US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (163050 to 164195)


Last revised August 16, 2014



163050			McDonnell Douglas EC-24A
				DC-8 Srs 54F ex N8048U c/n 45881 acquired by US Navy for electronic warfare tests.  
				To AMARC as 2C0001 Dec 10, 1998.  SOC May 31, 2000.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
163051/163089		Sikorsky CH-53E/MH-53E Super Stallion/Sea Dragon
				163051 (HM-14) crashed at Bahrain IAP Apr 2, 2002.
				163052 (c/n 65-541) with HM-15 destroyed after engine fire on takeoff at Bahrain IAP Aug 22, 2012.
				163053 (HC-4) and 162505 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.
					163053 SOC Apr 8, 2005
				163056--there is a photo of an EMB-314 Super Tucano wearing this
					false identity, believed to be actually N314TG c/n 314-00082.
				163057 (MH-53E) to AMARC as 2J0113 Apr 15, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				163058 (MH-53E) to AMARC as 2J0108 Dec 9, 1999.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				059/064 was CH-53E
				065/070 was MH-53E
				071/089 was CH-53E
				163063 (CH-53E, c/n 65-553) named "The Big Iron" with HMH-461 in Apr 1993.  With HMH-466 stricken after hard landing
					separated tail structure at forward basde in Afghanistan May 31, 2014.  No fatalities
				163064 (HMN-261) crashed 37mi E of Canary Islands Nov 4, 1992.
				163068 (HC-4 Det 1) crashed near Sigonella Jul 16, 2003.
				163070 (HM-14, NAS Norfolk) crashed at sea 12 mi off Virginia Beach, VA Jan 8, 2014.  3 of 5 onboard killed.
				163077 (HMH-361) left main landing gear collapsed at San Diego Mar 17, 2011
				163082 (CH-53E, HMM-163/HMH-361) crashed in Afghanistan Jan 20, 2002 and destroyed
					to prevent it from falling into unfriendly hands.
163090/163091		Bensen HKB-2
163092/163103		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-20-MC Hornet (Lot 9)
				163092 SOC Jan 12, 2006.  In 2010 was on display at the Naval Museum of Armament and Tech China Lake, CA
				163093 with Blue Angels as #6 Oct 2009. Was reported as going on display at NAS Corpus Christi, but was still flying.
					Went to AMARC Dec 6, 2012.   Went to Pima Air Museum Apr 3, 2013, parked outside waiting for display.  Went
					on outside display there Jul 31, 2013.
				163095 (c/n 478/A394) to AMARC as 1A0081 Jan 25, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163096 (VFA-87) lost during strike mission during Desert Storm Feb 5, 1991.  Pilot lost.
				163097 (VMFA-134) collided with 162870 Jul 21, 2004 and crashed
					near Arlington, OR.  Pilot ejected safely.
				163100 (c/n 486, VFA-97) ran off runway while landing at NAS Lemoore, CA Jan 6, 2003.  Class A
					damage and w/o Sep 8, 2003
				163101 (c/n 488/A403) to AMARC as 1A0084 Jul 21, 2006.  SOC Nov 29, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
163104			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-20-MC Hornet (Lot 9)
163105/163109		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-20-MC Hornet (Lot 9)
				163103 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA. 163103 reported scrapped Sep 2008
				163105 seen as Blue Angels #6 Oct 2006.
				163106 was Blue Angels #2 in Jun 2010.  Was Blue Angels #4 in 2014 season.
				163107 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
				163108 (VMFA-115) collided with 163164 Dec 17, 1993 and crashed into Pacific Ocean
					off Okinawa.  163108 was later reported as being WFU at NAS Fallon, NV Nov 1995.
					Was the wreck salvaged or is the identity of the crashed plane incorrect? 
				163109 (VFA-161) crashed in Sierra Nevada Mountains, CA following
					midair collision with 163136 Jan 28, 1988.  One pilot
					ejected safely, one killed.
163110			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-20-MC Hornet (Lot 9)
163111/163114		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-20-MC Hornet (Lot 9)
				163111 (c/n 504/A416) to AMARC as 1A0067 Aug 21, 2003.  SOC Dec 5, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163112 (VFA-125) engine stalled shortly after takeoff May 10, 1988
					and pilot ejected safely.
163115			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-20-MC Hornet (Lot 9)
163116/163118		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-20-MC Hornet (Lot 9)
				163117 on display at Hq Schools Command, NAS Pensacola FL Natl Museum of
					Naval Aviation
				163118 (c/n 516/A427) to AMARC as 1A0068 Sep 24, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
163119/163122		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-21-MC Hornet (Lot 9)
				163119 SOC Mar 2, 2005. On display at Defense Supply Center, Richmond, VA
				163121 (VFA-15) lost during combat air patrol during Desert Storm Jan 24, 1991 due to engine failure.
				163122 SOC May 2, 2007
163123			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B-21-MC Hornet (Lot 9)
163124/163145		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-21-MC Hornet (Lot 9)
				163125 (VFA-15) crashed near Gainesville, FL May 28, 1992 due to birdstrike.  Pilot killed.
				163127 (c/n 534/A443) to AMARC as 1A0074 Aug 4, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163128 (VFA-201) crashed Dec 3, 1999 when pilot lost control during combat maneuvering.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				163130 was with Blue Angels Jul 2007 as number 5.  Now on display at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas
				163134 (VMFA-115) crashed Aug 22, 2001 during training mision on Barry Goldwater range, AZ.
					Pilot ejected but was killed.
				163136 (VFA-161) crashed in Sierra Nevada Mountains, CA following
					midair collision with 163109 Jan 28, 1988.  One pilot ejected
					safely, the other was killed.
				163138 SOC Jan 12, 2006
				163139 (VMFA-312) crashed into military training area in north central Arkansas Jul 26, 2002.
					Pilot ejected but was left hanging from a tree after landing and was injured.
				163140 seen at Lajes Field, Azores Sep 14, 2008.
				163144 (c/n 563/A470) to AMARC as 1A0069 Nov 18, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163145 (VMFA-115) crashed into Atlantic Ocean Jun 27, 2004
163146/163175		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A-22-MC Hornet (Lot 9)	
				163147 (VMFA-115) during air combat maneuvering training sortie
					together with 163159 Oct 15, 2003, both aircraft struck
					sea 50 mi off coast of SC.  Both crew ejected safely.
				163149 no record of crashing
				163152 SOC Apr 4, 2005.  To Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA
				163154 (c/n 580/A487) to AMARC as 1A0064 Jul 10, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163157 (VMFA-122) suffered catastrophic right engine fire and made emergency
					landing at Andrews AFB.  Damaged beyond repair.  Now a gate guard at
					MCAS Beaufort, SC painted in colors of VFA-86.
				163159 (VMFA-115) during air combat maneuvering training sortie
					together with 163147 Oct 15, 2003, both aircraft struck
					sea 50 mi off coast of SC.  Both crew ejected safely.
				163160 (c/n 590/A497) to AMARC as 1A0065 Jul 10, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163163 SOC Sep 4, 2003.  In 2010 was gate guard display at MCAS Beaufort, SC, joining 163157 already there.
				163164 (VMFA-115) collided with 163108 Dec 17, 1993.
				163170 (VMFA-312) in midair collision with 163172 Nov 10, 1988
					over Chocolate Mountains, pilot killed
				163172 (VMFA-312) in midair collision with 163170 Nov 10, 1988
					over Chocolate Mountains, Plane returned to MCAS Yuma.
163176/163179		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-10-MC Harrier II
				c/n 512100/94 to 512103/97.
				163176 SOC Jun 19, 2000.  Rebuilt as 165581.
				163177 (VMA-223) crashed Cherry Point, NC. Jun 21, 1994 due to
					engine failure.
				163178 SOC Dec 22, 1999.  Rebuilt as 165576.
163180			McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B-10-MC Harrier II
				c/n 212204/T4
163181/163185		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-10-MC Harrier II
				c/n 512104/98 to 512108/102.
				163181 (VMA-214) crashed during flight from Yuma Dec 9, 1992.
				163182 (VMA-542) crashed on Piney Island range Mar 1, 1988.
				163183 rebuilt as 165423
				163184 (VMA-542) crashed at Maxwell AFB, AL Nov 5, 1988.
				163185 (VMA-542) crashed at Parris Island, SC May 3, 1989.
163186			McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B-10-MC Harrier II
				c/n 212205/T5
163187/163190		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-10-MC Harrier II
				c/n 512109/103 to 512111/105
				163187 (VMA-223) crashed on Twenty Nine Palms range, CA Feb 12, 1990.
				163188 rebuilt as 165595
				163189 rebuilt as 165596
				163190 (VMA-542) shot down over Al Jaber airfield, Kuwait by
					shoulder-launched SAM Feb 25, 1991.  Pilot ejected safely.
163191			McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B-10-MC Harrier II
163192/163195		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-10-MC Harrier II
				c/n 107/110.
				163192 SOC Oct 27, 1999. Rebuilt as 165573.
				163193 rebuilt as 165593
				163194 SOC Feb 6, 2003, believe converted to AV-8B+
				163195 (VMA-231) crashed at Cherry Point, NC Feb 16, 1996.
163196			McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B-11-MC Harrier II
				c/n T6
163197/163201		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-11-MC Harrier II
				c/n 111/115
				163197 rebuilt as 165596
				163198 SOC Jun 28, 1999.  Rebuilt as 165569.
				163199 taken out of service many years ago.  In 2010 Boeing remanufactured this aircraft to a flight status.
					What Boeing did was use the old "Day attack" fuselage from 163199, install a Wing from a AV-8B Harrier II+ " Night Attack" aircraft and then 
					add in the latest F402-RR-408B Engine which is currently used in the "Night Attack" and "Radar" aircraft. They then used the same BuNo 
					163199 for the aircraft. It is currently in service 
				163200 rebuilt as 165424.
				163201 (VMAT-203) ditched off North Carolina Jul 16, 2003 during
					air combat maneuvering sortie.  Pilot ejected safely.
163202			McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B-11-MC Harrier II
				c/n T8.  Crashed at Cherry Point, NC Aug 28, 1989, VMAT-203.
163203/163206		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-11-MC Harrier II
				c/n 116/119.
				163203 SOC Mar 27, 2000. Rebuilt as 165578.
				163204 rebuilt as 165590.
				163205 SOC Feb 6, 2003, believe converted to AV-8B+.  The fuselage
					showed up at BAE, Lancs, UK in 2004, later moved to RAF
					St Athan, where it was noted Jan 2005 for spares recovery.
				163206 (VMA-223) crashed on Chocolate Mountain gunnery range
					Oct 7, 1996 56 mi NW of MCAS Yuma, AZ
				163207 w/o May 30, 1989 when it was damaged after 
					taxiing into a barricade at Cherry Point, NC.
163207			McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B-11-MC Harrier II
				c/n T9. With VMAT-203, crashed on approach to MCAS Cherry Point, NC Feb 3, 2001.
163208			McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain II
				c/n 47639, ex N4549V.  To AMARC as 4C0001 Dec 19, 2001.  SOC May 31, 2002.  
163209/163214		Kaman SH-2G Seasprite
				c/n 245/250
				163210 (c/n 246) to Royal Australian Navy as N29-163210.  Reported to have an Australian
					civil registration (unknown) reserved Sep 2004.  N351KA is reported as
					being its previous identity, but it is unknow whether it was sold to a
					US owner after RAN service or whether this was a Kaman test registration.
					Following cancellation of contract Mar 20, 2008 is to be returned
					to Kaman.  To Kaman as N167KM, registered Mar 27, 2014.  To Royal New Zealand Navy
				163211 (HSL-37) crashed March 15, 1993.
				163212 to AMARC as 8H0051.  to Egypt as 3051
				163213 to AMARC as 8H0058.  to Egypt as 3052
				163214 to AMARC as 8H0083 Dec 18, 2000.  SOC Jan 8, 2003
163215/163229		Grumman F-14B-150-GR Tomcat
				c/n 576/590
				163216 (VF-101) damaged 8/4/1999 when hit ramp of USS George Washington
					during night carrier qualification.  SOC Sep 29, 2005
				163217 (c/n 578) to AMARC as 1K0174 Jan 26, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				163218 (c/n 579) to AMARC as 1K0170 Jan 19, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				163219 (VF-102) lost during operations from USS John F. Kennedy 3/17/2000.
					Both crewmembers ejected safely and were rescued.
				163220 (c/n 581) to AMARC as 1K0175 Mar 17, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				163223 converted to NF-14B.  SOC Feb 28, 2005
				163224 (c/n 585) to AMARC as 1K0190 Aug 3, 2005.  SOC Jan 17, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163226 (c/n 587) to AMARC as 1K0152 Jun 28, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163227 (c/n 588) to AMARC as 1K0188 Apr 20 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005.  
				163228 (VF-11) crashed into Saudi Arabian desert during training 
					exercise Jul 26, 2000.  Both crew ejected safely.
				163229 (c/n 590 to AMARC as 1K0172 Jan 19, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005  
163230/163232		Grumman F-14D Tomcat
				contract cancelled
163233/163256		Sikorsky SH-60B Sea Hawk
				163233 (c/n 70.491)
				163235 to AMARC Apr 19, 2013
				163237 to AMARC Nov 29, 2012
				163238 to AMARC Aug 9, 2012
				163240 to AMARC Oct 4, 2012
				163246 SOC
				163247 SOC May 4, 2002
				163248 to AMARC Mar 28, 2013
				163249/165256 listed as cancelled, but 163249 has been seen on board CG-58.
				163236 (HSL-45) crashed Jun 20, 1989.
				163246 (HSL-43) ditched in Arabian Sea Mar 23, 1999.  Reports that
					it was repaired and by Feb 2007 was in service with HSL-51
					are probably erroneous.
				163247 (HSL-49) ditched off San Diego, CA May 4, 2002.
				163249 first assigned to HSL-46 Det 2.  Lost in mid to late 1990s in Red Sea. Listed as going to AMARC Dec 13, 2012.
163257/163258		Sikorsky UH-60B Sea Hawk
163259/163267		Sikorsky VH-60A Sea Hawk
				163261 (c/n 70-1117)
				163262 (c/n 70-1170)
				163264 (c/n 70-1192)
				163267 w/o May 19, 1993 near Quantico, Va.
163268/163277		General Dynamics F-16N Fighting Falcon
				were USAF F-16C 85-1369/1378.  C/n 3M-1/10
				163268 to MAMARC as 1F0013 Jan 11, 1995, reallocated to
					FG0435 Sep 28, 1998.  To Eglin AFB, FL Feb 4, 1999 for use as a target.  Reported
					as being inactive there Jun 2007.
				163269 on display at San Diego Aerospace Museum, CA
				163270 to AMARC as 1F0017 Jan 12, 1995, reallocated to
					FG0436 Sep 29, 1998.   Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				163271 on display at Pacific Coast Air Museum, CA.
				163272 to AMARC as 1F0003 Jun 30, 1994, reallocated to
					FG0426 Mar 13, 1998.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				163273 to AMARC as 1F0004 Jun 30, 1994, reallocated to
					FG0427 Mar 13, 1998.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				163274 to AMARC as 1F0001 Jun 21, 1994, reallocated to 
					FG0428 Mar 13, 1998.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				163275 to AMARC as as 1F0011 Jan 10, 1995, reallocated to
					FG0437 Sep 29, 1998.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				163276 to AMARC as 1F0006 Oct 6, 1994, reallocated to
					FG0429 Mar 13, 1998.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				163277 on display at Palm Springs Aviation Museum, CA
163278/163281		General Dynamics TF-16N Fighting Falcon
				were USAF F-16D 85-1379/1382.  C/n 3N-1/4.
				163278 to AMARC as 1F0008 Dec 8, 1994, reallocated to FG0487
					Dec 8, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				163279 to AMARC as 1F0015 Jan 11, 1995, reallocated to FG0488
					Jan 11, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				163280 to AMARC as 1F0018 Jan 12, 1995, reallocated to FG0489
					Jan 12, 1995. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				163281 to AMARC as 1F0009 Dec 15, 1994, reallocated to FG0490
					Dec 15, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
163282/163288		Sikorsky SH-60F Sea Hawk
				163282 is trainer at NAMTRA Jacksonville, FL, later at NAS Key West.  By Feb 2011 had left 
					NAS Key West and went to CGAS Elizabeth City to be converted into MH-60T for the Coast Guard.
				163283 registered N40VT Apr 18, 2003.  At NAS Key West.  TO N40VT
				163284 SOC Jul 17, 2009, seen at AMARC in 2010.
				163287 SOC Jul 17, 2009
163289/163295		Lockheed P-3C-235-LO Orion
163296/163299		Lockheed P-3C-240-LO Orion
				Model 285H to Norway				
				163296 FMS to Norway as 3296 *Vingtor*
				163297 FMS to Norway as 3297 *Jossing*
				163298 (c/n 285H-5819) FMS to Norway as 3298 *Viking*
				163299 FMS to Norway as 3299 *Ulabrand*
				These last two conflict with the Kfirs listed below.
163298/163309		IAI F-21A Kfir 
				Leased from Israel for use as agressor aircraft
163310/163311		Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
				Transferred to US Marine Corps from USAF
				163310 (c/n 382-5085) ex USAF 85-0045.  Operated as Blue Angels support aircraft 1996-97
				163311 (c/n 382-5087) ex USAF 85-0046
163312/163347		Bell TH-57B Sea Ranger
				c/n 3882/3917
				163313 (c/n 3883, HT-8) crashed at Spencer Outlying Field, FL while
					practicing takeoffs and landings Mar 31, 2006.  Instructor and student
					uninjured.  Helo believe repairable.
				163332 (c/n 3902) to N5464M, CC-PUA
				163335 (c/n 3905, TW-5/HT-8) crashed into wooded area near Spencer 
					Outlying Field, FL May 30, 2006.  1 killed, 2 injured.  SOC Aug 24, 2006.
				163342 (HT-8) rolled over and wrecked during practice autorotation
					at Santa Rosa Naval Outlying Field, FL Nov 13, 2008.  Both
					occupants uninjured.
163348/163394		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II
				contract cancelled
163395/163406		Grumman EA-6B-120-GR ICAP II Block 86 Prowler
				c/n P135/P146
				163396 to AMARC in 2014
				163399 to AMARC May 14, 2013
				163401 to AMARC Apr 27, 2012.
				163402 SOC May 4, 2005
				163403 SOC May 26, 2005.  Cutup completed Jun 2007.
				163405 (VAQ-141) lost Dec 31, 1990 when arrester gear failed on 
					USS Theodore Roosevelt and aircraft went over the side.  Four crewmembers
					ejected safely and were rescued.
163407/163411		Grumman F-14B-155-GR Tomcat 
				163407 (c/n 591) to AMARC as 1K0178 Mar 17, 2005.  SOC Jul 27, 2005
				163408 (c/n 592) SOC Feb 28, 2005
				163409 (c/n 593) to AMARC as 1K0184 Apr 11, 2005.  SOC Oct 17, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163410 (c/n 594) SOC Sep 29, 2005
				163411 (c/n 595) crashed into Atlantic Ocean 20 mi off Nags Head, North Carolia Mar 15, 1993.  2 crew killed.
163412/163418		Grumman F-14D-160-GR Tomcat
				163412 (NF-14D) to AMARC as 1K0133 Apr 9, 2002.  SOC May 31, 2002.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163413 SOC Jul 19, 2005
				163414 SOC Mar 21, 2005
				163415 (c/n 599) converted to NF-14D.  To AMARC as 1K0153 Jun 29, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163416 (c/n 600) converted to NF-14D.  To AMARC as 1K0154 Jun 26, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163417 (c/n 601) to AMARC as 1K0194 Mar 22, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				162418 (c/n 602) to AMARC Jun 12, 2003 as 1K0136.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
163419/163426		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-11-MC Harrier II
				c/n 120/127
				163420 (VMA-513) crashed off Cox's Bazaar, Bangladesh May 15, 1991.
				163421 (VMA-231) crashed at Raleigh, NC Oct 15, 1993 following
					birdstrike.
				163422 (VMA-542) crashed Feb 18, 1995.
				163423 SOC Feb 6, 2003, believe converted to AV-8B+
				163425 (VMA-231) crashed into trees while landing at Camp Lejeune, NC Sept 22, 1993.
				163426 SOC Mar 1, 1999.  I have it being rebuilt as 165430.
163427/163433		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				163427 (VFA-81) suffered inflight fire and crashed in Ocala
					National Forest, FL Oct 3, 1989 shortly after a
					practice bombing run at Pine Castle Range.  Pilot ejected
					safely.
				163428 (VFA-106) collided with A-4F Feb 15, 1990.
					Landed safely but declared a write-off.
				163429 based at Oceana, VA with Marines as part of the Gladiators. 
				163430 SOC Aug 27, 2007
				163432 (c/n 0628/C006, VFA-106) in midair collision with F-5 over NAS Key West
					FL Mar 29, 1991.  Plane landed safely but F-5 pilot was killed.
163434			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
163435			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				c/n 0634/C008.  With Blue Angels as #6 in June 2010
163436			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				(VFA-106) had dual flameout and departed runway after aborted
					takeoff Oct 29, 1993 from NAS Whiting Field.  Two crew
					egressed normally with no injuries.  Aircraft was rebuilt.  With VFA-106 crashed after takeoff from
					NAS Oceana, Virgina Apr 6, 2012.  Both crew ejected safely.
163437/163440		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				163437 (c/n 0637/C009, VFA-86) inflight fire shortly after day launch from USS
					America (CV-66) May 24, 1994.  Plane landed safely but was SOC.  Put on display at Hq Naval Air Forces,
					Norfolk, VA as first preserved C-model.
				163438 (VFA-125) crashed on Fort Hunter-Liggett military operating
					zone, CA Jun 26, 2006 following collision with F/A-18C
					163450.  One pilot ejected safely, the other was killed.
				163440 (c/n 0643/C012)
163441			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
163442/163444		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				163442 was Blue Angels #3 in 2011.  Was Blue Angels #3 in 2014 season.
				163444 (c/n 0648/C015)
163445			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				163445 lost at Whitehouse NOLF, Florida with VFA-106 Aug 30, 1995.
163446			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				In storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.  Now with VFA-86, coded AB-400 by Mar 2002.  SOC Oct 5, 2012
163447			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
163448/163451		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10) 
				163448 SOC Oct 13, 2006, scrapped Sep 2008
				163449 (c/n 0659/C018)
				163450 (c/n 0660/C019, VFA-125) crashed on Fort Hunter-Liggett military operating
					zone, CA Jun 26, 2006 following collision with F/A-18C
					163438.  One pilot ejected safely, the other was killed.
				163451 with Blue Angels
163452			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				With VFA-106 crashed after takeoff from NAS Oceana, Virgina into apartment building Apr 6, 2012.  Both crew ejected
					safely after dumping fuel.  They stayed with their doomed aircraft until the fuel was all or nearly all gone, 
					ejecting at very low altitude.  Noone on ground was killed.
163453			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				163453 (VFA-86) failed to return to USS America at night in
					Mediterranean N of Libya Jan 12, 1991
163454			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				163454 (VFA-106) caught fire on takeoff and successfully
					aborted Mar 4, 1992
163455/163456		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				163455 (c/n 0669/C022) with Blue Angels
163457			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-23-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
163458/163459		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10) 
				163459 (c/n c/n 0676/C025)
163460			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
163461/163463		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				163461 (VFA-106) crashed into sea 60 mi W of Key West, FL
					Oct 14, 2005.  Pilot ejected and was picked up by Coast
					Guard vessel.  AFM 12/2005
				163463 (VFA-83) crashed into Adriatic Sea Apr 28, 1994
163464			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				With Blue Angels as #7 in 2014 season
163465/163467		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				163465 (c/n 0686/C029)
				163466 (VFA-86) ran off runway at NAS Cecil Field,
					FL Jul 17, 1996.  Not repaired.
				163467 (VFA-82) experienced engine fire in flight and
					crashed in Ocala National Forest 40 mi W of Daytona,
					FL June 21, 1994.  Pilot ejected safely.
163468			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				with Blue Angels.
163469/163471		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				163470 was mistakenly thought to be Lcdr Michael
					Speicher's aircraft (163484) shot down Jan 18, 1991 over
					central Iraq.  This mixup was one of the factors cited
					for the confusion surrounding the Speicher case. 
				163471 (VMFAT-101) crashed 3 mi E of MCAS Miramar, CA
					Nov 30, 2006 following hydraulic problem.  Pilot ejected
					safely.
163472			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
163473			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10) 
163474			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				Seen for scrapping at NADEP, NAS NOrth Island Feb 2008.
163475/163478		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10) 
				163475 (VFA-106) flew into water Jun 10, 1990 while flying from
					USS Enterprise. Pilot killed.
				163477 (VFA-81) in midair collision with F-14 after launch
					from USS Saratoga (CV-60) Feb 12, 1994.  The F-14 crashed
					prior to landing and both crew ejected.  163477 landed with
					a portion of the wing missing.  Was rebuilt.
163479			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
163480/163481		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				163480 (c/n 0710/C040)
				163481 (c/n 0712/C041)
163482			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
163483/163485		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				163484 (VFA-81) shot down Jan 17, 1991 during Desert Storm. Capt. Michael Speicher KIA 
					(status recently changed to MIA).  Loss attributed to a missile
					fired by an Iraqi MiG-25PD.  On Aug 2, 2009, the Pentagon reported that
					Captain Speicher's remains had been identified.  In early July 2009, Iraqi civilians 
					led US Marines to a location in the desert where Speicher's plane had crashed.  Speicher
					had been killed in the crash and his body was buried by Bedouins at the site.  Remains were
					recovered over several days and were flown to Dover AFB for identification.
163486			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-24-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				SOC Nov 13, 2006.  In 2012 was on display in front of the Officer's Club at MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina, joining
					163157 and 163163 already there.
163487			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-25-MC Hornet (Lot 10) 
163488			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-25-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
163489/163491		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-25-MC Hornet (Lot 10) 
				163489 (VFA-81) crashed following cold catapult shot from
					USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69 during flight
					operations off Puerto Rica Feb 8, 1998.  Pilot ejected
					safely and was recovered.
163492			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-25-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				Crashed in New Mexico during low-level training mission May 17, 1995 with VFA-125.  2 crew killed.
163493/163496		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-25-MC Hornet (Lot 10) 
				163495 (VFA-97) crashed 5 mi N of NaF El Centro, DCA Jan 18, 2006
					during night bombing training flight.  Pilot killed.
163497			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-25-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
163498/163499		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-25-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				163498 was Blue Angels #5 in 2011.  Blue Angels #1 in 2014 season
163500/163501		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-25-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
163502/163506		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-25-MC Hornet (Lot 10) 
				163502 shot down Iraqi F-7A 1/17/91 during Desert Storm
				163504 SOC Sep 19, 2006
163507			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-25-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				SOCX May 8, 2009
163508/163509		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-25-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
				163508 shot down Iraqi F-7A 1/17/91 during Desert Storm
163510			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-25-MC Hornet (Lot 10)
163511/163513		McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain II
				Designated in service as DC-9, since these are ex-commercial DC-9 aircraft
				163511 (c/n 47431) named "City of Mount Clemens" with VR-62 in Oct 1988.  On display at National Museum of 
					Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  This plane was the first aircraft to land in New York City after the 
					terrorist attacks of Sep 11, 2001.
				163512 (c/n 47474) named “City of Atlanta” with VR-46 in November 1991.  To AMARC as 4C0002 May 1, 2002.  SOC May 31, 2002
				163513 (c/n 47477) to AMARC as 4C0003 Apr 25, 2003.  SOC Jul 8, 2003
163514/163519		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-11-MC Harrier II
				c/n 128/133.
				163514 (VMA-231) crashed into sea near MCAS Cherry Point, NC 
					Aug 19, 1992.
				163515 SOC May 3, 2012
				163516 (VMA-542) crashed in East China Sea Sept 1, 1995.
				163517 SOC Feb 5, 1999.  I have it being rebuilt as 165429.
				163518 (VMA-311) shot down over southern Kuwait Jan 24, 1991
					by shoulder-launched SAM, Desert Storm.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				I saw 163519 at 1991 Chicago lakefront air show.  SOC Jul 10, 2000.  Rebuilt
					as 165582.
163520/163531		Grumman EA-6B-125-GR ICAP II Block 86 Prowler
				c/n P147/P158
				163520 SOC Dec 8, 2012
				163521 while landing at Colorado Springs AP, CO in heavy rain Jun 16, 2006,
					tire on starboard undercarriage blew and undercarriage leg 
					collapsed and ran off runway.  All crew unhurt.  AFM 10/2006
				163522 SOC Sep 5, 2012.
				163523 SOC Jul 1, 2011
				163529 SOC Dec 3, 2012.
				163531 w/o Feb 24, 1996, USS Kitty Hawk.
163532/163534		Boeing E-6A Mercury
				cancelled contract
163535/163540		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye Group 1
				Model G-123
				163535 SOC Apr 19, 2007.  Seen for scrapping at NADEP, NAS North Island Feb 2008
				163538 SOC Mar 22, 2006
				163539 SOC Apr 6, 2006
				163540 SOC Mar 1, 2007
163541/163552		Kaman SH-2F Seasprite
				c/n 251/262.  Delivered as SH-2G Super Seasprite
				163547/163552 cancelled
				163541 to AMARC
				163542 to AMARC as 8H0077 Jul 10, 1996
				163543 (c/n 247) to AMARC as 8H0085 Jan 25, 2001.  SOC Jul 3, 2002.  Delivered to Polish Navy as 3543
				163544 to AMARC as 8H0080 Oct 30, 2000.  SOC Jul 3, 2002.  Delivered to Polish Navy Sep 27, 2002
				163545 (c/n 255) to AMARC as 8H0090 Jun 12, 2001.  To be delivered to Polish Navy.  SOC off USN charge Jul 3, 2002
				163546 to AMARC as 8H0079 Oct 30, 2000.  SOC Jul 3, 2002. Delivered to Polish Navy Sep 27, 2002
163553/163564		Beech UC-12F Huron
				163555 based at NAF Atsugi
				163558 (Torii 58) at MCAS Iwakuni
				163559 (Torii 59) at MCAS Iwakuni
				163564 (c/n BU-12) to AMARC as 5G0023 Nov 3, 2005. SOC Jan 17, 2006
163565			Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				Model G-123.  For Egypt.  Was to have been 162823 until someone realized that
					the serial had already been allocated to the last of a 
					batch of TH-57s.  Has been converted to Hawkeye 2000.
163566/163577		General Dynamics F-16N Fighting Falcon
				Were formerly USAF 86-1684/1695.  C/n 3M-11/22.
				163566 to AMARC as 1F0014 Jan 11, 1995, reallocated to FG0484
					Jan 11, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				163567 to AMARC as 1F0005 Oct 6, 1994, reallocated to FG0485
					Oct 6, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				163568 crashed at Twin Falls, Idaho Dec 17, 1992.  Pilot killed.
				163569 on static display at NAS Forth Worth, TX, painted as a USAF F-16.  Has been at Carswell AFB since 1994, on
					loan from Naval Aviation Museum at Pensacola, Florida.
				163570 to AMARC as 1F0010 Jan 10, 1995.  TO NAS China Lake, CA in 1999 as target
				163571 to AMARC as 1F0007 Nov 29, 1994, reallocated to FG0430 Mar 13, 1998.  Has been dismantled to
					repair F-16Cs 84-1217, 85-1444, and 86-0242.
				163572 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				163573 crashed at NAS Key West, FL May 12, 1994.  Pilot ejected.  Scrapped at NAS Key West, FL
				163574 to AMARC as 1F0002 Jun 21, 1994, reallocated to
					FG0431 Mar 13, 1998.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				163575 to AMARC as 1F0016 Jan 12, 1995.  To Eglin AFB, FL in 1999 as a target
				163576 on loan from Pensacola Naval Air Museum to NAS Fallon Airpark, Nevada
				163577 to AMARC as 1F0012 Jan 10, 1995, reallocated to FG0486
					Jan 10, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
163578/163590		Lockheed P-3C Orion
				163582/163590 cancelled
163591/163592		Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
				163591 c/n 5143.  Former USAF 86-1973
				163592 c/n 5145.  Former USAF 86-1974
163593/163598		Sikorsky SH-60B Sea Hawk
				163593 (HSL-46) crashed into Mediterranean Mar 12, 2002.
				163596 (c/n 70-1618) SOC May 31, 2012
				163598 crashed into Persian Gulf Aug 16, 1997
163599/163658		McDonnell Douglas T-45A Goshawk
				163601 (VT-22) crashed in Atlantic Ocean off Mayport, FL 2/21/2001.
					Crew of 2 ejected but did not survive.
				163610 (TW-2/VT-21) crashed 2 mi N of NAS Kingville, TX Oct 1, 2007
					following engine failure caused by bird ingestion.  Both
					crew ejected safely.  Plane impacted muddy ground nose first
					and remailed largely intact except for forward fuselage.
				163618 (VT-21) crashanded at NAS Jacksonville Jul 18, 2001.  Both crew
					ejected safely.  Has been repaired, noted Oct 6, 2002 in service with TW-2
				163629 and 163639 lost in midair near
					NAS Kingsville, TX Aug 17, 1994.
				163631 (TW-2/VT-22) made wheels-up landing in field at Gholson, TX Feb 8, 2004 after running out
					of fuel.  Crew unhurt.  Aircraft since repaired since noted with TW-2
				163632 (VT-22) crashed Aug 19, 1998.
				163634 (VT-21) crashed Apr 15, 1997 due to ingestion of
					a large bird into the engine.
				163635 fitted with T-45C cockpit
				163653 (TAW-2) overran runway on landing at NAS Kingsville and flipped inverted afer pilot ejeced Jun 10, 2010. 
				163655 (TW-2, VT-22) suffered engine failure on takeoff from
					Arcadia RAP, LA Nov 1, 2007.  After crew ejected, aircraft
					(with gear still down) landed back on runway, ran off the
					end through the perimeter fence and into a hill.  Damage
					appeared minor.
				163658 converted to T-45C.
163659/163673		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-12-MC Harrier II
				c/n 134/148.
				163660 SOC Feb 4, 2003, believe converted to AV-8B+
				163661 crashed Feb 29, 1996
				163662 SOC Mar 31, 1999. Rebuilt as 165566.
				163663 SOC Jan 7, 1999.  I have it being rebuilt as 165428.  Details, anyone?
					Also listed as having crashed Jan 7, 2000, circumstances unknown
				163664 SOC Spt 25, 2000.  Rebuilt as 165584.
				163665 rebuilt as 166288
				163666 (VMA-311) crashed on Twenty Nine Palms range, CA 
					Oct 31,1989 due to engine fire.
				163667 crashed Dec 16, 1989 when flipped over on landing.  Airframe
					now with NADEP
				163668 rebuilt as 166287
				163670 SOC May 3, 2012
				163671 (VMA-311) crashed on Chocolate Mountain range, AZ Feb 2, 1990.
				163672 SOC Oct 23, 2000.  Rebuilt as 165585.
163674/163690		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-13-MC Harrier II
				c/n 149/165
				163674 SOC Nov 12, 2000.  Rebuilt as 165586.
				163675 SOC May 24, 2000.  Rebuilt as 165580.
				163676 SOC May 3, 2012
				163677 rebuilt as 166287
				163678 rebuilt as 166288 (or 165597)  Details?
				163679 (VMA-542) crashed into Pamlico Sound, NC Feb 25, 1994.
				163681 (VMA-311) crashed Aug 17, 1994.
				163682 SOC May 25, 1999. 
				163683 SOC May 22, 2000.  Rebuilt as 165579.
				163684 (VMA-311) crashed at MCAS Yuma July 13, 1992.  Flipped over
					after leading runway on landing
				163685 (VMA-311) ditched off San Diego, CA. Feb 21, 1990.
				163686 (c/n 161) instructional airframe at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina in Nov 2011
				163687 SOC Feb 6, 2003, believe converted to AV-8B+
				163688 SOC Feb 5, 2003.  Was it rebuilt?
				163689 SOC Feb 6,2003 as w/o.  Presumably an accident.
				I saw 163690 at 1991 Chicago lakefront air show.  SOC Aug 22, 2000.  Rebuilt
					as 165583.
163691/163692		Gulfstream C-20D
				Gulfstream III for Navy VIP transport service.
				163691 c/n 480 ex N302GA.  163691 is considered the personal aircraft
					of the Marine Corps commandant.
				163692 c/n 481 ex N304GA.
163693/163698		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye Group 1
				Model G-123
				163694 SOC Oct 26, 2006.  Seen at NATTC yard NAS Pensacola  Jan 21, 2011:
				163695 was c/n A135.  To AMARC as 2E0049 Oct 15, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163696 was c/n A132 (should it be A136?).  
				163697 was c/n A137.  Crashed into Atlantic Ocean 85 mi off North
					Carolina with VAW-120 just after launch from USS Harry S Truman Aug 15, 2007.
					All 3 crew missing.  (AFM 10/2007).  Originally listed
					erroneously to have been 163696. 
				163698 was c/n A138
163699			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-26-MC Hornet (Lot 11) 
163700			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-26-MC Hornet (Lot 11) 
163701/163706		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-26-MC Hornet (Lot 11) 
				163704 (VX-4) in midair collision with 162339 during
					air combatmaneuvers May 8, 1989. The two planes crashed
					40 miles apart, one near Independence, the other near
					Olancha, just north of China Lake Naval Weapons Center.
					Pilot killed.
				163705 with Blue Angels as #1 in Jun 2010
163707			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-26-MC Hornet (Lot 11)
				163707 (VFA-125) lost control and crashed Aug 14, 1990 near Hunter
					Mt., CA.  Pilot ejected safely.
163708/163719		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-26-MC Hornet (Lot 11)
				163710 (VFA-125) aircraft failed to properly rotate on catapult
					launch from USS Theodore Roosevelt Aug 20, 1991.  Pilot ejected.
				163711 (VMFAT-101) damaged while on deck of USS Ranger Jul 19, 1991
					when A-6E 159573 lost tailhook on landing.  Taken to NAD
					North Island for assessment but not repaired.  Last noted
					dumped there Oct 1996 and presumably subsequently scrapped. (AFM 7/2005)
				163712 (VFA-102) crashed into sea after failed catapult launch from
					USS Independence May 13, 1992.  Pilot ejected but suffered
					major injuries upon impact with ship.
				163713 (VFMAT-101) crashed off San Clemente, CA Oct 16, 1990.
				163717 severely damaged as a result of collateral damage
					from crash of 163711.  Noted in open storage at Camarillo, CA Aug 25, 2001.
				163719 (VFA-196) collided with F/A-18 163737 over western Pacific
					Ocean Aug 4, 2007 during air defense training sortie from
					USS John C. Stennis.  Both aircraft recovered safely to
					Andersen AFB, Guam. (AFM 10/2007)
163720			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-26-MC Hornet (Lot 11) 
				163720 (c/n 0787/D026) crashed in Nevada with VFA-125 Aug 24, 1995 when departed
					from controlled flight.  Both crew ejected safely.
163721/163726		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-26-MC Hornet (Lot 11)
				163721 (VMFAT-101) severely damaged and SOC as a result of
					collateral damage from crash of 163711
				163723 (VMFA-212) in midair collision Jan 20, 1999 with 163759 20 mi S of Kichi
					prefecture off coast of Iwakuni, Japan.  Pilot ejected
					safely.  The other aircraft landed safely.  The report that 163723 is
					in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA must be 
					incorrect. 
163727/163733		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-27-MC Hornet (Lot 11)
				163727 flew into the ground near Fairbanks, AK Mar 10, 1999.
					Pilot killed.
				163728 (VMFA-212) in midair collision with 163729 Mar 8, 1991
					and crashed SE of Dharan, Saudi Arabia.  Both pilots ejected.
				163729 (VMFA-212) in midair collision with 163728 Mar 8, 1991
					and crashed SE of Dharan, Saudi Arabia.  Both pilots ejected.
				163732 (VMFA-212) departed controlled flight and crashedinto
					Pacific 65 mi NW of Oahu, HI Feb 23, 1992.  Pilot ejected safely.
163734			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-27-MC Hornet (Lot 11) 
163735/163748		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-27-MC Hornet (Lot 11) 
				163737 (VFA-196) collided with F/A-18 163719 over western Pacific
					Ocean Aug 4, 2007 during air defense training sortie from
					USS John C. Stennis.  Both aircraft recovered safely to
					Andersen AFB, Guam.
				163738 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.
				163739 (MFA-125) crashed May 9, 1989 at NAS Fallon, NV.
				163743 (VMFA-212) crashed during night bombing mission Aug 20, 1998
				163744 (VFA-192) crashed into water following hydraulic failure
					North Arabian Gulf operating from USS Independence (CV-62)
					Apr 27, 1998.  Pilot ejected safely and was recovered.
				163748 (VFA-147) crashed into Pacific Ocean Feb 18, 2003.  Pilot ejected safely and
					was rescued.
163749			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-27-MC Hornet (Lot 11) 
				With VMFAT-101, crashed Nov 14, 2002 off coast of Mexico about 100 mi SW of MCAS Miramar, CA.
					Pilot ejected safely and was recovered.
163750/163754		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-27-MC Hornet (Lot 11)
				163754 was Blue Angels #6 in 2014 season
163755/163762		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-28-MC Hornet (Lot 11) 
				163756 damaged beyond repair in accident at NAF Atsugi, Japan Feb 7, 1993.  SOC.
				163759 (VMFA-212) collided with F/A-18 163723 Jan 20, 1999.  Aircraft
					landed safely at MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
				163760 (VFA-147) class alpha damage during flight deck evolution
					Nov 4, 2001.
163763			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-28-MC Hornet (Lot 11)
				163763 SOC May 5, 2007.  Scrapped Sep 2008
163764/163770		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-28-MC Hornet (Lot 11) 
				163764 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.  Now with VFA-126, coded as NJ-317 by Oct 2002
				163765 with Blue Angels
				163768 with Blue Angels
				163770 in storage at Naval Air Depot, NAS North Island, CA.  Now with VMFAT-101, coded as SH-231 by Oct 2002.
163771			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-28-MC Hornet (Lot 11)
163772/163777		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-28-MC Hornet (Lot 11)
				163773 (VMFA-235) in midair collision Oct 9, 1991 with 163774 10 nm N of Kaneohe
					HI.  Landed safelly
				163774 (VMFA-235) in midair collision Oct 9, 1991 with 163773 10 nm
					N of Kaneohe, HI.  Pilot ejected safely.
163778			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-28-MC Hornet (Lot 11) 
				163778 (VMMAT-101) crashed over Barry M. Goldwater range near
					Yuma, AZ June 16, 1999.  One crew ejected, other was killed.
163779/163782		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-28-MC Hornet (Lot 11)
				163779 (VFMA-232) damaged by fire at RAAF Tindal, Australia Jul , 1995.  Stored at NADep North Island, CA.
						Since repaired and noted operational by Jan 2006
				163780 (VMFA-232) crashed on Twenty-Nine Palms Air Ground Combat Range, CA Jul 22, 2003
					during air-to-ground delivery close air support training
					exercise.  Pilot killed.
				163781 seen for scrapping at NADEP, NAS North Island Feb 2008.
163783/163800		Sikorsky HH-60H Sea Hawk
				163783 (HSC-84) damaged during forced landing 10 mi S of Baghdad
					Aug 10, 2007.  2 injured. (AFM 10/2007).  SOC Aug 25, 2007.
				163790 suffered Class A damage when it crashed at Castles Combat Landing
					Strip, Fort Pickett, VA Jul 21, 2009.  6 minor injuries.
				163791 (HSC-84) collided with HH-60H 163797 while landing at night
					at Combat Outpost Ford, Baghdad Oct 4, 2008.  One helicopter
					then landed hard and rolled over, killing one Iraqi soldier
					and injuring 2 other Iraqis and 3 US soldiers.
				163794 (HS-15) crashed after takeoff from Camp Areifjan, Kuwait Oct 7, 2004.
					Seven crewmembers suffered minor injuries.  SOC Feb 9, 2005.
				163797 (HSC-84) collided with HH-60H 163791 while landing at night
					at Combat Outpost Ford, Baghdad Oct 4, 2008.  One helicopter
					then landed hard and rolled over, killing one Iraqi soldier
					and injuring 2 other Iraqis and 3 US soldiers.  Rebuilt and returned to
					service with HSC-84 Jan 2011.
163801/163835		Sikorsky HH-60J Block 10(2)Sea Hawk
				163801/163832 transferred to US Coast Guard as 6001/6032.
				163833/163835 cancelled.
163836/163847		Beech UC-12M Huron
				163836 (c/n BV-1)
				163846 and 163847 completed as RC-12M RANSAC
				163847 to FAA registry as N4ZB with Naval Research Laboratory.
				163847 (c/n BV-12) completed as RC-12M.  To AMARC as 5G0017 Sep 23, 2004
163848/163851		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye Group 1
				Model G-123
				163849 made first flight Aug 13, 2008 with VX-20 from NAS Patuxent
					River as test platform for Communication Navigation Surveillance/Air
					Traffic management upgrade
				163850 to AMARC as 2E0047 Sep 12, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				163851 in SARDIP at Northrop Grumman facility, St Augustine, FL.  Has been SOC.
163852/163855		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-13-MC Harrier II
				c/n 166/169
				163852 (VMA-231) crashed Sept 16, 1996 W of of Roper, NC due to bird strike.
					Pilot ejected safely
				163855 (VMA-214) crashed into sea off California Mar 7, 2002.
163856/163858		McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B-12-MC Harrier II
				c/n T10/T12.
				163856 (VMAT-203) crashed SC Apr 21, 1990 following birdstrike
163859/163861		McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B-13-MC Harrier II
				c/n T13/T15
163862/163872		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-14-MC Harrier II
				c/n 170/180
				163862 (HMM-163) crashed Dec 3, 1998.  Suffered an inflight fire
					and crashed into sea 718 mi W of Guam
				163863 crashed Dec 3, 1998.  There are current photos of this aircraft on Airliners.net, so if it did crash,
					it must have been repaired.  Maybe a misreporting of the incident involving 163862 on the same date.
				163865 SOC Jan 13, 1999.  Crashed Jan 7, 1999 from hover while attempting
					to land at MCAS Yuma, AZ
				163866 crashed Jun 14, 1999 near MCAS Yuma, AZ when suffered engine
					failure on training range.  Pilot ejected safely.
				163868 (c/n 176, VMA-214) crashed on Chocolate Mountain range, AZ
					Feb 29, 1996.  Must be an error, since this plane is
					reported as still flying with VMA-311, in 2010 with VMA-513.
163873/163883		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-15-MC Harrier II
				c/n 181/191
				163873 (VMA-214) crashed on Twenty Nine Palms range, CA Feb 4, 1991.
				163875 (VMA-214) crashed on takeoff from Davenport, IO Jun 29, 1992 after an airshow.
				163876 at FRC East
				163877 at FRC East
				163878 (VMA-211) crashed Nov 6, 1990.
				163882 (VMA-214) crashed at Pasir Gudang, Malaysia Mar 6, 1992.
163884/163892		Grumman EA-6B-130-GR ICAP II Block 86 Prowler
				c/n P159/P167.
				163884 to AMARC in 2014
				163885 (VAQ-130) crashed into S-3B 159733 on USS Enterprise Nov 8, 1998.
				163886 with VAQ-134 on USS George Herbert Walker Bush (CVW-8) in 2014
				163887 (VAQ-138) suffered total electrical and hydraulic failure during mission
					from USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74) Apr 6, 2007 and made emergency landing
					at Omani AFB Masirah.  Has been repaired and returned to service.
				163892 to AMARC Nov 2, 2009.
163893/163904		Grumman F-14D-165-GR Tomcat
				163893 to Arnold AFB, TN.  On display at main gate of Arnold AFB,
					Tullahoma, TN in 2007.  SOC Apr 4, 2006
				163895 SOC Apr 27, 2005
				163896 SOC Apr 25, 2005
				163897 to Aerospace Museum of California, Sacramento, CA Apr 1, 2006.
					SOC the same day
				163898 SOC Jan 11, 2005
				163899 SOC Oct 29, 2003
				163900 SOC Sep 22, 2005
				163901 (VF-213) crashed 60 mi E of Puerto Rico 2 mi short of USS Theodore Roosevelt Jan 26, 2003.
					Both crew ejected safely and were recovered.
				163902 SOC Spe 26, 2006.  To be displayed at Hickory, NC airport.
				163903 SOC Sep 21, 2005
				163904 SOC Sep 28, 2006.  To Pacific Aviation Museum, Ford Island, Hawaii
163905/163910		Sikorsky SH-60B Sea Hawk
				163905 to AMARC Feb 29, 2012.  SOC May 1, 2012.
				163908 (c/n 70-0656) to AMARC
163911/163916		Bell/Boeing MV-22 Osprey
				Full Scale Development (FSD), c/n D0001/D0006
				163911 preserved at MCAS New River, NC.
				163912 in flyable storage.
				163913 preserved at American Helicopter Museum, West Chester, PA.
				163914 w/o July 20, 1992 MCAS Quantico VA.  Four killed.
				163915 crashed on acceptance flight Jun 11, 1991, never accepted.
				163916 not completed, used for life-fire tesdt
163917			Cessna C-28A
				c/n 404-0085.  To AMARC as 7G0002 Jan 24, 1996.  Allocated civil
					registration number of N97BP June 2001 for US Border Patrol.
163918/163920		Boeing E-6A Hermes
				c/n 23891/23893.  Renamed Mercury
				163918 (VQ-4) suffered bird strike in #3 engine on takeoff from Offutt AFB Mar 26, 2010.  Aircraft landed safely
163921/163954		Bell AH-1W SeaCobra
				c/n 26246/26279.  For US Marine Corps. c/ns from helis.com
				163921 (c/n 26246) to Turkish Army as 10600 in Jul 1990
				163922 (c/n 26247) to Turkish Army as 10601 in Jul 1990
				163923 (c/n 26248) to Turkish Army as 10602 in 1991
				163924 (c/n 26249)
				163925 (c/n 26250) to Turkish Army as 10603 in 1991
				163926 (c/n 26251) converted to c/n 29153.  SOC Jul 14, 2009
				163927 (c/n 26252) converted to c/n 29136.  Crashed March 1, 1996 when tail rotor detached.
				163928 (c/n 26253) to Turkish Army as 10604 in 1991.  Crashed May 18, 1997 
				163929 (c/n 26254) (HMLA-167) crashed May 23, 1997.
				163930 (c/n 26255) converted to c/n 29137.  W/o Jan 31, 2000 with HMM-261 det HMLA-167 on USS Bataan.  
					SOC Mar 10, 2000.
				163933 (c/n 26258) converted to AH-1Z and reserialed 166478
				163935 SOC Nov 16, 2006
				163936 (c/n 26261) converted to c/n 29117
				163937 (c/n 26262) converted to c/n 29103
				163939 (c/n 25264) converted to c/n 29118.  Force landed in outskirts of Fallujah, Iraq Jun 24, 2004,
					probably after being hit by hostile fire.  Both crew rescued safely, fate of helicopter not known.
				163940 (c/n 26265) (HMLA-169) crashed in Iraq Apr 14, 2003.  While attacking
					arms caches on Samara Airfield, one cache exploded causing
					helicopter engine to stall and crash inverted.  Both crew
					suffered minor injuries, helo blow up in situ next day.
				163942 (c/n 26267) converted to c/n 29122
				163943 (c/n 26268) converted to c/n 29120
				163944 (c/n 26269) converted to c/n 29109
				163945 (c/n 26270) converted to c/n 29110
				163947 (c/n 26272) (HMLA-775) destroyed when collided with 164595 at Al Taqaddum, Iraq
					Mar 30, 2004.  No serious injuries.
				163950 (c/n 26275) converted to c/n 29115
				163954 (c/n 26279) converted to c/n 29119.  SOC Jan 20, 2012
163955/163984		Grumman A-6F Intruder
				contract cancelled
163985			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				converted to NF/A-18C in 1995
163986			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				converted to NF/A-18D in 1995.
163987/163988		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
163989			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
163990			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
163991			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
163992/163993		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
163994			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
163995/163996		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				163995 lost in midair with 164063 near
					NAS Fallon, NV Jan 17, 1996.
163997			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
163998/164000		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164001			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164002/164004		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				164004 (VFA-22) in cold catapult shot from USS Abraham Lincoln
					and crashed into North Arabian Sea Aug 24, 1991.  Pilot ejected.
164005			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164006/164008		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				164006 (VFA-27) damaged after incident on USS Independence and emergency
					landing at RAAF Williamtown, Australia Apr 2, 1997.  Noted still unrepaired at
					NAD North Island, CA Mar 2001.  Was apparently returned to service by Oct 2002.
				164007 (VX-9) in landing accident Dec 17, 2003 at NAWS China
					Lake, CA.  Pilot ejected safely.  Aircraft SOC Jul 8, 2005
				164008 (VMFAT-101) departed runway on landing at MCAS Miramar, California May 17, 2011.
164009			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164010			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164011			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164012/164013		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164014			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-29-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164015/164016		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				164015 (VFA-125) flew into water near USS Ranger Mar 27, 1992.
					Pilot killed.
164017			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
					(VMFAT-101) crashed into house in University City, San
					Diego, CA Dec 8 2008 while attempting emergency landing
					at MCAS Miramar due to loss of engine power.  Pilot ejected
					safely but 4 persons in the house were killed.
164018			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164019			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164020/164021		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				164021 (VFA-125) while making emergency landing at NAS Lemoore,
					CA Aug 27, 2007 wheel mount caught in wire causing
					Class A damage.  Pilot uninjured.
164022			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164023			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164024			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164025			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164026			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164027			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164028			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164029/164031		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				164031 (VFA-22) crashed in canyon May 7, 1992.  Pilot killed.
164032			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164033/164034		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				164033 (VFA-147) severely damaged as result of night ramp strike
					during recovery to USS Nimitz in Arabian Gulf Jul 12, 1991.
					Pilot ejected.
164035			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				164035 (VMFA(AW)-121) developed engine problems while
					attempting to refuel in flight and was attempting to 
					returnt Paya Lebar when control was lost and crashed
					in hilly jungle area in Tanjung Siang, Jahore State,
					southern Maysia May 29, 1992 while returning to MCAS
					Iwakuni, Japan from Paya Lebar, Singapore.  Pilot ejected
					and was rescued but WSO died of his injuries after ejection.
164036/164037		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164038			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164039			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164040			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-30-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				Damaged by inflight fire (VMFA-121) while deploying to Persian Gulf Jan 29, 1991.  Repaired.
164041/164042		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164043			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164044/164045		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				164044 (VFA-22) crashed into water after niight catapult
					launch from USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) Jan 28, 1995.
					Pilot killed.
				164045 (VMFA-314) damaged after F-14 ramp strike during carrrier
					landing on USS Abraham Lincoln Jul 20, 1993.  Repared.
164046			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164047/164048		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164049			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164050			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				164050 (VFA-22) suffered Class A collateral damage when an F-14
					hit the ramp Jul 20, 1993 during night landing aboard USS
					Abraham Lincoln.  Repaired.
164051			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164052			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164053			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164054/164055		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164056			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164057			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164058			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164059/164060		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164061			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164062/164063		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				164063 (VFA-22) lost in midair with 163995 near
					NAS Fallon, NV Jan 17, 1996.
164064			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				Crashed near NAS El Centro, Oct 5, 1995.  Cause was the
					ingestion of a large bird into an engine.
164065/164067		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
				164065 (VFA-94) crashed 10 nm N of Lone Pine, CA Oct 4, 1991.
					Pilot ejected.
164068			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-31-MC Hornet (Lot 12)
164069/164104		Sikorsky SH-60F Sea Hawk
				164071 SOC Apr 9, 2012.
				164073 SOC Mar 5, 2012
				164076 to Pensacola Naval Aviation Museum Sep 30, 2011.
				164078 to AMARC Oct 4, 2012
				164079 on display in 2012 at USS Midway Museum, San Diego, California.  On loan from NMNA at Pensacola, Florida.
				164080 to AMARC MAr 15, 2013
				164083 SOC Apr 5, 2012
				164084 SOC Apr 18, 2012
				164085 (HS-2 crashed into rice paddy near Banda Aceh,
					Sumatra Jan 10, 2005 while on tsunami relief.  4 crew and 6 UN
					personnel on board.  6 serious injuries, 4 minor injuries. 
					SOC Jun 22, 2005.
				164088 SOC Feb 20, 2009
				164093 (HS-4) ditched off South Korea Sep 3, 1994.
				164095 SOC Jul 31, 2012
				164097 SOC Apr 14, 2003.  Transferred to US Coast Guard as 6043.
				164099 c /n 70.1578 to AMARC Apr 3, 2013
				164101 to AMARC Apr 16, 2013
				164102 (HS-7) crashed in desert Fallon, NV May 29, 1998.  1 killed.
				164104 with Craven Community College Institute of Aeronautical Technology, Havelock North Carolina in Oct 2010.
164105/164106		Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
				Both transferred from USAF to US Marine Corps
				164105 (c/n 382-5147) ex-USAF 87-1976
				164106 (c/n 382-5149) ex USAF 87-1977.
164107			Grumman E-2C Hawkeye Group 1
				Model G-123.  C/n A139
164108/164112		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye Group 2
				Model G-123
				164108 c/n A140
				164109 c/n A141
				164110 c/n A142.  Listed as TE-2C on AMARC website.  SOC Feb 3, 2012
				164111 c/n A143
				164112 c/n A144.  With VAW-125, crew was unable to feather port
					propeller Feb 27, 2008 and attempted single-engined emergency
					landing at Chambers Field, NAS Norfolk, VA.  Aircraft landed
					short of runway and suffered Class A damage when nosewheel
					collapsed.  No crew injuries.  With VAW-120, starboard wing struck spinning prop of adjacent E-2C
					while on flight deck Dec 9, 2012.
164113/164114		McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B-16-MC Harrier II
				c/n T16, T17
164115/164116		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-15-MC Harrier II
				c/n 192, 193.
				164115 (VMA-311) crashed June 4, 1999 when caught fire during takeoff at Kadena
					AB, Okinawa, Japan and crashed into a ditch after pilot had
					ejected safely.  SOC Sept 2, 1999.
				164116 crashed Oct 24, 1997 into Pacific Oceah 200 m E of Iwakuni MCAS,
					Japan during post-maintenance check flight.
164117/164121		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-16-MC Harrier II
				c/n 194/198
				164118 (VMA-211) flew into sea near Cherry Point, NC
					Aug 19, 1992
				164119 (VMM-266) crashed at Pinecastle Target while conductin day CAS Jul 18, 2010.  Pilot ejected.
				164120 (VMA-211) crashed on Barry Goldwater range, AZ
					Apr 13, 1992 following collision with 164133.
164122			McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B-16-MC Harrier II
				c/n T18
164123/164135		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-17-MC Harrier II
				c/n 199/211
				164123 (VMFAT-203) crashed into Atlantic Ocean 20 mi From St. Augustine, FL
					during routine basic fighter maneuver training flight Dec 6, 2005.
					Pilot ejected safely and was recovered over 4 hours later, suffering
					from mild hypothermia.
				164124 (VMA-231) crashed into Pamlico River 30 mi NE of MCAS Cherry Point, NC Jul 22, 2002.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				164125 (VMA-211) crashed at Yuma May 12, 1993 following 
					engine failure.
				164127 (VMA-513) crashed into back yard of house 1 mi short of runway at
					MCAS Yuma, AZ Jun 15, 2005.  Pilot ejected safely, suffering minor
					injuries.  About 1300 houses were evacuated while live ordnance was
					removed from the wreckage.
				164129 became AV-8B+-17-MC radar integration aircraft
				164131 (VMA-311) w/o Apr 22, 1998.
				164132 crashed Oct 18, 1996 at Twentynine Palms Range, CA following
					engine failure.
				164133 (VMA-211) crashed on Barry Goldwater range, AZ
					Apr 13, 1992 following collision with 164120
				164135 crashed Jun 29, 1999 at unspecified location in CA during
					training mission.
164136/164138		McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B-16-MC Harrier II
				c/n T19/T21
				164136 and 164137 to Italian Navy  as MM55032, MM55033.
164139/164154		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II
				c/n 212/227
				164144 crashed on Yuma range Apr 15, 2000 due to inflight fire.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				164145 (VMA-211) caught fire and crashed at MCAS Twenty Nine
					Palms, CA Jun 21, 2000.  Pilote ejected safely.
				164147 (VMAT-203) pilot successfully ejected after engine failure in unpopulated desert area in Imperial
					County, California Jul 25, 2012
				164149 crashed Feb 11, 1998 while attempting to land at MCAS Yuma, AZ
				164150 (VMA-542) crashed in forested area 15 mi E of Bayboro, NC while returning
					to MCAS Cherry Point, NC Jul 14, 2005.  Pilot ejected, suffering
					minor injuries.
				164151 (HMM-365) crashed near Merrimon, NC following engine failure
					during training flight Feb 13, 2008.  Pilot ejected safely.
				164153 (HMM-264(R)) during Exercise Infinite Moonlight in Jordan
					May 25, 2007, aircraft dropped bomb in error near King Faisal
					AB, taking out AH-1W 162543 and damaging UH-1N 159196.
					164153 (VMAT-203 crashed in woods 1 mi SE of MCAS Cherry Point, NC
					Dec 29, 2008 while returning to base.  Pilot killed.
164155/164173		Beech T-34C Mentor
				164158 (c/n GL-338) in final TAW-4 flight at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas Jul 25, 2013.
				164159 SOC Jun 7, 2012.
				164165 to AMARC Jun 19, 2012.  SOC Jul 24, 2012
				164169 c/n GL-349
				164173 SOC Apr 30, 2012
164174/164179		Sikorsky SH-60B Sea Hawk
				164177 (c/n 70-1710)
				164179 on static display at Mayport NAS, FL.
164180/164181		Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
				Transferred to US Marine Corps from USAF
				164180 (c/n 382-5174) ex-USAF 88-1806
				164181 (c/n 382-5176) ex-USAF 88-1807
164182/164193		Grumman EA-6B
				contract cancelled
164194/164195		Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
				contract cancelled