1960 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised April 20, 2017


60-0001/0013		Boeing B-52H-135-BW Stratofortress 
				MSN 464366/464378.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0001 (MSN 464366) Named “First Strike” with 7th Bomb Wing in October 1987.  Named "Memphis Belle IV" with 2nd BW in May 1996
				0002 (MSN 464367) Named “Deuces Wild” with 410th Wing in April 1992.  Active with 2nd Bw at Barksdale AFB and
					reported to be with the 96th BSD, the "Red Devils" in 20q4.  Named changed to "Deuce"
				0003 (MSN 464368) named "Master Blaster" with 7th BW in Jun 1989.  The tail is supposedly sitting in a scrap metal bin at Tinker AFB.  
					The nose section is supposedly on display at the Hangar 25 Museum, Big Spring, TX.  However, this plane was seen at an
					airshow in Scotland Sept 2001, in 93rd BS markings. It was also seen
					at the Oceana Air Show Sept 2008.  Seen at airshow at Randolph AFB Nov 2009.
				0004 (MSN 464369)
				0005 (MSN 464370) named "Monkey Business" with 384th Wing in May 1992.  Named
					"Barons War/Bar Birds" Jun 2000.
				0006 (MSN 464371) with 34th BS crashed May 30, 1974 on WPAFB runway during GCA 
					landing approach.  Rudder and elevator failure caused
					loss of control.
				0007 (MSN 464372)
				0008 named "Lucky Lady IV" with 2nd BW in 2008.
				0009 (MSN 464374) named "Black Magic" with 5th BW in Aug 1988
				0010 (MSN 464375) to AMARC as BC0486 Aug 28, 2008. Seen at AMARC Mar 2009
				0013 (MSN 464378)  Named “Lucky 13” with 28th Bomb Squadron in April 2012. 
60-0014/0021		Boeing B-52H-140-BW Stratofortress 
				MSN 464379/464386.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0014 to AMARC as BC0488 Dec 11, 2008.
				0016 (MSN 464381) to 2nd BW, 96th BS at Barksdale, AFB. Named "The Baroness" with 5th BW in Sep 1988.
					To GB-52H maintenance trainer at Barksdale AFB, LA.  
					Tail was demounted and put on 60-0001 due to hangar damage.
				0018 (MSN 464383) named "POW MIA You Are Not Forgotten" with 69th BS, 5th BW at Minot AFB in Jun 2015.
				0019 (MSN 464384) Named “Hell Razor” with 7th Wing in November 1991.  To AMARC as BC0494 Aug 7, 2008.  Seen at AMARC Mar 2009
				0020 (MSN 464385) to AMARC as BC0485 Sep 4, 2008.  Seen at AMARC Mar 2009.
				0021 (MSN 464386) operated by 19th Bombardment Wing, Homestead, FL, dual named as "Guardian of the Golden Peace" 
					and "Homestead’s Hesperides".   Converted under Project Senior Bowl to carry two Lockheed D-21 "Tagboard" reconnaissance 
					drones and named "Black Jack".   Later with the 5th BW at Minot, ND.   Still in service
60-0022/0033		Boeing B-52H-145-BW Stratofortress 
				MSN 464387/464398.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0022 (MSN 464387) with 20th BS, 2nd BW at Barksdale
				0023 (MSN 464388) named "The Warlord" with 92nd Wing Jun 1992.  Seen at AMARC Mar 2009.  Returned to service
					Now with 23d Bomb Squadron at Minot AFB
				0024 (MSN 464389) modified with atmospheric sampling pods code-named "Giant Fish* in the early 1980s.  
					Discontinued early 1990s.  Named “I’ll Be Seeing You” with 416th Bomb Wing in May 1992
				0025 (MSN 464390) named "Atomic Dog" with 7th BW in Jun 1991.  Named "Ol' Crow Express II" in Nov 2010
					with 20th BS.  At one time was with 20th BS, 2nd BW at Barksdale AFB.
				0027 (MSN 464392) crashed Oct 4, 1968 near Minot AFB.  Fuel mismanagement during 
					landing approach caused multiple engine flameout.  All 6 onboard killed.
				0030 (MSN 464395) to AMARC as BC0484 Aug 21, 2008
				0032 (MSN 464396) with 20th BS, 2nd BW at Barksdale AFB.
				0033 modified with atmospheric sampling pods code-named "Giant Fish* in the early 1980s.  Discontinued early 1990s.
60-0034/0045		Boeing B-52H-150-BW Stratofortress 
				MSN 464399/464410.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0034 (MSN 464399, 419th FLTS) made first flight using synthetic fuel in all 8
					engines Dec 15, 2006 from Edwards AFB, CA.  To AMARC as
					BC0482 Aug 14, 2008.  Seen at AMARC Mar 2009
				0026 modified under Project Senior Bowl to carry two Lockheed D-21B "Tagboard" reconnaissance drones.
				0030 (MSN 464395) named "Miss Liberty" with 416th BW in Aug 1994.
				0037 (MSN 464402) named "Wham Bam II" with 96th BS, 2nd BW in May 2000.
				0039 crashed April 1, 1977 at K I Sawyer AFB on landing 
					approach during heavy spring snow.
				0040 exploded in midair during touch-and-go approach at K I
					Sawyer AFB and crashed Dec 6, 1988.  All 9 crewmembers survived.
				0041 (MSN 464406) named "Freestyle" with 92nd BW Apr 1991.  Named "Christine" with 93rd BS/307th BW
					Oct 2011.
				0042 with 93rd BS, 307th BW, Barksdale AFB
				0043 (MSN 464408) to AMARC as BC0483 Oct 2, 2008.  Seen at AMARC Mar 2009
				0044 (MSN 464409) named "Magnum Force" with 5th BW in Sep 1997.
				0045 (MSN 464410) named "Ready for Duty" with 92nd Wing in Apr 1992.  Named "Cherokee Strip II" with 93rd BS,
					917th Wing in Sep 2002.
60-0046/0057		Boeing B-52H-155-BW Stratofortress 
				MSN 464411/464422.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0046 (MSN 464411) to AMARC BC0490 Oct 23, 2008.  Seen at AMARC Mar 2009
				0047 (MSN 474412) named "Neanderthaul" with 69th BS, 5th BW at Minot AFB in Jun 2015.  Crashed May 19, 2016 at Andersen AFB,
					Guam on takeoff.  All 7 crew members safely exited the aircraft.
				0048 (MSN 464413) named "Stratofortress Rex" with 410th BW Jun 1991.  Named "Phoenix" with 2nd BW
					in Sep 2009
				0049 (MSN 464414) won the 1967 Bomb Com at Markham, England.  Named "City of Fort Worth" with 7th BW in Aug 1989. 
					Had ground maintenance fire that made it unrepairable.  Replaced by 61-0007, which was withdrawn from AMARC.
				0050 (MSN 464415) "Dragon's Inferno" 412th Test Wing, 419th Flight Test Squadron, Edwards AFB, CA.
					Modified to use  Fischer-Tropsch synthetic fuel blend for flight  Aug 2007
					Served as mothership to carry the X-51A Waverider  May 26, 2010 
				0051 (MSN 464416) modified with atmospheric sampling pods code-named "Giant Fish* in the early 1980s.  
					Discontinued early 1990s.  Named "Bear Hunter" with 7th Bw in Apr 1991.  Named "Belle Starr" in Nov 2012.
				0052 modified with atmospheric sampling pods code-named "Giant Fish* in the early 1980s.  Discontinued early 1990s.
					  Named “Ragin’ Red III”  with 96th Bomb Squadron in September 2009. 
				0053 (20th BS, "Louisiana Fire") crashed 30 mi NW of Apra Harbor, Guam Jul 20, 2008 (US CST)
					while on parade flyby mission.  All 6 crew killed.  Cause of
					crash was improper stabilizer trim setting.
				0057 (MSN 464422) named “Someplace Special” in July 1981 with 410th Bomb Wing and "Nemesis" during Operation
					Allied Force in 1999 over the Balkans.  Named "Lucky to be a lady" with 93rd BS, 307th BW at Barksdale 
					AFB Nov 2012.
60-0058/0062		Boeing B-52H-160-BW Stratofortress 
				MSN 464423/464427
				0058 (MSN 464423) named "Great Balls of Fire" with 92nd BW Aug 1991.
				0059 (MSN 464424) named "Laisses Le Bons Temps Roules" with 2nd BSW May 1994
				0060 (MSN 464425) named *Iron Butterfly* with 23rd BS, 5th BW in Mar 2002.
				0062 (MSN 464427) named "Cajun Fear" with 2nd BW May 1996.
60-0063/0070		Cancelled contract for Boeing B-52G
60-0071/0200		Cessna T-37B
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0071 (MSN 40553) to AMARC as TE0288 Aug 26, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0072 (MSN 40554) to AMARC as TE0030 Sep 26, 1991
				0073 (MSN 40555, 29th FTW) w/o before 1975
				0074 (MSN 40556) to AMARC as TE0096 Sep 18, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0075 (MSN 40557) to AMARC as TE0379 May 24, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 
				0077 (MSN 40559) to AMARC as TE0132 Sep 16, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0078 (MSN 40560) to AMARC as TE0388 Jun 14, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0079 (MSN 40561) to Chile as J-381.  Reserialed as 381 and in Sep 2014 noted stored at Base Aerea El Bosque,
					Santiago.
				0080 (MSN 40562) to AMARC as TE0270 Apr 22, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0081 (MSN 40563) to AMARC Jul 31, 2009.
				0082 (MSN 40564) to Morocco Sep 1996
				0083 (MSN 40565) to AMARC as TE0421 Mar 12, 2008
				0084 (MSN 40566) Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA Aug 1974 to Nov 1982
					Used for wake vortices studies.  Registered as NASA 807.  Registered as N807NA; cancelled.
					Crashed in a spin during a proficiency flight on Nov 8, 1982
				0085 (MSN 40567) to Chile AF as J-388.  Re-serialled as 388 and in Sep 2014 noted stored at Base Aerea
					El  Bosque, Santiago.  There is a report that it went later to Peru AF as 40567.  Seen at AMARC in 2015.
				0086 to AMARC Nov 24, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, Arizona Jan 14, 2014
				0087 (MSN 40569) to AMARC as TE0033 Nov 18, 1991
				0088 (MSN 40570) w/o Dec 14, 1962
				0090 (MSN 40572) to AMARC as TE0384 May 30, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0091 (MSN 40573) to AMARC as TE0100 Sep 20, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0092 to AMARC AS TE0407 Jun 2, 2008
				0093 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				0094 (MSN 40576) to AMARC as TE0257 Jan 21, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0095 (MSN 40577) to AMARC as TE0079 Aug 12, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0096 (MSN 40578) to AMARC as TE0417 Feb 28, 2008
				0097 (MSN 40579) to AMARC as TE0167 Jun 9, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0098 (MSN 40580) to AMARC as TE0323 Jul 20, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0099 (MSN 40581) collided with 60-0145 5 mi N of Browns, AL Mar 7, 1962.  All
					3 pilots parachuted to safety.
				0100 (MSN 40582) on display at Warner Robins Museum of Aviation, Georgia May 2007
				0101 (MSN 40583) to AMARC as TE0069 Jul 24, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0102 (MSN 40584) to Chilean AF as J-392.  Now mounted on a pole next to army
					barracks at San Flipe, Chile.
				0103 (MSN 40585) to AMARC as TE0037 Nov 20, 1991.  To Torrance Aero Museum, 
					Fullerton, CA Jul 2001
				0104 (MSN 40586) to AMARC as TE0373 Apr 3, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0105 (MSN 40587) to AMARC as TE0357 Feb 28, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0106 (MSN 40588) to Pakistan
				0107 (MSN 40589) to AMARC as TE0081 Aug 14, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0108 (MSN 40590) to AMARC as TE0289 Sep 2, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0109 (MSN 40591) to Pakistan
				0110 (MSN 40592) to AMARC Apr 20, 2009
				0111 (MSN 40593) to AMARC as TE0261 Feb 18, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0112 (MSN 40594) to AMARC as TE0285 Aug 12, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0113 (MSN 40595) to AMARC as TE0300 Feb 21, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0114 (MSN 40596) to AMARC as TE0295 Sep 23, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0115 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				0117 (MSN 40599) to AMARC as TE0281 Jul 29, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0118 (MSN 40600) to AMARC as TE0223 Jul 28, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0119 w/o Apr 15, 1992.
				0121 (MSN 40604) to AMARC as TE0095 Sep 18, 1995.   Scrapped in 2004
				0123 (MSN 40606) to AMARC as TE0187 Sep 10, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0124 (MSN 40607) to AMARC as TE0190 Sep 19, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0125 (MSN 40608) to AMARC as TE0283 Aug 12, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Scrapped in 2014.
				0126 to Chile
				0127 (MSN 40611) to AMARC as TE0286 Aug 19, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0128 (MSN 40613) to AMARC Sep 2008
				0129 to AMARC as TE0337 Oct 17, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0130 (MSN 40618) to AMARC as TE0329 Sep 7, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0131 (MSN 40619) to AMARC as TE0110 Mar 20, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0132 (MSN 40620) to Chile AF as J-389
				0133 (MSN 40621) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-01/04. W/o Jun 14, 1967
				0134 (MSN 40622) to AMARC as TE0191 Sep 24, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0135 (MSN 40623) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-02/04. W/o Sep 24, 1973
				0136 (MSN 40624) to AMARC as TE0049 Dec 2, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0137 (MSN 40625) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-03/04
				0138 (MSN 40626) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-04/04.  W/o Sep 18, 1974
				0139 (MSN 40627) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-05/04.  W/o Nov 18, 1976
				0140 (MSN 40628) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-06/04
				0141 (MSN 40629) to AMARC as TE0306 Mar 10, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0142 (MSN 40630) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-07/04,  W/o Feb 8, 1973
				0143 (MSN 40631) to AMARC as TE0063 Jun 24, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0144 (MSN 40632) to AMARC as TE0123 May 16, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0145 collided with 60-0099 5 mi N of Browns, AL Mar 7, 1962.  All
					3 pilots parachuted to safety.
				0146 (MSN 40634) to Thai AF in 1961 as F12-08/04. W/o before Jun 1975.
				0147 to AMARC as TE0380 May 24, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0148/0150 sold to Cambodia. 
				0153 (MSN 40642) to AMARC as TE0172 Jul 14, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0154 (MSN 40643) to AMARC as TE0082 Jul 16, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0155/0158 to Chile as J-370/373
					0156 (MSN 40647) as J-371 with Museo Aeronautica y del Espacio, Los Cerillos, Santiago de Chile in 1998.
					0157 (MSN 40649) as J-372 reserialled as 372 and in Dec 2014 noted on display at Club Suboficiales
						FACh at Iquinue.
				0159 sold to Cambodia. WFU before 1973.
				0160 (MSN 40655) to AMARC as TE0071 Jul 27, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0161 w/o Apr 15, 1992.
				0162 to AMARC as TE0433 Apr 17, 2008
				0163 (MSN 40658) to AMARC as TE0203 Apr 16, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0164/0168 sold to Peru as 474/478
				0169/0174 sold to Pakistan
				0171 (MSN 40668) to AMARC as TE0288 Aug 26, 2005
				0175 (MSN 40672) to AMARC as TE0264 Mar 18, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0176 (MSN 40673) to AMARC as TE0427 Mar 26, 2008
				0177 (MSN 40674) to AMARC as TE0103 Sep 21, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0178 (MSN 40675) to AMARC as TE0290 Sep 6, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0179 (MSN 40676) to AMARC as TE0260 Feb 18, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0180 (MSN 40677) to AMARC as TE0259 Feb 14, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0181 (MSN 40678) to AMARC as TE0410 Jul 9, 2008
				0183 (MSN 40680) to AMARC as TE0297 Aug 26 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0184 (MSN 40681) to Chilean AF as 396 and preserved Oct 2012 in Museo Nacional Aeonautico y del Espacio,
					Los Cerrillos, Santiago
				0185 (MSN 40682) to AMARC as TE0414 Feb 28, 2008
				0186 (MSN 40683) to AMARC as TE0134 Sep 18, 1996
				0187 (MSN 40684) fuselage and wing seen at J. W. Duff Aircraft Salvage,
					Denver, CO in 2005.
				0188 (MSN 40685) noted Mar 10, 2004 as ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX.  Moved to
					Military Aircraft Preservation Society museum, Green, Ohio
				0189 (MSN 40686) to AMARC as TE0107 Sep 26, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0190 (MSN 40687) to AMARC as TE0043 Nov 22, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0191 (MSN 40688) to AMARC as TE0275 May 20, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0192 w/o Nov 3, 1980.
				0193 to AMARC as TE0336 Oct 17, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0194 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				0195 (MSN 40692) to AMARC as TE0102 Sep 21, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0196 (MSN 40693) to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				0197 (MSN 40694) to AMARC as TE0267 Mar 24, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Scrapped in 2014.
				0198 (MSN 40695) to AMARC as TE0291 Sep 9, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0199 (MSN 40696) to AMARC as TE0302 Feb 24, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0200 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
60-0201/0250		Cancelled contract for Cessna T-37B
60-0251/0292		Kaman H-43B Huskie
				MSN 75/117.  Redesignated HH-43B in 1962.  Some converted to HH-43F
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0251 (MSN 75) converted to HH-43F.  To civil registry as N57996 Jun 24, 1974.  Scrapped after 1984.  Registration
					expired Dec 31, 2013.
				0252 (MSN 76) converted to HH-43F.  To civil registry as N57997 Jun 24, 1974.  Registration cancelled Apr 23, 2013.
				0256 (MSN 80) to MASDC as HG0046 Mar 12, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				0257 (MSN 81) to MASDC as HG0024 Jan 18, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				0261 (MSN 85) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0038 Feb 16, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977,  
					Sold to private users, no N registration.  
				0262 (MSN 86) to MASDC as HG0065 May 14, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				0263 (MSN 87) at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, OH.
				0265 (MSN 89) to MASDC as HG0057 Apr 20, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				0266 (MSN 90) to MASDC as HG0033 Feb 12, 1973.  To Colombian AF
				0267 (MSN 91) to MASDC as HG0050 Mar 19, 1977.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				0268 (MSN 92) to MASDC as HG0073 Sep 6, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				0269 (MSN 93) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0044 Mar 2, 1973.  To civil registry as N5598N Jul 5, 1978.  
					To user in Honduras as HR-AKS Oct 1986.
				0270 (MSN 94) to Colombian AF
				0277 (MSN 101) to MASDc as HG0013 Dec 20, 1972.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				0278 (MSN 102, 38th ARRS) destroyed in Thailand Jul 10, 1969 when
					pilot thought he had experienced engine failure while on a
					training flight.  Crew received only minor injuries but the 
					aircraft was damaged beyond economical repair.
				0282 (MSN 106, 38th ARRS) crashed in water following engine failure during ferry mission 
					to Cam Ranh Bay, SVN Aug 7, 1969.  Crew was rescued
				0284 (MSN 108) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0052 Apr 12, 1973.  To civil registry as N284JS Jun 1977.  
					To user in Honduras in 1985.
				0285 (MSN 109) to MASDC as HG0027 Jan 26, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				0286 (MSN 110) converted to HH-43F.  Converted to HH-43F.  To Civil Aeromedical Research Institute (CARI) 
					for tests as non-flyer. To MASDC as HG0020 Jan 16, 1973.  To civil registry Jun 15, 1974 as N325WN, Dept 
					of Natural Resources State of Washington. To private users Jun 16, 1983.   Later N286M with JC Helicopter 
					Services of Priest River, ID.  Crashed Nov 20, 2003. Wreck owned by Olympic Jet Inc of Olympia, WA
				0288 converted to HH-43F.
				0289 (MSN 113) converted to HH-43F.  Located at New England Air Museum, Bradley Airport, CT.
					Was at one time N43FK with Kaman Aerospace Corp.  The helicopter
					at the museum is reportedly not the real 60-0289 but is a composite
					built from spare parts.
				0290 (MSN 114) to Thai AF
				0291 (MSN 115) at Royal Thai AF Museum, Don Muang, H.5-4/05
				0292 (MSN 116) to Thai AF
60-0293/0310		Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0293 (MSN 282-3591, 772nd TAS) crashed after overrunning
					runway in aborted takeoff at An Khe, South Vietnam Jun 17, 1967.
				0294 (MSN 282-3593) to Philippine AF as 294
				0295 (MSN 282-3596) to Uruguay AF as FAU 592.  To civil registry as CX-BQX
				0296 (MSN 282-3597) to Greek AF.
				0297 (MSN 282-3600, 774th TAS) shot down by ground fire during takeoff from beleaguered Kham Duc Special 
					Forces camp near Da Nang, SVN May 12, 1968.  Crew of 6 and 149 passengers all
					killed.
				0298 (MSN 282-3602) shot down Apr 26, 1968 20 mi SW of Hue, SVN.
					All 8 onboard killed.
				0299 (MSN 282-3603) to AMARC as CF0122 Feb 25, 1993.  Now with Tunisian AF as Z21118
				0300 (MSN 282-3604) to Greek AF as 300.
				0301 (MSN 282-3610) to Jordanian AF
				0302 (MSN 282-3611) to KC-130B. Served with Royal Jordanian AF as 142.   To Singapore AF as 724 in 1977.
				0303 (MSN 282-3613) to Greek AF as 303
				0304 (MSN 282-3612) to Jordanian AF as 340
				0305 (MSN 282-3616) to Indonesian AF as A-1310  With Indonesian Air Force as KC-130B A-1310 and crashed 
					shortly after take-off on June 30, 2015 at Medan, Indonesia. The plane was carrying civilian         
					relatives of military personnel. All 110 passengers and crew of 12 were killed including 19 on the ground.  
				0306 (MSN 282-3617) to Indonesian AF as A-1312
				0307 (MSN 282-3618, 773rd TAS) crashed on takeoff, Tay Ninh, South Vietnam Feb 17, 1967.
				0308 (MSN 282-3620) to KC-130B.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 143.  To Singapore AF as 725 in 1977.
				0309 (MSN 282-3621) to Indonesian AF as A-1313
				0310 (MSN 282-3622) to Chilean AF as 994
60-0311/0312		Lockheed SC-130B-LM Hercules
				MSN 282-3594/3595
				Bought on USAF contract as addendum aircraft specifically for US Coast Guard.
				To USCG as 1344/1345.  
60-0313/0368		Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
				MSN 18088/18143
				0335/0339,0342/0346 to KC-135Q.
				0316,0327 to KC-135E.
				0313/0315,0318/0324,0328,0329,0331/0334,0336,0341, 0343, 0347/0351,0353,0356/0360,0362/0367
					converted to KC-135R.
				0372, 0374, 0375 converted to EC-135N.  These three aircraft along with EC-135N's 
					61-0326/0330 comprised the Apollo (later Advanced) Range Instrumented Aircraft (ARIA) 
					and represented 30% of NASA's earth orbital tracking network for the Apollo Program. 
					They were used for gathering telemetry and voice relay activities during launch, 
					orbital and reentry phases of the Apollo missions.
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0313 (MSN 18088) converted to KC-135R
				0314 (MSN 18089) converted to KC-135R
				0315 (MSN 18090) converted to KC-135R
				0316 (MSN 18091) converted to KC-135E
				0317 (MSN 18092) broke up and exploded after hard landing, Wurtsmith AFB,
					Oct 11, 1988.  6 of 17 aboard killed.
				0318 (MSN 18093) named "Queen of Hearts" with 96th Wing in Sep 1991.  Converted to KC-135R and in October 
					1996 named “Hina-Li-I” (Sea of the Chiefs) with 203rd  ARS Hawaii ANG. 
				0319 (MSN 18094) converted to KC-135R.  To AMARC Jun 20, 2012.
				0321 (MSN 18096) converted to KC-135R.  Named "Excalibur" with 28th BW in Aug 1988.  To AMARC Apr 18, 2013.
				0323 (MSN 18098) Converted to KC-135R and in October  1996 named “Makali’I (Pleiades)” with 203rd ARS 
					Hawaii ANG. 
				0325 (MSN 18100) to AMARC as CA0120 Apr 20, 1998.  Converted to KC-135R.  To Turkey Jun 21, 1998. 
				0326 (MSN 18101) to AMARC as CA0116 Nov 3, 1997.  Converted to KC-135R, to Turkish AF
					Dec 12, 1997.
				0327 (MSN 18102) converted to KC-135E.  With 151 ARW Utah ANG 'Gator Aide'.
					To AMARC as CA0203 Apr 24, 2008
				0328 (MSN 18103) named "Horned Frog Special" with 7th BW in May 1998.
				0329 (MSN 18104) converted to KC-135R.  In October 1996 named “Kape’a” with 203rd ARS Hawaii ANG 
				0330 (MSN 18105, 19th ARW) overheated fuel pump exploded in fuel tank after touchdown
					Altus AFB, OK, Feb 13, 1987.  Aircraft burned out, 7 injured
				0331 (MSN 18106/T0445) converted to KC-135R.  Named "Triangle W" with 97th AMW in Apr 1994.
				0338 (MSN 18113) burned out on ramp at Plattsburgh AFB, NY during ground refueling
					operations Feb 8, 1980.  (ASN)
				0339 (MSN 18114) upgraded to KC-135R
				0340 (MSN 18115) in midair collision during refueling with F-105D 61-0091
					over Death Valley, CA Jul 8, 1964.
				0344 (MSN 18119) on active service Dec 2013 with 22nd ARW as KC-135T
				0347 (MSN 18122) as KC-135R named "On Target" with 384th Wing Jun 1992.
				0352 (MSN 18127) crashed in mountains on approach to Fairchild AFB, WA
					Sept 10, 1962.  44 killed.
				0354 (MSN 18129) crashed near Eielson AFB, AK after landing gear 
					problems Dec 7, 1975.  All 4 onboard killed (ASN)
				0356 (MSN 18131) modified to partial C-135A standards and delivered as C-135A.  Converted to KC-135R. Later
					redesignated RC-135D under Project Office Boy 195-Jan 1967, to Rivet Brass 2 Jan 1967-1976.    
				0357 (MSN 18132) modified to partial C-135A standards and delivered as C-135A.  Converted to KC-135R. Later
					redesignated RC-135D under Project Office Boy 195-Jan 1967, to Rivet Brass 1 Jan 1967-1976.    
				0361 (MSN 18136) encountered wake of B-52 during low level maneuver, stalled,
					and crashed Mar 13, 1987 behind hangars at Fairchild AFB.  
					All 6 aboard killed, plus one person on ground.
				0362 (MSN 18137) modified to partial C-135A standards and delivered as C-135A.  Converted to KC-135R. Later
					redesignated RC-135D under Project Office Boy 195-Jan 1967, to Rivet Brass 1 Jan 1967-1976.    
					Named “Circus City” with 305th ARW in Sep 1992.
				0368 (MSN 18143) struck mountain near Torrejon AB, Spain Feb 6, 1976.  All 7 onboard killed (ASN)
60-0369/0378		Boeing C-135A-BN Stratolifter
				MSN 18144/18153.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0369/0371 converted to NC-135A for AEC.  Later
					turned over to NASA and then to Air Force Systems Command.
				0369 (MSN 18144) served as NC-135A airborne nuclear weapons monitor platform to verify the Nuclear Test
					Ban Treaty under Project Rivet Dagger.  Retired to Chanute
					and converted to GNC-135A as maintenance trainer for student techicians.  When Chanute closed 
					the aircraft was cut in half with the forward fuselage going to Wright Patterson Air Force 
					Base as a Fire Training Aid. After reclaim of engines and other parts the remainder of the airframe 
					was scrapped on site.
				0370 (MSN 18145) served as NC-135A airborne nuclear weapons monitor platform to verify the Nuclear Test
					Ban Treaty under Project Rivet Dagger.  To MASDC as CA0005 Jan 30, 1976.  Scrapped at DM
				0371 (MSN 18146) served as NC-135A airborne nuclear weapons monitor platform to verify the Nuclear Test
					Ban Treaty under Project Rivet Dagger.  Project ‘Have Lace’, experimental laser communications 
					program (1985-1986) using two C-135s, 60-0371 & 60-0372; 19 kbit/s link between the aircraft at ranges 
					of up to 100 miles.  Fuselage at Kirtland used for fire department training.
				0372 (MSN 18147) converted to C-135E, later to EC-135N.  Project ‘Have Lace’, experimental laser 
					communications program (1985-1986) using two C-135s, 60-0371 & 60-0372; 19 kbit/s link between the 
					aircraft at ranges of up to 100 miles.  Flown to Edwards AFB, CA Mar 17, 2005 to be placed in flyable storage.
					To AMARC as CA0145 Sep 28, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0373 (MSN 18148) crashed on takeoff from USMCAS El Toro, CA. Jun 25, 1965.
					85 killed.  Cause of accident is unknown.  To all extents and purposes,
					the pilots failed to turn the aircraft to avoid rising ground and
					just flew straight into it.  
				0374 (MSN 18149) converted to EC-135E, later to EC-135N.  Retired Nov 2, 2000
					to USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, OH.  Named *Bird of Prey*.
				0375 (MSN 18150) converted to EC-135N, later to C-135E.  To AMARC Apr 18, 2001 as CA0129.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0376 (MSN 18151) Project ‘Pacer Journey’ conversion program for C-135A 60-0376 to VC-135A VIP transport, Sep72-May73. 
					Converted to C-135E.  To AMARC Jun 21, 2001 as CA0130.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0377 (MSN 18152) used as B-2 avionics flying testbed.  To Edwards AFB Museum, California in 1996.
				0378 (MSN 18153) assigned to "Weightless Wonder III" with NASA.  Converted to VC-135A. 
60-0397/0408		Cancelled contract for Boeing KC-135A-BN
60-0409/0426		Republic F-105D-6-RE Thunderchief
				0409 shot down by AAA Tiger Island, North Vietnam May 31, 1968.  Pilot lost
				0410 (18th TFW) w/o Indian Springs, NV, Jun 19, 1962 due to 
					engine fire.  Pilot ejected successfully.
				0411 (333rd TFS) shot down 3/16/1966.  Pilot MIA.
				0412 (4526 CCTS) w/o May 14, 1964 near Wendover, UT due to
					inflight fire and loss of control.  Pilot rescued
				0413 shot down by AAA My Son Ma, North Vietnam Mul 2, 1967
				0414 (562nd TFS/23rd TFW) w/o Aug 13, 1969 over gunnery range Kalina, Kansas.  Hit piece of lead's Mk 82 hi drag .
					Pilot killed.
				0415 shot down by AAA Ben Het, South Vietnam May 10, 1968.
				0416 (4519 CCXTS) flew into ground on gunnery range near McConnell AFB, Kansas Oct 19, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				0417 (333rd TFS) shot down 2/12/1969.  Pilot KIA.
				0418 shot down by SAM missile and crashed 15 mi S of Hanoi, North Vietnam Feb 14, 1968.  Pilot lost.
				0419 (3214 OMS) w/o Eglin AFB, FL Oct 23, 1963 due to engine failure in flight.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0420 (4520 CCTW) w/o near Nellis AFB, Nevada 13 mi S of Pahrum, Nevada Feb 25, 1963 due to engine
					fire.  Pilot successfully ejected.
				0421 crashed 70 mi S of Hanoi, North Vietnam May 14, 1967.
				0422 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Dec 17, 1967.
				0423 SOC Dec 11, 1967 and then scrapped at Korat RTAFB after battle damage
				0424 crashed 30 mi SW of Sam Neua, Laos Oct 4, 1967.
				0425 shot down by AAA 15 mi NE of Hanoi, North Vietnam Oct 17, 1967
				0426 (MSN D114, 13th TFS)  shot down by AAA near Dong Hoi, NVN Apr 2, 1967. Pilot ejected and POW.
60-0427/0535		Republic F-105D-10-RE Thunderchief
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0427 w/o in crash at Korat AB, Thailand May 13, 1966.  Pilot survived.
				0428 (MSN D116, 388th TFW, 469th TFS) shot down over Quang Binh province, North Vietnam Sep 19, 1968. Pilot KIA.
				0429 crashed due to engine failure 93 mi NE of Korat AB, Thailand Jun 14, 1966.
				0430 shot down by AAA and crashed 10 mi SE of Lang Gia, North Vietnam Nov 7, 1967.  Pilot lost.
				0431 shot down by ground fire 10 mi N of Muang Fang Deng, North Vietnam Oct 27, 1966
				0432 (121st TFS) drag chute failure and ran off end of runway at Andrews AFB, Maryland and burned Sep 14, 1973.
					Pilot rescued.
				0433 (569th TFS) in hard landing at McConnell AFB, Kansas Oct 9, 1967.  Pilot survived.
				0434 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Oct 9, 1967
				0435 in midair collision with 61-0196 and crashed about 59 mi ENE of Udorn AB, Thailand Nov 28, 1969.
				0436 in fatal crash on approach to Korat AB, Thailand Apr 25, 1968.
				0437 (354th TFS) shot down 8/21/1967.  Pilot KIA.
				0438 (MSN D126) to MASDC as FK0002 Jul 25, 1973.
				0439 (563 TS) flew into ground 5 mi E of Strong City, Kansas Feb 6, 1966.  Pilot killed.
				0440 crashed near Bantum, Thailand due to battle damage Jan 15, 1967.
				0441 shot down by AAA and crashed 65 mi NE of Dong Hoi North Vietnam Jul 19, 1967.
				0442 shot down by AAA and crashed Don Bai Dinh, North Vietnam Apr 20, 1966
				0443 shot down by AAA and crashe 10 mi w of Thai Nguyen, North Vietnam Mar 11, 1967.
				0444 shot down by AAA and crashed 30 mi E of Kep, North Vietnam Oct 7, 1967. Pilot lost.
				0445 on display at Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia.  Formerly of 421st TFS, 388th TFW at Korat Royal 
					Thai AFB ca 1967. Possible MiG-17 kill Jun 3, 1967.  Then to DC ANG.  
				0446 (4440 ADB) crashed due to hydraulics failure and flameout on long final 2 mi NNE of Bitburg AB, Germany 
					Jul 20, 1961.  Pilot rescued.
				0447 shot down by AAA and crashed 10 mi w of Dien Bien Phu, North Vietnam Apr 14, 1967.
				0448 (563 TFS) in midair collision with 60-0534 10 mi NNE of El Dorado, Kansas Jul 10, 1968.  Pilot rescued.
				0449 (MSN D137) to MASDC as FK0005 Apr 28, 1975
				0450 damaged by AAA and flew 35 mi SW of Udorn AB, Thailand before crash Ju 13, 1967
				0451 (333rd TFS) shot down 4/20/1970.  Pilot MIA.
				0452 (MSN D140) to MASDC Sep 24, 1981 as FK0061
				0453 crashed on landing at Udorn AB, Thailand due to battle damage Jul 13, 1968
				0454 (357th TFS) shot down 7/5/1967.  Pilot MIA.
				0455 (MSN D143) to MASDC Aug 25, 1981 as FK0058. Put on display
					at American Legion Post 1, Jackson, MS.  In 2011 resides at Veteran's Memorial Park, Dixon, Illinois.
				0456 (22nd TFS) landed short, bounced, and crashed near Bitburg, Germany Sept 5, 1961.  Pilot survived.
				0457 (MSN D145, 3214 OMS) suffered flameout during training mission and touched down 287 feet short of the 
					runway and landed hard on tail and main gear at Auxiliary Field 2, Eglin AFB, Florida Apr 29, 1966.  
					Pilot evacuated the aircraft unhurt.
				0458 (MSN D146) to MASDC Jan 27, 1982 as FK0076
				0459 (4537 FWS) crashed 10 mi SE of Indian Springs, Nevada Dec 17, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				0460 shot down by AAA and crashed Gia Lam Airport, Hanoi, North Vietnam Jun 29, 1966.
				0461 w/o near Bitburg, Germany, Jun 17, 1962.
				0462 crashed on takeoff at Korat Ab, thailand due to burst tire Mar 26, 1968.  Pilot lost
				0463 (36th TFW) w/o near Lauterbach, Germany Mar 7, 1962 due to engine failure.  Also listed as being
					w/o at Korat RTAFB Oct 16, 1967.
				0464 (MSN D152) named Willies War Wagon with 457th TFS at Carswell AFB in Mar 1981.  To MASDC Jan 29, 1982 as FK0078
				0465 (MSN D153) to MASDC Feb 1, 1982 as FK0079
				0466 (23rd TFS) crashed 68 mi from Chateraux, France due to loss of flight controls Sep 29, 1965.  Pilot killed.
				0467 (23rd TFS) right main gear fell out, hit tank 6 mi W of Hahn, Germany, Dec 2, 1961.
				0468 (561 TFS) crashed 16.4 mi N of George AFB, California due to flame out on final May 16, 1966.  Pilot rescued.
				0469 crashed 30 mi NW of Ben Bai, North Vietnam Nov 2, 1966.  Pilot loat
				0470 rotated too early on takeoff at Gatafe AB, Spain Apr 20, 1967.  Pilot survived.
				0471 (MSN D159) to MASDC as FK0070 Nov 13, 1981.  Noted in 
					compound behind restoration hangar at Yanks Air Museum, 
					Chino, CA Nov 2002
				0472 (121 TFS) engine flame out and crashed 4 mi SSE of Byrd Airport, Virginia Nov 26, 1977.  Pilot rescued.
				0473 shot down by AAA and crashed 5 mi N of Don Bai Dinh, Laos Mar 23, 1966.
				0474 (36th TFW) w/o Jan 14, 1964 during landing approach at Bitburg, Germany.  Pilot survived.
				0475 to Thunderstick II. Crashed Jun 13, 1980 25 mi w of Grantsville, UT due to engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0476 (27th TFS) hit approach light and crashed at Bitburg AB, Germany Jul 17, 1965.  
				0477 w/o Mandel, Norway Sept 13, 1962 due to engine flameout.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0478 crashed on takeoff at Takhli AB, Thailand Jan29, 1968.  Pilot OK
				0479 (23rd TFS) crashed near Epinal, France, Mar 14, 1962. Hit trees and pilot ejected safely.
				0480 w/o Jan 4, 1970, where?
				0481 (184 TFTG) suffered catastrophic structural failure in flight and crshed 24 mi N of McConnell AFB, Kansas
					Oct 2, 1975.  Pilot killed.
				0482 (MSN D169) was on display at USAF Academy, CO. This is apparently a composite airframe.
					Now on display at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, Florida.
				0483 shot down by AAA and crashed Van Loc, North Vietnam Oct 1, 1966.
				0484 (36th TFW) w/o Sept 1, 1964 near Wheelus AB, Libya due to fire and overheat warning and loss of
					control.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0485 crashed in Thailand due to battle damage over North Vietnam Jun 16, 1967
				0486 shot down by AAA and ditched off North Vietnam Jul 4, 1966
				0487 shot down by AAA and crashed Muron Ma, North Vietnam  Nov 6, 1966
				0488 (127 TFTS) suffered engine failure in flight and crashed 70 mi NE of McConnell AFB, Kansas Jul 3, 1974.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				0489 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Jan 14, 1968.
				0490 (457th TFS) to Thunderstick II. Crashed Sep 20, 1980 at Antlers, Oklahome, 105 nm SE of Tinker AFB, OK.  
					Pilot ejected safely
				0491 (562nd TFS) suffered explosion, flameout, and fire on takeoff at McConnell AFB, Kansas Sep 18, 1967.  Pilot OK.
				0492 (MSN D180) to MASDC as FK0045 Jun 17, 1981.  Reported Apr 15, 2008
					at Valiant Air Command Museum, Tico, FL  
				0493 (MSN D181) to MASDC Dec 4, 1981 as FK0072
				0494 shot down by AAA and crashed 20 mi N of Mu Gia Pass, North Vietnam Jul 2, 1967
				0495 shot down by AAA and crashed 7 mi W of Dong Hoi, North Vietnam Sep 5, 1966
				0496 on display at Mojave in 2002
				0497 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll over Laos Nov 18, 1967.
				0498 (MSN D186) to MASDC May 20, 1981 as FK0036
				0499 shot down by SAM missile and crashed 20 mi N of Hanoi, North Vietnam Aug 7, 1966
				0500 (MSN D-187). Noted 2003 in Pate Museum of Transportation, Cresson, TX.  In 2005 was on display
					at Historical Aviation Memorial Museum, Tyler, TX
				0501 w/o Mar 11, 1968 when engine failed and crashed 60 mi NE of Takhli AB, Thailand.
				0502 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Dec 14, 1966 40 mi SW of Hanoi
				0503 (23rd TFW) w/o Oct 10, 1969 when crashed on takeoff at McConnell AFB, Kansas.  Pilot survived.
				0504 (MSN D192) to MASDC Jun 12, 1981 as FK0044.  To USAF Museum 
					in 1996.  Served with 357th TFS, 355th TFW out
					of Takhli RTAFB, Thailand as Memphis Belle II.  Credited
					with 2 air combat kills.  After duty with AF Reserve donated
					to USAFM in 1990.
				0505 shot down by AAA and crashed Ban Son, Laos Feb 18, 1969.  Pilot lost
				0506 shot down by AAA and crashed Thai Nguyen, North Vietnam Mar 11, 1967.
				0507 crashed on test flight from Republic, Farmingdale, New York near St James, NY.  Pilot rescued.
				0508 on display at Wings over the Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, Denver, Colorado.
				0509 (36th TFW) crshed 1 mi E of Bitburg AB, Germany, Sept 23, 1963 due to engine failure.  Pilot rescued. 
				0510 (53rd TFS) w/o over Suippes Bombing Range, France, Apr 9, 1963. Pilot lost control and was killed in
					crash.
				0511 shot down by ground fire and crashed Ban Kate, North Vietnam May 30, 1968.
				0512 shot down by AAA and crashed in Laos Sep 1, 1968.
				0513 upgraded to Thunderstick II.  Collided in midair with F-105D 60-5375 Feb 9, 1974 at Wichita Falls, TX.
					Landed safely.  With 457th TFS, crashed 51 mi NW of Carswell AFB, Texas Apr 26, 1979.  Pilot killed..
				0514 (MSN D202) to MASDC Nov 13, 1981 as FK0069.  Latersold to New Mexico State University
				0515 (560th TFS/23rd TFW) w/o Kansas Aug 6, 1968 due to flameout and instrument failure.  Pilot rescued.
				0516 shot down by ground fire and crashed near DMV Mar 26, 1967.
				0517 (MSN D205) to MASDC as FK0071 Nov 20, 1981.  On display at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB.
				0518 (MSN D206, 388th TFW, 44th TFS) hit by ground fire while bombing storage area near Ban San, just west of
					Ban Karai pass.  Aircraft caught fire, but was able to return across Laos and into Thailand, but pilot
					was forced to eject. 
				0519 (MSN D207) to MASDC as FK0011 Nov 18, 1976.
				0520 (49th TFW) w/o Jan 20, 1964 40 mi ENE of Wheelus AB, Libya due to engine failure. Pilot ejected safely.
				0521 became Thunderstick II.  Crashed Dec 22, 1976.  Also listed
					as overhead light and speed brake problem when landing at Bitburg, West Germany Nov 1, 1961
				0522 (355th TFW, 357th TFS) hit by AAA over North Vietnam  Sep 14, 1968 and pilot
					ejected over Laos and was rescued.
				0523 shot down by ground fire and crashed 12 mi N of Dong Hoi, North Vietnam Mar 29, 1966
				0524 w/o near Spangdahlem, Germany when lost roll control and pilot ejected Jul 9, 1962.
				0525 (MSN D213) to MASDC as FK0056 Jul 17,1981
				0526 (MSN D214, 121 TFS) crashed near Phelps-Collins Airport outside Alpena,
					MI Jul 11, 1980.  Pilot killed.  Also listed as crashing on Dare Range, North Carolina, same date
				0527 (MSN D215) to MASDC as FK0073 Dec 4, 1981
				0528 (MSN D216) became Thunderstick II.  To AMARC as FK0074 Dec 7, 1981
				0529 (425 FWW) crashed due to flameout 20 mi NNW of Nellis AFB, Nevada.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0530 shot down by AA and crashed Ban Tran, Laos Jun 16, 1969
				0531 (4525 FWW) suffered engine flame out 37 mi From Nellis AFB, Nevada Mar 14, 1961.  Pilot rescued.
				0532 (563 TFS) lost control 18 mi NW of Chinal Lake, CA and pilot ejected Oct 14, 1968. 
				0533 (MSN D221) to MASDC as FK0085 Feb 11, 1982
				0534 (563 TFS) in midair collision with 60-0448 10 mi NNE of Salina, Kansas.  Pilot rescued.
				0535 on display at Keesler AFB Air Park, Mississippi.
60-0536/0546		Cancelled contract for Republic F-105D Thunderchief
60-0547/0553		Northrop T-38A-25-NO Talon
				MSN N.5120/5126.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0547 (MSN N.5120) to MASDC as TF0028 Jan 18, 1972
				0548 (MSN N.5121) to MASDC as TF0001 Nov 9, 1971
				0549 (MSN N.5122) converted to GT-38A. To MASDC as TF0002 Nov 11, 1971.  At Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, Illinois
				0550 converted to AT-38B.  With 479th TTW, crashed May 24, 1983
				0551 used by Jacqueline Cochran to set several women's
					speed records.  Was on display at McClellan AFB, CA, but returned to
					USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.  In 2009 was owned by NASM and in storage at Garber Facility, Suitland, MD.
				0552 (MSN N.5125) to AMARC as TF0016 Dec 16, 1971
				0553 (MSN N.5126) to MASDC Dec 23, 1971 as TF0021.  Converted to T-38C and in 2010 was flying with 80th TFW at
					Sheppard AFB.
60-0554/0561		Northrop T-38A-30-NO Talon
				MSN N.5127/5134.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0555,0557,0558 converted to GT-38A
				0554 (MSN N.5127) to AMARC as TF0147 Jul 29 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0555 (MSN N.5128) to MASDC as TF0029 Jan 18, 1972.  Seen on display Jun 2008 at Freeport, Illinois MAP. 
				0556 (MSN N.5129) to AMARC as TF0022 Jan 6, 1972.
				0557 (MSN N.5130) to MASDC as TF--13 Dec 10, 1971.  Noted Oct 2003 at Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center,
					Hutchinson, Kansas
				0558 (MSN N.5131) to MASDC as TF0026 Jan 7, 1972.  Seen on display at American Legion Post 233, Edinburgh, Indiana Dec 2007
				0559 (MSN N.5132) crashed at Tyndall May 10, 1972 and was repaired.
				0561 (MSN N.5134) converted to AT-38B.  Converted to GAT-38B.  Noted Mar 2, 2004 on dump at
					Randolph AFB, TX.
60-0562/0596		Northrop T-38A-35-NO Talon
				MSN N.5135/5169.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0569,0573,0576,0589,0591,0594,0595 converted to AT-38B
				0567,0580,0583,0586,0588,0590,0592,0593 converted to GT-38A
				0562 (MSN N.5135) to MASDC as TF0020 Dec 20, 1971
				0563 (MSN N.5136) w/o Ju 18, 1962, Texas ?
				0564 (MSN N.5137) to MASDC as TF0023 Jan 1, 1972
				0565 (MSN N.5138) to MASDC as TF0015 Dec 16, 1971
				0566 (MSN N.5139) to MASDC as TF0012 Dec 6, 1971. 
					Spent many years with the USAF Orientation Group, touring the
					country.  Noted at USAF Museum Aug 1998.  In 2009 was on display at Bakersfield, CA
				0567 (MSN N.5140) to MASDC as TF0027 Jan 18, 1972.  On display at American Legin Post 299, Spalding, Nebraska
				0568 (MSN N.5141) w/o Aug 28, 1963, Texas?
				0569 (MSN N.5142) w/o Jun 22, 1988 Holloman AFB, New Mexico
				0570 (MSN N.5143) to MASDC as TF0019 Dec 15, 1971.  On display at Beale AFB, California
				0571 (MSN N.5144) to MASDC as TF0017 Dec 16, 1971
				0573 (MSN N.5146) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0095 Jul 12, 1991.
					On display at Owatonna, Minnesota airport painted as Thunderbird 1.
				0574 (MSN N.5147) to MASDC as TF0010 Nov 30, 1971.  On display at Laughlin AFB, Texas
				0575 (MSN N.5148) to MASDC as TF0018 Dec 15, 1971
				0576 (MSN N.1549) converted to AT-38A, later AT-31B.  Noted Jan 2014 on display at Holloman AFB Visitor Center,
					New Mexico.  
				0577 (MSN N.5150) to MASDC as TF0014 Dec 15, 1971
				0578 (MSN N.5151)  Named “Sweet Doreen” with 9th SRW at Beale AFB in May 1987. To AMARC as TF0154 May 24, 1993.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0579 (MSN N.5152) to MASDC as TF0026
				0580 (MSN N.5153) to MASDC Nov 30, 1971.  On display at US Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, Alabama
				0581 (MSN N.5154) Named White Shark” with 9th SRW at Beale AFB in May 1987. 61to AMARC as TF0155 May 24, 1993.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0582 (MSN N.5155) to US Navy as NT-38A serial number 600582.  To AT-38B.  Noted 2015 as 60-0582 at Phoenix-Mesa
					Gateway Airport, Arizona
				0583 (MSN N5156) to MASDC as TF0006 Nov 17, 1971. Reported Spring 2004 at Mid-America Air 
					Museum, Liberal, Kansas
				0584 (MSN N.1557) w/o Jun 7, 1966, Texas ??
				0585 (MSN N.5158) Assigned to 3640th Pilot Training Wing, Laredo, TX
					To MASDC as TF0009 Dec 1, 1971.  Assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), Ellington Field, TX
					Registered as NASA 915.  Registered to NASA Oct 16, 1989; registered as N915NA to NASA, Houston; current.
				0586 (MSN N.5159) converted to GT-38A.  To MASDC Dec 6, 1971.  Now on display at Greeley Weld County APT, Colorado
				0587 (MSN N.5160) w/o Feb 1, 1962, Big Spring, Texas
				0588 (MSN N.5161) to MASDC as TF0004 Nov 15, 1971
				0589 (MSN N.5162) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0076 Apr 19, 1991.
					On dispay at Owatonna, Minnesota painted as Thunderbird 2.
				0590 (MSN N.5163) to MASDC as TF0024 Jan 7, 1972.
				0591 (MSN N.5164) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0078
					Apr 26 1991.   Preserved at Lewis Center for Educational Research, Bernardino, Apple Valley, California
				0592 (MSN N.5165) to MASDC as TF0005 Nov 15, 1971. Noted on display
					at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Texas, September 2003
				0593 (MSN N.5166) converted to GT-38A.  To MASDC as TF0003 
					Nov 14, 1971.   On display at March Field Museum, California.
				0594 (MSN N.5167) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0079 Apr 26, 1991.
					Part of CAF collection at Burnet Apt, Texas.
				0595 (MSN N.5168) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0080 May 3, 1991.
					Preserved at city of Yankton, South Dakota.
60-0597/0605		Cancelled contract for Northrop T-38A Talon
60-0606/0615		Lockheed XRM-81 Agena
				The Agena space vehicle was used as an upper stage with SLV-2 Thor, SLV-3 Atlas, and SLV-5 Titan boosters to
					launch a variety of military and civilian payloads into orbit.
60-0616/0645		McDonnell GAM-72A-15-MC Quail missiles
				Redesignated ADM-20B-15-MC in 1963 
60-0646/0705		McDonnell GAM-72A-20-MC Quail missiles
				Redesignated ADM-20B-20-MC in 1963 
60-0706/0851		McDonnell GAM-72A-25-MC Quail missiles
				Redesignated ADM-20B-25-MC in 1963 
				0755 noted Mar 2004 at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, AL
60-0852/1108		Boeing/MARC IM-99B Bomarc  
				Redesignated CIM-10B in 1962
60-1109			Convair B-58B Hustler
				Designed with canard surfaces forward of the delta wing.  Project cancelled before construction began.
60-1110/1129		Convair B-58A-15-CF Hustler
				MSN 67/86.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1110 originally scheduled to serve as the production prototype B-58B with4 GE J79-GE-9 engines.
					Delivered to USAF 8Jun61.  Assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN 14Jun61.
					Named ‘City of Peru’.  To MASDC as BQ0035 12/18/69.  Scrapped Aug 18, 1977
				1111 delivered to USAF 8Jun61.  Assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN 12Jun61.
					Named ‘Four Aces’.  To MASDC as BQ0013 12/8/69.  Scrapped Jun 8, 1977
				1112 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN
					To MASDC as BQ0008 1/5/70.  Scrapped Jul 15, 1977
				1113 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN.
					To MASDC as BQ0030 12/16/69.  Scrapped Jun 28, 1977
				1114 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN.
					To MASDC as BQ0006 11/17/69.  Scrapped Jun 8, 1977
				1115 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN.
					To MASDC as BQ0071 1/13/70.  Scrapped Jun 21, 1977
				1116 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN.
					Destroyed Dec 8, 1964 near Bunker Hill AFB, IN due to collapse of landing gear during taxiing.  
					The ensuing fire burnt portions of the five nuclear weapons on board the aircraft. The high explosives 
					in the weapons did not detonate, although some portions melted and burned. One weapon that caught 
					fire was removed from the accident area, and extinguished by placing it in a shallow trench and 
					covering it with sand. The contaminated area was excavated and buried along with the aircraft 
					wreckage at a different location on the base. One crew member ejected but was killed.
				1117 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN.
					To MASDC as BQ0076 1/14/70.  Scrapped Aug 2, 1977
				1118 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN
					to MASDC as BQ0028 12/15/69.  Scrapped Jun 27, 1977.
				1119 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill AFB, IN.
					TDY to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Modified to carry iron bombs
					Assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN.  Named ‘Pink Panther’.
					Named ‘City of Kokomo’.  Destroyed 12/12/66 near McKinney, KY due to collision with ground during low-level bombing 
					run.  Three crew killed.
				1120 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN.
					To MASDC as BQ0025 12/12/69.  Scrapped Jun 14, 1977
				1121 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN
					Named ‘Can Do’.  To MASDC as BQ0041 12/22/69.  Scrapped Aug 11, 1977.
				1122 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN.
					To MASDC as BQ0008 11/19/69.  Scrapped Jun 3, 1977.
				1123 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN.
					To MASDC as BQ0048 1/5/70.  Scrapped Aug 4, 1977.
				1124 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN
					To MASDC as BQ0022 12/11/69.  Scrapped Jun 14, 1977.
				1125 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN.
					To MASDC as BQ0014 12/8/69.  Scrapped Jun 3, 1977.
				1126 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN.
					To MASDC as BQ0054 1/7/70.  Scrapped Jul 13, 1977.
				1127 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN
					To MASDC as BQ0036 12/18/69.  Scrapped Aug 12, 1977
				1128 Assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill AFB, IN.
					Destroyed Jul 22, 1965 at Bunker Hill AFB, IN due to departure of aircraft from runway during landing.
				1129 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN.
					To MASDC as BQ0062 1/9/70.  Scrapped Aug 15, 1977
60-1130/1148		cancelled contract for Convair RB-58A Hustler
60-1149/2077		Radioplane OQ-19D drones
60-2078/2247		North American GAM-77 Hound Dog missiles
				Redesignated AGM-28A in 1962
				2092 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				2174 on display at National Warplane Museum.
60-2248/2487		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee drones
60-2488/3447		Martin AGM-12 Bullpup missiles
60-3448/3452		Boeing/Vertol HC-1B Chinook
				MSN B-7/B-11.  Designated JCH-47A [as a result of the Air Force and Army cooperation in 
					developing the aircraft.]  Redesignated CH-47A [following completion of Phase F testing]
					Redesignated CH-47A in 1962.  
				3448 (B-7) accepted by the US Army Feb 8, 1963. Designated JCH-47A
					Assigned to Edwards AFB 1963. To North Dakota for cold weather tests in 1965.
					Redesignated CH-47A.  Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA used as a 
					GIA in the 67U maintenance course.  Redesignated GCH-47A.  SOC May 25, 1972
				3449 (B-8) accepted by the US Army Feb 20, 1963.  Designated JCH-47A.  Redesignated CH-47A
					Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA used as a GIA in the 67U maintenance course.
					Redesignated GCH-47A as a GIA.  To MASDC as XM0031 Jul 15, 1988.  Remanufactured as CH-47D and 
					reserialed 92-00309
				3450 (B-9) accepted by the US Army Jun 29, 1962.  Delivered to Fort Rucker, AL, Aug 16, 1962 [first 
					Chinook delivery to US Army].  Designated JCH-47A.  Redesignated CH-47A
					Crashed Mar 19, 1965 at Fort Rucker, AL.  The aircraft and crew of three were lost in an 
					accident near Hartford, AL when the aft yellow blade failed in the blade spar transition area. 
					The aircraft had been loaded to its maximum gross weight for testing.
				3451 (B-10) Accepted by the US Army Dec 8, 1962. Designated JCH-47A.  Redesignated CH-47A.  SOC Apr 11, 1975.
					Put on display in 1978 at US Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL
				3452 (B-11) Accepted by the US Army Dec 14, 1962.  Designated JCH-47A.  Redesignated CH-47A.
					Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA used as a GIA in the 67U maintenance course.
					Redesignated GCH-47A as a GIA.  SOC May 25, 1972
60-3453/3463		Beech L-23F Seminole  
				MSN LF-9/LF-19.  Redesignated U-8F in 1962 
				3453 (MSN LF-9) to civil registry as N870KS
				3454 (MSN LF-10)
				3455 (MSN LF-11)
				3456 (MSN LF-12)
				3457 (MSN LF-13)
				3458 (MSN LF-14)
				3459 (MSN LF-15) to civil registry as N141, then N15TF.  N15TF reported sold to an unknown owner in
					Venezuela October 2003.
				3460 (MSN LF-16) to civil registry as N5078N
				3461 (MSN LF-17) to civil registry as N130SP.  W/o Feb 8, 2010 when it clipped a tree line behind a house
					on Simmons Circle after taking off from Gwinnett County Airport, Briscoe Field, Lawrenceville GA and crashed.
				3462 (MSN LF-18) to civil registry as N50PR
				3463 (MSN LF-19) to civil registry as N5078C, then N19TF
60-3464/3473		Schweizer S-2A.  Also listed as Grumman S-2A Tracker for FMS
60-3474/3477		North American T-39B-1-NA Sabreliner
				MSN 270-3/6.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3474 (MSN 270-3) under Project Little Crow designated NT-39A for use as ECM threat simulator.
				3475 (MSN 270-4) to AMARC as TG0098 Jun 14, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3476 (MSN 270-5) under Project Little Crow designated NT-39A for use as ECM threat simulator.
					To AMARC as TG0102 Feb 9, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3477 (MSN 270-6) to AMARC as TG0101 Jan 19, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
60-3478/3508		North American T-39A-1-NA Sabreliner
				MSN 265-6/36.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				All converted to CT-39A except 3506
				3478 converted to NT-39A. To AMARC Aug 22, 2003 as TG0106.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3479 converted to CT-39A.  To AMARC as TG0082 Aug 19, 1985.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3480 converted to CT-39A.  To AMARC as TG0013 Jun 6, 1984.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3481 to MASDC as TG0085.  Was at Lane Community College, Eugene, OR, then to Evergreen 
					Aviation and Space Museum in 2009.  Was on display at Classic Aircraft Aviation Museum, Portland,
					Oregon in Dec 2012.
				3482 (MSN 265-13) to MASDC Jul 27, 1984 as TG0016.  To civilian registry 
					as N510TA with Western International Aviation of Tucson, AZ.
					to Jett Paqueteria of San Luis Potosi as XA-TFD.  W/o Sep 9, 2004
					when crashed and broke up on approach to Villahermosa-Capitan Carlos Perez
					Airport, Mexico.  2 crewmembers killed.
					at Merida, Mexico.
				3483 on display at Travis AFB Museum, California
				3484 (MSN 265-15) to MASDC Sep 17, 1984 as TG0024.  Aug 12, 1991 
					to civilian registry as N7043U with Western International Aviation of
					Tucson, AZ.  Sold to Jett Paqueteria as XB-GDU Aug 12, 1991.
					reregistered as XA-TFC.  w/o May 16, 1997 near Monterrey, Mexico.
					3 killed.
				3485 to MASDC as TG0003.  To West International Aviation, Tucson, AZ.
				3486 to MASDC as TG0008.  To civilian registry as N510TD
				3487 to MASDC as TG0021 Aug 31, 1984.  Given registration N510TD but cancelled in Sept 1998.
					Plane is supposedly at AMARC marked as 60-3486.
				3488 to MASDC.  to Des Moines Educational Resource Center, IA as N431NA.
				3489 to MASDC as TG0058.  To Houston Community College, TX
				3490 (MSN 265-18) to MASDC as TG0062.  To South Seattle Community College, WA as N8052V
				3491 converted to CT-39A.  To AMARC as TG0009 May 17, 1984.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3492 to MASDC as TG0007 Feb 6, 1984. To Thief River Falls Technical College, MN.
				3493 to AMARC as TG0057 Feb 28, 1985.  Left AMARC for Moses Lake, WA as instructional airframe.
				3494 converted to CT-39A.  To AMARC as TG0094 Dec 3, 1985.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3495 on display on pylon at Scott AFB, Illinois.
				3496 to MASDC as TG0072.  Cochise College, Douglas, AZ.  Noted Jul 2010 with Iowa Western Community
					College at Council Bluff, Iowa.
				3497 to AMARC as TG0066
				3498 (MSN 265-26) to MASDC as TG0077.  Was at Chandlers Williams Gateway, AZ Apr 1994, which is now Phoenix-Mesa
					Gateway Airport, Arizona.  In Mar 2007 with Gilbert community College Aviation Center at Williams
					Gateway Airport, Mesa, Arizona.  
				3499 converted to CT-39A.  To AMARC as TG0037 Oct 29, 1984.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3500 to MASDC as TG0030 .  To Letourneau College, Longview, TX
				3501 converted to CT-39A.  To MASDC as TG0001 May 19, 1976, returned to service.
					Back to AMARC as TG0093 Dec 3, 1985.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3502 to MASDC as TG0095.  To Dr. Robert Smirnow of E North Port, NY.
				3503 converted to GCT-39A.  At Air Classics Museum, Aurora, IL.
				3504 at Bi-States College, St Louis, MO as N3504.  Believed to be
					used as a teaching aid or a display item, since there is
					no record of registration N3504.  In 2009 was being relocated to Oakland Aviation Museum, Oakland, CA.
				3505 on display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum Airpark, Edwards AFB, California.
				3506 w/o Feb 9, 1974, Colorado
				3507 converted to T-39F.  To MASDC as TG0061.  To West Los Angeles College, CA, marked as N3507W
				3508 to AMARC as TG0042.
60-3509/3527		Ryan AQM-34B Firebee
60-3528/3529		de Havilland Canada L-20 Beaver
				Redesignated U-6 in 1962
				3528 (MSN 1428/1966) N88901 registered Nov 1973, cancelled Mar 1986, then N211PC but now registered as N437CH
				3529 (MSN 1429/1967) delivered May 6, 1960.
60-3530/3545		Bell HU-1A-BF Iroquois
				MSN 176/191.  Redesignated UH-1A-BF in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3535 to MASDC as XA0012 Jul 12, 1971
				3541 to MASDC as XA0013 Jul 12, 1971
60-3546/3549		Bell YHU-1B-BF Iroquois
				MSN 192/195
				Redesignated YUH-1B-BF in 1962.  Later redesignated UH-1B-BF
60-3550/3619		Bell HU-1B-BF Iroquois
				MSN 196/265  Redesignated UH-1B-BF in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3550 (MSN 196) to MASDC as XA0228 Sep 20, 1976.  To Singapore AF
				3551 (MSN 197) to MASDC as XA0054 Oct 4, 1973, to XH0102 Sep 5, 1979.
				3552 (MSN 198) to MASDC as XA0229 Sep 20, 1976.  To N8043Z
				3553 (MSN 199) in 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				3554 (MSN 200) on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
				3556 (MSN 202) became N3145F, then N18SP, then N18SX, then EC-436,
					then EC-EXO
				3558 (MSN 204) to MASDC as XA0025 Aug 9, 1973
				3559 (MSN 205) to MASDC as XA0223 Sep 16, 1976.  To N37995, N204GH reserved Jun 2000.
					Then to VH-THY in 2009.
				3560 (MSN 206) loaned to US Navy as 603560.
				3561 (MSN 207) to N92826
				3562 (MSN 208) to MASDC as XA0232 Sep 22, 1976.  To N22949
				3565 (MSN 211) to MASDC as XA0088 Nov 23, 1975.  To Uruguayan AF as FAU-060
				3567 (MSN 213) to MASDC as XA0094 Nov 25, 1975.  To civil registry as TI-SPO,
					then to N864MC Jul 1988.  Registration cancelled as "destroyed" Mar 1997.
				3568 (MSN 214) to N31213 (NTU), then to N9970F, then to N70NW.  Sustained substantial damage after loss
					of tail rotor control near Tok Junction Airport, Tok, Alaska Aug 8, 2013.  No injuries.  Registration
					N70NW cancelled and re registered Feb 8, 2013 as N9970F with Northern Pioneer Helicopters, Big Lake, Alaska
				3570 (MSN 216) to MASDC as XA0089 Nov 23, 1975.  Became N3880F.  Registration cancelled Jan 26, 2007
					as "destroyed"
				3572 (MSN 218) was at a VFW building in Cairo, GA Sep 14, 2003
				3573 (MSN 219) to MASDC as XA0157 May 17, 1976.  To N98163
				3574 (MSN 220) to MASDC as XA0021 Aug 10, 1973, to HF0079 Sep 5, 1975.
				3575 (MSN 221) to MASDC as XA0154 May 14, 1976, to HF0122 Sep 5, 1979
				3576 (MSN 222) to MASDC as XA0050 Sep 27, 1973, to HF01000 Sep 5, 1979
				3578 (MSN 224) to MASDC as XA0177 Jun 2, 1976, to HF0127 Sep 5, 1979
				3580 (MSN 226) to Royal Norwegian AF as 1580.  Noted at Flyhistorisk Museum, Sola, Norway
				3582 (MSN 228) converted to HH-1N and assigned to support US Navy VX-6 in Antarctica in 1961.
				3583 (MSN 229) to N59367
				3584 (MSN 230) to Royal Norwegian AF as 584 and in Jul 2011 noted serving as instructional airframe at
					Bardufoss Air Station
				3585 (MSN 231) to Royal Norwegian AF as 585.  To Norwegian Armed Forces Aircraft Collection, Oslo Gardermoen Airport
				3586 (MSN 232) to Royal Norwegian AF as 586
				3588 (MSN 234) to MASDC as XA0120 Jan 15, 1976
				3591 (MSN 237) to MASDC as XA0022 Aug 10, 1973.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 591.  Preserved at Bardufoss as gate guard.
				3592 (MSN 238) to MASDC as XA0038 Aug 20, 1973, to HF0092 Sep 5, 1979.
				3594 (MSN 240) loaned to US Marine Corps as 603594 to VMO-1 at MCAS New River, North Carolina. 
					Returned to US Army in 1968.   To civil registry as N96142
				3597 (MSN 243) to Royal Norwegian AF as 597.  was instructional airframe at Bodo Upper Secondary School, Norway in 2009.  Outside Norsk
					Luftfartsmuseum, Bodo, Norway May 2014 marked as Norwegian AF 597
				3598 (MSN 244) to MASDC as XA0109 Jan 7, 1976.  To N330WN
				3601 (MSN 247) on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
				3604 (MSN 250) to MASDC as XA0108 Dec 18, 1975.  To civil registry as N5022Q, then to EC-EOJ, then CC-CIY.
				3605 (MSN 251) to MASDC as XA0244 Aug 7, 1978.  To Singapore AF as 258 and now on 
					display at Singapore AF Museum, Paya Lebar.
				3606 (MSN 252) to MASDDC as XA0028 Aug 13, 1973.
				3607 (MSN 253) to MASDC as XA0027 Aug 10, 1973.  To N3231F.  Allocated civil registration N10605 July 2001.
				3608 (MSN 254) to MASDC as XA0183 Jun 11, 1976.
				3612 (MSN 258) to MASDC as XA0163 May 18, 1976.  To Ventura City Fire Protection, Camarillo, CA Sep 1977 as N70512.
				3613 (MSN 259) to Royal Norwegian AF as 613.  W/o, damaged by fire Apr 21, 1971 at Gardermoen, Oslo, Norway
				3614 (MSN 260) to MASDC as XA0144 May 5, 1976.  To N70264.  Was with USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA.  
					Transported to Midway June 3, 2004 after being restored at Gillespie Field
				3615 (MSN 261) to MASDC as XA0176 Jun 2, 1976.  To N4237V
				3616 (MSN 262) to MASDC as XA0073 Sep 14, 1975, to HF0108 Sep 5, 1979.
				3617 (MSN 263) to MASDC as XA0052 Sep 27, 1973.
				3618 (MSN 264) to MASDC as XA0238 Dec 2, 1976, to HF0136 Sep 5, 1979.
				3619 (MSN 265) to N22953
60-3620/3638		Martin XSM-68 Titan I missiles
				Redesignated LGM-25C in 1962
				3620 (J-9) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-20 Dec 20, 1960.  Second stage failed to ignite
				3621 (AJ-10) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-19 Jan 20, 1961.  Second stage failed to ignite
				3622 (AJ-11) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-20 Feb 10, 1961.  8000 km range achieved.  Carried 
					tracking strobe lights
				3623 (AJ-12) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-20 Mar 2, 1961. Second stage shut down prematurely.
				3624 (AJ-13) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-19 Feb 20, 1961.  8000 km range achieved, carried tracking
					strobe lights
				3625 (AJ-14) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-19 Mar 28, 1961.  8000 km range achieved, nosecone recovered.
				3626 (AJ-15) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-20 Mar 31, 1961.  First stage shut down prematurely 70 sec after launch.
				3627 (AJ-16) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-20 May 20, 1961.  8000 km range achieved, nosecone not recovered.
				3628 (AJ-17) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-20 Sep 6, 1961.  9800 km range achieved, nosecone recovered.
				3629 (AJ-18) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-20 Jul 20, 1961.  8000 km range achieved, carried decoys
				3630 (AJ-19) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-20 Aug 3, 1961.  8000 km range achieved.
				3631 (AJ-20) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-20 Sep 28, 1961.  7200 km range achieved.
				3632 (AJ-21) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-20 Oct 24, 1961.  9800 km range achieved, Launch detected by Midas IV
					early warning satellite.
				3633 (AJ-22) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-20 Nov 21, 1961l  9600 km range achived.  Nike target vehicle test
				3634 (AJ-23) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-20 Dec 13, 1961.  8000 km range achieve.  Nike-Zeus RV test.
				3635 (V-4) launched from Vandenberg LE-A1 May 1, 1963.  Exploded 5 seconds into flight.
				3636 (VS01) launched from Vandenberg underground silo Mar 3, 1961.  First successful launch from underground silo.
				3637 not built
				3638 not built
60-3639/3645		Martin XSM-68A Titan I missiles
				Redesignated LGM-25C in 1962
				3639 (M-1) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-19 Jun 23, 1961.  2nd stage shutdown prematurely.
				3640 (M-2) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-19 Jul 25, 1961.  8000 km range achieved, tested Titan II inertial
					guidance
				3641 (M-3) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-19 Sep 7, 1961.  7200 km range achieved, tested Titan II inertial
					guidance
				3642 (M-4) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-19 Oct 6, 1961.  8000 km range achieved, tested Titan II inertial
					guidance.  Minor guidance malfunction.
				3643 (M-5) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-19 Nov 29, 1961.  8000 km range achieved, tested Titan II inertial
					guidance
				3644 (M-6) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-19 Dec 15, 1961.  Second stage failed to fire.
				3645 (M-7) launched from Cape Canaveral LC-19 Jan 29, 1962.  8000 km range achieved, last Titan I test flight
					from Cape Canaveral
60-3646/3709		Martin SM-68 Titan I missiles					
				3646 (SM-1) launched from Vandenberg LE-AE Apr 13, 1963.  SAC-DASO launch, Nike target test
				3647 (SM-2) launched from Vandenberg LE-A1 Sep 23, 1961.  8500 km range achieved.
				3648 (SM-3) launched from Vandenberg LE-A2 Mar 30, 1963.  SAC-SASO launch, Nike target test
				3649 (SM-4) launched from Vandenberg LE-A3 Jan 20, 1962.  Second stage did not ignite.
				3650 (SM-5) to SBAMA storage Jan 20, 1965
				3651 (SM-6) to SBAMA storage Jan 20, 1965
				3652 (SM-7) launched from Vandenberg LE-A1 Aug 15, 1963
				3653 (SM-8) launched from Vandenberg LE-A1 Jan 29, 1963.
				3654 (SM-9)
				3655 (SM-10)
				3656 (SM-11) launched from Vandenberg LE-A1 Dec 5, 1962
				3663 (SM-18) launched from Vandenberg LE-1A Feb 23, 1962.  Second stage did not ignite.
				3669 (SM-24) launched from Vandenberg LE-A2 Jul 16, 1963.  Second stage did not ignite.
				3678 (SM-33) launched from Vandenberg LE-A3 Jan 14, 1965.  Second stage did not ignite.  Payload was West Wind III
				3679 (SM-34) launched from Vandenberg LE-A1 May 4, 1962.  Guidance tape error
				3680 (SM-35) launched from Vandenberg LE-A1 Oct 6, 1962.  
				3694 (SM-49) on display in retail parking lot, Highway I-75, Cordele, GA
				3698 (SM-53) on display at Complex 395-C Vandenberg, AFB, CA
				3699 (SM-54) on display at Strategic Aerospace Museum, Bellevue, NE 
				3701 (SM-56) launched from Vandenberg LE-A3 Aug 30, 1963.  Gas generator shutdown.
				3706 (SM-61) on display at Gotte Park, Kimball, NE.  Damaged by high winds 1996-97.  Only the first stage remains.
60-3710/3719		Lockheed RM-81 Agena
				The Agena space vehicle was used as an upper stage with SLV-2 Thor, SLV-3 Atlas, and SLV-5 Titan boosters to
					launch a variety of military and civilian payloads into orbit.
60-3720/3744		Grumman AO-1A Mohawk
				For US Army.  Build Nos 19A/43A.  Redesignated OV-1A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3720 crashed Ft Rucker, AL Jul 30, 1963
				3721 dropped by crane 1983.
				3722 to MASSDC as YA0005 Dec 1, 1971.  Later on civil registry as N2623Q
				3723 on static display at US Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL.  I have a reference
					having this one being dropped by a crane in 1982 at Hunter AAF, GA
				3724 crashed Apr 4, 1964, Ft. Monmouth, NJ
				3725 destroyed by fire Sept 1976
				3726 to MASDC as YA0034 Oct 31, 1972.  Scrapped at Tucson, AZ Sep 16, 1982
				3727 to MASDC as YA0001 Jun 25, 1971.  Scrapped at Tucson,AZ Sep 1982
				3728 on display at American Wings Air Museum, Anoka, MN
				3729 to MASDC as YA0020 Jul 27, 1972.  Scrapped at Tucson AZ Sept 17, 1982.
				3730 crashed Sep 321, 1962, Ansbach, GE
				3731 crashed Mar 1, 1969, Laos
				3732 scrapped Ft Eustis, VA Nov 1986.
				3733 destroyed by fire Sep 1976.
				3734 on display at American Wings Air Museum, Anoka, MN.  Noted Aug 2001 in compound at
					Anoka County-Blaine AP, MN.
				3735 to MASDC as YA0067 Aug 15, 1973.  Scrapped Tucson, AZ Sep 20, 1982.  Civil registration of N75213 reserved but NTU.
					Modified by Thunderbird Aviation with external waster tanks for use in icing certification tests for
					other aircraft.
				3736 to MASDC as YA0011 Jul 12, 1972.  Under restoration at American Wings Air Museum, MN as N134GA
				3737 to MASDC as YA0068 Sep 29, 1973.  Scrapped at Tucson, AZ Sep 20, 1982
				3738 crashed Nov 7, 1963, Hanau, GE.
				3739 crashed Feb 23, 1970, Thua Thien, Vietnam
				3740 grounded as maintenance trainer at Ft. Eustis, VA.  On display outside Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum,
					Teterbor Airport, New Jersey.
				3741 to US Navy as 603741.  To MASDC as YA0018 Jun 30, 1972.  Scrapped at Tucson, AZ Sep 16, 1982.
				3742 crashed Jan 17, 1963 at Augsburg, GE
				3743 under restoration at American Wings Air Museum, MN.  I have a reference which has
					this plane as being scrapped at Ft. Eustis, VA Nov 1986
				3744 destroyed by fire Sept 1976.
60-3745/3761		Grumman AO-1C Mohawk  
				For US Army.  Build numbers 1C/17C.  Redesignated OV-1C in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3745 crashed May 24, 1987 at Key West, FL
				3746 crashed Camau, SVN Nov 8, 1967.
				3747 to US Navy as 603747 on display at 1st Cavalry Museum, Ft. Hood, TX
				3748 scrapped at Avcrad, MS 
				3749 crashed Elbow Cay, FL Mar 9, 1962.
				3750 crashed El Centro, CA Jun 21, 1972
				3751 scrapped Ft Huachuca, AZ Jun 1985.
				3752 scrapped Jun 1985, Glendale, AZ.  Seein Jan 2008 in yard at 91st Ave, Glendale, AZ
				3753 to MASDC as YA0072 Oct 15, 1973.  Scrapped Feb 1990, Avcrad, MS
				3754 scrapped Jan 1990, Avcrad, MS
				3755 crashed Jul 22, 1967, Vietnam.
				3756 crashed Mar 23, 1968 Bassac River, Vietnam
				3757 to MASDC as YA0069 Oct 4, 1973.  Scrapped at Tucson Az in 1999.  Cockpit section survives in Australia.
				3758 to US Customs as N6743.  Put on display at Yesterday's Air Force Museum, Clearwater, FL Nov 1987 in olive 
					US Army colors. Later renamed Florida Military Aviation Museum and closed in 2004.
				3759 to MASDC as YA0079 May 20, 1977.  Scrapped at Tucson, AZ Dec 6, 1999
				3760 to MASDC as YA0089 Jul 31, 1978.  Scrapped at Tucson, AZ Dec 6, 1999
				3761 crashed at Ft. Bragg Mar 17, 1976.
60-3762/3768		de Havilland Canada AC-1-DH Caribou 
				MSN 13/19.  Redesignated CV-2A and then C-7A upon transfer to USAF
				3762 (MSN 13) delivered Jan 30, 1961 to US Army and assigned to Army Aviation School
					Transferred to USAF as C-7A Jan 1967 for Operation Red Leaf.  In 1973-74 was 
					operated in Laos by Air America as 762.  Returned
					to USAF Jun 1974.  To Darryl Greenameyer Feb 15, 1987 registered as N9014W.  
					To Gilbert Mose Feb 1988.  To Deutsche Aviation, Inc,
					Tulsa, OK Jul 1988, to Fowler Aeronautical Service, Van Nuys,
					CA Dec 1988.  Leased to Chieftain Air, Lanseria, South Africa,
					reputedly a covert operation run out of Africa in the late 1980s.
					Sold to Newcal Aviation Inc, Little Ferry, HJ Dec 19, 1989.
					Sold to Fowler Aeronautical Service, Van Nuys, CA Jan 29, 1990.
					Registration cancelled Sep 2, 1994.  Sold to Garamut Exploration Services,
					Vanimo, PNG Sep 1994, registered Sep 2, 1994 as P2-VTC.
					Crashed during approach to Kiunga Airport, PNG Jul 1, 1995.
					2 killed, one survived.
				3763 (MSN 14) delivered Feb 28, 1961) to US Army, assigned to Army Aviation School.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf. MAP transfer to Spanish AF as T.9-23 in Jun 1982.  
					Preserved on parade ground at Villanubla AB.
				3764 (MSN 15) delivered Apr 15, 1961 to US Army, assigned to Army Aviation School
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  Transferred to Spanish AF as T.9-13, code
					353-13 Oct 1981.  To civil registry as N555NC.  Stored with Penn Turbo Aviation at Cape May, New Jersey. 
				3765 (MSN 16) delivered Apr 28, 1961 to US Army, assigned to Army Aviation School.
					No record of any transfer to USAF.
				3766 (MSN 17) delivered Apr 28, 1961 to US Army, assigned to Army Aviation School.  Transferred
					Jan 19678 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to Spanish AF as T.9-14 in Oct 1981.
					Stored at Villanubla, Spain 
				3767 (MSN 18) Delivered May 1961 to US Army, assigned to Army Aviation School.  Transferred
					Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  Assigned Oct 1980 to California ANG.
					Named "Elvira" with California AVCRAD in May 1989.  Now on display at Travis AFB Museum, California.
				3768 (MSN 19) delivered May 1961 to US Army, assigned to Army Aviation School.  Transferred Jan 1967
					to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  To Spanish AF as T.9-15 Oct 1981.  Crashed at Cabaneros, Ciudad 
					Real Nov 10, 1984 after engine fire.
60-3769/5373		Radioplane OQ-19D drones
60-5374/5385		Republic F-105D-10-RE Thunderchief
				Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com
				5374 badly damaged over North Vietnam a nd crash landed at Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Nov 6, 1966.
				5375 upgraded to Thunderstick II. Crashed Feb 9, 1974 with 457 TFTW after midair collision with F-105D 60-0513 and crashed
					4.5mi W of Holliday, TX.  Pilot ejected safely.  The other F-105D landed safely. 
					This aircraft was "Old Crow II" flown by World War II triple ace Colonel Clarence E. “Bud” Anderson 
					during the Vietnam War.
				5376 to Thunderstick II.  With 457 TFS, crashed Mar 8, 1977 after engine flameout 33 mi N of Beatty, Nevada.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				5377 (36th TFW) crashed on runway at Hopsten GAF base, Germany Aug 27, 1962.  Pilot killed.
				5378 (49th TFW) w/o near Wheelus AB, Libya Mar 19, 1962 due to fuselage fire.  Pilot ejected safely.
				5379 (561st TFS/23rd TFW) crashed 69 mi NW of McConnell AFB, Kansas Apr 4, 1969.  Pilot killed.
				5380 (4520 CCTW) aborted takeoff due to hot brakse and fire and burned out on taxiway at Nellis AFB, Nevada
					Aug 29, 1967.  Pilot survived.
				5381 (354th TFS) shot down 6/14/1969.  Pilot MIA.
				5382 (355th TFW) damaged by AAA over Vietnam and pilot ejected just inside Thailand Jul 19, 1966.
				5383 (23 TFS) w/o near Cologne, Germany Dec 15, 1961.
				5384 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Feb 4, 1968.
				5385 (MSN D235) to MASDC as FK0042 May 29, 1981.  Seen Jun 2008
					at Fort Worth Veteran's Memorial Air Park, Meacham IAP undergoing
					restoration.
60-5386/5390		Beech L-23 Seminole 
				MSN LF.20/LF-24.  Redesignated U-8F in 1962
				5386 to civil registry as N112AR
				5387 to civil registry as N911CS
				5388 to civil registry as N50AD
				5390 (MSN LF.24) was N302SD.  Registration N800XQ reserved Oct 12, 2007,
					taken up Dec 4, 2007.  Registration N800EQ reserved Apr 9, 2009.
60-5391/5423		Martin TM-76 Mace missiles
				redesignated CGM-13 in 1962
60-5424/5429		Sikorsky SH-34G Seahorse
				Sold to Brazil under MDAP as 8550-8555
				5424 (MSN 58-1293) to FAB as 8550.  To Marinha do Brazil as N-3001
				5425 (MSN 58-1294) to FAB as 8551.  To Marinha do Brazil as N-3002
				5426 (MSN 58-1295) to FAB as 8552.  To Marinha do Brazil as N-3003.
					w/o Feb 8, 1966 San Pedro da Aldeia NAS
				5427 (MSN 58-1307) to FAB as 8553.  To Marinha do Brazil as N-3004.
				5428 (MSN 58-1308) to FAB as 8554.  To Marinha do Brazil as N-3005.
					w/o Nov 0, 1972.
				5429 (MSN 85-1309) to FAB as 8555.  To Marinha do Brazil as N-3006.
60-5430/5444		de Havilland Canada AC-1-DH Caribou
				Redesignated CV-2A in 1962 and then C-7A on transfer to USAF in 1967
				5430 (MSN 20) delivered Jun 1961 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Crashed 1964 at Phan Thet, Vietnam.  Repaired and used in Laos by Air America as 430 from 1965 to 1974.  
					Later returned to USAF Jun 1974.  Transfered Oct 1980 back to Army.  Assigned to Missouri National
					Guard.  Registered Dec 4, 1992 as N6154Z.  Now with National Naval Aviation Museum, 
					still as N6154Z.  Registration N6154Z cancelled Feb 20, 2004.
				5431 (MSN 21) delivered Jun 1961 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Tranferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				5432 (MSN 22) delivered Jun 1961 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  Transferred to Spanish AF as T.9-21 Jun 1982.  
					MAP transfer to Spanish AF Jun 1982.  Stored at Cuatro Vientos, Madrid, Spain and scrapped in 1989
				5433 (MSN 24) delivered Jul 1961 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to Spanish AF as T.9-24.  
					Registered N90C Nov 1986.  To New Cal Aviation, Inc in 1994
					as N90NC.  Cancelled on export to Indonesia Jan 19, 2005.  Registered to Trigana Air
					as PK-YRO Jun 6, 2005.  Crashed Oct 10, 2006 at Mamit, Papua, Indonesia when undershot the runway.
				5434 (MSN 25) delivered to Aug 1961 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  With 536 TAS, 483 TAW) veered off runway at 
					Vung Tau, South Vietnam Jan 17, 1969 and w/o
				5435 (MSN 26) delivered Sep 15, 1961 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to Spanish AF as T.9-16 Oct 1981.  
					Purchased by New Cal Aviation, Inc.  Stored at Coventry-Baginton, UK Jun 1995.  Registered N52NC to
					Pen Turbo Aviation Oct 6, 1994, cancelled May 21, 2013.  Stored at Cape May, New Jersey.
				5436 (MSN 27) delivered Sep 15, 1961 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to Spanish AF as T.9-26 Sep 1982.  
					To New Cal Aviation, Inc Feb 1988 as N666NC.  To Pen Turbo Aviation Nov 9, 1994, cancelled Mar 12, 2004
					on export to Indonesia.  Became PK-YRJ with Trigana Air Mar 24, 2004
				5437 (MSN 29) delivered Oct 31, 1961 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  Stored at Isla Grande, PR by Mar 1991.
				5438 (MSN 30) delivered Oct 31, 1961 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					No record of this aircraft being transferred to USAF
				5439 (MSN 32) delivered Oct 31, 1961 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  Leased to Air America as 439 Feb 23, 1972, 
					returned to USAF in 1972.  MAP transfer 1972 to South Vietnamese AF
				5440 (MSN 33) delivered Jan 5, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Crashed at A Loui, South Vietnam Aug 1963.
				5441 (MSN 35) delivered Jan 5, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  Leased to Air America as 441 Feb 23, 1972, 
					returned to USAF in 1972.  MAP transfer in 1972 to South Vietnamese AF
				5442 (MSN 36) delivered Jan 5, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer Mar 8, 1972 to South Vietnam AF.
				5443 (MSN 37) delivered Oct 31, 1961 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Leased to Air America as 443 Jun 5, 1965.  Returned to US Army before Nov 1965.	 Transferred Jan 1967 
					to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  Transferred Sep 1980 to US ARmyu, assigned to Kwajalein Missile Range.
					WFU in 1986. Sold Nov 19867 to Darryl Greenamyer and registered as N9016L.  Supposedly operated with 
					Chieftain Air, reputedly a covert operation run out of Africa in the late 1980s.
					Registered N9016L with Pen Turbo Aviation, Inc of Rio Grande, NJ Dec 20, 1994, expired Jun 30, 2013.
					Stored at Cape May, New Jersey.  Registration N9016L cancelled May 7, 2015.
				5444 (MSN 38) delivered Jan 5, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to Spanish AF Oct 1981 as T.9-17.  
					To US civil registry Nov 1985 as N88NC.  To Pen Turbo Aviation Mar 29, 1995, cancelled Jun 5, 2013.
60-5445/5449		Vertol H-21B Workhorse 
				All sold to Canada as RCAF CH-127 ser no. 9591/9595.
				5445 (9591) crashed Jun 28, 1968
				5446 (9592) to civil registry as CF-BSG
				5448 (9594) to civil registry as CF-JJV in 1958, returned to RCAF in 1965 and converted to 44B
					Stored at CFD Mountain View Nov 1969 and reduced to spares and scrap.
				5449 (9595) to civil registry as CF-JJW in 1958, returned to RCAF in 1965 and converted to 44B
					Stored at CFD Mountain View Nov 1969 and reduced to spares and scrap
60-5450/5453		Lockheed C-130B Hercules 
				for Canada as 10301/10304
				5450 (MSN 282-3572) to Canadian Forces as 10301.  Returned to Lockheed in mid 1960s.
					Registered as N4652 for ferry purposes.  To Colombian AF in Jan 1969 as FAC 1003.  
					W/o Oct 16, 1982 when ditched in Atlantic Ocean after running out of fuel enroute
					Azores-Bermuda due to navigation system failure.  Aircraft remained afloat for two
					days.  5 of 13 aboard killed.
				5451 (MSN 282-3575) to Canadian Forces as 10302.  Returned to Lockheed in mid 1960s.
					Registred as N4653 for ferry purposes.  To Colombian AF as FAC 1001.  WFU Jul 1998
				5452 (MSN 282-3587) to Canadian Forces as 10303.  Returned to Lockheed in mid-1960s.
					Registered as N4654 for ferry purposes.  To Colombian AF as FAC 1002.  Crashed
					and burned at Bogota, Columbia Aug 8, 1969.
				5453 (MSN 282-3590) to Canadian Forces as 10304.  Pancaked into field near North 
					Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada Apr 15, 1966 after explosive decompression.
60-5454/5463		Lockheed XRM-81 Agena
				The Agena space vehicle was used as an upper stage with SLV-2 Thor, SLV-3 Atlas, and SLV-5 Titan boosters to
					launch a variety of military and civilian payloads into orbit.
60-5464/5559		Convair SM-65 Atlas missiles
				Redesignated CGM-16E in 1962.
				5542/5559 completed as HGM-16F
				At least 5542,5559 built as HGM-16F
				5472 (130D) used to launch Mercury Atlas MA-9.  Fourth US orbital manned
					flight, with L Gordon Cooper, Jr in Faith 7 May 15/16, 1963.  22 
					and 1/2 orbits, 34 hr 19 min 49 sec duration.  Astronaut and capsule
					safely recovered.
				5482 was 140-D
				5485 was 27-E
				5533 (10F) at Alabama Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL
				5553 (30F) at Kennedy Space Center Rocket Garden, configured as Atlas Agena
60-5560/5573		Douglas SM-75 Thor missiles
				redesignated PGM-17 in 1962
				5560 (vehicle number 325) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 36 from
					Vandenberg AFB Dec 12, 1961.  Success
				5561 (vehicle number 326) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 35 from
					Vandenberg AFB Nov 15, 1961.  Success
				5562 (vehicle number 327) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 37 from
					Vandenberg AFB Jan 13, 1962.  Success
				5563 (vehicle number 328) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 32 from
					Vandenberg AFB Oct 13, 1961.  Success
				5564 (vehicle number 329) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 33 from
					Vandenberg AFB Oct 23, 1961.  Agena second stage failed
				5565 (vehicle number 330) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 34 from
					Vandenberg AFB Nov 5, 1961.  Success
				5566 (vehicle number 331) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 39 from
					Vandenberg AFB Apr 17, 1962.  Success
				5567 (vehicle number 332) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Program 102 from
					Vandenberg AFB Feb 21, 1962.  Agena second stage failed
				5568 (vehicle number 333) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 40 from
					Vandenberg AFB Apr 28, 1962.  Success
				5569 (vehicle number 334) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 41 from
					Vandenberg AFB May 15, 1962.  Success
				5570 (vehicle number 335) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 43 from
					Vandenberg AFB Jun 2, 1962.  Success
				5571 (vehicle number 336) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 42 from
					Vandenberg AFB May 29, 1962.  Success
				5572 (DSV-2D, Thor Ballistic 337) launched Jan 15, 1962.  Success
60-5574/5603		North American GAM-77 Hound Dog missiles
				redesignated AGM-28A in 1962. 
60-5604/6027		Martin AGM-12 Bullpup missiles
60-6028/6034		Bell YHU-1D-BF Iroquois
				MSN 701/707. 
				Redesignated YUH-1D-BF in 1962
				6029 converted to YUH-1H.
				6030 on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
				6033 boom at Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage, CA Oct 2007.
60-6035/6046		Bell H-13H Sioux
				MSN 2682/2693.  Redesignated OH-13H in 1962.
60-6047/6081		Cessna U-3B Administrator
				MSN 310M-0002/0036.  The USAF changed the designation of the L-27A to U-3A in mid-1958, long
					before the wholesale 1962 changes.  The first U-3B was orderd as such and was never designated
					L-27B.  Nicknamed *Blue Canoe* for their color scheme.  MASDC transfer dates from www.amarcexperience.com
				6047 to US Navy as 606047.
				6048 (MSN 310M-0003) to MASDC Sep 4, 1968.  To US Army
				6049 (MSN 310M-0004) to MASDC Sep 4, 1968.  To US Army then US Navy
				6050 to civil registry as N5331G
				6051 to civil registry as N5332G
				6052 (MSN 310M-0007) to civil registry as N32086.  On display at Robins AFB Museum, Georgia
				6054 to US Army
				6055 to civil registry as N10875
				6056 (MSN 310M-0011) to MASDC Sep 6, 1968.  to US Army
				6057 (MSN 310M-0012) to MASDC Sep 6, 1968.  to US Army
				6058 w/o Jun 14, 1968
				6059 (MSN 310M-0014) to MASDC Sep 6, 1968.  To US Army
				6060 (MSN 310M-0015) to MASDC Sep 9, 1968.  To civil registry as N5515G
				6061 (MSN 310M-0016) to MASDC Sep 9, 1968.  To US Army
				6062 to US Army and then to civil registry as N5077K
				6063 to civil registry as N5076A
				6064 to US Army.  To civil registry as N8160E
				6066 to civil registry as N5243G
				6067 crashed in Smoky Mountains of Tennessee in 1962.
				6068 (MSN 310M-0023) to MASDC Sep 24, 1968.  To US Navy as 606068.  To civil registry as N5215G
				6069 to civil registry as N5216G
				6070 to civil registry as N26070
				6071 to civil registry as N5244G
				6072 to US Army.  To MASDC as HM0120 Aug 12, 1970.
				6073 (MSN 310M-0028) to MASDC as HM120 Aug 12, 1970.  to US Army
				6076 to civil registry as N23630
				6077 to US Army
				6078 to civil registry as N4127G
				6080 (MSN 310M-0035) to civil registry as N71CA.  By 1993 was 
					registered N71CK.
60-6082/6093		Reported as various types of probes.  These were Ford XRM-89, XRM-90,
					XRM-91, and XRM-92, but the exact break-down is not known.
60-6094/6593		Radioplane OQ-19 drones
60-6594/6630		Lockheed XRM-81 Agena
				The Agena space vehicle was used as an upper stage with SLV-2 Thor, SLV-3 Atlas, and SLV-5 Titan boosters to
					launch a variety of military and civilian payloads into orbit.
60-6631/6660		Schweizer TS-1A for FMS
60-6661/6690		Schweizer S-2A for FMS
60-6691/6699		North American GAM-77 Hound Dog missiles
				redesignated AGM-28A in 1962.
60-6700/6807		Martin TM-76 Mace missiles 
				redesignated CGM-13 in 1962.
60-6808/6812		Martin XSM-68B Titan II missiles 
				redesignated LGM-25A in 1962.
				6808 (N-1) launched from Cape Canaveral Jun 7, 1962
				6809 (N-2) launched from Cape Canaveral Mar 16, 1962
				6810 (N-3A) launched from Cape Canaveral Apr 9, 1964
				6811 (N-4) launched from Cape Canaveral Jul 25, 1962
				6812 (N-5) launched from Cape Canaveral Sep 12, 1962
60-6813/6912		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee drones
60-6913			Sikorsky HH-34D Choctaw 
				ex US Navy UH-34D Seahorse BuNo 144639.  To Air America as H-V Apr 16, 1961, returned to US Navy Apr 15, 1963.
					Then to Vietnam AF Apr 17, 1963.  W/o Oct 27, 1964.
60-6914/6922 		Lockheed XRM-81 Agena
				The Agena space vehicle was used as an upper stage with SLV-2 Thor, SLV-3 Atlas, and SLV-5 Titan boosters to
					launch a variety of military and civilian payloads into orbit.
60-6923			Sikorsky HH-34D Choctaw
				ex US Navy UH-34D Seahorse BuNo 145734.  To Air America as H-W May 25, 1961.  Lost in Laos Jun 18, 1961.
60-6924/6933		Lockheed A-12
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				6924 (Article 121) to MASDC as AF0001 Feb 17, 2000. Put on display at Blackbird Airpark, Palmdale, CA.
				6925 (Article 122) to MASDC as AF0002 Apr 15, 1977.  Put on display on USS Intrepid, New York City.
				6926 (Article 123) lost during training flight May 24, 1963 after aircraft
				  	stalled due to inaccurate data being presented to pilot.  Pilot Ken Collins
				  	ejected safely from vertical flat spin.
				6927 (Article 124) was TA-12 two-seat pilot trainer.  To MASDC as AF0003 Apr 15, 1977.  Now on display at 
				  	California Museum of Science and Industry in Los Angeles, CA.
				6928 (Article 125) lost Jan 5, 1967 during training flight.  Pilot Walter L. Ray successfully ejected, but was
				  	killed after he failed to separate from his ejector seat.
				6929 (Article 126) lost Dec 28, 1967 during takeoff from Groom Dry Lake
				  	due to incorrect installation of SAS.  Pilot Mel Vojvodich ejected safely.
				6930 (Article 127) to MASDC as AF0004 Apr 15, 1977.  Put on display in front of US Space and
				  	Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL.
				6931 (Article 128) to MASDC as AF0005 May 15, 1977.  Was at Minneapolis ANG Museum.  Moved to CIA headquarters
					in Langley, VA in 2007 where it will go on display.
				6932 (Article 129) lost June 5, 1968, off Phillipines during FCF.  Pilot Jack Weeks killed.
				6933 (Article 130) to MASDC as AF0006 Apr 15, 1977.  Now on display at San Diego Aerospace Museum, California.
60-6934/6936		Lockheed YF-12A
				MSN 1001/1003
				6934 rear fuselage used in build of SR-71C 61-7981 (sometimes listed as 64-17981)
				6935 assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, 1969
					Made its last NASA flight on October 31, 1979.
					used for Project Cold Wall, a NASA heat-transfer experiment.  To National Museum of the US Air Force, Dayton, OH.
				6936 assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, 1969
					Aircraft experenced an in-flight fuel line failure and engine fire and was lost June 24, 1971. \
					Crew Lt Col Jack Layton and Maj William Curtis ejected safely.
60-6937			Lockheed A-12
				The 'true' 60-6937 (A-12 Article 131) to MASDC as AF0007 Apr 15, 1977. Transfer to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
					Was moved from Palmdale, CA to Birmingham, AL in February 2000.  Now on display at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham IAP, AL.
					SR-71A s/n 61-7951 operated under this A-12 serial number from July 1971 to September 1978.
					Delivered to Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
					Now at Blackbird Airpark, Palmdale, CA
60-6938/6941		Lockheed A-12
				6938 (Article 132) to MASDC as AF0008 Apr 15, 1977.  Put on display at USS Alabama at Mobile, AL
				6939 (Article 133) - Lost July 9, 1964 during approach to Groom Dry Lake due to complete hydraulic failure.
				   	Pilot Bill Park ejected safely.
				6940 (Article 134) - converted to D-21 drone carrier.  To MASDC as AF0009 May 15, 1977. Now on display
				  	at Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA.
				6941 (Article 135) - converted to D-21 drone carrier - Lost during
				  	test July 30, 1966 off coast of California.  Pilot Bill Park and
				  	Launch Control Engineer Ray Torick both ejected safely, but Ray Torick subsequently drowned.
60-6942/6948		Cancelled contract for Lockheed A-12

60-9301/9310		Grumman SA-16B Albatross	
				Grumman G-231.  Grumman Aircraft states that these serials were used for administrative purposes to 
					surplus Albatross aircraft of various models being transferred to foreign air forces under MDAP. 
					Warbirds Directory quotes these serials for aircraft delivered to the RCAF.
				9301 (MSN 449) modified to Model G-231, designated SA-16B/SAR, later HU-16B/SAR, CSR-110. Delivered 
					Sep 17, 1960 to Royal Canadian Air Force/RCAF as 9301. SOC Dec 17, 1970. To N9425 Grumman Aerospace 
					Corp, St Augustine FL Aug 19, 1971. To Chilean Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de Chile, FACh Feb 10, 1973 as 
					572. Written off 2Nov 2, 1973.  [Chilean Navy/Armada de Chile serial number 251 crashed Nov 1, 1973 
					nr Quilpé, Chile. Apparently the aircraft suffered an engine failure caused by a problem of the 
					airplane fuel system, causing a loss of power. The crew tried to pass the hills that obstructed 
					the passage to the sea, operating on one engine. They failed to clear the hills and the airplane 
					impacted terrain.]	
				9302 (MSN 450) modified to Model G-231, designated SA-16B/SAR, later HU-16B/SAR, CSR-110. Delivered 
					1960 to Royal Canadian Air Force/RCAF as 9302. Crashed near Hope, BC, Apr 23, 1966.
				9303 (MSN 451) modified to Model G-231, designated SA-16B/SAR, later HU-16B/SAR, CSR-110. Delivered 
					Sep 27, 1960 to Royal Canadian Air Force/RCAF as 9303. SOC Dec 17, 1970. To N9427 Grumman Aerospace 
					Corp, St Augustine FL Aug 19, 1971. To Chilean Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de Chile, FACh, 1971 as 573. 
					SOC 1979.  To N8497H Resorts International Inc, Miami FL Oct 1980.  To Grumman Aerospace Corp, 
					St Augustine FL 84. Converted to G-111 at St Augustine FL .86. To Royal Malaysian Air Force/TUDM 
					as M35-01. Delivered 1988 with executive cabin for Prime Minister. To Royal Malaysian AF Museum, Sungai 
					Besi AB, Kuala Lumpur 1993. Current.
				9304 (MSN 452) modified to Model G-231, designated SA-16B/SAR, later HU-16B/SAR, CSR-110. Delivered 
					Sep 27, 1960 to Royal Canadian Air Force/RCAF as 9304. SOC Dec 17, 1970.  To N9380 Grumman Aerospace 
					Corp, St Augustine FL Aug 19, 1971.  To Chalks International Airline, Miami FL 1977. 
					To Flying Boat Inc, Miami FL Mar 1981.  Converted to G-111 by Grumman at St Augustine FL completed 1982. 
					To N118FB Flying Boat Inc, Fort Lauderdale FL Mar 1982. Stored, Marana AZ 1987/2004. 
					To United Capital Corp, Wilmington DE Feb 26, 1996.  To Wildfire Aircraft LLC, Mesa AZ Mar 10, 2012, current.
				9305 (MSN 453) modified to Model G-231, designated SA-16B/SAR, later HU-16B/SAR, CSR-110. Delivered Oct 14, 1960 
					to Royal Canadian Air Force/RCAF as 9305. SOC Dec 17, 1970.  To N9386 Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine 
					FL Aug 19, 1971. To Mexican Navy/Armada de Mexico, Code MP-101, 1974. 
				9306 (MSN 454) modified to Model G-231, designated SA-16B/SAR, later HU-16B/SAR, CSR-110. Delivered Oct 14, 1960 
					to Royal Canadian Air Force/RCAF as 9306. SOC Dec 17, 1970.  To N9387 Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine 		
					FL Aug 19, 1971. To Mexican Navy/Armada de Mexico, Code MP-102, 1974, later MP-501. Preserved at Vera 
					Cruz Naval Base, Mexico. Displayed at Museo del Transporte, Xaalapa, Mexico.
				9307 (MSN 455) modified to Model G-231, designated SA-16B/SAR, later HU-16B/SAR, CSR-110. Delivered Oct 31, 1960 
					to Royal Canadian Air Force/RCAF as 9307. SOC Dec 17, 1970.  To N9388 Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine 
					FL Aug 19, 1971. To Mexican Navy / Armada de Mexico, Code MP-103, 1974. 
				9308 (MSN 456) modified to Model G-231, designated SA-16B/SAR, later HU-16B/SAR, CSR-110. Delivered Nov 8, 1960 
					to Royal Canadian Air Force/RCAF as 9308. SOC Dec 17, 1970. To N9392 Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine 
					FL Aug 19, 1971.  To Edward F. Dexter 1972. To Flying Boat Inc/Chalks International Airline Nov 1972. 
					Converted to G-111 by Grumman St Augustine Corp c1981.  To N119FB Flying Boat Inc, Fort Lauderdale FL 
					Oct 1982. Stored, Marana AZ 1987/2004.  To United Capital Corp, Wilmington DE Feb 24, 1996. To
					Wildfire Aircraft LLC, Mesa AZ Apr 10, 2012, current.
				9309 (MSN 457) modified to Model G-231, designated SA-16B/SAR, later HU-16B/SAR, CSR-110. Delivered Nov 29, 1960 
					to Royal Canadian Air Force/RCAF as 9309. SOC Dec 17, 1970.  To N9405 Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine 
					FL Aug 19, 1971. To Mexican Navy / Armada de Mexico, Code MP-104, Mar 8, 1974. 
				9310 (MSN 458) modified to Model G-231, designated SA-16B/SAR, later HU-16B/SAR, CSR-110. Delivered Nov 29, 1960 
					to Royal Canadian Air Force/RCAF as 9310. SOC Dec 17, 1970.  To N9423 Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine 
					FL Aug 19, 1971. To Chilean Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de Chile, FACh, 1971 as 574. SOC 1979.  To 
					N8497E Resorts International Inc, Miami FL Oct 1980. To Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL 1984. 
					Converted to G-111 at St Augustine FL 1986. To Royal Malaysian Air Force/TUDM as M35-02. Delivered 1988. 
					Preserved at RMAF Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.


Note: In 1960, Rhode-Island-based Textron Inc bought several Bell Aircraft
Properties, including Bell Helicopter Corporation.