1953 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised May 5, 2015


53-001/052		Douglas C-124C Globemaster II
				MSN 44296/44347
				001 (MSN 44296) to MASDC as CQ358 Jul 23, 1974.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
				002 (MSN 44297) to MASDC as CQ292 Jul 7, 1972.
				003 (MSN 44298) to MASDC as CQ347 Jul 17, 1974.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
				004 (MSN 44299) to MASDC as CQ298 Jul 21, 1972
				005 (MSN 44300) to MASDC as CQ305 Apr 27, 1972.
				006 (MSN 44301) to MASDC as CQ344 Jul 11, 1974.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974
				007 (MSN 44302) to MASDC as CQ277 Apr 21, 1972
				008 (MSN 44303) to MASDC as CQ349 Jul 16, 1974.
				009 (MSN 44304) to MASDC as CQ357 Jul 23, 1974
				010 (MSN 44305) caught fire on ground at Wright Patterson AFB, OH
					Oct 11, 1965 and burned out. 
				011 (MSN 44306) to MASDC as CQ278 Apr 21, 1972.
				012 (MSN 44307) to MASDC as CQ011 Feb 27, 1969
				013 (MSN 44308) to MASDC as CQ194 Jul 7, 1971
				014 (MSN 44309) to MASDC as ??? May 19, 1971
				015 (MSN 44310) to MASDC as CQ158 Mar 8, 1971
				016 (MSN 44311) to MASDC as CQ220 Dec 15, 1971
				017 (MSN 44312) to MASDC as CQ156 Feb 3, 1971
				018 (MSN 44313) to MASDC as CQ271 Apr 14, 1972
				019 (MSN 44314) to MASDC as CQ218 Nov 23, 1971
				020 (MSN 44315) to MASDC as CQ295 Jun 22, 1972
				021 (MSN 44316) ditched in Atlantic Ocean off Iceland Mar 2, 1956.
					All crew were killed.
				022 (MSN 44317) to MASDC as ??? Dec 17, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970
				023 (MSN 44318) to MASDC as CQ216 Nov 9, 1971
				024 (MSN 44319) to MASDC as CQ259 Mar 22, 1972.
				025 (MSN 44320) to MASDC as CQ296 Jun 22, 1972
				026 (MSN 44321) to MASDC as ??? Nov 19, 1969,  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970
				027 (MSN 44322) to MASDC as CQ141 Jan 6, 1970
				028 (MSN 44323) to MASDC as ??? May 26, 1969
				029 (MSN 44324) to MASDC as CQ355 Jul 22, 1974.  Declared exscess Nov 15, 1974
				030 (MSN 44325) to MASDC as CQ303 Jul 28, 1972.  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970
				031 (MSN 44326) to MASDC as CQ143 Jan 9, 1970.  Declared excess Jan 22, 1970
				032 (MSN 44327) to MASDC as CQ351 Jul 17, 1974.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
				033 (MSN 44328) crashed on landing at Charleston AFB, SC.
				034 (MSN 44329) to MASDC as CQ284 May 9, 1972.
				035 (MSN 44330) to MASDC as CQ044 Apr 25, 1969
				037 (MSN 44332) to MASDC as CQ070 May 21, 1969
				038 (MSN 44333) ot MASDC as CQ043 Apr 24, 1969
				039 (MSN 44334) to MASDC as CQ346 Jul 17, 1974  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
				040 (MSN 44335) to MASDC as ??? Apr 22, 1969
				041 (MSN 44336) to MASDC as CQ327 Jan 19, 1973.
				042 (MSN 44337) to MASDC as ??? Apr 18, 1969
				043 (MSN 44338) to MASDC as CQ339 Jun 24, 1974.  Declared excess Nov 15, 1974.
				044 (MSN 44339) to MASDC as CQ364 Sep 19, 1974.  Was last C-124 in Military Air Command Reserve Forces.  
					Declared excees Nov 15, 1974.  Re-registered N3153F 
					and parked at McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV for almost 20 years.  Plans to convert it into a 				
					restaurant never reached fruition.  Scrapped Mar 26, 2001.
				045 (MSN 44340) to MASDC as CQ359 Aug 6, 1974
				046 (MSN 44341) to MASDC as CQ287 May 24, 1972
				047 (MSN 44342) in ground accident at Kelly AFB, TX Jun 30, 1970
				048 (MSN 44343) to MASDC as CQ270 Apr 2, 1972
				049 (MSN 44344) to MASDC qs CQ299 Jul 22, 1972.
				050 (MSN 44345) was with with 28th ATS at Hill AFB, and with 151st MAG of Utah ANG.  To storage at MASDC in
					1973.  Now on display at Hill AFB, Utah.  
				051 (MSN 44346) to MASDC as CQ268 Apr 6, 1972
				052 (MSN 44347) to MASDC as CQ119 Nov 24, 1969
53-053/105		Douglas C-124C Globemaster II
				All cancelled
53-106/365		Boeing KC-97G Stratofreighter 
				MSN 16888/17147.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				106,109,138,140,142,145,160,162,197,201,209/215,217,220,228,233/236,238,239,241,242,246,261,270/275,279,284,
					294,297,306,311/314,316,324,329,330,332,334,335,337/342,346,349,353,356,358,359,364,365 converted to C-97G.
				106,220 converted to EC-97G.	
				115,117,120,122,131,134,147,161,165,170, 173,174,216 converted to HC-97G.
				163,182,343,344 converted to C-97K.
				150,172,189,200,202,205,208,218,223/225,230,232,237,240,243,244,265,276,278,280,282,283,291,292,295,296,
					298,304,307,310,315,317,319,325,327,348,350,352,354,355,357,360/363 converted to KC-97L.
				106 (MSN 16888) converted to EC-97G and operated by CIA for covert ELINT in Berlin corrdor. To MASDC Jan 29, 1975.
				107 (MSN 16889) to MASDC Oct 19, 1964
				108 (MSN 16890) to MASDC Oct 12, 1965
				109 (MSN 16891) to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
				110 (MSN 16892) suffered inflight explosion and crashed into
					Atlantic Ocean 90 miles off Reykjavik, Iceland May 4, 1955.
				111 (MSN 16893) to MASDC Sep 25, 1964
				112 (MSN 16894) to MASDC Nov 10, 1965
				113 (MSN 16895) to MASDC Nov 10, 1965
				114 (MSN 16896) to MASDC Nov 3, 1965
				115 (MSN 16897) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as HC516 Apr 15, 1972
				116 (MSN 16898) to MASDC Nov 4, 1965
				117 (MSN 16899) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as HC512 Apr 11, 1972
				118 (MSN 16900) to MASDC Nov 3, 1965
				119 (MSN 16901) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 8, 1970
				121 (MSN 16903) converted to KC-97G.  To MASDC, solde to Aero Spacelines, parts combined with 53-163 to
					build SGT-201-2 N212AS, later F-BPPA
				122 (MSN 16904) converted to HC-97G. To MASDC as CH524 Jun 21, 1972
				123 (MSN 16905) to MASDC Dec 8, 1965
				124 (MSN 16906) to MASDC Nov 4, 1965
				125 (MSN 16907) to MASDC Feb 21, 1966
				126 (MSN 16908) to MASDC Mar 20, 1967
				127 (MSN 16909) to MASDC as CH297 Dec 7, 1965
				128 (MSN 16910) to MASDC Nov 16, 1965
				129 (MSN 16911) to MASDC Dec 8, 1965
				130 (MSN 16912) to MASDC Dec 7, 1965
				131 (MSN 16913) converted to HC-97G 5/1964.  To MASDC for storage
					as CH518 Apr 15, 1972, scrapped Aug 1972.
				132 (MSN 16914) to MASDC Oct 5, 1965
				133 (MSN 16915) to MASDC Feb 3, 1965
				134 (MSN 16916) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Oct 25, 1966
				135 (MSN 16917) to MASDC Dec 21, 1965
				136 (MSN 16918) to MASDC Feb 3, 1965
				137 (MSN 16919) to MASDC Nov 5, 1965
				138 (MSN 16920) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 18, 1971
				139 (MSN 16921) to MASDC Dec 20, 1965
				140 (MSN 16922) to MASDC Oct 13, 1965
				142 (MSN 16924) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Dec 6, 1968.  Declared excess Jan 16, 1969
				144 (MSN 16926) to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
				145 (MSN 16927) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Feb 16, 1971.  Declared excess May 19, 1971.
				146 (MSN 16928) to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
				148 (MSN 16930) to MASDC Dec 3, 1965
				149 (MSN 16931) to MASDC Jan 9, 1964
				150 (MSN 16932) converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Jul 7, 1976
				151 (MSN 16933) to MASDC as CH255 Nov 3, 1965.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				152 (MSN 16934) to MASDC Nov 30, 1965
				153 (MSN 16935) to MASDC
				154 (MSN 16936) to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
				155 (MSN 16937) to MASDC Oct 6, 1965
				156 (MSN 16938) to MASDC Nov 23, 1965
				157 (MSN 16939) converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Feb 20, 1968
				158 (MSN 16940) to MASDC Oct 8, 1965
				159 (MSN 16941) to MASDC Oct 21, 1965
				160 (MSN 16942) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 12, 1971
				161 (MSN 16943) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC Mar 20, 1967
				162 (MSN 16944) converted to C-97G around 1963 and to 109th ATS/Minnesota ANG until retired to
					MASDC Mar 6, 1971.
				163 (MSN 16945) to MASDC Mar 29, 1966.  Sold to Aero Spacelines, used to build Super Guppy SGT-201-1 N211AS, later
					F-BPPA. 
				164 (MSN 16946) to MASDC Oct 12, 1965
				165 (MSN 16947) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH521 May 25, 1972
				166 (MSN 16948) to MASDC Nov 1, 1965
				167 (MSN 16949) to MASDC Dec 17, 1965
				168 (MSN 16950) to MASDC Dec 21, 1965
				169 (MSN 16951) to MASDC Oct 11, 1965
				170 (MSN 16952) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH526 Jun 23, 1972
				171 (MSN 16953) to MASDC as CH275 Nov 18, 1965
				172 (MSN 16954) to MASDC Dec 20, 1965.  Returned to service Jun 18, 1971 and converted to KC-97L.
					To Spanish AF
				173 (MSN 16955) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH527 Jun 23 1972.
				174 (MSN 16956) converted to HC-97G.  To MASDC as CH515 Apr 7, 1972
				175 (MSN 16957) to MASDC Oct 26, 1964
				176 (MSN 16958) to MASDC Oct 20, 1965
				178 (MSN 16960) to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
				179 (MSN 16961) to MASDC Oct 28, 1965
				180 (MSN 16962) to MASDC Nov 4, 1965
				181 (MSN 16963) to MASDC Oct 26, 1964
				182 (MSN 16964) converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jun 2, 1970.
				183 (MSN 16965) to MASDC Sep 30, 1964
				185 (MSN 16967) while assigned to 380th SRW at Plattsburgh AFB, New York was run over by a B-52 Jul 31, 1963.
					Retired to MASDC Apr 19, 1965.
				186 (MSN 16968) to MASDC Apr 19, 1965
				187 (MSN 16969) to MASDC Dec 20, 1965
				188 (MSN 16970) to MASDC Nov 23, 1965
				189 (MSN 16971) to MASDC Dec 10, 1965.  To Hayes Aircraft Jun 29, 1971
					and converted to KC-97L.  To Spanish AF as TK.1-03; noted summer 2003 in Museo 
					del Aire, Cuatro Vientos, Spain.
				190 (MSN 16972) to MASDC as CH276 Nov 19, 1965
				191 (MSN 16973) to MASDC as CH322 Dec 17, 1965
				192 (MSN 16974) to MASDC Oct 14, 1965
				193 (MSN 16975) to MASDC Dec 10, 1965
				194 (MSN 16976) to MASDC Jun 4, 1965
				196 (MSN 16978) to MASDC Nov 2, 1964
				197 (MSN 16979) converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jun 27, 1973
				198 (MSN 16980) on displayh at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, NE since 1964.
				199 (MSN 16981) to MASDC Nov 24, 1964
				200 (MSN 16982) to MASDC as CH188 Apr 16, 1965.  Returned
					to service Mar 5, 1970.  To MASDC as CH618 Feb 8, 1978.  Nose at Gillespie Field, CA Jan 2002.
				201 (MSN 16983) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 7, 1971
				202 (MSN 16984) converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC May 14, 1965.  To civil registry as N8540D
				203 (MSN 16985) to MASDC Nov 3, 1966
				204 (MSN 16986) to MASDC as CH324 Dec 20, 1965
				205 (MSN 16987) converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Nov 17, 1965.  Returned to service Jun 3, 1970.  
					To MASDC as CH601 Aug 2, 1977
				206 (MSN 16988) to MASDC Nov 15, 1965
				207 (MSN 16989) to MASDC Nov 30, 1965
				208 (MSN 16990) to MASDC Oct 28, 1965. Returned to
					service Apr 15, 1970.  Stored at Greybull, WY as N397HP
				209 (MSN 16991) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 27, 1968
				211 (MSN 16993) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 18, 1971
				212 (MSN 16994) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jul 8, 1968
				213 (MSN 16995) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 12, 1971
				214 (MSN 16996) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH388 Apr 23, 1968
				215 (MSN 16997) named “City of Fogarty” with 197th MAS Arizona ANG in May 1972.  To MASDC Feb 19, 1975.  
					Sold to Aero Spacelines, broken up for parts and sold to Airbus, shipped to France to build Super 
					Guppy SGT-201-3(F) F-GDSG
				216 (MSN 16998) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 12, 1966
				217 (MSN 16999) converted to C-97G.  TO MASDC Jul 26, 1966
				218 (MSN 17000) to MASDC Feb 13, 1965.  To civil registry as N97KC.  In 1988 was in use as a restaurant at McMinnville, OR.
					Now with Minnesota ANG Museum, donated from Hawkings and
					Powers of Greybull, WY.
				219 (MSN 17001) to MASDC Oct 16, 1965
				220 (MSN 17002) converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Apr 15, 1973.
				221 (MSN 17003) to MASDC Nov 15, 1965
				222 (MSN 17004, 384th ARS) crashed into Adirondack mountains on flight from Westover AFB, MA
					Jan 22, 1957.  7 onboard killed.
				223 (MSN 17005) to MASDC Dec 9, 1965.  Returned to service Feb 17, 1970.   "City of Oklahoma City" with 185th MAS, OK ANG  
					converted to KC-97L then to C-97L.   Converted to fuel hauler for/by  Stratolift Inc. of Anchorage, AK  
					registered as N4580Q.  Caught fire while offloading fuel at Unalakleet Airport, AK May 18, 1989 
  					W/O.  Hulk sitting at airport. 
				224 (MSN 17006) to MASDC Jun 7, 1966.  Returned to service Mar 26, 1970
				225 (MSN 17007) to MASDC Dec 16, 1965.  Returned to service Apr 6, 1970.
					To Spanish AF as TK.1-2.  Stored at Tarragon after WFU, moved
					to Taracon 1983 and used as cafe.  Reported Feb 2008 to have
					been at Sant Cugat des Valles Airport (a nightclub,not a
					real airport) NW of Barcelona since 1988
				226 (MSN 17008) to MASDC Dec 17, 1965.
				227 (MSN 17009) to MASDC Nov 1, 1965
				228 (MSN 17010) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jan 31, 1971
				229 (MSN 17011) to MASDC as CH317 Jun 22, 1966
				230 (MSN 17012) on Jul 28, 1955 to 384th Air Refueling Squadron (Medium) (Strategic Air Command), 
					Westover AFB, MA
					Apr 27, 1956 Deployed to Ernest Harmon AB, Newfoundland
					Jun 25, 1957 Returned to Westover AFB, MA
					Jul 31, 1962 To 4050th Air Refueling Wing (SAC), Westover AFB, MA
					Jan 1, 1963 To 499th Air Refueling Wing (SAC), Westover AFB, MA
					Oct 11, 1963 Deployed to Lajes AB, Azores
					Jan 2, 1964 Returned to Westover AFB, MA
					May 21, 1964 To 134th Air Refueling Group (Tennessee ANG), McGhee Tyson Airport, Knoxville, TN
					Apr 21, 1965 To Hayes Aircraft Corp., Birmingham, AL, for work
					May 16, 1965 Redesignated KC-97L
					May 18, 1965 To 134th Air Refueling Group (TNANG), McGhee Tyson Airport, Knoxville, TN
					Aug 6, 1976 To Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center (AF Logistics Command), 
						Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Oct 1, 1976 Declared excess
					Mar 11, 1980 Dropped from the USAF inventory by transfer to museum or school
					Preserved at Air Mobility Command Museum at Dover AFB, Delaware.
				231 (MSN 17013) collided with B-52 during refueling near Dow AFB, ME Dec 14, 1959.
					Despite damage, the aircraft made a successful emergency
					landing at Dow AFB.
				232 (MSN 17014) converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Aug 6, 1976
				233 (MSN 17015) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Sep 26, 1969
				234 (MSN 17016) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 13, 1971
				235 (MSN 17017) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Nov 15, 1967
				236 (MSN 17018) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH393 Apr 29, 1968
				237 (MSN 17019) converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Sep 1, 1976
				238 (MSN 17020) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 14, 1968
				239 (MSN 17021) to MASDC Oct 26, 1964
				240 (MSN 17022) to MASDC Jun 7, 1966.  Returned to service
					Apr 6, 1970.  Now on display at 8th Air Force Museum, Barksdale AFB, Louisiana.
				241 (MSN 17023) to Spanish AF as TK.13-1.  W/o in the 1970s.
				242 (MSN 17024) to MASDC Mar 4, 1965
				243 (MSN 17025) converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Feb 28, 1977.  Nose was in storage at Paul Garber Restoration 
					Facility, Suitland, MD.  Now at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM
				244 (MSN 17026) converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Dec 7, 1976.  To civil registry as N4236C
				245 (MSN 17027) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 4, 1971
				246 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Sep 5, 1967
				247 to MASDC Oct 21, 1965
				248 to MASDC Jun 9, 1965
				249 modified to test armament arrangement for F-89H.  To MASDC Nov 17, 1965
				250 to MASDC Dec 20, 1965
				251 to MASDC Nov 8, 1965
				252 to MASDC Oct 20, 1964
				254 to MASDC Oct 20, 1964
				255 to MASDC Apr 6, 1964
				257 to MASDC as CH331 Dec 21, 1965
				258 to MASDC Jan 12, 1965
				259 to MASDC Dec 15, 1965
				260 to MASDC May 6, 1964
				261 to MASDC May 6, 1964
				262 to MASDC Oct 14, 1965
				263 to MASDC Oct 13, 1965
				264 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
				265 (MSN 17047) converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Dec 6, 1965.  Returned to service
					May 4, 1970.  Stored at Greybull, Wy as N497HP Aug 2, 2006
				266 to MASDC Nov 19, 1965
	`			267 crashed at Nouasseur AB, Morocco Aug 23, 1960.
				268 to MASDC Oct 22, 1965
				269 to MASDC Oct 22, 1965
				270 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 24, 1971
				271 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 12, 1970
				272 (MSN 17054) at Lancaster/Fox field AP, CA
				273 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Dec 23, 1970
				274 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Dec 2, 1970
				275 (MSN 17057) to Spanish AF
				276 to MASDC as CH183 Apr 6, 1965.  Returned to service Mar 5, 1970.  To MASDC as CH615 Feb 3, 1978
				278 (MSN 17060) to MASDC as CH182 Apr 6, 1965.  Returned to service Mar 11, 1970.  Front fuselage
					preserved by La Fédération Française des Ailes Anciennes and stored at the Aeroscopia Museum, Toulouse, France
				279 converted to C-97G. To MASDC Nov 14, 1967
				280 (MSN 17062) to MASDC Oct 20, 1965.  Converted to KC-97L and returned to service Jul 3, 1970.
					Became N49548; was delivered October 1984 to Paris-le Bourget for conversion 
					by UTA to Guppy 201 but conversion not undertaken and aircraft loaned to 
					Musee de l'Air.   Noted at Musee de l'Air, Paris 1988.  Flown to Nancy-Essey
					for the local air museum, but the museum went bankrupt and the plane
					was broken up Jan 2005. Tail is preserved at Zruc airpark in Czech Republic.
				281 to MASDC Oct 6, 1965
				282 (MSN 17064) to MASDC Dec 21, 1965.  Returned to service
					Oct 9, 1970.  Noted on display Sept 2003 at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Texas
				283 (MSN 17065) attached to 70th SRW at Little Rock AFB from 1955 to 1963.  To MASDC May 4, 1965.  Returned to service
					Apr 23, 1970.  Converted to KC-97L.  Put on display at NAS JRB Forth Worth, TX.
					Bought by a private party in Dec 2001 and trucked to Colorado Springs, Co and used for
					a restaurant.  One wing is inside the restaurant, with the fuselage and the other wing outside. 
				284 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Apr 1, 1973. 
				285 to MASDC Nov 1, 1965
				286 to MASDC Nov 1, 1965
				288 to MASDC Jun 3, 1965
				290 to MASDC Dec 14, 1965
				291 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC
				292 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC
				293 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
				294 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jul 23, 1970
				295 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC
				296 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC
				297 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 23, 1968
				298 to MASDC as CH185 Apr 6, 1965.  Converted to KC-97L.   Returned to service
					Mar 6, 1970.  To MASDC as CH594 May 27, 1977.  To civil registry as N2987W.
					Now on display at Warner Robins Museum of Aviation, Georgia.
				299 to MASDC Dec 17, 1965
				300 to MASDC Jun 13, 1964
				301 to MASDC Oct 17, 1965
				302 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
				303 to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
				304 to MASDC Nov 9, 1965
				305 to MASDC Oct 8, 1965
				307 to MASDC as CH184 Apr 6, 1965.  Returned to service Mar 20, 1970.
					Converted to KC-97L
				308 w/o Jan 18, 1959 in ground fire at Elmendorf AB, Alaska
				309 destroyed by fire at Elmendorf AFB in 1958.  Also shows up as going to MASDC Mar 3, 1965.
				310 to MASDC May 4, 1965.  Returned to service Mar 4, 1970.  Converted to KC-97L
				311 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH390 Apr 25, 1968
				312 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 27, 1968
				314 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 6, 1968
				315 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Aug 6, 1976.
				317 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Sep 23, 1976
				318 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
				319 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Jul 7, 1976
				320 to MASDC Jun 3, 1965
				321 to MASDC Jun 3, 1965
				322 to MASDC Apr 8, 1965
				324 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
				325 to MASDC May 4, 1965.  Returned to service May 13, 1970.  Converted to KC-97L
				326 to MASDC May 4, 1965.
				327 on display at Whiteman AFB, Missouri
				328 to MASDC Mar 7, 1965
				329 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 23, 1971
				330 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Mar 24, 1971
				332 converted to C-97G.  Was with Confederate Air Force collection at Harlingen in 1978/80.  Later returned
					to USAF.
				333 to MASDC Oct 1, 1964.  
				334 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 23, 1968
				335 (MSN 17117) converted to C-97G.  To MASDC May 7, 1969.
					Nose section on display at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.
				336 crash landed in Everglades after ran out of fuel Jan 7, 1958
				337 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jul 8, 1968
				338 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 28, 1975
				339 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 10, 1968
				340 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH389 Apr 25, 1968
				341 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 17, 1968
				342 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Apr 10, 1968
				343 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Jan 21, 1971
				344 converted to C-97K.  To MASDC Feb 4, 1971
				345 to MASDC Nov 23, 1965
				346 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1967
				347 to MASDC Dec 2, 1965
				348 to MASDC Dec 2, 1965.  Returned to service.  To MASDC as CH602 Sep 27, 1977
				349 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1971.
				350 (MSN 17132) converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Oct 8, 1976.  Stored at Greybull, WY as N972HP
				351 to MASDC Mar 4, 1965
				352 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Aug 6, 1976
				353 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1971
				354 on display at Castle Air Museum, California
				355 to MASCC as CH0613 Jan 27, 1978
				356 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Jun 4, 1971
				357 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC as CH593 May 26, 1977
				358 (MSN 17140) made wheels-up landing at Palmdale AFB, CA
					Oct 28, 1965 and DBR.
				359 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC Aug 8, 1967
				360 on display at Air Park, Malmstrom AFB Museum, Montana, marked as
					52-2638
				361 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Jun 28, 1977 as CH0596, to Dross Metals, Tucson, AZ as N1365P.  
					Seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				362 converted to KC-97L.  To MASDC Dec 8, 1976.
				363 (KC-97L) on display at March Field Museum, California.
				364 converted to C-97G.  TO MASDC Aug 12, 1970
				365 converted to C-97G.  To MASDC as CH509 Oct 8, 1971
					Sold to Israel AF as civil number 4X-FPM, military serial 040
53-366/372		Boeing RB-52B-25-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 16845/16851
				366 to MASDC 1/20/66
				367 to MASDC 1/6/66
				368 to MASDC 1/17/66
				369 to MASDC 2/9/66
				370 to MASDC 1/26/66
				371 crashed during takeoff at Castle AFB 1/29/59 
				372 to RTS Castle 10/11/65--to MASDC 2/18/67 
53-373/376		Boeing B-52B-25-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 16852/16855
				373 to MASDC 1/22/66
				374 to MASDC 1/8/66
				375 to MASDC 1/4/66
				376 to MASDC 1/14/66
53-377/379		Boeing RB-52B-30-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 16856/16858
				377 to ground instruction airframe at Anderson AFB, Guam.
				378 to MASDC Jun 29, 1966
				379 to AFFTC in 1965, deleted in 1970.  Used for barrier tests.  Now at south end of Rogers Dry Lakebed in
					vandalized condition
53-380/387		Boeing B-52B-30-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 16859/16866
				380 shot down Jul 4, 1961 by inadvertent launch of Sidewinder from ANG F-100.  Crashed
					on Mt Taylor, NM.
				381 to MASDC 5/12/65
				382 crashed on landing at Castle AFB 11/6/57.
				383 to MASDC 6/28/66
				384 (93rd BW) crashed Feb 16, 1956 near Tracy, CA near Sacramento Ca after 
					inflight fire.  4 killed, 4 survived.
				385 to MASDC 2/4/66
				386 to MASDC 10/1/65
				387 to MASDC 6/29/66
53-388/398		Boeing B-52B-35-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 16867/16877
				388 to MASDC 6/30/66
				389 to MASDC 2/8/66
				390 crashed 1/19/61 in Utah after turbulence-induced structural failure at high level.
				391 to MASDC 2/10/66
				392 to MASDC 6/28/66
				393 (93rd BS) crashed Sep 16/17, 1956 near Madera, CA after inflight fire.
					5 killed, 2 parachuted to safety.
				394 named "Lucky Lady III",  Flew as part of a 3-ship B-52 flight around the world.  Took off from
					Castle AFB, CA Jan 16, 1957 and landed at March AFB, CA after 45 hours and 19 minutes.
					To USAF Museum, WPAFB.  Scrapped in 1984.  Nose section to Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH
				395 to MASDC 6/25/66
				396 to MASDC 6/29/66
				397 to MASDC 6/25/66
				398 was one of ht eplanes that went around the world with "Lucky Lady III" on Operation Power Flight Jan
					16/18, 1957.  To MASDC 11/20/65.
53-399/408		Boeing B-52C-40-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 16878/16887 
				399 used at WPAFB for flight test as JB-52C.  This aircraft was earmarked for conversion as 
					carrier for the X-20 Dyna-Soar, had that program not been cancelled
					Delivered to MASDC 7/28/75 as BC212 and scrapped there.
				400 to MASDC as BC205 9/28/71
				401 to MASDC as BC156 3/23/71.  Scrapped
				402 to MASDC as BC206 9/29/71
				403 to MASDC as BC189 8/31/71
				404 to MASDC as BC170 7/27/71.  Scrapped
				405 to MASDC as BC180 8/12/71
				406 (99th BS) crashed Jan 24, 1963 near Greenville ME due to
					turbulence-induced structural failure at low level and vertical 
					stabilizer broke off.  Only 3 were able to eject, but one was killed
					when he struck a tree.  7 crew were killed.
				407 to MASDC as BC176 8/5/71
				408 to MASDC as BC178 8/10/71
53-409/481		Douglas RB-66B-DL Destroyer
				Production version of RB-66A reconnaissance Destroyer
				410 (43rd TRS, 432nd TRG) overran runway at Eglin AFB, Florida plunged over a 50-foot bluff 
					and broke in half Apr 11, 1957.  Both crew escaped serious injury.
				412 modified as JRB-66B to test radar and control system of Boeing-MARC BOMARC missile.
					Now at Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, Rantoul, IL.
				413 converted to NRB-66B for use to test radar and avionics for
					F-111.  To MASDC as BR103 Feb 5, 1970.
				417 to MASDC Jun 3, 1964.
				418 to MASDC as BR097 Dec 11, 1969.  Declared excess Feb 16, 1970.  To Southwesten Alloys, Tucson, AZ Sep 3, 1975.
				421 used to test P&W TF33 turbofan under designation NRB-66B.
					Later returned to USAF as standard RB-66B 
				423 to MASDC as BR085 Oct 28, 1969.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Aug 29, 1975.
				424 to MASDC as BR105 Feb 5, 1970.  Declared excess Feb 16, 1970.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Sep 15, 1975.
				425 to MASDC as BR098 Dec 15, 1969.  Declared excess Feb 16, 1970.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Sep 3, 1975.
				426 to MASDC as BR086 Oct 28, 1969.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Aug 26, 1975.
				427 to MASDC as BR101 Feb 4, 1970.  Declared excess Feb 16, 1970.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Sep 24, 1975.
				429 to MASDC as BR083 Oct 28, 1969.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Aug 21, 1975.
				431 (MSN 44312) was on display at Florence Air and Missile Museum.  Museum now 
					closed and plane was scrapped in 1998 or shortly thereafter. 
					Rear fuselage was noted at Florence AP in Jun 2004.
				432 to MASDC May 5, 1965.  To Douglas AF plant, Jul 2, 1968 and tested to destruction. 
				433 to MASDC Jun 3, 1964
				442 to MASDC as BR099 Jan 5, 1970.  Declared excess Feb 16, 1970.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Aug 19, 1975.
				446 to MASDC Jun 10, 1964.  
				449 to MASDC as BR102 Feb 3, 1970.  Declared excess Feb 16, 1970.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Sep 17, 1975.
				450 (363rd TRW) noted as non-flying test airframe at NAEC, Lakehurst, NJ in 1973
				451 to MASDC as BR104 Feb 5, 1970.  Declared excess Feb 16, 1970.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Sep 12, 1975.
				452 (363rd TRW) lost on night mission NW of Pleiku, Vietnam 10/22/1965.  Crew of 3 KIA.
				453 (363rd TRW) nonflying test airframe at NAEC Lakehurst, NJ.  Wreck noted in 1974
				454 to MASDC Jun 16, 1964.
				455 to MASDC as BR096 Dec 8, 1969.  Declared excess Feb 16, 1970.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Sep 5, 1975.
				456 to MASDC Jun 16, 1964
				457 to MASDC Jun 18, 1964 
				458 to MASDC Jun 16, 1964
				460 to MASDC Jun 19, 1964
				461 to MASDC Jun 10, 1964
				463 to MASDC Jun 10, 1964
				464 to MASDC Jun 19, 1964
				466 (MSN 44347) to MASDC as BR106 Feb 9, 1970, to display at Pima Air Museum Oct 1973
					to Oct 1980.  Back to MASDC as BR141.  May 20, 1985 to
					Bergstrom AFB, TX for display.  Closed in 1993.
					Transferred Oct 1999 to Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, TX.
				468 to MASDC Jun 3, 1964
				469 to MASDC Jun 3, 1964
				471 to MASDC Jun 3, 1964
				475 at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.
				476 to MASDC as BR028 Jun 19, 1964
				477 to MASDC as BR107 Mar 4, 1970.  Declared excess Mar 19, 1970.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Sep 12, 1975.
				478 to MASDC Jun 18, 1964
				479 to MASDC Jan 4, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 2, Tulsa, OK Apr 6, 1968 and converted to EB-66E and returned to service.
				480 to MASDC Jan 4, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Jun 18, 1969 and converted to EB-66E and returned to service.  
					To MASDC as BR135 Feb 13, 1974.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Apr 7, 1977..
				481 to MASDC Jun 19, 1964.  Later used at El Centro, CA for high-altitude parachute drops in
					support of various space programs.  Redesignated NB-66B
53-482/507		Douglas B-66B-DL Destroyer
				Bomber version
				482 converted to EB-66B ECM aircraft.  TO MASDC as BR108 May 13, 1970. Declared excess May 27, 1970.  To
					Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Sep 19, 1975.
				483 to MASDC
				484 converted to EB-66B ECM aircraft.  To MASDC as BR090 Oct 27, 1969.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Sep 3, 1975.
				485 converted to EB-66B ECM aircraft.  To MASDC as BR089 Oct 29, 1969.  To Reclamation May 27, 1970.
					To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Oct 29, 1975.
				486 converted to EB-66B ECM aircraft.  TO MASDC as BR092 Oct 29, 1969.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ. Sep 3, 1975.
				487 converted to EB-66B ECM aircraft.  TO MASDC as BR095 Oct 27, 1969.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Aug 29, 1975.
				488 converted to NB-66B to test air drop of Gemini and Apollo capsules.  To MASDC as BR122 Jun 29, 1972.
					Declared excess Feb 1, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Nov 1, 1976.
				489 converted to EB-66B ECM aircraft.  To storage at MASDC as BR093 Oct 31, 1969.  To Southwestern Alloys,
					Tucson, AZ Aug 21, 1975.
				491 converted to EB-66B ECM aircraft.  Operated by 41 TRS when
					sladed short of runway at Takhil RTAFB Jul 19, 1968. 2 survived
				492 converted to EB-66B ECM aircraft.  To MASDC as BR082 Oct 20, 1969.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Aug 22, 1975.
				493 converted to EB-66B ECM aircraft.  To MASDC as BR091 Oct 31, 1969.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Aug 29, 1975.
				495 converted to EB-66B ECM aircraft.  To MASDC as BR088 Oct 27, 1969.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Sep 3, 1975.
				496 converted to EB-66B ECM aircraft.  Sent to Shaw AFB for test of ECM gear.  To MASDC as BR100 Feb 2, 1970.
					Declared excess Feb 16,1970.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Sep 17, 1975.
				497 converted to EB-66B ECM aircraft.  to MASDC as BR094 Nov 10, 1969.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Sep 5, 1975.
				498 converted to EB-66B ECM aircraft.  Lost Apr 7, 1969 with 355th TFW, 
					42nd TEWS, 3 KIA
				500 to MASDC
				504 to MASDC
53-508/532		Cessna L-19A Bird Dog 
				Transferred to USMC as OE-1 with BuNo 136887/136911.  
				Redesignated O-1B in 1962.
53-533/556		Lockheed RC-121D
				MSN 1049A-4348/4371.  Model 1049A-55-86 procured through diversion from Navy contracts
					for WV-2.  Redesignated EC-121D in 1962.
				533,535/541,544,549,551/553,555 converted to EC-121H.
				541,542,547,556 converted to EC-121Q.
				535 to MASDC as CK220 Oct 28, 1981.  To civilian market as N51006.
				539 to AEW&CW.  WFU in 1970 and destroyed in 1974
				548/550,554 converted to EC-121T
				548 converted to EC-121T.  Was last USAF C-121 to be retired (Oct 1978).  To MASDC as CK218
					Oct 16, 1978.  To Pima Air and Space Museum.  Flyable as N548GF with Global 
					Aeronautical Foundation.  Has been grounded at Camarillo,CA since 2001 due to 
					corrosion in wings.  Reported to be destined for Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA. 
					Departed Camarillo Airport Jan 14, 2012 for flight to Chino, CA. 
				549 crashed into sea off Nantucket, MA Apr 25, 1967.  14 of 15 onboard killed.
				552 at Tinker AFB.
				554 (EC-121T) to MASDC as CK197 Feb 26, 1976.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				555 on display at WPAFB Museum.  Scored first radar-guided kill on Oct. 24, 1967.
				556 to AEW&CW in Vietnam in 1965, then to Iceland in 1969.  WFU in 1975, scrapped in 1978.
53-557/781		North American F-86D-55-NA Sabre
				MSN 201-1/225
				557 (F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-19/06 in 1966.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
				561 (F-86L) on display outside at St. George, Utah
				563 on display at Alhambra, California
				566 (F-86L) was on display at Montgomery, AL. Now on display with American Legion Post 353 on a
					pole at entrance to Wild Horse Park, Mustang, Oklahoma.
				568 (F-86L) on display at Winnemucca, NV War Memorial
				609 (F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-1/06 in 1962.  SOC Apr 27, 1965
				621 (F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-2/06 in 1962.  SOC Apr 27, 1965
				626 (MSN 201-70, F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-3/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967  Preserved
					at Armed Forces Preparatory School, Bangkok until 2001.  Noted winter 2003/4
					at Nakon Navak, Thailand.
				635 (F-86L) at Air Victory Museum, Medford/South Jersey RAP May 2007.
					Reported Jan 2009 painted as "52-10110" of 512th FIS.
				642 (F-86L) on display with California ANG at Fresno, California Air Terminal
				658 (F-86L) on display at Clearwater Airport, FL.  Now sitting at Wachula, FL. Airport.
					By 2008 was undergoing restoration at MAPS Air Museum, North Canton, Ohio.  Restoration completed in 2011.
				663 on display at Mount Clemons, Michigan
				665 (F-86L) on display at VFW Post 7714, Imperial, Pennsylvania
				668 (F-86L) seen on pole at Centinneal park, Nashville, Tennessee in 2007
				677 (F-86L, MSN 201-121) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-4/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967.
					Preserved near RTAF Acadamy, Don Muang
				681 (F-86L, MSN 201-125) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-1/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967.
					Preserved at RTAF Museum, Don Muang
				700 (F-86L, MSN 201-144) donated to Ehlert Memorial Park, Brookfield Illinois.
				703 (F-86L) on display outside at Lompoc/Arroyo Grande, California.  Is it still there?
				704 (F-86L) on display at Travis AFB museum, California
				715 (F-86L) with Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, Ohio.
				718 on display at Hiawatha, Kansas
				719 (F-86L) on display at city of Wells, Minnesota
				724 on display at Urbana Airport, Ohio
				728 on display at Dade City, Florida
				742 (F-86L) on display outside Cochise County Airport, Willcox, Arizona with wings chopped.
				750 (F-86L) on display at Iowa City IAP, Iowa
				763 (F-86L) on  display outside ballpark at Goodyear Field, Goodyear, Arizona.
				773 on display outside at Kingfisher, Oklahoma.  May have been moved to Paris, Texas.
				781 (F-86L) on display at city of Vale, Oregon
53-782/1071		North American F-86D-60-NA Sabre
				MSN 201-226/515
				782 (F-86L) on display at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado
				787 to NACA at Moffett Field, California as NACA 216 to test Hughes CSTI equipment.
				789 on display at Kellogg Airport, Battle Creek, Michigan.
				806 (F-86L) on display with Wyoming ANG at Cheyenne Apt, Wyoming
				809 (F-86L) former at Provo, Utah, then at Tucson Airport, Arizona.  Now on display at Ontario Municipal
					Airport, Ontario, Oregon.
				831 (F-86L) was on display at Lincoln AFB.  When the base closed in 1965, went on display at Nebraska ANG, 
					Lincoln, Nebraska, painted as 52-3670.
				841 (F-86L) on display at Merle H. Maine Warbirds Collection at Ontario Municipal Airport Ontario, Oregon
					Acquired on unknown date from Socorro previously known as Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, 
					New Mexico (Blue Canyon Site).  On display outside.
				843 (F-86L, MSN 201-287) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-6/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
				847 (F-86L) was on display at Montgomery, Alabama.   Now on display at city of Greenup, Kentucky
				848 (F-86L, MSN 201-292) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-7/06 in 1962.  SOC Apr 27, 1965
				853 (F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-8/06 in 1962.  SOC Mar 27, 1966
				862 (F-86L, MSN 201-306) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-9/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
				866 (F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-10/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
				892 (F-86L, MSN 201-336) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-11/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967.  Preserved
					at RTAF Academy, Don Muang
				894 (F-86L) mounted on a pylon outside ANG Base 171st Air Refueling Wing Pennsylvania Air National Guard 
					Pittsburgh International Airport, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
				898 (F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-12/06 in 1962.  SOC Jul 22, 1966
				900 on display at Houston Airport, Houston, Texas
				903 on display at Chico, California.
				914 on display at Rialto, California.
				916 (F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-13/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
				919 on display at Maxton, North Carolina
				920 (F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-20/06 in 1966.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
				924 on display at Urbandle, Iowa
				944 on display at Van Wert, Ohio
				946 on display at Poplar, Missouri
				959 (F-86L) with Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.
				965 (F-86L) on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				973 (F-86L) on display at Air University, Maxwell AFB,
					AL as late as the mid 1970s.  Is it still there?
				978 (F-86L, MSN 201-442) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-18/06 in 1963.  SOC Oct 1, 1965
				994 (F-86L) fuselage at El Dorado Aircraft Supplies
				997 (F-86L) on display at city of Butte, Montana
				998 (F-86L) on display outside Highway 27, Florida City, Florida
				1007 (F-86L) on display outside at Wilmington, North Carolina.
				1013 (F-86L, MSN 201-457) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-14/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
				1022 (F-86L) on display at city of Idaho Falls, Idaho
				1023 (F-86L) on display outside at Bradner/Rising Sun, Ohio.
				1029 on display at Louisiana Military Muston Ruston, Louisiana.
				1030 (F-86L) on display at NAS Fort Worth, Texas
				1032 on display at White Castle, Louisiana
				1040 to civil registry as N74062.  Reported Aircraft Surplus Co and AMCEP 87/99, but likely misread for 53-1049.
					Sale reported Ontario, OR 2000/08
				1045 (F-86L) was on display at Battle Mountain Apt, NV.  Moved to new location, don't know where.  By 2012 was
					removed to Wendover Historical Airfield, Utah for restoration.  Now on display at Tooele County, Utah
				1046 (F-86L, MSN 201-490) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-15/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
				1047 (F-86L) on display outside at Wilson, Arkansas
				1049 Fuselage seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.  Still there Mar 2010.  Was never N74062.
				1058 on display at Franklin, Ohio
				1060 (F-86L) c/ 201-504 on display at Yankee Air Force,
					Ypsilanti, Michigan painted in the colors of
					an F-86D serial number 52-366 of the 37th FIS,
					14th FIW at Ethan Allen AB in 1957, but with its
					original serial number 53-1060 
				1061 (F-86L) on display at VFW Post 2567, Hazlehurst, Mississippi
				1064 (F-86L) on display at McEntire ANGB, South Carolina
				1067 (MSN 201-511) in 1979 preserved at Brighton, Colorado
53-1072/1228		North American F-86F-35-NA Sabre
				MSN 202-1/157
				1072 transferred to Saudi Arabia as 721
				1073 to Portugal (FAP 5346) in 1960.  Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
				1076 to Pakistan AF.
				1078 (MSN 202-7) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31078.  Returned to USAF
				1079 (MSN 202-8) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31079.  W/o Feb 9, 1962
				1082 (MSN 202-11) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31082  Now in Flyhistorisk Museum Sola, near
					Stavanger, Norway
				1083 to Portuguese AF as 5347 in 1967, then to Museo do Ar, Beja AB, Portugal. In 1987 was 
					at Museo do Ar's storage facility next to OGMA works at Alverca, Portugal 
					for use as a 'trade' for possible future exhibits
				1086 (MSN 202-15) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31086.  Returned to USAF
				1089 (MSN 202-18) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31089.  To Royal Saudi AF as 552
				1090 to Portugal (FAP 5321) in 1959.  Scrapped in 1975 at Palhais
				1092 to Portugal (FAP 5348) in 1960.  Destroyed in accident May 24, 1966.
				1093 (MSN 202-22) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31093.  W/o Oct 28, 1965
				1095 to Pakistan.   Destroyed on ground at Murid by Indian Hunder raid Dec 8, 1971
				1096 (MSN 202-25) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31096.  Returned to USAF
				1097 to Portugal (FAP 5322) in 1959.  Shot down by enemy ground fire in Guinea May 31, 1963.
					Pilot ejected safely
				1098 (MSN 202-27) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF 1957/58 as 31098
					1098 transferred to Royal Saudi AF as 551
				1100 to Portugal (FAP 5349) in 1960
				1102 to Pakistan AF.  Preserved at Mansera since Aug 21, 1990
				1104 (MSN 202-33) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31104.  Returned to USAF
				1105 (MSN 202-34) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31105.  later to Pakistan AF as 531105.  
					Preserved at Karachi/Faisal
				1107 (MSN 202-36) was member of USAFE Skyblazers aerobatic team.  Displayed at 1955 Paris Air Show.to Pakistan AF.  Preserved at Peshawar on road opposite to main gate  
				1109 to Pakistan AF.  Preserved at Engineering University at Peshawar
				1110 to Portugal (FAP 5350) in 1960.  Scrapped at Palhais
				1111 to Saudi Arabia
				1112 (MSN 202-41) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31112.  W/o Jan 17, 1961
				1113 (MSN 202-42) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31113.  Returned to USAF
				1114 transferred to Saudi Arabia
				1115 (MSN 202-44) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 31115.  To Portuguese AF (FAP 5351) in 1960.  Scrapped at 
					Alverca, Portugal
				1116 (MSN 202-45) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 31116.  To Portuguese AF (FAP 5352) in 1960.  Destroyed in 
					accident May 24, 1966
				1117 (MSN 202-46) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31117. W/o Apr 7, 1959
				1118 (MSN 202-47) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31118
				1120 (MSN 202-49) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 31120.  Returned to USAF
				1122 transferred to Saudi Arabia
				1123 (MSN 202-52) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31123.  Returned to USAF
				1125 to Pakistan AF.  Preserved Chaklala (Aug 1984).  Report from Indian website preserved
					at Rawalpindi at Joint Services HQ
				1126 transferred to Norway in 1957/58
				1126 (MSN 202-55) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31126.  Returned to USAF
				1127 to Pakistan AF.  Preserved Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Sialkot.
				1128 (MSN 202-57) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31128.  To Pakistan AF as 531128.  Reported
					displayed at Gulshan-e-Ibbal
				1129 (MSN 202-58) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31129
				1133 transferred to Saudi Arabia
				1134 (MSN 202-63) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31134.  To Portugal (FAP 5353) in 1960.  
					Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal  
				1136 (MSN 202-65) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 31136.   To Portugal (FAP 5354) in 1960.  Scrapped at Palhais 
				1137 (MSN 202-66) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31137.  W/o Aug 4, 1959
				1138 (MSN 202-67) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31138
				1139 (MSN 202-68) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31139
				1141 (MSN 202-70) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31141.  Returned to USAF
				1143 (MSN 202-72) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31143.  W/o Dec 11, 1961
				1144 to Portugal (FAP 5331) in 1959.  Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
				1146 (MSN 202-75) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31146.  Returned to USAF
				1148 transferred to Norway in 1957/58
				1148 (MSN 202-77) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31148
				1150 (MSN 202-79) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31150.  Returned to USAF
				1151 (MSN 202-80) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31151.  W/o Feb 7, 1963
				1152 (MSN 202-81) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31152.  To Portugal (FAP 5355) in 1960.  
					Destroyed in accident Feb 20, 1961  
				1153 (MSN 202-82) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31153
				1154 to Portugal (FAP 5323) in 1959.  Destroyed in addicent Nov 14, 1960.
				1156 to Norwegian AF. 
				1156 (MSN 202-85) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31156.   To Portugal (FAP 5356) in 1960.  
					Destroyed in accident Apr 1, 1965
				1160 on display at Rio Linda, California
				1161 (MSN 202-90) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31161.  To Pakistan AF as 531161
				1162 (MSN 202-91) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31162.  To Portuguese AF for spares recovery
				1163 to Pakistan AF.  Preserved Risalpur main guard room  
				1164 (MSN 202-93) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31164.  To Portuguese (FAP 5357).  Scrapped at Palhais
				1166 (MSN 202-95) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31166.  W/o May 12, 1959
				1168 (MSN 202-97) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31168.  W/o Apr 12, 1960
				1169 (MSN 202-98) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31169.  Returned to USAF  
				1170 (MSN 202-99) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31170.  To Portugal (FAP 5358) in 1960.  
					Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
				1173 to Pakistan AF.  Shot down Sep 6, 1965 over Jagraon by Indian Hunter.  Pilot killed.
				1174 to Pakistan AF.  Shot down over Lahore Sep 20, 1965 by Indian Gnat.  Pilot ejected safely
				1175 (MSN 202-104) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31175.
				1176 to Pakistan AF.  Preserved Korangi Creek gate
				1178 (MSN 202-107) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31178.  Returned touSAF
				1180 to Pakistan AF.  Shot down over Amritsar by Indian AAA Sep 11, 1965. Pilot killed.
				1182 to Pakistan AF.  Preserved at Sargodha
				1185 transferred to Saudi Arabia
				1187 to Pakistan.  Destroyed on ground at Mirid by Indian Hunter raid Dec 4, 1971 
				1188 (MSN 202-117) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31188.  To Portugal (FAP 5359) in 1960.  
					Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal. 
				1190 (MSN 202-119) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31190.  To Portugal (FAP 5360) in 1960.  
					At PAF Air Museum, Alverca, Portugal.  In 1987 was at Museo do Ar's storage facility next to OGMA 
					works at Alverca, Portugal for use as a 'trade' for possible future exhibits  
				1191 (MSN 202-120) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31191.  W/o Dec 8, 1961
				1192 (MSN 202-121) member of USAFE Skyblazers aerobatic team.  Displayed at 1955 Paris Air Show.
					To Pakistan AF.  Preserved Samungli
				1195 (MSN 202-124) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31195.  Returned to USAF
				1199 to Pakistan AF.  Shot down Sep 19, 1965 over Pasrur by Indian Gnat.  Pilot safe
				1200 (MSN 202-129) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31134
				1201 (MSN 202-130) was member of USAFE Skyblazers aerobatic team.  Was displayed at 1955 Paris Air Show.
					The plane painted as 53-1201 and flying under civil registry of N86FR is actually 52-4959. 
				1204 (MSN 202-133) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31204.  To Portugal (FAP 5361) in 1960.  At 
					PAF Air Museum, Sintra AB, Portugal.  In 1987 was at Museo do Ar's storage facility next to OGMA works 
					at Alverca, Portugal for use as a 'trade' for possible future exhibits.   Was on display at Museo do 
					Air Apr 2011. 
				1206 (MSN 202-135) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31206.    Noted spring 2004 at 
					Norwegian Aviation Museum, Bodo, Norway
				1209 to Portugal (FAP 5324) in 1959.  Scrapped in 1977.
				1210 (MSN 202-139) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31210.  Returned to USAF
				1211 (MSN 202-140) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31211
				1213 to Portugal (FAP 5325) in 1959.  Destroyed in accident Jun 1, 1960.
				1214 to Pakistan AF
				1216 to Pakistan AF.  Preserved Multan HQ 2 Corps  
				1218 (MSN 202-147) was member of USAFE Skyblazers aerobatic team.  Was displayed at 1955 Paris Air Show.
					MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31218
				1219 (MSN 202-148) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31219.  W/o May 16, 1962
				1220 (MSN 202-149) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31220.  SOC Jul 15, 1967 at Kjevik AB, Norway. 
					Registered N306X, sale reported Jan 16, 1982, cancelled Apr 27, 2012.  Used as taret at Lista, Norway
				1223 to Portugal (FAP 5362) in 1960.  Destroyed in accident Dec 16, 1970
				1224 to Portugal (FAP 5363) in 1960.  Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
				1225 to Portugal (FAP 5332) in 1959.  
				1226 (MSN 202-155) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31226.  W/o Feb 4, 1959
				1227 (MSN 202-156) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 31227.  Returned to USAF
				1228 converted to TF-86F two-seat trainer.
53-1229/1528		North American F-86H-10-NH Sabre
				MSN 203-1/300
				1230 on display at Castle Air Museum, California
				1234 (138th TFS/NY ANG): Crashed on the Baumholder range, West Germany 
					Apr 17, 1962 after striking trees during practice close-support mission.  Pilot killed.
				1235 (MSN 203-7) preserved May 1993 with Massachusetts ANG at Otis ANGB, Massachusetts
				1238 on display at Long Beach Airport, Long Beach, California
				1239 (MSN 203-11).  Noted 2003 in Pate Museum of Transportation, Cresson, TX.
					Noted 2006 on display as 52-2030 at Barnes ANGB, Westfled, MA, painted as 22042.
				1250 was owned By William P. Studer of Lakeville Minnesota. FAA Issued Registration Number N31250 on January 12, 2004. 
					FAA did not certify it airworthy. Donated By William P. Studer to The Verans Memorial at Aronson Park, Lakeville 
					Minnesota. On Display Outside Under a Beautiful Memorial Structure With a Roof But Open on All Sides in a 
					Fenced in Area. Dedicated on November 11, 2006.
				1251 to MASDC as 9F006 Aug 21, 1974.  Was on dispay at Cannon AFB, New Mexico, marked as 31404.  Seen in Evergreen Air
					and Space Museum restoration shop in 2015.
				1253 on display at city of Jamestown, North Dakota
				1255 on display at Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
				1264 on display at Windsor Locks, Connecticut museum in Oct 1975.
				1272 on display at 118th Street and 5th Avenue, Harlem, New York City
				1279 (MSN 203-51) converted to QF-86H. Loaned to US Navy as 531279.  SOC Oct 13, 1976. 
				1286 on display in 1973 at Greater Wilmington Airport, Newcastle, Delaware.
				1294 (MSN 203-66) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531294.  Damaged and crashlanded at China Lake, CA Oct 11, 1973.  SOC.
				1296 on display at Delaware ANG, New Castle MAP, Delaware
				1298 on display at town of Churubusco, Indiana
				1300 (MSN 203-72) Assignments:
					3 May 1955	Delivered to USAF from North American Aviation, Columbus, Ohio
					May 1955	To 359th Combat Crew Training Wing (Air Training Command) Nellis Air Force Base (AFB), Nevada
					January 1957	To Spartan Aircraft Corp., Ontario, California, for contract work
					December 1957	To 101st Fighter Interceptor Squadron (FIS) Massachusetts Air National Guard (MAANG), Logan Field, (Boston) Massachusetts
					June 1958	With 102nd Consolidated Logistics Maintenance Squadron (MAANG), Logan Field, (Boston) Massachusetts
					April 1959	To 101st Tactical Fighter Squadron (TFS) (MAANG), Logan Field, (Boston) Massachusetts
					November 1961	To 102nd Tactical Fighter Wing (TFW), USAF Europe, Phalsbourg AB, France
					July 1962	Returned to Boston, Massachusetts
					August 1962	To 101st TFS (MAANG), Logan Field, (Boston) Massachusetts
					April 1963	To 102nd TFG (MAANG), Logan Field, (Boston) Massachusetts
					October 1963	To 156th FG (PRANG), San Juan, Puerto Rico
					April 1964	To Lear Inc., San Juan, Puerto Rico, for contract work
					November 1964	To 156th FG (PRANG), San Juan, Puerto Rico
					August 1967	To L.S.I. Service Corp., Travis Field, Georgia, for contract work
					January 1968	To 175th TFG (MDANG), Martin Airport, (Baltimore) Maryland
					May 1968	To 140th TFW (Tactical Air Command), Martin Airport (Baltimore), Maryland
					June 1968	Deployed to Cannon AFB, (Clovis) New Mexico
					December 1968	Returned to Baltimore, Maryland
					December 1968	To 175th TFW (MDANG), Martin Airport, (Baltimore) Maryland
					July 1970	Dropped from USAF Inventory
					???? – 1985	Hawkeye Institute, Waterloo, Iowa
					May 1985	Present Combat Air Museum
					Noted Oct 2003 at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS. Still there Oct 2006.
				1302 on display at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.
				1304 on display at March Field Museum, California.
				1305 to Klu (Netherlands) as Q-305.  Scrapped Oct 1964
				1306 on display at American Legion Post 915, Central Square, New York.  Was relocated from
					Bringhurst Park and unveiled Apr 25, 1992.
				1308 on displayu at Wings Over The Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, Denver, Colorado.
				1314 (MSN 203-86) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531314.   SOC Sep 1, 1976.
				1316 on display at Philipsburgh, Pennsylvania
				1318 damaged Aug 23, 1955 in landing accident at Clovis AB, New Mexico
				1322 (MSN 203-94) converted to QF-86H. Loaned to US Navy as 531322.  SOC Sep 29, 1977.
				1328 (MSN 203-100) to MASDC as 9F003 Apr 22, 1974.  Converted to QF-86H drone.  Loaned to US Navy as 531328.  SOC Mar 28, 1978. 
					The plane mounted on a pole at Hanscom AFB, Massachusetts painted as 31328 may actually be 53-1353.  
				1331 (MSN 203-103) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531331.  SOC Jun 25, 1976
				1335 (MSN 203-107) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531335.  SOC Oct 8, 19
				1337 on display at Shortsville, NY
				1338 on display at Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
				1339 on display at ANG Base 175th Wing Maryland Air National Guard, Warfield Air National Guard Base,
					Martin State Airport, Middle River, Maryland.  Mounted on three poles on display outside. Number 31411 
					painted on tail.
				1344 on display at John F. Kennedy Playground, Washington, DC.  Number 81833 painted on tail.
				1348 on display at Hyde Field Air Field, Clinton, Maryland
				1349 stalled and crashed during target tow near Nellis AFB, NV SEp 29, 1955
				1351 (MSN 203-123) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531351.  SOC Mar 16, 1980.  Now is at Planes of Fame Museum, Chino, CA
				1352 on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH.
				1353 may be the plane mounted on a pole at Hanscom AFB, painted as 31328.
				1358 on display at Wisconsin ANG, Volk Field, Camp Douglas, Wisconsin
				1359 on display at Argyle, Wisconsin community park as gate guard.
				1361 on display at Middlesboro Airport, Middlesboro, Kentucky
				1365 seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.
				1367 on display at Meriden, Connecticut.
				1370 on display at city of Goldsboro, North Carolina
				1371 seen in a museum in 2001, not sure which one.
				1372 on display at Hettinger, North Dakota
				1373 (MSN 203-145) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531373.  SOC Sep 3, 1976.
				1375 on display at Strategic Air and Space Museum near Omaha, Nebraska
				1377 on display at Otis ANGB marked as 31235
				1380 on display at Rialto, California
				1381 (MSN 203-153) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531381.  SOC May 28, 1976
				1383 (MSN 203-155) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531402.  W/o at China Lake, CA Aug 6, 1980.  Nose of 1383 on 
					display at Chino Museum
				1386 on display at McEntire ANGB, South Carolina
				1387 on display at ANG Base 113th Fighter Wing Maryland Air National Guard, Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland
					On display dutside. Unknown if still there.
				1392 on display at cityh of Walhalla, North Dakota
				1396 on display at China Lake NAS, CA.  Now at Western Aerospace Museum, Oakland, CA.
				1399 mounted on a pole on outdoor display at Truckee, California, but in very bad condition.
				1402 (MSN 203-174) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531402.  SOC Dec 16, 1977
				1403 (MSN 203-175) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531403.
				1404 to MASDC as 9F001 Apr 22, 1974.
				1406 (MSN 203-178) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531406.  SOC Jul 24, 1975.
				1408 (MSN 203-180) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531408.  SOC Sep 14, 1976
				1409 (MSN 203-181) to MASDC as 9F002.  Converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531409.  W/o at China Lake, CA Jan 6, 1981.
				1410 seen at DMI Mar 8, 2001
				1411 on display with Maryland ANG, Baltimore, Maryland
				1413 (MSN 203-185) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531413.  W/o at China Lake, CA Feb 16, 1979.
				1483 mounted on a pylon at Langley AFB Air Park, Virginia
				1501 (MSN 203-173) reported spring 2004 at Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, Kansas
				1502 (101st TFS/MA ANG) Crashed 25 miles north-east of Zaragoza AB, Spain Feb 5, 1962.
				1503 on display at city of McCook, Nebraska
				1511 on display at Robins AFB, Georgia
				1514 (MSN 203-286) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531514.  SOC Dec 16, 1977
				1515 was on display at George AFB, California.  This base is now closed.  Plane is now on display at Apple Valley,
					California
				1519 on display at New York ANG, Syracuse, New York.
				1521 (MSN 203-293) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531521.  SOC May 2, 1975.
				1525 to MASDC as FC010.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				1527 (MSN 203-299) converted to QF-86H.  Loaned to US Navy as 531527.  SOC Dec 15, 1975
				1528 was on display at Cincinnati, OH.  Moved Aug 16, 2010 to Warner Robins, GA to assist in the restoration
					of another F-86 at the Museum of Aviation.
53-1529/1568		North American F-100A-10-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 192-24/63.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1529 (MSN 192-24) to Republic of China AF as 31529, code 0101 - on display at Chiayi AB, Taiwan
				1530 (MSN 192-25) to Republic of China AF as 31530, code 0102, wfu
				1532 on display at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico
				1533 on display at Melrose, New Mexico.
				1534 crashed at Eglin AFB Nov 8, 1954, killing the pilot, RAF Air Commodore
					G. D. Stephenson (commanding officer of the RAF Central Flying School).
				1535 (MSN 192-30) to MASDC Feb 19, 1966. To Republic of China AF as 31535, code 0201.  w/o 11/11/77.
				1536 (MSN 192-31) to MASDC Apr 6, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31536, code 0202.  w/o 11/13/77.
				1537 (MSN 192-32) to Republic of China AF as 31537, code 0103.  At Hsinchu AB as decoy.
				1538 (MSN 192-33) to MASDC Feb 2, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 0202.  WFU
				1539 (MSN 192-34) to Republic of China AF as 31539, code 0104.  WFU
				1540 (MSN 192-35) to Republic of China AF as 31540, code 0105.  On display at Chung Cheng Armed Forces 
					Preparatory School as 53-1696
				1541 (MSN 192-36) to MASDC Feb 2, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31541, code 0204.  WFU
				1542 (MSN 192-37) to MASDC Feb 17, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31542, code 0205.  WFU
				1543 (MSN 192-38) to MASDC as FE002 Oct 25, 1965.  To Republic of China AF as 31543, code 0206.  WFU
				1544 (162nd FG, Arizona ANG) crashed Jan 12, 1959 after takeoff from Tucson IAP.
					Aircraft suffered an unknown failure on takeoff which blew off two panels.
					Pilot ejected after a few seconds of flight and aircraft crashed about
					5 miles from the airport.
				1545 to RF-100A.  To Republic of China AF as 31545, code 5645.  WFU 12/1960.
				1546 to RF-100A (*Slick Chick*), used by Detachment 1 of 7407th Support Sqn of
					7499th Support Group.  To Republic of China AF in 1959 as 31546, code 5646 with 4th RS.  WFU 12/1960.
				1547 (MSN 192-42) to RF-100A.  To Republic of China AF as 3154, code 5647.  WFU 12/1960.
				1548 (MSN 192-43) to RF-100A
				1549 (MSN 192-44) to Republic of China AF as 31549, code 0106.  WFU
				1550 (MSN 192-45) to MASDC Feb 19, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31550, code 0207.  On display at
					Chung Cheng Museum, Taoyuan IAP Taiwan.  The museum closed Mar 31, 2014 to allow for construction
					of Terminal 3.  The aircraft will be relocated to former Taoyuan Naval base
				1551 (MSN 192-46) to RF-100A (*Slick Chick*), used by Detachment 1 of 7407th Support Sqn of
					7499th Support Group.  Crashed near Neidenbach, Germany Oct 1, 1956.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				1552 (MSN 192-47) to MASDC Dec 7, 1964.  To Republic of China AF as 31552, code 0208.  WFU
				1553 to MASDC Feb 17, 1966.  Returned to service Feb 18, 1966.  To EAA Museum, Oshkosh, WI.  
					By Aug 1, 2006 was on display at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.
				1554 (MSN 192-49) to RF-100A (*Slick Chick*), used by Detachment 1 of 7407th Support Sqn of
					7499th Support Group.  To Republic of China AF as 31554, code 5648.  WFU 12/1960.
				1555 (MSN 192-50) to MASDC Feb 17, 1966. To Republic of China AF as 31555, code 0209.  At Hsinchu AB
					as decoy.
				1559 was on display at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio until put on display at Ohio ANG, Springfield, Ohio in 1992.
				1560 (MSN 192-55) to MASDC Feb 19, 1966.  To Taiwan as 0210.
				1561 (MSN 192-56) to MASDC Feb 2, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31560, code 0211.  On display at
					Republic of China AF Museum, Kangshan AB, Kaohsiung.
				1563 (MSN 192-58) to MASDC Feb 19, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31563, code 0212.  
					At Hsinchu AB as decoy. Used to be displayed at National Central University in Chungli, Taoyuan Co. 
					No longer there.
				1565 (MSN 192-60) to MASDC May 3, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31565, code 0213.  At Hsinchu AB as decoy.
53-1569/1608		North American F-100A-15-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 192-64/103.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1569 (MSN 192-64) to Republic of China AF as 031569, code 0301.  WFU
				1570 (MSN 192-65) to MASDC Mar 17, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31570, code 0235.  WFU
				1571 (MSN 192-66) to MASDC May 4, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31571, code 0214.  On display at Tamkang
					University, Tamsu, Taipei, Taiwan.
				1573 was on display at Goodfellow AFB, TX in Thunderbird colors. 
					  Now on displayh at Seymour Johnson AFB, North Carolina
				1574 preserved at Andrews AFB Sep 1976
				1575 preserved at Clovis, NM Sep 1975
				1577 (MSN 192-72) to MASDC Feb 7, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31577, code 0215.  On display at 
					Tainan Vocational Industrial High School as 0215.
				1578 (MSN 192-73) on display at Buckley AFB Collection, Aurora, Colorada painted as 41897
				1580 preserved at Bradley Field Oct 1974.
				1581 (MSN 192-76) to Republic of China AF as 31581, code 0302.  On display
					at National Defense University, Chung Cheng Institute of Technology, Taoyuan, Taiwan.
				1582 (MSN 192-77) to MASDC Nov 12, 1964.  To Republic of China AF as 31582, code 0216.  WFU.
				1583 (MSN 192-78) to MASDC May 3, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31583, code 0217.  On display at 
					Taitung City Stadium as 0129.
				1584 (MSN 192-79) to Republic of China AF as 31584, code 0107. WFU.
				1589 to MASDC Mar 16, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31589, code 0218.  On display at Wurih Army Barracks
					(Ghenggong Ling) Taichung, Taiwan.
				1593 (MSN 192-88) to Republic of China AF as 31593, code 0108. w/o 2/21/72.
				1594 (MSN 192-89) to MASDC Feb 7, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 3154, code 0219. w/o 6/20/73.
				1595 (MSN 192-90) to Republic of China AF as 31595, code 0109. w/o 6/11/69.
				1596 (MSN 192-91) to MASDC Mar 17, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31596, code 0220. WFU.
				1598 (MSN 192-93) to MASDC Feb 19, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31598, code 0221. WFU
				1600 was on display at Santa Fe, NM.  In 2008 was at Tucumcari Historical Museum, Tucumcari, NM in poor condition.
				1601 (MSN 192-96) to MASDC Feb 9, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31601, code 0222.  WFU.
				1602 (MSN 192-97) to MASDC Feb 19, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31602, code 0223.  On display
					at Chinese Cultural University, Yangmingshan, Shilin District, Tappei, Taiwan as 0223/53-6102.
				1603 (MSN 192-98) to MASDC Feb 9, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31603, code 0224.  In use as
					instructional airframe.
				1604 (MSN 192-99) to MASDC Jan 27, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31604, code 0225.
				1605 (MSN 192-100) to Republic of China AF as 31605, code 0110.  w/o 4/26/60.
				1606 (MSN 192-101) to MASDC Jan 27, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31606, code 0226.  W/o 3/30/76
				1608 (MSN 192-103) to Republic of China AF as 31608, code 0111.  w/o 11/30/71.
53-1609/1708		North American F-100A-20-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 192-104/203.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1609 (MSN 192-104) to Republic of China AF as 31609, code 0112
				1610 (MSN 192-105) to Republic of China AF as 31610, code 0113.  On display at
					Aerospace Science and Technology Research Center, Gueiren, Tainan, Taiwan as 0233/53-1612.
				1611 (MSN 192-106) to Republic of China AF as 31611, code 0114.  WFU.
				1612 (MSN 192-107) to MASDC May 4, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31612, code 0227.  W/o Apr 1, 1972.  
				1613 (MSN 192-108) to Republic of China AF as 31613, code 0115.  W/o 3/9/65.
				1614 (MSN 192-109) to Republic of China AF as 31614, code 0116.
				1615 (MSN 192-110) to MASDC Mar 16, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31615, code 0228.  w/o 1/19/78.
				1616 (MSN 192-111) to Republic of China AF as 31616, code 0117.  W/o 12/79.
				1618 (MSN 192-113) to Republic of China AF as 31618, code 0118.  w/o 4/16/79.
				1619 (MSN 192-114) to Republic of China AF as 31619, code 0119.  w/o 9/4/63.
				1620 (MSN 192-115) to MASDC May 11, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31620, code 0229.  WFU
				1621 (MSN 192-116) to Republic of China AF as 31621, code 0120.  w/o 4/27/76.
				1622 (MSN 192-117) to Republic of China AF as 31622, code 0121.  WFU.
				1623 (MSN 192-118) to Republic of China AF as 31623, code 0122.  w/o 3/16/62.
				1624 (MSN 192-119) to Republic of China AF as 31624, code 0123.  w/o 3/26/65.
				1625 (MSN 192-120) to MASDC May 5, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31625, code 0230.  At Hsinchu 
					AFB as decoy.
				1626 (MSN 192-121) to MASDC May 5, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31626, code 0231. At Hsinchu 
					AFB as decoy.
				1627 (MSN 192-122) to Republic of China AF as 31627, code 0124.  WFU.
				1628 (MSN 192-123) to Republic of China AF as 31628, code 0125.  w/o 12/17/68.
				1629 preserved at Lackland AFB Oct 1978.  In 2013 was on display at Fort Smith, Arkansas as 54-629
				1630 (MSN 192-125) to Republic of China AF as 31630, code 0126.  w/o 2/2/78.
				1631 (MSN 192-126) to Republic of China AF as 31631, code 0127.  w/o 11/24/65.
				1632 (MSN 192-127) to Republic of China AF as 31632, code 0128.  WFU
				1633 (MSN 192-128) to Republic of China AF as 31633, code 0129.  WFU.
				1634 (MSN 192-129) to Republic of China AF as 31634, code 0130.  WFU.
				1635 (MSN 192-130) to Republic of China AF as 31635, code 0131. 
				1637 (MSN 192-132) to MASDC Mar 21, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31637, code 0232.  WFU
				1638 (MSN 192-133) to Republic of China AF as 31638, code 0132.  WFU.
				1639 (MSN 192-134) to MASDC May 11, 1966.  To Republic of China AF as 31639, code 0233.  On display at
					Hua Lien.
				1640 (MSN 192-135) to Republic of China AF as 31640, code 0133.  WFU.
				1642 (MSN 192-137) to MASDC Jul 29, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 31642, code 0234.  On display at
					National Chung Hsin University, Taichung, Taiwan.
				1643 (MSN 192-138) to Republic of China AF as 31643, code 0134.  WFU
				1645 (MSN 192-140) to Republic of China AF as 31645, code 0135.  w/o 5/23/69.
				1646 (MSN 192-141) to Republic of China AF as 31646, code 0136.
				1648 (MSN 192-143) to Republic of China AF as 31648, code 0137.  At Hsinchu AFB
					as decoy.
				1649 (MSN 192-144) to Republic of China AF as 31649, code 0138.
				1650 (MSN 192-145) to Republic of China AF as 31650, code 0139.  w/o 12/21/61
				1651 (MSN 192-146) to Republic of China AF as 31651, code 0303.  WFU
				1653 (MSN 192-148) to Republic of China AF as 31653, code 0140.  WFU
				1654 w/o Oct 22, 1956
				1655 (MSN 192-150) to Republic of China AF as 31655, code 0141.  On display at
					Hsinchu AFB as gate guard 0225/31655.
				1656 (MSN 192-151) to Republic of China AF as 31656, code 0142.  w/o 8/19/69.
				1657 (MSN 192-152) to Republic of China AF as 31657, code 0143.  w/o 3/3/77 in
					mid-air collision with 0169/53-1695.
				1658 (MSN 192-153) to Republic of China AF as 31658, code 0144.  WFU.
				1659 (MSN 192-154) w/o Feb 26, 1955
				1662 (MSN 192-157) to Republic of China AF as 31662, code 0304.  WFU.
				1664 (MSN 192-159) to Republic of China AF as 31664, code 0145
				1665 (MSN 192-160) to Republic of China AF as 31665, code 0146.  w/o 8/17/65 in
					mid-air collision with RoCAF F-86.
				1666 (MSN 192-161) to Republic of China AF as 31666, code 0147
				1667 (MSN 192-162) to Republic of China AF as 31667, code 0148.  w/o 3/10/76
				1668 (MSN 192-163) to Republic of China AF as 31668, code 0149.  WFU
				1669 (MSN 192-164) to Republic of China AF as 31669, code 0150.  w/o 7/23/77.
				1670 (MSN 192-165) to Republic of China AF as 31670, code 0151.  w/o 9/5/61.
				1671 (MSN 192-166) to Republic of China AF as 31671, code 0152.  w/o 9/7/75.
				1672 (MSN 192-167) to Republic of China AF as 31672, code 0153.  w/o 8/10/63.
				1673 (MSN 192-168) to Republic of China AF as 31673, code 0154.  w/o 2/5/63.
				1675 (MSN 192-170) to Republic of China AF as 31675, code 0155.  WFU.
				1676 (MSN 192-171) to Republic of China AF as 31677, code 0156.  w/o 11/4/65.
				1678 (MSN 192-173) crashed in Nevada Aug 10, 1956.  Pilot ejected safely
				1680 (MSN 192-175) to Republic of China AF as 31680, code 0157.  w/o 9/8/65.
				1681 (MSN 192-176) to Republic of China AF as 31681, code 0158.  w/o 7/3/70.
				1682 (MSN 192-177) to Republic of China AF as 31682, code 0159.  WFU.
				1683 (MSN 192-178) to Republic of China AF as 31683, code 0160.  WFU.
				1684 (MSN 192-179) preserved at Lackland AFB Oct 1978.  Moved to Historic Aviation Memorial Museum at 
					Tyler, Texas in May 2007.  Marked as 53537 in Mar 2011
				1685 (MSN 192-180) to Republic of China AF as 31685, code 0161.  w/o 3/25/80.
				1686 (MSN 192-181) to Republic of China AF as 31686, code 0162.  w/o 3/13/63.
				1687 (MSN 192-182) to Republic of China AF as 31687, code 0163.  WFU.
				1688 (MSN 192-183).  Registered N100X to Flight Test Research c1967.  Later to Flight Systems c1972.
					Displayed in front of Flight Systems office at Mojave, CA 1975-1985.  Stored at Mojave 1997
					 Noted Fall 2003 at Edwards AFB, CA.  
				1689 (MSN 192-184) to Republic of China AF as 31689, code 0164.  w/o 10/18/70.
				1690 (MSN 192-185) to Republic of China AF as 31690, code 0165.  WFU.
				1691 (MSN 192-186) to Republic of China AF as 31691, code 0166.  w/o 3/18/65.
				1692 (MSN 192-187) to Republic of China AF as 31692, code 0167. 
				1693 (MSN 192-188) to Republic of China AF as 31693, code 0168.  w/o 3/16/71.
				1695 (MSN 192-190) to Republic of China AF as 31695, code 0169.  w/o 3/3/77 in
					mid-air collision with 0143/53-1657.
				1696 (MSN 192-191) to Republic of China AF as 31696, code 0170
				1697 (MSN 192-192) to Republic of China AF as 31697, code 0171
				1698 (MSN 192-193) to Republic of China AF as 31698, code 0172.  WFU.
				1699 (MSN 192-194) to Republic of China AF as 31699, code 0173.  WFU.
				1700 (MSN 192-195) to Republic of China AF as 31700, code 0174.  w/o 1/22/64.
				1702 (MSN 192-197) to Republic of China AF as 31702, code 0175.  WFU.
				1703 (MSN 192-198) to Republic of China AF as 31793, code 0176.  w/o 8/17/61.
				1704 (MSN 192-199) to Republic of China AF as 31704, code 0177.  w/o 9/18/76.
				1705 (MSN 192-200) to Republic of China AF as 31705, code 0178.  WFU.
				1706 (MSN 192-201) to Republic of China AF as 31706, code 0179.  w/o 2/15/74.
				1708 (MSN 192-203) to Republic of China AF as 31708, code 0180.
53-1709/1778		North American F-100C-1-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 214-1/70.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1709 to NASA as 703, later N703NA Aug 11, 1969..  At some time, it acquired the tail surfaces of
					an F-100D.  Retired by NASA in 1972 and given to San Jose State University and used for maintenance 
					instruction at the university's aviation campus, located at SJC (Mineta San Jose International Airport). 
					Registration cancelled Aug 2, 1974. Moved in 2004 to restoration hangar at Castle Air Museum for 
					restoration.  Now on display there, marked as 55-2879, which was an F-100D.
				1712 (MSN 214-4) named "Gail Ann" on display in Parade Ground Airpark of Lackland AFB in Oct 1978.
					on display at Grissom AFB, Indiana
				1713 lost due to engine failure 8/8/68, SEA, pilot recovered.
				1714 w/o Ransomville Jul 21, 1970
				1715 to MASDC Jan 21, 1972.  To Turkish AF under MAP Oct 20, 1972 as 53-1715, code 3-715.
					Used as target at weapons training range, Konya.  Noted Mar 2014.
				1716 to MASDC as FE222 Jan 15, 1974.  Now at Luke AFB, AZ.  On display there in 1982 as 54-2009 in Skyblazers team
					markings.  Repainted in South-East Asia colors with 58th TFTW markings.
				1717 to MASDC Feb 23, 1961
				1718 flew with USAF Thunderbirds 1956-1963.
				1720 to MASDC May 6, 1971
				1725 to MASDC Dec 3, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 20, 1972 as 53-1725.  W/o May 22, 1973
				1727 to Turkish AF Nov 20, 1974 as 53-1727
				1728 to MASDC Mar 14, 1974 as FE233
				1729 to MASDC Feb 2, 1972. To Turkish AF Oct 2, 1972 as 53-1729.  W/o Feb 24, 1978
				1730 to MASDC as FE265 Jun 5, 1974 as FE265
				1731 to JF-100C.  To MASDC Oct 1975.
				1732 to MASDC Nov 21, 1972.  To Turkish AF Sep 1973 as 53-1732, code 1-72.  on display at 
					Havacilik Parki ve tayyare Muzesi, Andalolu University Aviation Park, Eskisehir, Turkey
				1733 to MASDC Aug 1972
				1737 to MASDC Jun 26, 1974 as FE267.
				1738 (MSN 214-30) to MASDC Nov 13, 1972.  To Turkish AF May 22, 1973 as 53-1738
				1740 shot down by gunfire 3/14/69, SEA, pilot recovered
				1741 shot down by gunfire 5/4/69, SEA, pilot killed.
				1742 to MASDC as FE254 Apr 29, 1974.
				1746 (MSN 214-38) to MASDC Dec 16, 1971.  To Turkish AF Aug 1972 as 53-1746.
				1747 (MSN 214-39) to MASDC Jul 17, 1971 as FE071.  To Turkish AF Aug 28, 1972 as 53-1747.
				1750 to MASDC Oct 1975
				1753 to MASDC Feb 14, 1974 as FE226
				1755 to MASDC as FE247 Apr 23, 1974.  To Turkish AF as 53-1755.  W/o Jun 13, 1975
				1757 (MSN 214-49) to MASDC Nov 27, 1972.  To Turkish AF as 53-1757.  Crashed during
					emergency landing at Diyarbakir Feb 20, 1974
				1759 (MSN 214-51) to MASDC Dec 14, 1971
				1760 (MSN 214-52) to MASDC as FE170 May 3, 1972
				1761 (MSN 214-53) to MASDC Dec 22, 1971 as FE142.  To Turkish AF Oct 4, 1972 as 53-1761.
				1762 to MASDC Mar 8, 1974 as FE231.
				1765 shot down by gunfire 9/27.68, SEA, pilot recovered
				1767 (MSN 214-59) to MASDC May 8, 1972.  To Turkish AF Nov 20, 1972 as 53-1767.  In June 2014 displayed 
					on dummy airfield at Konya Air Base, Turkey.
				1771 to MASDC Jul 12, 1971 as FE068.  
				1774 (MSN 214-66) to MASDC Jan 21, 1972.  To Turkish AF Sep 1972 as 53-1774.
				1775 to MASDC Dec 1973
53-1779/1786		Convair YF-102 Delta Dagger
53-1787/1790		Convair YF-102A Delta Dagger
				1785 at BORON (CA).
				1787 first flight 12/20/1954.  Now on display at Louisiana ANG, New Orleans, Louisiana.
				1788 was on display at Florence (SC) Air and Missile Museum.  This museum has now closed.  Plane 
					transferred to Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina.
53-1791/1794		Convair F-102A-5-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfer to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1792 to MASDC as FJ066 Dec 12, 1969
53-1795/1797		Convair F-102A-10-CO Delta Dagger
				1797 converted to YF-102C.  Later at Lackland AFB (TX)
53-1798/1802		Convair F-102A-15-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1798 to MASDC as FJ079 Jan 8, 1970
				1799 Delivered to Fort Walton Beach, FL in 1962 and displayed in downtown Fort Walton Beach,
					FL in spurious markings from mid-1960s.  Moved to Eglin AFB (FL) Oct 1978 for display
					at USAF Armaments Museum, but due to corrosion it was moved to the Eglin
					range and expended as target 1979/80.
				1801 to MASDC as FJ237 Sep 13, 1971.  Preserved at South Dakota ANG, Sioux Falls, South Dakota as '61114'
				1802 to MASDC as FJ191 May 12, 1971
53-1803/1811		Convair F-102A-20-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1803 to MASDC as FJ074 Jan 6, 1970
				1804 on display with California ANG at Fresno, California
				1805 to MASDC as FJ071 Dec 29, 1969
				1806 converted to YF-102C
				1807 to MASDC as FJ232 Jul 14, 1971
				1809 to MASDC as FJ175 Mar 5, 1971
				1810 (MSN 8-10-20) to MASDC as FJ175 Mar 5, 1971
				1811 to MASDC as FJ240 Dec 15, 1971
53-1812/1818		Convair F-102A-25-CO Delta Dagger
				1812 at BOISE/GOWEN FIELD (ID) 
				1814 to Turkish AF
				1815 to Turkish AF         
				1816 on display with Idaho ANG at Boise/Gowen FIELD, Idaho
				1817 at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.  Also listed as being with Florida ANG, Jacksonville, FL
				1818 crashed 6/20/1960 near Ramstein AB, Germany after severe
					compressor stall.  Pilot OK. 
53-1819/1849		Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-55-LM Stratojet
				MSN 233/263.  Model 450 B-47E built by Lockheed under license from Boeing
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1819 to MASDC Jun 29, 1964
				1820 to MASDC Jan 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1821 to MASDC Jan 14, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1822 to MASDC Dec 7, 1964
				1823 to MASDC Aug 7, 1964
				1824 to MASDC
				1825 to MASDC Feb 11,1966.  Crashed Jun 23, 1966.
				1826 to MASDC
				1827 to MASDC Aug 7, 1964
				1828 to MASDC 
				1829 to MASDC Jun 4, 1964
				1830 to MASDC 
				1831 (715th BS, 509th BW) crashed after hitting high-tension wires after takeoff from Walker AFB, New
					Mexico Feb 5, 1956
				1832 (509th BW) w/o after ground accident on flightline at Walker AFB, New Mexico Feb 15, 1957.  One
					person was killed on the ground
				1833 to MASDC Nov 9, 1965
				1834 to MASDC Jun 4, 1964
				1835 to MASDC Nov 22, 1965
				1836 to MASDC Feb 5, 1963
				1837 to MASDC Feb 12, 1963
				1838 to MASDC Apr 24, 1964
				1839 to MASDC Aug 10, 1964
				1840 to MASDC 
				1841 to MASDC Feb 20, 1963
				1842 to MASDC Feb 7, 1963
				1843 to MASDC
				1844 to MASDC Feb 1, 1963
				1845 to MASDC Dec 1, 1964
				1846 to MASDC Mar 18, 1964
				1847 (43rd BW) crashed near Tatum, New Mexico Oct 3, 1955.  Two crewmen killed.
				1848 to MASDC Jan 14, 1963
				1849 to MASDC Aug 3, 1964
53-1850/1880		Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-60-LM Stratojet
				MSN 264/294.  Model 450 B-47E built by Lockheed under license from Boeing
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1850 to MASDC 
				1851 to MASDC Mar 26, 1964
				1852 to MASDC Aug 10, 1964
				1853 to MASDC Jun 10, 1964
				1854 SOC with 340th BW
				1855 to MASDC Mar 11, 1963 
				1856 to MASDC
				1857 SOC with 68th BW
				1858 SOC with 68th BW
				1859 SOC with 307th BW
				1860 to MASDC Jan 30, 1963
				1861 to MASDC Nov 2, 1965
				1862 to MASDC Nov 2, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1863 to MASDC Nov 2, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1864 to MASDC Dec 14, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1865 to MASDC Nov 10, 1965
				1866 to MASDC Feb 4, 1965
				1867 to MASDC Mar 2, 1965
				1868 (380th BW) in landing accident at Plattsburg AFB, New York Feb 5, 1964
				1869 to MASDC Nov 15, 1965
				1870 to MASDC Dec 9, 1965
				1871 to MASDC Nov 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1872 to MASDC Jan 26, 1965
				1873 to MASDC Jan 11, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1874 to MASDC Oct 6, 1965
				1875 to MASDC Oct 12, 1965
				1876 (308th BW) accidentally released a nuclear weapon while flying over
					South Carolina Mar 11, 1958.  The high explosive trigger 
					blew up on contact with the ground, leaving a 50-foot wide
					crater.  A nearby house was damaged, and 5 people on the 
					ground were slightly injured.  To MASDC Oct 19, 1965
				1877 to MASDC Nov 4, 1965
				1878 to MASDC Oct 12, 1965
				1879 to MASDC Oct 19, 1965
				1880 to MASDC Nov 4, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
53-1881/1911		Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-65-LM Stratojet
				MSN 295/325.  Model 450 B-47E built by Lockheed under license from Boeing
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1881 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1965.  
				1882 to MASDC Feb 2, 1965
				1883 to MASDC Dec 15, 1964
				1884 to MASDC Jun 11, 1965
				1885 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
				1886 converted to EB-47E.  (301st BW) crashed on takeoff from Lockbourne AFB, Ohio Nov 8, 1960. 
					Five crew killed.  Serial is uncertain.
				1887 to MASDC Jan 17, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1888 to MASDC Nov 15, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1889 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
				1890 to MASDC Dec 2, 1965.
				1891 (44th BW) destroyed in ground accident at Chennault AFB, LA Nov 26, 1958.  The JATO rack accidentally fired
					and aircraft moved across the ramp damaging two or three other B-47s.  Aircraft was destroyed and
					one person on the ground was killed.  A single nuclear weapon was destroyed.
				1892 to MASDC Dec 13, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1893 to MASDC Nov 30, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1894 to MASDC Oct 20, 1965
				1895 to MASDC Dec 13, 1965
				1896 to MASDC Oct 8, 1965
				1897 to MASDC Mar 18, 1965
				1898 to MASDC Nov 10, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1899 to MASDC Nov 10, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1900 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
				1901 to MASDC
				1902 to MASDC Mar 2, 1965
				1903 to MASDC Nov 15, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1904 to MASDC Nov 30, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1905 crashed near Plattsburg AFB, New York Nov 27, 1961.  Three crewmen killed.
				1906 to MASDC Feb 18, 1965
				1907 to MASDC Dec 10, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1908 to MASDC Dec 1, 1965
				1909 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
				1910 to MASDC Oct 28, 1965
				1911 to MASDC Mar 9, 1965
53-1912/1942		Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-70-LM Stratojet
				MSN 326/356.  Model 450 B-47E built by Lockheed under license from Boeing
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1912 to MASDC Apr 29, 1965
				1913 to MASDC Oct 8, 1965
				1914 to MASDC Feb 2, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1915 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 23, 1965. 
				1916 to MASDC Nov 4, 1965
				1917 to MASDC Feb 18, 1965
				1918 SOC with 307th BW
				1919 to MASDC Feb 15, 1965
				1920 to MASDC Feb 10, 1966
				1921 to MASDC Feb 4, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1922 to MASDC Nov 30, 1965
				1923 to MASDC Dec 2, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1924 to MASDC Dec 9, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1925 to MASDC Oct 8, 1965
				1926 to MASDC Jan 21, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1927 to MASDC Dec 7, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1928 to MASDC Nov 2, 1965
				1929 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 7, 1965. 
				1930 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 21, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
				1931 (2nd BW) crashed into Cold Hollow Mountains during GCA at Loring AFB, ME Jun 11, 1958.  4 crew killed.
				1932 to MASDC Mar 4, 1965
				1933 (44th BW) crashed on takeoff from Lake Charles AFB, Louisiana Oct 25, 1956.  Four crewmen killed.
				1934 to MASDC Oct 19, 1965
				1935 to MASDC Mar 8, 1965
				1936 to MASDC Mar 21, 1966
				1937 to MASDC Feb 8, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1938 to MASDC Jan 5, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
				1939 to MASDC Jan 26, 1965.
				1940 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 1, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
				1941 to MASDC Mar 4, 1965
				1942 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
53-1943/1972		Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-55-LM Stratojet
				MSN 357/386.  Model 450 B-47E built by Lockheed under license from Boeing
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1943 to MASDC Dec 7, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				1944 to MASDC Oct 6, 1965
				1945 to MASDC Jan 25, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
				1946 to MASDC Oct 22, 1965
				1947 to MASDC Dec 1, 1965
				1948 to MASDC Dec 10, 1965
				1949 to MASDC Nov 18, 1965
				1950 to MASDC Nov 18, 1965
				1951 to MASDC Dec 8, 1965
				1952 to MASDC Nov 15, 1965
				1953 to MASDC Nov 10, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				1954 to MASDC Oct 20, 1965
				1955 to MASDC Dec 14, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				1956 to MASDC Mar 25, 1965
				1957 to MASDC Dec 7, 1965
				1958 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
				1959 to MASDC Dec 9, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				1960 to MASDC Dec 13, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				1961 to MASDC Nov 30, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				1962 to MASDC Dec 8, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				1963 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 19, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
				1964 to MASDC Dec 2, 1964
				1965 to MASDC Dec 14, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				1966 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 28, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
				1967 to MASDC Nov 10, 1965
				1968 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
				1969 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 5, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
				1970 to MASDC Dec 9, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				1971 to MASDC as 1B0006.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				1972 to MASDC Nov 23, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
53-1973/2027		cancelled contract for B-47E
53-2028/2040		Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-35-DT Stratojet
				MSN 44149/44161.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2028 to MASDC Jan 21, 1965
				2029 to MASDC Feb 7, 1966
				2030 to MASDC Jan 4, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				2031 to MASDC May 5, 1964
				2032 to MASDC Nov 16, 1965
				2033 to MASDC Oct 27, 1965
				2034 to MASDC Mar 26, 1964
				2035 (509th BW) crashed short of runway at Plattsburgh AFB, New York Jan 21, 1959
				2036 to MASDC Aug 11, 1964
				2037 to MASDC Feb 11, 1966
				2038 SOC with 40th BW. 
				2039 to MASDC 
				2040 to MASDC May 5, 1964
53-2041/2089		Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-DT Stratojet - all cancelled
53-2090/2103		Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-40-DT Stratojet
				MSN 44436/44449.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2090 to MASDC Jun 10, 1964
				2091 (43rd BW) lost control and crashed while entering bad weather May 24, 1957.  Crew survived according to one source, one killed
					according to another.
				2092 to MASDC
				2093 to MASDC
				2094 to MASDC
				2095 to MASDC Aug 11, 1964
				2096 to MASDC May 27, 1964
				2097 (307th BW) crahed while making emergency landing at McConnell AFB, Kansas Jan 11, 1963.  One crewman killed.
				2098 to MASDC Jun 8, 1964
				2099 to MASDC Jan 14, 1965
				2100 to MASDC May 22, 1964
				2101 to MASDC Apr 16, 1964
				2102 to MASDC May 13, 1964
				2103 to MASDC Jan 8, 1965
53-2104/2117		Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-45-DT Stratojet
				MSN 44450/44463.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2104 used as NB-47E TF34 engine testbed.  Loaned to US Navy as 532104.  Now on display at Pueblo Historical Aircraft Society,
					Pueblo, CO.  Carries civilian ID of N1045Y, which was a ferry registration used for its
					last flight from MASDC to Pueblo Memoria AP Jul 12, 1979.
				2105 SOC with 68th BW
				2106 to MASDC
				2107 to MASDC
				2108
				2109 SOC with 68th BW
				2110 to MASDC Dec 8, 1965
				2111 (307th BW) crashed on night takeoff at Lincoln AFB, Nebraska Jun 18, 196.  3 crewmen killed, one ejected safely.
				2112 to MASDC Feb 26, 1965
				2113 to MASDC Oct 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				2114 to MASDC Jan 27, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				2115 to MASDC Jan 5, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				2116 to MASDC Oct 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				2117 to MASDC Jan 31, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
53-2118/2131		Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-50-DT Stratojet
				MSN 44464/44477.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2118 to MASDC Nov 17, 1965. 
				2119 (380th BW) crashed into Wrights Peak, S of Plattaburgh AFB, New York Jan 16, 1962.  Four crewmen killed. 
				2120 to MASDC Dec 10, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				2121 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 1, 1965. 
				2122 to MASDC Nov 3, 1965.
				2123 to MASDC Oct 8, 1965
				2124 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 10, 1964. 
				2125 to MASDC Feb 2, 1965
				2126 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 14, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
				2127 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 1, 1965. 
				2128 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 10, 1964
				2129 (308th BW) DBR in ground accident at Hunter AFB, Georgia Jun 11, 1959 and sent to salvage. 
				2130 to MASDC Nov 17, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				2131 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 10, 1964. 
53-2132/2144		Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-55-DT Stratojet
				MSN 44478/44490.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2132 to MASDC Jan 1, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
				2133 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 1964
				2134 (3920th Composite Group, "City of Lincoln") crashed Feb 5, 1963 while landing at RAF Greenham Common, UK.  
					Plane was basically intact but the copilot elected to eject at almost ground level and was killed.
					Other 3 crewmembers survived.  Plane scrapped in 1964.
				2135 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 8, 1964.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				2136 (100th BW) w/o due to damage at Pease AFB, New Hampshire Nov 17, 1959.
				2137 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 3, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
				2138 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 23, 1965. 
				2139 to MASDC Mar 5, 1965
				2140 to MASDC Mar 9, 1965
				2141 to MASDC Nov 3, 1965
				2142 to MASDC Nov 29, 1965
				2143 to MASDC Jan 4, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969.
				2144 to MASDC Jan 2, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
53-2145/2157		Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-60-DT Stratojet
				MSN 44491/44503.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2145 to MASDC Nov 8, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2146 to MASDC Nov 29, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2147 to MASDC Nov 22, 1965
				2148 to MASDC Nov 22, 1965
				2149 to MASDC Nov 22, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2150 to MASDC Nov 1, 1965
				2151 to MASDC Nov 29, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2152 to MASDC Nov 8, 1965.
				2153 to MASDC Oct 23, 1965
				2154 to MASDC Oct 28, 1965
				2155 to MASDC Nov 1, 1965
				2156 to MASDC Oct 22, 1965
				2157 to MASDC Jan 4, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
53-2158/2170		Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-65-DT Stratojet
				MSN 44504/44516.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2158 to MASDC Oct 14, 1965
				2159 to MASDC Nov 17, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2160 (98th BW) crashed while making an emergency landing at Zaragosa AB, Spain Jul 11, 1963.  One crewman killed.
				2161 to MASDC Dec 7, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2162 to MASDC Jan 19, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2163 to MASDC Oct 6, 1965
				2164 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 25, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
				2165 to MASDC Nov 8, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2166 to MASDC Nov 1, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2167 to MASDC Feb 4, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2168 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1965.
				2169 (40th BW) engine fell off during low level run Feb 24, 1961. Crew killed. 
				2170 to MASDC Nov 3, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
53-2171/2260		Boeing B-47E-BW Stratojet - all cancelled
53-2261/2296		Boeing B-47E-110-BW Stratojet
				MSN 4501074/4501109.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2261 to MASDC Jan 8, 1965
				2262 to MASDC Apr 29, 1964
				2263 to MASDC Apr 15, 1964
				2264 to MASDC May 27, 1964
				2265 to MASDC
				2266
				2267 (97th BW) crashed near Follet, Texas Aug 19, 1958.
				2268 to MASDC Jan 24, 1963
				2269 to MASDC Jul 29, 1964
				2270 to MASDC Jul 21, 1964
				2271 to MASDC Jan 29, 1965
				2272 to MASDC Jan 25, 1963
				2273 to MASDC Jan 29, 1965
				2274 to MASDC Jan 28, 1963
				2275 (MSN 4501088) "Betty-Boop" on display at March Field Museum, California.  It was
					used by the USN and was retired to China Lake, California, from where it was moved to March
					Field Museum, California sometime after 1986.
				2276 converted to JB-47E, to MASDC.  Now on display at 8th Air Force Museum, Barksdale AFB, Louisiana
				2277 assigned to Air Proving Ground Command, Eglin AFB, FL.   Crashed into Castle Harbor after takeoff from 
					Kindley AFB, Bermuda Apr 15, 1955.  Three crewmen killed.
				2278 to MASDC
				2279 SOC with 25th BS, 40th BWS
				2280 used as testbed at WPAFB 1967-69 as JB-47E-111-BW.  First USAF aircraft to have a fly-by-wire
					control system.  Was on display at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH but pulled from display in 2003.  Will be
					sent to National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, Albuquerque, New Mexico.  Was originally
					slated to go to MAPS in Akron, Ohio, but they didn't have room for it and could not afford to move it there.
				2281 to YB-47J.  SOC
				2282 (3245th TS, Air Proving Ground) crashed due to hydraulics problem near Bastrop, Louisiana Sep 12, 1967.
					Three crewmen killed.
				2283 to MASDC
				2284 to MASDC
				2285 to MASDC
				2286 retired to MASDC Feb 11, 1966 from Pease AFB, NH.  Assigned as ground trainer at Amarillo AFB, Texas May 1966.
				2287 to MASDC Jul 8, 1964
				2288
				2289 to MASDC May 5, 1964
				2290 to MASDC Aug 3, 1964
				2291
				2292 to MASDC Jul 8, 1964
				2293 to MASDC Nov 5, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2294 to MASDC Oct 21, 1965
				2295
				2296 (509th BW) crashed on landing at RAF Upper Heyford, UK May 26, 1964.  1 killed, 3 survived.
53-2297/2331		Boeing B-47E-115-BW Stratojet
				MSN 4501110/4501144.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2297 to MASDC
				2298 to MASDC Nov 9, 1965
				2299 to MASDC Nov 16, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2300
				2301 (2nd BW) landed short at Hunter AFB, Georgia Oct 10, 1956.  Crew survived.
				2302 to MASDC
				2303 to MASDC
				2304 (2nd BW) crashed and burned on landing at Hunter AFB, Georgia Feb 7, 1956
				2305 to MASDC
				2306 to MASDC Jan 6, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2307 to MASDC Apr 23, 1964
				2308 to MASDC Jan 14, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2309 to MASDC
				2310 to MASDC Jan 31, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2311 to MASDC Jul 23, 1964
				2312 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2313 to MASDC Oct 27, 1965
				2314 to MASDC Apr 1, 1964.
				2315 converted to EB-47E(TT) 1958-1961. Used for telemetry reconnaissance in support of 
					foreign ICBM recon.   Stored at MASDC Dec 1, 1967, Scrapped Jan 1969.
				2316 converted to EB-47E(TT) 1958-1961. Used for telemetry reconnaissance in support of 
					foreign ICBM recon.   Stored at MASDC Dec 1, 1967, Scrapped Jan 1969.
				2317 to MASDC Jun 29, 1964.
				2318 to MASDC Jan 29, 1965.
				2319 (43rd BW) crashed near Mountain Home AFB, Idaho Apr 2, 1959.  Four crewmen killed.
				2320 converted to EB-47E(TT) 1958-1961. Used for telemetry reconnaissance in support of 
					foreign ICBM recon.  Crashed on landing at Incirlik AB, Turkey Apr 3, 1965, killing
					2 of the crew.
				2321 to MASDC
				2322 to MASDC Jan 29, 1965
				2323 to MASDC
				2324 to MASDC Jun 15, 1964
				2325 to MASDC May 22, 1964
				2326 to MASDC
				2327 to MASDC May 19, 1964
				2328 to MASDC
				2329 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Mar 25, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L at MASDC
					Apr 22, 1965.  Declared excees Jan 14, 1969.
				2330 to MASDC
				2331 (40th Organizational Maintenance Squadron, 40th BW) crashed May 2, 1961 during low-level
					bomb run over Ironwood, MI.  2 crew ejected safely, 2 crew killed.  Crew suffered from spatial
					disorientation while climbing through clouds.
53-2332/2367		Boeing B-47E-120-BW Stratojet
				MSN 4501145/4501180.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2345,2346 to DB-47E
				2332 to MASDC Jan 2, 1963
				2333 to MASDC
				2334 to MASDC
				2335 to MASDC Jan 2, 1963
				2336 to MASDC Jan 2, 1963
				2337 to MASDC Jun 8, 1964
				2338 to MASDC Jul 6, 1964
				2339 to MASDC Jun 17, 1964
				2340 to MASDC
				2341 to MASDC Jun 2, 1964
				2342 to MASDC Jul 15, 1964
				2343 to MASDC May 14, 1964
				2344 to MASDC
				2345 converted to DB-47E.  SOC
				2346 converted to YDB-47E, then to DB-47E.  SOC
				2347 (40th BW) crashed due to mechanical failure near Hurley, Wisconsin Feb 24, 1961.  Four crewmen killed.
				2348 to MASDC Jun 22, 1964
				2349 to MASDC May 12, 1964
				2350 to MASDC Feb 27, 1964
				2351 to MASDC Feb 16, 1965
				2352 to MASDC
				2353 to MASDC May 19, 1964
				2354 to MASDC
				2355 to MASDC Nov 23, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2356 to MASDC Feb 15, 1965
				2357 to MASDC Nov 6, 1964
				2358 to MASDC Feb 16, 1965
				2359 to MASDC Jan 17, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2360 to MASDC Jan 19, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2361 to MASDC Dec 18, 1964
				2362 to MASDC Nov 29, 1965
				2363 (307th BW) destroyed after fire and subsequent explosion while preparing for takeoff at 
					Lincoln AFB, Nebraska Jun 3, 1964.   Crew of 3 escaped through belly hatch.
				2364 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
				2365 (310th BW) crashed after midair collision with B-47E 53-6206 near Irwin, Iowa Aug 19, 1963.  One
					crewman killed.
				2366 (307th BW) crashed on takeoff from Lincoln AFB, Nebraska Jul 27, 1964.
					All 4 onboard killed.
				2367 to MASDC Feb 11, 1966.  Returned to service Apr 13, 1966. Crashed
					Jun 23, 1966 at Holloman AFB, New Mexico
53-2368/2402		Boeing B-47E-125-BW Stratojet
				MSN 4501181/4501215.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2368 to MASDC Dec 2, 1964
				2369 to MASDC Nov 3, 1965
				2370 to MASDC Jan 25, 1966
				2371 to MASDC Feb 24, 1965
				2372 to MASDC Feb 24, 1965
				2373 to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
				2374 to MASDC Feb 25, 1965
				2375 to MASDC Feb 2, 1966
				2376 to MASDC Oct 14, 1965
				2377 to MASDC Jan 27, 1966
				2378 to MASDC Oct 6, 1965
				2379 to MASDC Nov 22,1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2380 to MASDC Jan 5, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2381 to MASDC Nov 17, 1965.
				2382 to MASDC Jan 19, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2383 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
				2384 to MASDC Jan 3, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2385 on display at Plattsburgh International Trade Park, the former Plattsburgh AFB, New York
				2386 to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
				2387 to MASDC Mar 4, 1965
				2388 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1964. 
				2389 to MASDC Jan 31, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2390 to MASDC Nov 1, 1965.
				2391 to MASDC Feb 8, 1966.  Returned to service Apr 13, 1966.
					Crashed Jun 23, 1966
				2392 to MASDC Feb 18, 1965.
				2393 to MASDC Nov 8, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2394 to MASDC Dec 6, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2395 (44th BW) destroyed in a ramp fire at Lake Charles AFB, Louisiana Mar 7, 1957
				2396 to MASDC Oct 28, 1965
				2397 to MASDC Dec 7, 1965
				2398 (380th BW) w/o after hard landing at Plattsburgh AFB, New York Dec 2, 1964.
				2399 to MASDC Nov 23, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2400 to MASDC Oct 28, 1965.
				2401 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 4, 1964. 
				2402 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 25, 1964.
53-2403/2417		Boeing B-47E-130-BW Stratojet
				MSN 4501216/4501230.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2403 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Apr 23, 1964. 
				2404 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 4, 1964.
				2405 to MASDC Dec 10, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2406 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 28, 1964. 
				2407 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Apr 7, 1964. 
				2408 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 4, 1964. 
				2409 to MASDC Feb 8, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2410 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 28, 1964.
				2411 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Apr 15, 1964. 
				2412 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 11, 1964. 
				2413 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 25, 1964. 
				2414 to MASDC Dec 6, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
				2415 to MASDC Dec 2, 1965
				2416 to MASDC Feb 26, 1965
				2417 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
53-2418/2422		McDonnell F-101A-1-MC Voodoo
				MSN 1/5
				2418 first flight Sep 29, 1954.  Was delivered to GE Flight Test Feb 1956 as NF-101A and performed J79
					development work and high energy fuel testing.  Returned to USAF Dec 1958.  Transferred to Sheppard 
					AFB, Texas as ground mechanics trainer, later to a civilian aviation mechanics school and registered N9250Z
					Apr 5, 1976 (expired Jun 30, 2011).  Put on display at Pueblo Weisbrod Museum, Pueblo, CO.  Moved 2009 
					to Evergreen Air and Space Museum, McMinville, Oregon and was being restored for display.  In 2014 was 
					at Octave Chanute Museum.
				2419 w/o Mar 28, 1956 at Edwards AFB, California
53-2423/2430		McDonnell F-101A-5-MC Voodoo
				MSN 6/13
				2426 converted to JF-101A.  Used by Major Adrian E. Drew to set a 
					new absolute world speed record of 1207.6 mph on Dec 12, 1957.
53-2431/2436		McDonnell F-101A-10-MC Voodoo
53-2437/2446		McDonnell F-101A-15-MC Voodoo
				2443 crashed on takeoff at Eglin AFB, FL Jan 10, 1956.  The pilot, 
					Maj. Lonnie R. Moore, Korean War ace, was killed.
53-2447/2461		Northrop F-89D-50-NO Scorpion
				2447 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Sep 15, 1966
				2449 converted to F-89H, later to F-89J.
				2451 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Nov 4, 1966
				2453 converted to F-89J.  On display at Helena Airport, Montana.
					Part of a collection given to Montana State University
					School of Technology.  It had been assigned civil registry
					of N16565 with School District 1, Helena, MT in 1966,
					presumably as an instructional airframe.  In 2010 was under restoration 
					by Heritage Flight Museum, Bellingham, WA
				2454 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC May 19, 1969
				2457 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Oct 14, 1966
				2461 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Sep 14, 1966
53-2462/2521		Northrop F-89D-55-NO Scorpion
				2462 converted to F-89J
				2463 (F-89J) on display at Robins AFB Museum, Georgia.
				2465 (F-89J) on display at North Dakota ANG, Fargo, North Dakota.
				2467 converted to F-89J
				2471 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
				2472 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Jan 13, 1966
				2476 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1966
				2477 converted to F-89J
				2479 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1966
				2480 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
				2482 converted to F-89J
				2483 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
				2486 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Jan 13, 1966
				2492 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
				2494 (F-89J) at Burlington IAP, VT marked as 0-21883
				2496 (F-89J: MSN N.4627). Rear fuselage noted Fall 2003 at Edwards AFB, CA.
				2502 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Oct 14, 1966
				2508 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
				2509 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Jan 13, 1966
				2510 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Oct 19, 1966
				2513 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Oct 16, 1966
				2515 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC May 19, 1969
				2519 converted to F-89J.  Reported at Planes of Fame Museum, Chino, CA
				2520 converted to F-89J in 1956.  Acquired by USAF Museum Sep 12, 1962.  Was at Air Force Museum May/June 1970.  
					On Oct 16, 1970 after being replaced on display by F-89J 52-1911, 2520 was scrapped.
				2521 conveted to F-89J.  To MASDC Jan 13, 1966
53-2522/2581		Northrop F-89D-60-NO Scorpion
				2522 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Jan 12, 1967
				2524 ex Oregon ANG on display at Eugene, Oregon in 1978.
				2527 converted to F-89J
				2530 out on Eglin AFB range as target 1973.  Now listed as having become N32536
					and now at EAA Airventure Museum, Oshkosh, WI.
				2531 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
				2532 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
				2535 converted to F-89J.  Sep 22, 1966
				2536 on display at EAA Museum, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
				2538 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC May 19, 1969
				2540 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Nov 1, 1966
				2542 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Oct 6, 1966
				2544 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Nov 4, 1966
				2546 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
				2547 converted to F-89J.  On display with Montana ANG at Great Falls, IAP, Montana.
				2550 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC May 19, 1969
				2553 converted to F-89J.  TO MASDC Feb 2, 1966
				2555 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Feb 16, 1966
				2559 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1966
				2565 converted to F-89J
				2567 expended as target on Eglin AFB range late 1970s.
				2572 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
				2576 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Nov 4, 1966
				2580 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC		
53-2582/2641		Northrop F-89D-65-NO Scorpion
				2584 seen in wrecked form on Eglin AFB range in Dec 2006
				2587 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Jan 23, 1967
				2589 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Nov 4, 1966
				2591 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Sep 14, 1966
				2595 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC May 19, 1969
				2598 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC 
				2601 at Planes of Fame Museum, Chino, CA.  Seen at Grissom AFB in 2006
					as just a fuselage without a canopy.  In 2009 was at Planes of Fame, Valle, AZ in outdoor storage.
				2604 converted to F-89J.  On display at 119th FW base, Fargo, ND.
				2610 converted to F-89J.  On display at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB. Florida.
				2613 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
				2614 converted to F-89J.
				2617 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Nov 4, 1966
				2621 crashed in North Smithfield, RI May 19, 1959. Crew bailed out and survived.
				2624 converted to F-89J.
				2635 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
				2638 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
				2639 converted to F-89J
53-2642/2686		Northrop F-89D-70-NO Scorpion
				2649,2650,2657,2658,2663,2664,2674,2679, 2683 converted to F-89J.
				2646 (MSN N.4777) converted to F-89J.  Was at Florence Air and Missile Museum, SC.  
					Now closed.  Noted in June 2004 at Florence AP, SC.  This museum is now closed.  The
					aircraft is now the responsibility of Shaw AFB.  In 2010 was in Friendship Park, Smithfield, OH.
					Now at Jefferson County Veterans Association, Steubenville, Ohio	
				2649 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Jan 31, 1966
				2650 converted to F-89J
				2657 converted to F-89J
				2658 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Feb 2, 1966
				2662 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
				2663 converted to F-89J
				2664 converted to F-89J
				2669 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1966
				2670 (F-89J) was first fighter aircraft to fire a live nuclear missile on Jul 19,
					1957 when launched an MB-1 Genie over Yucca Flats Nuclear Test Site as
					test shot John in the Operation Plumb Bob series.  Rocket was detonated
					at 15,000 feet by a signal from the ground.
				2671 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC as FD153 Sep 22, 1966
				2674 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC as FD088.  Now on displayh with Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				2677 on display at Minnesota ANG Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
				2679 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Mar 29, 1966.  Seen in 
					scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.
				2681 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC
				2683 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Sep 30, 1966
				2685 converted to F-89J.  To MASDC Jan 13, 1966 
53-2687/2780		Lockheed T-33B 
				MSN 580-7897/7916,7992/8011,8097/8132,8207/8224.
				Transferred to US Navy as TV-2 BuNo 136793/136886
53-2781/2846		de Havilland Canada L-20A Beaver 
				Redesignated U-6A in 1962.
				2781 (MSN 562/1323) delivered Nov 3, 1953.  To civil registry as N119Z (US Dept of Agriculture, 1970),
					then to USAF as NU-6A '32781/ED'.  To USAF Test Pilot School as N384N Jan 20,
					1982.  For sale summer 2004.  Current as N384N, stored dismantled.
				2782 (MSN 565/1325) delivered Nov 3, 1953.  To civil registry as N2843D (Interior Airways, AK),
					CF-NML (Northern Mountain Airlines Mar 1971), C-FNML (Northern 
					Thunderbird Air).  Crashed Fort Ware, BC Aug 8, 1988, killing 5.
					Rebuilt, then N6653K.  Current 
				2783 (MSN 567/1326) delivered Nov 6, 1953.  To MASDC Jan 11, 1972, declared excess Oct 4, 1974
				2784 (MSN 569/1327)
				2785 (MSN 570/1328)
				2786 (MSN 572/1329) delivered Nov 23, 1953.  Converted to RU-6A, stationed with 146th Avn Co
					(RR) in Vietnam.  To civil registry as N9258Z,
					C-GPVF, N95DG.  Still current.
				2787 (MSN 573/1330)
				2788 (MSN 575/1331) delivered Nov 19, 1953.  To MASDC Mar 2, 1972 to Feb 4, 1976.  To N1436Z, N860BL, current
				2789 (MSN 576/1332) delivered Dec 15, 1953
				2790 (MSN 578/1333) delivered Dec 1953.  To civil registry as N3947Q (Wipaire conversion).  Current
				2791 (MSN 579/1334) delivered Dec 16, 1953.  To civil registry as N87672, C-GIJO, N87672, C-GIJO,
					N2740X.  Current with Rusts Flying Service, AK since 1990.
				2792 (MSN 580/1335)
				2793 (MSN 582/1336)
				2794 (MSN 583/1337) delivered Dec 15, 1953.  assigned to Alaska ANG based at Kulis ANGB, Anchorage, AK in 1968.
					Registered N51718 Sep 15, 1976, cancelled Mar 3, 2011.  To N301PR, cancalled May 1, 1990
				2795 (MSN 585/1338)
				2796 (MSN 586/1339) delivered Dec 15, 1953.  Assigned 1956-57 to 25th Transportation Company at Fort Bragg, NC
				2797 (MSN 588/1340) delivered Dec 17, 1953.  To MASDC Dec 21, 1971 to Feb 26, 1976.  To civil registry as 
					C-GFDJ (Silver Pine Air Service May 1976 to Apr 1988), N588FR, C-GBUL.  Still current
				2798 (MSN 589/1341) delivered Dec 17, 1953.  To MASDC Apr 7, 1972 to Feb 6, 1976.  To civil registry as 
					N67670, N199BM.
				2799 (MSN 591/1342) delivered Jan 7, 1954.  To civil registry as N64339, N130WA. N684DD reserved May 13, 2014
				2800 (MSN 592/1343) delivered Jan 7, 1954.  Noted at Tucson in 1979 painted for delivery to Aerolineas Especiales
					de Colombia Ltda, but probably NTU.  May have been destined for US Border Patrol which was known to have 
					operated aircraft marked as "AE Colombia"
				2801 (MSN 593/1344) delivered Dec 30, 1954.  loaned to US Navy as 302801.  Serial 53-2781 was applied to two different
					airframes, the real one is MSN 562.  N32414 registered Nov 29, 1994, cancelled.   N4110S registered with
					MSN 593, current
				2802 (MSN 595/1345) delivered Jan 21, 1954.  To MASDC Feb 20, 1972,  To civil registry as N1433Z (Rusts Flying 
					Service).  Crashed in Alaska Aep 9, 1998, killing 5.  Rebuilt and converted by Kenmore Aviation, current.
				2803 (MSN 596/1346) delivered Jan 7, 1954.  To MASDC Feb 20, 1972 to Apr 21, 1975.  To a public school Denver, CO.
				2804 (MSN 598/1347)
				2805 (MSN 599/1348)
				2806 (MSN 600/1349) delivered Feb 9, 1954. Went missing Jan 12, 1959 in flight from Ellensburg AAF, Washington
					to McChord AFB near Tacoma.   Found that summer about 14 mi N of Stehekin, Washington buried under snow.
					Rebuilt.  To N3790G registered to Wien Air Alaska.  Crashed Nov 25, 1978 near Hydaburg, Alaska.  
				2807 (MSN 602/1350) delivered Feb 19, 1954.  To MASDC as UD9929? Nov 13, 1972.  To civil registry as N63315.  
					N602AK registered Sep 6, 2011.  
				2808 (MSN 603/1351)
				2809 (MSN 605/1352)
				2810 (MSN 606/1353) delivered Feb 9, 1954.  To MASDC Feb 14, 1972 to Feb 26, 1976.   To civil registry as C-GFDI.  
					Current with Baxter Aviation, Nanaimo, BC.
				2811 (MSN 607/1354) delivered Feb 19, 1954.  By 1998 was N9777Z with Kenmore Air
				2812 (MSN 608/1355) delivered Feb 19, 1954.  To MASDC Feb 22, 1972 to Mar 22, 1976.  Then to civil
					registry as N68082 with Kenmore Air Harbor, WA.  Operated by Rainbow
					King Lodge, AK since Sep 1995.
				2813 (MSN 610/1356) delivered Feb 25, 1954.  To civil registry as C-GSZA (Kabeelo Airways, ON).  Left
					wing struck trees during takeoff from Confederation Lake Jun 22, 1979.
					Repaired.  Water looped and sank on landing, Jubilee Lake, On Jul 13, 1991.
					Rebuilt again.  Still current.
				2814 (MSN 611/1357) delivered Mar 5, 1954.  To civil registry as C-GUXW.  Crashed into lake in
					SK Aug 2, 2003.  Pilot killed 2 passengers survived.
				2815 (612/1358)
				2816 (613/1359) delivered Mar 22, 1954.  to MASDC Mar 22, 1972l  To civil registry as N49771, N302BL.  
					Current with Bristol Bay Lodge, AK since Oct 1993.
				2817 (MSN 614/1360) delivered Mar 16, 1954. Noted Fall 2003 at California Army National Guard Museum, 
					San Luis Opisbo, CA
				2818 (MSN 616/1361) delivered Mar 15, 1954.  To civil registry as CF-DLV, C-FDLV.  Cancelled Jun 27, 1994.
					N911W registered Jun 1994.
				2819 (MSN 617/1362) delivered Mar 27, 1954.  to civil registry as N5317G (Willow Air Service, AK).
					Crashed 1 mi W of summit of Merrill Pass, AK Sep 26, 1985, 3 killed.
					Rebuilt.  To N21LU (Kake Union Air Service, WA), N67683 (Northwest
					Seaplanes, Renton, WA Aug 1993), N726P.  Current with Eena Aviation,
					Seattle, WA since 1999.
				2820 (MSN 619/1363)
				2821 (MSN 620/1364) delivered Mar 22, 1954.  To civil registry as N29888, then C-GMPE.
					Was flying with Shebandowan Air when hit trees on approach to 
					Powell Lake, ON Jul 25, 1987 and w/o
				2822 (MSN 622/1365) delivered Mar 31, 1954. To N64384.  Damaged Jun 3, 1976 when float hit a rock at Craig, 
					Alaska.  Damaged May 8, 1981 when collided with trees at Klawock, Alaska.  Destroyed Jun 8, 1987 when
					float impacted a tree and aircraft rolled over on its side at Sedro Wooley, Washington.
				2823 (MSN 623/1366)
				2824 (MSN 624/1367) delivered Apr 13, 1954.  To MASDC Dec 7, 1971 to Feb 24, 1976.  To C-GPUS, current
				2825 (MSN 625/1368)
				2826 (MSN 626/1369) deliveed Apr 19, 1954.
				2827 (MSN 627/1370) delivered Apr 28, 1954.  To MASDC Feb 15, 1972 to Feb 26, 1976.  To civil registry as N67693,  
					cancelled Feb 24, 2006.  Registered N62358 Feb 24, 2006, current
				2830 (MSN 632/1373) delivered Apr 24, 1954.  To civil registry as N90525, C-GFIQ.  Current
					with Enterlake Air Services, Selkirk, MB since 1988.
				2831	(MSN 634/1374)	
				2832	(MSN 635/1375)	 
				2833	(MSN 637/1376) 
				2834	(MSN 638/1377) 
				2835	(MSN 640/1378) 
				2836	(MSN 642/1379) 
				2837 (MSN 644/1380) delivered May 12, 1954.  To civil registry as N90410, C-GSKI (Klondike Air),
					N24BR.  Current with Hartly Inc/Branch River Air Service,
					King Salmon, AK since 1989.
				2838	(MSN 651/1385) 
				2839	(MSN 652/1386)
				2840	(MSN 653/1387) 
				2841	(MSN 655/1389)
				2842 (MSN 656/1390) MAP transfer to Philippine AF as 656.  To Philippine civil registry as RP-74.  WFU by 1989
				2843 (MSN 657/1391) delivered May 27, 1954.   Operated in Korea
				2844 (MSN 660/1393)
				2845 (MSN 661/1394) delivered Apr 15, 1954.  Leased to Air America as L-207 Mar 1, 1962.  Crshed on takeoff 
					Apr 6, 1962 at Sam Thong, Laos.  All onboard killed.
				2846 (MSN 666/1395)
53-2847/2872		Cancelled contract
53-2873/2878		Cessna L-19A Bird Dog  
				To Chile in 1953 under MDAP.
				2873 (FAC 401)
				2874 (FAC 402)
				2875 (FAC 403, renumbered FAC 321 in 1984)
				2876 (FAC 404, renumbered FAC 322 in 1984) crashed Jun 26, 1999 Santiago de Chile.
					Pilot killed.
				2877 (MSN 22884, FAC 405, renumbered FAC 321 in 1984).  Conflict here with 2875.
				2878 (FAC 406)
53-2879/3128		Cancelled Contract
53-3129/3135		Lockheed C-130A-LM Hercules
				MSN 182-3001/3007
				3129 (MSN 182-3001) converted to JC-130A Sep 1957.  Converted from 
					JC-130A to AC-130A in 1967.  Hit by 37mm shell in March 1971 but repaired.
					Named "First Lady" with 711st Special Operations Squadron in 1994.
					Put on display at USAF Armaments Museum, Eglin AFB, Florida in 1995, painted in Vietnam-era
					camouflage.  
				3130 (MSN 182-3002) was static test article and never flown.  Tested
					to destruction Feb 20, 1958.
				3131 (MSN 182-3003) converted to NC-130A.  To Sheppard AFB as ground trainer
					by 1978.  No engines by Dec 2002.
				3132 (MSN 182-3004) to Mexican AF as 10601 (Jul 1987), maintenance at SPAR,
					Edmonton, Canada (Aug 1999), flying Mar 2003, reserialled FAM 3601 by Sep 2003. Now WFU by Mexican AF
				3133 (MSN 182-3005) converted to NC-130A.  To MASDC as CF021 in Jun 1976. 
					Sold to National Aircraft for scrap, Seen at DMI Aviation yard
					Aug 28, 2000 with no landing gear or engines, same Dec 2002.
				3134 (MSN 182-3006) to MASDC as CF010 May 24, 1976.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC
					8/28/2000.
				3135 (MSN 182-3007) sold to Mexican AF as 10602 (Jul 1987), at SPAR, Edmonton, 
					Canada with severe corrosion (Nov 2001).  Became FAM 3602.  Now WFU by Mexican AF  			
53-3136/3222		Fairchild C-119G Flying Boxcar
				3136 (MSN 11147) converted to JG-119G, then to AC-119G Shadow in 1968 (mod. no. 111).  
					To South Vietnam AF Aug 1971.
				3137 (MSN 11148) to MASDC as CJ385 Jan 24, 1971
				3138 (MSN 11149) to Indian AF in 1963
				3139 (MSN 11150) transferred to South Vietnam AF in early 1968
				3140 (MSN 11151) transferred to South Vietnam AF in early 1968. Later to 
					Taiwan as 3140.  Preserved outside Kao Yuan Institute of
					Technology, Lu-Chu
				3141 (MSN 11152) transferred to South Vietnam AF 1972
				3142 (MSN 11153) converted to YC-119K.  To MASDC as CJ419 Mar 16, 1972.
					Declared excess Dec 26, 1973.
				3143 (MSN 11154) to Taiwan as 3143.  
				3144 (MSN 11155) received by USAF Apr 23, 1954.  To MASDC Jan 28, 1971. Converted to C-119L in 1973.  
					To civil register as N8512N, then N37484 (several owners).  One of its  assignments involved agricultural 
					spraying for grasshoppers until that became unprofitable.  The owners then turned to contraband and delivered television 
					sets from Texas into Mexico.  Customers bought the TV sets directly from the aircraft. On its sixth and final illegal operation, 
					it was damaged when it struck a large cactus tree in the middle of an airstrip. It returned to the United States and sat at 
					Laredo, Texas, until sold again to a private individual who exchanged it and an AT-11 for a Beechcraft U-8 and a C-118. 
					In 1987, the aircraft flew to Hurlburt for display in the airpark in honor of all commandos who served on this type of aircraft. 
					It arrived Sept. 23 after being chased by Customs and Drug Enforcement Agency aircraft after Beaumont, Texas, and New Orleans. 
					The pilot had no aircraft radios and failed to file a flight plan.  When he was picked up on radar and couldn't be contacted, 
					he was considered a drug smuggler.  Registration N37484 sale reported Mar 25, 1994, cancelled Sep 12, 2012.  
					Preserved at Hurlburt Field, Florida, displayed as AC-119G.
				3145 (MSN 11156) converted to AC-119G Shadow in 1968 (mod. No. 120).  Sold to South Vietnam in 1971
				3146 (MSN 11157) transferred to South Vietnam AF in early 1968.  Believe lost
					in mortar attack at Tan Son Nhut Feb 18, 1968
				3147 (MSN 11158).  Sold to South Vietnam
				3148 (MSN 11159).  Sold to South Vietnam early 1968.  Returned to USAF at
					Clark AB, Philippines Jan 1973 and subsequently transferred to Chinese
					Nationalist AF
				3149 (MSN 11160) transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF 1959
				3150 (MSN 11161) (817TCS) in accident at Ashiya AB, date?.  I have some photos of this plane wrecked, this may be the
					incident referred to.
				3151 (MSN 11162) to MASDC as CJ354 Sep 1, 1970
				3152 (MSN 11163) to MASDC as CJ281 Feb 9, 1969
				3153 (MSN 11164) Transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF 1959
				3154 (MSN 11165) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1968 (mod. no. 167).  To South 
					Vietnam AF
				3155 (MSN 11166) transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1959.
				3156 (MSN 11167) converted to AC-119K Stinger.  Landed short at Da Nang AB, RVN Feb 19, 1970 when ran
					out of fuel on short final.  All 10 crew escaped with only minor injuries, but aircraft was w/o.
				3157 (MSN 11168) to South Vietnam AF early 1968.  Returned to USAF at Clark AB Feb 1973
					and scrapped there Jun 1973
				3158 (MSN 11169) to MASDC as CJ283 Feb 9, 1969.  Declared excess Dec 26, 1973
				3159 (MSN 11170)
				3160 (MSN 11171) converted to C-119K.  To Ethiopia as 917.  Abandoned at Debrezit in 1996.
				3161 (MSN 11172) sold to South Vietnam AF early 1968.  Returned to USAF
					at Clark AB Jan 1973.  Later transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF
				3162 (MSN 11173) to MASDC as CJ356 Aug 31, 1970
				3163 (MSN 11174) transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1959
				3164 (MSN 11175) to Taiwan as 3164.  With 2nd SQ, w/o Jul 18, 1972
				3165 (MSN 11176) to Taiwan as 3165
				3166 (MSN 11177) to MASDC as CJ444 Mar 4, 1973.  Declared excess Dec 9, 1974
				3167 (MSN 11178) to South Vietnam
				3168 (MSN 11179) to MASDC as CJ355 Aug 31, 1970
				3169 (MSN 11180) to Taiwan as 3169
				3170 (MSN 11181) converted to AC-119G Shadow in 1968 (mod. no. 121).  To South 
					Vietnam AF Aug 1971.  Destroyed Jun 20, 1972, eight killed.
				3171 (MSN 11182) to Taiwan as 3171
				3172 (MSN 11183) to Taiwan as 3172
				3173 (MSN 11184) to South Vietnam
				3174 (MSN 11185) to MASDC as CJ387 Jun 5, 1971.  Returned to service Jun 5, 1971.
					Converted to C-119L in 1973
				3175 (MSN 11186) sold to South Vietnam AF early 1968.  Returned to USAFZ at
					Clark AB Jan 1973.  Scrapped there Jun 1973.
				3176 (MSN 11187) transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1959 as 3176
				3177 (MSN 11188) to Taiwan as 3177
				3178 (MSN 11189) converted to AC-119G Shadow in 1968 (mod. no 122).  Transferred
					 to South Vietnam AF Aug 1971. 
				3179 (MSN 11190) to MASDC as CJ418 Mar 13, 1972.  Declared Excess Dec 9, 1974
				3180 (MSN 11191) to MASDC Dec 2, 1970 as CJ377.  Returned to service.  
					Back to MASDC as CJ437 Jul 20, 1972.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as CJ445 Mar 4, 1973
				3181 (MSN 11192) to MASDC Jun 10, 1972.  Returned to service Jul 27, 1972. Bailed to Fairchild at
					Clearview, FL in 1973.  Converted to RC-119L.  Back to MASDC as CJ448 Aug 29, 1973.  One
					source has this plane as going to Taiwan AF.  May be confusion with 51-8000
					which became CNAF 3181.
					as 3181.  DBR in ground fire at Ping Tung AB Jun 1, 1996
				3182 (MSN 11193) loaned in 1955 to Aeroplane and Armament Experimental
					Establishment of Britain for certification in respect of possible
					use of C-119 aircraft by British paratroopers.  To MASDC as CJ415 Sep 25, 1971
				3183 (MSN 11194) to MASDC as CJ383 Dec 9, 1970.  Returned to service Jun 30, 1971.
					Back to MASDC as CJ440 Jan 17, 1973.  Declared excess Dec 9, 1974
				3184 (MSN 11195) converted to C-119L in 1973.  To MASDC as CJ459 May 19, 1975
				3185 (MSN 11196) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972
				3186 (MSN 11197) converted to C-119L.  To MASDC as CJ464 in 1975.
				3187 (MSN 11198) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1968 (mod. no. 153).  Transferred 
					to South Vietnam AF Aug 1971.
				3188 (MSN 11199) converted to C-119K.  To Ethiopia as 915.  Abandoned at Debrezit, noted derelict there in 1998
				3189 (MSN 11200) converted to AC-119G Shadow in 1968 (mod. no. 126).  Transferred
					 to South Vietnam AF Aug 1971
				3190 (MSN 11201) to MASDC as CJ384 Dec 18, 1970
				3191 (MSN 11202) to MASDC as CJ403 Feb 13, 1971.  Declared excess Dec 9, 1974
				3192 (MSN 11203) converted to AC-119G Shadow in 1968 (mod. no. 125).  Transferred
					to South Vietnam AF Aug 1971
				3193 (MSN 11204) converted to C-119L
				3194 (MSN 11205) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.  Returned to USAF
					at Clark AB Mar 1973 and scrapped there Jun 1973
				3195 (MSN 11208) crashed into Pallet Mountain 12 mi NW of Writhtwood, CA Sep 30, 1966.
					4 on board killed.
				3196 (MSN 11209) to MASDC Jun 10, 1972.  Returned to service Jun 26, 1972.  Back to
					MASDC.  Declared excess Dec 26, 1973.
				3197 (MSN 11210) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1968 (mod. no. 158).  Transferred
					to South Vietnam AF 1972 or 1973.
				3198 (MSN 11211) transferred to South Vietnam AF early 1968, returned to USAF
					at Clark AB Jan 1973 and transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF May 1973.
				3199 (MSN 11212) article in Aeromilitaria magazine says went to Indian AF
					in 1963.  Report that it is preserved at War Memorial Museum, Seoul/Yongsan, Korea.
				3200 (MSN 11213) supplied to United Nations Aug 1960 for use in Congo
					as UNO-101.  In 1961 transferred to Italian AF as MM53-3200.  Preserved at Pisa, Italy.
				3201 (MSN 11214)
				3202 (MSN 11215) transferred to South Vietnam AF early 1968.  Returned to USAF
					at Clark AB Jan 1973 and scrapped there Jun 1973.
				3203 (MSN 11216) transferred to South Vietnam AF early 1968.  Returned to USAF
					at Clark AB Feb 1973, scrappe there Jun 1973.
				3204 (MSN 11217) to MASDC as CJ396 Feb 1, 1971.
				3205 (MSN 11218) converted to AC-119G Shadow in 1968 (mod. No. 108).  Sold to South Vietnam Aug 1971.
				3206 (MSN 11219) to MASDC Jan 28, 1971.  Returned to service Jun 29, 1971.  converted to C-119L.  To MASDC as CJ462.
					To civil register as N4999N, then N90268, Starbird Inc, Reno, Nevada.
					Crashed Jul 5, 1978, King Salmon, AK when caught fire on approach.  Registration N90268 cancelled Nov 20, 2014
				3207 (MSN 11220) to Taiwan as 3129
				3208 (MSN 11221) became UC-119G in 1962, redesignated GC-119G same year
				3209 (MSN 11222) to Indian AF in 1960
				3210 (MSN 11223) to Indian AF as BK510
				3211 (MSN 11227) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1968 (mod. No. 161).   To South
					Vietnam AF in 1972 or 1973.
				3212 (MSN 11228) to Indian AF in 1960
				3213 (MSN 11229) converted to C-119J standard in 1954 (first such
					conversion), officially designated as such sometime
					after Jun 1957.  To MASDC as CJ056 Aug 31, 1960
				3214 (MSN 11230) 
				3215 (MSN 11231) to Indian AF in 1963.
				3216 (MSN 11232) converted to C-119L.  To MASDC as CJ451.  To civil registry as N8504Y
				3217 (MSN 11233) to Indian AF in 1960.
				3218 (MSN 11234) sold to South Vietnam early 1968.  Returned to USAF
					at Clark AB Jan 1973.  Scrapped there Jun 1973.
				3219 (MSN 11235) supplied to UN Aug 1960 for use in Congo as
					UNO-102, subsequently transferred to Italian AF as MM53-3219 in 1961.    
				3220 (MSN 11236) sold to South Vietnam AF Jul 1968 as replacement aircraft (presumably
					for 53-3146).  Returned to USAF at Clark AB Jan 1973, subsequently
					transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF.
				3221 (MSN 11237) w/o summer of 1958 when experienced a prop overspeed
					after takeoff from Athens, Grece.  Pilot attemped to land but a
					DC-3 had been cleared for takeoff in front of the C-119 on final.
					The C-119 was committed, could not go around, so the pilot pulled
					up the gear and bellied in between the taxiway and the runway.
				3222 (MSN 11238).  With 10th TCS, in midair collision with 53-7841 over Edelweiler, 
					Germany Aug 11, 1955 during training exercise.  Total of 61 killed.
53-3223/3305		Douglas C-118A Liftmaster
				MSN 44594/44676
				At least four more to US Navy as 153691/153694.
				3223 (MSN 44594) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N43883 of Atlas
					Aircraft of Miami, FL, then as HI-292CT (Dominicana)
				3224 (MSN 44595/497) delivered to USAF Sep 2, 1954.  Seen with Aerospace
					Cartographic and Geodetic Service Feb 1970. WFU and stored
					MASDC Apr 1975.  Bought by Southwest Alloys May 20, 1982. 
				3225 (MSN 44596) to civil registry as N1377K (Northern Air Cargo, Anchorage, AK)
				3226 (MSN 44597) to US Navy as BuNo 135691.
				3227 (MSN 44598) to MASDC as 8C002 Mar 25, 1976.  Transferred to US Navy Mar 25, 196 as 533227.  To civil registry as N9393A
				3228 (MSN 44599) to MASDC as 8C003 Mar 25, 1976.  Returned to service.  Transferred to US Navy as 533227 Mar 25, 1976.
					Returned to USAF Aug 21, 1981.  To MASDC as 8C024 Aug 21, 1981.  To civil registry as N351CE (Tatonduk Outfitters, Fairbanks, AK)
				3229 (MSN 44600/507) converted to VC-118A with a sleeping capacity of
					10.  To 1254th MAW at Washington National Airport where
					it was assigned to the office of the Chairman of the Joint
					Chief of Staff.  Transferred to Andrews AFB and unit renamed 89th MAW.
					Transferred to US Department of Agriculture Aug 19, 1975 and assigned N201GB.
					Operating out of PHX, AZ.  Bought by Rich International Airways
					Dec 15, 1975 and registered as N4989V.  To Southern Air 
					Transport Oct 1980.  Bought by Florida Aircraft Leasing
					Corp Sep 26, 1984, converted to DC-6A.  Seized by Guatemalan
					Federal Police Nov 1985.  Impounded in Mexico 1987.  Bought
					by Pescamex Feb 1988 and registered XB-EFX.  Bought by Maya
					Cargo Dec 1989 as XA-RIK.  WFU and stored New Tamiani,
					FL.  Bouth by Starflite Corp May 1991.  Minor damage
					by Hurricane Angrew Aug 24, 1992.  Derelict at New Tamiani, FL
					Dec 1996
				3230 (MSN 44601) destroyed in landing accident at NS Keflavik, Iceland Mar 3, 1955.  No
					casualties.
				3231 (MSN 44602) to civil registry as N51CP (Gables Aircraft Leasing, Miami, FL)
				3232 (MSN 44603/513) delivered to USAF Oct 12, 1954. WFU and
					stored MASDC Jun 1975
				3233 (MSN 44604/517) delivered to USAF Oct 18, 1954.  WFU and
					stored MASDC May 1975.
				3234 (MSN 44605) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N4213X (Northern Air Cargo,
					Anchorage, AK)
				3235 (MSN 44606/519) delivered to USAF Oct 27, 1954.  WFu and
					stored MASDC Apr 1975.
				3236 (MSN 44607) to civil registry as N3426F (initially with R. J. Stevenson Co
					of St Louis, MO, later to Investment International, Hazelwood, MO)
				3237 (MSN 44608) to civil registry as N90447.
				3238 (MSN 44609/525) delivered to USAF Nov 23, 1954.  WFU and
					stored MASDC Jan 1975.  Bought by Koler, Inc May 12, 1976
					and broken up May 1976.
				3239 (MSN 44610) converted to VC-118A, then to MASDC as CG075 Jun 20, 1975.  Disposed of in 2001
				3240 (MSN 44611) converted to VC-118A. To MASDC as CG073 Jun 18, 1975.  
					To Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.  I had this plane as now being at Travis AFB, CA.  
					Confirmation in 2006 that the plane is at Pima.
				3241 (MSN 44612) to US Navy as BuNo 153693
				3242 (MSN 44613) to US Navy as BuNo 153692
				3243 (MSN 44614) in accident Aug 29, 1968.
				3244 (MSN 44615) to civil registry as as N3434F, then N33VX (TACA Internacional).  Crashed at Golden
					Meadow, LA after fuel shortage Jul 20, 1988.
				3245 (MSN 44616) converted to EC-118A, then to civil registry as N9059J (Time Aviation
					Services, Sun Valloy, CA).   Still in western scrapyard at Davis-Monthan, 
					but is apparently to be restored.
				3246 (MSN 44617) converted to VC-118A.  then to civil registry as N370AT, later CP-1336
					(Aerovias Las Minas).  In accident Oct 6, 1977.
				3247 (MSN 44618) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N52CP.
				3248 (MSN 44619) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N92860 (Intercontinental
					Aircraft Leasing).  Emergency landing San Manuel, AZ after icing Apr 28, 1984
					and ran off runway and caught fire.
				3249 (MSN 44620) to MASDC as CG080 Sep 12, 1975.  To civil registry as N9045B 
					(Time Aviation Services, Sun Valley, CA)
				3250 (MSN 44621) lost in accident at McChord AFB Apr 1, 1959
				3251 (MSN 44622/556) delivered to USAF Feb 24, 1955. WFU and
					stored MASDC Jun 1975.  Sold as scrap May 20, 1982 and
					broken up.
				3252 (MSN 44623) still in use as instructional airframe at Ramstein AFB in 2002.
				3253 (MSN 44624) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N43867 (Atlas Aircraft
					Co, Miami, FL, then Rich International Airways)
				3254 (MSN 44625) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N614CA
				3255 (MSN 44626) to US Navy as BuNo 152687.  Now on display at McGuire AFB, New Jersey
				3256 (MSN 44627) to US Navy as BuNo 152688.
				3257 (MSN 44628) to MASDC as 8C004 Mar 25, 1976.  Returned to service.  Transferred to US Navy Mar 25, 1976 as 533257.
					Destroyed in accident at Keflavik Oct 1, 1983
				3258 (MSN 44629) to civil registry as N9249F (GAF International Service, Miami, FL).  Lost in
					an accident int he Bahamas in 1981
				3259 (MSN 44630) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N3493F (Bellomy
					Lawson Inc, Miami, FL, then to Surinam Airways).
					Hit trees when landing at Paramaribo May 5, 1978.
				3260 (MSN 44631) to US Navy as R6D-1 152689.  Returned to USAF then converted to VC-118A.  Sold
					on civil market as N233HP.
				3261 (MSN 44632/569) delivered to USAF Apr 7, 1955.  WFU and
					stored MASDC Nov 1975.  Boutht by Time Aviation Services
					Sep 27, 1978 and registered as N90444.  WFU and stored
					Tucson, AZ.  Bought by Camel Leasing Co, Inc Feb 1987.
					Bought by Northern Pacific Transport, Inc Sep 1988.  
					Repossessed by First National Bank of Anchorage, AK Aug 1992.
					Bought by Sherman Grayson of Tesas Aug 1992.  Bought
					by Doug Norred Jun 1994.  Bought by Kate Freight and Travel Aug
					1994 and registered as 5Y-BRP.  Bought by Relief Air
					in 1995, reregistered as N90444.  Registered as 5Y-BRP
					in 1995.  WFU and stored Jun 1996.
				3262 (MSN 44633) converted to VC-118A.  to civilian registry as N44917.  Now N48AW, but
					stored at Mesa, AZ as XA-TDR in Mexican AF colors.
				3263 (MSN 44634) w/o in hangar fire at McChord AFB, WA Jan 15, 1957.
				3264 (MSN 44635, line #573) to Trident Technical College, Charleston, SC Jan 1983
					as N64695.  Sold Mar 1991 to Sun Aircraft Leasing, Miami, FL as N66TR.
					Now with Relief Air Transport of Africa as 5Y-SJP
				3265 (MSN 44636) to MASDC as CG045 Apr 29, 1975.  To civil registry as N2907F (Northern Air Cargo, Anchorage, AK)
				3266 (MSN 44637) converted to VC-118A, Noted on civil registry at New Tamiani, Florida Nov 1979 as N2953F, then
					to N3749P.  Then to civil registry as HK-3301 (Aerovias del Sur (ASUR) 16 Feb 1987), 
					current Sep 1999 
				3267 (MSN 44638) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N3465F
				3268 (MSN 44639/579) delivered to USAF May 2, 1955.  WFU and
					stored MASDC Feb 1975.
				3269 (MSN 44640) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N202GB.  Stored at Stone Mountain, GA
				3270 (MSN 44641) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N96039, later N874TA (Wells Fargo
					Bank, Salt Lake City, UT, now with Trans-Air Link, San Juan, PR)
				3271 (MSN 44642) to civil registry as N94362 for ferry and sold to Honduras AF as
					FAH800.  Sold in 1987 and registered HR-AKZ.  Crashed Feb 25, 1989
					when ran out of fuel 15 mi from Tegucigalpa airport.
				3272 (MSN 44643/588) delivered to USAF Jun 8, 1955.  WFU and
					stored MASDC Apr 1975.  Bought by Koler, Inc May 12, 1975
					and broken up May 1976.
				3273 (MSN 44644) modified in 1961 by Temco at Greenville, TX as
					airborne command post.  To civil register as N9045P and cancelled on
					February 17, 1994.  To civil registry as XA-SNT (Carga del Caribe)
				3274 (MSN 44645) delivered to USAF Jun 6, 1955 as C-118A, converted to VC-118A still 53-3274 
					used by 322AD, 7120 ACCS, 89th MAW, Andrews AFB and later 375 MAW HQ Command. 
					Modified in 1961 by Temco at Greenville, TX as airborne command post for use by
					7120th ACCS.
					01/75 stored at MASDC, Davis Monthan AFB with TT of 23,271 hrs. May 12, 1976 
					sold on auction to Desert Air Parts Inc. and stored.  Then 02/78 registered as 
					N50293 to Aircraft Brokers Trust. Converted to DC-6A, as N50293. 10/79 sold 
					to Thomas E. Hughes, 5/82 sold to Basler Flight Service, Oshkosh, WI.  6/85 
					sold to Conair registered as C-GKFF.  9/85 sold to Kelowna Flightcraft Charter 
					and leased back to Conair.  10/87 sold to Aero Vias SA, Guatemala and 
					registered as TG-CGO.  11/88 sold to Aero Executives SA as YV-501C. 1/91 sold 
					to Transair Cargo as 9Q-CJP92.  8/97 re-registered as EL-WIL.  6/98 Transair 
					Cargo re-named TAC Air Services.  9/98 paint stripped to bare metal with blue 
					nose.  4/01 repainted in primer, completed in June 2001 and engines run for 
					possible sale-deal fell through.   January 27, 2004 broken up at Rand Airport 
					in South Africa.
				3275 (MSN 44646) to MASDC as CG026 Feb 20, 1975.
				3276 (MSN 44647) to civil registry as YV-722C Zulair Cargo
				3277 (MSN 44648, 1611th ATW) in midair collision with P2V-5F BuNo 127723 near Norwalk, CA Feb 1, 1958.
					47 out of 49 onboard killed, plus one killed on ground.
				3278 (MSN 44649) to civil registry as N9045N
				3279 (MSN 44650) to to MASDC as 8C005 Mar 25, 1976.  Returned to service.  Transferred to US Navy Mar 25, 1976 as 533279.  Back to MASDC
					as 8C0041.  To civil registry as N578AS (Nighthawk Air Systems, Miami, FL)
				3280 (MSN 44651/608) delivered to USAF Aug 18, 1955.  WFU and stored
					MASDC Apr 1975.  Bought by Koler, Inc May 12, 1976 and broken up
				3281 (MSN 44652) to civil registry as N2816J
				3282 (MSN 44653) to civil registry as N11817 (Alaska Airlines).  Ran off runway when landing at
					Anchorage Feb 22, 1960, but still on FAA records
				3283 (MSN 44654) modified in 1961 by Temco at Greenville, TX as airborne command post for use by
					7120th ACCS.
				3284 (MSN 44655) to MASDC as CG025 Feb 19, 1975.  Disposed of in 2001.
				3285 (MSN 44656) to US Navy as BuNo 153694.
				3286 (MSN 44657) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N43865 (Atlas
					Aircraft Co, Miami, FL, then Kimex, INC).  Hit the water
					on approach to Kingston, Jamaica Jul 20, 1979.
				3287 (MSN 44658) converted to VC-118A.  Modified in 1961 by Temco at Greenville, 
					TX as airborne command post for use by 7120th ACCS.
					Then to civil registry as N2904F, later C-GBYS.  Also reported
					as N3047V, N12703.
				3288 (MSN 44659) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N96040 (Rosenbalm Aviation).  Damaged
					beyond repair Dec 8, 1978.
				3289 (MSN 44660) to civil registry as N2878F (Northern Pacific Transport, Achorge, AK).  Hit obstacle
					on runway during takeoff Egegik Ak Jul 7, 1985 and caught fire.
				3290 (MSN 44661) to US Navy as BuNo 152689.
				3291 (MSN 44662)to MASDC as 8C006 Mar 25, 1976.  Transferred to US Navy Mar 25, 1976 as 533291To civil registry as N51599.
				3292 (MSN 44663) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N313RS (Northern Air Cargo).  Damaged
					beyond repair during emergency landing at Russian Mission, AK Jul 20, 1996.
				3293 (MSN 44664) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry with Atlas
					Aircraft Co of Miami, FL, then as 9Q-CJP and/or 9Q-CZU
				3294 (MSN 44665) converted to VC-118A, Modified in 1961 by Temco 
					at Greenville, TX as airborne command post for use by 7120th ACCS.
					Then to civil registry as N43872 (Time Aviation Services, Inc of 
					Sun Valley,Ca, then to Northern Air Cargo, Anchorage, AK)
				3295 (MSN 44666/633) delivered to USAF Nov 11, 1955.  WFU and
					stored MASDC May 1975.
				3296 (MSN 44667/634) delivered to USAF Nov 17, 1955.  WFU and
					stored MASDC May 1975
				3297 (MSN 44668) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as V5-WAC.  Crashed on landing in
					Namibia Jul 1994.
				3298 (MSN 44669) to MASDC as CG029 Feb 28, 1975.  To civilian registry as N9148F.
				3299 (MSN 44670) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as HK-1702 (Air Colombia).  Caught fire during
					emergency landing attempt Bogota Feb 10, 1991.
				3300 (MSN 44671) to MASDC as CG083 Apr 2, 1976.  Disposed of in 2001.
				3301 (MSN 44672, 1611th ATW) crashed after takeoff near Brown's Mills, NJ Jul 13, 1956.  46 of 66 onboard killed.
				3302 (MSN 44673) converted to VC-118A, then to civil registry as N317SP (Air Worthy Leasing)
				3303 (MSN 44674/641) converted to VC-118A.  WFU and stored MASDC
					Aug 1977
				3304 (MSN 44675/642) delivered to USAF Jan 4, 1956.  Converted to 
					VC-118A.  WFU and stored MASDC May 1975.  Bought by Pacific
					Alaska Airlines May 12 1976 and registered as N888DG.  Bought by 
					Yakutat Seafood Company May 1983 and registered as N100YS.
					Bought by Northern Pacific Transport, Inc Jul 1985.  Bought
					by Universal Airlines Jan 1990 registered as N888DG.  First
					National Bank of Anchorage repossessed it Aug 1992.
					WFU and stored.  Bought by Sherman Grayson of Texas Aug 1992.
					Bought by Everts Air Fuel Mar 1995.  Bought By Tatonduk
					Outfitters Ltd Jun 1996. Leased by Air Cargo Express Jun 1996.
				3305 (MSN 44676/644) delivered to USAF Jan 10, 1956.  Converted to 
					VC-118A.  WFU and stored MASDC May 1975.
53-3306/3395		Beech T-34A Mentor
				MSN G.67/G.156
				3306 (MSN G.67) flying as N6450D
				3308 (MSN G.69) became VR-BAQ.
				3310 (MSN G.71) on display at WPAFB Museum.
				3311 (MSN G.72)to civil registry N311H May 1995.  Now N273CB
				3313 (MSN G.74) owned by Paul Peters and flying as N34EP.
				3315 (MSN G.76) to civil registry N102PS
				3316 (MSN G.77) to civil registry N36AE
				3317 (MSN G.78) to civil registry N134KC
				3318 (MSN G.79) to civil registry N13T
				3319 (MSN G.80) to civil registry N34VW Mar 1977.
				3320 (MSN G.81) to Spanish AF as E.17-14. To Uruguay AF as 640 (ntu).
				3322 (MSN G.83) to civil registry N63490 Jul 1977, owned by Edwards AFB Aero Club.  To N134MB Oct 1989.
				3324 (MSN G.85) to civil registry N7973A. Crashed at Troy, AL Jul 8, 1989. 2 killed.
				3327 (MSN G.88) flying as N34MK
				3328 (MSN G.89) to civil registry N6487C
				3330 (MSN G.91) to civil registry N1BD Jun 1975
				3331 (MSN G.92) to civil registry N10567
				3332 (MSN G.93) to civil registry N334RG
				3334 (MSN G.95) to civil registry N7829C.
				3337 (MSN G.98) to civil registry N13AA
				3339 (MSN G.100) to civil registry N134AF.
				3340 (MSN G.101) to civil registry N53JA.
				3342 (MSN G.103) to civil registry N74010 Jul 1988
				3344 (MSN G.105) on display at Ecuador Military Museum at Quito IAP/Mariscal Sucre Air Base (May 2009)
				3345 (MSN G.106) to civil registry N41DC Apr 1979
				3346 (MSN G.107) to Spanish AF as E.17-18.  To Uruguay as 642 (ntu)
				3347 (MSN G.108) to N6306D with March AFB Aero Club
				3348 (MSN G.109) to N4176A. Sold Aug 1984.
				3350 (MSN G.111) to Spanish AF as E.17-15.  To Uruguay as 641 (ntu).
				3352 (MSN G.113) to civil registry N134TX
				3353 (MSN G.114) to civil registry N34DT Aug 1974
				3355 (MSN G.116) to civil regsitry N116RH.
				3356 (MSN G.117) to N10560 with Edwards AFB Aero Club, USAF Nov 1962. Under restoration in 2008.
				3357 (MSN G.118) to civil registry N6849C.
				3358 (MSN G.119) to civil registry N6HK
				3359 (MSN G.120) to N34KF, marked as '54-0120'. Lost all electrical power, during landing a gear collapsed 
					and hit a runway sign at Englewood, CO Feb 12, 2008. Registration cancelled Jun 2008.
				3360 (MSN G.121) to N4189A with Suffolk AFB Jan 1959.  Pilot attempted takeoff with concrete block attached 
					to plane and stalled at Suffolk AFB, NY Nov 10, 1964. Registration cancelled Apr 1970
				3361 (MSN G.122) to civil registry N99L Aug 1973.
				3362 (MSN G.123) to civil registry N121BC May 1990
				3363 (MSN G.124) to civil registry N6404D Feb 1983
				3365 (MSN G.126) to civil registry N44007.
				3366 (MSN G.127) dropped from USAF inventory Nov 10, 1969.  Now on civil registry as N4WL.  In 2010 was located at Warbirds
					West Air Museum, El Cajon, CA
				3367 (MSN G.128) to civil registry N550JP
				3369 (MSN G.130) to civil registry as N140SW.  crashed near Rydal, GA Apr 19, 1999 while operated
					by Sky Warriors Aerial Laser Combat after inflight separation of right
					wing during maneuvers.  Pilot and passenger both killed.
				3372 (MSN G.133) served with Uruguyan AF as 650
				3373 (MSN G.134) on civil registry as N9JD
				3377 (MSN G.138) to civil registry N234TU
				3378 (MSN G.139) to civil registry N34AT
				3379 (MSN G.140) airworthy as N54RF, flying in false USN colors as 140140.
				3382 (MSN G.143) to civil registry N382TT Nov 1996
				3384 (MSN G.145) to civil registry N400MT.
				3385 (MSN G.146) to civil registry N7GN Sep 1983. Hit high tension wires and crashed at Fallbrook, CA Apr 21, 1985. 
					Pilot killed.  Registration cancelled Mar 1991.
				3387 (MSN G.148) to civil registry N4CN Jan 1993.
				3389 (MSN G.150) to civil registry N34292 May 1964. Registration cancelled as sold Jan 1971.
				3391 (MSN G.152) to civil registry N53BR.  With Fuerza Aérea de Chile (FACh) as 144
				3392 (MSN G.153) to civil registry N94595.
				3393 (MSN G.154) to civil registry N6CL.
				3394 (MSN G.155) to civil registry N2969C.
				3395 (MSN G.156) to civil registry N48RC. Destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana Aug 29, 2005.
53-3396/3397		Lockheed YC-130-LO Hercules
				MSN 082-1001/1002
				3396 (MSN 082-1001) converted to NC-130.  Broken up at Robins AFB
				3397 (MSN 082-1002) converted to NC-130.  Broken up at Indianapolis.  First to
					fly, on Aug 23, 1954.
53-3398/3403		Lockheed RC-121D
				MSN 1049A-4372/4377.  Model 1049A-55-86
				Procured through diversion from Navy contracts
					for WV-2.  Redesignated EC-121D in 1962.
				3402,3403 converted to EC-121H.
				3398,3401 converted to EC-121T.
53-3404/3460		Cancelled contract
53-3461/3494		Convair T-29C
				MSN 415/448.  MASDC transfers and dates from www.amarcexperience.com
				3461 (MSN 415) to MASDC as 6T005 Feb 28, 1975, to TB0315 Mar 30, 1981.  Transferred to 
					US Navy as 533461.  Disposed of in 2001.
				3462 (MSN 416) to MASDC as TB087 Dec 17, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Dec 13, 1977, broken up
				3463 (MSN 417) to MASDC as TB042 Sep 10, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Dec 13, 1977, broken up
				3464 (MSN 418) to MASDC as TB054 Oct 21, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Jul 26, 1978, broken up
				3465 (MSN 419) to MASDC as TB055 Oct 21, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Jul 27, 1977, broken up
				3466 (MSN 420) to MASDC as TB056 Oct 21, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Nov 30, 1977, broken up
				3467 (MSN 421) to MASDC as TB057 Oct 21, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Dec 13, 1977, broken up
				3468 (MSN 422) converted to VT-29C. To MASDC May 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Sep 27, 1978.
				3469 (MSN 423) to MASDC as TB101 Jan 7, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Oct 26, 1977.
				3470 (MSN 424) to MASDC May 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Aug 24, 1978
				3471 (MSN 425) to MASDC as TB086 Dec 17, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Dec 13, 1974, broken up
				3472 (MSN 426) to MASDC as TB085 Dec 17, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Aug 10, 1979, broken up
				3473 (MSN 427) to MASDC as TB143 Jan 31, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Aug 27, 1978, broken up
				3474 (MSN 428) to MASDC as TB058 Oct 21, 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Jun 28, 1979, broken up
				3475 (MSN 429) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB093 Dec 20, 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Oct 27, 1977, broken up
				3476 (MSN 430) to MASDC as TB045 Oct 9, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft sales Jun 14, 1979.  Broken up in 1986
				3477 (MSN 431) to MASDC as 6T004 Feb 14, 1975, to TB0316 Mar 30, 1981.  Transferred to 
					US Navy as 532477.   Disposed of in 2001.
				3478 (MSN 432) to MASDC as TB168 Mar 7, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales May 15, 1979
				3479 (MSN 433) to MASDC as TB171 Mar 7, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Jun 13, 1979.
				3480 (MSN 434) to MASDC as TB049 Oct 11, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales May 18, 1979, broken up
				3481 (MSN 435) to MASDC May 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Feb 4, 1980
				3482 (MSN 436) to MASDC as TB059 Oct 21, 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Feb 27, 1980, broken up
				3483 (MSN 437) to MASDC May 16, 1975
				3484 (MSN 438) to MASDC as TB100 Jan 7, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Aug 27, 1978, broken up
				3485 (MSN 439) WFU and stored 1973
				3486 (MSN 440) to MASDC May 1975.  To civil registry as N87982
				3487 (MSN 441) to MASDC as TB066 Nov 22, 1974
				3488 (MSN 442) to MASDC as TB965 Nov 22, 1974
				3489 (MSN 443) on display at Randolph AFB, Texas in 1997
				3490 (MSN 444) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB123 Jan 20, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 20, 1979, broken up
				3491 (MSN 445) to MASDC as TB076 Dec 12, 1974.
				3492 (MSN 446) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB079 Dec 13, 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Aug 8, 1979, 
					broken up
				3493 (MSN 447) converted to VT-29C.  To MASDC as TB186 Apr 2, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp 
					Jan 4, 1979.
				3494 (MSN 448) WFU and stored 1973
53-3495/3546		Convair T-29D
				MSN 449/500 (Air-Britain gives these as 52-41/92)  MASDC transfers and dates from www.amarcexperience.com
				3495 (MSN 52-41) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 30, 1979
				3496 (MSN 52-42) to MASDC Feb 1975.  To CP-1433
				3497 (MSN 52-43) to MASDC 
				3498 (MSN 52-44) to MASDC.  Broken up
				3499 (MSN 52-45) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Jan 4, 1979
				3500 (MSN 52-46) to MASDC as TB017 May 17, 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Jan 22, 1979
				3501 (MSN 52-47) to MSASDC 1973
				3502 (MSN 52-48) converted to ET-29D for calibration duties with FAA.  To MASDC as TB016 May 17, 1974.
					To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Oct 4, 1978.
				3503 (MSN 52-49) converted to ET-29D for calibration duties with FAA.  To MASDC as TB018 May 17 1974.
					To Southwestern Alloys Corp Jan 22, 1979.  Broken up
				3504 (MSN 52-50) converted to ET-29D for calibration duties with FAA.  To MASDC as TB019 May 17, 1974.
					To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Sep 28, 1978.  Broken up
				3505 (MSN 52-51) converted to ET-29D for calibration duties with FAA.  To MASDC as TB026 May 4, 1974.
					To Allied Aircraft Sales Sep 28, 1978, broken up
				3506 (MSN 52-52) converted to ET-29D for calibration duties with FAA.  To MASDC as TB021 May 4, 1974.
					To Southwestern Alloys Corp Dec 15, 1978, broken up
				3507 (MSN 52-53) converted to ET-29D for calibration duties with FAA.  To MASDC as TB022 May 4, 1974.
					To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Oct 4, 1978, broken up
				3508 (MSN 52-54) converted to ET-29D for calibration duties with FAA.  To MASDC as TB023 May 4, 1974.
					To Southwestern Alloys Corp Jan 22, 1979, broken up.
				3509 (MSN 52-55) to MASDC Jun 1975  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Feb 6, 1980.  Broken up
				3510 (MSN 52-56) converted to ET-29D for calibration duties with FAA.  To MASDC as TB024 May 4, 1974.
					To Southwestern Alloys Corp Sep 28, 1978, broken up
				3511 (MSN 52-57) to MASDC as TB020 May 17, 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Oct 4, 1978, broken up
				3512 (MSN 52-58) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC
				3513 (MSN 52-59) converted to ET-29D for calibration duties with FAA.  To MASDC as TB015 May 17, 1974.
					To Southwestern Alloys Corp Oct 4, 1978, broken up
				3514 (MSN 52-60) converted to ET-29D for calibration duties with FAA.  To MASDC as TB025 May 4, 1974.
					To Southwestern Alloys Corp Dec 15, 1978, broken up
				3515 (MSN 52-61) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC May 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Aug 9, 1979,
					broken up
				3516 (MSN 52-62) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC Mar 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Aug 10, 197,
					broken up
				3517 (MSN 52-63) to MASDC as TB218 May 8, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Aug 10, 1979.  Broken up
				3518 (MSN 52-64) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC Apr 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc
					Aug 7, 1979
				3519 (MSN 52-65) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC May 1975.  To CP-1507 May 21, 1979.  
					WFU Nov 1984
				3520 (MSN 52-66) to MASDC as TB099 Jan 6, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Cor Oct 26, 1977, broken up.
				3521 (MSN 52-67) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To CP-1331 of Frigorificos Reyes
				3522 (MSN 52-68) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC Apr 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp
					Jun 30, 1980
				3523 (MSN 52-69) to MASDC May 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 20, 1979
				3524 (MSN 52-70) to MASDC Mar 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Sep 22, 1978.  To civil
					registry as N9016N
				3525 (MSN 52-71) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC Jun 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc
					Aug 7, 1979
				3526 (MSN 52-72) to MASDC May 19, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 20, 1979
				3527 (MSN 52-73) to MASDC May 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 23, 1979
				3528 (MSN 52-74) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Aug 8, 1979, broken up
				3529 (MSN 52-75) to MASDC as TB142 Jan 31, 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Oct 27, 1977, broken up
				3530 (MSN 52-76) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Jan 22, 1979
				3531 (MSN 52-77) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To Drug Enforcement Agency Mar 17, 1976.
					To civil registry as N37695 Dec 10, 1989
				3532 (MSN 52-78) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Jan 22, 1979.
				3533 (MSN 52-79) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC May 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc
					May 17, 1979.
				3534 (MSN 52-80) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC Jun 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc
					May 27, 1979
				3535 (MSN 52-81) to MASDC Apr 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Oct 26, 1977
				3536 (MSN 52-82) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC
				3537 (MSN 52-83) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC Dec 1974.  To civil registry as N1021B Mar 1979
					then N450GA Jun 1984
				3538 (MSN 52-84) converted to VT-29D.  To MASDC Mar 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp
					Feb 26, 1980.  Broken up
				3539 (MSN 52-85) to MASDC Dec 1974.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Mar 22, 1979, broken up
				3540 (MSN 52-86) to MASDC Dec 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc May 18, 1979, broken up
				3541 (MSN 52-87) to MASDC Jun 1975.  To Southwestern Alloyhs Corp Oct 4, 1979.
					To civil registry as N142JR in 1980
				3542 (MSN 52-88) to MASDC
				3543 (MSN 52-89) to MASDC Dec 1974.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc Aug 8, 1979, broken up
				3544 (MSN 52-90) stored 1973
				3545 (MSN 52-91) to MASDC Feb 1975.  To Southwestern Alloys Corp Jun 28, 1979 
				3546 (MSN 52-92) to MASDC.  Noted Dec 1988 at Tucson, AZ modified at "tri-jet" in
					"Las Vegas Express" colors for film use
53-3547/3653		Cancelled contract
53-3654/3674		Bell H-13G-BF Sioux 
				3654/3666 MSN 1168/1180
				3667/3674 MSN 1205/1212.
				Redesignated OH-13G in 1962
				3657 to MASDC as XF082 Mar 5, 1972.
				3669 to MASDC as XF042 Nov 1, 1971.
53-3675/3710		North American F-86D-60-NA Sabre
				MSN 201-516/551.  Most converted to F-86L
				3682 on display at Mill Valley, Santa Cruz, California
				3683 (F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-16/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
				3693 on display at Breckenridge, Texas
53-3711/3737		de Havilland Canada L-20A Beaver 
				Redesignated U-6A in 1962.  For US Army
				3711 (MSN 664/1397) delivered Jun 1954.
				3712 (MSN 665/1398) delivered Jun 15, 1954.  to MASDC as UD043 Sep 5, 1973.  Registered as N67111 registered
					to Civil Air Patrol.  Registered N211LB Aug 1987, cancelled Sep 8, 1995 on export to South Africa.  ZS-NVC
					registered Sep 4, 1995.  To civil registry as VH-AWR 
				3713 (MSN 666/1399) delivered Jun 1954
				3714 (MSN 667/1400) delivered Jun 28, 1954.  to civil registry as N5221G
				3715 (MSN 668/1401)
				3716 (MSN 670/1403) delivered Jul 5, 1954.
				3717 (MSN 671/1404) delivered Jun 1954.  To MASDC Mar 6, 1972 to Feb 6, 1976.  Registered as N67682 in 1978, current.
				3718 (MSN 672/1405) delivered Jul 12, 1954.  To N90409, N613WB, current
				3719 (MSN 673/1406) delivered Jul 5, 1954. 
				3720 (MSN 676/1409) delivered Jul 14, 1954.  Registered to Lake County Disaster Service as N61LC, cancelled
					May 1983.  To C-GURG, cancelled Jul 25, 1989 on export to USA.  To civil registry as N1053 Aug 30, 1989, 
					current.
				3721 (MSN 678/1411) delivered Jul 12, 1954.  To N9022.  N30026 Jun 14, 1978, cancelled Jul 25, 1980.
					To C-GLBH, cancelled Oct 20, 2003.
				3722 (MSN 679/1412) delivered Jul 14, 1954.  Registered N3010F to US Drug Enforcement Administration.  Operated
					in Mexico.  Crashed May 14, 1976 at Barranca de chila, Municipio de San Miguel Totolapan, Estado de Guerrero, 
					near Acapulco.  Pilot and 2 passengers killed.
				3723 (MSN 680/1413) delivered Jul 1954.
				3724 (MSN 681/1414) delivered Jul 16, 1954.  (RU-6A) destroyed in midair collision with VNAF UH-1H
					SE of Can Tho, VietNam Nov 24, 1970.  Both aircraft were
					destroyed.  All 3 on the RU-6A and 13 aboard the UH-1H were killed.
				3725 (MSN 682/1415) delivered Jul 26, 1954.  To civil registry as C-GQHT.  Crashed May 18, 2004 at Fawcett Lake,
					90 mi N of Sioux Lookout, Ontario.  Being rebuilt
				3726 (MSN 684/1417) delivered Jul 1954.  Registered Apr 13, 1979 as N1018F with Kenmore Air.  Cancelled Mar 22, 2000
				3727 (MSN 685/1418) delivered Jul 30, 1954
				3728 (MSN 686/1419) delivered Jul 1954
				3729 (MSN 687/1420) delivered Jul 26, 1954.  To civil registry as N74157, C-FRUY
				3730 (MSN 688/1421) delivered Aug 1954.
				3731 (MSN 689/1422) delivered Aug 24, 1954.  Modified to RU-6A, operated in Vietnam
				3732 (MSN 690/1423) delivered Sep 1, 1954.  To civil registry as N11015, N110AW
				3733 (MSN 691/1424) delivered Aug 31, 1954
				3734 (MSN 692/1425) delivered Aug 1954
				3735 (MSN 693/1426) delivered Aug 27, 1954.
				3736 (MSN 694/1427) delivered Aug 27, 1954.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1972 to FEb 27, 1976.  To civil registry as N68080
				3737 (MSN 695/1428) delivered Sep 7, 1954
53-3738/3784		Piper L-21B Super Cub
				MSN 18-2738/2784.  Sold to Japan Hoantai, later to Rikujo Hietai (Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force, JGSDF)
				3738 (MSN 18-2738) To Japan Hoantai as H-1001 / 53-3738, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12001.
				3739 (MSN 18-2739) To Japan Hoantai as H-1003 / 53-3739, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12003. To JA3271.
				3740 (MSN 18-2740) To Japan Hoantai as H-1004 / 53-3740, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12004.
				3742 (MSN 18-2742) To Japan Hoantai as H-1026 / 53-3742, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12026.
				3745 (MSN 18-2745) To Japan Hoantai as H-1007 / 53-3745, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12007.
				3751 (MSN 18-2751) To Japan Hoantai as H-1014 / 53-3751, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12014.
				3756 (MSN 18-2756) To Japan Hoantai as H-1016 / 53-3756, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12016. To JA3272.
				3757 (MSN 18-2757) To Japan Hoantai as H-1017 / 53-3757, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12017.
				3758 (MSN 18-2758) To Japan Hoantai as H-1018 / 53-3758, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12018.
				3759 (MSN 18-2759) To Japan Hoantai as H-1019 / 53-3759, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12019.
				3761 (MSN 18-2761) To Japan Hoantai as H-1020 / 53-3761, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12020. To JA3273.
				3763 (MSN 18-2763) To Japan Hoantai as H-1022 / 53-3763, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12022. To JA3275.
				3764 (MSN 18-2764) To Japan Hoantai as H-1023 / 53-3764, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12023.
				3765 (MSN 18-2765) To Japan Hoantai as H-1024 / 53-3765, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12024. To JA3276.
				3766 (MSN 18-2766) To Japan Hoantai as H-1025 / 53-3766, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12025.
				3768 (MSN 18-2768) To Japan Hoantai as H-1027 / 53-3768, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12027. To JA3277.
				3769 (MSN 18-2769) To Japan Hoantai as H-1028 / 53-3769, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12028.
				3770 (MSN 18-2770) To Japan Hoantai as H-1029 / 53-3770, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12029. To JA3278.
				3771 (MSN 18-2771) To Japan Hoantai as H-1030 / 53-3771, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12030.
				3772 (MSN 18-2772) To Japan Hoantai as H-1031 / 53-3772, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12031. To JA3279.
				3773 (MSN 18-2773) To Japan Hoantai as H-1032 / 53-3773, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12032.  Now  on permanent display at Tokorozawa Aviation Museum near Tokyo
				3781 (MSN 18-2781) To Japan Hoantai as H-1002 / 53-3781, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12002.
				3783 (MSN 18-2783) To Japan Hoantai as H-1035 / 53-3783, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12035.
53-3785/3814		Bell H-13G-BF Sioux.
				3785/3804 MSN 1223/1242
				3805/3814 MSN 1253/1262
				Redesignated OH-13G in 1962.
				3805 (MSN 1253) to Uruguyan AF as BR-001
53-3815/3816		Boeing KC-97G Stratofreighter
				MSN 17148,17149.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3815 converted to C-97G. To MASDC 
				3816 to MASDC Dec 17, 1965.  Returned to service Mar 26, 1970.
					Converted to KC-97L.  On Mexican civil registry as XA-PII operated by AeroPacifico Inc
					under contract for Bimbo Bread Corp.  Was sitting in unflyable condition at Tucson IAP.  
					Purchased by Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation to provice spares for 52-2718 N117GA.
					After useful parts are removed, the remainder will be scrapped.
53-3817/3824		Boeing KC-97G Stratofreighter
				Contract cancelled.  Were MSN 17150/17157
53-3825/3858		Martin B-57C-MA
				For a time, were designated TB-57C.
				3825 w/o 6/11/55.
				3826 converted to WB-57C.  Crashed into sea off Lorne, Australia Oct 16, 1962.  Both crew killed.
				3827 to MASDC as BM029 Nov 10, 1969.
				3828 to MASDC as BM028 Nov 10, 1969.
				3829 w/o 3/26/57 Wendover AFB.
				3830 w/o 3/20/58 Buena Vista, VA.
				3831 converted to RB-57C.  To MASDC as BM139 Dec 15, 1981.
				3832 converted to WB-57C, later to RB-57C  
				3833 (8th TBS, 405th FW) hit by gbround fire 25 mi N of DMC, Qnang Binh Province, North Vietnam Apr 17, 1966.
					Crew ejected and were rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3834 to Pakistan.  w/o 3/2/60.
				3835 delivered to USAF Jun 7, 1956.  To 461st BW, Hill AFB, Utah Jun 1956.  To 461st BW, Blytheville AFB,
					Arkansas Nov 1956.  To 4600th Air Base Wing Peterson AFB, Colorado Jan 1958.
					(4600th Air Base Wing) crashed near Otis AFB, Massachusetts Aug 29, 1961.  Pilot killed.
				3836 w/o 6/4/64 near Clark AB.
				3837 converted to WB-57C.  With 58th WRS, crashed Sep 17, 1963.  Both crew killed.
				3838 w/o 8/1/66 in landing accident at Cupi Point, PI.
				3839 converted to WB-57C.  w/o 4/15/70.
				3840 converted to EB-57C.  To MASDC as BM136 Dec 3, 1981.  Nose noted in scrapyard 
					near AMARC 8/28/2000
				3841 may have been converted to RB-57C.  Was on pylon at Little Rock, AK painted as 53-0521.  Put back on display
					at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas and correctly marked.
				3842 converted to WB-57C, perhaps later to RB-57C.  in mid-air collision with Cessna 9/25/71.  Flyable, retired to 
					MASDC as BM087 Jan 9, 1974.
				3843 w/o 1/4/56, Robins AFB.
				3846 to Pakistan 1959.  Seen on Karachi scrap dump 2007.
				3847 w/o 10/2/55, Yuma.
				3848 w/o 9/12/57, Andrews AFB.
				3849 to MASDC as BM075 Aug 14, 1972.
				3850 converted to WB-57C.  To MASDC as BM086 Jan 8, 1974.
				3851 converted to WB-57C.  to MASDC as BM071 Jul 10, 1972.
				3852 w/o 3/14/57 in France
				3853 w/o 1/25/58, Andrews AFB.
				3854 to MASDC as BM072 Jul 21, 1972.
				3855 w/o 5/7/58.
				3856 to MASDC as BM140 Dec 15, 1981.
				3857 converted to TB-57C.  To MASDC as BM077 Oct 13, 1972.
				3858 crashed on Ship Shole island bombing range near Langley AFB, VA
					May 8, 1956.  Both crew killed.
53-3859/3935		Martin B-57B-MA
				3859 converted to EB-57B.  Shot down by ground fire 15 mi SW of Tan Son Nhut, South Vietnam with 13th TBS,
					35 th TFW.  Both crew ejected, Navigator was rescued, but pilot was KIA
				3860 converted to RB-57B and later to B-57G.  Project ‘Tropic Moon III’, modified to RB-57G for night interdiction.  
					To MASDC as BM100 Mar 13, 1974.
				3862 (8th TBNS, 35th TFW) lost in combat over Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam due to unknown cause Jun 3, 1967.  Both crew KIA
				3864 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13287.
				3865 converted to B-57G.  Project ‘Tropic Moon III’, modified to RB-57G for night interdiction.   To MASDC as BM089 Feb 7, 1974.
				3866 w/o 11/9/55.
				3867 lost in ground explosion at Bien Hoa
					AB May 16, 1965.
				3868 w/o 7/19/57, Japan.
				3870 (23th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by ground fire Aug 6, 1964 Sang Dong Nai River, Long Khan Province, South
					Vietnam.  Both crew KIA.
				3871 lost in ground explosion at Bien Hoa AB May 16, 1965.
				3872 w/o 12/16/55, Luke AFB.
				3873 lost in ground explosion at Bien Hoa AB May 16, 1965.
				3874 w/o 7/12/55, Glenn L. Martin.
				3875 w/o 9/13/56, Japan.
				3876 (13t TBS, 405th FW) exploded on takeoff Jan 11, 1966 at Da Nang.  Both crew killed.
				3877 converted to B-57G. Project ‘Tropic Moon III’, modified to RB-57G for night interdiction.  To MASDC as BM090 Feb 7, 1974
				3878 converted to B-57G.  Project ‘Tropic Moon III’, modified to RB-57G for night interdiction.  To MASDC as BM099 Mar 13, 1974.
				3879 to MASDC as BM022 Oct 15, 1969.
				3880 (8th TBS) lost in combat Apr 7, 1965 over Laos.  Wreckage and remains of 2 crewmen recovered in 2004.
				3881 w/o 6/23/61, Japan.
				3882 (13th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by ground fire W of Can Tho City, South Vietnam Jun 8, 1965.
					Both crew ejected and were rescued by Army helicopter.
				3883 w/o 11/7/57, Japan.
				3884 (13th TBS, 405th FW) collided with B-57B 53-3877 on runway while landing in bad weather at Bien Hoa,
					South Vietnam.  Both crews survived, but 53-3884 DBR.
				3885 to Pakistan 1959.
				3886 converted to B-57G.  Project ‘Tropic Moon III’, modified to RB-57G for night interdiction. w/o. 1972.
				3887 w/o 7/25/58, Japan
				3888 (8th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by AAA over DMZ on South Vietnam side Oct 6, 1966.  Crew ejected, one rescued, the other
					became POW.
				3889 converted to B-57G.  Project ‘Tropic Moon III’, modified to RB-57G for night interdiction.  To MASDC as BM091 Feb 7, 1974.
				3890 lost in combat 3/11/65 when dropped 500 lb GPs low instead of napalm and was
					caught in bomb blast near Contum.
				3891 (MSN 230) to Pakistan AF in 1959.  W/o Sep 14, 1965.
				3892 destroyed in mortar attack on Bien Hoa AB, 11/1/64.
				3893 lost in ground explosion at Bien Hoa AB May 16, 1965.
				3894 destroyed in mortar attack on Bien Hoa AB, 11/1/64.
				3895 lost in combat 6/29/65 upon wing fire and explosion near Tan Son Nhut.
				3896 w/o 10/25/56, Japan
				3897 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13296.
				3898 converted to B-57G in 1969. Project ‘Tropic Moon III’, modified to RB-57G for night interdiction. To MASDC as BM092 Feb 7, 1974.
				3900 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13297.
				3901 w/o 10/20/57, Japan.
				3903 (13th TBS, 405th FW) suffered engine failure and crashed into water off Da Nang, South Vietnam Jan 16, 1966.  
					Both crew ejected and were rescued.
				3904 lost in ground explosion at Bien Hoa AB May 16, 1965.
				3905 converted to B-57G in 1968. Project ‘Tropic Moon III’, modified to RB-57G for night interdiction.   
					W/o Dec 16, 1969 during test flight at Glenn L. Martin company.  Pilot killed.
				3906 converted to B-57G in 1969. Project ‘Tropic Moon III’, modified to RB-57G for night interdiction.   Used to test 
					a gimbal-mounted downward-firing M61A1 machine gun turret mounted under
					the bomb bay.  To MASDC as BM093 Feb 7, 1974.	
				3907 w/o 6/3/59, Japan
				3908 (8th TBS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire near Hao Chu Hi Mountain, South Vietnam Jun 8, 1967.  
					Both crew KIA.
				3909 w/o 5/26/58, Langley AFB, VA.
				3910 (8th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by AAA Jun 19, 1965 during night flare mission over North Vietnam.
				3913 lost in ground explosion at Bien Hoa AB May 16, 1965.
				3914 destroyed in mortar attack on Bien Hoa AB, 11/1/64.
				3915 lost in ground explosion at Bien Hoa AB May 16, 1965.
				3916 w/o 5/12/57 in ferry flight.
				3918 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13295.
				3919 (8th TBS, 405th FW) damaged by AAA over South Vietnam Aug 6, 1965 but was able to fly out to Sea of Japan
					where crew ejected and were rescued by helicopter.  However, the pilotless aircraft turned back to Nha Trang
					and crashed in the heart of the city, king 14 and injuring 75.
				3920 converted to RB-57B.  With 8th TBS, 405th FW) hit by ground fire 80 mi W of Qui Nhon, Binh Dinh Province,
					South Vietnam Oct 20, 1965.  Crew ejected and were rescued by helicopter. 
				3921 w/o 10/1/59, Stewart AFB.
				3923 w/o 5/14/57, A. P. Hill.
				3924 destroyed in mortar attack on Bien Hoa AB, 11/1/64.
				3925 w/o 4/14/65 in mid-air collision with 3926	over Da Nang during formation aerobatics.
				3926 w/o 4/14/65 in mid-air collision with 3925	over Da Nang during formation aerobatics.
				3927 w/o 12/14/57 when bomb bay door fell off.
				3928 converted to B-57G. Project ‘Tropic Moon III’, modified to RB-57G for night interdiction. To MASDC as BM098 Mar 13, 1974.
				3929 converted to B-57G.  Project ‘Tropic Moon III’, modified to RB-57G for night interdiction.  To MASDC as BM094 Feb 7, 1974.
				3930 lost in ground explosion at Bien Hoa AB May 16, 1965.
				3931 converted to B-57G in 1969. Project ‘Tropic Moon III’, modified to RB-57G for night interdiction.   
					Lost Dec 12, 1970 in collision with O-2A 67-21428 at night over Ban Vangthong, 
					Vientaine Province, Laos.  Crew rescued by USAF helicopter.  2 crew in O-2A were killed.
				3932 w/o 8/24/59, Japan
				3935 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13294
53-3936			Martin B-57C
				w/o 4/30/57 at Langley AFB in mid-air collision.
53-3937/3939		Martin B-57B
				3937 lost in ground explosion at Bien Hoa
					AB May 16, 1965.
				3938,3939 sold to Pakistan in 1959.  3939 was on loan to Autonetics Corp
					at the time it was transferred to Pakistan.
53-3940			Martin B-57C
				MSN 293.  to MASDC in 1972
53-3941/3943		Martin B-57B
				All sold to Pakistan in 1959.
53-3944			Martin B-57C
				Converted to WB-57C and later to RB-57C.  To MASDC as BM085 Aug 26, 19721972.
53-3945/3947		Martin B-57B
				All sold to Pakistan in 1959.
				3947 (MSN 300) preserved at Masroor AB, Pakiston Oct 2002.
53-3948			Martin B-57C
				To Pakistan AF
53-3949/3962		Martin B-57B
				3949/3952,3954/3961 sold to Pakistan.
				3953 w/o 3/21/60.
				3957 displayed as 53-11957 in Pakistan AF Museum, Sharea-Faisal Air Base, Karachi Mar 2007.
				3961 (MSN 314) w/o with Pakistan AF Sep 11, 1965.
				3962 w/o 6/25/58, Langley AFB.
53-3963			Martin RB-57D-1-MA
				Retired to MASDC.
53-3964/3969		Martin RB-57D-2-MA
				3964 to MASDC Apr 9, 1964, returned to servce after conversion to EB-57D.
					To MASDC as BM043 Nov 5, 1970.	
				3965 converted to EB-57D.  To MASDC as BM042 Nov 5, 1970
				3966 converted to EB-57D.  To MASDC in 1972.
				3967 converted to EB-57D.  To MASDC as BM040 Sep 1, 1970.
				3968 converted to EB-57D.  To MASDC in 1972.
				3969 converted to EB-57D.  To MASDC as BM039 Sep 2, 1970.
53-3970/3976		Martin RB-57D
				3970 was equipped for midair refueling.  Rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13502
				3971 was equipped for midair refueling.  To MASDC in 1961 for use as spares.
				3972 was equipped for midair refuelling.  Rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13500
				3973 was equipped for midair refuelling.  Converted to WB-57D.
					It was reported in late autumn of 1958 the
					pilot made a full-fuel landing during an
					emergency immediately after takeoff at Laughlin AFB,
					Texas, but when right main landing gear hit the runway 
					the wing separated at the engine root.  Pilot OK.  Plane must have
					been repaired.  Redesignated NRB-57D when used in a research 
					program at Wright Patterson AFB, OH.
					W/o Jan 4, 1964 when wings failed near
					Dayton, OH and plane came down in a schoolyard at Dayton, 
					OH.  This crash forced the grounding of the entire W/RB-57D
					Fleet.  There is a photo of this plane lying on its back in a schoolyard at
					Dayton after the 1964 crash.
				3974 was equipped for midair refuelling.  Rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13503
				3975 was equipped for midair refuelling.  Rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13501
				3976 was equipped for midair refuelling.  (no data)
				3977 had no midair refuelling capability.  Converted to WB-57D, later to EB-57D.  To MASDC as
					BM038 Jul 30, 1970
				3978 had no midair refuelling capability.  To ROCAF 4th Squadron.  Shot down by
					PLA SA-2 near Beijing, China Oct 7, 1959.  Pilot killed.
				3979 had no midair refuelling capability.  w/o Del Rio 10/2/58.
				3980 had no midair refuelling capability.  Converted to EB-57D.
					To MASDC as BM037 Jul 29, 1970
				3981 had no midair refuelling capability.  sold to Taiwan.
				3982 (MSN 006) had no midair refuelling capability.  Converted to EB-57D.
					To MASDC as BM143 Jun 18, 2002.  On display at Pima Air and Space 
					Museum, Tucson, AZ.  Noted Jul 2005 at WPAFB, OH.
53-3983/4015		Martin B-57A
				Contract cancelled
53-4016/4017		McDonnell XL-25 Convertiplane
				Experimental compound gyroplane developed for a joint research program between the United States Air Force 
					and the United States Army to explore technologies to develop an aircraft that could take off and 
					land like a helicopter but fly at faster airspeeds, similar to a conventional airplane.  Initially 
					designated XL-25 as a liaison aircraft, then XH-35 as a helicopter and finally XV-1 as a vertical lift aircraft.   
					Contract cancelled 1957	
				4016 first tethered flight Feb 15, 1954.  First free flight Jul 14, 1954.  First conversion from helicopter
					flight to conventional flight Apr 29, 1955.  Put on display at Ft. Rucker, AL
				4017 Donated to NASM in 1964.  Noted Dec 2005 at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA
53-4018/4090		North American F-86D-60-NA Sabre
				MSN 201-552/624   Most converted to F-86L 
				4024 (F-86L) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17k-17/06 in 1962.  SOC Jun 28, 1967
				4028 on display at Birmingham, Michigan
				4035 (F-86L) on display at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Texas
				4036 fuselage seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				4040 fuselage seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				4063 (F-86L) on display outside Orange Park, Florida
				4064 to F-86L.  To civil registry as N12400
				4074 was at AirMuseum in Ontario on 1970.  It seems to have been taken
					back by the USAF.
53-4091/4156		Canadian Car and Foundry T-34A Mentor
				Beech T-34A Mentor built under license by Canadian Car and Foundry (CCF).  MSN 34-60/34-125
				4092 (MSN 34-61) to civil registry N32EE.
				4094 (MSN 34-63) to N4981, registered to USAF Aero Club, England AFB, Louisiana.  Cancelled Aug 2, 1974
				4095 (MSN 34-64) to civil registry N4982N.
				4097 (MSN 34-66) to N4190A, cancelled Dec 17, 1964
				4100 (MSN 34-69) to civil registry N134VW. To N134BP Jul 2006, to N334HC, current
				4105 (MSN 34-74) to civil registry as N450L.  Damaged Sep 19, 1971 when stalled during takeoff at
					Monroe, Connecticut.  N450J reserved but NTU.  Registration cancelled Aug 14, 2013 
				4106 (MSN 34-75) to civil registry as N3434G.
				4107 (MSN 34-76) to civil registry as N45GS.
				4108 (MSN 34-7) to Indonesian AF as B-640
				4109 (MSN 34-78) to civil registry as N134DH
				4110 (MSN 34-790 to Indonesian AF as B-641
				4111 (MSN 34-80) to civil registry as N54H.
				4114 (MSN 34-83) to civil registry as N563DP Dec 1989
				4117 (MSN 34-86) to civil registry as N3932A Jul 1975.
				4118 (MSN 34-87) to civil registry N50R Oct 1983.
				4119 (MSN 34-88) to Civil Air Patrol Oct 2, 1964.  To N663DB
				4120 (MSN 34-89) to civil registry N34SZ
				4122 (MSN 34-91) to civil registry N5376G Apr 1981.
				4124 (MSN 34-93) to Indonesian AF as B-643
				4125 (MSN 34-94) to civil registry N6455D Oct 1977
				4126 (MSN 34-95) registered N834G Nov 1997
				4127 (MSN 34-96) to civil registry N9181Z.  Crashed and destroyed Aug 31, 1967 at Juneau, Alaska
				4128 (MSN 34-97) to civil registry N3786G, cancelled Sep 30, 2012
				4129 (MSN 34-98) crashed in Missouri Oct 12, 1955
				4131 (MSN 34-100) to civil registry N7754B Aug 1974, cancelled Sep 6, 2012
				4132 (MSN 34-101) was N34EG, reregistered N342RB Aug 16, 2006, current
				4133 (MSN 34-102) to Civil Air Patrol Oct 13, 1964 as N12271.  Crashed and destroyed in adverse
					weather at Cabool, MO.  Registration cancelled Feb 21, 1974
				4134 (MSN 34-103) to Civil Air Patrol Oct 13, 1964.  To N34HS Nov 1976
				4135 (MSN 34-104) to civil registry as N134, current
				4136 (MSN 34-105) to civil registry as N6483D, cancelled Oct 9, 2012.  To N341JB, current
				4137 (MSN 34-106) to Civil Air Patrol Oct 13, 1964
				4141 (MSN 34-110) to civil registry as N344DB, current.
				4142 (MSN 34-111) to Indonesian AF as B-647
				4146 (MSN 34-115) to N10586.  Crashed and destroyed Oct 16, 1968 in adverse weather at Glencoe, MN.
					Registration cancelled Jul 31, 1975.
				4148 (MSN 34-117) to civil registry as N434JH, current.
				4149 (MSN 34-118) to civil registry as N134LC Nov 1987, current
				4150 (MSN 34-119) to civil registry as N34EM, current.
				4151 (MSN 34-120) to civil registry as N7782C,cancelled Jul 15, 2013.
				4153 (MSN 34-122) to N6193C, cancelled Nov 15, 1977 on export to Canada.  Registered as C-GVLL Nov 25, 1977, current
				4154 (MSN 34-123) to civil registry as N534CB, courrent
				4155 (MSN 34-124) to civil registry as N334A, current
				4156 (MSN 34-125) to civil registry as N7604B, later N4985, current.
53-4157/4206		Beech T-34A Mentor
				MSN G.257/G.306
				4157 to N3986Z
				4160 to Civil Air Patrol as N12274 Oct 13, 1964.  To private owner in 1970.
				4163 to Civil Air Patrol as N12275 Oct 13, 1964.  To private owner
				4164 to N7132C
				4167 to N9082R
				4168 (MSN G.268) to US civil registry as N74033, N33WA.  To Philippine civil registry as RP-C1234.
					Back to US civil regiatry as N34PA
				4169 to N337AR
				4170 to Civil Air Patrol as N12276 Oct 7, 1964. To N4170.
				4174 to N9191R. Crashed at Corpus Christi, TX Mar 19, 1964. Registration cancelled Sep 2009.
				4175 to Civil Air Patrol as N12277 Oct 7, 1964. To N5347W Oct 1990
				4178 to Civil Air Patrol as N12278 Oct 7, 1964.  To N777PP
				4179 to N53ZZ Feb 1984. Owned by March AFB Aero Club.
				4180 to N4000Q.
				4182 to N34DR
				4183 to N34Z
				4185 to N874Z
				4186 (MSN G.286) to Civil Air Patrol as N12279 Oct 7, 1964.  To N638TD Sep 1990
				4187 to Civil Air Patrol as N12280 Oct 13, 1964, registered as N287JT
				4188 to N10155 Apr 1972. The pilot flying drunk, stalled and crashed near Newton Falls, OH Jun 6, 1978. 2 killed.
				4189 to N711RK May 1976.
				4190 to N555ZZ Jan 1990. Owned by March AFB Aero Club.
				4192 to N134LM.
				4193 to Civil Air Patrol as N12281 Oct 13, 1964.  To private owner, still current.
				4194 to N4018J.
				4196 to N7898C Jul 1986.
				4197 to Civil Air Patrol as N12282 Oct 2, 1964.  To N13JG.
				4198 to Civil Air Patrol as N12283 Oct 2, 1964.  To N488JF.
				4199 to Civil Air Patrol as N12284 Oct 13, 1964.  To N45RD.
				4200 to Civil Air Patrol as N12285 Oct 13, 1964.  To N534RB
				4201 to N9043R
				4202 to Civil Air Patrol as N12286 Oct 2, 1964.  To N861
				4203 to Civil Air Patrol as N12287 Oct 2, 1964.  To private owner in 1970. Still current.
				4205 to Civil Air Patrol as N12288 Oct 7 1964.  To N5MT
				4206 to N999SC
53-4207/4244		Boeing B-47E-130-BW Stratojet
				MSN 4501231/4501268.  Some converted to ETB-47E and EB-47L.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				4207 converted to ETB-47E.  To MASDC May 25, 1964.
				4208 (307th BW) crashed on test flight at Lockheed factory in Marietta, Georgia Feb 17, 1959.  Three
					crewmen killed.
				4209 (307th BW) exploded in midair near Ceresco, Nebraska after takeoff from Lincoln AFB, Nebraska Apr 6, 1956.  
					Four crewmen killed.
				4210 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Apr 30, 1964.
				4211 to MASDC Jan 7, 1966
				4212 (44th BW) caught fire on ground at Chennault AFB, Louisiana and burned out Nov 27, 1958.  Two crewmen
					killed.  A nuclear weapon was on board and was destroyed but did not explode.
				4213 on display at Wichita, Kansas airport 1965-1988.  Moved to McConnell AFB, Kansas in 1988.
				4214 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 11, 1964.  
				4215 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 28, 1964. 
				4216 to MASDC Oct 23, 1965
				4217 to MASDC Mar 5, 1965
				4218 (307th BW, Lincoln AFB, NE) was low on fuel and landed on a runway where there was construction going on and
					the aft main gear was ripped off at Des Moines, IA airport Jul 19, 1962.  No injuries.
				4219 to MASDC Feb 26, 1965
				4220 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Apr 15, 1964.  
				4221 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 11, 1964. 
				4222 to MASDC Mar 5, 1965
				4223 to MASDC Mar 9, 1965
				4224 to MASDC Mar 8, 1965
				4225 to MASDC Dec 13, 1965
				4226 (371st BS, 307th BW) crashed on takeoff from Lincoln AFB, Nebraska Mar 7, 1963.  One crewman killed.
				4227 to MASDC Dec 17, 1964
				4228 to MASDC Oct 20, 1965
				4229 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Apr 30, 1964. 
				4230 (307th BW) crashed during touch and gos at RAF Lakenheath, UK Jul 28, 1956.  4 crewmen killed.
				4231 to MASDC Oct 14, 1965
				4232 to MASDC Jan 5, 1966
				4233 to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
				4234 to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
				4235 (307th BW) destroyed on ground by crashing F-80 along with 52-369 at Lincoln AFB, Nebraska Nov 17, 1956.
					Two crew injured in this plane.
				4236 to MASDC Mar 2, 1965
				4237 to MASDC Jan 13, 1966
				4238 to MASDC Mar 12, 1964
				4239 to MASDC Jan 11, 1966
				4240 to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
				4241 to MASDC Jan 25, 1966
				4242 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1964. 
				4243 to MASDC Jan 31, 1966
				4244 (100th BW) stalled and crashed on takeoff at Pease AFB, New Hampshire Jan 4, 1961.  Crew of 4 killed.
53-4245/4264		Boeing RB-47E-45-BW Stratojet
				MSN 4501269/4501288.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				4245 converted to DB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 13, 1961
				4246 converted to DB-47E.  To MASDC Jul 31, 1962
				4247 SOC
				4248 To MASDC Feb 11, 1958.  Converted to QB-47E drone.  Destroyed by BOMARC Aug 18, 1960 
				4249 to MASDC Jun 3, 1960
				4250 converted to QB-47E drone, then to JQB-47E.  SOC 
				4251 to MASDC May 4, 1960
				4252 to MASDC Jun 1, 1960
				4253 to MASDC Sep 25, 1958.  Converted to QB-47E drone.   Destroyed Feb 7, 1962 
				4254 to MASDC Mar 30, 1960
				4255 to MASDC Feb 13, 1958.  Converted to QB-47E drone.  Destroyed Sep 28, 1961
				4256 to MASDC Sep 26, 1958.  Converted to JQB-47E, then to QB-47E drone.  To MASDC Aug 20, 1968.  Salvaged Jan 1970
				4257 converted to JRB-47E, then to NRB-47E.  Currently displayed at Tinker AFB Air Park, Oklahoma.
				4258 to MASDC Feb 17, 1958.  Converted to QB-47E drone.  Destroyed Aug 17, 1961
				4259 to MASDC Sep 24, 1958.  Converted to QB-47E drone.  To reclamation Jul 24, 1961
				4260 converted to JRB-47E, then to NRB-47E.  To MASDC Oct 23, 1961
				4261 converted to JRB-47E, then to NRB-47E.  Crashed on takeoff from Holloman AFB, New Mexico Dec 29, 1965.
					Wreck SOC Jan 27, 1966
				4262 converted to JQB-47E.  Scrapped at MASDC in 1960.
				4263 to MASDC Apr 25, 1958.  Converted to QB-47E drone.  To MASDC Aug 22, 1968.  Salvaged Jan 1970
				4264 converted to QB-47E drone, then to JQB-47E.  SOC
53-4265/4279		Boeing RB-47K-1-BW Stratojet
				MSN 4501289/4501303.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				4265 to MASDC Jun 6, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
				4266 to MASDC Jun 11, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
				4267 to MASDC Jun 11, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
				4268 to MASDC Jun 13, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
				4269 to MASDC Jun 13, 1963.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
				4270 converted to GRB-47K and assigned to Amarillo AFB, Texas as ground trainer.  SOC.
				4271 to MASDC May 6, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
				4272 converted to GRB-47K and assigned to Amarillo AFB, Texas as ground trainer.  SOC.
				4273 to MASDC May 6, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
				4274 to MASDC May 12, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
				4275 to MASDC May 6, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
				4276 to MASDC May 12, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
				4277 to MASDC May 13, 1964.  
				4278 to MASDC May 13, 1964.
				4279 (55th SRW) crashed on takeoff from Forbes AFB, Kansas due to engine failure Sep 27, 1962.  
					Four crewmembers killed.
53-4280/4309		Boeing RB-47H-1-BW Stratojet
				MSN 4501304/4501333.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				4280 to MASDC May 25, 1967
				4281 converted to JRB-47H.  (38th SRS, 55th SRW) shot down Jul 1, 1960 by MiG-19 over White Sea 
					near Kola Peninsula, USSR.  2 killed, 2 taken prisoner.
				4282 to MASDC Mar 28, 1967.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
				4283 (55th SRW) crashed on takeoff at Ellsworth AFB, SD Feb 10, 1957.  Crew killed.
				4284 to MASDC Jun 30, 1967.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
				4285 to MASDC Jul 14, 1965
				4286 to MASDC Sep 15, 1965
				4287 to MASDC Mar 15, 1967.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
				4288 to MASDC Jul 21, 1965.
				4289 to MASDC Oct 20, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
				4290 (343rd SS, 55th SRW) attacked by North Korean fighters Apr 28, 1965 80 miles off Wonsan Harbor, North Korea.  
					Heavily damaged, but was able to return to base and all 6 crew OK.  Return fire from tail cannon may have 
					shot down one of the North Korean fighters.  The RB-47 was so severely damaged that it had to be scrapped.
				4291 converted to ERB-47H.  To MASDC Jan 5, 1967.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
				4292 to MASDC Oct 20, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
				4293 converted to ERB-47J, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Oct 6, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968.
				4294 converted to ERB-47H, then to EB-47L.  To MASDC Mar 31, 1967.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
				4295 to MASDC Jan 5, 1967.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
				4296 (MSN 4501320) retired to storage at MASDC Dec 29, 1967, last USAF B-47 to serve.  In Jul 1968 it had its nose 
					modified by North American Aviation to test F-111 radar.  In 1978 was preserved at US Coast Guard Station, Los Angeles.
					Now at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB. Florida.  
				4297 (55th SRW, 343rd SRS) crashed Nov 12, 1962 off end of runway at MacDill AFB, Florida.  All three crewmen killed.
				4298 to MASDC Aug 11, 1965.
				4299 moved in fall of 1998 from Salinas, Kansas to USAF Museum, Dayton, Ohio and
					underwent restoration.  Noted on display in Eugene Kettering Hall at USAFM May 2003.
				4300 to MASDC Dec 8, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
				4301 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Mar 22, 1967.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
				4302 to MASDC Jun 30, 1967.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
				4303 to MASDC May 25, 1967
				4304 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Nov 17, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 1968.
					Was used by USN, but by 1987 had been retired and was then back at AMARC.
				4305 to MASDC Oct 13, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
				4306 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Aug 25, 1965.
				4307 to MASDC Jul 6, 1965.
				4308 to MASDC Feb 3, 1966.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
				4309 (5th SRW) crashed on approach to Forbes AFB, Kansas Apr 29, 1960 due to attitude indicator failure and 
					spatial disorentiation.  Crew of three killed.
53-4310/4321		Boeing RB-47H Stratojet
				Contract cancelled.  Were MSN 4501334/4501345.  Later built as
					B-47E 53-6193 and 6194.
53-4322/4402		Vertol H-21B Workhorse
				MSN B.72/B.152.  Some converted to SH-21B.
				Redesignated CH-21B and HH-21B in 1962.
				4322 (MSN B.72) to Zaire AF as FG-322
				4323 (MSN B.73) to civil registry as N6793.  Preserved in Berryman Park, Bridgeport, WA
				4324 (MSN B.74) dropped from inventory Oct 1969 for transfer to museum. In 1970 to Pate Museum of Transportation, TX. 
					Pate Museum closed in 2009.  To Vintage Flying Museum, Fort Worth, Texas Jan 2013.
				4326 (MSN B.76) to civil registry as N6792.  Seized during drug raid Sept 1985.  Donated to
					March Field Museum, CA in 1987.  Carries civil registry N6792
				4327 (MSN B.77) to civil registry as N10109.  Now stored at El Dorado Aircraft Supplies
				4328 (MSN B.78) to MASDC as HC022
				4329 (MSN B.79) to civil registry as N6794 in 1971. Now with the Museum of Flight, WA
				4330 (MSN B.80) to Northwest Arkansas WWII Museum
				4334 (MSN B.84) to civil registry as N6796.
				4341 (MSN B.91) to MASDC as HC021
				4343 (MSN B.93) to MASDC
				4345 (MSN B.95) to MASDC 
				4347 (MSN B.97) to MASDC as HC012.  Now at Pueblo Weisbrod Museum, Pueblo, CO.
				4354 (MSN B.104) to MASDC.  To Canadian civil registry as CF-GMO in 1973.  Now at Ozark
					Military Museum, Springdale, AR
				4357 (MSN B.107) to Canadian civil registry as CF-SUU
				4360 (MSN B.110) to MASDC.  To civil registry as N100RD by 1973
				4361 (MSN B.111) to MASDC
				4362 (MSN B.112) on display at Alaska Museum of Transportation and Industry, Wasilla, Alaska
				4364 (MSN B.114) crashed on mountain in Alaska Jun 29, 1969.  Wreck
					is still there.
				4366 (MSN B.116) located at Comex Air Force Museum, Comex, BC, Canada painted in
					RCAF colors with (presumably false) serial 9641.  Registered as N6797 with Museum of Flight Foundation,
					Seattle, Washington Apr 27, 2011
				4367 (MSN B.117) converted to CH-21B.  To civil registry as N4367M.  Now at Mid-Atlantic
					Air Museum, Reading, PA.
				4369 (MSN B.119).  To civil registry as N109RB by 1973.  To Air Museum, Chino, CA 1988.  Noted during 1994
					preserved at Elmendorf AFB, AK.  Now stored at United States Army Aviation Museum, Ozark, AL.  
				4371 (MSN B.121) to civil registry as N100RS
			 	4378 (MSN B.128) to Zaire AF as FG-378.  Disappeared Jun 27, 1965.  Wreck discovered by Zoulou people 
					during 90’. Bodies of the crew MIA were recently found by a Belgian Army mission.
				4379 (MSN B.129) crashed Jul 1961 while on search mission in mountains NW of Denver, Colorado.  Totally destroyed
					by impact damage and subsequent fire.  No injuries among the four crewmembers aboard.  The helicopter marked 
					as 53-4379 at Wings Over The Rockies Air and Space Museum, Denver, CO is actually 55-4218.
				4383 ditched in Atlantic Oocean May 2, 1959 while on resupply mission to Texas Tower 2.  All 8 aboard rescued.
				4384 (MSN B.134) delivered Aug 05, 1956 by Aicraft Carrier LAFAYETTE to French ALAT in France as 8.000.155 and 
					became FR46. After used at GH1 in France, go to Algeria. SOC May 17, 1968 and scrapped at Valence 
					(France) in 1968.
				4385 (MSN B.135) delivered Aug 05, 1956 by Aicraft Carrier LAFAYETTE to French ALAT in France as 8.000.156 and 
					became FR47. After used at GH1 in France, go to Algeria. W/o at El Hamman Aug 11, 1960. 1 KIA. 
				4386 (MSN B.136) delivered to French Navy by aircraft carrier LAFAYETTE as 31F-1 but also FR48 Aug 4, 1956.  
					W/o at Rhoufi Nov 8, 1956.
				4387 (MSN B.137) delivered to French Navy by aircraft carrier LAFAYETTE as 31F-2 Aug 4, 1956, then to ALAT as 
					FR49.  SOC May 17, 1968 and scrapped at Valence (France) in 1968.
				4388 (MSN B.138) delivered to French Navy by aircraft carrier LAFAYETTE as 31F-3 Aug 4, 1956, then to ALAT as
					FR50.  W/o Jun 21, 1963 near Bourges, France
				4389 (MSN B.139) in restoration area at Pima Air and Space Museum Mar 2002.
				4390 (MSN B.140) to MASDC as HC023
				4391 (MSN B.141) purchased from scrap yard by private owner in 1980s
				4394 (MSN B.144) to MASDC
				4396 (MSN B.146) to RCAF.  Later to Canadian civil registry as CF-JJO
				4398 (MSN B.148) delivered by aircraft Carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in Algeria as 8.000.108 Jun 4, 1956 and
					became FR-01.  SOC Apr 22, 1964.  To JASDF as 02-4756.  Now at Hamamatsu Air Base Collection
				4399 (MSN B.149) delivered by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in Algeria as 8.000.109 June 4, 1956.  
					SOC Jan 18, 1967.  To JASDF as 02-4757
				4400 (MSN B.150) delivered by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in Algeria as 8.000.110 in 1956 and
					became FR03.  To French Navy as as 31F-1 in 1958 to replace 4386 (MSN B.136).  SOC May 17, 1968 and
					scrapped at Valence, France in 1968.
				4401 (MSN B.151) delivered Jun 4, 1956 by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in Algeria as 8.000.111
					and became FR-4, AAD in 1957.  SOC May 17, 1968 and scrapped at Valence, France in 1968
				4402 (MSN B.152) delivered Jun 4, 1956 by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in Algeria as 8.000.112 
					and became FR05.  To French Navy as 31F-5 in 1958.  Returned to ALAT in Algeria as 8.000.112 in 1959.  
					SOC May 17, 1968 and scrapped at Valence, France in 1968.
53-4403			Sikorsky XV-2
				Cancelled contract
53-4404/4454		Sikorsky H-19B Chickasaw 
				Redesignated UH-19B, HH-19B in 1962.  MSNs and delivery dates from Helis.com
				4404 (MSN 55736) delivered to USAF Jul 6, 1954
				4405 (MSN 55737) delivered to USAF Jul 8, 1954.  To MASDC May 6, 1965.  To Turkish AF as 53-4405 under MAP
				4406 (MSN 55738) delivered to USAF Jul 8, 1954
				4407 (MSN 55739) delivered to USAF Jul 12, 1954.
				4408 (MSN 55740) delivered to USAF Jul 13, 1945.  To MAP, delivered to French AF as 54-4408 Jul 13, 1955.
					Transferred to French Army Light Aviation as 55408 Feb 18, 1956.  WFU Feb 18, 1972.
				4409 (MSN 55741) delivered to USAF Jul 14, 1954.
				4410 (MSN 55742) delivered to USAF Jul 14, 1954.
				4411 (MSN 55747) delivered to USAF Jul 26, 1954.
				4412 (MSN 55748) delivered to USAF Jul 26, 1954.
				4413 (MSN 55749) delivered to USAF Jul 28, 1954.
				4414 (MSN 55750) delivered to USAF Jul 14, 1954.  To MASDC May 17, 1965.  To RCAF as 9600.
					to civil registry as C-GHKR, cancelled Oc5 28, 1999 on export to USA, then N2300Z Nov 19, 199, currrent
					Has been converted to S-55QT Whisper Jet
				4415 (MSN 55751) delivered to USAF Jul 30, 1954.
				4416 (MSN 55752) delivered to USAF Aug 6, 1954.  Registered N6987C Sep 24, 1970.  Revoked.
				4417 (MSN 55753) delivered to USAF Aug 6, 1954.
				4418 (MSN 55754) delivered to USAF Aug 10, 1954.
				4419 (MSN 55755) delivered to USAF Aug 2, 1954.
				4420 (MSN 55756) delivered to USAF Aug 5, 1954.  To MASDC Feb 23, 1967.  To storage at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ,
					later to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
				4421 (MSN 55760) delivered to USAF Aug 5, 1954.  To MASDC as HB0019 Mar 26 1965.  To Mesa, later to storage\
					at Chandler MAP, AZ.  Moved to storage at Case Grande, Arizona c2007.
				4422 (MSN 55761) delivered to USAF Oct 13, 1954.
				4423 (MSN 55762) delivered to USAF Oct 13, 1954.
				4424 (MSN 55763) delivered to USAF Sep 2, 1954.
				4425 (MSN 55764) delivered to USAF Sep 2, 1954.  To Republic of Korea AF as 34425.  Preserved at the War Memorial
					Museum, Seoul, South Korea.
				4426 (MSN 55765) delivered to USAF Sep 2, 1954.  To display at Strategic Air And Space Museum, Ashland Nebraska Dec 29, 1967
				4427 (MSN 55766) delivered to SuAF Sep 2, 1954.
				4428 (MSN 55767) delivered to USAF Sep 2, 1954.
				4429 (MSN 55768) delivered to USAF Sep 2, 1954
				4430 (MSN 55775) delivered to USAF Sep 15, 1954
				4431 (MSN 55776) delivered to USAF Sep 17, 1954
				4432 (MSN 55777) delivered to USAF Oct 6, 1954
				4433 (MSN 55778) delivered to USAF Oct 6, 1954.  Crashed on takeoff in Vietnam Jun 16, 1964.
				4434 (MSN 55779) delivered to USAF Oct 6, 1954.  Put on display in Pate Transportation Museum, Cresson, TX.  This
					museum closed in 2009 and the collection auctioned off.  Current status of helicopter not known.
				4435 (MSN 55780) delivered to USAF Oct 6, 1954
				4436 (MSN 55781) delivered to USAF Oct 6, 1954.  Converted to VH-19B VIP transport.  To MASDC Jul 30, 1965.  
					To Turkish AF under MAP as 53-4436
				4437 (MSN 55782) delivered to USAF Oct 6, 1954
				4438 (MSN 55783) delivered to USAF Oct 6, 1954.  To MASDC Aug 2, 1965.  To Mesa, later to storage at Chandler MAP, AZ.
					Moded to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
				4439 (MSN 55793) delivered to USAF Oct 30, 1954
				4440 (MSN 55794) delivered to USAF Oct 30, 1954.  To MASDC Jun 18, 1967.  to Mesa-Falcon Field, AZ, 
					to Chandler Memorial AP, AZ, later to Vertical Avn Tech, Inc at Sanford MAP, FL
				4441 (MSN 55795) delivered to USAF Oct 30, 1954.  To MASDC Nov 12, 1965.  Returned to service.
					Back to MASDC Jul 9, 1967.  To Mesa-Falcon Field, AZ.  May be the aircraft preserved at Milestone of 
					Flight Museum, Fox Airport, Lancaster, CA 
				4442 (MSN 55796) delivered to USAF Oct 30, 1954
				4443 (MSN 55797) delivered to USAF Nov 3, 1954
				4444 (MSN 55798) delivered to USAF Nov 3, 1954
				4445 (MSN 55799) delivered to USAF Nov 3, 1954
				4446 (MSN 55800) delivered to USAF Nov 6, 1954
				4447 (MSN 55809) delivered to USAF Nov 9, 1954.  To MASDC Jul 9, 1967.  To Mesa-Falcon Field, AZ
				4448 (MSN 55810) delivered to USAF Dec 7, 1954
				4449 (MSN 55811) delivered to USAF Dec 7, 1954
				4450 (MSN 55812) delivered to USAF Dec 7, 1954.  To MASDC Aug 2, 1965.  to Mesa-Falcon Field, AZ.
					Stored at Chandler Memorial Airport, Arizona, moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c 2007.
				4451 (MSN 55813) delivered to USAF Dec 7, 1954.  
				4452 (MSN 55814) delivered to USAF Dec 7, 1954.  To MASDC Feb 23, 1967.  Converted to UH-19B at MASDC.
					Moved to storage at Chandler Memorial, Arizona.  Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
				4453 (MSN 55815) delivered to USAF Dec 7, 1954.  To MASDC Jun 18, 1967.  To Mesa-Falcon Field, AZ
				4454 (MSN 55816) 
53-4455/4464		Sikorsky H-19B Chickasaw
				For MDAP
				4455 (MSN 55826) delivered to USAF Feb 24, 1955
				4456 (MSN 55843) delivered to USAF Feb 24, 1955.  To French AF as 53-4456
				4457 (MSN 55844) delivered to USAF Feb 24, 1955.  To French AF as 53-4457
				4458 (MSN 55845) delivered to USAF Feb 25, 1955.  To French AF as 53-4458.  Noted Jun 2007 in Deutsches Museum, 
					Munich, Germany in USAF colors as 53-4458
				4459 (MSN 55846) delivered to USAF Sep 2, 1954.  To French AF as 53-4459.  To MASDC Jul 9, 1967.  To Republic
					of Korea AF as 34459 Aug 27, 1971. 
				4460 (MSN 55847) delivered to USAF Feb 14, 1955.  To French AF as 53-4460 
				4461 (MSN 55848) delivered to USAF Feb 14, 1955.  To French AF as 53-4461.  To MASDC Jul 9, 1967.  .  
					Registration N16WJ reserved Aug 3, 1993 for Whisper Jet, current.
				4462 (MSN 55856) delivered to USAF Mar 10, 1955.  To French AF as 53-4462.
				4463 (MSN 55857) delivered to USAF Mar 24, 1955.  To French AF as 53-4463
				4464 (MSN 55858) delivered to USAF Mar 29, 1955.  To French AF as 53-4464.
53-4465/4474		Temco T-35A Buckaroo
				MSN 6015/6024.  For MDAP (Saudi Arabia)
				4466 registered N909B and with Swift Museum Foundation, Athens, TN
				4474 noted Apr 27, 2006 at Saqr Al-Jazeera Aviation Museum, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
					painted as 34-470.
53-4475/4554		Sikorsky H-34A Choctaw
				Conversions to H-34B and H-34C.  Redesignated CH-34A/B/C in 1962.
				Others converted to VH-34A.
				4475 (MSN 58015) converted to JH-34A.  Later converted to CH-34C.  To Vietnam.
					To MASDC as HD014 Sep 18, 1969.  To Allied Aircraft Sales
				4476 (MSN 58021) to MASDC as XJ047 Mar 22, 1972.  To Allied Aircraft Sales
				4477 (MSN 58022) to civil registry as N22566.  Now on display at Air Force Flight Test
					Center Museum, Edwards AFB, California
				4478 (MSN 58023)
				4479 (MSN 58028) to MASDC as XJ180 Jun 25, 1973. Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4480 (MSN 58029)
				4481 (MSN 58030)
				4482 (MSN 58031)
				4483 (MSN 58032) to MASDC as XJ105 Jun 14, 1972. Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4484 (MSN 58033) to MASDC as XJ102 Jun 5, 1972, later 3H0246.  To Big Valley California
					Aviation.
				4485 (MSN 58039) 
				4486 (MSN 58040)
				4487 (MSN 58041) to MASDC as XJ130 Aug 30, 1972 
				4488 (MSN 58042) to MASDC as XH130 Aug 30, 1972.  Conflict here with 4487.
				4489 (MSN 58043) to MASDC as XH024 Jan 29, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4490 (MSN 58044) to MASDC as XH123 Aug 28, 1972.  Changed to 3H0247.  To Cannon AFB for
					use as range target.
				4491 (MSN 58045) to MASDC as XJ129 Aug 29, 1973.  Changed to 3H0248.  To Cannon AFB for
					use as range target.
				4492 (MSN 58050) to MASDC as XJ040 Mar 14, 1972.
				4493 (MSN 58051) 
				4494 (MSN 58052) to Vietnam.  To MASDC as HD015 Sep 18, 1969.  To civil registry as N4214P,
					then N581HS, the N4214P.
				4495 (MSN 58053)
				4496 (MSN 58054) to Vietnam.  Preserved at Florence Air and Missile Museum,
					Florence, SC.  Noted Apr 2004 at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC
				4497 (MSN 58055)
				4498 (MSN 58056) to Vietnam AF.
				4499 (MSN 58057) to Vietnam AF.
				4500 (MSN 58058) 
				4501 (MSN 58059)
				4502 (MSN 58060) to MASDC as XJ116 Aug 16, 1972.  Renumbered 3H0249.  To Nellis AFB as
					range target.
				4503 (MSN 58065)
				4504 (MSN 58066)
				4505 (MSN 58067) to civil market as N55AR, then C-GIMO
				4506 (MSN 58068) to MASDC as 3H250 May 23, 1972. Renumbered XJ0099.
				4507 (MSN 58069) to MASDC as XJ136 Oct 10, 1972.
				4508 (MSN 58070)
				4509 (MSN 58071) to MASDC as XJ103 Jun 6, 1972. Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001.
				4510 (MSN 58072)
				4511 (MSN 58073) to Vietnam AF
				4512 (MSN 58074)
				4513 (MSN 58075)
				4514 (MSN 58076)
				4515 (MSN 58077) to MASDC as XJ109 Jul 9, 1972.  To civil registry as N2769P
				4516 (MSN 58078)
				4517 (MSN 58079)
				4518 (MSN 58080)
				4519 (MSN 58081)
				4520 (MSN 58082)
				4521 (MSN 58083) to MASDC as XJ012 Jan 18, 1972. noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4522 (MSN 58084) to Vietnam AF.  To MASDC as HD013 Sep 19, 1969.
				4523 (MSN 58085) to MASDC as XJ084 May 1, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4524 (MSN 58086)
				4525 (MSN 58087)
				4526 (MSN 58088) on display at US Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL.
				4527 (MSN 58089)
				4528 (MSN 58090) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Feb 27, 1970.
				4529 (MSN 58091) to MASDC as XJ146 Nov 27, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4530 (MSN 58092) to MASDC as XJ063 Apr 2, 1972.
				4531 (MSN 58093) crashed Aug 1973.
				4532 (MSN 58094)
				4533 (MSN 58095) to MASDC as XJ015 Jan 18, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4534 (MSN 58096)
				4535 (MSN 58097) crashed Jan 1969
				4536 (MSN 58098) to MASDC as XJ184 Jul 27, 1973.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4537 (MSN 58099) to MASDC as XJ061 Mar 30, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4538 (MSN 58100) to MASDC as XJ073 Apr 15, 1972.  to Doan Helicopter Inc as N502DH.  
					 noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4539 (MSN 58101) 
				4540 (MSN 58102)
				4541 (MSN 58103) to MASDC as XH100 May 31, 1972.
				4542 (MSN 58104)
				4543 (MSN 58105)
				4544 (MSN 58106) at California Army National Guard Museum, San Luis Obispo, CA
				4545 (MSN 58107) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Sep 20, 1969.
				4546 (MSN 58108) to MASDC as XJ149 Nov 27 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4547 (MSN 58109) crashed Aug 1973, displayed at Fort Bliss as 57-6141.
				4548 (MSN 58110) to MASDC as XJ186 Oct 23, 1973.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4549 (MSN 58111) to MASDC as XJ089 May 1, 1972.  (N74CH) noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4550 (MSN 58112) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Jul 14, 1969.  With Chicago Helicopter Airways, St. Charles
					IL as N74CH
				4551 (MSN 58113)
				4552 (MSN 58114) to MASDC as XJ115 Aug 2, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4553 (MSN 58115)
				4554 (MSN 58116) to MASDC as XJ014 Jan 18, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
53-4555/4614		North American T-6G Texan
				MSN 197-51/110.  Remanufactured from earlier AT-6 aircraft.
				4576,4586,4587,4597,4599 converted to LT-6G.
				4555 (MSN 197-51)  preserved at Kulis ANG Base, Anchorage in April 1992.
				4556 (199th FS, Hawaii ANG) crashed at sea 13 NM N of Kaneohe MCAS, Oahu, Hawaii Jul 18, 1955.
					Pilot bailed out OK but rear seat passenger killed.
				4557 (199th FS, Hawaii ANG) pilot and aircraft lost at sea between Oahu and Maui, Hawaii
					Mar 17, 1954.
				4568 (MSN 197-64) to Spanish AF as E.16-201, sold Jul 1984.
					Now airworthy as N153NA.  Saw this one at
				    	Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill. 8-5-95.
				4572 (MSN 197-68) presumably went to French AF as reported derelict
					at La Ferte Alais, Fance Jul 1986.
				4577 (MSN 197-73) became N2831D.  Ran off runway at Heavens Landing private airstrip
					at Clayton, GA Oct 2, 2003.  Pilot (allegedly Chuck Yeater) and passenger were unhurt.
					Aircraft suffered little damage but has been offered for sale.
				4579 (MSN 197-75) to French AF, then became F-AZSR.
				4601 airworthy as N4269E.  Saw this one at
				    Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill. 8-5-95.
				4606 (ANG 122nd FG, 148th FS) failed to recover from spin and crashed 2 mi N of 
					Myerstown, PA Nov 1954.
53-4615/4636		Canadian Car and Foundry T-6J-CCF Harvard 4 
				MSN CCF4-534/555.  For MDAP (West Germany).
				4615 (MSN CCF4-534) to West German AF as AA+054, later BF+054. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1746. W/o Jul 27, 1969
				4616 (MSN CCF4-535) to West German AF as BF+705, later BF+069. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1777. Wfu
				4617 (MSN CCF4-536) to West German AF as AA+677. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1778. Wfu
				4618 (MSN CCF4-537) to West German AF as AA+628, then to D-FABI, then to N73688, then 
					to F-BRGA, then to F-AZFC. Seen Ferte Alais, painted all red.
				4619 (MSN CCF4-538) to West German AF as AA+050, later BF+050.  Transferred to Portuguese AF
					as 1747.  Now with Aircraft Restoration Co at Duxford, UK as G-BGPB in Portuguese
					AF colors
				4620 (MSN CCF4-539) to West German AF as AA+637. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1755. Later to Mozambique AF as 1755
				4621 (MSN CCF4-540) to West German AF as AA+634.  Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1779. Wfu
				4622 (MSN CCF4-541) to West German AF as AA+614, then transferred to Portuguese AF as 1780, then to Mozambique AF.
					Rear fuselage used to replace that of 53-4629, remainder presumably scrapped.
				4623 (MSN CCF4-542) to West German AF as AA+682. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1781. Wfu
				4624 (MSN CCF4-543) to West German AF as AA+690. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1748. Transferred to Mozambique AF as 1748
				4625 (MSN CCF4-544) to West German AF as AA+691. Scrapped
				4626 (MSN CCF4-545) to West German AF as AA+069, later BF+073. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1785. Wfu 
				4627 (MSN CCF4-546) to West German AF as AA+061, later BF+061. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1749. Wfu 
				4628 (MSN CCF4-547) to West German AF as AA+066, later BF+066. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1773. Wfu 
				4629 (MSN CCF4-548) to West German AF as AA+055, later BF+055, then transferred to Portuguese AF as 1741, then to Mozambique AF as 1741.  
					At some time was rebuilt with rear fuselage of 53-4622.  Became G-BSBC Mar 5, 1990,
					Re-registred G-HRVD Dec 1992
				4630 (MSN CCF4-549) to West German AF as AA+684. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1756. Wfu 
				4631 (MSN CCF4-550) to West German AF as AA+635, then to D-FABA, then to N73687 (NTU), then 
					to F-BRGB, then to F-AZAT.  Preserved at Beauvis Museum, France
				4632 (MSN CCF4-551) to West German AF as AA+699. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1786. Wfu 
				4633 (MSN CCF4-552) to West German AF as AA+685. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1787. Wfu 
				4634 (MSN CCF4-553) to West German AF as AA+692. Transferred to Portuguese AF as 1757. Wfu 
				4635 (MSN CCF4-554) to West German AF as AA+687. Scrapped 
				4636 (MSN CCF4-555) to West German AF as AA+689, then transferred to Portuguese AF as 1788,
					then to Mozambique AF as 1788.  Registered G-BSBB Mar 5, 1990, cancelled May 6, 1994.
					Registered N636CB Feb 27, 2004.  Still flying in its Luftwaffe colors.  Seen at Alliance
					Air Show 2011 with reg. N636MG and false code AA+636.
53-4637/4662		Fairchild C-119G Flying Boxcar 
				MDAP for India as IK441/IK466.
				4637 (MSN 11101) to MDAP for India as IK441
				4638 (MSN 11102) to MDAP for India as IK442
				4639 (MSN 11224) to MDAP for India as IK443
				4640 (MSN 11225) to MDAP for India as IK444
				4641 (MSN 11226) to MDAP for India as IK445
				4642 (MSN 11241) to MDAP for India as IK446
				4643 (MSN 11242) to MDAP for India as IK447
				4644 (MSN 11243) to MDAP for India as IK448
				4645 (MSN 11244) to MDAP for India as IK449
				4646 (MSN 11262) to MDAP for India as IK450.  Preserved at IAF Museum, Palam AFB, Delhi.
				4647 (MSN 11263) to MDAP for India as IK451.
				4648 (MSN 11264) to MDAP for India as IK452.
				4649 (MSN 11265) to MDAP for India as IK453
				4650 (MSN 11285) to MDAP for India as IK454
				4651 (MSN 11286) to MDAP for India as IK455
				4652 (MSN 11287) to MDAP for India as IK456
				4653 (MSN 11288) to MDAP for India as IK457
				4654 (MSN 11299) to MDAP for India as IK458
				4655 (MSN 11300) to MDAP for India as IK459.  W/o near Chushul, India Jul 10, 1961.  3
					of 9 onboard killed.   Was on an air maintanance sortie when an engine lost power. 
					A forced landing was carried out on a rivulet in a mountainous area. The aircraft 
					struck a boulder
				4656 (MSN 11301) to MDAP for India as IK460
				4657 (MSN 11302) to MDAP for India as IK461
				4658 (MSN 11309) to MDAP for India as IK462
				4659 (MSN 11310) to MDAP for India as IK463
				4660 (MSN 11311) to MDAP for India as IK464
				4661 (MSN 11312) to MDAP for India as IK465
				4662 (MSN 11313) to MDAP for India as IK466
53-4663/4664		Hiller YH-32 Hornet
				4664 (MSN 3). Noted Fall 2003 at Hiller Aviation Museum, San Carlos, CA.
53-4665/4848		Piper L-18C Super Cub
				MSN 18-3065/3248.  PA-18-95 Super Cub for MDAP
				4665/4679 (MSN 18-3065/18-3079) to Turkish Army Sep 1953
					4665 (MSN 18-3065) to Turkish Army Sep 10, 1953, to Turkish AF as TC-EBF Dec 13, 1973
					4668 (MSN 18-3068, frame number 18-3019) to Turkish Army Sep 10, 1953, to Turkish AF as TC-EBO Dec 14, 1973
					4669 (MSN 18-3069, frame number 18-3014) to Turkish Army Sep 10, 1953, to Turkish AF as TC-EBP Aug 21, 1973
					4672 (MSN 18-3072, frame number 18-3016) to Turkish Army Sep 10, 1953, to Turkish AF as TC-EBR Dec 13, 1973
					4674 (MSN 18-3074, frame number 18-3011) to Turkish Army, then became TC-SHK.  To N380WR, current
					4675 (MSN 18-3075, frame number 18-3020) to Turkish Army sep 14, 1953, to Turkish AF as TC-EBS Dec 14, 1973
				4680 (MSN 18-3080) to Belgian AF as L6, taken on charge Dec 1953.  Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L7.
					Crashed at Arolsen, West Germany May 15, 1959.  SOC Jun 1959
				4681 (MSN 18-3081) to Belgian AF as L7 taken on charge Dec 1953;  Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L7.  Crashed Oct 23, 1958, SOC Nov 1958
				4682 (MSN 18-3082) to Belgian AF as L8 taken on charge Dec 1953; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L8.  Used as instructional 
					airframe at Saffraanberg.  SOC May 1958.
				4683 (MSN 18-3083) to Belgian AF as L9 taken on charge Dec 1953;  Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L9. Used as instructional 
					airframe at Saffraanberg.  SOC Jul 1961.   To D-ELQY Jan 7, 1967, current.
				4684 (MSN 18-3084) To Belgian AF as L10 taken on charge Dec 1953; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1. 1954 as L10. SOC Oct 1960, 
					then became D-ECBE KJan 5, 1962.  Registered G-BLPE Sep 28, 1984, current. 
				4685 (MSN 18-3085) To Belgian AF as L11 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L11.  Used as
					instructional airframe at Saffraanberg.  Re-registered 19673 as OL-L11.  SOC 1970.  To Schaumburger
					Sportflug, Buckeburg Apr 1971 as D-EAEB, current.
				4686 (MSN 18-3086) To Belgian AF as L12 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L12. Crash 
					Brasschaat May 5, 1960,  SOC May 1960. 
				4687 (MSN 18-3087) To Belgian AF as L13 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L13. 
					SOC Oct 1960.  To OO-FER May 8, 1962. Destroyed when a F-104G Starfighter crashed onto a hangar at Gosselies Dec 29, 1964
				4688 (MSN 18-3088) To Belgian AF as L14 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L14, re-registerd
					in 1963 as OL-L14.  SOC Jun 1968.  Became LN-LJJ Aug 28, 1969
				4689 (MSN 18-3089) to Belgian AF as L15 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L15. SOC Oct 1960. 
				4690 (MSN 18-3090) to Belgian AF as L16 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L16. SOC Oct 1960. 
				4691 (MSN 18-3091) to Belgian AF as L17 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L17. 
					Crashed during landing at Brasschaat Oct 20, 1960, SOC Jan 1961. 
				4692 (MSN 18-3092) to Belgian AF as L18 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L18. 
					Mid-air collision with L20 [53-4694] near Mariaburg Jul 19, 1954. [NB: L20 crash date is quoted as Jul 19, 1958]
				4693 (MSN 18-3093) to Belgian AF as L19 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L19. 
					SOC Oct 1960
				4694 (MSN 18-3094) to Belgian AF as L20 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L20. 
					Mid-air collision with L18 [53-4692] near Mariaburg Jul 19, l958. [NB: L18 crash date is quoted as Jul 19, 1954]
				4695 (MSN 18-3095	to Belgian AF as L21 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L21. 
					Collided on ground with L36 [53-4710] at Eduz, West Germany Jan 18, 1962
				4696 (MSN 18-3096) to Belgian AF as L22 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L22. 
					Crashed at Koln-Niehl, West Germany Apr 25, 1957.
				4697 (MSN 18-3097) to Belgian AF as L23 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L23. 
					Re-registered 1963 as OL-L23. SOC Jun 1968. To D-EHCC Jan 8, 1969, cancelled Jul 28, 1971.
				4698 (MSN 18-3098) to Belgian AF as L24 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L24. 
					Re-registered 1963 as OL-L24. Crashed near Lissoir Sep 26, 1967.
				4699 (MSN 18-3099) To Belgian Army as L25 taken on charge Apr 1954. Re-registered 1963 as OL-L25. SOC Jan 1969.  
					Became D-EAUB, then G-BLLO Jul 11, 1984.  Registration cancelled Nov 15, 2000, but
					reinstated Nov 29, 2006
				4700 (MSN 18-3100) to Belgian Army as L26 taken on charge Apr 1954. SOC Oct 1960. 
				4701 (MSN 18-3101) to Belgian Army as L27 taken on charge Apr 1954. Crashed at Vlatten, West Germany Mar 7, 1955. 
				4702 (MSN 18-3102) to Belgian Army as L28 taken on charge Apr 1954. Re-registered 1963 as OL-L25. SOC Nov 1965. 
					To D-EDOQ. Destroyed May 6, 1976
				4703 (MSN 18-3103) to Belgian Army as L29 taken on charge Apr 1954. Re-registered 1963 as OL-L29. SOC Jun 1968. 
					To LN-LJK Aug 25, 1969, current.
				4704 (MSN 18-3104) to Belgian Army as L30, taken on charge Apr 1954, reregistered 1963 as OL-L30.  Then became N9012U.
					Sold to owner in Canada Jul 2008
				4705 (MSN 18-3105) to Belgian Army as L31, taken on charge Apr 1954, reregistered 1963 as OL-L31.  SOC Jun 1968.
					Became LN-LJL Dec 31, 1969, cancelled Feb 20, 1979, then to OH-PEP, current.
				4706 (MSN 18-3106) to Belgian Army as L32, taken on charge Apr 1954, reregistered 1963 as OL-L32, then bevcame OO-GDE
					Jul 15, 1963, current
				4707 (MSN 18-3107) to Belgian Army as L33 taken on charge May 1954. Crashed near Aldenhoven, Aachen, West 
					Germany Jul 11, 1962; lost part of the right wingtip and got into a spin.
				4708 (MSN 18-3108) to Belgian Army as L34 taken on charge May 1954. Crashed near Wahn, West Germany Jun 19, 1957.
				4709 (MSN 18-3109) to Belgian Army as L-35, taken on charge May 1954, re-registered in 1963 as OL-L35.  
					SOC May 1970.  Became LN-BEE May 28, 1971, cancelled May 22, 1975, then to SE-CLF
				4710 (MSN 18-3110) to Belgian AF as L36 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L36. 
					Collided on ground with L21 [53-4695] at Eduz, West Germany Jan 18, 1962.
				4711 (MSN 18-3111) to Belgian AF as L37 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L37. 
					SOC  Oct60, then became PH-WAM Aug 4, 1961, cancelled Nov 28, 1979.  Registered G-CUBB Dec 5, 1979, current.
				4713	 (MSN 18-3113)	To Belgian AF as L39 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L39. Re-reg 1963 as OL-L39. 
					SOC Feb 1968.   To D-ENKC May 1968, wfu Jan 1972. Fuselage used in rebuild of OY-DRY [52-8384].
				4714 (MSN 18-3114) To Belgian AF as L40 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L40. 
				SOC Oct 1960, then became D-ELCU Jan 8, 1965, current
				4715 (MSN 18-3115) to Belgian AF as L41 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L41. 
					SOC Oct 1960.  
				4716 (MSN 18-3116) to Belgian AF as L42 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L41. 
					SOC Oct 1960.  To D-ECBA Feb 1, 1962. Destroyed at Dinslaken, West Germany Nov 10, 1974.
				4717 (MSN 18-3117) to Belgian Army as L43 taken on charge Apr 1954. Crashed Dreve, West Germany Sep 27, 1962.  
				4718 (MSN 18-3118) to Belgian AF as L44 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L44. 
					Re-registered 1963 as OL-L44. SOC Jan 1969.  Became LN-LJI then LN-LJI Oct 22, 1969.  
					To OO-SPQ Jul 27, 1994, current.
				4719 (MSN 18-3119) to Belgian AF as L45 taken on charge Mar54; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L45. 
					Crashed Hemmerde, West Germany Oct 19, 1956. 
				4720 (MSN 18-3120, frame number 18-3088) To Belgian AF as L46 taken on charge Jan 1954; Transferred to Belgian 
					Army Apr 1, 1954 as L46. Re-registered 1963 as OL-L46. SOC Dec 1969.
					Registered as D-EOAB, then LX-AIM in 1972, then G-BLHM Jul 23, 1984, current.
				4721 (MSN 18-3121) to Belgian Army as L47 taken on charge Apr 1954. Crashed Goetsenhoven Apr 4, 1958. SOC Nov 1958
				4722 (MSN 18-3122) to Belgian Army as L48, taken on charge Apr 1954.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L48.  SOC Jun 1968.
					Became LN-LJM Aug 27, 1970, current.
				4723 (MSN 18-3123) to Belgian Army as L49, taken on charge May 1954.  SOC Oct 1960.  Became OO-GDG Jul 17, 1963,
					cancelled Jul 14, 1990, then G-BSHV Jul 5, 1990.  To G-GRIZ Aug 3, 2010, current
				4724 (MSN 18-3124) to Belgian Army as L50 taken on charge May 1954. Crashed Elsenborn Sep 7, 1959
				4725 (MSN 18-3125) To Belgian Army as L51 taken on charge May 1954. Re-reg 1963 as OL-L51. SOC Jun 1968.  
					Became D-EETU Jan 7, 1969, cancelled Mar 1977, to D-EIUH Jun 1983, current.
				4726 (MSN 18-3126) to Belgian military as L-52, taken on charge May 1954.  SOC Oct 1960.  Became D-EBFU May 1961,
					current.
				4727 (MSN 18-3127) to Belgian Army as L53 taken on charge May 1954. SOC Oct 1960. To D-EFOC Oct 1966.
				4728 (MSN 18-3128) to Belgian AF as L54 taken on charge Feb 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L54. 
					Re-registered 1963 as OL-L54. Crashed Elsenborn Dec 16, 1965.
				4729 (MSN 18-3129) to Belgian AF as L55, taken on charge Dec 1953.  Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954
					as L55.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L55.  SOC May 1970.  To Westflug,
					Aachen May 1971 as D-EHTR.  To OO-HBV but NTU.  To D-EDHZ May 1983, current
				4730 (MSN 18-3130) to Belgian Army as L56, taken on charge May 1954, later OL-L56, then became OO-HBQ Sep 15, 1975,
					current
				4731 (MSN 18-3131). To Belgian Army as L57, taken on charge Jul 1954.  SOC Oct 1960.  Registered OO-GDH Jul 15, 1963,
					cancelled Apr 7, 2003.  Registered to J. van Peppen of s'Gravenhaag, Holland Apr 28, 2003 as PH-LRM.
				4732 (MSN 18-3132) to Belgian Army as L58 taken on charge Apr 1954. Re-registered 1963 as OL-L58. SOC Jan 1969. 
					LN-LJH Sep 8, 1969, crashed at Lake Vegavatn, Bardu Jul 13, 1976, canx Mar 11, 1977.
				4733 (MSN 18-3133) to Belgian Army as L59 taken on charge May 1954. Re-registered 1963 as OL-L59. SOC Jun 1968. 
					To LN-LJG Aug 25, 1969, damaged at Vinstra Sep 11, 1984, rebuilt using fuselage of 54-742, cancelled 
					Aug 15, 1985; to SE-ITP; to G-BVRZ Nov 22, 1994, current.
				4734 (MSN 18-3134) to Belgian Army as L60 taken on charge 1954. SOC Oct 1960.
				4735 (MSN 18-3135) to Belgian Army as L61 taken on charge 1954. Cat 5 at Villiers-sur-Semois Jul 14, 1960, 
					SOC Dec 1960.
				4736 (MSN 18-3136) to Belgian Army as L62 taken on charge 1954. Crashed Heringhausen/Brilon, West Germany Aug 31, 1961. 
				4737 (MSN 18-3137) to Belgian Army as L63, taken on charge Jul 1954, re-registered 1963 as OL-L63, then to D-EMCD (NTU)
					to D-EHCD Aug 1969
				4738 (MSN 18-3138) to Belgian Army as L64 taken on charge 1954. Crash Butzweilerhof, West Germany May 1, 1955.
				4739 (MSN 18-3139) to Belgian Army as L65 taken on charge Jul 1954. Re-registered 1963 as OL-L65. SOC Jun 1968. 
					To LN-LJN Mar 16, 1970, crashed Aug 23, 1978.
				4740 (MSN 18-3140) to Belgian Army as L66 taken on charge 1954. Re-registered 1963 as OL-L66. SOC May 1970. 
					To OO-MVZ Jan 14, 1971, crashed at Kiewit Jul 17, 1977, cancelled Aug 18, 1977.
				4741 (MSN 18-3141) to Belgian Army as L67 taken on charge 1954. Re-registered 1963 as OL-L67. SOC Jun 1968. 
					To D-EKQG Nov 3, 1970, destroyed by hangar fire at Göppingen-Bezgenriet Jan 2001.
				4742 (MSN 18-3142) to Belgian Army as L68 taken on charge 1954. SOC Oct 1960.
				4743 (MSN 18-3143) to Belgian Army as L69 taken on charge 1954. Crashed at Rocherath/Elsenborn Jun 12, 1958.
				4744 (MSN 18-3144) to Belgian Army as L70 taken on charge 1954. Crashed Brasschaat Feb 19, 1958. Used as 
					instructional airframe at Saffraanberg.
				4745 (MSN 18-3145) to Belgian Army as L71 taken on charge Jun 1954. Re-registered 1963 as OL-L71. SOC Jun 1968. 
					To LN-LJN [ntu]; D-EAUS Feb 1970, canx 1976.
				4746 (MSN 18-3146) to Belgian AF as L72, taken on charge Mar 1954, transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954
					as L72, re-registered 1963 as OL-L72.  SOC May 1969.  Became OO-ACK Jun 16, 1970, cancelled Feb 13, 2002. Then
					to N35AG Jan 10, 2003, cancelled Apr 13, 2007.  Belgian registration OO-ACD reserved again Jul 16, 2007,
					current
				4747 (MSN 18-3147) to Belgian Army as L73 taken on charge 1954. Crashed Virton Jun 15, 1956. Used as 
					instructional airframe at Saffraanberg.
				4748 (MSN 18-3148) to Belgian Army as L86 taken on charge 1955. Crashed Lichtenau, West Germany Apr 21, 1961. 
				4749 (MSN 18-3149) to Belgian Army as L87 taken on charge Mar 1955. Re-registered 1963 as OL-L87. SOC May 1970. 
					Preserved at Brussels Air Museum.
				4750 (MSN 18-3150) to Belgian Army 1954 as L88 and stored; not taken on charge. To Royal Danish AF as 66-651.
					May 7, 1957.  Code change in 1960 to Y-651.   Crashed Avno Jun 19, 1962, SOC Jun62.
				4751 (MSN 18-3151) to Belgian Army 1954 as L89, and stored, not taken on charge.  Then to Royal Danish AF May 7, 1957
					as 66-652, cod changed in 1960 to Y-652. SOC Mar 31, 1977. Preserved at Vandel, Denmark 1981.  Became OY-AZR Sep 28, 1994,
					current.
				4752 (MSN 18-3152) to Belgian AF as L74 taken on charge Mar 1954; Transferred to Belgian Army Apr 1, 1954 as L74. 
					Re-registered 1963 as OL-L74. SOC May 1969.  To LN-UXP Jul 28, 1971, crashed Asegarden Oct 28, 1974, 
					wreck DBF Jun 10, 1975, cancelled Feb 10, 1976.
				4753 (MSN 18-3153) to Belgian Army as L75 taken on charge 1954. Re-registered 1963 as OL-L75. SOC Jun 1969. 
				4754 (MSN 18-3154) to Belgian Army as L76 taken on charge 1954. Crash Merkem/Zoesel Oct 27, 1962. Re-registered 
					1963 as OL-L76. SOC Apr 1963. 
				4755 (MSN 18-3155) to Belgian Army as L77, taken on charge Oct 1954.  Used as instructional airframe at
					Saffraanberg.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L77.  Operational at brustem Jun 1968.  SOC May 1970.  To civil registry as
					D-EKKK Jul 1971, then to OO-KKK.  Crashed Oct 16, 2011 shortly after takeoff, killing instructor and pupil.
				4756 (MSN 18-3156) to Belgian Army as L78, taken on charge Feb 1954, re-registered 1963 as OL-L78.  SOC May 1970.
					To H. Heine, Luneburg Apr 1971 as D-ENOS.
				4757 (MSN 18-3157) to Belgian Army as L79 taken on charge 1954. SOC Jun 1959.
				4758 (MSN 18-3158) to Belgian Army as L80 taken on charge Apr 1955. Re-reg 1963 as OL-L80. Crashed Jun 25, 1964. 
					SOC Feb 1965.
				4759 (MSN 18-3159) to Belgian Army as L81 taken on charge 1955. Crashed Marche-les-Dames May 25, 1961. SOC Sep 1961.
				4760 (MSN 18-3160) to Belgian Army as L82 taken on charge 1955. Crashed Brasschaat Apr 15, 1959. SOC Jun 1959.
				4761 (MSN 18-3161) to Belgian Army as L83, taken on charge May 1955, re-registered 1963 as OL-L83.  SOC May 1969.
					then became D-EBFC Jun 1970, current.
				4762 (MSN 18-3162) to Belgian Army as L84, taken on charge 1955, re-registered 1962 as OL-L84.  SOC 1962.
					to Belgian civil registry as OO-FBA May 25, 1966, cancelled May 22, 1974, then to French civil registry 
					as F-BVOZ Jul 9, 1974, current.
				4763 (MSN 18-3163) to Belgian Army as L85 taken on charge Sep 1955. Re-reg 1963 as OL-L85. Crashed Kuringen 
					May 22, 1968. SOC Mar 1969.
				4764 (MSN 18-3164) to Belgian Army 1954 as L90 and stored; not taken on charge. To Royal Danish AF as 66-653
					May 7, 1957. Code changed in 1960 to Y-653.  Crashed Valnaersgard Aug 4, 1960. Used as instructional 
					airframe at Vandel AB.
				4765 (MSN 18-3165) to Belgian Army 1954 as L91.  Stored and not taken on charge.  Then to Royal Danish AF May 7, 1957
					as 66-654, code changed in 1960 to Y-654. SOC Mar 31, 1977.  Preserved airworth at Vandel AB as OY-AZZ 
					Jan 16, 1979.  Stored Jun 1998.  Under restoration at Aeronautisk Aktivitetscenter, Brondby, Denmark
				4766 (MSN 18-3166) to Belgian Army 1954 as L92 and stored; not taken on charge. To Royal Danish AF as 66-655
					May 7, 1957. Code changed in 1960 to Y-655.  DBF hangar fire at Vandel Apr 19, 1968. 
				4767 (MSN 18-3167) to Belgian Army 1954 as L93 and stored; not taken on charge. To Royal Danish AF as 66-656 
					May 7, 1957.  Code changed in 1960 to Y-656.  DBF hangar fire at Vandel Apr 19, 1968. 
				4768 (MSN 18-3168) to Belgian Army 1954 as L94 and stored; not taken on charge. To Royal Danish AF  as 66-657 
					May 7, 1957.  Code changed in 1960 to Y-657.  Crashed at Baekke, Denmark Nov 9, 1968. 
				4769 (MSN 18-3169) to Belgian Army 1954 as L95 and stored; not taken on charge. To Royal Danish AF as 66-658 
					May 7, 1957. Code changed in 1960 to Y-658.  DBF hangar fire at Vandel Apr 19, 1968. 
				4770 (MSN 18-3170) to Belgian Army 1954 as L96 and stored; not taken on charge. To Royal Danish AF  as 66-659 
					May 7, 1957.  Code changed in 1960 to Y-659.  DBF hangar fire at Vandel Apr 19, 1968. 
				4771 (MSN 18-3171) to Belgian Army 1954 as L97 and stored; not taken on charge. To Denmark as 66-660 
					May 7, 1957. Code changed in 1960 to Y-660.  DBF hangar fire at Vandel Apr 19, 1968. 
				4772 (MSN 18-3172) to Belgian Army 1954 as L98 and stored; not taken on charge. To Royal Danish AF  as 66-661 
					May 7, 1957.  Code changed in 1960 to Y-661.  DBF hangar fire at Vandel Apr 19, 1968. 
				4773 (MSN 18-3173) to Belgian Army 1954 as L99 and stored; not taken on charge. To Royal Danish AF as 66-662 
					May 7, 1957. Code changed in 1960 to Y-662.  DBF hangar fire at Vandel Apr 19, 1968. 
				4774 (MSN 18-3174) to Belgian Army 1954 as L100 and stored; not taken on charge. To Royal Danish AF  as 66-663 
					May 7, 1957.  Code changed in 1960 to Y-663.  DBF hangar fire at Vandel Apr 19, 1968. 
				4775 (MSN 18-3175) to Belgian Army 1954 as L101 and stored; not taken on charge. To Royal Danish AF  as 66-664 
					May 7, 1957. Code changed in 1960 to Y-664.  DBF hangar fire at Vandel Apr 19, 1968. 
				4776 (MSN 18-3176) to Belgian Army 1954 as L102 and stored; not taken on charge. To Royal Danish AF  as 66-665
					May 7, 1957. Code change in 1960 to Y-665.  DBF hangar fire at Vandel Apr 19, 1968. 
				4777 (MSN 18-3177) to Belgian Army 1954 as L103 and stored; not taken on charge. To Royal Danish AF  as 66-666 
					May 7, 1957. Code changed in 1960 to Y-666.  DBF hangar fire at Vandel Apr 19, 1968. 
				4778 (MSN 18-3178) to Belgian Army 1954 as L104 and stored, not taken on charge.  To Royal Netherlands AF 
					as R-80 May 1957. Destroyed at Gilze-Rijen when an F-84F rolled into a hanger out of control Oct 30, 1961.
				4779 (MSN 18-3179) to Belgian Army 1954 as L105 and stored, not taken on charge.  To Royal Netherlands AF 
					as R-81 May 1957.  SOC Oct 1967.  To Dutch civil registry as PH-ALM Nov 29, 1967.  Collided with Cessna
					F172H PH-QZK at Teuge, Netherlands Jul 21, 1970.  Registrationcancelled Apr 1, 1971.
					PH-ALM as PA-18-150 Apr 1, 1971, cancelled Aug 17, 1981.  To Greek civil regiatry as SX-AIZ Aug 17, 1981.
					Crashed near Thessaloniki, Greece Oct 16, 1983
				4780 (MSN 18-3180) to Belgian Army 1954 as L106 and stored, not taken on charge.  To Royal Netherlands AF 
					as R-82 May 1957.  SOC Oct 1967.  To PH-VCU Nov 29, 1967.  WFU Aug 20, 1975.  Cancelled Nov 30, 1976.
					Fuselage used in rebuild of PA-18-150 PH-MAW, MSN 18-1607
				4781 (MSN 18-3181) to Belgian Army 1954 as L107 and stored, not taken on charge.  To Royal Netherlands AF 
					as R-83 May 1957.  To PH-VCV Dec 18, 1967.  Cancelled Sep 15, 1969.  Frame used to rebuild PA-18 
					PH-GAV (MSN 18-559).  To G-CUBI Feb 8, 1979.  Still current
				4782 (MSN 18-3182) to Belgian Army as L108 and stored, not taken on charge.  To Royal Netherlands AF as R-84
					May 1957. To D-ECQA May 1968, current
				4783 (MSN 18-3183) to Belgian Army 1954 as L109 and stored, not taken on charge.  To Royal Netherlands AF as R-85
					May 1957.  Soc Oct 1967.  To PH-JFF Dec 7, 1967.  Crashed near Winterswijk, Netherlands Sep 7, 1968.
					Cancelled Nov 5, 1968
				4784 (MSN 18-3184) to Belgian Army1954 as L110 and stored, not taken on charge.  To Royal Netherlands AF as R-86
					May 1957.  SOC Oct 1967.  To D-EDVO Mar 1968, to OE-ADM in 1975.  To D-EXAI
				4785 (MSN 18-3185) to Belgian Army 1954 as L111 and stored, not taken on charge.  To Royal Netherlands AF as R-87 
					in May 1957.  SOC Oct 1967.  Preserved Car Museu, Assen, Netherlands 1980s.  Displayed at Den Helder,
					Netherlands 1994-95.  To Militair Luchtvaart Museum, Soesterberg AB, Netherlands, stored. 
				4786 (MSN 18-3186) to Belgian Army 1954 as L112 and stored, not taken on charge.  To Royal Netherlands AF as R-88
					May 1957.  SOC Oct 1967.  To PH-VCW Dec 12, 1967.  Crashed after takeoff from Teuge, Netherlands Nov 30, 1976
				4787 (MSN 18-3187) to Belgian Army as L113 and stored, taken on charge May 1957.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L13.  
					SOC May 1970.  To Westflug, Aachen May 1971 as D-EHTV, cancelled Nov 23, 1971
				4788 (MSN 18-3188) to Belgian Army as L114 and stored, taken on charge May 1957.  Re-registered OO-L114.  
					SOC Jul 1963.  Then to Belgian civil registry as OO-HBB Dec 22, 1963, cancelled Jun 1970. Then to OO-WIK,
					Jul 1970, cancelled Aug 12, 1987.  To French civil registry as F-GFPJ Jul 28, 1988, current
				4789 (MSN 18-3189)	To Belgian Army 1954 as L115 and stored; taken on charge Aug58. Re-reg 1963 as OL-L15. SOC Jun68. D-EHCH Jul69, DBR 1976.
				4790 (MSN 18-3190) to Belgian Army as L116 and stored, taken on charge Aug 1958.  Re-registered 1967 as OL-L16.
					 SOC Jun 1968.  Became D-EHCF Jul 1969, current.
				4791 (MSN 18-3191) to Belgian Army 1954 as L117 and stored; taken on charge 1958. Crashed Brasschaat Jul 29, 1960. 
					SOC Dec 1960. 
				4792 (MSN 18-3192) to Belgian Army 1954 as L118 and stored; taken on charge 1958. Crashed Brasschaat Jul 29, 1960. 
					SOC Dec 1960. 
				4793 (MSN 18-3193) to Belgian Army 1954 as L119 and stored; taken on charge Sep 1958. Re-registered 1963 as OL-L19. 
					Crashed Brasschaat Jul 2, 1967, SOC May68. To D-ENKB May 26, 1968, cancelled Jul 1972, restored as 
					D-ENKB Jan 1973.  C of A expired Jul 1984, believed stored at Essen.
				4794 (MSN 18-3194) to Belgian Army 1954 as L120 and stored; taken on charge Sep 1958. Re-registeed 1963 as OL-L20. 
					SOC May 1970.  To OO-HBH Jan 26, 1972, cancelled Jun 12, 2003. Stored at Bierset. 
				4795 (MSN 18-3195) to Belgian Army 1954 as L121 and stored.  Taken on charge Sep 1958 and re-registered 1963 OL-L21.
					SOC May 1970, then became D-EGMO Jun 1972, current
				4796 (MSN 18-3196) to Belgian Army 1954 as L122 and stored.  Taken on charge Sep 1958 and re-registered 1963 as OL-L22.
					SOC Dec 1969.  Became D-ECZD Jul 1971, current
				4797 (MSN 18-3197) to Belgian Army 1954 as L123 and stored.  Taken on charge Sep 1958 and re-registerdd 1963
					as OL-L02.  SOC May 1969.  Became D-EBFD Oct 1970, cancelled 1997
				4798 (MSN 18-3198) to Belgian Army 1954 as L124 and stored; taken on charge Sep 1958. Re-registered 1963 as OL-L60. 
					Crashed Werl, West Germany, SOC Feb 1968. To OO-HLT Dec 11, 1968, crashed at Eurkirchen Jan 16, 1972. 
				4799 (MSN 18-3199) to Belgian Army 1954 as L125 and stored.  Taken on charge Sep 1958.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L03.  
					SOC Jan 1969.  To German civil registry as D-EABS Aug 1969, then to D-EMJP Oct 1988.
				4800 (MSN 18-3200) to Belgian Army 1954 as L126 and stored.  Taken on charge Sep 1958.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L26. 
					SOC Jun 1968.  Sold in Germany as D-EETT, but registration not taken up, became D-ELSG Jan 7, 1969.  Registered
					in Switzerland as HB-PQM in Sep 2002, current.
				4801 (MSN 18-3201) to Belgian Army 1954 as L127 and stored; taken on charge Sep 1958; Re-registered 1963 as OL-L27. 
					SOC Dec 1969. To 5Y-HAE.
				4802 (MSN 18-3202) to Belgian Army 1954 as L128 and stored.  Taken on charge Sep 1958.  Reserialled 1963 as OL-L05.
					SOC Dec 1969.  To  D-ELFT Jul 1970, later OY-AVT in 1979.  Registered Nov 17, 2005 to user in
					UK as G-CDPR, cancelled Jun 1, 2012.  To F-HDPR Jul 20, 2012
				4803 (MSN 18-3203) to Belgian Army 1954 as L129 and stored; taken on charge Sep 1958; Re-registered 1963 as OL-L06. 
					SOC Dec 1969. Noted active in Kenya Jun 1976.
				4804 (MSN 18-3204) to Belgian Army 1954 as L130 and stored.  Taken on charge Sep 1958.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L07.  
					SOC Dec 1969.  Registration D-ECZF reserved but NTU.  Registered G-BMEA Aug 27, 1985, current.
				4805 (MSN 18-3205) to Belgian Army 1954 as L131 and stored.  Taken on charge Sep 1958.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L08.  
					SOC Dec 1969.  To D-ECZF but NTU.  Became OO-LVM Jun 4, 1970.  Registered G-BTUR Sep 11, 1991, current.
				4806 (MSN 18-3206) to Belgian Army 1954 as L132 and stored.  Taken on charge Sep 8, 1958. Re-registered 1963 as OL-L32.
					SOC Dec 1969.  became D-EJQO Jan 2, 1971, current
				4807 (MSN 18-3207) to Belgian Army 1954 as L133 and stored; taken on charge Sep 1958; Re-registered 1963 as OL-L133. 
					Crashed at Schmallenberg/Gleidord, West Germany, SOC Jul 1964. 
				4808 (MSN 18-3208) to Belgian Army 1954 as L134 and stored; taken on charge Sep 1958; Re-registered 1963 as OL-L134. 
					Crashed at Vogelsang, structural failure, SOC Sep 1964. 
				4809 (MSN 18-3209) to Belgian Army 1954 as L135 and stored. Taken on charge Sep 1958.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L09.
					SOC Dec 1969.  Became D-ELFZ Jul 1970, then OY-ECO 1975.  To SE-FVS Jun 26, 2007, current
				4810 (MSN 18-3210) to Belgian Army 1954 as L136 and stored; taken on charge Sep 1958; Re-registered 1963 as OL-L36. 
					SOC Dec 1969.  To OO-LMM Jun 4, 1970, cancelled Nov 16, 1979.
				4811 (MSN 18-3211) to Belgian Army 1954 as L137 and stored; taken on charge Oct 1958; Re-registered 1963 as OL-L37. 
					Accident at Zoersel Apr 1, 1969, SOC Aug 1969.
				4812 (MSN 18-3212) to Belgian Army 1954 as L138 and stored; taken on charge Oct 1958; Re-registered 1963 as OL-L38. 
					SOC May 1970.  To OO-DPE Jan 22, 1971. Frame and wings used in restoration of OO-ALZ [52-2483].
				4813 (MSN 18-3213) to Belgian Army 1954 as L139 and stored.  Taken on charge Jan 1959.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L10.
					SOC May 1969.  Became LN-UXC Feb 8, 1971.  Crashed Jan 18, 1975, cancelled Apr 3, 1979.  Restored as
					LN-UXC Jul 1, 2001, current.  Stored at Nododden, Norway
				4814 (MSN 18-3214) to Belgian Army 1954 as L140 and stored.  Taken on charge Jan 1959.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L40.  
					SOC May 1969.  OO-ACF reserved but NTU, to OO-AAP Jul 16, 1970.  Stored at Brasschaat.
				4815 (MSN 18-3215) to Belgian Army 1954 as L141 and stored; taken on charge Mar 1959; Re-registered 1963 as OL-L41. 
					Crashed Butzweilerhof, West Germany Apr 14, 1967. SOC Feb68. 
				4816 (MSN 18-3216) to Belgian Army 1954 as L142 and stored; taken on charge Mar 1959; Re-registered 1963 as OL-L42. 
					SOC May 1969.  To OO-ACG Jun 16, 1970, cancelled Feb 1, 2002; To N66AG Jan 10, 2003, cancelled Aug 6, 2013; 
					to OO-ACG Nov 26, 2013, stored.  
				4817 (MSN 18-3217) to Belgian Army 1954 as L143 and stored.  Taken on charge Mar 1959.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L43.
					SOC May 1969.  Became D-EHCB Jun 1970, current
				4818 (MSN 18-3218) to Belgian Army 1954 as L144 and stored.  Taken on charge Aug 1959.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L12.  
					SOC 1970.  To civil registry as OL-L12, SOC 1970.  To OO-LOT Jan 14, 1971.  Collision with
					OO-KIW (51-15573) during landing Sep 21, 1986, cancelled Nov 17, 2008.  OO-LOT reserved Dec 8, 2008 for 
					Hydraumed International BVBA of Zoersel
				4819 (MSN 18-3219) to Belgian Army 1954 as L145 and stored; taken on charge Sep 1959; Re-registered 1963 as OL-L45. 
					SOC Jun 1968.  To D-EHCB Jul 1969, current.
				4820 (MSN 18-3220) to Belgian Army 1954 as L146 and stored. Taken on hcarge Sep 1959.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L17.
					SOC May 1970.  To Westflug, Aachen Apr 1971 as D-EHTS Apr 1971.  Destroyed in hangar fire at Aachen, West
					Germany Oct 17 1971.
				4821 (MSN 18-3221) to Belgian Army 1954 as L147 and stoed.  Taken on charge Sep 1959.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L47.  
					SOC May 1970.  Became OO-ATY Nov 4, 1971, current
				4822 (MSN 18-3222) to Belgian Army 1954 as L148 and stored; taken on charge Jan 1960. Stored Koksijde Jul 1960 
					then to Flight COMRU, Rwanda-Burundi, possibly became P-61 [Force Publique]. 
				4823 (MSN 18-3223) to Belgian Army 1954 as L149 amd stored.  Taken on charge Jan 1960.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L49.  
					SOC Jun 1968.  Became OO-HBA Dec 31, 1969, then registered G-BKTA May 10, 1983, current
				4824 (MSN 18-3224) to Belgian Army 1954 as L150 and stored.  Taken on charge Jun 1960.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L50.
					SOC Feb 1966.  Became D-EKOH Dec 1966, stored.
				4825 (MSN 18-3225) to Belgian Army 1954 as L151 and stored; taken on charge Jun 1960. Stored Koksijde Jul60, 
					then to Flight COMRU, Rwanda-Burundi, possibly became P-62 [Force Publique]. Crashed Kigali, Rwanda Nov 17, 1961. 
				4826 (MSN 18-3226) to Belgian Army 1954 as L152 and stored; taken on charge Jun 1960. Stored Koksijde Jul 1960, 
					then to Flight COMRU, Rwanda-Burundi, possibly became P-63 [Force Publique].
				4827 (MSN 18-3227) to Belgian Army 1954 as L153 and stored.  Taken on charge Jun 1960.  Stored Koksijde Jul 1960,
					then to Flight COMRU, Rwanda-Burundi.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L53.  SOC May 1969.  Became OO-HBC Dec 31, 1969,
					cancelled Sep 29, 1981, then to G-BSGC Mar 22, 1990.  WFU May 15, 1999
					Registration cancelled May 15, 1999 as withdrawn from use.
				4828 (MSN 18-3228) to Belgian Army 1954 as L154 and stored.  Taken on charge Oct 1960.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L18.  
					SOC May 1970.  To civil registry as OO-HBG May 27, 1971, current.
				4829 (MSN 18-3229) to Belgian Army 1954 as L155 and stored.  Taken on charge Mar 1961.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L52.
					SOC Feb 1968.,  To D-EEMS Oct 1969, current
				4830 (MSN 18-3230) to Belgian Army 1954 as L156 and stored.  Taken on charge Apr 1961.  Re-registered 1963 as OL-L56.  
					SOC Feb 1968.  Then became OO-ACC Jan 18, 1969, then to  F-GETT Dec 27, 1985, current.
				4831 (MSN 18-3231) to Belgian Army 1954 as L157 and stored; taken on charge Apr 1961; Re-registered 1963 as OL-L57. 
					Accident at Libin Jun 17, 1966.
				4832/4848 to Royal Norwegian AF
					4832 (MSN 18-3232) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4832, code FA-F then 832.  Now on civil
						registry as LN-ACF with Drammen Flyklubb
					4833 (MSN 18-3233) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4833, code FA-L then 833.
						w/o Sep 12, 1967
					4834 (MSN 18-3234) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4834, code FA-B then 834.
						W/o May 18 1965
					4835 (MSN 18-3235) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4835, code FA-M then 835.  Noted spring 2004 at Norwegian
						Aviation Museum, Bodo, Norway
					4836 (MSN 18-3236) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4836, code FA-A but NTU.  Diverted
						to Luxembourg Army as LX-FAA
					4837 (MSN 18-3237) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4837, code FA-O, then 837, then
						became LN-ACG
					4838 (MSN 18-3238) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4838, code FA-P, then 838. Now on civil
						registry as LN-ACH with Vaernes Flyklubb
					4839 (MSN 18-3239) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4839, code FA-H, then 839.  Now on
						civil registry as LN-ACI with Bardufoss Flyklubb.
					4840 (MSN 18-3240) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4840, code FA-R.  W/o Jun 19, 1957
					4841 (MSN 18-3241) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4841, code FA-C.  Now on civil registry as
						LN-ACJ with Hedemark Flyklubb
					4842 (MSN 18-3242) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4842, code FA-D. W/o Feb 16, 1962
					4843 (MSN 18-3243) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4843, code FA-E, then 843.
						W/o Mar 3, 1967
					4844 (MSN 18-3244) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4844, code FA-S, then 844.  Now on
						civil registry as LN-ACK with Fjordane Flyklubb
					4845 (MSN 18-3245) to Royal Norwegian AF 53-4845, later 845, as FA-I.  Crashed 1976
						To instructional airframe.  Restored and displayed Norwegian Armed Forces Aircraft 
						Collection / Forsvarets Flysamling at Gardermoen, Oslo, Norway as RNoAF 845.
					4846 (MSN 18-3246) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4846, code FA-K. W/o Feb 19, 1960
					4847 (MSN 18-3247) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4847, code FA-G.  W/o Jul 15, 1957.
					4848 (MSN 18-3248) to Royal Norwegian AF as 53-4848, code FA-N, then 848.  Now on
						civil registry as LN-ACL with Nedre Romerike Flyklubb.
53-4849/4877		Piper L-21B Super Cub 
				MSN 18-2949/2977.  Model PA-18-135 For MDAP 
				4852 (MSN 18-2952)	To Japan Hoantai as H-1051 / 53-4852, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense
					 Force / JGSDF] as 12051.
				4853 (MSN 18-2953)	To Japan Hoantai as H-1045 / 53-4853, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12045. Preserved at the Hareda Collection, Nurasawa-mura, Yamanashi.
				4855 (MSN 18-2955)	To Japan Hoantai as H-1052 / 53-4855, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12052. To JA3286.
				4858 (MSN 18-2958)	To Japan Hoantai as H-1054 / 53-4858, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12054.
				4859 (MSN 18-2959)	To Japan Hoantai as H-1055 / 53-4859, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12055.
				4861 (MSN 18-2961)	To Japan Hoantai as H-1041 / 53-4861, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12041. To JA3282.
				4862 (MSN 18-2962)	To Japan Hoantai as H-1042 / 53-4862, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12042.
				4863 (MSN 18-2963)	To Japan Hoantai as H-1043 / 53-4863, later to Rikujo Jieitai [Japanese Ground Self-Defense 
					Force / JGSDF] as 12043.
				4864/4877 to Greece Aug 1953.
53-4878/4885		Sikorsky H-19B Chickasaw
				Redesignated UH-19B and HH-19B in 1962.  Some to FMS.  Some converted to SH-19B
				4878 (MSN 55769) delivered to USAF Oct 28, 1954
				4879 (MSN 55784) delivered to USAF Nov 10, 1954
				4880 (MSN 55801) delivered to USAF Nov 12, 1954.
				4881 (MSN 55827) delivered to USAF Feb 3, 1955.  To French Army Light Aviation as 827 in 1955.
					To Spanish AF (Ejercito del Aire) as Z.1-1, presumably after return from France.
				4882 (MSN 55828) delivered to USAF Feb 4, 1955.  To Spanish AF (Ejercito del Aire) as Z.1-2 Mar 1955
				4883 (MSN 55829) delivered to USAF Feb 4, 1955.  To Spanish AF (Ejercito del Aire) as Z.1-3 Mar 1955.
				4884 (MSN 55830) to MASDC May 3, 1965. To Turkish AF (Turk Hava Kuvvetleri) in 1955 as 53-4884 under MAP
				4885 (MSN 55831) delivered to USAF Jan 17, 1955.
53-4886/5089		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8225/8428
				4886 to AT-33A.  To MASDC Aug 21, 1972
				4891 to MASDC
				4897 on display with VFW Post 2219 at Fall River, Wisconsin
				4900 to AMARC as TC1324 Mar 5, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				4901 to MASDC
				4902 to Greek AF
				4903 on display at Dane County Apt, Madison, Wisconsin
				4905 to MASDC Aug 1, 1975
				4906 to Guatemala AF as FAG 728.  Sold to TG-LAY
				4907 to MASDC as TC807 Mar 6, 1967
				4908 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
				4909 to MASDC as TC319 Feb 3, 1963
				4911 to MASDC as TC320 Jan 18, 1963
				4913 (57th FIS) to MASDC Apr 1961.  SOC for spares recovery Nov 15, 1961
				4914 on display at VFW Post 5694, Highland, Illinois
				4915 to MASDC as Jan 14, 1980
				4916 to Greek AF as 34916.  Preserved at Nea Aghialos AB, Greece.
				4918 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980.
				4919 (MSN 580-8258) To Uruguay FAU-207
				4921 (MSN 580-8260) to Spanish AF as E.15-51 Nov 12, 1964 under MAP.  Noted 2010 on display as E.15-51 at Museo del Aire, Cuatro
					Vientos, Madrid.  
				4926 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
				4928 (MSN 580-8267) To Uruguay FAU-208
				4930 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
				4932 in 2011 was in front of airport offices at Bowling Green Airport, Ohio
				4938 on display at Florala, AL.
				4936 (MSN 580-8275) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4360. Wfu
				4938 on display at city of Florala, Alabama
				4939 to civil registry as N152JS.   Was ex-Blackhawk Vocational Tech School reg N1055Z.   In poor
					shape at Janesville, WI
				4943 crashed on takeoff from Grand View AFB, MO May 5, 1955
				4944 to MASDC Man 30, 1973
				4945 to MASDC May 30, 1973
				4947 to Greek AF
				4948 to MASDC May 30, 1973
				4950 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
				4952 to MASDC as TC990 Feb 23, 1971
				4953 to MASDC as TC876 Sep 9, 1969 
				4955 (MSN 580-8294) to Brazilian AF as 4364.  At Museu Aeroespacial,
					Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
				4956 (MSN 580-8295) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4355. Wfu
				4957 (7030th ABW) crashed 3 mi NE of Sembach AB, West Germany
					Dec 1, 1960.
				4958 (526th FIS) SOC at Camp New Amsterdam, Holland for spares
					recovery Aug 1, 1966
				4959 (MSN 580-8298). To French AF as 34959. To Thai AF (probably in 
					December 1982); ferry registration was F-GBES
				4961 (7322nd ABW) SOC at Chateauroux AB, France Mar 21, 1956 and
					transferred to French AF.
				4962 (7100th SW) crashed by Jun 6, 1958.
				4964 (7322nd ABW) SOC at Chateauroux AB, France for spares
					recovery Jan 14, 1966.
				4965 to MASDC as TC325 Feb 7, 1963
				4966 to MASDC as TC879 Oct 22, 1969.
				4967 at New Orleans Military Museum.  Carried civil registration of N47799
				4971 on display at city of Muskogee, Oklahoma
				4974 to MASDC as TC327 Jul 8, 1963
				4977 to MASDC as TC328 Jul 8, 1963
				4985 to MASDC Aug 16, 1973
				4987 derelict at Eglin AFB 1972-74.  Probably
					went to range as target in late 1970s.
				4988 to MASDC as TC1193 Feb 4, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				4990 assigned to 1604th Air Base Wing, Kindley AFB, Bermuda in 1958.  To MASDC as TC1194 Feb 4, 1980.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				4993 (MSN 580-8332) to Spanish AF as E.15-52 Nov 12, 1964 under MAP.  Noted on display at Leon Air Base Sep 2013.
				4994 to Thai AF as F11-21/12
				4996 to MASDC as TC685 Apr 19, 1966
				4997 to civil registry as N73680
				5004 on display at city of Caruthersville, Missouri
				5007 on poles in City Park at Malad City, Idaho
				5009 to MASDC as TC1195 Feb 4, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5010 to civil registry as N13006
				5012 to MASDC Apr 14, 1980
				5017 to MASDC as TC1196 Feb 4, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5024 to MASDC as TC1197 Feb 4, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5025 to MASDC Sep 17, 1973
				5026 (47th BW) SOC at RAF Sculthorpe for spares recovery Jan 31, 1959
				5029 to Hellenic AF.  On display at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece
				5030 cockpit sitting in a field just below Donnely Done, Alaska.
				5031 to MASDC as TC950 Feb 23, 1970
				5032 (7100th SW) crashed at or near Wheelus AB, Libya by Mar 31, 1959
				5033 to Thai AF as F11-19/12
				5035 to Turkish AF under MAP
				5039 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
					recovery Aug 4, 1966
				5041 (86th FIW) crashed by May 15, 1959
				5048 (20th TFW) crashed in France Oct 1, 1960
				5049 (20th TFW) crashed by Nov 27, 1963.
				5050 (MSN 8389 to Spanish AF as E.15-53 Nov 5, 1964 under MAP
				5051 (49th TFW) in incident at or near Wheelus AB, Libya by
					Dec 27, 1962.  SOC at Wheelus Nov 11, 1963
				5052 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
					recovery Aug 4, 1966
				5053 (MSN 83-8292) to Spanish AF as E.15-54 Oct 30, 1964 under MAP
				5054 (49th TFW) crashed near Spangdahlem AB, West Germany Jan 7, 1960
				5055 (MSN 580-8394) SOC at RAF Bentwaters May 16, 1966 and
					transferred to French AF.  Noted Sep 2005 at Musee de l'Air 
					et de l'Espace, Paris/le Bourget, painted as 51-14915.
				5056 (MSN 580-8395) to Spanish AF as E.15-55 in 1964 under MAP
				5057 (MSN 580-8396) to Spanish AF as E.15-56 Oct 30, 1964 under MAP
				5058 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
					recovery Dec 6, 1965
				5059 (20th TFW) crashed by Nov 12, 1958.
				5060 (66th TRW) SOC at Laon AB, France May 2, 1966 and transferred
					to French AF.
				5061 (MSN 580-8400) with 7030th CSW SOC at Ramstein AB, West
					Germany Mar 24, 1966 and transferred to French AF.
					Noted in Musee de l'Aeronautique, Nancy Jul 25, 1998.  
					Allegedly fitted with tail of 21127 but 52-1127 was not
					a T-33.  It is more likely that the tail graft is from a Canadair-built
					T-33AN 21127 MSN 127.
				5062 to Turkish AF under MAP
				5064 to Turkish AF under MAP
				5065 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
					recovery Nov 1, 1965
				5073 on display at Sebewaing, Michigan
				5076 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
				5077 (20th TFW) crashed by Aug 5, 1959
				5078 on display at city of Dickinson, North Dakota
				5080 (MSN 580-8419) to Spanish AF as E.15-13 Oct 20, 1954
				5081 (MSN 580-8420) to Spanish AF as E.15-14 Oct 20, 1954.
				5082 (MSN 580-8421) to Spanish AF as E.15-15 Dec 15, 1954
53-5090			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8429.  for FMS.  To Chinese Nationalist AF as 004.  Later to
					Pakistan AF.  Reported winter 2003/4 in Pakistan AF Museum, Sharea-Faisal AB,
					Karachi, Pakistan.
53-5091/5173		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8430/8512.
				5092 to French AF as 13-TC.
				5096 on display at Alaska ANG, Anchorage, Alaska
				5098 to MASDC as TC341 Mar 28, 1962.
				5099 to MASDC Aug 3, 1977.  On display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum Airpark,
					Edwards AFB.  It has been suggested that this plane is really 58-0669, painted
					up as 35099.
				5102 (MSN 580-8441) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4362. Wfu
				5106 to MASDC as TC854 Aug 14, 1968
				5109 preserved at Tuscaloosa AP, Alabama, painted as 54109
				5112 (MSN 580-8451) to JASDF as 52-5642
				5116 to MASDC Aug 22, 1972
				5118 to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Tanagra Sep 2005
				5119 to MASDC as TC344 Jul 8, 1963
				5120 (MSN 580-8459). To French AF as 35120. To Thai AF December 1982; 
					ferry registration was F-GBEO
				5123 to AMARC as TC1351 Dec 11, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5124 to MASDC as TC953 Mar 2, 1970
				5125 (MSN 580-8464) to Greek AF.  Noted on dump at Tanagra Sep 2005
				5126 (MSN 580-8465) to Greek AF.  Was stored at Hellenikon but notd Jun 21, 2005 stored
					at Athens-Spata
				5127 (MSN 580-8466). Reported winter 2003/4 preserved 
					at Masroor-Raffiqui AB, Karachi, Pakistan
				5129 FMS to Republic of Korea AF.
				5132 (MSN 580-8471). To French AF as 35132. To Thai AF December 1982; 
					ferry registration was F-GBEN
				5133 (MSN 580-8472) to Spanish AF as E.15-57 Oct 30, 1964 under MAP
				5134 to South Korean AF.  In 2012 was on display at Daegu IAP, South Korea.
				5137 (81st TFW) SOC at RAF Bentwaters for spares recovery Dec 17, 1965
				5138 (49th TFW) SOC at Spangdahlem AB, West Germany for spares
					recovery Jan 21, 1966
				5139 to Turkish AF under MAP
				5141 to MASDC May 30, 1973
				5144 (81st TFW) SOC at RAF Bentwaters May 16, 1966 and transferred
					to French AF
				5145 (MSN 580-8484) to Spanish AF as E.15-48 in 1964 under MAP
				5146 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
					recovery Nov 19, 1965
				5147 (MSN 580-8486). To French AF as 35147. To Thai AF March 1982; 
					ferry registration was F-BJNO.  Went to Singapore AF with serial 377,
					not Thai AF
				5148 (357th FIS) in incident by Apr 11, 1955.  SOC Jun 16, 1955 from
					7280th Maint Gp at Nouasseur AB, Morocco.
				5149 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
					recovery Nov 19, 1965
				5150 (MSN 580-8489) to Spanish AF as E.15-59 in 1964, noted as ground instructional airframe at Leon in 1991.
				5151 to AT-33A.  Crashed by May 15, 1956.
				5152 (3130th ABG) crashed by Jan 12, 1962
				5153 (MSN 580-8492) As 35153 active with Republic of Korea Air Force.
				5155 to Greek AF
				5156 on display at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA, parked outside.
				5158 has been on a pole at city of Albert Lea, Minnesota since 1967.
				5160 to Thai AF as TF11-6/10.  Reported preserved at Kamphaeng Saen
				5161 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
				5164 (MSN 580-8503) to Spanish AF as E-15-18 Jan 28, 1955
				5165 (MSN 580-8504) to Spanish AF as E-15-17 Jan 28, 1955
				5166 (MSN 580-8505) to Spanish AF as E-15-16 Mar 2, 1955
53-5174			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8513.  for FMS
53-5175/5208		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8514/8547
				5179 to Thai AF as TF11-7/10.  Stored at Hat Yai,then to Bangkok.
				5180 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980
				5188 crashed west of Raymond, CO Jun 27, 1965.
				5189 (MSN 580-8528) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4363. Preserved at Catanduvai, SP, Brazil
				5192 to MASDC as TC855 Aug 14, 1968.
				5197 to Guatemala AF as FAG 735.  Sold to TG-LAX
				5198 to MASDC as TC350 Feb 8, 1963
				5199 on display in 2009 at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia
				5201 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980
				5203 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980
				5205 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980.  Now on display at Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan, California.
				5207 to MASDC Mar 5, 1972.
				5208 was on display in a playground at 7th and O streets 
					at Washington DC.  Removed sometime during the 1980s.
53-5209			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8548.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Feb 1955. W/o
53-5210/5236		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8549/8575
				5210 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for
					spares recovery Jan 1, 1966
				5211 (MSN 580-8550) with 66th TRW SOC at Laon AB, France
					May 2, 1966 and transferred to French AF, as was latterly on the books of
					the Musee de l'Air at Paris/le Bourget, who exchanged it with the Czech National 
					Aviation Museum at Kbely. It is currently on display at Kbely bearing tail number 8550 
					(actually its MSN).
				5212 (10th TRW) SOC at RAF Alconbury for spares recovery Jan 11, 1966
				5213 (7039th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
					recovery Nov 19, 1965.
				5215 (MSN 580-8554) to civil registry as N8361.  In 1987 was in use at Honolulu Community 
					College/University of Hawaii at Honolulu IAP as engineering teaching aid.  
					Noted 2003 at Texas Air Command Museum, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, TX.
				5216 to MASDC Aug 20, 1973
				5219 on display at Texas Air Museum, Caprock Chapter, Slaton, TX.
				5222 to MASDC as TC775 Nov 30, 1966.
				5224 (MSN 580-8563)  (48th FIS) crashed on October 24, 1986.
				5225 to Thai AF as F11-20/12
				5226 (MSN 580-8565) noted Dec 2005 in Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA
				5230 (MSN 580-8569) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4348. Preserved at Santa Cruz, RJ, Brazil
				5235 (MSN 580-8574) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4345. Wfu
53-5237/5239		Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8576/8578.  for FMS
				5237 to Greek AF as 35237
				5238 to Turkish AF Jan 1955.  Later to Italian AF as MM53-5238/1-92
				5239 to Italian AF as MM53-5239.  Later to Greek AF as 35239.
53-5240			Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8579
53-5241/5243		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8580/8582
				transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137934/137936
53-5244/5256		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8583/8595
				5244 (57th FIS) to MASDC as TC863 for storage Jun 26, 1969
				5247 to civil registry as N64351
				5248 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980.
				5249 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980
				5250 was with Experimental Aircraft Association, Oshkosh, WI.  Later on display at MAPS Air Museum, North Canton,
					Ohio.  Has 62-95073 painted on the tail.
				5251 at Greensburg, PA.
				5253 to Greek AF
				5255 at Sheppard AFB, TX.  Was BuNo 156157.  Had this plane been
					transferred to US Navy?
				5256 on display at Selma, Alabama
53-5257			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8596. for FMS.  To Greek AF as 35257
53-5258/5272		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8597/8611
				5259 to Pakistan.  On display at Karachi.
				5262 to AMARC as TC1363 Mar 1, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5265 to Greek AF
				5266 to AMARC as TC1350 Dec 11, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5268 (MSN 580-8607) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4358. Wfu
				5271 (MSN 580-8610) to South Korea.  Seen 1968.  Preserved as 35271 at the Uljin Science Experience Museum,
					Uljin, South Korea in Oct 2014.
				5272 (MSN 580-8611) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4354. Wfu
53-5273			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8612.  for FMS.  To Thai AF as TF11-8/13 Dec 21, 1970.  Damaged
					Sep 25, 1973 but repaired.  SOC Oct 9, 1995. To RTAF Museum, Don Maung
53-5274/5290		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8613/8629
				5274 (MSN 580-8613) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4346. Wfu
				5275 (MSN 580-8614) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4356. Wfu
				5276 to MASDC as TC363 Jul 2, 1963
				5277 (MSN 580-8616) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4353. Crashed on May 03, 1973 in Brazil
				5278 (MSN 580-8617) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4367. Wfu
				5281 (7330th ABW) SOC at Evreux AB, France for spares
					recovery Jan 27, 1966
				5282 (MSN 580-8621). To French AF as 35282. To Thai AF December 1982; 
					ferry registration was F-GBEQ
				5284 (86th FIW) crashed by Nov 1955.
				5285 to AMARC as TC1369 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5286 was at Norton AFB, CA.  Base closed and plane is now gone
53-5291			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8630.  for FMS
53-5292/5307		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8631/8646
				5296 to MASDC as TC366 Oct 4, 1963
				5298 to MASDC Aug 16, 1973
				5299 to MASDC as TC802 Feb 27, 1967
53-5308			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8647.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Mar 1955.  W/o
53-5309			Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8648.  With JASDF as 51-5609 and preserved at 4th Technical School, Kumagaya in Nov 2012
53-5310/5317		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8649/8656
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 Bu. No. 137937/137944
53-5318/5321		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8657/8660	
				5318 (57th FIS) to MSADC for storage Apr 2, 1961.  SOC for spares
					recovery Nov 15, 1961.
				5319 (MSN 580-8658) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4359. Crashed on Jun 03, 1969 in Brazil	
53-5322			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8661.  To Turkish AF Feb 1955.  Later to Italian AF under FMS
					as MM53-5322/51-76.  WFU Ded 11, 1980 and still preserved at Istrana as gate guardian.
53-5323/5334		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8662/8673
				5324 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
					recovery Jan 1, 1966
				5325 on display at Jacksonville IAP, Florida
				5327 to Turkish AF under MAP
				5328 to Greek AF
				5329 to Turkish AF under MAP.
				5330 to MASDC Jul 3, 1975.
				5331 (1868th FCS) SOC at Wiesbaden AB, West Germany for spares
					recovery Apr 22, 1968
				5332 to MASDC as TC368 Jan 25, 1963
				5333 to MASDC as TC369 Jan 24, 1963
53-5335			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8674.  for FMS
53-5336/5346		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8675/8685
				5336 to MASDC as TC770 Nov 28, 1966
				5337 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
					recovery Nov 19, 1965
				5338 (26th TRW) SOC at Toul AB, France for spares recovery
					Mar 17, 1966
				5339 (49th TFW) SOC at Spangdahlem AB, West Germany Mar 24, 1966
					and transferred to French AF
				5341 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980.  Now at Planes of Fame Museum, AZ, carrying false JASDF markings of 71-5262
				5344 (MSN 580-8683) to Uruguay as FAU-209
				5346 was at Reese AFB, TX marked as 29658.  This base is now closed and the plane is gone.
					Seen in yard on west side of US 71/287, Sunset, TX
53-5347			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8686.  for FMS
53-5348/5350		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8687/8689
53-5351/5358		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8690/8697
				transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137945/137952
53-5359			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8698.  for Italian AF under FMS as MM53-5359.
53-5360/5363		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8699/8702
				transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137953/137956
53-5364/5370		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8703/8709
53-5371			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8710.  for FMS
53-5372/5374		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8711/8713
				5373 (MSN 580-8712) with JASDF as 51-5610 and preserved at Ashiya Air Base in Oct 2010
53-5375/5383		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8714/8722
				transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137957/137965
53-5384			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8723.  for FMS with Turkish AF Feb 1955.  Later to French AF
53-5385/5387		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8724/8726
				transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137966/137968
53-5388/5395		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8727/8734
				5395 to West German AF as DD+395
53-5396			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8735.  for Italian AF under FMS as MM53-5396/36-69. Preserved as
					gate guard at 65 Deposito Aeronautico Taranto, Italy
53-5397/5408		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8736/8747
				5397 to Indiana ANG and to MASDC as TC938 Jan 13, 1970 and was scrapped out of MASDC in 1976.
					The plane marked as 53-5397 at Phoenix ANGB is really
					58-0671.
				5399 to MASDC Sep 1, 1972
				5400 to civil registry as N94481.  Was NASA 715 around 1971.
				5402 (3970th CSG) SOC at Torrejon AB, Spain for spares recovery
					Mar 10, 1963.
				5403 to MASDC Apr 17, 1977, returned to service Aug 15, 1977.  Now at Kulis ANGB
				5404 to MASDC Sep 21, 1973.
				5408 to MASDC as TC371 Nov 6, 1962
53-5409			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8748.  for FMS.  To Greek AF as 35409.
53-5410/5419		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8749/8758
				5413 (MSN 580-8752) on display outside at Happy Valley, Goosebay, NF
				5415 to MASDC as TC373 Sep 14, 1962
				5417 (MSN 580-8756) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4361. Wfu
				5418 to MASDC 
53-5420			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8759.  FMS to Turkish AF Feb 1955.  Later to Italian AF as MM53-5420.  
					Crashed after colliding with F-86K 53-8321 during night practice interception 
					at Castel del Bosco-Pontedera, Pisa, Italy Jul 25, 1962.  Pilot ejected 
					with minor injuries.
53-5421/5429		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8760/8768
				5421 to MASDC as TC844 Dec 29, 1967.  Now on display at Los Gatos, California.
				5422 (MSN 580-8761) to Uruguay as FAU-210
				5425 (MSN 580-8764) to Spanish AF as E.15-60 Nov 5, 1964 under MAP.  Preserved at Talavera la Real Air Base, Spain.
				5429 (MSN 580-8768) with JASDF as 51-5612 and preserved at Shizuhama Air Base in Oct 2012
53-5430			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8769.  To Turkish AF Feb 1955, later for Italian AF under FMS as
					MM53-5430/36-68.  Preserved at Gioia del Coll, Italy
53-5431/5436		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8770/8775
				5433 (MSN 580-8772) to Peruvian AF as FAP-453.  Later became N5196X, which 
					registration cancelled by FAA May 19, 2009 as "destroyed"
53-5437/5440		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8776/8779
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137969/137972
53-5441			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8780.  for FMS.  To Thai AF Aug 3, 1955 as TF11-1/98
53-5442/5448		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8781/8787
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137973/137979
53-5449			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8788.  for FMS.  To Thai AF Aug 3, 1955 as TF11-2/98.  SOC Apr 27, 1966
53-5450/5456		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8789/8795
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137980/137986 
53-5457			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8796.  for FMS
53-5458/5460		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8797/8799
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137987/137989 
53-5461/5465		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8800/8804
				5465 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973.
53-5466			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8805.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Mar 1955.  Crashed Jul 2, 1957 near
					Eskisehir, Turkey.  1 pilot killed.
53-5467/5473		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8806/8812
				5468 to MASDC as TC771 Nov 28, 1966
				5469 (MSN 580-8808) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4365. Wfu
				5470 Assigned to 1604th Air Base Wing at Kindley AFB, Bermuda in 1958.
					(57th FIS) had maintenance performed at CASA, Seville, Spain Jul 1962.  May have been broken up there.
				5471 to MASDC as TC376 Sep 10, 1962
53-5474			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8813.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Mar 1955.  Later to Portuguese AF
					as 1916.
53-5475/5481		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8814/8820.
				5475 to MASDC as TC964 Jun 1, 1970.
				5476 (MSN 580-8815) was at General Mitchell Field, Milwaukee, WI.
					Now on display at Waterford, Wisconsin VFW post 8343.
				5477 to MASDC as TC860 Dec 5, 1968.
				5478 to Royal Thai AF as F11-22/12.  W/o Mar 1972.
				5479 (7272nd ABW) crashed by Nov 15, 1955.
53-5482			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8821.  for FMS.  To Greek AF as 35482
53-5483/5490		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8822/8829
				5484 (MSN 580-8823) to Spanish AF as E.15-19 Apr 15, 1955
				5486 (MSN 580-8825) to Japan Air Self-Defence Force as 51-5620 and preserved at Iruma Air Base in November 2007
				5487 (MSN 580-8826) to Spanish AF as E.15-20 Apr 15, 1955
				5488 to Greek AF
				5489 to German AF as AB-758, BD-758, 94+35.  Scrapped 1972
				5490 to Greek AF
53-5491			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8830. SOC at Furstenfeldbruck AB, West Germany
					Jan 27, 1957 and transferred to West German AF.
					Later to Hellenic AF as 35491.  To Pakistan AF as 53-5491 and in 2013 was preserved
					at PAF Base Nawabshah
53-5492/5498		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8831/8837
				5493 to Greek AF
				5494 to Greek AF
				5495 to German AF as AB-759, BD-759, 94+36.  Scapped 1972.
				5497 to German AF as AB-760.  W/o Jun 22, 1960.
				5498 to Thai AF Jul 1955 as F11-1/98.  SOC Jul 25, 1966
53-5499			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8838.  for FMS
53-5500/5504		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8839/8843
				5500 to Thai AF in Jul 1955 as F11-2/98.  SOC Apr 27 1966
				5501 to Thai AF in Jul 1955 as F11-3/98.  W/o Jul 23, 1970
				5502 to Thai AF in Jul 1955 as F11-4/98.  SOC Jan 16, 1976 and broken
					up for spares.
				5503 to Thai AF in Jul 1955 as F11-5/98.  SOC May 30, 1973
				5504 to Thai AF in Jul 1955 as F11-6/98.  SOC Jan 16, 1976 and
					broken up for spares.
53-5505/5507		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8844/8846
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137990/137992 
53-5508			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8847.  for FMS.  To Thai AF Aug 3, 1955 as TF11-3/98.  SOC Jul 22, 1966
53-5509/5516		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8848/8855
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137998/138000 
53-5517			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8856.  To Belgian AF as FTR-2 but not delivered.  To Pakistan AF as 535517
53-5518/5524		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8857/8863
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138001/138007
53-5525			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8864.  for Italian AF under FMS as MM53-5525/36-63.  W/o
53-5526/5532		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8865/8871
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138008/138014
53-5533			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8872.  To Belgian AF as FTR-1 Jan 1956.  Returned to USAF Apr 5, 1956 and stored at Chateauroux,
					France.  To Pakistan AF in 1968 as 53-5533.  Preserved at Pakistan AF Academy, Risalpur
53-5534			Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8873
				Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138015
53-5535/5538		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8874/8877
				5537 (MSN 580-8876) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4347. Wfu
53-5539			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8878.  To Turkish AF Mar 1955, later for Italian AF under FMS
					as MM53-5539/51-79
53-5540/5545		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8879/8884
				5541 at Chino Museum, CA.
				5543 to MASDC as TC959 Apr 15, 1970
				5545 on display at Wadsworth MAP, Wadsworth, Ohio.
53-5546			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8885.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Apr 1955
53-5547/5552		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8886/8891
				5547 (MSN 580-8886) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4350. Preserved at Dumont, SP, Brazil
				5549 to MASD as TC0379 Sep 23, 1963
				5552 (MSN 580-8891) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4319. Wfu
53-5553			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8892.  for FMS.  TO Greek AF as 35553
53-5554/5559		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8893/8898
				5559 (MSN 580-8894) to Spanish AF as E.15-21 Apr 15, 1955
				5559 to German AF as AB-761, DA-373, JC-382, EA-395, 94+37.  Scrapped in 1971
53-5560			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8899.  for FMS.  To Greek AF as 35560
53-5561/5566		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8900/8905
				5561 to German AF as AB-762, DF-381, 94+38.  Scrapped in 1972.
				5562 to German AF as AB-763, DF-382, 94+39.  On display at Erding as School aircraft
				5563 to German AF as AB-764, DF-397, BD-736, BB-831.  To Turkey in 1968
				5564 to German AF as AB-765, DA-374, 94+40.  Scrapped 1973/74
				5565 to German AF as AB-766, BD-766, 94+41.  Scrapped in 1972
				5566 to German AF as AB-767, DF-383, 94+42.  Scrapped in 1972.
53-5567			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8906.  for FMS.  to Greek AF as 35567
53-5568/5569		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				5568/5569 MSN 580-8907/8908
				5568 to German AF as AB-768, DF-384, 94+43.  Decoy at Norvenich AFB.
				5569 (3131st Maint Gp) crashed on landing at Chateauroux AB,
					Fraqnce Oct 19, 1955.  SOC for spares recovery Feb 29, 1956.
53-5570/5573		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8909/8912
				transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138016/138019
53-5574			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8913.  for FMS
53-5575/5580		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8914/8919.  transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138020/138025
53-5581			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8920.  for FMS
53-5582/5586		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8921/8925.  transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138026/138030
53-5587			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8926.  for FMS.  To Italian AF as MM53-5587.  Preserved Flying Tigers
					Air Museum Brookston/Tico, Italy
53-5588/5593		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8927/8932.  transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138031/138036
53-5594			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8933.  for FMS. To Turkish AF Apr 1955, later to MM53-5594/9-35 of Italian AF.  In 1987 on display at Italian AF 
					Museum, Vigna di Valle, Italy
53-5595/5599		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8934/8938.  transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138037/138041
53-5600			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8939.  for FMS.  To Greek AF as 35600.   Later to Iran
53-5601/5603		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8940/8942  transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138042/138044
53-5604/5606		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8943/8945
				5605 (MSN 580-8944) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4351. Wfu
				5606 (MSN 580-8945) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4366. Crashed on Sep 30, 1970 in sea 50km off North of Fortaleze, 
					CE, Brazil. There was only one pilot on the flight, who was killed.
53-5607			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8946.  for FMS.  To Greek AF as 35607
53-5608/5612		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8947/8951
				5608 to MASDC as TC380 Nov 13, 1962
				5610 on display at Iron Mountain, Michigan.
				5611 (MSN 580-8950) as JASDF 51-5627 preserved in Nov 2013 at Tsuiki AB.
				5612 to JASDF.  Now on display at Kadena AB Air Park, Japan.
53-5613			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8952. for FMS.  To Turkish AF Apr 1955.  Later to Italian AF, first as 1-95 and then 51-77.
53-5614/5618		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8953/8957
				5617 to German AF as AB-769.  W/o Nov 7, 1958
				5618 to German AF as AB-770, DA-375, JA-396.  W/o Oct 14, 1965
53-5619			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8958.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Apr 1955
53-5620/5625		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8959/8964
				5620 to German AF as AB-771, DA-376.  W/o Nov 8, 1965
				5621 to German AF as AB-772, JA-399, JB-399, EA-397, 94+44.  On display at Furstenfeldbruck.
					By Apr 29, 1996 2as in Luftwaffenmuseum, Gatow
				5622 to German AF as AB-773, JA-383, BD-745, 94+45.  To MASDC as TC735 Nov 3, 1966.  Scrapped in 1972.
				5623 to German AF as AB-774, JA-384.  W/o Apr 28, 1964.
				5625 to German AF as AB-775, JA-385.  To Turkey in 1969
53-5626			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8965.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Apr 1955
53-5627/5630		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8966/8969
				5627 to German AF as AB-776, EA-380, BD-797, 94+46.  Scrapped in 1972.
				5628 to West German AF as AB-777, EA-389, 94+47.  Now preserved at Oberschleissheim.
				5629 (MSN 8968) to Luftwaffe as AB-778, BD-778, 94+48.  To Greek AF as 629.  Preserved at
					Sedes AB, Greece.
53-5631			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8970.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Apr 1955.  Later to Italian AF as
					MM53-5631/36-62
53-5632/5637		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8971/8976
				5632 to German AF as AB-779, EA9394, EC-382, JD-381, 94+48.  To Turkey in 1968
				5633 to German AF as AB-780.  W/o Apr 12, 1962
				5634 (7330th FTW) SOC at Furstenfeldbruck AB, West Germany
					in 1957 and transferred to West German AF.
53-5638			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8977.  for FMS.  To Greek AF as 35638
53-5639/5641		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8978/8980
53-5642/5643		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8981/8982.  transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138045/138046
53-5644			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8983. for FMS.  To Greek AF as 35644
53-5645/5649		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8984/8988.  transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138047/138051
53-5650			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8989.  for FMS.  To Greek AF as 35650.
53-5651/5655		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8990/8994transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138052/138056
53-5656			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-8995.  for FMS
53-5657/5661		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-8996/9000.  transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138057/138061
53-5662			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9001.  for FMS
53-5663/5667		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-9002/9006.  transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138062/138066
53-5668			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9007.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF May 1955.  Later to Italian AF as
					MM53-5668/51-83.  Preserved at Cagliari-Elmas, Italy
53-5669/5674		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-9008/9013.  transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138067/138072
53-5675			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9014.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF May 1955.
53-5676/5680		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-9015/9019.  transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138073/138077
53-5681			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9020.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF May 1955.  Crashed Jun 11, 1968
					near Nallihan, Ankara, Turkey.  2 killed.
53-5682/5686		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-9021/9025.  transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138078/138082
53-5687			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9026.  for FMS.  To Greek AF as 35687
53-5688/5692		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
				MSN 580-9027/9031.  transferred to USN as TV-2 Bu. No. 138083/138087
53-5693			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9032.  for FMS.  To Greek AF as 35693
53-5694/5698		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
				MSN 580-9033/9037.  transferred to USN as TV-2 Bu. No. 138088/138092
53-5699			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9038.  for FMS
53-5700/5704		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
				MSN 580-9039/9043.  transferred to USN as TV-2 Bu. No. 138093/138097
53-5705			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9044.  for FMS
53-5706/5709		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-9045/9048.  transferred to USN as TV-2 Bu. No. 141490/141493
53-5710			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9049.  for FMS
53-5711/5715		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
				MSN 580-9050/9054.  transferred to USN as TV-2 Bu. No. 141494/141498
53-5716			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9055.  for FMS
53-5717/5719		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
				MSN 580-9056/9058.  transferred to USN as TV-2 Bu. No. 141499/141501
53-5720			Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9059.  to German AF as AB-795.  W/o Nov 18, 1961.
53-5721			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9060.  for FMS
53-5722/5726		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9061/9065
				5722 (MSN 580-9061) with Fuerza Aerea Ecuatoriana as AT-33A FAE630 and preserved at Cayambe Air Base,
					Ecuador in Oct 2004
				5724 (MSN 580-9063) to Belgium as FT25 Jun 1955.  DBR by fire during filling of oxygen taknsk Mar 26, 1976.
					Wings used to repair FT333 (55-3041).  Fuselage sold for scrap and used as a travelling exhibit with
					folding wings from FT33.
				5725 (MSN 580-9064) to Belgium as FT26 Jun 7, 1955.  Damaged in midair collision with
					FT-04 (51-4152) near Ciney Apr 27, 1977.  Plane landed safely.  Since
					the T-33As were retiring from the Belgian AF shortly, the plane wasn't
					repaired and was given back to the USAF.  Sold as scrap in Germany Jun 12, 1979 and transported to
					Schwabishes Bauern and Technki Museum, Eschach, West Germay.  Gone by Mar 2002.  This aircraft (or 
					an aircraft bearing this serial) was noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul.
					This plane may not actually have been transferred to Turkey.
				5726 (MSN 580-9065) to Belgium as FT27 Jun 7 1955.  W/o/ Sep 19, 1961 when pilot lost control of aircraft during
					landing at Brusterm and ran off runway.  Was not repaired, and SOC Dec 13, 1961.  To Flight Refuelling
					at Tarrant Rushton, England for rebuild Sep 19, 1962.
53-5727			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9066.  for FMS
53-5728/5732		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9067/9071
53-5733			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9072.  for FMS
53-5734/5738		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9073/9077
				5736 to Greek AF
53-5739			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9078.  for FMS
53-5740/5744		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9079/9083
				5740 (MSN 580-9079) to Spanish AF as E.15-22 Jun 3, 1955
				5741 (MSN 580-9080) to Spanish AF as E-15.23 Jun 9, 1955.  In 2014 was instructional airframe at Albacete AB
				5744 In 1987 was at Museo do Ar's storage facility next to OGMA works at Alverca, 
					Portugal for use as a 'trade' for possible future exhibits.  In 2014 was at Turkish AF Museum at Yesilkoy
					outside Istanbul, falsely marked as Turkish AF 35744/5744.
53-5745			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9084.  for FMS
53-5746/5750		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9085/9089
				5746 (MSN 580-9085) at Turkish AF Museum, Istanbul
				5748 (MSN 580-9087). To Royal Norwegian AF as 35748, then to French AF as 35748.  To Thai AF 1982; ferry registration 
					was F-BJXM.  Went to Republic of Singapore AF with serial 378.
				5749 (MSN 580-9088) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 35749.  W/o Oct 27, 1962 near Ressesoy, Norway
				5750 (MSN 580-9089) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 35750.  W/o Oct 15, 1964 when flew into a mountain in bad
					weather near Gaustadtoppen, Norway
53-5751			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9090.  for FMS
53-5752/5755		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9091/9094
				5752 (MSN 580-9091) to Belgium as FT28 Jun 1955.  SOC Oct 1979.  Returned to USAF and to Alverca, Portugal
					Oct 15, 1979.   To Portuguese AF as 1929.  SOC Sep 4, 1991.  Last noted stored at Beja Sep 2001.
				5753 (MSN 580-9092) to Belgium as FT29 Jun 1955.  SOC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.
					Flown to Prestwick, Scotland Nov 12, 1979.   To RAF Spadeadam electronics warfare 
					tactics range Mar 18, 1980.  Last noted Nun 2003.  Subsequently scrapped.
				5754 (MSN 580-9093) to Belgium as FT30 Aug 1955. Soc Oct 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.  To Alverca,
					Portugal Oct 15, 1979.   To Portuguese AF as 1930.  SOC Sep 4, 1991.  Last noted stored at Beja Sep 2001.
				5755 (MSN 580-9094) to West German AF as AB-817, JD-399, EC-381, MD-381, 94+49.  Scrapped in 1972.
53-5756			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9095.  for FMS
53-5757/5762		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9096/9101
				5755 to German AF as AB-818, BB-818, BD-735.  W/o Oct 1, 1965.
				5757 (81st FBW) SOC May 7, 1958 on transfer to West German AF.
				5758 to German AF as AB-793, BD-793, EA-390, EC-376, MD-376, JA-397, 94+50.  Scrapped in 1974.
				5759 (MSN 580-9098) to Spanish AF as E.15-26 Jul 28, 1955
				5760 (MSN 580-9099) to Spanish AF as E.15-25 Jul 28, 1955.  W/o Sep 12, 1962
				5761 (MSN 580-9100)  to  Japan Air Self-Defence Force as 51-5629 and noted as gate guard at Hyakuri Air Base in November 1991.
				5762 (MSN 580-9101) to Spanish AF as E.15-24 Jul 28, 1955
53-5763			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9102.  for FMS
53-5764/5767		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9103/9106
53-5768			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9107.  for FMS
53-5769/5772		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9108/9111
				5772 to German AF as AB-796, BD-796, EA-394, JA-397.  To Turkey in 1968
53-5773			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9112.  for FMS
53-5774/5778		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9113/9117
				5774 to German AF as AB-792, BD-792, EB-394, 94+51.  Scrapped in 1972.
				5775 to German AF as AB-811, JD-382, EC-380, MD-380, JA-398, 94+52.  Scrapped in 1972
				5776 to German AF as AB-816, BB-816.  Scrapped. By 1991 nose section was in Luftfahrtausstellung
					at Hermeskeil, Germany
				5777 (MSN 580-9116) to German AF as AB-819, BD-819, 94+53.  To Greece as 35777.  Noted on
					dump at Tanagra Sep 2005.
				5778 to German AF as AB-821, DA-395, YA-702, 94+54.  School aircraft at Mancying WDT-61.
					Now preserved at Musee de L'Aviation de Chase MonteLimar
53-5779			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9118.  for FMS
53-5780/5784		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9119/9123
				5780 to German AF as AB-815, BD-815, 94+55.  To Greece as 35780?
				5781 to German AF as AB-805, BD-805, 94+56.  School aircraft at Manching WDT-61 as 9455.  Reported at
					Luftwaffe Museum May 2006
				5782 to German AF as AB-794, BD-794, DF-396, 94+57.  To Greece as 35782.
				5783 to German AF as AB-810, EA-399, 94+58.  Scrapped in 1969.
				5784 to Greek AF
53-5785			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9124.  for FMS
53-5786/5789		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9125/9128
				5786 to Greek AF.  On display at Kalamata Apr 1997
53-5790			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9129.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Jul 1955.  Later to French AF.
53-5791/5794		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9130/9133
				5793 (MSN 580-9132) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 35793.  W/o Jan 15, 1960 near Kvitsoy, Norway
				5794 (MSN 580-9133) MAP Jan 25, 1955 to Royal Norwegian AF as 35794.  To French AF as 35794. To 
					Royal Thai AF March 1982; ferry registration was F-BJGY.  Went to Republic of Singapore AF with serial 379.
53-5795			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9134.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Jul 1955.  Later to Italian AF as
					MM53-5795/36-68.  Preserved at Rivolto (UD), Italy
53-5796/5918		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				5796/5799 MSN 580-9135/9138
				5800/5801 MSN 580-9157/9158
				5802/5805 MSN 580-9160/9163
				5806/5809 MSN 580-9165/9168
				5810/5813 MSN 580-9170/9173
				5814/5849 MSN 580-9215/9250
				5850/5878 MSN 580-9291/9319
				5879/5918 MSN 580-9355/9394
				5796 (MSN 580-9135) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 35796.  W/o Feb 28, 1960 due to engine failure near
					Langvik, Erfjord, Norway
				5800 to MASDC Aug 10, 1973.
				5801 (MSN 580-9158) to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Tanagra Sep 2005
				5802 to AMARC as TC1347 Dec 3, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5804 (MSN 580-9162) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4352. Wfu
				5805 to MASDC as TC382 Apr 2, 1963
				5807 to MASDC as TC664 Dec 27, 1965
				5808 (MSN 580-9167) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4349. Wfu
				5811 (194th FIS) crashed near CFB Comox, BC Nov 30, 1982
				5814 (MSN 580-9215) converted to RT-33A.  Later to Thai AF as TF11-5/10.  Preserved at RTAF Museum, Don Muang,
					Thailand.
				5819 (81st TFW) SOC Oct 3, 1966 for spares recovery
				5820 (7333rd ABG) SOC Nov 7, 1966 for spares recovery
				5821 (7030th CSW) SOC Jan 1, 1966 for spares recovery
				5822 (66th TRW) crashed by Oct 19, 1959.
				5823 (36th TFW) SOC Jan 19, 1966 for spares recovery
				5824 (7272nd FTW) SOC Oct 27, 1966 for spares recovery.
				5825 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 16, 1964 on transfer to MAP.  to Royal Saudi AF as 1503
				5826 (7322nd ABW) Crashed by Feb 6, 1964.
				5827 (81st TFW) SOC Oct 21, 1955 for spares recovery
				5828 (81st TFW) Crashed by Jan 6, 1959
				5829 (7272nd TFW) SOC May 31, 1966 for spares recovery
				5830 (7030th CSW) SOC Sep 15, 1966 for spares recovery
				5831 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 16, 1967 on transfer under MAP
				5832 (38th BW) to Royal Saudi AF as 1504.  Crashed by Jan 28, 1957.
				5833 (47th BW) crashed by May 25, 1957.
				5837 to MASDC as TC987 Dec 6, 1970
				5839 to MASDC as TC606 Dec 11, 1964
				5845 to Greek AF
				5848 to MASDC Apr 30, 1975
				5849 on display at American Legion Post 496, Sherwood, Wisconsin
				5850 (MSN 580-9291) converted to RT-33A.  Now on display at Estrella Warbird Museum, Pasa
					Robles, CA.
				5852 (7322nd ABW) SOC Nov 9, 1964 for spares recovery
				5854 at Glenn L. Martin Museum, Middle River, Maryland in 2012.
				5855 crashed NE of Buckey ANGB, CO Jun 20, 1961
				5856 to AT-33A.  To MASDC Oct 7, 1972
				5858 to MASDC Aug 21, 1973.
				5859 to MASDC as TC1291 Feb 1, 1985.
				5860 (MSN 580-9301) to Uruguay as FAU-205.  Preserved at Gen Cesareo L Berisso Air Base, Carrasco.
				5861 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 21, 1972 on transfer under MAP
				5863 to MASDC as TC753 Nov 15, 1966
				5864 to MASDC as TC386 Sep 18, 1962
				5869 assigned to 1604th Air Base Wing, Kindley AFB, Bermuda Aug 13, 1958.
				5872 (MSN 580-9313) destroyed in a crash somewhere in western USA ca late 1950s.
				5878 to MASDC as TC979 Oct 15, 1970
				5879 to MASDC as TC388 Oct 4, 1962
				5880 to MASDC as TC389 Sep 12, 1962
				5882 at VFW Memorial Park, Grand Island, NE.
				5889 to Hellenic AF.  Noted at Tanagra AB in 1998.
				5890 to Hellenic AF.  Stored at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece
				5891 (MSN 580-9367) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4357. Wfu
				5892 to MASDC as TC794 Feb 13, 1964
				5893 (MSN 580-9369) to Greek AF.  Noted on dump at Tanagra Sep 2005
				5894 to MASDC as TC859 Dec 4, 1968
				5897 converted to AT-33A.  TO MASDC Jul 6, 1973.
				5901 to AMARC as TC1356 Feb 11, 1988.   Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5902 to MASDC Jul 23, 1975
				5903 to Hellenic AF
				5905 on display with VFW Post 328 at Stoughton, Wisconsin
				5906 (66th TRW) SOC Oct 27, 1969 on transfer under MAP
				5909 to MASDC Jul 23, 1975
				5910 to MASDC Jul 19, 1972
				5912 to MASDC Jul 19, 1972
				5913 to MASDC as TC660 Nov 16, 1965
				5914 to MASDC as TC662 Nov 16, 1965
				5916 on display at Cedar Rapids, Iowa.  Was DT-33A
				5918 MSN 580-9394. With Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as JE-015 and crashed on July 17, 1978.
53-5919/6152		Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
				5919/5973 MSN 580-9395/9449
				5974/5993 MSN 580-9456/9475
				5994/6037 MSN 580-9526/9569
				6038/6066 MSN 580-9641/9669
				6067/6152 MSN 580-9688/9773
				5923 to MASDC Apr 17, 1975
				5924 to MASDC as TC744 Nov 4, 1966
				5929 to Thai AF as F11-23/13.  To RTAF Museum, Don Muang
				5933 (MSN 580-9409) on display at St. Charles, MO.  Noted September 2003 with Missouri Wing of
					Commemorative AF at Smartt Field, St Charles, MO. Not in airworthy condition.
				5936 was in San Diego Aerospace Museum and destroyed in fire in 1978.
				5938 to MASDC as TC826 Jun 29, 1967
				5939 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 29, 1972 on transfer under MAP
				5943 (MSN 580-9491) to MASDC Oct 29, 1977, returned to service.  Displayed at Portland IAP, OR marked as 35344.
					On display at Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, McMinnville, Oregon in Aug 2008.
				5944 to MASDC Aug 10, 1978, returned to service
				5947 on display at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, Florida.
				5948 to civil registry as N62519
				5950 (MSN 580-9426) to Uruguay as FAU-212
				5951 to MASDC Sep 16, 1975
				5953 (194th FIS) vrashed Sep 13, 1983.
				5956 crashed 10 mi N of Amboy, California Dec 22, 1965.  Pilot ejected successfully
				5957 to MASDC as TC974 Aug 25, 1970
				5959 (MSN 580-9435) to Uruguay as FAU-211
				5960 To MASDC Aug 3, 1977, returned to service.  Now on display at Otis ANGB, Massachusetts
				5962 to MASDC as TC961 Apr 25, 1970
				5964 to Greek AF
				5966 (Maryland ANG) collided in midair with Capital Airlines Vickers 745D Viscount N7410 4 mi E of
					Brunswick, Maryland May 20, 1958.  7 passengers and crew of 4 aboard the Viscount all killed,
					passenger in T-33 was killed, but pilot ejected safely.
				5969 to MASDC as TC972 Aug 12, 1970
				5970 to AMARC as TC1329 Apr 6, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5974 at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio.
				5979 at Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, IL
				5980 at Otis ANGB, MA
				5986 on display at American Legion Post 199 in town center, Reedsville, Wisconsin
				5987 to MASDC Aug 21, 1973
				5988 to MASDC Oct 10, 1963
				5990 on display at Maurice Roberts City Park, Richmond, Missouri.
				5996 on civil registry as N142JS.  Was ex-Blackhawk Vocational Tech School machine, reg N1054Z.
					In very poor shape located in the grass at Janesville, WI.
				5998 on display at McConnell AFB, Kansas ANG, Wichita, KS
				6000 presumably went to Greek AF and was noted at Tanagra AB in 1998
				6008 at American Legion Post 27 in Apache Junction, Arizona on a pole.
				6009 on display at city of Johnson City, Tennessee
				6011 to NASA as 940, then N940NA.  Seen At Richard Loyd KJone Airport, OK Oct 2007.
				6020 to Thai AF as F11-24/13.  W/o Jan 1973
				6021 preserved at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska.
				6026 on display at American Legion Post 80 at New Richmond, WI Mar 2007
				6028 at Boulder, CO.
				6030 to MASDC as TC845 Dec 28, 1967
				6032 to MASDC as TC815 Apr 28, 1967
				6034 to MASDC as TC875 Oct 23, 1969
				6036 to MASDC as TC870 Sep 26, 1969
				6040 to Thai AF as F11-25/13
				6047 to MASSDC Aug 21, 1973
				6053 on display at LSU Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana Mar 2007
				6055 acquired by Air and Military Museum of the Ozarks, Springfield, MO.  Had been sitting
					at the College of the Ozarks, Point Lookout, MO since the late 1970s.  Bore civil 
					registration of N99095
				6057 to MASDC as TC793 Feb 13, 1967
				6060 to MASDC as TC881 Oct 23, 1969
				6062 assigned to the 363rd TRW at Shaw June 1972 
				6064 (MSN 588-9667) was at Niagra Falls, NY.  Now on display at Eielson AFB, Alaska.
				6069 (MSN 580-9690) noted in 2002 at Tenessee Museum of Aviation.  At Wisconsin Veterans Memorial
					at Prairie du Sac Aug 2010
				6070 to MASDC Oct 10, 1973
				6073 on display at city of Gravette, Arkansas
				6074 to MASDC as TC943 Jan 22, 1970
				6075 to MASDC as TC0795 Feb 16, 1967
				6081 on pedestal in front of American Legion post 83, Rosebush, Michigan
				6082 (MSN 580-9713) to Hellenic AF as 36082 Feb 1972
				6089 was at Florence Air and Missile Museum (this is now
					closed).  Now at Darlington CAP, South Carolina Jun 2007
				6091 at Quonset Point, RI.  A T-33 whith this shown as its first identity, then N32GB was
					registred to Shooting Star Investment, Ltd. of Vamdrup, Denmari Aug 8, 2000 as
					OY-RUT. 
				6096 on pedestal at Spalding County AP, Griffin, Georgia.
				6099 on display at Selfridge Military Air Museum, Michigan.
				6100 on display at VFW Post 1776, Huron, South Dakota
				6102 on display at Eagle Pass, Texas Jan 2008.
				6106 to Thai AF as F11-26/13.  Preserved at Korat
				6109 to MASDC as TC812 Apr 10, 1967
				6114 (3970th CSG) SOC Mar 10, 1963 for spares recovery
				6116 to MASDC as TC686 Jun 1, 1966
				6117 (MSN 580-9738) fuselage with Merl H. Maine Warbirds Collection at Ontario IAP, Oregon in Jun 1999.
				6118 (2970th CSG) SOC Jan 28, 1965 for spares recovery
				6123 on display at Mobile, Alabama City Park
				6124 on display at city of Del Rio, Texas.
				6132 on display at cith of Douglas, Georgia
				6138 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 21, 1972 on transfer under MAP
				6140 to Thai AF as F11-27/13
				6143 used as napalm target Eglin AFB range.
				6144 to MASDC as TC874 Oct 22, 1969
				6145 to MASDC Apr 22, 1975.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				6147 on display at Randolph AFB, Texas in 1997
				6148 to MASDC as TC1198 Feb 4, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				6150 to MASDC as TC761 
				6152 to MASDC as TC703 Jun 30, 1966
53-6153/6192		Beech L-23B Seminole 
				MSN LH.56/95
				Most remanufactured to L-23D
53-6193/6244		Boeing B-47E-135-BW Stratojet
				MSN 4501334/4501385.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				Some converted to ETB-47E and EB-47L
				6193 to MASDC Jan 27, 1966
				6194 to MASDC Jan 13, 1966
				6195 to MASDC Jan 31, 1966
				6196 to MASDC Feb 2, 1966.  Returned to service.  To MASDC as 1B005 (US Navy) Nov 29, 1975
				6197 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
				6198 (100th BW) crashed into ocean on approach 11 mi E of Gloucester, Massachusetts Feb 1, 1957.  Four
					crewmen missing and presumed killed.
				6199 to MASDC Jan 7, 1966
				6200 to MASDC Jan 25, 1966
				6201 to MASDC Oct 14, 1965
				6202 to MASDC Jan 4, 1966.  To Amarillo AFB, Texas as ground trainer May 26, 1966.
				6203 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
				6204 (98th BW) a B-47 taking off jettisoned both fuel tanks and one of them hit this plane at
					RAF Greenham Common, UK Feb 18, 1958.  2 ground crew killed and two injured.
				6205 to MASDC Jan 21, 1966
				6206 (310th BW) crashed after midair collision with B-47E 53-2365 near Irwin, Iowa Aug 19, 1963.  One
					crewman killed.
				6207 to MASDC Feb 4, 1966.  To 3320th Maintenace Group in 1966.
				6208 to MASDC Jan 4, 1966
				6209 to MASDC Jan 27, 1966
				6210 to MASDC Jan 1966
				6211 (379th BS, 310th SW) broke up from overstressing after two engines exploded and wing caught fire 
					after takeoff from Schilling AFB, Kansas Jul 6, 1962.  One crew member survived, two killed.
				6212 to MASDC Jan 13, 1966
				6213 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
				6214 to MASDC Jan 31, 1966
				6215 (310th BW) crashed on takeoff at Goose Bay AB, Labrador May 5, 1959.
				6216 to MASDC Jan 25, 1966
				6217 to MASDC Jan 11, 1966
				6218 to MASDC Jan 19, 1966
				6219 to MASDC Oct 11, 1965
				6220 to MASDC Feb 4, 1966
				6221 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
				6222 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
				6223 to MASDC Jan 4, 1966
				6224 to MASDC Dec 8, 1965
				6225 to MASDC Jan 7, 1966
				6226 to MASDC Jan 11, 1966
				6227 (380th BW) landed short at Plattsburgh AFB, New York and burned up Aug 12, 1960.
				6228 to MASDC Oct 28, 1965
				6229 (310th BW) stalled and crashed near Falun, Kansas Oct 29, 1957.  Two crewmen killed.
				6230 (340th BW) destroyed by ground fire during refuelling 15 May 1962, Whiteman
					AFB, Missouri, 4 firemen killed, 18 injured.
				6231 to MASDC Nov 28, 1965
				6232 to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
				6233 to MASDC Jan 21, 1966
				6234 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 25, 1965.
				6235 retired from Mountain Home AFB, Idaho and to MASDC Feb 11, 1966.  To 3320th Maintenance Support Group May 1966.
				6236 to MASDC Mar 8, 1965
				6237 to MASDC Feb 10, 1966.  Returned to service May 5, 1966.  Crashed Jun 23, 1966
				6238 to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
				6239 to MASDC Oct 11, 1965
				6240 (2nd BW) landed short at Hunter AFB, Georgia and was destroyed Jan 14, 1958.
				6241 to MASDC Jan 7, 1966
				6242 to MASDC Feb 24, 1965
				6243 to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
				6244 was last production B-47E and went to 40th BW at Schilling AFB, KS.  Put on display at Air Force Museum 
					at Patterson Field in 1965, and stayed there until the present museum was built at Wright Field in 1971.  
					Rather than disassemble 6244, JB-47E 2280 (a flight test aircraft) was put on display at Wright Field 
					since it could be flown to the new museum site.  In 1971, 6244 was given to the local fire Department for 
					use in training and was eventually destroyed.
53-6245/6249		Boeing RB-47H-1-BW Stratojet
				MSN 4501386/450-1390.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				6245 converted to ERB-47H.  To MASDC Sep 7, 1967
				6246 converted to ERB-47H.  To MASDC Jan 9, 1967
				6247 to MASDC Oct 27, 1965.
				6248 (MSN 4501389, 55th SRW) crashed on takeoff at Kindley Field, Bermuda Oct 27, 1962. Four crew onboard killed.  
					Aircraft had been assigned to 343rd SRS, 55th SRW at Forbes AFB, KS.  Aircraft had been given an 
					incorrect mix of water/methanol, affecting engine thrust during takeoff
				6249 converted to ERB-47H.  To MASDC Jan 11, 1967
53-6250/6531		Cancelled contract for B-47
53-6532/6715		Republic F-84F-61-RE Thunderstreak
				6532 to Belgium as FU-146.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6533 to Netherlands AF as P-213
				6534 to Netherlands AF as P-201
				6535 to Netherlands AF as P-163.  W/o Apr 1, 1957
				6536 to Belgium as FU-76.  Preserved at Nancy as 28946
				6537 to Netherlands AF as P-212.  W/o Jun 8, 1970.
				6538 to Belgium as FU-77.  W/o Oct 18, 1958
				6539 to Belgium as FU-97.  Preserved at Savigny
				6540 to Belgium as FU-101.  W/o Oct 16, 1962.
				6541 to Belgium as FU-78.  W/o Jul 9, 1962
				6542 to Netherlands AF as P-247.  W/o in 1957
				6543 MAP to Belgian AF Sep 1956 as FU-59.  SOC Dec 1971.  Broken up at Koksijde.
				6544 to Netherlands AF as P-202.  W/o in 1956
				6545 to Netherlands AF as P-214. then to Greek AF
				6546 to Belgium as FU-148.  Broken up at Koksijde.
				6547 to Netherlands AF as P-164
				6548 to Netherlands AF as P-203
				6549 to Belgium as FU-60.  W/o Jan 26, 1968.
				6550 to Klu as P-227 5/18/1956.  Crashed 12/18/1956 and
					written off.  Only pieces survive.
				6551 to Belgium as FU-140.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6552 to Belgium as FU-100.  W/o Jan 19, 1959 when compressor stage blade broke in the engine.  Crashed 2 km N
					of Eksel, Belgium.  Pilot ejected safely.
				6553 to Belgium as FU-114.  W/o Sep 12, 1962.
				6554 MAP to Belgian AF Jul 1956 as FU-137.  W/o in accident at Florennes AB, Belgium Feb 9, 1969.
				6555 to Belgium as FU-83.  W/o Mar 18, 1957
				6556 to Netherlands AF as P-204
				6557 to Netherlands AF as P-165
				6558 to Netherlands AF as P-215.  W/o Jun 12, 1964
				6559 to Belgium as FU-135.  W/o Oct 28, 1961.
				6560 to Belgium as FU-65.  W/o Mar 18, 1957.
				6561 to Belgium as FU-102.  W/o Feb 17, 1957.
				6562 to Netherlands AF as P-211.  W/o Jun 20, 1961
				6563 to Netherlands AF as P-221
				6564 to Belgium as FU-84.  W/o Aug 6, 1964.
				6565 to Belgium as FU-98.  W/o Oct 16, 1962.
				6566 to Netherlands AF as P-216
				6567 to Netherlands AF as P-205 in 1956 with No 315 and No. 314
					squadron.  SOC 10/22/1970.  To Deelen AB for
					decoy duties.  Moved to Nijmegen/LIMOS 4/14/1978,
					replacing Thunderstreak P-183 as gate guard.
					Replaced by F-104G D-8053 in Jan 1989 and
					Transported to Gilze-Rijen in 1989.  Reported at
					Kamp Zeist in 1990.
				6568 to Netherlands AF as P-209
				6569 to Netherlands AF as P-217.  W/o Apr 8, 1957
				6570 to Belgium as FU-79.  W/o Oct 1, 1956.
				6571 MAP to Belgian AF Mar 1956 as FU-85.  SOC Dec 1972.  Broken up at Kleine Brogel
				6572 to Netherlands AF as P-210.  W/o Aug 21, 1958
				6573 to Belgium as FU-80.  W/o Aug 10, 1965.
				6574 MAP to Belgian AF Sep 1956 as FU-142. SOC Ded 1971.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6575 to Netherlands AF as P-256. W/o in 1957
				6576 to Netherlands AF as P-206
				6577 to Belgium as FU-81.  W/o May 30, 1960.
				6578 to Netherlands AF as P-223
				6579 to Italian AF
				6580 to Belgium as FU-118.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6581 to Belgium as FU-95.  SOC Apr 21, 1970
				6582 to Netherlands AF as P-229 in 1956 with No. 314 Squadron.
					To No. 315 Squadron in 1960.  SOC 1970.  To
					Volkel in 1971 for decoy duties.  Reserialed
					"P-312" by No. 312 Squadron.  To Reek in 1979.
				6583 to Belgium as FU-86.  W/o/ Oct 26, 1966
				6584 to Netherlands AF as P-248 in 1956 with No. 315 Squadron.
					SOC 9/25/1970.  Refurbished and put on
					display at Llu air display show at Deelen in
					June 1973.  In storage at Gilze-Rijen and 
					displayed at occasional airshows.   Moved
					To Verkeerspark Assen for display from April
					To September 1989.  In 2012 installed as gate guardian at Volkel Air Base.
				6585 to Netherlands AF as P-207.  W/o Nov 10, 1960
				6586 to Netherlands AF as P-208.
				6587 to Belgium as FU-82.  To Brustem as decoy.
				6589 to Belgium as FU-87.  W/o May 18, 1962.
				6590 to Netherlands AF as P-219.  W/o Sep 4, 1962
				6591 at Rimini
				6592 to Netherlands AF as P-218.  Then to Greek AF
				6593 to Belgium as FU-109.  W/o Sep 25, 1957
				6594 to Netherlands AF as P-249.  W/o Oct 15, 1958
				6595 to Netherlands AF as P-253.  W/o in 1958
				6596 to Netherlands AF as P-242.  W/o in 1957
				6597 to Belgium as FU-103.  Preserved at Florennes as FU-66
				6598 to Belgium as FU-88.  W/o Sep 14, 1958
				6599 to Belgium as FU-96.  W/o Mar 15, 1962.
				6600 to Netherlands AF 7/27/1956 as P-254.  SOC 10/2/1970.  Turned 
					over to Anthony Fokker School 4/20/1971.  Noted Feb 2007
					preserved at Amsterdam/Schiphol Ap.
				6601 to Belgium as FU-132.  @/o Aug 12, 1957.
				6602 to Belgium as FU-94.  W/o Nov 9, 1970
				6603 to Netherlands AF as P-222
				6604 to Netherlands AF in 1956 as P-224 with No. 313 Squadron.  To 311
					Squadron in 1959.  SOC 1970.  Used for decoy
					Duties at de Peel.  To MSS at Reek in 1979.
				6605 to Netherlands AF P-225.  W/o Dec 31, 1957
				6606 to Netherlands AF as P-166 7/6/1956.  SOC 9/30/1970.  
					Transpored Eindhoven-Twente by road May 6, 1971.
					Presently located at Twente airbase.
				6607 to Belgium as FU-136.  W/o Jan 27, 1961.
				6608 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-232.  W/o Jun 5, 1967 when crashed near Eindhoven AB whille practicing a four-
					aircraft demonstration rehersal.
				6609 to Belgium as FU-115.  W/o Apr 22, 1958.
				6610 MAP to Belgian AF as FU-108.  To Florennes as decoy.  Preserved and on display at Florennes AB, Belgium
				6611 to Netherlands AF as P-228, then to Greek AF
				6612 to Netherlands AF as P-226 5/7/1956.  SOC 10/2/90.  To LETS, Deelen mid-1971.  To Klu museum collection
					and transported to DVM/Gilze-Rijen in 1984.  In 1985 moved to Kamp Zeist and replaced F-84F
					P-230.
				6613 MAP to Belgian AF Oct 1956 as FU-145.  SOC Feb 1971.  Stored Koksijde, later as decoy at Kleine Brogen. 
					Preserved at Kleine Brogel
				6614 to Italian AF
				6615 to Belgium as FU-110.  W/o Jan 17, 1962.
				6618 to Belgium as FU-99.  W/o Oct 13, 1959
				6619 to Italian AF
				6620 to Netherlands AF as P-233
				6621 to Netherlands AF as P-234
				6622 to Belgium as FU-75.  W/o Feb 13, 1958.
				6623 to Italian AF
				6624 to Italian AF
				6625 to Netherlands AF as P-241.  W/o in 1957
				6626 to Netherlands AF as P-183.   W/o Jul 20, 1956
				6627/6629 to Italian AF
				6632/6640 to Italian AF
					6637 to Italian AF as MM53-6637.  Noted June 2004 at a furniture
						store in Rimini, Italy
				6642 to Italian AF.  Landed in error at an airfield in Czechoslovakia Oct 12, 1959; 
					the airfield's NDB operated on the same frequency as that of an unspecified NATO base, 
					apparently in a deliberate (and in this case successful!) attempt to lure NATO aircraft to 
					that base.  In its montly report for December 1959 the Statistical Office of the 
					Italian Ministry of Defence listed the Italian AF's F-84F strength as '66, 
					including one abroad'!
				6645 to Italian AF
				6646 to Italian AF as MM-6646, noted Fall 2003 at Museu dell
					Aviazione, Cerbaiola, Italy painted as '5-36591'
				6648/6650 to Italian AF
				6650 to Netherlands AF as P-227.  W/o in 1957
				6652/6654 to Italian AF
				6656/6660 to Italian AF
				6662 to Italian AF
				6663 to Netherlands AF as P-167, then to Greek AF
				6665 to Italian AF
				6666 to Italian AF
				6668 to Italian AF
				6669 to Italian AF
				6670 to Netherlands AF as P-168
				6671 to Netherlands AF as P-169
				6672 to Italian AF
				6673 to Netherlands AF as P-170 6/11/56.  SOC 2/10/1970.  Used as
					decoy at Gilze-Rijen 1971-1980.  TO Fokker 
					Technical Training School 1980.
				6674 to Netherlands AF as P-176. W/o in 1958
				6675 to Belgium as FU-89.  W/o Apr 16, 1958
				6676 to Netherlands AF as P-177, then to Greek AF
				6677 MAP to Belgian AF Sep 1956 as FU-66.  SOC May 1971.  To Brustem as decoy.  Displayed at Kleine Brogel AB, Belgium
				6678 to Netherlands AF as P-172
				6679 to Belgium as FU-90.  W/o Jun 1, 1960
				6680 to Belgium as FU-126.  W/o Apr 7, 1962.
				6681 MAP to Belgian AF Sep 1956 as FU-67.  SOC Feb 1971.  Stored at Koksijde, later to Kleine Brogel as decoy BA-03
				6682 to Italian AF
				6683 to Belgium as FU-68.  W/o Dec 14, 1956
				6684 to Belgium as FU-107.  W/o Oct 16, 1958
				6685 to Belgium as FU-69.  W/o Mar 6, 1957.
				6686 to Netherlands AF as P-186, then to Greek AF
				6687 to Netherlands AF 6/27/1956 as P-171.  SOC 6/19/1970.  Transported
					to Twente 5/6/1971 for use as decoy aircraft
					at the field.  Put on display at Twente AB.  This base closed in 2005.
					In 2009 plane was under restoration at Volkel AB to serve as gate guard.
				6688 to Netherlands AF as P-173, then to Greek AF.
				6689 to Netherlands AF as P-174, then to Greek AF.  Preserved at Preveza in Greek markings.
				6690 to Belgium as FU-112.  W/o Jun 12, 1963.
				6691 to Netherlands AF as P-184.  W/o Mar 17, 1958
				6692 to Netherlands AF as P-180, then to Greek AF
				6693 MAP to Belgian AF Aug 1956 as FU-91.  SOC Jan 1971.  Stored Koksijde, later to Florennes as decoy. Used
					for fire-fighting practice.
				6694 to Netherlands AF as P-175.  W/o Jan 28, 1957
				6695 to Belgium as FU-70.  W/o Jul 2, 1957.
				6696 to Italian AF
				6697 to Netherlands AF as P-187.  W/o Jan 9, 1961
				6699 to Netherlands AF as P-178.  W/o Dec 1956
				6700 to Belgium as FU-113.  Broken up at Koksijde.
				6701 to Belgium as FU-104.  W/o Jan 22 1963.
				6702 to Belgium as FU-92.  To Weelde dump
				6703 to Belgium as FU-71.  W/o Jul 2, 1957.
				6704 to Italian AF as MM53-6704 and gate guardian at Istrana Air Base i Oct 1989.  In Mar 2014 noted on display
					in 103o Gruppo are of the base
				6705 to Italian AF
				6706 to Netherlands AF as P-220, then to Greek AF
				6707 to Belgium as FU-105.  Stored at Kapellen for Brussels Museum
				6708 to Netherlands AF as P-181.  W/o May 24, 1966
				6709 to Belgium as FU-72.  W/o Mar 12, 1959 when collided in midar on landing with F-84F FU-170 (53-6972) at
					Lathuy, Belgium.  Pilot ejected safely.
				6711 to Italian AF
				6712 to Netherlands AF as P-179, then to Greek AF
				6713 to Italian AF
				6714 to Belgium as FU-73.  Broken up at Koksijde
53-6716/6835		Republic F-84F-66-RE Thunderstreak
				6716 MAP to Belgian AF Aug 1956 as FU-74.  SOC May 1971.  Stored Koksijde, later as decoy at Bierset as BA-04.
					Submerged in quarry at Esneux
				6717 to Belgium as FU-93.  to Bierset as decoy marked BA-03.
				6718 to Netherlands AF as P-182
				6719 to Italian AF
				6720 to Belgium as FU-119.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6721 to Italian AF
				6722 MAP to Belgian AF Jun 1956 as FU-106.  SOC Jan 1972.  Stored Koksijde, later as Decoy at Bierset as BA-05.
					Scrapped.  Reported preserved at Musee du Chateau de Savigny, Savigny-Les-Beaune, France, not confirmed.
				6726 to Netherlands AF as P-230
				6727 to Netherlands AF as P-235
				6728 to Italian AF
				6729 to Belgium as FU-120.  W/o Jul 23, 1969.
				6730 to Italian AF
				6731 to Belgium as FU-131.  W/o Aug 21, 1957.
				6732 flew with USAF Thunderbirds 1955.  To Italian AF
				6733 to Italian AF
				6735/6737 to Italian AF
					6735 flew with USAF Thunderbirds 1955
				6738 to Belgium as FU-116.  Preserved at Savigny
				6739 to Belgium as FU-117.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6740 to Italian AF as MM53-6740 preserved at Ghedi Air Base, Italy
				6741 to Netherlands AF as P-236, then to Greek AF as 36741.  Preserved at Ioannina Mar 2012.
				6742 to Netherlands AF as P-231
				6744 to Netherlands AF as P-237.  W/o Oct 23, 1961
				6745 to Netherlands AF as P-255, then to Greek AF
				6746 to Belgium as FU-127.  W/o Sep 30, 1957
				6747 to Belgium as FU-141.  W/o Oct 20, 1963.
				6748 to Netherlands AF as P-243 with No 314 Squadron.  To No 315
					Squadron in 1960.  SOC 1970.  Later used as decoy
					aircraft and instructional airframe at Deelen AB.
					Still there without a fin.
				6749 to Belgium as FU-128.  W/o Mar 20, 1969.
				6750 to Belgium as FU-124.  W/o Jun 20, 1966.
				6751 flew with USAF Thunderbirds 1955.  To Belgium as FU-129.  W/o Jan 28, 1960.
				6752 to Netherlands AF as P-244
				6753 to Belgium as FU-121.  W/o Jun 20, 1966.
				6754 to Netherlands AF as P-238, then to Grek AF
				6755 to Belgium as FU-122.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6756 to Netherlands AF as P-239, then to Greek AF
				6757 to Netherlands AF as P-245. W/o in 1957
				6758 to Luftwaffe as BA+101, DA+380, DA+124, DF+124.  W/o Mar 21, 1963
				6759 to Belgium as FU-134.  To Brustem as decoy
				6760 to Belgium as FU-125.  Preserved at Toulouse
				6761 to Netherlands AF as P-240
				6762 to Belgium as FU-133.  W/o Feb 3, 1967.
				6763 to Luftwaffe as BA+102.  W/o Apr 5, 1957
				6764 to Netherlands AF as P-252.  W/o Jul 3, 1970
				6765 to Belgium as FU-152.  To Florennes as decoy
				6766 to Luftwaffe as DB+121
				6767 to Netherlands AF as P-246.  W/o Aug 29, 1957
				6768 MAP to Belgian AF May 24, 1956 as FU-123. SOC May 13, 1971.  Stored Koksijde Jun 22, 1971, later as 
					decoy at Beauvechain Feb 25, 1972 as ‘ThunderMirage’ BA-02.
					Stored at Weelde for Royal Army Museum.  To the Musée du Château de Savigny, Savigny-Les-Beaune, France
					Preserved and on display at the Musée Européen de l'Aviation de Chasse at Montélimar, France
				6769 MAP to Belgian AF Jun 1956 as FU-130.  SOC Dec 1971.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6770 flew with USAF Thunderbirds 1955.  To Netherlands AF as P-250.  W/o Jul 17, 1958
				6771 flew with USAF Thunderbirds 1955.  To Luftwaffe as DB+322
				6772 to Netherlands AF as P-251
				6773 to Luftwaffe as BA+105, DB+367.  To Turkey
				6774 to Luftwaffe as BA+106, DA+381, DA+116, DF+116, DF+380.  To Turkey
				6775 to Luftwaffe as BA+107, BA+133, DB+374.  Scrapped 1965
				6776 to Luftwaffe as BA+108, DB+375.  To Turkey
				6777 to Luftwaffe as BA+109, DB+376.  To Turkey
				6778 to Luftwaffe as BA+110, DB+377.  W/o Mar 21, 1963
				6779 flew with USAF Thunderbirds 1955.  To Luftwaffe as BA+111, DB+378.  W/o Jul 6, 1964
				6780 to Netherland AF in 1956 as P-263 with No. 313 Squadron.  To
					No 312 Squadron 1958.  SOC 1970.  Moved to Gilze-
					Rijen for storage.  On loan to Autotron, Rosmalen 
					since August 1987.
				6781 to Belgium as FU-139.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6782 to Belgium as FU-138.  W/o Feb 9, 1968.
				6783 to Belgium as FU-144.  now on display at
					Musee Col Avir lallemant DFC at Florennes
					Air Base.  Painted as FU-52, code UR-H
				6784 to Belgium as FU-153.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6786 to Netherlands AF as P-258.  W/o Mar 16, 1959
				6787 to Netherlands AF as P-266
				6788 to Luftwaffe as DR+245, DA+362. 
				6789 to Netherlands AF as P-257.  W/o May 3, 1968 
				6791 MAP to Belgian AF Sep 1956 as FU-143.  SOC Feb 1971.  Stored Koksijde, later to Beauvechain as decoy.
					Used for fire-fighting pracice
				6793 to Belgium as FU-147.   W/o Apr 22, 1959.
				6794 to Netherlands AF as P-265, then to Greek AF
				6795 to Belgium as FU-149.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6796 to Luftwafe as DR+245, DA+362, DF+363.  To Greek AF.  W/o Jul 6, 1964
				6797 to Netherlands AF as P-259, then to Greek AF
				6798 to Netherlands AF as P-262, then to Greek AF
				6800 to Netherlands AF as P-260.  W/o Apr 25, 1959 after midair collision with F-84F P-154.  Pilot bailed out safely.
				6803 to Luftwaffe as BA+118, DB+379.   Crashed Sep 14, 1961 with Jabo32
				6804 to Luftwaffe as BA+112, DB+365.  Preserved at Lichtenfeld
				6805 to Italian AF as MM53-6805.  In 2007 at National Museum of Science
					and Technology Leonardo da Vinci, Pisa.
				6806 MAP to Belgian AF as FU-154.  To Florennes as decoy.  To gate guard.  Preserved and on display on a 
					roundabout on the Dinant to Phiippeville road at Vodecee, Wallonne, Belgium
				6808 to Netherlands AF as P-264
				6809 to Luftwaffe as BA+113, DB+333, DB+233, DB+333.  To Turkey
				6810 to Italian AF
				6811 to Belgium as FU-155.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6813 to Italian AF
				6814 to Italian AF
				6815 to Luftwaffe as DR+249, DA+363, DF+363.  To Turkey
				6816 to Luftwaffe as DB+380, DB+233, DB+305.  To Turkey
				6817/6823 to Italian AF
				6824 to Belgium as FU-159 c1953.  SOC Apr 30, 1971.  To Koksijde for storage.  To Bierset as decoy marked as BA-066.
					To Musee du Chateau de Sagigny, Savigny-Les-Beaune.  Stored dismantled.
				6825 to Italian AF
				6826 to Luftwaffe as DR+350, DA+125.  To Turkey
				6827/6829 to Italian AF
				6830 to Belgium as FU-150.  W/o Jul 26, 1967.
				6833 to Italian AF
				6834 to Belgium as FU-156.  Stored at Weelde
				6835 to Italian AF
53-6836/6955		Republic F-84F-71-RE Thunderstreak
				6836 to Netherlands AF as P-161
				6837 to Luftwaffe as BA+101, BA+701, DA+383, DA+123, DF+123.  To Turkey
				6838 to Italian AF
				6839 to Italian AF
				6841/6845 to Italian AF
					6845 noted summer 2003 preserved at Rivolto AB, Italy in 'Diavolo Rossi' colors.
				6847 to Italian AF
				6848 to Italian AF
				6849 to Netherlands AF as P-267
				6850/6853 to Italian AF
				6854 to Belgium as FU-151.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6855 to Italian AF as MM53-6855.  Preserved at Ghedi AB, Italy.
				6856 to Italian AF
				6858/6861 to Italian AF
				6864 to Belgium as FU-175.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6865 to Italian AF
				6867 to Luftwaffe as DR+106, DA+366, DF+366.  To Turkey
				6868 to Luftwaffe as DF+360
				6869 to Luftwaffe as DR+119, DA+360, DF+360.  To Turkey
				6870 to Belgium as FU-180. W/o Jul 4, 1960.
				6871 to Netherlands AF as P-269.  W/o Nov 4, 1968
				6872 to Luftwaffe as DD+255, DB+372.  To Turkey
				6873 flew with USAF Thunderbirds 1955.  To Belgium as FU-171.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6874 to Luftwaffe as DE+110, DB+124, DB+378.  To Turkey
				6875 to Italian AF
				6876 to Luftwaffe as DD+249, DA+376.  W/o Aug 2, 1960
				6877 to Luftwaffe as DR+111, DB+122, DC+384, DA+243, DF+243, DF+343.  To Turkey
				6879 to Luftwaffe as DF+377
				6880 to Italian AF
				6882 to Netherlands AF as P-299. W/o Sep 2, 1958
				6883 to Luftwaffe as DF+367
				6884 to Netherlands AF as P-273
				6885 to Belgium as FU-157.  W/o Oct 11, 1957.
				6886 to Luftwaffe as DB+330
				6887 to Netherlands AF as P-195, then to Greek AF
				6888 MAP to Belgian AF May 1957 as FU-177.  SOC Jan 1972.  Stored Koksijde, later as decoy at Kleine Brogel 
					'ThunderMirage’ BA-04.  Preserved and on display by the Aeroclub Sanicole at Leopoldsburg-Beverlo 
					Airfield, Leopoldsburg, Belgium
				6890 to Netherlands AF as P-188.  W/o Aug 7, 1962
				6891 to Belgium as FU-158.  To Beauvechain as decoy, broken up.
				6892 to Italian AF as AF MM53-6892, In 1987 on display at Italian AF Museum, Vigna di Valle
				6893 to Netherlands AF as P-268.  W/o Jul 4, 1968
				6896 to Netherlands AF as P-270.  W/o Nov 20, 1962
				6897 to Luftwaffe as DF+351
				6898 to Netherlands AF as P-271.  W/o Nov 21, 1960
				6899 to Belgium as FU-160.  Preserved at Siefertshofen
				6902 to Luftwaffe as DF+361
				6903 to Luftwaffe as DB+360
				6904 to Luftwaffe as DB+364
				6905 to Italian AF
				6906 to Belgium as FU-161.  W/o Mar 25, 1964.
				6907 to Netherlands AF as P-189
				6908 to Netherlands AF as P-190
				6909 to Italian AF
				6910 to Italian AF
				6911 to Italian AF
				6912 to Netherlands AF as P-300
				6913 to Belgium as FU-173.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6914 to Belgium as FU-176.  W/o May 13, 1958.
				6915 to Netherlands AF as P-196.  W/o Apr 27, 1959
				6916 to Netherlands AF in 1957 as P-191 with No 316 Squadron, and 
					later with No. 311 Squadron.  SOC 10/2/1970.  To 
					Eindhoven-Gilze-Rijen mid 1971 for decoy duty.  On 
					Display as gate guard at Gilze-Rijen since 1979.
				6918 to Netherlands AF as P-197.  W/o Apr 27, 1959
				6919 to Belgium as FU-162.  W/o Jun 22, 1960.
				6920 to Netherlands AF as P-274.  Became instructional airframe with LETS
				6921 to Netherland AF as P-192.  SOC Apr 20, 1970 and became decoy at Eindhoven AB.
				6922 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-193.  W/o Apr 21, 1969 at Siegen, Germany
				6923 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-275.  W/o Jan 14, 1970.  Wreck to Gilze Rijen AB, Holland
				6924 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-277.  SOC Sep 7, 1970.  Became decoy at Gilze Rijen AB.
					Displayed at Schaarsbergen, Holland.
				6925 to Netherlands AF in 1957 with No. 311 Squadron (P-194).  
					SOC 1970.  Since 1978 used by local
					fire brigade.
				6926 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-272.  Wo Dec 16, 1968 at Tiel, Holland
				6927 to Luftwaffe
				6928 to Belgium as FU-166.  Broken up at Koksijde.
				6929 MAP to Belgian AF Jan 1958 as FU-178.  W/o in accident at Ramelfaghen, West Germany Jul 12, 1962.
				6930 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-199.  W/o Mar 25, 1958 at Eindhoven AB
				6931 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-198.  W/o Apr 6, 1970 in Norwegian fjord during NATO exercise
				6932 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-200.  SOC Jul 1, 1970 and became decoy at Eindhoven AB.
				6933 MAP to Belgian AF Oct 1957 as FU-163.  SOC Dec 1971.  Broken up at Koksijde.
				6934 to Italian AF
				6935 to Luftwaffe as DC+374.  To Turkish AF
				6936 to Royal Netherlands AF as P-298.  W/o Nov 28, 1960 while practicing simulated emergency landing procedure.
				6937 to Italian AF.  Stored at Pisa AB, Italy
				6938 to Belgium as FU-167.  Broken up at Koksijde.
				6939 to Belgium as FU-168.  w/o May 8, 1967.
				6941 to Belgium as FU-179.  To Florennes as decoy.
				6943 to Luftwaffe as DB+362.  To Turkish AF
				6944 to Luftwaffe as DF+371.  To Turkish AF
				6945 to Luftwaffe as DF+374.  To Turkish AF
				6946 to Luftwaffe as DF+379.  To Turkish AF
				6947 to Belgium as FU-164.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6948 to Luftwaffe as DF+342.  To Turkish AF
				6949 to Italian AF
				6950 to Luftwaffe as DF+369.   To Turkish AF
				6951 MAP to Belgian AF Sep 1957 as FU-165.  W/o at Solenzara AB, Corsica Apr 28, 1965.  To Technical School
					at Safraanberg, Belgium as a ground instructional aircraft.  SOC Jul 1971.
				6952 to Italian AF.  Stored at Piacenza in 1972.
				6953 to Luftwaffe as DB+338.  To Turkish AF
				6954 to Luftwaffe as DF+125.  To Turkish AF
				6955 to Luftwaffe as DF+275.  To Turkish AF
53-6956/7075		Republic F-84F-76-RE Thunderstreak
				6956 to Belgium as FU-169.  W/o Nov 23, 1964 at Assesse, Belgium.
				6957 to Italian AF.  Stored at Livorno, Italy
				6958 to Luftwaffe as ???  To Turkish AF
				6959 to Italian AF.  To Turkish AF
				6960 to Belgium as FU-172.  Broken up at Koksijde
				6961 to Luftwaffe as ???.  To Turkish AF
				6962 to Belgium as FU-174.  To instructional airframe at Saffraanberg.  Broken up.
				6964 to Italian AF
				6965 to Luftwaffe as DF+232.  To Turkish AF.
				6967 to Luftwaffe as ???.  To Turkish AF
				6968 to Luftwaffe as as DB+354.  To Turkish AF
				6969 flew with USAF Thunderbirds 1955.  To Italian AF
				6970 to Italian AF as MM53-6970.  Front fuselage noted Fall 2003 at Muse 
					dell'Aviazione, Cerbaiola, Italy
				6971 to Luftwaffe as DC+312.   To Turkish AF
				6972 to Belgium as FU-170.  W/o Mar 12, 1959 when collided in midair with F-84F FU-72 (53-6709) at
					Lathuy, Belgium.  Pilot ejected safely.
				6974 to Luftwaffe as DF+326.  To Turkish AF
				6975 to Italian AF
				6977 to Luftwaffe as ???.  Displayed at Hamburg, Germany.
				6978 to Luftwaffe as ???.  To Turkish AF
				6979 to Luftwaffe as DC+109, DC+363.  To Turkey
				6980 to Luftwaffe as DC+234, DC+314, DF+314.  To Turkey
				6981 to Italian AF
				6982 to Luftwaffe as DC+101, DC+301, DC+301.  To Turkey
				6983 to Luftwaffe as DD+244, DC+375, DC+333, DC+375, DB+374.  To Turkey
				6984 to Luftwaffe as DC+121, DC+321.  To Turkey
				6985 to Luftwaffe as DC+103, DC+346, DB+378, DB+106.  W/o Aug 6, 1964
				6986 to Luftwaffe as DD+101, DR+?, DA+373, DA+116.  W/o Feb 28, 1961
				6987 to Luftwaffe as BA+256, DB+107, DB+307.  To Greece
				6988 to Italian AF
				6989 to Luftwaffe as BA+143, DB+255. 
				6990 to Luftwaffe as DD+115, DR+?, DC+368, DC+325, DB+325.  To Turkey
				6991 to Luftwaffe as DD+251, DB+382, DB+114, DB+314.  To Turkey
				6992 to Luftwaffe as BA+151, DD+128, DC+367, DC+324, DB+324.  To Turkey
				6993 to Luftwaffe as DD+256, DC+372.  W/o Jun 24, 1960.
				6994 to Luftwaffe as DR+102, DC+233, DC+311, DB+311.  To Turkey
				6995 to Luftwaffe as DD+112, DA+371, DF+371, DF+116.  To Turkey
				6996 to Luftwaffe as DB+255, DB+355.  To Turkey
				6997 to Luftwaffe as DC+113.  
				6998 to Luftwaffe as BA+104, BA+704, DA+378, DF+378.  To Turkey
				6999 to Luftwaffe as DC+122, DC+322.  To Turkey
				7000 to Netherlands AF as P-276 1957 with No. 311 Squadron.
					To No.314 and later to No. 315 Squadron
					In 1959.  SOC 1970.  To De Peel 1971 for
					decoy duty.  To Oss early 1980.
				7001 to Luftwaffe as DC+318, DB+318.  To Turkey
				7002 to Luftwaffe as DE+103, DD+243, DC+374, DC+336.  To Turkey
				7003 to Luftwaffe as DD+120, DA+372, DF+372.  To Turkey
				7004 to Luftwaffe as DC+257, DC+331.  To Turkey.
				7005 to Luftwaffe as DD+108, DC+360, DC+329, DB+329.  To Turkey
				7006 to Luftwaffe as DB+125, DB+379.  To Turkey
				7007 to Luftwaffe as DD+257, DC+380, DC+369.  To Turkey
				7008 to Luftwaffe as DR+103, DD+105, DB+362, DB+232.  W/o Apr 11, 1962.
				7009 to Luftwaffe as BA+105, BA+705, DC+372, DB+306.  To Turkey
				7010 to Luftwaffe as DD+109, DB+381, DB+115, DB+315.  To Turkey
				7011 to Luftwaffe as DD+258, DC+379, DC+309, DB+309.  To Turkey
				7012 to Luftwaffe as DA+252, DF+252, DF+352.  To Turkey
				7013 to Luftwaffe as DC+231, DB+331.  To Turkey
				7014 to Luftwaffe as DC+127, DC+327, DB+327.  To Turkey
				7015 to Luftwaffe as DE+104, DB+114, BF+111.  To Turkey
				7016 to Luftwaffe as DD+240, DC+371.  Scrapped at Memmingen 1970s
				7017 to Luftwaffe as DD+245, DA+375, DE+375.  W/o Jul 19, 1963
				7018 to Luftwaffe as DC+128, DC+328, DF+328.  To Turkey for spare parts 
				7019 to Luftwaffe as DE+106, DC+117, DC+317.  To Turkey
				7020 to Luftwaffe as DD+239, DB+383.  
				7021 to Luftwaffe as DB+126, DB+326.  To Turkey
				7022 to Luftwaffe as DD+124, DC+365, DC+253, DC+320, DC+252, DC+370.  To Turkey
				7023 to Luftwaffe as DD+248, DC+378, DC+335, DB+377.  To Turkey
				7024 to Luftwaffe as DD+121, DB+368.  To Greece
				7025 to Luftwaffe as DD+247, DC+277, DC+334, DB+334, DB+106, DB+366.  To Turkey
				7026 to Luftwaffe as DD+117, DC+254, DC+330.  To Turkey.  Preserved at Konya AB, Turkey
				7027 to Luftwaffe as DD+125, DC+253
				7028 to Luftwaffe as DC+122.  W/o Aug 17, 1959.
				7029 to Luftwaffe as DD+246, DC+376, DC+307, DB+308, DB+256, DB+329.  To Turkey 
				7030 to Luftwaffe as DD+114, DC+361, DC+303, DB+303.  To Turkey
				7031 to Luftwaffe as DD+233, DB+369, DB+232, DB+332.  To Turkey
				7032 to Luftwaffe as DD+239, DC+115, DC+315.  
				7033 to Luftwaffe as DB+233.  W/o Jun 19, 1961
				7034 to Luftwaffe as DA+258, DF+258, DF+325.  To Turkey
				7035 to Luftwaffe as DD+236, DC+370, DC+305, DB+305.  To Turkey
				7036 to Luftwaffe as DB+247.  W/o Nov 17, 1959
				7037 to Luftwaffe as DB+105, DA+365.  W/o Sep 18, 1959
				7038 to Luftwaffe as DD+235, DC+235, DF+235, DF+335.  To Turkey
				7039 to Luftwaffe as DD+237, DA+257, DF+257, DF+357.  To Turkey
				7040 to Luftwaffe as DD+234, DB+370, DB+243, DB+381.  To Turkish AF.
					On display as 6-001 at Bandirma AB, Turkey.
				7041 to Luftwaffe as DD+102, DB+360, DB+247, DB+347.  To Turkey
				7042 to Luftwaffe as DD+103 DB+361.  To Greece
				7043 to Luftwaffe as DB+250, DB+350.  To Turkey
				7044 to Luftwaffe as DD+113, DC+369, DC+304, DF+304.  To Turkey
				7045 to Luftwaffe as DD+242, DC+373, DC+251, DC+319.  On display at Cochem
				7046 to Luftwaffe as DD+104, DC+363, DC+113, DC+313, DB+373.  WFU
				7047 to Luftwaffe as DD+232, DB+371, DB+239, DB+339.  To Turkey
				7048 to Luftwaffe as DA+109, DF+109, DF+309.  To Turkey
				7049 to Luftwaffe as BA+251.  W/o. May 23, 1958
				7050 to Luftwaffe as DB+252, DB+383.  Then to Greek AF as 37050.  Preserved at 
					Larissa AB, Greece.
				7051 to Luftwaffe as DD+241, DC+312, DC+382, DC+372.  To Turkey
				7052 to Luftwaffe as DD+118, DC+258, DC+332, DF+302.  Scrapped for spare parts
				7053 to Luftwaffe as DD+105, DC+383, DC+373.  WFU
				7054 to Luftwaffe as DB+236, DB+336.  To Turkey
				7055 to Luftwaffe as DB+237, DB+337.  To Turkey
				7056 to Luftwaffe as DD+116, DC+362.  Scrapped for spare parts
				7057 to Luftwaffe as DB+246.  W/o Feb 10, 1960
				7058 to Luftwaffe as DA+111, DF+114, DF+316.  On display at Technische Hochschule, Bremen.  To Hangar 7
					Luftwaffe Museum as DF+316 Jun 2008.
				7059 to Luftwaffe as DD+106, DB+363.  To Turkey
				7060 to Luftwaffe as DD+231.  W/o Aug 31, 1959
				7061 to Luftwaffe as DC+258, DA+382, DA+127, DF+127.  Scrapped for spare parts, Turkey?
				7062 to Luftwaffe as BA+106, BA+706, DA+376, DF+376.  To Turkey
				7063 to Luftwaffe as DB+256.  To Turkey
				7064 to Luftwaffe as DD+123, DC+364, DC+110, DC+310.  W/o May 29, 1963
				7065 to Luftwaffe as BA+107, BA+707, DA+383, DF+383, DF+104, DF+334.  Scrapped spare parts
					for Turkey?
				7066 to Luftwaffe as DC+237, DC+316, DB+370. WFU
				7067 to Luftwaffe as DD+119.  W/o Aug 5, 1959
				7068 to Luftwaffe as DB+235
				7069 to Luftwaffe as DA+255, DF+255, DF+355.  To Turkey
				7070 to Luftwaffe as DC+239, DC+356, DF+356.  Scrapped spare parts for Turkey?
				7071 to Luftwaffe as DB+235, DB+335.  To Turkey
				7072 to Luftwaffe as DC+236, DC+366, DF+370.  To Turkey
				7073 to Luftwaffe as DC+244, DC+333.  To Turkey
				7074 to Luftwaffe as DD+111, DA+370, DA+234, DF+234.  To Turkey
				7075 to Luftwaffe as BA+108, BA+708, DA+373, DF+373.  To Turkey
53-7076/7230		Republic F-84F-81-RE Thunderstreak
				7076 to Luftwaffe as DA+104, DF+104.  W/o May 16, 1962
				7077 to Luftwaffe as DC+256, DC+368, DB+369.  W/o Mar 4, 1964
				7078 to Luftwaffe as DC+231, DC+351, DB+351.  To Turkey
				7079 to Luftwaffe as DA+105, DF+105, DF+305.  W/o Sep 23, 1966
				7080 to Luftwaffe as DA+121.  W/o Apr 20, 1960
				7081 to Luftwaffe as DB+119, DB+319.  WFU
				7082 to Luftwaffe as DA+101, DF+101,DF+301
				7083 to Luftwaffe as DA+102, DF+102.  W/o Mar 27, 1962
				7084 to Luftwaffe as DC+254.  W/o Jul 16, 1959
				7085 to Luftwaffe as DA+103, DF+103, DF+303.  To Turkey
				7086 to Luftwaffe as DC+252, DV+352, DB+352.  To Turkey
				7087 to Luftwaffe as DA+236
				7088 to Luftwaffe as DC+247, DC+347 DB+347.  To Turkey
				7089 to Luftwaffe as DA+118, DF+118, DF+318.  Scrapped spare parts for Turkey
				7090 to Luftwaffe as BA+252
				7091 to Luftwaffe as DC+248, DC+348.  To Turkey
				7092 to Luftwaffe as DA+110, DF+110, DF+310.  To Turkey
				7093 to Luftwaffe as DA+106, DF+106.  W/o Jun 29, 1964
				7094 to Luftwaffe as DA+122, DF+122, DF+322.  To Turkey
				7095 to Luftwaffe as DC+240, DC+340, DF+310.  w/o Jun 29, 1964
				7096 to Luftwaffe as DC+125, DC+358, DF+358.  Scrapped for spare parts
				7097 to Luftwaffe as DA+123, BF+107.  WFU
				7098 to Luftwaffe as DA+234, DA+369, DF+369, DB+248, DF+348.  To Turkey
				7099 to Luftwaffe as DA+124, DA+380, DF+380, DF+116.  W/o Oct 15, 1963
				7100 to Luftwaffe as DA+125, DA+121, DF+121, DF+321.  Scrapped spare parts for Turkey
				7101 to Luftwaffe as DA+126, DF+126.  W/o Sep 7, 1964
				7102 to Luftwaffe as DA+127, BF+108.  On display at Kerpen as DA+127
				7103 to Luftwaffe as DC+246, DC+367, DB+011, DB+257, DB+341.  To Turkey
				7104 to Luftwaffe as DC+242, DC+342.  To Turkey
				7105 to Luftwaffe as DA+112, DF+112, DB+312.  To Turkey
				7106 to Luftwaffe as DC+253.  W/o Apr 6, 1960
				7107 to Luftwaffe as DA+107, DF+107, DF+307.  WFU
				7108 to Luftwaffe as BA+246, DA+232, BF+109.  WFU
				7109 to Luftwaffe as DB+249, DB+349.  To Turkey
				7110 to Luftwaffe as DC+111, DB+338.  To Turkey
				7111 to Luftwaffe as DB+251, DB+382.  To Turkey
				7112 to Luftwaffe as DA+120, DF+120.  W/o Jul 20, 1964
				7113 to Luftwaffe as DA+256, DF+256, DF+323.  To Turkey
				7114 to Luftwaffe as DC+255, DC+355.  To Turkey
				7115 to Luftwaffe as DA+240, DF+240, DF+330.  To Turkey
				7116 to Luftwaffe as DC+112, DC+320, DB+328.  To Turkey
				7117 to Luftwaffe as DA+241, DF+241, DF+341.  Scrapped spare parts for Turkey
				7118 to Luftwaffe as DC+110
				7119 to Luftwaffe as DA+242, DF+342.
				7120 to Luftwaffe as DC+250, DC+350, DF+350.  To Turkey
				7121 to Luftwaffe as DC+115.  W/o Dec 7, 1959
				7122 to Luftwaffe as DA+128, DF+128.  To Turkey
				7123 to Luftwaffe as DB+127.  To Turkey
				7124 to Luftwaffe as DA+253, DF+253.  To Turkey
				7125 to Luftwaffe as DA+243.  W/o Mar 15, 1961
				7126 to Luftwaffe as DB+101.  W/o Jun 22, 1959
				7127 to Luftwaffe as DC+110, DC+381, DA+232, DA+370, DF+370, DF+124, DF+324.  To Turkish AF
				7128 to Luftwaffe as DA+111, DF+111, DF+311.  To Turkish AF
				7129 to Luftwaffe as DC+241, DC+341, DB+121, DB+321.  To Turkey
				7130 to Luftwaffe as DC+249, DC+349, DB+012, DB+107, DB+377.  To Turkey
				7131 to Luftwaffe as DA+231, DF+231.  W/o Sep 14, 1961
				7132 to Luftwaffe as DB+232, DA+382, DF+382, DF+102, DF+306.  Scrapped for spare parts
				7133 to Luftwaffe as DC+243, DC+343, DB+343.  To Turkey
				7134 to Luftwaffe as DC+233, DF+233.  To Turkey
				7135 to Luftwaffe as DA+257, DA+383, DA+239, DF+239. To Turkey
				7136 to Luftwaffe as DB+128, DB+380.  To Turkey
				7137 to Luftwaffe as DB+258.  To Turkey
				7138 to Luftwaffe as DB+102, DB+359.  To Turkey
				7139 to Luftwaffe as BA+387. 
				7140 to Luftwaffe as DB+239.  W/o Dec 8, 1959
				7141 to Luftwaffe as DC+119, DC+339, DB+339.  To Turkey
				7142 to Luftwaffe as DB+240, DB+340.  To Turkey, on display at Eshisehir
				7143 to Luftwaffe as DA+234, DB+248, DB+348.  To Turkey
				7144 to Luftwaffe as DA+113, DF+113, DF+313.  Scrapped for spare parts
				7145 to Luftwaffe as ???.  To Greek AF.  Displayed at Andravida AB, Greece
				7146 to Luftwaffe as DA+120, BF+101.  Displayed at Friedrichshafen, Germany
				7147 to Luftwaffe as DC+245, DC+345, DB+362.  W/o Nov 8, 1963
				7148 to Luftwaffe as DA+109.  W/o Mar 26, 1958
				7149 to Luftwaffe as DA+244, DF+244.  To Turkey
				7150 to Luftwaffe as DA+235, DA+384, DF+384, DF+231, DF+331.  To Turkey
				7151 to Luftwaffe as DA+236, DF+236, DF+336.  To Turkey
				7152 to Luftwaffe as DC+235, DC+344, DB+013, DB+120.  W/o Dec 7, 1963
				7153 to Luftwaffe as BA+231, DR+231, BF+102.  WFU
				7154 to Luftwaffe as ???.   To Greek AF
				7155 to Luftwaffe as DA+108, DF+108, DF+308.  To Turkey
				7156 to Luftwaffe as DA+245, DF+245.  W/o Nov 9, 1964
				7157 to Luftwaffe as DB+115.  WFU
				7158 to Luftwaffe as DC+232, DC+359, DB+379, DB+234, DB+334.  To Turkey
				7159 to Luftwaffe as DA+246, DF+246, DF+346.  Scrapped for spare parts
				7160 to Luftwaffe as DB+116, DB+316.  To Greece
				7161 to Luftwaffe as DB+117, DB+317.  W/o Jul 14, 1965
				7162 to Luftwaffe as DC+382, DA+250, DF+250, DF+320.  Scrapped spare parts for Turkey
				7163 to Luftwaffe as DB+118, DB+374.  To Turkey
				7164 to Luftwaffe as DB+253, DB+353.  To Turkey
				7165 to Luftwaffe as DC+120, DC+360, DF+340.  To Turkey
				7166 to Luftwaffe as DB+112, DB+312.  To Turkey
				7167 to Luftwaffe as DR+118, DC+106, DC+337.  To Turkey
				7168 to Greek AF
				7169 to Luftwaffe as DB+120.  W/o Mar 13, 1961
				7170 to Luftwaffe as DB+121.  W/o Feb 25, 1960 ?
				7171 to Greek AF
				7172 to Luftwaffe as DB+113, DB+313.  To Turkey
				7173 to Luftwaffe as DB+104.  W/o Mar 24, 1959
				7174 to Luftwaffe as DA+119, DF+119, DF+319.  To Turkey
				7175 to Greek AF.  Stored at Preveza, Greece.
				7176 to Luftwaffe as DA+254, DF+254, DF+354.  To Turkey
				7177 to Luftwaffe as DB+103, DB+303.  To Turkey
				7178 to Luftwaffe as DA+114.  W/o Jul 2, 1958
				7179 to Luftwaffe as DA+117, DF+117, DF+317.  To Turkey
				7180 to Luftwaffe as DB+105.  To Turkish AF.  Displayed at Etimesgut airfield as 7180.
				7181 to Luftwaffe as DA+238, DF+238, DF+338.  Scrapped at Pferdsfeld 1971
				7182 to Luftwaffe as DB+257, DB+357.  To Greece.  Stored at Athens Apt, Greece.
				7183 to Luftwaffe as DB+122.  W/o Jul 31, 1959
				7184 to Luftwaffe as DC+251.  W/o May 1, 1961
				7185 to Luftwaffe as DA+116, DC+364, DC+357, DB+356.  To Turkish AF.  Preserved and on display at Turkish
					Air Force Hava Er Egitim tugay/Air Training Brigade Command, Kutahya, Turkey
				7186 to Luftwaffe as DB+123, DB+323.  To Turkey
				7187 to Luftwaffe as DC+114, DC+354, DB+354.  To Turkey
				7188 to Luftwaffe as DB+124.  W/o Jun 22, 1959
				7189 to Luftwaffe as DC+123, DC+353, DB+014, DB+116, DB+376.  To Turkey
				7190 to Luftwaffe as ???
				7191 to Luftwaffe as DA+247, DF+247, DF+347.  Scrapped for spare parts
				7192 to Luftwaffe as ???
				7193 to Luftwaffe as DB+114.  W/o Mar 9, 1959
				7194 to Luftwaffe as DA+115, DF+115, DF+315.  To Turkey
				7195 to Luftwaffe as DA+248, DF+248.  W/o Sep 3, 1962
				7196 to Luftwaffe as DA+249, DF+249, DF+349.  Scrapped spare parts for Turkey
				7197 to Luftwaffe as DB+241, DB+341.  To Turkey
				7198 to Luftwaffe as ???
				7199 to Luftwaffe as DB+255, DB+257.  W/o Feb 2, 1959
				7200 to Luftwaffe as DB+242, DB+342.  To Greece
				7201 to Greek AF.  Stored at Preveza AB, Greece
				7202 to Greek AF
				7203 to Greek AF.  Stored at Athens Apt, Greece
				7204 to Luftwaffe as DA+250, BF+110
				7205 to Luftwaffe as DB+243, DB+370, DB+233.  W/o May 29, 1964
				7206 to Luftwaffe as DB+110, DB+310.  To Turkey
				7207 to Luftwaffe as DA+251.  W/o Jul 22, 1959
				7208 to Luftwaffe as DA+252.  W/o Mar 20, 1959
				7209 to Greek AF.  Stored at Athens Apt, Greece
				7210 to Luftwaffe as DB+106.  W/o Apr 3, 1964
				7211 to Luftwaffe as DB+104, DB+304.  To Turkey
				7212 to Greek AF
				7213 to Luftwaffe as DB+108, DB+308.  To Turkey
				7214 to Luftwaffe as DB+109, DB+369.  To Turkey.  Displayed at gate at Balikesir AB, Turkey
				7215 to Greek AF
				7216 to Luftwaffe as DB+244, DB+344.  To Greece.  Now on display at Polemiko Mouseio,
					Athens, Greece.
				7217 to Luftwaffe as DB+111.  w/o Sep 8, 1964.
				7218 to Greek AF.  Displayed at gat at Souda AB, Greece
				7219 to Greek AF
				7220 to Greek AF
				7221 to Greek AF.
				7222 to Greek AF.  Stored at Preveza AB.  Dumped at Limnos Varos Apt in 1995.
				7223 to Greek AF
				7224 to Greek AF
				7225 to Greek AF.  Stored at Preveza AB 1986 to 1987.  Noted in scrapyard at Vonitsa.
				7226 to Greek AF
				7227 to Greek AF
				7228 to Greek AF
				7229 to Greek AF
				7230 to Greek AF.  Stored at Preveza AB, Greece 1986 to 1997.  Displayed at Araxoa AB, Greece.
53-7231/7520		Cancelled contract for F-84F
53-7521/7532		Republic RF-84F-35-RE Thunderflash
				7524 at Western Aerospace Museum, Oakland CA.  It was retrieved from NAS China Lake, where it served
					as a target tug.
				7529 displayed with Tennessee ANG at Nashville IAP, Tennessee
				7530 to China Lake ranges in 1975.  Displayed at Wingate airfield, CA
				7536 to MASDC
				7538 to MASDC as FA205 Jul 1, 1971.
				7543 displayed at gate at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas
				7548 displayed at gate at Lincoln ANGB, NB
				7549 to MASDC as FA153 Mar 12, 1971.  Had been to Denmark as C-649
				7550 to China Lake ranges in 1975
				7551 to Denmark as C-651
				7552 to China Lake ranges in 1975
53-7533/7558		Republic RF-84F-40-RE Thunderflash
				7554 at Glenn L. Martin Museum, Martin State AP, MD.
				7558 to MASDC
53-7559			Republic RF-84F-41-RE Thunderflash
				7559 to French AF
53-7560/7583		Republic RF-84F-46-RE Thunderflash
				7560 on display at David City, Nebraska at the airport.  Was at one time with French AF
				7561 to French AF.  Currently at China Lake near the B-4 track
				7562 to French AF
				7563 to French AF.  Returned to USAF
				7564 to Germany as EB-369
				7565 to French AF.  Returned to USAF.  To MASDC
				7568 to Chinal Lake ranges in 1975.
				7569 to French AF
				7570 on display at Enka Junior HS, Candler, NC since 1974.
					Still there as of 1992.
				7571 (MSN 623) to Royal Danish AF as C-571 May 3, 1957 as 37571, code KA-E.  w/o Sep 18, 1958 at Lauenau, West Germany
				7573 to French AF
				7574 (MSN 626) to Danish AF Jun 7, 1957 as 37574, code KA-F.  Assigned to 729 Squadron.  Code changed in 1960
					to C-574.  W/o Jun 16, 1961 at Koln, West Germany (Esk 729)
				7575 to Germany as EB-225, later EB-325, later EB-255.  To Greece.  On display at Messalongi Nov 1997.
				7576 to French AF
				7577 to French AF.  Displayed on gate at Strasbourg AB, France.
				7578 to French AF
				7579 to French AF
				7580 to French AF.  Returned to USAF.
				7581 (cn 633) to Royal Danish AF as 37581, code KA-J.  Assigned to 729 Squadron.  Code changed in 1960 to C-581.  
					Crash landed in open field due to fuel exhaustion Jan 25, 1958.  Rebuilt using forward part of fuselage
					of 53-7642.  WFU Dec 31, 1971.  Now preserved at Historske Forening Museet at Karup, Denmark
				7582 to Germany as EB-326
53-7584/7590		Republic RF-84F-41-RE Thunderflash
				7584 to Greek AF
				7585 to Italian AF.  Noted in scrapyard at Castrette, Italy.
				7586 to Italian AF
				7587 to French AF
				7588 (MSN 607) to Greek AF as 37588.  Preserved as gate guard at Larissa AB, Greece.
				7589 to Greek AF.  Stored at Athens APT Sep 1985.
				7590 to Greek AF
53-7591/7616		Republic RF-84F-40-RE Thunderflash
				7594 to MASDC as FA150 Mar 12, 1971
				7595 noted 2003 in Pate Museum of Transportation, Cresson, TX.  Reported Mar 14, 2008
					in storage at American Airpower Museum, Farmingdale, NY.
				7596 to MASDC
				7597 to MASDC
				7600 to MASDC as FA144 Mar 12, 1971.
				7602 to MASDC as FA147 Mar 12, 1971.
				7604 displayed at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma
				7610 (106th TRS/AL ANG) crashed 4.5 mi SW of Chaumont AB, France Dec 12, 1961
				7612 to MASDC as FA151 Mar 12, 1971.
				7613 to French AF
				7614 (106th TRS/AL ANG) crashed Oct 15, 1961 in USA
				7616 to MASDC as FA146 Mar 12, 1971.
53-7617/7633		Republic RF-84F-46-RE Thunderflash
				7619 to Germany as BD-101, later EA-101, EA-301.  Displayed as gate guard at Bremgarten AB.
				7620 to French AF
				7621 to French AF
				7622 to French AF.  Returned to USAF.  To MASDC as FA157.
				7623 to French AF.  Returned to USAF.  To MASDC as FA154 (Mar 1971 to Oct 1974)
				7624 to French AF.  W/o Mar 4, 1960 at Baisersbronn.
				7625 to French AF.  Returned to USAF.  TO MASDC as FA127 Feb 3, 1975.  Scrapped
				7626 to French AF
				7628 to French AF as 33-CK.  Back to USAF in 1966
				7629 to French AF.  Returned to USAF.  To MASDC as FA172 May 20, 1971.  Scrapped
				7631 to French AF.  Returned to USAF
				7632 to French AF.  Returned to USAF.  To MASDC as FA201 Jun 29, 1971.  Scrapped
				7633 to French AF.  Returned to USAF.  TO MASDC 11/71 to 9/72.  Noted in compound at
					China Lake, CA Oct 1975.  Also reported as instructional airframe at Capua, Italy 1986.
53-7634/7640		Republic RF-84F-45-RE Thunderflash
				7636 to French AF.  Returned to USAF.  Displayed at NAS Meridian 11/74 to 10/75, then at
					on pedestal at George Robert Hall Airpark at the Bobby Chain Airport, Hattiesburg, Mississippi since 1985.
				7637 to China Lake ranges, CA Oct 1975
				7638 to N28345 as instructional airframe at Area Vocational
					Technical School, Thief River Falls, MN
				7639 to China Lake ranges, CA Oct 1975
53-7641/7697		Republic RF-84F-46-RE Thunderflash
				7640 to Italian AF.  Returned to USAF.  To MASDC as FA145 Mar 12, 1971.  Scrapped
				7641 to West Germany as EA+363
				7642 to Royal Danish AF Jun 7, 1957 as 37642, code KA-G.  W/o Jun 2, 1958 at Karup AB, Denmark with Esk 729 after
					starter caught fire.  Forward part of fuselage later used to rebuilt damaged 53-7581
				7643 to West Germany as EB+366, later BD+237, EA+237.
				7644 to West Germany as EA+111, later EA+311.  To Belgium as FR-31 Jan 1965.  In 1966, used by No. 42 
					Verkenningsmaldeel at Bierset.   Stored Koksijde Sep 19, 1971, SOC 1971.  Moved Jan 23, 1974 to Technical
					School at Saffraanberg.  To Gilze-Rijen by Nov 1987, stored for Militar Luchtvaartmuseum, Soesterberg,
					Holland, last noted Jun 1991.  to Soesterberg by Oct 1993.  To Woensdrecht Dec 22, 1998.  Noted
					preserved on pole outside Building 85 at Schaarsbergen by Sep 2004.
				7645 to West Germany as BD-231, later EA+231, EA+331.  w/o 11/26/64.
				7646 to West Germany as BD-103, later EA+103, EA+303.  To Belgium as FR-32 Jun 1965.  Stored Koksijde Jun 11, 1971.
					SOC Jun 1971.  Became instructional airframe at Saafraanberg Dec 12, 1973.
					Displayed at Bierset AB Apr 12, 1983, then stored at Weelde Jul 11, 1994.  To Beauvechain AB Jul 8, 1996
					for preservation at base museum.  Last noted 2006.
				7647 (MSN 666) to Royal Danish AF May 3, 1957 as 37647, code KA-D.  Assigned to 729 Squadron.  Code changed in 1960
					to C-647.  W/o Sep 21, 1966 in the Kattegat, 7 km E of Hirsholmene, Denmark (Esk 729)
				7648 (MSN 6670 to Royal Danish AF as 37648, code KA-A.  Assigned to 729 Sqdn.  Code changed in 1960 to C-648.  
					W/O May 12, 1961 at Vlessant, near Habay-la-Neuve, Belgium (Esk729)
				7649 (MSN 668) to Royal Danish AF as 37649, code KA-K.  Assigned to 729 Squadron.  Code changed in 1960 to C-649.  
					To fire dump at Karup AB.  Later preserved at Sandelfjord, Norway.  Tail section now fitted to another plane
					at the Dakota Norway Fighter Museum.
				7650 to West Germany as BD-104, EA-104, EA-304
				7651 (MSN 670) to Royal Danish AF May 3, 1957 as 37651, code KA-B.  Assigned to 729 Squadron.  Code changed
					in 1960 to C-651.  WFU Dec 31, 1971.  Became decoy at Karup AB Sep 1975 to Jan 1986.  To Koldkrigsmuseum
					(Cold War Museum) Langelandsfort, Bagenkop, Denmark, stored dismantled.
				7652 to West Germany as EA+363
				7653 to West Germany as EB+122, later EB+322.  Was with French AF at one time as 33-CO
				7654 to West Germany as EB+368, then ED+119.  At Munsingen 1967.  In 2006 at Luftfahrt und
					Technik Museumpark, Merseburg, Germany.
				7655 to West Germany as BD+240, later EA+240, later EA+340.  To School in Donauworth
				7656 to West Germany as BD+232, later EA+0232, EA+332
				7657 to West Germany as BD+233.  W/o Jun 8, 1959
				7658 to West Germany as BD+105, later EA+105, EA-305.  To Belgium as FR-33 Jan 1965.
					Stored at Koksijde AB, Belgium Sep 16, 1971. Became instructional airframe at Saafraanberg Jan 9, 1974.
					Exchanged for Meteor NF11 with Musee de l'Air in 1989.  Noted preserved at Bierset Jun 23, 1990, on
					loan from Musee de l'Air?  Noted at Brustem Sep 1996.  Noted at Florennes AB Sep 1997 and preserved
					in base museum.
				7659 to West Germany as EB+103, later EB+303, EA+306.
				7660 to West Germany as EB+362.  To Greece.  Displayed at Tripolis Nov 1997.
				7661 to West Germany as EA+101, later EA+361, EB+324, EB+322.  To fire dump at Eggebek
				7662 to West Germany as BD+362, later EA+362.
				7663 to West Germany as BD+327, later EA+241, EB+327. to Hermeskeil Ausstellung as EA-241
				7664 to West Germany as EB+256, later EB+356.
				7665 to West Germany as EB+228, later EB+328.  To Greece.  On display at Tatoi Apr 1997.
				7666 (MSN 685) to Royal Danish AF Jun 7, 1957 as 37666, code KA-H.  Sssigned to 729 Squadron.
					Code changed in 1960 to C-666.  Crashed near Kongsberg, Norway Aug 5, 1965.
				7667 to West Germany as EB+229, later EB+339.  W/o Dec 7, 1965 in midair collision
					with 53-7695 during landing approach to Leck
				7668 to West Germany as BD+244, later EA+244.  W/o Mar 30, 1963
				7669 to West Germany as EB+232, later EB+332.
				7670 to Royal Danish AF May 3, 1957 as 37670, code KA-C.  Assigned to 729 Squadron.  Code changed in 1960 to C-670.  
					WFU Dec 31, 1971.  Became decoy at Karup AB.  Scrapped Apr 1989.
				7671 to West Germany as BD+248, later EA+248, EA+348
				7672 to West Germany as BD+249, later BD+702
				7673 to West Germany as EA+121, later EA+321
				7674 to West Germany as EB+108, later EB+308
				7675 to West Germany as EB+236, later EB+336
				7676 to West Germany as BD+110, later EA+110, EB+357.  To Greece?  Also listed as W/o Mar 5, 1959.
				7677 to West Germany as EA+234, later EA+334.  To Belgium as FR-34 Jan 1965.  SOC Sep 1971.  Stored at Bierset
					AB, Belgium Jun 1972 to May 1976.  Then noted as gate guard at Bierset AB, Jun 1976 until Sep 1993.
					Stored at Weelde Jul 11, 1994, later on dump, last noted Apr 1998.  Planned for transfer to Kapellen for 
					Brussels Air Museum, but believed scrapped.
				7678 to West Germany as EA+251, later EA+351.
				7679 to West Germany as EB+362
				7680 to West Germany as BD+111, later EA+111.  W/o Mar 30, 1963
				7681 to West Germany as EB-107, later EB-307
				7682 (MSN 704) to Luftwaffe as EB+234, later EB+334.  Then to Greek AF as 692, preserved at Sedes AB, Greece
				7683 to West Germany as EB+124, later EB+324.  To Greece.  WFU at Larissa Nov 1997.
					Noted stored at Larissa sep 2005
				7684 to West Germany as EA+114, later EB+364.
				7685 to West Germany as BD+235, later EA+235.
				7686 to West Germany as EB+250, later EB+350
				7687 to West Germany as EB+365
				7688 to West Germany as EA+247, later EB+352
				7689 to West Germany as BD+120, later EA+120, EA+320.  To fire dump at Ahlhorn
				7690 to West Germany as BD+250, later EA+268, EA+235, EA+335.  To fire dump at Ahlhorn
				7691 to West Germany as EB+123, later EB+323
				7692 to West Germany as EB+255, later EB+355
				7693 to West Germany as BD+115, later EA+115, EA+315.  At Roth as EA+105
				7694 to West Germany as BD+116, later EA+116, EA+316.  W/o May 8, 1964
				7695 to West Germany as EB+230, later EB+330.  W/o Dec 7, 1965 in midair
					collision with 53-7667
				7696 to West Germany as EB+360.  
				7697 to West Germany as BD+113, later BD+119, EA+113.  w/o 8/3/59
53-7698/7717		Cessna L-19A Bird Dog 
				Some converted to TL-19A.
				redesignated O-1A and TO-1A in 1962
				7716 to Republic of Korea AF
53-7718/7779		Piper L-21B Super Cub 
				MSN 18-3318/3379.  Model PA-18-135.  MDAP to Italian Army
				Italian Army / Esercito Italiano Super Cubs were initially allocated a serial based on the US MDAP serial. 
				For political/legal reasons within the Italian military forces, the aircraft were registered to the Ministero 
				della Difesa Esercito as I-EIxx [EI stands for Esercito Italiano, ie, ‘Italian Army / Esercito Italiano’], 
				probably from delivery.  Aircraft listed below with an I-EIxx registration or without a date of registration 
				were no longer registered by June 1964, either having reverted back to their military serial or destroyed. 
				Surviving aircraft were restored to, and operated with, their military serial. Codes were worn which are 
				often referred to as serials. The codes are formatted as E.I. xx [with the EI and number on either 
				side of the roundel].
				7718 (MSN 18-3318) to Italian Army as MM53-7718, registered Aug 13, 1954 as I-EIKA. Restored to MM53-7718.   
					Then to I-LOBO
				7719 (MSN 18-3319) to Italian Army as MM53-7719, registered Oct 28, 1954 as I-EIKB. Restored to MM53-7719
				7720 (MSN 18-3320) to Italian Army as MM53-7720, registered Oct 28, 1954 as I-EIKC. Restored to MM53-7720.    
					Currently at Mid-Alatic Air Museum. Civil registration N50084.
				7721 (MSN 18-3321) to Italian Army as MM53-7721, registered Sep 17, 1954 as I-EIKD [code E.I. 104].  Restored 
					to MM53-7721, then became D-ECLK.
				7722 (MSN 18-3322) to Italian Army as MM53-7722, registered Sep 18, 1954 as I-EIKE. Restored to MM53-7722.
				7723 (MSN 18-3323) to Italian Army as MM53-7723, registered as I-EIKF.
				7724 (MSN 18-3324) to Italian Army as MM53-7724, registered Aug 13, 1954 as I-EIKG. Restored to MM53-7724.
				7725 (MSN 18-3325) to Italian Army as MM53-7725, registered Aug 2, 1955 as I-EIKH. Restored to MM53-7725.
				7726 (MSN 18-3326) to Italian Army as MM53-7726, registered as I-EIKK. Restored to MM53-7726. To N27292; C-GQWA
				7727 (MSN 18-3327) to Italian Army as MM53-7727, registered Aug 13, 1954 as I-EIKI. Restored to MM53-7727.
				7728 (MSN 18-3328) to Italian Army as MM53-7728, registered Nov 20, 1954 as I-EIKJ. Restored to MM53-7728.
				7729 (MSN 18-3329) to Italian Army as MM53-7729, registered Oct 28, 1954 as I-EIKL. Restored to MM53-7729.
				7730 (MSN 18-3330) to Italian Army as MM53-7730, registered Oct 28, 1954 as I-EIKM. Restored to MM53-7730.
				7731 (MSN 18-3331) to Italian Army as MM53-7731, registered as I-EIKN.   To N135PC.  Restored in US Army colors.
				7732 (MSN 18-3332) to Italian Army as MM53-7732, registered Oct 26, 1954 as I-EIKO. Restored to MM53-7732.
				7733 (MSN 18-3333) to Italian Army as MM53-7733, registered Oct 28, 1954 as I-EIKP. 
					Accident at Corato, Italy Jun 17, 1965.
				7734 (MSN 18-3334) to Italian Army as MM53-7734, registered Mar 21, 1955 as I-EIWD. Restored to MM53-7734.
				7735 (MSN 18-3335) to Italian Army as MM53-7735, registered Apr 6, 1955 as I-EIWE. Restored to MM53-7735.
				7736 (MSN 18-3336) to Italian Army as MM53-7736, registered Jan 26, 1955 as I-EIHG. Restored to MM53-7736.
				7737 (MSN 18-3337) to Italian Army as MM53-7737, registered Apr 6, 1955 as I-EIWG. Restored to MM53-7737.
				7738 (MSN 18-3338) to Italian Army as MM53-7738, registered Sep 17, 1954 as I-EIKQ. Restored to MM53-7738.
				7739 (MSN 18-3339) to Italian Army as MM53-7739, later I-EIKR (code E.I.120).  Became I-BTRE.
				7740 (MSN 18-3340) to Italian Army as MM53-7740, registered Aug 13, 1954 as I-EIKS. Restored to MM53-7740. 
					To N1383N, expired Sep 30, 2011
				7741 (MSN 18-3341) to Italian Army as MM53-7741, registered as I-EIKT. 
				7742 (MSN 18-3342) to Italian Army as MM53-7742, registered Sep 18, 1954 as I-EIKU. Restored to MM53-7742.
				7743 (MSN 18-3343) to Italian Army as MM53-7743, registered Sep 18, 1954 as I-EIKV. Restored to MM53-7743.
				7744 (MSN 18-3344) to Italian Army as MM53-7744, registered Aug 13, 1954 as I-EIKW. Restored to MM53-7744.
				7745 (MSN 18-3345) to Italian Army as MM53-7745, registeed Sep 17, 1954 as I-EIKX (code E.I.125. Restored
					to MM53-7745.  Became D-ENJR.
				7746 (MSN 18-3346) to Italian Army as MM53-7746, registered Oct 26, 1954 as I-EIKY. Restored to MM53-7746. 
					To N1045D, cancelled Jul 30, 1993
				7747 (MSN 18-3347) to Italian Army as MM53-7747, registered Sep 17, 1954 as I-EIKZ. Restored to MM53-7747.
				7748 (MSN 18-3348) to Italian Army as MM53-7748, registered as I-EIHA.  Crashed on mountain at Cima Palon-Monte 
					Bondone, Italy Jul 31, 1956.
				7749 (MSN 18-3349) to Italian Army as MM53-7749, registered as I-EIHB.  Accident at Viterbo, Italy May 29, 1959.
				7750 (MSN 18-3350) to Italian Army as MM53-7750, registered 13Aug54 as I-EIHC.  Restored to MM53-7750. 
					To N8516P, current 
				7751 (MSN 18-3351) to Italian Army as MM53-7551, then registered Mar 21, 1955 as I-EIHD (code E.I.129)
					Restored to MM53-7551.   To civil registry as N4282V Jun 21, 1991, to Germany
					as D-EATS Oct 1996.
				7752 (MSN 18-3352) to Italian Army as MM53-7752, registered Aug 13, 1954 as I-EIHE. Restored to MM53-7752.
				7753 (MSN 18-3353) to Italian Army as MM53-7753, registered Sep 18, 1954 as I-EIHF. Restored to MM53-7753.
				7754 (MSN 18-3354) to Italian Army as MM53-7754, registered Mar 21, 1955 as I-EIHH. Restored to MM53-7754.
				7755 (MSN 18-3355) to Italian Army as MM53-7755, registered Jan 26, 1955 as I-EIHK. Restored to MM53-7755. 
					To N87869, current
				7756 (MSN 18-3356). Accepted Mar 2, 1954; to Italian Army as MM53-7756.  Registered  as I-EIHI (code E.I.134)
					January 1955.  Restored to MM53-7756. Became N9063F June 1979.
				7757 (MSN 18-3357) to Italian Army as MM53-7757.  Registered as I-EIHJ (code E.I. 135).
					Restored to MM53-7757.  To N1349Y.  
				7758 (MSN 18-3358) to Italian Army as MM53-7758, registered Feb 4, 1955 as I-EIHL. Restored to MM53-7758.
				7759 (MSN 18-3359) to Italian Army  as MM53-7759, registered Jan 26, 1955 as I-EIHM. Restored to MM53-7759.   
					Current on civil registry as N3907E.
				7760 (MSN 18-3360) to Italian Army as MM53-7760, registered as I-EIHN. W/o 1961
				7761 (MSN 18-3361) to Italian Army as MM53-7761, registered as as I-EIHO (code E.I.138).
					Restored to MM53-7761.  To N99053.  
				7762 (MSN 18-3362) to Italian Army as MM53-7762, registered Jan 8, 1955 as I-EIWW. Restored to MM53-7762
				7763 (MSN 18-3363) to Italian Army as MM53-7763, registered as as I-EIHT (code E.I.139).
					Restored to MM53-7763.  To N949JP.
				7764 (MSN 18-3364) to Italian Army as MM53-7764, registered Feb 17, 1955 as I-EIHQ. Restored to MM53-7764 
				7765 (MSN 18-3665) to Italian Army as MM53-7765, reregistered as I-EIWB (code E.I.141, then E.I.69).  
					Restored to MM53-7765.  Then it became N9837Q.
				7766 (MSN 18-3366) to Italian Army as MM53-7766, reregistered as I-EIWI (code  E.I.142).  Restored to MM53-7766.
					Then to N60733.  Registered Aug 2001 to R. J. Peacock Holdings, Ltd of Springbank, AB as C-CJQC.
				7767 (MSN 18-3367) to Italian Army as MM53-7767, re-registered as I-EIHV (code E.I.143).  
					Restored to MM53-7767.  To N27293.  
				7768 (MSN 18-3368) to Italian Army as MM53-7768, registered Mar 31, 1955 as I-EIWL. Accident Oct 31, 1964.
				7769 (MSN 18-3369) to Italian Army as MM53-7769, registered as I-EIWM.
				7770 (MSN 18-3370) to Italian Army as MM53-7770, re-registered as I-EIWN.  
				7771 (MSN 18-3371) to Italian Army as MM53-7771, re-registered as I-EIWO.
				7772 (MSN 18-3372) to Italian Army as MM53-7772, registered Mar 21, 1955 as I-EIHW. Restored to MM53-7772.
				7773 (MSN 18-3373) to Italian Army as MM53-7773, re-registered as I-EIWQ. 
				7774 (MSN 18-3374) to Italian Army as MM53-7774, registered Jun 8, 1957 as I-EIWA. Restored to MM53-7774.
				7775 (MSN 18-3375) to Italian Army as MM53-7775, registered Feb 17, 1955 as I-EIHR. Restored to MM53-7775.
				7776 (MSN 18-3376) to Italian Army as MM53-7776, registered Mar 21, 1955 as I-EIHX. Restored to MM53-7776. 
					To N8056W, current
				7777 (MSN 18-3377) to Italian Army as MM53-7777, registered Jun 15, 1955 as I-EIWU. Restored to MM53-7777. 
					To N753AT, current 
				7778 (MSN 18-3378) to Italian Army as MM53-7778, re-registered as I-EIHS
				7779 (MSN 18-3379) to Italian Army as MM53-7779, registered Feb 24, 1955 as I-EIHP. Restored to MM53-7779.
53-7780/7785		de Havilland Canada L-20B Beaver
				Redesignated U-6B in 1962.  MSNs are from Scramble
				7780 MSN 549 for Imperial Iranian AF as 6-9701, later the Islamic Republic of Iran AF
				7781 MSN 553 for Imperial Iranian AF as 6-9702, later the Islamic Republic of Iran AF
				7782 MSN 558 for Imperial Iranian AF as 6-9704, later the Islamic Republic of Iran AF
				7783 MSN 560 for Imperial Iranian AF as 6-9705, later the Islamic Republic of Iran AF
				7784 MSN 566 for Imperial Iranian AF as 6-9706, later the Islamic Republic of Iran AF
					In museum at the Aerospace Exhibition Center, Teheran-Mehrabad Airport as 6-9701
				7785 for Imperial Iranian AF as 6-9703, later the Islamic Republic of Iran AF
53-7786/7787		Lockheed XF-104A Starfighter
				MSN 083-0001/0002.  Model 083-92-01
				7786 First flight Mar 4, 1954.  Delivered to USAF Nov 1955.  Crashed Jul 11, 1957 due to uncontrollable
					tail flutter.  Pilot Bill Park ejected safely
				7787 lost April 14, 1955 when test pilot Herman R.
					"Fish" Salmon ejected following gun malfunction.
53-7788/7823		Convair C-131B Samaritan
				MSN 240/275.  Convair 340-70
				7788 (MSN 240) modified as JC-131B testbed.  To MASDC as CS056 Apr 5, 1977.
					To civilian registry as N4394Y with Air Freight International, registered Jul 30, 1992
				7789 (MSN 241) to MASDC Dec 21975 as CS039.  To civilian registry as N1360D
				7790 (MSN 242) to MASDC as CS047 Dec 21, 1976
				7791 (MSN 243) modified as JC-131B testbed.  To MASDC.  To civil registry as N3782V.  Registration cancelled Aug 12, 2003.
				7792 (MSN 244) to MASDC as CS081 Sep 24, 1986.  To civil registry as N60225.
				7793 (MSN 245) designated NC-131B prior to re-engining as NC-131H.  Still in USAF 
					service as of July 2002, and currently leased to Veridian Engineering, Buffalo, NY.  
					Civil registration is N793VS. Aircraft is modified as Total In-Flight Simulator
					with extra cockpit grafted onto the nose.  Aicraft can simulate
					the handling of almost any type of aircraft.  Retired Nov 7, 2008
					and flown same day to USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH
				7794 (MSN 246) to MASDC Mar 1977.  To civil registry as N8527A, later CP-1755
				7795 (MSN 247) converted to JC-131B.  To MASDC as CS048 Dec 22, 1976.
				7796 (MSN 248) modified as JC-131B testbed.  To MASDC as CS019 Feb 25, 1975
				7797 (MSN 249) converted to NC-131B.  To MASDC May 1982 as CS057.  To civil registry as CP-2026 in 1985.
				7798 (MSN 250) to MASDC Dec 1975
				7799 (MSN 251) to MASDC as CS042 Feb 9, 1976.  To civil registry as N1360A Jun 25, 1981
				7800 (MSN 252) to MASDC as CS017 Feb 5, 1975.  To civilian registry as N31250.  Seen in scrapyard 
					near AMARC Aug 28, 2000.
				7801 (MSN 253) to MASDC as CS054 Mar 28, 1977.  To civil registry as N43941.  To D & D Aero Spraying Inc
					of Rantoul, Kansas Jun 20, 2000.  
				7802 (MSN 254) to MASDC as CS046 Dec 13, 1976.  To civil registry as N43944,.  N404TC taken up Dec 17, 2002.
					Stored at Gainesville MAP, TX in 2008.
				7803 (MSN 255) to MASDC as CS036 Sep 5, 1975.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				7804 (MSN 256) delivered May 18, 1955 as C-131B to 3201st ABW at Eglin AFB.  Converted to JC-131B
					May 1956.  Converted to C-131B Oct 1968.  Assigned ADTC at Eglin AFB Nov 1968.  Assigned 4485th TS
					at Rhein, Main AB, Germany Apr 1972.  Assigned 2346th TWS/ADTC/AFSC at Eglin QAFB Oct 1972 to Oct 1975.
					To civil registry with NASA as N635NA at Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH in 1976.
					Transferred to Georgia Institute of Technology Dec 1980, delivered Feb 9, 1981, registed N145GT
					Aug 1981.  To Tiger East Inc Feb 19, 1992.  Registration cancelled Nov 1992. To Aeroservicios Trans
					Caribbean Airline, registered HR-ASR Nov 3, 1992.  Richard Air of Florida, registered Feb 1995 N145GT.
					Stored at Kissimmee Gateway Airport, FL.  Leased to Executive Airline as C-FWMN Oct 12, 195 but NTU.
					Registration cancelled.  Leased to Air Canada Express, registered C-FZSO Oct 1995.  Returned to
					Richard Air of Florida, Inc Oct 1995.  Registered N145GT Oct 27, 1995.  Repossessed by John M.
					Pentecost May 12, 2001,  Registered Sep 7, 2001.  Registered to Kestrel Inc Dec 8, 2004, current
					Stored at Gainesville MAP, TX in 2008.  Leased to Florida Air Transport in 2012.  Converted to freighter.
				7805 (MSN 257) to civil registry as N37805 with US Department of Commerce.  To MASDC Feb 1977 as CS052.
					Registration cancelled May 1981.  To N92102 Aug 1981, to N973AT May 1998
				7806 (MSN 258) modified to JC-131B testbed.  To MASDC as CS041 Jan 22, 1976
				7807 (MSN 259) photographed in 1952 when used by FAA with title NAFEC-1 on forward
					fuselage and tail, but still wearing USAF serial.  Was on loan from USAF to FAA National
					Aviation Faclilities Experimental Center (NAFEC).  Seen at MASDC
					Jul 1977, still in USAF markings.  To MASDC as CS061 Mar 1, 1979.
				7808 (MSN 260) modified to EC-131E testbed.  TO MASDC as CS040 Jan 21, 1976
				7809 (MSN 261) to MASDC as CS012 Jan 8, 1975.
				7810 (MSN 262) to MASDC as CS033 Jun 30, 1975 
				7811 (MSN 263) preserved at Kelly AFB.  Registration N2034L reserved Oct 2001.  Registered
					in Dec 2001 to Tatonduk Outfitters, AK.  Seen stored in Everts
					Yard at Fairbanks, Alaska in 2008
				7812 (MSN 264) to MASDC as CS038 Dec 11, 1975 
				7813 (MSN 265) to MASDC as CS082 Sep 24, 1986.  Registration N7813B reserved Aug 1990
				7814 (MSN 266) to MASDC.  Registration N7814B reserved Aug 1990.  To XB-SQG
				7815 (MSN 267) to MASDC as CS015 Jan 15, 1975
				7816 (MSN 268) to MASDC Mar 1977.  To civil registry as CP-1676
				7817 (MSN 269) to MASDC Jan 1977.
				7818 (MSN 270) converted to EC-131E.  To MASDC as CS044 May 18, 1976
				7819 (MSN 271) modified as JC-131B testbed, later to EC-131E.  To MASDC as CS050 Jan 14, 1977.  
					Became N131CR Sep 1993. Noted Mar 2, 2007 at Base Aerea Coronel Hector Carracioli Moncada, La Celba, 
					Honduras, believed on anti-narcotics work.
				7820 (MSN 272) modified under Project Tailchaser with 7.62 mm minigun in port rear fuselage door to prove 
					gunship concept in 1965.  To MASDC as CS045 Jun 23, 1976.  To civil registry as N46965.
				7821 (MSN 273) at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB. FL.
				7822 (MSN 274) modified as JC-131B testbed.   To FAA as N466, was on loan from USAF to FAA National
					Aviation Faclilities Experimental Center (NAFEC). Stored
					at MASDC as CS088 Dec 1987 as 53-7822.  In 1991 registered as N41626.
					W/o Dec 4, 2004 with Miami Air Lease when developed engine fire after takeoff 
					from Opa Loca, FL and was ditched in the Maule Lake Marina in Miami.  Two crew
					members OK.
				7823 (MSN 275) to MASDC May 8, 1975 as CS027.  To civil registry as N1360Y.
53-7824/7825		Republic XF-103
				Contract cancelled
53-7826/7884		Fairchild C-119G Flying Boxcar
				7826 (MSN 11239) converted to AC-119K Stinger.  Shot down by ground fire over Ho Chi Minh trail 
					May 2, 1972.  7 crew bailed out, 3 crew KIA when plane crashed near An Loc, SVN. 
				7827 (MSN 11240) to Indian AF in 1963. 
				7828 (MSN 11245) supplied to UN Aug 1960 for use in Congo as
					UNO-103.  Subsequently transferred to Italian AF as MM53-7828 in 1961.
				7829 (MSN 11246) to Belgian AF Jul 17, 1960 as CP41, radio call-sign OT-CEA.  To storage at Koksijde Jul 2, 1973.
					Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78. 
				7830 (MSN 11247) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1968 (Mod No. 163).  To VNAF in 1972
				7831 (MSN 11248) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1968 (Mod No. 157).  To VNAF in 1972.  Hit by a Viet Cong rocket while
					parked in a revetment.  Believed DBR.
				7832 (MSN 11249)
				7833 (MSN 11250) converted to AC-119G Shadow in 1968 (Mod No. 102).  To South Vietnam Aug 1971.
				7834 (MSN 11251) to Indian AF in 1963.
				7835 (MSN 11252) converted to C-119K.  To Ethiopian AF as 914
				7836 (MSN 11253) converted to C-119L.  To MASDC as CJ452 Jan 28, 1975. Sold to Dross Metals Nov 1979.
					to JD Gifford and Associates Sep 1980, registered as N8504Z Jan 1981. Sold to Gerald C. Ball Feb 1985,
					to Northern Pacific Transport AUG 1986.  To Alaska Aircraft Leasing Apr 1987.  J34 turbojet installed
					Aug 1989.  Repossessed Oct 1991 by First natinal Bank of Anchorage.  To Hawkins and Powers Aug 1992.
					To Anchorage Flight Sep 1992.  To Everts Air Fuel, Inc, Fairbanks, Alaska. Feb 23, 1995.
				7837 (MSN 11254) converted to C-119L.  To MASDC as CJ468 Jul 10, 1975.  To Belgian AF as CP-46 ??
					May be the plane at Musee Royal de L'Armee, Zaventem, Belgium.
				7838 (MSN 11255)
				7839 (MSN 11256) converted to AC-119K Stinger.  To VNAF.   Lost Mar 1, 1973 with mixed crew of US
					and Vietnamese.   Pilot could not land due to fog and elected to fly out to sea and
					have the crew bail out.  15 of the 16 crew survived.
				7840 (MSN 11257) to South Vietnam
				7841 (MSN 11258).  With 10th TCS, in midair collision with 53-3222 over Edelweiler, 
					Germany Aug 11, 1955 during training exercise.  Total of 61 killed.
				7842 (MSN 11259) to South Vietnam AF in 1972.  Returned to USAF at Clark AB
					Mar 1973 and scrapped there Jun 1973.
				7843 (MSN 11260) to Belgian AF Jul 17 1960 as CP42, radio call sign OT-CEA.  To storage at Koksijde May 2, 1972.
					Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78.
				7844 (MSN 11261) converted to C-119K.  to Ethiopian AF as 910.  Noted derelict
					at Asmara, Eritrea Mar 1994
				7845 (MSN 11266) to UN Aug 1960 for use in Congo as UNO-104.
					Subsequently to Italian AF in 1961 as MM53-7845
				7846 (MSN 11267) to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1966
				7847 (MSN 11268) to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1966 as 3131.
				7848 (MSN 11269) converted to AC-119G Shadow.  To South Vietnam
				7849 (MSN 11270) converted to C-119L.  To MASDC as CJ470 Sep 27, 1975. To civil register as N1040E.  W/o Casa Grande, AZ
					Jul 8, 1979.  4 killed.
				7850 (MSN 11271) converted to AC-119K Stinger.  To VNAF.  Stored in September 2013 at Tan Sohn Nhut Air Base, Ho Chi Minh City
				7851 (MSN 11272) converted to AC-119G Shadow.  To South Vietnam
				7852 (MSN 11273) converted to AC-119G Shadow.  To South Vietnam
				7853 (MSN 11274) converted to C-119L.  To MASDC as CJ467 Jun 30, 1975.
				7854 (MSN 11275) cnverted to AC-119K Stinger (mod. No. 170) and/or C-119L.   Did not survive to be turned over
					to VNAF, details of loss not known by me.
				7855 (MSN 11276) converted to C-119J standard 1955 and officially designated as
					such sometime after Jun 1957.  By mid-1961 was classified
					as MC-119J.  To MASDC as CJ432 Jul 9, 1972
				7856 (MSN 11277) converted to C-119K.  To Ethiopian AF as 911.  Abandoned at Debrezit,
					noted derelict there in 1998.
				7857 (MSN 11278) to Royal Moroccan AF as CNA-MK or CN-AMK.
				7858 (MSN 11279) converted to C-119L.  To MASDC as CJ463 Jun 18, 1975.
				7859 (MSN 11280) to Indian AF in 1960
				7860 (MSN 11281) to Indian AF in 1960
				7861 (MSN 11282) to Royal Moroccan AF as CNA-MG or CN-AMG.
				7862 (MSN 11283) to Royal Moroccan AF as CNA-MH or CN-AMH.
				7863 (MSN 11284) to Indian AF in 1960
				7864 (MSN 11289) to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1966
				7865 (MSN 11290) converted to C-119L.  To MASDC as CF454 Feb 19, 1975
				7866 (MSN 11291)
				7867 (MSN 11292) to Indian AF 1960
				7868 (MSN 11293) to Indian AF 1960
				7869 (MSN 11294) to MASDC as CJ382 Dec 7, 1970.
				7870 (MSN 11295) converted to AC-119K.  Reported as going to Indian AF, no report of any conversion.
				7871 (MSN 11296) to Royal Moroccan AF as CNA-MI or CN-AMI
				7872 (MSN 11297) to Indian AF in 1960 
				7873 (MSN 11298) transferred to South Vietnam AF early 1968
				7874 (MSN 11303) to Indian AF in 1960.
				7875 (MSN 11304) to Taiwan as 3175
				7876 (MSN 11305) transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF 1966
				7877 (MSN 11306) converted to AC-119K Stinger.  To VNAF
				7878 (MSN 11307) to MASDC as CJ447 Mar 4, 1972.
				7879 (MSN 11308) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1968 (mod. No. 169).
					Transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972 or 1973.
				7880 (MSN 11314) to Royal Moroccan AF as CNA-MJ or CN-AMJ
				7881 (MSN 11315) to Indian AF in 1960
				7882 (MSN 11316) to MASDC as CJ438 Dec 28, 1972
				7883 (MSN 11317) converted to AC-119K Stinger.   Hit by ground fire over Ho Chi Minh Trail May 8, 1970. 
					Crew of 10 OK.  Aircraft repaired, returned to service, and eventually turned over to VNAF.
				7884 (MSN 11318) converted to C-119L.  To MASDC as CJ461 Jun 10, 1975.  To civil register as N8512K, then N37483.
53-7885			Lockheed VC-121E Super Constellation
				MSN 4151.  "Colombine III" presidential aircraft. Ordered by USN as R7V-1 Bu. No. 131650 
					and diverted during construction as Presidential aircraft.  Operated throughout the Eisenhower 
					administration.  Replaced in Oct. 1962 by Boeing VC-137C.  53-7885 is 
					now on display at WPAFB Museum.
53-7886/7887		Convair YC-131C
				MSN 91 and 131
				7886 (MSN 91) built as a CV-340-36, delivered to General Dynamics Corp Jun 22, 1953, Registered N5511L. Converted to YC-131C in 
					1954 by adding 3,750 shp Allison YT-56 engines for USAF as 53-7886.  This as referred to as "Operation 
					Hourglass".  On Jan 20, 1955 the 1700 Test Squadron Continental Division of 
					MATS at Kelly AFB started an extensive test program. On Dec 15, 1955 the test program with the YC-131C ended,. Sold surplus to 
					General Motors Corp. designated as CV-770.  registered N454.  In 1961 to Tex Sun Beech reg N454X, 
					rereg to Texstar Corp Aug 12, 1970. To LTV Aerospace Corp Oct 18, 1971. Rereg to LTV Aerospace Corp. as N970L May 1972. Rereg to 
					LTV Aerospace Corp. as N630V.   In 1975 to Alton Board Box Co. . Transferred to Vought Corp 1976. To Watson Aviation Sales 
					Inc. Sep 1977 reg. N600AB later US Aviation Enterprises Inc. bought for $131,733, Converted to CV-580 with Allison 501-D13 engines, 
					reg. N400AB for Oklahoma Aircraft Corp. and then Sep 10, 1981 to Kelowna Flightcraft reg as C-GKFY and was used by Purolator 
					Courier. This craft went into storage in June 1995 reg as C-GKFY. C-GKFY is still parked in Kelowna International Airport (YLW), no 
					longer serviceable Oct 5, 2006, there was talk of Kelowna Flightcraft mounting the a/c on a pole in front of the 
					company's office building.
				7887 (MSN 131) built as a CV-340-36, delivered to General Dynamics Corp Nov 19, 1953.  Registered N8422H.
					Fitted with Allison YT56-A-6 engines.  Go USAF Jun 29, 1954.  On loan from USAF to FAA National Aviation 
					Facilities Experimental Center (NAFEC) as N9988Z.   Broken up in 1974 for parts. 
53-7888/7967		de Havilland Canada L-20A Beaver
				For US Army.  Redesignated U-6A in 1962.
				7888 (MSN 696/1429) delivered Sep 22, 1954.  To MASDC Mar 7, 1972 to Feb 9, 1976.  To N67130, to N34 registered
					Nov 1988, cancelled Aug 1991. Registered Aug 26, 1991 as C-FUVQ, current
			     	7889 (MSN 697/1430) delivered Sep 24, 1954.  To N697
				7890 (MSN 698/1431) to N98771, cancelled Mar 21, 2013
				7891 (MSN 699/1432) delivereed Sep 30, 1954.  To civil registry as N5203G, registerd Jan 1972 to Civil
					Air Patrol, cancelled Feb 25, 1976 on export to Canada.  To C-GEXK registered Jul 1976, current
				7892 (MSN 700/1433) delivered Sep 22, 1954.  To civil registry as N9719Z, N15724, N9LU,
					C-GSIN, N12UA.
				7893 (MSN 701) delivered Sep 1954
				7894 (MSN 702/1435) delivered Sep 28, 1954.  To MASDC as UD0076 Nov 9, 1975, then to Haitian Air Corps as 1268, 
					then to N99132, C-FBDR, N96DG
				7895 (MSN 703/1436) delivered Oct 6, 1954.   To C-GAEB
				7896 (MSN 704/1437) 
				7897 (MSN 705/1438) delivered Oct 6, 1954.  To CF-DVK, C-FDVK, crashed Jul 4, 1983 near Comeau Bay, Quebec, 5 killed.
				7898 (MSN 706/1439)
				7899 (MSN 707/1440) delivered Oct 28, 1954.  to N62230
				7900 (MSN 708/1441) delivered Oct 25, 1954.  To C-GUDK.  Destroyed Jan 15, 2011 in hangar fire at Muncho Lake, BC
				7901 (MSN 709/1442) 
				7902 (MSN 710/1443) delivered Oct 19, 1954.  To N1018G, N62SJ, N1018F(2)
				7903 (MSN 711/1444) delivered Oct 28, 1954.  To C-GACK
				7904 (MSN 712/1445) delivered Oct 28, 1954.  N6084 registered Sep 1972 to Texas State Technical University.
					To C-GTOI registered Sep 6, 1990, cancelled Sep 21, 2012.  N6084 registered again Oct 31, 2012.
				7905 (MSN 713/1446) delivered Nov 3, 1954.  To N9008, C-GHPG
				7906 (MSN 714/1447) delivered Oct 27, 1954.  To N62174, N9029, N9047U, C-FVIA
				7907 (MSN 715/1448) delivered Oct 27, 1954.  To C-GUMF, N700WB, C-GMWB
				7908 (MSN 716/1449) delivered Nov 3, 1954.  To C-GUDZ.  Crashed Aug 1, 1981, 1 killed.
				7909 (MSN 717/1450) delivered Nov 1, 1954.  To N6474, N93DC, ZK-FPZ
				7910 (MSN 718/1451) delivered Nov 8, 1954.  to N99872, cancelled Apr 27, 1973. To CF-IDG registere
					June 1973, to C-FIDG
				7911 (MSN 719/1452) delivered Nov 4, 1954.  To N202PS, C-GQQJ
				7912 (MSN 720/1453) delivered Nov 15, 1954.  To N4737S, CF-CCK, C-FCCK, N105RL
				7913 (MSN 722/1454) delivered Nov 19 1954.  To MASDC as UD037 Jun 7, 1973.  Became N90546.  Registered 
					Aug 22, 2008 as C-GPZP.
				7914 (MSN 723/1455) delivered Nov 19, 1954.  To N87477, N25LU, N299EE
				7915 (MSN 724/1456) delivered Nov 19, 1954.  To C-GAEE, N754LA, N54LA in film "Never Cry Wolf",
					crashed Jul 19, 1996 when flew into rising ground and destroyed by fire at Elfin Cove, Alaska.
				7916 (MSN 726/1457) delivered Nov 29, 1954.  to N43447, N47AK
				7917 (MSN 727/1458)
				7918 (MSN 728/1459) delivered Nov 29, 1954.
				7919 (MSN 730/1460) delivered Dec 2, 1954.  To C-GADE
				7920 (MSN 731/1461) delivered Nov 29, 1954.  To N2297N
				7921 (MSN 732/1462) delivered Dec 2, 1954.  To N1018H, CF-DTW
				7922 (MSN 733/1463) delivered Dec 2, 1954.  To C-GVHS.  Crasahed Jun 21, 1983 during takeoff at Pickle Lake,
					Ontario.  Cancelled Jan 18, 2007 on export to USA.  At Wipaire for rebuild.
				7923 (MSN 734/1464) delivered Dec 6, 1954.
				7924 (MSN 735/1465) delivered Dec 21, 1954.  To C-GUIG, N5CM, C-GSRS, N123EF
				7925 (MSN 736/1466) delivered Dec 10, 1954.  To CF-DUW, C-FDUW
				7926 (MSN 737/1467) delivered Dec 10, 1954.  To C-GAEU, N91AK
				7927 (MSN 738/1468) delivered Dec 21, 1954.  To N5217G
				7928 (MSN 739/1469) 
				7929 (MSN 740/1470) delivered Dec 21, 1954.  To C-GAEA, N1954J
				7930 (MSN 742/1471) delivered Dec 21, 1954.  To N2297R
				7931 (MSN 743/1472) delivered Dec 21, 1954.  To C-GWEY
				7932 (MSN 746/1473) delivered Jan 1, 1955.  To N746DB, C-GDHM, N746DB, N67LU, N41PS, C-FEBB
				7933 (MSN 747/1474) delivered Dec 30, 1954.  To C-GUBD.   Crashed Jan 10, 1986 near Border Beacon, Quebec
				7934 (MSN 748/1475) delivered Jan 1, 1955.  To C-GAZJ
				7935 (MSN 749/1476) delivered Jan 10, 1955.  MAP transfer to Philippine AF as 749 Jan 10, 1955.  To Philippine 
					civil registry as RP-67.  WFU by 1989.  To N67683 (2), N12GA.  Current as N34EB.
				7936 (MSN 750/1477) delivered Jan 17, 1955 
				7937 (MSN 752/1478) delivered Jan 19, 1955.  Destroyed Jul 26, 1969 when N9521Z Beech C-45G of Air America
					collided with US Army Grumman OV-1 61-02712 and US Army U-6A 3-7937 during landing roll at Vung
					Tau (V-05) South Vietnam
				7938 (MSN 753/1479) delivered Jan 22, 1955.  To N62523, N654DF registered Oct 7, 2005, current.
				7939 (MSN 754/1480) delivered Jan 24, 1955.  To N1018M, N91WF, N8LU, by 1998 was N1018N with Kenmore Air,
					N878PS, N601MS, N629TE
				7940 (MSN 756/1481) delivered Jan 25, 1955.  MAP transfer to Republic of China Army Aviation as 8025.  
					Was on display at Chung Cheng Institute of Science and Technology College, Taoyuan City, Taiwan.  Now
					on display at Kueijen Army Airfield, Taoyuan City, Taiwan.
				7941 (MSN 751/1482)
				7942 (MSN 758/1483) delivered Jan 26, 1955.  To N100KT, C-GPES, N100KL.  Modified as a Wipaire Boss Turbine Beaver.
				7943 (MSN 760/1484) delivered Jan 31, 1955.  By 1998 was N64397 with Kenmore Air 
				7944 (MSN 761/1485) 
				7945 (MSN 762/1486) delivered Feb 15, 1955.  Registered Sep 9, 1977 as N5347G to Civil Air Patrol
				7946 (MSN 764/1487) delivered Feb 17, 1955.  Last noted with North Dakota National Guard in 1976.
				7947 (MSN 765) delivered Feb 18, 1955.  Destroyed on ground by mortar round at Can Tho, Vietnam during
					Tet offensive, Spring 1968. 
				7948 (MSN 766/1489) 
				7949 (MSN 768/1490) delivered Feb 17, 1955.  N61610 registered to Fort Richardson Flying Club, Anchorage,
					Alaska.  Registered C-GJRQ May 12, 1981.  Cancelled Jan 16, 1998 on export to USA.  N269AW registered
					Apr 2, 1998, current
				7950 (MSN 769/1491) delivered Feb 25, 1955.  To MASDC Feb 27, 1972 to Feb 19, 1976.  To N1455Z
				7951 (MSN 770/1492) delivered Feb 17, 1955.  To MASDC Feb 14, 1972 to Mar 10, 1976.  To C-GDAV
				7952 (MSN 772/1493) delivered Feb 17, 1955.  Registered N5333G Feb 1976.  Crashed Aug 22, 2005 when it
					encountered terrain during takeoff rool from the Togiak River, 44 mi WNW of Aleknagik, Alaska.
					Registered N2MD Nov 10, 2011, current
				7953 (MSN 773/1494) delivered Feb 25, 1955.  Registereed as N5353G Sep 19, 1977 to Civil Air Patrol,
					cancelled Sep 8, 1980 on export to Canada.  To C-GMOJ, C-GNPO
				7954 (MSN 774/1495) delivered Mar 7, 1955.  To MASDC Mar 22, 1972 to Jan 30, 1976.  To C-GEZR, C-GDOB
				7955 (MSN 776/1496)
				7956 (MSN 777/1497) delivered Mar 8, 1955.  Modified as RU-6A.  SOC Jan 1968.
				7957 (MSN 778/1498) delivered Mar 7, 1955.  Converted to RU-6A assigned to 146th Avn Co (RR) in Vietnam
				7958 (MSN 780/1499) delivered Mar 14, 1955.  Registered N5318G Apr 16, 1973 to Civil Air Patrol, cancelled
					Jan 20, 1981 on export to Canada.  To C-GELP
				7959 (MSN 781/1500) delivered Apr 11, 1955.  To MASDC Jun 30 1972 to Jun 3, 1975.  To N48108.  Crashed
					Jun 10, 1988 when crashed on takeoff at Chugiak, Alaska.  Registration cancelled Nov 8, 2013.
				7960 (MSN 782/1501) delivered Mar 23, 1955.  To N64396, N32ST.  Crsahed Jul 31, 1978 during landing.
				7961 (MSN 784/1502) delivered Apr 4, 1955.  Operated in Vietnam with 73rd Aviation Company.
				7962 (MSN 785/1503)
				7963 (MSN 786/1504) delivered Apr 11, 1955.  Operated in Vietnam.  To civil registry as N94473. 
				7964 (MSN 788/1505) delivered Apr 15, 1955.  To MASDC Mar 27, 1972 to Mar 10, 1976.  To N99837, became N10LU.  
					By 1998 was N6781L with Kenmore Air
				7965 (MSN 789/1506)
				7966 (MSN 791/1507) delivered Apr 11, 1955.  To MASDC Nov 1, 1971 to Apr 1, 1976.  Registered N5218G to
					Civil Air Patrol, C-GMIC cancelled Nov 30, 2010 on export to USA. N791PW registered Dec 6, 2010.
					Crashed due to Fuel starvation during takeoff.
				7967 (MSN 792/1508) delivered Apr 8, 1955.  To MASDC Mar 27, 1972 to Mar 0, 1976.  To N99838, C-FEBE
53-7968/8067		Cessna L-19A Bird Dog 
				Redesignated O-1A and TO-1A in 1962
				7978 to Thai AF
				7988 to French Army as Serial 23409, callsign F-MBPC.
				7994 (19th TASS) destroyed at Tay Ninh city, South Vietnam Feb 7, 1968
				7996 to civil registry as N5289G
				8025 to civil registry as N5177G
				8029 (MSN 23450) at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum
				8031 (MSN 23452) to South Vietnam AF.  To ZK-DOG in 1996.
				8032 seen at Sun'n'Fun 2002.  Not sure if it is the genuine article.
				8050/8065 sold to Canada.
				Some converted to TL-19A.
				8067 (MSN 23488) became N143F
53-8068			Stroukoff YC-123D Provider
				Modified from XC-123A 47-787 for use in boundary layer control trials.  Later converted to turboprop power as C-123T.
53-8069/8156		Kaiser-Fraser C-119G Flying Boxcar
				MSN 172/259
				8069 (MSN 172) converted to AC-119G Shadow.  To South Vietnam AF
				8070 (MSN 173) to Indian AF in 1960.  To MASDC as CJ439 Dec 28, 1972.
				8071 (MSN 174) to MASDC as CJ430 Jun 10, 1972.  Returned to service Jun 24, 1972.
					Back to MASDC as CJ439 Dec 28, 1972.  8071 seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				8072 (MSN 175) 
				8073 (MSN 176) converted to C-119L.  To MASDC as CJ471 Sep 27, 1975.  Sold to Starbird Inc., 
					Nov 1978, registered as N9027K Jan 1981.  Repossessed Aug84 by Alaska Commercial Fishing & Agriculture Bank and registered to 
					them Feb 1985. To Northern Pacific Transport Dec 1985; Leased to International Seafoods Jun 1986; leased to Arndt Brothers 
					Aug 1986; to Alaska Aircraft Leasing Apr 1987. Repossessed by First National Bank of Anchorage Aug 1992. To Classic Air Transport 
					Aug 1993; to Brooks Fuel Sep 1996.  Current as N9027K registered to Brooks Fuel Inc., 18May 18, 2012.
				8074 (MSN 177) converted to C-119L.  To MASDC as CJ457 Mar 27, 1975.
					Sold to Air Pro/Western International scrap yeard in 1987.  Observed
					in scrap yeard Apr 1990 but listed as sold to manager of Flying J Ranch
					Airport, AZ Mar 13, 1990.  Currently derelect at Flying J Ranch near
					Pima, AZ.
				8075 (MSN 178) to MASDC as CJ371 Nov 27, 1970
				8076 (MSN 179) converted to C-119L 1973.  To MASDC as CJ456 Jan 1, 1975.  To civil register as N8505A Northern Pacific 
					Transport, Anchorage, AK.  Eventually to Hawkins and Powers and
					stored at Greybull, WY as N8505A
				8077 (MSN 180) to South Vietnam
				8078 (MSN 181) to Indian AF in 1963
				8079 (MSN 182) to Indian AF in 1960
				8080 (MSN 183) to South Vietnam.  Captured in VietNam and operated by 
					VPAF 918th Transport Regiment.
				8081 (MSN 184) to Indian AF in 1960
				8082 (MSN 185) to Indian AF in 1960
				8083 (MSN 186) converted to C-119L.  To MASDC as CJ469 Aug 27, 1975.
				8084 (MSN 187) converted to C-119J, then C-119L.  Preserved at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas
				8085 (MSN 188) to Taiwan as 3133
				8086 (MSN 189) to Indian AF in 1963
				8087 (MSN 190) converted to C-119L.  Preserved at 82nd Airborne War Memorial Museum, Fort Bragg, NC.
				8088 (MSN 191) transferred to South Vietnam AF early 1968.  Returned to USAF
					at Clark AB Jan 1973.  Scrapped there Jun 1973
				8089 (MSN 192) converted to AC-119G Shadow (mod. no. 103).  Transferred to South Vietnam AF
					Aug 1972.
				8090 (MSN 193) transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1966
				8091 (MSN 194) transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1966
				8092 (MSN 195) to Indian AF in 1960
				8093 (MSN 196) to Taiwan as 3141
				8094 (MSN 197) to Indian AF in 1960
				8095 (MSN 198) to Morocco as CNA-ML
				8096 (MSN 199) transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1966
				8097 (MSN 200) to Indian AF in 1960
				8098 (MSN 201) converted to C-119J.  To Italian AF as MM53-8098
				8099 (MSN 202) to MASDC Jun 10, 1972.  Returned to service Jun 24, 1972.
					Back to MASDC as CJ441 Jan 17, 1973
				8100 (MSN 203)
				8101 (MSN 204) converted to C-119J.  To MASDC as CJ426 Jun 21, 1972
				8102 (MSN 205) 
				8103 (MSN 206) converted to C-119J standard in 1955, officially
					designated as such sometime after Jun 1957.  By mid 1960 was
					classified as MC-119J.  To Italian AF in 1964 as MM53-8103.
				8104 (MSN 207) transferred to South Vietnamese AF in 1972.  Returned
					to USAF at Clark AB Mar 1973 and scrapped there Jun 1973.
				8105 (MSN 208) transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF Nov 1970 as 3215.
				8106 (MSN 209) to South Vietnam
				8107 (MSN 210)
				8108 (MSN 211) converted to C-119K.  To Ethiopia AF as 916.  Abandoned at Debrezit,
					noted derelict there in 1998.
				8109 (MSN 212) to South Vietnam
				8110 (MSN 213) to MASDC as CJ397 Jan 30, 1971
				8111 (MSN 214) to MASDC as CJ389 Jan 29, 1971
				8112 (MSN 215) to South Vietnam
				8113 (MSN 216) converted to C-119J.  To Italian AF as MM53-8113.  To MASDC as CJ401
					Feb 12, 1971.
				8114 (MSN 217) converted to AC-119G Shadow.  To South Vietnam
				8115 (MSN 218) converted to AC-119G Shadow.  To South Vietnam
				8116 (MSN 219)
				8117 (MSN 220) to South Vietnam
				8118 (MSN 221) 
				8119 (MSN 222) transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF Jan 1971 as 3215 for the 103 SQ.  W/o Jan 27, 1989
					when it crashed.  Crew was OK, but aircraft was DBR.
				8120 (MSN 223) transferred to Chinese Nationalist AF in 1966
				8121 (MSN 224) converted to AC-119K Stinger.  To South Vietnam AF
				8122 (MSN 225) to MASDC as CJ442 Feb 1973
				8123 (MSN 226) converted to AC-119G Shadow.  To South Vietnam
				8124 (MSN 227) to South Vietnam
				8125 (MSN 228) to MASDC as CJ424 Jun 16, 1972
				8126 (MSN 229) converted to C-119L.  To MASDC as CJ466 Jun 23, 1975
				8127 (MSN 230) converted to C-119L.  To civil registry as N4999K, then N90269 with Starbird, Inc of Reno, NV
				8128 (MSN 231) to Brazilian AF Oct 1966 as attrition replacement with serial 2312.
				8129 (MSN 232) to Indian AF in 1960
				8130 (MSN 233) to UC-119G in 1962, redesignated GC-119G same year.  In 1963 was with Air Training Command at 
					Sheppard AFB, TX
				8131 (MSN 234) converted to AC-119G Shadow.  To South Vietnam
				8132 (MSN 235) to Taiwan as 3139
				8133 (MSN 236) to South Vietnam AF early 1968.  Returned to USAF at
					Clark AB Jan 1973 and scrapped there Jun 1973.
				8134 (MSN 237) to Indian AF in 1960
				8135 (MSN 238) to Indian AF in 1960
				8136 (MSN 239) to Indian AF as BK515.
				8137 (MSN 240) to Indian AF in 1960
				8138 (MSN 241) to Belgian AF Jul 17, 1960 as CP43, radio call-sign OT-CEC.  To storage at Koksijde Dec 13, 1971.
					Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78
				8139 (MSN 242) to South Vietnam
				8140 (MSN 243) caught fire and crashed on Kings Ranch, TX
					Jun 22, 1962.  All four crew bailed out OK.
				8141 (MSN 244) to Belgian AF Jul 17, 1960 as CP44, radio call sign OT-CED.  To storage at Koksijde Dec 19, 1972.
					Scrapped at Koksijde 1977-78
				8142 (MSN 245) converted to C-119L.  to civil register as N8504X, Northern Pacific
					Transport, Anchorage, AK.  Crashed at Shageluk, AK May 13, 1987.  5 uninjured.
				8143 (MSN 246) to Belgian AF Jul 17, 1960 as CP45, radio call sign OT-CEE.  W/o Jun 26, 1963, West Germany 
					when struck by British mortar fire over Sennelager.  9 paratroopers were able to jump to
					safety before the plane crashed, but 38 out of 47 onboard were killed.
				8144 (MSN 247) to Indian AF 1963
				8145 (MSN 248) converted to AC-119K Stinger.  To VNAF
				8146 (MSN 249) to UN Aug 1960 for use in Congo as UNO-105.  To Italian AF in 1961 as MM53-8146.   Preserved
					at Practica de Mare, Italy, Piana delle Orme Museum, Borgo Faiti
				8147 (MSN 250) transferred to South Vietnam AF early 1968.  Returned to USAF at Clark
					AB Jan 1973.  To Chinese Nationalist AF May 1973.
				8148 (MSN 251) converted to AC-119K Stinger in 1968 (mod. no. 164) 
					Transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972 or 1973.
				8149 (MSN 252) converted to C-119L in 1973.  To MASDC as CJ472 Sep 27, 1975
				8150 (MSN 253) cnverted to C-119L.  To civil register as N37636, Hawkins and Powers,
					Greybull, WY.
				8151 (MSN 254) to Belgian AF Jul 17, 1960 as CP46, radio call-sign OT-CEH.  To storage at Koksijde Apr 27, 1972.
					Now on display in Musee Royal de l'Armee, Brussels, Belgium.
				8152 (MSN 255) (12th TCS) landed on beach at Botricello, Italy Mar 5, 1960 after one of the engines
					suffered a runaway prop.  15 passengers and the radio operator bailed out over
					Botricello, intending to land at a nearby emergency field.  They
					couldn't make the field and the pilots and the engineer put
					the plane down intact on the beach.  The slanted beach caused
					them to veer into the surf and the aircraft ended up in about
					10 feet of water.  The crew was able to exit the astrodome
					hatch and swim to shore.  Overnight the action of the tide
					destroyed the aircraft.  The rumors that the aircraft was
					repaired, flown off the beach and put back in service are untrue.
					The accident report changed it from a flying accident to a ground
					'incident' to preserve the flying safety record of the 322nd Air
					Division and 12th Troop Carrier Squadron.
				8153 (MSN 256) converted to C-119L.  To civil register as N8504W, J. D. Gifford and
					Associates, Anchorage, AK.   Crashed at Dahl Creek, AK Sep 7, 1981.  No-one was
					injured.  After the crash the plane was hauled off the strip, broken up, and burned.
				8154 (MSN 257) converted to C-119L in 1973.  To civil register as N4999P, then as N90267, Stebbins Air Transport,
					broken up at Anchorage, AK.  Forward fuselage on display at Palm Springs Air Museum, California in May 2013.
				8155 (MSN 258) converted to AC-119G Shadow.  Crashed on takeoff from Tan Son Nhut AB, RVN after engine failed 
					Apr 27, 1970.  6 of 8 crew killed.
				8156 (MSN 259) transferred to South Vietnam AF Sep 1971.
53-8157/8158		Lockheed YC-121F Super Constellation 
				MSN 1249A-4161,4162.  Ex-USN R7V-2 BuNos 131660 and 131661
					modified during construction as turbine-powered transport.
				8157 returned to Lockheed for turboprop engine test.  Fuselage used to
					rebuild L1049G MSN 4672 Flying Tiger Line N9746Z (later N173W) 
					to L1049H.
				8158 returned to Lockheed for turboprop engine test.  Fuselage used to
					rebuilt L1049G MSN 4636 Flying Tiger Line N9749Z (later N174W)
					to L1049H.  W/o May 5, 1970 at Barrow, Alaska while being
					operated by North Slope Supply Co, Inc.
53-8159/8170		de Havilland of Canada L-20A Beaver
				For US Army.  Redesignated U-6A in 1962
				8159 (MSN 647/1381) delivered May 15, 1954.  To MASDC mar 2, 1972 to Feb 12, 1976.  To C-GEZU
				8160 (MSN 648/1382)
				8161 (MSN 649/1383)
				8162 (MSN 650/1384) delivered May 18, 1954.  To N1101T, to N5184G, to C-GNXG
				8163 (MSN 654/1388) delivered May 26, 1954.  Registered to Civil Air Patrol as N5151G, cancelled Apr 19, 1976
					on export to Canadal  Registered C-GFRD Aug 29, 1983
				8164 (MSN 658/1392) delivered Jun 14, 1954.  Registered N5162G May 1971 to Civil Air Patrol, California
				8165 (MSN 663/1396) crashed Apr 20, 1955 during landing at Mito-gun range, Japan
				8166 (MSN 669/1402) MAP transfer to South Vietnamese AF as 58168
				8167 (MSN 674/1407) 
				8168 (MSN 675/1408) delivered Jul 23, 1954.  MAP transfer to South Vietnamese AF as 58168 
				8169 (MSN 677/1410) delivered Jul 19, 1954.  To N201Z, 53-8169, N5152G registered to Civil Air Patrol, C-GYOK
				8170 (MSN 683/1416) delivered Jul 23, 1954.  N5152G registered May 17, 1971 to Civil Air Patrol, cancelled
					Sep 3, 1976 on export to Canada
53-8171/8193		Northrop XSM-62A Snark missiles
				MSN N-3308/3330.
				8173 (N-69D test model) fitted with new stellar intertial guidance
					system launched from Cape Canaveral, FL Dec 5, 1956 wandered
					off course, ignored destruct command, disappeared over Brazil.
					Found by a farmer Jan 1983.
53-8194			Cancelled contract
53-8195/8196		Bell XGAM-63-BC Rascal missiles
53-8197			Bell GAM-63A-BC Rascal missile
53-8198/8199		Bell XGAM-63-BC Rascal missiles
53-8200/8207		Bell GAM-63A-BC Rascal missile
53-8208/8209		Bell GAM-63-BC Rascal missiles
53-8210/8229		Bell XGAM-63-BC Rascal missiles
53-8230			Bell GAM-63-BC Rascal missiles
53-8231/8236		Bell XGAM-63-BC Rascal missiles
53-8237/8256		Bell GAM-63-BC Rascal missiles
53-8257/8269		Bell GAM-63A-BC Rascal missiles
53-8270/8272		North American XSM-64 Navaho
53-8273/8322		North American F-86K Sabre 
				MSN 207-1/50.  Assembled by Fiat from NAA-built components. To Italy as MM6185/MM6234.
					The MM numbers were not used for very long, since in July 1957 an Italian AF general
					order was issued that USAF tail numbers should be used instead.  So they became
					38273/38322.
				8273 crashed into farmhouse on approach to Istrana AB, Italy Feb 24, 1960.  Pilot killed.
				8274 on display outside Instituto Tecnico a Volta di Alessandria
				8277 w/o Apr 12, 1959.
				8278 preserved at Grottaglie AB, Italy with parts of 55-4863
				8279 w/o Mar 13, 1963 during test flight
				8281 w/o Aug 23, 1957, details?
				8283 w/o Aug 5, 1970 Km a Nord-Est da Siracuse
				8284 w/o in 1957, details?
				8287 crashed near Padova, Italy May 18, 1959 after midair collision with 53-8308
					during aerobatics.  Pilot ejected safely
				8288 w/o in 1966, details?
				8289 rear fuselage to 55-4815
				8291 became gate guard at Cervia AB, Italy
				8297 (MSN 207025) to Italian AF as MM53-8297.  Seen at Bentivoglio scrapyard
					at Rome, Italy.  In Oct 2010 was on display at Museo dell'Aviazione, Derbaiola as MM53-8297
				8299 preserved 2o Deposito Centrale AMI
				8300 stored forMuseo dell'Aeronautica Gianni Caproni
				8301 preserved in 605 SC area near gate
				8302 w/o Jan 31, 1958, details?
				8303 crashed after takeoff at Vedelago due to engine fire Mar 13, 1956.  Pilot killed
				8305 given to museum in Soesterberg, Holland.  Now
					has Q-305 Dutch serial painted on it, which was
					not original, since the plane never served with Klu.
				8308 preserved as gate guard near main gate, Gioia del Coll
				8314 w/o Sep 9, 1969 after collision above Massafra
				8317 w/o at Riese Pio X, Italy Mar 1, 1958, details?
				8318 w/o Jan 7, 1963, details?
				8321 crashed after colliding with RT-33 53-5420 during night practice interception at Castel del
					Bosco-Pontedera, Pisa, Italy Jul 25, 1962.
53-8323/8360		Cancelled contract
53-8361/8376		An article in a 1995 issue of 'FlyPast' magazine lists these serials as allocated to ex-USN T-28Bs converted 
					to 'Farm Gate' configuration and used in South Vietnamese AF markings but flown by Americans. 
					53-8361 is quoted as being formerly 137786.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 34th Tactical group crashed
						after both wings broke off while diving on target near Soc Trang in Ba Xuyen Province, South
						Vietnam Apr 9, 1964.  Bot crew killed.
					53-8362 with 1st Air Commando Squadron 34th Tactical Group Bien Hoa South Vietnam crashed after a wing 
						broke off while diving on a target near Soc Trang in Ba Xuyen Province South Vietnam Mar 24, 1964.
						Both crew killed.
					53-8363 was ex USN 137806.  To Royal Laotian AF Mar 22, 1965 and w/o in Laos Dec 5, 1968 Dec 1968.
					53-8364 was ex USN 137807.  To Royal Laotian AF Mar 22, 1965 and w/o Aug 13, 1965
					53-8365 with Detachment 2A, 1st Air Commando Group hit by ground fire while flying escort for a rescue 
						mission in Darlac Province South Vietnam Oct 16, 1962.  Pilot able to crashland and was rescued.
					35-8366 was ex USN 138108.  Taken on charge by USAF Jul 21, 1961.  To Royal Laotian AF Mar 1965.
						Lost on orientation flight over Luang Prabang  province Oct 1970.
					53-8367 with 1st Air Commando Squadron 34th Tactical Group Bien Hoa South Vietnam detached to 
						Soc Trang South Vietnam hit by ground fire while attacking a machine gun position near 
						Dam Doi South Vietnam. Sep 10, 1963.  Pilot and South Vietnamese AF observer bailed out and
						were rescued.
					53-8368 with 1st Air Commando Squadron 34th Tactical Group Bien Hoa South Vietnam
						crashed on take off due to engine failure at Bien Hoa Air Base South Vietnam May 1, 1964
						Pilot survived.
					53-8369   February 18, 1964 with 1st Air Commando Squadron 34th Tactical Group Bien Hoa South Vietnam
						hit by ground fire and crashed While Attacking VC Troops in South Vietnam Feb 18, 1964. 
						Pilot & Observer survived and were rescued.
					53-8370 with Detachment 2A, 1st Air Commando Group Bien Hoa South Vietnam while landing struck a parked 
						aircraft tug and caught fire at Bien Hoa Air Base South Vietnam May 5, 1964. Pilot and observer survived but
						aircraft destroyed by fire
					53-8371 was ex USN 138156.  Taken on charge by USAF Jul 21, 1961.  To Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Feb 5, 1966.
					53-8372 with 1st Air Commando Squadron 34th Tactical Group Bien Hoa South Vietnam hit By ground fire and 
						caught fire while diving on a target on a close air support mission and crash .anded in South Vietnam 
						Jan 14, 1964. Pilot and observer(South Vietnamese AF) survived.
					53-8373 with 1st Air Commando Squadron 34th Tactical Group Bien Hoa South Vietnam
						aircraft went out of control and crashed while diving on a target 40 Miles SW of Da Nang, 
						Quang Nam Province South Vietnam Oct 8, 1963. Pilot and Observer (South Vietnamese AF) were killed. 
					53-8374 with 1st Air Commando Squadron 34th Tactical Group Bien Hoa South Vietnam
						crashed due to engine failure in South Vietnam Jan 21, 1964. Pilot Survived.
					53-8375 with Detachment 2A, 1st Air Commando Group Bien Hoa South Vietnam
						hit By ground fire and crashed while strafing enemy positions in Soc Trang Province South 
						Vietnam Jun 27, 1963. Pilot and Observer (South Vietnamese AF) Were Killed. 
 					53-8376 with Detachment 2A, 1st Air Commando Group Bien Hoa South Vietnam
						hit By small arms Fire and crashed while attacking VC positions 17 Miles South of Soc Trang 
						South Vietnam Aug 28, 1962. Pilot & Observer (South Vietnamese AF) were killed. 

53-8855   			Assigned to Farm Gate T-28B
					With 1st Air Commando Squadron 34th Tactical Group Bien Hoa South Vietnam
					hit By ground fire and crashed while strafing VC Troops in Phuong Dinh Province South Vietnam Feb 19, 1964
					Pilot & Observer (South Vietnamese AF) were killed.  This Last Number 53-8855 I Can't find it anywhere 
					but that is what is reported in the Military file. 
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