E 162495 and crashed into
					Gulf of Aden Feb 17, 2006
				161999 (HMH-465) rolled over in low hover and crashed Feb 7, 1985.
				162000 (HMH-465) crashed in Pacific Ocean 11 mi S of San Clemente Island Jun 1, 1984.
					Four occupants killed.
				162007 SOC Apr 19, 1999.
162013/162067		Bell TH-57C Sea Ranger
				162013 (c/n 3572) was previously N5739B
				162014 (c/n 3716)
				162015 (c/n 3723)
				162016 (c/n 3726)
				162017 (c/n 3696, HT-18) crashed at NAS Whiting Field, TX Aug 16, 2002 while attempting
					emergency landing.  SOC Dec 17, 2002
				162018 (c/n 3697)
				162019 (c/n 3698) to N128FB
				162020 (c/n 3699)
				162021 (c/n 3700)
				162022 (c/n 3701)
				162023 (c/n 3702)
				162024 (c/n 3703)
				162025 (c/n 3704)
				162026 (c/n 3705)
				162027 (c/n 3706)
				162028 (c/n 3707) on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				162029 (c/n 3708)
				162030 (c/n 3709)
				162031 (c/n 3710)
				162032 (c/n 3711) with TW-5 w/o in collision with TH-57 162037 at or
					near NAS Whiting Field, FL Sep 1, 1998.  Hulk later went to
					FAA/AANC at Kirtland AFB, NM for structural tests.
				162033 (c/n 3712)
				162034 (c/n 3713)
				162035 (c/n 3714)
				162036 (c/n 3715)
				162037 (c/n 3717) with TW-5 w/o in clllision with TH-57 162037
					at or near NAS Whiting Field, FL Sep 1, 1998.  Reports of
					a writeoff May 1997 appear to be in error.  Hulk remained
					at Whiting Field until at lest Nov 1999.
				162038 (c/n 3718) to AMARC as 4H0033 Dec 12, 1991
				162039 (c/n 3719) to AMARC as 4H0039 Feb 7, 1992
				162040 (c/n 3720)
				162041 (c/n 3721)
				162042 (c/n 3722)
				162043 (c/n 3724)
				162044 (c/n 3725)
				162045 (c/n 3675) to AMARC as 4H0043 Sep 16, 1999.  To N62645.
				162046 (c/n 3690) to AMARC as 4H0032 Dec 12, 1991.  To civil registry as N62646
				162047 (c/n 3691)
				162048 (c/n 3692)
				162049 (c/n 3693)
				162050 (c/n 3694)
				162051 (c/n 3695)
				162052 (c/n 3727)
				162053 (c/n 3728)
				162054 (c/n 3729)
				162055 (c/n 3730) to AMARC as 4H0034 Dec 12, 1991.  To N62655.  Back to 
					AMARC as 4H0047 May 8, 2000.  SOC Jul 31, 2000.
				162056 (c/n 3731)
				162057 (c/n 3732)
				162058 (c/n 3733)
				162059 (c/n 3734)
				162060 (c/n 3735)
				162061 (c/n 3736)
				162062 (c/n 3737)
				162063 (c/n 3738)
				162064 (c/n 3739)
				162065 (c/n 3740)
				162066 (c/n 3741)
				162067 (c/n 3742)
162068/162076		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-4-MC Harrier II
				c/n 512017/17-512025/25.
				162068 converted to AV-8B+-24-MC 165310.  Front fuselage is reported
					Oct 20, 2007 at Aeroventure at Doncaster, England.  Was the
					front fuselage replaced when it was rebuilt as 165310?
				162069 rebuilt as 165386.
				162070 rebuilt as 165420.
				162071 (VMA-331) crashed at Nellis AFB, NV Feb 11, 1998 following engine flameout.
				162072 (c/n 512021/021) to AMARC as 7A0046 Jun 29, 1993.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				162073 (VMA-331) crashed into Barnegat Bay, NJ Jun 5, 1987 following engine flameout.
				162074 converted to AV-8B+24-MC 165311.
				162075 (VMAT-203) crashed during landing at Bogue Field, NC Feb 18, 1997
					Class A damage.
162077/162088		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-5-MC Harrier II
				c/n 512026/26-512037/37.
				162077 rebuilt as 165418.
				162078 (VMAT-203) crashed May 4, 1990.
				162079 (VMA-231) crashed at MCAS Cherry Point, NC May 4, 1990 after
					encounter of loss of control.
				162080 rebuilt as 165417.
				162081 (VMA-231) shot down by shoulder-launched SAM over Kuwait,
					Desert Storm, Feb 9, 1991.  Pilot ejected, became POW.
				162082 converted to AV-8B+-23-MC 165308
				162083 converted to AV-8B+-24-MC 165309.
				162084 (c/n 512033/033) to AMARC Mar 31, 1993 as 7A0044.  Returned to service Jul 29, 1997
				162085 rebuilt as 165427.
				162086 rebuilt as 165357
				162087 converted to AV-8B+-24-MC 165312.
				162088 rebuilt as 165381
162089/162091		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II
				contract cancelled
162090			Lockheed Martin P-3C Orion
162091/162139		Sikorsky SH-60B Sea Hawk
				162093 SOC Nov 20, 2002
				162095 SOC Feb 11, 2002
				162096 c/n 70.388.  To SH-60R.  Stored with Sikorsky, SOC Apr 1, 2003
				162097 (VX-1) ditched in Atlantic Ocean N of Bermuda Feb 23, 1985.
				162102 to Naval Air Museum Barbers Point Jan 19, 2011 for retirement and static display, on loan from NMNA
				162103 (c/n 70-0393) to AMARC Jul 19, 2012
				162104 (c/n 70-0394)  To SH-60R.  Stored with Sikorsyy, SOC Apr 1, 2003.
				162105 SOC Sep 30, 2002
				162106 (HSL-40) spun and fell from about 60 feet at NAS Mayport, FL Mar 4, 2004.  
					Landed hard and rolled over on its side.  No crew injuries.
					SOC Aug 20, 2004 (AFM 11/2005)
				162107 to AMARC Aug 30, 2012
				162108 (HSL-48) w/o 8/8/98
				162109 SOC Apr 16, 2009.  Put on display at NAS Mayport, Florida
				162113 w/o Aug 2, 1989.
				162114 SOC Feb 10, 2012
				162117 SOC Sep 21, 2012
				162120/6 c/n 70-0411/7
				162122 SOC Aug 9, 2002
				162131/7 c/n 70-0423/9
					162132 to AMARC Oct 4, 2012
				162137 (c/n 70-0429, HSL-40, then to HSL-44) SOC Aug 14, 2009, put on display at National Museum of 
					Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL in 2009
				162139 to AMARC Nov 8, 2012
162140/162178		Grumman C-2A Greyhound
				162141 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.  Was in service as code RW-23 with VRC-30 by Oct 2003.
					With VCR-40 suffered fire in wing center section during FCF at Bahrain Apr 28, 2011
				162142 in 2006 was undergoing test program with NP2000 8-bladed propellers.
				162144 (VRC-40) drifted right on hook skip bolter, striking port wing of E-2C 165296 on Cat 2 Sep 4, 2012.  No injuries.
				162146 in SARDIP yard at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island
				162151 (c/n 31) to AMARC as 1C0007 Aug 10, 2000.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162153 may be the plane involved in accident at MCAS Cherry Point, NC Mar 12, 2003 when
					when it ran off the runway and undercarriage and wings collapsed
					and fire ensued.  It was SOC Apr 4, 2003.  Seen for scrapping at NADEP, NAS North Island Feb 2008.
				162156 SOC and airframe sent to Grumman for fatigue life testing.
				162177 reported Nov 2998 haging completed 10-month evaluation of
					Communication Navigation Surveillance/Air Traffic Management
					upgrade with VX-20
				162178 (VAW-120) suffered class A damage when bellylanded at NAS
					Norfolk, VA Aug 15, 2005 after main undercarriage light
					went on.  No injuries to 25 occupants.
162179/162222		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				162179/162212 c/n I-672/705.  162213/162222 cancelled
				162179 to AMARC as 5A0252 Mar 21, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.
				162181 crashed May 22, 1986 during delivery flight to VA-75.
				162182 at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL
				162183 converted to A-6F
				162184 converted to A-6F.  On display at Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City NY
				162185 (c/n I-678) converted to A-6F.  Now on display at USS Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York
				162186 converted to A-6F.  Mothballed without being flown
				162187 converted to A-6F.  Mothballed without being flown.
				162189 to AMARC as 5A0091 Feb 17, 1994
				162191 to AMARC as 5A0136 Oct 5, 1994
				162193 to AMARC as 5A0139 Dec 6, 1994
				162195 at San Diego Aerospace Museum annex at Gillespie Field in 1994.
				162196 (c/n I-689) with VA-75 crashed on Middle Mountain, Jefferson National Forest, Virginia Jul 23, 1993.
				162197 to AMARC as 5A0086 Dec 16, 1993
				162198 to AMARC as 5A0224 Sep 26, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				162199 to AMARC as 5A0110 Jul 14, 1994.
				162202 to AMARC as 5A0227 Nov 12, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				162204 to AMARC as 5A0191 Jun 17, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				162205 to AMARC as 5A0178 Nov 20, 1995.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				162206 on display outside the Oregon Air and Space Museum, Eugene, OR on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation.
				162207 to AMARC as 5A0228 Nov 12, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.
				162208 to AMARC as 5A0157 May 2, 1995.  SOC Mar 16, 1999.
				162209 to AMARC as 5A0172 Oct 3, 1995.  SOC Jul 25, 2000.
				162210 to AMARC as 5A0187 May 16, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				162211 in storage at NAS Norfolk, VA.  Unknown status
				162212 in storage at NAS Norfolk, VA.  Unknown statsu.
162223/162246		Grumman EA-6B-105-GR ICAP II Block 82 Prowler
				162223/162230 c/n P109/P116
				162223 w/o Apr 15, 1987, USS Ranger
				162224 (VAQ-135) crashed in northeastern Oregon Mar 3, 2006 due to
					engine failure during low-level training flight.
					All four crew ejected safely
				162225 (VAQ-142) crashed Apr 29, 1998, PSAB, Arabia.
				162226 (VAQ-136) lost at sea off USS Midway Nov 19, 1987.  4 crew missing.  No trace ever found.
				162227 to AMARC in 2014
				162229 w/o Mar 19, 1992, Lalaloch, Washington.
				162231/162246 cancelled. 
162247/162306		Beech T-34C Mentor
				162247/162306 c/n GL-245/GL-304
				162247 (VT-28) lost on VFR training flight in Arkansas Oct 28, 2009.  2 killed.
				162250 to AMARC Dec 20, 2011.  SOC Feb 23, 2012
				162252 to AMARC Jul 19, 2012.  SOC Sep 14, 2012
				162253 to AMARC Feb 14, 2012.  SOC Apr 12, 2012
				162256 to AMARC Dec 1, 2011.  SOC Jan 20, 2012
				162259 to AMARC Aug 13, 2012
				162261 (c/n GL-259) seen at Wright Patterson AFB Oct 13, 1988 in
					Navy colors but Army titles.  To AMARC Jul 19, 2012.  SOC Sep 12, 2012
				162262 (c/n GL-260) seen at Wright Patterson AFB Oct 13, 1988 in
					Navy colors but Army titles.
				162267 to AMARC Feb 8, 2012.  SOC Mar 30, 2012.
				162269 to AMARC Feb 2, 2012
				162271 to AMARC as 4T0235 Aug 24, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
				162273 to AMARC Jun 20, 2012.  SOC Jul 27, 2012
				162274 to AMARC Jan 24, 2012.  SOC Mr 16, 2012
				162276 to AMARC as 4T0236 Aug 31, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
				162279 (CTW-6) crashed at Maxwell AFB, AL Dec 2, 1996.  2 killed.
				162281 to AMARC as 4T0228 Jun 21, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
				162283 to AMARC Dec 15, 2011.  SOC Feb 9, 2012
				162285 (VT-27) spun in, crashed, and caught fire in back yard of
					a house at Flour Bluff about 3 mi S of NAS Corpus Christi, TX
					Jan 27, 2006.  Instructor and student both killed.  Aircraft
					classed as repairable.  AFM Apr 2006.  Initially reported as
					repairable, but SOC the same day.
				162286 to AMARC Oct 24, 2012
				162291 to AMARC Aug 22, 2012
				162294 to AMARC Jul 26, 2012. SOC Sep 10, 2012
				162295 to AMARC Aug 22, 2012
				162296 to AMARC Dec 15, 2011.  SOC Feb 9, 2012
				162299 to AMARC Jan 24, 2012.  SOC Mar 8, 2012
				162301 to AMARC as 4T0213 Nov 30, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				162303 to AMARC Jun 26, 2012.  SOC Aug 20, 2012
162307			Northrop F-5E Tiger II
				(c/n R.1191) ex USAF 74-1533.  SOC Jun 7, 2007.  In 2009 was at Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Glenville, NY
162308/162313		Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
				162308 (c/n 382-4972) ex USAF 82-0077
				162309 (c/n 382-4974) ex USAF 82-0078
				162310 (c/n 382-4978) ex USAF 82-0079
				162311 (c/n 382-4981) ex USAF 82-0080
				162312 (c/n 382-4984) converted to EC-130Q.  To AMARC as 
					2G0018 Feb 18, 1992.  Went to National Science Foundation as N130AR.
					Now flying at NCAR Jeffco Airport CO in weather tests.  
				162313 (c/n 382-4988) converted to EC-130Q.  To AMARC as 
					2G0016 Sep 23, 1991.  Taken from AMARC to ASI/DMI Yard, 
					Tucson as N9239G.  Noted in ARM scrapyard November 2002.
					To be supplied to Dutch AF through Derco Aerospace.  
					Arrived at Marshall Aerospace, Cambridge, England by 
					surface transport Apr 2, 2006 for rebuilding to C-130H standard before going 
					on to Holland.  Dutch AF serial is G-781.  Noted undergoing
					engine runs Feb 18, 2009 at Marshall Aerospace prior to first
					flight after conversion to C-130H.  Dutch AF serial now
					reported to be G-988, not G-781.  Made first flight Jul 2, 2009 after
					conversion at Cambridge.
162314/162325		Lockheed P-3C-220-LO Orion
				Model 285G.
				162319/162325 cancelled
162326/162389		Sikorsky SH-60B Sea Hawk
				162350/162389 cancelled
				162326/30 c/n 70-0432/6
					162326 to AMARC Oct 4, 2012
					162328 SOC Aug 29, 2012
				162331 SOC Jan 13, 2012
				162332 to AMARC Oct 18, 2012
				162333 SOC May 7, 2012
				162334 to AMARC Feb 16, 2012. SOC May 14, 2012
				162335 to AMARC Jun 21, 2012.  SOC Sep 19, 2012
				162337 (NSH-60B) assigned to permanent test duties at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland.
					SOC Oct 2, 2003.  On display at NAX Patuxent River Flight Test Museum.
				162339 SOC Jan 20, 2012
				162340 SOC Feb 9, 2012
				162343 (HSL-43) crashed into sea off Oregon Sep 30, 1990.
				162344 SOC Apr 15, 2009
				162345 to AMARC Apr 25, 2013
				162348 to Pacific Aviation Museum in 2010.
				162349 to NAVWSS Philadelphia in 2012.  SOC Mar 17, 2012
162390/162393		McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain II
				Ex-airline DC-9-31s acquired by Navy
				162390 c/n 47003/86 ex N3281G, ex VH-CZA
				162391 c/n 47004/81 ex N3281E, ex VH-CZB.  Now registered as N947AX with DHL/Airborne Express.
				162392 c/n 47065/269 ex N3281R, ex VH-CZC
				162393 c/n 47325/515 ex N3281N, ex VH-CZF
162394/162401		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-14-MC Hornet (Lot 7)
				162394 SOC Sep 29, 2003
				162395 (VX-4) departed runway at NAS Miramar during landing roll
					and overturned Dec 3, 1985.  Pilot killed.
				162399 (VX-4)in midair collision with 163704 May 8, 1989 during 
					BFM.  Two aircraft crashed 40 mi apart, one near Independence,
					CA, the other near Olancha, CA N of China Lake Naval Weapons
					Center.  Pilot ejected safely.
				162401 (c/n 229/A182) to AMARC as 1A0073 Apr 28, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
162402			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-14-MC Hornet (Lot 7)
162403/162407		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-14-MC Hornet (Lot 7)
				162403 on display at Palm Springs Air Museum
				162404 (VMFA-314) struck ramp at night and slid off deck of
					USS Coral Sea Jul 17, 1985.  Pilot ejected.
				162405 (VMFA-323) crashed during El Toro airshow Apr 24, 1988.  Square loop was
					performed too low and the aircraft smacked into the ground.  The pilot
					survived the crash.
				162406 (c/n 236/A187) to AMARC as 1A0066 Jul 23, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162407 (c/n 238/A189) to AMARC as 1A0072 Mar 24, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
162408			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-14-MC Hornet (Lot 7)
162409/162412		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-14-MC Hornet (Lot 7)
				162410 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.  To be put on museum display at the base.
				162411 with Blue Angels as #5 Oct 2009
				162412 (c/n 244/A194) to AMARC as 1A0038 Mar 27, 1996.  SOC Sep 16, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
162413			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-14-MC Hornet (Lot 7)
				162413 (VFA-125) landed short of runway at NAS Lemoore Sep 8, 1987. Both crew ejected.
162414			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-14-MC Hornet (Lot 7)
162415/162418		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-15-MC Hornet (Lot 7)
				162415 to Spain as C.15-74 in 1995
				162416 to Spain as C.15-75 in 1995
				162417 SOC Sep 27, 2007.  in 2008 was at USS Alabama Museum
				162418 SOC Sep 9, 2003
162419			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-15-MC Hornet (Lot 7)
162420/162426		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-15-MC Hornet (Lot 7)
				162420 (c/n 257/A205) to AMARC as 1A0047 Apr 26, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162421 (c/n 258/A206) to AMARC as 1A0025 Dec 21, 1995.  To Spanish AF as C.15-89
				162422 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
				162424 (c/n 262/A209) to AMARC as 1A0037 Mar 11, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162425 (c/n 264/A211) to AMARC as 1A0028 Jan 19, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162426 to Spain as C.15-76 in 1995
162427			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-15-MC Hornet (Lot 7)
162428/162444		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-15-MC Hornet (Lot 7)
				162431 seen at NAS China Lake in 2008.
				162432 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
				162433 (c/n 276/A222) to AMARC as 1A0034 Feb 28, 1996. Returned to service
				162434 (VMFA-112) missing on training flight from MCAS
					Miramar, CA Apr 21, 2004.  Wreckage found next day 20 mi
					NW of Yuma.  Pilot killed.  (AFM 11/2005)
				162435 SOC Jun 27, 2007.  Now on display at Patriots Point.
				162436 SOC Nov 14, 2003.  In 2012 was installed at Wings of Freedom air museum located at the now 
					closed NAS Willow Grove, PA, on loan from NMNA at Pensacola, Florida.  Was slated to go to 
					JB McGuire at NAS Lakehurst, but may not go.  Will indedd go to JB Lakehurst, but in Aug 2012 was still
					at Willow Grove temporarily.
				162437 with Blue Angels as No. 5, seen as such Oct 2006.  Was Blue Angels #2 in 2014 season.
				162438 (VMFA-31) 
				162439 (VMFA-323)
				162440 on display at NAS Fort Worth, in VFA-201 marks
				162441 (VMFA-142) crashed Jun 22, 1993 after dual engine fire during
					air combatmaneuvering and crashed on King of Arizona Game
					Refuge, Yuma, AZ.  Pilot ejected but subsequently killed.
				162444 (c/n 291/A236) to AMARC as 1A0048 Apr 26, 1996.  To Spain as C.15-96 
162445/162477		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-16-MC Hornet (Lot 7)
				162445 (c/n 293/A238) to NF/A-18A.  To AMARC as 1A0083 Mar 24, 2005. 
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162446 to Spain as C.15-77 in 1995
				162447 (VMFA-314) failed to return to USS Coral Sea off coast
					of France in Mediterranean Sea Jan 8, 1986
				162448 was on display at NAS Oceana, VA, now at NAF El Centro
				162449 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
				162450 w/o Dec 8, 1987
				162451 w/o Oct 23, 2001.  However, was seen at MCAS Mirmar in 2010.  
				162452 (VFA-131) in first Hornet combat in Operation Prairie Fire
					Mar 14/15, 1986 and Operation El Dorado Canyon Apr 15, 1986.
				162453 (VFA-132 in 1987-88) 
				162454 (VFC-12) collided with 162475 Apr 23, 1996.  162454 cosmetically restored an put on display
					by Mar 1998 at NAS Oceana.
				162456 to Spain as C.15-82 in 1996.
				162457 (c/n 309/A254) to AMARC as 1A0077 Sep 3, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162458 (c/n 310/A255) to AMARC as 1A0035 Feb 29, 1996.  Returned to service.  Seen in 2009 on display at
					NWC Dahlgren, VA
				162460 (c/n 313/A258) to AMARC as 1A0027 Jan 16, 1996.  SOC Sep 16, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162461 (c/n 314/A259) to Spanish AF as C.15-83
				162462 on display at Cecil Field Airport, Jacksonville, FL.
				162463 (c/n 317/A262) to AMARC as 1A0075 Aug 23, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162464 SOC Jan 6, 2005.  Seen in hangar bay of USS Roosevelt (CVN-71)
					stripped of major components and used as a training aid for the
					deck crew.
				162465 to Spain as C.15-84 in 1996.
				162468 (c/n 324/A268) to AMARC as 1A0076) Sep 1, 2004.  SOC Feb 8, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				162470 SOC Jun 22, 2009
				162471 to Spain as C.15-78 in 1995
				162473 in 2010 at Texas Air Museum Capock Chapter
				162474 (c/n 332/A276) to AMARC as 1A0036 Feb 29, 1996.  To Spain as C.15-90
				162475 (VFC-12) collided with 162454 Apr 23, 1996.  162475 continued to remain at NAS
					Oceana.
				162476 (VMFA-531) inflight fire and crashed into Pacific near San
					Clemente Island, CA Nov 16, 1987.  Pilot ejected safely.
				162477 (VMFA-323) inflight fire and crashed just over the Mexican
					border S of Yuma, AZ Oct 9, 1987.  Pilot ejected safely.
162478/162496		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
				c/n 65-484/502 ??
				162484 (VMM-262) landed hard and caught fire in South Korea Apr 16, 2013.  Crew survived.
				162486 (HMH-465) may be the helicopter that crashed in and burned out
					near An Najaf, Iraq Apr 30, 2003.  Crew escaped safely
				162492 (HMH-461) damaged on ground in Djibouti Jun 22, 2003 by misplaced bomb
					from B-52.  SOC Jan 29, 2004.  AFM 1/2006
				162495 (HMH-464) collided with CH-53E 161998 and crashed into Gulf
					of Aden Feb 17, 2006.
				162498 (MH-53E, HM-14) ditched in Atlantic Ocean 28 mi from NAS Oceana, VA
					Jan 25, 2005 during minehunting training exercise from USS Dwight D.
					Eisenhower.  All 8 crew rescued.
				162505 SOC Apr 8, 2005
				162506 to AMARC as 2J0109 Mar 16, 2000.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				162511 to AMARC as 2J0081 Jun 27, 1995.  Returned to service, back to AMARC
					as 2J0129 Sep 10, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				162514 (MH-53E, HM-15) crashed during heavy lift at Musanah AB, Oman Jul 19, 2012.  2 killed.  SOC Jul 25, 2012
				162516 to AMARC as 2J0112 Apr 15, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				162519 (HMH-461) damaged on ground in Djibouti Jun 22, 2003 by misplaced bomb
					from B-52.  SOC Jan 29, 2004.  AFM 1/2006
162497/162498		Sikorsky MH-53E Sea Dragon
				c/n 65-503/504 ??
162499/162502		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
				c/n 65-505/508 ??
162503/162516		Sikorsky MH-53E Sea Dragon
				c/n 65-509/522 ??
				162503 (c/n 65-515)
				162505 (HC-4) and 163053 both noted in damaged state at Sigonella Apr 2005.
					Two incidents involving damage are known (Aug 10, 2004
					and Feb 16, 2005, but not which aircraft featured in which incident. 162505
					was w/o Jul 11, 1994 according to John Andrade
				162506 to AMARC as 2J0109 Mar 16, 2000.
				162509 (HC-4) This was probably the helo damaged in a hard landing at NAF Sigonella 
					Jun 27, 2002.  SOC Oct 9, 2002 
				162511 to AMARC as 2J0081 Jun 27, 1995.  To Wiggins Group yard, back to AMARC
					as 2J0129 Sep 10, 2004
				162512 w/o Jul 18, 1988.
				162514 (HM-15) crashed during heavy lift at Musanah AB, Oman Jul 19, 2012.  2 killed.
				162516 to AMARC as 2J0113 Apr 15, 2004.
162517/165526		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
				c/n 65-523/532 ??
162527/162531		Sikorsky MH-53E Sea Dragon
				contract cancelled.
162532/162553		Bell AH-1W Lot I Super Cobra
				c/n 26201/26222.  For US Marine Corps
				162532 (c/n 26201) converted to AH-1Z and reserialed 166479
				162535 (c/n 26204) (HMLA-367) crashed 25 mi E of MCAS Yuma, AZ Jan 23, 2004.  Both crew
					slightly injured.
				162536 (c/n 26205) converted to c/n 29167
				162537 (c/n 26206) SOC Oct 3, 2l007
				162540 (c/n 26209) (HMLA-169) crashed at MCAS Yuma, AZ 6/20/1989.  Both crew escaped.
				162542 (c/n 26211) converted to c/n 29130. SOC Nov 17, 2005
				162543 (c/n 26212) converted to c/n 29170.  (HMM-264(r)/HMLA-167) crashed in uninhabited area near
					King Faisal AB, Jordan May 25, 2007 following damage by bomb dropped by AV-8B 164153.
				162545 (c/n 26124) converted to c/n 29131.  (HMLA-167) crashed during training 10 mi NW of MCAS Cherry 
					Point, NC Jun 27, 2002.  Both crew severely injured.  SOC Jun 29, 2002.
				162546 (c/n 26215) converted to c/n 29149.
				162548 (c/n 26127) converted to c/n 29161
				162549 (c/n 26218) to AH-1Z, c/n 29134/Z1/ r/o 11/20/2000. f/f 12/7/2000.  Reserialed 166477
				162550 (c/n 26219) converted to c/n 29155
				162551 SOC Apr 2009
				162552 (c/n 26221) converted to c/n 29144
162554/162575		Bell AH-1W Lot II Super Cobra
				c/n 26223/26244.  For US Marine Corps
				162554 (c/n 26223) converted to c/n 29133.
				162556 (c/n 26255) was instructional airframe at China Lake Weapons Survivability Laborator in Oct 2008.
				162559 (c/n 26228) converted to AH-1Z, c/n 26228/Z2.  SOC Aug 9, 2006
				162560 (c/n 26229) converted to c/n 29151.
				162561 (c/n 26230) converted to c/n 29139.
				162562 (c/n 26231) (HMT-303) rolled over at MCAS Yuma, AZ Jan 19, 2008 when
					struck ground during simulated fixed-pitch landing. Both
					crew injured.  Damaged classed as repairable.
				162563 SOC Jun 17, 2009
				162565 (c/n 26234) converted to c/n 29147
				162567 (c/n 26236) to VMM-263.
				162568 (c/n 26237) converted to AH-1Z
				162571 (c/n 26240) converted to c/n 29142.
				162573 (c/n 26242) converted to c/n 29164.
				165274 (c/n 26243) w/o Jun 19, 1991.
				162575 SOC Dec 7, 2009 
162576/162587		Kaman SH-2F Seasprite 
				c/n 227/238
				162576 (SH-2G) preserved at JRB Willow Grove, PA.
				162577 to Egypt as 3053
				162578 to AMARC as 8H0082 Nov 20, 2000.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				162579 w/o 9/16/1987.
				162580 (SH-2G, c/n 231) to AMARC as 8H0091 by July 2001.  SOC Jul 3, 2002.  To Egypt as ????
				162581 to AMARC as 8H0074.  To Egypt as 3054
				162582 to AMARC as 8H0052 Oct 5, 1993.  To Egypt as 3058
				162583 on display at Alabama Space Museum, Huntsville, AL.
				162584 to AMARC as 8H0049 Sep 23, 1993
				162585 to AMARC as 8H0073.  To Royal New Zealand AF Dec 1967 as NZ3442.  Retired from service in 2001 and now on display 
					at RNZAF Museum, Wigram.
				162586 (HSL-34) crashed at Maryport, FL 3/14/1989.
				162587 to AMARC as 8H0070.  to Egypt as 3057
162588/162611		Grumman F-14A-135-GR Tomcat
				162588 SOC 9/22/1997.
				162590 SOC 1/25/1993.
				162591 retired by Navy and delivered Jan 25, 2001 to Rhode Island Aviation Heritage
					Association Air Museum, North Kingstown, RI.
				162592 SOC Oct 17, 2003.  Put on display painted as 160403 at Ronald Reagan Library, Simi Valley, CA 
				162593 SOC 8/17/1987.
				162594 (VF-101, c/n 516) crashed near Key West, FL Oct 3, 2002.  Both crewmembers ejected safely.
					Cause of crash was compresslr stall in one engine.  Starboard fun and rudder
					discovered washed up in beach in West Cork, Ireland May 5, 2006.
				162595 modified as F-14D testbed.  On exhibit at NAWC AD, NAS Patuxent River, MD.
				162596 SOC 9/22/1988.
				162597 SOC Feb 18, 1999.
				162598 (VF-211) suffered unspecified damage during AAR sortie over Texas September 
					1997. Crew were able to recover aircraft safely to NAS Fort Worth JRB, but 
					aircraft not repaired and subsequently used for BDRT at that base.
				162599 (VF-213) crashed Jan 29, 1996 in suburban area near Nashville, TN
					when pilot failed to recover from a steep dive following vertigo.
					Both crewmembers plus three on ground were killed.
				162600 SOC Mar 8, 2002
				162601 (c/n 523) to AMARC as 1K0127 Jan 23, 2002.
				162602 (VF-51) crashed July 11, 1994 during night landing aboard
					USS Kitty Hawk.  Struck ramp and esploded, the fireball
					rolling down the flight deck as  the plane broke apart.  The
					crew ejected, the RIO landed on the forward part of the ship
					and was only slightly injured.  Pilot descended into buring
					fuel and was successfully rescued.
				162603 (VF-1) crewed by Lt. Stuart Broce and Cmdr Ron 
					McElraft shot down Iraqi Mi-8 helicopter by
					AIM-9 Feb 6, 1991, Desert Storm.  This plane
					crashed Jun 23, 2000 (VF-211) during catapult
					takeoff from USSS John C. Stennis 1400 mi SW of
					Hawaii.  Both crewmembers ejected safely.
				162604 (c/n 526)  to AMARC as 1K0132 Feb 7, 2002, returned to service
					Jan 21, 2003 with VF-101  Back to AMARC as 1K0140 Oct 20, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162605 SOC 8/17/1987.
				162606 SOC Aug 1, 2002
				162607 (c/n 529) SOC Mar 17, 1999.  Front fuselage noted in compound behind
					restoration hangar at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA
				162608 SOC Oct 17, 2003. Preserved at Simi Valley, CA
				162609 SOC 7/17/1988.
				162610 (c/n 532) to AMARC as 1K0163 Sep 13, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162611 (c/n 533) to AMARC as 1K0128 Jan 23, 2002
162612/162613		McDonnell Douglas YT-45A Goshawk
				cancelled contract
162614/162619		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				162614 WFU
				162615 to AMARC as 2E0046 Mar 10, 2005.  SOC Jun 28, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162616 to AMARC as 2E0038 Nov 7, 2000.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162617 (VAW-126) crashed Jul 31, 1992
				162618 (A-101) in SARDIP at Northrop Grumman facility St
					Augustine, FL
				162619 WFU
162620/162649		Beech T-34C Mentor
				162620/162626 c/n GL-305/GL-311
					162623 to AMARC Sep 18, 2013
				162626 (TAW-5/VT-6) crashed into cliff on south rim of Chandler Mountain,
					AL Mar 14, 2008 during routine training flight.  Both crew killed.
				162628 to AMARC Jan 24, 2012.  SOC Mar 16, 2012
				162630 to AMARC Dec 2, 2011.  SOC Jan 24, 2012
				162632 to AMARC Dec 2, 2011.  SOC Jan 23, 2012
				162633 to AMARC Apr 12, 2012.  SOC May 21, 2012
				162638 to AMARC Jan 19, 2012.  SOC Mar 6, 2012
				162639 to AMARC Feb 8, 2012.  SOC Apr 12, 2012
				162640 to AMARC Aug 22, 2012
				162642 to AMARC Feb 1, 2012
				162645 to AMARC Mar 9, 2012.  SOC May 11, 2012
				162647 to AMARC Apr 19, 2012.  SOC Jun 2, 2012
162650/162655		Kaman SH-2F Seasprite
				c/n 239/244
162656/162665		Lockheed P-3C-225-LO Orion
				Model 285D for AFC TD Change Australia as A9-656/A9-665.
162666/162686		Bell TH-57C Sea Ranger
				162666 (c/n 3747)
				162667 (c/n 3748) to AMARC as 4H0037 Feb 7, 1992.  Returned to service.
					Back to AMARC as 4H0045 Sep 17, 1999
				162668 (c/n 3751)
				162669 (c/n 3752)
				162670 (c/n 3753)
				162671 (c/n 3754)
				162672 (c/n 3758)
				162673 (c/n 3759) to AMARC as 4H0035 Dec 12, 1991.  To N75457.
				162674 (c/n 3760) to AMARC as 4H0036 Dec 12, 1991.
				162675 (c/n 3761)
				162676 (c/n 3762)
				162677 (c/n 3766)
				162678 (c/n 3767)
				162679 (c/n 3768)
				162680 (c/n 3769)
				162681 (c/n 3773)
				162682 (c/n 3774)
				162683 (c/n 3775)
				162684 (c/n 3779)
				162685 (c/n 3780) to AMARC as 4H0044 Sep 16, 1999.  To N62685
				162686 (c/n 3781) to AMARC as 4H0046 Jan 19, 2000.  To N62686
162687			Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
				contract cancelled 
162688/162717		Grumman F-14A-140-GR Tomcat
				162712/162717 were cancelled
				162688 SOC Sep 8, 2003 and scrapped at Fallon
				162689 (c/n 535) at USS Hornet Museum, San Francisco Bay, CA.   Was preserved at San Francisco IAP, CA
					before going to USS Hornet.
				162690 (VF-32) SOC 10/6/1989.
				162691 (KM-3, c/n 537) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0193 Sep 21, 2005.
					SOC Jan 17, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162692 (KM-5, c/n 538) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0171 Jan 19, 2005.
					SOC Jan 17, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162693 (KM-15) converted to F-14B.
				162694 (KM-14) converted to F-14B.  SOC Oct 4, 2005. Now at MAPS Air 
					Museum, Akron-Canton, OH.
				162695 (KM-13, c/n 541) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0171 Jan 19, 2005.
					SOC Jul 27, 2005
				162697 (c/n 543) SOC Oct 6, 2003 and scrapped at NAS Oceana, VA Oct 2003
				162698 (c/n 544) to AMARC as 1K0124 Dec 27, 2001.
				162699 (KM-9, c/n 545) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0151 Jun 23, 2004.
					SOC Apr 20, 2005
				162700 (KM-7, c/n 546) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0183 Apr 11, 2005.
					SOC Jul 27, 2005
				162701 (KM-11, c/n 547) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0176 Mar 17, 2005.
					SOC Jul 27, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162702 (VF-41) crashed June 5, 1990.  
				162703 (KM-12, c/n 549) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0192 Aug 3, 2005.
					SOC Jan 17, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162704 SOC Apr 15, 1999.
				162705 (KM-10, c/n 551) converted to F-14B.  To AMARC as 1K0168 Jan 5, 2005.
					SOC Jul 27, 2005
				162706 (VF-104) crashed off Key West, FL 4/18/1989.  Crewmembers
					ejected safely.
				162707 crashed 1/28/1993.
				162708 (VF-201) entered spin while maneuvering against A-4M
					adversary and crashed 12/23/1993.  RIO did not eject and
					was killed.
				162709 SOC 9/15/1997
				162710 SOC ??.  Now at National Museum of Naval Aviation
				162711 SOC 9/15/1997.
162718/162720		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion 
162721/162734		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-6-MC Harrier II
				c/n 512038/38-512040/40, 512044/41-512054/51
				162721 SOC Aug 30, 1999.
				162722 (c/n 512039/039) to AMARC as 7A0049 Aug 30, 1993.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				162723 rebuilt as 165422.
				162724 (VMA-231) crashed on Yuma Range Jan 17, 1986 following birdstrike.
				162725 w/o Oct 1995 in mid-air collision.  I have it being rebuilt as
					165387.  Can anyone confirm?
				162726 SOC Nov 30, 1999.  Rebuilt as 165574.
				162727 (VMA-223) crashed at Villagarca de la Torre, Spain Nov 11, 1991.
				162729 rebuilt as 165380
				162728 converted to AV-8B+-23-MC 165305.
				162730 sold to RAF and is now at RAF At Athan, Wales.  I also have it being
					rebuilt as 165588. Fuselage noted Jan 2004 in use for battle damage repair
					training at Defence Aviation Repair Agency, RAF St Athan.
				162731 rebuilt as 165421.
				162732 (c/n 512052/049) to AMARC as 7A0048 Aug 20, 1993.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				162733 SOC Feb 28, 2000. Rebuilt as 165577.
				162734 (VMAT-203) crashed Feb 10, 1990.
162735/162746		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-7-MC Harrier II
				c/n 512055/52-512066/63.
				162735 (VMA-331) crashed June 19, 1990, Cherry Point, NC by
					aborted takeoff after suffering an engine fire.
				162736 (VMAT-203) crashed off SC coast Sept 18, 1995 following collision with
					TAV-8B 164138.  The TAV-8B made a safe emergency landing.
				162737 SOC Feb 6, 2003.  Was it rebuilt as AV-8B+?. To BAE Systems,
					Warton
				162738 rebuilt as 165589.
				162739 SOC Feb 6, 2003.  Was it rebuilt as AV-B+?
				162740 (VMA-331) shot down by SA-7 near Safwan, Iraq, Desert Storm, Feb 27, 1991.
					Pilot KIA.
				162741 rebuilt as 165390.
				162742 rebuilt as 165591.
				162743 (VMAT-231) crashed into Red Sea Mar 20, 1991.
				162744 rebuilt as 165389
				162745 (VMA-542) crashed Nov 4, 1986 after collision with F/A-18A 161981.
				162746 (VMAT-203) crashed at Cherry Point Jan 12, 1987.
162747			McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B-7-MC Harrier II
				c/n 212201/T1.  To Spain as VAE.1A-33/01-922
162748/162752		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II
				Contract cancelled.
162753/162754		Douglas C-9B Skytrain II 
				Ex-airline DC-9-33RC acquired for airlift
				162753 (c/n 47410) named "City of Glenview" with VR-51 in Feb 1993.  SOC Oct 28, 2003.  Registered to National 
					Nuclear Security Administration Oct 6, 2005 as N45NA
				162754 (c/n 47476) noted at NASA Johnson Space Center, Ellington Field, TX Apr 29, 2004.
					Apparently now used by NASA rather than USN, registered to NASA Jun 16, 2004 as
					N932NA and used for zero-G training.
162755			Beech U-8F
				Contract cancelled and serial used on Cessna T-47A
162755/162769		Cessna T-47A 
				Modified version of commercial Citation S/II
				162755/162765 cdestroyed in hangar fire at Topeka, KS Jul 20, 1993
					162755 c/n 552-0001 on civil registry as N552CC
					162756 c/n 552-0002 on civil registry as N12756
					162575 c/n 552-0003 on civil registry as N12557
					162758 c/n 552-0004 on civil registry as N12058
					162759 c/n 552-0005 on civil registry as N12859
					162760 c/n 552-0006 on civil registry as N12660
					162761 c/n 552-0007 on civil registry as N12761
					162762 c/n 552-0008 on civil registry as N12762
					162763 c/n 552-0009 on civil registry as N12763
					162764 c/n 552-0010 on civil registry as N12564
					162765 c/n 552-0011 on civil registry as N12065
				162766 (c/n 552-0012) on civil registry as N12566
				162767 (c/n 552-0013) destroyed in hangar fire at Topeka, KS Jul 20, 1993.  Was on civil registry as
					N12967.
				162768 (c/n 552-0014) on civil registry as N12568
				162769 (c/n 552-0015) destroyed in hangar fire at Topeka, KS Jul 20, 1993
162770/162781		Lockheed P-3C-225-LO Orion
				162770 (c/n 285G-5796)
				162778 (c/n 285G-5804)
				162779/162781 cancelled
162782/162784		Boeing E-6A Hermes
				c/n 23430, 23889, 23890.  Renamed Mercury 
162785/162786		Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
				Were ex-USAF planes transferred to US Navy.
				162785 (c/n 382-5009) ex-USAF 83-0503
				162786 (c/n 382-5011) ex-USAF 83-0504
162787/162790		McDonnell Douglas T-45A Goshawk
				162789, 162790 cancelled
				162787 crashed at Edwards AFB, CA Jun 4, 1992.
162791/162792		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				for Egypt.
				162791 w/o following accident at Cairo West Nov 20, 1990
				162792 returned to USA for conversion to Hawkeye 2000 standard.
					Re-delivered to Egyptian AF May 2005.
162793/162796		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				for Singapore, RSAF serials 011/012/014/015
				162794 was c/n A103, 162795 was A109, 162796 was c/n A112
162797/162802		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				162797 to AMARC as 2E0036 Aug 17, 2000.  SOC May 31, 2002.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162798 SOC Jan 28, 2005.  Seen for scrapping at NADEP, NAS NOrth Island Feb 2008.
				162799 SOC Feb 10, 1999.
				162800 to AMARC as 2E0037 Sept 12, 2000.  SOC May 31, 2002.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162801 to AMARC as 2E0039 Nov 9, 2000.  SOC Mar 13, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162802 to AMARC as 2E0043 Oct 18, 2004.  SOC Feb 28, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
162803/162810		Bell TH-57B Sea Ranger
				c/n 3828/3835
				162807 craqshed at NAS Whiting Field, FL May 9, 2005.  AFM 9/2005.  SOC Aug 10, 2005
162811/162823		Bell TH-57C Sea Ranger
				c/n 3836/3848
				162818 (c/n 3843) to AMARC as 4H0042 Sep 16, 1999.  Tt N62618
				162820 to AMARC as 4H0038 Feb 7, 1992.
162824/162825		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				162824 went to Egyptian AF.  Returned to USA via RAF Mildenhall
					Mar 2006 for conversion to Hawkeye 2000 standard.  Redelivered
					to Egyptian AF Jun 2007.
				162825 to Egyptian AF.  Returned to USA for upgrade to Hawkeye 2000 export
					standard and transited through RAF Leuchars in Scotland Aug 2004 on
					return to Egypt.
162826/162835		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-17-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
				162826 Blue Angels #3 Oct 2009.  SOC Dec 4, 2009.  In 2010 was at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  It is a
					likely candidate for loan to another museum.  In 2011 was still at National Museum of Naval Aviation in storage.
					In 2013 was moved to its new loan out home at Veteran's Memorial Air Park Museum, Meacham Field Airport,
					Fort Worth, Texas
				162827 (VFA-97) crashed Nov 18, 1994 during unsuccessful carrier
					landing attempt aboard USS Constellation (CV-64).  Pilot
					ejected safely.
				162828 SOC Dec 20, 2002, scrapped Sep 2008
				162830 (c/n 346/A289) to AMARC as 1A0070 Jan 21, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162832 SOC Jul 6, 2006
				162833 (VFA-97) crashed into Pacific shortly after night launch from
					USS Kitty Hawk Nov 22, 1992.  Pilot ejected.
				162835 (c/n 354/A296) to AMARC as 1A0080 Dec 14, 2004.  SOC Jul 27, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
162836			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-17-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
162837/162841		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-17-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
				162838 SOC Apr 27, 2005.  On display at Gate 2 of Arnold AFB,
					Tullahoma, TN in 2007
				162839 (VFA-203) crashed Mar 29, 2004 south of Spring City, TN
					after clipping power lines.  Pilot ejected safely.
				162841 (VFA-87) collided with F/A-18 162846 after leaving USS Theodore
					Roosevelt for mission over Afghanistan Feb 2, 2009.  Returned safely
					to carrier with Category A damage.
162842			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-17-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
162843/162849		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-17-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
				162844 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
				162845 (VFA-132) became uncontrollableleaving Glenview, IL on
					cross-country flight.  After attempting to divert to
					Grissom AFB, crashed near McCoysburg, IN Mar 15, 1992.
					Pilot ejected.
				162846 (VFA-87) collided with F/A-18 162841 after leaving USS Theodore
					Roosevelt for mission over Afghanistan Feb 2, 2009.  Returned safely
					to carrier with Category A damage
				162847 (VFA-136) in midair collision with 162855 during air
					combat over Atlantic Ocean off FL Apr 14, 1987.  Both pilots
					ejected safely.
162850			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-17-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
162851/162852		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-17-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
				162851 (c/n 125) SOC Jun 12, 2000, but seen at NAD North Island Apr 2001.
				162852 (VFA-137) became uncontrollable after launch from
					USS Forrestal (CV-59) Oct 6, 1991 and crashed into
					Mediterranean between Cyprus and Turkey Oct 6, 1994.
					Pilot ejected.
162853/162856		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-18-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
				162855 (VFA-136) in midair collision with 162847 during air
					combat maneuvering over Atlantic Ocean off Florida Apr 14, 1987.
					Both pilots ejected safely.
162857			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-18-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
162858/162863		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-18-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
				162858 (VFA-136) crashed into water after inflight fire Mar 31, 1990
					and crashed into western Mediterranean.  Pilot ejected safely.
				162860 (c/n 393/A328) to AMARC as 1A0078 Sep 16, 2004.  SOC Apr 2, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162862 (VFA-204) class A damage from fire after Dual Bleed Air Warning Lights inflight Aug 7, 2009.
162864			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-18-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
162865/162869		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-18-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
				162867 (c/n 0406/A338)
				162868 (VFA-203) cartwheeled off runway and caught fire after nose undercarriage 
					collapsed on landing at Savannai IAP, GA Jan 16, 2002.  Pilot ejected safely.
					Not repaired following accident at Savannah IAP; struck off charge 
					Feb 14, 2002.
162870			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-18-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
				162870 (VMFA-134) collided with 163097 Jul 21, 2004 and crashed
					near Arlington, OR.  Both crew killed.  (AFM 11/2005)
162871/162875		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-18-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
				162871 SOC Feb 5, 2002
162876			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-18-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
162877/162881		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-18-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
				162878 (VFA-204) departed runway on landing at NAS Fallon, Nevada Sep 13, 2011.  Pilot ejected.
				162879 (c/n 424/A350) to AMARC as 1A0079 Nov 4, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162880 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.  Suffered fire in
					engine bay Jul 18, 1998.  SOC Sep 8, 2003
				162881 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.  SOC Jan 24, 2003
162882/162884		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-18-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
				162883 crashed Dec 18, 2002 due to fuel starvation
162885			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-19-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
162886/162909		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-19-MC Hornet (Lot 8)
				162886 (c/n 435/A358) named "Gandy" with VFA-25 in Jun 1989.
				162887 crashed near Edwards Creek Valley, NV Mar 15, 2002.
				162889 scrapped Sep 2008
				162891 crashed 10 mi NW of Gabbs, Smith Creek Valley, SE of NAS
					Fallon, NV Jun 6, 2002.  Pilot ejected safely.
				162892 aboard USS Eisenhower as fire and rescue training aircraft.
				162894 (c/n 448/A367) to AMARC as 1A0082 Feb 28, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162896 (c/n 450/A369) to AMARC as 1A0071 Feb 12, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162897 with Blue Angels as #6.  Crashed Beaufort, SC Apr 21, 2007
					during airshow.  Pilot killed.  AFM 6/2007.  Report on
					crash says that pilot failed to perform proper anti-G straining
					maneuver, resulting in possible physiological effects
					contributing to loss of situational awareness.
				162898 (VA-87) crashed into Atlantic Ocean 70 mi from NC/VA state
					line Oct 11, 2007.  Pilot ejected safely and was rescued.
					(AFM 1/2008)
				162901 put on display at USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA Jul 19, 2005.
				162904 (VFA-201) suffered severe bleed air leak during fuel burn at Fort Worth NAS JRB,
					TX May 5, 2005.  Ensuing fire severely damaged keel of aircraft, may be written off.  AFM 10/2006
				162906 to go to NATTC Pensacola as a training aid.  SOC Jul 21, 2006
				162907 SOC Aug 16, 1999.
				162908 w/o June 22, 1989 after takeoff
				from USS Midmay.
162910/162927		Grumman F-14B-145-GR Tomcat
				162910 at NAS Key West, FL
				162911 (c/n 559) to Estrella Warbirds Museum, Pasa Robles, CA Dec 11, 2004
					on loan from NMNA.
				162912 SOC Apr 20, 2005.  To Heritage Museum at Grissom AFB, Peru, IN.
				162913 (VF-103) collided with F-14 161427 over Mediterranean Jul 30, 1998.
					Recovered safely on USS Dwight D. Eisenhower but was subsequently w/o.
					161427 crashed.
				162914 (VF-103) collided with F/A-18 2/12/1994 over Mediterranean.
					Engines flamed out during emergency landing attempt at
					Brindisi, Italy and both crewmembers ejected safely.
				162915 SOC Sep 29, 2005
				162916 SOC Sep 290, 2005.  Was on display at US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD, but
					seen at East Berlin, PA VFW post in 2006.
				162917 (VF-102) crashed May 21, 1998 after takeoff from MCAS
					Cherry Point, NC.  Both crewmembers ejected safely.
				162918 (c/n 566) to AMARC as 1K0167 Jan 5, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005.  In 2013 was at VFW post at East Berlin, Pennsylvania.
				162919 (c/n 567) to AMARC as 1K0185 Apr 13, 2005.  SOC Oct 18, 2005
				162920 (c/n 568) SOC Oct 7, 2005
				162921 (c/n 569) to AMARC as 1K0166 Dec 22, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005
				162922 (c/n 570) to AMARC as 1K0180 Oct 22, 2004.  SOC  Apr 20, 2005
				162923 (VF-143) crashed during attempted launch in Mediterranean S of Crete 
					from USS John F. Kennedy Mar 2, 2002 after nose gear disintegrated.  Both 
					crew ejected, but pilot was out of envelope and was killed.
				162925 (c/n 573) to AMARC as 1K0180 Apr 5, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005
				162926 (c/n 574) SOC Mar 16, 2005.  To Bradley Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT Mar 2005.  Noted
					May 2006 on display at Connecticut Historical Aviation Collection (New
					England Air Museum), Windsor Locks, CT
				162927 (c/n 575) SOC Jan 20, 2005
162928/162933		Grumman F-14B Tomcat
				contract cancelled
162934/162941		Grumman EA-6B-100-GR ICAP II Block 82 Prowler
				162934/169939 c/n P117/P122
				162937 crashed on takeoff at MCAS Cherry Point, NC Jun 17, 1993.
				162938 SOC Oct 3, 2011.  To Bethpage for static display Oct 20, 2011
				162939 to AMARC Mar 22, 2011.
				162940 and 162941 cancelled
162942/162962		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-8-MC Harrier II
				c/n 512067/54-512070/67, 512074/68-512090/84.
				162942 (VMA-542) crashed into sea 23 mi NE of le Shima Island Jan 26, 1990.
				162943 SOC May 28, 1999.  Rebuilt as 165568.
				162944 rebuilt as 165388.
				162945 (VMAT-203) crashed into Atlantic off NC coast Oct 10, 1995.
				162946 rebuilt as 165385.
				162948 (c/n 512076/070) to AMARC as 7A0045 Jun 29, 1993.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
				162949 rebuilt as 165356
				162950 rebuilt as 165425.
				162951 rebuilt as 165419
				162952 (VMA-331) crashed into Mediterranean off Turkey Oct 8, 1988.
				162953 SOC Aug 2, 1999. Rebuilt as 165570
				162954 (VMA-331) flew into sea on night approach to USS Nassau during Desert Storm
					Jan 22, 1991.
				162955 (VMA-231) crashed at Cherry Point Aug 10, 1993 during a touch and go
				162956 rebuilt as 165354
				162957 rebuilt as 165355
				162958 SOC Sep 27, 1999.  Loaned to QinetiQ (formerly DERA) Boscombe Down, UK for
					Fatigue Checks.   Also reported as being rebuilt as 165572.  Fuselage
					noted at Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, Boscombe Down 
					Jan 2002.
				162959 rebuilt as 165383
				162960 SOC Dec 20, 2000.  Rebuilt as 165587.
				162961 (VMA-542) crashed on Twenty Nine Palms Range, CA Oct 9, 1987.
				162962 rebuilt as 165384
162963			McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B-9-MC Harrier II
				c/n 212202/T2	
162964			McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-8-MC Harrier II
				c/n 512091/85.  SOC Feb 6, 2003.  Was it rebuilt as AV-8B+?. 
					The fuselage to RAF St Athan for spares recovery.
162965/162970		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-9-MC Harrier II
				c/n 512092/86-512097/91
				162965 SOC Aug 30, 1999.  Rebuilt as 165571.
				162966 crashed near NAS China Lake Sept 27, 1994.
				162967 rebuilt as 165592
				162968 rebuilt as 165382.
				162969 SOC Feb 21, 2002. In 2012 was gate guard at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina.
				162970 crashed Aug 8, 1990.
162971			McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B-9-MC Harrier II
				c/n 212203/T3
162972/162973		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-9-MC Harrier II
				c/n 512098/92 and 512099/93.
				162972 SOC Feb 6, 2003.  Was it rebuilt as AV-8B+?
				162973 SOC Jan 25, 2000.  Rebuilt as 165575.
162974/162997		Sikorsky SH-60B Sea Hawk
				162992/162997 cancelled
				162974 (NSH-60B) assigned to permanent test duties at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland
				162976 (MH-60R) SOC Jan 21, 2003
				162980 (c/n 70-0466) to AMARC Apr 19, 2012.  SOC Jun 23, 2012
				162981 (c/n 70-0467) to AMARC Amr 15, 2013
				162982 SOC Apr 5, 2012
				162983 (c/n 70-0470) on display at NAS North Island
				162984 (c/n 70-0471)
				162985 (c/n 70-0472) to AMARC Oct 4, 2012
				162986 (HSL-48)  crashed into Pacific Ocean off west coast of Colombia
					Dec 13, 2005 after takeoff from US De Wert (FFG45) on routine anti-drug
					mission.  3 crew missing.  AFM 10/2006.
				162987 (c/n 70-0474) to AMARC Feb 29, 2012.  SOC May 14, 2012
				162990 (c/n 70-0479) to AMARC Jun 12, 2012.  SOC Sep 18, 2012
162998/163009		Lockheed P-3C-230-LO Orion
				163000 (c/n 285G-5807)
				163005 (c/n 185-5812) w/o Jul 10, 2003 in ground cockpit fire at NAS Jacksonville, FL. 
				163007/163009 cancelled
163010/163021		McDonnell Douglas EAV-8B-9-MC Harrier II
				For Spanish Navy as Matador VA.1A-13/01-901 to VA.1A-24/01-912. Originally
					allocated serials VA.2-1 to VA.2-12.
				163010 (VA.1A-13) crashed Dec 18, 1989
				163011 (VA.1A-14) crashed into sea near Marazon Feb 19, 1998.
				163017 (VA.1A-20/01-908) w/o at Rota May 17, 1988. 
163022/163023		Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
				Transferred to US Marine Corps from USAF.
				163022 (c/n 382-5040) ex USAF 84-0477.
				163023 (c/n 382-5045) ex USAF 84-0478
163024/163029		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye Group 1
				163024 (c/n A52-117) to AMARC as 2E0041 Jul 11, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163025 (c/n A52-118) to AMARC as 2E0035 Jun 16, 2000.  To Egypt Feb 2003.
					Converted to Hawkeye 2000 for Egyptian AF.
				163026 (c/n A52-119) in SARDIP at Northrop Grumman facility,
					St. Augustine, FL pending possible sale to Egypt.  Now slated
					to be converted to Hawkeye 2000 standard for Egyptian AF.  Seen Dec 2010 on delivery flight to
					Egyptian AF.
				163027 (c/n A52-120) in SARDIP at Northrop Grumman facility,
					St. Augustine, FL
				163028 (c/n A52-121) to AMARC as 2E0040 Jul 12, 2001.  Left AMARC Sep 9, 2001, 
					noted in service with VAW-28 Feb 2003.  Back to AMARC as 2E0042 Apr 29, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163029 (c/n A122) SOC Sep 1, 2005
163030/163035		Grumman EA-6B-115-GR ICAP II Block 82 Prowler
				c/n  P123/P128.
				163030 (VMAQ-4) suffered uncommanded jettison of all its external stores on
					takeoff from MCAS Yuma, AZ Aug 24, 2007.  (AFM 10/2007)
				163034 to AMARC in 2014
				163035 to AMARC Jul 6, 2011
163036/163037		McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain II
				163036 (c/n 47041) SOC Jul 15, 2003
				163037 (c/n 47221) SOC Nov 13, 2000.
163038/163043		Sikorsky SH-60B Sea Hawk
				163043 c/n 70487 according to plate
163044/163048		Grumman EA-6B-115-GR ICAP II Block 82 Prowler
				c/n P129/P133
				163044 w/o Dec 5, 1988, USS Constellation
				163045 (VMAQ-2) sliced through cable wire on
					Mount Cermis near Cavalese, Italy, killing
					20 skiers.  Aircraft landed safely.
163049			Grumman EA-6B-120-GR ICAP II Block 86 Prowler
				c/n P134.  To AMARC Sep 6, 2012.