US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (164196 to ???)


Last revised August 16, 2014




164196			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-32-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 959/D062.  Crashed into Atlantic Ocean 90 mi E of
					Jacksonville, FL May 15, 1992.  Solo pilot ejected safely
164197			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-32-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
					c/n 960/C192.
164198			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-32-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				C/n 961/DO63.  With VFA-106 suffered midair collision with 164215
					during air combat maneuvering Nov 23, 1996 off Georgia
					coast.  Both aircraft recovered at NAS Cecil Field, FL.
					(VFA-106) fell into Atlantic Ocean off Virginia Capes Sep 11, 2003
					after arrester wire broke during landing on USS George
					Washington.  Pilot ejected safely, but 12 members of
					flight deck crew were injured.
164199/164202		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-32-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164199 (c/n 962/C193.  (VFA-105) crashed Aug 9, 1996.
				164200 (c/n 963/C194)
				164201 (c/n 964/C195)
				164202 (c/n 965/C196)
164203			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-32-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 966/D064
164204/164206		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-32-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164204 (c/n 967/C197)
				164205 (c/n 968/C198).  With VFA-25 suffered dual bleed warning lights while airborne.  Extensive damage after
					safe recovery.
				164206 (c/n 969/C199) (VFA-136) damaged when fell from crane on USS George Washington.  Rebuilt.
164207			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-32-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164207 (c/n 970/D065) (VMFA(AW)-121) crashed into Yellow Sea 60 mi
					SW of Korean coast Feb 9, 1997.  Both crew killed.  
					G-induced loss of consciousness blamed.
164208/164210		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-32-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164208 (c/n 971/C200)
				164209 (c/n 972/C201)
				164210 (c/n 973/C202)
164211			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-32-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164211 (c/n 974/D066)
164212/164215		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-32-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164212 (c/n 975/C203) 
				164213 (c/n 976/C204) crashed with VFA-136 into mountain at night
					near Fallon, NV Aug 12, 1993.  Pilot killed.
				164215 (VFA-106) in midair collision with 164198 during air
					combat maneuvering Nov 23, 1996 off Georgia coast.
					Both aircraft recovered at NAS Cecil Field, FL.
164216			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-32-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 979/D067.  (VMFA-242)crashed after midair collision with 164692 during
					air combat maneuvering Sep 11, 2000.  Both crew killed.
164217/164218		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-32-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164217 c/n 980/C207
				164218 c/n 981/C208
164219			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-32-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 982/D068
164220/164223		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-33-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164220 (c/n 983/C209)
				164221 (c/n 984/C210)
				164222 (c/n 985/C211)
				164223 (c/n 986/C212)
164224			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-33-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 987/D069
164225/164227		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-33-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164225 c/n 988/C213
				164226 c/n 989/C214
				164227 c/n 990/C215
164228			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-33-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 991/D070
164229/164232		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-33-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164229 (c/n 992/C216)
				164230 (c/n 993/C217)
				164231 (c/n 994/C218)
				164232 (c/n 995/C219) with VFA-87, crashed after midair collision
					with another F/A-18C 164657 at night at Smit Valley,
					NV Oct 27, 2000.  Pilot ejected safely.  164657 landed safely
164233			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-33-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 996/D071.  With VMFAT-101 caught fire in the air and
					crashed at El Centro Range, CA May 9, 2000.  Both
					crew ejected safely.  SOC May 10, 2000.
164234/164236		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-33-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164234 (c/n 997/C220)
				164235 (c/n 998/C221) (VMFA-122) crashed into sea 13 mi off Lower Keys, FL
					Feb 21, 2006 during routine training flight.  Pilot
					ejected safely and was rescued.
				164236 (c/n 999/C222)
164237			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-33-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 1000/D072
164238/164240		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-33-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164238 (c/n 1001/C223)
				164239 (c/n 1002/C224)
				164240 (c/n 1003/C225)
164241			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-33-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 1004/D073
164242/164244		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-33-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164242 (c/n 1005/C226)
				164243 (c/n 1006/C227)
				164244 (c/n 1007/C228)
164245			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-33-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 1008/D074
164246/164248		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-33-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164246 (c/n 1009/C229)
				164247 (c/n 1010/C230)
				164248 (c/n 1011/C231) with VFA-105 crashed into sea off Vieques
					Range, Puerto Rico Aug 12, 1991.  Pilot killed.
164249			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-33-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 1012/D075
164250/164253		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-34-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164250 (c/n 1013/C232)
				164251 (c/n 1014/C233) (VFA-105) crashed Oct 23, 2001 due to engine fire
					20 mi W of Nellis Range, NV.  Pilot ejected safely
				164252 (c/n 1015/C234)
				164253 (c/n 1016/C235)
164254			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-34-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 1017/D076
164255/164258		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-34-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164255 (c/n 1018/C236)
				164256 (c/n 1019/C237)
				164257 (c/n 1020/C238) to VFA-113
				164258 (c/n 1021/C239)
164259			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-34-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 1022/D077
164260/164262		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-34-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164260 (c/n 1023/C240) with VFA-37 crashed into sea at night off
					Vieques Range, Puerto Rico Jul 24, 1992.  Pilot killed.
				164261 (c/n 1024/C241)
				164262 (c/n 1025/C242)
164263			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-34-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 1026/D078
164264/164266		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-34-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164264 (c/n 1027/C243)
				164265 (c/n 1028/C244)
				164266 (c/n 1029/C245) with VFA-25 stuck throttle in flight and
					flamed out at NAS Lemoore, CA Sep 5, 2003.  Pilot ejected
					short of runway.
164267			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-34-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 1030/D079.  With VFA-125 crashed into sea off Florida Keys Feb 6, 2006 while
					returning to NAS Key West from training mission.  Pilot
					ejected safely.
164268/164271		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-34-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164268 (c/n 1031/C246)
				164269 (c/n 1032/C247) (VMFA-122) departed runway while landing at MCAS Beaufort,
					SC Jun 28, 2004, ran into wooded area and overturned.
					Pilot survived the crash but died in hospital later that day.
				164270 (c/n 1033/C248)
				164271 (c/n 1034/C249)
164272			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-34-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 1035/D080
164273/164278		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-34-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				164273 (c/n 1036/C250) with VMFA-312 suffered collateral damage when
					EA-6B crashed into S-3 during night landing aboard USS 
					Enterprise Nov 8, 1998, causing 4 fatalities.
				164274 (c/n 1037/C251)
				164275 (c/n 1038/C252)
				164276 (c/n 1039/C253)
				164277 (c/n 1040/C254)
				164278 (c/n 1041/C255)
164279			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-34-MC Hornet (Lot 13)
				c/n 1042/D081
164280/164339		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C/D Hornet
				contract cancelled
164340/164351		Grumman F-14D-170-GR Tomcat
				164340 c/n 615/D-20 (VF-31) crashed after midair collision with 159635 south
					of San Diego, CA 1/13/1995.  Both crews ejected safely and
					were rescued.
				164341 c/n 616/D-21 (VF-213) during familiarizaton flight from NAS Fallon, NV Nov 6, 2002, backseater
					accidently fired his ejection seat.  He landed safely without injury.  The aircraft
					was damaged, but returned successfully to NAS Fallon.  Made last operational catapult launch of F-14 in
					US Navy servicce from USS Theodore Roosevelt in Western Atlantic Jul 28, 2006.  To AMARC as
					1K0200 Sep 20, 2006.  SOC Nov 29, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				164342 (c/n 617/D-22) SOC Sep 28, 2006.  To Wings over Miami Museum, Miami, FL
				164343 (c/n 618/D-23) SOC Sep 18, 2006.  To Evergreen Air Museum, McMinnville, OR
				164344 (c/n 619/D24) (VF-31) crashed into Pacific Ocean off California Mar 29, 2004.
					Both crew ejected safely.
				164345 (c/n 620/D-25) to AMARC as AK0199 Sep 15, 2006.  SOC Nov 29, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				164346 (c/n 621/D-26) SOC Sep 18, 2006.  At Virginia Aviation Museum, Richmond, VA
				164347 (c/n 622/D-27) to AMARC as 1K0196 Mar 28, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				164348 (c/n 623/D-28) to AMARC as 1K0197 Mar 28, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				164349 (c/n 624/D-29) to AMARC as 1K0198 Apr 4, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				164350 (c/n 625/D-30) SOC Sep 28, 2006.  To Palmdale Heritage Airpark, Palmdale, CA in 2006.  Supposedly
					going to Lone Star Flight Museum.
				164351 (c/n 626/D-31) (VF-2) missing over Bay of Bengal Aug 9, 2001 during night sortie
					from USS Constellation.  Crew presumed killed.
164352/164357		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye Group 2
				Model G-123
				164356 and 164357 cancelled
				164352 c/n A145
				164353 c/n A146.  To VAW-77
				164354 (c/n A147, VAW-116) SOC Jan 23, 2001.  An E-2C of this unit was badly damaged in belly landing at
					NAWC Point Mugu May 9, 2000.  164354 now reported as w/o May 9, 2000,
					so it is likely that it was this aircraft that was involved.
				164355 (c/n A148)
164358/164371		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
				164359 (11th MEU/HMM-166 (reinforced)/HMH-466) damaged in ground collision with
					another helicopter at Paya Lebar, Singapore Jul 16, 2002.  Repaired
					and seen active with HMH-465 Oct 2006.
				164368/164371 cancelled
164372/164375		Sikorsky MH-53E Sea Dragon
				Contract cancelled
164376/164385		Grumman A-6E Intruder
				c/n I-716/725
				164376 to AMARC as 5A0238 Jan 9, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				164377 to AMARC as 5A0254 March 26, 1997.  On display.  SOC Jun 14, 2002
				164378 was given to Hampton University, near Newport News, VA.  Rescued by a
					Marine Association at Cherry Point, NC and refurbished.
				164379 to AMARC as 5A0195 Jun 24, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				164380 to AMARC as 5A0192 Jul 24, 1996.  SOC Dec 5, 2000.
				164381 to AMARC as 5A0240 Jan 21, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.
				164382 to AMARC as 5A0253 Mar 21, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.
				164383 to AMARC as 5A0234 Dec 13, 1996.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.
				164384 to AMARC as 5A0253 Jan 24, 1997.  SOC Jun 14, 2002.  To Grumman Memorial Park, Calverton, NY
				164385 lost in midair collisin with 161682 (formation incident) Sep 8, 1993.  All 4 crewmen survived.
164386/164388		Boeing E-6A Hermes
				c/n 23894, 24500, 24501.  Renamed Mercury. All modified to E-6B
164389/164400		Bell V-22 Osprey
				Contract cancelled
164401/164402		Grumman EA-6B-135-GR ICAP II Block 86 Prowler
				c/n P168/P169. 
				164402 to AMARC Apr 17, 2013
164403 			Grumman EA-6B-135-GR ICAP II Block 89 Prowler
				c/n P170.  Crashed into Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Point Lookout,
					NC Nov 21, 2001 with VMAQ-1.  All four crew ejected safely and were
					recovered.
164404/164410		Boeing E-6A Hermes
				c/n 24502, 24504/24509.  Renamed Mercury.  All modified to E-6B
				164406 modified to E-6B
164411/164414		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-34-MC Hornet
				Contract cancelled
164415			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-34-MC Hornet
				Contract cancelled
164416/164421		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C-34-MC Hornet
				Contract cancelled
164422			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D-34-MC Hornet
				Contract cancelled
164423/164440		Sikorsky SH-60F
				contract cancelled
164441/164442		Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
				c/n 5219, 5222
164443/164460		Sikorsky SH-60F Sea Hawk
				c/n 701680/701697
				164443 (c/n 701680) on display at NAS Jacksonville Heritage Part Jun 2010, on loan from National Museum of 
					Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				164444 to AMARC Oct 5, 2011.  SOC Jan 5, 2012
				164445 (c/n 701682) SOC Oct 3, 2007.  Transferred to US Coast Guard as 6044.
				164446 (HSL-51) is used as personal transport of commanding officer of US 7th Fleet
				164447 to AMARC Apr 23, 2013
				164451 (c/n 701688) to Spain as HT.23-13-10013
				164452 to AMARC Sep 20, 2012
				164454 (c/n 701691) to Spain as HT.23-14-10014
				164456 to National Museum of Naval Aviation.  Now stored at NAS Fallon, Nevada where it will go on display.
				164457 SOC Apr 13, 2012
				164458 SOC Mar 12, 2012
				164459 to AMARC Apr 23, 2013
				164460 to AMARC Apr 23, 2013
164461/164466		Sikorsky SH-60B Sea Hawk
				164461 (c/n 701762) to AMARC Feb 29, 2012.  SOC May 2, 2012
				164462 (c/n 701765) SOC Nov 16, 2012.  On display at NAS Whiting Field, Florida
				164463 c/n 701794.  (HSL-43) crashed into northern Arabian Gulf 80 mi W of Bushehr, Iran while
					operating from USS Mobile Bay guided missile cruiser Sep 6, 2002.  Rotor
					struck mast of Syrian-flagged vessel undergoing inspection.  4 crewmembers
					not seriously injured, but civilian TV cameraman aboard was killed.
				164464 (c/n 701795) 
				164465 (c/n 701796)
				164466 (c/n 701797)
164467/164469		Sikorsky SH-60F Ocean Hawk
				cancelled contract, serials reassigned.
164467/164469		Lockheed P-3C Orion
				164467 (c/n 5825) to AMARC as 2P0075 Jan 22, 1992.  For Pakistan as 25 Jan 15, 1997, later reserialled 81.
					Heavily damaged in Taliban attack on a PNS Mehran in Karachi, Pakisdan May 22, 2011.
				164468 (c/n 5826) to AMARC as 2P0076 Jan 22, 1992.  For Pakistan as 26 Jan 8, 1997, later reserialled 82.
				164469 (c/n 5827) to AMARC as 2P0077 Jan 22, 1992.  For Pakistan Nov 19, 1996 as 27, later reserialled 83,
					Crashed with 28 Sqdn near Pasni, Pakistan Oct 29, 1999.
164470/164482		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
				Contract cancelled.
164483/164518		Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				Model G-123
				164483 c/n A149.  Has been fitted with 8-bladed NP2000 propellers.  To VAW-77
				164484 c/n A150.  Has been SOC
				164485 c/n A151
				164486 c/n A152.  To VAW-77
				164487 c/n A153.  To VAW-77
				164488 c/n A154
				164489/164491 to Japan
				164492 c/n A155
				164493 c/n A156
				164494 c/n A157.  In 2014 was on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, Florida.
				164495 c/n A158
				164496 c/n A159. Has been fitted with 8-bladed propellers.
				164497 c/n A163
				164498/164518 cancelled
164519/164523		McDonnell Douglas/General Dynamics A-12A Avenger II
				Contract cancelled
164524/164525		DeHavilland U-6A Beaver
				From USDA - 164524 used for spares.
				164525 (c/n 492) received from Maine Forestry Service and used by Navak Test Pilot School as tug for X-26A.  
164526/164535		McDonnell Douglas/General Dynamics A-12A Avenger II
				Contract cancelled
164536/164539		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
				164536 (HMH-361) crashed near Ar Rutbah, Iraq Jan 26, 2005 during sandstorm.
					All 31 onboard killed.
				164539 with HMH-463 Kaneohe Bay
164540/164542		McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B-18-MC Harrier II 
				c/n T22/T24
				164540 (VMAT-204) crashed on approach to MCAS Cherry Point, NC Feb 2, 2001.  SOC Feb 2, 2001,
					the day before.  Two crew killed.
				164541 (VMAT-203) crashed at Rocky Mount, NC 
					Jan 14, 1995 due to birdstrike.  Both crew ejected safely.
164543/164547		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B-18(NA)-MC Harrier II 
				c/n 228/232
				164543 (VMA-211) crashed Mar 25, 1996 into grapefruit field 5 mi from MCAS Yuma, AZ
					due to engine fire.  Pilot ejected safely
				164547 (VMA-214) crashed into Indian Ocean near Somalia off USS 
					Essex Jan 30, 1995
164548/164562		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B+-19-MC Harrier II Plus
				c/n 233/247
				164548 (Naval Weapons Test Squadron) crashed Jun 17, 1996 in unknown circumstances
				164550 (VMA-542) crashed Oct 16, 1997 near Wright Patterson
					AFB, OH after engine fire on takeoff.  Pilot ejected safely.
				164555 (VMA-542) crashed Aug 11, 1997 60 miles southeast of
					Yuma, Az during training exercise.  Pilot
					ejected safely.
				164561 (24th MEU/HMM263/VMA-231) crashed into Onslow Bay off North Carolina June 22, 2002.
					Pilot ejected safely and was recovered.
164563/164565		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B+-19-MC Harrier II Plus
				 	c/n 248/250.  To Italian Navy as MM7199/MM7201
164566/164571		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B+-19-MC Harrier II Plus
				c/n 251/256
				164568 ditched May 2, 1999 in Adriatic Sea 25 mi E of Brindisi, Italy while
					attempting to land on return from training mission. Pilot ejected
					safely.  SOC May 14, 1999.
				164570 with VMA-211 destroyed in Taliban attack on Fort Bastion, Afghanistan Sep 14, 2012
164572/164578		Bell AH-1W SeaCobra
				For US Marine Corps. C/ns from Helis.com
				164572 (c/n 26280) converted to c/n 29114.
				164573 (c/n 26281)
				164574 (c/n 26282)
				164575 (c/n 26283) converted to c/n 29157
				164576 (c/n 26284) converted to c/n 29150
				164577 (c/n 26926) SOC on site Apr 2008
				164578 (c/n 26927) converted to c/n 29160.
164579/164583		Beech T-44B
				c/n LL.62/LL.66.  Contract cancelled.
164584/164585		Rockwell/MBB X-31
				164584 w/o Jan 19, 1995, test pilot Karl Lang ejected 
					safely.  Cause attributed to pitot icing.
				164585 SOC May 29, 2003, airlifted to Munich Jun 22, 2003 for Flugwerft Schleissheim Museum.
164586/164596		Bell AH-1W SeaCobra
				C/n 26285/26295.  For US Marine Corps.  
				164586 (c/n 26285)
				164587 (c/n 26286) converted to c/n 29163
				164588 (c/n 26287) converted to c/n 29166.
				164589 (c/n 26288, HMLA-775, Det 1) crashed in southern TX Jan 22, 2003 in collision with 
					165327
				164590 (c/n 26289) with HMA-775, w/o Sep 8, 1993
				164591 (c/n 26290) converted to c/n 29148.  (HMLA-169) struck surface of Al Habbaniyah Lake in Iraq and 
					crashed during post-maintenance check flight May 27, 2006.  Both crew killed.  AFM 10/2006
				164592 (c/n 26291)
				164593 (c/n 26292)
				164594 (c/n 26293)
				164595 (c/n 26294) converted to c/n 29146.  (HMLA-775) destroyed when collided with 163947 at Al Taqaddum, Iraq
					Mar 30, 2004.  No serious injuries.
				164596 (c/n 26295) converted to c/n 29154.  With HMLA-469 collided with Coast Guard HC-130H 1705 off San 
					Clemente Oct 29, 2009.  2 on helicopter and 7 on HC-130H killed.
164597/164598		Lockheed KC-130T-30 Hercules
				c/n 5260,5263
164599/164604		Grumman F-14D-170-GR Tomcat
				164599 (c/n 627) to AMARC as 1K0150 Jun 23, 2004.  SOC Apr 20, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				164600 SOC Jun 16, 2003
				164601 SOC Sep 20, 2005.  In 2005 was in Castle Air Museum in restoration hangar being prepared
					for display in the museum.  Date of delivery to museum was Sep 20, 2005.  On
					display there Jun 2006
				164602 (c/n 630) to AMARC as 1K0195 Mar 28, 2006.  SOC Jul 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				164603 flown in to Republic AP, East Farmingdale, NY Oct 4, 2006.  SOC the
					same day.  Owned by National Museum of Naval Aviation but 
					on loan to Grumman Retirees Club and to be displayed at Bethpage.
				164604 in service January 2004 with VX-9 Detachment at NBVC 
					Point Mugu, CA in all-black colour scheme. Aircraft has served with VX-9 from 
					new, has never landed on a carrier nor fired its gun.  Departed Point
					Mugu Jun 26, 2004 for preservation as NAS Oceana, VA.  Now at
					at NAS Norfolk stipped of black paint and Playboy logo.  It
					now carries VF143 logos and is on static display at NAS Oceana.
164605/164608		McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain II
				Ex-commercial DC-9-33 
				164605 c/n 47545 ex EC-BYL.  Named "City of Memphis" with VR-60 in Jul 1992.  To AMARC as 4C0004 Jun 9, 2005.  
					SOC Oct 17, 2005
				164606 c/n 47496 ex EC-BYM.  Named "City of Millington" with VR-60 in Jul 1992.   SOC Sep 27, 2007
				164607 c/n 47428 ex  EC-BYK. Named "City of Seattle" with VR-61 in Jul 1992.  SOC Jun 3, 2005.  In 2010 was on 
					display at Pima Air And Space Museum
				164608 c/n 47656 EC-BYN.  Named "City of Oak Harbor" with VR-61 in Apr 1993.  Noted at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, 
					Maryland in Oct 2010.
164609/164620		Sikorsky SH-60F Ocean Hawk
				164610 (c/n 70.1799)
				164611 (HS-14) crashed March 15, 1995.
				164612 (HS-7) struck power lines on training exercise at night
					in desert near Fallon, NV May 7, 2007.  5 killed.
				164613 (c/n 70.1802)
				164614 to AMARC Jul 18, 2012
				164616 struck off Apr 6, 1993 before delivery, not accepted.
				164617 to AMARC Apr 16, 2013
				164618 to AMARC Jul 18, 2012
				164620 SOC Feb 1, 2012
164621/164626		Grumman E-2C Hawkeye Group 2
				Model G-123.  For FMS.
				164621 to JASDF as 34-3459
				164622 to JASDF as 34-3460
				164623 to JASDF as 34-3461
				164624 to JASDF as 44-3462
				164625 to JASDF as 44-3463.
				164626 was sold to Egypt to replace one that crashed.  Returned
					to USA Oct 2005 for upgrade to Hawkeye 2000 standard.  
					Returned to Egypt Dec 2006.
164627/164648		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 35 Hornet (Lot 14)
				164630 painted as original prototype Hornet and flew as such
					Nov 18, 2008, 30th anniversary of first prototype flight.
					To VFA-106 Nov 21, 2008.
				164642 (VFA-25) struck ramp in night landing on USS Ronald
					Reagan (CVN 76)  Jan 28, 2006 about 120 mi SE of Brisbane,
					Australia.  Pilot ejected safely and was recovered.  Aircraft
					fell into the sea.  AFM Apr 2006
164649/164653		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 36 Hornet (Lot 14)
				164649 transferred from VX-31 to NASA Dryden and redesignated NF/A-18D.  
					SOC Sep 4, 2003
				164652 (c/n 1076/D085)  Evaluated by Finnish Air Force in February 1992.
164654/164655		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 36 Hornet (Lot 14)
				This and subsequent aircraft used GE F404-GE-402 Enhanced Performance
					Engines.
164656			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 36 Hornet (Lot 14)
164657/164658		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 36 Hornet (Lot 14)
				164657 with VFA-87 in midair collision at night with 164232 at Smith
					Creek Valley, 55 mi E of NAS Fallon, NV.  Landed safely.
					(VFA-15) crashed near Middlegate, NV Jun 13, 2008 following
					collision with F-5F 160965.  Pilot killed.
164659			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 36 Hornet (Lot 14)
164660/164661		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 36 Hornet (Lot 14)
164662			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 36 Hornet (Lot 14)
164663/164664		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 36 Hornet (Lot 14)
				164664 ran off runway while landing at RAAF Base Pearce, Western Australia Jan 17, 2003,
					suffering Class A damage.
164665			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 36 Hornet (Lot 14)
				c/n 1095/D090.  With VMFA(AW)-242 lost control and crashed
					at Yuma, AZ Jan 10, 2000.  Both crew ejected safely.
164666			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 36 Hornet (Lot 14)
				Crashed during normal training operation 75 mi NE of Raysut, Oman in the wall of
					so-called 'Star Wars Canyon' Sept 14, 1997.  Pilot killed
164667			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 36 Hornet (Lot 14)
164668/164669		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 36 Hornet (Lot 14)
164670			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
164671			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
164672			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
				c/n 1102/D093
164673			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
164674			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
164675/164676		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
164677			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
164678			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
				(VFA-15) suffered engine fire while operating from USS Enterprise
					in northern Indian Ocean Sep 19, 2001.
164679			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
164680/164682		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
				164681 (VFA-25) crashed into Persian Gulf off USS Abraham Lincoln Sept 29, 2000
				164682 (VFA-113) suffered dual engine fire after touch and go aboard CVN-76 in Arabian Sea Apr 11, 2011.  
					Recoverd aboard.
164683			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
164684			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
				164684 (VFA-25) crashed into ground 10 nm SW of NAS Fallon,
					NV Sep 9, 1992
164685			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
164686/164687		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
164688			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
164689			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
				164689 (VFA-15) crashed at Raleigh-Durham IAP, NC Mar 26, 2004.
					Aircraft veered off runway during takeoff and burst into flames.
					Pilot ejected safely, suffering only minor injuries.
164690			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
164691			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
164692			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 37 Hornet (Lot 14)
				Crashed on Barry Goldwater Range Sept 11, 2000 with VMFA-242.
164693			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 38 Hornet (Lot 15)
164694			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 38 Hornet (Lot 15)
				VMFA(AW)-224 crashed into Atlantic Ocean 35 mi E of St Helena Sound, SC Mar 10, 2010 after dual engine fire.
					Two crew ejected and were picked up.
164695/164698		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 38 Hornet (Lot 15)
				164695 (VFA-97) crashed into sea following catapult shot from
					USS Carl Vinson Nov 18, 1994.  Pilot ejected safely.
				164696 to AMARC Mar 20, 2013
				164697 (VFA-151) lost control and crashed in Pacific Ocean Apr 3, 1996
					50 mi SW of Monterey, CA.  Pilot ejected safely and was recovered.
164699			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 38 Hornet (Lot 15)
164700/164701		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 38 Hornet (Lot 15)
				164700 (VFA-151) while carrying out a training mission from USS
					Abraham Lincoln Aug 26, 2004, pilot was forced to divert
					to NAS North Island, CA due to a technical problem.
					Main runway was closed so he had to use a shorter runway
					with no barrier or cable.  Brake failure during landing
					caused aircraft to run off end of runway and come to rest
					almost totally submerged in San Diego Bay.  Pilot ejected
					safely.  SOC Jul 7, 2005
164702			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 38 Hornet (Lot 15)
164703/164704		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 38 Hornet (Lot 15)
				164704 to AMARC Apr 11, 2013
164705			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 38 Hornet (Lot 15)
164706/164708		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 38 Hornet (Lot 15)
				164706 (VFA-151) lost control during air combat maneuvering
					and crashed near Lone Pine,CA May 21, 1993.  Pilot ejected safely.
				164708 (VMFA-323) crashed on day training exercise at NAS Fallon, Nevada Mar 1, 2014.  Pilot killed.
164709/164710		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 39 Hornet (Lot 15)
164711			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 39 Hornet (Lot 15)
164712/164713		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 39 Hornet (Lot 15) 
164714			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 39 Hornet (Lot 15)
164715/164716		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 39 Hornet (Lot 15)
				164715 to AMARC Feb 25, 2013
164717			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 39 Hornet (Lot 15)
164718/164722		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 39 Hornet (Lot 15)
				164721 (VMFA-323) crashed in Iraq May 2, 2005 during sortie
					from USS Carl Vinson.  Believed to have collided with
					164732.  Pilot killed.  AFM 7/2005
164723			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 39 Hornet (Lot 15)
164724			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 39 Hornet (Lot 15)
					164724 (VMFA-323) pilot ejected after dual engine bleed problem Sep 1, 2012.  Plane crashed on Bureau of
					Land Management property.
164725/164725		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 40 Hornet (Lot 15)
				164725 (VMFA-323) crashed into North Arabian Sea Mar 20, 2007
					while operating from USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74).
					Pilot ejected safely and was rescued. AFM 5/2007.  SOC
					Mar 20, 2007, so reported sighting in Jun 2007 is
					probably in error.
164726			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 40 Hornet (Lot 15)
164727/164728		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 40 Hornet (Lot 15)
				164728 (VMFA-323) crashed 15 mi NE of NAF El Centro, CA Apr 2, 1996.
					Pilot ejected safely.
164729			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 40 Hornet (Lot 15)
164730/164734		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 40 Hornet (Lot 15)
				164732 (VMFA-323) crashed in Iraq May 2, 2005 during sortie
					from USS Carl Vinson.  Believed to have collided with
					164721.  Pilot killed.  AFM 7/2005
164735			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 40 Hornet (Lot 15)
164736/164737		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 40 Hornet (Lot 15)
				164736 to VMAF-323
				164737 (c/n 1193) with VFA-151 crashed into water after night
					catapult launch from USS Constellation Oct 20, 2000.
					Pilot killed.
164738			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 40 Hornet (Lot 15)
164739/164740		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 40 Hornet
164741/164758		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C/D Hornet
				contract cancelled
164759/164760		Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
				contract cancelled
164761			Cessna C-28A
				c/n 404-0124.  To AMARC as 7G0001 Jan 24, 1996.  Allocated civil
					registration number of N96BP June 2001 for US Border Patrol.
164762/164763		Lockheed C-130T Hercules
				164762 (c/n 382-5255)
				164763 (c/n 382-5258) replaced 151891 as Blue Angels support ship Nov 2002.
164764/164775		Sikorsky MH-53E Sea Dragon
				164774 and 164775 cancelled
				164772 SOC Aug 10, 2000.
164776/164791		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
				164777 (HMH-464) studdered tail strike on berm at Bastion Airfield Aug 15, 2011
				164782 (HMM-166/HMH-465) crashed in Iraq Aug 22, 2002.
				164785 (HMH-465) damaged when rolled onto side after hard 
					emergency landing in Al Anbar province, Iraq Dec 11, 2006.
					18 out of 21 onboard injured, one fatally.  Was not repaired
					and SOC Dec 16, 2006.
164792/164795		Sikorsky MH-53E Sea Dragon
				164792 (HM-15) crashed and caught fire 4 mi S of NAS Corpus Christi,
					TX Jan 26, 2008 during routine training mission in foggy
					weather.  3 of 4 onboard killed.
				164793 (HM-14) crashed and burned after emergency landing due to engine fire 5 mi from Pohang in southern 
					South Korea Jun 29, 2012.  No injuries to crew.
				164794 and 164795 cancelled
164796/164807		Sikorsky SH-60F Ocean Hawk
				164805/164807 cancelled
				164797 to AMARC Mar 15, 2013.
				164798 to AMARC Oct 4, 2012
				164800 c/n 70.1844
				164801 c/n 70.1847
				164802 c/n 70.1848.  To AMARC Jul 18, 2012
				164803 to AMARC Jul 6, 2012.  SOC Sep 22, 2012
				164804 c/n 70.1950 transferred to US Coast Guard as 6045
164808/164819		Sikorsky SH-60B Seahawk
				164808 to AMARC Nov 29, 2012
				164812 c/n 70.2233
				164814 c/n 70-2235 to AMARC
				164815 c/n 70-2236 to AMARC
				164816 c/n 70-2237
				164817 c/n 70-2238 to AMARC
				164818 c/n 70-2239 to AMARC Apr 25, 2013
164820/164830		Sikorsky HH-60J Block 16(3) Jayhawk
				164820 (c/n 70.1954) transferred to US Coast Guard as 6033
				164821 (c/n 70.1955) transferred to US Coast Guard as 6034
				164822 (c/n 70.1956) transferred to US Coast Guard as 6035
				164823 (c/n 70.1957) transferred to US Coast Guard as 6036
				164824 (c/n 70.1958) transferred to US Coast Guard as 6037
				164825 (c/n 70.1959) transferred to US Coast Guard as 6038
				164826 (c/n 70.2281) transferred to US Coast Guard as 6040
				164829 and 164830 cancelled.
164831/164846		Sikorsky HH-60H Seahawk
				164844 w/o Oct 25, 1995.  There is a report that it crashed in the
					Gulf in 1998.
164847/164858		Sikorsky SH-60B Seahawk
				164849/57 (c/n 70-1932/40)
				164851 to AMARC
				164856 (HSL-46) crashed Jan 8, 1997.
				164857 to AMARC
164859/164860		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
164861/164864		Sikorsky MH-53E Sea Dragon
				164864 (c/n 65-620)
164865			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
164866			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
164867			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
				Crashed on Barry M. Goldwater Range, Yuma, AZ during
					training mission Oct 5, 2000.  Pilot ejected safely.
164868			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
				Crashed wth FMFA(AW)-533 in Atlantic Ocean 22 mi S of Charleston, SC
					Jul 7, 2000.  Both crew ejected and were rescued.
164869			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
164870			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
164871			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
164872			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
				Damaged in landing accident Feb 17, 2002 at Twenty Nine Palms
164873			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
164874			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
164875			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
164876			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
164877			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
				164877 (VMFA-251) sustained Class A damage in flight deck incident
					aboard USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67) Jun 27, 1999.  Rebuilt
164878			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
					With VMFA(AW)-224 at NAS Iwakuni in 2010
164879			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
164880			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
164881			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
164882			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 41 Hornet (Lot 16)
164883			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 42 Hornet (Lot 16)
				164883 (VMFA-251) while flying from USS George Washington
					(CVN-73) dropped two Mk 82 bombs on Vieques target observation
					post, killing civilian observer Apr 19, 1999.
164884			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 42 Hornet (Lot 16)
164885			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 42 Hornet (Lot 16)
164886			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 42 Hornet (Lot 16)
164887			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 42 Hornet (Lot 16)
164888			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 42 Hornet (Lot 16)
164889/164897		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 42 Hornet (Lot 16)
				164889 (c/n 1221/C350)
				164890 (VMFA-251) collided with 164894 over Persian Gulf,
					Feb 6, 1998.  Both aircraft crashed 80 mi E of Kuwait City.
					Pilot recovered.
				164893 (VMFA-251) crashed into mountain near Cold Springs, NV
					Mar 24, 1995 in bad weather.  Pilot killed.
				164894 (VMFA-251) collided with 164890 over Persian Gulf
					Feb 6, 1998.  Both aircraft crashed 80 mi E of Kuwait City.
					Pilot killed.
164898			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 43 Hornet (Lot 16)
164899/164900		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 43 Hornet (Lot 16)
164901			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 43 Hornet (Lot 16)
164902/164912		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 43 Hornet (Lot 16)
				164904 (VMFA-121) crashed in Australian bush at Manbulloo
					Station  Sep 14, 2004 while in holding pattern prior to
					landing at Tindal AB.  Pilot ejected and was injured.
164913/164938		Bell AH-1W SeaCobra
				C/n 26701, 26703/26727.  For Taiwan as 501/526
				164927 (Taiwan Army 515) struck building during training 
					flight Jul 16, 2008 and crashed into narrow lane at Lungtan.
					Both crew members later died.
				164938 (526) crashed into Techim Reservoir, Taichung
					County, Taiwan. Jul 17, 1999.  2 crew killed.
164939/164944		Bell-Boeing MV-22B Osprey
				c/n D0007/D0012 - Full Scale Production EMD models
				164939 (c/n D0007) SOC Oct 4, 2007.  To USAF as 4939
				164940 (c/n D0008)
				164941 (c/n D0009) taken on charge by US Navy in 2007.  To USAF as 4942
				164942 (c/n D0010)  grounded mid 2000 as maintenance trainer.  SOC Apr 3, 2006
				164943 and 164944 cancelled.
164945			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 44 Hornet (Lot 17)
164946			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 44 Hornet (Lot 17)
164947			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 44 Hornet (Lot 17)
164948			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 44 Hornet (Lot 17)
164949			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 44 Hornet (Lot 17)
				164949 (VMFA(AW)-224) crashed into water during night close
					air support at Piney Island Bombing Range, NC Sept 15, 1997.
					Both crew killed.
164950			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 44 Hornet (Lot 17)
				164950 (c/n 1250/C374)
164951			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 44 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1251/D131
164952			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 44 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1252/C375
164953			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 44 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1253/D132
164954			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 44 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1254/C376
164955			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 44 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1255/D133
164956			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 44 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1256/C377
164957			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 45 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1257/D134
164958			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 45 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1258/C378
164959			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 45 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1259/D135
164960			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 45 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1260/C379
164961			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 45 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1261/D136
164962			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 45 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1262/C380
164963			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 45 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1263/D137.  164963 (VMFA-533) crashed at sea shortly after takeoff from
					MCAS Beaufort Mar 7, 1996. Both crew killed.
164964			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 45 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1264/C381
164965			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 45 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1265/D138
164966			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 45 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1266/C382
164967			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Block 45 Hornet (Lot 17)
				c/n 1267/D139
164968			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 45 Hornet (Lot 17)
164969/164980		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 46 Hornet (Lot 17)
				164974 (VFA-195) shot down in error by Patriot missile 50 mi from Karbala, Iraq Apr 3, 2003 during
					Operation Iraqi Freedom.
				164977 (VFA-195) crashed into sea 400 mi SE of Guam Jul 30, 2007 while
					on routine training flight from USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63).  Pilot
					ejected safely (AFM 10/2007)
164981/164992		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Hornet
				Contract cancelled
164993/164998		Lockheed C-130T Hercules
				164993 (c/n 382-5298)
				164994 (c/n 382-5299) with VR-53 suffered class A damage due to
					hailstorm while parked at Andrews AFB, MD May 31, 2008
				164995 (c/n 382-5300) with VR-53 suffered class A damage due to
					hailstorm while parked at Andrews AFB, MD May 31, 2008
				164996 (c/n 382-5301) damaged in storm at Fort Worth NAS JRB, TX Jun 1, 2004.
					Wing were replaced with that of 64-0514.  Made first flight after repair
					with new wing Jul 12, 2005.
				164997 (c/n 382-5304) with VR-53 suffered class A damage due to
					hailstorm while parked at Andrews AFB, MD May 31, 2008
				164998 (c/n 382-5305)
164999/165000		Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
				164999 (c/n 382-5302)
				165000 (c/n 382-5303) damaged in storm at Fort Worth NAS JRB, TX Jun 1, 2004.
					Repaired.
165001/165006		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B(+)-21-MC Harrier II Plus
				c/n 257/262
				165005 (24th MEU/HMM-365/VMA-542) landed in Mediterranean Sea
					north of Crete Jul 2, 2006 during nighttime ship-controlled
					landing approach to USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7).  Pilot ejected
					safely and was rescued.
				165006 (VMA-513) suffered engine FOD damage upon post-flight inspection Jan 26, 2013.
165007/165027		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II
				165007/165019 AV-8B-22-MC+ c/n IT001/IT013 for Italian Navy 
					as MM7212/MM7224
				165010/165022 assembled in Italy by Alenia.
				165025/165027 cancelled.
165028/165035		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II
				For Spanish Navy as VA.1B-25/01-914 to VA.1B-32/01-921,
					original serials were VA.2-14 to VA.2-21. 
				Assembled in Spain by CASA
165036			McDonnell Douglas TAV-8B Harrier II
				For Spain
165037/165056		Bell AH-1W Lot VI Super Cobra
				For US Marine Corps.  C/ns from Helis.com
				165037 (c/n 26299) FMS to Turkish Army as 10605 in 1993
				165038 (c/n 26300) FMS to Turkish Army as 10606 in 1993
				165039 (c/n 26301) FMS to Turkish Army as 10607 in 1993
				165040 (c/n 26302) FMS to Turkish Army as 10608 in Jan 1994
				165041 (c/n 26303) FMS to Turkish Army as 10609 in Jan 1994
				165042 (c/n 26304)
				165043 (c/n 26305) converted to c/n 29102.
				165044 (c/n 26306)
				165045 (c/n 26307) converted to c/n 29106.  SOC Dec 7, 2009.
				165046 (c/n 26308)
				165047 (c/n 26309)
				165048 (c/n 26310)
				165049 (c/n 26317)
				165050 (c/n 26318) SOC May 12, 2009.
				165051 (c/n 26311) 
				165052 (c/n 26312)  SOC Sep 13, 2013.  Delivered to Turkish Army Sep 2012.
				165053 (c/n 26313) (HMM-365(R)/HMLA-269) suffered Class B damage when
					tail boom and skids contacted the ground during an attack
					run pull-off Oct 20, 2001.  Was able to land safely.  Spotted with HMLA-269 at Phoenix, AZ in 2013.
				165054 (c/n 26314)
				165055 (c/n 26315) (HMLA-169) crashed in Afghanistan Aug 6, 2009.  Class A damage.  SOC the next day
				165056 (c/n 26316) converted to c/n 29162.
165057/165092		McDonnell Douglas T-45C Goshawk
				165057/60 c/n A061/64
				165057/165077 delivered as T-45A
				165065 (VT-21) crashed 2 mi N of Kleberg County AP, TX during
					training mission Sep 27, 2007.  Student pilot (sole occupant)
					ejected safely.
				165073 noted in damaged state at NAS Kingsville, TX.
				165075 (c/n A079, VT-86) crashed on landing at NAS Pensacola, Florida Nov 4, 2013.  2 survivors.
				165077 (VT-96) crashed near Tallahassee, FL Dec 29, 2010.  Both crew ejected.
				165087 (VT-7) crashed into wooded area 1 mi S of runway at McCain Field,
					NAS Meridian, MS Mar 22, 1005 while in landing pattern.  Pilot killed.
165093/165094		Gulfstream C-20G
				Gulfstream IV c/n 1187,1189 for US Navy OSA
				165093 c/n 1187 ex N481GA, named *City of Annapolis*
				165094 c/n 1189 ex N402GA, named *City of Baltimore*.  Noted at RAF Mildenhall Oct 20, 2005 with
					no national markings except for 094 on the vertical tail.  AFM 1/2006
165095			Sikorsky SH-60B
				To AMARC
165096			Sikorsky HH-60J Block 17(2) SeaHawk
				c/n 70.2293 For US Coast Guard as 6039
165097			Bell AH-1W Lot V Super Cobra
				c/n 26298.  Converted to c/n 29152.
165098/165105		Lockheed Martin P-3C Orion
				c/n 5831/5838.  For South Korea as 95-0901/95-0908.
				165098 c/n 5831 ex N4080M to South Korea
  				165099 c/n 5832 ex N4081M to South Korea
  				165100 c/n 5833 ex N4099R to South Korea
  				165101 c/n 5834 ex N4107F to South Korea
  				165102 c/n 5835 ex N4161T to South Korea
  				165103 c/n 5836 ex N4187W to South Korea
  				165104 c/n 5837 ex N4089R to South Korea
  				165105 c/n 5838 ex N3223B to South Korea
165106/165112		Sikorsky SH-60B Seahawk
				165106 c/n 70-2267.
				165107 to AMARC
				165109 to AMARC
				165110 ditched off North Carolina Sep 24, 2005.  AFM 10/2006
165113/165119		Sikorsky SH-60F
				Delivered as HH-60H Rescue Hawk
				165114 (HS-2) ditched in sea 100 mi off San Diego, CA Nov 9, 2007.
					Al 7 crew rescued.
				165116 (c/n 70.2281)
				165117 (HS-6) crashed into Pacific Ocean near Coronado Islands, CA
					May 18, 2009 during training flight from USS Nimitz.  5 killed.
				165119 (HCS-5) suffered hard landing during combat operations in
					As Samawahk Irak Apr 8, 2003.  All survived.  Airframe was
					recovered and rebuilt by Sikorsky and returned to service.
165120/165123		Sikorsky HH-60H Rescue Hawk
165124/165127		Sikorsky HH-60J Block 18(4) SeaHawk
				for US Coast Guard 
				165124 (c/n 70.2282) to US Coast Guard as 6041
				165125 (c/n 70.2283) to US Coast Guard as 6042
165128/165134		Sikorsky SH-60B SeaHawk
				contract cancelled
165135/165141		Sikorsky SH-60F Ocean Hawk
				contract cancelled
165142/165145		Sikorsky HH-60H Rescue Hawk
				contract cancelled
165146/165150		Sikorsky HH-60J Block 18(8) SeaHawk
				For US Coast Guard as 6052/6056.  Contract cancelled
165151/165153		Gulfstream C-20G
				Gulfstream IV for US Navy OSA
				165151 c/n 1199 ex N428GA, was named *City of Honolulu*, now *District of Columbia*
				165152 c/n 1201 ex N431GA, is named *Spirit of Wake Island*
				165153 c/n 1200 ex N430GA, is with US Marine Corps.  Badly damaged by tornado
					at Miami Feb 2, 1998.  Returned to service after repair.
165154/165157		Sikorsky SH-60F Ocean Hawk
				165154 delivered as HH-60H Rescue Hawk.  W/o with VX-1 9/26/1998.
				165155/165157 cancelled.
165158/165161		Lockheed C-130T Hercules
				c/n 5341, 5342, 5344, 5345.
				165158 (c/n 382-5341)
				165159 (c/n 382-5342)
				165160 (c/n 382-5344)
				165161 (c/n 382-5345)
165162/165163		Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
				c/n 5339, 5340.
				165162 (c/n 382-5339)
				165163 (c/n 382-5340)
165164/165165		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18E Super Hornet (Lot 18)
				EMD aircraft.  c/n 1285/E001, 1293/E002
				165164 used as backup aircraft for EA-18G flutter flight test
					program.  Will go to museum at NAS Patuxent River, MD
					when program is completed.  SOC Aug 30, 2007
				165165 mounted on plinth in antenna farm at NAS Patuxent River,
					MD for use in testing antenna patterns.  SOC Apr 24, 2006.
165166			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18F Super Hornet (Lot 18)
				EMD aircraft, c/n 1313/F001.  Evaluation aircraft for proposed 
					EA-18.  Used at Boeing at St Louis, MO for special
					project flight tests.  SOC Jun 12, 2007.  In 2008 was retired from flying and
					now used at maintenance school at NAS Pensacola, FL
165167/165169		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18E Super Hornet (Lot 18)
				EMD aircraft.  c/n 1324/E003, 1337/E004, 1344/E005
				165167 modified to represent EA-18G.
				165168 SOC Jan 15, 2003.  Relegated to use as maintenance training
					airframe at NAS Oceana, VA
				165169 relegated to use as maintenance training airframe at
					NAS Oceana, VA.
165170			McDonnell Douglas F/A-18F Super Hornet (Lot 18)
				EMD aircraft.  c/n 1354/F002.  Wired to carry cameras to capture
					separation of bombs and missiles.
165171/165182		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 47 Hornet (Lot 18)
				c/n 1287/C396, 1288/C397, 1290/C398, 1292/C399,
					1295/C400, 1297/C401, 1299/C402, 1300/C403,
					1301/C404, 1302/C405, 1304/C406, 1305/C407.
				165174 (VFA-37) suffered collateral damage when EA-6B landed on
					top of an S-3 while landing on USS Enterprise (CVN-65).
					The 4 crew on the EA-6B were killed.
				165178 (VFA-37) crashed during night close air support
					near NAS Fallon, NV May 27, 1998.  Pilot killed.
				165180 (VMFA-314) crashed into Pacific Ocean following night ramp
					strike aboard USS Abraham Lincoln Dec 4, 1996.  Aircraft
					skidded off the deck and pilot ejected safely and landed
					on the carrier deck without serious injuries.
165183/165194		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 48 Hornet (Lot 18)
				c/n 1309/C408, 1310/C409, 1312/C410, 1318/C411,
					1321/C412, 1323/C413, 1326/C414, 1328/C415,
					1331/C416, 1333/C417, 1334/C418, 1338/C419
				165183 (VFA-37) suffered collateral damage when EA-6B landed on
					top of an S-3 aboard USS Enterprise (CVN-65) Nov 8, 1998
				165184 (VFA-37) was involved in a bombing fratricide incident when
					3 Mk 82 bombs were dropped on a friendly observation post,
					killing 6 and wounding 11 at Al Udairi Range, Kuwait
					Mar 12, 2001. (VFA-37) suffered Class A damage from hailstones Apr 11, 2008
					when passing through thunderstorm in company with F/A-18
					165196 during sortie from USS Harry S Truman in Persian
					Gulf.  Recovered safely to carrier.  With VFA-106, departed runway at El Centro Dec 2, 2010.
					Pilot ejected.
				165189 w/o 6/19/1996.
				165190 (VMFAT-101) catastrophic engine fire on catapult tension aboard CVN-74 in Southern California operational area.
165195/165206		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 49 Hornet (Lot 18)
				c/n 1340/C420, 1342/C421, 1346/C422, 
					1348/C423, 1350/C424, 1353/C425, 1356/C426,
					1358/C427, 1360/C428, 1362/C429, 1364/C430,
					1367/C431.
				165196 (VFA-37) suffered Class A damage from hailstones Apr 11, 2008
					when passing through thunderstorm in company with F/A-18
					165184 during sortie from USS Harry S Truman in Persian
					Gulf.  Recovered safely to carrier
				165204 (VFA-82) crashed into Atlantic Ocean near Tybee Island,
					GA Mar 24, 2004.  Pilot ejected safely and was rescued.
165207/165218		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 50 Hornet (Lot 19)
				c/n 1376/C432, 1278/C433, 1380/C434, 1382/C435,
					1384/C436, 1386/C437, 1388/C438, 1390/C439,
					1392/C440, 1394/C441, 1396/C442, 1398/C443.
				165208 (VX-9) struck pelicans, resulting in engine fire and Class
					A damage Mar 1, 1001.  Landed safely with no injury.
				165209 (USS Dwight D. Eisenhower) crashed while making
					strafing run Sept 16, 1998.
165219/165230		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Block 51 Hornet (Lot 19)
				c/n 1400/C444, 1403/C445, 1404/C446, 1406/C447,
					1408/C448, 1410/C449, 1411/C450, 1413/C451,
					1414/C452, 1415/C453, 1417/C454, 1418/C455.
				165219 became N208MD.  Crashed near Fort Pierce, FL May 29, 2001.  Pilot killed.
					Registration cancelled Jan 27, 2006 as destroyed.
				165223 (VFA-34) into Mediterranean 80 mi from Toulon, France
					while operating from USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69) 
					Sept 25, 1998.  Pilot ejected safely and was recovered.
				165226 (VFA-131) crashed near Nellis AFB, NV Nov 9, 2004 after
					becoming uncontrollable shortly after takeoff.  Pilot
					ejected safely.  (AFM 11/2005).
				165229 (VFA-34) failed to return to USS George Washington (CVN-73) from night
					at sea bombing mission and crashed into Adriatic Sea Nov 3, 2002.  
					Pilot killed. 
165231/165242		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C/D Hornet 
				Contract cancelled.  Last 4 were to be Ds.
165243/165254		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
				165249 c/n 65-643
				165250 crashed May 9, 1996 on pre-delivery test flight.
				165251 c/n 65-645
				165253 c/n 65-647
165255/165267		Sikorsky HH-60H Rescue Hawk
				165255 crashed into sea off North Carolina Mar 13, 1996.  4 killed.  Wreck recovered
				165256 (c/n 70.2289)
				165257 (c/n 70.2290)
				165258 (c/n 70.2291) damaged at NAS Fallon July 9, 2002 when main rotor struck the tail rotor
					of a parked helicopter..  Has been repaired, noted with HS-7 Dec 2002.
165268/165270		Sikorsky SH-60F Seahawk
165271/165292		Bell AH-1W Lot VII Super Cobra
				c/n 26319/26340.  For US Marine Corps
				165285 SOC Sep 13, 2012
				165286 (c/n 26335) to Turkish Army Sep 5012
				165292 SOC Sep 13, 2012
165293/165304		Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				Model G-123
				165293/165301 c/n A52-164/A52-172
					165295 fitted with 8-blade Hamilton Sundstrand NP2000 composite props.  AFM 5/2007
					165296 (VAW-120) damaged Sep 4, 2012 when C-2A 162144 drifted right on hook skip bolter and struck
						port wing.  No injuries.  On Dec 9, 2012, starboard wing strck spinning prop of adjacent
						E-2C Dec 9, 2012.
				165302/165304 c/n A52-175/A52-177.
165305/165308		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B+(R)-23-MC Harrier II Plus
				c/n 263 to 266
				Were BuNo 162728, 161581, 161583, 162082 remanufactured.
				165308 with VMA-211 destroyed in Taliban attack on Fort Bastion, Afghanistan Sep 14, 2012
165309/165312		McDonnell Douglas AV-8B+(R)-24-MC Harrier II Plus
				c/n 267 to 270
				Were BuNo 162083, 162068, 162074, 162087 remanufactured.
165313/165314		Lockheed Martin C-130T Hercules
				165313 (c/n 382-5383).  Named "City of Lisbon Falls" with VR-62.
				165314 (c/n 382-5384)
165315/165316		Lockheed Martin KC-130T Hercules
				c/n 5385, 5386
				165315 (c/n 382-5385)
				165316 (c/n 382-5386)
165317/165341		Bell AH-1W Lot VIII Super Cobra
				For US Marine Corps
				165317 (c/n 26341) SOC Jul 22, 2010
				165318 (c/n 26342) crashed July 28, 1997.
				165319 (c/n 26343)  
				165320 (c/n 26344) (HMLA-269) impacted ground after takeoff, Helmland Province, Afghanistan Sep 28, 2011.  One killed.
				165321 (c/n 26345) (HMLA-369) shot down by insurgents in Iraq and crashed near
					Ramadi Nov 2, 2005, killing both crew.
				165322 (c/n 26346)
				165323 (c/n 26347)
				165324 (c/n 26348) 
				165325 (c/n 26349)
				165326 (c/n 26350)
				165327 (c/n 26351) (HMLA-775 Det 1) crashed in southern TX Jan 22, 2003 in collision with AH-1QW 164589.
				165328 (c/n 26352)
				165329 (c/n 26353)
				165330 (c/n 26354)
				165331 (c/n 26355)
				165332 (c/n 26356)   SOC Oct 22, 2009.
				165333 (c/n 26357) (HMLA-169) crashed in desert in Afghanistan during combat escort Oct 26, 2009.  4 killed.
				165334/165341 (c/n 26728/26735) FMS to Taiwan as 527/534
165342/165343		Boeing TC-18F
				Two ex-airline Boeing 707-382Bs acquired by USN for TACAMO training duties.
				165342 (c/n 18961) originally CS-TBA, became N45RT Jan 1987.  Leased to
					US Navy Nov 1994.  To AMARC as 3C0001 Mar 16, 2001.  SOC Jul 3, 2002
				165343 (c/n 18962) originally CS-TBB, then TF-VLV, then CS-TBB again.  Became
					N46RT Feb 1987.  Leased to USN Mar 1995.  Un open storage at Will Rogers 
					AAR, OK.  Soc Dec 7, 2000.
165344/165347		Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
165348/165351		Lockheed Martin C-130T Hercules
				165348 (c/n 382-5404)
				165349 (c/n 382-5406)
				165350 (c/n 382-5407)
				165351 (c/n 382-5409)
165352/165353		Lockheed Martin KC-130T Hercules
				165352 (c/n 382-5411)
				165353 (c/n 382-5412)
165354/165357		Boeing AV-8B+(R)-25-MC Harrier II Plus
				c/n B271/B274.  Remanufactured AV-8Bs.  Were 162956, 162957, 162949, 162086
165358/165377		Bell AH-1W Lot IX Super Cobra
				165358/165369 c/n 26358/26369
					165360 SOC Feb 8, 2012
				165370/165377 FMS to Taiwan as 535/542
165378/165379		Lockheed Martin C-130T Hercules
				c/n 5429, 5430.
				165378 (c/n 382-5429)
				165379 (c/n 382-5430)
165380/165383		Boeing AV-8B+(R)-25-MC Harrier II Plus
				C/n B275/B278.  Remanufactured AV-8Bs.  Were 162729, 162088 162968, 162959
				165382 (VMA-513) suffered serious fuselage, wing, and tailplane
					damage when collided with desert vegetation during nighttime
					low-altitude at MCAS Yuma sometime in 2004.  Was able to
					land safely.  Repaired and reported Oct 2007 with HMM-163
165384/165391		Boeing AV-8B+(R)-26-MC Harrier II Plus
				C/n B279/B286.  Remanufactured AV-8Bs.  Were 262962, 162946, 162069, 162725, 262944,
					162744, 162741, 161575.
				165391 SOC Apr 4, 2003.  This may be the plane of HMM-263 that ditched in
					the Arabian Gulf Apr 1, 2003 whilst attempting to land on USS Nassau
					during night training mission.  Pilot was recovered safely
165392/165396		Bell AH-1W SeaCobra
				165395 (c/n 26373) (HMLA-269) crashed in desert near Al Asad, Iraq Sep 15, 2008
					during weapons delivery.  Damage reported repairable.
165397/165398		Boeing AV-8B+(R)-26-MC Harrier II Plus
				Remanufactured Harrier IIs. Were 161580, 161579.
165399/165408		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Hornet (Lot 20)
				c/n 1420/C456, 1422/C457, 1424/C458, 1426/C459,
				1428/C460, 1432/C461, 1433/D462, 1442/C463,
				1448/C464, 1452/C465
				165399 (VMA-34) in night ramp strike Dec 4, 1999.  Aircraft was
					diverted to a safe langing and was repaired.
165409/165416		McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D Hornet (Lot 20)
				c/n 1430/D140, 1434/D141, 1438/D142, 1440/D143,
				1444/D144, 1446/D145, 1450/D146, 1453/D147
165417/165430		Boeing AV-8B+(R)-26-MC Harrier II Plus
				cn B289/B302  Remanufactured AV-8Bs.  Were 162080, 162077, 162951,
					162070, 162731, 162723, 163183, 163200, 162950, 163179.
					162085, 163663, 163517, 163426.
				165418 (HMM-165(R)) crashed into Indian Ocean Jan 13, 2005 after losing power
					during routine training flight from USS BonHomme Richard.  Pilot
					ejected safely, suffering minor injuries.
				165422 with VMA-211 destroyed in Taliban attack on Fort Bastion, Afghanistan Ser 14, 2012
				165423 (VMA-513) crashed Nov 27, 2007 due to engine failure at Cactus West Training
					Range, AZ.  Pilot ejected safely
				165424 (VMA-211) crashed on the Chocolate Mountain Aerial Gunnery 
					Range, CA Dec 8, 2003 due to engine failure during
					post-maintenance check flight.  Pilot ejected safely.  
					SOC Mar 31, 2004.  (AFM 11/2005)
				165426 (VMA-214) crashed on Yuma Proving Ground, AZ Dec 1, 2004 after
					pilot reported cockpit smoke, hydraulic failure, and
					engine fire.  Pilot ejected safely.  (AFM 11/2005)
165431/165432		Boeing AV-8B+ Harrier II Plus
				Rebuilt AV-8B airframes.  Not taken up.				
165433/165444		Bell/Boeing MV-22B Osprey
				c/n D0011/D0022
				165433 (HXM-1) landed heavily at Marana, Arizona Apr 8, 2000 when explosion of 165436 blew out
					its ground cushion.  SOC Jul 16, 2001.
				165434 SOC Oct 2, 2007
				165436 (c/n D0014) crashed Apr 8, 2000 at Marana Northwest Regional Airport, AZ.  19 killed. Cause of crash was
					pilot losing control due to high vertical rate of descent.
				165437 (c/n D0015) noted at MCAS New River, NC May 2, 2006 in use as ground instructional airframe.
				165438 (c/n D0016) noted at MCAS New River, NC in use as ground instructional airframe 
				165439 (c/n D0017)  overstressed and scrapped Sep 13, 2004.
				165440 (c/n D0018, VMMT-204) crashed Dec 11, 2000 near MCAS 
					New River, NC.  All four crew killed.  Cause of crash was 
					burst hydraulic line.
				165441 (c/n D0019) overstressed and to ground instructional airframe at Pensacola, Florida
				165442 (c/n D0020) overstressed and stored at NAVAIRSYSCOM
				165443 (c/n D0021)
				165444 (c/n D0022) SOC Feb 2, 2012
165445/165450		Bell AH-1W SeaCobra
165451/165454		Boeing AV-8B+(R)-27-MC Harrier II Plus
				Rebuilt AV-8B airframes.  Not taken up
165455/165456		Northrop Grumman E-2C Group II Hawkeye
				Model G-123
				c/n FR-1, FR-2.  For French Navy as 1 and 2
165457/165502		Boeing T-45C Goshawk
				165458 (TAW-1/VT-9) crew reported an emergency while on final
					approach to NAS Meridian, MS Mar 4, 2008 and ejected safely.
					Aircraft crashed into densely wooded area and was destroyed.
				165459/66 c/n C016/C023
				165475 to USMC
				165476 (VT-9) crashed into runway at NAS Meridian, MS during touch and
					go Feb 24, 2004.  Class A damage.  Not repaired, wreck noted
					Mar 10, 2005 in hangar at NAS Meridian.  SOC Jun 2, 2004.  (AFM 11/2005)
				165485 noted preserved at NAS Meridian Mar 10, 2005.  165485 noted
					active at Ellington a few days later, so the preserved aircraft
					must be wearing a false serial.  Sure enough, the T-45A preserved at
					NAS Meridian is a full-sized replica.
				165486 (TAW-1/VT-7) crashed and burned out at NAS Meridian, MS
					during touch and go landings May 20, 2008.  Both crew ejected
					safely.
				165487 ran off runway while landing at NAS Meridian, MS Jul 12, 2004.  Pilot
					ejected safely.  Wreck noted Mar 10, 2005 in hangar at NAS 
					Meridian, MS, so may be repairable.  (AFM 11/2005).  However
					was SOC Sep 7, 2007.
				165492/98 c/n C049/C055
165503/165504		Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye 2000
				Model G-123
				Some sources say these are CH-53s.
165505/165506		Boeing T-45C Goshawk
165507/165508		Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				Model G-123.  c/n A173/A174
				165508 converted to E-2C+ Hawkeye 2000.  With VAW-121 suffered mechanical malfunction over North Arabian
					Sea while returning to CVN-69 Mar 31, 2010.  All four crew bailed out, 3 were recovered, one missing.
165509/165525		Rockwell International T-39N Sabreliner
				c/r N301NT/N317NT
				165509 c/n 282-009, c/r N301NT.  Withdrawn from served Dec 31, 2013 and used as training aid at Naval Air
					Technical Training Center at NAS Pensacola.
				165510 c/n 282-081, c/r N302NT
				165511 c/n 282-029, c/r N303NT.  A report says that this one has been written off, but
					it was seen alive and well at Lakeland, FL airport Feb 6, 2005.  To AMARC May 22, 2013.
				165512 c/n 282-002, c/r N304NT
				166513 c/n 282-066, c/r N305NT.  Crashed near Ellijay, GA Apr 12, 2020 with VT-86.  4 killed.
				165514 c/n 282-030, c/r N306NT
				165515 c/n 282-072, c/r N307NT.  Withdrawn from service Jan 29, 2013 for bird strike damage repair.
				165516 c/n 282-090, c/r N308NT
				165517 c/n 282-061, c/r N309NT.  Returned to service from ACI Feb 28, 2013.
				165518 c/n 282-104, c/r N310NT.  To AMARC Feb 20, 2014
				165519 c/n 282-019, c/r N311NT
				165520 c/n 282-032, c/r N312NT
				165521 c/n 282-094, c/r N313NT.  To AMARC Jul 30, 2013.
				165522 (c/n 282-028) c/r N314NT. Crashed (VT-86) after midair collision with 165525 40 mi
					S of Pensacola, FL May 8, 2002.  All 7 on both planes killed.
				165523 c/n 282-020, c/r N315NT.  There was a report that this plane
					went to Procuraduria General dela Republica as XC-AAJ, but 
					this plane is reported as still being at NAS Pensacola, FL.  Seen Dec 20, 1010 at Perryville, Missouri
					in 100th anniversary of naval aviation paint scheme.
				165524 c/n 282-060, c/r N316NT.  Crashed (VT-86) Jan 10, 2006, NW Georgia.  While
					simulating low-level targeting run, aircraft struck trees and crashed
					on Johns Mountain, GA.  All 4 occupants killed.
				165525 (c/n 282-100) c/r N317NT.  Crashed (VT-86) after midair collision with 165522 40 mi
					S of Pensacola, FL May 8, 2002.  All 7 on both planes killed.
165526			Boeing F/A-18C-52-MC Hornet
				c/n 1457/C466
165527/165532      	Boeing F/A-18D-52-MC Hornet
				c/n 1461/D148, 1463/D149, 1466/D150, 1472/D151,
				1484/D152, 1493/D153
				165531 is ATARS
165533/165540      	Boeing F/A-18E-52-MC Super Hornet
				LRIP 1.  c/n 1454/E006, 1460/E007,1467/E008, 1471/E009,
				1474/E010, 1477/E011, 1486/E012, 1488/E013
				165537 f/f 10-08-1999
165541/165544      	Boeing F/A-18F-52-MC Super Hornet
				LRIP 1.  c/n 1458/F003, 1465/F004, 1483/F005, 1493/F006
165545/165565		Bell AH-1W Super Cobra
165566/165597		Boeing AV-8B+(R)-27-MC Harrier II Plus
				C/n B303/B334.  Remanufactured AV-8Bs.  
				165566 was rebuilt 163662.
				165567 was rebuilt 163682
				165568 was rebuilt 162943.  With VMA-211 destroyed in Taliban attack on Fort Bastion, Afghanistan Sep 14, 2012
				165569 was rebuilt 163198
				165570 was rebuilt 162953.  With VMA-211 destroyed in Taliban attack on Fort Bastion, Afghanistan Sep 14, 2012
				165571 was rebuilt 162965.  (VMA-211) crashed on finals to MCAS Yuma, AZ
					Dec 3, 2003 after pilot reported controllability problems.
					Pilot ejected safely.  SOC Mar 31, 2004.  (AFM 11/2005)
				165572 was rebuilt 162958
				165573 was rebuilt 163192
				165574 was rebuilt 162726
				165575 was rebuilt 162973
				165576 was rebuilt 163178.  Located at FRC East
				165577 was rebuilt 162733
				165578 was rebuilt 163203.  With VMA-211 destroyed in Taliban attack on Fort Bastion, Afghanistan Sep 14, 2012.
				165579 was rebuilt 163683.  With VMA-311
				165580 was rebuilt 163675
				165581 was rebuilt 163176.  With VMA-311 was involved in a landing accident at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan
					Jul 10, 2013 when it veered off the runway and caught fire.
				165582 was rebuilt 163519
				165583 was rebuilt 163690
				165584 was rebuilt 163664
				165585 was rebuilt 163672
				165586 was rebuilt 163674.  C/n B323.  Deployed with HMM-163 aboard amphibious assault ship USS Boxer and crashed into
					the water during takeoff for routine training flight Mar 29, 2011 while operating in Arabian Sea.  Pilot ejected and 
					was rescued.
				165587 was rebuilt 162960
				165588 was rebuilt 162730
				165589 was rebuilt 162738.  With VMA-214, crashed near California/Arizona border while on training flight from
					Yuma Jun 4, 2014.  Pilot ejected safely.
				165590 was rebuilt 163204.  Crashed (HMM-163(R)/VMA-513) into Indian Ocean May 18, 2007 during routine training mission
					from USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6).  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				165591 was rebuilt 162742.  With VMA-211 destroyed in Taliban attack on Fort Bastion, Afghanistan Sep 14, 2012
				165592 was rebuilt 162967
				165593 was rebuilt 163193.  With VMA-542 suffered Class A damage in wheels-up landing at MCAS Cherry Point, NC.
				165594 was rebuilt 163189
				165595 was rebuilt 163188
				165596 was rebuilt 163197.  (VMA-231) overan while landing at Farmingdale Republic
					AP, Long Island, NY May 12, 2006 and ended up on top of airport's ILS
					antenna array.  Aircraft is probably repairable.  
				165597 was rebuilt 163678
165598/165646		Boeing T-45C Goshawk
				165642 (VT-21) crew ejected off end of runway at NAS Kingsville Nov 2, 2011.
165647/165650		Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye 2000
				Model G-123.  C/n A178/A181
165651			Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
165652/165659 		Boeing AV-8B+(R)-2x-MC Harrier II Plus
				Rebuilt AV-8B airframes.  Not proceeded with
165660/165667      	Boeing F/A-18E-53-MC Lot 22 Super Hornet
				LRIP 2.  c/n 1499/E014, 1502/E015, 1505/E016, 1509/E017,
					1513/E018, 1515/E019, 1517/E020, 1518/E021
				165662 (VFA-122) crashed after colliding with F/A-18F 165670 over China Lake
					weapons testing ground Jul 18, 2005 during fighter maneuvering training
					flight from NAS Lemoore.  Pilot ejected but did not survive.
165668/165679      	Boeing F/A-18F-53-MC Lot 22 Super Hornet
				LRIP 2.  c/n 1500/F007, 1501/F008, 1503/F009, 1504/F010,
					1506/F011, 1507/F012, 1508/F013, 1510/F014,
					1511/F015, 1512/F016, 1514/F017, 1516/F018
				165670 (VFA-122) crashed after colliding with F/A-18E 165662 over China Lake
					weapons testing grond Jul 18, 2005 during fighter maneuvering training
					flight from NAS Lemoore.  Both crew ejected but suffered serious
					injuries.
				165677 with VFA-122 at NAS Lemoore in 2010
165680/165687      	Boeing F/A-18D-52-MC Lot 21 Hornet
				Former RTAF F/A-18D-52-MC to USMC.
				First three are c/n 1469/TAFD001, 1476/TAFD002, 1479/TAFD003
				165682 (VMFA(AW)-225) crashed into Pacific Ocean off MCAS Miramar, CA Jan 17, 2003.
					Two cremembers ejected safely and were picked up.  Cause was attributed to
					material failure during a functional check flight with one engine shut down.
165688/165734		AAI/IAI RQ-2A Pioneer
165735/165739		Lockheed Martin KC-130J Hercules
				165735 (c/n 5488)
				165736 (c/n 5489)
				165737 (c/n 5499)
				165738 (c/n 5506) 
				165739 (c/n 5507)
165740/165741      	Cessna UC-35C Citation Ultra V
				Model 560 c/n 560-0524, 560-0529, c/n N5091J, N5097H
165742/165778		Sikorsky CH-60S KnightHawk
				Later renamed MH-60S SeaHawk
				165742 is MH-60S HSC-2/HU-???
				165743 is MH-60S c/n 70-2551
				165744 is MH-60S c/n 70-2558
				165745 is MH-60S c/n 70-2561.   To NAS North Island as ground training aid
				165746 is MH-60S c/n 70-2565 HSC-2/HU-711
				165747 is MH-60S c/n 70-2580 HSC-21/VR-67
				165748 is MH-60S HSC-26/HW-65
				165749 is MH-60S c/n 70-2584 HSC-28/BR-54.  Feb 2010 Haiti
				165750 is MH-60S HSC-28/BR-50
				165751 is MH-60S HSC-28/BR-51
				165752 is MH-60S c/n 70-2621 HSC-2/HU-733
				165753 is MH-60S HSC-21/VR-66
				165754 is MH-60S c/n 70-2635 HSC-23/HC-42
				165755 is MH-60S NAS Fallon SAR/7H-01
				165756 is MH-60S c/n 70-2644 HSC-2/SA-01
				165757 is MH-60S HSC-21/VR-65
				165758 is MH-60S.  Oct 2013 NAS Whidbey Island SAR/FW-758
				165759 is MH-60S.  Noted Oct 2003 with HC-3.  In 2013 was with HSC-21 at NAS North Island.  NAS Whidbey Island
					SAR.  Now HSC-85/NW-05
				165760 is MH-60S c/n 70-2661 NAS Fallon SAR 7H-02
				165761 is MH-60S c/n 70-2682 HSC-3/SA-05
				165762 is MH-60S.  Noted with HC-5 Jul 2003.  HX-21
				165763 is MH-60S VX-31/DD-464
				165764 is MH-60S HSC-3/SA-11
				165765 is MH-60S c/n 70-2644 HX-21
				165766 is MH-60S.  Noted Oct 2003 with HC-11
				165767 is MH-60S c/n 70-2685 HSC-21/VR-66
				165768 is MH-60S Feb 11 HSC-3/SA-06
				165769 is MH-60S NAS Fallon SAR/7H-01
				165770 is MH-60S c/n 70-2704 HSC-28/BR-57
				165771 is MH-60S HSC-2/HU-710 
				165772 is MH-60S c/n 70-2711 HSC-22/AM-04
				165773 (MH-60S, HSC-25) crashed into Fena Lake, Naval Base
					Guam Sep 24, 2007.  One killed, 3 injured.
				165774 is MH-60S HSC-22/AM-03
				165775 is MH-60S NAS Whidbey Island SAR/FW-02 grey/orange camo (no longer there)
				165776 is MH-60S with HSC-23/WC-40
				165777 is MH-60S with HSC-26-HW-64
				165778 is MH-60S c/n 70.2771.  2005 HSC-23/HW-72; 2011 HSC-28/BR-53 COMSIXTHFLT
165779/165792		Boeing F/A-18E-54-MC Lot 23 Super Hornet		
				LRIP 3.  c/n 1519/E022, 1523/E023, 1526/E024, 1528/E025,
					1530/E026, 1532/E027, 1534/E028, 1536/E029,
					1538/E030, 1540/E031, 1542/E032, 1544/E033,
					1546/E034, 1548/E035.
				165779 (c/n 1519/E022) modified to represent EA-18G
				165783 (c/n 1528/E025) with VFA-115, side number NK-202
165793/165808		Boeing F/A-18F-54-MC Lot 23 Super Hornet
				LRIP 3.  c/n 1520/F019, 1521/F020, 1522/F021, 1524/F022,
					1525/F023, 1527/F024, 1529/F025, 1531/F026,
					1533/F027, 1535/F028, 1537/F029. 1539/F030,
					1541/F031, 1543/F032, 1545/F033, 1547/F034
165809/165810		Lockheed Martin KC-130J Hercules
				165809 (c/n 5508)
				165810 (c/n 5509)
165811/165828		Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				Model G-123.  C/n A182/A199
				165811 and 165812 with VAW 117 at NAS Point Mugu
				165818 (VAW-120) suffered extensive damage when departed runway
					and struck arrestor gear engine after tire burst when laning
					at Chambers Field, NAS Norfolk, VA Mar 19, 2009.  No crew
					injuries.
				165822 converted to Hawkeye 2000.
165829/165836		Boeing C-40A Clipper
				Model 737-7AF Series 700
				165829 c/n 29979/496; c/r N1003N; f/f 4/14/2000.  Named "City
					of Jacksonville"  Seen at Paris Air Show 2001 named City of Dallas.
				165830 c/n 29980/568 ex N1786B, N1003M.  Named *Spirit of New York City*
				165831 c/n 30200/651, c/r N1786B; f/f 10/2/2000. Named *City
					of Fort Worth*
				165832 c/n 30781/742 ex N1787B.  Named *City of St. Augustine*
				165833 c/n 32597/2069.  Named *City of Dallas*.  Damaged on ground at Shannon Airport,
					Ireland by peace activist Jan 29, 2003.
				165834 c/n 32598/1174 named *City of Orange Park*
				165835 c/n 33826.  First flew Jul 26, 2004 with test registration N6065Y.  Noted
					at RAF Mildenhall May 19, 2006.  Assigned to VR-57 at NAS
					North Island, CA
				165836 c/n 33836.  Assigned to VR-57 at NAS North Island, CA
165837/165853		Bell/Boeing MV-22B Osprey
				c/n D0023/D0039.
				165837 (c/n D0023) preserved as gate guardian at MCAS New River, North Carolina in Aug 2013.
				165838 lost a substantial part of one of its prop-rotor blades
					Nov 26, 2004 during test flight in Nova Scotia, Canada but
					made safe landing.
				165839 (c/n D0025).  To USAF as 99-0021 as modified by Boeing Philadelphia into CV-22B in 2003/2005.
					Went to National Museum of USAF Dec 11, 2013
				165840 (c/n D0026)
				165841 (c/n D0027) to VMM-365
				165842 (c/n D0028) 
				165843 (c/n D0029)
				165844 (c/n D0030, VMM-261, 24th MEU) crashed near Paige Blanch IAP, Morocco Apr 4, 2012.  Two killed, two injured.
				165845 (c/n D0031)
				165846 (c/n D0032)
				165847 (c/n D0033)
				165848 (c/n D0034)
				165849 (c/n D0035)
				165850 (c/n D0036) to VMM-365
				165851 (c/n D0037)
				165852 (c/n D0038) to VMM-263
				165853 (c/n D0039)
165854/165859		Sikorsky SH-60B LAMPS III
					for Spanish Navy				
165860/165874		Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet
				c/n E036/E050
				165870 (c/n 1523)
165875/165895		Boeing F/A-18F Lot 24 Super Hornet
				c/n F035/F055
				165875 (F-035) is supporting flight test and evaluation at
					NAS Patuxent River, MD.  Fitted with wingtip antenna and
					jamming pods designed for EA-18G, made first flight in this
					configuration May 30, 2006.
				165877 (VFA-122) crashed at NAS Lemoore during demonstration practice Apr 6, 2011.  Crew of 2 killed.
				165881 (F/A-18F, VFA-41) collided with 165889 (F/A-18F, VFA-41) and crashed into Pacific 80 mi SW of
					Monterey, CA Oct 18, 2002.  Both crew on both planes killed.
				165889 (VFA-41) in midiar collision with 165881) during air combat
					maneuvering and crashed into Pacific 80 mi SW of Monterey,
					CA.  Both crew killed.
				165895 (VFA-102) fell into ocean while landing on USS Kitty Hawk
					Jan 29, 2005.  The No. 3 arrestor wire snapped, resulting
					in the plane plunging into the Pacific Ocean, hitting a
					SH-60F and EA-6B en route to the water.  Crew ejected safely.  AFM 10/2005
165896/165909		Boeing F/A-18E Lot 25 Super Hornet
				c/n E051/E064
				165900 (VFA-137)high speed takeoff abort resulted in brake fire Sep 15, 2011.
				165905 (VFA-137) in midair collision with 165908 Mar 15, 2010 during night training mission from NAS Fallon.
					165905 landed safely, 165908 pilot ejected safely. 
165910/165934		Boeing F/A-18F Lot 25 Super Hornet
				c/n F056/F080
165935/165937		Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet
				c/n F081/F083.  Not produced.
165938/165939		Cessna UC-35D 
				Model 560 Citation Ultra V
				165938 (c/n 560-0567) is ex N5268A (reserved number for Cessna during flight testing).  Crashed
					on approach to MCAS Miramar, CA Mar 10, 2004.  4 onboard killed.
				165939 (c/n 560-0570)
165940/165956		Bell/Boeing MV-22B Osprey
				165940 (c/n D0041)
				165941 (c/n D0042) 
				165942 (c/n D0043) in service with VMMT-204 then leased back by Bell-Boeing as N204TR for flight testing.
				165943 (c/n D0044)
				165944 (c/n D0045)
				165945 (c/n D0046)
				165946 (c/n D0047)
				165947 (c/n D0048)
				165948 (c/n D0049, VMMT-204) suffered inflight fire i port engine nacelle
					Nov 6, 2007 and made emergency landing close to MCAS New
					River, NC.  Crew uninjured.  Aircraft heavily damaged and aircraft stored at New River, North Carolina.
				165949/165955 cancelled
				165956 (c/n D0040) to VMM-266
165957 			Lockheed Martin KC-130J Hercules
				c/n 5515
165958/166285		Raytheon Beech T-6A Texan II
				165958 (c/n PT-5) ex USAF 95-3001.
				165959 (c/n PT-85) delivered Aug 31, 2002.  
				165960 (c/n PT-86) delivered Aug 31, 2002.
				165961/165969 (c/n PT-104/112)
				165970/1 c/n PT-116/8
				165972/3 c/n PT-121/2
				165974/5 c/n PT-126/7
				165976/7 c/n PT-131/2
				165978/9 c/n PT-136/7
				165980/1 c/n PT-141/2
				165982/3 c/n PT-146/7
				165984/5 c/n PT-151/2
				165986/7 c/n PT-156/7
				165988/9 c/n PT-161/2
				165990/1 c/n PT-166/7
				165992/3 c/n PT-170/1
				165994 c/n PT-176
				165995 c/n PT-181
				165996 c/n PT-190
				165997 c/n PT-206
				165998 c/n PT-210
				165999 c/n PT-214
				166000 c/n PT-218
				166001 c/n PT-252.  To USAF as 03-6201
				166002 c/n PT-253.  To USAF as 03-6202
				166003 c/n PT-256.  To USAF as 03-6203
				166004 c/n PT-257.  To USAF as 03-6204
				166005 c/n PT-260. SOC Oct 20, 2006.  To USAF as 04-6205
				166006 c/n PT-261. SOC Oct 20, 2006.  To USAF as 04-6206
				166010 c/n PN-1
				166011 c/n PN-2
				166012 c/n PN-3
				166013 c/n PN-4
				166014 c/n PN-5
				166015 c/n PN-6
				166016 c/n PN-7
				166017 c/n PN-8.  To T-6B
				166018 c/n PN-9
				166019 c/n PN-10
				166020 c/n PN-11
				166021 c/n PN-12
				166022 c/n PN-13
				166023 c/n PN-14
				166024 c/n PN-15
				166025 c/n PN-16.  To T-6B
				166026 c/n PN-17
				166027 c/n PN-18
				166028 c/n PN-19
				166029 c/n PN-20.  To T-6B
				166030 c/n PN-21
				166031 c/n PN-22
				166032 c/n PN-23.  To T-6B
				166033 c/n PN-24
				166034 c/n PN-25
				166035 c/n PN-26
				166036 c/n PN-27
				166037 c/n PN-28
				166038 c/n PN-29
				166039 c/n PN-30
				166040 c/n PN-31.  To T-6B
				166041 c/n PN-32
				166042 c/n PN-33
				166043 c/n PN-34
				166044 c/n PN-35
				166045 c/n PN-36
				166046 c/n PN-37
				166047/166214 (c/n PN-38/PN-205)
					166068 to T-6B.  With TAW-5 at NAS Whiting Field
					166069 to T-6B.  With TAW-5 at NAS Whiting Field
					166105 to T-6B
					166129 to T-6B
					166141 to T-6B.
166286				Boeing TC-18F
166287/166288		Boeing AV-8B(R)+ Harrier
					Remanufactured from earlier AV-8Bs.
					166287 is ex 163668
					166288 is ex 163665.  Is last aircraft to be remanufactured.
166289/166299		Sikorsky MH-60S Lot 2 Nighthawk
				166291 in Oct 2013 was at NAS Whidbey Island SAR/FW-291
				166294 c/n 70.2760
				166295 noted Jul 2003 with HC-6 as MH-60S
166300/166301		Sikorsky MH-60S Lot 3 Nighthawk
				166300 c/n 70.2785
166302/166303		Sikorsky MH-60S Lot 4 Nighthawk
166304/166316		Sikorsky MH-60S Lot 5 Nighthawk
				166310 (HSC-23) crashed into Pacific Ocean 50 mi off California
					coast Jan 27, 2007 while operating from USS Bonhomme
					Richard.  3 went down with helo, 1 rescued but died 
					shortly afterwards.
166317/166329		Sikorsky MH-60S Lot 6 Nighthawk
				166319 c/n 70.2823
				166323 c/n 70.2832.
166330/166344		Sikorsky MH-60S Lot 7 Nighthawk
				166334 c/n 70.2873
				166340 (HSC-3) made hard landing at Naval Outlying Field Imperial	
					Beach, CA Jan 17, 2008.  Crew OK.  Damage reported repairable.
166345/166373		Sikorsky CH-60S
				Redesignated MH-60S
				166363 (HH-60S, NSAWC) w/o in hard landing 17 mi SES of NAS Fallon, NV
					Feb 10, 2009.  Both crew suffered minor injuries.  Cause of
					accident was wirestrike resulting in loss of tail rotor.
166374			Cessna UC-35D Citation V
				A recent note in an Air-Britain magazine states that 'Citation V N5180C c/n 0592 
					has been reregistered 166374 (USN)
166375			Gulfstream C-37A
				Gulfstream V c/n 657, ex N587GA.  Bears name *Spirit of Midway Island*
					Usually only carries the last three digits of its serial
					and sports no markings identifying it as a military aircraft.
					Seen at Fairbairn Airport, Canberra, Australia Oct 13, 2008.
166376/166379		Gulfstream C-37B
				Gulfstream G550 for US Navy
				166376 c/n 5041, ex N841GA.  Seen at Rotterdam Oct 5, 2006 in all-white
					paint scheme.  Only visible markingswere bizjet-style cheat line and
					figures 376 on the vertical tail.
				166377 c/n 5087, ex N587GA with VR-1 suffered class A damage due to
					hailstorm while parked at Andrews AFB, MD May 31, 2008
				166378 c/n 5098, ex N598GA.  Reported 2008 to be painted in all-white
					color scheme with no insignia nor titles, and merely 378 on
					vertical tail.  With VR-1 suffered class A damage due to
					hailstorm while parked at Andrews AFB, MD May 31, 2008
				166379 due for delivery FY 2011.
166380/166382 		Lockheed Martin KC-130J Hercules
				166380 (c/n 5516)
				166381 (c/n 5527)
				166382 (c/n 5528)
166383/166399		Bell/Boeing MV-22B Osprey
				166383/166391 c/n D0050/D0058
				166383 (c/n D0050)
				166384 (c/n D0051)
				166385 (c/n D0052) suffered hydraulic/engine fire at New River, North Carolina Mar 28, 2005
				166386 (c/n D0053)
				166387 (c/n D0054)
				166388 (c/n D0055, VMM-162) damaged when nose undercarriage collapsed
					during emergency landing at MCAS Yuma, AZ Aug 21, 2007.
				166389 (c/n D0056, VMMT-204) while undergoing post-maintenance engine start checks 
					at MCAS New River, NC Mar 27, 2006, engines experienced uncommanded 
					power surge, lifting aircraft into air then allowing it to suddenly 
					fall and breaking off starboard wing (which is supposed to relieve 
					stress during hard landing by deliberately failing).  AFM 10/2006.  SOC Jul 14, 2009
				166390 (c/n D0057) suffered fire damage Dec 7, 2006 and stored at New River, North Carolina
				166391 (C/n D0058, VMX-22) visited England Jul 2006 to attend the Royal
					International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford and to attend the
					Farnborough International Airshow.  Made first landing by an
					Osprey on a non-US ship (HMS Illustrius) Jul 2007.
				166392/166399 cancelled
166400/166401		Northrop Grumman RQ-8A Fire Scout
				166400 SOC Dec 31, 2008.  Currently at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola FL 
				166401 SOC Dec 31, 2008.
166402/166408		Sikorsky SH-60B
				converted to MH-60R.
				166402 with HSM-41 at NAS North Island in 2010
				166404 with HSM-41 at NAS North Island in 2010
				166406 with HSM-41 at NAS North Island in 2010
				166407 with HSM-41 at NAS North Island in 2010
				166402 with HSM-41 at NAS North Island in 2010
166409/166410		Sikorsky SH-60R Seahawk			
166411/166413		Boeing AV-8B+(R) Harrier II Plus
				Remanufactured AV-8Bs.  Not proceeded with.
166414/166416		Northrop Grumman RQ-8A Fire Scout
				166415 SOC Dec 31, 2008.  To display at NAVWSS Philadelphia in 2012.
				166416 damaged beyond economical repair when dropped during loading aboard ship and placed for disposal 
					through GSA.  Acquired by Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, McMinnville, OR.  Currently undergoing 
					restoration to static display.
166417/166419		Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye 2000	
				Model G-123
				166417 c/n FR-3
				166417 delivered to French Navy as 3
				166418 to Taiwan as 2505
				166419 to Taiwan as 2506		
166420/166448		Boeing F/A-18E Lot 26 Super Hornet
				c/n E065/E093
				166426 (VFA-14) suffered inflight fire on takeoff Apr 30, 2006
				166442 (VFA-147) pilot experienced cabin pressure failure and suffered permanent disabling injury Nov 6, 2012.
				166447 (VFA-147) severely damaged by brake fire at NAS Lemoore Jan 17, 2014.
166449/166467		Boeing F/A-18F Lot 26 Super Hornet
				c/n F084/F102
				166455 is a Lot 26 aircraft	
				166463 (VFA-122) had arrested landing at NAWS China Lake Aug 13, 2009 after starboard engine fire.	
166468/166471		Sikorsky MH-60S Seahawk
166472/166473		Lockheed Martin KC-130J Hercules
				c/n 5543/5544
166474			Cessna UC-35D
				Citation V for US Marine Corps, c/n 0630, formerly N5180K.  Noted 2003 at Wichita AP wearing 
					this serial and with USMC titles.  Seen at Glasgow Prestwick May 4, 2011.
166475/166476		Bell UH-1Y Venom
				166475 converted from 160446.  SOC Nov 13, 2006
				166476 converted from UH-1N 159193.
166477/166479		Bell AH-1Z Viper
				166477 (c/n 29134) converted from 162549.  SOC Feb 27, 2006
				166478 (c/n 29116) converted from 163933.  SOC Nov 13, 2006
				166479 (c/n 29107) converted from 162532
166480/166499		Bell/Boeing MV-22B Osprey
				c/n D0059/D0078
				166480 (VMX-22) visited England Jul 2006 to attend the Royal
					International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford and to attend the
					Farnborough International Airshow. Engine destroyed by compressor stalls and made emergency
					landing in Iceland Jul 10, 2006.
				166482 to VMX-22
				166484 to VMMT-204
				166485 to VMMT-204
				166491 is first production Block B aircraft.
				166492 to VMX-22
166500			Cessna UC-35D
				c/n 560-0651.  Citation Encore for US Navy.  Was originally N5156D.
166501/166503		Northrop Grumman TE-2C Hawkeye
				Model G-123
				166501 and 166502 are E-2D, the first two System Design and Development Aircraft, shop numbers AA1 and AA2
					respectively.  Bought under E-2C multiyear money.
				166503 originally ordered as TE-2C but went through an ECP which when completed was redesignated as E-2C.
					With VAW-120 at NAS Chambers Field in 2010
166504			Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				Model G-123

166507			Northrop Grumman TE-2C Hawkeye
				Model G-123.  Trainer model			
166508			Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye
				Model G-123
166509/166510		Teledyne Ryan RQ-4A Global Hawk
				166509 is an RQ-4N
166511/166514		Lockheed Martin KC-130J Hercules
				c/n 5553/5556
166515/166534		Sikorsky MH-60R Seahawk
				166525 (HMS-71) sonar transducer fell into sea during dipping
					operations Oct 27, 2008.
				166534 to HSM-41 at NAS North Island

166537			Sikorsky MH-60R Seahawk
				With HSM-70/CVW-8 transducer assembly departed aircraft in a hover Jan 24, 2013.  Aircraft not destroyed.

166540/166567		Sikorsky MH-60R Seahawk
				166543 c/n 70.3098.  To go to HSM-77 at North Island
				166544 is MH-60S Seahawk
				166566 c/n 70.3219.

166591			Sikorsky MH-60R Seahawk
				166591 (HSM-75) impacted ground on approach to landing pad at NAS North Island Dec 12, 2012

166597/166609		Boeing F/A-18E Lot 27 Super Hornet
				166599 c/n E095
				166600 c/n E096.  With VFA-143
				166601 c/n E097
				166601 c/n E098
				166603 c/n E099. (VFA-143) crashed 45 mi off Virginia Beach, Virginia on training flight Jan 15, 2014.
					Pilot badly injured after ejecting.  Pilot recovered by civilian fishing boat and HSC-28 MH-60H
					helicopter.
				166604 c/n E100
				166605 c/n E101
				166606 c/n E102
				166607 c/n E103
				166608 c/n E104
166610/166641		Boeing F/A-18E/F Lot 27 Super Hornet
				166611 is an F.  With VFA-103.
				166612 is an F.  With VFA 103 Oct 4, 2008 struck flight deck
					director during catapult stroke, resulting in one fatality.
				166613/26 are Fs
					166613 c/n F106
					166616 (VFA-103) crashed into Arabic Sea Apr 8, 2013.  Both crew ejected and were rescued.
					166620 with VFA-103
					166623 with VFA-11
					166622 c/n F115
				166632 is an F, lot 27.  With VFA-105 in midair collision wiht 166656 over
					north Arabian Gulf during routine operations from
					USS Harry S Truman (CVN-75) Jan 6, 2008.
					Both crew ejected and were recovered.
				166634 is an F
				166637 (F/A-18F, VFA-213) crashed 30 mi NE of NAS Fallon, Nevada Feb 24, 2012 due to mechanical difficulties.
					Both crew ejected safely.
				166641 converted to prototype EA-18G Growler, flew for first time Aug 15, 2006, known
					as Article EA-1
166642			Boeing EA-18G Growler
					c/n EA-2
166643/166657		Boeing F/A-18E Lot 28 Super Hornet
				166645 (VFA-106) right main landing gear collapsed during arrested
					landing roolout at NAF El Centro, CA Jun 8, 2009.  No injury.
				166656 (VFA-105) in midair collision with 166632 north Arabian Gulf during routine
					operations from USS Harry S Truman Jan 6, 2008.  Pilot ejected and was recovered.
166658/166684		Boeing F/A-18F Lot 28 Super Hornet
				166658 c/n F136
				166661 deployed with VFA-32 aboard USS Harry S Truman to Mediterranean Jul 2013/Mar 2014.
				166677 c/n F155.
166685/166692		Bell/Boeing MV-22B Osprey
				c/n D0079/D0086
166693/166696		Boeing C-40A Clipper
				166693 assigned to VR-57 at NAS North Island, CA
				166694 (c/n 40573, line number 3346) to VR-59
				166695 (c/n 40574) delivered Oct 1, 2010 to Boeing Wichita
				166696 (c/n 40577) first flown Jun 13, 2011, delivered to NAS North Island, CA, Oct 21, 2011
					In service with VR-57 ‘Conquistadors’

166712/166717		Cessna UC-35D Encore
				166712 c/n 560-0672
				166713 c/n 560-0677
				166714 c/n 560-0679
				166715 c/n 560-0682, formerly N5204D
166718/166726		Bell/Boeing MV-22B Osprey
				c/n D0087/D0095
				166721 (c/n D0090) to VMM-162

166731/166747		Bell/Boeing MV-22B Osprey
				c/n D0096/D0112
				166735 (c/n D0100, VMM-365) the dash two of a section of MV-22Bs caught grass on fire after landing and burned the
					aircraft fuselage Jun 21, 2013.
				166742 to VMM-263
				166747 (c/n D0112to VMM-365 and VMM-264

166753/166758		Bell UH-1Y Venom
				
166759/166761		Bell AH-1Z Viper

166762/166765		Lockheed Martin KC-130J Hercules
				c/n 5562/5565
				166763 (VMGR-152) wingtip struck fin and probe of KC-135 while taxying at Kadena AB Mar 23, 2010
				166765 with VMGR-352 at MCAS Miramar
166766/166767		Cessna UC-35D Citation V
				c/n 0693, 0696.  
				166766 (c/n 0693) registered as N5076K
				166767 (c/n 0696) was previously N50715.  Was 13th and last for USMC, handed over May 21, 2006.  w
166768/166771		Bell UH-1Y Venom
166772/166774		Bell AH-1Z Viper
166775/166782		Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet
166783/166789		Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet
166790/166816		Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet
				166801 (VFA-22) suffered brake fire on landing rollout at Kandahar, Afghanistan Mar 12, 2011
166817/166841		Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet
				166831 c/n E150.  With VFA-81/CVW17 SOC Jun 4, 2014 on night landing approach to USS Carl Vinson off southern
					California.  Pilot ejected safely and recovered by helicopter.
				166832 c/n E151
				166833 c/n E152
				166834 c/n E153
				166835 c/n E154
				166836 c/n E155
				166837 c/n E156
				166838 c/n E157
				166839 c/n E158
				166840 c/n E159
				166841 c/n E160
166842/166854		Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet
166855/166858		Boeing EA-18G Lot 30 Growler
				166856 (VX-9) damaged Nov 17, 2008 due to inflight fire
				166857 may be a F/A-18E
166859/166872		Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet
				166859 c/n E161
				166860 c/n E162
				166861 c/n E163
166873/166892		Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet
166893/166900		Boeing EA-18G Lot 31 Growler
166901/166908 		Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet

166911			Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet

166915/166923		Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet

166928/166946		Boeing EA-18G Lot 32 Growler
				166931 VAQ-141 MODEX 503
				166934 VAQ-129 MODEX 564
166947/166957		Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet
				166948 (VFA-86) suffered inflight engine fire Jan 23, 2013, made uneventful landing at NAS Lemoore
				166954 c/n E196

166959			Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet
			
166961			Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet

166999 			Sikorsky MH-60R Seahawk	

167025			Sikorsky MH-60R Seahawk
				(HSM-51) airborne LF sonar departed in flight

167032			Sikorski MH-60R Seahawk

167034			Sikorsky MH-60R Seashwk

167036/167066		Sikorsky MH-60R Seahawk

167073/167107		Boeing T-45C Goshawk
				167081 (VT-22) crew ejected near Encino, Texas May 30, 2012
				167097 c/n C129

167108/167112		Lockheed Martin KC-130J Hercules
				167108 c/n 5577
				167109 c/n 5578
				167110 c/n 5579.  On civil registry as N5579. Flying VMGR-352  RAIDR 13 
  					adapted to  "Harvest Hawk" package equipped with target sight sensor 
  					used on the AH-1Z Cobra attack helicopter as well as a complement of four 
  					AGM-114 Hellfire and 10 Griffin missiles on hardpoints on the left wing.
				167111 c/n 5580 to VMGR-352.  2300th C-130 built.
				167112 c/n 5602

167782/167783		Cessna O-2A Pelican
				167783 (MAWTS-1 Combat Camera (COMCAM)) conducts training for aviation units at MCAS Yuma, Arizona.
167784/167788		Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout
				167788 SOC Apr 6, 2012

167791/167792		Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout
167793/1677808		Bell UH-1Y Venom
				167793 (c/n 55101) with HMLA-369 W/o Jul 6, 2011.
				167794 (c/n 55102)
				167795 (c/n 55103)
				167796 (c/n 55104)
				167797 (c/n 55105)
				167798 (c/n 55106)
				167799 (c/n 55107)
				167800 (c/n 55108)
				167802 (c/n 55110)
167809/167810		Bell AH-1Z Viper
167811			American Blimp MZ-3A
				Airship delivered to the US Navy, May 2006, a modified American Blimp Corporation A-170 series commercial blimp. 
				May 2006 assigned to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron TWENTY Lighter-than-Air Vehicle LTAV Detachment (VX-20 LTAV Det) 
				at Naval Air Engineering Station Lakehurst or NAES Lakehurst also known as Maxfield Field, It was formerly Naval 
				Air Station Lakehurst, and later Naval Air Engineering Center Lakehurst. In 2007 flight operations were halted 
				and the ship stored in Hangar Six at the naval air station.  In January 2010, the MZ-3A was transferred to the 
				United States Naval Research Laboratory Military Support Division Scientific Development Squadron ONE (VXS-1), 
				formerly known as the Flight Support Detachment, located at the Naval Air Station Pawtuxet River, Maryland.
				Currently, the ship is fitted with two, 180HP Lycoming engines, providing a maximum cruise speed of just under 
				50kts. Upon completion of its Gulf mission requested by the USCG. (It was July 5, 2010 when the MZ-3A was re-deployed 
				to the Jack Edwards National Airport in Gulf Shores, Alabama to assist in the Deepwater Horizon oil spill 
				recovery operation.) the MZ-3A will be fitted with two DeltaHawk turbodiesel engines for testing.
167812/167901		Sikorsky MH-60S Nighthawk
				167840 c/n 70.3183.
				167826 crashed in mountain flying in Toiyohe National Forest, Bridgeport, California Dec 21, 2011.  Minor injuries.
				167837 (HSC-12) deamaged on autorated landing after loss of tail rotor drive Dec 16, 2013.
				167895 (HSC-6) destroyed in Red Sea accident Sep 22, 2013 aboard destroyer US  Wm. P. Lawrence.	Rolled off DDG 110
					deck, 2 killed.		
167902/167922		Bell/Boeing MV-22B Osprey
				c/n D0113/D0133
				167902 crewman killed by cargo Jul 11, 2011 while in flight in Afghanistan.
				167903 to VMM-161
				167907 in 2011 was assigned to VMM-161 at MCAS Miramar, California
				167910 suffered engine seizure and fire while in flight May 2009.
				167917 to VMM-166
				167919 to VMM-261
167923/167927		Lockheed Martin KC-130J Hercules
				167923 (c/n 382-5590
				167924 (c/n 382-5591)
				167925 (c/n 382-5592)
				167926 (c/n 382-5593)
				167927 (c/n 382-5618) with VMGR-152.

167929/167930		Northrop Grumman E-2D Hawkeye
				Model G-123.  C/n AA3, AA4.

167951/167956		Boeing P-8A Poseidon
				167951 (c/n 34394) Article T-1. First flight Apr 25, 2009 as N541BA.  To VX-20
				167952 (c/n 40594)  C/n 34396 is the static test airframe.  Originally N327DS.  To VX-1
				167953 (c/n 34396) article T-2, uses test registration N441BA.  To VX-20
				167954 (c/n 34397) originally N397DS.  To VX-20
				167955 (c/n 40595) originally N328DS.  To VX-1
				167956 (c/n 40596) originally N391DS.  To VX-1
167957			Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet
				to RAAF as A44-201.  Rolled out Jul 8, 2009, first flight Jul 20, 2009.
167958/167966		Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet
				c/n AF-2/AF-10.  To Royal Australian Air Force as A44-202/210.

167981/167985		Lockheed Martin KC-130J Hercules
				167981 (c/n 382-5617) with VMGR-152.
				167982 (c/n 382-5603)
				167983 (c/n 382-5604)
				167984 (c/n 382-5605)
				167985 (c/n 382-5606)
167986/167988		Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout
				167987 SOC Jul 26, 2012
				167988 SOC Dec 13, 2012
167989/167998		Bell UH-1Y Venom
				For US Marine Corps.

168000/168003 		Bell AH-1Z Viper
168004/168033		Bell/Boeing MV-22B Osprey
				c/n D0134/D0163
				168004 to VMM261
				168006 delivered to MCAS Miramar Jan 4, 2011.  to VMM-166 and VMM-363
				168007 to VMM-166
				168010 c/n D0140.  In service with VMM-166 Mar 2013
				168011 c/n D0141.  In service with VMM-163 Oct 2012 and later VMM-561
				168012 c/n D0142.  In service with VMM-166 Apr 2012.
				168013 c/n DO143.  In service with VMMT-204 Dec 2013
				168022 to USMC.
				168025 to VMM-165
				168027 TO VMM-265
				168029 seen with VMM-165 Mar 30, 2012
				168031 to VMM-265
				168032 to VMM-265
				168033 to VMM-161
168034/168035		Sikorsky MH-60S
				168034 (c/n 70.3299) to Royal Thai Navy Oct 2011 as 3207
				168035 (c/n 70.3341) to Royal Thai Nanvy Oct 2011 as 3208
168036/168046 		Bell UH-1Y Venom
				168038 (HMLA-46) rolled over during night insert in Afghanistan Aug 22, 2012.  2 coalition passengers killed,
					1 crew injured.
				168039 (HMLA-469) collidied in midair with AH-1W 160107 and crashed at Yuma, AZ Feb 22, 2012. 5 killed.
				168041 (HMLA-167) in hard landing at forward operating base in Afghanistan May 23, 2013.  Not destroyed.

168049/168053		Bell AH-1Z Viper

168057/168062		Lockheed Martin F-35B Lightning II
				c/n BF-06/BF-11
				168057 VM-01 delivered Jan 11, 2012 to VMFAT-501
				168058 VM-02 delivered Jan 19, 2012 to VMFAT-501
				168059 VM-03 delivered Jan 11, 2012 to VMFAT-501
				168060 VM-04 delivered May 10, 2012 to VMFAT-501
				168061 VM-05 delivered May 10, 2012 to VMFAT-501
				168062 VM-06 delivered May 15, 2012 to VMFAT-501
168063/168064		Northrop Grumman X-47B
				Experimental unmanned carrier-based attack aircraft.
				Prototype unveiled at Palmdale, CA Dec 16, 2008.

168068/168075		Lockheed Martin KC-130J Hercules
				168065 (c/n 382-5644)
				168066 (c/n 382-5645)
				168067 (c/n 382-5646)
				168068 (c/n 382-5647)
				168069 (c/n 382-5660) with VMGR-252 at Cherry Point, NC in 2013
				168070 (c/n 382-5661) with VMGR-252 in 2011.
				168071 (c/n 382-5676) with VMGR-252 at Cherry Point, NC in 2013
				168072 (c/n 382-5677)
				168073 (c/n 382-5741) to Marine Corps Reserves at NAS Fort Worth, Texas Mar 18, 2014.
				168074 Will go to VMGR-152.
				168075 c/n 382-5632.  To VMGR-152

168204/168209		Hawker Beechcraft UC-12W Huron
				King Air 350 for USMC.
				168204 to VMR-4 at NAS New Orleans
				168205 to VMR-4 at NAS New Orleans
				168206 to MCAS Iwakuni
				168207 to VMR-2 at MCAS Miramar 
				168208 to MCA Futemna
				168209 seen in Manila Jan 22, 2014.

168214/168244		Bell/Boeing MV-22B Osprey
				c/n DO164/D0194
				168217 to VMM-265
				168219 to VMM-265
				168220 To VMM-265
				168224 to VMM-265
				168228 a block 14 aircraft
				168233 to VMM-263
				168238 to VMM-263
				168240 c/n D0190
				168241 c/n D0191.  In service with VMM-163 Feb 2013.  Suffered hardlanding Aug 26, 2013 while executing reduced
					visibility landing practice at Indian Springs, Nevada.  No fatalities, but aircraft was destroyed.
				168242 c/n D0192.  In service with VMM-163 Feb 2013.
168245/168249		EADS UH-72A Lakota
				168245 (c/n 9256) was N566AE before delivery
				168246 (c/n 9269) was N572AE before delivery
				168247 (c/n 9270) was N573AE before delivery
				168248 (c/n 9272) was N571AE before delivery
				168249 (c/n 9290) was N660AE before delivery
168250/168261		Boeing EA-18G Lot 33 Growler

168264/168274		Boeing EA-18G Growler
				c/n G-46/G-56

168278/168290		Bell/Boeing MV-22B Osprey
				c/n DO195/D0207

168308/168314		Lockheed Martin F-35B Lightning II
				c/n BF-12/BF-18.
				168308 VM-07 for VMFAT-501
				168309 VM-08 for VMFAT-501
				168310 VM-09 for VMFAT-501
				168311 VM-10 delivered Sep 27, 2012 to VMFAT-501
				168312 VM-11 delivered Oct 19, 2012 to VMFAT-501
				168313 VM-12 delivered Oct 4, 2012 to VMFAT-501
				168314 VM-13 delivered Nov 6, 2012 to VMFAT-501

168317/168320		Bell UH-1Y Venom

168353/168370		Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet
168371/168392		Boeing EA-18G Growler

168394/168397		Sikorsky MH-60S Seahawk
168398/168401		Bell AH-1Z Viper
				For US Marine Corps
168402/168417		Bell UH-1Y Venom
				For US Marine Corps
168418/168422		Bell AH-1Z Viper

168426/168427		Bell UH-1Y Venom
168428/168440		Boeing P-8A Poseidon
				c/n 40808/40820
				168428 c/n 40808, line number 3612 with test registration N392DS.  To VP-20.  Noted Mar 28, 2012 with VP-30
				168429 c/n 40809, formerly with test registration N397DS.  To VP-16 in 2012.
				168430 c/n 40810, formerly with test registration N398DS.  Attached to VP-16 at NAS Jacksonville
				168431 c/n 40811, formerly with test registration N507DS.  To VP-16
				168432 c/n 40812, formerly with test registration N516DS.  To VP-16
				168433 c/n 40813, formerly with test registration N530DS.  To VP-16
				168434 c/n 40814, formerly with test registration N532DS.  To VP-30
				168435 c/n 40815, formerly with test registration N533DS.  To VP-30
				168436 c/n 40816, formerly with test registration N536DS.  To VP-5
				168437 c/n 40817, formerly with test registration N537DS.  To VP-5
				168438 c/n 40818, formerly with test registration N327DS
				168439 c/n 40819, formerly with test registration N539DS.
				168440 c/n 40820, formerly with test registration N708DS.  To VP-30 Dec 4, 2013
168441/168443		Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout

168449/168451		Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout

168455/168456		Northrop Grumman MQ-8C Fire Scout
				unmanned helicopter prototupes
				168456 first flight Feb 12, 2014.

168457			Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton
				Broad Area Maritime Surveillance Unmanned Aircraft System

168463/168466		Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet

168471 			Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet
				(VFA-122) engine damaged during low-power turn at NAS Lemoore

163485/168493		Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet
				c/n F259/F267

168498 			Bell UH-1Y Venom

168516/168517		Bell AH-1Z Viper

168530/168543		Sikorsky MH-60S Block IIIB Sea Hawk

168543			Sikorsky MH-60S

168544			Sikorsky S-70A Knighthawk

168717/168732		Lockheed Martin F-35B Lightning II
				c/n BF-19/BF-34.  VTOL version for US Marine Corps
				168717 VK-15 delivered Oct 2012 to VMFAT-501
				168718 VK-16 delivered Nov 16, 2012 to VMFA-121
				168719 VK-01 delivered Oct 2012 to VMFA-121
				168720 VK-02 delivered Dec 2012 to VMFA-121
				168721 VK-03 delivered May 22, 2013 to VMFA-121
				168722 VK-04 delivered Mar 2013 to VMFA-121
				168723 VK-05 delivered Mar 2013 to VMFA-121
				168724 VK-06 delivered May 22, 2013 to VMFA-121
				168725 VK-07 delivered Mar 2013 to VMFA-121
				168726 VK-08 for VMFA-121
				168727 VK-09 for VMFA-121
				168728 VK-10 for VMFA-121
				168729 VK-11 for VMFA-121
				168730 VK-12 for VMFA-121
				168731 VK-13 for VMFA-121
				168732 VK-14 for VMFA-121
168733/168736		Lockheed Martin F-35C Lightning II
				c/n CF-06/CF-09. Carrier-based version for US Navy
				168733 NJ-101 delivered to VFA-101 Apr 24, 2013
				168734 delivered to VFA-101 Apr 23, 2013
				168735 delivered to VX-23 Aug 2, 2013 
				168736 delivered to VFA-101 Nov 7, 2013

168739			Teledyne Ryan RQ-4A Global Hawk
				SOC Jun 11, 2012

168754/168759		Boeing P-8A Poseidon
				c/n 42250/42255.  Boeing 737-8FV
				168754 c/n 42250. N736DS, registered 30Apr13, cancelled 27Dec13 on delivery to US Navy as 168754	
				168755 c/n 42251. N740DS, registered 7Jun13, cancelled 25Feb14 on delivery to US Navy as 168755	
				168756 c/n 42252. N753DS, registered 30Jul13, cancelled 28Feb14 on delivery to US Navy as 168756	
				168757 c/n 42253. N755DS, registered 11Sep13, cancelled 10Apr14 on delivery to US Navy as 168757	
				168758 c/n 42254. N758DS, registered 18Oct13; cancelled 7May14 on delivery to US Navy as 168757 
				168759 c/n 42255. N762DS, registered 21Nov13; on order for delivery to US Navy
				c/n 42256. N768DS, registered 6Feb14; on order for delivery to US Navy	
				c/n 42257. N771DS, registered 11Mar14; on order for delivery to US Navy
				c/n 2258. N780DS, registered 8Apr14; on order for delivery to US Navy
				c/n 42259. N781DS, registered 2May14; on order for delivery to US Navy

168765/168767		Boeing EA-18G Growler

168814/168837		Sikorsky MH-60R
				To Australia as N48-001/024

168839/168840		Lockheed Martin F-35B Lightning II
				c/n BF-35/BF-37.  VTOL version for US Marine Corps
168841/168848		Lockheed Martin F-35C Lightning II
				c/n CF-10/CF-17.  Carrier-based version for US Navy

168882			Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet
				With VFA-122.

168895			Boeing EA-18G Growler

168988			CN235M-300
				c/n 188.  To Yemen AF as 2211.  Reportedly used USN serial to facilitate delivery flight across the
				Mediterranean.

168988			CASA/IPTN CN-235-300M
				c/n C188.  Supplied to Yemen Arab Republic Air Force as 2211 by US Foreign Military Financing program