1958 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised July 8, 2014


58-0001/0130		Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
				c/n 17746/17875
				0039,0042,0045/0047,0049,0050,0054,0055,
					0060/0062,0065,0069,0071,0072,0074,0077,0084,
					0086,0088,0089,0094,0095,0099,0103,0112,0117,
					0125,0129 converted to KC-135Q.  
				0055 further converted to KC-135T.
				0003,0005,0006,0008,0012/0014,0017,0020,0024,
					0032,0037,0040,0041,0043,0044,0052,0053,0057,
					0058,0064,0067,0068,0078,0080,0082,0085,0087,
					0090,0096,0107,0108,0111,0115,0116 converted
					to KC-135E.
				0124,0126 converted to KC-135R.
				0001,0004,0009/0011,0015,0016,0018,0021,0023,
				0027,0030,0034,0035,0038,0051,0056,0059,0063,
				0073,0075,0076,0079,0083,0092,0093,0098,0100,
				0102,0104,0106,0109,0113,0114,0118,0120/0124,
				0126,0128,0130 converted to KC-135R.
				0001 named "Easy Rider" with 7th BW in Apr 1989
				0002 (c/n 17747) crashed Mar 31, 1959 near Belton, TX.  In a thunderstorm, two
					engines separated from the airframe, one striking the tail.
				0003 (c/n 17748) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0167 Jul 11, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0004 (c/n 17749) converted to KC-135R.  In 2009 was with 153rd ARS, MS ANG.
				0005 (c/n 17750) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0222 Apr 2008
				0006 (c/n 17751) converted to KC-135E.  With 151 ARW Utah ANG 'Dream Machine'.
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0007 converted to EC-135A radio relay link aircraft.  Later
					converted to EC-135P airborne command post.  Burned out on ground Jan 3, 1980, Langley AFB, VA due to
					electrical short in the water injection tank heater wiring.
				0008 converted to KC-135R.  To AMARC Jul 10, 2013.
				0011 converted to EC-135A radio relay link aircraft.  Later
					converted to EC-135P airborne command post.  Flying as 
					KC-135R during the late 1980s.
				0012 converted to KC-135E.  With 151 ARW Utah ANG 'Utah Jazz'.  To AMARC as CA0196 Apr 1, 2008.
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0013 converted to KC-135E.  Lost 2 engines after encountering severe
					turbulence.  Was able to land safely and was repaired.
					To AMARC as CA0150 Mar 7, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0014 (c/n 17759) converted to KC-135E.  To Chile AF as 983
				0017 converted to KC-135E.  With 171 ARW PA ANG 'Pittsburgh Simply The Best'.  To AMARC as CA0228 Mar 26, 2009.
				0018 converted to EC-135A, then EC-135P, then KC-135R.
				0019 (c/n 17764) converted to EC-135A radio relay link aircraft.  Later
					converted to EC-135P airborne command post.  To AMARC as CA0009 Feb 12, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0020 converted to KC-135E.  Was with 171 ARW PA ANG 'The Veteran'.
					To AMARC as CA0215 Jun 10, 2008
				0022 (c/n 17767) converted to EC-135A radio relay link aircraft.  Later
					converted to EC-135P airborne command post.  To AMARC as CA0011 Mar 5, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0024 converted to KC-135E.  With 171 ARW PA ANG 'Rough and Ready'.  To AMARC as CA0178
					Feb 12, 2008.
				0025 (c/n 17770) to AMARC as CA075 Aug 4, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0026 (c/n 17771) w/o. Jan 17, 1968, Minot AFB, ND.  During takeoff in a snowstorm,
					the pilot overrotated the airplane, causing it to stall and crash.
					All 13 on board killed.
				0028 (c/n 17773) to AMARC as CA058 Apr 7, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0029 (c/n 17774) to AMARC as CA056 Dec 2, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0031 crashed Mar 19, 1982, Greenwood, IL.  During descent to 
					Chicago IAP, the aircraft exploded and crashed, killing all
					27 on board.  Cause was overheated fuel pump.	
				0032 (c/n 17777) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Blues Brothers" wit 116t ARS New Jersey ANG in Sep 1989.
					To AMARC as CA0231 Mar 17, 2009
				0033 (c/n 17778) to AMARC as CA026 Jul 9, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0034 (c/n 17779) named "Chisolm Trail Round Up" with 7th BW Sep 1992.  Later convertd to KC-135R
				0037 (c/n 17782) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0149 Mar 2, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0038 (c/n 17783) converted to KC-135R
				0039 (c/n 17784, KC-135Q) crashed into hill Jun 13, 1971 during landing at
					Torrejon AB, Spain.  All 5 onboard killed.
				0040 (c/n 17785) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0176 Feb 2008
				0041 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0148 Feb 27, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0042 converted to KC-135Q
				0043 (c/n 17788) converted to KC-135E.  With 151 ARW Utah ANG 'Transcontinental
					Connection'.  Named "The Finland Queen II" with 133rd ARS, New Hampshire ANG in 1976.
					To AMARC as CA0190 Apr 28, 2008
				0044 (c/n 17789) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0182 Feb 2008.  Named "Miss Rapid City" with 28th BW in 1959.
				0045 converted to KC-135Q, then to KC-135T
				0048 (c/n 17793) w/o Mar 13, 1972, Carswell AFB, TX.  During landing, the right
					wingtip struck the ground and the airplane crashed and
					exploded, killing 5.
				0050 converted to KC-135Q, then to KC-135T
				0051 (c/n 17796) converted to KC-135R.  Named “Ke Ali’I, Hawaii Paradise of the Pacific” with 93rd Wing in November 1991.
				0052 (c/n 17797) converted to KC-135Q, then to KC-135T.  Named "The Other Woman" with 336th ARS in Jul 1993.
				0053 (c/n 17798) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0136 Apr 15, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0054 (c/n 17799) converted to KC-135T.  In 2011 served with 171st ARS of Pennsylvania ANG, named "Generation of
					Pride" in Oct 2012..
				0056 (c/n 17801) named "The Black Knight" with 93rd BW in May 1989
				0057 converted to KC-135E, then to KC-135T.  With Illinois ANG 'Chicago Cubs'
				0058 converted to KC-135E, then to KC-135T
				0060 converted to KC-135T
				0061 converted to KC-135T
				0064 (c/n 17809) converted to KC-135E, then to KC-135T.  To AMARC as CA0141 Aug 23, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0065 converted to KC-135Q, then to KC-135T
				0067 converted to KC-135E, then to KC-135R.  In 2013 was with 185th ARW ANG at Sioux City, Iowa
				0068 converted to KC-135E, then to KC-135T.  To AMARC as CA0200 Apr 15, 2008
				0070 (c/n 17815) converted to GKC-135A.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 as ground instructional
					airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX.  Moved to Altus AFB, OK for static display in 2009, and displayed
					in its original KC-135A configuration.
				0072 (c/n 17817) converted to KC-135Q, later to KC-135T.  In 2009
					was with 171st ARW, Pennsylvania ANG, named "Bad Company II"
				0073 (c/n 17818) named "The Yellow Rose of Texas" with 96th BW in Apri 1989.
				0074 converted to KC-135Q, then to KC-135T.  In 2009 was with
					171st ARW, Pennslyvania ANG named "Steel Phantom"
				0075 converted to KC-135R, then to KC-135T
				0077 (c/n 17822) converted to KC-135Q.  Named "Rocker" with 9th SRW in Dec 1988.  Then converted to KC-135T.
					Named "The Patriot" with 147th ARS in Jun 2019 and named "The Stork" wiht 171st ARW of Pennsylvania ANG
					in Feb 2012.  Current with 22nd ARW.
				0078 converted to KC-135E.  Named "Aces High" with 150th ARS in Jun 1990.  To AMARC as CA0236 Jun 15, 2009
				0079 (c/n 17824) converted to KC-135R.  Named "Miss Behavin" with 7th BW in Aug 1989.
				0080 converted to KC-135E.  With 151 ARW Utah ANG, to AMARC as
					CA0206 May 6, 2008.  Never converted to KC-135T
				0081 (c/n 17826) to AMARC as CA052 Oct 16, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0082 (c/n 17827) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0247 Aug 18, 2009
				0084 (c/n 17829) converted to KC-135Q with 100th ARW and then to KC-135T and named "Ghost Riders" with
					Pennsylvania ANG in 2007.
				0085 (c/n 17830) converted to KC-135R.  With 452 AMW in Febrary 2012 and named “California Dreamin”.
				0086 (c/n 17831) in Service as KC-135Q in 1976 and named "Steel Breeze with 9th SRW in Dec 1988.
				0087 (c/n 17832) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0182 Feb 19, 2008
				0088 (c/n 17833) converted to KC-135T, later KT-135Q.  Named "Spirit of Wheatland" with 9th RW in May 1992.
				0089 (c/n 187340 converted to KC-135Q.  In service as KC-135Q in 1976 and named "Steel Breeze" with 
					9th SRW Dec 1988.  Later converted to KC-135T. Current with 22nd ARW
				0090 (c/n 17835) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0221 Mar 27, 2008
				0091 (c/n 17836) to AMARC as CA0079 Aug 18, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0092 converted to KC-135R, later to KC-135T
				0094 (c/n 17839) as KC-135Q named "Tumble Weed" with 9th SRW in Dec 1988.  Current as KC-135T with
					92nd ARW.
				0096 (c/n 17841) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0132 Feb 23, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0097 (c/n 17842) to AMARC as CA0043 Sep 8, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0098 converted to KC-135R, later to KC-135T
				0101 (c/n 17846) w/o Apr 29, 1977, Beale AFB, CA.  During a night landing, the
					airplane struck a herd of cattle that had wandered onto the
					runway.  Crew escaped OK.  (ASN)
				0102 converted to KC-135R, later to KC-135T
				0105 (c/n 17850) to AMARC as CA080 Aug 23, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0106 converted to KC-135R.
				0107 (c/n 17852) converted to KC-135E.  With 151 ARW Utah ANG
				0108 (c/n 17853) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0222 May 30, 2008
				0110 (c/n 17855) to AMARC as CA0109 Oct 28, 1996.  Converted
					to KC-135R.  To Turkey as 80110 Dec 19, 1997
				0111 (c/n 17856) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0229 Apr 6, 2009.
				0112 (c/n 17857) as KC-135Q named "Stratosaurus" with 9th SRW in Dec 1988.  Current as KC-135T with 
					171st ARW, Pennsylvania ANG.
				0114 (c/n 17859) named "The Other Woman" with 96th BW in Apr 1989.  Converted to KC-135R.  To AMARC Apr 29, 2013.
				0115 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0240 Jul 7, 2009.  Never converted to KC-135T
				0116 (c/n 17861) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0173 Sep 12, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0120 converted to KC-135R, later to RC-135R
				0123 named "Iron Eagle" with 379th BW in 1989.
				0124 converted to KC-135R, later to KC-135T
				0126 converted to KC-135R, later to RC-135R
				0127 (c/n 17872) w/9 Sept 19, 1979, Castel AFB, CA.  Landing crash after a 
					student training mission.  All 5 on board killed.  (ASN)
				0128 converted to KC-135R, later to KC-135T
				0129 (c/n 17874) as KC-135Q named "Puddle Jumper" with 9th SRW in Dec 1988.  Converted to KC-135R.  Current as
					KC-135T with 171st ARS, Michigan ANG.
58-0131/0157		Cancelled contract for Boeing KC-135A
				c/n 17876/17902
58-0158/0187		Boeing B-52G-95-BW Stratofortress
				c/n 464226/464255
				0158 retired by 12/93.  Put on display at Fairchild AFB.
					Scrapped 1994/95.  Nose section is on display in
					base museum.
				0159 (c/n 464227) used as experimental machine under JB-52G 
					designation.  Named "Bold Assault" with 379th BW in 1989.  To AMARC as BC388 10/10/91.  Still at 
					AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0160 to AMARC as BC431 11/19/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0161 (19th BW) crashed April 11, 1983 near St. George,
					Utah.  Flew into ground during Red Flag mission.  All 7 crew killed.
				0162 to AMARC as BC362 4/16/91
				0163 to AMARC as BC478 4/14/94.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, AZ.
				0164 to AMARC as BC427 11/5/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0165 to AMARC as BC408 8/10/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0166 to AMARC as BC438 12/21/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0167 to AMARC as BC369 5/28/91.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0168 (c/n 464236) named "Eve of Destruction" with 379th BW Oct 1988.  Named "Treasure Hunter" with 379th BW 
					in Sep 1989.  To AMARC as BC392 Oct 22, 1991
				0169 (72nd SW) shot down by SA-2 SAM over North Vietnam 
					Dec 20, 1972 during Linebacker II.  5 crew KIA,
					one taken POW.
				0170 to AMARC as BC428 11/10/92
				0171 (c/n 464239) named "Lil Peach II" with 2nd BW in Apr 1989.  To AMARC as BC351 8/16/90.  Still at 
					AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0172 to AMARC as BC332 6/30/89
				0173 ("Let's Make A Deal") to AMARC as BC0407 Aug 5, 1992.  Nose art panel on display at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.
				0174 (456th BW, 744th BS) veered off runway after multiple engine
					failures during takeoff at Beale AFB, CA and skidded 1500 
					feet through a field before it flipped over, exploded, and 
					burned Feb 8, 1974.  7 of 8 crew onboard killed. 
				0175 to AMARC as BC390 10/16/91.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0176 to AMARC as BC430 11/17/92
				0177 (2nd BW, 596th BS) under code name "Secret Squirrel" was one
					of seven B-52Gs that made return flight from Barksdale
					AFB, LA to fire 39 AGM-86C cruise missiles on the first
					night (Jan 16/17, 1991) of Desert Storm.  To AMARC as BC0381 9/5/91
				0178 (c/n 464246) named "Old Soldier"  with 43rd BW in Aug 1989.  To AMARC as BC360 12/18/90.  
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0179 to AMARC as BC436 12/10/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0180 crashed Feb 1, 1960 at Ramey AFB, PR.
					Incorrect trim setting during touch-and-go approach.	
				0181 to AMARC as BC415 9/23/92.  Scrapped
				0182 (c/n 464250) named "What's Up Doc?" with 379th BW in Sep 1989.  Used as experimental machine under JB-52G
					designation.  To AMARC as BC397 6/10/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0183 (2nd BW, 596th BS) under code name "Secret Squirrel" was one
					of seven B-52Gs that made return flight from Barksdale
					AFB, LA to fire 39 AGM-86C cruise missiles on the first
					night (Jan 16/17, 1991) of Desert Storm.  
					To AMARC as BC373 7/9/91 - later given to Pima Air and 
					Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				0184 (c/n 464252) named "Miss Quachita II" with 2nd BW in Apr 1989.  To AMARC as BC385 9/26/91.  
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0185 (2nd BW, 596th BS) under code name "Secret Squirrel" was one of seven B-52Gs that made return flight from Barksdale
					AFB, LA to fire 39 AGM-86C cruise missiles on the first night (Jan 16/17, 1991) of Desert Storm.  
					On display at Eglin AFB, FL.
				0186 to AMARC as BC344 3/29/90
				0187 crashed Jan 24, 1961 near Goldsboro NC.
					Fatigue failure of starboard wing after
					fuel leak at high altitude.  Wing  
					failed when flaps were selected during
					emergency approach to Seymour
					Johnson AFB.  Two nuclear weapons
					separated from the aircraft, one
					fell by parachute, and the other broke apart on impact.
					5 of 8 crew survived.
58-0188/0211		Boeing B-52G-100-BW Stratofortress
				c/n 464256/464279
				0188 (380th SAW) w/o Jan 21, 1968 near Thule AFB, Greenland.
					Cabin fire caused crash on sea ice.
					Four nuclear weapons on board destroyed in fire.
				0189 to AMARC as BC0337 2/1/90.  Scrapped
				0190 w/o July 24, 1989 at Kelly AFB by ground explosion and 
					fire during depot maintenance work.
				0191 on display at Hill AFB, Utah
				0192 to AMARC as BC466 2/10/94.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0193 (c/n 464261) Named “Iron Maiden” with 668th Bomb Squadron/416th Bomb Wing in May 1991
					To AMARC as BC435 12/8/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0194 to AMARC as BC392 10/24/91.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0195 (c/n 464263) named “Eternal Guardian” with 42nd Wing in March 1992 complete with 47 Desert Storm mission
					symbols. To AMARC as BC455 11/18/93.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008 
				0196 w/o Oct 15, 1961 off Newfoundland coast.  Cause unknown.
				0197 to AMARC as BC454 11/16/93.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0198 (72nd SW(P)) shot down by SA-2 SAM over North 
					Vietnam Dec 20, 1972 during Linebacker II.
					4 crew KIA, two others taken POW.
				0199 to AMARC as BC370 6/4/91.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0200 converted to GB-52G.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 as ground instructional airframe
					at Sheppard AFB, TX.  To be scrapped at Sheppard AFB by end of 2010, but in 2012 was on pedestal
					display at Sheppard AFB.
				0201 (19th BW) shot down by SA-2 SAM Dec 18, 1972 over Vinh Phu Province during Linebacker II.
					Pilot and tail gunner KIA by missile impact.  Copilot MIA, 3 other crew members ejected and
					became POWs.
				0202 to AMARC as BC473 3/10/94.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0203 to AMARC as BC471 3/3/94.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.  Named "High 'n Mighty" with 366th Wing in 1993.
				0204 (c/n 464272) named "Special Delivery" with 37oth BW in Apr 1989.  To AMARC as BC384 9/24/91.  
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0205 to AMARC as BC357 11/15/90.
				0206 (c/n 464274) named "Cultured Vulture" with 93rd BW in May 1989.  To AMARC as BC464 2/1/94.  
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0207 to AMARC as BC374 7/25/91.
				0208 destroyed by ground fire July 20, 1970 at Loring AFB.
				0209 destroyed Aug 19, 1980 by ground fire at Robins AFB..
				0210 to AMARC as BC440 3/10/93.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0211 (c/n 464279) named “Miss Quachita” with 2nd Wing in November 1991. To AMARC as BC412 9/2/92.  
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
58-0212/0232		Boeing B-52G-105-BW Stratofortress
				c/n 464280/464300
				0212 (c/n 464280) named "Secrut Weapin II" with 2nd Bw in Apr 1989.  To AMARC as BC465 2/8/94.  
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0213 to AMARC as BC456 11/23/93.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0214 to AMARC as BC477 4/12/94.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0215 crashed Sept 4, 1969 after multi-engine failure on takeoff from Loring AFB.
				0216 (c/n 464284) named “Thunder Struck” with 42nd Wing in March 1992 complete with 21 Desert Storm mission
					symbols.  To AMARC as BC472 3/8/94.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0217 to AMARC as BC396 11/15/91.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0218 to AMARC as BC459 1/18/94.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0219 w/o Feb 11, 1988 at Castle AFB.  Overran runway and destroyed after aborted takeoff.
				0220 to AMARC as BC346 7/5/90.
				0221 to AMARC as BC448 10/21/93.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0222 to AMARC as BC429 8/12/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008  
				0223 to AMARC as BC348 7/31/90.  
				0224 to AMARC as BC339 2/12/90.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.  Had tail severed by a saw and separated from
					the fuselage for display for verification by satellite Dec 19, 2013.  Last B-52 required to be destroyed
					by SALT agreement.
				0225 (c/n 464293) named "Mohawk Valley" with 416th BW.  Currently on display at Griffiss AFB, NY.
				0226 (c/n 464294) named “Wreckin’ Crew” with 42nd Wing in March 1992 complete with 38 Desert Storm mission
					symbols.  To AMARC as BC447 10/19/93.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008 
				0227 to AMARC as BC403 7/15/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008 
				0228 w/o Nov 18, 1966 - Flew into ground
				0229 (c/n 464297) named "Sioux Warrior" with 340th BS, 97th BW in Jul 1991.
					To AMARC as BC429 11/12/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008  
				0230 (c/n 464298) Named “Black Widow” with 42nd Wing in March 1992 complete with 22 Desert Storm mission
					symbols.  To AMARC as BC442 5/6/93.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0231 to AMARC as BC434 12/3/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008  
				0232 to AMARC as BC345 4/3/90. Nose section on display at Hangar 25 Museum, TX. 
58-0233/0246		Boeing B-52G-110-BW Stratofortress
				c/n 464301/464314
				0233 to AMARC as BC468 2/17/94. Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008 
				0234 found to have cracks in journeymen pin area during inspection at Anderson AFB, Guam.  Declared unflyable
					and scrapped at Guam 12/1993.
				0235 to AMARC as BC475 3/29/94.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008  
				0236 (c/n 164304) named "Lucky B" with 2nd Wing in May 1992.  To AMARC as BC420 10/13/92.  
				0237 to AMARC as BC393 10/29/91.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008  
				0238  (2nd BW, 596th BS) under code name "Secret Squirrel" was one
					of seven B-52Gs that made return flight from Barksdale
					AFB, LA to fire 39 AGM-86C cruise missiles on the first
					night (Jan 16/17, 1991) of Desert Storm.  
					To AMARC as BC0379 8/22/91.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008  
				0239 to AMARC as BC413 9/9/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0240 (c/n 464308) named "Leader of the Pack" with 42nd BW in Jun 1989.  To AMARC as BC480 5/3/94.  
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008 
				0241 (c/n 464309) named "Pterodactyl Courier" with 42nd BW in Apr 1989.  To AMARC as BC367 5/2/91.  
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0242 to AMARC as BC469 2/22/94.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008 
				0243 to AMARC as BC371 6/11/91.  Scrapped at AMARC Jan 18, 2001  
				0244 to AMARC as BC425 10/29/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008 
				0245 to AMARC as BC422 10/20/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008 
				0246 (72nd SW(P) hit by SA-2 SAM Dec 18, 1972 during Linebacker II and crashed in Thailand.  All
					seven crewmembers ejected safely.
58-0247/0258		Boeing B-52G-115-BW Stratofortress
				c/n 464315/464326
				0247 to AMARC as BC394 11/5/91.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0248 to AMARC as BC462 1/25/94.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0249 to AMARC as BC382 9/10/91.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0250 to AMARC as BC444 10/7/93.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008  
				0251 to AMARC as BC341 2/27/90.  Scrapped Apr 29, 1997
				0252 to AMARC as BC363 4/18/91.  
				0253 (c/n 464321) named "Moose is Loose" and "Appetite for Destruction" with 42nd Wing in May 1992.
					To AMARC as BC452 11/4/93.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0254 to AMARC as BC358 12/4/90.  
				0255 (c/n 464323) Named “Guardian of Peace” with 42nd Wing in March 1992 complete with 55 Desert Storm mission
					symbols.  To AMARC as BC450 10/28/93.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008  
				0256 collided with KC-135 61-0273 during midair refuelling Jan 17, 1966 near Palomares,
					Spain.  Four nuclear weapons fell from wreckage.
				0257 to AMARC as BC446 10/14/93.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0258 named "Dogbreath II"v with 2nd BW in Jun 1990.  To AMARC as BC0453 11/9/93.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
58-0259/0261		McDonnell F-101B-105-MC Voodoo
				0259 (c/n 631) seen on Eglin AFB test range in 1983.
				0260 to MASDC as FF396.
				0261 (c/n 633) noted in 1990 at Hill AFB Museum
58-0262			McDonnell F-101F-106-MC Voodoo
58-0263/0268		McDonnell F-101B-105-MC Voodoo
				0264 crashed after midair collision with F-101B 58-0301 Dec 15, 1962 19 mi SE of Yucca, AZ
					during cross-country from Davis Monthan AFB, AZ to George AFB, CA.
					Both crew ejected safely.  0301 made a safe landing at Luke AFB.
				0265 (c/n 637) noted at Technikmuseum Speyer, Germany Apr 2005.
				0266 to MASDC as FF331 Feb 29, 1976.  Declared excess May 31, 1978
				0267 to MASDC as FF395
58-0269			McDonnell F-101F-106-MC Voodoo
				c/n 641.  On display Apr 2008 at James G. Eagen Civic Center, Florissant, Missouri
58-0270/0275		McDonnell F-101B-105-MC Voodoo
				0271 at Wings Over the Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, Denver, CO.
				0272 (132nd FIS, ME ANG) crashed on takeoff at Bangor, ME
					Jul 21, 1971.
				0273 (c/n 645) at Shaw AFB, NC.  Noted Jun 2004 preserved at Poinsett
					Gunnery Range near Shaw AFB, SC
				0274 at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Peterson AFB, CO
				0275 to MASDC as FF324 Jan 29, 1976.  Declared excess May 31, 1978
58-0276			McDonnell F-101F-106-MC Voodoo
				0276 on display at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia
58-0277/0282		McDonnell F-101B-105-MC Voodoo
				0277 to MASDC as FF350 Apr 16, 1976
				0281 (c/n 653) to MASDC as FF398 Jan 22, 1976.  On display at Greater Saint Louis Air and Space Museum, Cahokia, Illinois
				0282 (c/n 654) to MASDC as FF328 Feb 11, 1976.  Noted outside a museum at Toulouse, France Mar 23, 2013 in fairly poor
					condition.  Preserved with Ailes Anciennes, Toulouse, France
58-0283			McDonnell F-101F-106-MC Voodoo
58-0284/0289		McDonnell F-101B-105-MC Voodoo
				0285 on display at Travis AFB museum, California
				0286 to MASDC as FF377 Mar 23, 1978.
				0287 to MASDC as FF394.
				0288 to MASDC as FF325 Jan 30, 1976.  On display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum Airpark,  
					Edwards AFB, CA.  Still there Oct 2006, freshly painted in its 132nd FS
					Maine ANG colors.
				0289 (178th FIS, ND ANG) crashed Eagle Mountain, ME Jul 16, 1970 when ran out
					of fuel after missing two instrument approaches and crew ejected safely.
58-0290			McDonnell F-101F-106-MC Voodoo
				Seen on display at Lackland AFB, Texas in 2008
58-0291/0296		McDonnell F-101B-105-MC Voodoo
				0291 on display at K. I. Sawyer Heritage Museum, Michigan.
				0293 to MASDC as FF315 Jan 5, 1976.
				0295 to MASDC as FF361.
58-0297			McDonnell F-101F-106-MC Voodoo
				0297 to MASDC as FF346
58-0298/0303		McDonnell F-101B-105-MC Voodoo
				0300 (c/n 672) to Canadian Forces Oct 18, 1982 as 101067.  SOC Mar 12, 1987.
					It is now on display at Minnesota ANG Historical Museum, Minneapolis-St Paul Apt, MN as 101067.  It has now been
						repainted as a USAF 148th FIG aircraft?
				0301 at Oregon ANG, Portland
				0302 to MASDC as FF330 Feb 19, 1976
				0303 is sitting in weeds at the Martin State Airport, Maryland.  By 2012 was on concrete.
58-0304			McDonnell F-101F-111-MC Voodoo
				c/n 676
58-0305/0310		McDonnell F-101B-110-MC Voodoo
				0305 to MASDC as FF313 Mar 14, 1976.
				0306 to MASDC as FF349 Apr 14, 1976
				0308 to MASDC as FF362 May 20, 1976.
				0310 to MASDC as FF311 Dec 19, 1975.  5ast seen on a scrap pile at Fairway Surplus, Tawas City, Michigan
					in 1982/83.
58-0311			McDonnell F-101F-111-MC Voodoo
				On display at North Dakota ANG, Fargo, North Dakota.
58-0312/0317		McDonnell F-101B-110-MC Voodoo
				0312 mounted on a post in a park in Rock Springs, Wyoming.
				0313 to MASDC as FF401
				0315 at Grand Forks AFB, ND.
				0316 to MASDC as FF347 Apr 5, 1976
58-0318			McDonnell F-101F-111-MC Voodoo
58-0319/0323		McDonnell F-101B-110-MC Voodoo
				0321 (c/n 693) at Grissom AFB.  Later to Stout Field Military Equipment Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana
				0322 to MASDC as FF399
58-0324			McDonnell F-101F-111-MC Voodoo
				To MASDC as FF329 Feb 12, 1976.  In 1987 was in use for battle damage repair training at Wheeler AFB, Honolulu.
					Now located at Heritage Air Park, Palmdale, California
58-0325/0330		McDonnell F-101B-110-MC Voodoo
				0325 (c/n 697) on display at WPAFB, but it is marked as F-101B-91-MC
				0327 to MASDC as FF312 Dec 19, 1975
				0328 was on display outside Cleveland ATC Center, Berlin, OH.
					Seen 2007 abandoned outside the fence at Mid-State Airport 25 mi NW of State College, PA.
				0329 on display at entrance to Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Rogers, Arkansas.
				0330 to MASDC as FF400.  On display at Washington ANG, Camp Murray ANG Park, WA.
58-0331			McDonnell F-101F-111-MC Voodoo
58-0332/0337		McDonnell F-101B-110-MC Voodoo
				0332 to museum status in 1974.  In 2004 transferred to Evergreen Aviation
					Museum, McMinnville, OR for restoration to static display.
				0333 to MASDC as FF316 Jan 5, 1976.
				0335 (c/n 707) on display as 0-70439 at Fairchild AFB, Washington
58-0338			McDonnell F-101F-111-MC Voodoo
				c/n 710.  In Aug 1991 was on static display at Buffalo Naval and Servicemens Park, Buffalo, New York.  Still
					there in 2000.
58-0339/0342		McDonnell F-101B-110-MC Voodoo
				0340 to MASDC Jul 30, 1968.  Declared excess Jun 9, 1970.
				0341 on display at North Dakota ANG, Fargo, North Dakota.
				0342 to MASDC as FF397
58-0343/0449		Cancelled contract for F-101
58-0450/0710		Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
				c/n 580-1499/1759 (Scramble website gives these c/ns as 1419/1679, but Warbirds directory gives them as listed)
				0451 (c/n 580-1500) with 66th TRW SOC Oct 27, 1969 for transfer to
					Pakistan AF.   Reported winter 2003/4 preserved at 
					Masroor-Raffiqui AB, Karachi, Pakistan
				0453 (66th TRW) SOC Oct 217, 1969 for transfer to Pakistan AF
				0454 to West German AF as AB-826, BD-826, YA-704, 94+84.  To Turkey or Greece?
				0455 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 for transfer under MAP
				0456 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 for transfer under MAP to Saudi Arabian AF as 1510
				0457 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 for transfer under MAP to Ecuadorian AF as 632
				0458 (66th TRW) crashed by Sep 18, 1961
				0459 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 for transfer under MAP to Ecuadorian AF as 633.  Preserved at Qutio IAP/Mariscal 
					Sucre Air Base, Ecuador (May 2009)
				0460 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 for transfer under MAP.  Noted at museum at Toulouse, France Mar 23, 2013 painted
					in USAF insignia.
				0468 to French AF.  Noted in storage at Toulouse, France May 29, 1995.
					To Thai AF as F11-43/31
				0470 to civil registry as N63313
				0471 to civil registry as N94498
				0474 to Thai AF as F11-44/31
				0475 to MASDC Jul 1, 1976
				0476 to US Navy as QT-33A 155986
				0477 to US Navy as QT-33A 155987
				0478 to MASDC as Aug 8, 1973
				0479 to MASDC Aug 14, 1973.
				0480 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Bore civil registry as N63311
				0481 at Hangar 25 Museum, Big Spring, TX.
				0483 to MASDC Oct 4, 1973
				0485 to MASDC Aug 22, 1973.  To Taiwan
				0488 scrapped at Hurlburt Field, FL in early 1970s.
				0489 to MASDC Dec 10, 1974
				0491 on display at Sacramento AP, CA.  To civil registry as N94484.  Now located at Chico Air Museum,
					Chico, CA.
				0492 to Yankee Air Museum, Detroit-Willow Run, stored outside.
				0493 to US Navy as QT-33A 155988
				0494 to AMARC as TC1333 Apr 16, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0495 to MASDC
				0496 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 2, 1970 for spares recovery.
				0497 to civil registry as N87778.  Seen in yard on west side of US 71/287, Sunset, TX
				0498 to MASDC Aug 15, 1973
				0500 to AMARC as TC1353 Jan 11, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0502 to AMARC as TC1345 Dec 1, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0503 at Cannon AFB, NM.
				0504 at Hartsville MAP, SC Jun 2007
				0505 at 45th Infantry Museum, Oklahoma City, OK, marked as 55-8555.
				0506 to AMARC as TC1355 Feb 5, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0509 (580-1558) on civil registry as N57969, re-registered N333JX Sept 2001.
					In 2007 was on static display at main entrance of Jackson
					County Airport, MI (also known as Reynolds Field)
				0510 in 2010 was on the target range at Grayling, MI.
				0511 to MASDC Jul 1, 1976
				0513 on display at March Field Museum, CA.
				0514 to MASDC Sep 26, 1977.
				0515 to West German AF as AB-827, DE-382, MA-382, 94+85.  To Greece as 80515.
				0516 to West German AF as AB-828, DE-383, MA-383, 94+86.  To Greece as 80516.
				0517 to West German AF as AB-829, DE-384, MA-384, 94+87.  To Greece as 80517?
				0518 to West German AF as AB-830.  W/o Jul 21, 1959
				0519 to West German AF as DD-395, MD-395, 94+88.  To Greece as 80519
				0520 to West German AF as DD-396, MD-396, 94+89.  To Greece as 80520
				0525 to Thai AF as F11-45/31
				0526 to MASDC May 11, 1978
				0529 to AMARC as TC1335 Jun 25, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0530 to MASDC Jul 30, 1975
				0533 (c/n 580-1582) to Mexican AF as 4046 and for display in 2013 in Plaza Edomex, Mexico City.
				0534 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975
				0535 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975
				0536 to AMARC as TC1328 Mar 30, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0538 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975, to Colombian AF as FAC2028
				0539 to to MASDC Dec 17, 1974.  To civil registry as N37998
				0542 on display at school in San Angelo, TX.
				0544 to MASDC as TC0927 Dec 16, 1969.  To Taiwan, converted to AT-33A.  To Ecuadorian AF as 639
				0545 to MASDC as TC0978 Oct 10, 1970.  Seen on display at Veteran's Park, Mountain View, MO in 2009.
				0546 (c/n 580-1595a) to civil registry as N93224.  Noted 2003 at Texas Air 
					Command Museum, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, TX.
				0547 to Philippine AF
				0548 at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, NE
				0550 to AMARC as TC1362 Feb 19, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0551 to AMARC as TC1336 Nov 23, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0552 to AMARC as TC1346 Dec 1, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0553 to Philippine AF
				0555 to AMARC as TC1331 Apr 15, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0556 to West German AF as DD-397, MD-397, 94+90.  Scrapped in 1974
				0557 to West German AF as DD-398, MD-389, 94+91.  Scrapped.
				0558 to West German AF as DE-395, MA-395, 94+92.  W/o Mar 29, 1968
				0559 to West German AF as DE-396, MA-396, 94+93.  W/o Jul 2, 1974
				0560 to West German AF as DE-397.   W/o May 7, 1965
				0561 to West German AF as DE-398, MA-398, 94+94.  To Greece as 80561
				0562 to West German AF as JA-396, DA-396.  W/o Jan 18, 1966
				0563 to West German AF as JA-397.  W/o Nov 10, 1961
				0564 to MASDC Jul 28, 1975.  To Colombian AF as FAC2029
				0565 to AMARC as TC1341 Nov 23, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0566 to MASDC Aug 17, 1976
				0567 at Keesler AFB Air Park, MS, painted as 58-0756, but by 2010 was morked correctly as 58-0567
				0568 to MASDC Jul 30, 1975, converted to AT-33A, to Ecuadorian AF
				0571 to MASDC Jul 28, 1975
				0572 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975.
				0574 to MASDC Jan 21, 1976
				0576 to AMARC as TC1368 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0577 to AMARC as TC1340 Nov 23, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0578 to AMARC as TC1357 Feb 12, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0579 to MASDC Jul 28, 1975.  Seen in 2010 mounted without tip tanks in Legion Park, Sigourney, IA.  Has been there
					since 1976.
				0580 to Yugoslavian AF, then to Greek AF
				0582 to AMARC as TC1372 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0586 to MASDC Jul 28, 1975, to Colombian AF as FAC2030
				0587 to MASDC Jul 30, 1975
				0589 to MASDC as TC0866 Aug 5, 1969.
				0591 to AMARC as TC1337 Nov 23, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0592 to MASDC Jun 21, 1977.  Put on display at Vermont ANG Base, Burlington, VT, painted as 29734.
				0593 to West German AF as JA-395.  W/o Jul 16, 1959
				0594 to West German AF as JA-389, JB-398, MC-394, 94+95.  To Greece as 80594
				0595 to West German AF as JB-395, MC-395, 94+96.  Scrapped in 1972
				0596 to West German AF as JB-396, MC-396, 94+97.  To Greece as 80596
				0597 to West German AF as JB-397, MC-397, 94+98.  To Greece as 80597
				0598 to West German AF as JB-398.  W/o Jul 14, 1964
				0599 to West German AF as EA-395, MB-395, 94+99.  To Greece as 80599
				0600 to West German AF as EA-396, BD-838, JE-380, JD-380, BD-736, 95+00.  Scrapped in 1981
				0601 to West German AF as EA-397, MB-397, 95+01.  W/o Mar 16, 1973
				0602 to West German AF as EA-398, AB-839, JE-381, JD-381, EC-382, MD-382, 95+02.  To Greece as 80602.
				0603 to West German AF as BB-831, BD-736.  W/o May 5, 1967.  To school aircraft at Buchel AFB
				0604 to West German AF as BB-832, BD-755, 95+03.  W/o Jul 30, 1969
				0605 to West German AF as BB-803.  W/o in 1966, school aircraft at Buchel AFB
				0606 to West German AF as BB-834.  W/o Jan 26, 1962, school aircraft at Wunstorf AFB
				0607 crashed Petersen AFB, CO Oct 25, 1969.
				0608 to MASDC as TC898 Nov 17, 1969.
				0609 to AMARC as TC1342 Nov 24, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0610 to AMARC as TC1334 Apr 17, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0612 to MASDC 
				0614 to MASDC Feb 5, 1988
				0615 (c/n 580-1664) named "Half Fast" with 114th TFTS Oregon ANG in Oct 1987.  On display at 
					Barksdale Global Power Museum (formerly known as 8th AF Museum), Barksdale AFB, LA.
				0616 to AMARC as TC1354 Feb 5, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0619 was at Tyndall AFB, but no longer there in 2005.
				0621 (c/n 580-1670). Noted 2003 in Pate Museum of Transportation, Cresson, TX. Noted
					2005 in Historical Aviation Memorial Museum, Tyler, TX
				0624 to MASDC Jul 7, 1976
				0628 to AMARC as TC1352 Jan 11, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0629 on display at Castle Air Museum, CA.	
				0632 (c/n 1317) with Air Classic Museum of Aviation, Aurora Municipal Apt, Sugar Grove, IL.
				0633 at Tinker AFB Air Park, OK.  In 2009 was displayed inside Science Museum of
					Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK
				0634 to Thai AF as F11-46/31
				0637 to West German AF as JA-395, JB-383, MC-391, 95+04.  Scrapped in 1981
				0638 to West German AF as AB-830, BD-830, 95+05.  Scrapped in 1980
				0639 to West German AF as EB-395, MC-392, 95+06.  To Greece as 80639
				0640 to West German AF as EB-396, MC-393, 95+07.  To Turkey in 1975
				0641 to West German AF as BB-835, BD-754, 95+08.  To Greece as 58641, TR-641
				0642 to West German AF as BB-836, BD-750, 95+09.  To Greece as 80642
				0643 to West German AF as BB-837.  School aircraft at Buchel AFB.
				0644 to West German AF as EB-397.  W/o Jun 25, 1960
				0645 to West German AF as EB-398, BD-788, 95+10.  To Greece as 80645
				0646 to West German AF as EA-396, MB-396, 95+11.  To Greece as 80646
				0647 to West German AF as EA-398, BD-839, 95+12.  W/o Jul 30, 1969.  There is
					a reference which says that this aircraft was transferred
					to Greek AF in 1975l
				0648 to West German AF as BD-840, 95+13.  Scrapped in 1980
				0649 to West German AF as BD-841, 95+14.  Scrapped in 1980
				0650 to West German AF as BD-842, 95+15.  To decoy at Leipheim
				0651 to civil registry as N88769
				0652 to MASDC Aug 1, 1975
				0653 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 2, 1968 for spares recovery
				0657 to MASDC Jul 7, 1976
				0659 to MASDC Aug 1, 1975, to Colombian AF as FAC2031
				0662 to MASDC Aug 18, 1973.
				0664 to Yugoslavian AF, then to Greek AF
				0665 to Yugoslavian AF as 10054 until 1986 and registered since 1982 as N556RH.  To Vintage Aviation,
					Leesville, South Carolina in Jun 1998 and restored in USAF Thunderbirds color scheme.  
				0669 on display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum, Edwards AFB, painted as 53-5099.
				0671 to NASA as 937, then N936NA.  Now is at Phoenix Airport, AZ, painted as 53-5397.
				0674 to MASDC Aug 18, 1973
				0678 to MASDC Jan 24, 1976, to Colombian AF as FAC2032
				0679 to West German AF as BD-843.  W/o Jun 25, 1960
				0681 (c/n 58-1650) to West German AF as 95+17 and preserved in Aug 2009 At Hermeskeil Museum Flugausstellung
					Junior as Canadian AF 133393
				0695 (26th TRW) SOC Sep 11, 1973 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
				0696 (26th TRW) SOC Sep 11, 1973 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
				0697 to civil registry as N49239
				0698 to MASDC Aug 17, 1976
				0680 to West German AF as BD-844, 95+16.  To Greece as 80680
				0681 to West German AF as BD-845, 95+17.  To Museum Hermeskeil as CAF 13393
				0682 to West German AF as BD-846, 95+18. To decoy at Leipheim
				0683 to West German AF as AB-769, DE-381, MA-381, 95+19.  To Greece as 80683.
				0684 to West German AF as JC-395, MB-391, 95+20.  W/o Apr 10, 1969. Noted Apr 2011 on display at Museum fur Luftfahrt und
					Techni, Wernigerode as 140153/NF-203
				0685 to West German AF as JC-396, MB-392, 95+21.  At DFVLR in 1975
				0686 to West German AF as JC-397, MB-393, 95+22.  To Greece as 80686
				0687 to West German AF as JC-398, JE-394, 95+23.  To Greece as 80687
				0688 to West German AF as JD-395, JE-395.  W/o Mar 1967.  To school aircraft at Buchel
				0689 to West German AF as JD-396, JE-396, JR-396.  W/o Nov 19, 1964
				0690 (c/n 580-1739) to West German AF as JD-397, JR-397, DC-395, MD-394, 95+24.  
					To decoy at Leipheim.  In 2011 was mounted on a stick outside Auto and 
					Technik Museum, Sinsheim, Germany
				0691 to West German AF as JD-398, JR-398, DC-399, MD-399, 95+25.  To Greece as 80691
				0692 to West German AF as JE-395, JD-395, DB-395.  W/o Apr 16, 1966
				0697 (c/n 580-1743) to civil registry as N49239.
				0700 to civil registry as N88812
				0701 to MASDC Jun 6, 1975
				0702 to MASDC Jul 30, 1975
				0704 to MASDC May 10, 1976
				0706 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975, to Colombian AF as FAC2033
				0708 to West German AF as JE-396, JD-396, EA-397, BD-735, MA-399, 95+26.  Scrapped in 1974
				0709 to West German AF as JE-397, JD-397.  To museum at Sinsheim
				0710 to West German AF as JE-398, JD-398.  W/o Mar 25, 1963.
58-0711/0758		Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules
				0711 (c/n 282-3506) converted to C-130B-II.   to Botswana AF as OM-1
				0712 (c/n 282-3507) converted to C-130C then to NC-130B.  To MASDC
					as CF0001 Jan 1, 1968.   To NASA JSC as 929 and registered as N929NA.  To DFRC
					as NASA 707 and registered as N707NA.  In early 1960s was
					fitted with YJ56-A6 gas generators and used for boundary
					layer control research.  Stored back at AMARC Nov 4, 2000
				0713 (c/n 282-3508) converted to JC-130B. To MASDC as CF053, back to service.  
					To AMARC as CF096 Jul 16, 1991.
				0714 (c/n 282-3509) converted to JC-130B and then to VC-130B.  To AMARC as CF098 Oct 3, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Has donated wing center
					box to C-130 70-1262
				0715 (c/n 282-3510) converted to JC-130B. To AMARC as CF124 Mar 31, 1993.  
					Left AMARC Jul 2001 for transfer to Tunisian AF as Z21120
				0716 (c/n 282-3511) converted to JC-130B, later to NC-130B. To AMARC as CF162 Sep 26, 1994.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0717 (c/n 282-3512) to JC-130B, then to NC-130B.  To MASDC as CF054.  Delivered to Colombian AF as FAC 1006.
					Withdrawn from use by Colombian AF July 2003
				0718 (c/n 282-3513) destroyed in explosion over Chu Lai, SVN Oct 6, 1969.
				0719 (c/n 282-3514) converted to JC-130B.  Collided with 58-0730 at Forbes AFB during engine run-up test 
					Jan 11, 1965.  One of the planes was being prepared for departure and after the
					engines were started, the plane jumped its chocks and
					crashed into the other.  Both aircraft burned and were written off.  
				0720 (c/n 282-3515) suffered damage in a tornado, repaired.  To AMARC as CF133 Aug 12, 1993.
					To Argentina AF as TC-56 Feb 1994.
				0721 (c/n 282-3516) Jan 2, 1975 at New Orleans NAS in crash after
					engine failure.
				0722 (c/n 282-3517) cargo exploded on ground at Bao Loc, South Vietnam Apr 16, 1967.
				0723 (c/n 282-3518) converted to C-130B-II.  Sold to Greek AF as 723.
				0724 (c/n 282-3519) sold to Singapore AF.  Converted to KC-130B in 1988
				0725 (c/n 282-3520) converted to WC-130B and then back to C-130B.  To Philippine AF as 725
				0726 (c/n 282-3521) converted to WC-130B and then back to C-130B.  To Colombian AF 
					Oct 1991 as FAC 1010.
				0727 (c/n 282-3522) converted to GC-130B.  to Colombia in Dec 1992.  Returned to 
					Sheppard AFB where it is now used as ground instructional trainer.  Noted Mar 10, 2004
					stored with Fire Department at Sheppard AFB, TX
				0728 (c/n 282-3523) to Tunisian AF as Z21116
				0729 (c/n 282-3524) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  To AMARC as CF095 Mar 19, 1991.
					Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				0730 (c/n 282-3525) collided with 58-0719 during engine run-up test at Forbes AFB Jan 11, 1965.
					One of the planes was being prepared for departure, and after
					the engines were started, the plane jumped its chocks and
					crashed into the other.  Both aircraft burned and were written off.
				0731 (c/n 282-3526) converted to WC-130B then to NOAA as N6541C Mar 1972,
					later reserialed N8037.  Back To USAF in 1981, converted back to 
					C-130B.  To AMARC as CF106 Apr 28, 1992.  To South African AF as 408 Oct 1996.
				0732 (c/n 282-3527) crashed near Evansville, IN during simulated engine failure Feb 6, 1992.  5 onboard killed,
					plus 11 on ground killed.
				0733 (c/n 282-3528) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  Sold to Ecuador AF as FAE 896.
				0734 (c/n 282-3530) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  Was damaged in
					nose and fuselage and was repaired in 1962 using parts from 58-0745.
					To AMARC as CF0141 Nov 23, 1993.  To South Africa as 409
				0735 (c/n 282-3531).  Damaged beyond repair Sept 1989 during landing while being delivered to 
					Colombia as FAC 1007.  W/o Jul 3, 1991, so must have been repaired
				0736 (c/n 282-2532) to Turkey Mar 1991 as 80736
				0737 (c/n 282-3534) crashed in South Vietnam Jun 9, 1967 due to 
					structural failure.  All 10 aboard killed.
				0738 (c/n 282-3535) to Philippine AF as 738
				0739 (c/n 282-3536) to Pakistan AF
				0740 (c/n 282-3537) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B, and then to GC-130B.  Destroyed on ground by
					Hurricane Andrew at Homestead AFB Aug 24, 1992.
				0741 (c/n 282-3538) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  To MASDC as CF110.  Later
					sold to Argentina AF as TC-58.
				0742 (c/n 282-3539) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  To AMARC as CF153 Jun 16, 1994.  
					Later to Botswana AF as OM-3.
				0743 (c/n 282-3540) destroyed in rocket attack on ground at Tan Son Nhut, SVN Feb 18, 1963.
				0744 (c/n 282-3541) to AMARC as CF126 May 12, 1993.  Uruguay AF as FAU 593
				0745 (c/n 282-3543) Aviation Safety Network
					has this plane as being destroyed by fire on ground at Evreux, France
					in Oct 1961.  Another report has this plane being damaged in a landing accident, and
					the wings and center section were towed 600 miles to Spangdahlem
					AB in Germany Dec 1962 and were used to repair the nose and fuselage
					of 58-0734
				0746 (c/n 282-3544) to AMARC as CF131 Jul 16, 1993.  To Botswana AF as OM-2
				0747 (c/n 282-3545) converted to WC-130B.  To AMARC as CF0107 Apr 29, 1992.  
					To Philippine AF as 3545
				0748 (c/n 282-3546) sold to Indonesian AF as T-1301. To Pelita as PK-VHD in 1978.  To Indonesian
					af as A-1301 in 1982.  W/o in hard landing at Bandung.
				0749 (c/n 282-3547) sold to Philippine AF as 749
				0750 (c/n 282-3549) converted to JC-130B.  To AMARC as CF123 Mar 11, 1993.  To Bolivian AF
				0751 (c/n 282-3550) to AMARC as CF0158 then to Tunisian AF as Z21113/TS-MTC
				0752 (c/n 282-3551) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  Sold to Chilean AF as 997.  Noted Jan 2011 at
					National Air and Space Museum, Santiago awaiting restoration.
				0753 (c/n 282-3552) to AMARC as CF112 Aug 19, 1992.  To Philippine AF as 3552
				0754 (c/n 282-3553) to AMARC as CF157 Sep 12, 1994.  Pulled for sale
					to Bangladesh Nov 3, 1999.  Delivered to Bangladesh AF Oct 2002, where it carries the 
					Bangladesh AF serial of 80754 (it also carries S3-AGA)
				0755 (c/n 282-3556) to MASDC as CF0092.  To Singapore AF as KC-130B 721 in 1988
				0756 (c/n 282-3557) converted to JC-130B, then to C-130B.  To Singapore AF as
					721 in 1977.  To KC-130B for Singapore AF.
				0757 (c/n 282-3558) sold to Colombia.  Returned to USAF before 1992. 
					To AMARC as CF121 Feb 3, 1993.  Removed from AMARC for delivery to Tunisian AF
					as Z21120/TS-MTJ.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008, so
					maybe it did not go to Tunisian AF
				0758 (c/n 282-3559) converted to WC-130B and back to C-130B.  To AMARC  as CF113 
					Sep 8, 1992.   To Bolivian AF as TAM 60. Crashed Jan 14, 2000 on takeoff from Chimorre, Bolivia.
58-0759/0771		Convair F-106A-95-CO Delta Dart
				0759 crashed Apr 11, 1967
				0760 (c/n 8-24-91) to AMARC as FN124 Mar 19, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD136).  Shot down by AIM-7M Mar 2, 1993.  I have 
					a reference which says that this plane is on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, AZ.  D. Blair of the Pima 
					museum says that this plane is not actually there.  Perhaps it was displayed there for a while a decade ago 
					and then expended.
				0761 damaged by fire Jan 8, 1963 in another nearby F-106 (58-0763) at Selfridge AFB, Michigan.
					Deemed un-repairable, taken to the Air Force academy, repainted and served as a static display on the terrazzo near the Chapel, apparently 
						as a prank, 0761 was rolled down the "Bring Me Men" ramp by a cadet class, and suffered extensive damage. It was taken from 
						the academy to salvage and parted out( sometime prior to 1970 )
				0762 crashed Sept 30, 1959
				0763 destroyed by fire Jan 8, 1963 at Selfridge AFB, Michigan
				0764 (c/n 8-24-95) to AMARC as FN153 Jul 2, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD179).  Shot down by AIM-120 Sept 19,
					1994.
				0765 crashed Jan 18, 1971.
				0766 (c/n 8-24-97) to AMARC as FN107 Dec 30, 1986.  To QF-106 (AD129).  Shot down by AIM-120 Feb 1, 
					1994.
				0767 (c/n 8-24-98) to MASDC as FN054 Apr 6, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD229).  Went out of control and
					crashed Aug 26, 1994.
				0768 crashed Sept 2, 1969
				0769 crashed after mid-air collision with T-33 Mar 10, 1966.
				0770 crashed Jan 9, 1961.
				0771 destroyed Jan 8, 1962.
58-0772/0798		Convair F-106A-100-CO Delta Dart
				0772 (c/n 8-24-103) to MASDC as FN099 Sep 4, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD120).  Shot down by AIM-7M Sept 26,
					1991.
				0773 (c/n 8-24-104) to MASDC as FN057 May 2, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD234).  Expended Dec 13, 1995
				0774 (c/n 8-24-105) to MASDC as FN032 Jan 19, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD146) Oct 16, 1991.  
					Back to AMARC Mar 4, 1998 (FN0206).  To Hill AFB Museum in March 2002.
				0775 (c/n 8-24-106) to AMARC as FN114 Jan 22, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD138).  Shot down by AIM-120 Oct 20, 1992.
				0776 crashed Aug 29, 1980.
				0777 crashed Jul 18, 1979
				0778 crashed Jul 8, 1981.
				0779 (c/n 8-24-110) to AMARC as FN106 Dec 30, 1986.  To QF-106 (AD141).  Shot down by AIM-9M Jan 9,
					1998.
				0780 (c/n 8-24-111) to AMARC as FN146 Jun 22, 1987.  to QF-106 (AD166).  Shot down by AIM-7M Mar 9,
					1993.
				0781 crashed Apr 5, 1977
				0782 (c/n 8-24-113) to AMARC as FN122 Mar 17, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD147).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jul 13,
					1993
				0783 (c/n 8-24-114) to MASDC as FN063 Oct 30, 1984.  to QF-106 (AD108).  Shot down by AIM-120 Feb 21,
					1992.
				0784 crashed Oct 3, 1986.
				0785 crashed Feb 7, 1977.
				0786 (c/n 8-24-117) to AMARC as FN115 Feb 24, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD154) Oct 11, 1991.  Written off Sept 25, 1997 due
					to cracked wing spar.  Purchased by private individual Apr 2000 and moved to El
					Paso, TX for restoration.
				0787 while on training mission from Malmstrom AFB entered uncontrollable flat 
					spin Feb 2, 1970, forcing pilot to eject.  Unpiloted, the aircraft recovered
					on its own and made gentle belly landing in snow-covered field.
					Repaired and returned to service.  Last served with 49th FIS. Put on 
					display at Griffiss AFB, NY.  Now on display at WPAFB, Ohio.
				0788 (c/n 8-24-119) to AMARC as FN110 Jan 22, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD150).  Shot down by Patriot Sept 24, 1992.
				0789 crashed Mar 17, 1966.
				0790 (c/n 8-24-121) to MASDC as FN080 Apr 4, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD228).  Ran off runway Nov 30, 1993.
				0791 (c/n 8-24-122) to MASDC Dec 21, 1983 as FN025.  To QF-106 (AD121).  Shot down by AIM-120 Dec 10, 1997.
				0792 (c/n 8-24-123) to MASDC as FN049 Apr 4, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD153).  Command destroyed Aug 26, 1993
					after lightning strike and engine flameout.
				0793 (c/n 8-24-124) to MASDC as FN065 Jan 7, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD242).
					Back to AMARC Feb 23, 1998 as FN0204.  Now at Castle Air Museum, CA being prepared
					for display.  Seen Sep 2006 on display at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA
					painted as 72456
				0794 crashed Nov 4, 1964
				0795 (c/n 8-14-126) to AMARC as FN116 Mar 3, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD180).  Shot down by AIM-7M May 11,
					1994.
				0796 w/o Aug 13, 1961.
				0797 (c/n 8-24-128) to MASDC as FN024 Dec 20, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD104).  Shot down by AIM-7F Feb 20,
					1990.
				0798 crashed into Lake Huron Jun 13, 1966.  Pilot killed.
58-0799/0899		Cancelled contract for Convair F-106A Delta Dart
58-0900/0904		Convair F-106B-65-CO Delta Dart
				0900 (c/n 8-27-42) to MASDC as FN056 Apr 9, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD274).  Crashed on landing Jul 10, 1995.
				0901 (c/n 8-27-43) to AMARC as FN154 Jul 2, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD273).  Shot down by AIM-120 Dec 20,
					1996.
				0902 (c/n 8-27-44) to MASDC as FN055 Apr 9, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD277).  Shot down by AIM-9M Jan 17,
					1997.
				0903 (c/n 8-27-45) to MASDC Apr 3, 1984 (FN046).  To Barry Goldwater Bombing Range Nov 10, 2003
				0904 (c/n 8-27-46) to MASDC Apr 2, 1984 (FN044).  To Barry Goldwater Bombing Range  Nov 7, 2003
58-0905/0950		Cancelled contract for Northrop SM-62A Snark missiles
58-0951/0966		Northrop SM-62A Snark missiles
				c/n N-3428/3443
58-0967/0982		Cancelled contract for Northrop SM-62A Snark missiles
58-0983/1006		Sikorsky H-37A-SI Mojave  
				Survivors converted to CH-37B standards in 1962
				0983 (N51912) to MASDC as XK023.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				0984 (N51917) to MASDC as XK003.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				0985 (N51914) to MASDC as XK004.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				0987 (N51918) to MASDC as XK009.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				0989 (N51915) to MASDC as XK029.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				0991 (N51921) to MASDC as XK012.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				0992 (N51916) to MASDC as XK002.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				0999 (N51923) seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				1000 (N51925) to MASDC as XK008.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				1002 (N51926) seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				1004 (N51927) to MASDC as XK021.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				1005 to MASDC as XK022.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
58-1007/1023		Convair Y/RB-58A-10-CF Hustler
				c/n 14/30.
				1007 (c/n 14) converted to TB-58A.  To MASDC as BQ0081 1/15/70
				1008 (c/n 15) destroyed 12/16/58 near Cannon AFB.  Loss of 
					control during flight due to electrical failure.
				1009 (c/n 16) brought up to B-58A standards.  To MASDC as BQ023 12/12/69.  Scrapped Jun 9, 1977
				1010 (c/n 17) brought up to B-58A standards.  To MASDC as BQ029 12/16/69.  Scrapped Jul 11, 1977
				1011 (c/n 18) brought up to B-58A standards.  To MASDC as BQ021 12/11/69.  Scrapped Jun 6, 1977
				1012 (c/n 19) destroyed 5/14/59 at Carswell AFB by fuel leak and 
					accidental ignition.
				1013 (c/n 20) brought up to B-58A standards.  To MASDC as BQ043 12/29/69.  Scrapped Jul 25, 1977
				1014 (c/n 21) brought up to B-58A standards.  To MASDC as BQ055 1/7/70.  Scrapped Jun 29, 1977
				1015 (c/n 22) brought up to B-58A standards.  To MASDC as BQ0040 12/22/69.  Scrapped Aug 9, 1977
				1016 (c/n 23) brought up to B-58A standards.  crashed at Little Rock AFB in 1965.  2 killed.
				1017 (c/n 24) destroyed 9/16/59 at Carswell AFB during
					aborted takeoff.
				1018 (c/n 25) brought up to B-58A standards.  To MASDC as BQ026 12/15/69.  Scrapped Jun 24, 1977
				1019 (c/n 26) brought up to B-58A standards.  To MASDC as BQ045 1/5/70.  Scrapped Jul 28, 1977
				1020 (c/n 27) destroyed Dec 27, 1961 near Cole Camp, MO due to engine 
					flameout caused by ruptured fuel manifold during 
					normal flight.
				1021 (c/n 28) brought up to B-58A standards.  To MASDC as BQ027 12/15/69.  Scrapped Jun 27, 1977
				1022 (c/n 29) destroyed during fatigue tests.
				1023 (c/n 30) destroyed on 4/22/60 near Ogden, Ut due to loss of 
					control during  normal flight due to data system
					failure.
58-1024			Cancelled contract for RB-58A Hustler
58-1025			Lockheed XQ-5 Kingfisher
				redesignated AGM-60 in 1962.
58-1026/1145		Cancelled contract
58-1146/1148		Republic F-105D-1-RE Thunderchief
				1146 fire  light on  takeoff at Eglin AFB, Floria Sep 26, 1960, and aborted. Pilot OK.
				1148 explosion and fire and pilot ejected near Ft Walton Beach, Florida, Mar 17, 1962.  Pilot ejected.
58-1149/1173		Republic F-105D-5-RE Thunderchief
				1149 suffered violent picth up and crashed 36 mi SE of Eglin AFB, Florida Jun 15, 1965.  Pilot killed.
				1150 (34th TFS, 388th TFW) destroyed in a nose landing gear
					collapse at Korat RTAFB Jun 26, 1968 and scrapped locally.
				1151 (388th TFW, 421st TFS) shot down by MiG-21 gunfire Apr 28, 1967. Pilot MIA
				1152 (127th TFS) suffered engine fire in-light and pilot ejected 17 mi S of McConnell AFB, Kansas Jun 16, 1971.
				1153 (388th TFW, 469th TFS) shot down by ground fire  Apr 24, 1967.  Pilot KIA
				1154 shot down by ground fire Aug 3, 1967.  Pilot POW.
				1155 at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL.
				1156 shot down MiG Jun 29, 1966, flown by Maj Fred Tracy of 421st TFS.  Shot down by AAA over RP 6
					and crashed at sea Jan 21, 1967.  Pilot rescued.
				1157 (388th TFW, 469th TFS) shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Jan 3, 1968
					30 mi N of Hanoi
				1158 (388th TFW, 469th TFS) lost in accident Apr 15, 1966.
				1159 to MASDC as FK052 Jun 26, 1981
				1160 w/o Dec 10, 1966 near Takhli AB, Thailand
				1161 w/o Nov 22, 1966 in crash 70 min NE of Korat AB, Thailand due to engine failure.  Pilot killed.
				1162 crashed short of runway at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas Oct 1, 1964.  Pilot killed.
				1164 shot down over Laos May 22, 1966.  Pilot rescued
				1165 shot down by ground fire Jul 17, 1966.  Pilot rescued
				1166 (335th TFS) crashed after structural failure and explosion over Eglin AFB range Apr 16, 1962.  Pilot killed.
				1167 scrapped May 1, 1973
				1168 shot down MiG Apr 19, 1967.  Shot down by ground fire Oct 25, 1967 25 mi SW of Hanoi.  Pilot POW.
				1169 lost Oct 5, 1967.  Pilot POW
				1170 shot down by SAM Nov 10, 1967.  Pilot POW.
				1173 to MASDC as FK043 Jun 12, 1981
58-1174/1190		Cancelled contract for Republic F-105D Thunderchief
58-1191/1192		Northrop YT-38-05-NO Talon
				c/n N.5001/5002.  Both converted to YT-38A.
				1192 at South Dakota Air and Space Museum,
					Ellsworth AFB.
58-1193			Northrop YT-38-05-NO Talon
				c/n N.5100.  static test article.
58-1194/1197		Northrop T-38A-10-NO Talon
				c/n N.5103/5106
				1194 transferred to US Navy as DT-38A, converted to QT-38A.  SOC due to damage Nov 19, 1980.
				1195 transferred to US Navy as DT-38A, converted to QT-38A.  SOC due to damage Nov 21, 1980.
				1196 (c/n N.5105) in November 1991 on display at Los Angeles at what was then called the California Museum of Science
					& Industry.   Noted fall 2003 at California Science Center, Los Angeles, CA
58-1198/1204		Cancelled contract
58-1205/1233		North American F-100F-20-NA Super Sabre
				c/n 255-1/29.
				1206 was Wild Weasel I aircraft.  to MASDC Nov 15, 1971 as FE0103
				1207 to MASDC Dec 21, 1971 as FE140
				1208 to MASDC Dec 21, 1971 as FE141.  Declared excess Aug 30, 1972
				1209 to MASDC as FE0169 Mar 15, 1972.
				1212 was Wild Weasel I aircraft.  With Wild Weasel Detachment 6234th TFW Shot down by AAA Mar 23, 1966 20 mi 
					NW of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam.  2 crew KIA
				1213 to MASDC Nov 29, 1971.  Declared excess Apr 10, 1972
				1214 to MASDC Dec 15, 1971 as FE131.  Declared excess Apr 10, 1972
				1215 (3rd TFW) damaged by VD rocket attack on Vien Hoa AB, South Vietnam Dec 12, 1969.
				1217 (90th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire near Tan An 17 mi SW of Tan Son Nhut, South Vietnam
					Jul 19, 1966.  Both crew KIA.
				1221 was Wild Weasel I aircraft.  Lost in training accident Mar 13, 1966 due to engine failure
				1222 to MASDC Jan 12, 1972 as FE151
				1223 to MASDC Feb 23, 1972 as FE167
				1224 to MASDC Jan 13, 1972 as FE152
				1226 was Wild Weasel I aircraft.  With 614th TFS, 35th TFW hit by AAA near Than Ban 10 mi N of DMC in Quang Binh
					Province, North Vietnam Jul 5, 1968.  Able to fly across the DMC where crew ejected and were rescued by
					helicopters.
				1227 was Wild Weasel I aircraft.  To MASDC Mar 15, 1972 as FE168
				1228 crashed Mar 23, 1967.
				1231 was Wild Weasel I aircraft (first one to receive the Wild Weasel I
					modifications).  Shot down over NVN Dec 20, 1965.  Pilot ejected and made POW,
					EWO KIA.
				1232 was Wild Weasel aircraft.  Now on a pedestal at Brooks AFB, TX marked as 56-3944.  Moved to Warner Robins Air
					Museum. Will be moved to Pacific Coast Air Museum
				1233 to MASDC Dec 9, 1971 as FE123.
58-1234/1323		Bendix XQ-4B Talos missiles
				Redesignated AQM-35 in 1962.  I have a reference which
					has 58-1234/1304 and 1315/1323 as being cancelled.
					Believe that only ten (58-1305/1314) were actually built.
58-1324/1328		Hughes XH-42-HU
				eventually entered service as YHO-2-HU
58-1329/1353		Beech L-23D-BH Seminole  
				c/n LH.156/LH.180.  Redesignated U-8D in 1962.
				1329 converted to U-8G
				1330 to civil registry as N49981
				1331 converted to RU-8D.  To MASDC as UB096 Dec 12, 1979.  
				1334 to MASDC as UB0005 Apr 26, 1978.  To civil registry as N3250Q
				1336 converted to U-8G.  To civil registry as N1026B
				1338 to MASDC as UB0051 Dec 29, 1978.
				1339 converted to U-8G.  To MASDC as UB099 Jan 24, 1980, to 3U0027 (Navy) Mar 10, 1981.
				1340 converted to RU-8D.  To MASDC as UB100 Apr 1, 1980.
				1341 converted to RU-8D.  To civil registry as N1996A (number now asigned to a Piper PA-22-135)
				1342 converted to RU-8D.  To MASDC as UB081 Sep 12, 1979.
				1344 to MASDC as UB087 Oct 22, 1979.  To civil registry as N1373K
				1345 converted to RU-8D.  To MASDC as 3U025 Sep 19, 1979, to 3U025 (Navy) Feb 13, 1981.
				1346 to MASDC as UB098 Dec 19, 1979.  To civil registry as N1373H
				1347 to MASDC as UB056 Feb 8, 1979.
				1348 converted to RL-23D in 1958/59 with UPD-1 SLAR system.  Later converted 
					to U-8G.  Still flying with civil registration of N2292F.  Deregistered Aug 8, 2011
				1350 to MASDC as UB057 Feb 9, 1979, to 3U022 (Navy) Feb 13, 1981.
				1351 to civil registry as N9048C
58-1354/1356		Beech L-23F-BH Seminole 
				c/n LF.3/LF.5.  Redesignated U-8F in 1962.
58-1357/1364		Beech RL-23D-BH Seminole  
				c/n LHC-3/LHC-10.  Redesignated RU-8D in 1962.
				1357 converted to U-8G.  To MASDC as UB019 May 24, 1978, to 3U0007 (Navy) Nov 12, 1980.
				1358 converted to RU-8D.  To MAASDC as UB095 Dec 12, 1979.  Seen Oct 23006 in Combat Air Museum, Tokeka, KS
				1359 converted to U-8G.  Put on display at Ft. Rucker, AL
				1360 converted to U-8G.  to MASDC as UB058 Feb 23, 1979, to 3U0008 (Navy)
					Nov 12, 1980.  Was at JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, Co Aug 2007
				1361 to MASDC as UB0012 May 3, 1978.  To vivil registry as N158LH
				1362 converted to RU-8D.  To MASDC as UB077 Aug 22, 1979.
				1363 converted to U-8G.  To MASDC as UB011 Apr 18, 1978, to 3U009 (Navy) Nov 12, 1980.
				1364 converted to U-8G.
58-1365/1380		Martin TM-76A Mace missiles
58-1381			Martin YTM-76B Mace missiles
58-1382/1390		Martin TM-76A Mace missiles
58-1391			Martin YTM-76B Mace missiles
58-1392/1400		Martin TM-76A Mace missiles
58-1401			Martin YTM-76B Mace missiles
58-1402/1407		Martin TM-76A Mace missiles
58-1408			Martin YTM-76B Mace missiles
58-1409/1411		Martin TM-76A Mace missiles
58-1412/1416		Martin TM-76B Mace missiles
58-1417			Martin YTM-76B Mace missiles
58-1418/1425		Martin TM-76B Mace missiles
58-1426/1427		Martin YTM-76B Mace missiles
58-1428/1444		Martin TM-76B Mace missiles
58-1445/1457		Martin TM-76A Mace missiles
58-1458/1460		Martin TM-76B Mace missiles
58-1461/1466		Martin TM-76A Mace missiles
				1463 preserved in City Park, Flagler, CO (Sept 2005)
				1464 preserved at Lackland AFB, Texas in 1975.
58-1467/1491		Cancelled contract, perhaps for Martin TM-76 Mace missiles
58-1492/1496		Brantly YHO-3-BR
				c/n 59/63
				1496 on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
58-1497/1552		Bell H-13H-BF Sioux
				C/n 2261/2316.   Redesignated OH-13H in 1962.
				1498,1506,1541,1548 sold to Italy.
				1500 (c/n 2264)  to civil registry as N7084G
				1501 (c/n 2265) to Spanish Army as Z.7A-37
				1505 (c/n 2269) to Spanish Army as Z.7A-38
				1516 (c/n 2280) became N67083.  Registerd to Australian user Nov 22, 2005 as VH-NZS.	
				1520 (c/n 2284) to MASDC as XF0183 Jun 28, 1972, to 1H0019 (Navy) Nov 14, 1974.
					Now at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB.
				1524 (c/n 2288) sold to Ceylon AF as CH-579
				1535 (c/n 2299) to Italy as MM80811 and preserved in Museo Storico Mororizzazione Militaire, Rome
				1544 (c/n 2308) registered as Bell-Agri Helicopter OH-13H N109DA.  Cancelled Feb 27, 1995 as destroyed
				1548 (c/n 2312) to Italian AF as MM80812 and noted preserved Dec 2008 at Bremgarten, Germany
58-1553/1680		Cancelled contracts
58-1681/1720		de Havilland of Canada U-1A-DH Otter
				1681 (c/n 285)
				1682 (c/n 287) to MASDC as UA0005 Jun 10, 1973.  To civil registry as N22UT.
				1683 (c/n 288)
				1684 (c/n 290)
				1685 (c/n 291) to MASDC as UA0002, to civil registry as N433GR
				1686 (c/n 293)
				1687 (c/n 295)
				1688 (c/n 296) to Nicaraguan AF, became C-FANJ, then N5056Q, then C-FAWZ, then N5056Q again,
					then C-FFIJ, then N103SY.  Sold to owner in Canada Jul 2008.
				1689 (c/n 298) sold to Panama AF as 303
				1690 (c/n 299) with 18th Transport Company, crashed in Vietnam Dec 12, 1963.  4 killed. 
				1691 (c/n 301)
				1692 (c/n 301)
				1693 (c/n 304)
				1694 (c/n 307) sold to Nicaraguan AF as 1015. Became N8510T. Reported Mar 2007 as sold
					to owner in Canada and registered Aug 30, 2007 to Viking Air Ltd
					of Victoria, BC as C-GITL.
				1695 (c/n 308)
				1696 (c/n 310)
				1697 (c/n 311)
				1698 (c/n 312) crashed near Orinda, California Sep 30, 1960 while on VIP flight from Monterey, California to 
					Crissy Field, Presidio.  Plane was flying near Orinda and got lost in heavy fog and clipped water tank
					of the East Bay Municipal Utility District atop a 1300-foot peak, skidded 100 feet on the hillside and
					burst into flames at top of Alta Vista Road.  All 6 aboard were killed.
				1699 (c/n 313)
				1700 (c/n 314) sold as C-GCDX
				1701 (c/n 317)
				1702 (c/n 318)
				1703 (c/n 305)
				1704 (c/n 316)
				1705 (c/n 319)
				1706 (c/n 321)
				1707 (c/n 322) sold to Cambodia Dec 1971.  Q/o May 5, 1972 at Ponchentong, Cambodia
				1708 (c/n 323)
				1709 (c/n 325) sold to Cambodia Sep 1971.  WFU
				1710 (c/n 326) sold as C-FQRI
				1711 (c/n 327) sold as N567AA
				1712 (c/n 329) sold as C-GLFL
				1713 (c/n 330) sold as N212NY
				1714 (c/n 331) converted into RU-1A *Sore Thumb* VHF Direction Finding
					aircraft. 
				1715 (c/n 333)
				1716 (c/n 334)
				1717 (c/n 335) sold to Cambodia Aug 1971.  W/o Jan 1972 at Pochentong, Cambodia
				1718 (c/n 337) sold to Cambodia Sep 1971.  WFU
				1719 (c/n 338)
				1720 (c/n 339) to MASDC.  To civil registry as N41755.
58-1721			Sikorsky H-34A-SI Choctaw
				Redesignated CH-34A in 1962.
58-1722/1822		Cancelled contracts
58-1823/1840		Kaman H-43A-KA Huskie
				Redesignated HH-43A in 1962
				1823 to N2843J Aug 18, 1965.  To FAA Civil Aeromedical Research Institute (CARI) for tests as non-flyer.
					Airframe donated to Classic Rotors of Ramona, CA and useful parts were stripped and airframe scrapped.
				1824 to N2844J.  To FAA Civil Aeromedical Research Institute (CARI) for tests as non-flyer
				1825 used as target Eglin AFB range late 1960s
				1826 to N2845J.  To FAA Civil Aeromedical Research Institute (CARI) for tests as non-flyer
				1827 to N2846J
				1828 to N2847J Feb 8, 1966. To FAA Civil Aeromedical Research Institute (CARI) for tests as non-flyer.
					 Crashed Jul 18, 1970.
				1829 to N2848J Feb 8, 1966.  To FAA Civil Aeromedical Research Institute (CARI) for tests as non-flyer.
					Crashed Jul 20, 1972
				1830 to N2849J.  To FAA Civil Aeromedical Research Institute (CARI) for tests as non-flyer.  Registration
					cancelled Aug 27, 2012.
				1832 to N2850J.  To FAA Civil Aeromedical Research Institute (CARI) for tests as non-flyer
				1833 to N2851J in 1967.  Preserved at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, GA
				1835 to N2852J.  To FAA Civil Aeromedical Research Institute (CARI) for tests as non-flyer
				1836 to N2853J in 1966.  To FAA Civil Aeromedical Research Institute (CARI) for tests as non-flyer.
					Crashed Sep 3, 1972
				1837 to civil registry as N612.  Preserved at New England Air Museum, Bradley IAP, Windsor Locks, Connecticut.
				1838 to FAA Civil Aeromedical Research Institute (CARI) for tests as non-flyer. To N2854J with Rosenbalm 
					Aviation, Medford, OR in 1968.  Crashed Oct 3, 1970
				1839 to N2855J in 1968.  To FAA Civil Aeromedical Research Institute (CARI) for tests as non-flyer.  In 1968
					to Rosenbalm Avation, Inc of Medford, OR as N2854J.  To Command Hellicopters, Inc of Medford, OR Jun 1969.
					Crashed Jul 16, 1973
				1840 to N2856J.  To FAA Civil Aeromedical Research Institute (CARI) for tests as non-flyer.  To National Airmotive Inc
					of San Antonio, TX Aug 18, 1965.  To Rosenbalm Avation of Medford, OR Feb 8, 1966.  To Avery Aviation of
					Greybull, WY Feb 20, 1968.  To Hawkins and Powers of Greybull, WY Nov 7, 1969.  To D & G Inc of
					Greybull, WY Dec 31, 1999.  With Classic Rotors Museum, Ramona, California in Nov 2010.
58-1841/1860		Kaman H-43B-KA Huskie
				C/n 1/20.  Redesignated HH-43B in 1962
				Some converted to HH-43F
				1841 (c/n 1). Noted 2003 in Pate Museum of Transportation, Cresson, TX.
					In 2005 to Goodfellow AFB for restoration.  In 2009 was
					on display at DOD Fire Academy HQ at Goodfellow AFB, TX.
				1842 to civil registry as N10767
				1843 to MASDC Feb 20, 1973 as HG040.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1844 to MASDC Jan 18, 1973 as HG025.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1845 (38th ARRS, Det 1) crashed at Phan Rang AB, South Vietnam as a result of control problems Oct 10, 1968.
					Control rod fracture at rotorhead caused the crash.  All 5 crew killed.
				1846 (c/n 6) converted to HH-43F. To MASDC as JG0061 Jan 5, 1973.  To civil registry as N62437 Dec 26, 1974, to 
					N846D May 9,1988.  Crashed May 12, 1993 at Anatone, WA.
				1847 to MASDC as HG016 Dec 27, 1972.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977.
				1848 to MASDC as HG002 Nov 24, 1972.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1852 to MASDC as HG042 Feb 28, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977 
				1853 to MASDC as HG068 May 11, 1973.  Now at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, GA
				1854 to MASDC as HG022 Jan 18, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1855 to MASDC as HG015 Dec 27, 1972.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1856 to MASDC as HG026 Jan 18, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1858 to MASDC as HG030 Feb 6, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1859 to MASDC as HG035 Feb 14, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1860 to MASDC as HG021 Jan 18, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
58-1861/1977		Cessna T-37A-CE
				c/n 40286/40402
				Most converted to T-37B
				1867,1880,1894 sold to South Vietnam
				1862 (c/n 40287, T-37B) to AMARC as TE036 Nov 20, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1863 (c/n 40288, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0272 Apr 29, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1864 (c/n 40289, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0202 Apr 9, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1866 (c/n 40291, T-37M) to AMARC as TE087 Nov 22, 1993.  Returned to service.
					Returned to AMARC as TE0192 Sep 24, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1868 (c/n 40293) converted to T-37B.  To Bangladesh AF.  As 81868, preserved in Bangladesh Air Force Museum,
					BAF Base Bashar, Dhaka.
				1869 (c/n 40294) converted to T-37B.  To Bangladesh AF as 81869 and stored at BAF Base Matiou Rahman, Jessore
					in Apr 2013.
				1871 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				1872 (c/n 40297, T-37B) to AMARC as TE001 Sep 10, 1991
				1873 (c/n 40298, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0356 Feb 28, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1874 (c/n 40299, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0003 Sep 11, 1991.  To Yankee Fighter Museum, Chino, CA
				1877 (c/n 40302) to AMARC as TE0271 Apr 29, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1879 (c/n 40304) to Bangladesh AF as 81879.  Stored at BAF Base Matiou Rahman, Jessore in Apr 2013.
				1881 (c/n 40306) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0376 May 22, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1883 (c/n 40308, T-37B) to AMARC as TE077 Aug 7, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1884 (c/n 40309, T-37B) to Royal Moroccan AF as 58884
				1885 (c/n 40310) converted to T-37B.  To Chile AF as J-391
				1886 (c/n 40311, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0383 May 30, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1887 (c/n 40312, T-37B) to AMARC as TE064 Jun 24, 1992.
				1889 (c/n 40314, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0116 Apr 17, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1890 (c/n 40315, T-37B) to Royal Moroccan AF as 58890
				1891 noted Mar 10, 2004 as ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX
				1892 converted to T-37B. To Chile AF as J-371
				1893 (c/n 40318) sold to Colombia.  On display as FAC2112 at Museo Aeroespacial Colombiano, Bogota
				1895 (c/n 40320, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0276 May 26, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1897 (c/n 40322, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0278 Jun 17, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1898 (c/n 40323, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0490 Feb 27, 2008
				1899 (c/n 40324, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0116 Apr 17, 1996.  Seen at
					airshow in 2006 so must have been returned to service.
					Back to AMARC as TE0405 Sep 12, 2007.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1901 (c/n 40326) converted to T-37B.  To Bangladesh AF as 81901 and stored at BAF Base Matiou Rahman, Jessore
					in Apr 2013.
				1902 (c/n 40327) converted to T-37B, then to OT-37B.  To AMARC as TE0111 Mar 21, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1903 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				1905 (c/n 40330, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0263 Mar 11, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1906 (c/n 40331, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0299 Feb 14, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1910 (c/n 40335, T-37B) to Royal Moroccan AF as 58910
				1914 noted Mar 10, 2005 preserved at Columbus AFB.
				1915 (c/n 40340, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0240 Nov 23, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1918 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				1920 (c/n 40345, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0268 Mar 31, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1921 (c/n 40346, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0305 Feb 28, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1922 (c/n 40347, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0198 Mar 19, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1923 (c/n 40348) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0428 Apr 8, 2008
				1924 (c/n 40349, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0138 Jul 5, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1925 (c/n 40350, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0239 Nov 23, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1927 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				1928 (c/n 40353, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0398 Aug 22, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1929 (c/n 40354, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0395 Aug 22, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1930 (c/n 40355, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0390 Jul 12, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 
				1933 (c/n 40358, T-37B) to Royal Moroccan AF as 58933
				1934 (c/n 40359) converted to T-37B.  To Chile AF as J-390.
				1935 (80th FTW/89th FTS) Crashed 40 miles north-east of Wichita Falls, TX Dec 20, 2002 
					after colliding with T-37B 57-2320. Crew ejected safely.
				1936 (c/n 40361, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0217 Jul 9, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1938 (c/n 40363, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0038 Nov 20, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1939 (c/n 40364, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0056 Dec 5, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1941 (c/n 40366, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0277 Jun 10, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1943 (c/n 40368, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0173 Jul 14, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1945 (c/n 40370, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0366 Mar 20, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1947 (c/n 40372, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0076 Aug 5, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1949 (c/n 40374, T-37B) to AMARC as TE1150 Dec 20, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1950 (T-37B, 410th BW) crashed Sept 22, 1993.
				1951 (c/n 40376, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0403 Sep 12, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1952 (c/n 40377) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE075 Aug 5, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1953 (c/n 40378, T-37B) to AMARC as TE099 Sep 20, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1954 (c/n 40379) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0425 Mar 14, 2008
				1955 (c/n 40380, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0126 Aug 27, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1956 (c/n 40381) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.  To AMARC as TE0136 Jul 23, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1958 (c/n 40383, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0148 Feb 28, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1959 (c/n 40384, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0182 Aug 22, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1960 (c/n 40385, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0386 May 30, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1961 (c/n 40386, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0274 May 20, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1962 (c/n 40387, T-37B) to AMARC as TE065 Jun 25, 1992.  Noted in compound behind restoration
					hangar at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002
				1963 (c/n 40388, T-37B) to AMARC as TE085 Jul 20, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1964 (c/n 40389, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0119 May 7, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1965 (c/n 40390, T-37B) to AMARC as TE086 Nov 22, 1993.  Returned to service with 47th FTW.
					Back to AMARC as TE0241 Nov 23, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1966 (c/n 40391) converted to T-37B.  Sold to Chile AF as J-380
				1967 (c/n 40392, T-37B) to AMARC as TE090 Nov 22, 1993.  Returned to service with
					47th FTW.  Back to AMARC as TE0242 Nov 23, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1968 (c/n 40393, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0120 May 7, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1969 (c/n 40394, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0142 Sep 10, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1972 (c/n 40397) converted to T-37B.  To Bangladesh AF as 81972 and stored at BAF Base Matiou Rahman, Jessore
					in Apr 2013.
				1973 (c/n 40398, T-37B) to AMARC as TE070 Jul 24, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1975 (c/n 40400, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0150 Mar 5, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1976 (c/n 40401) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0419 Feb 28, 2008
				1977 (c/n 40402, T-37B) to AMARC as TE047 Nov 25, 1991.  To Kansas Air Museum, McConnell AFB, KA
58-1978/2077		de Havilland of Canada L-20A-DH Beaver
				Redesignated U-6A in 1962.
				1978 (c/n 1298)
				1979 (c/n 1299/1859) to N1452Z, C-FXUN
				1980 (c/n 1301) 
				1981 (c/n 1302/1861) to MASDC as UV065 Nov 18, 1974.  To N48224, C-FRZH, N3037Y, N10349
				1982 (c/n 1303)
				1983 (c/n 1305)
				1984 (c/n 1306/1864) to MASDC Jun 30, 1972.  To Hillcrest Aircraft of 
					Lewiston, ID Feb 6, 1976.  Converted to floatplane, registered
					as N67678.  To Kenmore Air Harbor, Inc, Kenmore, WA.  As
					N345KA sold to Ketchum Air Service Inc, Anchorage, AK.
					Oct 9, 1997 registered to Ketchum Aircraft Leasing Inc,
					Anchorage, AK.  Sold to Sea Wind Aviation and registered
					Jun 30, 2005.  Crashed and was destroyed at Ketchikan, AK
					Aug 16, 2007, 5 killed, 4 injured.
				1985 (c/n 1307/1865) to N123PG, N4444Z
				1986 (c/n 1309/1866) to N67044, C-GWPF, N450DB, N67667
				1987 (c/n 1310) 
				1988 (c/n 1311)
				1989 (c/n 1312/1869) 
				1990 (c/n 1314/1870) to HP-757
				1991 (c/n 1315/1871) to N9999U in 1962, later to N3064F
				1992 (c/n 1316/1872) to N9036, C-GTBQ
				1993 (c/n 1317/1873) 
				1994 (c/n 1319/1874) to MASDC as UD0058 Jul 18, 1974.  To civil registry as N216GB, 
					then N1019T.  To Atlantic Aircraft Salvage of Vancouver, BC as C-FJPB Mar 16, 2004.
				1995 (c/n 1320)
				1996 (c/n 1321/1876) to N99870, CF-IDF, C-FIDF
				1997 (c/n 1322/1877) on display at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA
				1998 (c/n 1323/1878) to N99871, CF-IDM, D-FIDM
				1999 (c/n 1325/1879) to C-GUHN
				2000 (c/n 1326/1880)
				2001 (c/n 1327)
				2002 (c/n 1328/1882)
				2003 (c/n 1329/1883) to CF-GMK, C-FGMK
				2004 (c/n 1331/1884) to N741DB
				2005 (c/n 1332/1885) to N68085, crashed destroyed by fire
				2006 (c/n 1333/1886) to C-GKAO
				2007 (c/n 1334)
				2008 (c/n 1335/1888) to N5345G, C-GRYG
				2009 (c/n 1337/1889) to MASDC as UD071 Aug 17, 1975.  To N9282Z, C-GDWP
				2010 (c/n 1338/1890) to N67675, N155WC, N90YC
				2011 (c/n 1339/1891) to CF-DPW, C-FDPW
				2012 (c/n 1340)
				2013 (c/n 1341/1893) to C-GPUQ
				2014 (c/n 1343/1894) to N13027, CF-FKL, C-FFKL
				2015 (c/n 1344/1895) to CF-GHY, F-FGHY
				2016 (c/n 1345/1896) .  To N9772Z, to N97EL May 1986.
				2017 (c/n 1346) to MASDC as UD069 Jun 25, 1975.  To civil registry as N114RA with US Navy Oct 1, 1976.
					WFU Oct 15, 1981
				2018 (c/n 1348/1898) became N87782, then N1348.  To VH-PCF Mar 31, 2005,
				2019 (c/n 1349/1899) to United Nations as 402, returned to US Army, to N62352, to
					C-GPDS Aug 1983.
				2020 (c/n 1350/1900) to Deutsche Technik Museum, Berline Apr 1987.  Stored at Berlin
					Tempelhof Airport since 1996.
				2021 (c/n 1351)
				2022 (c/n 1352/1902) to N41F
				2023 (c/n 1353/1903) to C-GAQW
				2024 (c/n 1355/1904) to N43446
				2025 (c/n 1356/1905) to N68086, C-FWAC
				2026 (c/n 1357)
				2027 (c/n 1358/1907) Became C-GSKY, which registration was cancelled April 
					2003 on sale to new owner in Fiji.  Registered April 2003 to Pacific island 
					Air Ltd of Nadi, Fiji as DQ-GEE.
				2028 (c/n 1359/1908) to C-GUFZ, N3016T, N67687
				2029 (c/n 1361/1909) to N6476, N88919
				2030 (c/n 1362/1910) to C-GAQX, destroyed
				2031 (c/n 1363/1911) to N62353
				2032 (c/n 1364/1912) to C-GTBC
				2033 (c/n 1365/1913) 
				2034 (c/n 1366/1914) to N55235, N471PM
				2035 (c/n 1367/1915) to N102SY
				2036 (c/n 1368/1916) to N8NK in 1974.  To C-GJST in 1987.  Crashed into Ottawa river at Masson-Angers, 
					Canada Jun 14, 2004.  Pilot killed.
				2037 (c/n 1369/1917) became N47031, N26LU.  By 1998 was N6873L with Kenmore Air.
					To N1117L Apr 16, 2003
				2038 (c/n 1370)
				2039 (c/n 1371/1919) to MASDC as UD034 Mar 28, 1973.  To  N90646, N297B Mar 17, 2006
				2040 (c/n 1372/1920) became N67030
				2041 (c/n 1373/1921) to N5334G, C-GAIJ
				2042 (c/n 1374/1922) to N87775, C-GMKP
				2043 FMS to Philippines.  Sold on civilian market in 1990 as RP-51
				2044 (c/n 1376/1924)
				2045 (c/n 1377)
				2046 (c/n 1378) 
				2047 (c/n 1379/1927) to N9194Z
				2048 (c/n 1380/1928) to N9271Z, N908JM
				2049 (c/n 1381/1929) by 1998 was N1018U with Kenmore Air
				2050 (c/n 1382/1930) to N101SY, N67686 Nov 1994, to to C-GNWS Jul 9, 2001.
					Destroyed by fire Apr 1994, burned to floats
				2051 (c/n 1383/1931) to N68086 crashed Jan 23, 1973 at Ketchikan, AK
				2052 (c/n 1384/1932) to Laotian AF as 82052
				2053 (c/n 1385/1933) to Laotian AF as 82053, returned to US Army.  then to C-GUVJ Apr 1987, N577V Jul 1993.
					Current in 2006
				2054 (c/n 1386/1934) to N9301Z
				2055 (c/n 1387/1935) to N9290Z
				2056 (c/n 1388)
				2057 (c/n 1389/1937) to N94471, N4471, C-GLSA
				2058 (c/n 1390)
				2059 (c/n 1391/1939) to United Natins as 401.  Returned to US Army Apr 1960 
				2060 (c/n 1392/1940) to N62354, C-GLOC
				2061 (c/n 1393)
				2062 (c/n 1394/1942) on display at Midland Air Museum, Coventry, UK.
				2063 (c/n 1395/1943) to MASDC as UD0051 Mar 14, 1974.  To N217GB, N734Q
				2064 (c/n 1396/1944) in museum storage at Ft Benning, GA
				2066 (c/n 1398/1946) became N83125, then 58-2066 again, then N87860, the C-GJJG,
					the N101CB.  Sold Sep 2006 to owner in Canada.
				2068 (c/n 1400/1948) to N9300A, N216UA
				2069 (c/n 1401) to N103SY, to N99RL Jun 1991, to V3HML in 1995,
					to N4334Y May 22, 1999
				2070 (c/n 1402)
				2071 (c/n 1403/1951) to to MASDC as UD072 Aug 11, 1975.  To N31339, C-GUNE, N93V, N420RC
				2072 (c/n 1404)
				2073 sold to Austria
				2074 (c/n 1407/1955) to N67692, N692F, N121KT
				2075 (c/n 1408/1956) to N9823F, back to 58-2075, to N9251A Nov 1991, to C-GHAF May 1998.  Used
					in movie "Six Days and Seven Nights", marked as F-0318.  Crashed into ravine at Penticton
					Creek, Canada Aug 29, 2003.  3 killed.
				2076 to to MASDC as UD0041 Jul 12, 1973.  To N64856, to C-FZEZ May 4, 1999
				2077 (c/n 1410/1958) to N90508, N8134G
58-2078/2093		Bell HU-1A-BF Iroquois
				c/n 19/34
				Redesignated UH-1A-BF in 1962
				Some converted to TH-1A
				2079 (c/n 20) to N93066
				2080 to MASDC
				2084 to MASDC as XA005 Jul 11, 1971.
				2091 to MASDC as XA017 Jul 14, 1971.  Was at Ft Campbell, KY in 1998
58-2094/2106		Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
				c/n 580-1760/1772 (Scramble website gives these c/ns as 1680/1692) 
				2094 (26th TRW) SOC Feb 28, 1973 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
				2095 to MASDC Mar 14, 1972.  Sold to Taiwan
				2099 to AMARC as TC1320 Feb 19, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2100 to Philippine AF
				2101 to AMARC as TC1343 Dec 1, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2106 at McChord Air Museum, WA.
58-2107/2186		Cessna L-27A-CE Blue Canoe
				c/n 38081/38160.  Redesignated U-3A in 1962.
				2107 (c/n 38081) converted to GU-3A.  QFU Aug 25, 1970.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				2108 (c/n 38082) WFU Apr 5, 1972.  To N1363P
				2109 (c/n 38083) WFU Apr 10, 1973.  To N5971
				2110 (c/n 38084) WFU May 26, 1968.  To N82110
				2111 (c/n 38085) WFU Apr 9, 1971.  To N9062Y.  Preserved at Selfridge, MI Museum
				2112 (c/n 38086) WFU May 26, 1968
				2113 (c/n 38087) WFU Sep 10, 1970.  To N2273A
				2114 (c/n 38088) WFU Apr 19, 1971.  To N4266
				2115 (c/n 38089) to US Navy as BuNo 159073
				2116 (c/n 38090) WFU Apr 23, 1968
				2117 (c/n 38091) WFU Apr 6, 1971.  To N5052
				2118 (c/n 38092) WFU Sep 14, 1970.  To N65387
				2119 (c/n 38093) WFU Jun 14, 1972
				2120 (c/n 38094) WFU Apr 13, 1971.  To N107Z
				2121 (c/n 38095) WFU Aug 27, 1968.  To N17U
				2122 (c/n 38096) WFU Apr 13, 1971.  To N6468
				2123 (c/n 38097) to N71310
				2124 (c/n 38098) WFU Sep 11, 1968.  Preserved on display at WPAFB Museum.
				2125 (c/n 38099) WFU Apr 13, 1971.  To N5273G
				2126 (c/n 39100) on display at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, Delaware in 2013.
				2127 (c/n 38101) to N87SM. On display at Travis AFB Museum
				2128 (c/n 38102) WFU Aug 27, 1968.  To N32404
				2129 (c/n 38103) WFU Sep 5, 1968.  To N6476
				2130 (c/n 38104) WFU Sep 10, 1968
				2131 (c/n 38105) WFU Sep 25, 1968.  To N76NE
				2132 (c/n 38106) WFU Apr 14, 1971.  To N6747
				2133 (c/n 38107) WFU Aug 29, 1968
				2134 (c/n 38108) to N5772
				2135 (c/n 38109) WFU Mar 22, 1968.  To US Navy as BuNo 159074
				2136 (c/n 38110) WFU Aug 22, 1966.  To N75SU
				2137 (c/n 38111) WFU Mar 27, 1971.  To N6086
				2138 (c/n 38112) WFU Sep 3, 1968.  to N222FB with Fort Bliss 
					Flying Club, TX.  Reported Jan 2009 in storage at American
					Airpower Museum, Farmingdale, NY
				2139 (c/n 38113) WFU Aug 28, 1968.  To N16200.
				2140 (c/n 38114) WFU Jan 22, 1971.  To N4395
				2141 (c/n 38115) WFU Apr 3, 1971.  To N83637
				2142 (c/n 38116) WFU Apr 7, 1972
				2143 (c/n 38117) WFU Sep 4, 1968.  To N2WT
				2144 (c/n 38118) WFU May 8, 1972
				2146 (c/n 38120) to MASDC as HM0158 Nov 1, 1971.  
				2147 (c/n 38121) WFU Sep 6, 1968
				2148 (c/n 38122) WFU Sep 30, 1968
				2149 (c/n 38123) WFU Apr 9, 1968.  To N12NP
				2150 (c/n 38124) WFU Apr 6, 1971.  To N308S
				2152 (c/n 38126) to N345P
				2153 (c/n 38127) WFU Apr 3, 1971.  To N5975
				2155 (c/n 38129) WFU Aug 29, 1968.  To N971WF
				2156 (c/n 38130) WFU Mar 31, 1971.  To N7349
				2158 (c/n 38132) to N64805
				2159 (c/n 38133) WFU Sep 3, 1968.  To N5386G
				2160 (c/n 38134) WFU Apr 10, 1973.  To N5972
				2161 (c/n 38135) to N1395K
				2162 (c/n 38136) WFU Sep 14, 1968.  To MASDC as HM0096 Sep 17, 1968.  To N75CA
				2163 (c/n 38137) WFU Aug 22, 1966.  To N5000U
				2164 (c/n 38138) WFU Apr 5, 1971.  To N4568
				2165 (c/n 38139) to N5276G
				2166 (c/n 38140) WFU Apr 8, 1971.  To N88SM.  Preserved on display at 45th Infantry Museum, OK.
				2167 (c/n 38141) to N64802
				2168 (c/n 38142) to N75CA
				2169 (c/n 38143) WFU Aug 3, 1972.  To N5070F
				2170 (c/n 38144) WFU Jan 22, 1971.  To N110Z
				2171 (c/n 38145) WFU Apr 7, 1971.  To N7274N
				2172 (c/n 38146) WFU Mar 31, 1971.  To N79MU
				2173 (c/n 38147) to civil registry as N85853.
				2175 (c/n 38149) WFU Apr 3, 1971.  To N103Z
				2176 (c/n 38150) WFU Aug 26, 1968.  To N4305
				2177 (c/n 38151) WFU Sep 16, 1968.  To N347P
				2178 (c/n 38152) to N4741S
				2179 (c/n 38153) WFU Apr 10, 1968.  To N31612
				2180 (c/n 38154) WFU Aug 26, 1968
				2181 (c/n 38155) WFU Aug 15, 1968.  To N11292
				2182 (c/n 38156) WFU Aug 15, 1968.  To N10GT
				2183 (c/n 38157) WFU Aug 21, 1968.  To N182Z
				2184 (c/n 38158) WFU Aug 16, 1968
				2185 (c/n 38159) WFU Aug 15, 1968
58-2187/2231		Convair SM-65D Atlas missiles
				2187 (16D)
				2188 (17D) launch failed Sep 16, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2189 (18D) launched Oct 6, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2190 (19D)
				2191 (20D) Atlas-Able IVB failed in attempt to place probe in lunar orbit
					Nov 26, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL.  Payload shroud separated 45 sec after
					liftoff, upper stages torn from vehicle and fell into Atlantic
				2192 (21D) launched Jun 26, 1962, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2193 (22D) launched Oct 9, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2194 (23D) launch failed May 6, 1960, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2195 (24D) 
				2196 (25D) launched Apr 22, 1960, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2197 (26D) launched Oct 29, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2198 (27D) launched Jun 27, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2199 (28D) launched Nov 4, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2200 (29D) Atlas Agena A launch of Midas 1 failed Feb 26, 1960,
					Cape Canaveral, FL.
				2201 (30D)
				2202 (31D) launched Dec 8, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2203 (32D) launched Aug 9, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2204 (33D) launch failed Sep 29, 1960, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2205 (34D) launch of OV1-@ 1965 078A Oct 5, 1965, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2206 (35D) launched Abres Mk12R PDV Jan 22, 1967, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2207 (36D) at Hall of Science, Queens, NY, formerly at General Dynamics plant, San Diego, CA
				2208 (37D) at Kennedy Space Center Rocket Garden on permanent loan from Smithsonian Institution.
				2209 (38D) launched Abres AZ-1/SSP-30 Apr 7, 1967, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2210 (39D) launch failed Jan 25, 1963, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2211 (40D) launched Dec 18, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2212 (41D) launched Nike Target 28 May 26, 1966, Vandenberg AFB, FL
				2213 (42D) launched Mar 8, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2214 (43D) launched Jan 6, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2215 (44D) launched Jan 26, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2216 (45D) Atlas Agena A launched Midas 2 May 24, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2217 (46D) launch failed Mar 15, 1963, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2218 (47D) launch failed Sep 12, 1960, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2219 (48D) launch failed Apr 7, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2220 (49D) launched Feb 11, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2221 (50D) was Mercury Atlas 1 (MA-1) used as qualification flight for
					Mercury Atlas combination Jul 29, 1960.  Failed after 3 min 8 sec.
				2222 (51D) launch failed Mar 10, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2223 (52D) launched Feb 21, 1962, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2224 (53D) launched Nov 29, 1961, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2225 (54D) launched Jun 11, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2226 (55D) launched Oct 22, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2227 (56D) launched May 20, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2228 (57D) Atlas Agena A failed to launch Samos I Oct 11, 1960,
					Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2229 (58D) launched OV1-7/A Jul 14, 1966, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2230 (59D) launched Nike Target 17 Jul 1, 1965, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2231 (60D) launch failed, Jul 2, 1960
58-2232/2237		Martin XSM-68-1-MA Titan I missiles
				2232 (C-1) failed in launch for LC-16 pad Cape Canaveral, FL due to second stage ignition failure Mar 8, 1960
				2233 (C-2) static fired on test stand at Denver, CO to investigate C-3 explosion in mid 1960.  First stage was DBR
					by pad erector at Denver Aug 20, 1959.
				2234 (C-3) exploded on launch pad LC-16 at Cape Canaveral, FL Dec 11, 1959.  Accidental destruction by destruct system.
				2235 (C-4) in launch failure from LC-16 pad at Cape Canaveral, FL Feb 5, 1960.  Nosecone fall away from
					rocket at 60 seconds after liftoff, destroyed by RSO at 52 sec.
				2236 (C-5) in partial failure in launch from pad LC-16 at Cape Canaveral, FL Apr 8, 1960.
					Second stage premature shutdown.
				2237 (C-6) in successful flight from pad LC-16 at Cape Canaveral, FL Apr 28, 1960.
58-2238/2254		Martin XSM-68-3-MA Titan I missiles
				2238 (G-3) used for pad fit checks at Cape Canaveral/Vandenberg AFB
				2239 (G-4) launched from pad LC-15 at Cape Canaveral, FL in 8000-km downrage flight Feb 24, 1960.
					First attempt to separate Mk IV nosecone.
				2240 (G-5) launched from pad LC-15 at Cape Canaveral, FL in 8000-km downrange flight Mar 22, 1960.
					Nosecone recovered
				2241 (G-6) launched from pad LC-15 at Cape Canaveral, FL in 8000-km downrange flight Apr 21, 1960.
					Nosecone recovered.
				2242 (G-7) launched from pad LC-15 at Cape Canaveral, FL in 8000-km downrange flight May 13, 1960.
					Nosecone recovered.
				2243 (G-8) launched from pad LC-15 at Cape Canaveral, FL in 9600-km downrange flight Sep 29, 1960. Second stage failed.
				2244 (G-9) launched from pad LC-15 at Cape Canaveral, FL in 8000-km downrange flight May 27, 1960.
					Nosecone not recovered due to high seas.
				2245 (G-10) launched from pad LC-15 at Cape Canaveral, FL Jun 24, 1960.  Nosecone recovered.
				2246 (J-3) launched Oct 7, 1960.  Nosecone recovered.
				2247 (J-4) lost hydraulic power in first stage 142 seconds after liftoff from Pad LC-20 at Cape
					Canaveral Jul 28, 1960.  
				2248 (J-5) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-20 Oct 7, 1960.  Nosecone not recovered.
				2249 (J-6) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-19 Oct 24, 1960.  Achieved 9800 km range, nosecone recovered
				2250 (J-7) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-20 Aug 10, 1960.  Achieved 8000 km range, nosecone not recovered.
				2251 (J-8) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-19 Sep 28, 1960.  Capsule recovered
				2252 (V-1) launched from Vandenberg LE-A1 Apr 4, 1963. Success
				2253 (J-2) lost hydraulic power in first stage 20 seconds after liftoff from Pad LC-20 at Cape
					Canaveral Jul 1, 1960.  Destroyed at altitude of 90 meters.
				2254 (V-2) silo elevator failed during pad check at Vandenberg Dec 3, 1960, fell back into 
					silo, exploded, silo destroyed
58-2255/2326		Douglas SM-75 Thor missiles
				2255 (vehicle number 144) used as first stage of Thor Delta A-10 to launch Echo 1
					May 13, 1960.  Failure
				2256 (vehicle number 145) launched Dec 5, 1958.  Partial success
				2257 (vehicle number 146) launched Dec 16, 1958.  Success
				2258 (vehicle number 147) used to launch Thor Burner I (Altair) from Vandenberg AFB
					Mar 30, 1966.  Success
				2259 (vehicle number 148) used as first stage to launch TIROS 1 Apr 1, 1960.  Success
				2260 (vehicle number 149) launched Dec 30, 1958.  Failure
				2261 (vehicle number 150) on static display at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH
				2262 (vehicle number 151) launched Dec 16, 1958.  Success
				2263 (vehicle number 152) launched from Johnston Island Mar 27, 1970.  Success
				2264 (vehicle number 153) used to launch Thor Burner IIA from Vandenberg AFB Mar 24, 1972.  Success
				2265 (vehicle number 154) launched Jan 30, 1959.  Partial success
				2266 (vehicle number 155) launched from Johnston Island Apr 5, 1965.  Success
				2267 (vehicle number 156) launched in Operation Fishbowl from Johnston Island Oct 15, 1962.  Failure
				2268 (vehicle number 157) on static dislpay at SAMSO Headquarters, Inglewood, CA
				2269 (vehicle number 158) launched Mar 21, 1959.  Success
				2270 (vehicle number 159) used to launch Thor Burner IIA from Vandenberg AFB Oct 14, 1971.  Success
				2271 (vehicle number 160) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 12 from
					Vandenberg AFB Jun 29, 1960.  Agena second stage failed
				2272 (vehicle number 161) launched Apr 16, 1959 from Vandenberg AFB.  Success
				2273 (vehicle number 162) launched Mar 26, 1959.  Success
				2274 (vehicle number 163) used as first stage for Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 1
					from Vandenberg AFB Feb 28, 1959.  Success
				2275 (vehicle number 164) launched Apr 25, 1959.  Success
				2276 (vehicle number 165) launched Sep 6, 1961 from Vandenberg AFB.  Success
				2277 (vehicle number 166) blew up while being static fired at Vandenberg AFB Apr 9, 1959
				2278 (vehicle number 167) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Sep 15, 1966.  Success
				2279 (vehicle number 168) launched from Johnston Island Mar 31, 1967.  Success
				2280 (vehicle number 169) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Feb 8, 1967.  Success
				2281 (vehicle number 170) used as first stage for Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 2
					from Vandenberg AFB Apr 13, 1959.  Success
				2282 (vehicle number 171) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Jun 29, 1967.  Success
				2283 (vehicle number 172) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Sep 11, 1976.  Success
				2284 (vehicle number 173) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Oct 22, 1968.  Success
				2285 (vehicle number 174) used as first stage for Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 3
					from Vandenberg AFB Jun 3, 1959.  Failure
				2286 (vehicle number 175) launched Aug 3, 1959 from Vandenberg AFB.  Successm  May have been part of RAF
					training program
				2287 (vehicle number 176) launched Apr 23, 1959.  Success
				2288 (vehicle number 177, Thor Ballistic) launched May 2, 1962.  Success
				2290 (vehicle number 179) used as first stage for Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 4
					from Vandenberg AFB Jun 25, 1959.  Failure
				2291 (vehicle number 180) launched in Operation Fishbowl from Johnston Island Jul 25, 1962. Failure
				2292 (vehicle number 181) launched Nov 12, 1959 from Vandenberg AFB.  Success
				2293 (vehicle number 182) used to launch Thor Burner IIA from Vandenberg AFB Feb 19, 1976.  Failure
				2294 (vehicle number 183) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Jun 5, 1977.  Success
				2295 (vehicle number 184) launched May 22, 1959.  Success
				2296 (vehicle number 185) launched from Vandenberg AFB Dec 14, 1959.  Failure
				2297 (vehicle number 186) launched from Vandenberg AFB Oct 11, 1960.  Success
				2298 (vehicle number 187) launched May 12, 1959.  Success
				2299 (vehicle number 188) launched from Johnston Island Dec 7, 1965.  Success
				2300 (vehicle number 189) hangar queen at Langley Field, VA
				2301 (vehicle number 190) launched Aug 14, 1959 from Vandenberg AFB.  Partial success
				2302 (vehicle number 191) launched Jun 16, 1959.  Failure
				2303 (vehicle number 192) used as first stage for Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 5
					from Vandenberg AFB Aug 13, 1959.  Success
				2305 (vehicle number 194) launched Jun 29, 1959.  Partial success
				2307 (vehicle number 196) launched from Johnston Island Mar 12, 1966.  Success
				2308 (vehicle number 197) used to launch Thor Burner IIA from Vandenberg AFB May 24, 1975.  Success
				2309 (vehicle number 198) launched Jun 25, 1959.  Success
				2310 (vehicle number 199, Thor Ballistic) launched from Johnston Island Jun 3, 1962.  Success.
				2311 (vehicle number 200) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 6 from
					Vandenberg AFB Aug 19, 1959.  Success
				2312 (vehicle number 201) UK IRBM conversion missile assigned to 437 Program
				2313 (vehicle number 202) launched Jul 24, 1959.  Success
				2314 (vehicle number 203) launched Jul 21, 1959.  Failure
				2315 (vehicle number 204) launched Aug 14, 1959.  Success
				2316 (vehicle number 205) launched from Johnston Island May 14, 1968.  Success
				2317 (vehicle number 206) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 7 from
					Vandenberg AFB Nov 7, 1959.  Success
				2318 (vehicle number 207) used to launch Thor Burner IIA from Vandenberg AFB Mar 16, 1974.  Success
				2319 (vehicle number 208) launched Aug 5, 1959.  Success
				2320 (vehicle number 209) launched from Johnston Island Mar 1, 1964.  Success
				2321 (vehicle number 210) used to Launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Jun 8, 1971. Success
				2322 (vehicle number 211) on static display at Los Angeles Space Museum
				2323 (vehicle number 212) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 8 from
					Vandenberg AFB Nov 20, 1959.  Agena second stage failed.
				2324 (vehicle number 213) used to launch Thor Burner I (Altair) from Vandenberg AFB
					Sep 9, 1965.  Success
				2325 (vehicle number 214) launched from Vandenberg AFB Dec 5, 1961.  Success
				2326 (vehicle number 215) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jan 21, 1960.  Success
58-2327/3016		Radioplane OQ-19D drones
58-3017/3047		Bell HU-1A-BF Iroquois
				c/n 35/65
				Redesignated UH-1A-BF in 1962.  Some converted to TH-1A
				3019 boom used to repair 64-13914.  Rest of airframe may have been scrapped.
				3023 used for maintenance training at Fort Rucker, AL
				3031 used for maintenance training at Fort Rucker, AL
				3035 to MASDC as XA011 Jul 12, 1971.
				3037 used for maintenance training at Fort Rucker, AL
				3038 seen out on Eglin AFB range Aug 1976
58-3048/3092		Beech L-23D-BH Seminole
				c/n RLH.49/93.  Remanufactured from earlier L-23A/B serials 52-6162/6216 and 53-6153/6192.
				Redesignated U-8D and RU-8D in 1962
				3048 to MASDC as UB071 May 24, 1979.  Was at JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, Co Aug 2007
				3050 converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962).  To MASDC as UB0101 Apr 1, 1980.
				3051 on display at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA
				3052 converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962).  To MASDC as UB0041 Sep 27, 1978.
				3054 to MASDC as UB0002 Apr 14, 1978.
				3055 converted to U-8G.  To MASDC as UB0045 Oct 17, 1978, to 3U0010 (Navy) Nov 12, 1980.
				3057 (c/n RLH-58) converted to U-8G.  to MASDC as UB0015 May 17, 1978, to
					3U0011 (Navy) Nov 12, 1980.  Registration N9182F reserved for South Seattle Community College
					Oct 23, 1987.  Finally taken up Sep 14, 2003.
				3058 to MASDC as UB0013 May 10, 1978.  Seen at scrapyard near AMARC Aug 28, 2000.
				3059 converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962). To MASDC as UB097 Dec 12, 1979.
				3060 converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962). To MASDC as UB102 Jun 27, 1980.
				3061 converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962). To MASDC as UB092 Nov 1, 1979.  To civil registry as N102SF
				3062 converted to U-8G.  To MASDC as UB010 Apr 28, 1978, to 3U012 (Navy) as Nov 12, 1980.
				3063 to MASDC as UBH0055 Jan 22, 1979.  To civil registry as N419G
				3064 converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962).  To civil registry as N87940
				3065 to MASDC as UB0070 May 10, 1979.  To civil registry as N28DJ
				3066 to MASDC as UB0020 May 31, 1978.  seen at J. W. Duff Aircraft, Stapleton APT, Co Aug 2007
				3068 to civil registry as N4236Y
				3070 to MASDC as UB0050 Dec 28, 1978.
				3073 to civil registry as N93Z
				3074 to MASDC as UB018 May 18, 1978.  To civil registry as N62JR
				3075 converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962).  To MASDC as UB078 Aug 29, 1979, to 3U0021 (Navy) Feb 13, 1981.
				3077 converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962).  To MASDC as UB054 Jan 22, 1979, to 3U0024 Feb 13, 1981.
				3078 converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962)
				3080 to MASDC as UB062 Mar 26, 1979.  To civil registry as N3126N
				3081 to civil registry as N49290
				3083 to MASDC as UB069 May 8, 1979.  To civil registry as N45854
				3084 to MASDC as UB086 Oct 1, 1979.  To civil registry as N28CJ
				3086 (c/n RLH-87) converted to RU-8D.  To MASDC as UB085 Sep 27, 1979. 
					Noted October 1996 at WASP Aviation Musem, Quartzsite, AZ
				3087 to MASDC as UB039 Sep 27, 1978.  to civil registry as N2979Y
				3088 (c/n RLH-89) to civil registry as N87940, registration cancelled May 8, 2003
					as 'destroyed'.
				3089 converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962).  To MASDC as UB089 Oct 23, 1979.
				3091 (c/n RLH-92) in Sept 2005 seen as instructional airframe at Everett-Paine Field
				3092 to MASDC as UB0009 Apr 28, 1978, to 3U0017 (Navy) Feb 13, 1981.
58-3093/3096		Helio L-28A (U-10A) Courier
				Some sources list these serial numbers as a cancelled contract.
58-3097/3596		Radioplane OQ-19 drones
58-3597/4596		Radioplane OQ-19D drones
58-4597/5278		Radioplane OQ-19B drones
58-5279/5290		Chrysler SM-78-1-AB Jupiter missiles
				Redesignated PGM-19A-1-AB in 1962
58-5291/5297		Chrysler SM-78-1B-AB Jupiter missiles
				Redesignated PGM-19A-1-AB in 1962.
58-5298/5303		Chrysler SM-78-2-AB Jupiter missiles
				Redesignated PGM-19A-1-AB in 1962.
58-5304/5395		Bell H-13H-BF Sioux
				C/n 2317/2408.  Redesignated OH-13H in 1962.
				5369,5379 sold to Ceylon.
				5317,5392 sold to Italy.
				5327,5371,5373,5376,5388 sold to Spain.
				5310 to civil registry as N7084M
				5311 (c/n 2324) to Brazil as FAB 8611
				5327 to Spanish Army as Z.7A-39
				5348 (c/n 2361) reported Feb 26, 2006 to have been in Helicopter
					Museum, Bueckeburg, Germany since at least 1971
				5361 (c/n 2374) to Brazil as FAB 8612
				5369 (c/n 2382) to Ceylon AF as CH-580.  Preserved at Ratmalana.
				5371 to Spanish Army as Z.7A-40
				5373 to Spanish Army as Z.7A-41
				5376 to Spanish Army as Z.7A-42
				5379 (c/n 2392) to Ceylon AF as CH-581
				5385 (OH-13H) to Greek AF; noted 1997 at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens
				5386 to Greek AF
				5388 to Spanish ARmy as Z.7A-43
				5389 (c/n 2402) to Italian AF as MM80816 and on German civil registry in 2009 as D-HNAD
				5392 (c/n 2405) to Italian AF as MM80791 and preserved at Latina AB in Apr 2001.
58-5396/5397		Lockheed SC-130B-LM Hercules 
				Purchased on USAF contract as addendum aircraft specifically for US Coast Guard 
				5396 (c/n 282-3529) to US Coast Guard as 1339
				5397 (c/n 282-3533) to US Coast Guard as 1340
				Redesignated HC-130G and then HC-130B
58-5398/5505		Hiller H-23D-UH Raven
				Redesignated OH-23D in 1962.
				5399 to MASDC a XG380 Feb 7, 1973
				5401 to MASDC as XG369 Jan 20, 1973.  To N62349.
				5402 to MASDC as XG387 Feb 16, 1973.  To N8ZH
				5403 to MASDC as XG401 Apr 5, 1973.  To N90542
				5405 to MASDC as XG375 Feb 5, 1973.  
				5406 to MASDC as XG240 Jun 6, 1972.
				5407 at Stout Field Military Equipment Museum.
				5411 to MASDC as XG370 Jan 20, 1973.  To N48265
				5416 to MASDC as XG206 Apr 14, 1972.
				5417 to MASDC as XG234 May 14, 1972.
				5418 to MASDC as XG289 Oct 7, 1972.  To N62361
				5420 to MASDC as XG177 Mar 7, 1972.  To N59366
				5421 to MASDC as XG356 Dec 20, 1972
				5422 to MASDC as XG402 Apr 5, 1973.  To N63321
				5424 to MASDC as XG204 Apr 12, 1972.  To N8QA
				5425 to MASDC as XG205 Apr 12, 1972.  To N47035
				5426 to MASDC as XG312 Oct 27, 1972.  To N62362
				5428 to MASDC as XG262 Aug 3, 1972.  To N62351.
				5431 to MASDC as XG348 Dec 10, 1972.
				5432 to MASDC as XG374 Feb 1, 1973.  To C-GHTI
				5434 to MASDC as XG228 May 13, 1972.
				5435 to MASDC as XG388 Feb 16, 1973.  To N48266
				5436 to MASDC as XG365 Jan 14, 1973.  To N67095
				5437 to MASDC as XG353 Dec 18, 1972.  To N96107
				5438 to MASDC as XG300 Oct 18, 1972.  To N68025.
				5441 to MASDC as XG250 Jun 16, 1972.  To N87766
				5442 to MASDC as XG345 Dec 10, 1972.
				5443 to MASDC as XG251 Jun 17, 1972.  To N96173
				5444 to MASDC as XG0241 Jun 6, 1972.  To N8402D
				5445 to MASDC as XG309 Oct 25, 1972.  To N47081
				5446 to MASDC as XG303 Oct 18, 1972.  To N87785
				5449 to MASDC as XG308 Oct 25, 1972.  
				5450 to MASDC as XG314 Oct 27, 1972.  To N67138
				5452 to MASDC as XG403 Apr 5, 1973.  To N31330
				5454 to MASDC as XG366 Jan 14, 1973.  To N604RA
				5455 to MASDC as XG335 Nov 27, 1972.  To N67113
				5457 to MASDC as XG320 Nov 6, 1972.  To N9QA
				5458 to MASDC as XG229 May 13, 1972.  To N102BB
				5459 to civil registry as N5985 and noted on display Apr 2011 at entrance to former Fort Wolters, Mineral Wells,
					Texas
				5461 to MASDC as XG275 Sep 5, 1972.
				5464 to MASDC as XG207 Apr 14, 1972.  To N62376
				5466 to MASDC as XG301 Oct 18, 1972.  To N62408
				5468 to MASDC as XG214 May 4, 1972.
				5469 to MASDC as XG371 Jan 20, 1973. To N62378
				5470 to MASDC as XG252 Jun 17, 1972.  To N33KF
				5472 to MASDC as XG322 Nov 6, 1972.  To N8541E
				5475 to MASDC as XG269 Sep 1, 1972.  To C-GHTH
				5476 was gate guard in 1971 at US Army Primary Helicopter Center, TX.
				5478 to MASDC as XG215 May 4, 1972.  To N87977
				5479 to MASDC as XG267 Sep 1, 1972.  To N67107
				5480 to MASDC as XG359 Dec 21, 1972.  To N65274
				5482 to MASDC as XG268 Sep 1, 1972.  To N96112
				5483 to MASDC as XG328 Nov 21, 1972.  To N67144
				5484 to MASDC as XG321 Nov 6, 1972.  To N62401
				5485 to MASDC as XG389 Feb 16, 1973.  To N62391
				5486 to MASDC as XG349 Oct 10, 1972.  To N67108
				5487 to MASDC as XG332 Nov 27, 1972.  To N79SW
				5490 to MASDC as XG212 May 3, 1972.
				5492 to MASDC as XG420 Nov 12, 1973.  To N492HS
				5493 to MASDC as XG230 May 13, 1972.  To N48197
				5495 to MASDC as XG421 Nov 12, 1973.  To N3296F
				5496 to MASDC as XG422 Nov 12, 1973.  To N67664
				5497 to MASDC as XG263 Aug 3, 1972.  To N62360
				5498 to MASDC as XG347 Dec 10, 1972.  To N96177
				5499 to MASDC as XG336 Nov 28, 1972.  To N65275
				5500 to MASDC as XG331 Nov 27, 1972
				5501 to MASDC as XG257 Jul 12, 1972.  To N9299Z
				5502 to MASDC as XG330 Nov 24, 1972.  To N67115
				5503 to MASDC as XG313 Oct 27, 1972.  To N62377
				5505 to MASDC as XG376 Feb 5, 1973.  To N87705.
58-5506/5507		Chrysler VZ-6 
				VTOL ducted-fan test vehicles for US Army
58-5508/5509		Curtiss-Wright VZ-7
				5508 on display at Ft Rucker, AL.
58-5510/5511		Piasecki (Vertol) VZ-8
				Model 59K VTOL research aircraft for US Army
				Both on display at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA
58-5512/5513		Aero Commander RL-26D-AD
				For US Army.  Redesignated RU-9D in 1962.
				Not destroyed in a factory fire before delivery, as has been reported elsewhere.
				5512 (c/n 680-529-199) allocated N6261D in factory pre-delivery
					paperwork.  Reported to have crashed Oct 1961.
				5513 (c/n 680-530-200) allocated N6158X in factory pre-delivery
					paperwork.  Reported to have crashed in NM Jun 25, 1975.
58-5514/5516		Boeing-Vertol YHC-1A
				C/n 413-1/413-3.  Redesignated YCH-46C in 1962
				5514 ff Aug 27, 1959.  To NASA as 533.  Redesignated CH-46C.
				5515 to Vertol as N55927.  Sold to Vertol as N55927, sold to
					McAllister Engineering Enterprises, Kent, WA
				5516 sold to McAllister Engineering Enterprises, Kent, WA as N5588K
58-5517/5523		Cancelled contract for YHC-1A Chinook
58-5524			Kaman H-43B-KA Huskie
				c/n 21.  Redesignated HH-43B in 1962.
58-5525/5526		Chrysler SM-78-2-CM Jupiter missiles
				redesignated PGM-19A-1-AB in 1962.
58-5527/6891		Radioplane OQ-19B drones
58-6892/6969		Boeing/MARC IM-99A Bomarc missiles
				Redesignated CIM-10A
				6895 at Chanute AFB.
				6901 seen at CFB Bagotville, Qc, Canada.  Planned for display in
					2006 at Musee de la Defense aerienne de Bagotville.
				6959 partly disassembled on range 52, Eglin AFB, FL in Jan 1977
58-6970/6972		Boeing VC-137A-BN
				c/n 17925/17927.  Three commercial 707-153 bought by USAF as VIP transports.  
				When the President is aboard, it is designated as Air Force One.
				All later converted to VC-137B with JT3D-3 turbofans.
				6970 to Boeing Museum of Flight June 1996.
				6971 to AMARC as CZ0193 Oct 8, 1998.  On display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				6972 scrapped in 1996 due to severe corrosion.
58-6973/6974		Lockheed SC-130B-LM Hercules
				6973 (c/n 282-3542) to US Coast Guard as 1341.
				6974 (c/n 282-3548) to US Coast Guard as 1342
				Redesignated HC-130G and then HC-130B
58-6975/6983		North American F-100F-15-NA Super Sabre
				c/n 261-1/9.  For MDAP.  All to Denmark except 6975,6977,6980.
				6975 to Taiwan as 0007.  w/o 7/17/64.
				6976 to Denmark Jan 25, 1961 as GT-976.  WFU Jun 2, 1982.  To Turkey Jun 10, 1981.  
					WFU 1987.  Scrapped Feb 1992.
				6977 to Taiwan as 0008
				6978 to Denmark Jan 25, 1961 as GT-978.  W/o May 12, 1961 at Mollerup near Bjerringbro.
				6979 to Denmark Feb 12, 1961 as GT-979.  W/o Aug 2, 1966 at Blavand lighthouse.
				6980 to Taiwan as 0009.  On display at Hsinchu as 0011/31566.
				6981 to Denmark Feb 12, 1961 as GT-981.  w/o Jul 7, 1964 at Emsdetten, Germany
				6982 to Denmark Jan 25, 1961 as GT-982.  W/o Feb 3, 1976 at Skrydstrup AB.
				6983 to Denmark Feb 12, 1961 as GT-983.  W/o Jun 1, 1977 Tange Lake.
58-6984/6998		Bell H-13H-BF Sioux
				C/n 2479/2493.  All to Austrian AF under MDAP.  Redesignated OH-13H in 1962.
				6984 to Austria as 3B-HA Oct 1960
				6985 to Austria as 3B-HB.  Crashed 12/28/1964.
				6986 to Austria as 3B-HC.  Crashed 2/9/1965.
				6987 (c/n 2482) to Austria as 3B-HD.  At Fliegermuseum, Zeltweg, Austria  
				6988 to Austria as 3B-HE.  Crashed 10/2/1963.
				6989 to Austria as 3B-HF
				6990 to Austria as 3B-HG.  Crashed 10/7/1970.
				6991 to Austria as 3B-HH.  Crashed 12/17/1974.
				6992 to Austria as 3B-HI.
				6993 to Austria as 3B-HJ.
				6994 to Austria as 3B-HK.
				6995 to Austria as 3B-HL.
				6996 to Austria as 3B-HM.  Crashed 5/30/1962, one killed.
				6997 (c/n 2492) to Austria as 3B-HN.  Presrved as 3B-HN with Hollabrunner Technik
					Leistungszentrum, Hollabrunn, Austria in Jun 2009.
				6998 to Austria as 3B-HO
58-6999/7018		Boeing IM-99A Bomarc
58-7019			de Havilland of Canada U-1A-DH Otter 
				c/n 347.  For FMS, Ethiopian Army as EA-50.  To US civil registry as N44NC Aug 1995, then to C-FPAD.
58-7020/7024		de Havilland of Canada L-20A-DH Beaver 
				Redesignated U-6A in 1962.  All FMS to Austria. 
				7020 (c/n 1405) to Austria as 3B-GA Aug 1960.  Crashed 5/28/1963, 6 killed.
				7021 (c/n 1412/1959) to Austria as 3B-GB Aug 1960.  To G-BILM,
					N3930B, N715JR
				7022 (c/n 1416/1960 )to Austria as 3B-GC Aug 1960.  to G-BILN,
					N39302, N96EL, N98EL
				7023 to Austria as 3B-GD.  Crashed 7/28/1967.
				7024 to Austria as 3B-GE.  Crashed 10/6/1965, 6 killed.
58-7025			Helio L-28A Super Courier
				c/n 504.  Purchased off the shelf as N4155D, reportedly rejected, then accepted. I have a reference which says 
					that this went to Air America as 326 Sep 1961.  To B-839 Oct 25, 1961.  To XW-PGH
					Sep 1969, to Philippines Mar 12, 1974.
58-7026/7027		Helio L-28A-HE Super Courier
				redesignated U-10A in 1962.
				7026 (c/n 506) to B-835 Mar 1960.  W/o Aug 23, 1961 at Ban Na, Laow. Rebuilt in 1962.  To B-865 Sep 15, 1965, to XW-PGB May
					1969, to Philippines Mar 12, 1974.
				7027 (c/n 507) to N75075 Jun 1, 1964.  To XP-PCA Sep 1974.  W/o Nov 30, 1970 at Phu Cum, Laos
58-7028/7030		Chrysler SM-78-1B-AB Jupiter missiles
				redesignated PGM-19A-1-AB in 1962.
58-7031/7038		Chrysler SM-78-2-CM Jupiter missiles
				redesignated PGM-19A-1-AB in 1962.
58-7039/7054		Chrysler SM-78-3-CM Jupiter missiles
				redesignated PGM-19A-1-AB in 1962.
58-7055			Avro Canada VZ-9 Avrocar
				Circular VTOL research aircraft for US Army.  There were actually
				two of these built under this serial number.  One of these was
				used only for wind tunnel tests and was put in storage
				at Garber facility at Silver Hill, MD.  Acquired by the Air Force Museum
				in 2007 and has been fully restored.  The other example did manage
				to make a few flights of a few feet in height and is now at Fort
				Eustis, VA. 
58-7056/7116		Convair SM-65D Atlas missiles
				7056 (61D) launched Nike Target 18 Aug 26, 1965, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7057 (62D) launch failed Jun 22, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				7058 (63D) launch failed Sep 6, 1963, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7059 (64D) launched Mar 11, 1963, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7060 (65D) launched Abres PDV Jul 6, 1967, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7061 (66D) launched Aug 12, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				7062 (67D) used to launch Mercury Atlas MA-2.  Successful suborbital
					flight to qualify Mercury Atlas combination Feb 21, 1961.
					Duration 17 min 56 sec, apogee 114 nm, range 1432 nm
				7063 (68D) launch of OV1-3 failed May 27, 1965, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7064 (69D) sub-orbital launch of Abres TVX-13 Oct 11, 1967, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7065 (70D) Atlas Agena A launched Samos 2 Jan 31, 1961, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7066 (71D) sub-orbital launch of RVX-28 Oct 13, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				7067 (72D) launch of OV1-4/5 Mar 30, 1966, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7068 (73D) launch of Nike Target 24 Feb 19, 1966, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7069 (74D) launch failed Jul 22, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				7070 (75D) Atlas Agena B launch of Midas 9 Jul 19, 1963, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7071 (76D) launched Sep 16, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				7072 (77D)
				7073 (78D)
				7074 (79D) launched Sep 19, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				7075 (80D) Atlas Able VA launch of Pioneer P-30 failed Sep 25, 1960.  Attempt to
					place probe in lunar orbit, second state failed to fire, fell into
					Atlantic.
				7076 (81D) launch failed Oct 12, 1960, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7077 (82D) launched Dec 7, 1961, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7078 (83D) launched Nov 15, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL
				7079 (84D) launch failed Sep 11, 1963, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7080 (85D) launched Nike Target 21 Dec 20, 1965, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7081 (86D) launched Nike Target 23 Feb 11, 1966, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7082 (87D) launched Aug 9, 1962, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7083 (88D) used to launch Mercury Atlas MA-4.  First successful orbital
					flight by Mercury capsule Sep 13, 1961.  One orbit of duration
					1 hr 49 min 20 sec.  Capsule recovered.
				7084 (89D) launched OV1-9/10 Dec 11, 1966, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7085 (90D) launched Jan 23, 1961, Cape Canaveral, FL 
				7086 (91D) Atlas Able VB launch of Pioneer P-31 failed Dec 15, 1960, Cape Canaveral, FL.
					Attempt to place probe in lunar orbit.  Premature ignition of second stage
					caused explosion of booster rocket 68 sec after liftoff.
				7087 (92D) launched 0V1-86/11/12 Jul 27, 1967, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7088 (93D) used to launch Mercury Atlas MA-5, Cape Canaveral, FL.  Successful orbital
					flight ending with successful recovery of chimpanzee 'Enos'
					Nov 29, 1961.  2 orbits, duration 3 hr 20 min 59 sec.
				7089 (94D) launched Abres Mk11 AX-2 Nov 7, 1967, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7090 (95D) launched May 24, 1961, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7091 (96D) launched Nike Target 29 Jun 10, 1966, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7092 (97D) Atlas Agena B launched Midas 3 Jul 12, 1961, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7093 (98D) suborbital launch of Abres WAC-5A May 13, 1966, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7094 (99D) launched Dec 16, 1960, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7095 (100D) used to launch Mercury Atlas MA-3, Cape Canaveral, FL.  First attempt to place
					Mercury capsule in orbit Apr 25, 1961.  Failed when vehicle
					had to be destroyed 40 sec after liftoff from Cape Canaveral.
					Capsule was successfully aborted and was recovered and was used
					for repeat launch Sep 13, 1961.
				7096 (101D) launch Aug 22, 1961, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7097 (102D) launch failed Mar 9, 1963, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7098 (103D)
				7099 (104D)
				7100 (105D) Atlas Agena B launched Midas 4 Oct 21, 1961, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7101 (106D) Atlas Agena B launch of Samos 3 failed Sep 9, 1961, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7102 (107D) used to launch Mercury Atlas MA-7, Cape Canaveral, FL.  Second successful US
					orbital mission, with M. Scott Carpenter in Aurora 7 May 24, 1962.
					3 orbits, duration 4 hr 56 min 5 sec.  Astronaut and capsule
					successfully recovered.
				7103 (108D) Atlas Agena B launch of Samos 4 failed Nov 22, 1961, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7104 (109D) used to launch Mercury Atlas MA-6, Cape Canaveral, FL.  First successful US
					orbital mission with John Glenn in Friendship 7 Feb 20, 1962.
					3 orbits, duration 4 hr 55 min, 23 sec.  Capsule and astronaut
					successfully recovered.
				7105 (110D) Atlas Agena B launch of Midas 5 Apr 9, 1962, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7106 (111D) Atlas Agena B attempted launch of Ranger 1 test lunar spacecraft
					Aug 23, 1961, Cape Canaveral, FL.  Agena upper stage failed to restart
					in earth parking orbit, and fell back into atmosphere after 111 orbits.
				7107 (112D) Atlas Agena B launch of Samos 6 Mar 7, 1962, Vandenberg AFB
				7108 (113D) used to launch Mercury Atlas MA-8, Cape Canaveral, FL.  Third US orbital manned
					flight, with Walter M Schirra Jr in Sigma 7 Oct 3, 1962.  6 orbits,
					duration 9 hr 13 min 11 sec.  Astronaut and capsule safely
					recovered.
				7109 (114D) Atlas Agena B launched Samos 5 Dec 22, 1961, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7110 (115D) Atlas Agena B launched Samos 8 Jun 17, 1962, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7111 (116D)
				7112 (117D) Atlas Agena B attempted launch of Ranger 2 test lunar spacecraft
					Nov 18, 1961, Cape Canaveral, FL.  Agena upper stage failed to restart
					in Earth parking orbit and fell back into atmosphere after 6 orbits.
				7113 (118D) Atlas Agena B launch of Samos 7 Apr 26, 1962, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7114 (119D) Atlas Agena B launch of Midas 7 May 9, 1963, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7115 (120D) Atlas Agena B launch of Samos 9 Jul 18, 1962, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				7116 (121D) Atlas Agena B launch of Ranger 3 lunar probe Jan 26, 1962,
					Cape Canaveral, FL.  Guidance system component failure 1 min after
					liftoff, error in trajector exceed ability of midcourse correction
					system to compensate.  Missed Moon by 35,000 km Jan 28, 1962 and
					continued into solar orbit.
58-7117/7142		Convair SM-65E Atlas missiles
				7118 (2E) at Gillespie Park, San Diego, CA (former ground test vehicle)
				7126 (10E) at Air Force Space and Missile Museum, Cape Canaveral.
					Was formerly a training missile at Sheppard AFB, TX
				7142 was 26E