1954 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised May 15, 2015


54-001/097		Cancelled Contract for Republic F-105A Thundershief
54-098/099		Republic YF-105A-1-RE Thunderchief
				098 in gear-up landing at Edwards AFB, California Dec 16, 1955.
54-100/103		Republic F-105B-1-RE Thunderchief
				100 at McClellan Aviation Museum, CA.
				101 crashed at Eglin AFB May 2, 1958, pilot survived.
				102 (MSN B.5) was on display at Brookley Center, Mobile AL.  Noted Feb 2005
					at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, AL.  In 2014 was not on display
					but was awaiting restoration. 
54-104			Republic F-105B-5-RE Thunderchief
				0104 on display at Chanute Air Museum, Rantoul, Illinois
54-105			Republic JF-105B-1-RE Thunderchief
				originally ordered as RF-105B
				Now on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.
54-106/107		Republic F-105B-5-RE Thunderchief
				106 crashed in Atlantic Ocean Dec 1, 1959 uring test flight from Farmingdale, NY, pilot killed.
				107 on display at Hickory, North Carolina.
54-108			Republic JF-105B-1-RE Thunderchief
				originally ordered as RF-105B
54-109/110		Republic F-105B-5-RE Thunderchief
54-111			Republic F-105B-6-RE Thunderchief
54-112			Republic JF-105B-2-RE Thunderchief
				originally ordered as RF-105B
54-113/134		Cancelled contract - Believed for Bell H-13D Sioux
54-135			Douglas C-133A-DL Cargomaster
				MSN 44705.  First flight Apr 23, 1956.  To MASDC as CU004 Mar 8, 1971.  Eventually scrapped in 1971
54-136/138		Douglas C-133A-1-DL Cargomaster
				MSN 44706/44708
				136 to MASDC as CU030 Jul 21, 1971.  Loaned to NASA as 928 from Jun 9, 1965 to May 1969 and modified for Apollo
					command module test drops.  46 drops made.  Purchased by Foundation for Airborne Relief as N136AR for modification
					as flying hospital.  Due to FAA and possibly State Department restrictions, that concept went 
					under.  Landings database has this plane owned by Properties Investment Enterprise LTD of 
					Santa Barbara, CA as N136AB.  In 1997 N136AB was reported derelict at Mojave AP, CA  .
					Has been stored there since 1974.  Reported to have been acquired by
					Jimmy Doolittle Air and Space Museum as spares source for
					56-1999.  N136AB cancelled Oct 11, 2012.
				137 to MASDC as CU002 Jan 7, 1971.  To US Navy as 9C001 May 1, 1974.
					To Properties Investment Enterprises, LTD registered as N2251X Jun 3, 1978, ntu, then by Maurice Carlsson of Anchorage, 
					Alaska. then to Don Howells of HAVECO, a salvage company in Tucson, AZ.  Noted in K-Tech 
					yard Aug 28, 2000.  N2251X cancelled Feb 16, 2011.
				138 to MASDC as CU009 Mar 19, 1971.  Scrapped by end of 1974.
54-139/142		Douglas C-133A-5-DL Cargomaster
				MSN 44709/44712
				139 to MASDC as CU005 Mar 10, 1971.  Scrapped by end of 1974.
				140 (1st ATS, 1607th ATW) crashed Jan 11, 1965 Wake Island during takeoff about 3 mi fro
					end of runway.  All six onboard killed.
				141 to MASDC as CU018 Apr 14, 1971.  Scrapped by end of 1974.
				142 to MASDC as CU017 Apr 12, 1971.  Scrapped by end of 1974.
54-143/146		Douglas C-133A-10-DL Cargomaster
				MSN 44713/44716
				143 to MASDC as CU020 Apr 21, 1971.  Scrapped by end of 1974.
				144 to MASDC as CU016 Apr 9, 1971.  Scrapped by end of 1974.
				145 to MASDC as CU006 Mar 12, 1971.  Scrapped by end of 1974
				146 crashed 26 mi S of Dover AFB, DE April 13, 1958.  4 killed.
54-147/148		Bell XH-33-BF
				Redesignated XV-3
				147 crashed Oct 25, 1956 after experiencing severe in-flight rotor instability.
				148 grounded at NASA Ames July 1962; stored, then to WPAFB, then Davis-Monthan as HW0001 Aug 4, 1976
					and finally US Army Aviation Museum at Fort Rucker, AL. Moved Jan 22, 2004 to 
					Bell Helicopter Flight Research Centre, Arlington, TX for 2-year restoration to 
					display condition.  In 2008 was on display at Air Force Museum.
54-149/150		McDonnell YRF-101A-10-MC Voodoo
54-151/183		Lockheed C-121C-LO Super Constellation
				MSN 1049F-4170/4202.  Model 1049F-55-96
				151 delivered to USAF Jun 1955 to 1608th ATW.
				155 converted to EC-121S.  Now on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum,
					Lackland AFB, Texas.
				156 (MSN 1049F-4175) to MASDC Mar 1972; sold Aug 17, 1972 to Aircraft Specialties Inc, Mesa AZ as 
					N73544 and converted to cropsprayer.  To Classic Air December 1982.  
					operated by Constellation Historical Society since 1991.  First flew after complete
					restoration Jun 23, 1994.  Registration HB-RSC reserved
					May 2007.  US registration N73544 cancelled May 10, 2007,
					subsequently restored, then cancelled again May 29, 2007.  Officially
					registered May 30, 2007 to Super Constellatin Flyers Association
					of Basel as HB-RSC.
				157 (MSN 1049F-4176) to civil registry as N41154Q.  Later to Australia as VH-EAG, which 
					was the registration of a L1049C-55-81 (MSN 4539) later modified to a L1049E-01-55, 
					delivered originally to Quantas April 15, 1955, named 'Southern Constellation' and 
					retired on May 03, 1963 and broken up in Burbank by Airmotive. The C-121C as VH-EAG 
					is now operated by Historical Aircraft Restoration Society of Australia and wears a color scheme
					reminiscent of QANTAS.
				159 converted to EC-121S
				160 converted to JC-121C.  Cockpit seen at Helsinki/Vantaa, Finland Jul 2007
				164 converted to EC-121S
				165 (MSN 1049F-4184) crashed on approach Dec 30, 1956, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
					12 of 38 onboard killed.
				167 converted to VC-121C.  TO MASDC as CK202 Mar 28, 1977
				168 converted to VC-121C
				173 converted to EC-121S
				174 converted to VC-121C
				175 to New Jersey ANG, then to North Carolina ANG, then back to New Jersey ANG.  WFU in 1973, destroyed in 1979.
				177 (MSN 1049F-4196) to civil registry as N1104W.  On display Dec 2008 at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA.
				178 converted to JC-121C.  To MATS.  Destroyed in 1972.
				180 preserved at Charleston AFB, South Carolina, marked as 54-153.
				181 converted to VC-121C.  Used by National Guard at Andrews AFB for VIP transport until 1975.
				182 converted to VC-121C
				183 (MSN 1049F-4202) converted to RC-121D then to EC-121D.  WFU
					and stored at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Sep 1977.  Bought by
					Hangar 10 Inc Nov 15, 1983 and registered as N515AC.
					Leased by Air Cargo International Oct 29, 1984.  Bought by
					Aero Chago SA Sep 1988 and registered as HI-548CT.  WFU and
					stored Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Dec 1992. DBR
					Sep 22, 1998 when a C-46 (HI-503CT, ex 44-77980) was blown into it by
					Hurricane George.  Broken up early 1999.
54-184/260		Northrop F-89D-75-NO Scorpion
				224 (76th FIS) crashed near Presque Isle, ME Nov 24, 1956 during active air defense
					intercept.  Both crew killed
54-261/320		Northrop F-89H-1-NO Scorpion
				298 on displayu at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Texas.
54-321/416		Northrop F-89H-5-NO Scorpion
				0322 on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah.
54-417/446		Douglas RB-66B-DL Destroyer
				MSN 44717/44746.  Production version of RB-66A reconnaissance Destroyer
				417 Damaged in emergency landing at Yokota AB, Japan
					Sep 6, 1957.  To MASDC Jan 20, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Jul 16, 1969 and converted
					to EB-66E and returned to service.  To MASDC as BR133 Feb 11, 1974.  Declared excess Apr 25, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviation,
					Phoenix, AZ Nov 1, 1976
				419 converted to EB-66E.  To MASDC as BR130 Nov 27, 1972.  Declared excess Aug 2, 1974.  To Sun Valley
					Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Nov 1, 1976.
				420 to MASDC May 27, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa OK Jul 12, 1969 and converted to EB-66E.  
					Scrapped at Kadena AB Oct 1973.  
				421 (19th TRS) crashed on approach to Bruntingthorpe, England Dec 14, 1959.  All 3 crewmembers killed.
				422 (10th TRW/10th TRS) crashed on approach to Sculthorpe, England Apr 14, 1958.
					All 3 crew killed.
				423 converted to EB-66E.  To MASDC as BR138 Feb 15, 1974.  Declared excess Apr 25, 1974.  To Sun Valley
					Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Nov 8, 1976.
				424 to MASDC Jan 4, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa OK Nov 21, 1966 and converted to EB-66E and returned 
					to servoce.  Damaged in landing at Yokota AB, Japan Dec 11, 1958.  Crashed Mar 5, 1968 due to engine failure.
				426 to MASDC Jul 9, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK and converted to EB-66E and returned to service.  
					To MASDC as BR110 Aug 18,1970.  Declared excess Mar 28, 1973.  To Sun Valley 
					Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Nov 15, 1976.
				427 to MASDC Jan 30, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa OK Jan 21, 1969 and converted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.  Prior to takeoff at end of runway at Udorn Nov 17, 1971, while running up the engines
					to get takeoff pwoer, the right engine compressor disintegrated and perforated the forward body fuel
					tank, causing a huge fire which destroyed the aircraft.  Crew escaped with minimal injuries.
				429 to MASDC Jul 22, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Jan 11, 1966 and converted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.  To MASDC as BR119 Oct 1, 1970.  Declared excess Mar 28, 1973. To Sun Valley
					Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Nov 15, 1976.
				430 (10th TRW, 19th TRS) lost over North Sea on flight from RAF
					Alconbury Mar 16, 1961.  3 crew missing.
				431 to MASDC Jan 20, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Feb 5, 1969 andconverted to EB-66E and returned to
					service.
				433 (10th TRW/19th TRS) crashed in England Jul 4, 1958.
				434 converted to EB-66E
				435 to MASDC Mar 24, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa Ok Jan 30, 1969 and converted to EB-66E and
					returned to service.  Scrapped at Kadena AB Oct 1973.
				436 to MASDC Mar 24, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 26, 1966
				437 (10th TRW/19th TRS) crashed in England Jul 3, 1958
				438 converted to EB-66E.  Assigned to 39th Tactical Electronics Warfare Squadron, 363rd TRW based at Shaw AFB, SC.
					To MASDC as BR129 Nov 29, 1972.  Declared excess Aug 2, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviatin, Phoenix, AZ Nov 1, 1976.
				439 converted to EB-66E.  With 355th TFW, 42nd TEWS, was damaged by engine explosion and fire while awaiting takeoff
					at Hickam AFB Apr 21, 1970.  All 3 crewmen exited the aircraft safely.
				440 converted to EB-66E.  To MASDC as BR112 Aug 18, 1970.  Declared excess Mar 28,1973.  To Sun Valley Aviation,
					Phoenix, AZ Nov 16, 1976.
				441 converted to EB-66E.  Damaged by fire on taxi Jul 30, 1970. To MASDC as BR114 Sep 18, 1970.  Declared
					excess Mar 28, 1973.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Nov 16, 1976.
				442 to MAASDC Jun 9, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa OK and converted to EB-66E and returned to service.
				443 to MASDC Jul 22, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Feb 14, 1966 and converted to EB-66E and
					returned to service.
				444 (10th TRW/1st TRS) crashed near end of runway at Spangdahlem, 
					West Germany Jul 8, 1958. Crew of 3 killed
				445 to MASDC May 20, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Dec 6, 1966 and converted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.  Jumped chocks on engine runup at Korat RTAFB, ran wing into
					light pole Jul 1973.  Burned at Korat as training exercise Nov 1973.
				446 to MASDC Apr 15, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa OK Mar 11, 1966 and converted to EB-66E and 
					returned to service. To MASDC as BR113 Sep 11, 1970.  Declared excess Mar 28, 1973.  To Sun Valley
					Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Nov 16, 1976.
54-447/476		Douglas RB-66C-DT Destroyer
				MSN 44747/44776.  Seven-place reconnaissance and ECM version
				Redesignated EB-66C in 1966
				451 (19th TRS, 10th TAC Recon Wing) shot down by MiG-19 over Gardelegen, East Germany Mar 10, 1964.
					3 crew members ejected and were captured.
				457 (EB-66C, 41st TEWS) hit by SAM over Vinh, North Vietnam Feb 25, 1966. Pilot flew the crippled
					aircraft over the Gulf of Tonkin, where the crew bailed out.
				459 scrapped at Kadena Oct 1973
				460 crashed Feb 7, 1962 during low-level approach/departure at RAF Chelveston, UK.
					7 aboard, 4 crew ejected out of envelope and were killed.
				461 scrapped at Kadena Oct 1973.
				462 converted to EB-66C.  (355th TFW, 41st TEWS) crashed on landing
					at Ta Khli Dec 6, 1967.  3 crew killed.
				464 converted to EB-66C.  (41st TRS) shot down by SA-2 over North Vietnam July 20, 1966.  Some of crew POW.
				465 on display at Shaw AFB, South Carolina.
				466 converted to EB-66C.  Assigned to Shaw AFB 4419th CCTS/363rd TRW Oct 1967.  (42nd TEWS, 355th TFW) shot down by 
					SAM Apr 2, 1972.  5 KIA.  Navigator bailed out.  His rescue was the famous BAT-21 rescue effort.
				467 to MASDC as BR120 Oct 15, 1970.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Aug 25, 1975.
				468 scrapped at Kadena Oct 1973.
				469 to MASDC as BR115 Sep 24, 1970.  Returned to service Dec 9, 1970.  Scrapped at Kadena Oct 1973.
				470 scrapped at Kadena Oct 1973.
				471 (9th TRS) suffered an explosion of the starboard engine just after takeoff from
					Shaw AFB, SC Mar 10, 1961 on flight intended for Labrador.  Pilot flew to
					Donaldson AFB, Greenville, SC where he made a crashlanding.  Plane destroyed
					by fire, but crew of 7 survived.
				473 (EB-66C, 41st TEWS) crashed 11/17/1967, crew of 5 killed.
				475 (41st TRS, 460th TRW) lost at sea Aug 20, 1966 300 mi NE of Hawaii. All 3 crew lost.
54-477/505		Douglas B-66B-DL Destroyer
				MSN 44777/44805.  Bomber version
				477 modified as NB-66B as landing gear brake testbed with
					special anti-skid drag chute.
				481 converted to NB-66B to test air drops of Gemini and Apollo capsules.
				484 (355th TFW, 41st TEWS) lost Jul 20, 1966. 
				493 (95th BS, 17th BW) crashed on takeoff from Hurlburt Field Apr 1, 1957.  All 3 crew killed.
				494 to MASDC
				495 wo Sep 11, 1957 at Houston, Texas
				497 (34th BS, 17th BW) crashed Oct 6, 1956 after engine flameout near Blackstone, Virginia during flight from
					Harmon AB, Newfoundland to Eglin AFB, Florida.  Three crewmen successfully bailed out.
				499 w/o Oct 26, 1961, North Sea 
54-506/547		Douglas RB-66B-DL Destroyer
				MSN 44806/44847.  Productin version of RB-66A reconnaissance Destroyer.
				506 to MASDC Mar 21, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa OK and converted to EB-66E and returned to
					service.  Scrapped at Kadena Oct 1973
				507 to MASDC Jun 23, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa OK and converted to EB-66E and returned to
					service.  To MASDC as BR139 Feb 19, 1974.  Declared excess Apr 25, 1974.  To Sun Valley
					Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Nov 8, 1976.
				508 to MASDC Mar 4, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Apr 4, 1968 and converted to EB-66E and
					returned to service.  To MASDC Oct 6, 1969,  Returned to service Mar 17, 1970.  Scrapped at Kadena Oct 1973
				509 converted to EB-66E.  Scrapped at Kadena Oct 1973.
				510 converted to EB-66E.  To MASDC as BR126 Nov 7, 1972.  Declared excess Feb 1, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviation,
					Phoenix, AZ Nov 8, 1976.
				511 to MASDC Aug 6, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK and converted to EB-66E and returned to
					service.  To MASDC as BR118 Oct 1, 1970.  To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Aug 26, 1975.
				512 to MASDC Apr 22, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 26, 1966.
				513 to MASDC Jun 10, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 26, 1966
				514 to MASDC Jun 16, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Jan 20, 1969 and converted to EB-66E
					and returned to service.  To MASDC as BR124 Oct 30, 1972.  Declared excess Feb 1, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviation,
					Phoenix, AZ Nov 3, 1976.
				515 converted to EB-66E.  To MASDC as BR116 Sep 24, 1970.  Declared excess Mar 28, 1973. To Sun Valley Aviation,
					Phoenix, AZ Nov 16, 1976.
				516 to MASDC Jun 23, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Feb 10, 1966 and converted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.  To MASDC as BR111 Aug 18, 1970.  Declared excess Mar 28, 1973.  To Sun Valley Aviation,
					Phoenix, AZ Nov 16, 1976.
				517 w/o Dec 16, 1957 Chateauroux AB, France
				518 to MASDC Mar 4, 1965. Declared excess Jan 26, 1966
				519 to MASDC Mar 10, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa OK Apr 29, 1968 andconverted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.   To MASDC as BR127 Nov 7, 1972.  Declared excess Feb 1, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviation,
					Phoenix, AZ Oct 28, 1976.
				520 to MASDC Apr 22, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Apr 29, 1968 and converted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.  Scrapped at Kadena Oct 1973
				521 to MASDC May 13, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Jun 29, 1968 and converted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.  To MASDC as BR123 Oct 5, 1972.  Declared excess Aug 2, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviation,
					Phoenix, AZ Nov 1, 1976
				522 To MASDC Mar 22, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK and converted to EB-66E and returned to
					service.  Scrapped at Kadena Oct 1973
				523 to MASDC Jun 10, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsak OK and converted to EB-66E and returned to 
					service.  Scrapped at Kadena Oct 1973
				524 converted to EB-66E.  With 355th TFW, 42st TEWS crashed in Southeast
					Asia Mar 6, 1968.  All 3 crewmen ejected safely and were
					picked up by helicopter.  
				525 to MASDC Apr 8, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK May 27, 1968 and converted to EB-66E and
					returned to service.  To MASDC as BR140 Feb 20, 1974.  Declared excess Jun 17, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviation,
					Phoenix, AZ Nov 3, 1976.
				526 to MASDC Apr 15, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Mat 2, 1968 and converted to EB-66E and
					returned to service.  To MASDC as BR131 Dec 4, 1972.  Declared excess Feb 1, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviation,
					Phoenix, AZ Nov 8, 1976.
				527 converted to EB-66E.  To MASDC as BR121 Nov 1, 1970.  Declared excess Mar 1, 1973.  To Southwestern Alloys,
					Tucson, AZ Sep 11, 1975.
				528 to MASDC Jun 16, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Mar 26, 1969 and converted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.  To MASDC as BR136 Feb 13, 1974.   Declared excess Apr 25, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviation,
					Phoenix, AZ Nov 8, 1976.
				529 to MASDC May 13, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Jun 21, 1968 and converted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.  To MASDC Oct 10, 1969l  Returned to service Mar 10, 1970.  Crashed on landing at 
					Korat Dec 23, 1972 when engine failed.  Crew of 3 killed.
				531 to MASDC Mar 10, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Feb 11, 1969 and converted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.  To MASDC as BR134 Feb 11, 1974.  Declared excess Apr 25, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviation,
					Phoenix, AZ Nov 8, 1976.
				532 to MASDC Jul 15, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Feb 18, 1969 and converted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.  To MASDC as BR128 Nov 7, 1972.  Declared excess Aug 2, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviation,
					Phoenix, AZ Nov 3, 1976.
				533 converted to EB-66E
				534 to MASDC May 20, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK and converted to EB-66E and returned to
					service.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1969.  Returned to service Feb 17, 1970.  To MASDC as BR137 Feb 15, 1974.  
					Declared exces Apr 25, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Nov 1, 1976.
				536 to MASDC Jul 15, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Jun 8, 1968 and converted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.  W/o Oct 9, 1969 at Spangdahlem AB, West Germany
				537 to MASDC Apr 9, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Feb 15, 1969 and converted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.  Scrapped at Kadena Oct 1973.
				538 to MASDC Mar 21, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 26, 1966
				539 to MASDC Mar 22, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Apr 2, 1969 and converted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.  To MASDC as BR125 Oct 30, 1972.  Declared excess Feb 1, 1974.  To Sun Valley Aviation,
					Phoenix, AZ Nov 8, 1976
				540 to MASDC Apr 9, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa OK Nov 7, 1967 and converted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.  Crashed on takeoff at Korat in 1972. Plane scrapped.
				542 to MASDC Jun 1, 1965.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Oc5 28, 1967 and converted to EB-66E and returned
					to service.  To MASDC as BR109 Aug 12, 1970.  Declared excess Mar 28, 1973.  To Sun Valley Aviation,
					Phoenix, AZ Nov 15, 1976.
				545 to MASD as BR117 Sep 24, 1970.  Declared excess Mar 28, 1973.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Phoenix, AZ Nov 15, 1976.
				546 converted to EB-66E.  Scrapped at Kadena Oct 1973.
54-548/551		Douglas B-66B-DL Destroyer
				MSN 44848/44851.  Bomber version
54-552/553		Fairchild C-123B-1-FA Provider
				MSN 20001/20002
				552 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40552/552.  Preserved at Dong Muang AB in Bangkok
				553 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40553/553.  Preserved at Dong
					Muang AB in Bangkok.  Preserved with Foundation For the Preservation and
					Demonstration of Thai Aircraft, Chang Mai as 553 by 1996.
54-554			Fairchild C-123B-FA Provider
				MSN 20003.  Sent to Stroukoff Aviation Corp in New Jersey and
					became YC-123E-SA 55-4031.  Some databases list this as
					being cancelled.
54-555/558		Fairchild C-123B-2-FA Provider
				MSN 20004/20007
				555 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40555/555.  Preserved at Royal Thai Air Force Museum at Bangkok
				556 converted to YC-134A with Boundary Layer Control and Pantobase
					landing gear.  YC-134 (52-1627) and YC-134A (54-556) were two different aircraft
					with two different serials.  
				557 was static test airframe only.
				558 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40558/558.
54-559/566		Fairchild C-123B-3-FA Provider
				MSN 20008/20015
				559 to Vietnam Air Force
				560 (MSN 20009) to MASDC as CP035 9/19/1973.  To Royal Thai AF as 40560  Nose had been in Planet Hollywood restaurant
					in Paris, but restaurant now closed.
				561 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40561.  Seen WFU at Pusan, South
					Korea in 1996.
				562 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40562
				563 (MSN 20012) to Royal Thai Air Force as 40563.   As L4-3/07 preserved at Quartermaster School, Bangpho,
					Thailand in 2010
				564 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40564
				565 (MSN 20014) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP0084 8/30/1982.  To US
					Naval Museum, then to civilian registry as N123K.  Currently
					belongs to Allwest Freight and last seen in Alaska  Seen Sep 22, 2010.
				566 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40566
54-567/586		Fairchild C-123B-4-FA Provider
				MSN 20016/20035
				567 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40567
				568 to Environmental Protection Agency.  To MASDC 8/16/1973
					as CP0034.  May have gone to Royal Thai Air Force, need
					confirmation.
				569 to Royal Thai Air Force.  Preserved at Chiang Mai AB
				570 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40570
				571 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40571
				572 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40572
				573 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40573
 				574 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40574
				575 to Royal Thai Air Force as 40575
				576 converted to C-123K.  To South Vietnam AF, then to Thai AF.
				577 converted to C-123K.  To South Vietnam AF, later returned to USAF.  to Air America as 577 Feb 21, 1973.  To Laotian AF
				578 (MSN 20027) converted to C-123K.  MAP to South Vietnam AF Jul 5, 1971.  To Khmer AF as 54-578 Aug 1973.
					May have been captured by Khmer Rouge Apr 18, 1975. 
				579 converted to C-123K.  To Cambodian AF Aug 1973, to South Vietnam AF, then to Philippine AF
				580 converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP066 Feb 5, 1982.   To TBM INC as N3142D.
					 Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				581 converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP074 Apr 24, 1982.  Now on civilian registry as N87DT.
				582 (MSN 20031) converted to C-123K.  W/o 12/8/1967 with 315 ACW in Vietnam
				583 (MSN 20032) converted to C-123K, later to UC-123K.  To MASDC as CP086 Sep 13, 1982.
				584 (MSN 20033) converted to C-123K.  To South Vietnam AF, then to Thai AF
				585 (MSN 20034) converted to C-123K, later to UC-123K.  To MASDC Jun 6, 1970.  Returned
					to service Oct 12, 1970.  To MASDC as CP091 Jun 11, 1986.
					Stil on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				586 (MSN 20035) converted to C-123K, later to UC-123K.  To MASDC May 22, 1970.
					returned to service.  To MASDC as CP088 Sep 20, 1982
					Stil on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
54-587/606		Fairchild C-123B-5-FA Provider
				MSN 20036/20055
				587 (MSN 20036) to South Vietna AF, then to Thai AF
				588 (MSN 20037) converted to C-123K, then to UC-123K.  Shot down May 23, 1968 by ground fire during
					a spray run near Xom Rach Goc, SVN wihle with 12th ACS, 315th ACW.
				589 (MSN 20038) sold to USCG as HC-123B.  Also have report that this plane was hit by AAA over Ho Chi
					Minh trail, SVN Mar 24, 1968 and returned to Nakhon Phanom, Thailand but DBR.
				590 (MSN 20039) converted to C-123K.  W/o 3/6/1968 when hit by ground fire on approach to Khe Sanh,
					SVN while with 311 ACS, 315 ACW.
				591 (MSN 20040) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF, later to Philippine AF
				592 (MSN 20041) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC Sep 1982 as CP083.  To civil registry as N9629N.
					Was on display at Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Scotia, New York.  Moved to Warrior and Warbirds
					Museum in North Carolina, with the intention of returning it to airworthy status.
				593 (MSN 20042) converted to C-123K.  Preserved at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX
				594 (MSN 20043) bore Thai AF serial of L4-9/09 but did not officially leave USAF inventory.  Was allocated to 
					USAF 377 CSG at Tan Son Nhut Apr 21, 1966, and remained on their books until sent back to Tainan for further
					maintenance May 30, 1967; modified to C-123K at Hagerstown Jul/Oct-1967.  With 315 ACW, destroyed on 
					ground at Khe Sanh, SVN Mar 17, 1968 by VC mortar attack
				595 (MSN 20044) converted to C-123K.  Veered off runway on landing Jun 25, 1968 and struck parked
					helicopter in SVN while with 310 ACS, 315 ACW.
				596 (MSN 20045) converted to C-123K. TO MASDC Apr 6, 1982 as CP070.
					To Department of State Feb 1989 as N8168T.  Destroyed by grenade on ground at Monteria, 
					Colombia Sep 3, 1989.
				597 (MSN 20046) converted to UC-123B.  Shot down by small arms fire Oct 31, 1966 8 m W of Lai Khe, SVN while
					with 12th ACS, 315th ACW while on defoliation mission.
				598 (MSN 20047) converted to C-123K.  Transferred to South Vietnam AF, then to Philippine AF
				599 (MSN 20048) converted to C-123K.  Transferred to South Vietnam AF, then to Phillipine AF
				600 (MSN 20049) converted to C-123K.  Collided with B-57E 55-4284 while over southern Laos Dec 13, 1968.
				601 (MSN 20050) converted to C-123K.  Transferred to South Vietnam AF
				602 (MSN 20051) converted to C-123K.  Crashed in Panama City, FL Apr 16, 1968 on training mission.
				603 (MSN 20052) converted to C-123K, later to UC-123K.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1981 as CP061.
					Noted as N4254H at Anoka County-Blaine AP, MN.  Now at Olympic Flight Museum, WA.
					Seen at Titusville, FL as N4254H with Discovery Air Charter
				604 converted to C-123K.  On display at Texas Museum of Military History, Dyess AFB, TX
				605 converted to C-123K, later to UC-123K.  To MASDC Jul 8, 1970.  Returned to
					service.  To MASDC as CP090 Jun 5, 1986.
					Stil1 on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				606 converted to C-123K.  Transferred to El Salvador AF.
54-607/626		Fairchild C-123B-6-FA Provider
				MSN 20056/20075
				607 (MSN 20056) converted to C-123K, later to UC-123K.  To MASDC as CP067 Feb 16, 1982.
					Stil1 on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				608 (MSN 20057) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF
				609 (MSN 20058) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP057 7/21/1981.  Now on display at 82nd Airborne Division 
					Memorial Museum, Fort Bragg, NC
				610 (MSN 20059) converted to C-123K.   To MASDC as CP085 8/30/1982.  To civil
					registry as N3836A.  Now on display at Hill AFB, Utah.
				611 (MSN 20060) converted to UC-123B.  Crashed 15 m W of Sepone, Laow Jan 31, 1967 while with 12th ACS,
					315th ACW while on defoliation mission.  May have been brought down by ground fire.
				612 (MSN 20061) converted to C-123K.  Now on display at March Field Museum, California
				613 (MSN 20062) to Air America as 613 Mar 24, 1966.  Converted to C-123K in 1968.  Returned to USAF Apr 28 1971.  Crashed Dec 24, 1971 at
					Long Tieng, Laos. 
				614 (MSN 20063) in crash accident with car at Mitchell Field, NY in 1958.
				615 (MSN 20064) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP045 1/29/1980.  To civil registry as
					N546S.  Listed as being a part of the mysterious Chieftain
					Air, a supposed covert operation run in Africa in the late 1980s.
					Now listed as being registered to James Blumenthal of Kingman, Az.
				616 (MSN 20065) converted to C-123K.  To Air American as 616 Feb 23, 1972.  To Laotian AF in May 1973
				617 (MSN 20066) to Air America as 617 Dec 16, 1965.  Returned to USAF Apr 28, 1967.  Converted to C-123K Jan 22, 1969.
					To Laotian AF in 1973
				618 (MSN 20067) converted to C-123K, later to UC-123K.  To MASDC Jul 5, 1970.  Returned to
					service.  To MASDC as CP071 Apr 14, 1982.
					Stil1 on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				619 (MSN 20068) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP062 10/19/1981.  Later stored as 9C002
					(US Navy).  Seen at scrapyard near AMARC 8/22/2000.
				620 (MSN 20069) converted to C-123K
				621 (MSN 20070) converted to C-123K.  Crashed near Bao Loc, SVN Sep 4, 1967 while with 19th ACS, 315th ACW.
				622 (MSN 20071) converted to C-123K.  FMS to Republic of Korea AF.
					Seen 1996 WFU at Pusan, South Korea.
				624 (MSN 20073) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF, later to Philippine AF.  Preserved at Mactan
					AB, Cebu
				625 (MSN 20074) to Air America as 625 in May 1965.  Regurned to USAF Apr 20, 1969.
					Converted to C-123K in 1969.  Back to Air America as ST-1.  Crashed Jan 3, 1975 at Nha Trang, Vietnam.
				626 (MSN 20075) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF, later to Royal Thai AF as 40626.  
					Crashed into Ban Maetab Mountain, Thailand Jul 29, 1977.  All on board killed.
54-627/646		Fairchild C-123B-7-FA Provider
				MSN 20076/20095
				627 (MSN 20076) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF.
				628 (MSN 20077) converted to C-123K, later to UC-123K.  To MASDC Jul 1, 1970.
					Returned to service.  To MASDC as CP076 May 4, 1982.
					Stil1 on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				629 (MSN 20078) converted to C-123K.  On display at McGuire AFB, NJ
				630 (MSN 20079) shot down by small-arms fire Jul 20, 1967 near Gia Vuc, SVN while with 12th ACS, 3155h ACW
					on defoliation missionl
				632 (MSN 20081) bore Thai AF markings of L4-10/09 but never officially left the USAF inventory.  Arrived at 	
					Tan Son Nhut Feb 9, 1966 from maintenance at Tainan; first went to 24th Air Division; to 375 CSG Apr 8, 1966; to 377 CSG
					Apr 18, 1966; to 315 ACW by May 31, 1967; modified to C-123K at Hagerstown Aug/Sep-67); soc by USAF 16-Jun-72; to 
					SVNAF as `XH'.  to Philippine AF.
					Preserved Cebu-Mactan AB.
				633 (MSN 20082) converted to C-123K, later to UC-123K.  TO MASDC as CP075 4/28/1982.  Now on display at
					Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, GA
				634 (MSN 20083) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF, then to Philippine AF.
				635 (MSN 20084) converted to C-123K, later to UC-123K. To MASDC as CP087 Sep 13, 1982.
					Stil1 on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				636 (MSN 20085) converted to C-123K.  To Air America as 636 Nov 1968.  To Laotian AF (?) Jul 1973
				637 (MSN 20086)  converted to C-123K.  To VNAF, then to Philippine AF
				638 (MSN 20087) to Royal Thai AF
				639 (MSN 20088) converted to C-123K.  Hit by small arms fire and crashed May 18, 1968 6 m from Bien Hoa,
					SVN while with 10SOS/315SOW.  
				640 (MSN 20089) converted to C-123K.
				641 (MSN 20090) supplied to CIA for operations from Taiwan over Chinese mainland.  Crashed Jun 27, 1965 or
					Aug 31, 1965
				642 (MSN 20091) converted to C-123K.  Crashed on takeoff from airfield in Kien Giang Province, SVN
					Oct 10, 1969 while with 310ACS/315ACW. 4 killed
				643 (MSN 20092) to Taiwan AF, believed supplied to CIA for operations from Taiwan over Chinese mainland.  Returned to USAF
					Dec 7, 1966.  Converted to C-123K May 1969. Back to Taiwan AF as 0601 in 1972.  
				644 (MSN 20093) crashed in SVN Jun 30, 1966 while with 310ACS/315ACW.
				645 (MSN 20094) to Air America as 645 May 17, 1964.  Returned to USAF Jun 9, 1974.  Converted to C-123K.  NAP 
					to South Vietnam AF May 8, 1972.  Bailed to Cambodian AF Nov 1972, returned to USAF Dec 1973.
					To Khmer AF Jun 1974. Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  Then to Philippine AF Jun 1979 as 54645. WFU Dec 1980.
					Scrapped at Mactan, Philippines Dec 1980.
54-647/666		Fairchild C-123B-8-FA Provider
				MSN 20096/20115
				647 (MSN 20096) converted to C-123J.  Crashed while with Alaska ANG at Cape Romanzof AFS, Alaska
					Dec 15, 1965 when hit just below the top of a mountain.  All 5
					aboard killed.
				648 (MSN 20097) converted to C-123K.  To Air America as 648 Feb 23, 1972.  Crashed Nov 6, 1972 at Pakson, Laos.
				649 (MSN 20098) converted to C-123K.  Crashed on approach in bad weather near Cam Ranh, SVN Nov 29, 1970 while
					with 310TAS/315TAW.  42 of 44 onboard killed.
				650 (MSN 20099) painted in Royal Thai AF colors but never taken on RThAF charge and remained on USAF inventory.  
					Operated by Thai crews, with at least one USAF crew member onboard.  Thai crews withdrawn in 1970.  
					Converted to C-123K.  Caught fire on landing at airstrip in Thein Ngon, SVN after
					nose gear collapsed Mar 19, 1971 while with 19TAS/315TAW
				651 (MSN 20100) converted to C-123K.  Shot down by ground fire over SVN Nov 29, 1965 while with 309ACS/315ACG
				653 (MSN 20102) converted to C-123K.  Reported crashed on takeoff Mar 31, 1968 due to mechanical
					failure.  Also reported to having gone to Royal Thai AF.  May have been repaired.
				654 (MSN 20103) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF
				655 (MSN 20104) to Air America as 655 Oct 25, 1965, returned to USAF Apr 28, 1967, converted to C-123K.  Crashed in Laos May 23, 1968.
				656 (MSN 20105) converted to C-123K.
				657 (MSN 20106) Assigned to 309th Troop Carrier Group, Tactical Air Command, Ardmore AFB, OK, 1955. Transferred 
					to 60th Troop Carrier Wing,  Medium, USAF Europe, at Dreux AB, France, May 15, 1956. The group returned to 
					Ardmore AFB in July, 1958. Most of the C-123's were returned to the states, being assigned to Air Force 
					Reserve units.  To Taiwan AF May 6, 1963, where there is a possibility that this plane was given to the CIA for 
					operations from Taiwan over Chinese mainland.  Crashed Aug 22, 1967 in South China Sea
				658 (MSN 20107) converted to C-123K, later to UC-123K.  In Apr 1956 to 513th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					Assault (Tactical Air Command), Stewart AFB, TN
					Jul 195 To 346th Tactical Airlift Squadron (TAC), Pope AFB, NC
					Dec 1961 To 464th Tactical Airlift Wing (TAC), Pope AFB, NC
					Jul 1963 To 2nd Air Division HQ (Pacific Air Forces), DaNang AB, South Vietnam
					Oct 1965 To 377th Combat Support Group (PAF), Tan Son Nhut AB, South Vietnam
					Sep 1966 To 35th Tactical Fighter Wing (PAF), DaNang AB, South Vietnam
					Jul 1967 To 315th Air Commando Wing (PAF), Phan Rang AB, South Vietnam
					Jul 1968 To 315th Air Commando Wing (PAF), Bein Hoa AB, South Vietnam
					May 1970 To 24th Special Operations Wing (Southern Air Command), Howard AFB, Panama
					Nov 1971 To 906th Tactical Airlift Group (Air Force Reserve), Lockbounre AFB, OH
					Jun 1975 To 356th Tactical Airlift Squadron (AFR), Lockbourne AFB, OH
					Jan 1976 To 355th Tactical Airlift Squadron (AFR), Rickenbacker AFB, OH
					Retired to MASDC as CP0079 July 8, 1982.  To Dover AFB, DE for display in 1987
					Registered N97033 with Department of State Dec 28, 1987, cancelled Aug 18, 1993 on return to USAF
					Now preserved at Air Mobility Museum, Dover AFB, Delaware.
				659 (MSN 20108) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP060 10/8/1981.  To Department of
					State as N2129J.  To AMARC as CP095 1/3/1994, later as MC0002.  To Department of
					State Oct 1989 as N2129J.  Returned to USAF/AMARC Apr 1994.  Registration N123KJ reserved.  Registered Apr 11, 2003 
					to Astre Air International of Watkins, CO as N123KJ.  Noted in a scrap
					yard at Tucson, AZ wearing N123KJ.
				660 (MSN 20109) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF
				661 (MSN 20110) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP048 2/15/1980.  To civilian register
					as N4112A.
				662 (MSN 20111) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF
				663 (MSN 20112) converted to C-123K.  Preserved at Howard AFB, Canal Zone  Later at Costa Verde Hotel and
					Resort in San Jose, Costa Rica.  In 2011 was serving as a bar and restaurant called "El Avion" in Quepos, Costa
					Rica, on Manuel Antonio Hill.  According to the restaurant, this was one of the two C-123's used during the 
					Iran-Contra affair in 1986
				664 (MSN 20113) converted to C-123K. In 1966 was JC-123B.  To Thai AF in 1973.  To MASDC as CP053 6/2/1981.  To civil registry as N22968.
					Preserved at Beaver Falls, PA. Seen at Oshkosh Air Venture 2002 as N22968.
				665 (MSN 20114) converted to C-123K.  To Royal Thai AF.
54-667/686		Fairchild C-123B-9-FA Provider
				MSN 20116/20135
				667 (MSN 20116) converted to C-123K.  Hit by landing F-105D 59-1737 while taxing at
					Tan Son Nhut Oct 25, 1967 while with 315ACW, 310th ACS.  Aircraft was destroyed, but all crew survived with burn injiries.
					Pilot of F-105D was killed.
				668 (MSN 20117) converted to C-123K.  To US Coast Guard as 4668 3/22/1960.
					Returned to USAF 6/4/1969 and to MASDC May 1971 as CP006.  Now preserved at USAF History and Traditions 
					Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.
				669 (MSN 20118) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP078 5/19/1982.  Now preserved at 
					Pope AFB, North Carolina.
				670 converted to C-123K.  To VNAF, later to Royal Thai Air Force.
				671 (MSN 20120) to Air American as 671 Dec 14, 1965.  Returned to USAF Apr 28, 1967.  Converted to C-123K May 25, 1969.   
					To Laotian AF in 1972, to Thai AF in 1975.  Now at Titusville.
				672 (MSN 20121) crashed on takeoff at air show in Wilmington, NC Sep 24, 1961 while serving as
					Thunderbirds support aircraft.
				673 converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP022 Jul 6, 1970.  To VNAF, then to Philippine AF, perhaps
					also to Thai AF.
				674 converted to C-123K.  TO MASDC as CP054 6/3/1981.  To civilian
					registry as N674JK.  To HR-ALK.  Seen at Titusville, FL by 1993 in poor condition.
					N674JK was a 1986 reservation for Air America Foundation, Registration
					N38LF reserved Nov 3, 2006 for Aviation Industrial, Realty Corp of
					Dunnellon, FL and taken up Nov 8, 2006.
				675 to Air America as 675 in May 1965.  Returned to USAF Mar 25, 1969.  Converted to C-123K in 1969.  To Air America again as ST-2.
					W/o Aug 28, 1972 at Pleiku, Vietnam
				676 (MSN 20125) crash-landed in SVN following inflight fire Jan 9, 1966 while with 315ACG.
				677 (MSN 20126) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP044 7/2/1980.  To civilian
					registry as N677DG, later to XA-SNB.  Believed that the plane
					operated with Chieftain Air, a supposedly covert operation run
					out of Africa in the late 1980s.  Damaged beyond repair at Bahia de Tortugas
					airstrip, Mexico Sep 18, 1996.  All 5 on board killed.
				678 converted to C-123K.  To VNAF, then to Thai AF.  Seen Oct 2007 at Jinju ROKAF Tech High School
				679 (MSN 20128) converted to C-123K.  to MASDC as CP058 9/2/1981.  To civilian
					registry as N4410F.  To Corporate Air Services (a CIA front) as HPF821.  
					Used in US government-sponsored covert resupply program for the Contras in
					Nicaragua.  Shot down over Nicaragua near San Carlos Oct 5, 1986 by Sandinista
					soldier using a SA-7 missile.  2 pilots killed.  Loadmaster
					Eugene Hasenfus parachuted to safety and was taken prisoner.  Released Dec 1986.
				680 (MSN 20129) converted to C-123K.  MAP to Khmer AF as 45-680 Mar 1975.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.L.4k_14/18, code 40680.  SOC Feb 27, 1984.
				681 converted to C-123K.  To civilian registry as N681DG 1987.
					Preserved at Sheppard AFB.  N681DG has had its jet engines
					removed, effectively restoring it to C-123B configuration.  Sold to
					Hagerstown Aviation Museum in Maryland in 2013.  Awaiting ferry from Florida.
				682 (MSN 20132) converted to C-123K.  MAP to South Vietnam AF May 3, 1971.  Returned to USAF.  To Cambodian AF 
					as 54-0682 Dec 1973.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Royal Thai Air Force as B.L.4K-15/18, code 40682
					Nov 20, 1975.  SOC Feb 27, 1984 and scrapped Apr 1988.
				683 converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP089 9/27/1982.  To civilian
					registry as N4034L.  Now preserved at Air Force Flight Test
					Center Museum, Edwards AFB, CA.
				684 converted to C-123K.  To VNAF.
				685 converted to C-123K, then to UC-123K.  To MASDC as CP077 May 12, 1982.
					Stil1 on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				686 painted in Royal Thai AF colors but never taken on RThAF charge and remained on USAF inventory.  Operated by
					Thai crews, with at least one USAF crew member onboard.  Thai crews withdrawn in 1970.   converted to C-123K.  
					To VNAF, then to Philippine Air Force.
54-687/706		Fairchild C-123B-10-FA Provider
				MSN 20136/20155
				687 (MSN 20136) converted to C-123K.  To Air America as 687 Mar 22, 1973.  FMS to Republic of Korea AF.  Sold in
					Jan 1990 to Fowler Aeronautical Services, Inc, implying that it had
					returned from Korea before that date.
				688 (MSN 20137) converted to C-123K.  W/o Jan 3,1970 in SVN after nose gear failed with 19th TAS, 315th TAW
				689 (MSN 20138) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP050 7/21/1980.  To civilian
					registry as N689SM.
				690 (MSN 20139) converted to C-123K.  To Air America as 690 May 1, 1970.  Returned to USAF Jul 11, 1970.
					MAP to VNAF as 54690 and later to Royal Thai Air Force as 54-699.  To Cambodian AF as 54-0690 
					Nov 20, 1973.  To Thai AF again Mar 4, 1974 as 54-690, code 40690.
				691 (MSN 20140) converted to C-123K, and later to NC-123K (AC-123K) under Project Black Spot for night interdiction
					missions.  To MASDC as CP025 1971.  Returned to C-123K standards and
					delivered under MAP to Khmer AFG as 54-0691.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Royal Thai Air Force as
					B.L.4K-9/18, code 40691 Sep 22, 1975.  SOC Mar 29, 1989
				692 (MSN 20141) converted to C-123K.  Preserved at Chanute AFB.  No longer there.
				693 (MSN 20142) converted to C-123K, and later to UC-123K.  To MASDC Jul 6, 1970.
					Returned to service.  To MASDC as CP081 Jul 15, 1982.
					Stil1 on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				694 (MSN 20143) converted to C-123K.  Crashed on takeoff Mar 1, 1968 from Khe Sanh, SVN while
					with 311ACS/315ACW after being hit by mortar fragments.
				695 (MSN 20144) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP069 3/30/1982.  To US State
					Department as N8190B.  Back to AMARC as CP094 12/27/1993.
					Relabeled as MC0001 at AMARC 11/4/1994.  Listed as going to
					Minnesota Air National Guard Museum in 1997, but now owned by Hawkins and Powers
					and is undergoing a check before being made airworthy.  Stored at Greybull, WY
					as N8190B.  In 2008 was in storage at the Warner Museum of Aviation and
					Transportation, Sioux City, IA
				696 (MSN 20145) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF.
				697 (MSN 20146) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF, then to Philippine AF
				698 (MSN 20147) converted to C-123K, and later to NC-123K (AC-123K) under Project Black Spot for night inderdiction
					missions.  Returned to C-123K standards and to MASDC as CP024 Jul 9, 1970.  MAP to Khmer AF as 54-0698.  Escaped
					to Thailand in 1975.  To Royal Thai Air Force as B.L.4K-10/18, code 40698 Sep 18, 1975.  SOC May 21, 1991.
					Displayed near Si Racha, Chonburi province.
				699 (MSN 20148) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF and then to Royal Thai Air Force.
				700 (MSN 20149) converted to C-123K.  MAP to Khmer AF as 54-0700.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.L.4K-16/18, code 40700 Nov 20, 1975.  SOC May 21, 1991.
				701 (MSN 20150) converted to C-123K, and later to UC-123K.  To
					MASDC May 22, 1970.  Returned to service.  To MASDC as CP073 Apr 21, 1982.
					Stil1 on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				702 (MSN 20151) crashed near Bin Khe, SVN Jan 25, 1966 after engine fire.  46 killed.
				703 (MSN 20152) converted to C-123K.  To El Salvador AF as FAES120.  Destroyed on ground
					at San Miguel Mar 21, 1984.
				704 (MSN 20153) converted to C-123K.  To Royal Thai Air Force.  Might have been supplied to CIA for
					operations from Taiwan over Chinese mainland.
				705 (MSN 20154) to USCG as HC-123B 4705 3/22/1960.  Returned to USAF 3/24/1972.  
					To MASDC Mar 14, 1972.  To Thai AF.
				706 (MSN 20155) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP072 4/19/1982.  To civilian
					registry as N94DT.  Registered November 1995 to Military Aircraft Restoration of
					Anaheim, CA as N94DT.  Parts of this aircraft were used in the
					crash scenes in the movie "Conair"
54-707/715		Fairchild C-123B-11-FA Provider
				MSN 20156/20164
				707 (MSN 20156) converted to C-123K.  W/o Oct 11, 1977 in emergency landing at Westover AFB.
				708 (MSN 20157) crashed in SVN Dec 17, 1968 while on ferry flight with 309SOS/315SOW.
					14 of 44 onboard killed.
				709 (MSN 20158) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP064 11/4/1981.  Changed
					to 9C0003 in 1984.  To civilian registry as N709RR in 1986. Starred in film *Con-Air*.
					Curently registered to Allwest Freight and last seen in 
					Alaska in 2006.  Destroyed in fatal crash Aug 1, 2010 on or near Mt. Healy, Alaska.
				711 (MSN 20160) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP046 Jun 29, 1980.
					Stil1 on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				713 (MSN 20162) converted to C-123K.  MAP to Khmer AF as 54-0713.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.L.4K-17/18, code 40713 Nov 28, 1975.  SOC May 21, 1991.
				714 (MSN 20163) converted to C-123K.  Crash-landed in SVN while with 19SOS/315SOW Sep 12, 1968 when
					one prop went into reverse and aircraft veered off runway
				715 (MSN 20164) to Taiwan AF May 6, 1963.  Returned to USAF Dec 7, 1966.  May have been supplied to CIA for 
					operations from Taiwan over Chinese mainland.  Crashed May 10, 1967 at Hsinchu AB, Taiwan?
54-716/718		Cessna XT-37-CE
				MSN 40001/40003
				716 first flight 9/12/54
				717 (MSN 40002) believed to be the unmarked XT-37 at Planes of Fame Jan 2002.
				718 (MSN 40003) reported Spring 2004 at Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, KS
54-719/758		Piper L-18C-PI Super Cub
				MSN 18-3419/3458.  PA-18 Super Cub 95 MDAP aircraft for West Germany
				719 (MSN 18-3419) to Luftwaffe as AS+510, later AC+510 and finally 96+01.  To civil 
					registry as D-EDSN and then D-EDGN 2003
				720 (MSN 18-3420) to West German AF as AS+509, later AC+501, later
					NL+107, later 96+02.  Became D-EGFG.
				721 (MSN 18-3421) to West German AF as AS+512, later AA+512,
					later AC+512, later NL+106, later 96+03.  Became D-EEQW.
				722 (MSN 18-3422) to West German Luftwaffe as 96+04.  To D-EFLC
				723 (MSN 18-3423) to West German AF as 96+05, then to civil registry as D-EDPF
				724 (MSN 18-3424) to West German AF as AS+511, later AC+511,
					later CA+511. Was then to have become D-EMEV but NTU,
					remained with Luftwaffe but reserialed D-9503, later
					reverteing to CA+511, later SE+450, later 96+06.  Was to have
					become D-EFYK but NTU.  Reservation F-GVPH reserved
					Nov 2006
				725 (MSN 18-3425) to West German AF as AS+514, later AA+514, later 
					AC+514, later QZ+010, later PZ+901, and finally 96+07.
					Then became D-EBBB.
				726 (MSN 18-3426) to West German AF as AS+515, later AC+515, later
					SA+120, later 96+08.  Became D-EDMW.
				727 (MSN 18-3427) to West German AF as AS+516, later AA+516, later
					AC+516, later NL+???, later 96+09.  Became D-EDFZ.
				729 (MSN 18-3429) to West German Navy as SB+220.  Damaged by a cow nibbling on the tail at Wursterheide
					Nov 10 1960.  To Luftwaffe as 96+10.
				730 (MSN 18-3430) to West German AF as AS+519, later AA+519, later
					AC+519, later 96+11. Became D-EMHC.
				731 (MSN 18-3431) TO as+540.  DBR during delivery Sep 11, 1956.  Cancelled Dec 21, 1956
				732 (MSN 18-3432) to 96+12.  To D-EAWK, D-EAHX
				733 (MSN 18-3433) to West German AF as AS+521, later AA+521,
					later AC+521, later SC+340, later 96+13. Became D-EMEK
				734 (MSN 18-3434) to AA+522.  Flew into power line, crashed and caught fire near Landsberg AB, West Germany
					Oct 3, 1957
				736 (MSN 18-3436) to West German AF as AS+503, later AC+504,
					later NL+101, later 96+15.  Became D-EFCK.
				737 (MSN 18-3437) to West German AF as AC+505, to QZ+030, to PX+901, to 96+16.  To D-EFSW
				738 (MSN 18-3438) to West German AF as AS+505, later AC+506,
					later 96+17.  Became D-EDSL.
				739 (MSN 18-3439) to West German AF as AS+524, later AC+524, later 
					NL+117, later 96+18.  Became D-EFCN.
				740 (MSN 18-3440) to West German AF as AS+531, later AC+531, later
					QZ+020.  Became D-EHLJ
				741 (MSN 18-3441) to AS+530.  Crashed during training flight Kollmar-Langenhals, West Germany Nov 2, 1957.
				742 (MSN 18-3442) to Luftwaffe as AS+506, later AC+507, QZ+001, QW+901 and finally 96+19.
					To civil registry as D-EDCM, then TF-PAC, then LN-LJG, then SE-ITP, and finally G-BVRZ  Fuselage used in
					rebuilt of 53-4733.
				743 (MSN 18-3443) to Luftwaffe with 96+20.  On display at Militarhistoriches Museum der Bundeswehr-Luftwaffenmuseum
					at Berlin-Gatow as AS+525.
				746 (MSN 18-3446) to 96+22.  To D-ELCN
				747 (MSN 18-3447) to Luftwaffe as AS+508, then AC+507, then QZ+011,
					then PY+901, then 96+23.  Civilianized as D-ECLN.  Registered G-BLLN Jun 27, 1984, initially as
					PA-19 with MSN 18-3447, now quoted as L-18C
				748 (MSN 18-3448) to West German AF as AS+533, later AC+533, later
					NL+114, later 96+24.  Became D-EEWL.
				749 (MSN 18-3449) to West German AF as AS+534, later AA+534, later
					AC+534.  Was to have become D-EMDY but NTU and remained as
					AC+534, later NL+115 and finally 96+15.  Then became D-ECGH.
				750 (MSN 18-3450) to West German AF as AS+535, later AC+535, later
					NL+103 and finally 96+26.   Then became D-EBYX.
				751 (MSN 18-3451) to Luftwaffe as AS+501, later AC+502, later NL+104,
					later 96+27.  Became D-EDPM.  Registered G-KAMP
					May 9, 1997.
				752 (MSN 18-3452) to West German AF as AS+527, later AC+527, later NL+119, later
					96+28.  Became D-EDFT.
				753 (MSN 18-3453) to West German AF as AS+508, later AC+509, later 
					NL+120, later 96+29.  Became D-EKBO.
				754 (MSN 18-3454) to West German AF as AS+536, later AC+536, later
					NL+116, later 96+30. Became D-EJGR.
				755 (MSN 18-3455) to West German AF as 98+31.  Became D-EFTB.
				756 (MSN 18-3456) to West German AF as AS+528, later AC+528, later
					NL+110, and finally 96+32.  Then became D-EBXF.  Active as D-EBXF in Jul 2013 woth Neuberg Air Base flying club
				757 (MSN 18-3457) to West German AF as AS+539, later AC+539, later
					NL+112, later 96+33.  Became D-EFBR.  In 2014 was still flying in Furstenfeldbruck
				758 (MSN 18-3458) to 96+34.  To D-EAMC.  Destroyed Jun 17, 1982
54-759/861		Cancelled contract
54-862/881		Hiller H-23B-UH Raven 
				MSN 675/679, 681/865, 687/690, 694, 693, 695/697, 691 respectively
				862/877 for Netherlands under MDAP as O-16/O-31.
				862 (MSN 675) to Dutch AF as O-16.  To civil registry as N46377
				863 (MSN 676) to Dutch AF as O-17.  To civil registry as N8504, then OH-HHE, then SE-HIK
				865 (MSN 678) to Dutch AF as O-19.  To cvil registry as N9885.
				867 (MSN 681) to Dutch AF as O-21.  To civil registry as N8503, then K-HGAG, then N4433K.
				869 (MSN 683) to Dutch AF as O-23.  To civil registry as OH-HHA
				870 (MSN 684) to Dutch AF as O-24.  To civil regiastry as N4725
				872 (MSN 687) to Dutch AF as O-26.  To civil registry as G-AYCH.
				877 (MSN 693) to Dutch AF as O-31.  To civil registry as N4877A
				878 to MASDC as XG155 Feb 17, 1972
				879 to N92394
				880 to MASDC as XG141 Oct 8, 1972.  To N9019T
				881 to MASDC as XG086 Nov 22, 1971.
54-882/937		Sikorsky H-34A-SI Choctaw 
				Some converted to H-34B and H-34C.  Redesignated CH-34A/B/C in 1962.
				882 (MSN 58-129) to Vietnam AF
				883 (MSN 58-130) to MASDC as XJ044 Mar 15, 1972.
				884 (MSN 58-131) to Vietnam AF
				885 (MSN 58-132) to MASDC as XJ125 Aug 29, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				886 (MSN 58-133) used by Air America in Laos.  Lost May 1963.
				887 (MSN 58-134)
				888 (MSN 58-135)
				889 (MSN 58-136) to Vietnam AF
				890 (MSN 58-137)
				891 (MSN 58-138) to Vietnam AF.  To MASDC as HD023 Oct 2, 1969.
				892 (MSN 58-150)
				893 (MSN 58-151) to MASDC as XJ122 Aug 28, 1972.
				894 (MSN 58-152)
				895 (MSN 58-153)
				896 (MSN 58-154) to MASDC as XJ077 Apr 19, 1972, later changed to 3H0251.
				897 (MSN 58-155)
				898 (MSN 58-156)
				899 (MSN 58-157)
				900 (MSN 58-158)
				901 (MSN 58-159)
				904 to MASDC as XJ187 Oct 23, 1973.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				905 to MASDC as XJ090 May 1, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				912 (MSN 58-192) to MASDC as XJ106 Jun 15, 1972, later renumbered 3H252.
				913 (MSN 58-193) 
				914 (MSN 58-194) was on static display at DuPage Airport, IL as late
					as Dec 1995.  Not sure where it is now.
				915 (MSN 58-195) to civil registry as N9032F.  
				916 (MSN 58-196) to MASDC as XH022 Jan 29, 1972.
				917 (MSN 58-197) to MASDC as XJ169 Feb 5, 1973.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				918 (MSN 58-198)
				919 (MSN 58-199) to MASDC as XJ092 May 4, 1972.
				920 (MSN 58-200) to Uruguay Navy as A-063.  Scrapped
				922 (MSN 58-213) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Feb 14, 1969.
				923 (MSN 58-214) 
				924 (MSN 58-215)
				925 (MSN 58-216) to Vietnam AF.  w/o Apr 10, 1968.
				926 (MSN 58-217) 
				927 (MSN 58-218) to Vietnam AF.  Wo May 10, 1966.
				928 (MSN 58-219) to Vietnam AF
				929 (MSN 58-220)
				930 (MSN 58-221)
				931 (MSN 58-222)
				932 (MSN 58-235)
				933 (MSN 58-236) to Royal Thai AF as 20153
				934 (MSN 58-237) to Royal Thai AF as 20151
				935 (MSN 58-238)
				936 (MSN 58-239)
				937 (MSN 58-240) to MASDC as XJ007 Dec 21, 1971.
54-938/992		Cancelled contract
54-993/1001		Sikorsky H-37A-SI Mojave
				Most converted to H-37B.
				994 (N50119) to MASDC as XK028.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				996 (N50174) seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				997 (N50226) to MASDC as XK016.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				998 (N50253) to MASDC as XK026.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				999 to N14463
				1000 (N51891) to MASDC as XK006.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
54-1002/1230		Cancelled contract
54-1231/1232		North American F-86K-13-NA Sabre
				MSN 213-1/2.  for MAP
				1231/1232 to Norway
				1231 (MSN 213-1) bailed back to North American for tests.  MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41231. W/o May 24, 1964
				1232 (MSN 213-2) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41232.  W/o Mauy 24, 1964
54-1233/1238		North American F-86K-14-NA Sabre
				MSN 213-3/8.  For MAP
				1233 (MSN 213-3) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41233.  W/o Dec 31, 1963
				1234 (MSN 213-4) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41234.  W/o Jan 18, 1962
				1235 to Netherlands AF as Q-235
				1236 (cn 213-6) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41236.  W/o Mar 18, 1963
				1237 to Netherlands AF as Q-237.  scrapped 1963-64
				1238 to Netherlands AF as Q-238.  scrapped 1963-64
54-1239/1250		North American F-86K-15-NA Sabre
				MSN 213-9/20.  For MAP
				1239 to the Netherlands AF as Q-239.  w/o Mar 16, 1961
				1240 (MSN 213-10) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41240.  W/o Jul 21, 1958
				1241 (MSN 213-11) to the Netherlands AF as Q-241.  Also listed as going to Royal Norwegian AF as 41241 and SOC Aug 18, 1967
				1242 (MSN 213-12) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41242.  W/o Mar 10, 1956
				1243 (MSN 213-13) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41243.  W/o Apr 20, 1963
				1244 to the Netherlands AF as Q-244.  Scrapped 1963-64, but cockpit preserved
					at Militair Luchtvaard Museum, Soesterberg, Netherlands.
				1245 (MSN 213-15) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41245.  Stored at Bodo.  Last noted Feb 2011
				1246 to the Netherlands AF as Q-246.  Scrapped 1963-64.
				1247 (MSN 213-17) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41247. W/o Oct 31, 1962
				1248 (MSN 213-18) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41248.  Preserved at Risnes, Norway
				1249 to the Netherlands AF as Q-249. Transferred to Italy in 1963. 
					W/o Jul 16, 1963, details?
				1250 to the Netherlands AF as Q-250.  W/o Mar 16, 1961
54-1251/1275		North American F-86K-17-NA Sabre
				MSN 213-21/45.  For MAP
				1251 (MSN 313-21) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41251.  SOC Aug 16, 1968
				1252 to the Netherlands AF as Q-252.  W/o Oct 14, 1960
				1253 to the Netherlands AF as Q-253.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1254 (MSN 213-24) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41254.  W/o Mar 10, 1956
				1255 to the Netherlands AF as Q-255.  W/o May 7, 1963
				1256 to the Netherlands AF as Q-256.  Transferred to Italy in 1963.
					In 2008 was at Deutsches Tecknik Museum, Berlin, Germany
					in Italian AF as serial 41256 coded 51-50.
				1257 to the Netherlands AF as Q-257.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1258 (MSN 213-28) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41258.  W/o Mar 10, 1956
				1259 to the Netherlands AF as Q-259.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1260 (MSN 313-30) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41260.  W/o Jun 16, 1958
				1261 to the Netherlands AF as Q-261, transferred to Italy in 1963
				1262 (MSN 213-32) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41262.  W/o Apr 12, 1967
				1263 to the Netherlands AF as Q-263.  - w/o
				1264 to the Netherlands AF as Q-264.  W/o Jun 29, 1956
				1265 (MSN 213-35) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41265.  W/o Mar 10, 1956
				1266 (MSN 213-36) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41266.  Now in Flyhistorisk Museum Sola, Stavanger, Norway marked
					as 41266, code K-L   
				1267 (MSN 213-37) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41267.  SOC Jan 27, 1968
				1268 (MSN 213-38) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41268.  SOC Jan 13, 1967
				1269 to the Netherlands AF as Q-269.  W/o Jan 29, 1968
				1270 (MSN 213-40) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41270.  SOC Aug 18, 1967
				1271 (MSN 213-41) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41271.  SOC Jan 17, 1968
				1272 (MSN 213-42) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41272.  SOC Jan 17, 1968
				1273 to the Netherlands AF as Q-273.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1274 (MSN 213-44) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41274.  At Forsvarets Flysamling, Gardermoen, Oslo, Norway, 
					marked as 41274, code RI-T     
				1275 to the Netherlands as Q-275.  Transferred to Italy in 1963
54-1276/1300		North American F-86K-18-NA Sabre
				MSN 213-46/70.   For MAP
				1276 (MSN 213-46) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41276.  W/o Oct 15, 1965
				1277 to the Netherlands AF as Q-277.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1278 to the Netherlands AF as Q-278.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1279 (MSN 213-49) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41279.  W/o Jun 27, 1956
				1280 to the Netherlands AF as Q-280.  Scrapped 1963-64.
				1281 (MSN 213-51) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41281.  SOC Dec 18, 1964
				1282 (MSN 213-52) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41282.  W/o Aug 27, 1955 before delivery.
				1283 to the Netherlands as Q-283 11/19/1955.  SOC
					10/2/1964.  Preserved on pole a MLM Militaire Luchtvaartmuseum Kamp Zeist.
					Was formerly a gate guardian at Twenthe.
				1284 (MSN 213-54) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41284.  SOC Dec 3, 1964
				1285 (MSN 213-55) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41285.  SOC Dec 3, 1964
				1286 to the Netherlands AF as Q-286.  W/o Aug 28, 1961
				1287 (MSN 213-57) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41287.  SOC Aug 8, 1967
				1288 to the Netherlands AF as Q-288.
					Transferred to Italy in 1963.  Tail to 55-4869
				1289 (MSN 213-59) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41289.  W/o Apr 12, 1957
				1290 (MSN 213-60) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41290.  Was on display as gate guard Gardermoen, Oslo, Norway, 
					marked as ZK-Z.  Moved to Forsvarets Flysamling museum in 1998.  Has also been marked ZK-O, AH-O, RI-Z and RI-D.  Had been removed by 2014.
				1291 to the Netherlands.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1292 to the Netherlands as Q-292.
					transferred to Italy in 1963
				1293 to the Netherlands AF as Q-293.  W/o Jan 2, 1964
				1294 (MSN 213-64) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41294.  SOC Dec 3, 1964
				1295 (MSN 213-65) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41295.  SOC Sec 3, 1964
				1296 to the Netherlands AF as Q-296.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1297 to the Netherlands AF as Q-297.
					Transferred to Italy in 1963
				1298 (MSN 213-68) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41298.  SOC Dec 3, 1964
				1299 to the Netherlands AF as Q-299.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1300 (MSN 213-70) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41300.  SOC Jan 17, 1968
54-1301/1350		North American F-86K-19-NA Sabre
				MSN 213-71/120.  for MDAP
				1301 to the Netherlands AF as Q-301.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1302 (MSN 213-72) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41302.  W/o Jul 27, 1965
				1303 (MSN 213-73) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41303.  W/o May 24, 1964
				1304 (MSN 213-74) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41304.  SOC Aug 18, 1967
     				1305 to the Netherlands AF as Q-305.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1306 (MSN 213-76) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41306.  SOC Jan 17, 1968
				1307 to the Netherlands AF as Q-307.  Scrapped 1963-64.
				1308 to the Netherlands AF as Q-308.  W/o May 7, 1963  
				1309 (MSN 213-79)  MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41309.  W/o May 29, 1957
				1310 to the Netherlands AF as Q-310.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1311 to the Netherlands AF as Q-311.  W/o Aug 12, 1958
				1312 (MSN 213-82) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41312.  W/o Jan 20, 1962
				1313 (MSN 213-83) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41313.  Stored at Bardufoss.  Last noted Jul 2011
				1314 to the Netherlands AF as Q-314
				1315 to the Netherlands AF as Q-315.
					transferred to Italy in 1963
				1316 (MSN 213-86) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41316.  SOC Jan 17, 1968
				1317 to the Netherlands AF as Q-317.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1318 (MSN 213-88) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41318.  W/o Mar 23, 1957
				1319 (MSN 213-89) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41319.  W/o Sep 25, 1965
				1320 (MSN 213-90) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41320.  W/o Mar 5, 1964
				1321 to the Netherlands AF as Q-321.  W/o Jan 10, 1962
				1322 to the Netherlands AF as Q-322.  W/o Jan 2, 1962
				1323 to the Netherlands AF as Q-323.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1324 (MSN 213-94) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41324.  W/o Jun 30, 1966
				1325 to the Netherlands AF as Q-325.  W/o Jul 25, 1963 
				1326 (MSN 213-96) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41326.  W/o Jul 17, 1963
				1327 to the Netherlands AF as Q-327.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1328 (MSN 213-98) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41328.  SOC Aug 18, 1967
				1329 to the Netherlands AF as Q-329.  Scrapped 1963-64.
				1330 to the Netherlands AF as Q-330.  Scrapped 1963-64.
				1331 (MSN 213-101) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41331.  SOC Dec 3, 1964
				1332 (MSN 213-102) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41332.  W/o Nov 1, 1962
				1333 to the Netherlands AF as Q-333.  Scrapped 1963-64.
				1334 (MSN 213-104) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41334.  SOC Jan 17, 1968
				1335 (MSN 213-105) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41335.  SOC Aug 18, 1967
				1336 to the Netherlands AF as Q-336.  Scrapped 1963-64     
				1337 to the Netherlands AF as Q-337.  Scrapped 1963-64 
				1338 (MSN 213-108) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41338.   Stored at Askoy, Norway.  Last noted Feb 2007
				1339 to the Netherlands AF as Q-339.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1340 to the Netherlands AF as Q-340.  W/o Jul 1, 1963
				1341 (MSN 213-111) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41341.   SOC Aug 18, 1967
				1342 (MSN 213-112) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41342.  SOC Jan 17, 1968
				1343 to the Netherlands AF as Q-343.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1344 to the Netherlands AF as Q-344.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1345 to the Netherlands AF as Q-345.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1346 to the Netherlands AF as Q-346.  Scrapped 1963-64
				1347 (MSN 213-117) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41347.  W/o Jun 8, 1957
				1348 (MSN 213-118) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41348.  W/o Oct 30, 1963
				1349 to the Netherlands AF as Q-349.  W/o Feb24, 1961   
				1350 to the Netherlands AF as Q-350.  Scrapped 1963-64
54-1351/1354		Convair TF-102A-5-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1351 first flight 11/18/1955.  Converted to GTF-102A.  Now at 
					Selfridge Military Air Museum.
				1352 to Turkish AF
				1353 at Lancaster/Fox Field (CA).  Noted stored at Edwards AFB, California fall 2003
				1354 converted to NTF-102A.  TO MASDC as FJ063 Dec 3, 1969.
					Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s
54-1355/1359		Convair TF-102A-10-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1356 converted to NTF-102A.  To MASDC as FJ005 Nov 13, 1969
				1358 converted to NTF-102A.  To MASDC as FJ020 Nov 19, 1969
				1359 converted to NTF-102A.  To MASDC as FJ047 Nov 25, 1969
54-1360			Convair TF-102A-35-CO Delta Dagger
				To Turkish AF.
54-1361/1365		Convair TF-102A-15-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1361 SOC at Eglin AFB, Florida Sep 1965 for testing to destruction, but noted Jan 2010 at Eglin AFB
					Auxiliary Field Number 7 Epler
				1364 to MASDC as FJ065 Dec 11, 1969
54-1366/1368		Convair TF-102A-20-CO Delta Dagger
				1366 on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
54-1369/1370		Convair TF-102A-25-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1369 to MASDC as FJ064 Dec 8, 1969
				1370 w/o Feb 10, 1971.
54-1371/1383		Convair F-102A-30-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfer to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1373 on display at Hickam AFB, Hawaii
				1374 (JF-102A) to MASDC May 4, 1959.
				1375 damaged beyond repair by fire in rear section Nov 22, 1961
				1376 to MASDC as FJ111 Mar 19, 1970
				1377 to Turkish AF
				1378 (86th FIW, 496th FIS) crashed due to engine failure Aug 22, 1960 at Saint-Jean-de-Niost,
					France.  Pilot killed.
				1379 to Turkish AF
				1380 to Turkish AF
				1382 to Turkish AF
				1383 to Turkish AF.  Crashed Apr 26, 1979 at Ankara, Turkey.  Pilot OK
54-1384/1400		Convair F-102A-35-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1384 sold to Turkish AF.  Crashed Jun 5, 1979 in Turkey.  Pilot OK
				1385,1393,1399 converted to PQM-102A.
				1386 to Turkish AF.  Crashed Jul 18, 1977 in night flight near
					Eskisehir, Turkey.  Pilot killed.
				1387 to MASDC as FJ082 Jan 12, 1970
				1388 to MASDC as FJ088 Jan 15, 1970.  Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.
				1389 to MASDC as FJ099 Feb 3, 1970
				1391 to MASDC as FJ109 Mar 6, 1970
				1392 to MASDC as FJ067 Dec 12, 1969
				1395 converted to PQM-102B.
				1400 to MASDC as FJ110 Mar 12, 1970
54-1401/1407		Convair F-102A-40-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfer to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1402 to MASDC as FJ103 Feb 9, 1970
				1403 sold to Turkey.  Crashed Jul 23, 1974 in takeoff from
					Balikesir AB, Turkey.  Pilot killed.
				1404 crashed Jan 24, 1964 5 miles from Hahn AB, Germany
				1405 on display at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, Nebraska.  
				1406,1407 converted to PQM-102A.
54-1408/1437		Sikorsky H-19D-2-SI Chickasaw
				For US Army.  MSNs and delivery dates from Helis.com
				1408 (MSN 55802) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 1, 1954.  To MASDC, then to Allied yard.  Registered as N4599
					Aug 23, 1971.  Cancelled Dec 7, 2012
				1409 (MSN 55803) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 1, 1954.  To MASDC, then to Allied yard.  To civil
					registry as N95484, current
				1410 (MSN 55804) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 1, 1954.
				1411 (MSN 55805) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 1, 1954.
				1412 (MSN 55806) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 1, 1954.  Registered N4945 to Kent State University
					May 21, 1971.  Cancellec Jul 6, 1977.  In Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH, status of collection not
					known.
				1413 (MSN 55817) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 5, 1954.  To MASDC, then to Allied yard.  To N62207, cancelled
					Mar 1, 1982.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona, last reported 1994.
				1414 (MSN 55818) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 5, 1954
				1415 (MSN 55819) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 5, 1954
				1416 (MSN 55820) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 6, 1954.  To civilian registry with Commemorative Air
					Force as N6735, current.  Stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ
				1417 (MSN 55821) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 6, 1954.  Registered N46711 to Chicago Civil Defense Corp
					Jan 21, 1972, cancelled May 9, 1977
				1418 (MSN 55832) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 24, 1955
				1419 (MSN 55833) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 8, 1955
				1420 (MSN 55834) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 24, 1955.  Registered N11RS, cancelled Sep 15, 1982.
				1421 (MSN 55835) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 28, 1955
				1422 (MSN 55836) delivered to US Army Aviation.   to civilian registry as N62206, current
				1423 (MSN 55849) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 2, 1955.  
				1424 (MSN 55850) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 8, 1955. To MASDC.  Registered N37781 Aug 5, 1993 to Whisper
					Jet, current. Reported stored in Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona yard
				1425 (MSN 55851) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 8, 1955
				1426 (MSN 55852) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 8, 1955
				1427 (MSN 55853) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 8, 1955
				1428 (MSN 55859) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 24, 1955
				1429 (MSN 55860) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 24, 1955
				1430 (MSN 55861) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 8, 1955
				1431 (MSN 55862) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 5, 1955
				1432 (MSN 55863) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 5, 1955
				1433 (MSN 55868) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 24, 1955
				1434 (MSN 55869) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 24, 1955
				1435 (MSN 55870) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 29, 1955
				1436 (MSN 55871) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 1, 1955
				1437 (MSN 55872) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 2, 1955
54-1438/1443		McDonnell F-101A-20-MC Voodoo
				1443 disassembled at Tom Reilly Warbird Museum, Kissimmee, FL
54-1444/1452		McDonnell F-101A-25-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				1445 (MSN 43) converted to RF-101G.  To MASDC as FF235 May 17, 1972
				1449 converted to RF-101G
				1451 converted to RF-101G
				1452 (MSN 60) converted to RF-101G.  To MASDC as FF251 Jun 15, 1972
54-1453/1465		McDonnell F-101A-30-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				1453/1455 converted to RF-101G
					1453 (MSN 61) to MASDC as FF269 Aug 3, 1972
					1454 (MSN 63) to MASDC as FF236 May 17, 1972
					1455 (MSN 65) to MASDC as FF272 Aug 3, 1972.
				1457 (MSN 71) converted to RF-101G.   To MASDC as FF237 May 17, 1972
				1459/1464 converted to RF-101G
					1459 bellylanded at Itazuke AB, Japan Apr 22, 1969 with 165 TRG, 123 TRS KY ANG.  Pilot OK
					1460 (MSN 75) to MASDC as FF252 Jun 15, 1972.
					1461 (MSN 77) to MASDC as FF253 Jun 15, 1972
					1462 (MSN 79) to MASDC as FF245 Jun 2, 1972
					1463 (MSN 81) to MASDC as FF270 Aug 3, 1972
					1464 (MSN 83) to MASDC as FF246 Jun 2, 1972
54-1466/1485		McDonnell F-101A-35-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				1466 (MSN 86) converted to RF-101G.  To MASDC as FF247 Jun 2, 1972
				1468 (MSN 89) converted to RF-101G.  To MASDC as FF238 May 17, 1972
				1469 (MSN 91) converted to RF-101G.  To MASDC as FF239 May 17 1972.
				1470 (MSN 92) converted to RF-101G.  To MASDC as FF248 Jun 2, 1972
				1472 (MSN 95) converted to RF-101G.  To MASDC as FF240 May 17, 1972
				1473 (MSN 97) converted to RF-101G.  To MASDC as FF254 Jun 15, 1972. 
				1475 (MSN 101) converted to RF-101G. to MASDC as FF271 Aug 3, 1972
				1476 (MSN 102) converted to RF-101G.  to MASDC as FF241 May 17, 1972
				1477 (MSN 104) to MASDC as FF242 May 17, 1972.
				1479 (MSN 106) converted to RF-101G.  To MASDC as FF249 Jun 2, 1972.
				1481 (MSN 109) converted to RF-101G.  To MASDC as FF255 Jun 15, 1972.
				1482 (MSN 110) converted to RF-101G.  To MASDC as FF256 Jun 15, 1972
				1484 (MSN 113) converted to RF-101G.  To MASDC as FF243 May 17, 1972
				1485 (MSN 114) converted to RF-101G.  To MASDC as FF244 May 17, 1972.
54-1486/1493		McDonnell F-101C-40-MC Voodoo 
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				1486 (MSN 116) converted to RF-101H.  To MASDC as FF278 Aug 14, 1972.
				1487 (MSN 120) converted to RF-101H.  To MASDC as FF273 Aug 7, 1972.
				1488 (MSN 122) converted to RF-101H.  To MASDC as FF265 Jul 20, 1972.
				1491 (MSN 130) converted to RF-101H.  To MASDC as FF274 Aug 7, 1972
				1493 (MSN 134) converted to RF-101H.  To MASDC as FF266 Jul 27, 1972.
54-1494/1496		McDonnell RF-101A-20-MC Voodoo
				1495 went off end of runway at MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina May 4, 1961.  Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				1496 (MSN 39) to MASDC as FF058 May 28, 1968
54-1497/1507		McDonnell RF-101A-25-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				1497 (MSN 42) to MASDC as FF233 May 13, 1972
				1498 to Republic of China AF as 5649.  W/o Aug 2, 1961.
				1499 to Republic of China AF as 5654.  Said to be on display at Hualien AB, Taiwan
				1500 to Republic of China AF as 5650.  Fate unknown.
				1501 to Republic of China AF as 5651.  Lost Dec 18, 1963 over East China.
				1503 to Republic of China AF as 5652.  Returned to USA Mar 1968 and to MASDC
				1505 (MSN 56) is believed to have become 5660 of Taiwanese AF, on display 1987 at 
					Chung Cheng Aviation Museum, Taipei, Taiwan.  Reported 2008 on display at Taiwan Taoyuan 
					IAP Aviation Museum.  However, plane is also reported as have crashed with 4414th CCTS Oct 22, 1968
					off South Carolina.
				1506 to Republic of China AF as 5658.  On display at Kangshan ROCAF Museum, Taiwan
				1507 (MSN 59) to MASDC as FF223 May 6, 1972
54-1508/1518		McDonnell RF-101A-30-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				1508 (MSN 62) to MASDC as FF224 May 6, 1972.
				1510 (MSN 66) to MASDC as FF234 May 13, 1972
				1511 (MSN 68) to MASDC as FF225 May 7, 1972.
				1512 (MSN 70) to MASDC as FF226 May 6, 1972.
				1514 crashed near Franklin, NC Mar 16, 1966.  Pilot killed.
				1516 (MSN 80) to MASDC as FF250 Jun 12, 1972.
54-1519/1521		McDonnell RF-101A-35-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				1520 burned out at Chester AP, SC Mar 8 1963 after emergency landing following
					fuel rupture.  Pilot unhurt.
				1521 (MSN 93) to MASDC as FF227 May 6, 1972
54-1522			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9139.  For MDAP.  To Turkish AF in Jun 1955.  Later to Klu as M-103 (TP-21)
					in 1957.
54-1523/1526		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9140/9143.  For MDAP
				1523 to German AF as AB-797, JD-383, EC-377, MD-377, DD-397, 94+59.  W/o Apr 6, 1972.
					Wreck displayed at Leck AFB as EB-397
				1524 (86th FIW) crashed by Sep 30, 1955
				1525 to German AF as AB-823.  W/o Nov 15, 1960
				1526 to German AF as AB-812, JD-384.  To Turkey in 1968.
54-1527			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9144.  For MDAP.  To Greek AF as 41527.
54-1528/1531		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9145/9148.  For MDAP
				1528 (86th FIW) tcrashed by Jul 26, 1955
				1529 to German AF as AB-824, BB-824, BD-812, 94+60.  Scrapped in 1972
				1530 to German AF as AB-806, DD-39, EC-378, MD-378, DD-398, 94+61.  Scrapped in 1972.
				1531 to German AF as AB-809, JC-380.  W/o Jul 23, 1963   
54-1532			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9149.  For MDAP.  To Greek AF as 41532
54-1533/1536		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9150/9153.  For MDAP
				1533 to German AF as AB-791, EB-391, BD-751, 94+62.  Scrapped in 1972
				1534 to German AF as AB-785, EB-392, ND-204, 94+63.  Scrapped in 1972.
				1535 to German AF as AB-798, EB-393, 94+64.  Scrapped in 1972.  To International Luftfahrt Museum, villingen-Schwennigen,
					Germany as 64+64
				1536 to German AF as AB-799, JB-381.  W/o Oct 1, 1964
54-1537			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9154.  For MDAP. TO Greek AF as 41537.
54-1538/1539		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9155/9156.  For MDAP
				1538 to German AF as AB-822.  W/o May 8, 1962.
				1539 to German AF as AB-800, DA-377, 94+65.  display Großenbrode?
54-1540/1543		Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9159,9164,9169,9174.  For MDAP
				1540 (MSN 580-9159)
				1541 (MSN 580-9164) to KLu as M-101 (TP-19) in 1955.  W/o Jan 24, 1959
				1542 (MSN 580-9169) to KLu as M-102 (TP-20) in 1955.  SOC Jul 6, 1971.
					Later to Greek AF as 41542.
				1543 (MSN 580-9174) to KLu as M-103 (TP-21) in 1957.  SOC Oct 21, 1971.
					Later to French AF.  To Turkish AF Apr 8, 1983.  On display as 8-543 at 
					Turkish AF Aviation Museum Yesilkoy, Istanbu, Turkey
54-1544/1547		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9175/9178.  For MDAP
				1544 (MSN 580-9175) to Spanish AF as E.15-27 Aug 8, 1955.  Noted preserved at San Javier AB, Murcia Mar 2009.
				1545 (MSN 580-9176) to Spanish AF as E.15-28 Aug 8, 1955
				1546 (MSN 580-9177) to Spanish AF as E.15-30 Sep 7, 1955.  On display as E.15-30 at Albacete Air Base, Spain
				1547 (MSN 580-9178) to Spanish AF as E.15-29 Aug 21, 1955.  Seen on display at VFW Post 1987, Columbus, Indiana June 2007.
54-1548			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9179.  For MDAP.  To French AF as 41548, then to Turkish AF Apr 8, 1983.  Noted 1996 on display at
					Eskisehar AB, Turkey.
54-1549/1552		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9180/9183.  For MDAP
54-1553			Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9184.  For MDAP.  On display at Musee de l'Air et l'Espace, France
54-1554/1618		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				For MDAP
				1554/1561 MSN 580-9185/9192
					1556 to German AF as AB-807, DD-382, 94+66.  To Greece as 41556
					1557 to German AF as AB-820, DA-396, YA-396, YA-703, 94+67.  Scrapped in 1972
					1558 (20th FBW) crashed 1 mi N of Finchingfield, England Mar 11, 1957
						following collision with F-84F 52-6671.
					1560 to German AF as AB-101, AB-801, JB-382, JA-382.  To Turkey in 1968.
					1561 to German AF as AB-802, DA-378, BD-702, 94+68.  Scrapped in 1972.
				1562/1583 MSN 580-9251/9272
					1568 to German AF as AB-825, BD-825, EB-399, 94+69.  At Air Force Museum/Berlin Gatow as EB-399
					1569 to German AF as AB-813, DF-398, EB-396, 94+70.  Scrapped in 1972
					1570 to German AF as AB-814, BD-814, 94+71.  Scrapped in 1972
					1571 to German AF as AB-803, JB-383, JA-383.  To Turkey?
					1572 to German AF as AB-804, JB-384, JA-399, 94+72.  Scrapped in 1972
					1573 (7330th FTW) SOC Apr 27, 1956 on transfer under MAP
					1577 (MSN 580-9266( MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41577.  To French AF as 41577. To Singapore AF; 
						ferry registration was F-BKVY.  MAP to Republic of Singapore AF as 374
					1578 (MSN 580-9267) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41578.  W/o Apr 17, 1958 dring aerobatic training
						at Sola AB, Staganger, Norway
					1582 (MSN 580-9271) to KLu as TR-31 in 1955.  W/o Feb 7, 1963
					1583 (MSN 580-9272) to KLu as TR-32 in 1955.  SOC Oct 12, 1971.
				1584/1618 MSN 580-9320/9354
					1584 (MSN 580-9320) delivered to Kawasaki as pattern aircraft for JASDF production
					1585 (MSN 580-9321) delivered to Kawasaki as pattern aircraft for JASDF production
					1598 (7330th TFW) SOC Apr 12, 1956 on transfer under MAP
					1599 (7330th TFW) SOC Apr 12, 1956 on transfer under MAP
					1601 (7330th TFW) SOC Jun 21, 1956 on transfer under MAP
					1602 (MSN 580-9338) to Italian AF as MM54-1602.  Noted Fall 2003 at Museo dell'Aviazione,
						Cerbaiola, Italy
					1603 (MSN 580-9339)  to Italian AF as MM54-1603.
					1604 (7330th FTW) SOC Jun 21,1956 on transfer under MAP
					1605 to German AF as AB-781, JC-399, EA-396, 94+73.  Scrapped in 1972.
					1610 to German AF as AB-808, DD-384, EC-379, MD-379, DD-399, 94+74.  Scrapped in 1972
					1611 to German AF as AB-782, EB-390, BD-790, 94+75.  Scrapped in 1972.
					1612 (MSN 580-9348) to KLu as TR-33 in 1955.  W/o Jun 23, 1970
					1613 (MSN 580-9349) to KLu as TR-34 in 1955.  W/o Oct 12, 1971.
						Delivered to Hellenic AF.  Stored at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece
					1614 (MSN 580-9350) to KLu as TR-35 in 1955.  SOC Oct 12, 1971
					1615 (MSN 580-9351) to KLu as TR-36 in 1955.  W/o Dec 19, 1962.
54-1619/1620		Ryan X-13-RY Vertijet
				Redesignated X-13A in 1962.
				1619 noted at San Diego Aerospace Museum Jan 2002, on loan from NASM.
				1620 on display at WPAFB Museum.
54-1621/1640		Lockheed C-130A-LM Hercules
				MSN 182-3008/3027
				1621 (MSN 182-3008) used as ground instruction airframe at Sheppard 
					AFB as GC-130A.  Scrapped May 1986.
				1622 (MSN 182-3009) converted to NC-130A.  To MASDC as CF008 May 1976.
					Departed Sep 1985, deleted from USAF inventory Jan 1986.  Scrapped at 
					Western Intl Scrapyard Oct 1990
				1623 (MSN 182-3010) converted to AC-130A under Project Pave Pronto.  Named "Ghost Rider" with 711th SOS in 1989.  
					Was at Dobbins AFB Museum.  Now on display at Marietta Museum of History, Marietta, Georgia
				1624 (MSN 182-3011) to MASDC as CF009 May 21, 1976.  Sold to National Aircraft
					as scrap Jun 2000, Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				1625 (MSN 182-3012) converted to JC-130A, then to AC-130A, *War Lord*).
					Shot down Apr 22, 1970 by AAA over Ho Chi Minh Trail.
					10 crew MIA, one recovered.
				1626 (MSN 182-3013) converted to JC-130A.  Later converted to
					prototype AC-130A. Crashed in Vietnam Mar 1972 but repaired.
					Now on display at WPAFB Museum.
				1627 (MSN 182-3014) converted to JC-130A, then to AC-130A.  To MASDC as CF015 Jun 1, 1976.
					Intact Mar 2000, no engines Jan 2003
				1628 (MSN 182-3015) converted to JC-130A, then to AC-130A.  To AMARC as CF0178 Sep 28, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1629 (MSN 182-3016) converted to JC-130A, then to AC-130A.  Hit 
					by ground fire May 24, 1969 over Laos.  Crash
					landed at Ubon RTAFB, burned out.  2 crewmen killed.
				1630 (MSN 182-3017) converted to JC-130A, then to AC-130A.  Assigned to the 919th SOW, named Azrael (the angel of
					death in the Koran).  To USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, OH in Oct 1995.
				1631 (MSN 182-3018) originally to South Vietnam, later returned.
					Now is flying tanker aircraft N117TG with International Air Response, Chandler, AZ
					Bears firefighting serial No. 31.
				1632 (MSN 182-3019) converted to TC-130A/RC-130A, later deconverted to C-130A.
					Scrapped at Western International Scrapyard
				1633 (MSN 182-3020) sold to Chad AF as TT-PAB.  Stalled and crashed on takeoff
					 Mar 7, 1986.
				1634 (MSN 182-3021) to South Vietnam, later returned.  To AMARC as CF0189 Jul 21, 1998.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1635 (MSN 182-3022) converted to NC-130A, later deconverted to C-130A.   To Honduras
					AF as FAH560.  Stored at Toncontin, Honduras as of Feb 2003.
				1636 (MSN 182-3023) sold to Bolivia AF as TAM 64.  Stored at La Paz, Bolivia by Sep 1997,
					WFU, no engines by Mar 2000.
				1637 (MSN 182-3024) fitted in Jan 1961 with blunt APS-42 radom.  Fitted with APN-59
					radome late 1964. Converted to GC-130A Jun 1990.  Later at Goodfellow AFB as ground trainer.
					In 2010 was in process of being scrapped.
				1638 (MSN 182-3025) sold to Mexican AF as 10603, later reserialled 3603 (?).
					Crashed Sep 19, 2003 near La Quemada, Mexico due to inflight fire
				1639 (MSN 182-3026) converted to JC-130A.  To TBM Inc and broken up for parts Nov 1998.  Fuselage seen
					at Mojave in 2013.
				1640 (MSN 182-3027) to South Vietnam, later returned.  To Ft Bragg as ground trainer.  To MASDC
					as CD088 Apr 23, 1990
54-1641/1665		Cessna OE-2 Bird Dog 
				To USMC as BuNo 140078/140102.
				Redesignated O-1C in 1962.
54-1666/1739		de Havilland Canada L-20A-DH Beaver
				For US Army.  Redesignated U-6A in 1962.
				1666 (MSN 794/1509) delivered May 6, 195.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1972 to Feb 6, 1976.   To N67683, cancelled.
				1667 (MSN 795/1510)
				1668 (MSN 797/1511) delivered May 6, 1955.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1971 to Feb 5, 1976.  To N1432Z
				1669 (MSN 798/1512)
				1670 (MSN 800/1513) delivered May 10, 1955.  To C-GOZR
				1671 (MSN 801/1514)
				1672 (MSN 803/1515) delivered May 12, 1955.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1971 to Feb 5, 1976.  Was N9028, reregistered 
					N317DH Jun 17, 2008.  N317DH cancelled Sep 13, 2010 on export to Australia.  VH-ZDA registered Sep 30, 2010.
				1673	(MSN 804/1516) delivered May 9, 1955.  N7335 registered Jan72 to Fort Worth Tarrant County Office of 
					Civil Defense. Stored dismantled.  This L-20A Beaver once belonged to a Technical school. A windstorm 
					damaged it, so the school cut it apart and used the tail section to practice patching.   Allen Airways got 
					it in a trade with other parts from Bob May of Kewatin Air many years ago. Stored in Allen Airways yard 
					since then, 1982 or 83, with the data plate MSN 804 attached to the battery box
				1674 (MSN 806/1517) delivered May 16, 1955.  To MASDC Apr 20, 1972 to Mar 13, 1976.  To C-GRAS, N378BD
				1675 (MSN 807/1518) delivered May 17, 19055.  to N97582, CF-OXD, N90723 reserved but NTU, cancelled
					Oct 20, 1988, C-FOXD.  Accident Jul 3, 2013, salvaged.  C-FOXD cancelled Sep 3, 2013.
				1676 (MSN 809/1519) delivered May 18, 1955.  To private user Jul 1970 as N9771Z.  Next as N64395 for Stikine Air
					Service Inc of Wrangell, AK.  Feb 1991 to Wings of Alaska/Alaska Juneau
					Aeronatutics Inc as N93AK.  Accident Jul 12, 2002.  Repaired and registered
					May 12, 2002 to Venture Travel LLC of Ketchikan, AK
				1677 (MSN 810/1520) delivered May 16, 1955.  To MASDC Feb 5, 1972 to Feb 24, 1976.  To C-GPUO
				1678 (MSN 812/1521) delivered Jun 9, 1955.  By 1988 was N5349G with Ketchum Air Service of Anchorage, AK
				1679 (MSN 813/1522)
				1680 (MSN 814/1523)
				1681 (MSN 816/1524)
				1682 (MSN 817/1525) delivered May 27, 1955.  To N67014, C-GRFW
				1683 (MSN 819/1526) delivered Jun 2, 1955.  5o MASDC as UD070 Jun 26, 1975.  To N93434, then N80LC, then C-FNFO.  To Halmark Leasing
					Corp of Nestor Falls, ON as C-GJTR.  N55DX registeed Jul 6, 2004, current
				1684 (MSN 820/1527) delivered Jun 6, 1955.  To MASDC as UD074 Sep 25, 1975.  Became N23LU.  By 1998 was N6782L with Kenmore Air
				1685 (MSN 821/1528) delivered Jun 1, 1955.  to MASDC as UD082 Dec 1,1975.  To N9259Z registerd to Land Division
					Anchorage, Alaska, stored.  Registration cancelled Oct 1985.
				1686 (MSN 823/1529) delivered Jun 10, 1955.  To N9026, C-GRDR
				1687 (MSN 824/1530) delivered Jun 20, 1955.  To MASDC Feb 9, 1975 to Feb 24, 1976.  To C-GPUP, N8190Y
				1688 (MSN 826/1531) delivered Jun 20, 1955.  To civil registry as N64394, N98EL, N39202, N666XT, N88G.
				1689 (MSN 827/1532) delivered Jun 28, 1955.  Leased to Air America as L-201 Mar 1, 1962.  Arrived at Bangkok 
					Feb 15, 1962, to be operated under the Madriver Contract, based at Vientaine, Laos.  Returned to 
					US Army Apr 21, 1963.  
				1690 (MSN 829/1533) delivered Jun 24, 1955.  To MASDCX Feb 21, 1972 to Mar 23, 1976.  To C-GRAP
				1691 (MSN 830/1534) delivered Jul 8, 1955.  To MASDC as UD056 Apr 29, 1974.  To N90785. Crashed 
					Jun 10, 1976 at Carbondales, Kansas.   N7085D reserved Nov 26, 2007, but NTU and cancelled Jun 24, 2011.
				1692 (MSN 832/1535)
				1693 (MSN 833/1536) leased to Air America Mar 1, 1962 as L-202. arrived at Bangkok Feb 15, 1962, to be operated
					under the Madriver Contract, based at Vientaine, Laos.  Returned to US Army Apr 21, 1963.  To N5220G
					registered to Civil Air Patrol, based in Hawaii.  by 1998 was N5220G with Kenmore Air.  Crshed Jun 23, 2012
					when loss of speed after takeoff from San Francisco seaplane base forced a landing in water causing damage
					to left side.
				1694 (MSN 835/1537)
				1695 (MSN 836/1538)
				1696 (MSN 838/1539) delivered Dec 6, 1955.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1971 to Feb 6, 1976.  To N67687, C-GPHI
				1697 (MSN 839/1540) delivered Jun 13, 1955.  To N44CD, N82SF.  Crashed Mar 13, 2012 near Niblack, 27 mi
					from Ketchikan on Prince of Wales Island.
				1698 (MSN 841/1541) delivered Juil 12, 1955.  Registration C-GAXE reserved Sep 21, 2004.  Stored dismantled
					at Coal Harbour, BC
				1699 (MSN 842/1542) delivered Dec 6, 1955.  To MASDC May 31, 1972 to Mar 21, 1975.  To N87572, C-GEWG
				1700 (MSN 843/1543)
				1701 (MSN 845/1544) delivered Dec 6, 1955.  Assigned to 146th Avn Co (RR) in Vietnam.  To civil
					registry as N64393.
				1702 (MSN 846/1545) MAP transfer to Philippine AF as 846.  To Philippine civil registry as RP-C63.  WFU by 1989.
				1703 (MSN 847/1546) delivered Dec 6, 1955.  To MASDC Nov 1, 1971 to Mar 11, 1976.  To N5219G, N67676.
					Crashed Jun 30, 1980.
				1704 (MSN 849/1547) delivered Dec 27, 1955.  To N9037, N25GC
				1705 (MSN 850/1548) delivered Jan 5, 1956.  to N63VA to Viking DHC-2T Turbo Beaver IIIA
				1706 (MSN 852/1549) MAP transfer to Philippine AF as 852.  To Philippine civil regisry as RP-60.  WFU by 1989.
				1707 (MSN 853/1550) delivered Jan 5, 1956.  To MASDC as UD025 Aug 25, 1972.  To N43862 registered to
					Department of Agriculture, Mission, Texas.  Now on display at Castle AFB Museum, Atwater, California.
				1708 (MSN 854/1551) delivered Jan 7, 1956.  Registered Sep 1976 to Civil Air Patrol, Alaska as N5342G.
					Crashed and sustained heavy damage Feb 20, 2009 during takeoff from remote frozen lake about 10 mi NE of 
					Kenai, Alaska
				1709 (MSN 855/1552) delivered Jan 7, 1956.  Registereed as N8524 to Western Nebraska Technical College,
					Sidney, NE.  By 1998 was N8524 with Kenmore Air.  Sold to actor Harrison Ford and registered as N28S.
				1710 (MSN 856/1553) delivered Jan 7, 1956
				1711 (MSN 857/1554) delivered Jan 20, 1956.  to MASDC Jun 30, 1972 to Feb 12, 19767.  To N9302Z.  N600NL
					registered Oct 26, 2000, current
				1712 (MSN 858/1555) delivered Jan 31, 1956.  To N31618.  Crashed Aug 7, 1981 near Ketchikan, Alaska
				1713 (MSN 859/1556) delivered Feb 3, 1956.  To MASDC Dec 29, 1971 to Feb 9, 1976.  To N99871, N777T
				1714 (MSN 860/1557) delivered Feb 7, 1956.  To N74086, ZK-CKC.  Crashed Feb 12, 1968
				1715 (MSN 861/1558)
				1716 (MSN 862/1559) delivered Feb 3, 1956.  N5343G registered to Civil Air Patrol
				1717 (MSN 863/1560) delivered Fdb 6, 1956.  N64279 registered to Lewis A. Wilson Technical Center, Deer Park, NY,
					cancelled Apr 29, 2013.
				1718 (MSN 865/1561)
				1719 (MSN 866/1562) delivered Feb 6, 1956.  Crashed at Hopewell, Tennessee
				1720 (MSN 868/1562) delivered Feb 10, 1956.   to US Navy Test Pilots School, NAS Patuxent River, MD as 541720.  
					To N31068 registered to Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA, later N314HA.
					Crshed Aug 25, 2012 when left float struck the ground causing substantial damage.
				1721 (MSN 869/1564) delivered Mar 6, 1956.  Became N90606, then N869MB.  Sold to owner in Canada Oct 2005.
					Registered as C-FFZM Feb 10, 2006.
				1722 (MSN 871/1565) delivered Mar 9, 1956.  To MASDC Apr 7, 1972 to Mar 8, 1976.  To N9253Z, C-GPVB.
					Crashed Aug 16, 2013 when impacted forested terrain shortly after takeoff near Tofino, Vancouver Island, BC
				1723 (MSN 872/1566)
				1724 (MSN 874/1567) converted to RU-6A, assigned to 156th Avn Co (RR) at
					Can Tho, Vietnam
				1725 (MSN 875/1568) delivered Mar 6, 1956.  MAP transfer to Republic of China Army Aviation with serial 8018.  
					Landed Apr 22, 1983 on beach in Fujian, China after defecting from Taiwan, piloted by Jaj Li Dawei.  
					Preserved at Datang Shan Aviation Museum/Datang Shan Hang Kong bowuquan, Beijing, China.  Noted 1987 in 
					Military Museum of the Chinese People's Revolution, Beijing.  Still there in Oct 1010.  
				1726 (MSN 877/1569)
				1727 (MSN 878/1570)
				1728 (MSN 880/1571) delivered Apr 30, 1956.  To N4022B, C-GBHJ.  Crashed May 21, 2013 when flipped over on
					landing at Stuart Island, Strait of Georgia, BC.  N241MF registered Mar 7, 2014.
				1729 (MSN 881/1572) delivered Jun 18, 1956.  Leased to Air America as L-208 Jun 6, 1962.  Arrived at
					Bangkok Feb 15, 1962 to be operated under the Madriver Contract, based at Vientaine, Laos.
					Returned to USAF Jan 26, 1963.  To N208, then to N5354G Sep 1977, crashed at Kodiak, AK Jul 13, 1989
				1730 (MSN 882/1573)
				1731 (MSN 884/1574)
				1732 (MSN 885/1575)
				1733 (MSN 886/1576)
				1734 (MSN 888/1577)
				1735 (MSN 889/1578)
				1736 (MSN 891/1579) delivered Jun 1956.  To C-GVGL
				1737 (MSN 892/1580) delivered Jun 1956.  to CF-DSG Oct 1973, C-FDSG
				1738 (MSN 894/1581)
				1739 (MSN 895/1582) delivered Jun 1956.  MAP transfer to Hellenic Army Aviation as ES-314.  Registered N9627A
					Apr 22, 1978 but NTU, cancelled Mar 31, 2011.
54-1740/1769		North American F-100C-1-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 217-1/30.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1741 (MSN 217-2) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF Oct 4, 1973 as 54-1741
				1742 to MASDC May 12, 1971 as FE050
				1746 (MSN 217-7) to MASDC as FE260 May 31, 1974.  To Turkish AF Aug 28, 1972 as 54-1746
				1747 (MSN 217-8) to Turkish AF Aug 28, 1972 as 54-1747.  W/o Mar 21, 1977.
				1748 on display at Mountain Home AFB Museum, painted as 53784.
				1749 (MSN 217-10) to Turkish AF Aug 28, 1972 as 54-1749
				1752 (MSN 217-13) to MASDC Feb 14, 1974 as FE227.  Now on display at Linear Air Park, Dyess
					AFB, Texas, painted as 54-1753
				1753 (MSN 217-14) was on display at USAF Museum. The -C on display was named and christened  with the name of
					the ship "Susan Constant" by  Mrs. W.S. Morrison, wife of the Speaker of England's House of Commons, in London on May 12, 1957, in 
					commemoration of the 350th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown, Virginia.  Noted Mar 2004 on display at 
					Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham IAP, Alabama
				1754 (MSN 217-15) named after the Jamestown ship "Godspeed" for commemoration of 350th anniversary of founding of Jamestown,
					Virginia. to MASDC  Oct 1973
				1755 (MSN 217-16) to MASDC as FE247 Apr 22, 1974.  To Turkish AF Jul 1973 as 54-1755.  W/o Jun 13, 1977
				1756 (MSN 217-17) to MASDC Dec 1, 1971.  To Turkish AF Feb 17, 1973 as 54-1756.  To decoy at Akhisar May 1998.  On display at Eskisehir AB,
					Turkey in Jun 2011.
				1759 (MSN 217-20) to MASDC Dec 14, 1971.  To Turkish AF Aug 28, 1972 as 54-1759.
				1760 to MASDC Dec 30, 1971 as FE147.
				1761 (MSN 217-22) to MASDC as FE170 May 3, 1972
				1764 to MASDC Apr 22, 1971 as FE048
				1765 participated in commemoration of the 350th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown, Virginia
				1766 (MSN 217-27) to Turkish AF Jan 8, 1973 as 54-1766.  On display at Ankara Aviation Museum, Etimesgut Merkez/Ankara,
					Turkey
				1767 to MASDC Mar 8. 1974 as FE230
54-1770/1814		North American F-100C-5-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 217-31/75.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1771 to MASDC Jul 12, 1971.  To MAP Sep 1973.
				1772 to MASDC Nov 13, 1971 as FE101.
				1773 to MASDC Dec 21, 1971 as FE139.
				1775 shot down 8/2/68 by gunfire, SEA.  Pilot recovered.
				1777 (MSN 217-38) to MASDC Aug 1972.  To Turkish AF Oct 4, 1973 as 54-1777.
				1780 (MSN 217-41) to MASDC Dec 1, 1971.  To Turkish AF as 54-1780.  Crashed at
					Diyarbakir after takeoff Jun 18, 1973
				1782 (MSN 217-43) to MASDC Dec 15, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jan 8, 1973 as 54-1782.
				1783 to MASDC as FE268 Jul 23, 1974
				1784 was on display at Chanute AFB.  Moved to display at Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, Illinois Aug 23, 2009.
				1785 on display at Chanute AFB, Rantoul, Illinois. 
				1786 participated in commemoration of the 350th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown, Virginia.
					To MASDC as FE248 May 3, 1974.  Now on display at March Field Museum, CA, painted as 55-3608
				1787 (MSN 217-48) to Turkish AF Sep 3, 1974 as 54-1787.  Crashed at Konya during emergency landing Jun 12, 1978
				1788 (MSN 217-49) to Turkish AF Jun 11, 1973 as 54-1788.  On dump at Konya in 1989
				1789 to MASDC Apr 21, 1971 as FE047.  To Turkish AF Jun 11, 1973
				1790 to MASDC as FE098 Nov 10, 1971.  Declared excess Dec 10, 1974
				1791 w/o Oct 7, 1955 in crash 21 mi NE of Foster AFB, Texas
				1793 (MSN 217-54) to MASDC Aug 2, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 16, 1972 as 54-1793.  Crashed at Konya Mar 19, 1987
				1794 (MSN 217-55) to Turkish AF Nov 20, 1974 as 54-1794.
				1798 (MSN 217-59) to MASDC Nov 22, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jun 5, 1973 as 54-1798.
				1800 (MSN 217-61) to Turkish AF Oct 24, 1974 as 54-1800.
				1803 to MASDC as FE261 May 31, 1974.  
				1804 (MSN 217-65) to MASDC Dec 27, 1971.  To Turkish AF Feb 17, 1973 as 54-1804.  Crashed at Konya
					during training mission Jan 6, 1984
				1805 (MSN 217-66) to MASDC Dec 3, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jun 5, 1973 as 54-1805
				1807 (MSN 217-68) to MASDC Dec 6, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jun 5, 1973 as 54-1807.  W/o May 12, 1974
				1810 to MASDC May 19, 1971 as FE054
				1814 to MASDC Apr 23, 1974 as FE250
54-1815/1859		North American F-100C-15-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 217-76/120.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1816 w/o Nov 10, 1955 in crash 15 mi SE of El Paso, Texas
				1817 to MASDC May 1, 1974 as FE255
				1818 (MSN 217-68) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF Mar 27, 1973 as 54-1818.
				1819 participated in commemoration of the 350th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown, Virginia in flight from London
					to Los Angeles May 13, 1957.  6710 miles in 14 hr 5 min, average 480 mph.  Was with 452nd FS, 322nd FG
				1823 participated in commemoration of the 350th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown, Virginia, and named
					after Jamestown ship "Discovery".  to MASDC as FE174.  On display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				1825 to MASDC Nov 13, 1971 as FE102.  Declared excess Dec 10, 1974
				1826 (MSN 217-87) to MASDC Dec 29, 1971 as FE145.  To Turkish AF Sep 22, 1972 as 54-1826
				1827 to MASDC Sep 7, 1973 as FE216
				1828 (MSN 217-89) to MASDC as FE182 Nov 2, 1972
				1830 (MSN 217-91) to MASDC Jul 13, 1971 as FE069.  Declared excess Dec 10, 1974.
				1835 (MSN 217-96) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF Oct 9, 1973 as 54-1838.
				1836 to MASDC as FE110 Nov 30, 1971
				1838 to MASDC Nov 4, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 12, 1973
				1842 (MSN 217-103) to MASDC as FE269 Jul 23, 1974.  To Holloman AFB, NM as range target Feb 3, 1976
				1844 (MSN 217-105) to MASDC May 1972.  To Turkish AF Dec 14, 1973 as 54-1844.
				1845 (MSN 217-106) to Turkish AF as 54-1845.  Seen on dump at Konya 1989.
				1846 to MASDC as FE270 Aug 9, 1974.
				1848 to MASDC May 1, 1974
				1849 (316th AD, 45th FDS) crashed 3 mi SE of Sidi Slimane, Morocco Jul 11, 1956.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				1850 (MSN 217-111) to MASDC Jun 30, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 3, 1973 as 54-1850.  Crashed at
`					3rd AFB/Konya during alert takeoff for Cyprus operation Jul 18, 1974
				1851 was on display at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia.  To Otis ANGB, Massachusetts.
				1853 w/o Nov 22, 1963
				1855 to MASDC Jul 20, 1971 as FE073
				1856 (316th AD, 45th FDS) crashed at Sidi Slimane, Morocco Feb 26, 1957.
				1857 to MASDC Feb 15, 1973 as FE206
				1858 (MSN 217-119) to MASDC Aug 31, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 9, 1973 as 54-1858.  Crashed
					near Beysehir/Konya highway Sep 9, 1985
				1859 damaged in landing accident Nov 20, 1955 at Foster AFB, Texas
54-1860/1970		North American F-100C-20-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 217-121/231.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1860 to MASDC May 12, 1971 as FE051
				1861 (36th TFW, 32nd TFS) crashed 85 mi ENE of Wheelus AB, Libya Dec 3, 1958.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				1862 to MASDC Jun 18, 1971 as FE063
				1865 (36th TFW, 32nd TFS) crashed 47 mi E of Wheelus AB, Libya Dec 3, 1958.
					Pilot ejected safely
				1866 to MASDC Mar 29, 1973 as FE208
				1868 (MSN 217-129) to MASDC Oct 14, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 31, 1973. as 54-1868.  W/o Sep 14, 1978
				1869 crashed on landing at Keflavik, Iceland Mar 10, 1956 during delivery
					flight to 45th FDS at Sidi Slimane.  Pilot badly injured.
				1870 (MSN 217-131) to MASDC Jun 3, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 24, 1972 as 54-1870.
				1871 (MSN 217-132) to MASDC as FE252 Apr 24, 1974.  May have gone to Turkish AF as 54-1871 but may have been NTU.  
				1872 (MSN 217-133) to MASDC Dec 6, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jul 31, 1972 as 54-1872. 
				1873 to MASDC as FE204 Jan 10, 1973 
				1874 (36th FDW, 461th FDS) crashed 1/2 mi W of Wurrich, West Germany
					Nov 17, 1957.  Pilot killed.
				1875 (MSN 217-136) to MASDC Jul 14, 1971 as FE070.  To Turkish AF Oct 24, 1972 as 54-1875
				1876 (7272nd ABW/Flight Ops) crashed at Wheelus AB, Libya Mar 1, 1962.
				1877 (MSN 217-138) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF Oct 31, 1973 as 54-1877.  On display at Ankara Aviation Museum,
					Etimesgut Merkez/Ankara, Turkey
				1878 (MSN 217-139) to MASDC Mar 14, 1974 as FE232. To Turkish AF as 54-1878.  Seen on dump at Konya 1989
				1879 to MASDC Jan 11, 1973 as FE205.  Declared excess Dec 10, 1974
				1880 (36th FDW) crashed at Bitburg AB, Germany May 17, 1958
				1882 flown by USAF Thunderbirds.  Crashed Sep 16, 1959 during Thunderbirds performance when the plane 
					had a landing gear problem.  Aircraft flew away from the field and it was determined that a landing 
					was impossible, so the pilot ejected unharmed.
				1883 (MSN 217-144) to Turkish AF Nov 24, 1974 as 54-1883
				1884 (86th FIW, 32nd FIS) DBR at Soesterberg AB, Netherlands Oct 26, 1959.
				1886 to MASDC Mar 14, 1974 as FE235
				1888 (MSN 217-149) to MASDC Dec 20, 1971.  To Turkish AF Sep 28, 1972 as 54-1888
				1891 (MSN 217-152) flew with USAFE's "Skyblazers" 1956-1962.  To MASDC.  To Turkish AF Oct 3, 1973 as 54-1891.  
					W/o Jun 13, 1975
				1892 (7272nd ABW/7235th SS) crashed half a mile from end of runway at Wheelus AB, Libya Dec 8, 1958
				1893 to MASDC as FE243 Apr 12, 1974
				1896 (36th FDW, 53rd FDS) crashed 3 mi WNW of Pirmasens, West Germany Mar 4, 1958
				1897 (120th TFS, 140th FW) crashed Mar 27, 1969, SEA, due to unknown causes, pilot killed.
				1899 to MASDC Jan 16, 1974 as FE223
				1903 (MSN 217-164) to Turkish AF Feb 27, 1973 as 54-1903
				1906 (36th FDW, 22nd FDS) crashed 25 mi S of Tripoli, Libya Nov 27, 1957.
					Pilot ejected safely
				1907 crashed during emergency landing attempt at Edwards AFB Jan 10, 1956.
					Crash was filmed by cameras set up for an unrelated event, generating the
					famous "Sabre Dance" footage seen in many films.  Aircraft exploded 
					on impact, killing the pilot.
				1908 (MSN 27-169) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF Jun 4, 1973 as 54-1908.  W/o Apr 6, 1976
				1909 (7272nd ABW/Flight Ops) crashed 1 mile east of Zaragoza AB, Spain Dec 14, 1963
				1912 shot down 7/25/68 by gunfire, SEA, pilot killed.
				1913 to MASDC Apr 12, 1974 as FE244
				1915 (MSN 217-176) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF Jul 16, 1973 as 54-1915
				1916 (36th TFW, 53rd TFS) crashed at Ramstein AB, West Germany Dec 18, 1958
				1917 (36th TFW, 22nd TFS) DBR at Bitburg AB, West Germany Jun 13, 1960 when tire
					deflated on landing and caused plane to veer off runway
				1918 to MASDC Sep 16, 1970 as FE043
				1919 (MSN 217-180) to Turkish AF Oct 24, 1973 as 54-1919.  In June 2014 displayed on dummy airfield at
					Konya Air Base, Turkey.
				1920 (MSN 217-181) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF Jul 10, 1973 as 54-1920
				1921 (MSN 217-182) to MASDC Jun 23, 1971.  To Turkish AF Apr 27, 1973 as 54-1921.  Used as target at weapons
					training range, Konya.
				1922 (136th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by automatic weapons fire while attacking enemy troops outside Special
					Forces camp at Duc Lap 30 mi SW of Ban Me Thout, South Vietnam Aug 23, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				1923 (36th FDW, 32nd FDS) crashed on final approach to Soesterberg AB, Netherlands
					May 28, 1957.  Pilot killed
				1924 (36th FDW, 23rd FDS) crashed 8 mi N of Spangdahlem AB, West Germany
					May 27, 1958.  Pilot ejected safely
				1925 (MSN 217-186) to MASDC Nov 9, 1971.  To Turkish AF Aug 28, 1972 as 54-1925.  Crashed at Ertugrul
					village-Sarayonu/Konya Jul 29, 1981
				1926 (MSN 217-187) to MASDC May 18, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 13, 1972 as 54-1926.
				1927 to MASDC as FE272 Nov 5, 1974
				1929 (MSN 217-190) to MASDC Nov 9, 1971.  To Turkish AF Aug 28, 1972 as 54-1929.  In June 2014 displayed on dummy airfield at
					Konya Air Base, Turkey.
				1930 (36th TFW, 53rd TFS) crashed 1.5 Mi WSW of Wiesloch, West Germany Jan 18, 1959
				1931 shot down 12/18/68 by gunfire, SEA, pilot recovered.
				1932 (MSN 217-193) to MASDC Nov 11, 1971.  To Turkish AF Apr 12, 1973 as 54-1932.  Crashed
					20 nm N of Siverek/Sanli Urfa Feb 3, 1978
				1934 (MSN 217-195) to Turkish AF as 54-1934.  W/o May 24, 1976
				1936 (7272nd ABW/Flight Ops) crashed 4 miles east-south-east of Tripoli, Libya Aug 16, 1961
				1937 (MSN 217-198) to MASDC Aug 2, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jan 29, 1973 as 54-1937.  Crashed at
					Konya during test flight Apr 9, 1989
				1938 (36th FDW, 32nd FDS) crashed into North Sea Oct 18, 1957 when engine flamed
					out due to fuel starvation.  Pilot ejected safely.
				1939 (MSN 217-200) to Turkish AF Oct 24, 1974 as 54-1939.
				1940 (MSN 217-201, 36th TFW) DBR Oct 20, 1959.  To Turkish AF Jul 31, 1972 as 54-1940.
				1941 (36th TFW, 23rd TFS) crashed on El Uotia range near Wheelus AB, Libya Dec 7, 1959.
					Pilot killed
				1942 (MSN 217-203) to MASDC Nov 24, 1971.  To Turkish AF Nov 2, 1973 as 54-1942.
				1944 (MSN 217-205) to MASDC Oct 5, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 24, 1972 as 54-1944.
				1945 (MSN 217-206) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF May 22, 1973 as 54-1945
				1946 (MSN 217-207) no confirmation that this went to Turkish AF
				1947 (36th FDW, 23rd FDS) crashed on takeoff from Bitburg AB, West Germany
					Jun 9, 1958 following loss of power.  Pilot ejected safely
				1948 (MSN 217-209) to Turkish AF as 54-1948.  W/o Sep 2, 1977
				1949 (MSN 217-210) to MASDC Nov 22, 1971.  To Turkish AF as 54-1949.  Crashed at Eskiyunus 
					village, Aksaray Oct 25, 1983.  Seen on dump at Konya in 1989
				1950 (MSN 217-211) to MASDC Dec 20, 1971.  To Turkish AF Nov 20, 1972 as 54-1950.  Seen on dump at Sivrihisar in 1994
				1951 to MASDC Jun 11, 1971 as FE058.  Plane marked as MM54-1951 at Amendola AB, Italy is actually 54-2951.
				1952 (36th FDW, 32nd FDS) DBR in unsuccessful barrier engagement at Wheelus AB,
					Libya Aug 9, 1957 following aborted takeoff.
				1954 at Air Force Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL in 2003 is actually 54-1986.
				1955 to MASDC Aug 11, 1971 as FE078
				1956 (120th TFS, 35th TFW) desctroyed on ground by NVA morter and rocket attack at Phan Rang AB, South
					Vietnam Jan 26, 1969.
				1957 (36th FDW, 23rd FDS) made successful landing at Spangdahlem AB, West Germany
					after engine flameout May 31, 1956, but brake chute failed and aircraft ran off
					end of runway and was wrecked.
				1959 (MSN 217-220) flew with USAFE's "Skyblazers" 1956-1962.  To MASDC.  To Turkish AF Oct 31, 1973 as 54-1959.  
					Crashed on landing at Konya Jul 4, 1984
				1962 (36th TFW, 53rd TFS) crashed 35 mi E of Chaumont AB, France Jul 8, 1959.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				1965 (32nd FDS) crashed on landing at Soesterberg AB, Netherlands Nov 20, 1956.
					Pilot unhurt.
				1966 converted to TF-100C.  Broke apart in midair Apr 9, 1957 NW
					of Kramer Junction, Mojave Desert.  Pilot ejected safely.
54-1971/2120		North American F-100C-25-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 217-232/381.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1972 (MSN 217-233) to Turkish AF as 54-1972.  Seen on dump at Konya in 1989
				1973 shot down 12/29/68 by gunfire, SEA, pilot recovered.
				1974 (36th TFW, 22nd TFS) DBR at Bitburg AB, West Germany Jul 11, 1960
				1975 (MSN 217-236) to Turkish AF as 54-1975.  Seen on dump at Konya in 1989
				1976 (36th TFW, 22nd TFS) crashed 2 mi from Wheelus AB, Libya Mar 12, 1959.  Pilot
					ejected safely
				1978 (MSN 217-239) to MASDC Dec 2, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jul 31, 1972 as 54-1978
				1979 (36th TFW, 23rd TFS) crashed on El Uotia range near Wheelus AB, Libya
					Dec 8, 1959 after entering spin.  Pilot ejected safely
				1980 flew as slot aircraft (#4) in USAFE's "Skyblazers" (1956-1962).  Displayed at 1957 Paris Air Show
				1982 (36th FDW, 22nd FDS) crashed in eastern suburb of Matzen, West Germany
					Apr 16, 1958.  Pilot ejected safely.
				1983 (MSN 217-224) to MASDC Sep 7, 1973 as FE217.  To Turkish AF AS 54-1983
				1985 (36th TFW, 53rd TFS) DBR on landing at Torrejon AB, Spain Jan 21, 1961 when
					wheel shimmy caused aircraft to leave runway and undercarriage collapsed.  Pilot OK.
				1986 on display at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL, marked as 54-1954.
				1987 (36th TFW, 22nd TFS) crashed 5 mi SSE of Wheelus AB, Libya Aug 12, 1959.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				1988 (36th FDW, 32nd FDS) crashed into canal near Osterhaut, Metherlands Oct 1, 1956
					following control system failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				1989 (MSN 217-250) to MASDC Nov 11, 1971.  To Turkish AF Apr 20, 1973 as 54-1989.
				1990 to MASDC May 28, 1971 as FE055.
				1991 (36th TFW) crashed into sea 60 mi ENE of Wheelus AB, Libya Jul 12, 1958 after
					collision with 54-2000.  Both pilots ejected, but one was never found
				1993 on display at McConnell AFB, Kansas
				1995 (36th TFW, 53rd TFS) crashed at Ramstein AB, West Germany Nov 28, 1959
				1996 (36th TFW, 53rd TFS) crashed at Ramstein AB, West Germany Mar 10, 1959
				1999 (MSN 217-260) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF Jul 16, 1973 as 54-1999.  W/o Jul 31, 1980
				2000 (36th TFW) crashed into sea 60 mi ENE of Wheelus AB, Libya Jul 12, 1958 after
					collision with 54-1991.  Both pilots ejected, but one was never found
				2001 was member of USAFE Skyblazers aerobatic team.  Displayed at 1957 Paris Air Show.
					(36th TFW/53rd TFS) Crashed on Hohenfels Army Training Area, West Germany May 26, 1959
				2002 was member of USAFE Skyblazers aerobatic team.  Displayed at 1957 Paris Air Show.
				2003 to MASDC Dec 1, 1971 as FE114
				2004 shot down by AAA 7/14/68 SEA.  Pilot killed
				2005 mounted on pylon at Iowa ANG, Sioux Gateway Airport, Sioux City, Iowa
				2006 was member of USAFE Skyblazers aerobatic team.  Displayed at 1957 Paris Air Show.
					(36th TFW/23rd TFS) crashed 30 miles west of Bitburg AB, Germany Aug 7, 1959.
				2009 flew with USAFE's "Skyblazers" 1956-1962.  Was displayed at 1957 Paris Air Show.  On display at Luke AFB, AZ
				2010 flew with USAFE's "Skyblazers" 1956-1962.  Was displayed at 1957 Paris Air Show.
					 (7272nd ABW/Flight Ops) crashed at Wheelus AB, Libya Aug 31, 1962.
				2013 (MSN 217-274) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF Jan 26, 1974 as 54-20213.  Preserved as gate guard at Konya AB
				2015 crashed Rocky Mountain National Park Jan 30, 1967
				2016 (36th FDW/32nd FDS) caught fire after takeoff and crashed into 
					Van Der Palm army barracks at Bussum, Holland Nov 14, 1957. Pilot ejected safely 
					but 5 Dutch soldiers in barracks were killed and a further 15 injured. 
				2017 (36th FDW/461st FDS) aborted takeoff at Hahn AB, West Germany 
					Sep 16, 1957 following afterburner failure; aircarft went into runway barrier 
					which broke, off end of runway into trees and caught fire. Pilot injured.
				2018 was with 435th TFS Jul 1956.
				2019 (36th TFW/23rd TFS) crashed 1.5 miles east-north-east of Wheelus 
					AB, Libya Dec 2, 1958. Pilot ejected safely.
				2022 (MSN 217-283) to MASDC Dec 27, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jul 31, 1972 as 54-2022.   Used as decoy at Akhisar May 1998
				2023 (36th FDW/23rd FDS) crashed at Elmstein, West Germany Mar 13, 1958 
					following engine failure at low level. Pilot ejected safely
				2025 to MASDC Nov 15, 1971 as FE104.  Salvaged Jan 1976.
				2027 w/o Sep 21, 1956 in crash 6 mi NE of San Bernadino, California
				2029 (36th FDW/32nd FDS) Wrecked at Soesterberg AB, Holland Jul 23, 1957 
					when deflated tire caused loss of control during landing. Pilot unhurt.
				2030 was with 435th TFS Jul 1956.  Lost 1/4/69, midair collision (?) with 54-2051,
					SEA, pilot missing in action.
				2031 (MSN 217-292) was with 435th TFS Jul 1956.  To MASDC Nov 30, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jan 29, 1972 as 54-2031.
				2032 (MSN 217-293) to MASDC Oct 20, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jul 31, 1972 as 54-2032.
				2034 (MSN 217-295) to Turkish AF Sep 3, 1974 as 54-2034.  In June 2014 displayed on dummy airfield at
					Konya Air Base, Turkey.
				2037 to MASDC as FE198 Oct 20, 1971
				2038 w/o Oct 27, 1956 in crash 36 mi SSE of NAS Cecil Field, Florida
				2040 w/o May 20, 1957 in crash near Kramer Junction, California.  Pilot ejected OK
				2041 was with 435th TFS Jul 1956.  Shot down by gunfire 1/31/69, SEA, pilot recovered.
				2042 (MSN 217-303) was with 435th TFS Jul 1956.  To MASDC Jun 18, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 1973 as 54-2042.  
					Crashed in emergency landing after Cyprus attack Jul 20, 1974
				2043 to MASDC as FE199 Sep 1, 1971
				2045 to MASDC Dec 15, 1971 as FE132
				2046 (MSN 217-307) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF as 54-2046.  W/o Feb 8, 1974
				2047 to MASDC Jun 8, 1971.  To Turkish AF Apr 20, 1973.
				2048 (MSN 217-309) crashed in Arizona Aug 10, 1960 and pilot ejected.
				2051 lost 1/4/69, midair collision (?) with 54-2030,
					SEA, pilot missing in action
				2052 (MSN 217-313) to MASDC Aug 24, 1971.  To Turkish AF Apr 20, 1973 as 54-2052.  Crashed
					at Tuzlukcuvillage-Aksehir/Konya Nov 20, 1984
				2053 (MSN 217-314) to MASDC Dec 16, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jan 8, 1973 as 54-2053.  In June 2014 displayed 
					on dummy airfield at Konya Air Base, Turkey
				2056 (MSN 217-317) to Turkish AF Nov 27, 1972 as 54-2056
				2057 (MSN 217-318) was with 435th TFS Jul 20, 1956.  To Turkish AF Nov 20, 1973 as 54-2057
				2058 (MSN 217-319) to MASDC Dec 3, 1971.  To Turkish AF May 30, 1973 as 54-2058
				2059 (MSN 217-320) to Turkish AF Jan 26, 1974 as 54-2059.  Noted in 1996 on display outside Turkish AF 
					Air Academy, Yesilyurt, Istanbul, Turkey.
				2060 (MSN 217-321) to Turkish AF Feb 16, 1973 as 54-2060
				2062 to MASDC Dec 14, 1971 as FE128
				2064 was with 435th TFS Jul 1956
				2066 (MSN 217-327) to MASDC Nov 4, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jan 29, 1973 as 54-2066
				2068 (MSN 217-329) was with 435th TFS Jul 1956.  To MASDC. To Turkish AF Jun 11, 1973 as 54-2068
				2070 (MSN 217-331) to MASDC Aug 3, 1971 as FE083.  To Turkish AF Oct 26, 1973 as 54-2070.  W/o Apr 2, 1975
				2071 (MSN 217-332) to MASDC Oct 20, 1971.  Returned to service Sep 1973.
					Back to MASDC as FE218 Nov 5, 1973.  May have been earmarked for Turkish AF but rejected.
				2074 (MSN 217-335) was with 435th TFS Jul 1956.  To MASDC Aug 5, 1971 as FE077.  To Turkish AF Oct 4, 1972
					as 54-2074.  W/o Dec 2, 1977
				2076 (MSN 217-337) to MASDC Dec 9, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jan 29, 1973 as 54-2076.
				2077 (MSN 227-338) was with 435th TFS Jul 1956. To MASDC Nov 22, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jul 31, 1972
					as 54-2077.  W/o Sep 5, 1979
				2078 w/o Mar 6, 1964 in crash 23 mi W of Needles, California.  Pilot OK
				2082 was with 435th TFS Jul 1956
				2083 (MSN 217-344) to MASDC Dec 16, 1971.  To Turkish AF as 54-2083.  Crashed while making
					emergency landing in Turkey after being hit by flak during Cyprus attack Jul 21, 1974
				2084 (MSN 217-345) to Turkish AF Nov 27, 1972 as 54-2084.
				2087 (MSN 217-348) to MASDC Jul 19, 1971 as FE072.  To Turkish AF Oct 16, 1972 as 54-2087.  Crashed during gunnery
					training mission at Konya Sep 9, 1985
				2089 (MSN 217-350) to MASDC Oct 27, 1971.  To Turkish AF Apr 20, 1973 as 54-2089.  Now on display at 
					Turkish Air Force Museum in Istanbul.
				2091 (MSN 217-352) was with 435th TFS Jul 1956.  To MASDC Dec 6, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jan 8, 1973 as 54-2091,
					code 3-091.  Returned to USA Aug 1989.  Registered to Tracor Flight Systems Jul 1989 as N2011M.
					To Global Aerosapce May 1992.  To Albert Hansen of Mojave, CA as N2011M Sep 9, 1998.  Now with Yanks Air 
					Museum, Chino, CA.
				2092 (MSN 217-353) to MASDC Aug 26, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 4, 1973 as 54-2092.
				2093 was with 435th TFS Jul 1956
				2094 to MASDC Dec 14, 1971 as FE126.
				2096 flown by Manuel Fernandez set record of 666.661 mph 
					in flight from George AFB, CA to Tinker AFB, OK to win Bendix Trophy in 1956 
				2097 (MSN 217-358) to MASDC Jun 16, 1971.  To Turkish AF as 54-2097.  W/o Jun 25, 1975
				2100 (MSN 217-361) to Turkish AF Jan 8, 1973 as 54-2100.  To decoy at Akhisar May 1998
				2103 (MSN 217-364) was with 435th TFS Jul 1956.  To MASDC May 11, 1971.  To Turkish AF Nov 2, 1973
					as 54-2103.  Crashed at Konya Aug 18, 1980
				2104 (MSN 217-365) to MASDC Apr 8, 1971.  To Turkish AF Apr 27, 1973 as 54-2104.  Crashed at Eskisehir May 27, 1982.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2106 on display at Volk Field ANGB, Wisconsin
				2108 (MSN 217-369) was with 435th TFS Jul 1956.  To Turkish AF Nov 2, 1972 as 54-2108.  W/o Mar 6, 1978
				2113 (MSN 217-374) was with 435th TFS Jul 1956.  To MASDC Sep 21, 1971.  To Turkish AF Apr 20, 1973
					as 54-21123.  W/o Konya Aug 11, 1981
				2115 (MSN 217-376) to MASDC.  To Turkish AF Jan 2, 1974 as 54-2115
				2116 was with 435th TFS Jul 1956
				2117 (MSN 217-378) to MASDC Jun 14, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 24, 1972 as 54-2117.  In June 2014 displayed 
					on dummy airfield at Konya Air Base, Turkey.
				2118 (MSN 217-379) to MASDC Sep 2, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 24, 1972 as 54-2118.  W/o Aug 22, 1980
				2120 (c;n 217-381) to MASDC Dec 16, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jul 1973 as 54-2120. Crashed into Katran 
					Mountain Feb 3, 1976
54-2121/2132		North American F-100D-1-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 223-1/12
				2121 to French AF as 42121, code 11-RT.  W/o Oct 1966
				2122 to French AF as 42122. W/o May 26, 1975
				2123 to French AF as 42123
				2124 to French AF as 42124. W/o
				2125 to French AF as 42125
				2128 (MSN 223-8) to French AF as 42128.  Returned to USAF at RAF Sculthorpe  Flown into RAF Sculthorpe on 
					January 6 1976 after French Air Force service coded 11-MJ. 
				2129 to French AF as 42129
				2130 to French AF as 42130  Noted Oct 2006 at museum on grounds of Mujsee du Chateau de Sagigny, Savigny-les-Beaune,
					France, apparently fitted with tail from 54-2235
				2131 (MSN 223-11) to French AF as 42131.  Preserved at Toul, France until 2005.  In 2005 moved
					to BA128 Metz-Frescaty, France.  Displayed in French AF markings.  As French Air Force 42131 moved from 
					Metz-Frescaty to a new museum at Toul-Rosières Lorraine. 
				2132 (MSN 223-12) to Royal Danish AF May 10, 1961 as 42132, code G-132.  W/o Nov 14, 1962 at Mariager when 
					collided with 54-2284.
54-2133/2151		North American F-100D-5-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 223-13/31
				2133 to French AF as 42133.  W/o Jul 17, 1976
				2134 to Royal Danish AF Apr 13, 1961 as 21234, code G-134.  w/o Mar 19, 1963 Tanderupgard at Herning when collided
					with 54-2300.
				2135 to French AF as 42135.  W/o Oct 2, 1961
				2136 (MSN 223-16) to French AF as 42136. W/o Jun 2, 1961.  The tail unit used to restore 56-4014.  The remainder
					was presumably scrapped.
				2137 to French AF as 42137.  W/o Jan 18, 1964
				2138 to French AF as 42138, code 11-YH.  W/o Aug 2, 1977
				2140 to French AF as 42140.  W/o Oct 1958
				2141 to French AF as 42141.  W/o Sep 1959
				2142 (316th AD, 45th FDS) crashed 1 mi S of Sidi Slimane, Morocco Nov 23, 1956.
					Pilot survived.
				2144 to French AF as 42144, code 11-RM.  W/o Jun 1, 1967
				2145 on display at Hampton Roads Air Park, Virginia 
				2146 (MSN 223-26) to French AF as 42146.  Returned to USAF.  Flown into RAF Sculthorpe on February 10, 1976 
					after French Air Force service coded 11-MK
				2147 (MSN 223-27) to Turkish AF Oct 16, 1959 as 42147
				2148 to French AF as 4214i
				2149 to French AF as 42149.  Returned to USAF at RAF Sculthorpe.
				2150 to French AF as 42150.  W/o
				2151 on pedestal at Sheppard AFB, Texas.   Will be transferred in 2012 to Flight of the Phoenix Aviation Museum 
					at Fox Stephens Field, Gilmer Texas MAP
54-2152/2221		North American F-100D-10-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 223-32/101
				2152 (MSN 223-32) to French AF as 42152.  Flown into RAF Sculthorpe on March 2, 1976 after French Air Force service coded 11-ML. 
				2153 (48th FBW/493rd FBS) crashed 1/2 mi S of Ormoy-sur-Aube, France Apr 29, 1957
				2154 (MSN 223-34) to French AF as 42154, code 11-YK.  Strored at Djibouti
				2155 (48th FBW/492nd FBS) crashed in France Mar 27, 1957
				2156 (MSN 223-37) to French AF as 42156.  W/o Dec 20, 1978.
				2157 (MSN 223-37) to French AF as 42157.  Returned and stored at RAF Sculthorpe.  To North East Aircraft
					Museum at Sunderland Airport, England May 6, 1978 and still there Jul 2011. 
				2158 (MSN 223-38) to French AF as 42158.  W/o Sep 23, 1960
				2159 (MSN 223-39) to Turkish AF Sep 7, 1959 as 54-2159
				2160 (MSN 223-40) to French AF as 42160.  Returned to USAF at RAF Sculthorpe.  Was on display at Wales Aircraft Museum, 
					Cardiff Airport until museum closed 1996.  Scrapped at Cardiff Feb 1998.
				2161 (MSN 223-41) to Turkish AF Dec 5, 1958 as 54-2161.  W/o Karadeniz Dec 11, 1962
				2162 (MSN 224-42) to French AF as 42162.  W/o Oct 10, 1973
				2163 (MSN 223-43) to French AF as 42163.  After French AF use, went to storage at RAF Sculthorpe.
					In 1994 on display in USAF colours at Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum, Scotland.
				2164 (MSN 223-44) to French AF as 42164, later to Turkish AF Oct 31, 1958 as 54-2164.  W/o Aug 6, 1975
				2165 (MSN 223-45) to French AF as 42165.  Returned to USAF care at RAF Sculthorpe where it was stored.
					Flown into RAF Sculthorpe on November 24, 1975 after French Air Force service coded 11-ML
					Now on display at American Air Museum, Duxford, UK painted in USAF colors.
				2166 (MSN 223-46) to French AF as 42166.  Returned to USAF.  Flown into RAF Sculthorpe on February 10, 1976 
					after French Air Force service coded 11-MV. 
				2167 (MSN 223-47) to French AF as 42167.  W/o Jun 23, 1967
				2169 (MSN 223-49) to French AF.  Flown into RAF Sculthorpe on March 2, 1976 after French Air Force service coded 11-MH
				2170 (MSN 223-50) to Turkish AF Nov 9, 1959 as 54-2170.  Crashed into high terrain at Eskisehir Jan 15, 1972
				2171 (388th FBW/561st FBS) damaged on landing at Etain AB Spe 18, 1957
					when starboard undercarriage collapsed.  To CASA at Getafe Jan 1958
					for repair.  After repair, to French AF May 1959 as 42171.
				2172 (MSN 223-52) to Turkish AF Jan 9, 1959 as 54-2172.  On display at Izmir-Gaziemir AB headquarters
				2173 (MSN 223-53) to Turkish AF Nov 12, 1958 as 54-2173.  W/o Dec 11, 1962
				2174 (MSN 223-54) to French AF.  After French AF service, went to storage at RAF Sculthorpe.
					Now on display at Midland Air Museum, Coventry, UK.
				2175 (MSN 223-55) to Turkish AF May 13, 1959 as 54-2175.  Collided in midair with F-100D 55-3761 
					May 31, 1983 and crashed at Mermer vilage-Hazro/Diyarbakir
				2176 (48th FBW/494th FBS) All three undercarriage legs severed 
					in heavy landing at Chaumont AB, France Sep 18, 1957. Aircraft shipped to CASA 
					at Getafe, Spain for repair March 1958 and struck off USAF charge there 
					Jul 16 1960 for transfer under MAP (probably to Turkey).
				2177 (MSN 223-57) to Royal Danish AF May 9, 1961 as 42177, code G-177.  WFU May 18, 1981
					To Turkish AF Jun 10, 1981 as 54-2177.  Scrapped Feb 1992.
				2178 (48th FBW/492nd TFS) crashed at Chaumont AB, Frace Sep 18, 1958
				2179 (MSN 223-59) to Royal Danish AF May 31, 1959 as 42179, code G-179.  w/o Jan 17, 1966, 7 km from Aero.
				2180 (48th FBW/493rd FBS) crashed at Boulhaut AB, Morocco Jan 8, 1957
				2181 (48th FBW/494th FBS) crashed after takeoff from Hahn AB, Germany
					after engine failure Sep 21, 1957.  Pilot ejected safely
				2182 (MSN 223-62) to Turkish AF May 29, 1959 as 54-2182.
				2183 (MSN 223-63) to Royal Danish AF May 31, 1959 as 42184, code G-183.  W/o May 13, 1977 at Leer in West Germany.
				2184 (MSN 223-64) to French AF as 42184.  W/o Sep 17, 1964
				2185 (MSN 223-65) to French AF as 42185.  On display at Schwabisches Bauern und Technik Museum, 
					Eschach-Seifertshofen, Germany
				2186 (MSN 223-66) to French AF as 42186
				2187 (MSN 223-67) to French AF as 42187.  W/o
				2188 (48th FBW/494th FBS) landed with undercarriage retracted at Hahn AB, West 
					Germany May 5, 1958. Aircraft shipped to CASA at Getafe, Spain for repair June 
					1958 and struck off USAF charge there Jun 30, 1958 for transfer to French AF under 
					MAP as 42188.  Later to Turkish AF Nov 12, 1959 as 54-2188.  W/o Jul 2, 1974
				2189 (MSN 223-69) to French AF 42189.  W/o Apr 8, 1960
				2190 (MSN 223-70) to Royal Danish AF May 30, 1959 as 42190, code G-190.  W/o Dec 4, 1964 9 km west of Romo
				2192 (MSN 223-72) to Royal Danish AF Jun 11, 1959 as 42192, code G-192.  W/o Nov 10, 1962 at Bischofsdrohn 
					in West Germany
				2194 to French AF as 42194.  Scrapped
				2195 to French AF as 42195.  W/o May 12, 1960
				2196 to French AF as 42196.  Now on display at Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, Flixton, Suffolk, UK
				2197 (48th FBW/493rd FBS) crashed at Chaumont AB, France Oct 18, 1957.
					Used for spares recovery and SOC Aug 5, 1958
				2198 (MSN 223-78) to French AF as 42198.  W/o Jan 26, 1960
				2199 (MSN 223-79) to Royal Danish AF Jun 1, 1959 as 42199, code G-199.  W/o Aug 23, 1967 5 km SE of Hundested
				2200 to Turkish AF May 27, 1959 as 54-2200
				2201 (MSN 223-81) to Turkish AF Oct 31, 1958 as 54-2201.  W/o Malatya May 6, 1969.
				2202 (MSN 223-82) to Turkish AF as54-2002, code E-202 Nov 26, 1958
				2203 to French AF as 42203.  Scrapped
				2204 to French AF as 42204
				2205 to French AF as 42205
				2206 (MSN 223-86) to Royal Danish AF Apr 12, 1961 as 42206, code G-206.  To Turkish AF Jun 10 1981 as 54-2206.  
					WFU 1987.  Seen on dump at Konya 1992
				2207 (MSN 223-87) to Turkish AF May 24, 1959 as 54-2207.  W/o Eskisehir May 11, 1967
				2208 (c;n 223-88) to Turkish AF May 13, 1959 as 54-2208
				2209 (48th FBW/492nd FBS) suffered flameout in poor weather and crashed near Chaumont
					AB, France Dec 30, 1957.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2210 (MSN 223-90) to French AF as 42210.  W/o Sep 13, 1966
				2211 (MSN 223-91) to French AF as 42211.  Returned to USAF.  Flown into RAF Sculthorpe on January 6, 1976 
					after French Air Force service coded 11-MM
				2212 (MSN 223-92) to French AF as 42212. Returned to USAF. Flown into RAF Sculthorpe on January 6, 1976 
					after French Air Force service coded 11-MN. 
 					On return was placed on display within USAF base at RAF Sculthorpe, England.
					Later moved to Upper Heyford AB, England as gate guardian 
					and painted as 63000; moved to RAF Croughton when Upper Heyford closed.  Still there as gate guard.
				2213 (MSN 223-93) to French AF as 42213.  W/o Jun 3, 1960.
				2214 (MSN 223-94) to Turkish AF Mar 17, 1960 as 54-2214
				2215 (MSN 223-95) to French AF as 42215.  W/o with 1/3 "Navarre" Dec 31, 1964 in midair collision with 
					54-2257 over Mount Mezenc, France.  Both pilots killed.
				2216 (MSN 223-96) to Turkish AF Nov 10, 1959 as 54-2216.  crashed at Eskisehir after collision
					with F-100 55-2749 Feb 16, 1972
				2217 (MSN 223-97 to French AF as 42217.  W/o
				2218 (MSN 223-98) to Turkish AF May 29, 1959 as 54-2218.  W/o Feb 21, 1972
				2219 (MSN 223-99) to Turkish AF May 24, 1959 as 54-2219
				2220 (MSN 223-100) to French AF as 42220.  W/o Jun 15, 1969
				2221 (MSN 223-101) to Royal Danish AF Jun 1, 1959 as 42221, code G-221.  W/o Mar 9, 1961 at Neder Simmelkjaer 
					near Karup AB.
54-2222/2303		North American F-100D-15-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 223-102/183.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2222 (MSN 223-102) to Royal Danish AF Jun 16, 1959 as 42222, code G-222.  To Turkish AF Jan 26, 1982 
					as 54-2222.  WFU 1987.  Seen on dump at Konya 1992
				2223 (MSN 223-103) to French AF as 42223.  Returned and stored at RAF Sculthorpe. Now on display at 
					Newark Air Museum, Newark, UK
				2224 (MSN 223-104) to Turkish AF Dec 17, 1958 as 54-2224.  W/o Eskisehir Jun 21, 1960.
				2225 (48th FBW/494th FBS) crashed 3 mi N of Maaziz, Morocco Jan 21, 1957.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2226 (MSN 223-106) to French AF as 42226.  W/o
				2227 (MSN 223-107) to Royal Danish AF Jun 11, 1959 as 42227, code G-227.  W/o Jan 30, 1963 at Stevnsfortet.
				2228 (MSN 223-108) to Turkish AF May 13, 1959 as 54-2228.  In June 2014 displayed on dummy airfield at 
					Konya Air Base, Turkey.
				2229  (388th FBW/562nd FBS) crashed 7 mi ESE of Whellus AB, Libya Oct 28, 1957
					following generator failure while operating on El Uotia range.  Pilot
					ejected at too low an altitude and was killed.
				2230 (MSN 223-110) to Turkish AF Jul 9, 1959 as 54-2230
				2231 (MSN 223-111) to French AF as 42231.  W/o Sep 17, 1964
				2232 (48th FBW/494th FBS) crashed on Seigenburg Range, West Germany after engine failure
					following LABS maneuver Jul 6, 1957.  Pilot ejected safely
				2233 (316th AD, 45th FDS) crashed 18 m S of Rabat, Morocco Oct 9, 1956
					due to engine flameout.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2234 to MASDC Oct 13, 1971 as FE088
				2235 (MSN 223-115) to French AF as 42235.  Tail of 2235 fitted to 54-2130 at museum in grounds of
					Chateau de Savigni-Les-Beaune, France.
				2236 (MSN 223-116) to French AF as 42236.  W/o Sep 13, 1966
				2237 (MSN 223-117) to French AF as 42237.  W/o Jun 22, 1961.
				2238 (MSN 223-118) to Turkish AF Nov 26, 1958 as 54-2238.  Shot down by AAA near Nicosia, Cyprus Jul 22, 1974
				2239 (MSN 223-119) 388th FBW/561st FBS) damaged on landing at Wheelus AB Jun 13, 1957 when
					aircraft porpoised and nosewheel collapsed.  To CASA at Getafe Nov 1957 for repair.  After repair, to 
					French AF under MAP as 42239, coded 11-EK, then 11-ED with EC1/11 Roussillon.  Retired 1977,
					returned to USAF at RAF Sculthorpe.  Loaned to Loughborough and Leicestershire Air Museum at East Midlands 
					in April 1978 and painted as FW-239.  Museum became defunct and aircraft was reclaimed by USAF.
					On reclaim by USAF taken to Lahr Oct 1988 and served as gate guard at Bitburg AB in Germany until base
					closed in 1989.  To Ailes Anciennes Museum, Toulouse, France in 1995 and still there in Sept 2010.
				2240 (MSN 223-120) to Royal Danish AF May 30, 1959 as 42240, code G-240.  W/o Jul 3, 1963 at Livo.
				2241 to MASDC as FE090 Oct 14, 1971
				2242 (MSN 223-122) to Turkish AF May 24, 1959 as 54-2242 
				2243 (MSN 223-123) to French AF as 42243.  W/o Aug 1963
				2244 (MSN 223-124) to Royal Danish AF Jun 12, 1961 as 42244, code G-244. W/o Nov 29, 1976 at Engum.
				2245 (MSN 223-125) to Turkish AF Oct 10, 1959 as 54-2245,  On display at THK Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul (Ataturk) Airport.
				2246 (388th FBW/562nd FBS) damaged on landing at Wheelus AB Nov 6 1957 when
					'improper landing technique' caused nosewheel to collapse.  To CASA
					at Getafe Jan 1958 for repair.  After repair to French AF Jun 1958 as 42246
				2247 (MSN 223-127) to French AF as 42247.  W/o Jan 29, 1971
				2248 (MSN 221-128) to French AF as 42248. Flown into RAF Sculthorpe on January 6, 1976 after French Air Force 
					service coded 11-MP
				2249 (MSN 223-129) to French AF as 42249.  Flown into RAF Sculthorpe on March 2, 1976 after French Air Force 
					service coded 11-MF. 
				2250 (49th FBW/7th FBS) crashed into Mediterranean Sea 15 miles east 
					of Wheelus AB, Libya following engine failure Mar 11, 1958. Pilot 
					ejected safely.
				2251 (MSN 223-131) to Turkish AF Oct 28, 1958 as 54-2251.  W/o Apr 17, 1968
				2252 (MSN 223-132) to French AF as 42252.  W/o Feb 17, 1962
				2253 (MSN 233-133) to Royal Danish AF Jun 11, 1959 as 42253, code G-253.  W/o Dec 12, 1963 at Rutsker, Bornholm.
				2254 (MSN 223-134) to French AF as 42254.  Flown into RAF Sculthorpe on November 24, 1975 after French Air Force 
					service coded 11-MJ
				2255 (48th FBW/494th FBS) crashed at Wheelus AB, Libya Apr 30, 1957
				2256 (MSN 223-136) to Royal Danish AF Mar 11, 1961 as 42256, code G-256.  W/o Jun 26, 1962 at Karup AB.
				2257 (MSN 223-137) to French AF as 42257.  W/o with 1/3 "Navarre" Dec 31, 1964 in midair collision with 
					54-2215 over Mount Mezenc, France.  Both pilots killed.
				2258 (316th AD, 45th FDS) ditched at sea 5 mi WNW of Rabat, Morocco Nov 16, 1956.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2259 (49th FBW/8th FBS) failed to become airborne at Etain AB, France 
					Apr 15, 1958, careered through airfield boundary fence and caught fire. 
					Pilot killed.
				2261 (MSN 223-141) to Royal Danish AF May 30, 1959 as 42261, code G-261.  To Turkish AF Jun 10, 1981 as 54-2261.  
					WFU 1984.  Seen on dump at Konya 1992
				2262 (MSN 223-142) to Royal Danish AF in 1959 as 42262, code G-262.  To Turkish AF Jan 27, 1982 as 54-2262.  
					Crashed at Tellikaya village-Halkapinar/Diyarbakir Jul 29, 1983.
				2263 (49th FBW) struck off charge Jul 28, 1958 following ground accident 
					Apr 13, 1958; no further details
				2264 (MSN 223-144) to French AF as 42264.  W/o Dec 17, 1973
				2265 (MSN 223-145) to French AF as 42265. Flew into RAF Wethersfield from Chateaudun Mar 30, 1976 and 
					returned to USAF, repainted in USAF marks and 1976 to gate guardian at RAF Wethersfield, England. USAFM.  
					Airlifted to RAF Bentwaters Jan 20, 1988, supposedly to be sent to AMARC.  Plane is now on display at 
					Militaire Luchtvaart Museum, Kamp van Zeist, Soesterberg, Netherlands, marked as 54-1871.
				2266 (MSN 223-146) to Royal Danish AF Jun 11, 1959 as 42266, code G-266.  To Turkish AF Jun 10, 1981 as 54-2266.  
					WFU 1987.  Seen on dump at Konya 1992
				2267 (MSN 223-147) to French AF as 42267
				2268 (388th FBW/561st FBS) crashed 1.3 mi NNE of Etain AB Sep 23, 1947 when pilot
					became disoriented on approach and flew into trees.  Pilot killed.
				2269 (MSN 223-149) to French AF as 42269; on return to USAF to gate guard at RAF Lakenheath, Suffolk, England. 
					Firstly painted as 54048, latterly as 63319
				2270 (MSN 223-150) to Royal Danish AF Jun 1, 1959 as 42270, code G-270.  To Turkish AF Nov 6, 1981 as 54-2270.  
					W/o Feb 11, 1982 in midair collision with F-100F 56-4016 10km S oF Ergani, Diyarbakir, Turkey.  Pilot killed.
				2271 (MSN 223-151) to French AF as 42271.  W/o Oct 1969
				2272 (MSN 223-152) to French AF as 42272.  Returned to USAF.  Flown into RAF Sculthorpe on November 24, 1975 
					after French Air Force service coded 11-MK
				2273 (48th FBW/494th FBS) wing damaged Feb 10, 1958 when both drop tanks 
					detached during aerobatics; landed safely at Chaumont AB, France.  Aircraft 
					shipped to CASA at Getafe, Spain for repair that same month and struck off 
					USAF charge there Jun 30, 1958 for transfer to French AF under MAP as 42273.  W/o Jun 5, 1969
				2274 (MSN 223-154) to Royal Danish AF Mar 28, 1961 as 42274, code G-274.  To Turkish AF Aug 26, 1981 as 54-2274.  
					Crashed Oct 11, 1984 5 km SW of Diyarbakir, Turkey.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2275 (MSN 223-155) to Turkish AF Oct 21, 1958 as 54-2275.  Seen on dump at Konya 1992
				2276 (388th FBW/561st FBS) directional control lost when landing at Etain AB
					Sep 17, 1957 due to incorrectly installed valve, aircraft left runway
					and nosewheel collapsed.  To CASA at Getafe Feb 1958 for repair.
					After repair to Turkish AF Feb Feb 20, 1960 as 54-2276
				2277 (MSN 223-157) to Turkish AF Feb 27, 1959 as 54-2277.
				2278 (49th FBW) crashed at Etain AB, France during attempted emergency landing 
					following electrical failure Apr 14, 1958. Pilot killed
				2279 (MSN 223-159) to Royal Danish AF Mar 28, 1961 as 42279, code G-279.  W/o Nov 9, 1976 at Skrydstrup
					AB.  WFU Jul 18, 1977.  Scrapped Mar 26, 1992 at Karup AB.
				2281 in 2010 was mounted on a pylon at Harry Bonsall Sr. Park at Glendale, Arizona
				2282 (MSN 223-162) to Turkish AF May 16, 1959 as 54-2282
				2283 (MSN 223-163) to Royal Danish AF Mar 9, 1961 as 42283, code G-283.  To Turkish AF May 21, 1981 as 54-2283.  
					Crashed Aug 14, 1985 near Erhac AB, Malatya, Turkey.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2284 (MSN 223-164) to Royal Danish AF Apr 2, 1961 as 42284, code G-284.  W/o Nov 14, 1962 at Mariager
				2285 to MASDC Oct 13, 1971 as FE087.
				2288 (MSN 223-168) to Royal Danish AF Mar 28, 1961 as 42288, code G-288.  W/o Jul 19, 1968 at Tirstrup AB
				2289 (MSN 223-169) to Royal Danish AF Apr 28, 1961 as 42289, code G-289.  W/o Oct 5, 1967 at Karup AB.
				2290 (MSN 223-170) to Royal Danish AF May 24, 1961 as 42290, code G-290.  To Turkish AF Nov 6, 1981 as 54-22900.
					Force landed in Sigonella, Italy Nov 6, 1981 while enroute to Turkey.  On display as 55-290 gateguard at 
					Aviano AB, Italy
				2291 disassembled at Chino Apt, CA
				2293 (MSN 223-173) to French AF as 42293.  Tail apparently fitted to 56-3937 noted at aircraft museum
					in grounds of Chateau de Savigny, Savigny-les-Beaune, France
				2294 flown by USAF Thunderbirds 1964-1968.  On pylon outside at Homestead Air Reserve Base, Homestead, FL
				2295 (MSN 223-175) to French AF c1954 as 42295.  Noted Oct 2006 at aircraft museum in grounds of 
					Chateau de Savigny, Savigny-les-Beaune, France
				2298 crashed on Ronuja Bombing range Aug 11, 1959.  Pilot killed
				2299 was gate guard at George AFB,  Now on display at Heritage Air Park (Plant 42) in Palmdale, California
				2300 (MSN 223-180) to Royal Danish AF Apr 28, 1961 as 42300, code G-300.  W/o Apr 19, 1963 at Tanderupgard
					near Herning when collided with 54-2134
				2301 (MSN 223-181) to Royal Danish AF Apr 28, 1961 as 42301, code G-301.  W/o Jul 27, 1965 at Grena
				2302 (MSN 223-182) to Royal Danish AF May 1, 1961 as 42302, code G-302.  W/o Apr 13, 1972 at Skrydstrup AB.
				2303 (MSN 223-183) to Royal Danish AF May 24, 1961 as 42303, code G-303.  To Turkish AF Jun 10, 1981 as 54-2303.  
					WFU 1987. Seen on dump at Konya 1992
54-2304/2308		Lockheed RC-121D
				MSN 1049A-4386/4390.  Model 1049A-55-86.  Redesignated EC-121D in 1962.
				2305 converted to EC-121H.
				2306 converted to EC-121T.
				2307 (MSN 1049A-4389) redesignated EC-121D in 1962,  Converted to
					EC-121T.  To MASDC as CK212 Sep 19, 1978.  To DMI Aviation,
					Tucson, AZ Feb 15, 1984.
				2308 (MSN 1049A-4390) lost engine on takeoff Mar 22, 1958 from McClellan AFB, CA and 
					tried to return but could not make the runway, and aircraft crashed and burned.  
					All 18 crew members got out OK
54-2309/2663		Piper L-21B-PI Super Cub
				For MDAP.
				2309/2408 (MSN 18-3509/3608) 
				2409/2663 (MSN 18-3809/4063) 
				2309/2328 to Italy under MDAP
					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].
					2309 (MSN 18-3509) to Italian Army as MM54-2309.  Registered as I-EIXP (code E.I.xx)
					2310 (MSN 18-3510) to Italian Army as MM54-2310.  Registered Jun 15, 1955 as I-EIWT (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2310
					2311 (MSN 18-3511) to Italian Army as MM54-2311.  Registered June 8, 1955 as I-EIWR (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2311
					2312 (MSN 18-3512) to Italian Army as MM54-2312.  Registered as  I-EIWF (code E.I.xx)
					2313 (MSN 18-3513) to Italian Army as MM54-2313.  Registered Jun 8, 1955 as I-EIWV (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2313.
					2314 (MSN 18-3514) to Italian Army as MM54-2314.  Registered I-EIWS (code E.I.xx)
					2315 (MSN 18-3515) to Italian Army as MM54-2315.  Registered Jun 8, 1955 as I-EIWP (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2315.
					2316 (MSN 18-3516) to Italian Army as MM54-2316.  Registered Jun 8, 1955 as I-EIWJ (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2316.
					2317 (MSN 18-3517) to Italian Army as MM54-2317.  Registered I-EIHU (code E.I.xx)
					2318 (MSN 18-3518) to Italian Army as MM54-2318.  Registered Apr 6, 1955 as I-EIWX (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2318
					2319 (MSN 18-3519) to Italian Army as MM54-2319.  Registered Jun 15, 195 as I-EIWY (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2319.
					2320 (MSN 18-3520) to Italian Army as MM54-2320.  Registered Sep 21, 1955 as I-EIHY (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2320
					2321 (MSN 18-3521) to Italian Army as MM54-2321.  Registered Jun 27, 1956 as I-EIHZ (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2321.
					2322 (MSN 18-3522) to Italian Army as MM54-2322.  Registered Oct 26, 1955 as I-EIWC (code E.I.xx).
						Accident at Celleno, Italy Apr 2, 1965.
					2323 (MSN 18-3523) to Italian Army as MM54-2323.  Registered Sep 21, 1955 as I-EIWZ (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2323.  To N9840Q, current
					2324 (MSN 18-3524) to Italian Army as MM54-2324.  Registered Sep 21, 1955 as I-EIXA (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2324.
					2325 (MSN 18-3525) to Italian Army as MM54-2325.  Registered Apr 6, 1955 as I-EIWH (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2325.
					2326 (MSN 18-3526) to Italian Army as MM54-2326.  Registered Aug 2, 1955 as I-EIWK (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2326.
					2327 (MSN 18-3527) to Italian Army as MM54-2327.  Registered Jun 15, 1955 as I-EIXB (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2327.
					2328 (MSN 18-3528) to Italian Army as MM54-2328.  Registered I-EIXC (code E.I.xx)
				2329/2338 to Royal Netherlands Air Force (KLu) under MDAP.
					2329 (MSN 18-3529) to KLu as R-101.  Crashed during low-flying exercise near Varsseveld, Netherlands
						Jun 26, 1959
					2330 (MSN 18-3530) to KLu as R-102.  DBR Jul 27, 1964
					2331 (MSN 18-3531) to KLu as R-103.  To PH-VCH Jul 21, 1969, G-JCUB Jan 21, 1982.  Still current
					2332 (MSN 18-3532) to KLu as R-104.  To PH-RDM Sep 21, 1964.  cancelled
					2333 (MSN 18-3533) to KLu as R-105.  DBR Mar 11, 1957
					2334 (MSN 18-3534) to KLu as R-106.  Destroyed when F-84F P-111 (52-7145) crashed into hangar at
						Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands Oct 30, 1961
					2335 (MSN 18-3535) to KLu as R-107, then became PH-PVW 
						(PH-DKE originally allocated but not taken up), then G-GDAM Jun 30, 1981 and 
						reregistered G-CCKW Sep 16, 2003.
					2336 (MSN 18-3536) to KLu as R-108.  WFU
					2337 (MSN 18-3537) to KLu as R-109.  To PH-GAZ May 25, 1978.  With KLu Historical Flight
					2338 (MSN 18-3538) to KLu as R-110.  Struck trees during a steep turn and crashed at Oirschotse Heide,
						Netherlands Aug 9, 1973
				2344 (MSN 18-3544) to Hellenic AF, then became SX-ALO
				2349/2400 to Italy under MDAP
					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].
					2349 (MSN 18-3549) to Italian Army as MM54-2349.  Registered Oct 12, 1956 as I-EIXD (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2349
					2350 (MSN 18-3550) to Italian Army as MM54-2350.  Registered Jun 15, 1955 as I-EIXE (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2350
					2351 (MSN 18-3551) to Italian Army as MM54-2351.  Registered Jun 15, 1955 as I-EIXF (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2351
					2352 (MSN 18-3552) to Italian Army as MM54-2352.  Registered Jun 15, 1955 as I-EIXG (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2352
					2353 (MSN 18-3553) to Italian Army as MM54-2353.  Registered I-EIXH (code E.I.xx)
					2354 (MSN 18-3554) to Italian Army as MM54-2354.  Registered Jul 4, 1956 as I-EIXQ (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2354.  To N3021L, current
					2355 (MSN 18-3555) to Italian Army as MM54-2355.  Registered Sep 21, 1955 as I-EIXK (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2355.   Became N897SP.  Destroyed at Quinhagak, AK Jun 6, 2008
					2356 (MSN 18-3556) to Italian Army as MM54-2356.  Registered Jun 27, 1956 as I-EIXR (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2356
					2357 (MSN 18-3557) to Italian Army as MM54-2357.  Registered Oct 27, 1955 as I-EIXI (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2357.  To civil registry as N9948Q.
					2358 (MSN 18-3558) to Italian Army as MM54-2358.  Registered Jun 27, 1956 as I-EIXS (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2358
					2359 (MSN 18-3559) to Italian Army as MM54-2359.  Registered Oct 25, 1955 as I-EIXT (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2359.  To N26AC, current
					2360 (MSN 18-3560) to Italian Army as MM54-2360.  Registered I-EIXU (code E.I.xx)
					2361 (MSN 18-3561) to Italian Army as MM54-2361.  Registered Jun 12, 1956 as I-EIXV (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2361
					2362 (MSN 18-3562) to Italian Army as MM54-2362.  Registered Jun 15, 1955 as I-EIXJ (code E.I.175). 
						Restored to MM54-2362.   Became N9949Q, then TF-RBE, then TF-FKM.  Registered Jan 2008 as TF-ABD.
					2363 (MSN 18-3563) to Italian Army as MM54-2363.  Registered Jun 28, 1956 as I-EIXW (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2363
					2364 (MSN 18-3564) to Italian Army as MM54-2364.  Registered Jun 20, 1956 as I-EIXX (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2364
					2365 (MSN 18-3565) to Italian Army as MM54-2365.  Registerd as I-EIXY (code E.I.xx).  Accident at 
						Centirocco, Italy Jul 5, 1957
					2366 (MSN 18-3566) to Italian Army as MM54-2366.  Registered Jun 28, 1956 as I-EIXZ (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2366
					2367 (MSN 18-3567) to Italian Army as MM54-2367.  Registered Oct 22, 1956 as I-EIYA (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2367
					2368 (MSN 18-3568) to Italian Army as MM54-2368.  Registered Oct 25, 1956 as I-EIXL (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2368.  To N87930, current
					2369 (MSN 18-3569) to Italian Army as MM54-2369.  Registered Jun 13, 1956 as I-EIYB (code E.I.181)
						Restored to MM54-2369.  Civilainized as SX-ASM, then became G-BWUC Jun 13, 1996 and N719CS June 1997 
						but did not leave UK.  To G-EGPG Apr 3, 2006.
					2370 (MSN 18-3570) to Italian Army as MM54-2370.  Registered Jul 4, 1956 as I-EIYC (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2370
					2371 (MSN 18-3571) to Italian Army as MM54-2371.  Registered Sep 21, 1956 as I-EIYD (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2371.  Then to C-GMHA
					2372 (MSN 18-3572) to Italian Army as MM54-2372, Registered Jul 12, 1956 as I-EIXM (code E.I.xx).  
						Fuselage frame noted early 2003 on a farm at Kesgrave, England.  Still there Apr 2005.  Noted in 
						open storage there Feb 2006
					2373 (MSN 18-3573) to Italian Army as MM54-2373, registered as I-EIYE (code E.I.xx).  
					2374 (MSN 18-3574) to Italian Army as MM54-2374.  Registered Jun 28, 1956 as I-EIYF (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2374
					2375 (MSN 18-3575) to Italian Army as MM54-2375.  Registered Jul 4, 1956 as I-EIYG (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2375.  To PH-WAR, to D-EOAR
					2376 (MSN 18-3576) to Italian Army as MM54-2376.  Registered Oct 26, 1955 as I-EIYH (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2376.  To N99323, current
					2377 (MSN 18-3577) to Italian Army as MM54-2377.  Registered Nov 10, 1955 as I-EIXN (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2377
					2378 (MSN 18-3578) to Italian Army as MM54-2378.  Registered Oct 26, 1955 as I-EIXO (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2378
					2379 (MSN 18-3579) to Italian Army as MM54-2379.  Registered Apr 10, 1956 as I-EIYK (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2379
					2380 (MSN 18-3580) to Italian Army as MM54-2380.  Registered Jun 28, 1956 as I-EIYI (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2380.  To N986CK, current
					2381 (MSN 18-3581) to Italian Army as MM54-2381.  Registered Oct 25, 1955 as I-EIYJ (code E.I.192)
						Restored to MM54-2381.  To N9979D, current
					2382 (MSN 18-3582) to Italian Army as MM54-2382.  Registered Jul 4, 1956 as I-EIYL (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2382.  To N40368, current
					2383 (MSN 18-3583) to Italian Army as MM54-2383.  Registered Jul 4, 1956 as I-EIYM (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2383
					2384 (MSN 18-3584) to Italian Army as MM54-2384.  Registered I-EIYN (code E.I.xxx)
					2385 (MSN 18-3585) to Italian Army as MM54-2385.  Registered Jul 4, 1956 as I-EIYO (code E.I.195).
						Restored to MM54-2385.  Became SX-AHA
					2386 (MSN 18-3586) to Italian Army as MM54-2386.  Registered as I-EIYP (code E.I.xx).
						Accident at Monguelfo, Italy Apr 26, 1957
					2387 (MSN 18-3587) to Italian Army as MM54-2387.  Registered Jul 12, 1956 as I-EIYQ (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2387
					2388 (MSN 18-3588) to Italian Army as MM54-2388.  Registered Oct 25, 1955 as I-EIYR (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2388.  To N22KY, current
					2389 (MSN 18-3589) to Italian Army as MM54-2389.  Registered Jun 12, 1956 as I-EIYS (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2389
					2390 (MSN 18-3590) to Italian Army as MM54-2390.  Registered Sep 21, 1956 as I-EIYT (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2390
					2391 (MSN 18-3591) to Italian Army as MM54-2391.  Registered Jun 20, 1956 as I-EIYU (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2391
					2392 (MSN 18-3592) to Italian Army as MM54-2392.  Registered Jun 12, 1956 as I-EIYV (code E.I.201)
						Restored to MM54-2392
					2393 (MSN 18-3593) to Italian Army as MM54-2393.  Registered Jul 7, 1956 as I-EIYW (code E.I.202).
						Became OO-LVP.
					2394 (MSN 18-3594) to Italian Army as MM54-2394.  Registered Jun 12, 1956 as I-EIYX (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2394.  To N46775, current
					2395 (MSN 18-3595) to Italian Army as MM54-2395.  Registered Sep 27, 1956 as I-EIYY (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2395.  To N87876, current
					2396 (MSN 18-3596) to Italian Army as MM54-2396.  Registered Jun 20, 1956 as I-EIYZ (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2396
					2397 (MSN 18-3597) to Italian Army as MM54-2397.  Registered Oct 25, 1955 as I-EIJA (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2397
					2398 (MSN 18-3598) to Italian Army as MM54-2398.  Registered Oct 26, 1955 as I-EIJB (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2398
					2399 (MSN 18-3599) to Italian Army as MM54-2399.  Registered Oct 27, 1955 as I-EIJC (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2399
					2400 (MSN 18-3600) to Italian Army as MM54-2400.  Registered Jul 4, 1956 as I-EIJD (code E.I.xx)
						Restored to MM54-2400
				2401/2476 to Royal Netherlands AF (KLu) under MDAP
					2401 (MSN 18-3601) to KLu as R-111.  To PH-VCY Oct 10, 1969.  Still current
					2402 (MSN 18-3602) to KLu as R-112.  To PH-DKC Jun 2, 1977, OO-DKC Jun 16, 1980, G-BLRC Jan 28, 1993.
						Still current
					2403 (MSN 18-3603) to KLu as R-113.  To Belgian AF as LB-01 Oct 1975, current.
					2404 (MSN 18-3604) to KLu as R-114.  To PH-TOK Apr 26, 1977
					2405 (MSN 18-3605) to KLu as R-115, then to PH-KNA, then to G-BWHH Aug 9, 1995. 
						Destroyed by fire in arson attack at Felthorpe Airfield, England Feb 18, 2003.
						Has been restored to the current British civil registry May 13, 2004, so
						someone must be rebuilding the wreckage.
					2406 (MSN 18-3606) to Klu as R-116 7/1/1954.  Withdrawn from
					 	use 12/20/1973 and stored.  Sold to Stichting
					 	Vliegsport at Gilze-Rijen and stored.  Dutch civil registration
						PH-GAM is believed to have been reserved but NTU.  PH-JTH
						has been reserved May 3, 2004.
					2407 (MSN 18-3607) to KLu as R-117.  To Belgian AF as LB-02
					2408 (MSN 18-3608) to KLu as R-118.  W/o Jul 20, 1969.
					2409 (MSN 18-3809) to KLu as R-119.  WFU
					2410 (MSN 18-3810) to Klu as R-120 7/1/1954. To Eindhovense
					 	Aeroclub as PH-KNB 1/24/1979.  Certificate of
					 	Airworthiness expired 5/27/1986.  In storage at
					 	DVM since then.
					2411 (MSN 18-3811) to KLu as R-121.  W/o Jul 7, 1967
					2412 (MSN 18-3812) to KLu as R-122.  To PH-GAB ntu,  
						to PH-PPW (KLu Historical Flight).  PH-JZM was also
						reserved but NTU.
					2413 (MSN 18-3813) to KLu as R-123.  Crashed and baught fire after takeoff near Ermelo, Netherlands Sep 27, 1965.
					2414 (MSN 18-3814) to KLu as R-124.  Also used by MLD.  To PH-APA Aug 2, 1976
					2415 (MSN 18-3815) to KLu as R-125.  To PH-KNC ntu, LX-PAA
					2416 (MSN 18-3816) to KLu as R-126.  To PH-KND ntu, PH-KNG Feb 5, 1979
					2417 (MSN 18-3817) to KLu as R-127.  To PH-GRP ntu, PH-DKB Jun 2, 1977, OO-DKB Nov 24, 1981,
						G-BMKB Dec 11, 1985.  Still current
					2418 (MSN 18-3818) to KLu as R-128.  WFU
					2419 (MSN 18-3819) to KLu as R-129.  DBR at La Coutrine, France Aug 21, 1962
					2420 (MSN 18-3820) to KLu as R-130.  To PH-PSW Apr 26, 1978, G-NNAC May 12, 1981.  Still current
					2421 (MSN 18-3821) to KLu as R-131.  To PH-KNE ntu, PH-KND ntu,  wfu Hilversum
					2422 (MSN 18-3822) to KLu as R-132.  WFU
					2423 (MSN 18-3823) to KLu as R-133.  To G-BLIH Nov 12, 1984.  Still current
					2424 (MSN 18-3824) to KLu as R-134.  Also used by MLD.  To OO-USA
					2425 (MSN 18-3825) to KLu as R-135.  To OO-TAN ntu, PH-KNF ntu, PH-KNE May 16, 1979.  Still current
					2426 (MSN 18-3826) to KLu as R-136.  To PH-KNG ntu, PH-KNF Jul 11, 1979.  Still current
					2427 (MSN 18-3827) to KLu as R-137.  To PH-PSC Feb 4, 1981 (KLu Historical Flight)
					2428 (MSN 18-3828) to KLu as R-138.  Also used by MLD.  To PH-GRC ntu, PH-KNJ ntu, PH-KNG ntu, PH-GRC..
					2429 (MSN 18-3829) to KLu as R-139.  To PH-GRC Jun 28, 1977.  Wings noted stored at Lelystad Nov 2012 for use
						in a restoration at Antwerp
					2430 (MSN 18-3830) to KLu as R-140.  Also used by MLD.  To D-ENFC Jul 1977
					2431/2438 not obtained by KLu, serials R-141/148 not assigned
					2439 (MSN 18-3839) to KLu as R-149 7/1/1954.  To civilian
					 	registry as PH-TZC 12/18/1978.  PH-KNK was originally
						reserved but NTU.  Stored at Twente AB.  Cancelled 
						from register 5/30/1990.
					2440 (MSN 18-3840) to KLu as R-150.  To PH-KNL ntu, PH-KNJ Dec 10, 1979, cancelled.
					2441 (MSN 18-3841) to Royal Dutch Navy as 5G-96, then to KLu as 
						R-151.  To PH-GER Jun 2, 1976, G-BIYB ntu, G-BIYR Apr 13, 1981.  Still current
					2442 (MSN 18-3842) to KLu as R-152.  To Belgian AF as LB-03 Oct 1975, current
					2443 (MSN 18-3843) to KLu as R-153.  To Belgian AF as LB-04.  Crashed Brustem Sep 4, 1977.  Fuselage
						used in rebuilt of LB-06 (54-2464)
					2444 (MSN 18-3844) to KLu as R-154.  To Belgian AF as LB-05 Oct 1975, current
					2445 (MSN 18-3845) to KLu as R-155.  To OO-DPD ntu, OO-TAN, G-OTAN Oct 28, 1996.  Still current
						as of Jul 2006 and still active.  Flies in US Army colors with its full military serial 
						in place of the tail number.
					2446 (MSN 18-3846) to KLu as R-156.  Also used by MLD.  To PH-DKF (ntu), to PH-VLO Apr 17, 1978,
						G-ROVE Oct 7, 1981.  Still current
					2447 (MSN 18-3847) to KLu as R-157.  To PH-GAX Apr 24, 1975, G-SCUB Dec 12, 1978.  Still current
					2448 (MSN 18-3848) to Klu as R-158 7/1/1954.  Withdrawn from
					 	use 9/22/1976.  To PH-KNM but ntu.  Currently in storage with civil
					 	registration PH-KNK.
					2449 (MSN 18-3849) to KLu as R-159.  To PH-KNN (ntu), PH-KNL Sep 4, 1978
					2450 (MSN 18-3850) to Klu 7/1/1954 as R-160.  Withdrawn from use
					 	9/30/1976.  Delivered to Nijmeegse Aeroclub at
					 	Malden airfield and stored.  Moved to De Peel 
					 	AB and assembled for static show Sept 1980.
					 	PH-KNM has been reserved for this aircraft.
					 	Stored at De Peel awaiting civil registration
					2451 (MSN 18-3851) to KLu as R-161.  To PH-GAR Aug 7, 1974, N839R Jan 25, 1983, N83GR
						Feb 28, 1983.
					2452 (MSN 18-3852) to KLu as R-162.  To PH-WDR Dec 20, 1976l
					2453 (MSN 18-3853) to KLu as R-163.  Also used by MLD.  To PH-LET Feb 23, 1977, G-BIRH Mar 19, 1981
					2454 (MSN 18-3854) to KLu as R-164.  To PH-DKA Jun 2, 1977.  Damaged in
						taxying accident Feb 9, 1980.  Registration cancelled
						Apr 2, 1980.  Subsequently used as spares source and 
						reported Dec 2008 stored at Kiewit.  Restored as D-ESMV.
					2455 (MSN 18-3855) to KLu as R-165.  To PH-KNP ntu, PH-ZVC Apr 10, 1979.  Still current
					2456 (MSN 18-3856) to KLu as R-166.  To PH-AVE Aug 31, 1976. W/o Seppe May 5, 1982
					2457 (MSN 18-3857) to KLu as R-167.  To PH-DKG ntu, PH-KLB Nov 26, 1979, G-LION Sep 26, 1980.  Still current
					2458 (MSN 18-3858) to KLu as R-168.  Crashed at Afsluitdijk, Netherlands Feb 8, 1961.
					2459 (MSN 18-3859) to KLu as R-169.  To PH-ZCT Jun 2, 1976
					2460 (MSN 18-3860) to KLu as R-170.  Also used by MLD.  To PH-WAS Mar 4, 1977, w/o Seppe May 5, 1982.
						A plane marked as 54-2460/R-170 was seen in August
						of 2006 at Schaffen, but this is actually 52-6222 remarked as R-170. .
					2461 (MSN 18-3861) to KLu as R-171.  To PH-JEB Aug 24, 1976.  W/o May 30, 1977
					2462 (MSN 18-3862) to KLu as R-172.  Also used by MLD. To PH-KNR ntu, PH-KNO Oct 18, 1978.  To German
						user Sep 1992 as D-ECAF.  Restored in 2005
					2463 (MSN 18-3863) to KLu as R-173.  To PH-DKH ntu, PH-DKD May 16, 1979.  Cancelled
					2464 (MSN 18-3864) to KLu as R-174.  To Belgian AF as LB-06 Oct 1975.  Damaged in storm at Zoersel
						Aug 9/20, 1992, repaired using fuselage from LB-04 (54-2443).  As LB-06, crashed after takeoff from 
						Goestsenhoven Air Base, Belgium Jul 3, 2009.  Both occupants killed.
					2465 (MSN 18-3865) to KLu as R-175.  To PH-KNS (ntu), PH-ZCR Jun 16, 1978, still current
					2466 (MSN 18-3866) to KLu as R-176.  Also used by MLD.  To PH-TIN Jun 2, 1976.  W/o 
						Eijerlandse Polder Aug 14, 1977
					2467 (MSN 18-3867) to KLu as R-177.  To PH-KNT ntu, PH-KNR Jul 19, 1978 (KLu Historical Flight)
					2468 (MSN 18-3868) to KLu as R-178.  Civilianized in 1976 as PH-VHO.
						Became G-BIMM Jan 8, 1981
					2469 (MSN 18-3869) to KLu as R-179.  To PH-WDT Sep 3, 1976.  W/o Seppe May 5, 1982.
					2470 (MSN 18-3870) to KLu as R-180.  
					2471 (MSN 18-3871) to KLu as R-181.  To PH-GAU Oct 8, 1976 (KLu Historical Flight)
					2472 (MSN 18-3872) to Klu in 1957 as R-182.  Also used by MLD.  Sold on civilian
					 	market as PH-KNS in 1978.  Written off in accident 4/12/1986.  Scavenged for spare parts for 
					 	rebuilding Super Cub PH-KNA.  Fuselage and engine
					 	currently in storage.
					2473 (MSN 18-3873) to Klu in 1957 as R-183.  To civilian market 
					 	as PH-KNV ntu, then PH-KNT in 1978.  Withdrawn from use in 1987 and
					 	used for spares.
					2474 (MSN 18-3874) to KLu as R-184.  To PH-KER ntu, G-PCUB Feb 16, 1981.  Cancelled Mar 10, 1999
					2475 (MSN 18-3875) to KLu as R-185.  To PH-WAR Apr 4, 1967, D-EOAR Jun 27, 1973
					2476 (MSN 18-3876) to KLu as R-186.  To PH-KNW ntu, PH-KNU Feb 26, 1979.  Cancelled.
				2484 (MSN 18-3884, frame number 18-3905) to Turkish Army Nov 1954, then became TC-CYA Nov 16, 1994
				2495 (MSN 18-3895, frame number 18-3908) to Turkish Army Nov 1955.  To Turkish AF as TC-ECB Jul 26, 1979
				2504/2558 to Italy under MDAP
					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].
					2504 (MSN 18-3904) to Italian Army as MM54-2504. Registered as I-EIJE (code E.I.xx)
					2505 (MSN 18-3905) to Italian Army as MM54-2505.  Registered I-EIJF (code E.I.xx)
					2506 (MSN 18-3906) to Italian Army as MM54-2506, registered Nov 14, 1956 as I-EIJG [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2506.  N1421B, current
					2507 (MSN 18-3907) to Italian Army as MM54-2507.  Registered Oct 18, 1956 as I-EIJH (code E.I.xxx) 
						Restored to MM54-2507.  then to N46760
					2508 (MSN 18-3908) to Italian Army as MM54-2508, registered Sep 21, 1956 as I-EIJK [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2508. 
					2509 (MSN 18-3909) to Italian Army as MM54-2509, registered Oct 16, 1956 as I-EIJI [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2509.  By 1988 was N85DC
					2510 (MSN 18-3910) to Italian Army as MM54-2510, registered Oct 10, 1956 as I-EIJJ [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2510.  To N3267P, current
					2511 (MSN 18-3911) to Italian Army as MM54-2511, registered Dec 5, 1956 as I-EIJL [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2511.  To N1047V, current
					2512 (MSN 18-3912) to Italian Army as MM54-2512, registered Sep 21, 1956 as I-EIJM [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2512. 
					2513 (MSN 18-3913) to Italian Army as MM54-2513, registered Oct 18, 1956 as I-EIJN (code E.I.xx).
						then to N46764.
					2514 (MSN 18-3914) to Italian Army as MM54-2514, registered as I-EIxx [probably I-EIJO] [code E.I.xx]. 
						Accident at Asiago, Italy Jul 17, 1960. 
					2515 (MSN 18-3915) to Italian Army as MM54-2515, registered Dec 11, 1956 as I-EIJP [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2515. 
					2516 (MSN 18-3916) to Italian Army as MM54-2516, registered 5Dec56 as I-EIJQ [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2516. 
					2517 (MSN 18-3917) to Italian Army as MM54-2517, registered Jun 5, 1957 as I-EIJR [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2517. 
					2518 (MSN 18-3918) to Italian Army as MM54-2518, registered Oct 18, 1956 as I-EIJS [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2518. 
					2519 (MSN 18-3919) to Italian Army as MM54-2519.  Registered Sep 27, 1956 as I-EIJT, code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2519
					2520 (MSN 18-3920) to Italian Army as MM54-2520, registered Nov 14, 1956 as I-EIJU [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2520. 
					2521 (MSN 18-3921) to Italian Army as MM54-2521, registered Nov 14, 1956 as I-EIJV [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2521.  to N1022Y, cancelled May 11, 2012
					2522 (MSN 18-3922) to Italian Army as MM54-2522.  Registered Nov 14, 1956 as I-EIJW (code E.I.226 in 1967).
						Restored to MM54-2522.  To civil registry as N4282R Jun 21, 1991, to Germany as D-EBJB Oct 1996.
					2523 (MSN 18-3923) to Italian Army as  MM54-2523.  Registered Sep 21, 156 as I-EIJX (code E.I.227).
						Became D-EFDB
					2524 (MSN 18-3924) to Italian Army as MM54-2524, registered Jan 29, 1957 as I-EIJY [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2524. 
					2525 (MSN 18-3925) to Italian Army as MM54-2525.  Registered Nov 14, 1956 as  I-EIJZ (code E.I.229).
						Restored to MM54-2525.  Became OO-LWB.  Registered G-BMAY Jul 3, 1985.
					2526 (MSN 18-3926) to Italian Army as MM54-2526, registered Sep 27, 1956 as I-EIQA [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2526.  To N33MT, current
					2527 (MSN 18-3927) to Italian Army as MM54-2527, registered Nov 3, 1956 as I-EIQB [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2527. 
					2528 (MSN 18-3928) to Italian Army as MM54-2528, registered Nov 3, 1956 as I-EIQC [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2528. 
					2529 (MSN 18-3929) to Italian Army as MM54-2529.  To Italian civil registry as I-EIQD (code E.I.xx). 
					2530 (MSN 18-3930) to Italian Army as MM54-2530, registered Mar 15, 1957 as I-EIQE [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2530.  To N13824, current
					2531 (MSN 18-3931) to Italian Army as MM54-2531.  Registered Jan 4, 1957 as I-EIQF (code E.I.234).  
						Then to OO-LWD, then PH-LWD.  Sold to owner in Italy June 2004.  Registered Jul 5, 2004 as I-ARAA
					2532 (MSN 18-3932) to Italian Army as MM54-2532.  Registered I-EIQG (code E.I.xx)
					2533 (MSN 18-3933) to Italian Army as MM54-2533.  Registered Oct 18, 1956 at I-EIQH (code E.I.235).
						Restored to MM54-2533.  To Air Heritage Museum and Aircraft Restoration,
						Beaver Falls, PA as N10365.  Substantially damaged at Beaver Falls, PA
						Aug 31, 2011.  The pilot reported that he was attempting to perform a touch-and-go landing with 
						full flaps in the tail wheel-equipped airplane. He stated that the main wheels touched the ground 
						first, followed by the tail wheel, and the airplane then veered off the left side of the runway 
						and into a gully. A post accident examination of the airplane revealed the left wing outboard 
						of the strut attachment point and the fuselage structure were bent.
					2534 (MSN 18-3934) to Italian Army as MM54-2534, registered Mar 15, 1957 as I-EIQK [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2534.
					2535 (MSN 18-3935) to Italian Army as MM54-2535, registered Nov 3, 1956 as I-EIQI [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2535.
					2536 (MSN 18-3936) to Italian Army as MM54-2536, registered Mar 8, 1957 as I-EIQJ [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2536.
					2537 (MSN 18-3937) to Italian Army as MM54-2537, registered Dec 17, 1956 as I-EIQL [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2537.
					2538 (MSN 18-3938) to Italian Army as MM54-2538, registered Jan 1957 as I-EIQM [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2538.
					2539 (MSN 18-3939) to Italian Army as MM54-2539, registered Jun 5, 1957 as I-EIQN [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2539.
					2540 (MSN 18-3940) to Italian Army as MM54-2540, registered Nov 3, 1956 as I-EIQO [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2540.
					2541 (MSN 18-3941) to Italian Army as MM54-2541, registered Dec 17, 1956 as I-EIQP [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2541.
					2542 (MSN 18-3942) to Italian Army as MM54-2542, registered Jun 1957 as I-EIQQ [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2542. Reregistered to the Ministero della Difesa Esercito 25May 1964 as I-EIQQ
					2543 (MSN 18-3943) to Italian Army as MM54-2543, registered Feb 28, 1957 as I-EIQR [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2543.
					2544 (MSN 18-3944) to Italian Army as MM54-2544.  Registered Apr 26 1957 as I-EIQS (code E.I.245).
						Restored to MM54-2544.  Was to have been civilianized as D-EBKP.  Became D-ELBL in 2005.
					2545 (MSN 18-3945) to Italian Army as MM54-2545, registered Apr 26, 1957 as I-EIQT [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2545.
					2546 (MSN 18-3946) to Italian Army as MM54-2546, registered Feb 16, 1957 as I-EIQU [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2546.
					2547 (MSN 18-3947) to Italian Army as MM54-2547, registered Dec 5, 1956 as I-EIQV [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2547.
					2548 (MSN 18-3948) to Italian Army as MM54-2548, registered Feb 28, 1957 as I-EIQW [code E.I.xx]. 
						Accident Oct 21, 1964.
					2549 (MSN 18-3949) to Italian Army as MM54-2549, registered Dec 17, 1956 as I-EIQX [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2549.  To N9962Q, current
					2550 (MSN 18-3950) to Italian Army as MM54-2550, registered Mar 8, 1957 as I-EIQY [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2550.
					2551 (MSN 18-3951) to Italian Army as MM54-2551, registered Mar 8, 1957 as I-EIQZ [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2551.  To N1383, current
					2552 (MSN 18-3952) to Italian Army as MM54-2552, registered Feb 26, 1957 as I-EIUA [code E.I.xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2552.
					2553 (MSN 18-3953) to Italian Army as MM54-2553.  To Italian civil registry as I-EIxx.  Registered I-EIUB
						In accident at Dignano, Italy Nov 28, 1957
					2555 (MSN 18-3955) to Italian Army as MM54-2555, registered Mar 8, 1957 as I-EIUC [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2555.  To N200FG, current
					2556 (MSN 18-3956) to Italian Army as MM54-2556, registered Jan 4, 1957 as I-EIUD [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2556.
					2557 (MSN 18-3957) to Italian Army as MM54-2557. Registered Fec 28, 1957 as I-EIUE (code E.I.xx).  Then to 
						US civil registry as N9965Q
					2558 (MSN 18-3958) to Italian Army as MM54-2558.  Registered I-EIUF (code E.I.xx)
				2565 (MSN 18-3965) to Italian Army as MM54-2565. Registered as I-EIUG
				2566 (MSN 18-3966) to Italian Army as MM54-2566, registered 15Mar57 as I-EIUH [code E.I. xx]. Restored to MM54-2566
				2567 (MSN 18-3967) to Italian Army as MM54-2567.  Registered as I-EIUJ (code E.I.xx) .  
				2568 (MSN 18-3968) to Italian Army as MM54-2568.  Registeed Mar 15, 1957 as I-EIUK (code E.I.xx).
					Restored to MM54-2568.  To civil registry as N3020F Nov 1982.
				2569/2579 to Turkish Army under MDAP
					2569 (MSN 18-3969, frame number 18-4549) to Turkish Army Nov 1955, then became TC-CYC
					2571 (MSN 18-3971, frame number 18-4543) to Turkish Army Nov 1955.  To Turkish AF as TC-ECC Jan 8, 1979
					2573 (MSN 18-3973, frame number 18-4551) to Turkish Army Nov 1955.  To Turkish AF, then became TC-ECI
					2575 (MSN 18-3975, frame number 18-4556) to Turkish Army Nov 1955.  To Turkish AF, then became TC-ECD
					2579 (MSN 18-3979, frame number 18-4560) to Turkish Army Nov 1955.  To Turkish AF, then became TC-ECJ
				2581/2587 to Italian Army under MDAP
					2581 (MSN 18-3981) to Italian Army as MM54-2581, registered Dec 17, 1956 as I-EIUI [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2581.  To N3930L, current
					2582 (MSN 18-3982) to Italian Army as MM54-2582.  Registered Apr 26, 1957 as I-EIUJ (code E.I.260)
						Then I-EIUJ, then I-BUNO, to D-ERMA in 2004.
					2583 (MSN 18-3983) to Italian Army as MM54-2583.  Registered Dec 17, 1956 as I-EIUL [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2583.
					2584 (MSN 18-3984) to Italian Army as MM54-2584.  Registered as I-EIUM (code E.I.xx)
					2585 (MSN 18-3985) to Italian Army as MM54-2585, registered Mar 15, 1957 as I-EIUN [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2585.
					2586 (MSN 18-3986) to Italian Army as MM54-2586.  Registered Feb 28, 1957 as I-EIUO (code E.I.263).
						Restored to MM54-2586.  To Greek civil registry as SX-AHB.  
						To G-BWUB Jun 13, 1996.  Then N786CS, then G-BWUB again Jun 15, 1998.  G-BWUB cancelled Nov 23, 2013
						on export to France.  Registered F-HLBC Jan 21, 2015
					2587 (MSN 18-3987) to Italian Army as MM54-2587, registered Jan 29, 1957 as I-EIUP [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2587.  To N3VU, current
				2589/2592 to Italian Army under MDAP
					2589 (MSN 18-3989) to Italian Army as MM54-2589, registered Apr 26, 1957 as I-EIUQ [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2589.
					2590 (MSN 18-3990) to Italian Army as MM54-2590, registered Feb 16, 1957 as I-EIUR [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2590.  To N99031, current
					2591 (MSN 18-3991) to Italian Army as MM54-2591, registered Apr 26, 1957 as I-EIUS [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2591.
					2592 (MSN 18-3992) to Italian Army as MM54-2592, registered Jan 4, 1957 as I-EIUT [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2592.
				2596 (MSN 18-3996, frame number 18-4575) to Turkish Army Dec 1955.  Then to Turkish AF, then to Turkish 
					civil registry as TC-ELF, then TC-EDA, then D-EPAJ in 2006
				2606 (MSN 18-4006, frame number 18-4577) to Turkish Army Dec 1955.  To Turkish AF.  Then became TC-CUB, then F-GSCB
				2611/2643 to Italian Army under MDAP
					2611 (MSN 18-4011) to Italian Army as MM54-2611, registered Aug 22, 1957 as I-EIUU [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2611.
					2612 (MSN 18-4012) to Italian Army as MM54-2612, registered Aug 22, 1957 as I-EIUV [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2612.
					2613 (MSN 18-4013) to Italian Army as MM54-2613, registered Sep 2, 1957 as I-EIUW [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2613.
					2614 (MSN 18-4014) to Italian Army as MM54-2614, registered Dec 1957 as I-EIUX [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2614.
					2615 (MSN 18-4015) to Italian Army as MM54-2615.  Registered Aug 22, 1957 as I-EIUY (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2615.   To civil registry as N9969Q
					2616 (MSN 18-4016) to Italian Army as MM54-2616, registered Aug 19, 1957 as I-EIUZ [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2616
					2617 (MSN 18-4017) to Italian Army as MM54-2617.  Registered Sep 24, 1957 as I-EIVA (code E.I.274).
						Restored to MM54-2617.  Became OO-LWA, then I-FADI
					2618 (MSN 18-4018) to Italian Army as MM54-2618, registered Aug 19, 1957 as I-EIVB [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2618.
					2619 (MSN 18-4019) to Italian Army as MM54-2619.  Registered Dec 31, 1957 as I-EIVC (code E.I.276).  
						Restored to MM54-2619.  Registered G-BNXM Nov 23, 1987.
					2620 (MSN 18-4020) to Italian Army as MM54-2620.  Registered as I-EIVD (code E.I.xx)
					2621 (MSN 18-4021) to Italian Army as MM54-2621, registered Aug 19, 1957 as I-EIVE [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2621.
					2622 (MSN 18-4022) to Italian Army as MM54-2622, registered Sep 2, 1957 as I-EIVF [code E.I. xx].
						 Restored to MM54-2622.
					2623 (MSN 18-4023) to Italian Army as MM54-2623, registered Dec 3, 1957 as I-EIVG [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2623. N99038, current
					2624 (MSN 18-4024) to Italian Army as MM54-2624, registered Dec 18, 1957 as I-EIVH [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2624.
					2625 (MSN 18-4025) to Italian Army as MM54-2625, registered Feb 25, 1958 as I-EIVK (code E.I.281).  
						Restored to MM54-2625.  Then to N9972Q.  To Australian user as VH-CAK in 2004
					2626 (MSN 18-4026) to Italian Army as MM54-2626. Registered Jun 21, 1957 as I-EIVI (code E.I.xx).
						Restored to MM54-2626  To US civil registry as N87996.
					2627 (MSN 18-4027) to Italian Army as MM54-262.  Registered Aug 22, 1957 as I-EIVJ (code E.I.283).
						Restored to MM54-2627.  Became D-EDKM.
					2628 (MSN 18-4028) to Italian Army as MM54-2628, registered Dec 31, 1957 as I-EIVL [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2628.
					2629 (MSN 18-4029) to Italian Army as MM54-2629, registered Feb 3, 1958 as I-EIVM [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2629.  To N2621K, current
					2630 (MSN 18-4030) to Italian Army as MM54-2630, registered Feb 3, 1958 as I-EIVN [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2630.
					2631 (MSN 18-4031) to Italian Army as MM54-2631.  Registered I-EIVO (code E.I.xx).
						In accident at Monte Elmo, Italy Oct 24, 1960.
					2632 (MSN 18-4032) to Italian Army as MM54-2632, registered Jun 21, 1957 as I-EIVP [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2632.
					2633 (MSN 18-4033) to Italian Army as MM54-2633, registered Sep 2, 1957 as I-EIVQ [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2633.
					2634 (MSN 18-4034) to Italian Army as MM54-2634, registered Jun 21, 1957 as I-EIVR [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2634.
					2635 (MSN 18-4035) to Italian Army as MM54-2635, registered Dec 18, 1957 as I-EIVS [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2635.  Accident Jan 29, 1967.
					2636 (MSN 18-4036) to Italian Army as MM54-2636.  Registered Sep 2, 1957 as I-EIVT (code E.I.291).  
						Restored to MM54-2636Became OO-ALH (OO-LVV originally reserved but NTU),
						then to G-BLFB Feb 8, 1984 (G-AOSG originally reserved but NTU)
						then HB-PIJ.
					2637 (MSN 18-4037) to Italian Army as MM54-2637, registered Dec 31, 1957 as I-EIVU [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2637.
					2638 (MSN 18-4038) to Italian Army as MM54-2638, registered Aug 19, 1957 as I-EIVV [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2638.
					2639 (MSN 18-4039) to Italian Army as MM54-2639.  Registered I-EIVW (code E.I.xx).  Accident at
					 	Bolzano, Italy Oct 25, 1961
					2640 (MSN 18-4040) to Italian Army as MM54-2640.  Registered Aug 22, 1957 as I-EIVX [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2640.
					2641 (MSN 18-4041) to Italian Army as MM54-2641.  Registered Aug 21, 1957 as I-EIVY [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2641.
					2642 (MSN 18-4042) to Italian Army as MM54-2642, registered Aug 21, 1957 as I-EIVZ [code E.I. xx]. 
						Restored to MM54-2642.
					2643 (MSN 18-4043) to Italian Army as MM54-2643.  Registered I-EIZA (code E.I.xx)
					2645 (MSN 18-4045) to Italian Army as MM54-2645.  Registered I-EIZB (code E.I.xx)
					2646 (MSN 18-4046) to Italian Army as MM54-2646,  Registered I-EIZC (code E.I.297).  Restored to
						MM54-2646.  Became OO-MBS (OO-LVT reserved but NTU)
				2654 (MSN 18-4054, frame number 18-5501) to Turkish Army Jan 1957.  To Turkish AF as TC-SMN.  To N18LP, current
				2655 (MSN 18-4055, frame number 18-5506) to Turkish Army Jan 1957, then to Turkish AF as TC-SKY in 1991.
				2661 (MSN 18-4061) to EC-BKN
54-2664/2675		Boeing B-52C-45-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 17159/17170
				2664 to MASDC as BC187 8/26/71
				2665 to MASDC as BC159 7/7/71
				2666 crashed into Lake Michigan Jan 7, 1971.  Crew was flying a low-level
					route at night that passed over Lake Michigan.  During the simulated
					bomb run a ground station reported that the radar image of the plane 
					blossomed and then disappeared.  All crew killed.
				2667 crashed near Cape Kennedy, FL 8/30/68
					after elecrical failure
				2668 to MASDC as BC191 9/2/71
				2669 to MASDC as BC158 7/6/71.  Scrapped at DM.
				2670 to MASDC as BC202 9/23/71.  Scrapped at DM.
				2671 to MASDC as BC194 9/9/71
				2672 to MASDC as BC185 8/24/71.  Scrapped at DM
				2673 to MASDC as BC204 9/27/71
				2674 to MASDC as BC160 7/8/71.  Scrapped at DM
				2675 to MASDC as BC168 7/22/71.  Scrapped at DM
54-2676/2688		Boeing B-52C-50-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 17171/17183
				2676 used for tests by Boeing as JB-52C.
				   Crashed during Boeing test flight 3/29/57 
				2677 to MASDC as BC174 8/3/71
				2678 to MASDC as BC184 8/19/71
				2679 to MASDC as BC163 7/13/71.  Scrapped at DM
				2680 to MASDC as BC0161 7/8/71.  Scrapped at DM
				2681 to MASDC as BC200 9/21/71.  Scrapped at DM
				2682 crashed near New Hampton NH 8/10/59 after
					nose radome failed in flight
				2683 to MASDC as BC196 9/14/71.  Scrapped at DM
				2684 to MASDC as BC198 9/16/71.  Scrapped at DM
				2685 to MASDC as BC172 7/29/71.  Scrapped at DM
				2686 to MASDC as BC192 9/7/91
				2687 to MASDC as BC166 7/20/71.  Scrapped at DM
				2688 to MASDC as BC182 8/17/71.  Scrapped at DM
54-2689/2728		Lockheed T-33B-LO
				MSN 580-9193/9214, 9273/9290.  Transferred to US Navy as TV-2 Bu. No. 138977/139016
54-2729/2739		Cessna T-37A-CE
				MSN 40004/40014.  All converted to T-37B.
				2729 (MSN 40004, T-37B) first flight 8/27/55. Noted Mar 10, 2005 preserved at Columbus AFB,
					Columbus, Mississippi as 0101.
				2730 (T-37B) retired by Feb 1972, by which time it had become a display
					aircraft that was trucked around to various USAF functions and kept
					at Norton AFB.  In 2009 was at Randolph AFB Airpark, Texas marked as 54-730
				2731 was non-flying static test airframe.
				2732 (T-37B) was in USAF Museum but now (2007) at Military Aviation Preservation
					Society Air Museum, Akron-Canton Airport, Ohio.  Still owned by USAF. On display at Florida
					Military Museum, previously known as Yesterday's Air Force Museum, Clearwater Airport, Florida May 1993.
					Noted at Fort Meade, Florida Aug 2003.  At MAPS Air Museum, North Canton, Ohio
				2733,2734,2736,2738,2739 converted to GT-37B.
				2733 converted to GT-37B.  In 2008 was on display at Veterans Museum, Gaffney, South Carolins. 
				2734 (MSN 40010) converted to GT-37B.  Noted Sep 2003 on display at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Texas
				2736 converted to GT-37B.  Noted on display at Grissom AFB Museum Dec 2006.
				2737 (MSN 40013) displayed as gate guard marked as 7101
				2738 converted to GT-37B
				2739 converted to GT-37B.  On display at Laughlin AFB, Texas
54-2740/2804		Cancelled contract
54-2805/2825		Convair C-131D-CO Samaritan
				MASDC registrations and dates from www/amarcexperience.com
				2805 (MSN 183) formerly on civil registry as N8430H
				2806 (MSN 201) on display at Travis AFB Museum, California
				2807 (MSN 203) To MASDC Jul 1977.  To civil registry as N10409, C-GMUM, N865TA
				2808 (MSN 204) formerly on civilian market as N8425H.  To USAF Sep 10, 1954.   Now on
					display at March Field Museum, California. 
				2809 (MSN 205) formerly on civil registry as N8426H.  To USAF Oct 26, 1954. To MASDC as CS078 Nov 19, 1989. 
					To civil registry as N6288Y.  Later N131CW with Classic Wings Inc, Vero Beach, FL. Donated to Southern California
					Wing of Commemorative AF at Camarillo, CA.  In 2013 was in Yanks Museum, Chino, California
				2810 (MSN 207) on display at Vermont ANG Base, Burlington, Vermont
				2811 (MSN 208) formerly on civil registry as N8427H.  Converted to VC-131D.  To MASDC as CS059 Jul 1, 1977.
				2812 (MSN 209) formerly on civil registry as N8428H.  Converted to VC-131D.   TO MASDC as CS013 Jan 9, 1975.
				2813 (MSN 215) to MASDC as CS086.  To civil registry as N43891, then YV-913C, then CP-2236, then ZS-BRV.
				2814 (MSN 216) formerly on civil registry as N8447H.  To USAF Dec 15, 1954.  Converted to VC-131D.  To MASDC as CS087 
					Oct 19, 1987.
				2815 (MSN 217) built as VC-131D.  Formerly on civil registry as N8448H.  To USAF Dec 10, 1954.  Converted to VC-131H (Model 580) 
					Transferred to US Navy Apr 1979 but retained USAF serial.  Redesignated C-131H 
					when returned to USAF service. Then converted to VC-131H.  To Peruvian Police as PNP-025. 
					Sold on civil market as N7146X.   Became N723ES, cancelled
					Nov 7, 2007 on sale to owner in Canada, registered Jan 17, 2008 to Ministry of
					the Environment, Province  of Saskatchewan as C-GSKQ
				2816 (MSN 220) built as VC-131D.  Converted to C-131E.  Converted to C-131H and then to VC-131H.
					Reported as crashed.
				2817 (MSN 221) built as VC-131D, converted to VC-131H (Model 580).  Transferred to US Navy Apr 1979 but retained USAF serial.  
					Returned to USAF service.  Crashed on takeoff from Dothan, Alabama Nov 15, 1985.  4 killed.
				2818 (MSN 225) built as VC-131D. Previously on civil registry as
					N4395W.  To MASDC as CS079 Dec 16, 1985.  To civilian registry as N4395W
				2819 (MSN 226) built as VC-131D.  Formerly on civil registry as
					N8452H.  To MASDC as CS085 Mar 10, 1987.  Reported November 2003 as 
					in the hands of the New South Wales Historic Aircraft Restoration Society (maybe owned by one 
					of that Society's individual members) in Australia.  Registration N1037S reserved
					Sep 22, 2005.  Registered N1037S Oct 26, 2005, cancelled Apr 3, 2006 on sale
					to owner in Canada.   Was N8452H before becoming 54-2819.
				2820 (MSN 228) was N8453H before USAF service.  To MASDC as CS090.  After USAF service became N43895, then
					YV-914C, then CP-2237.  Registered ZS-ARV Dec 5, 2001.
				2821 (MSN 231) was N8454H before USAF service.  Registered to General Dynamics as N8454H before USAF
					service.  Has been reported as preserved in the picnic area
					as a gate guard at 36th St entrance to Kelly AFB, TX, then
					later relocated to Laredo IAP, TX.  53-7811 has also been
					reported as being on display at Kelly AFB.
				2822 (MSN 232) was N8455H before USAF service.  Delivered to the Air Force Mar 15, 1955. It was first assigned to the 
					4500th Support Squadron (TAC), Langley AFB, Virginia. In Dec 1957 it 
					moved to the 7100st Support Wing (USAFE), Wiesbaden AB, Germany; returning to 
					the 4500th Support Squadron at Langley AFB, Virginia in Feb 1958. It 
					was assigned to the 7415th Support Group (USAFE), Orly Field, Paris, France 
					in Sep 1958; then the 317th Air Base Group (USAFE), Evreux/Fauville 
					AB, France in Oct1958; the 513th Troop Carrier Wing (USAFE), Orly 
					Field, France in Apr 1966; the 7101st Air Base Wing (USAFE), Chievres, 
					Belgium and Echterdingen Army Field, Germany in Oct 1967; to the 
					Military Assistance Group (USAFE), Teheran, Iran in Jul 1973; and the 
					144th Fighter Interceptor Wing (ANG), Fresno, California in May 1978. While 
					with the 144th the aircraft was known as 'California One', and it was based 
					for much of the time at McClellan AFB. The aircraft was presented to the 
					McClellan Aviation Museum, California after its final flight on June 27, 1989.
				2823 (MSN 234) was N8456H before USAF service.  Converted to VC-131D.  To AMARC as CS0098 Apr 9, 1998.  Sold to
					Samaritan Foundation, Inc of Pierson, FL as N131SF Mar 23, 2004.  Registration
					N131SF cancelled  Aug 15, 2006 on sale to owner in Canada.  Registered
					Nov 9, 2006 to Province of Saskatcewan as C-GYSK
				2824 (MSN 235) converted to VC-131D.   Registered to General Dynamics. 
					as N8457H before USAF service.  Now preserved at Tinker AFB, OK
				2825 (MSN 238) was registed N8459H before going to USAF.  To MASDC as CS080 Mar 18, 1986.
					To civilian registry as N43938 owned by Air Frieght International
					of Miami, FL.  Registration N43938 cancelled Jan 10, 2006  
					on sale to owner in Canada  Converted to CV-580 and registered Nov 9, 2006
					to Province of Saskatchewan as C-GVSK.
54-2826/2835		Piper L-21B-PI Super Cub 
				MSN 18-4226/4235.  For MDAP
				2826 (MSN 18-4226) to Turkish Army
				2827 (MSN 18-4227, frame number 18-5525) to Turkish Army Jan 22, 1957, then became TC-AUI
				2828 (MSN 18-4228, frame number 18-5530) to Turkish Army Jan 1957.  To Turkish AF as TC-EBT
				2829 (MSN 18-4229) to Turkish Army
				2830 (MSN 18-4230) to Turkish Army
				2831 (MSN 18-4231, frame number 18-5526) to Turkish Army Jan 22, 1957.  To Turkish AF as TC-ECG Jan 8, 1979
				2832 (MSN 18-4232, frame number 18-5474) to Turkish Army Jan 22, 1957.  To Turkish AF as TC-ECH Jul 26, 1979
				2833 (MSN 18-4233) to Turkish Army
				2834 (MSN 18-4234) to Turkish Army
				2835 (MSN 18-4235) to Turkish Army
54-2836/2859		Cancelled contract
54-2860/2914		Sikorsky H-34A-SI Choctaw
				Some converted to H-34B and H-34C.  Redesignated CH-34A/B/C in 1962.  
				Some to VH-34A.
				2860 (MSN 58241) to MASDC as XJ131 Aug 31, 1972.
				2861 (MSN 58242) to MASDC as XJ027 Feb 22, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				2862 (MSN 58249) to MASDC as XJ034.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				2863 (MSN 58250) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Mar 25, 1969.
				2864 (MSN 58251) crashed Sep 1969.
				2865 (MSN 58257) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Sep 4, 1967.
				2866 (MSN 58258)
				2867 (MSN 58259) to civil registry as N9032G
				2868 (MSN 58260)
				2869 (MSN 58261)
				2870 (MSN 58268)
				2871 (MSN 58269) to civil registry as N6488C
				2872 (MSN 58270)
				2873 (MSN 58271)
				2874 (MSN 58272)
				2875 (MSN 58273) to Vietnam AF.
				2876 (MSN 58274)
				2877 (MSN 58275) to Vietnam AF
				2878 (MSN 58276)
				2879 (MSN 58277) to MASDC as XJ039 Mar 31, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				2880 (MSN 58278)
				2881 (MSN 58296)
				2882 (MSN 58282) to MASDC as XJ111 Jul 11, 1972.
				2883 (MSN 58283)
				2884 (MSN 58284) to MASDC as XJ151 Aug 28, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				2885 (MSN 58285)
				2886 (MSN 58286)
				2887 (MSN 58287) to MASDC as XJ113 Jul 11, 1972, later renumbered 3H0253.  At Everett/Paine Field, WA in 2008.
				2888 (MSN 58288) to MASDC as XJ128 Aug 29, 1972, later renumbered 3H0254.
				2889 (MSN 58289) to MASDC as XH058 Mar 24, 1972.
				2890 (MSN 58290) to MASDC as XH118 Aug 24, 1972.
				2891 (MSN 58291) to MASDC as XJ188 Nov 12, 1973.
				2892 (MSN 58292) to MASDC as XJ137 Oct 10, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				2893 (MSN 58293) to civil registry as N37735
				2894 (MSN 58294) to MASDC as XJ079 Apr 26, 1972.
				2895 (MSN 58295) to MASDC as XJ074 Apr 17, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				2896 (MSN 58297) to MASDC as XJ138 Oct 10, 1972.
				2897 (MSN 58298)
				2898 (MSN 58301)
				2899 (MSN 58302)
				2900 (MSN 58303) to MASDC as XJ016 Jan 19, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				2901 (MSN 58304) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Jan 30, 1970.
				2902 (MSN 58305) 
				2903 (MSN 58306) to Vietnam AF
				2904 (MSN 58307)
				2905 (MSN 58308) to MASDC as XJ162 Jan 26, 1973, later renumbered 3H0254.
				2906 (MSN 58309)
				2907 (MSN 58311) to MASDC as XJ062 Apr 2, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001.
				2908 (MSN 58313) to MASDC as XJ147 Nov 27, 1972.
				2909 (MSN 58314) to MASDC as XJ032 Feb 24, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001.
				2910 (MSN 58315) to MASDC as XJ141 Oct 27, 1972.
				2911 (MSN 58316)
				2912 (MSN 58317).  Now with Chicago Helicopter Industries, St. Charles, IL.
				2913 (MSN 58318)
				2914 (MSN 58321) crashed Dec 1972.
54-2915/2949		Hiller H-23B-UH Raven
				MSN 706/723, 727/743.  For MDAP 
				2919 to MASDC as XG036 Oct 1, 1971.
				2923 to MASDC as XG019 Aug 27, 1971.  TO N47091
				2924 to N57893
				2925 to N31815
				2926 to N90890
				2929 to N33616
				2930 to N6075
				2935 (MSN 729) to Dutch AF as O-1.  To civil registry as OH-HHA.  With Classic Rotors Museum, 
					Ramona, California as N7299 in Nov 2010.
				2936 (MSN 730) to Dutch AF as O-2.  To civil registry as D-HAMU.  W/o May 10, 1980.
				2937 (MSN 731) to Dutch AF as O-3.  Became N42937, which registration was cancelled by FAA Oct 19, 2004
					as sale reported 1978.
				2938 (MSN 732) to Dutch AF as O-4.  Sold as OH-HHC
				2939 (MSN 733) to Dutch AF as O-5.  Sold as N8505, later became D-HGIG
				2940 (MSN 734) to Dutch AF as O-6.  To Turkish Army Mar 22, 1965.
				2941 (MSN 735) to Dutch AF as O-7.  To civil registry as N8506, SE-HMC, LY-HMC.
				2942 (MSN 736) to Dutch AF as O-8.  To civil registry as G-AYCI Apr 1970.
				2943 (MSN 737) to Dutch AF as O-9.  Then to N1048N
				2944 (MSN 738) to Dutch AF as O-10.  W/o Mar 21, 1958
				2945 (MSN 739) to Dutch AF as O-11.  Sold as D-HFNA
				2946 (MSN 740) to Dutch AF as O-12.  Then to Turkish Army Mar 22, 1965.  Preserved Guvercinlik, Ankara in 1980s.
				2947 (MSN 741) to Dutch AF as O-13.  Sold on civilian market in Germany
				2849 (MSN 742) to Dutch AF as O-14.  W/o Apr 25, 1976
				2949 (MSN 743) to Dutch AF as O-15.  To civil registry as N8507, OH-HHD, SE-HKI.
					SE-AKI was reportedly w/o Jun 11, 1990 but still on Swedish registry in 2005.  Since 2009 on
					US registry as N384SB
54-2950/2955		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9450/9455.  For MDAP
				2950/2954 to Italy.
					2951 (MSN 58-9451) to Italian AF as MM54-2951 and preserved at Amendola AB, Italy as MM54-1951.
				2955 to German AF as AB-701, DD-383, 94+76.  Scrapped in 1972.
54-2956			Fairchild YC-123H-FA Provider
				MSN 20165
54-2957/2971		Cancelled contracts and missiles
				2960/2967 were Radioplane XGAM-67 Crossbow
				2969/2970 were Radioplane XGAM-67 Crossbow
54-2972/2994		Aerojet X-8A-AJ
				high-altitude research rocket
54-2995/3050		Sikorsky H-34A-SI Choctaw
				Some converted to H-34B and H-34C.  Redesignated CH-34A/B/C in 1962.
				A few converted to VH-34A.  Some to Nicaragua.
				2995 (MSN 58322)
				2996 (MSN 58323) to MASDC as XJ163 Jan 25, 1973.  To civil registry as N1383B
				2997 (MSN 58325) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Jul 28, 1968.
				2998 (MSN 58326) to MASDC as XJ078 Apr 19, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001.
				2999 (MSN 58327)to MASDC as XJ154 Dec 13, 1972.
				3000 (MSN 58338) to MASDC as XJ041.  To civil registry as N503DH.  
					Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				3001 (MSN 58339)
				3002 (MSN 58342) to MASDC as XJ023 Jan 29, 1972.
				3003 (MSN 58343) to MASDC as XJ126 Aug 29, 1972.  seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				3004 (MSN 58332) to MASDC as XJ002 Nov 29, 1971.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				3005 (MSN 58344) to MASDC as XJ120 Aug 28, 1972.
				3006 (MSN 58345) to MASDC as XJ018 Jan 26, 1972.  (N74164) noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				3007 (MSN 58346) crashed Feb 1967.
				3008 (MSN 58347) to MASDC as XJ132 Aug 31, 1972.
				3009 (MSN 58348) to MASDC as XJ043 Mar 15, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				3010 (MSN 58349) to Royal Thai AF as 20161.
				3010 (MSN 58351) to MASDC as XJ160 Jan 24, 1973.
				3012 (MSN 58352) to MASDC as XJ108 Jun 27, 1972, renumbered 3H0256.  
					noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				3013 (MSN 58353) to MASDC as XJ008 Dec 21, 1971. noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				3014 (MSN 58359) 
				3015 (MSN 58360)
				3016 (MSN 58361) to Army Test and Evaluation Command as NCH-34C
				3017 (MSN 58362)
				3018 (MSN 58364) to MASDC as XJ174 Mar 8, 1973.
				3019 (MSN 58365) to Nicaraguan AF as FAN526.
				3020 (MSN 58366) to Vietnam AF, then to MASDC as HD012 Sep 19, 1969.
				3021 (MSN 58367)
				3022 (MSN 58368) to MASDC as XJ057 Mar 24, 1972.
				3023 (MSN 58369) to MASDC as XJ048.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				3024 (MSN 58371)
				3025 (MSN 58372) to Vietnam AF
				3026 (MSN 58373)
				3027 (MSN 58380)
				3028 (MSN 58381) to Vietnam AF, then to Indonesian AF as H-3411.
				3029 (MSN 58382) to MASDC as XJ173 Feb 23, 1973.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				3030 (MSN 58383)
				3031 (MSN 58384) to MASDC as XJ080 Apr 26, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001.
				3032 (MSN 58385) to MASDC as XJ176 Mar 8, 1973
				3033 (MSN 58386) 
				3034 (MSN 58389) to MASDC as XJ083 May 1, 1972.  Seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				3035 (MSN 58390) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Jan 29, 1971.
				3036 (MSN 58391D) to MASDC as XJ072 Apr 15, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				3037 (MSN 58392) to MASDC as 3H258 May 11, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001.  In Jan 2015 noted
					in grounds of Battlefield Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada
				3038 (MSN 58393) crashed Feb 1967.
				3039 (MSN 58394) to Vietnam AF.  To MASDC as HD009 Sep 10, 1969.
				3040 (MSN 58402)
				3041 (MSN 58404) to MASDC as XJ101 Jun 1, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				3042 (MSN 58405) to MASDC as XJ157 Dec 13, 1972.   noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				3043 (MSN 58406) to MASDC as XJ052 Mar 22, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				3044 (MSN 58407)
				3045 (MSN 58408) to Vietnam AF
				3046 (MSN 58409)
				3047 (MSN 58411)
				3048 (MSN 58412).  To Chicago Helicopter Industries, Inc as N72CH
				3049 (MSN 58413) to Vietnam AF
				3050 (MSN 58415)
54-3051/3089		Boeing XIM-99 Bomarc
54-3090/3099		Cancelled contracts and missiles
				3090,3092,3094 were Radioplane XGAM-67 Crossbow
				I have a photo of 54-3090 being a TM-76 Mace.
				3095/3099 were North American XSM-64 Navaho
54-3100/3999		Unassigned serials
54-4000/4008		Vertol H-21B-PH Workhorse
				MSN B.153/B.161.  Sold to France
				4000 (MSN B.153) delivered to French ALAT in Algeria by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE as 8.000.113 and became 
					FR06.  In accident at Djebel Azreq Jul 8, 1956.  Taken to France for reconstruction and used at
					engineering school of Bourges then scrapped.
				4001 (MSN B.154) delivered Jun 4, 1956 by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in Algeria as 8.000.114, then
					became FR07.   To French Navy as 31F-2 and returned to ALAT as AAG in 1960.  SOC May 17, 1968 and
					scrapped at Valence, France in 1968.  Also reported as going to civilian registry as N64606 with Midwest 
					Helicopter Airways.  Noted at Camarillo, CA Aug 2001 with this serial.  With Classic Rotors Museum, 
					Ramona, California in Nov 2010.
				4002 (MSN B.155) delivered Jul 17, 1956 by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in Algeria as 8.000.130.  
					and became FR08.  SOC May 17, 1968.  To MASDC as HC028.  Now at  Hill Aerospace Museum, Hill AFB, UT
				4003 (MSN B.156) delivered Jul 17, 1956 by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in Algeria as 8.000.131 and
					became FR09.  SOC Mar 3, 1969.  Put on display at Florence, SC Air and Missile Museum.  Now closed.  
					Noted in June 2004 at Florence AP, SC.  Plane is now the responsibility of Shaw AFB
				4004 (MSN B.157) delivered Jul 17, 1956 by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in Algeria as 8.000.132 and
					became FR10.  SOC May 17, 1968.  Now on US civil registry as N6869.
					Noted Summer 2005 at Alaska Aviation Heritage Museu, Lake Hood, Anchorage, AK
				4005 (MSN B.158) delivered Jul 17, 1956 by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in Algeria as 8.000.133 and
					became FR11.  Q/o at Bordj Atga Apr 8, 1957.  2 KIA.
				4006 (MSN B.159) delivered Jul 17, 1956 by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in Algeria as 8.000.134 and
					became FR12. SOC May 17, 1968 and scrapped at Valence (France) in 1968.
				4007 (MSN B.160) delivered Jul 19, 1965 by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in France as 8.000.153 and
					became FR13.  After used at GH1 in France, went to Algeria.  SOC May 17, 1968.  To JASDF as 02-4759.
					Now with Gifu Air Base Collection.  Now displayed inside 11th ACR/Fort Irwin
					Museum.
				4008 (MSN B.161) delivered Jul 19, 1956 by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in France as 8.000.154 and
					became FR14.  After used at GH1 in France, went to Algeria.  SOC May 17, 1968 and scrapped at Valence,
					France in 1968.
54-4009/4034		Hiller H-23B-UH Raven
				Hiller Model 360, based on US Army UH-12B for US Navy, transferred to US Army.  Redesignated OH-23B in 1962.
				4010 (MSN 415) former US Navy HTE-2 129786.  To MASDC as XG149 Jan 31, 1972.
				4015 (MSN 346) former US Navy HTE-2 129763.  To N16643, registered as UH-12B
				4021 (MSN 374) former US Navy HTE-2 129779.  To N64607
				4025 (MSN 308) former US Navy HTE-2 129761.  To MASDC as XG085 Nov 22, 1971
				4029 (MSN 305) former US Navy HTE-2 129758.  To MASDC as XG209 Apr 14, 1972
				4031 (MSN 414) noted stored at Hiller Aviation Museum, San Carlos, CA fall 2003.
				4033 (MSN 350) former US Navy HTE-2 129767.
				4034 (MSN 375) former US Navy HTE-2 129780
54-4035/4036		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9686/9687.  For MDAP
54-4037/4043		Lockheed RB-69A-LO Neptune
				P2V-7Us on loan from US Navy for ELINT missions.  Were used by CIA and transfer to USAF was on paper only.
				Survivors were later returned to US Navy and redesignated SP-2H.  Mutza's book on the P2V Neptune has these 
				aircraft being turned over to the ROCAF.  Known ROCAF serials were 5005, 5050, 5060, and 5066.  Five were lost 
				in Taiwanese service.
				4037 (MSN 726-7047) was ex BuNo 135612.  Shot down by MiG-17PF fighter near Yantai, Shantung Peninsula Jun 11, 1964 
				4038 (MSN 726-7097) was ex BuNo 140438.  Disappeared over China  Jan 8, 1962.
				4039 (MSN 726-7099) was ex BuNo 140440.  Shot down by AAA over Shantung Province Nov 6, 1961.
				4040 (MSN 726-7101) was ex BuNo 140442.  Crashed enroute to South Korea Mar 25, 1960. 
				4041 (MSN 726-7105) was ex BuNo 141233.  Shot down by Chinese MiG-17PF fighters Jun 19, 1963
				4042 was ex BuNo 141241.  Returned to US Navy and redesignated SP-2H
				4043 was ex BuNo 141244.  Returned to US Navy and redesignated SP-2H
54-4044/4046		Cancelled contract
54-4047			Sikorsky H-38-SI
54-4048/4079		Lockheed C-121G-LO
				Ex-USN R7V-1s transferred to USAF as follows
					4048/4050 ex Bu. No: 128434/128436 (MSN 1049B-4101/4103)
						4050 modified as TC-121G
					4051/4052 ex Bu. No: 128438/128439 (MSN 1049B-4105/4106)
						4051 and 4052 modified as TC-121G. 4051 later became VC-121G staff transport 
					4053/4054 ex Bu. No: 131621/131622 (MSN 1049B-4122/4123)
					4055 ex Bu. No: 131634 (MSN 1049B-4135)
					4056 ex Bu. No: 131626 (MSN 1049B-4127)
					4057 ex Bu. No: 131637 (MSN 1049B-4138) 
						Damaged beyond repair in ground accident Aug 31, 1962, Oakland, CA.
					4058/4059 ex Bu. No: 131628/131629 (MSN 1049B-4129/4130)
					4060 ex Bu. No: 131632 (MSN 1049B-4133)
					4061 ex Bu. No: 128442 (MSN 1049B-4109).  To MATS, then to Aeromedical Group.  WFU in 1968, destroyed in
						1977.
					4062 ex Bu. No: 131636 (MSN 1049B-4137).  Named "City of Jackson Hole" with 187th Airlift Squadron,
							Wyoming ANG.  To MASDC as CK209 May 31, 1978.  to civil registry as N2114Z, 
							then to  Aerochago of Santo Domingo as HI-583CT.  Then N105CF.  Was at ATW 
							Aviation, Maranze Northwest RAP, AZ Mar 2007.  Seen at Marana RAP, AZ Mar 2009.  Currently under 
							restoration for Super Connie Supporter's Club of Switzerland.
					4063 ex Bu. No: 131638 (MSN 1049B-4139)
					4064 ex Bu. No: 131640 (MSN 1049B-4141)
					4065 ex Bu. No: 131642 (MSN 1049B-4143).  To NASA as N420NA.
					4066-4070 ex Bu. No: 131645/131649 (MSN 1049B-4146/4150)
						4066 (MSN 1049B-4146, ex BuNo 131645) crashed Dec 4, 1962 on approach while carrying emergency supplies to
                    				Guam after super-typhoon Karen in November of 1962. Three of eight on-board were killed. .
						4068 to Pennsylvania ANG.  WFU in 1968, destroyed in 1977.
						4069 crashed Feb 28, 1959, 5 mi N of Prescott, AZ.  Approached Prescott Apt
							from the south, then began a right turn.  The nose came up and a roar
							of power was heard, the bank steepened and the turn tightened.  The right
							wing dropped sharply and plane entered near vertical dive into the ground.
							Aircraft exploded on impact.  4 crew on board killed.
							Aircraft was attached to Navy squadron VR-8 at Moffett Field, CA
							at the time of the accident 
					4071 ex Bu. No: 131651 (MSN 1049B-4152)
					4072 ex Bu. No. 131633 (MSN 1049B-4134)
					4073 ex Bu. No. 131653 (MSN 1049B-4154)
					4074/4076 ex Bu. No: 131656/131658 (MSN 1049B-4157/4159)
						4074 (MSN 1049B-4157) named "City of Sheridan" with 187th Airlift Squadron, Wyoming ANG in Dec 1970.
							Noted stored at MASDC Jun 1973.
						4076 to NASA as N421NA.
					4077/4079 ex Bu. No: 140311/140313 (MSN 1049B-4167/4169)
						4077 (MSN 1049B-4167) named "City of Cheyenne" with 187th Airlift Squadron, Wyoming NG in 1971.
							Noted stored at MASDC Jun 1973.
				
				

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