1956 USAF Serial Numbers (56-957/6956)


Last revised August 20, 2015



56-957/972		Convair F-102A-51-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				960 to MASDC as FJ138 May 27, 1970
				961 to MASDC as FJ070 Dec 23, 1969
				962 to MASDC as FJ162 Jan 5, 1970
				963 (509th FIS, 405th FW) suffered engine failure over North Vietnam Jul 16, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				966 (5th FIS) crashed into Atlantic Ocean due to engine failure Jun 8, 1959.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by
					helicopter.
				970 (509th FIS, 405th FW) collided with RF-4C on runway at Udorn Royal Thai AFB, Thailand while landing Sep 16, 1968.
					Pilot OK but aircraft DBR and was scrapped. 
56-973/1044		Convair F-102A-55-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				978,980,982,983,987,993,996,1003,1006,1013,1014,1023,1028,
					1032,1042/1044 converted to PQM-102B.
				973 (32nd FIS) crashed Dec 12, 1962 2 mi from Soesterberg AB, Netherlands.  Pilot ejected safely
				974 (86th FIS) crashed Apr 25, 1959.
				976 (317th FIS) crashed Feb 25, 1957 near Tenino, WA.  Pilot rode the plane
					down rather than eject over a populated area.  He survived the crash.
				978 to MASDC as FJ162 Dec 1, 1970.  Must have been returned to
					service as back to MASDC as FJ162 Feb 8, 1971
				980 to MASDC as FJ312 Aug 27, 1974
				981 to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Elefsis Sep 2005
				982 to MASDC as FJ325 Sep 19, 1974
				983 to MASDC as JF265 Apr 30, 1974
				984 delivered to USAF, January 25, 1957 :  Jan 1957 -- To 498th Fighter Interceptor Sqdn, Geiger AFB, Washington
					Feb 1958 -- To San Bernadino AMA/AFCC  
					Jul 1958 -- To 3415th Tech Training Wing, ATC, Lowry AFB, Colo.
					Jun 1962 -- To 3415th Maintenance & Supply Grp, Lowry Tech Training Center, Colo.
					Aug 1975 -- Dropped from Inventory, remained at Lowry (LTTC)  82 -- To Lowry Heritage Museum, LTTC
					Dec 1994 -- To Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum, Denver, Colo. 
				985 on display at South Carolina ANG, at McEntire ANGB, South Carolina
				986 was at Clearwater APT. (FL).  Coast Guard Air Station
					Clearwater evicted the Florida Aviatin Museum at the
					airport for expansion of its facilities.  The owner of
					the museum transported it to the field/swamp outside
					Winter Haven.  Recovered in Nov 2004 and now at Military 
					Aviation Preservation Society Air Museum, Akron-Canton 
					Regional Airport, Green, OH
				987 to MASDC as FJ296 Jul 30, 1974.
				988 to Greek AF
				989 to MASDC as FJ126 May 8, 1970
				990 to MASDC as FJ153 Jul 20, 1970
				991 to MASDC as FJ055 Dec 1, 1969
				992 to MASDC as FJ049 Nov 25, 1969
				993 to MASDC as FJ347 Dec 4, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later
					to PQM-102B.   Destroyed at Tyndall AFBV Jan 29, 1981 after completing three drone sorries.
				994 to MASDC as FJ136 May 19, 1970
				995 at SANTA MARIA PARK (CA) 
				996 to MASDC as FJ252 Feb 24, 1974
				1001 to Greek AF.  Noted preserved at Tanagra Sep 2005
				1002 w/o Mar 23, 1971.
				1003 to MASDC as FJ151 Jul 6, 1970
				1004 (199th FS, 154th FG) crashed into Pacific Ocean 50 mi SE of Kokohead,
					Oahu, Hawaii Jun 21, 1963.  Pilot killed.
				1006 to MASDC as FJ357.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1007 to Greek AF.  WFU at Elefsis Jul 1985.
				1008 to MASDC as FJ145 Jun 18, 1970.  Cockpit section noted Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo Aviation History
					Museum, MI
				1009 to MASDC as FJ090 Jan 19, 1970
				1010 (498th FIS) crashed Jan 24, 1958
				1011 to Greek AF
				1012 (431st FIS) crashed Dec 12, 1963 50 mi from Zaragoza AB, Spain after engine
					explosion.  Pilot ejected safely.
				1013 to MASDC as FJ304.  Converted to QF-102A
				1014 to MASDC as FJ346 Nov 5, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1015 (Texas ANG) crashed Jan 12, 1961
				1016 to Greek AF
				1017 to MASDC as FJ132 May 25, 1970.  Preserved at South Dakota Air And Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.
				1018 to MASDC as FJ081 Jan 9, 1970
				1019 to MASDC as FJ089 Jan 16, 1970
				1020 (47th F*S) crashed Sep 10, 1958
				1021 (32nd FIS) suffered major hydraulic failure and crashed 
					near Zevenhoven, Netherlands Sept 25, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely.
				1022 (4750th ADW, 4750th FS) crashed Jan 7, 1958
				1023 to MASDC as FJ308 Aug 19, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A.
				1024 to Greek AF.  At Tanagra dump Sep 2005.
				1025 to Greek AF.  At Tripolis Nov 2008
				1026 to MASDC as FJ098 Jan 31, 1970
				1028 to MASDC as FJ309 Aug 19, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A
				1029 (32nd FIS) w/o Aug 2, 1965 after fire in alert hangar at Soesterberg AB, Netherlands 
				1030 to MASDC as FJ077 Jan 7, 1970
				1031 to Greek AF as 031.  Preserved at Sedes AB, Greece.
				1032 to MASDC as FJ322 Sep 10, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B.  Crashed on landing at
					Tyndall AFB, Florida Nov 14, 1979 after completing two drone sorties.
					The plane seen at Militaire Luchtvaart Museum, Soesterberg, Netherlands
					in 2009 marked as 52-1032 is actually 52-1052.
				1033 to MASDC as FJ068 Dec 15, 1969
				1034 to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Tanagra Sep 2005
				1035 (199th FS, 154th FG) crashed into Pacific Ocean near Honolulu Intl Apt
					during landing approach Jan 7, 1964.  Pilot killed.
				1036 to MASDC Feb 26, 1970
				1037 to MASDC as FJ097 Jan 29, 1970
				1038 to MASDC as FJ084 Jan 12, 1970.  Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.
				1039 to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Elefsis Sep 2005
				1040 to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Elefsis Sep 2005
				1041 to MASDC as FJ115 Apr 19, 1970
				1042 to MASDC as FJ273 Jun 5, 1974
				1043 to MASDC as FJ310 Aug 21, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A
				1044 in midir collision with Nethernands AF Hawker Hunter Apr 13, 1961.  Landed safely, but Hunter
					crashed, killing the pilot.  To MASDC as FJ313 Aug 28, 1974.  
56-1045/1136		Convair F-102A-60-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1046,1048,1054,1055,1057,1061 converted to PQM-102A.
				1050,1062,1063,1069,1072,1077,1082,1083,1086,1093,1096,1098,1101,1107,1111,
					1121,1122,1127,1130,1135,1136 converted to PQM-102B.
				1045 crashed Feb 16, 1967 9 miles from Hahn AB, Germany.  Pilot ejected safely.
				1047 to MASDC as FJ155 Jul 24, 1970
				1048 to MASDC as FJ362 Mar 6, 1975
				1050 to MASDC as FJ276 Jun 12, 1974
				1051 (5th FIS) destroyed by fire Feb 19, 1958
				1052 (MSN 8-10-351) to Greece.  Now on display at Militire Luchtvaart Museum at Soesterberg, Holland,
					marked as 56-1032.  
				1053 to MASDC as FJ363 Mar 6, 1975.  Now on display at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska painted as 56-1274.
				1055 to MASDC as FJ360 Mar 4, 1975
				1056 to Greek AF.  Noted inactive at Tanagra Sep 2005
				1058 (64th FIS) scavenged for spare parts at Itazuke AB, Japan.
				1059 to Greek AF.  Noted preserved at Elefsis Sep 2005 painted as 61052
				1060 (525th FIS) crashed Jun 18, 1961 five miles from Hahn AB, Germany.  Pilot ejected safely.
				1062 to MASDC as FJ281 Jun 18, 1974
				1063 to MASDC as FJ319 Sep 5, 1974
				1066 (82nd FIS) crashed Sep 20, 1958
				1067 to MASDC Nov 25, 1969
				1068 (325th CAMS) crashed Apr 9, 1958
				1069 to MASDC as FJ166 Dec 17, 1970
				1070 (87th FIS) crashed Jan 5, 1960
				1071 crashed Dec 14, 1965 12 miles from Bernkastel, Germany
				1072 to MASDC as FJ277 Jun 12, 1974
				1073 (326th CAMS) made emergency landing at Truax Field Mar 10, 1958
				1074 (Texas ANG) crashed Aug 21, 1966
				1077 to MASDC as FJ378 Apr 17, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1078 to MASDC Nov 21, 1969
				1079 to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Tanagra Sep 2005
				1081 converted to QF-102A.
				1083 to MASDC as FJ348 Dec 12, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B.  Destroyed at Tyndall AFB Jan 9, 1981 ater
					completing three drone sorties.
				1084 (4780th ADW) crashed Sep 24, 1963
				1085 (86th FIS) crashed Jan 2, 1959
				1086 to MASDC as FJ354 Feb 18, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1087 to MASDC as FJ001 Nov 10, 1969
				1089 (318th FIS) crashed Apr 24, 1957
				1090 crashed May 17, 1966 5 miles from Pforzheim, Germany
				1091 (4780th ADW) crashed May 8, 1966
				1093 to MASDC as FJ335 Feb 10, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1096 to MASDC as FJ272 Jun 4, 1974
				1097 to MASDC as FJ154 Jul 25, 1970
				1098 to MASDC as FJ290 Jul 2, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1100 to MASDC as FJ021 Nov 19, 1969
				1101 to MASDC as FJ364 Mar 10, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B.  Destroyed at Tyndall AFB Apr 17, 1980
					after completing two drone sorties.
				1102 to MASDC as FJ172 Feb 18, 1979.  Preserved at Great Falls IAP (MT)
				1103 (86th FIS) crashed Jan 6, 1960
				1105 on display at Great Falls, Montana
				1106 to Greek AF, since this plane was seen at Tanagra AB in 1998
				1107 to MASDC as FJ368 Mar 18, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, later
					to PQM-102B.  Destroyed at Tyndall AFB Jan 30, 1980 after completing one drone sortie.
					Report that it went to Greek AF, but must not have been delivered
				1108 to MASDC as FJ156 Oct 22, 1970
				1109 to MASDC as FJ173 Feb 18, 1971.  Preserved at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado.
				1110 (Detachment 3, 509th FIS, 405th FW) crashed during night landing at Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Aug 19, 1966.
					Pilot survived.
				1111 to MASDC as FJ351 Jan 20, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B.  Destroyed at Tyndall AFB
					May 15, 1980 after completing one drone sortie.
				1112 to MASDC as FJ025 Nov 20, 1969.
				1114 (MSN 8-10-331) to MASDC as FJ125 May 8, 1970.  Preserved at March Field Museum, California.
				1115 to MASDC as FJ164 Dec 8, 1970.  Preserved at Washington ANG, Fairchild AFB, Washington
				1116 sitting outside Helena Vocational Technical Center at Helena Airport in Jun 1993.  On civil
					registry as N8970.  Now on display with Montana ANG, Great Falls, Montana
				1117 to MASDC as FJ051 Nov 26, 1969
				1118 to MASDC as FJ048 Nov 25, 1969
				1119 to MASDC as FJ101 Feb 5, 1970
				1120 burned out on ramp at Bitburg AB, Germany Nov 8, 1965.
				1121 to MASDC as FJ349 Jan 6, 1975.  Converted to PQM-102B
				1122 Damaged in takeoff accident at Ramstein AB, Germany Oct 19, 1965.  To MASDC as FJ287 Jun 27, 1974
				1123 to MASDC as FJ102 Feb 5, 1970
				1124 to MASDC as FJ120 May 1, 1970
				1125 (MSN 8-10-342) to Greek AF.  Noted on display at aviation museum in Hermeskeil, Germany.
				1126 to MASDC as FJ130 May 21, 1970.  Now on display at Hermeskeil Museum, Germany
				1127 to MASDC as FJ291 Jul 3, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A
				1128 (58th FIS) crashed Sep 1, 1967
				1129 to MASDC as FJ094 Jan 23, 1970
				1130 to MASDC as FJ343 Oct 22, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B.  Destroyed at Tyndall AFB
					Aug 21, 197o after completing five drone sorties.
				1132 to MASDC as FJ169 Jan 19, 1971
				1133 to MASDC as FJ147 Jun 18, 1970
				1134 to MASDC as FJ158 Oct 31, 1970.  Preserved at Arizona, ANG, Tucson IAP, Arizona
				1135 to MASDC as FJ185 Apr 13, 1971
				1136 to MASDC as FJ271 May 31, 1974
56-1137/1233		Convair F-102A-65-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1208 converted to PQM-102A.
				1163,1170,1175,1184,1188,1193,1196,1202,1205,1206,1210,1211,1213,
					1215,1223,1227 converted to PQM-102B.
				1137 (438th FIS) crashed Jun 6, 1957
				1138 to MASDC Jan 16, 1970
				1140 was preserved at Hickam AFB, Hawaii, noted Sep 1980.
					Currently on display at Aerospace Museum of California, on the grounds of former 
					McClellan AFB, California, painted as 55-5431.
				1142 (4780th ADW) crashed Jul 19, 1962
				1145 to MASDC as FJ059 Dec 2, 1969
				1148 (326th FIS) crashed Jan 25, 1958
				1149 to MASDC as FJ140 Jun 2, 1970
				1151 was at Lackland AFB (TX).  Now on display at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Warner Robins, Georgia.
				1153 to MASDC as FJ0008 Nov 14, 1969
				1155 (South Dakota ANG) crashed Aug 20, 1964
				1156 scavenged for spare parts at Itazuke AB, Japan
				1159 to MASDC as FJ058 Dec 1, 1969
				1160 (438th FIS) crashec Jan 16, 1958
				1161 (509th FIS, 495th FW) lost in Viet Cong attack on Da Nang airfield, Jul 1, 1965.
				1162 (509th FIS) lost in South Vietnam Dec 9, 1966
				1163 to MASDC as FJ306 Aug 14, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B.  Destroyed at Tyndall AFB Feb 18, 1982
					after completing four drone sorties.
				1164 (326th FIS) crashed May 29, 1959
				1165 lost in Viet Cong attack on Bien Hoa Airfield, May 12, 1967.
				1166 (405th FW, 509th FS) shot down by MiG-21/Atoll over Laos Feb 3, 1968.  Pilot KIA.  Hit by Atoll missile in
					tail which did not detonate.  Attempted to return toward Laos but crashed in flames.
				1168 to MASDC Nov 17, 1969
				1170 to MASDC as FJ278 Jun 13, 1974
				1171 (27th FIS) crashed Jun 28, 1959
				1173 (326th FIS) crashed Dec 16, 1957
				1174 to MASDC as FJ149 Jun 23, 1970
				1175 to MASDC as FJ279 Jun 13, 1974
				1178 (525th FIS) crashed Oct 18, 1964 near Bitburg AB, Germany after inflight fire.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				1179 (71st FIS) crashed Jul 1, 1959
				1180 (317th FIS) crashed Dec 27, 1963
				1181 to MASDC as FJ369 Mar 18, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, then to PQM-102B
				1182 (Detachment 3, 509th FIS, 405th FW) destroyed on ground at Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Jul 1, 1965 by
					Viet Cong sapper attack.
				1184 to MASDC as FJ370 Mar 17, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, then to PQM-102B
				1185 to MASDC as FJ143 Jun 12, 1970
				1186 (405th FW, 509th FS) suffered engine failure and crashed in Thailand Jan 8, 1969. Pilot killed.
				1187 to MASDC as FJ139 Jun 1, 1970
				1188 to MASDC as FJ314 Aug 28, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A
				1189 (Detachment 5, 509th FIS, 405th FW) suffered engine failure and crashed near Bien Hoa, South Vietnam
					Nov 27, 1964.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				1190 to MASDC as FJ083 Jan 12, 1970
				1193 to MASDC as FJ356 Feb 11, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B.  Destroyed at Tyndall AFB
					May 29, 1981 after completing six drone sorties
				1194 (1st CAMS) crashed May 4, 1960
				1195 (317th FIS) crashed Feb 3, 1961
				1196 to MASDC as FJ365 Mar 13, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1197 (4780th ADW) crashed early 1966
				1198 to MASDC as FJ087 Jan 15, 1970
				1201 to MASDC as FJ129 May 18, 1970
				1202 to MASDC as FJ254 Mar 5, 1974
				1203 to MASDC as FJ141 Jun 4, 1970
				1204 at CHANUTE AFB (IL) MUSEUM
				1205 to MASDC as FJ328 Sep 26, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later
					to PQM-102B.  Destroyed at Tyndall AFB Apr 9, 1981 after completing thirteen sorties.
				1206 to MASDC as FJ315 Aug 28, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A
				1209 to MASDC as FJ078 Jan 7, 1970
				1210 to MASDC as FJ366 Mar 15, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1211 to MASDC as FJ377 Apr 3, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1212 to MASDC as FJ054 Nov 26, 1969
				1213 to MASDC as FJ359 Feb 28, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1214 lost May 13, 1966 in landing accident at Spangdahlem AB, Germany.
				1215 to MASDC as FJ0249 Feb 15, 1974.  On display with Minnesota ANG, St Paul, Minnesota
				1216 (147th FIG, TX ANG) engine flamed out on takeoff and crashed 4 mi S of Ellington AFB, TX Jun 15, 1973. 
					Pilot ejected safely.
				1219 on display at Empire State Aerosciences Musuem, Glenville, New York
				1221 at New England Air Museum (CT)
				1223 to MASDC as FJ326 Sep 24, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1224 (27th FIS) crashed Nov 25, 1957
				1225 (317th FIS) crashed Sep 10, 1962
				1227 to MASDC as FJ318 Aug 30,1974.  Converted to QF-102A
				1228 to MASDC as FJ043 Nov 26, 1969
				1229 to MASDC as FJ080 Jan 9, 1970.  Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.
				1230 to MASDC as FJ133 May 25, 1970
				1232 to Greek AF.  Noted at base museum, Larissa Sep 2005.
				1233 to Greek AF.  Preserved at Tatoi, Greece.  To School Of Ikarus 2007.
56-1234/1274		Convair F-102A-70-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1234 (525th FIS) crashed Mar 5, 1968.  Struck a house in Bobesheim, Germany.
				1235 (526th FIS) lost Mar 5, 1963 near Illesheim Army Airfleld, Germany
				1236 to MASDC as FJ350 Man 15, 1975.  Converted to PQM-102B
				1237 crashed Jul 14, 1969 35 miles from Sembach AB (Germany) near 
					Ingweiler, Germany
				1238 to MASDC as FJ221 Jun 3, 1971
				1239 (526th FIS) crashed Jan 6, 1961 near Toul-Rossieres AB, France.
				1240 to MASDC as FJ227 Jun 14, 1971
				1241 to MASDC as FJ342 Oct 16, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1242 to MASDC as FJ224 Jun 4, 1971
				1243 (525th FIS) crashed Nov 26, 1960
				1244 to MASDC as FJ299 Aug 1, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A
				1246 (317th FIS) crashed May 1, 1958
				1247 to University of Hawaii, Honolulu Community College, noted Sep 1980.  To Travis AFB Aug 1984.
					Put on display at Travis AFB Museum, California (not sure that this is not some other plane
					painted this way)
				1248 to MASDC as FJ327 Sep 25, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1249 to MASDC as FJ258 Apr 4, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B
				1250 to MASDC as FJ170 Jan 26, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B. On loand from USAF to FAA National Aviation
					Facilities Experimental Center (NAFEC) as N470 in 1960.  Returned to USAF Jun 22, 1962.
				1251 (317th FIS) crashed Oct 15, 1963
				1252 on display at Texas ANG, Ellington AFB, Houston, Texas 
				1253 to MASDC as FJ285 Jun 25, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B
				1254 to MASDC as FJ320 Sep 9, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1255 converted to PQM-102A
				1256 converted to PQM-102A
				1257 to MASDC as FJ367 Mar 16, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B 
				1258 to MASDC as FJ196 May 13, 1971
				1259 to MASDC as FJ293 Jul 12, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B
				1261 to MASDC as FJ250 Feb 20, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B
				1262 to MASDC as FJ316 Aug 28, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1263 to MASDC as FJ375 Mar 27, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1264 at Connecticut ANG, Bradley Intl. Airport.
				1265 to MASDC as FJ220 Jun 3, 1971
				1266 to MASDC as FJ226 Jun 14, 1971.  Preserved on display on pedestal at Stephenville 
					Apt (former Ernest Harmon Air Force Base), Newfoundland.
				1267 to MASDC as FJ331 Sep 29, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1268 to MASDC as FJ234 Jul 22, 1974.  Was preserved at Kelly AFB, TX.  In 2009 was on display
					at Gillespie Field with San Diego Air and Space Museum, California.
				1269 to MASDC as FJ333 Oct 1, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B
				1270 to MASDC as FJ329 Sep 26, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1271 (317th FIS) crashed Sep 1, 1957
				1272 to MASDC as FJ352 Jan 28, 1975.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1273 (MSN 8-10-490) on display at Wisconsin ANG, Volk Field, Camp Douglas, Wisconsin    
				1274 to MASDC as FJ361 Mar 4, 1975.  Converted to PQM-102B.
					The plane marked as 56-1274 displayed at ELMENDORF AFB (AK) is actually 56-1053.      
56-1275/1281		Convair F-102A-75-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1275 (317th FIS) crashed May 29, 1962
				1276 (317th FIS) crashed Jan 2, 1962
				1277 to MASDC as FJ376 Mar 31, 1975. Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1278 to MASDC as FJ334 Oct 1, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1280 (317th FIS) crshed Nov 16, 1959
				1281 (317th FIS) crashed Dec 27, 1963 in Alaska
56-1282/1285		Convair F-102A-65-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1282 on display at Museum Of Alaska Transportation and Industry, Wasilla, Alaska
				1284 to MASDC as FJ338 Oct 7, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B.
				1285 to MASDC as FJ144 Jun 16, 1970
56-1286/1296		Convair F-102A-70-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1286 (317th FIS) crashed Oct 27, 1962
				1287 to MASDC as FJ251 Feb 24, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B
				1288 to MASDC as FJ174 Mar 2, 1971
				1289 to MASDC as FJ303 Aug 8, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B
				1290 to MASDC as FJ332 Sep 30, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B
				1291 to MASDC as FJ337 Oct 7, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B.  Destroyed at Tyndall AFB 
					Feb 23, 1982 after completing three drone sorties.
				1292 to MASDC as FJ283 Jun 18, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B
				1293 to MASDC as FJ148 Jun 20, 1970.  Converted to PQM-102B
				1294 to MASDC as FJ341 Oct 8, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B
				1295 to MASDC as FJ294 Jul 17, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B
				1296 to MASDC as FJ160 Nov 9, 1970
56-1297/1429		Convair F-102A-75-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1323,1325,1329,1330,1331,1336,1340,1349,1360,1380,1384,1398,1401,
					1418,1419,1426 converted to PQM-102A.
				1347,1400 converted to QF-102A.
				1300,1314,1319,1337,1341,1343,1345,1346,1350,
					1351,1356,1363,1366,1367,1373,1376,1391,1427
					converted to PQM-102A.
				1297 (LA ANG) crashed Jun 4, 1963
				1298 to MASDC as FJ157 Oct 23, 1970
				1299 to MASDC as FJ171 Jan 26, 1971
				1300 to MASDC as FJ134 May 25, 1970
				1302 to MASDC as FJ142 Jun 9, 1970
				1303 to MASDC as FJ135 May 26, 1970
				1304 to MASDC as FJ168 Jan 8, 1971
				1306 to MASDC as FJ163 Feb 1, 1971
				1308 to MASDC as FJ159 Oct 31, 1970
				1309 (Texas ANG) crashed Feb 4, 1961
				1310 to MASDC Nov 21, 1969
				1312 (323th FIS) crashed Apr 23, 1959
				1314 to MASDC as FJ307 Aug 14, 1974
				1315 (LA ANG) crashed Sep 20, 1966
				1316 to MASDC as FJ121 May 5, 1970
				1321 (57th FIS) crashed into sea 17 miles from Keflavik, Iceland Jan 22, 1973
				1322 to MASDC as FJ004 Nov 12, 1969
				1324 (4683rd ADW) crashed Sep 21, 1963
				1325 at MINNEAPOLIS (MN) AS '56-1476' 
				1326 (328th FW) crashed Mar 1965
				1334 to MASDC as FJ177 Mar 31, 1971 
				1337 to MASDC as FJ345 Oc 25, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B
				1339 (Texas ANG) crashed Jan 23, 1959
				1341 to MASDC as FJ247 Jun 28, 1973
				1343 to MASDC as FJ214 May 25, 1971 
				1344 (46th FIS) crashed into Crystal Peak, S of Port Angeles, WA Feb 8, 1964.  Pilot killed.
				1345 to MASDC as FJ181 Apr 7, 1971
				1346 to MASDC as FJ305 Aug 14, 1974.  Converted QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1347 to MASDC as FJ215 May 26, 1971.  Seen at Holloman AFB Jul 1975
				1348 (327th FIS) w/o May 5, 1958 near Madison, Wisconsin on approach to Truax AFB.  Aircraft flown away
					from pouplated area and crashed in to Lake Monona, Wisconsin.  Pilot ejected out of seat envelope and
					was killed.
				1351 to MASDC as FJ187 Apr 17, 1971
				1353 (482nd FIS) crshed Feb 23, 1962
				1354 to MASDC as FJ010 Nov 14, 1969
				1355 (73rd AD) crashed Jan 18, 1958
				1357 at Jacksonville ANGB, FL in 1998
				1358 to NACA at Moffett Field, California to test fire control and auto maneuvering systems.
				1359 (460th FIS) crashed Oct 22, 1964
				1361 to MASDC as FJ219 Jun 2, 1971
				1363 to MASDC as FJ261 Apr 11, 1974
				1364 (76th FIS) crashed Aug 17, 1962
				1365 noted Sep 2006 at Empire State Aerosciences Museum, 
					Schenectady County AP, NY
				1366 to MASDC as FJ268 May 1, 1974. 
				1367 to MASDC as FJ280 Jun 13, 1974
				1368 on display at Evergreen Aviation Educational Institute, McMinnville, Oregon
				1370 (PA ANG) crashed Mar 3, 1963
				1371 (199th FS, Hawaii ANG) crashed Jul 12, 1962
				1373 to MASDC as FJ266 Apr 30, 1974
				1375 (4756th ADW) in midair collision with 56-1383 Dec 22, 1966
				1376 to MASDC as FJ300 Aug 2, 1974
				1377 (326th FIS) crashed Jan 25, 1966.  Pilot killed. 
				1378 placed on display at Keflavik, Iceland Oct 21, 1972 as gate guardian. Removed 1984 due 
					to dangerous corrosion and used for fire training; finally scrapped 1994 
				1379 (64th FIS) suffered engine flame out after taking part in aerial display for Seattle world's Fair
					Apr 21, 1962.  Pilot veered aircraft to nearby Lake Washington then ejected Apr 21, 1962.  Aircraft
					fell short into residential area, killing two
				1381 (4683rd ADW) crashed Jul 14, 1961
				1383 (4756th ADW) in midair collision with 56-1375 Dec 22, 1966
				1386 (Florida ANG) crashed Jul 19, 1965
				1387 (64th FIS) crashed Nov 10, 1962
				1388 to MASDC as FJ017 Nov 17, 1969
				1389 (64h FIS, 405th FW) hit by small arms fire while taking off from Da Nang AB, South Vietnam
					Dec 14, 1966.  Pilot pointed the burning aircraft out to sea and ejected 3 miles offshore and
				 	was rescued by a Navy vessel.
				1390 to MASDC as FJ023 Nov 14, 1969
				1391 to MASDC as FJ255 Mar 8, 1974
				1392 to MASDC as FJ007 Nov 13, 1969
				1393 to MASDC as FJ041 Nov 24, 1969.  Preserved at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				1394 to MASDC as FJ195 May 10, 1971
				1395 (325th CAMS) crashed Dec 26, 1957
				1396 (California ANG) suffered engine failure 185km E of Keflavik, Iceland Mar 25, 1968.  Pilot ejected after gliding
					75 KM and was rescued by helicopter  
				1399 (Florida ANG) crashed Aug 14, 1964
				1400 to MASDC as FJ188 Apr 16, 1971.  Seen at Holloman AFB Jul 1975.
				1403 (57th FIS) crashed during routine practice fly-by for base open house Sep 15, 1966
				1404 (327th CAMS) crashed May 10, 1960
				1405 to MASDC as FJ006 Nov 13, 1969
				1406 to MASDC Nov 24, 1969
				1407 to MASDC Nov 20, 1969
				1409 to MASDC as FJ100 Feb 4, 1970
				1410 to MASDC as FJ119 Apr 29, 1970
				1412 to MASDC Nov 14, 1969.  Seen in scrapyard in Socorro, NM late 1980s.
				1413 (MSN 8-10-360) was at Planes of Mame Museum, Chino, CA.  Now in restoration
					hangar at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, California expected to be on display summer 2005. On display
					there Jun 2006.
				1414 (FL ANG) crashed May 18, 1967
				1415 on display with Pennsylvania ANG, Coraopolis, Pennsylvania. 
				1416 (MSN 8-10-363) on display at WPAFB Museum, OH.
				1421 to MASDC as FJ061 Nov 15, 1969
				1423 (PR ANG) crashed Oct 29, 1962
				1424 to MASDC as FJ018 Nov 17, 1969
				1425 (325th CAMS) crsshed Oct 15, 1963
				1427 to MASDC as FJ335 Feb 28, 1975. Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as FJ335 Feb 28, 1975.   
					Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1428 to MASDC as FJ0045 Nov 24, 1969.  Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s
				1429 to MASDC as FJ112 Apr 2, 1970
56-1430/1518		Convair F-102A-80-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1434,1460,1466,1474,1480,1487,1489,1496,
					1509,1512 converted to PQM-102A.
				1443,1475 converted to QF-102A.
				1430,1433,1439,1446,1447,1449,1453,1456,1457,
					1464,1471,1472,1476,1478,1488,1490,1494,1495,
					1497 converted to PQM-102B.
				1430 to MASDC as FJ274 Jun 5, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1431 to MASDC Nov 24, 1969.  Fuselage spotted at Area R, China Lake, California Sep 2007.
				1432 to MASDC as FJ218 May 26, 1971.  Was on display with Arkansas National Guard Museum, North Little Rock, Arkansas.
					Moved to Palm Springs Air Museum, California in 2015.
				1433 to MASDC as FJ095 Jan 24, 1970
				1434 converted to PQM-102A.   Landing gear collapsed on piloted landing
					at Crestview, FL Jan 30, 1976.  Aircraft suffered major damage, but
					pilot was OK.  Aircraft never flew again, and was trucked to Eglin AFB,
					then dumped on scrap heap.
				1435 (18th FIS) crashed Mar 2, 1959
				1436 (509th FIS, 405th FIW) seen burned out in 1970.
				1438 to MASDC as FJ127 May 8, 1970
				1439 to MASDC as FJ200 May 18, 1971
				1441 (Texas ANG) Crashed May 31, 1963
				1445 (18th FIS) crashed near Murtsmith AFB, MI Mar 10, 1958
				1446 to MASDC as FJ289 Jun 27, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A
				1447 to MASDC as FJ292 Jul 5, 1974
				1448 to MASDC as FJ093 Jan 21, 1970
				1449 to MASDC as FJ186 Apr 15, 1971
				1452 (59th FIS) crashed Aug 15, 1960
				1453 to MASDC as FJ336 Oct 2, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1454 (76th FIS) crshed May 3, 1962
				1455 to MASDC Nov 19, 1969.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as FJ194 May 13, 1971.  To Fritz 
					Enterprises, Taylor, MI Jun 23, 1999
				1456 to MASDC as FJ193 May 12, 1971
				1457 to MASDC as FJ269 May 1, 1974.
				1458 (460th FIS) crashed Nov 20, 1964
				1462 to MASDC as FJ167 Jan 8, 1971
				1464 to MASDC as FJ222 Jun 3, 1971
				1465 to MASDC 
				1468 (438th FIS) crashed Jun 5, 1959
				1471 to MASDC as FJ267 Apr 3, 1974
				1472 to MASDC as FJ323 Sep 10, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
				1473 (438th FIS) in midair collision with B-47 near Calstock, Ontario Dec 17, 1959.  Pilot killed, 2 of 4 crew of
					B-47 killed.
				1475 to MASDC as FJ225 Jun 11, 1971
				1476 to MASDC as FJ344 Oct 24, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B.  Destroyed at Tyndall AFB 
					Sep 9, 1979 after completing three drone sorties.
				1477 (59th FIS) lost Dec 13, 1962, Goose Bay, Labrador.
				1478 to MASDC as FJ180 Apr 1, 1971
				1479 (37th FIS) crashed Sep 11, 1959
				1481 (Texas ANG) crashed Aug 21, 1968.  Pilot attempted ejection but was killed.
				1482 to MASDC Feb 24, 1970.  Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.
				1483 to MASDC as FJ192 May 12, 1971
				1484 (438th FIS) crashed Mar 14, 1959
				1485 to MASDC Nov 16, 1969
				1486 to MASDC as FJ114 Apr 9, 1970
				1488 to MASDC as FJ178 Apr 1, 1971
				1490 to MASDC as FJ199 May 17, 1971
				1492 shot down by mistake by F-106 57-2458 Jul 7, 1965 26 NM from Tyndall AFB, FL.
					Pilot parachuted into Gulf of Mexico and was rescued. 
				1494 to MASDC as FJ257 Mar 13, 1974
				1495 to MASDC as JF179 Apr 1, 1971
				1497 to MASDC as FJ190 Apr 27, 1971
				1498 (438 FIS) crashed Nov 10, 1958. 
				1500 (64th FIS) crashed Apr 26, 1962
				1501 to MASDC Nov 16, 1969 
				1502 on display at North Dakota ANG, Fargo, North Dakota.
				1503 to MASDC as FJ152 Jul 10, 1970
				1505 was on display at Duluth IAP (MN).  Seen 2005 on display at Minot AFB, North Dakota.
				1508 (Texas ANG) crashed Feb 23, 1963
				1511 (37th FIS) crashed Sep 29, 1959
				1514 to MASDC as FJ076 Jan 6, 1970
				1515 to MASDC as FJ216 May 26, 1971.  Back to AMARC as FJ0384 Apr 9, 1998.  
					To McChord AFB, Washington, to be used with another F-102 to create
					a single aircraft for display.
				1517 (157th FIS/SC ANG) collided with C-130 64-0558 during night training mission Dec 5, 1972.
					All 12 occupants killed.
				1518 to MASDC as FJ044 Nov 24, 1969
56-1519/1568		Sikorsky H-19D Chickasaw
				For US Army.  Redesignated UH-19D in 1962.  MSNs and delivery dates from Helis.com
				1519 (MSN 55997) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 6, 1956.
				1520 (MSN 55998) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 6, 1956.  Registered N9894, current.  Damaged during hard
					landing and rollover due to mechanical fialure at Vina, California.  Repaired.  Damaged when rolled forward
					and down during a drop-off Apr 3, 1980.
				1521 (MSN 551006) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 12, 1956.
				1522 (MSN 551007) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 12, 1956.
				1523 (MSN 551008) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 14, 1956.  To MASDC as XB023.  To civilian registry as 
					N95488 with Whisper Jet Aug 3, 1993, current.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
				1524 (MSN 551009) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 14, 1956.  To Mesa
				1525 (MSN 551016) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 25, 1956.  To MASDC as XB0043.  Reported stored at
					Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
				1526 (MSN 551017) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 24, 1956.  Crashed when hit power lines near San
					Bernadino, California Sep 22, 1976 while operating medevac by Loma Linda University.
				1527 (MSN 551018) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 25, 1956.
				1528 (MSN 551019) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 25, 1956.
				1529 (MSN 551023) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 26, 1956.
				1530 (MSN 551024) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 26, 1956.
				1531 (MSN 551025) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 23, 1956.  To civil registry as N4375 May 20, 1971,
					cancelled Jan 30, 1974
				1532 (MSN 551026) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 23, 1956.
				1533 (MSN 551033) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 29, 1956.  Registered N63322 to Whisper Jet Aug 3, 1993, current
				1534 (MSN 551034) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 29, 1956.
				1535 (MSN 551035) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 29, 1956.  stored at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ, moved to 
					storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
				1536 (MSN 551036) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 29, 1956.
				1537 (MSN 551042) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 4, 1957.
				1538 (MSN 551043) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 4, 1957.   Noted Apr 1972 stored at Technical Center,
					El Reno, Oklahoma
				1539 (MSN 551044) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 8, 1957.
				1540 (MSN 551045) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 8, 1957.
				1541 (MSN 551051) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 6, 1957.
				1542 (MSN 551052) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 6, 1957.   To civil registry as N37799. Lost power 
					during spraying operation, crashed and burned east of LaGrande, OR Jul 4, 2003
				1543 (MSN 551053) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 6, 1957.
				1544 (MSN 551054) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 6, 1957.
				1545 (MSN 551060) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 5, 1957.
				1546 (MSN 551061) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 5, 1957.
				1547 (MSN 551062) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 5, 1957.  Registered as N32533, current
				1548 (MSN 551063) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 5, 1957.  Registered N9399 Aug 12, 1971.  Expired Jun 30, 2012.
				1549 (MSN 551069) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 10, 1957.  Registered N90415 May 22, 1987, cancelled on 
					export to New Zealand Jul 13, 1993
				1550 (MSN 551071) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 10, 1957.  Preserved at US Army Transportation Museum,
					Fort Eustis, Virginia as 114299
				1551 (MSN 551072) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 10, 1957.  to Mesa, then stored at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ.
					Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007
				1552 (MSN 551073) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 29, 1957
				1553 (MSN 551079) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 29, 1957
				1554 (MSN 551080) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 29, 1957.  To MASDC.  To Mesa. To N552DT Jan 24, 1973,
					cancelled Aug 23, 2012.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona
				1555 (MSN 551081) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 30, 1957.  To MASDC as XB0070.  Stored at Chandler
					Memorial, Arizona.  Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007
				1556 (MSN 551082) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 30, 1957.  Registered N5970, cancelled Sep 18, 1989
				1557 (MSN 551083) delivered to US Army Aviation May 29, 1957.  To MASDC as XB0072.  To Mesa.
					Stored at Chandler Memorial, Arizona.  Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007
				1558 (MSN 551091) delivered to US Army Aviation May 31, 1957, 1957.  To MASDC, then to N95486, current
					Crashed and burned during a spray run turn around due to mechanical failure at Parker, Arizona Aug 6, 1981
					but repaired.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ
				1559 (MSN 551092) delivered to US Army Aviation May 29, 1957 to MASDC
				1560 (MSN 551093) delivered to US Army Aviation Jun 7, 1957 
				1561 (MSN 551102) delivered to US Army Aviation Jun 19, 1957
				1562 (MSN 551103) delivered to US Army Aviation Jun 29, 1957.  to MASDC as XB046, then reported stored at 
					Chandler Memorial, AZ.
				1563 (MSN 551104) delivered to US Army Aviation Jun 29, 1957
				1564 (MSN 551105) delivered to US Army Aviation Jun 29, 1957.  To civilian registry as N62205 with Whisper Jet
					Aug 3, 1993, current.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
				1565 (MSN 551099) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 26, 1957.  to MASDC, to N551DT with
					Whisper Jet Jan 24, 1973, cancelled Sep 18, 2012.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ  
				1566 (MSN 551100) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 23, 1957
				1567 (MSN 551101) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 26, 1957
				1568 (MSN 551112) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 31, 1957.  to MASDC then to civilian registry with Orlando
					Helicopter Airwasys as N95492 May 17, 1974.  Sold to owner in Venezuela Oct 1982 as YV-355C, but US 
					registration not cancelled until Aug 10, 2004.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
56-1569/1572		Cancelled Contract
56-1573/1792		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				1573/1649 MSN 580-9923/9999, 1650/1792 MSN 580-1000/1142.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1573 to civil registry as N97477.  In 1987 was in use at Honolulu Community 
					College/University of Hawaii at Honolulu IAP as engineering teaching aid.
					Now on display at Hangar 25 Museum, Big Spring, TX
				1574 to civil registry as N8362.  In 1987 was in use at Honolulu Community 
					College/University of Hawaii at Honolulu IAP as engineering teaching aid
				1578 to AMARC as TC1338 Nov 23, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1579 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975.
				1580 to MASDC Dec 16, 1974
				1582 to MASDC as TC968 Jul 2, 1970.
				1585 FMS to Republic of Korea AF.
				1586 to MASDC but returned to service.  To Uruguayan AF as 206
				1587 to AMARC as TC1366 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1592 to Green AF
				1593 to MASDC as TC893 Nov 16, 1969
				1594 to MASDC as TC918 Dec 6, 1969
				1595 to MASDC as TC922 Dec 11, 1969
				1596 to US Navy as QT-33A 156165.  To MASDC as TC1201 Feb 4, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1597 to MASDC as TC929 Dec 17, 1969.  Converted to QT-33A.  SOC Dec 15, 1977.
				1598 converted to QT-33A. SOC Dec 11, 1975.
				1599 to MASDC as TC895 Nov 16, 1969
				1601 to Pakistan.  On display at Karachi. 
				1602 FMS to Portuguese AF as 1919.  SOC at RAF Alconbury, UK Oct 21, 1968
				1603 (1868th FCS) SOC Mar 16, 1967 on transfer under MAP to Saudi Arabian AF as 1501.
				1604 (20th FBW) collided at night with RAF Canberra PR.7 WJ823 over Spaldwick, UK Jun 13, 1958.
					All crew on both planes killed.
				1605 (10th TRW) SOC Oct 21, 1968 on FMS to Portugal as 1920.  SOC at RAF Alconbury, UK Oct 21, 1968
				1606 (1868th FCS) SOC Nov 19, 1968 for spares recovery
				1607 (7244th ABG) SOC Jun 28, 1960 on transfer under MAP
				1608 (7244th ABG) SOC Jun 28, 1960 on transfer under MAP
				1609 (7244th ABG) crashed by May 5, 1957
				1610 (7244th ABG) SOC Jun 28, 1960 on transfer under MAP
				1611 (7244th ABG) SOC Jun 28, 1960 on transfer under MAP
				1612 (7244th ABG) SOC Jun 28, 1960 on transfer under MAP
				1613 (7244th ABG) SOC Jun 28, 1960 on transfer under MAP to Saudi Arabian AF as 1513
				1614 (7244th ABG) crashed by May 5, 1957
				1616 (MSN 580-9966) to CAA as N85 in 1956 for training and proficiency.  Ultimate fate obscure.
				1620 to Pakistan AF
				1622 to Pakistan AF
				1623 (1868th FCS) SOC Nov 5, 1968 on transfer under MAP to Portuguese AF as 1921.  SOC at Wiesbaden, West
					Germany Nov 5, 1968.
				1624 (1868th FCS) SOC Nov 5, 1968 on transfer under MAP to Portuguese AF as 1922.  SOC at Wiesbaden, West
					Germany Nov 5, 1968.
				1630 converted to AT-33A.  To Ecuadorian AF as 631
				1641 to MASDC Sep 6, 1973
				1643 to MASDC as TC784 Dec 12, 1966
				1647 MSN 580-9997, transferred to USN as TV-2 143014
				1651 MSN 580-1001, transferred to USN as TV-2 143015
				1652 (MSN 580-1002) converted to AT-33A.  To Ecuadorian AF as 607.  To US Navy as QT-33A 156166
				1655 MSN 580-1005, transferred to USN as TV-2 143016
				1656 (MSN 580-1006) on display at Korean Aerospace Industry Aerospace Museum,
					Sacheon AFB.
				1658 (MSN 580-1008) to MASDC as TC891 Nov 14, 1969
				1659 (MSN 580-1009) transferred to USN as TV-2 143017
				1660 (MSN 580-1010) mounted on pole at Twin Falls Airport, Idaho.
				1662 (MSN 580-1012) To MASDC as TC965 Jun 16, 1970.  To Taiwan
				1663 (MSN 580-1013) transferred to USN as TV-2 143018
				1664 (MSN 580-1014) to AMARC as TC1364 Mar 9, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1666 to Philippine AF
				1667 (MSN 580-1017) transferred to USN as TV-2 143019
				1668 (MSN 580-1018) to MASDC Jun 10, 1975.
				1669 (MSN 580-1019) to MASDC as TC890.  To civil registry as N391P.  To Indiana Military Museum, Vincennes, Indiana.
				1670 (MSN 580-1020), transferred to USN as TV-2 143020
				1673 (MSN 580-1023) to MASDC, to Saudi Arabian AF.  Seen Jan 20089 at Ozark Military Museum, Fayetteville RAP/Drake Field, Arkansas
				1674 (MSN 580-1024) transferred to USN as TV-2 143021
				1683 (MSN 580-1033) transferred to USN as TV-2 143023
				1687 (MSN 580-1037) transferred to USN as TV-2 143024
				1691 (MSN 580-1041) transferred to USN as TV-2 143025
				1695 (MSN 580-1045) transferred to USN as TV-2 143026
				1696 (MSN 580-1046) to MASDC as TC914 Dec 2, 1969.  To Taiwan
				1697 (MSN 580-1047) to MASDC Aug 12, 1977, returned to service.
				1698 (MSN 580-1048) to Taiwan
				1699 (MSN 580-1049) transferred to USN as TV-2 143027
				1700 (MSN 580-1050) to MASDC as TC912 Nov 26, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as T-33336, 
					donated in 1990 to Paraguayan AF as 1020.  Assigned to Grupo Aerotactico (GAT) 2nd Fighter
					Squadron Indios.  Accident Apr 16, 1996 at Concepcion, Paraguay
				1702 (MSN 580-1052)to MASDC Sep 9, 1977
				1703 (MSN 580-1053) transferred to USN as TV-2 143028
				1707 (MSN 580-1057) transferred to USN as TV-2 143029
				1710 (MSN 580-1060) on display at Wings Over The Rockies Air and Space Museum, Denver, Colorado.
				1711 (MSN 580-1061) transferred to USN as TV-2 143030
				1712 (MSN 580-1062) to MASDC as TC896 Nov 14, 1969.  To Taiwan
				1715 (MSN 580-1065) transferred to USN as TV-2 143031
				1716 (MSN 580-1066) to MASDC May 3, 1977, returned to service.  Back to AMARC as TC1323 Mar 5, 1987.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1718 (MSN 580-1068) to MASDC May 6, 1975
				1719 (MSN 580-1069) transferred to USN as TV-2 143032
				1721 (MSN 580-1071) to AMARC as TC1367 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1722 (MSN 580-1072) to MASDC as TC921 Dec 11, 1969.  To Taiwan
				1723 (MSN 580-1073) transferred to USN as TV-2 143033
				1725 (MSN 580-1075) to N8686D
				1727 (MSN 580-1077) transferred to USN as TV-2 143034
				1728 (MSN 580-1078) to Philippine AF
				1729 (MSN 580-1079) to MASDC as TC911 Nov 25, 1969
				1730 (MSN 580-1080) to MASDC as TC994, to N1449
				1731 (MSN 580-1081) transferred to USN as TV-2 143035
				1732 (MSN 580-1082) to US Navy as QT-33A 156167.  To MASDC Feb 4, 1980
				1735 (MSN 580-1085) transferred to USN as TV-2 143036
				1736 (MSN 580-1086) to MASDC Apr 15, 1975
				1739 (MSN 580-1089) transferred to USN as TV-2 143037
				1744 (MSN 580-1094) transferred to USN as TV-2 143038
				1746 (MSN 580-1096) to Pakistan AF
				1747 (MSN 580-1097) to to MASDC Dec 17, 1974.  To civil registry as N43856.  
					Noted at Nassau Technical Aviation Academy,
					Farmingdale, NY July 2003.  Noted Mar 14, 2008 at American Airpower Museum,
					Farmingdale, NY.
				1748 (MSN 580-1098) transferred to USN as TV-2 143039
				1749 (MSN 580-1099) to civil registry as N61749, later N155SF
				1750 (MSN 580-1100) to Philippine AF
				1752 (MSN 580-1102) transferred to USN as TV-2 143040
				1753 (MSN 580-1103) to MASDC as TC903 Nov 19, 1969.  To Taiwan as 3333. In Jun 2007 was gate 
					guard at Hsin-chu AB, Taiwan.
				1754 (MSN 580-1104) to MASDC as TC900 Nov 19, 1969
				1755 (MSN 580-1105) to Greek AF
				1756 (MSN 580-1106) transferred to USN as TV-2 143041
				1758 (MSN 580-1108) to MASDC as TC908 Nov 25, 1969.
				1759 (MSN 580-1109) to MASDC as TC907 Nov 21, 1969.  To Taiwan
				1760 (MSN 580-1110) transferred to USN as TV-2 143042
				1764 (MSN 580-1114) transferred to USN as TV-2 143043
				1765 (MSN 580-1115) to MASDC as TC873 Oct 9, 1969.  To Taiwan
				1766 (MSN 580-1116) to MASDC Apr 11, 1975.
				1767 (MSN 580-1117) at Frontiers of Flight Museum, Love Field, Dallas, Texas in 2008
				1768 (MSN 580-1118) transferred to USN as TV-2 143044
				1770 (MSN 580-1120) to MASDC as TC916 Dec 4, 1969.  To Taiwan.  Converted to AT-33A.  To Ecuadorian AF as 635
				1772 (MSN 580-1122) transferred to USN as TV-2 143045
				1773 (MSN 580-1123) to US Navy as QT-33A 156168
				1774 (MSN 580-1124) to MASDC as TC880 Oct 23, 1969.  To Taiwan
				1776 (MSN 580-1126) transferred to USN as TV-2 143046
				1777 (MSN 580-1127) to MASDC Dec 17, 1974
				1779 (MSN 580-1129) displayed as 52-9406 at West Duluth American Legion Post 71,
					Duluth, Minnesota.
				1780 (MSN 580-1130) transferred to USN as TV-2 143047
				1782 (MSN 580-1132) on display at North Carolina A&T State University, Greenboro, North Carolina
				1783 (MSN 580-1133) to MASDC as TC980 Oct 15, 1970.  To Taiwan
				1784 (MSN 580-1134) transferred to USN as TV-2 143048
				1785 (MSN 580-1135) to MASDC Oct 13, 1972
				1786 (MSN 580-1136) to MASDC Aug 28, 1975.
				1787 (MSN 580-1137) (325th FWW) crashed Dec 22, 1982.
				1788 (MSN 580-1138) transferred to USN as TV-2 143049
				1789 (MSN 580-1139) (26th TRW) SOC Sep 11, 1973 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
				1790 (MSN 580-1140) (26th TRW) SOC Mar 29, 1973 for spares recovery
				1791 (MSN 580-1141) (26th TRW) SOC Mar 21, 1972 on transfer under MAP to Turkish AF
				1792 (MSN 580-1142) to MASDC as TC899 Nov 19, 1969.  To Taiwan as 3333, preserved at Hsinchu
56-1793/1997		Martin TM-61C Matador missiles
				1794 on display at Wuscheim, Germany.  In bad shape since the
					American military is not there anymore.
				1891 preserved at Luftwaffenmuseum Berlin-Gatow, Germany.
				1953 on display at Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Smithsonian Air and
					Space Museum.
56-1998/2002		Douglas C-133A-15-DL Cargomaster
				MSN 45163/45167
				1998 converted to JC-133A and used at FAA Tech Ctr, Atlantic City, NJ for fire research.  Scrapped in 1992.
				1999 to MASDC as CU013 Apr 5, 1971.  Purchased by Foundation for Airborne Relief as N199AR for modification as flying hospital.
					Due to FAA and possibly State Department restrictions, that concept went under.
					Initially went to Pima Air and Space Museum collection but returned to DM by 1975.
					Abortive sale to Dominican Republic which resulted in a Dominican
					registration of HI-246 for a brief period while still at DM.
					Purchased in Feb 1977 by Maurice Carlson of Anchorage, AK and registered N199B Apr 17, 1978.  
					Now with Cargomaster Corporation of Anchorage, AK, made first flight Aug 29, 2002 after restoration.
					Reported to have been donated to Jimmy Doolittle Air and Space
					Museum at Travis AFB, California in 2008.  Departed Anchorage Aug 28, 2008, arrived
					Travis AFB Aug 30, 2008.  Now on display there.  Registration N199B expired Dec 31, 2013.
				2000 converted to JC-133A.  To MASDC as CU032 Jul 26, 1971.  Purchased by Foundation for Airborne Relief.  
					Due to FAA and possibly State Department restrictions, that concept went under.  Now
					owned by Properties Investment Enterprises of Santa Barbara, CA, registered as N200AR Oct 25, 1973.  
					I have a reference to this plane as being scrapped.  Plane has been stored at Mojave AP, CA since
					1974.  Reported to have been acquired by Jimmmy Doolittle Air and Space
					Museum as spares source for 56-1999.  Registration N200AR cancelled Apr 11, 2013
				2001 to MASDC as CU015 Apr 7, 1971.  Purchased by Foundation for Airborne Relief for modification as flying hospital.  
					Due to FAA and possibly State Department restrictions, that concept went under.  Now with 
					Properties Investment Enterprises of Mojave, CA, registered as N201AR, later reserialled N201B Apr 14, 1978.
					N201B cancelled Aug 22, 2012.
				2002 disappeared 28 min after takeoff near Shad Intersection (near Dover, DE
					over Atlantic Ocean) Sept 22, 1963.  10 crew lost.
56-2003/2007		Douglas C-133A-20-DL Cargomaster
				MSN 45168/45172
				2003 to MASDC as CU028 Jul 14, 1971 and scrapped by end of 1974
				2004 to MASDC as CU031 Jul 23, 1971 and scrapped by end of 1974.
				2005 caught fire Jul 13, 1963 at Dover AFB during refueling on ground.  
					Aircraft damaged so severely that repair was considered uneconomical.
				2006 to MASDC as CU008 Mar 17, 1971 and scrapped by end of 1974.
				2007 to MASDC as CU019 Apr 16, 1971 and scrapped by end of 1974.
56-2008/2011		Douglas C-133A-25-DL Cargomaster
				MSN 45245/45248
				2008 on display at WPAFB - set weightlifting record of 117,000 lbs to 10,000 ft on 12/16/58.
					(marked as C-133A-20-DL, however)
				2009 (MSN 45246) to Chanute AFB Apr 1971 as training airframe.  Transferred to USAF Museum
					custody Jun 1977, but remained on display at Chanute AFB.  Now part of collection of
					Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum.  Noted at Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum,
					Rantoul, Illinois September 2003.
				2010 to MASDC as CU012 Apr 2, 1971 and scrapped by end of 1974.
				2011 used at FAA Tech Center, Atlantic City NJ for fire research.  Reportedly still in use.
56-2012/2014		Douglas C-133A-30-DL Cargomaster
				MSN 45249/45251
				2012 to MASDC as CU003 Feb 5, 1971 and scrapped by end of 1974.
				2013 to MASDC as CU014 Apr 5, 1971 and scrapped by end of 1974.
				2014 crashed on takeoff at Goose Bay, Labrador Nov 7, 1964.  7 crew killed.
56-2015/2160		Vertol H-21C Shawnee
				MSN C.177/C.322. For US Army.  Redesignated CH-21C in 1962.
				2015 (MSN C.177) delivered Feb 04, 1957 by Aicraft Carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in France as 8.000.218 
					and became FR26. After used at GH1 in France, went to Algeria. SOC May 17, 1968 and scrapped at 
					Valence (France) in 1968.
				2016 (MSN C.178) delivered Feb 04, 1957 by Aicraft Carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in France as 8.000.219 
					and became FR27. After used at GH1 in France, went to Algeria. W/o at Kerrata Aug 23, 1961.
				2032 shot down by Vietcong gunners while transporting South Vietnamese troops in 1964.
				2033 (MSN C.195) to Electra Mex SA as XB-KID
				2040 (MSN C.202) at United States Army Aviation Museum, Ozark, AL.  
				2042 (MSN C.204) to MASDC as XH060 Jan 1, 1971
				2047 (MSN C.209) to Mid Atlantic Air Museum.
				2076 (MSN C.238, "Sky Queen") shot down Nov 16, 1962
				2077 (MSN C.239) on display at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA
				2082  (MSN C.244)  In March 1974 as instructional airframe with Sowela Technical Institute, Lake Charles, Louisiana. 
				2084 (MSN C.246) crashed in Vietnam Jul 15, 1962.  3 killed
				2089 (MSN C.251) dumped in Everts Scrapyard, Fairbanks, AK.  Stored near Fairbanks airport
				2105 (MSN C.267) stored near Fairbanks airport
				2106 (MSN C.268) dumped in Everts Scrapyard, Fairbanks, AK.  Stored near Fairbanks airport.
					To civil registry as N106MH
				2115 (MSN C.277) stored near Fairbanks airport
				2116 (MSN C.278) dumped in Everts Scrapyard, Fairbanks, AK.  Stored near Fairbanks airport.
					To civil registry as N116MH
				2123 (MSN C-285) dumped in Everts Scrapyard, Fairbanks, AK.  Stored near Fairbanks airport
				2134 (MSN C-296) lost in Vietnam Jan 17, 1964.  1 KIA
				2137 (MSN C.299) dumped in Everts Scrapyard, Fairbanks, AK.  Stored near Fairbanks airport
				2142 (MSN C.304) on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, Hill AFB, Utah
				2154 (MSN C.316) dumped in Everts Scrapyard, Fairbanks, AK.  Stored near Fairbanks airport
				2159 (MSN C.321) to MASDC Jan 1, 1969.  On display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
56-2161/2244		Bell H-13H-BF Sioux
				MSN 1873/1956.  Redesignated OH-13H in 1962.
				2168 (MSN 1880) became EC-BZF.
				2179 noted 2002 at Miracle of America Museum and Pioneer Village, Polson, MT
				2180 (MSN 1892) sold to Italian AF as MM89798 and now in structional airframe at Istituto Tecnico Industraile
					"Arturo Malignani" at Udine. 
				2182 (MSN 1894) to Royal Thai Army as H7-9/15.  At RTAF Museum, Don Muang.
				2201 to Chilean AF
				2216 became N7082Z
				2217 (MSN 1929) sold to Spain.  Noted in store at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA May 22, 2003
				2222 (MSN 1934) became EC-BZG.
				2223 sold to Spain
				2224 to Chilean AF
				2234 (MSN 1946) sold to Brazil as FAB 8600
				2243 (MSN 1955) became EC-BZH.
56-2245/2316		Hiller H-23C Raven
				Redesignated OH-23C in 1962.
				2245/2250 MSN 841/846
				2251/2256 MSN 850/855
				2257/2262 MSN 859/864
				2263/2268 MSN 868/873
				2269/2274 MSN 877/882
				2275/2280 MSN 886/891
				2281/2286 MSN 895/900
				2287/2316 MSN 904/933
				2245 (MSN 841) to MASDC as XG110 Dec 15, 1971.
				2246 (MSN 842) to MASDC as XG108 Dec 15, 1971.  To N47014.
				2249 (MSN 845) to Philippines AF.  To civilian market in 1990 as RP-C64
				2252 (MSN 851) to civil registry as N4831C, later N301CH.  Latter registration
					cancelled Apr 5, 2004 as 'Sold to owner in Dominican Republic'.  Dominican
					registration is HI-786SP.  Registration N301CH restored
					Dec 11, 2006.  Registration N156PT reserved Jan 15, 2009, taken up Mar 9, 2009
				2253 (MSN 852) to MASDC as XB188 Mar 10, 1972.  To N92993
				2256 (MSN 855) to MASDC as XG136 Jan 19, 1972.
				2259 (MSN 861) noted at California Army National Guard Museum, 
					San Luis Opisbo, CA Fall 2003
				2261 (MSN 863) was C-GCWN, registration cancelled Sep 20, 2000.
					Registered N552DR Feb 17, 2009
				2265 (MSN 870) to NASA Mar 1, 1963 as 706.  Donated to Independence High School,
					San Jose, CA Dec 17, 1976
				2268 (MSN 873) to MASDC as XG020
				2274 (MSN 882) to MASDC as XG156 Feb 17, 1972
				2278 (MSN 889) to MASDC as XG157 Feb 17, 1972.
				2279 (MSN 890) was N14435, registration cancelled by FAA Jn 17, 2009 as "destroyed"
				2284 (MSN 898) to MASDC as XG137 Jan 19, 1972.  Noted at Hiller Aviation Museum, San Carlos, CA Fall 2003
				2291 (MSN 908) to MASDC as XG043 Oct 13, 1971.  To N75212
				2295 (MSN 912) to MASDC as XG107 Dec 15, 1971.
				2300 (MSN 917) registered N7069V Jun 25, 2007.  Last reported at
					Ropkey Armor Museum, IN.
				2303 to N64281
56-2317/2323		Convair TF-102A-38-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2317 converted to PQM-102A.  Was on static display with Yankee Air Force Museum, Ypsilanti, Michigan.
					In 2006 moved to Grissom AFB Museum, Indiana.
				2318 (76th FIS) crashed Jul 26, 1962
				2319 to MASDC as FJ056 Dec 1, 1969
				2320 to MASDC as FJ016 Nov 17, 1969
				2321 to MASDC as FJ026 Nov 20, 1969
				2322 to MASDC as FJ146 Jun 17, 1970
56-2324/2335		Convair TF-102A-40-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com			
				2324 to MASDC as FJ137 May 28, 1970
				2325 sold to Turkey
				2326 to Greek AF.  Noted preserved at Elefsis Sep 2005
				2327 to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Elefsis Sep 2005
				2328 (509th FIS, 405th FIW) scavenged for spare parts at Itazuke AB, Japan
				2329 to MASDC as FJ324 Sep 12, 1974.  Converted to PQM-102B.   
				2330 to MASDC Oct 8, 1974
				2331 to MASDC as JF251 Feb 22, 1974
				2332 to MASDC Oct 8, 1974
				2333 to MASDC Aug 5, 1974
				2334 to Turkish AF. 
				2335 to Greek AF
56-2336/2353		Convair TF-102A-41-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2336 to MASDC as FJ235 Aug 8, 1971
				2337 at USAF History and Traditions Museum,
					Lackland AFB, TX.  Now reported to be at
					Texas Air Museum, Rio Hondo, TX near Harlingen.
					Seen at Fort Worth Veteran's Memorial Air Park, Meacham
					IAP in Jun 2008 undergoing restoration.  To OV10 Museum
				2338 (4780th ADW) crashed Jul 3, 1963
				2339 to MASDC as FJ242 May 26, 1972
				2340 to MASDC as FJ131 May 24, 1970
				2341 (4780th ADW) crashed Jan 12, 1967
				2342 to Turkish AF
				2444 to MASDC Mar 21, 1975
				2346 on display at Pennsylvania ANG, Fort Indiantown Gap, Annville, Pennsylvania. 
				2348 to MASDC as FJ233 Jul 15, 1971 
				2349 to MASDC Jun 18, 1974
				2350 to MASDC as FJ383 Oct 23, 1975.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Jun 22, 1999.
				2351 to MASDC as FJ205 May 19, 1971
				2352 to MASDC as FJ382 Oct 23, 1975.  Was at KellyUSA (formerly Kelly AFB) in disrepair.  Noted Mar 2004 at 
					Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham IAP, Alabama
				2353 at ANG Museum, Volk Field, Camp Douglas, Wisconsin
56-2354/2379		Convair TF-102A-45-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2354 (1st CAMS) crashed Nov 6, 1959
				2355 to Hellenic AF.  Stored at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece
				2356 to MASDC May 2, 1973
				2357 (57th FIS) crashed Dec 16, 1958
				2358 to MASDC Jul 31, 1974
				2359 to MASDC as FJ206 May 19, 1971
				2360 (318th FIS) crashed Jun 13, 1958
				2361 (59th FIS) crshed Aug 1, 1961
				2363 to MASDC as FJ236 Aug 17, 1971
				2364 To MASDC May 8, 1975.  Was on display at Sacramento Metro AP, CA, dumped in centerfield
					in very poor condition.  Now in storage compound at Castle
					Air Museum. Reported Sep 2006 on display at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA
				2365 (86th FIS) crashed Jun 10, 1959
				2367 to MASDC May 2, 1973
				2368 to Turkish AF; noted Jul 2010 in Turkish AF Museum, Etimesgut, Ankara
				2369 to MASDC as FJ202 May 18, 1971
				2370 to MASDC Apr 23, 1975
				2371 (4780th ADW) crashed May 14, 1964
				2372 to MASDC as FJ241 Apr 12, 1972
				2374 to MASDC as FJ207 May 19, 1971.
				2375 to MASDC as FJ161 Nov 16, 1970
				2376 to MASDC as FJ311 Aug 21, 1974
				2377 (4780th ADW) crashed Mar 22, 1965.
				2378 to MASDC as FJ208 May 19, 1971
				2379 to MASDC as FJ176 Mar 26, 1971
56-2380/2466		Cancelled contract for Convair TF-102A Delta Dagger.  Some of these may have been built.
				2382 scavenged for spare parts at Itazuke AB, Japan
56-2467/2696		Cessna L-19E Bird Dog
				2467/2672 MSN 23589/23809. 
				2673/2680 MSN 23832/23840.
				2681/2696 MSN 23863/23878
				Redesignated O-1E in 1962. Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2468 (MSN 23590) To Thai AF, to Thai Navy as 1305
				2473 (MSN 23595) to MASDC Jun 4, 1971
				2483 (MSN 23605) to MASDC Jun 28, 1971,  to Royal Thai AF under MAP as T2-30/15.  WFU Jun 28, 1971.
				2491 (MSN 23613) 19th TASS) destroyed by direct rocket hit at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Feb 11, 1968.
				2493  (MSN 23615, 504th TASG, 20th TASS) crashed during a reconnaissance over Long An province, SVN Feb 2, 1966. 
					Both crew killed.
				2499 to Cambodian AF as 499
				2504 (MSN 23696) to South Vietnam AF
				2507 (MSN 23629) to MASDC Apr 27, 1971.  To Royal Thai AF.  At RTAF Museum, Don Muang.
				2524 to Canadian AF as 16732
				2526 to Canadian AF as 16733
				2528 to South Vietnam AF
				2530 (MSN 23652, O-1F, 504th TASG, 19th TASS) crashed after midair collision with another aircraft at 
					Ban Me Thout, SVN Aug 29, 1965.  Pilot killed. The another aircraft landed safely.
				2534 (MSN 23656) to N62534
				2536 to N6233
				2546 to South Vietnam AF
				2548 crashed in White Mountains of CA Aug 1958, killing the pilot.  Not discovered
					until Sep 1959.
				2553 to South Vietnam AF
				2561 to Thailand Army
				2562 to Thai AF, to Thai Army
				2570 (MSN 23692) to Brazilian AF as 4064.  At Museu Aeroespacial, Rio
					de Janeiro, Brazil.
				2573 to Thai Army
				2590 (MSN 23712) to Thai AF.  To Brazilian AF as 3155 and on display at Museu Aeroespacial do Campo dos Afonson,
					Rio de Janeiro.
				2592 to South Vietnam AF
				2596 to South Vietnam AF
				2599 (MSN 23721) registered as N48PF.
				2603 used by Air America as Raven aircraft
				2604 to Thai AF, coded 60406, and preserved.
				2605 to South Vietnam AF
				2608 modifiedl to O-1E.  Loaned to Australian Army in Vietnam from Aug 28, 1967.  Returned to US Army Feb 27, 1968
				2612 (MSN 23734) to Royal Thai AF. Used by Air America as Raven aircraft.
				2616 converted to O-1F
				2620 to civil registry as N305AF
				2622 to Cambodian AF as 622
				2628 used by Air America as Raven aircraft
				2635 to Cambodian AF as 635
				2642 to South Vietnam Af
				2643 (MSN 23765) to MASDC Apr 26, 1971.  With Royal Thai AF at ChiangMai as T2-30
				2644 (MSN 23766) to Royal Thai AF. Used by Air America as Raven aircr
				2650 to Korean Marines, to Thai AF
				2651 crashed after takeoff from Chu Chi AB, South Vietnam Oct 16, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				2655 to Thai AF
				2656 crashed on takeoff at Bien Hoa AB Nov 20, 1969 when caught in wake turbulence of a C-130.  Pilot survived.
				2659 (MSN 23781) to Royal Thai AF 2659, and preserved at Camp Suranaree AB Sep 2005.
				2661 (MSN 23797) to MASDC Apr 26, 1971
				2693 to Thai AF
56-2697/2772		Cancelled Contract
56-2773/2882		North American F-86F-40-NA Sabre 
				MSN 238-1/110.  Assembled by Mitsubishi of Japan from NAA-built components.
				JASDF serials 72-7771/7773, 82-7774/7868, 92-7869/7880.
				2779 to JASDF as 82-7777.  Preserved at Kusaga AB, Japan
				2780 to JASDF as 82-7778.  Preserved at Komaki AB, Japan
				2781 to JASDF as 82-7779.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy
				2782 (MSN 238-10) to JASDF as 82-7780.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562782
				2783 (MSN 238-11) to JASDF as 82-7781.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562783
				2784 to JASDF as 82-7782.  Seen as QF-86F at Sperry Flight Systems, Lichfield, AZ Feb 1981
				2786 (MSN 238-14) to JASDF as 82-7784.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562786
				2787 (MSN 238-15) to JASDF as 82-7785.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562787
				2791 to JASDF as 82-7789.  Preserved at Matsushima AB, Japan in Nov 1992 and still present.
				2792 (MSN 238-20) to JASDF as 82-7790.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562792
				2795 (MSN 238-23) to JASDF as 82-7793.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562795
				2797 (MSN 238-25) to JASDF as 82-7795.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562797
				2801 (MSN 238-29) to JASDF as 82-7799.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562802
				2804 (MSN 238-32) to JASDF as 82-7802.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562804
				2807 (MSN 238-35) to JASDF as 82-7805.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562807
				2809 to JASDF as 82-7807.  Preserved at Iruma AB, Japan
				2810 to JASDF as 82-7808.  Preserved at Hamamatsu AB, Japan
				2811 (MSN 238-39) to JASDF as 82-7809.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562811
				2813 (MSN 238-41) to JASDF as 82-7811.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562813
				2814 (MSN 238-42) to JASDF as 82-7812.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562814
				2815 (MSN 238-43) to JASDF as 82-7813.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562815
				2818 (MSN 238-46) to JASDF as 82-7816.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562818.  W/o at China Lake, CA Apr 24, 1985.
				2819 (MSN 238-47) to JASDF as 82-7817.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562819
				2820 (MSN 238-48) to JASDF as 82-7818.  Preserved at Kita-Utsonamiya AB, Japan
				2823 (MSN 238-51) to JASDF as 82-7821.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562823
				2825 (MSN 238-53) to JASDF as 82-7823.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562825
				2826 (MSN 238-54) to JASDF as 82-7824.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562826
				2827 (MSN 238-55) to JASDF as 82-7825.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562827
				2829 (MSN 238-57) to JASDF as 82-7827.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562829
				2830 (MSN 238-58) to JASDF as 82-7828.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562830
				2831 (MSN 238-59) to JASDF as 82-7829.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562831.  W/o at China Lake, CA Jan 22, 1985.
				2832 (MSN 238-60) to JASDF as 82-7830.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562832
				2836 (MSN 238-64) to JASDF as 82-7834.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562836
				2837 (MSN 238-65) to JASDF as 82-7835.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562837
				2838 (MSN 238-66) to JASDF as 82-7836.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562838
				2839 (MSN 238-67) to JASDF as 82-7837.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562839
				2840 (MSN 238-68) to JASDF as 82-7838.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562840
				2842 (MSN 238-70) to JASDF as 82-7840.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562841.  W/o at China Lake, CA Aug 21, 1985.
				2845 (MSN 238-73) to JASDF as 82-7843.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562845
				2846 (MSN 238-74) to JASDF as 82-7844.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562846
				2848 (MSN 238-76) to JASDF as 82-7846.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562848
				2849 (MSN 238-77) to JASDF as 82-7847.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562849.  W/o at China Lake, CA Aug 20, 1985.
				2851 (MSN 238-79) to JASDF as 83-7849.  Preserved at 4 Technical School, Kumagaya, Japan
				2852 (MSN 238-80) to JASDF as 82-7850.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562851
				2854 (MSN 238-82) to JASDF as 82-7852.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562854
				2855 (MSN 238-83) to JASDF as 82-7853.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562855
				2858 (MSN 238-86) to JASDF as 82-7856.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562858.  W/o at China Lake, CA Feb 23, 1984.
				2865 (MSN 238-93) to JASDF as 82-7863.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562865
				2867 (MSN 238-95) to JASDF as 82-7865.  Preserved at Hijiri Museum,Omimura, Japan
				2869 (MSN 238-97) to JASDF as 82-7867.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562869.  W/o at China Lake, CA May 9, 1985.
				2873 (MSN 238-101) to JASDF as 92-7871.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562873
				2874 (MSN 238-102) to JASDF as 92-7872.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562874
				2875 (MSN 238-103) to JASDF as 92-7873.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 562875
56-2883/2902		Martin TM-76 Mace missiles
56-2903/2952		North American F-100D-60-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 235-1/50.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2904 used in Zero-Length Launch Program (Project ZEL).  Test pilot Al Blackburn ejected
					safely when forced to abandon the aircraft after rocket booster canister would not
					jettison.  Crashed on Harper Dry Lake Apr 11, 1958.
				2905 (355th TFS, 37th TFW) shot down by ground fire 5 mi SW of Hue, Thaua Thien Province, South Vietnam
					Jul 21, 1968.  Pilot KIA
				2906 (49th TFW/9th TFS) crashed at Spangdahlem AB, West Germany Jan 24, 1961
				2907 (309th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by automatic weapons fire near Ban Talan Nua, Saravane Province, Laos
					Feb 16, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF HH-3 helicopter.
				2908 (428th TFS, 474th TFW) suffered engine failure and crashed over Thailand Jan 2, 1965.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued.
				2910 to MASDC Jun 16, 1978 as FE389.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 248
				2912 converted to QF-100D
				2915 to MASDC Dec 16, 1976 as FE300.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 212
				2916 (474th TFW/429th TFS) crashed Sep 11, 1963 at Fontanafredda,
					5 mi SW of Aviano AB, Italy.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2917 to MASDC Jan 5, 1979 as FE444.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 315
				2918 to MASDC Aug 8, 1979 as FE577.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 214
				2919 (MSN 235-17) to Turkish AF Jan 14, 1970 as 56-2919
				2920 to MASDC Mar 15, 1979 as FE477.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 215.
				2922 (531st TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by automatic weapons fire 10 mi W of Lai Khe, Binh Duong Province,
					South Vietnam Dec 22, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				2923 (429th TFS, 474th TFW) shot down by ground fire over South Vietnam Sep 24, 1965.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				2924 was on display at Gila Bend Air Force Auxiliary Field, AZ.  Is it still there?
				2925 (90th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire NW of Can Tho City, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam
					Jun 22, 1966. Pilot ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				2927 (614th TFS, 35th TFW) hit by small arms fire near Xom Moi 10 mi S of airfield at Phan Rang, South Vietnam
					Feb 19, 1967.  Plane able to fly to the coast where pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF HH-43 Husky
					helicopter.
				2928 on a pedestal at Robins AFB, Georgia
				2929 (MSN 235-27) to Turkish AF Jan 13, 1970 as 56-2929.  Crashed at Yumurtalik, Adana, Turkey Sep 10, 1974.
				2931 w/o Jun 1, 1960 in crash 25 mi N of Ellis, Nevada
				2932 to MASDC Sep 16, 1979 as FE596.  Converted to QF-100D drone
				2935 (615th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by automatic weapons fire near Vi Tranh, Kien Giang Province, South
					Vietnam Nov 16, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				2936 (90th TFS, 3rd TFW) landed wheels-up at Bien Hoa AB, Sout Vietnam Jul 3, 1968.  Pilot OK, but aircraft DBR.
				2937 (614th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire SW of Kat To, Kontum Province, South Vietnam Apr 11, 1971.
					Pilot KIA.
				2938 w/o Aug 29, 1957
				2940 on display at Cannon AFB, New Mexico.
				2941 (MSN 235-39) to Turkish AF Jan 21, 1970 as 56-2941.  W/o Aug 12, 1983
				2942 to MASDC Feb 2, 1979 as FE455.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 153
				2944 to MASDC Jul 31, 1979 as FE568.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 216
				2945 (401st TFW/612nd TFS) crashed Jun 12, 1960 at RAF Wethersfield.
				2946 (31st TFW/309th TFS) crashed 1.25 miles south-east of Niedermendig, West Germany 
					Oct 25, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2947 used in Zero-Length Launch Program (Project ZEL).  To MASDC
					Sep 16, 1979 as FE594.  Converted to QF-100D
				2949 (416th TFS, 37th TFW) shot down by ground fire 5 mi W of Phu Cat, B inh Dinh Province, South Vietnam
					May 17, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF HH-43 Husky helicopter.
				2950 to MASDC Nov 20, 1978 as FE420.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 154
				2951 (MSN 235-49) to Turkish AF Dec 19, 1970 as 56-2951.  W/o Mar 16, 1978
				2952 to MASDC Oct 5, 1978 as FE402.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 318.
56-2953/3022		North American F-100D-65-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 235-51/120.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2953 to MASDC Aug 6, 1979 as FE570.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 320
				2954 (3rd TFW) damaged in VC mortar attack on Bien Hoa AB, South Vietnam May 12, 1967.
				2955 (352nd TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire 4 mi SW of Ben Het, Kontum Province, South Vietnam
					Apr 15, 1971.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				2956 (615th TFS, 366th TFW) shot down by ground fire 25 mi W of Saigon, Ding Tuong, South Vietnam Jul 29, 1966.
					Pilot KIA.
				2957 converted to QF-100D
				2959 to MASDC May 10, 1979 as FE530.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 217
				2960 (615th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire near Ap Thanh Dang, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam
					Mar 25, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				2961 to MASDC Jan 3, 1979 as FE434.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 157
				2962 (474th TFW/429th TFS) crashed Apr 21, 1959 26 mi NNW of Incirlik 
					AB, Turkey.
				2964 (48th TFW/493rd TFS) crashed on western boundary of RAF Mildenhall, England Jan 26, 1971.
					Pilot unhurt
				2965 (612th TFS, 37th TFW) hit by ground fire near Thanh binh 30 mi SE of Da Nang, South Vietnam Oct 21, 1967.
					Pilot flew out over coast but crashed in South China Sea.  Pilot KIA.
				2966 (MSN 235-64) to Turkish AF Jan 21, 1970 as 56-2966
				2967 to MASDC May 26, 1976 as FE296.  On display at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
				2968 (416th TFS, 37th TFW) hit by small arms fire near Ding 40 mi W of Kham Duc, Saravane Province, Laos
					Dec 26, 1968.  Able to fly back to South Vietnam, but pilot forced to eject just 3 mi short of Phu Cat
					runway and was rescued.
				2969 (MSN 235-67) to Turkish AF as 56-2969
				2970 to MASDC Jan 21, 1977 as FE310.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 355
				2971 (20th TFW/77th TFS) Crashed 2.5 miles north-east of 
					Duxford, England Jun 19, 1961 following in-flight fire after takeoff from 
					Wethersfield AB.  Pilot ejected safely
				2972 (20th TFW/77th TFS) Crashed at Wheelus AB, Libya Jan 31, 1963.  Pilot 
					ejected safely
				2973 (31st TFW, 306th TFS( crashed Jun 9, 1960 at Aviano AB, Italy
				2974 to MASDC Apr 12, 1979 as FE498.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 301
				2975 to MASDC Mar 21, 1979 as FE479.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 156
				2976 (20th TFW/79th TFS) Crashed 24 miles south-west of Wheelus AB, 
					Libya Sep 5, 1962
				2977 to MASDC May 17, 1977 as FE345.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 117
				2978 to MASDC Apr 12, 1979.  Converted to QF-100D
				2979 to MASDC Nov 13, 1979.  Converted to QF-100D
				2980 to MASDC Aug 22, 1979 as FE586.  Converted to QF-100D
				2981 to MASDC Jul 16, 1979 as FE561.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 219
				2982 to MASDC Jan 18, 1977 as FE307.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 118
				2984 (20th TFW/55th TFS) Crashed 22 miles from Cigli AB, Turkey Oct 3, 1968
				2985 (20th TFW/79th TFS) Crashed 6 miles west of Woodbridge 
					AB, England Oct 29, 1958 following in-flight fire. Pilot ejected safely but 
					aircraft crashed into a residential area causing considerable damage and 
					injuring 3 civilians, 2 of them fatally.
				2986 (20th TFW/79th TFS) Crashed on final approach to RAF Marham,
					England Sep 13, 1969.  Pilot unhurt
				2987 to MASDC Dec 16, 1975 as FE276.  Converted to QF-100D drone.
				2988 (20th FBW/77th FBS) destroyed by fire following aborted takeoff 
					at Wethersfield AB, England Apr 23, 1958 when fuel tank fell off and exploded. 
					Pilot survived
				2989 to MASDC May 10, 1979 as FE529.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 220
				2990 (20th TFW/79th TFS) Crashed 3 miles north of Southwold, England 
					Oct 1, 1962.  Pilot killed
				2992 to MASDC Aug 22, 1979 as FE587.  To QF-100D drone.  In mid-1996 was at Evergreen Heritage Collection, Marana, AZ 
					along with 56-3141. The stated intention at that time was to use 
					both airframes (they were both damaged) to construct one intact airframe 
					for static display.  Moved at unknown date to Carolinas Aviation Museum.
				2993 on display at New York ANG, Niagra Falls AP, New York
				2994 (20th TFW) Crashed on Holbeach range, England Apr 4, 1960. Pilot killed.
				2995 on a pedestal at Otis ANGB, MA.  Moved to Warner Robins Museum of Aviation, Georgia Dec 13, 2010.
				2996 (48th FTW/492nd TFS) crashed 5 miles south-east of RAF Waddington, England 
					May 23, 1966
				2997 (20th TFW/55th TFS) Crashed at Wethersfield AB, England Mar 20,1970
				2998 (20th TFW/79th TFS) Crashed 1 mile north-north-west of Wheelus 
					AB, Libya Jun 14, 1960 following engine failure. Pilot ejected and seen
					to land in sea, but not found by rescue services; presumed drowned
				2999 to MASDC Apr 22, 1997 as FE339.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 234
				3000 on display outside at Texas ANG, Lackland AFB, Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas.
				3001 (20th TFW) Crashed near Boston, England Dec 18, 1969. Pilot ejected safely
				3003 to MASDC Jun 8, 1977 as FE352.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 252
				3004 (20th TFW/79th TFS) Suffered unspecified accident (possibly at 
					Spangdahlem AB, West Germany) on or before Apr 18, 1969. Transferred to charge of 
					Sacromento AMA early May 1969 and stricken Jan 13, 1970 'due to crash damage'
				3006 to MASDC Apr 13, 1977 as FE333.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 102
				3007 to MASDC Feb 6, 1977 as FE315.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 317
				3008 to MASDC May 22, 1976 as FE294.  Seen on display at Massachusetts ANG, Westfield, Massachusetts.
				3010 to MASDC Apr 17, 1979 as FE503.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 183
				3011 to MASDC Feb 6, 1977 as FE316.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 236
				3012 (20th TFW/79th TFS) crashed close to runway at Woodbridge AB, 
					England Oct 20, 1958 due to malfunction of horizontal stabiliser. 
					Pilot unhurt.
				3014 (20th TFW/79th TFS) Crashed 5 miles west of Woodbridge 
					AB, England Jul 17, 1962.
				3015 (20th TFW/77th TFS) Crashed 0.5 miles north of 
					Bosmont-sur-Serre, France Aug 17, 1966
				3017 to MASDC Apr 17, 1979 as FE502.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 186
				3018 to MASDC May 24, 1976 as FE295.
				3019 to MASDC Oct 10, 1979 as FE621.  Converted to QF-100D no 269
				3020 on display at Jackson Barracks, Louisiana ANG, New Orleans, Louisiana
				3021 (20th FBW/79th FBS) Crashed at Nouasseur AB, Morocco Jul 9, 1957
				3022 (MSN 235-120) registered N80565 to Flight Systems Dec 7, 1979, NTU.  Registered N405FS
					to USAF Owner Dec 7, 1979, cancelled May 28, 2010.  Operated by Tracor Flight Systems.
					To AMARC as FE0642 Mar 3, 1993.  To Ohio ANG Sep 20, 1999.  Preserved at Ohio ANG, Mansfield MAP,
					Ohio, displayed on a pole Dec 2001
56-3023/3142		North American F-100D-70-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 235-121/240.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3024 to MASDC Nov 20, 1978 as FE422.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 319
				3025 on display at Selfridge Military Air Museum, Michigan.
				3026 crashed at Nellis AFB May 21, 1969 at Nellis AFB.  Pilot ejected
				3027 (531st TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by automatic weapons fire 13 mi NW of Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province,
					South Vietnam Mar 30, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3028 to MASDC May 10, 1979 as FE528.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 321
				3029 to MASDC Jun 2, 1976 as FE297
				3030 (50th TFW/417th TFS) crashed due to engine flameout Sep 18, 1962 5 mi S of Ramstein AB, West
					Germany following a flypast at the base's Open Day.  Pilot ejected safely.
				3031 to MASDC Oct 1, 1979 as FE614.  Converted to QF-100D
				3033 to MASDC Mar 12, 1979 as FE470.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 322
				3034 to MASDC May 9, 1979 as FE523.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 222	
				3035 to MASDC Aug 6, 1979 as FE571.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 323
				3036 converted to QF-100D
				3037 to MASDC Apr 12, 1979 as FE497.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 121
				3038 (MSN 235-136) to MASDC Apr 6, 1976 as FE290.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 10, 1996.  Scrapped at Tucson, AZ
				3039 (MSN 235-137) to Turkish AF Jan 13, 1970 as 56-3039.  W/o Apr 17, 1973
				3040 (510th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by small arms fire near Loc Ninh 60 mi N of Saigon, South Vietnam
					Nov 19, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				3041 (531st TFS, 3rd TFW) hit by ground fire 10 mi E of Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Aug 2, 1967.  Tried to
					make it back to Bien Hoa but pilot was forced to eject and was rescued by USAF HH-43 Husky helicopter.
				3042 (354th TFW, 353rd TFS) crashed Jul 31, 1961 near Forno di Coazze,
					Italy, 21.6 mi W of Turin.  Pilot killed.
				3044 to MASDC Apr 22, 1977 as FE340.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 125
				3045 w/o Dec 17, 1957
				3046 (MSN 235-144) to MASDC Mar 21, 1979 as FE480.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 365.  Was at Krister 
					Aviation and Space Museum, Amarillo, TX.  Noted recently 
					at English Field Air and Space Museum, Tradewind AP, Amarillo, TX
				3048 to MASDC Jun 12, 1979 as FE543.  Converted to QF-100D.
				3049 (531st TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire near Cao Lanh, Kien Phong Province, South Vietnam
					Jul 10, 1969.   Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3050 w/o Aug 5, 1957
				3053 to MASDC Apr 1, 1978 as FE382.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 324
				3054 to MASDC Jun 27, 1979 as FE550.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 325
				3055 (MSN 235-153) on display at Arizona ANGB at Tucson, Arizona Airport.
				3056 to MASDC Dec 15, 1978 as FE432.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 122
				3057 (27th TFW, 524th TFS) crashed Apr 20, 1961 7 mi NE of Incirlik AB, Turkey
				3058 crashed in California due to fuel exhaustion.
				3061 w/o Jul 24, 1957.
				3063 (510th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire 10 mi SE of Truc Giang, Go Cong Province, South Vietnam
					Dec 8, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				3066 (532st TFS, 3rd TFW) struck by lightning and damaged during mission over Vietnam Jul 22, 1968.
					Pilot lost control and crashed during emergency landing at Bien Hoa AB.  Pilot killed.
				3068 to MASDC Jan 5, 1979 as FE443.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 155
				3069 (615th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fre near Thuy dong 30 mi WS of Saigaon, Kien Tuong, South
					Vietnam Oct 14, 1969.  Pilot KIA.
				3071 (615th TFS, 366th TFW) shot down by ground fire near Phu Xuan 20 mi N of Phu Cat, Binh Dinh Province,
					South Vietnam Sep 13, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				3072 to MASDC Oct 1, 1979 as FE615.  Converted to QF-100D drone.
				3074 (481st TFS, 27th TFW) hit by ground fire 15 mi NE of Phu Cat, Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam
					Oct 5, 1965.  Aircraft crashed a mile offshore in South China Sea, pilot KIA.
				3075 (416th TFS, 37th TFW) shot down by goound fire 15 mi N of Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam
					Apr 30, 1969.  Pilot ejected near CuChi and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3077 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) crashed near Bradbury, England May 12, 1965
				3080 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) crashed into houses at Gorleston, England Oct 27, 1964.
					Pilot ejected safely (he had pointed the aircraft out to sea, but it 
					turned back after he left it).
				3081 to MASDC Nov 13, 1978 as FE414.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 339.  Was at St Petersburg/Clearwater Apt, FL.
					In 2008 was being restored to museum quality at MAPS Air Museum, Akron Canton APT, Ohio.
				3082 to MASDC Apr 1, 1979 as FE484.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 341
				3083 (MSN 235-181) to Turkish AF Dec 18, 1970 as 56-3083
				3085 (428th TFS, 474th TFW) hit by ground fire over Plain of Jars, Laos Aug 18, 1964.  Able to fly to Thailand
					where pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3086 w/o Dec 7, 1957.
				3090 (308th TFS, 31st TFW) hit by ground fire near Ap Long Lam, 25 mi NE of Phan Tiet, Bin Thuan Province,
					South Vietnam Aug 6, 1969.  Pilot ejected a few miles away and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3093 to MASDC Dec 5, 1978 as FE430.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 361
				3094 (3rd TFW) hit by small arms fire near Ap An Diem, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam May 14, 1967.
					Tried to make it back to Bien Hoa but aircraft became uncontrollable 8 mi S of Bien Hoa and pilot
					was forced to eject and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3096 (MSN 235-194) to Turkish AF Jan 21, 1970 as 56-3096.  W/o May 11, 1977
				3097 (531st TFS, 3rd TFW) sht by small arms fire 15 mi E of Bien Hoa AB, South Vietnam Jan 14, 1970  Pilot ejected
					15 mi E of Bien Hoa and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3099 (MSN 235-197) to MASDC Apr 27, 1976 as FE293.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 10, 1996, scrapped at Tucson, AZ
				3100 (416th TFS, 3rd TFW) hit by small arms fire 15 mi SE of Rach Gia, Kien Gang Province, South Vietnam
					Oct 3, 1966.  Able to fly north for 5 more miles.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3101 to MASDC Jul 6, 1978 as FE392.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 340
				3103 (48th TFW) crashed in Turkey, exact date unknown but believed
					to be around Aug 4, 1969.  No further details.
				3107 to MASDC Dec 14, 1978 as FE431.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 158
				3109 to MASDC Feb 5, 1979 as FE460.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 167
				3110 to MASDC Dec 19, 1977 as FE365
				3112 to MASDC Mar 14, 1979 as FE475.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 342 
				3113 (352nd TFS, 35th TFW) hit by ground fire 10 mi S of Phan Thiet, Binh thuan Province, South Vietnam
					Jan 21, 1969.  Pilot ejected off the coast and was rescued by a US Navy ship.
				3114 (309th TFS, 31st TFW) crashed in South Vietnam due to engine failure Aug 18, 1967.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued.
				3117 to MASDC Aug 20, 1979 as FE585.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 221.
				3118 to MASDC Feb 2, 1979 as FE457.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 159
				3119 (352nd TFS, 35th TFW) hit by goround fire 10 mi SW of Lai Khe, Binh Duong Province, South Vietnam
					May 25, 1969.  Able to fly to the coast where pilot ejected 30 mi E of Vung Tau in South China Sea
					and was rescued by US Navy ship.
				3120 (612th TFS, 35th TFW) lost Apr 4, 1971.
				3121 (308th TFS, 31st TFW) crashed in bad weather in flight to Tuy Hoa AB RVN Mar 5, 1970.
					Pilot killed.
				3122 (306th TFS, 31st TFW) lost Jul 2, 1968.
				3123 to MASDC Mar 30, 1979 as FE483.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 164
				3124 (309th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by ground fire 2 mi W of Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Jul 9, 1968.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued by USMC helicopter.
				3125 (307th TFS) w/o at Bien Hoa, SVN Nov 1965.
				3126 w/o Dec 17, 1957
				3127 (31st TFW, 307th TFS) crashed into sea Mar 15, 1959 50 mi
					W of Kindley AB, Bermuda
				3130 to MASDC Jun 14, 1979 as FE548.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 225.
				3132 (352nd TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire near Kampong Cham City, Kampong Cham Province, Cambodia
					Dec 12, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3133 to MASDC Mar 9, 1979 as FE466.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 160
				3135 to MASDC Mar 9, 1979 as FE469.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 290
				3136 (309th TFS, 31st TFW) hit by ground fire 15 mi W of Tuy Hoa, Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam May 26, 1970.
					Pilot ejected 10 mi NW of Tuy Hoa Base and was rescued by HH-43 Husky helicopter.
				3139 crashed at Cannon AFB on final approach
				3140 to MASDC Apr 3, 1978 as FE383.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 255
				3141 (MSN 235-239) to MASDC Mar 15, 1979 as FE478.  Converted 
					as QF-100D drone no. 291.  Damaged when hit by AIM-120 fired by F-15 
					at Holloman Feb 22, 1988.  Drone was recovered at Northrop Strip
					but was not repaired.  In mid-1996 was at Evergreen Heritage Collection, Marana, AZ 
					along with 56-2992. The stated intention at that time was to use 
					both airframes (they were both damaged) to construct one intact airframe 
					for static display.  Noted at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA Jan 2002.
56-3143/3198		North American F-100D-75-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 235-241/296.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3143 to MASDC Mar 21, 1977 as FE326.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 123.
				3147 (614th TFS, 35th TFW) engine failed 55 mi N of Bien Hoa AB, South Vietnam Feb 17, 1970.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued.
				3150 (428th TFS, 474th TFW) hit by AAA while attacking Quang Khe Naval Base at mouth of Sou Giang River in North
					Vietnam Mar 2, 1965.  Pilot ejected over Gulf of Tonkin and was rescued by USAF HU-16 Albatross amphibian.
				3151 (401st TFW, 23rd Air Base group) crashed due to engine failure Apr 10, 1965.  Pilot survived.
				3152 (614th TFS, 35th TFW) lost Mar 24, 1968
				3153 to MASDC Jan 3, 1979 as FE433.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 162
				3154 on a pedestal at the Lone Star Flight Museum, Galveston, Texas
				3155 to MASDC Mar 31, 1979 as FE489.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 296
				3157 (27th TFW, 481st TFS) destroyed by fire Sep 9, 1961 after fuel
					tanks exploded while on ramp at Incirlik AB, Turkey.
					Pilot subsequently died from injuries received.
				3158 (614th TFS, 35th TFW) lost Jan 21, 1969.
				3159 w/o Oct 24, 1957.
				3162 to MASDC Nov 7, 1978 as FE412.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 189
				3163 to MASDC May 9, 1979 as FE527.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 302
				3166 (308th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by AAA near Xa Thanh Binh, Vietnam Jan 9, 1966. Pilot ejected but KIA.
 				3167 (614th TFW, 35th TFW) lost Oct 26, 1966.
				3168 to MASDC Sep 11, 1978 as FE398.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 343
				3169 to MASDC Mar 31, 1979 as FE488.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 344
				3170 (429th TFS, 474th TFW) struck tree while on close support mission over South Vietnam Jul 20, 1965.  Pilot
					ejected and was rescued.
				3171 to MASDC Mar 9, 1979 as FE525.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 309
				3173 to MASDC Mar 13, 1979 as FE473.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 345
				3174 (355th TFS, 37th TFW) hit by AAA near Dak To, Kontum Province, South Vietnam Mar 5, 1969.  Pilot ejected
					15 mi NW of Kontum and was rescued by friendly ground troops.
				3176 to MASDC Apr 17, 1979 as FE505.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 136
				3177 (481st TFS, 27th TFW) shot down by AAA near Mekong Delta, South Vietnam Sep 20, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was
					rescued by helicopter.
				3179 to MASDC Nov 20, 1978 as FE416.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 357
				3180 (614th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down over Laos Mar 22, 1971, pilot KIA.
				3181 engine caught fire on takeoff from Phan Rang AB Mar 11, 1971.
					Pilot egressed OK.
				3183 to MASDC Jan 9, 1979 as FE446.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 166
				3184 (416th TFS, "My Gal Sal III") had an unusual tail number presentation--tactical
					style small letters AF above numerasl 0-63, then 184 in large numbers.
					To MASDC Aug 23, 1979 as FE589.  To QF-100D drone no. 223.
				3185 (429th TFS, 6251st TFW) lost Aug 9, 1965.
				3186 (MSN 235-284) transferred to US Army for Hawk SAM and other trials
				3187 (MSN 235-285) to MASDC Jul 26, 1978 as FE395.  Converted to QF-100D drone 346.  On display outside at South Dakota ANG 
					at Joe Foss Field, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
				3188 (474th TFW, 430th TFS) suffered some sort of ground accident
					ca May 26, 1959 at Lajes AB, Azores. SOC at Lajes Mar 24, 1960.
				3190 to MASDC Jan 18, 1977 as FE304.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 347
				3191 to MASDC Jun 13, 1979 as FE544.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 226
				3194 to MASDC Nov 20, 1978 as FE418.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 348
				3195 to MASDC Nov 20, 1978 as FE424.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 326
				3197 (352nd TFS, 35th TFW) lost Jan 27, 1971.
				3198 to MASDC Jul 9, 1979 as FE558.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 349.
56-3199/3346		North American F-100D-90-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 235-297/444.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3199 (48th TFW/493rd TFS) crashed one mile north of Aviano AB, Italy Aug 4, 1962
				3200 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) crashed 6 miles north of RAF Lakenheath, 
					England after engine failed immediately after takeoff Nov 12, 1968. Pilot ejected 
					safely
				3201 to MASDC Mar 20, 1978 as FE369.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 244.
				3202 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) crashed 12 miles west of Roanne, France Sep 8, 1958
				3203 (MSN 235-301) to MASDC Dec 18, 1975 as FE278.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 10, 1996 and processed at Tucson, AZ
				3204 (MSN 235-302) to MASDC Dec 30, 1975 as FE282.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 10, 1996 and scrapped at Tucson, AZ
				3205 to MASDC Apr 5, 1979 as FE491.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 185.
				3206 (50th TFW/81st TFS) crashed Dec 20, 1962 17mi S of Ramstein AB, West Germany
				3207 (49th FBW/7th FBS) Crashed at St-Nicolas-en-Foret, France Jul 2, 1958
				3208 (MSN 235-306) on display at Essenden, North Dakota in 2006
				3209 (48th TFW/494th TFS) Crashed one mile east of Merville, France Jul 8, 1965
				3210 to MASDC Jul 9, 1979 as FE559.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 227.  Now on display 
					at Indiana ANG, Fort Wayne IAP, Indiana.
				3212 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) Crashed into River Trent near Cromwell, England Mar 1, 1965
				3213 to MASDC Mar 21, 1977 as FE324.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 237
				3214 (48th TFW/493rd TFS) Crashed at Thorney Toll, England May 5, 1969
				3215 (50th TFW) crashed Aug 10, 1965 75 mi WSW of Wheelus AB, Libya.  Pilot killed.
				3216 (50th TFW) crashed Dec 9, 1965 59 mi ENE of Wheelus AB, Libya following
					engine flameout.  Pilot ejected safely.
				3217 (48th TFW/494th TFS) Crashed into Irish Sea off Isle of Man Jan 30, 1970. Pilot killed
				3218 to MASDC Jan 12, 1979 as FE448.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 161
				3219 to MASDC Jan 5, 1979 as FE445.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 165
				3220 on display at Holloman AFB, New Mexico
				3221 to MASDC Feb 16, 1977 as FE317.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 350
				3222 to MASDC Nov 20, 1978 as FE417.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 359
				3223 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) Crashed in southern Belgium Aug 2, 1963
				3224 (50th TFW/417th TFS) crashed May 4, 1966 1 mi N of Bad Soden, West Germany
				3225 (48th TFW/494th TFS) Crashed near Wheelus AB, Libya following loss of control 
					Aug 22, 1963. Pilot ejected safely
				3226 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed near Wheelus AB, Libya following in-flight fire Jan 16, 1963. 
					Pilot ejected safely
				3227 (MSN 35-325) to MASDC Apr 10, 1976 as FE291.  To Fritz Enterprisses Sep 20, 1996.  Scrapped at Tucson, AZ
				3228 (48th TFW/493rd TFS) crashed 8 miles south of RAF Lakenheath, England Apr 13, 1962.
				3229 (50th TFW, 105h TFS) crashed Mar 8, 1966 56 mi SW of Wheelus AB, Libya
				3230 (50th TFW, 417th TFS) crashed Apr 14, 1962 40 mi SW of Wheelus AB, Libya
				3231 to MASDC Sep 17, 1976 as FE299.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 218
				3232 to MASDC Aug 20,1979 as FE580.  Converted to QF-100D. Now on display at Grissom 
					AFB painted as 53-1712
				3233 to MASDC Nov 9, 1978 as FE413.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 163
				3234 to MASDC Jun 12, 1978 as FE387.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 243
				3235 (MSN 235-333) to Turkish AF Jan 7, 1970 as 56-3235.  W/o Aug 16, 1972
				3236 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed near Wheelus AB, Libya Nov 23, 1964. Pilot ejected safely
				3237 (352nd TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by small arms fire near Phu Hiep, An Giang Province, South Vietnam
					Nov 29, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3239 to MASDC Dec 16, 1975 as FE277.  Converted to QF-100D
				3240 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) damaged Sep 9, 1959 in unspecified incident, possibly on 
					ground at Wheelus AB, Libya; struck off charge at Wheelus Jan 28, 1960
				3241 to MASDC Jun 13, 1979 as FE546.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 228
				3242 (531st TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire near Phuoc Long, Phuoc Long Province, South Vietnam
					May 30, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3244 (50th TFW, 10th TFS) crashed Apr 6, 1964 on El Uotia range, Libya.  Pilot killed
				3246 (10th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire near Vam Song Ong Doc, Ca Mau Province, South Vietnam
					Sep 12, 1968.  Pilot ejected and landed in mangrove swamps and was rescued by US Army AH-16 Cobra
					helicopter gunship and rod on the skid and held onto an open gun panel.
				3246 (50th TFW, 417th TFS) stalled during landing and crashed at Toul AB, France
					Jul 20, 1958.  Pilot killed.
				3247 (50th TFW, 81st TFS) crashed in Vosges mountains of France Jun 25, 1963.  
					Flew into high ground in bad weather 61 mi SSW of Phalsbourg AB, France.
					Pilot killed.  56-3297 lost at same time.
				3248 to MASDC Jan 18, 1977 as FE303.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 224 and expended over White Sands Range, New Mexico on
					Mar 27, 1988.
				3250 (48th TFW) crashed 13 miles west of Wheelus AB, Libya Nov 13, 1959
				3251 to MASDC Jun 8, 1977 as FE349.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 124
				3252 (510th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire over South Vietnam Jul 24, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was
					rescued b USAF helicopter.
				3253 to MASDC Mar 21, 1977 as FE325.  Converted to QF-100D
				3254 (MSN 235-352) to MASDC Dec 18, 1975 as FE279.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 20, 1996.  Scrapped at Tucson, AZ
				3255 to MASDC Apr 6, 1978 as FE384.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 245
				3256 to MASDC Aug 6, 1979 as FE572.  Converted to QF-100D
				3257 (49th TFW/7th TFS) crashed 48 miles west-south-west of Wheelus AB, Libya 
					following engine failure Mar 31, 1961. Pilot ejected safely
				3258 (50th TFW, 417th TFS) crashed Jul 15, 1964 on El Uotia range, Libya.  Pilot killed.
				3259 to MASDC Aug 6, 1979 as FE573.  Converted to QF-100D
				3260 to MASDC May 6, 1977 as FE341.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 238
				3261 (355th TFS, 354th TFW) shot down by AAA near Ban Kandon 25 mi E of Saravan, Saravane Province, Laos
					Feb 25, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF HH-3E Jolly Green helicopter.
				3262 (MSN 235-360) to MASDC Apr 13, 1976 as FE292.  To Fritz Enterprises Sep 10, 1996, scrapped at Tucson, AZ
				3264 (510th TFS, 3rd TFW) hit by ground fire 10 min NW of Rach Gia, South Vietnam Aug 22, 1967.  Able to fly out to
					South China Sea where pilot ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3265 to MASDC Jul 16, 1979 as FE563.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 257
				3269 (510th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire 1 mi E of Bien Hoa AB, South Vietnam May 6, 1968.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3270 (90th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by small arms fire near Ap Dao Du 35 mi SW of Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province,
					South Vietnam Mar 6, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3275 (531st TFS, 3rd TFW) hit by ground fire 50 mi N of Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jul 15, 1967.
					Pilot ejected 7 mi S of Loc Ninh, South Vietnam and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3276 to MASDC Jan 3, 1979 as FE436.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 169
				3277 (531st TFS, 3rd TFW) lost Mar 15, 1967.
				3278 (308th TFS, 31st TFW) lost Apr 6, 1970.
				3279 to MASDC Jan 11, 1979 as FE447.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 363
				3283 (531sxt TFS, 3rd TFW) crashed Aug 15, 1969
				3284 on display at Gila Bend AFS, AZ.  A recent article in an Air-Britain magazine indicates 
					that whilst on charge of 48th TFW/493rd TFS, aircraft crashed into buildings on the El 
					Uotia range, Libya Mar 29, 1960 following flameout during LABS manouevre. Pilot ejected safely
				3285 (481st TFS "Pretty Penny" to 531st TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by automatic weapons fire May 21, 1967
					north of Bien Hoa, SVN.  Pilot KIA.
				3287 (308th TFS, 31st TFW) crashed in South Vietnam during close support mission Jun 30, 1970.  Pilot survived.
				3288 (MSN 235-360) to MASDC Dec 19, 1975 as FE281.  Now on display at Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan AFB, 
					California.
				3289 (401st TFW/613rd TFS) crashed Aug 6, 1969 on Bardenas Reales gunnery
					range near Zaragosa, Spain.  Pilot killed.
				3290 (49th TFW) crashed 18 miles north of Spangdahlem AB, West Germany Mar 18, 1960. Pilot ejected safely
				3291 to MASDC Apr 17, 1979 as FE508.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 128
				3292 (49th TFW) crashed 3.25 miles south-west of Zabrata, Libya May 3, 1961. Pilot ejected safely
				3293 (49th TFW/9th TFS) crashed 2 miles north of St-Amand-Montrond, France Oct 29, 1959
				3294 (49th TFW/9th TFS) crashed at Spangdahlem AB, West Germany Sep 16, 1960
				3295 to MASDC Jul 3, 1977 as FE347.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 239
				3296 to MASDC Aug 6, 1979 as FE574.  Converted to QF-100D
				3297 (50th TFW) crashed in Vosges mountains of France Jun 25, 1963.  Pilot killed.  56-3247 lost at same time
					Wreckage of both aircraft found only 50 ft apart.
				3298 to MASDC Jun 27, 1979 as FE551.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 182.  Crashed at Tyndall AFB, FL
				3299 at Colorado ANG, Buckley AFB, Aurora, Colorado.  Acquired from Wings over the Rockies Museum
				3300 (49th TFW/9th TFS) crashed at Kitzingen AAF, West Germany Jun 20, 1961
				3301 (35th TFW) damaged on ground at Phan Rang AB, South Vietnam by North Vietnamese mortar and rocket attack
					Jan 26, 1969.
				3302 (50th TFW, 10th TFS) crashed Jan 22, 1963 38 mi SW of Wheelus AB, Libya.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				3303 to MASDC Jul 5, 1979 as FE557.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 258
				3304 (90th TFS, 3rd TFW) hit by small arms fire at Kau Ke 17 mi SW of Can Tho city, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam
					Feb 14, 1968.  Able to fly colse to Binh Thuy airfield where pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF HH-43 Husky
					helicopter.
				3305 (355th TFS, 37th TFW) hit a tree during close support mission in South Vietnam Apr 22, 1969.  Pilot
					ejected and was rescued.
				3306 to MASDC Aug 28, 1979 as FE590.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 259
				3307 to MASDC Feb 27, 1979 as FE463.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 292
				3308 (50th TFW, 417th TFS) crashed Apr 9, 1962 51 mi SW of Wheelus AB, Libya
				3309 to MASDC Nov 28, 1978 as FE427.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 168
				3310 to MASDC Jun 8, 1977 as FE350.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 130
				3311 to MASDC Aug 10, 1979 as FE579.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 261
				3312 (401st TFW/613rd TFS) crashed Dec 15, 1966 on El Uotia range, Libya
				3313 to MASDC Mar 6, 1979 as FE465.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 129
				3314 (MSN 235-412, 113rd TRS Indiana ANG) crashed on Red Flag mission from Nellis AFB, Nevada Jun 13, 1978.
				3315 to MASDC Mar 19, 1976 as FE288.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 274
				3316 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) crashed 28 miles west of Wheelus AB, Libya Mar 9, 1962
				3317 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed 2.5 miles west-north-west of Wheelus AB, Libya Feb 24, 1965
				3319 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) crashed 32 miles south-south-east of Wheelus AB, Libya Mar 18, 1969. 
					Pilot ejected safely
				3320 on display as gate guard at Indiana ANG, Terre Haute, Indiana marked as 54-181
				3321 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed near Great Ellingham, England Feb 10, 1963. Pilot killed
				3322 (50th TFW, 81st TFS) crashed Jul 3, 1963 1 mi N of runway threshold at
					Etain AB, France
				3324 to MASDC Jun 9, 1979 as FE541.  Converted to QF-100D 
				3327 (110th TFS, 131st TFG, Missouri ANG) crashed Jan 24, 1973 SE of Indianapolis, IN
					due to engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				3328 to MASDC Mar 14, 1979 as FE476.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 131
				3330 (90th TFS, 3rd TFW) lost Sep 19, 1967.
				3331 to MASDC Jun 16, 1978 as FE390.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 277
				3332 (355th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by AAA near Kay bong, 30 mi SE of Saravan, Saravane Province, Laos
					Dec 10, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3333 to MASDC May 30, 1979 as FE537.  Converted to QF-100D drone no 368
				3334 (481st TFS, 27th TFW) shot down by ground fire over South Vietnam Jul 21, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was
					rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3335 (531st TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire 12 mi W of Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam
					Apr 23, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF HH-43 Husky helicopter.
				3339 (90th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire 1 mi S of Quan Long, Ca Mau Province, South Vietnam
					Jun 24, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3340 (615th TFS, 401st TFW) ran out of fuel over South Vietnam Jun 22, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3343 (510th TFS, 3rd TFW) suffered engine failure over South Vietnam Jul 24, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3345 to MASDC Apr 1, 1979 as FE486.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 294
56-3347/3350		Cancelled contract
56-3351/3378		North American F-100D-80-NH Super Sabre
				MSN 245-1/28.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3351 (252 TFS) into neighborhood N of Tinker AFB, OK Aug 25, 1961
					after pilot ejeced when engine caught fire.  A 2-year old girl
					was killed when her family's home was struck.
				3355 (MSN 245-5) to Turkish AF Dec 18, 1970 as 56-3355
				3356 to MASDC Aug 8, 1979 as FE578.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 262
				3360 crashed May 25, 1967 Dare County Gunnery Range, NC.  Pilot killed.
				3361 to MASDC Feb 27, 1979 as FE462.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 364
				3362 (354th TFW, 352nd TFS) crashed Dec 8, 1964 at Aviano AB.
				3363 crashed off the coast of Myrtle Beach AFB, May 3, 1959, along
					with 56-3407 and 56-3423.  All pilots killed.
				3365 to MASDC Apr 1, 1979 as FE487.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 297
				3367 (401st TFW) collided with 55-3711 during landing rollout at Wheelus
					AB, Libya Oct 19, 1968.  SOC Dec 14, 1968
				3369 to MASDC Nov 17, 1978 as FE415.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 170
				3371 to MASDC Oct 1, 1979 as FE613.  Converted to QF-100D drone
				3372 (352nd TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire 18 mi SW of Tan Son Nhut, South Vietnam Jun 30, 1968.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3375 (308th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire over South Vietnam Aug 3, 1966.  Pilot was rescued by
					a helicopter.
				3376 (MSN 245-26) to Turkish AF Jan 27, 1970 as 56-3376.  W/o Apr 19, 1977
				3377 crashed on landing at Chu Lai AB, RVN Mar 9, 1970.  Pilot survived.
				3378 (354th TFW, 355th TFS) crashed in 1966 (Feb 4 or 4 Mar)
					3 mi S of Erzincan, Turkey
56-3379/3463		North American F-100D-85-NH Super Sabre
				MSN 245-29/113.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3380 (612th TFS, 37th FTW) lost Mar 10, 1969
				3381 to MASDC Jul 16, 1979 as FE562.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 264
				3383 (615 TFS) hit approach lights and landed short at night Oct 25, 1970.
					Pilot egressed OK
				3384 (615th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by AAA 21 mi W of Khan Duc, Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam
					Mar 9, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF helicopter, but died of his injuries.
				3385 to MASDC May 9, 1979 as FE522.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 367
				3388 (31st TFW, 308th TFS) crashed Mar 27, 1961 1 mi SW of
					Aviano AB.
				3389 to MASDC Mar 21, 1977 as FE328.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 132
				3390 (MSN 245-40) to Turkish AF Jan 21, 1970 as 56-3390.  W/o Nov 20, 1971
				3391 (MSN 245-41) to Turkish AF Jan 21, 1970 as 56-3391.  W/o Feb 16, 1985
				3393 to MASDC Aug 23, 1979 as FE588.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 265
				3394 w/o Dec 18, 1957
				3396 (MSN 245-46) to Turkish AF as 56-3396
				3397 to MASDC Jan 26, 1979 as FE453.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 287
				3399 (MSN 245-49) to Turkish AF Feb 18, 1969 as 56-3399
				3400 to MASDC Nov 20, 1978 as FE421.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 173
				3402 to MASDC Mar 21, 1977 as FE332.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 134
				3403 (309th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by AAA near Tavouac, Savannakhet Province, Laos Apr 16, 1969.  Pilot KIA.
				3404 to MASDC Jun 11, 1979 as FE542.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 360
				3405 to MASDC Jun 13, 1978 as FE388.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 276
				3406 to MASDC Apr 19, 1979 as FE512.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 366
				3407 crashed off the coast of Myrtle Beach AFB May 3, 1959, along
					with 56-3363 and 56-3423.  All pilots killed.
				3410 to MASDC Jan 18, 1977 as FE302.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 135
				3411 w/o Dec 10, 1957
				3412 to MASDC Oct 11, 1978 as FE406.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 288
				3413 to MASDC Sep 23, 1979 as FE597.  Converted to QF-100D drone
				3414 to MASDC Apr 17, 1979 as FE501.  Converted to YQF-100D drone no. 092, later to QF-100D
				3404 (309th TFS, 31st TFW) lost Apr 17, 1969.
				3415 (614th TFS, 35th TFW) crashed due engine failure near Nha Trang, South Vietnam Mar 12, 1971. Pilot killed.
				3417 on display at Wings Over The Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, Colorado
				3418 (MSN 245-68) (48th TFW/494th TFS) suffered some form of accident whilst detached to Cigli AB, 
					Turkey; noted there in damaged condition May 1, 1969.  Struck off USAF charge 
					May 22, 1969 for transfer to Turkey under MAP asd 56-3418, presuambly for spares use as unrepaired.
				3419 (354th TFW, 352nd TFS) crashed May 13, 1960 at Moron AB.
				3420 (416th TFS, 31st TFW)  crashed prior landing into South China Sea off Tuy Hoa, SVN Jul 16, 1969. 
					Pilot ejected too low and was killed..
				3422 to MASDC Apr 15, 1977 as FE335.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 240
				3423 crashed off the coast of Myrtle Beach AFB May 3, 1959 along
					with 56-3363 and 56-3407.  All pilots killed.
				3425 to MASDC Jan 4, 1979 as FE442.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 362
				3426 (MSN 245-76) to MASDC Aug 20, 1979 as FE582. Converted to QF-100D drone no. 267.  Put on a post at 
					Iowa ANG, Des Moines, Iowa painted as 55-2783.
				3427 to MASDC Feb 16, 1977 as FE320.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 356
				3429 (90th TFS, 3rd TFW) lost Jan 14, 1968.
				3430 (354th TFW, 356th TFS) crashed Mar 3, 1959 3 mi NE of Aviano AB
				3431 (614th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire W of Pileiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Nov 16, 1966.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued by a US Army helicopter.
				3433 (MSN 245-83) to Turkish AF Dec 21, 1969 as 56-3433
				3434 on display at Arkansas NG, Camp Robinson, Little Rock, Arkansas.
				3435 (612th TFS, 35th TFW) lost Aug 21, 1970.
				3437 (531st TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by small arms fire near Ap Ta Diep, Phong Dinh Province, South Vietnam
					Aug 1, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				3438 (306th TFS, 31st TFW) crashed due to engine failure over South Vietnam Nov 12, 1968. Pilot ejected and
					was rescued.
				3439 to MASDC Oct 20, 1978 as FE410.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 171
				3440 on display at Air and Space Museum as "Snooper" of 90th TFS, 3rd TFW that was based at Bien Hoa AB, 
					South Vietnam in ca 1968.
				3441 (356th TFS) crashed into sea near Bermuda after taking off from Kindley AFB, Bermuda Sep 15, 1958
				3443 to MASDC Sep 16, 1979 as FE593.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 268
				3444 (354th TFW, 356th TFS) crashed Oct 17, 1959 at Spangdahlem AB
				3446 (615th TFS, 35th TFW) hit by ground fire near Thon Vu Bon 10 mi SW of Ninh Thuan Province, South Vietnam
					Nov 9, 1968.  Pilot tried to reach Phan Rang airfield but caught fire and crashed.  Pilot ejected but
					was killed.
				3448 (352nd TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire 25 mi NE of vung Tau, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam
					Jan 13, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				3451 (306th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by ground fire near Muang Fangdeng, Laos Feb 12, 1967.  Pilot KIA
				3452 (309th TFS, 31st TFW) collided with O-2A 67-21378 over South Vietnam Nov 17, 1968.  Both crew bailed out
					and were rescued by USAF HH-3E Jolly Green helicopter.
				3453 w/o Jan 25, 1958
				3454 (MSN 245-94) to Turkish AF Jan 27, 1960 as 56-3454
				3456 (MSN 245-96) to Turkish AF as 56-3456
				3460 (354th TFW, 355th TFS) crashed into Atlantic Ocean Jun 9, 1964
					420 miles W of Shannon.  Pilot ejected safely but died of
					exposure in his liferaft.
				3462 to MASDC Apr 1, 1979 as FE485.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 293
				3463 to MASDC Jun 3, 1977 as FE348.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 358.
56-3464/3590		Cessna T-37A
				MSN 40036/40162
				All converted to T-37B.
				3464/3475 to A-37A and reserialed 67-14518/14529.
				3464 to Army
				3465 to Army.  In 2010 was on display at Museum of Aviation, US Army 
				3466 to Army.  Now on display at Ft. Rucker, AL, but this may actually
					be 67-14520 painted with the "63466" serial.
				3477/3479 to A-37A and reserialed 67-14530/145532
				3480 converted to GT-37B
				3481/3484 to A-37A and reserialed 67-14533/14536
				3486 to A-37A and reserialed 67-14537
				3487 to A-37A and reserialed 67-14538
				3489/3491 to A-37A and reserialed 67-14539/14541
				3492 (MSN 40052) converted to JT-37A, later to T-37B.  W/o with 145h FTW Jul 5, 2001.
				3493 (MSN 40065, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0011 Sep 16, 1991.  Returned
					to service May 15, 2000 to 174th FW.  On display with New York ANG, Syracuse, New York
				3495 (MSN 40067) to Thailand in 1972 as F12-15/15.  Preserved at Kamphaeng Saen
				3496 (MSN 40068) to South Vietnam
				3497 (MSN 40069, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0121 May 14, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3498 (MSN 40070) on display at Vance AFB, Oklahoma
				3499 (MSN 40071, T-37B) to AMARC as TE067 Jul 22, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3504 sold to Peru
				3505 to South Vietnam
				3507 (MSN 40067, T-37B, 78th FTW, 82nd FTS) crashed 27 mi E of Lamesa, TX Nov 30, 1973. Both crew killed.
				3508 (MSN 40080, T-37B) named "Top Flight III Winner" with 64th FTW in May 1992.  To AMARC as TE0122 May 14, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3509 (MSN 40081, T-37B) to AMARC as TE083 Jul 19, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3510 (MSN 40082) converted to T-37, later to OT-37B.  To AMARC as TE055 Dec 5, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3511 (MSN 40083, T-37B) to AMARC as TE089 Nov 22, 1993.  Returned to service
					with 47th FTW.  Back to AMARC as TE0143 Sep 23, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3512 (MSN 40084, T-37B) to AMARC as TE048 Nov 25, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3513 (MSN 40085, T-37B) to AMARC as TE068 Jul 24, 1992.
				3514 (MSN 40086, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0129 Sep 12, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3515 sold to Peru.  To civil registry as N7154Y
				3516 to South Vietnam
				3517 (MSN 40089, T-37B) to AMARC as TE014 Sep 17, 1994.
				3518 (MSN 40090) to Thailand in 1980 as F12-17/23.  Noted early 2003 preserved at 
					Korat AB, Thailand wearing serial BF.12-17-23.
				3519 seen Jan 2008 at Enid/Woodring MAP, OK
				3520 seen 2008 on pylon at Sheppard AFB, Texas
				3523 to South Vietnam
				3524 to AMARC as TE0385 Jun 14, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				3526 on display with Arkansas National Guard Museum, North Little Rock, Arkansas
				3529 (MSN 40101) to Royal Moroccan AF as 56529
				3530 (MSN 40102) to AMARC as TE0181 Aug 20, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3531 (MSN 40103) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.  To AMARC as TE0393 Jul 12, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3532 (MSN 40104) to Thailand in 1980 as F12-18/23.
				3533 converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B
				3536 converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0422 Mar 6, 2008
				3537 (MSN 40109, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0031 Sep 26, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Seen in Pima Air and Space museum storage lot in 2012.
					To Castle Air Museum, Atwater, Califormia Oct 2013.
				3538 (MSN 40110) to Thailand in 1980 as F12-19/23.  W/o Aug 11, 1994
				3539 (MSN 40111, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0097 Sep 20, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3540 converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0434 Apr 15, 2008
				3541 in wheels up landing Jul 2001.  Not repaired.
				3542 (MSN 40114, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0127 Aug 28, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3543 to South Vietnam.
				3545 (MSN 40117, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0053 Dec 4, 1991.
				3546 mounted on a pole at the entrance to Bartow Airport, Florida
				3547 (MSN 40119, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0251 Dec 1, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				3548 (MSN 40120) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0430 Apr 16, 2008
				3550 (MSN 40122, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0113 Mar 28, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3552 (MSN 40124) to Thailand as F12-20/23.
				3553 (MSN 40125, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0112 Mar 27, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3554 (MSN 40126) converted to T-37B.   To Bangladesh AF as 63554.  Stored at BAF Base Matiur Rahman, Jessore in 
					Apr 2013.
				3555 (MSN 40127) was at Kelly AFB, TX.  Noted Mar 2004 on display at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham IAP, AL
				3556 to South Vietnam.
				3557 (MSN 40129, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0042 Nov 22, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3558 (MSN 40130, T-37B) to Royal Moroccan AF as 56558
				3561 (MSN 40133, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0128 Sep 6, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3562 (MSN 40134) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0432 Apr 10, 2008
				3563 on static display at Jet Memorial Park, in Jet, Oklahoma.
				3564 (MSN 40136, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0176 Aug 4, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3566 (MSN 40138, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0039 Nov 20, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3567 to South Vietnam
				3568 (MSN 40140, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0213 Jun 10, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. 
				3570 (MSN 40142) converted to T-37B.  To Bangladesh AF as 63570.  Stored at BAF Base Matiur Rahman, Jessore in 
					Apr 2013.
				3571 to South Vietnam.
				3573 to South Vietnam.
				3576 on display at Travis AFB Museum, CA.
				3577 (MSN 40149, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0248 Dec 1, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				3578 to South Vietnam
				3579 (MSN 40151, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0017 Sep 19, 1991.
				3580 converted to T-37B.  Sold to Peru AF as 458.  To civil registry as N6582G
				3581 (MSN 40153, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0005 Sep 11, 1991.
				3582 to South Vietnam
				3583 (MSN 40155, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0015 Sep 17, 1991.
				3584 (MSN 40156, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0220 Jul 23, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				3585 (MSN 40157) to Thailand in 1980 as F12-21/23.  W/o Mar 27, 1987.
					Noted hangared at Don Muang Feb 2002.
				3586 (MSN 40158, T-37B) to Royal Moroccan AF as 56586
				3587 (MSN 40159, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0057 Dec 6, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3589 (MSN 40161, T-37B) to Royal Moroccan AF as 56589
				3590 (MSN 40162, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0139 Aug 12, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
56-3591/3658		Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
				MSN 17340/17407
				3591 (MSN 17340) to AMARC as CA0074 Jul 28, 1993.  Front fuselage noted at Edwards AFB, CA Fall 2003
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3592 (MSN 17341, 42nd BW) crashed near Perth-Andover, Canada Oct 4, 1989 on approach
					to Loring AFB, ME after inflight exploson caused by overheating fuel pump
				3593 (MSN 17342) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Live Free or Die" with 133rd ARS, New Hampshire ANG
					in Jun 1989.  To AMARC as CA0166 Jun 13, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3594 (MSN 17343) to AMARC as CA0047 Sep 17, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3595 (MSN 17344) on display at Barksdale AFB, Louisiana.
				3596 (MSN 17345)  converted to JKC-135A test aircraft and
					then to NKC-135A.  3596 transferred to US Navy but retained USAF
					serial number. ‘King Crow II’ designated NKC-135A airborne electronic threat simulator, USN, 1975+
					To AMARC as 6G0001 Jun 26, 1995.
				3597 (MSN 17346/36) lost engine on takeoff Eielson AFB, AK and crashed Feb 27, 1963.
					7 onboard the plane were killed, plus 2 gate guards on ground were killed.
				3598 crashed at Loring AFB, ME Nov 25, 1958 after No 4 engine failed
					during touch-and-go exercise.
				3599 crashed on takeoff from Westover AFB, MA Jun 27,
					1958.  15 casualties, including a Brig. Gen.	
				3600 (MSN 17349) to AMARC as CA0059 Apr 13, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3601 (MSN 17350) to AMARC as CA0072 Jul 21, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3602 (MSN 17351) lost water injection on left-side engines during takeoff and
					slid off end of runway at Loring AFB, ME Mar 25, 1969.
				3603 (MSN 17352) named "Ol' Belly Full" with 93rd BW in Sep 1969.  To AMARC as CA0029 Jul 21, 1992.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3604 (MSN 17353) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0134 Mar 8, 2004.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3605 (MSN 17354) w/o Nov 18, 1960 during landing at Loring AFB, ME with excessive
					sink rate and nose gear broke up into a fuel tank.
				3606 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0156 Apr 9, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3607 converted to KC-135E.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 as GKC-135E ground instructional
					airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX.
				3608 (MSN 17357) to AMARC as CA0030 Jul 23, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3609 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0162 May 30, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3610 (MSN 17359) to AMARC as CA0055 Nov 4, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3611 converted to KC-135E.  With 171 ARW (PA ANG) 'Let's Roll'.
					In 2009 was on display at Scott AFB Heritage Air Park, Illinois.
				3612 (MSN 17361) converted to KC-135E.  With 171 ARW (PA ANG) 'Pittsburgh Panther Pride'.
					To AMARC as CA0139 May 7, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3613 (MSN 17362, "Queen of the Islands") hit mountain during landing approach Shadow Mtn, WA Jan 19, 1967 en route
					to Hickam to Fairchild AB.
				3614 (MSN 17363) to AMARC as CA0064 Jun 7, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3615 (MSN 17364) to AMARC as CA0032 Jul 30, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3616 on dump at Patuxent River, MD.
				3617 on dump at Patuxent River, MD.
				3618 suffered engine failure and crashed May 9, 1962 during heavy-weight
					takeoff at Loring AFB, ME.  All 6 onboard killed.
				3619 (MSN 17368) to AMARC as CA0051 Oct 7, 1992. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3620 (MSN 17369) to AMARC as CA0096 Mar 7, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3621 (MSN 17370) to AMARC as CA0102 Jun 23, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3622 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA00158 May 3, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3623 (MSN 17372) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Silver Bullet" with 336th ARS, 452nd ARW in May 1987.
					Now GKC-135E ground instructional airframe.
				3624 (MSN 17373) to AMARC as CA0103 in Jul 1994, but now gone. To Altus AFB, OK Sep 23, 1997.
				3625 (MSN 17374) named "Boss Hog" with 97th BW in Oct 1989.  To AMARC as CA0063 May 5, 1993.  Still on 
					AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3626 (MSN 17375) converted to KC-135E.  With 171 ARW (PA ANG) 'America's Heartbeat'  To AMARC as CA0244 Aug 12, 2009.
				3627 (MSN 17376) to AMARC as CA0054 Oct 21, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3628 (MSN 17377) crashed Feb 3, 1960 during takeoff under extremely gusty
					crosswinds at Walker AFB, NM, taking 57-1449 and 57-1457
					with it.
				3629 (MSN 17378) crashed Dec 19, 1969 near Taiwan during climout under
					extremely low-level turbulence.
				3630 (MSN 17379) converted to KC-135E.  With 171 ARW (PA ANG) "it's a Burgh Thing'
					Retired to AMARC as CA0248 Sep 28, 2009.  Last KC-135E to serve.  
				3631 (MSN 17380) converted to KC-135E.  With 151 ARW Utah ANG 'Olympic Winter
					Games Salt Lake 2002'.  To AMARC as CA0214 Aug 12, 2008
				3632 (MSN 17381) Named “Skreemen” with 380th Wing in Mar 1992.  Now on dump at Patuxent River, MD.
				3633 (MSN 17382) to AMARC as CA0037 Aug 20, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3634 (MSN 17383) to AMARC as CA0049 Sep 22, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3635 (MSN 17384) named "Yankee Clipper" with 96th BW in Sep 1989.  To AMARC as CA0038 Aug 25, 1992.  Still 
					on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3636 (MSN 17385) to AMARC as CA0031 Jul 28, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3637 (MSN 17386) to AMARC as CA0033 Aug 6, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3638 (MSN 17387) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Hawg Wild" with 197th ARS of Arizona ANG in 1992, and later
					as "Miss Arizona".  To AMARC as CA0174 Sep 6, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				3639 (MSN 17388) on display at Dyess AFB, Texas.
				3640 (MSN 17389) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0170 Aug 9, 2007.  Still
					on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				3641 (MSN 17390) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0189 Feb 27, 2008.
				3642 (MSN 17391) to AMARC as CA0078 Aug 11, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3643 (MSN 17392) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0143 Sep 17, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3644 (MSN 17393) named "City of Rome"  with 416th BW in May 1989.  to AMARC as CA0028 Jul 16, 1992.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3645 converted to KC-135E.  Now GKC-135E ground instructional airframe at
					Sheppard AFB, TX.
				3646 (MSN 17395) to AMARC as CA0034 Aug 11, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3647 (MSN 17396) to AMARC as CA0044 Sep 10, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3648 (MSN 17397) converted to KC-135E. To AMARC as CA0138 May 7, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3649 (MSN 17398) to AMARC as CA0065 Jun 16, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3650 (MSN 17399) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Numbah 1" with 133rd ARS New Hampshire ANG Jun 1989.
					To AMARC as CA0168 Jul 18, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3651 (MSN 17400) to AMARC as CA0041 Sep 1, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3652 (MSN 17401) to AMARC as CA0077 Aug 9, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3653 (MSN 17402) to AMARC as CA0025 Jul 7, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3654 (MSN 17403) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0133 Feb 25, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3655 (MSN 17404) crashed Jul 30, 1968 near Mt Lassen, CA when vertical stabilizer
					separated from the aircraft after a sharp turn.  All 9 onboard killed.
				3656 (MSN 17405) named "Crime Stopper" with 7th BW Sep 1992. Later on dump at Patuxent River, MD.
				3657 w/o Jan 25, 1962 during startup explosion in No. 4 engine
					at Altus AFB, OK.
				3658 converted to KC-135E.  In 2009 was preserved at Kansas Aviation Museum,
					McConnell AFB.
56-3659/3694		Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
				MSN 580-1143/1178
				3672,3674,3693 sold to Taiwan
				3659--plane painted as 56-3659 at Speyer, Germany is actually 51-17471.
				3661 to civil registry as N83615.  On display with Wyoming ANG, Cheyenne, Wyoming
				3662 to MASDC as TC766 Nov 25, 1966
				3663 to Greek AF
				3666 to NASA as 949, then N941NA.  To MASDC as TC977 Sep 3, 1970.  
				3669 to MASDC Apr 8, 1975.
				3671 To NASA as 937, then N937NA.  To MASDC as TC986 Nov 20, 1970.
				3672 to MASDC as TC982 Oct 26, 1970.  To Taiwan
				3673 converted to AT-33A. to MASDC as TC905 Nov 20, 1969.  To Ecuadorian AF as 638
				3674 to MASDC as TC868 Sep 5, 1969.  To Taiwan
				3675 to MASDC as TC867 Sep 5, 1969.
				3679 to AMARC as TC1326 Mar 25, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3680 to MASDC Jul 1, 1976.
				3681 to AMARC as TC1370 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3682 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 6, 1973 for spares recovery
				3686 to MASDC Oct 9, 1972
				3688 to MASDC as TC981 Oct 17, 1970.
				3689 to NASA as N939NA.  Registered to Heritage Air LLC and is flying again, using the old NASA registration number 
					of N939NA.
				3690 to MASDC as TC888 Nov 13, 1969
				3692 to MASDC Aug 29, 1972
				3693 to MASDC as TC892 Nov 15, 1969.  To Taiwan.
56-3695/3718		Beech L-23D Seminole
				MSN LH.96/119.  Redesignated U-8D in 1962
				3700,3702,3711,3712 converted to RU-8D.
				3689 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				3695 to MASDC as UB017 May 18, 1978
				3696 to MASDC as UB035 Sep 7, 1978
				3698 in storage area of Pima Air and Space Musuem, AZ.  Seen in a yard in Wisconsin in Jul 2011 without wings or engines.
				3700 to MASDC as UB052 Jan 11, 1979
				3701 to MASDC as UB076 Aug 19, 1979.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				3705 to MASDC as UB059 Feb 27, 1979.  To Air Force registry as HU0001 Aug 3, 1981.  To N45041
				3706 to MASDC as UB040 Sep 27, 1978.  To civil registry as N107RD
				3707 to MASDC as UB063 Mar 28k 1979.  Later at JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, CO
				3708 to MASDC as UB060 Feb 27, 1979.  To Air Force registry as HU0002 Aug 3, 1981.  On display at Ellsworth AFB, South
					Dakota
				3710 converted to U-8G.
				3708 at South Dakota Air And Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.
				3712 on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
				3713 configured as RU-8D.  Crashed afteer takeoff at Hue Phu Bai Dec 29, 1967.  Three onboard killed.
				3714 to MASDC as UB068 May 7, 1979.  To Air Force registry as HU0003 Aug 5, 1981.
					Later on civil registry as N3204A, and has been restored after
					having been in storage at Tucson, AZ
				3716 to MASDC as UB029 Jul 25, 1978
				3717 to civil registry as N5372G of Civil Air Patrol, Maxwell AFB, AL
				3718 to MASDC as UB080 Sep 7, 1979.
56-3719/3724		Lockheed F-104B-1-LO Starfighter
				MSN 283-5000/5005
				3719 w/o Jun 27, 1958
				3722 to Taiwan as 4123
				3723 to Taiwan as 4121
				3724 w/o Oc5 19, 1959.
56-3725/3739		North American F-100F-1-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 243-1/15.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3725 fitted with thrust reverser and redesignated NF-100F, later to DF-100F
				3726 to MASDC Sep 7, 1977 as FE359
				3727 to MASDC Sep 13, 1979 as FE602.  Now on display at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona.
				3730 (MSN 243-6) named "Spirit of St Louis II" with 417th TFS/50th TFW in 1959.  To MASDC as FE361 Sep 14, 1977.
					Noted Aug 2006 on display at USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado. 
				3731 (614th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire near Truc Giang, Ben Tre Province, South Vietnam
					Jan 24, 1969.  Both crew ejected and were rescued by helicoters.
				3732 (MSN 243-8) to Turkish AF Sep 15, 1978 as 56-3732
				3733 to Taiwan as 0013.
				3734 (416th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by ground fire near Sepone, Savannakhet Province, Laos Aug 9, 1969.
					Both crew KIA.  Wreckage and remains recovered in 2004.
				3737 to MASDC Sep 25, 1979 as FE602.  Converted to QF-100F
				3738 to MASDC Oct 1, 1979 as FE620.  Converted to QF-100F
				3739 (MSN 243-15) to Turkish AF Sep 15, 1978 as 56-3739.  Seen in a Turkish junkyard.
56-3740/3769		North American F-100F-5-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 243-16/45.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3740 to MASDC Sep 24, 1979 as FE600.  Converted to QF-100F
				3743 crashed 16 mi W of Wicknburg, AZ May 7, 1973.  Both crew killed.
				3744 (MSN 243-20) designated JF-100F.  Used by WADC to fly through thunderstorms during Project Rough Rider
				3746 to MASDC Nov 5, 1979 as FE624.  Converted to QF-100F
				3748 to MASDC Sep 25, 1979 as FE605.  Converted to QF-100F 
				3749 w/o Nov 25, 1957
				3750 (37th TFW) suffered engine failure during training flight 19 mi SW of Phan Rang, Ninh Thuan Province,
					South Vietnam Jul 27, 1968.  Both crew ejected and were rescued by US Navy Swift boat. 
				3751 to MASDC Oct 16, 1978 as FE408.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 373
				3752 (cn 243-28) to Turkish AF Sep 15, 1978 as 56-3752
				3753 to Taiwan as 0011.
				3754 to MASDC Oct 1, 1979 as FE616.  Converted to QF-100F
				3755 collied with United Airlines DC-7 N6328C 9 mi SW of Las Vegas, NV Apr 21, 1958.
					All 42 passengers and 5 crew members aboard DC-7 killed, both crew aboard F-100F killed.
				3758 w/o Oct 30, 1957
				3759 (MSN 243-35) to MASDC Jan 6, 1972.  To Turkish AF May 30, 1973 as 56-3759
				3760 to MASDC Aug 6, 1979 as FE575.  Converted to QF-100F
				3761 hit a pine tree while flying out of Hill AFB, UT Oct 23, 1977.  Plane was damaged but managed
					to land safely.  Plane was not repaired since F-100 was being phased out.  Later used for
					fire training at Hill AFB.
				3762 to MASDC Apr 30, 1979 as FE516.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 377
				3763 to MASDC Apr 19, 1979 as FE511.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 376
				3764 (416th TFS, 37th TFW) hit by AAA over POL Storage Site near Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam
					Nov 8, 1967.  Able to fly out to sea where crew ejected and were rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3765 to MASDC Sep 26, 1979 as FE608.  Converted to QF-100F
				3766 to Turkish AF Nov 11, 1977
				3768 to MASDC Mar 31, 1978 as FE377.  Converted to QF-100F
56-3770/3919		North American F-100F-10-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 243-46/195.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3772 (355th TFS, 37th TFW) shot down by ground fire near Bon Dro 20 mi SW of Ban Me Thout, Dak Lak Province,
					South Vietnam Sep 10, 1968.  Both crew ejected and were rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3773 to MASDC May 3, 1979 as FE520.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 409
				3774 (MSN 243-50) to MASDC Dec 15, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jan 2, 1974 as 56-3774.  In June 2014 displayed on 
					dummy airfield at Konya Air Base, Turkey
				3775 (416th TFS, 37th TFW) hit by ground fire over Ban Pro, Savannakhet Province, Laos Nov 20, 1968.
					Crew ejected 56 mi NW of Da Nang and were rescued by USAF HH-3E Jolly Green helicopter.
				3780 w/o Oct 4, 1957
				3781 flamed out in base turn at Luke AFB May 15, 1970 caused by
					piece of wire lodged in fuel control.  Pilot (sole occupant)
					ejected unsuccessfully.
				3783 (MSN 243-59) to Turkish AF Sep 15, 1978 as 56-3783
				3784 (355th TFS, 354th TFW) shot down by AAA N of Ban Kaarai Pass near Ban Katoi, Quang Binh Province,
					North Vietnam Mar 18, 1968.  Both crew ejected.  Pilot was rescued by USAF helicopter but observer was KIA.
				3787 to MASDC Mar 13, 1979 as FE472.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 379.
				3788 (MSN 243-64) to Turkish AF Sep 15, 1978 as 56-3788; noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul
					(Ataturk) Airport
				3791 to MASDC Apr 5, 1979 as FE494.  To QF-100F drone no. 403
				3794 to MASDC Oct 13, 1977 as FE363.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 410.
				3795 to MASDC Nov 7, 1979 as FE625.  Converted to QF-100F
				3796 (416th TFS) shot down over Laos Nov 2, 1969.  Both crew MIA.
				3797 (50th TFW, 10th TFS) crashed Oct 21, 1965 20 mi W of Jever, West Germany
				3798 (20th TFW/55th TFS) crashed Aug 12, 1960 
					shortly after takeoff from Wheelus AB, Libya. Both crew killed
				3799 (49th TFW/7th TFS) crashed at Spangdahlem AB, West Germany Jun 2, 1960; 
					pilot performed a touch-and-go and attempted to climb out at 
					too low an airspeed - aircraft stalled, crashed and caught fire. Both crew 
					escaped
				3800 (MSN 243-76) to Turkish AF Sep 25, 1978 as 56-3800.  W/o Sep 23, 1979
				3801 to MASDC Sep 16, 1979 as FE595.  Converted to QF-100F
				3803 (MSN 243-79) to Turkish AF May 22, 1972 as 56-3803
				3804 (50th TFW, 81st TFS) crashed Mar 27, 1963 34.5 mi NNW of Laon AB, France
					Both crew ejected safely
				3805 to MASDC Oct 1, 1979 as FE619.  Converted to QF-100F
				3807 (48th TFW/493rd TFS) Crashed 10 miles west-south-west of Wheelus 
					AB, Libya May 27, 1965
				3808 (MSN 243-84) to Republic of China AF as 63808, code 0014
				3810 (12th FBS, 18th FBW) crashed 8 mi NNE of Kadena AB, Okinawa May 9, 1958
				3812 to MASDC Jan 28, 1977 as FE311.  Returned to service, back
					to AMARC Feb 26, 1991 as FE632. Conversion to QF-100F cancelled.
					Now on display in Duncan, Arizona.
				3813 to MASDC Sep 23, 1979 as FE598.  Returned to service, back to 
					AMARC Feb 26, 1991 as FE633.  Conversion to QF-100F cancelled.  On display outside VFW Post 1186,
					Independence, Kansas.
				3814 to MASDC Jun 9, 1977 as FE355.  Returned to service, back to 
					AMARC Feb 26, 1991 as FE0634.  Conversion to QF-100F cancelled.  Mounted on pole outside Bay Street City
					Park, Texas City, Texas
				3816 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) crashed into North Sea off Skegness, England Jun 15, 1966. 
					One crew member ejected and was rescued, the other was killed.
				3817 (50th TFW, 417th TFS) crashed Jun 18, 1964 50 mi WSW of Wheelus AB, Libya after
					engine flameout.  Single crewman ejected safely.
				3818 to MASDC Apr 11, 1979 as FE495.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 383
				3819 to MASDC Jun 17, 1979 as FE552.  Returned to service, back to
					AMARC Feb 26, 1991 as FE635.  Conversion to QF-100F cancelled.  On display outside St. Maries, Idaho.
				3820 (50th TFW, 81st TFS) crashed Nov 6, 1958 7 mi W of Zaprata, Libya after becoming
					uncontrollable during LABS maneuver.  Both crew ejected safely.
				3822 to MASDC Mar 31, 1978 as FE376.  Returned to service.  To
					AMARC Apr 10, 1991 as FE638.  Conversion to QF-100F cancelled. 
					Now on display at Clay County Memorial Park, Lineville, Alabama
				3823 (50th TFW, 417th TFS) crashed Mar 28, 1959 5 mi SW of Toul AB, France
				3824 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed 35 miles south of Zuara, Libya Oct 10, 1958
				3825 to MASDC Sep 24, 1979 as FE599.  Returned to service.  Back
					to AMARC Apr 15, 1991 as FE640.  Conversion to QF-100F drone as no. 418 cancelled.  In 2009
					was on static display at Aurora, Nebraska airport, painted in Thunderbird scheme.
				3826 (MSN 243-102) to Royal Danish AF Jun 25, 1974 as 63826, code GT-826.  WFU Aug 11, 1982.  To US civil registry
					as N3252B to Flight Systems Oct 25, 1982.  To Tracor Flight Systems Mar 26, 1983 as N414FS.  
					W/o Jul 11, 1994 at Nigehorn, NW of Cuxhaven, Germany
				3827 (416th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by AAA near Ban Pakha, Attopeu Province, Laos May 8, 1970.  Crew
					ejected and were rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3828 (49th TFW/7th TFS) crashed 9 miles south-east of Spangdahlem AB, 
					West Germany after colliding with F-100D 55-3667 (which landed 
					safely) Mar 1, 1960.  Both crew ejected safely
				3830 to MASDC Sep 25, 1979 as FE606.  Converted to QF-100F drone
				3831 (MSN 243-107) to Turkish AF Jul 16, 1974 as 56-3831
				3832 (MSN 243-108) to MASDC Mar 31, 1978 as FE380.  Returned to service.
					To AMARC as FE0637 Mar 6, 1991.  Conversion to QF-100F drone no. 419 cancelled.  On display outside Evergreen 
					Aviation and Space Museum, McMinnville, OR.  Restored using parts from 56-3861
				3834 (355th TFS, 37th TFW) hit by AAA 40 mi NW of Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Aug 17, 1968.
					Plane flew out over South China Sea where crew ejected and were rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3835 (50th TFW, 81st TFS) crashed Dec 20, 1959 1.5 mi NE of Hahn AB, West Germany.
					Both crew killed.
				3836 to MASDC Sep 26, 1979 as FE610.  Converted to QF-100F
				3837 (MSN 243-113) to MASDC Sep 26, 1979 as FE607.  Returned to service.
					To AMARC as FE0631 Feb 26, 1991.  Conversion to QF-100F cancelled.  
					To USAF Museum, OH Jun 18, 2002.  This a ‘Misty’ FAC aircraft assigned to the 37th Tactical Fighter Wing at Phu Cat Air 
					Base, Vietnam. It was flown in combat by several notable USAF figures, including Gen. Merrill McPeak and 
					Gen. Ronald Fogleman (former USAF chiefs of staff), and Col. Richard Rutan (the chief pilot of the first 
					around-the-world unrefueled flight).
				3839 (416th TFS, 37th TFW) shot down by AAA near Xom Duong Quan N of Mu Gia Pass, Khammouan Province, Laos
					Apr 7, 1968.  Crew ejected and were rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3840 to MASDC Oct 16, 1979 as FE623.  Converted to QF-100D
				3842 (MSN 243-118 to Royal Danish AF Jun 25, 1974 as 63842, code GT-842.  WFU Aug 11, 1982.  To US civil 
					registry as N32511 Oct 25, 1982.  To Tracor Flight Systems Mar 1983 as N417FS/  To BAE System Flight
					Systems Dec 27, 1991.  To Big Sky Warbirds Jun 12, 2003, current
				3843 (MSN 243-119) to Turkish AF Jun 16, 1973 as 56-3843
				3844 (MSN 243-120) flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  To Royal Danish AF May 29, 1974 as 63844, code GT-844. 
					WFU Aug 11, 1982.  To US civil registry with Flight Systems Oct 25, 1982 as N3251X.  To Tracor 
					Flight Systems Mar 15, 1983 as N415FS.  Registered to Grecoair, Inc of El Paso, TX Dec 2, 1997 as N26AZ.  
					In 2011, was bought by Collings Foundation.
				3846 (MSN 243-122) to Turkish AF Sep 15, 1978 as 56-3846.  W/o Jan 31, 1979.
				3847 (416th TFS, 31st TFW) sht by AAA 10 mi NE of Ban talan over Tchepone, Savannakhet Province, Laos
					Jan 19, 1970.  Able to fly to South Vietnam were crew ejected 12 mi off coast of Tam Ky in South China
					Sea and were rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3850 (MSN 243-126) to Turkish AF May 16, 1972 as 56-3850.
				3851 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed near Grostenquin, France Jul 16, 1961
				3852 (20th TFW) crashed Dec 11, 1958 5 miles west of Beni Ulid, Libya after 
					striking clifftop during low-level navigation exercise. Both crew killed.
				3854 (MSN 243-130) to Turkish AF Sep 15, 1978 as 56-3854
				3855 to MASDC Mar 31, 1978 as FE378.  Returned to service. 
					Back to MASDC Aug 18, 1979 as FE628.  Returned to service
					again.  To AMARC Feb 26, 1991 as FE636.  Conversion to QF-100F cancelled.
					Moved to Las Cruces APT, NM, but by 2009 was on display at Oakes, North Dakota.
				3856 to MASDC Oct 30, 1972 as FE177.  To Royal Danish AF Mar 1, 1974 as 63856, code GT-856.  W/o Mar 16, 1976 at Kolding.
				3857 (50th TFW, 417th TFS) crashed Jul 13, 1961 19 mi NW of Ramstein AB, West Germany.
					Both crew killed.
				3859 to MASDC Apr 12, 1979 as FE496.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 387
				3860 to MASDC Jun 27, 1979 as FE555.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 388
				3861 (MSN 243-137) to MASDC Sep 14, 1979 as FE629.  Returned to service.
					To AMARC as FE641 Jun 3, 1991.  Conversion to QF-100F cancelled.
					To Evergreen Aviation Museum, McMinnville, OR and used for parts to restore 56-3832.
				3862 to Taiwan as 0012.
				3863 (355th TFW, 37th TFW) hit by ground fire 10 mi NE of Ban Talan over Tchepone, Savannakhet Province, Laos
					Apr 1, 1968.  Crew ejected close to border with South Vietnam and were rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3865 (309th TFS) lost over North Vietnam Aug 16, 1968.  Crew MIA.
				3866 (MSN 243-142) to Turkish AF Dec 1, 1958 as 56-3866
				3867 (MSN 243-143) to MASDC Jan 11, 1972.  To Turkish AF May 30, 1972 as 56-3867
				3868 to MASDC Jan 3, 1979 as FE439.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 370
				3869 (90th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by small arms fire 12 mi SE of Can Tho City, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam
					Oct 12, 1966.  Crew ejected and were rescued.
				3870 to MASDC Jul 22, 1972.  To Royal Danish AF Mar 26, 1974 as 63870, code GT-870.  WFU Aug 11, 1982.  
					Now a gate guard at Skrydstrup AB, Denmark.
				3871 (50th TFW) crashed Sep 9, 1965 on Siegenberg gunnery range, West Germany
				3872 (20th TFW/55th TFS) Crashed Apr 15, 1959 11 miles north of Sola 
					AB, Norway, believed after fuel tank detached and struck aircraft. Both 
					crew killed.
				3874 (cn 243-150) to Royal Danish AF May 29, 1974 as 63874, code GT-874.  WFU Mar 2, 1982.
				3875 flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  
				3876 (MSN 243-152) to Turkish AF Apr 16, 1972 as 56-3876
				3878 (612th TFS, 37th TFW) hit by AAA SW of Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Dec 30, 1967.
					Plane headed out to South China Sea  where crew ejected and were rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3880 to MASDC Aug 12, 1977 as FE357. Returned to service.
					To AMARC as FE639 Apr 11, 1991.  Conversion to QF-100F cancelled.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				3881 crshed near Payson, AZ while positining to start low level
					training route, just after coming off aerial refuelling
					Apr 10, 1970.  Pilot (sole occupant) killed on impact.
				3882 to MASDC Sep 7, 1979 as FE591.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 389
				3883 to MASDC May 5, 1979 as FE521.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 392
				3884 (MSN 243-160) to Turkish AF May 16, 1972 as 56-3884.  Crashed at Bor/Nigde Nov 26, 1974
				3886 (355th TFS, 37th TFW) hit by automatic weapons fire over southern Laos Jan 22, 1969.  Crew ejected
					30 mi W of Chu Lai, South Vietnam and were rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3887 (309th TFS, 31st TFS) shot down by ground fire near Ban Bouang Nam, Saravane Province, Laos Oct 24, 1969.
					Crew ejected and were rescued by USAF HH-3E Jolly Green helicopter.
				3888 (20th TFW/79th TFS) Crashed 21/3/62 near Chateauroux AB, France.
				3889 (MSN 243-165) to MASDC Dec 15, 1977 as FE364.  Conversion to QF-100F cancelled.  To Glenn L Martin 
					Museum, Middle River, Maryland.
				3890 (MSN 243-166) to Turkish AF Sep 8, 1972 as 56-3890
				3891 to MASDC May 3, 1979 as FE519.  In 1987 converted to QF-100F drone no. 390.  Presumably subsequently expended.
				3892 to Royal Danish AF May 29, 1974 as 63892, code GT-892.   W/o Jun 9, 1976.
				3893 to MASDC Jun 27, 1979 as FE553.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 391
				3894 on display at Selfridge Military Air Museum, Michigan.
				3895 (MSN 243-171) to Turkish AF Nov 28, 1972 as 56-3895.  Crashed at Erhic/Malatya Sep 27, 1973.
				3896 (MSN 243-172) to MASDC Dec 15, 1971.  To Turkish AF Jan 27, 1974 as 56-3896
				3897 (MSN 243-173) to MASDC Mar 31, 1978 as FE375.  Conversion to QF-100F cancelled.  On display outside 
					at New Jersey ANG, Atlantic City, NJ.
				3898 to MASDC Apr 25, 1979 as FE515.  To QF-100F drone no. 394
				3899 (MSN 243-175) to MASDC as FE630.  Transferred to US Army for Hawk SAM and other trials.
					Registration N8056Y reserved Sep 1979 but NTU.  Registeered N404FS to US Air force Owner Dec 3, 1979.
					Cancelled Jul 31, 1994.  Operated by Tracor Flight Systems.  At Glenn L. Martin Museum, Middle River, MD.
				3900 (36th TFW/461st TFS) Damaged in ground fire at Hahn AB, 
					West Germany October 1958. Struck off charge for spares recovery Oct 20, 1958
				3901 (50th TFW) crashed into sea Apr 28, 1959 15 mi W of Wheelus AB, Libya.
					One crewman recovered safely, the other was killed.
				3902 (MSN 243-178) to MASDC Dec 29, 1971 as FE146.  To Turkish AF Jan 16, 1974 as 56-3902.  W/o 1981 at Diyarbakir
				3903 (MSN 243-179) to Turkish AF Feb 8, 1972 as 56-3903.  Shot down at Iraqi border Sep 18, 1989
				3904 (MSN 243-180) to MASDC Aug 11, 1977 as FF356.  Conversion to QF-100F cancelled.  Now at Aviation Cadet 
					Museum, Eureka Springs AR Aug 2005, restoration in progress.
				3905 (MSN 243-181) to MASDC Mar 31, 1978 as FE379.  At Glenn L. Martin Museum, Middle River, MD.  Seen there Feb 2012.
				3906 to MASDC Oct 15, 1979 as FE622.  Converted to QF-100F drone
				3907 to MASDC Nov 7, 1979 as FE626.  Converted to QF-100F
				3908 (MSN 243-184) to Royal Danish AF Jun 25, 1974 as 63908, code GT-908.  WFU Aug 11, 1982.  Now a gate guard 
					at Skrydstrup AB, Denmark.
				3909 to Turkish AF Oct 16, 1974.
				3910 to MASDC May 1, 1979 as FE517.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 396
				3911 (MSN 243-187) to MASDC Jan 12, 1979 as FE451.  Converted to QF-100F.  Transferred to US Army for Hawk SAM
					and other trials 
				3912 to MASDC Mar 4, 1977 as FE323
				3914 (MSN 243-190) to Turkish AF Sep 15, 1978 as 56-3914
				3915 to MASDC Apr 25, 1979 as FE514.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 397
				3916 (MSN 243-192) to MASDC Oct 30, 1972. To Royal Danish AF Mar 1, 1974 as 63916, code GT-916.  WFU Aug 11, 1982.  
					To US civil registry with Flight Systems as N3251W Oct 28, 1982.  To Tracor Flight systems Mar 1983 as N416FS.
					To BAE Systems Flight Systems Dec 27, 1991.  To Big Sky Warbirds Jun 12, 2003, current.
				3917 to MASDC Jul 31, 1979 as FE567.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 398
				3918 pilot rotated early, and crashed into ball of fire May 15, 1970.  Pilot (sole occupant) killed.
				3919 (MSN 243-195) to Turkish AF Feb 9, 1973 as 56-3919
56-3920/4019		North American F-100F-15-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 243-196/295.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3920 crashed after takeoff from Tinker AFB, OK Oct 7, 1969.
				3921 (MSN 243-197) to Turkish AF Aug 26, 1974 as 56-3921
				3922 to MASDC Sep 25, 1979 as FE604.  Converted to QF-100F
				3923 (90th TFS, 3rd TFW) damaged by VC rocket attack on Bien Hoa AB, South Vietnam Feb 17, 1968.
				3924 flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  
				3925 (510th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire 14 mi N of Vung Tau, Phuoc Tuy Province,
					South Vietnam Feb 12, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				3927 (MSN 243-203) flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  To Royal Danish AF May 29, 1974 as 63927, code GT-927.  
					WFU Aug 11, 1982.  To Danmarks Flyvemuseum, Billund.  This museum closed in 1997
				3928 (MSN 243-204) to French AF as 63928.  To MASDC Sep 25, 1979 as FE603.  Converted to QF-100F.
				3929 (MSN 243-205) to MASDC Mar 31, 1978 as FE381.  To display at Fayette Airport, La Grange, Texas May 19, 1998. 
				3930 (MSN 243-206) to Turkish AF Jan 7, 1970 as 56-3930
				3935 (MSN 243-211) to French AF as 63935.  Returned to USAF
				3936 (MSN 243-212) to French AF as 63936.  Returned to USAF
				3937 (MSN 243-213) to French AF c1956 as 63937.  To Musée du Château de Savigny, Savigny-Les-Beaune, Dec88. Preserved and on display
				3938 (MSN 243-214) to French AF as 63938.  Returned to USAF at RAF Sculthorpe.  Noted
					Mar 2004 at Lashenden Air Warfare Museum, Lashenden, England. On Apr 16, 2007 a DHC-2 Turbo Beaver Mk III 
					duing roll out after takeoff abort collided sideways into nose of this F-100.
					F-100F proved irreparable.  Some parts to Military Aviation Museum at Soesterberg, Netherlands to 
					complete 54-1871.
				3939 (MSN 243-215) to French AF as 63939.  W/o Oct 5, 1961
				3940 (MSN 243-216) to French AF as 63940.  W/o Jul 17, 1976
				3941 (MSN 243-217) to French AF as 63941.  W/o Oct 10, 1973
				3942 converted to NF-100F
				3944 in 2009 was in exhibition of Hermeskeil Flugausstellung in
					Hermeskeil, Germany.  Seen on a pole at Brooks AFB, TX in 2003 marked as "Weightless 2"
				3945 (306th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by AAA 10 mi NE of Ban Talan, Savannakhet Province, Laos Mar 19, 1970.
					Crew ejected and were rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3946 (MSN 243-222) was with 435th TFS Jul 1956.  To Turkish AF Dec 19, 1969 as 56-3946.  Seen in a Turkish junkyard.
				3947 (MSN 243-223) to MASDC Nov 2, 1972 as FE181.  To Turkish AF Dec 4, 1973 as 56-3947
				3948 (MSN 243-224) to Turkish AF as 56-3948, code 3-948 Aug 26, 1974.  Returned to USA Aug 1989.  
					Registered N2011V to Tracor Flight Systems Jul 1989
					Now flying under private ownership, registered to American Horizons Ltd of Ft. Wayne, IN as N2011V
				3949 (MSN 243-225) to Royal Danish AF Jun 25, 1974 as 63949, code GT-949.  WFU May 5, 1982.  
					Was on display at Karup AB Museum, Denmark.  Seen May 2014 at Musee du Chateau Sagigny, Savigny-les-Beaune, 
					France falsely marked as USAF Thunderbirds aircraft.
				3950 (MSN 243-226) flown by Chuck Yeager while he commanded the 1st FS at George AFB from April
					1957 to 1959.  Later flew from Mar 1964 to Nov 1977 with 131st TFS
					of MA ANG.  On Nov 28, 1977 exported to Turkish AF as 56-3950 where it flew with 132 Filo.
					Believed to have been scrapped at Konya in 1988.
				3951 to MASDC Oct 1, 1979 as FE617. Converted to QF-100F.  Now on display at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
				3952 (MSN 243-228) to Turkish AF Dec 18, 1969 as 56-3952
				3953 converted to NF-100F
				3954 shot down by AAA Aug 26, 1967.  Both crewmen ejeced.  The pilot 
					was rescued by helicopter but the rear seat, George "Bud" Day 
					was taken POW.  Day escaped from his captors but
					was recaptured several days later and remained POW until being
					released Mar 14, 1973.  Presented with Medal of Honor in 1976.
				3956 to MASDC Jun 27, 1979 as FE554.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 402
				3957 (MSN 243-233) to Turkish AF Feb 16, 1973 as 56-3957
				3958 (MSN 243-234) to Turkish AF Nov 11, 1977 as 56-3958
				3959 (614th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by small arms fire 5 mi Sw of Can Tho City, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam
					Feb 17, 1968.  Crew ejected and were rescued.
				3961 (MSN 243-237) to Royal Danish AF Mar 1, 1974 as 63961, code GT-961.  W/o Sep 8, 1981 in landing at 
					Skrydstrup AB.  Stored Vandel AB.
				3962 to MASDC Feb 23, 1977 as FE322.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 404
				3963 (MSN 243-239) to Turkish AF Jul 5, 1974 as 56-3963.  W/o May 29, 1975.
				3965 (MSN 243-241) to Turkish AF Dec 1, 1958 as 56-3965
				3966 (MSN 243-242) to Turkish AF Oct 18, 1958 as 56-3966.  W/o Sep 21, 1978.
				3967 (MSN 243-243) to Turkish AF Dec 1, 1968 as 56-3967.  Seen in a Turkish junkyard
				3968 to Taiwan as 0001.  On display at Kangshan Museum
				3969 (MSN 243-245) to Turkish AF Oct 18, 1958 as 56-3969
				3970 (MSN 243-246) to Turkish AF Jan 11, 1970 as 56-3970
				3971 (MSN 243-247) to MASDC Oct 30, 1972.  To Royal Danish AF Mar 1, 1974 as 63971, code GT-971.  
					WFU Aug 12, 1982.  Converted to QF-100F.  Registered N3251U to Flight Systems Oct 1982.
					To Tracor in 1983 as N3251U Oct 25, 1982, to N419FS Sep 1983.  To BAE Systems Flight Systems as N419FS
					Dec 27, 1991.  Registered N419FS to Big Sky Warbirds Jun 12, 2003, current
				3975 (416th TFS, 31st TFW) hit by AAA while flying Misty FAC mission near Ban Tok SE of Saravan, Saravane
					Province, Laos Jan 18, 1970.  Crew ejected 25 mi NE of  Saravan, Laos and were rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3976 (MSN 243-252) to Turkish AF Oct 18, 1958 as 56-3976.  W/o 1976 at Incirlik
				3977 (MSN 243-253) to Republic of China AF as 63977, code 0002.  w/o 5/27/76.
				3978 (MSN 243-254) to Republic of China AF as 63978, code 0003.  w/o 8/28/76.  
				3979 (MSN 243-255) to Republic of China AF as 63979, code 0004.  w/o 8/4/60.
				3980 (352nd TFS, 35th TFW) hit by ground fire near DCam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam May 2, 1967.
					Both crew ejected over South China Sea and were rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3982 to MASDC Mar 31, 1978 as FE374.  Was at Rusty Allen Airport, Lago Vista, TX in fairly bad shape.  
					Seen on display 2008 at Big Spring, Texas airport.
				3984 to MASDC May 29, 1979.  Converted to QF-100F
				3987 (MSN 243-263) to Republic of China AF as 63987, code 0005.  On display at Chiayl.
				3988 (MSN 243-264) to Republic of China AF as 63988, code 0006.
				3989 (MSN 243-265) to Turkish AF Oct 18, 1958 as 56-3989
				3990 to MASDC Oct 1, 1979 as FE0618.  Now on display at Burnet, Texas with 69-990 on its tail.  
				3991 (20th TFW/55th TFS) crashed Jan 15, 1963 near Gosfield, England.  One crewman ejected and survived, but
					it seems that the pilot did not eject and stayed with the plane long enough to steer it
					away from the village of Gosfield.  Pilot was killed.  There is a memorial to the pilot in the village 
					playing field.
				3992 (MSN 243-268) to Turkish AF Nov 11, 1977 as 56-3992.
				3993 part of static display at Higland Lakes CAF, Burnet, TX.
				3994 to MASDC Sep 26, 1979 as FE611.  Converted to QF-100F
				3995 (612th TFS, 37th TFW) hit by ground fire near Ban Tok, Sekong Province, Laos Jan 12, 1969.
					Cre ejected 30 mi W of Da Nang, South Vietnam and were rescued.
				3996 (MSN 243-272) to MASDC Oct 30, 1972.  To Royal Danish AF Mar 26, 1974 as 63996, code GT-996.  WFU Aug 11, 1982. 
					Registered N3251S to Flight Systems Oct 1982.   To Tracor Flight Systems in 1982, registered as 
					N3251S Oct 25,1982, later as N418FS Mar 1983.  registered N418FS to BAE Systems Flight Systems Dec 30, 1991.
					Registered N418FS to Big Sky Warbirds Jun 12, 2003, current.
				3997 (MSN 243-273) to Turkish AF Oct 18, 1958 as 56-3997
				3998 (MSN 243-274) to Turkish AF Oct 6, 1958 as 56-3998
				3999 (MSN 243-275) to Turkish AF Jan 16, 1959 as 56-3999
				4001 to MASDC Sep 28, 1979 as FE612.  Converted to QF-100F drone no. 407
				4002 crashed at Misawa AB, Japan Feb 25, 1959.  Both pilots ejected safely.  Also listed as being hit by ground
					fire while flying close air support mission 12 mi N of Vinh Long city, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam
					Jul 1, 1967.  Able to make it to Bien Hoa but on landing rolled over in a drainage ditch.  Pilot survived but
					rear seat was fatally injured.
				4005 (612th TFS, 37th TFW) shot down by AAA while flying Misty FAC mission over Annamite Mountains 25 mi W of
					Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Dec 20, 1967.  Both crew ejected and became POW.
				4006 (834th AD, 366th TFW) crashed into sea 20 miles from Bermuda Nov 22, 1958.  Part of an 8-ship formation 
					en-route Shaw AFB to Turkey; unable to take on fuel east of Bermuda, diverted back to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 
					but ran out of fuel.
				4007 (MSN 243-283) to Turkish AF Dec 1, 1958 as 56-4007
				4008 (MSN 243-284) to French AF as 64008.  w/o Jul 10, 1964
				4009 (MSN 243-285) to French AF as 64009, code 3-IX.  Returned to USAF
				4014 (MSN 243-290) to French AF as 64014, code GT-015.  Noted Jun 20, 2004 in Flugausstellung Junior, Hermeskeil,
					Germany painted as 56-3944 and with tail unit from 54-2136.
				4015 (MSN 243-291) to Royal Danish AF May 16, 1959 as 64015, code GT-015.  W/o Mar 20, 1970 at Karup AB.
				4017 (MSN 243-293) to French AF as 64017.  Stored at the Musée du Château de Savigny, Savigny-Les-Beaune
				4018 (MSN 243-294) to Royal Danish AF May 16, 1959 as 64018, code GT-018.  W/o Feb 21, 1973 at Mon.
				4019 (MSN 243-295) to Royal Danish AF May 16, 1959 as 63927, code GT-927.  WFU Jan 25, 1982.  To 
					Turkish AF Jan 26, 1982 as 56-4019.  W/o Feb 11, 1982 in midair collision with F-100D 54-2270 10 km 
					S of Ergani, Diyarbakir, Turkey.  Pilots safely ejected.
56-4020/4021		Hiller H-23C Raven  
				to Spain under MDAP as Z.6-1/Z.6-2
				4020 to Spain under MDAP as Z.6-1.  To civil registry as N6942.
				4021 to Spain under MDAP as Z.6-2.  Preserved at Florence, Spain
56-4022			Bell X-14
				To NASA as 243 in 1959.  Redesignated X-14A in 1962.  Converted to X-14B in
					1971.  Later to NASA as N704NA.  To Fort Rucker, AL for display.
					By 1996 had left Fort Rucker and was at the Ropkey Armour Museum near Indianapolis
56-4023/4026		Aero Commander L-26C
				Redesignated U-9C in 1962
				4023 (MSN 680-332-25) by 1982 had been retired and acquired by
					Everett Community College, WA.
				4024 (MSN 680-334-27)
				4025 (MSN 680-340-33) crashed at LaGrange, GA May 24, 1966.
				4026 (MSN 680-244-36) in 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL.
					In 1994 reported displayed in military museum at Kenosha, WI.
					In 2008 was at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
56-4027/4033		Boeing IM-99 Bomarc missiles
				4032 on dispaly Nov 1979 in USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
56-4034/4038		Cessna L-19E Bird Dog
				MSN 24601/24605.  Sold to Canada as 16717/16721
				4034 (MSN 24601) to RCAF as 16717, later reserialed 119717.  TO C-FTGN Jun 11, 1970
				4035 (MSN 24602) to RCAF as 16718.  To C-FAPM Aug 15, 1969, to N5205G, to N143F.
				4036 (MSN 24603) to RCAF as 16719.  W/o Apr 14, 1966 in Europe
				4037 (MSN 24604) to RCAF as 16720, later reserialed 119720.  In Atlantic Canada Aviation
					Museum, Halifax, NS. 
				4038 (MSN 24605) to RCAF as 16721.  WFU Sep 2, 1964.  Became instructional airframe until Jul 1971.
					Registered C-FTAL and still active
56-4039/4044		Beech L-23E Seminole
				MSN DH-77/82.  Redesignated U-8E in 1962.
				4039,4041,4043,4044 converted to U-8G.
				4039 to MASDC as UB027 Jul 17, 1978, to Navy registry as 3U002 Nov 12, 1980
				4044 to MASDC as UB008 Apr 27, 1978, to Navy registry as 3U0003 Nov 12, 1980
56-4045/4052		Lockheed X-7
				Unmanned ramjet test vehicle.  Redesignated X-7A in 1962.
56-4053/4056		Lockheed XQ-5 drones
56-4057/4115		Ryan Q-2A drones
56-4116/4160		North American F-86K Sabre
				MSN 242-1/45.  Assembled by Fiat from NAA-built components.
				4116/4144 to Germany
					4116 (MSN 242-1, JE+237, JD+237, JD+337) later transferred to Venezuela
						as FAV 0050.  Noted WFU 1990
					4117 (MSN 242-2, JE+107, JD+107, JD+307) later transferred to Venezuela
					4118 (MSN 242-3, JE+108, JD+108, JD+308) later transferred to Venezuela
						as FAV 0059.  Noted WFU Oct 1990
					4119 (MSN 242-4, JE+109, JD+109, JD+309) later transferred to
						Venezuelan AF as FAV 0063.  Also reported as having been
						w/o May 3, 1962 in midair collision with JD-103 (56-4133) while landing at Neuburg Fliegerhorst.  
						Both pilots killed
					4120 (MSN 242-5, JE+110, JD+110, JD+310)
					4121 (MSN 242-6, JE+118, JD+118, JD+318) later transferred to Venezuela
					4122 (MSN 242-7, JE+119, JD+119, JD+319) later transferred to Venezuela
					4123 (MSN 242-8, JE+111, JD+111, JD+311) later transferred to Venezuela
					4124 (MSN 242-9, JE+120, JD+120, JD+320) later transferred to Venezuela as FAV0132
					4125 (MSN 242-10, JE+121, JD+121, JD+321) later transferred to Venezuela
						as FAV 0145.  Noted WFU Oct 1990
					4126 (MSN 242-11, JE+122, JD+122, JD+322) later transferred to Venezuela
					4128 (MSN 242-13, JE+124, JD+124, JD+324) later transferred to Venezuela
						as FAV 0375. Noted WFU Oct 1990
					4129 (MSN 242-14, JE+105, JD+105, JD+305) later transferred to Venezuela
					4130 (JD 101) crshed into house in village of Strass, 10 km W of Neuburg Oct 30, 1963.  Pilot ejected
						to safety, but four civilians killed and 11 injured.
					4131 (MSN 242-16, JE+238, JD+238, JD+338) later transferred to Venezuela
						as FAV 0597.  Noted preserved at Mariscal Sucre AF, Boca del Rio
					4132 (MSN 242-17, JE/JD+127, later JD+102, uncertain) later transferred to Venezuela
						as FAV 0389.  Noted preserved Oct 1986 at Museo del FAV,
						Maracay AB
					4133 (JD 103) and 4119 (JD 109) w/o May 3, 1962 in mid-air collision while landing at Neuburg Fliegerhorst.  
						Both pilots killed.
					4133 (MSN 242-18, JE+128, JD+128, JD+328)--conflict with above    
					4134 (MSN 242-19, JE+231, JD+231, JD+331) later transferred to Venezuela as FAV0722
					4135 (MSN 242-20, JE+232, JD+232, JD+332) later transferred to Venezuela as FAV0748
					4136 (MSN 242-21, JE+233, JD+233, JD+333) later transferred to Venezuela as FAV0807
					4137 (MSN 242-22, JE+234, JD+234, JD+334) later transferred to Venezuela as FAV0881
					4138 (MSN 242-23, JE+235, JD+235, JD+335) later transferred to Venezuela as FAV0923
					4139 (MSN 242-24, JE+236, JD+236, JD+336) later transferred to Venezuela
						as FAV 0926.  Noted WFU Oct 1990
					4140 (MSN 242-25, BB+701, JE+106, JD+106, JD+306) later transferred to Venezuela as FAV 0931.  
					4141 (MSN 242-26, JE+239, JD+239, JD+339) later transferred to Venezuela as FAV0943
					4142 (MSN 242-27, JE+240, JD+240, JD+340) later transferred to Venezuela
						as FAV 0960
					4143 (MSN 242-28, JE+241, JD+241, JD+341) later transferred to Venezuela
						as FAV 0967
					4144 (MSN 242-29, JE+242, JD+242, JD+342) later transferred to Venezuela
						as FAV 0977
				4145 to Germany as non-flying spare.  To Oberpfaffenhausen for storage May 5, 1958.
					DBR in ground accident Dec 7, 1960 and used for spares.
				4146/4160 to Germany
					4146 (MSN 242-31, JE+243, JD+243, JD+343) later transferred to Venezuela as FAV0984
					4147 (MSN 242-32, JE+244, JD+244, JD+344) later transferred to Venezuela as FAV0991
					4148 (MSN 242-33, JE+112, JD+112, JD+312) later transferred to Venezuela
					4149 (MSN 242-34, JE+245, JD+245, JD+345) later transferred to Venezuela as FAV1011
					4150 (MSN 242-35, JE+246, JD+246, JD+346) later transferred to Venezuela
						as FAV 1014
					4151 (MSN 242-36, JE+247, JD+247, JD+347) later transferred to Venezuela
						as FAV 1107
					4152 (MSN 242-37, JE+248, JD+248, JD+348) later transferred to Venezuela as FAV1130
					4153 (MSN 242-38, JE+113, JD+113, JD+313) later transferred to Venezuela as FAV1135
					4154 (MSN 242-39, JE+114, JD+114, JD+314) later transferred to Venezuela as FAV2166
					4155 (MSN 242-40, JE+115, JD+115, JD+315) later transferred to Venezuela as FAV4341
					4156 (MSN 242-41, JE+117, JD+117, JD+317) later transferred to Venezuela
						as FAV 5610.  Noted preserved May 1998 at Mariscal Sucre AF
					4157 (MSN 242-42, JE+116, JD+116, JD+316) w/o Nov 24, 1964 at Moegglingen
					4158 (MSN 242-43, JE+249, JD+249, JD+349) later transferred to Venezuela
						as FAV 5627.  Noted Oct 1990 as gate guard at Teniente Vicente 
						Landaeta AB, Barquisimeto.
					4159 (MSN 242-44, JE+250, JD+250, JD+350)later transferred to Venezuela as FAV 6422
					4160 (MSN 242-45, JE+251, JD+251, JD+351) later transferred to Venezuela
						as FAV 9003.  
56-4161/4235		Cessna L-19E Bird Dog  
				Redesignated O-1E in 1962.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				4164 to N6234
				4172 to South Vietnam AF
				4173 to US Navy as OE-1 BuNo 144663
				4174 to US Navy as OE-1 BuNo 144664
				4182 lost Feb 23, 1967 near Khe Shan, crew bailed out
				4184 lost Sep 10, 1966 and crashed off shore near Phu Hiep.  Crew killed.
				4188 lost Nov 23, 1966 S of Qui Nhon.  Crew rescued.
				4189 lost Nov 22, 2970 due to accidental control failure.  Crew survived.
				4196 (MSN 23841) on display as 1358 at Royal Thai Army Camp Bang Khaen
				4201 (504th TASG, 22nd TASS) destroyed by VC shelling at Binh Thuy, SVN Feb 4, 1968
				4202 (19th TASS) damaged in midair collision in South Vietnam Mar 23, 1968.
				4207 shot down Nov 4, 1968 in South Vietnam
				4208 on display at Commando Air Park, Hurlburt Field Memorial Air Park, FL in 1973
				4211 to Royal Thai AF
				4215 to Royal Thai AF
				4223 (504th TASG, 20th TASS) destroyed by VC in shelling and rocket attack at Da Nang, SVN Jan 31, 1968.
				4229 (MSN 23890) to MASDC Jun 28, 1971.  To Royal Thai AF, to Royal Thai Army. 
				4231 (MSN 23892) to MASDC Jun 28, 1971.  To Royal Thai AF. 
				4232 (MSN 23893) to MASDC Apr 26, 1971
				4233 (MSN 23894) to MASDC Apr 26, 1971
56-4236/4245		Cessna YH-41 Seneca
				MSN 45005/45014
				Redesignated NH-41A.
				4244 on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
56-4246/4283		Sikorsky H-19D-4-SI Chickasaw
				For US Army.  Redesignated UH-19D in 1962.  MSNs and delivery dates from Helis.com
				4246 (MSN 551094) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 16, 1957.  To Spanish AF as Z.1A-7
				4247 (MSN 551106) delivered to US Army Aviation Jun 27, 1957.  To Spanish AF
				4248 (MSN 551118) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 31, 1957
				4249 (MSN 551119) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 26, 1957  To MASDC as XB006, to civilian registry as N37790
					with Orlando Helicopter Airways May 20, 1974.  Cancelled on export to Mexico Nov 28, 1979.  Reported
					stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
				4250 (MSN 551120) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 26, 1957.  Malfunction of the radio compass caused a landing
					in East Germany in 1958.  Occupants taken prisoner for 6 weeks.  Status of aircraft not known.
				4251 (MSN 551121) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 31, 1957.  Registered N75214, expired Sep 30, 2013.
					Airesearch TSE331 engine installed.
				4252 (MSN 551127) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 27, 1957.  To Pakistan AF as 56-4252.
				4253 (MSN 551128) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 30, 1957.  To Pakistan AF as 56-4253
				4254 (MSN 551129) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 19, 1957.  gutted remains are in a private collection in Ohio
				4255 (MSN 551130) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 19, 1957.  Registered N31611, converted to civilian use by
					Orlando Helicopter Airways, Florida.  Expired Feb 28, 2014.
				4256 (MSN 551137) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 30, 1957.  Registered N5995 Jan 21 Jan 1972, cancelled
					Feb 1, 2013.
				4257 (MSN 551138) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 30, 1957
				4258 (MSN 551139) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 31, 1957
				4259 (MSN 551140) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 30, 1957.  To United Nations as ONU-64259 in 
					Jul 1960 for use in Congo.  Possibly donated to Ghana AF after use by UNO
				4260 (MSN 551147) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 21, 1957
				4261 (MSN 551148) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 25, 1957  Noted at Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA as N6704. 
					Cancelled on export to To New Zealand Jul 21, 1993 as ZK-HSB.  Airframe with serial 55-1148 reported stored
					2010 in Pennsylvania.
				4262 (MSN 551149) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 27, 1957.  To United Nations as ONU 64262 Jul 1960 for use 
					in Congo.  Possibly donated to Ghana AF after use by UNO.
				4263 (MSN 551150) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 27, 1957.  Registered N8824 to Indian Hills Community
					College Nov 1, 1972, cancelled Jul 29, 1983.
				4264 (MSN 551157) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 28, 1957.  Registered N43842 to Carson Services Dec 13, 1976.
					Noted at Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA as N43842.  Registration expired Jun 30, 2013.
				4265 (MSN 551158) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 28, 1957.  to United Nations as ONU-64265 Jul 1960 for use 
					in Congo.  Donated to Ghana AF after use by UNO.
				4266 (MSN 551131) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 31, 1957.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 8507.  WFU Jun 6, 1969
				4267 (MSN 551132) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 31, 1957.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 8504.  W/o Oct 25, 1960
				4268 (MSN 551141) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 31, 1957.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 8505.  WFU Jun 6, 1969
				4269 (MSN 551142) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 31, 1957.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 8506.  WFU Jun 6, 1969
				4270 (MSN 551151) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 27, 1957
				4271 (MSN 551152) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 29, 1957.  To Turkish AF as 56-4271.
				4272 (MSN 551159) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 28, 1957
				4273 (MSN 551160) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 28, 1958
				4274 (MSN 551161) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 28, 1958.  To Hellenic AF as 56-4274
				4275 (MSN 551162) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 5, 1958.  To Hellenic AF as 56-4275
				4276 (MSN 551167) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 12, 1958.  To Hellenic AF as 56-4276
				4277 (MSN 551168) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 13, 1958.  To Hellenic AF as 56-4277
				4278 (MSN 551169) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 31, 1958.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 4278, coded HA-A and 
					w/o in 1962
				4279 (MSN 551170) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 31, 1958  To Royal Norwegian AF as 4279, coded HA-B, to 
					instructional airframe.  Now on display as HA-B at Norwegian Armed Forces Aircraft Collection/Forsvarets
					Flysamling Gardermoen, at Oslo, Norway.
				4280 (MSN 551176) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 28, 1958.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 4280, coded HA-C.  
					WFU in 1967
				4281 (MSN 551177) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 28, 1958.  to Royal Norwegian AF as 4281, coded HA-D.  WFU in 1967.
					Registered N3781, cancelled Jun 4, 2012.  N3781 had previously been registered as H-19D 55-2277, cancelled
					Jun 12, 1976.
				4282 (MSN 551178) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 12, 1958
				4283 (MSN 551179) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 28, 1958.  On display at Korean Aerospace Industry Aerospace 
					Museum, Sacheon AFB.
56-4284/4342		Sikorsky H-34A Choctaw
				Some converted to H-34B and H-34C.  Redesignated CH-34A,CH-34B,CH-34C in 1962.
				4284 (MSN 58-616) to MASDC as XJ178 Jun 4, 1973.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4285 (MSN 58-617) to MASDC as XJ127 Au 28, 1972, then 3H0262.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4826 (MSN 58-618) to MASDC as XJ135 Oct 6, 1972.
				4287 (MSN 58-619) to MASDC as XJ166 Jan 26, 1973.   noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4288 (MSN 58-624) 
				4289 (MSN 58-625) to Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department as N74164
				4290 (MSN 58-626) to MASDC as XJ161 Jan 24, 1973.
				4291 (MSN 58-627) to civil registraty as N37736.
				4292 (MSN 58-628) crashed Apr 1966.
				4293 (MSN 58-642) to MASDC as XJ019 Jan 26, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4294 (MSN 58-644) to MASDC as XJ167 Feb 26, 1973.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4295 (MSN 58-645) to MASDC as XJ054 Mar 2, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4926 (MSN 58-651) to MASDC as XJ085 May 1, 1972
				4297 (MSN 58-652) to MASDC as XJ030 Feb 23, 1972.
				4298 (MSN 58-660D) to MASDC as XJ139 Oct 14, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4299 (MSN 58-661) to MASDC as XJ003 Dec 10, 1971.
				4300 (MSN 58-662) crashed Sep 1969
				4301 (MSN 58-663) to MASDC as XJ076 Mar 19, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4302 (MSN 58-664) to MASDC as XJ051 Mar 22, 1972.
				4303 (MSN 58-671) to MASDC as XJ156 Dec 13, 1972.
				4304 (MSN 58-672)
				4305 (MSN 58-673) to civil registry as N48143 and later C-GRNW
				4306 (MSN 58-674) to MASDC as XJ168 Jan 26, 1973.
				4307 (MSN 58-675) to civil registry as N45726.
				4308 (MSN 58-683) to civil registry as N9928.
				4309 (MSN 58-684) to MASDC as XJ082 Apr 28, 1972.
				4310 (MSN 58-685) to MASDC as XJ049 Mar 22, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4311 (MSN 58-686) to MASDC as 3H263 May 2, 1972.
				4312 (MSN 58-687) to MASDC as XJ191 Nov 6, 1974.  To Nicaraguan AF as FAN518, then to 
					Sandinista AF as FAS-51.  Sold as scrap.
				4313 (MSN 58-702) to MASDC as XJ144 Nov 7, 1972.  To Nicaraguan AF as FAN522.
				4314 (MSN 58-703) to MASDC as XJ086 May 1, 1972.
				4315 (MSN 58-704)
				4316 (MSN 58-711) to MASDC as XJ165 Jan 26, 1972, then renumbered 3H0264 
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				4317 (MSN 58-714) to MASDC as XJ170 Feb 12, 1973.
				4318 (MSN 58-716) to MASDC as XJ119 Aug 28, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4319 (MSN 58-717) to MASDC as XJ094 May 8, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4320 (MSN 58-718) converted to VH-34A "Army One".  Now on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
				4321 (MSN 58-719) to MASDC as XJ190 Nov 4, 1974.  To Nicaraguan AF as FAN517.  W/o Sep 7, 1976.
				4322 (MSN 58-720) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Apr 30, 1969.
				4323 (MSN 58-728) crashed near Crawley, Winchester, UK May 6, 1968 while enroute
					from Southampton to RAF Northolt.  All five onboard killed.
				4324 (MSN 58-732) to Vietnam AF.  Lost in Laos Feb 28, 1970.
				4325 (MSN 58-733) to MASDC as XJ110 Jul 10, 1972, then renumbered 3H0265. noted in surplus 
					yard near AMARC 8/29/2001.
				4326 (MSN 58-734) to MASDC as XJ097 Apr 23, 1972.  then renumbered 3H0266.
				4327 (MSN 58-735) to civil registry as N27AR.
				4328 (MSN 58-736) to MASDC as XJ121 Aug 29, 1972, then renumbered 3H0267.
				4329 (MSN 58-737)
				4330 (MSN 58-738) crashed Oct 1972.  Reported on civil registry as N62CH, then OB-T-997, then
					basck to N62CH, then N438DS.
				4331 (MSN 58-739) to civil registry as N9929.
				4332 (MSN 58-747) 
				4333 (MSN 58-756) to civil registry as N62243
				4334 (MSN 58-757) crashed Feb 1967.
				4335 (MSN 58-758) to MASDC as XJ029 Feb 23, 1972.
				4336 (MSN 58-763) 
				4337 (MSN 58-764D) to MASDC as XJ036 Mar 3, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4338 (MSN 58-765)
				4339 (MSN 58-771) seen at DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				4340 (MSN 58-772) to MASDC as XJ098 May 24, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4341 (MSN 58-773) to MASDC as XJ183 Jun 25, 1973.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4342 (MSN 58-774) crashed Sep 1969.
56-4343/4354		Vertol H-21C Shawnee
				MSN C.323/C.334).  For US Army.  Redesignated CH-21C in 1962.
				4343 (MSN C.323) became CAF 9643 May 1956, registration CF-CMV reserved for Skyrotors LTD in 1970 but 
					not taken up.  Was at MASDC by 1969 and at Desert Air Parts, Tucson, AZ
					by Oct 1973.
				4344 (MSN C.324) became CAF 9642 May 1956, registration CF-CMU reserved for Skyrotors Ltd in 1970 but
					not taken up.
				4345 to MASDC
				4353 stored at El Dorado Aircraft Supplies
				4354 to MASDC 
56-4355/4368		Fairchild C-123B-17-FA Provider
				MSN 20239/20252
				4355 (MSN 20239) may have been given to CIA for operations from Taiwan over Chinese mainland.
				4356 (MSN 20340) may have been given to CIA for operations from Taiwan over Chinese mainland..
					Crashed Jun 27, 1965 or Aug 31, 1965.
				4357 (MSN 20241) to Coast Guard as HC-123B 4357 10/29/1958. To MASDC Jun 12, 1972, but
					returned to USAF 5/22/1972.  Back to MASDC as CP036 
					6/20/1975.  Sold to Mancro and left MASDC Jun 1, 1979.  Fitted with Allison T56-A-7 turbines and
					designated C-123T.  Flew Oct 24, 1980. with Royal Thai AF markings.  Put back in storage at MASDC and the
					new engines were removed.  To commercial registry as N6828 Dec 17, 1998, but still remained in storage.
					Provider Aviation Services wanted to restart the C-123T project, but this project was later abandoned. 
					Sat around in Hamilton's yard at Tucson airport since 1987.
				4358 (MSN 20242) to Coast Guard as HC-123B 4358 1/11/1959.  Returned to USAF 3/31/1972 and 
					delivered to Royal Thai AF.
				4359 (MSN 20243) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF.
				4360 (MSN 20244) 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.
				4361 (MSN 20245) converted to C-123K.  to MASDC as CP080 7/12/1982.  Re-registered
					as MC0003 to US State Department in 1994. Sold to GSA/PMB Sales in 1997.  Now
					on display at Wendover, UT airport.  Was use as ground stand-in for the movie
					"Conair"
				4362 (MSN 20246) converted to UC-123B and then to UC-123K defoliant aircraft.  Now on 
					display at WPAFB Museum.  Named *Patches* due to all the shrapnel it absorbed in Vietnam.
				4363 (MSN 20247) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF.
				4364 (MSN 20248) w/o Oct 29, 1962 in crash at Dak To, SVN with 464TCW when landed at wrong airstrip.
				4365 (MSN 20249) To Air America as 365 May 19, 1964 but NTU and was retained by USAF. converted to C-123K in 1968.  
					To VNAF Sep 14, 1971, then to Philippine AF.  WFU Dec 1980
				4366 (MSN 20250) crashed into hillside on flight from Tan Son Nhut, SVN whil with 777 TCS/464TCW Jul 15, 1962.
				4367 (MSN 20251) belly-landed at Tau Tieng, SVN after being hit by small arms fire Nov 26, 1966 while
					with 464 TCW.
				4368 (MSN 20252) overran runway at Hipp Khanh, SVN while with 464 TCW Apr 20, 1962.
56-4369/4380		Fairchild C-123B-18-FA Provider
				MSN 20253/20264
				4369 (MSN 20253) crash-landed in SVN while with 315 ACG Jan 4, 1966.
				4370 (MSN 20254) converted to C-123K, later to UC-123K.  While on herbicide mission crashed into forest 
					between Bien Hoa and Vung Tau, SVN while with 464TCW Feb 2, 1962. 
				4371 (MSN 20255) converted to C-123K, then to UC-123K.  To MASDC as CP023 Jul 6, 1970.
					Restored to service in 1973.  To MASDC as CP082 Jul 27, 1982.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				4372 (MSN 20256) destroyed Jan 4, 1967 in landing accident in SVN while with 19ACS/315ACW.
				4373 (MSN 20257 converted to C-123K then UC-123K.  Crashed at Phan Rang, SVN Feb 10, 1971 
					while with 310TAS/315ACW.  All 5 onboard killed.
				4374 (MSN 20258) converted to C-123K.  To Air America as 374 Oct 25, 1965.  Returned to USAF Apr 28, 1967.
					Shot down by SAM over Laos Feb 9, 1973. The pilots was killed in the crash, one kicker jumped without
					parachute and another kicker escaped with parachute.
				4375 (MSN 20259) to US Coast Guard as HC-123B 4375.  Returned to USAF as C-123K.
					Converted to VC-123K in 1968.  Was General Westmoreland's personal transport in Vietnam. 
					Transferred to Reserves as UC-123K. To MASDC Apr 16, 1970, but returned to service. 
					Retired to MASDC as CP059 on September 9, 1981.  To El 
					Salvador Mar 29, 1984 as FAES 122.  Currently in storage at 
					Ilopango AB near San Salvador.
				4376 (MSN 20260) struck high ground near Tuy Hoa, SVN Dec 11, 1965 
					while with 315 ACG, 19th ACS.  85 killed.
				4377 (MSN 20261) converted to C-123K.   MAP to South Vietnam AF SEp 2, 1971 as 64377.  To Cambodian AF Sep 1973.  
					W/o Feb 23, 1974 at Kompong Thom, Cambodia
				4378 (MSN 20262) converted to UC-123B.  Damaged by small arms fire 3 m N of Tam Ky, SVN Jun 18, 1966 
					while with 309ACS/315ACW on defoliation mission.  Must have been repaired since was converted to C-123K
					and went to Cambodian AF as 56-4378 in 1974.  May have been captured by Khmer Rouge Apr 18, 1975.
				4379 (MSN 20263) hit mountains S of Pleiku, SVN Jun 11, 1965 while attempting supply drop in
					bad weather while with 310ACS/315ACG.
				4380 (MSN 20264) crashed at Nakhon Phanom, Thailand while with 777TCS/464TCW Apr 12, 1963.  The left wing
					hit a house while the aircraft was attempting to snare a red flag on top of a flagpole
56-4381/4396		Fairchild C-123B-19-FA Provider
				MSN 20265/20280
				4381 (MSN 20265) damaged beyond repair Oct 30, 1965 in aborted takeoff in SVN while with 315 ACG.
				4382 (MSN 20266) destroyed on ground by VC mortar attack on Tan Son Nhut, SVN Apr 13, 1966.  Was with 315ACW
				4383 (MSN 20267) veered off runway landing at Gia Vuc, SVN while with 315TCG Jul 23, 1964.  Reverse pitch
					mechanism failed on one propeller
				4384 converted to C-123K.  To MASDC Jul 8, 1970.  Returned to service.
				4385 (MSN 20269) shot down by ground fire S of Saigon, SVN Oct 24, 1963 while on flare dropping
					mission with 315TCG.
				4386 (MSN 20270) converted to C-123K.  To Air America as 386 Jul 1, 1970, to Laotian AF Jun 1973.  The aircraft
					preserved at War Memorial Museum in Seoul, Korea is probably 56-4389.
				4387 (MSN 20271) converted to C-123K.  MAP to South Vietnam AF sep 12, 1971 as 64387.  To Cambodian AF as 56-4387
					 Aug 1973.  May have been captured by Khmer Rouge Apr 18, 1975.
				4388 (MSN 20272) converted to C-123J.  Crashed into Valdez Bay, Alaska April
					1964.  All aboard killed.
				4389 (MSN 20273) converted to C-123J.  To MASDC as CP040 1/21/1976.  To Republic
					of Korea AF 1977.  Preserved at War Memorial Museum, Seoul/Yongsan
				4390 (MSN 20274) converted to C-123J.  To US Dept of Interior as N4390E 1985.
					Preserved at Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, Anchorage, AK.  Currently
					belongs to Allwest Freight.
				4391 (MSN 20275) converted to C-123J.  to MASDC as CP039 12/19/1975.  To Republic
					of Korea AF 1977.  Crashed May 31, 1982.  All 53 onboard killed.
				4392 converted to C-123J.  to MASDC as CP042 3/23/1976.  To Republic
					of Korea AF 1977
				4393 converted to C-123J.  To MASDC as CP038 12/19/1975.  To Republic
					of Korea AF 1977.
				4394 converted to C-123J.  To MASDC as CP041 1/21/1976.  To Republic
					of Korea AF 1977.
				4395 converted to C-123J.  To US Department of the Interior as N4393E
					in 1976.  Preserved at Kulis ANGB, AK.  By 2011, moved to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, 176th Wing, Alaska ANG.
				4396 converted to C-123J.  To MASDC as CP043 3/23/1976.  To 
					Republic of Korea AF 1977.  Never delivered to VNAF as has been reported
					in some references.
56-4397/4447		de Havilland Canada L-20A Beaver
				For US Army.  Designated U-6A in 1962.
				4397 (MSN 983/1635) MAP transfer to Republic of Korea AF AS 64397
				4398 (MSN 1091/1681) to C-GPAM May 1987.
				4399 (MSN 1096/1685) delivered Jun 22, 1957.  to C-GQKS
				4400 (MSN 1101/1688) delivered Jun 4, 1957.  To 5A-DBH registered to Mobil Oil, C-GUOY
				4401 (MSN 1104/1690) delivered Jun 13, 1957
				4402 (MSN 1105/1691)
				4403 (MSN 1109/1694) delivered Jun 1, 1957.  To C-GDYT
				4404 (MSN 1113/1697)
				4405 (MSN 1115/1698) delivered Apr 2, 1957.  To N47794, N741RS
				4406 (MSN 1117/1700) delivered Jul 11, 1957.  To MASDC Mar 22, 1972 to Jul 24, 1975.  To N48116, N87GM, N59SS
				4407 (MSN 1119/1702) delivered Jul 8, 1957.  To MASDC Feb 27, 1972 to Feb 6, 1976.  To N67680, N178RM
				4408 (MSN 1122/1704) delivered Jul 12, 1957.  To MASDC Jan 14, 1972 to Apr 10, 1975
				4409 (MSN 1124/1706) delivered Aug 1, 1957.  To N9751F, C-GUBS
				4410 (MSN 1127/1708) dlivered Jul 23, 1957.  To N1018N, N340KA.  Crashed Jul 31, 2007 when it hit the water near
'					Victoria, British Columbia, Canada while maneuvering for landing near a fishing vessel.
				4411 (MSN 1130/1710) delivered Jul 23, 1957.  To C-GAQJ
				4412 (MSN 1132/1712) delivered Aug 2, 1957.  To C-GUJX.  Crashed Jun 30, 2011 at Buss Lake, Saskatchewan
				4413 (MSN 1134/1714) delivered Sep 4, 1957.  To N775E, cancelled Apr 8, 1977, C-GMAU registered Jul 1977.
				4414 (MSN 1136/1716) delivered Sep 30, 1957.  To N4414W, C-GDWT
				4415 (MSN 1138/1718)
				4416 (MSN 1140/1720) delivered Sep 12, 1957.  To MASDC Feb 21, 1972 to Mar 31, 1976.  To N1448Z, C-FLAN
				4417 (MSN 1142/1722) delivered Sep 12, 1957.  To N4747S, C-GMDM.  Destroyed by fire Jan 18, 1999 at Whitehorse,
					Yukon Territories.
				4418 (MSN 1144/1724)
				4419 (MSN 1146/1726) delivered Sep 16, 1957.  To MASDC Jan 24, 1972 to Feb 6, 1976.  To N67688
				4420 (MSN 1148/1728) delivered Sep 27, 1957.
				4421 (MSN 1150/1730) 
				4422 (MSN 1152/1732) delivered Oct 3, 1957.  to N16632, N7067 registered Jan 30, 1984 to Alaska Department of Fish
					and Game, Kodiak, Alaska, still current with same owner.
				4423 (MSN 1154/1734) delivered Oct 11, 1957.  To C-FDSB
				4424 (MSN 1156/1736) delivered Oct 16, 1957.  To MASDC as UD085 Mar 25, 1976.  To N81487, N96008 registered
					Apr 19, 1979 to Harris County Defense and Disaster Relief, cancelled Apr 4, 1983, N564RC
				4425 (MSN 1158/1738) delivered Nov 6, 1957.  To MASDC as UD077 Oct 23, 1975.  To civil registry as N215GB, 
					N215LU, later N67681
				4426 (MSN 1160/1740) to MASDC as UD055 Apr 23, 1974.  To N218GB
				4427 (MSN 1162/1742) delivered Nov 8, 1957.  To N197Z, N193Z
				4428 (MSN 1164/1744) delivered Nov 12, 1957.  To MASDC as UD080 Nov 13, 1975.  Became N81424, C-GRJE, N1453Z, 
					N62355. By 1998 was N72355 with Kenmore Air
				4429 (MSN 1166/1746)
				4430 (MSN 1168/1748) delivered Nov 28, 1957.  To MASDC Jan 13, 1972 to Feb 11, 1976.  To N9281Z, C-GNPQ, N57576
				4431 (MSN 1170/1750)
				4432 (MSN 1172/1752) delivered Nov 30, 1957.  Converted to RU-6A.  To MASDC Dec 10, 1971 to Jul 14, 1975.
					To N67058, N48227 registered Aug 28, 1975 to Pasco County Sheriff's Department, Dade City, FL,
					cancelled Dec 28, 1981 on export to Canada. To C-GNSI, N66KZ, N7333N registered Oct 28, 1988, current.
				4433 (MSN 1174/1754)
				4434 (MSN 1176/1756)
				4435 (MSN 1178/1758) delivered Jan 31, 1958.  Became N5329G, then C-GKKJ, then N481G.
					To Blueskyview Software Corp of Vancouver, BC Jul 19, 2007
					as C-FYRR.
				4436 (MSN 1180/1760) delivered Dec 20, 1957.  To MASDC as UD075 Sep 25, 1976.  To N3225F, N98JT, N9877R
				4437 (MSN 1182/1762) To MASDC Apr 18, 1972.  Registered N67690 Jul 21, 1976, cancelled Nov 3, 1977.  
					Crashed Aug 19, 1977 when struck catenary power lines of Amtrak railroad at Morrisville, Pennsylvania
				4438 (MSN 1184/1764) delivered Dec 24, 1957
				4439 (MSN 1186/1766)
				4440 (MSN 1188/1768)
				4441 (MSN 1190/1770)
				4442 (MSN 1192/1772) delivered Jan 30, 1958
				4443 (MSN 1193/1773) delivered Feb 21, 1958.  To MASDC Feb 21, 1972 to Feb 12, 1976.  To N3067F, C-GEZV, N454SP
				4444 (MSN 1194/1774)
				4445 (MSN 1195/1775)
				4446 (MSN 1196/1776) delivered Feb 12, 1958.  Served with Inter-American Geodetic Survey at Albook
					Field, Panama.  o HK-1041-X, HK-1041, CF-XPC registered May 1970, C-FXPC
				4447 (MSN 1197/1777) delivered Feb 21, 1958.  To MASDC May 10, 1972 to Mar 22, 1976.  To HK-1009, N68088
56-4448/6669		Missiles (Bell GAM-63) and Drones (Radioplane OQ-19D)
56-4448/4469		Bell GAM-63A-BC Rascal missiles
56-4470/6669		OQ-19D
56-6670/6672		North American X-15A
				6670 (MSN 240-1) on display at National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC.
				6671 (MSN 240-2) extensively damaged during emergency landing at Edwards AFB Nov 9, 1962 with John McKay at
					the controls.  Later modified as X-15A-2 - Now on display at WPAFB Museum.
				6672 (MSN 240-3) crashed Nov 15, 1967 at Edwards AFB when lost control during re-entry and was torn apart by aerodynamic
					forces.  Maj. Michael J. Adams killed.  Most of the wreckage was collected and 
					buried at an unknown location on EAFB.  Pieces of the ship can be seen at the
					Air Force Flight Test Center Museum at EAFB, the San Diego Aerospace Museum, and
					the Wing and a Prayer Cafe in Lancaster, CA.
					Aircraft with this serial on display at Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB
					and outside the NASA facility at Edwards AFB are both full-sized replicas.
56-6673/6674		Sikorsky H-19B-SI Chickasaw
				6673 (HH-19B) to French AF, to MASDC Oct 8, 1967
				6674 to French AF.
56-6675/6722		Lockheed U-2A
				Items 342/389
				Five modified WU-2As (Items 381-385) had dedicated gas and particulate sampling systems installed in the equipment
					bay and a hard nose containing a small intake valve assembly for the sampling mission.
				6681,6722 converted to WU-2A
				6682,6690,6701,6714,6721 converted to U-2B
				6680/6682,6691,6692,6701,6707,6714,1616,6721 converted to U-2C.
				6682,6714,6721 converted to U-2D
				6721 converted to WU-2D.
				6675 (Item 342) converted to U-2C then to U-2F.  Replaced Item 359 (56-6692) for Republic of China AF
					when it was returned to the factory.  Item 242 returned to US in late spring
					of 1965 upon return of Item 359.  Lost Feb 25, 1966 in California when broke
					up during hard pullup while leaving tanker.  Pilot survived.
				6676 (Item 343) shot down by SA-2 Oct 27, 1962 near Banes, Cuba.  Pilot Maj. Rudolf
					Anderson killed.  Parts of wreckage noted on display in Havana
					Jan 2001.  Engine still on display at Museo de la Revolucion, Havana in
					2009.
				6677 (Item 344) crashed Mar 1, 1962 at Edwards AFB, CA during aerial refuelling
					tests.  Pilot John A. Campbell killed.
				6678 (Item 345) crashed May 1956 at Groom (Dry) Lake Test Facility NV, 'The Ranch' when stalled and 
					crashed while trying to shake free a jammed pogo.  Pilot Wilburn S. Rose killed.
				6679 (Item 346) crashed Sep 17, 1956 in Germany, killing Agency pilot Howard Carey.
				6680 (Item 347) was first U-2 to overfly the USSR.  Converted to U-2F.
					Used in overflight of Cuba.  On display as U-2C at National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC.
				6681 (Item 348) converted to U-2G for aircraft carrier tests.  Converted to
					U-2C and transferred to NASA as 708.   Registered as N801X.
					Ferried to Taoyuan around June, 1964, and flown by Lockheed pilot, Bob Schumacher, as well as the 
					Chinese and CIA pilots on hand in a test program to cure a flameout problem that had developed 
					after a new fuel control had been installed in all the aircraft a few months earlier.  Later to N708NA.
					On display as U-2C at NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffet Field, California
				6682 (Item 349) converted to U-2G for aircraft carrier tests.  Converted to U-2C and transferred 
					to NASA as NASA 709.  On Apr 17/18, 1989 NASA pilots set time-to-climb records.  Now on display 
					at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia.
				6683 (Item 350) crashed off Key West, Florida after Cuban overflight Nov 20, 1963.
					Pilot Joe G. Hyde killed.
				6684 (Item 351) converted to U-2C by Jul 1959.  to Republic of China AF Jul 1960.  Lost Mar 19, 1961
					at Taoyuan, Taiwan when Republic of China AF pilot took off on night training flight.  Plane
					veered off the runway and burned.  Pilot Chih Yao Hua killed.
				6685 (Item 352) converted to U-2C.  To Republic of China AF Jul 1960. Oct 22, 1965 on training mission over
					Taiwan Oct 22, 1965.   Pilot Jaj Chang-Wen "Pete" Wang missing.
				6686 (Item 353) crashed Sep 14, 1961 at Edwards AFB, CA.  Pilot Edens OK.
				6687 (Item 354) crashed at Groom Lake (Dry) Lake Test Facility, NV, "The Ranch" Aug 31, 1956.  Flew 
					into a telephone pole while taking off on night training flight.  CIA Pilot Frank Grace killed.
				6688 (Item 355) to Republic of China AF 35th Sqdn.  Downed by PLA SA-2 over Jiangxi Nov 1, 1963.
					Maj Chang-Di "Robin: Yeh flew this mission over nuclear weapons facilities in northwestern China. He was shot 
					down by a SA-2 missile fired by PLAAF 2nd Surface-to-Air Guided Missile Battalion over Jiangxi and 
					was captured alive by the Chinese Communists.  He was released to Hong Kong on November 10, 1982.
					Aircraft displayed at Military Museum of the Chinese People's Revolution, Beijing-Fuxing Lu, China
				6689 (Item 356) lost on training mission over Taiwan Mar 22/23, 1964.  ROCAF pilot Maj. Te-Pei Liang
					ejected but drowned.
				6690 (Item 357) crashed in Arizona Dec 19, 1956.  Pilot survived.
				6691 (Item 358) to Taiwan's 35th Sqdn as ROCAF 3512.  Downed by PLA SA-2 over Inner Mongolia
					Jan 10, 1965.  Pilot Maj Li-Yi Chang captured, released to Hong Kong Nov 1982.
				6692 (Item 359, U-2CT). To Republic of China AF in 1965.  Converted back to single-seat configuration 
					and put on display at American Air Museum, Duxford, UK
				6693 (Item 360) was the plane shot down on May 1, 1960
					over USSR flown by CIA pilot Francis Gary Powers.  Remains noted May 2006 displayed
					in Central Museum of the Armed Forces, Moscow.  Parts reported Aug 2007
					still in Central Museum of the Armed Forces in Moscow, other
					parts reported at Museum of Military Technology, Ekaterinburg
					(alias Sverdlovsk) hear where the plane was shot down.  Powers survived and was put on trial and was 
					convicted as a spy.  He was later traded for a convicted Russian spy.
				6694 (Item 361) lost near Del Rio, TX Sep 26, 1957.  USAF pilot Jack Nole survived.
				6695 (Item 362) to Republic of China AF 35th Sqdn.  Downed by PLA SA-2 over Fujian Jul 7, 1964.
					Pilot Lt Col Nan-Ping "Terry" Lee killed.  Terry Lee took off in 362 from NAS Cubi Point, 
					Philippines on a mission on China's supply lines to North Vietnam. He was shot down by SA-2 fired 
					by PLAAF 2nd Surface-to-Air Guided Missile Battalion over Fujian and was killed. A Chinese source 
					claimed that his ejection seat was not armed and so could not fire.
				6696 (Item 363) crashed Mar 22, 1966 in Arizona, pilot OK.  Pilot Andy Fan was from ROCAF.
				6697 (Item 364) crashed on final approach near Laughlin AFB, TX Aug 6, 1958.
					USAF pilot Paul L. Haughland killed.
				6698 (Item 365) crashed Jul 9, 1958 SW of Tucumcari, NM.  USAF pilot Alfred L. Chapin killed.
				6699 (Item 366) lost Jun 28, 1957 near Del Rio IAP.  USAF pilot Ford E. Lowcock killed.
				6700 (Item 367) converted to U-2C.  W/o May 29, 1975 near Winterberg, Germany.  USAF pilot Robert 
					T. Rendlemen survived
				6701 (Item 368) Nicknamed “The Saint” during it’s service with the Air Force thunderstorm research program, this U-2C 
					also served with the Central Intelligence Agency and various Reconnaissance Wings. The aircraft has 
					been converted from a U-2A to a U-2B, and finally to a U-2C model in 1968. It was dropped from the 
					inventory and flown to the Strategic Air & Space Museum at Ashland, Nebraska in 1982.
				6702 (Item 369) converted to U-2C.   Crashed near Del Rio, TX Jun 28, 1957.  Pilot Leo Smith killed.
				6703 (4080 SW, 4080 OMS) crashed while landing at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Sep 18, 1964.  USAF pilot 
					Primrose killed.
				6704 (Item 371) lost Nov 28, 1957 13 nm SSE of Laughlin AFB, TX.  USAF pilot Bennidict A. Lacombe killed when
					parachute caught on speed brake while bailing out.
				6705 (Item 372) converted to U-2F.  To Republic of China AF Nov 1965.  Lost Feb 17, 1966 when ROCAF
					pilot was undergoing high altitude training when he received
					an overtemp warning and shut down the engine.  Attemped to land at Taichung Ching Chuan Kang
					Airport which was the divert field and have a very long runway.  When he saw a smaller strip, he
					decided to land there, but the airstrip was too short and the aircraft vershot the
					runway and crashed into civilian housing.  Pilot and 5 civilians killed.
				6706 (Item 373) to Republic of Chinaa AF.  Shot down by PLAAF Red Flag 2 missile over Jiaxing
					Sep 8, 1967.  Pilot killed.
				6707 (Item 374) on display as U-2C at Laughlin AFB, Texas
				6708 (Item 375) lost Jul 1, 1967 near Pineville, LA.  USAF pilot Sam Swart survived.
				6709 (Item 376) lost near Picayune, MS Jan 2, 1962.  USAF pilot Charles B. Stratton survived.
				6710 (Item 377) lost Sep 11, 1958 at Edwards AFB, CA.  USAF pilot Patrick Hunderwahl killed.
				6711 (Item 378) was the aircraft with the fake NASA markings
					on display at Edwards AFB after the Powers shoot-down.
					Later to Republic of China AF 35th Sqdn.  Downed by PLAAF SA-2 fired by 2nd Surface-to-Air Guided Missile
					Battalion over Nanchang Sep 9, 1962.  ROCAF pilot Huai-Sheng Chen was alive when he was found but he 
					died at hospital.
				6712 (Item 379) crashed with ROCAF pilot Sheng Shih-Hi on training mission from
					Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Dec 19, 1964.  Pilot survived.
				6713 (Item 380) lost Jul 8, 1958 near Wayside, TX.  RAF pilot Christopher H. Walker killed.
				6714 (Item 381) lost Jan 31, 1980 near Oroville, CA.  USAF pilot Edward I. Beaumont lost consciousness while
					on training flight.  Plane glided earthward until it hit some high-tension
					electrical lines, causing the plane to slowly spiral to the ground.  Having
					regained consciousness by the sudden jolt of hitting the ground, the pilot
					exited the U-2.  The aircraft is now mounted on a pylon at Beale AFB, California
				6715 (Item 382) crashed Apr 26, 1965 near Boron, CA.  Civilian pilot Eugene Edens killed.  Pilot was
					practicing carrier landings at Edwards AFB, CA when one wing dropped, hit the
					ground hard, and the plane bounced back into the air.  Aircraft rolled over and
					dove into the ground.  Pilot ejected, but not in time and was killed.
				6716 (Item 383) to Republic of China AF.  Ferried directly to Takhli, Thailand in Aug or Sep 1965 and
					based at Takhli until the beginning of Dec 1965 when it was flown to Taoyuan.  
					Now on display as U-2C at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona.
				6717 (Item 384) to Republic of China AF.  Lost Jun 21, 1966 when ROCAF pilot suffered flameout
					due to ruptured fuel line.  Pilot attempted an unsuccessful
					forced landing in Okinawa when he bailed out but died of injuries sustained.
				6718 (Item 385) To Republic of China Air Force. Stayed at Taoyuan from about February, 1965 till 
					May of the same year. Shortage of "straight" C models was reason for a G model being used 
					at Taoyuan. The tailhook was removed before it was ferried out.
				6719 (Item 386) lost Jul 28, 1966 near Oruro, Bolivia.  USAF pilot Robert D. Hickman lost consciousness
					and his plane flew out over the Gulf of Mexico, eventually crashing into the
					side of a mountain.  Pilot killed.
				6720 (Item 387) lost Jul 14, 1960 30 mi NW of Uvalde, TX.  USAF pilot Raleigh B. J. Meyers survived.
				6721 (Item 388) built as U-2D two-place aircraft.  The second cockpit
					was used by an observer operating infrared detectors in
					support of Missile Detection and Alarm System (MIDAS) satellite
					program.  Project "Have Coffee" airborne measurement of ballistic missile radiation.
					Operated at Edwards AFB with 6512th Test Group.
					Retired in 1980.  Put on display at March Field Museum, CA.  
					Transferred to Air Force Flight Test Center Museum at 
					Edwards AFB.  Restored by Lockheed Martin and put on 
					temporary display at Skunk Works facility, and moved to 
					Blackbird Air Park, Palmdale, California Nov 12, 2001.
				6722 on display at WPAFB Museum, Dayton, OH.  This was first U-2 to be fitted with
					dorsal-mounted IR sensor for tracking aircraft and missiles.  Was redesignated WU-2A when fitted
					with scoop under the port side of the fuselage beneath the equipment bay and a hard nose with a small 
					intake valve.  Delivered in March 1957 to the USAF and assigned to Special Projects 
					Branch of ARDC at Edwards AFB, California. Remained at Edwards until 1978 when it was retired to the 
					USAF Museum at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.
56-6723/6728		Bell YH-40-BF
				MSN 4/9.  Redesignated YUH-1B-BF in 1960
				6723 converted to Model 533 testbed, retained military serial number.  At various stages,
					was fitted with wings and a pair of J-69 turbojets. Currently on display at Fort Eustis, Virginia.
56-6729/6740		Cancelled Contract
56-6741/6750		Convair XSM-65 Atlas missiles
				6741 (4A) launch failed Jun 11, 1957, Cape Canaveral, FL
				6742 (5A) at Canadian Science and Technology Museum, Ottawa, Canada, on loan from
					USAF Museum.
				6743 (6A) launch failed Sep 25, 1957, Cape Canaveral, FL
				6744 (7A)
				6745 (8A) on display at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, NB
				6746 (9A)
				6747 (10A) launched Jan 10, 1958 from Cape Canaveral, FL
				6748 (11A) launch failed Feb 20, 1958
				6749 (12A) launched Dec 17, 1957 from Cape Canaveral, FL
				6750 (13A) launch failed Feb 7, 1958, Cape Canaveral, FL
56-6751/6802		Douglas XSM-57 Thor missiles
				6751 (Vehicle number 101) launched Jan 25, 1957.  Failure
				6752 (Vehicle number 102) launched Apr 19, 1957.  Failure.
				6753 (Vehicle number 103) launched May 21, 1957.  Fallure.
				6754 (Vehicle number 104) launched Aug 30, 1957.  Failure.
				6755 (Vehicle number 105) launched Sep 20, 1957.  Success
				6756 (Vehicle number 106) not fired.  Last known locatin was Chanute Field
				6757 (Vehicle number 107) launched Oct 3, 1957.  Failure
				6758 (Vehicle number 108) launched Oct 11, 1957.  Partial success
				6759 (Vehicle number 109) launched Oct 24, 1957.  Success
				6760 (vehicle number 110) static fired at Sacramento facility and subsequently scrapped.
				6782 (Vehicle number 111) static fired at Sacramento facility and subsequently scrapped.
				6783 (Vehicle number 112) launched Dec 7, 1957.  Partial success
				6784 (Vehicle number 113) launched Dec 19, 1957.  Success
				6785 (Vehicle number 114) launched Jan 28, 1958.  Partial success
				6786 (Vehicle number 115) launched Jun 4, 1958.  Success
				6787 (Vehicle number 116) used for first stage of Thor-Able launch Apr 23, 1958
					in suborbital flight.  Failed
				6788 (Vehicle number 117) launched Aug 6, 1958.  Success
				6789 (vehicle number 118) used for first stage of Thor-Able launch Jul 9, 1958
					in suborbital flight.  Success
				6780 (Vehicle number 119) used for first stage of Thor-Able launch Jul 23, 1959.
					in suborbital flight.  Success
				6791 (Vehicle number 120) launched Feb 28, 1958.  Partial success
				6792 (Vehicle number 121) launched Apr 19, 1958.  Failure
				6793 (Vehicle number 122) launched Jun 13, 1958.  Success	
				6794 (Vehicle number 123) launched Jul 13, 1958.  Partial success
				6795 (Vehicle number 124) on static display at Norton AFB
				6796 (Vehicle number 125) scrapped at Sacramento facility.  Matches s/n of Thor at Air Force
					Space and Missile Museum at Cape Canaveral (configured at Thor-Able)
				6797 (Vehicle number 126) launched Jul 26, 1958.  Partial success
				6798 (vehicle number 127) used as first stage of Thor-Able Pioneer lunar probe Aug 17, 1958.
					Ruptured fuel line caused booster to explode 77 sec after liftoff
				6799 (vehicle number 128) used as first stage of Thor-Able re-entry test vehicle launched 
					Jan 23, 1959.  Failure
				6800 (vehicle number 129) used as first stage of Thor-Able Pioneer 2 lunar probe Nov 8, 1958.
					Third stage failed to fire.  Reached altitude of only 1500 km and fell back to Earth.
				6801 (vehicle number 130) used as first stage of Thor-Able Pioneer I lunar probe Oct 11, 1958.
					Guidance error resulted in a trajectory too high and a velocity too low for escape.  
					Reached a maximum altitude of 130,000 km and fell back to Earth.  Measured extent of
					radiation belts.
				6802 (vehicle number 131) used as first stage of Thor-Able re-entry test vehicle launched
					Feb 28, 1959.  Success
56-6803/6847		Cancelled contract
56-6848/6927		Lockheed T-33A-5-LP
				Kawasaki-built aircraft, MSN KAC1081/1160, to Japan.  Some databases
					have these as being allocated MSN 580-1179/1258, in the Lockheed sequence, but this is not the case.
				6852 (MSN KAC1085) noted Nov 2014 preserved as 71-5305 at the Old Car Center Kudan, Naraha, Japan
				6858 (MSN KAC1091) on display in Museu do Air, Outside Sintra, Portugal in 2011, marked as Portuguese AF serial 1923
				6868 (MSN KAC1101) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 71-5321 and preserved Nov 2014 at Ishikawa Aviation
					Plaza, Komatsu, Ishikawa Prefecture.
				6874 (MSN KAC1107) noted Mar 2014 preserved as 81-5327 at Naha Air Base, Japan
				6891 (MSN KAC1124) preserved as 81-5344 at Misawa Aviation and Science Museum, Aomori, Japan
				6897 (MSN KAC1130) as 81-5350 preserved at Tokunoshima, Japan.
56-6928/6939		De Lackner YHO-2 Aerocycle
				Designation later changed to HZ-1
56-6940			Fairchild VZ-5
				Model N224-1 VTOL research aircraft for US Army
56-6941			Ryan VZ-3 Vertiplane
				Model 92 VTOL research aircraft.
				On display at Ft. Rucker, AL.  Was NASA 705 before retirement to museum
56-6942			Doak VZ-4-DA
				Model 16 VTOL flying platform for US Army.
				On display at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA
56-6943			Vertol VZ-2
				Model 76 tilt-wing research aircraft.  Tested by Army, Navy and NASA
56-6944/6945		Hiller YHO-1E 
				One-man flying platform powered by a ducted fan.  Redesignated VZ-1
56-6946/6949		Cancelled Contract
56-6950/6955		Lockheed U-2D
				Article 390/395
				6950 (Article 390) lost Oct 8, 1966 near Bien Hoa, Vietnam.  Pilot Leo J. Stewart, Jr. survived.
				6951 (Article 391, 100 SRW, 100 OMS) crashed Oct 19, 1966 on runway at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ during
					practice approach and landing.  Pilot Leslie M. White got out without injury.  Aircraft DBR and w/o.
				6952 (Article 392, 100 SRW, 100 OMS) crashed Nov 18, 1971 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ.  USAF pilot 
					John C. Cunney killed.  Practicing touch and gos the aircraft struck right wing down, rolled onto its 
					nose and exploded just beyond the runway in the desert
				6953 (Article 393) converted to U-2C(T) trainer.  Converted back to single-seat configuration and to 
					Norwegian Aviation Museum, Bodo, Norway 1994.
				6954 (Article 394, 100 SRW, 100 OMS) crashed May 31, 1968 29 nm ENE of Davis Monthan AFB, AZ when suffered
					uncontrolled pitch-up during high altitude training flight.  Pilot was unable to correct
					the nose-up attitude and ejected at 41,000 feet.  USAF pilot Victor L. Milam became entangled in parachute
					shroud lines and was seriously injured upon landing.  Aircaft spun in and impacted
					in desert nearly intact.  W/o and used for spare parts.  
				6955 (Item 395) lost over Idaho Aug 14, 1964. ROCAF pilot Sheng Shih Hi survived.
56-6956			Lockheed NC-121D Super Constellation 
				Ex-USN WV-2 143226 MSN 1049A-5500.  Named "Triple Nipple", fitted with 3 turret radar domes with optical
					and electronic equipment.  WFU in 1969 and destroyed in 1971.

* Data on transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com