1961 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised July 19, 2015


61-0001/0013		Boeing B-52H-165-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464428/464440.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0001 (MSN 464428) named "Visibility Perfect" with 92nd Wing in Jul 1992.
				0002 (MSN 464429) named “The Heat” with 7th Wing in May 1992.  .Named "The Eagle's Wrath III" in April 1996.
				0003 (MSN 464430) named "Miss Behavin" with 92nd Wing in Jun 1992
				0004 (MSN 464431) Named “Lobo” with 2nd BW in September 2005. 
				0007 (MSN 464434) named *Ghost Rider* with 23rd BS/5th BW in Mar 2002.  To AMARC as BC0489 Nov 13, 2008.  
					Seen at AMARC Mar 2009.  Returned to active duty Feb 2015 to replace 60-0049 which was DBR.
				0008 (MSN 464435) named "Lucky Sherry with 92nd Wing in Jun 1992.  With 93rd BS, 307th BW in 2011
				0009 (MSN 464436) named "Albatross" with 92nd BW Jun 1991.  To AMARC as BC0487 Sep 25, 2008.  
					Seen at AMARC Mar 2009
				0012 (MSN 464439) named "Loko" with 2nd BW Mar 2013.
				0013 (MSN 464440) named "Real T.A." with 410th BW in Apr 1969.
61-0014/0026		Boeing B-52H-170-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464441/464453.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0014 flap sections fell off shortly after takeoff at Tinker AFB Nov 1, 2012.  Aircraft damaged but landed safely, no
					injuries.
				0015 (MSN 464442) named "American Eagle" with 410th BW Aug 1991.
				0016 (MSN 464443) named "Bring 'Em Home" with 7t BW Jun 1991.
				0017 named "Renegade" with 92nd BW in Apr 1989.
				0019 (MSN 464446) named "Rolling Thunder III" with 96th BS Sep 2012.
				0021 (MSN 464448) named "Iron Eagle" with 7th BW in Apr 1989.
				0022 entered Depot Maintenance at Tinker AFB, OK in Nov 2004.  Crack was found in wing
					attachment and it sat waiting for money for repairs.  Temporarily repaired in early 2009
					and flown to Sheppard AFB, TX for use as maintenance trainer.
				0023 loaned to Boeing to test turbulence effects.  On test flight on Jan 10, 1964
					the entire vertical fin and rudder were ripped off.  Aircraft was able
					to land safely at Blytheville AFB.  Repaired and returned to service.
					To AMARC as BC0481 Jul 24, 2008, first B-52H to go to storage.
				0024 to AMARC as BC0491 Jan 6, 2009.  Seem at AMARC Mar 2009.  Named "I'll Be Seeing You" with 410th BW in May 1992.
				0025 delivered to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center Jul 30, 2001
					as replacement for NB-52B mothership.  Left Edwards AFB May 9, 2008
					on one-time ferry flight to Sheppard AFB, TX, where it will become
					a maintenance trainer, never to fly again.
				0026 crashed Jun 24, 1994 at Fairchild AFB during rehearsal for air display.  Lost control and hit ground.
61-0027/0040		Boeing B-52H-175-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464454/464467.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0027 to AMARC as BC0492 Jan 1, 2009.
				0030 (319th BW, 46th BS) crashed Nov 2, 1967 at Griffiss AFB.  Control lost during instrument approach
					when power loss on no. 5 and 6 engines.  6 killed, 2 ejected.  This plane was seen
					parked at DMAFB Mar 2009, so the plane must have been repaired.  The aircraft was destroyed in the crash,
					so this sighting seems unlikely.
				0032 to GB-52H maintenance trainer at Minot AFB, ND.
				0033 destroyed Nov 14, 1975 in ground fire at Minot AFB.
				0036 (MSN 464463) named "Skywolf" with 92nd Wing in Jun 1992
				0037 crashed Jan 21, 1969 at Minot AFB.
					Incorrect preflight fuel load distribution caused
					aircraft to stall on takeoff.  Aircraft 
					climbed to about 200-300 feet and made
					several pitch gyrations and crashed.
					Some of the crew tried to eject and were
					killed.
				0038 named "Dogs of War" with 7th BW in Apr 1989
				0040 (MSN 464467) named "Wonderful Baby" with 92nd Wing in Jun 1992.
61-0041/0106		Republic F-105D-15-RE Thunderchief
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0041 on display at DC ANG, 113rd FW, Andrews AFB, Maryland.
				0042 (357th TFS) shot down Jul 5, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				0043 (4526 CTS) suffered explosion, fire, flameout and crashed 31 mi NNW of Roswell, New Mexico Aug 14, 1967.
					Pilot rescued.
				0046 (562nd TFS) crashed near Lindsberg, Kansas Oct 18, 1966 due to fuel problem and fire.
				0047 (457 TFS) crashed 20 mi E of Altus AFB, Okloahoma near Roosevelt, Oklahoma due to engine failure 
					Mar 21, 1978.  Pilot rescued.
				0048 (388th TFW, 421st TFS) shot down Apr 23, 1966 35 mi NE of Hanoi
				0049 (49th TFW) w/o near Wheelus AB, Libya Mar 6, 1962 due to engine failure.  Pilot rescued.
				0050 (MSN D245) was at Virginia ANG, Richmond, VA.  To AMARC as 3234 Dec 1, 2011 
				0051 (388th TFW, 469th TFS) shot down Apr 24, 1966.  Pilot MIA.
				0052 (49th TFW) crashed near Merzi, Germany May 8, 1962.  Pilot rescued
				0054 (MSN D249, 354th TFS) shot down by AAA May 23, 1965 20 mi E of Vinh, North Vietnam.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued.
				0056 on display at Seymour Johnson AFB, North Carolina.
				0057 (388th TFW, 469th TFC) shot down Oct 21, 1966
				0058 (49th TFW) creashed near Spangdahlem, Germany Apr 26, 1966.  Pilot rescued.
				0059 (560 TFS) crashed during combat maneuvering training over remote area of Sequoia
					National Forest S of Lake Isabella, CA  Dec 7, 1967.  Plane entered a
					nose high flat spin from which recovery was not possible, and pilot
					ejected safely and was rescued.  Wreck found early in 1968.
				0060 (355th TFW, 357th TFS) missing during mission over Laos Nov 24, 1969.  Pilot MIA
				0061 (MSN D256) to MASDC as FK0067 Nov 6, 1981
				0063 (MSN D258) to MASDC as FK0081 Feb 3, 1982
				0064 (MSN D259) to MASDC as FK0077 Jan 28, 1982
				0066 (561 TFS) crashed on gunnery range at Salina, Kansas Dec 21, 1966.  Pilot killed.
				0067 (49th TFW) crashed at El Uotia Range, Libya Mar 8, 1965.  Pilot rescued.
				0068 (388th TFW, 469th TFS) shot down over Hanoi Jan 5, 1968
				0069 transferred from San Bernardino Museum to relocated SAC Museum 
					between Omaha and Lincoln, NB, painted in erroneous shark mouth 
					markings.  Underwent restoration.  Now mounted on a pole on the 
					highway between Omaha and Lincoln.
				0070 (184th TFTG) crashed due to inflight fire 2 mi SE of McConnell AFB, Kansas Sep 19, 1973.  Pilot rescued
				0071 (MSN D266) w/o near Wheelus AB, Libya Sept 21, 1962.  Fred
					Hall has this one as having survived into the
					1970s with the Kansas ANG, and having gone to MASDC Jul 16, 1975
					as FK008 and returned to service Dec 8, 1975, then back to
					MASDC Jul 15, 1981 as FK049.
				0073 on display at Air Power Park and Museum, Hampton, Virginia.
				0074 (MSN D269) to MASDC as FK0084 Feb 11, 1982
				0075 (MSN D270) to MASDC as FK0064 Oct 6, 1981
				0076 (MSN D271) to MASDC as FK0083 Feb 11,1982
				0077 (4519 CCTS) crashed on Smoky Hill gunnery range, Kansas Aug 13, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				0078 (388th TFW, 469th TFS) shot down Sep 3, 1967.
				0079 (561 TFS) crashed 6 mi NNE of McConnell AFB, Kansas Oct 23, 1969 due to engine failure.  Pilot killed.
				0080 (MSN D275) to MASDC as FK0059 Sep 4, 1981
				0081 (49th TFW) w/o July 28, 1964 near Wheelus AB, Libya after inflight fire in nose section.  Pilot killed.
				0082 (MSN D277, 6235th FTW, 334th TFS) shot down by ground fire Sep 20, 1965 25 mi SW of Vinh, North Vietnam.
					Pilot POW.
				0083 (563 TFS) crashed 42 mi NW of George AFB, CA May 6, 1968.  Pilot rescued.
				0084 (MSN D279) to MASDC as FK0075 Dec 7, 1981
				0085 shot down Sep 4, 1966
				0086 (MSN D281) to MASDC as FK0062 Sep 24, 1981.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				0087 (49th TFW0 crashed 12 mi NNE of Spangdahlem, Germany Jul 20, 1962.
				0088 on display at Grissom Air Museum, Peru, Indiana.
				0087 w/o near Wallenborn, Germany Dec 20, 1962.
				0088 at Grissom Air Park.
				0089 (MSN D284, 355th TFW, 354th TFS) shot down by AAA at Na Phao, Laos Dec 21, 1968.  Pilot MIA.
				0091 w/o in midair collision with KC-135 60-0340 near Trona, CA July 8, 1964.  Pilot killed.
				0093 (MSN D288) to MASDC as FK0068 Nov 6, 1981.  Now on display at Texas Air Museum, Caprock Chapter, Slaton, TX.
				0094 (MSN D289, 355th TFW, 354th TFS) shot down by AAA at Phuc Ye, North Vietnam Nov 8, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				0095 (6234th TFW, 421st TFS) shot down Mar 24, 1966.
				0096 (MSN D291) to MASDC as FK0082 Feb 9, 1982.
				0097 (49th TFW) crashed 3 mi W of Wheelus TACAN, Libye due to engine failure and fire Oct 6, 1965.  Pilot rescued.
				0098 w/o near Wheelus AB, Libya Dec 17, 1962.  I also have a report of this one being shot down
					Aug 3, 1965 and went down in Gulf of Tonkin.  Pilot ejected but was not recovered.
				0099 on display with Air Classic Museum of Aviation, Aurora Municipal Apt, Sugar Grove, IL.
				0100 on display at Forth Worth JRB, TX.  Seen at Fort Worth Carswell Museum, Texas Oct 2009.
				0101 (36th TFW) crashed 12 mi N of Frankfort, Germany May 27, 1963 due to engine explosion and fire.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0102 crashed at Republic, Farmingdale, NY Jan 24, 1962 during takeoff.   Pilot survived.
				0103 (113th TFW) crashed at Phelps Collins ANGB, Michigan when drop tank hit aileron Jul 12, 1978.  Pilot killed.
				0104 (388th TFW, 34th TFS) shot down Mar 17, 1969
				0105 shot down May 8, 1967.  Pilot POW
				0106 (MSN D301) converted to GF-105D.  Seen inside a fenced secure area at Lackland AFB, TX in 1997, used for security force
					training.  By 2012 sent to Kansas Aviation Museum, Wichita, Kansas
61-0107/0161		Republic F-105D-20-RE Thunderchief
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0108,1015 converted to GF-105D
				0107 on display at National Atomic Museum, Kirtland AFB, Albuquerque, New Mexico
				0108 (MSN D303) converted to GF-105D.  Seen inside a fenced secure area at Lackland AFB, TX in 1997, used for security 
					force training.  Moved to Palm Springs Air Museum in 2013, painted in Vietnam colors and marked as "Kombat Kathy".
				0109 (355th TFW, 357th TFS) shot down Mar 2, 1969.  Pilot MIA.
				0110 named Texas Humpbacks with 457th TFS at Carswell AFB in Mar 1981.  On display at Roswell Ind Air Center, 
					Roswell, New Mexico.
				0111 (419th TFTS) flew into ground on final 2 mi SW of Falun, Kansas Dec 5, 1969.  Pilot killed.
				0113 (6235th TFW, 563rd TFS) shot down Jul 27, 1965 30 mi W of
					Hanoi.  Pilot POW.
				0114 (49th TFW) caught fire on takeoff, did not jettison stores and crashed into Mobile Bay, Alabama Apr 30, 1962.
					Pilot ejected too low and was killed.
				0115 seen inside a fenced secure area at Lackland AFB, TX in 2008.  Now on display at Haralson County Veteran's
					Association, Tallapoosa, Georgia
				0116 (355th TFW) shot down Jul 20, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				0117 (MSN D312, 4th FTW, 334th TFS) shot down by SAm at Ninh Binh, North Vietnam Sep 30, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				0120 (MSN D315, 388th TFW, 469th TFS) shot down by AAA a Nghia Lo province, North Vietnam May 31, 1966.  Pilot KIA
				0121 ran out of fuel in fight with MiG-17 over Laos Jul 11, 1966
				0122 (355th TFW, 357th TFS) shot down Oct 27, 1967.  Pilot POW
				0123 (388th TFW, 34th TFS) lost Mar 19, 1967
				0124 (388th TFW, 469th TFS) shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Nov 20, 1967.  Pilot POW
				0126 shot down Oct 27, 1967.  Pilot POW
				0127 shot down May 7, 1967 10 mi SW of Hanoi.  Pilot POW
				0128 (36th TFW) w/o 4.5 km S of Bitburg, Germany Aug 14, 1963 when gear was retracted too early.  Pilot killed.
				0130 (355th TFW, 333rd TFS)shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Apr 30, 1967.  Pilot POW
				0131 (336th TFS) crashed 6 mi SE of Kenya Air Field, Turkey Jul 27, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				0132 (388th TFW, 34th TFS) crashed May 14, 1968
				0134 (MSN D329) to MASDC as FK0010 Oct 13, 1976
				0137 (562nd TFS) crashed 40 mi NE of McConnell AFB Oct 11, 1968 due to uncontrollable rudder problem.  Pilot killed.
				0138 (MSN D333) noted on display at Bolling AFB, DC in Oct 2000, marked as 59-1771, nicknamed Ohio Express.
				0140 shot down Aug 7, 1966.  Pilot POW.
				0141 (49th TFW) crashed near Wurzburg, Germany Dec 10, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				0142 shot down May 30, 1966.  Pilot POW
				0143 (561 TFS) crashed near Smoky Hill, Kansas Nov 14, 1967.  Pilot killed.
				0144 (355 TFW) suffered power loss and inflight fire and crashed 12. 5 mi N of Harper, Kansas Nov 7, 1964.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				0145 on display at Holloman AFB, New Mexico.
				0146 at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum Airpark, Edwards AFB, California.
				0147 (388th TFW, 469th TFS) shot down May 5, 1966 40 mi N of Haiphong.  
				0148 hit by AAA over North Vietnam Jun 4, 1967 and lost at sea.  Pilot was recovered.
				0150 (355th TFW, 354th TFS) went down in Laos Dec 8, 1968.  Remains of crewman recovered in 1994.
				0151 (561 TFS) crashed on takeoff at McConnell AFB, Kansas Aug 9, 1968.  Pilot rescued.
				0154 (MSN D349) to MASDC as FK0057 Aug 19, 1981
				0156 (355th TFW, 354th TFS) shot down Dec 8, 1966.  Pilot KIA
				0158 (355th TFW, 333rd TFS) shot down Jul 8, 1966.  Pilot POW.
				0159 (MSN D354) to MASDC as FK0050 Jun 25, 1981.  Now on display 
					at Davis Monthan AFB, Arizona, painted as 62-4284
				0161 (MSN D356) to MASDC as FK0060 Sep 4, 1981.
61-0162/0220		Republic F-105D-25-RE Thunderchief
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0162 (388th TFW, 469th TFS) shot down Mar 17, 1968.
				0163 (6235th TFW, 562nd TFS) shot down Nov 3, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				0164 (MSN D359) to MASDC as FK0046 Jun 17, 1981.  Now on display at Hunter Park, Douglasville, Georgia 
					with bogus serial number 64-0164.
				0165 was on display at Pope AFB, NC.  Noted Nov 2007 at Moody AFB, Georgia for static display
				0166 (MSN D361) to MASDC as FK0038 May 26, 1981
				0167 (MSN D362) to MASDC as FK0047 Jun 17, 1981
				0169 shot down Oct 28, 1967.  Pilot POW.
				0170 (MSN D365) to MASDC as FK0063 Sep 24, 1981
				0171 (355th TFW, 563rd TFS) shot down Apr 17, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				0173 (MSN D368) shot down by 57 mm AAA at Phuc Yen, North Vietnam
					Nov 5, 1967. Pilot ejected and picked up by SAR helicopter.
				0174 (388th TFW, 421st TFS) shot down May 15, 1966 over Laos.  Pilot KIA
				0175 on display at Sheppard AFB Museum, Texas.
				0176 (MSN D371) on display at Maxwell AFB, Alabama.
				0177 (6234th TFW, 357th TFS) shot down Jul 27, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				0179 shot down by AAA May 6, 1966 over Yen Bay, North Vietnam.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				0181 (355th TFW, 333rd TFS) crashed Oct 23, 1967 after midair collision with
					F-105D 62-4335
				0182 (355th TFW, 334th TFS) shot down over North Vietnam Dec 1, 1965.  Pilot MIA.
				0183 (MSN D378) to MASDC as FK0001 Jul 6, 1973.
				0184 lost over SVN Aug 10, 1965.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0185 (MSN D380, 67th TFS) shot down by AAA near Piu Tho, NVN Aug
					31, 19??. Pilot ejected and rescued.
				0186 (388th TFW, 13th TFS) shot down north of Hanoi Sep 26, 1966.  Pilot POW
				0187 (388th TFW, 12th TFS) shot down Dec 13, 1966.  Pilot MIA.
				0188 (MSN D-383) noted Aug 2003 at Tactical Air Command Memorial Park, Langley AFB, Virginia, 
					painted as 61-0217
				0189 (MSN D384, 67th TFS) shot down by AAA 15 mi N of Thanh Hoa, NVN Sep 16, 1965. Pilot POW.
				0190 shot down Jun 2, 1967.  Pilot POW
				0192 (12th TFS) crashed 40 mi NW of Kadena, Okinawa due to engine failure May 5, 1966.  Pilot rescued.
				0193 (MSN D388, 67th TFS) shot down by AAA at Yen Bai, NVN Aug 29, 1965. Pilot POW.
				0194 shot down Jun 28, 1968.  Pilot POW
				0197 (388th TFW, 421st TFS) shot down Aug 14, 1966.  Pilot MIA
				0198 shot down May 5, 1967 15 mi SW of Hanoi.  Pilot POW
				0199 converted to GF-105D.  Seen inside a fenced secure area at Lackland AFB, TX in 2008.  Moved to Tupelo, Mississippi
					Veterans Museum.
				0201 shot down Sep 12, 1966.  Pilot POW
				0202 (23rd TFW) crashed Apr 10, 1969 8 mi NE of McConnell AFB, Kansas.  Pilot recovered
				0203 (4th TFW) crashed on approach to Seymour Johnson AFB, May 9, 1963.  Pilot killed.
				0204 (MSN D399) to MASDC as FK0009 Oct 7, 1976.
				0205 (388th TFW, 34th TFS) shot down Oct 17, 1967.  Pilot POW
				0206 (MSN D401, 388th TFW, 34th TFS) shot down by AAA near Van Loc, North Vietnam Apr 15, 1968.  Pilot 
					ejected and became POW, died during captivity.
				0207 (18the TFWS) out of Kadena, Okinawa flamed out after night refuelling 
					and crashed into ocean Mar 11, 1964.  Pilot killed.
				0208 (388th TFW, 469th TFS) shot down Nov 19, 1967.  Pilot MIA
				0209 (18th TFW) crashed into Yellow Sea off Kadena AB, Okinawa Mar 20, 1965.  Pilot killed.
				0210 (6234th TFW, 469th TFS) shot down Jan 31, 1966.  Pilot MIA
				0211 (18th TFW) w/o Mar 1, 1964 at Naha, Okinawa due to drag chute failure and subsequent runway 
					overshoot during landing.  Damaged beyond economical repair.
				0212 (MSN D407) to MASDC as FK0037 May 20, 1981
				0213 (388th TFW, 34th TFS) shot down Jun 15, 1967.  Pilot MIA
				0216 (4525 CCTW) w/o Eglin AFB, FL, Feb 7, 1963 due to damage from bomb debris during low-level training
					mission.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0217 (MSN D412, 67th TFS) shot down by AAA 15 mi N of Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam Sep 16, 1965.  Pilot Robinson Risner
					ejected and became POW.
				0218 flew into water during air formation aerobatics near Kadena AB, Okinawa Aug 28, 1964.
					Date might be Sep 5, 1964.  Also listed as being damaged on runway at Kadena AB, Okinawa Feb 3, 1964.
				0219 (388th TFW, 469th TFS) crashed Aug 17, 1968 when overran landing
					at Korat RTAFB.
				0220 (MSN D415, 355th TFW) crashed 14 mi N of Takhli, Thailand Apr 15, 1970. Pilot ejected.
61-0221/0260		cancelled contract for Republic F-105D Thunderchief
61-0261/0325		Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
				MSN 18168/18232.  MSNs 18162/18226 are also quoted, but the Boeing
					production list gives 18162/18167 as being commercial Boeing 720s
				0282,0310,0316 converted to VC-135A
				0261,0263,0269,0279,0281,0283,0302 converted to EC-135L post-attack command and control 
					system aircraft.
				0268,0270,0271,0280,0281,0303 converted to KC-135E.
				0264,0266,0267,0272,0275/0277,0284,0288,0290,0292/0295,0289/0300,0302,0304/0315,0317,
					0318,0320,0321,0323,0324 converted to KC-135R
				0261 (MSN 18168) converted to EC-135L post-attack command and control system aircraft.  
					To AMARC May 29, 1992 as CA0020.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0262 (MSN 18169) named "Rollin' Thunder" with 28th BW in May 1989.  Converted to EC-135A radio relay link aircraft.  
					At South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.
				0263 (MSN 18170) converted to EC-135L post-attack command and control system aircraft.  
					To AMARC May 5, 1992 as CA0015.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0265 (MSN 18172) engines 3 and 4 sheared off in turbulence and aircraft crashed 
					on takeoff Jan 4, 1965, Loring AFB.  4 killed.
				0268 (MSN 18175) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0183 Mar 18, 2008
				0269 (MSN 18176, EC-135L) at Grissom Air Museum, Bunker Hill, Indiana.
				0270 (MSN 18177) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC Sep 17, 2008.
				0271 (MSN 18178) converted to KC-135E. To AMARC as CA0160 May 21, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Still there Jun 2015.
				0273 (MSN 18180) collided with B-52 58-0256 loaded with nuclear weapons during
					refuelling over Palomares, Spain Jan 17, 1966.
				0274 (MSN 18181) converted to EC-135H airborne command post.  Later to EC-135P.  
					To AMARC as CA0010 Feb 27, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0275 (MSN 18182) converted to KC-135R.  With 151st ARW, Utah ANG
				0277 named "Bear Hunter" with 349th ARW in May 1989.
				0278 (MSN 18185) converted to EC-135A radio relay link aircraft.  To AMARC Sep 18, 1992 as CA0048.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0279 (MSN 18186) converted to EC-135L post-attack command and control system aircraft.  
					To AMARC as CA0018 May 22, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0281 (MSN 18188) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Phoenix Suns" with 197th ARS, Arizona ANG in 1992.  To 
					AMARC as CA0243 Aug 25, 2009.
				0282 (MSN 18189) converted to EC-135H airborne command post.  Later converted to GEC-135H ground instructional trainer.
					Noted Mar 10, 2004 as ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX.
				0283 (MSN 18190) converted to EC-135L post-attack command and control system aircraft.  
					To AMARC as CA0016 May 6, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0285 (MSN 18192) converted to EC-135H airborne command post.  To AMARC Mar 9, 1992 as CA0012.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0286 (MSN 18193) converted to EC-135H airborne command post.  Later
					converted to GEC-135H ground instructional trainer.  Scrapped Oct/Nov 2000.  Named "Dark Angel" with 10th
					Airborne command and Control Squadron (ACCS) in 1987.
				0287 (MSN 18194) converted to EC-135A radio relay link aircraft.  Now is gate guard at Offutt AFB, Nebraska.
				0289 (MSN 18196) converted to EC-135A radio relay link aircraft.  To AMARC Jun 8, 1992 as CA0022.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0291 (MSN 18198) converted to EC-135H airborne command post.  To AMARC May 30, 1990 as CA0007.
				0293 (MSN 18200) converted to EC-135A radio relay link aircraft.  Stationed
					at Grisson AFB during late 1980s as a KC-135R.  It was the first
					to be converted to an R.
				0296 (MSN 18203) struck high terrain near Alpena, MI after cabin pressurization
					problem Sept 26, 1976.  15 of 20 onboard killed.  (ASN)
				0297 (MSN 18204) converted to EC-135A.  To AMARC Jun 2, 1992 as CA0021.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0298 (MSN 18205) named "The Dragon and His Tail II" with 19th ARW in Jul 1989
				0301 (MSN 18208) hit ground during night approach over mountainous terrain
					47 miles from Ching Chuan Kang AB, Taiwan Oct 22, 1968.
				0303 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0204 May 13, 2008
				0310 (MSN 18217) named "Moving Violation II" with 384th BW in Jul 1991.
				0312 converted to KC-135R.  Named "Holy Terror" with 100 ARW in 1997.  Retired to AMARC Feb 21, 2013, 
					first KC-135R to be retired.
				0313 converted to KC-135R.  Named "100 Proof" with 100th Air Refueling Wing in 1995.
				0315 converted to KC-135R
				0316 (MSN 18223) burned out at Cairo International Aiport, Egypt during ground refuelling Mar 19, 1985.
				0319 (MSN 18226) lost Aug 28, 1963, North Atlantic in possible midair collision
					with 61-322 after refuelling B-47s.  6 on board, no survivors.
				0320 (MSN 18227) converted to KC-135R.  With 412th TW made first ever successful air-to-air
					refueling with an F-35 Mar 12, 2008.  Contact was for handling
					and systems evaluation only, no fuel was transferred.  In 2009 was designated NKC-135R.
					Named "Patches" with 96th BW in Apr 1991.
				0321 (MSN 18228) converted to KC-135R. Named “Wild Cargo” with 100th ARW in November 1993
				0322 (MSN 18229) lost Aug 28, 1963, North Atlantic in possible midair collision
					with 61-319 after refuelling B-47s.  5 on board, no survivors.
				0323 (MSN 18230) converted to KC-135R.  Named “Island Born” with 18th Wing in September 1992.
				0325 (MSN 18232) to AMARC as CA0091 Sep 29 1993.  To Singapore AF as 751.
61-0326/0330		Boeing C-135A-BN Stratolifter
				MSN 18233/18237 (Boeing production list).  MSN 18227/18231 also quoted.
				All converted to EC-135N airborne command post.  These five aircraft along with EC-135N's 
					60-0372, 0374 and 0375 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. 
				0326 (MSN 18233) converted to EC-135E, but converted to EC-135N, but with E-model engines 
					installed.  To AMARC as CA0122 Jun 1, 1998.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0327 (MSN 18234) converted to EC-135N, but with E-model engines installed.  In 2006 was
					in museum of Aviation at Robins AFB, Georgia
				0328 (MSN 18235) suffered abrupt pitch-down resulting in structural failure with
					ensuing midair explosion and crash near Walkersville, MD May 6, 1981.
					All 21 onboard killed. (ASN)
				0329 (MSN 18236) converted to EC-135N, but with E-model engines installed.  Now is battle damage repair 
					training aircraft at Tinker AFB, OK.
				0330 (MSN 18237) converted to EC-135N, but with E-model engines installed
61-0331/0332		Boeing C-135B-BN Stratolifter
				MSN 18238/18239 (Boeing production list).  Converted to EC-135N.
				0331 (MSN 18238) lost Jun 13, 1971 North Pacific on flight from Hickam AFB,
					HI to Pago Pago IAP, American Samoa.  24 on board, no survivors. 
					Only minor debris found.  The plane was used to monitor
					French atmospheric nuclear tests in the Pacific.
				0332 (MSN 18239) crashed on landing at Clark AB, Philippines Aug 11, 1964, 
					hitting a taxi.  84 on board, 5 survivors, passengers in taxi also killed.
61-0333/0444		McDonnell GAM-72A-30-MC Quail missiles
				Redesignated ADM-20B-30-MC in 1962.
				0414 at Gwinn, MI
61-0445/0539		McDonnell GAM-72A-35-MC Quail missiles
				Redesignated ADM-20B-30-MC in 1962.
				0455 at Lone Star Flight Museum, Galveston, TX.
61-0540/0633		McDonnell GAM-72A-40-MC Quail missiles
				Redesignated ADM-20B-40-MC in 1962.
				0633 at Hill Aerospace Museum, Oggen, UT
61-0634/0685		North American T-39A-1-NA Sabreliner
				MSN 265-37/88
				All converted to CT-39A except 0640,0644,0646,0649,0661,0664,0672.
				0634 (MSN 265-37, CT-39A) on display at Dyess Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Texas 
				0635 (MSN 265-38, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0054 Jan 25, 1985.  To Regional
					Vocational Tech, Lafayette, LA Jun 7, 1990 
				0636 (MSN 265-39) CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0089 Sept 16, 1985.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0637 (MSN 265-40, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0035 Oct 29, 1984.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0638 (MSN 265-41, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0096 Dec 3, 1985.
					to LAredo MAP, TX Apr 2006
				0639 (MSN 265-42, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0086 Sep 3, 1985.  To 
					Blackhawk Technical College, Janesville, WI as N21092 Aug 1, 1989.  Sold May 2014 to private owner.
				0640 (MSN 265-43) collided in midair with TA-4F Apr 16, 1970 and
					crashed near Weldon, SC.  All 4 onboard killed.  Both crew
					of the TA-4F also killed. (ASN)
				0641 (MSN 265-44, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0036 Oct 29,1984.  To Rock Valley
					College, Rockford, IL
				0642 (MSN 265-45, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0045 Dec 11, 1984.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Appeared in the movie "Stripes"
				0643 (MSN 265-46, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0022 Sep 7, 1984.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0644 (MSN 265-47) DBR at Camp Springs-Andrews AFB,MD May 7, 1963.
				0645 (MSN 265-48, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0091 Oct 10, 1985.
					to civil registry as N6CF Mar 1990.  To XA-TFL
					for Jett Paqueteria.  Crashed on takeoff at Culiacan, Mexico
					Jul 5, 2007 and crashed into cars on nearby highway, killing
					7 people on the ground and the three crew.
				0646 (MSN 265-49) crashed King and Queen County, VA May 14, 1975
					during test flight.  3 killed.
				0647 (MSN 265-50, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0078 Jun 10, 1985.  To Costa Mesa Community College, CA Apr 2, 1990.
				0648 (MSN 265-51, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0017 Aug 3, 1984.  Sold to DMI Aviation, Tucson, AZ Jan 27, 1992.
				0649 (MSN 265-52) to AMARC as TG0047 Dec 18, 1984.  To civil registry as N1064 to USAF Jan 18, 1980,
					expired Sep 30, 2013.
				0650 (MSN 265-53, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0043 Dec 3, 1984. To Everett
					Community College, Everett, WA Nov 6, 1989
				0651 (MSN 265-54, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0040 Dec 3, 1984.  To FD
					Technical College, Florence, SC Jun 19, 1990.  Seen at 
					Trident Technical College, South Carolina Feb 2007.  Still there in Mar 2015.
				0652 (MSN 265-55, CT-39A) to DC NG as N4993H, then to AMARC as TG0087 Sept 10, 1985.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0653 (MSN 265-56, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0071 May 9, 1985.  To San Francisco
					Community College, CA Apr 27, 1990
				0654 (MSN 265-57, CT-39A) transferred to USMC as 610654.  To AMARC as TG0044
					Dec 5, 1984.  To Embry Riddle, Daytona Beach, FL Sep 18, 1990
				0655 (MSN 265-58, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0005 Dec 23, 1983.  To commercial
					market Feb 1, 1991.
				0656 (MSN 265-59, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0010 May 29, 1984.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0657 (MSN 265-60, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0023 Sep 12, 1984.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0658 (MSN 265-61, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0034 Oct 22, 1984.  To Frederick
					Community College, Frederick, MD Apr 4, 1990.
				0659 (MSN 265-62, CT-39A) to MASDC Sep 24, 1984 as TG0026.  To civilian market
					Feb 1, 1991 as N6581K.  Became XA-TNP of Jett Paquetaria SA of San
					Luis Potosi Nov 2003.  W/o Dec 30, 2006 when crashed on approach near
					Culiacan-Fedl de Bachigualato Airport in Mexico. Struck terrain at a sports
					field and crashed into some vacant buildings.  2 crewmembers killed.
				0660 (MSN 265-63, CT-39A) on display at Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan, California
				0661 (MSN 265-64, CT-39A) after being displayed at Pacific Northwest Air Fair,
					Paine Field, Everett, WA Jul 29, 1962, hydraulic problem was reported
					and aircraft ran off end of runway on landing hitting bank and killing
					two occupants.  Aircraft was not formally delivered to USAF at time of
					crash.  I have it DBR Feb 9, 1969 so it must have been repaired after the accident.
				0662 (MSN 265-65, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0032 Oct 18, 1984. To FBI, Washington
					DC Nov 12, 1989.
				0663 (MSN 265-66, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0067 Apr 1, 1985.  To Delgado
					Community College, New Orleans, LA Sep 21, 1989
				0664 (MSN 265-67) to AMARC as TG0063 Mar 21, 1985.  To Dual
					Vocational Institute, Tracy, CA Jun 8, 1990.  When vocational
					programs were dropped, it was offered to Castle Air Museum.
					It was dismantled and trucked to the museum's Restoration
					Hangar at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA Dec 5, 2007.  Now
					in restoration.
				0665 (MSN 265-68, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0028 Oct 15, 1984.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0666 (MSN 265-69, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0014 Jun 6, 1984.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0667 (MSN 265-70, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0088 Sep 10, 1995.  To Western
					International Aviation, Tucson, AZ as N7143N Mar 7, 1990.
					Now in Arlington, TX.
				0668 (MSN 265-71, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0051 Jan 17, 1985.  To Thief River
					Falls Technical Institute, MN Aug 9, 1989.  At Lake Superior College Aircraft
					Rescue and Fire Fighting Training Center in 2009, with no wings or empennage.
				0669 (MSN 265-72, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0075 May 28,1985.  To Metro Aviation
					Center, Oklahoma City, OK Aug 3, 1990.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 
					in use as ground instructional airframe at Will Rogers
					World AP, OK
				0670 (MSN 265-73, CT-39A) noted at Dodson Intl Parts Inc, Rantoul, KS Apr 2015.
				0671 (MSN 265-74, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0090 Sep 16, 1985.  To Keesler AFB, MS
					Aug 30,1998.  Currently serving as a fire training airframe 
					at Keesler AFB, MS.
				0672 (MSN 265-75) DBR at Kunsong, South Korea Mar 13, 1979
				0673 (MSN 265-76, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0038 Nov 19, 1984.  To civil registry
					as N43123U Feb 8, 1990.  Registration cancelled Feb 2, 1998
					upon export to Mexico.
				0674 (MSN 265-77, CT-39A) in March 1992 was preserved at Norton AFB,
					California.  Currently on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, Hill AFB, Utah
				0675 (MSN 265-78, CT-39A)
				0676 (MSN 265-79, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0049 Dec 26, 1984.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0677 (MSN 265-80, CT-39A) to Helena Vocational Technical Center,
					Helena AP, MT as N9166Y
				0678 (MSN 265-81, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0012 May 30, 1984.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0679 (MSN 265-82, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0069 Apr 22, 1985.
					To N6642X but NTU.  To Spokane Community College, WA as
					N6581E Jun 19, 1990.
				0680 (MSN 265-83, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0039 Nov 19, 1984.
					To N32010 with Central MO State University, Warrensburg, MO
					Mar 28, 1990.
				0681 (MSN 265-84, CT-39A) noted in Detroite Institute of Aeronautics at Detroit Willow Run
					Jun 16, 1988
				0682 (MSN 265-85, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0031 Oct 17, 1984.  To Dross Metals,
					Tucson, AZ Jan 4, 1990.
				0683 (MSN 265-86, CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0025 Sep 24, 1984.  
					Became N510TB, cancelled Aug 3, 2004.  To XB-GDW and later XA-GDW
				0684 (MSN 265-87, CT-39A)
				0685 (MSN 265-88, CT-39A) at US Army Aviation Museum, Ozark, Alabama
61-0686/0803		Bell HU-1B-BF Iroquois
				MSN 266/383.  Redesignated UH-1B-BF in 1962
				At least 14 to FMS
				0686 (MSN 266) on display at Chanute Air Museum, Rantoul, Illiois, marked as 60686
				0688 (MSN 268) to Royal Norwegian AF as 688.  To Sola as an instructional airframe.  Now on display at 
					Flyhistorisk Museum Sola, near Stavanger, Norway marked 688.
				0690 (MSN 270) to MASDC as XA0263 Mun 30, 1977.  To US registry as N2298E, then N12NE
				0692 (MSN 272) to MASDC as XA0091 Nov 21, 1975, to HF0113 Sep 5, 1979.
				0694 (MSN 274) to MASDC as XA0029 Aug 13, 1973, to HM0083 Sep 5, 1975.  To N3361F
				0695 (MSN 275) to MASDC as XA0225 Sep 20, 1976.  To Singapore AF
				0698 (MSN 278) to MASDC as XA0149 May 13, 1976.  To N70544
				0699 (MSN 279) to Royal Norwegian AF as 699.  Tail boom reported 2006 used
					in rebuild of UH-1B 64-13963.
				0700 (MSN 280) to MASDC as XA0226 Sep 20, 1976.  To Singapore AF
				0701 (MSN 281) to civil registry as N46968.  Sold to Dornier Aircraft Company as licence helicopter.
					Converted to Dornier UH-1D (MSN 8001) and to West German AF as 70+01.
				0703 (MSN 283) to MASDC as XA0092 Nov 23, 1975.  To Uruguayan AF
				0704 (MSN 284) to MASDC as XA0024 Aug 9, 1973, to HF0081 Sep 5, 1975.
				0709 (MSN 289) to MASDC as XA0215 Aug 19, 1976, to HF0135 Sep 5, 1979.
				0712 (MSN 292) to MASDC as XA0222 Sep 16, 1976.  To civil registry as N46928
				0713 (MSN 293) to MASDC as XA0070 Sep 2, 1975.  To Uruguayan AF as 062, w/o Oct 30, 1983
				0718 (MSN 298) to MASDC as XA0121 Jan 15, 1976.  To N88992
				0720 (MSN 300) to MN103MF with State of Maine Department of Conservation and cancelled May 5, 1994
				0724 (MSN 304) to MASDC as XA0201 Jul 12, 1976.  To N88987
				0725 (MSN 305) to MASDC as XA0110 Jan 7, 1976.  To South Korea
				0728 (MSN 308) to Honduras AF as FAH901 in 1976
				0729 (MSN 309) to MASDC as XA0047 Sep 21, 1973, to HF0098 Sep 5, 1979.
				0733 (MSN 313) to MASDC as XA0044 Sep 10, 1973.  To civil registry as N9050Q, then to EC-EKA. Crashed at 
					Ronda, Spain Jul 25, 1996.
				0735 (MSN 315) to MASDC as XA0190 Jun 18, 1975.  To South Korea
				0738 (MSN 318) to MASDC as XA0143 May 4, 1976.  To N331WN with State of Washington
				0739 (MSN 319) to MASDC as XA0095 Nov 25, 1975.  To N96261
				0740 (MSN 320) to MASDC as XA0155 May 14, 1976.  To N88983
				0741 (MSN 321) to MASDC as XA0069 Sep 2, 1975.  To N91525.
				0744 (MSN 324) to MASDC as XA0145 May 5, 1976.  To N98154.
				0747 (MSN 327) to civil registry as N3002F
				0748 (MSN 328) to civil registry as N31341 but NTU.
				0750 (MSN 330) to MASDC as XA0111 Jan 7, 1976.  To N45731.
				0752 (MSN 332) to MASDC as XA0153, to HF0121 Sep 5, 1979.
				0753 (MSN 333) to MASDC as XA0112 Jan 7, 1976.  To N98102
				0755 (MSN 335) to MASDC as XA0104 Dec 4, 1975
				0756 (MSN 336) to MASDC as XA0098 Nov 25, 1975.  To N96142
				0758 (MSN 338) to civil registry as N91307
				0760 (MSN 340) to US Navy as 610760
				0761 (MSN 341) to MASDC as XA0103 Dec 4,1975.  To civil registry as N91348
				0762 (MSN 342) to MASDC as XA0142 Apr 13, 1976.  Became N98126.  Registration cancelled Jul 12, 2006 as scrapped.
				0763 (MSN 343) to MASDC as XA0185 Jun 11, 1976.  To civil registry as N842M
				0765 (MSN 345) became N4991D, then EC-EKB.
				0767 (MSN 347) to MASDC as XA0166 May 19, 1976, to HF0123 Sep 5, 1979.  To civil registry as N87845
				0770 (MSN 350) to MASDC as XA0122 Jan 15, 1976.  To N88979
				0771 (MSN 351) to civil registry as N98049, then to EC-EOG, then back to N98049, then sold to Chile.
				0773 (MSN 353) to MASDC as XA0114 Jan 12, 1976, then to HF0115 Sep 5, 1979.
				0774 (MSN 354) to MASDC as XA0227 Sep 20,1976l  To Royal Singapore AF as 268.  Now displayed at Singapore
					Discovery Centre.
				0776 (MSN 356) to MASDC as XA0237 Oct 4, 1976.  To Singapore AF
				0778 (MSN 358) to MASDC as XA0113 Jan 7, 1976.  To civil registry as N89158
				0786 (MSN 366) to MASDC as XA0130 Jan 28, 1976.  To civil registry as N9846F
				0787 (MSN 367) to civil registry as N9993Q
				0788 (MSN 368) at Army Transportation Museum, Fort Eustis, VA Feb 2009.
				0791 (MSN 371) to civil registry as N68077
				0792 (MSN 372) at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL	
				0796 (MSN 376) to MASDC as XA0247 Mar 2, 1977.  To Singapore AF
				0800 (MSN 380) to MASDC as XA0037 Aug 17, 1973, to HF0091.	
				0802 (MSN 382) on display at Smyrna Airport, Tennessee in Sep 1997.  Noted on display in Apr 2002 with Tennessee 
					Army National Guard at Smyrna AP, Tennessee.
61-0804/0947		Northrop T-38A-40-NO Talon
				MSN N.5170/5313
				0807,0812,0817,0818,0820,0828,0836,0842,0845,
					0847,0848,0852,0857,0860,0864,0866,0875,0876,
					0878,0880,0886,0888,0891,0898,0904,0907,0911,
					0917,0923,0938,0947 converted to AT-38B.
					0814,0824,0859,0895,0926,0941 converted to GT-38A.
				0817,0828,0888,0898, 0923 converted to GAT-38B.
				0804 (MSN N.5170) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0072 Apr 5, 1991.  To Taiwan as AT-38B 3842 
					and displayed at the Chinese Air Force Museum, Gangshan (August 2009)
				0805 (MSN N.5171) w/o Sep 8, 1970 in midair with 64-13303.
				0806 (MSN N.5172) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0068 Mar 28, 1991.
					On display at American Legion Post 939, Bruston-Moira, New York
				0807 (MSN N.5173) to MASDC as TF0071 Mar 29, 1991.  Back to service
				0809 (MSN N.5175) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0088 May 30, 1991.
					Now at Frister Aviation and Space Museum, Amarillo, TX.  Noted recently at 
					English Field Air & Space Museum, Tradewind AP, Amarillo, TX.  Seen
					2009 at Mineral Wells, TX airport.
				0810 (MSN N.5176) to MASDC as TF0031 Nov 2, 1976.  Now on display at Edwards AFB, California
				0811 (MSN N.5177) w/o Jun 7, 1964 near Myrtle Beach AB, Florida.  Both crew killed.
				0812 (MSN N.5178) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0066  Mar 28, 1991
				0813 (MSN N.5179) to MASDC as TF0032 Jun 24, 1976.  To Taiwan
				0814 (MSN N5180) noted summer 2003 on display at Pratt County Historical Museum, Kansas
				0815 to Portugal
				0816 (MSN 5182) to AMARC as TF0149 Jul 30, 1992
				0817 on display in public area across from Tinker Air Park, Oklahoma.
				0818 (MSN N.5184) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0067 Mar 28, 1991.
				0819 (MSN N.5185) to MASDC Aug 12, 1976.  To Taiwan.  Returned
					to AMARC as TF0332 Aug 30, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0820 (MSN N.5186) converted to GAT-38B.  Noted Mar 2, 2004 on dump at Randolph AFB, TX
				0821 (MSN N.5187) w/o Feb 27, 1964, Texas?
				0822 (MSN N.5188) w/o May 26, 1981, Texas?
				0823 (MSN N.5189) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0119 Jul 7, 1991
				0824 (MSN N.5190) to MASDC Nov 2, 1976.  On indoor static display at Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah since Mar 1992.
				0825 (MSN N.5191) to US Navy as 610825.  To El Paso airport as N999NA.  The NASA markings are spurious.
				0826 (MSN N.5192) to AMARC as TF0177 Jun 17, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0827 (MSN N.5193) to AMARC as TF0221 Jul 28, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0828 on display at Owatonna, Minnesota airport painted as Thunderbird 3
				0829 on display at city of Gallup, New Mexico Oct 2007
				0830 (MSN N.5196) to MASDC as TF0039 Jul 18, 1976.  To Taiwan
				0831 (MSN N.5197) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0065 Mar 26, 1991
				0832 (MSN N.5198) to MASDC as TF0047 Nov 2, 1976.  To Taiwan
				0833 (MSN N.5199, 78th FTW) crashed during landing 5 mi SW of San Angelo, TX Apr 30, 1973. Both crew killed.
				0834 (MSN N.5200) to AMARC as TF0191 Jun 29, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0835 (MSN N.5201) to AMARC as TF0070 Mar 29, 1991.  Returned to service.
				0836 (MSN N.5202) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0086 May 24, 1991.
				0837 (MSN N.5203) to Portugal AF as 2608 and now on display at Ovar Military Museum, Portugal.
				0838 (MSN N.5204) to AMARC as TF0048 Aug 12, 1976.  In 2009 was on display at Randolph AFB Airpark, Texas.
				0839 (MSN N.5205) w/o Jul 2, 1962 Webb AFB, Texas.
				0840 to Portugal
				0841 to Taiwan
				0842 (MSN N.5208) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0089 May 30, 1991
				0843 (MSN N.5209) to Portugal as 2601.  Preserved at Museu do Air, Sintra Air Base, Portugal
				0845 (MSN N.5211) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0105 Aug 19, 1991
				0846 (MSN N.5212, 78th FTW, 83rd FTS) suffered birdstrike of takeoff and crashed 1 mi E of Fairview, TX 
					Jan 14, 1974. Instructor killed, student ejected safely.
				0847 (MSN N.5213) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0083 May 10, 1991
				0849 set time-to climb records.  To AMARC as TF0211 Jul 19, 1993.  Later to Taiwan.  To display at Edwards AFB, California.
				0850 (MSN N.5216) to MASDC as TF0049 Aug 12, 1976.  To Taiwan
				0851 (MSN N.5217) to US Navy as 610851.  Converted to QT-38A.  SOC Mar 31, 1981.
				0852 (MSN N.5218) converted to AT-38B.  To AMRC as TF0081 May 3, 1991.
					Returned to Service with 49th FW.
				0853 to Portugal
				0854 (MSN N.5220) to MASDC as TF0040 Jun 19, 1976.  On display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				0855 (MSN N.5221) to US Navy as 610855.  To AMARC as TF0153 May 24, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0856 (MSN N.5222) to MASDC as TF0033 Nov 2, 1976.  To Taiwan
				0857 (MSN N.5223) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0075 Apr 12, 1991
				0858 (MSN N.5224) to MASDC Nov 2, 1976.  On pedestal at Sheppard AFB, Texas.
				0859 converted to GAT-38B.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 as ground instructional airframe
					at Sheppard AFB, TX.
				0860 (MSN N.5226) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0098 
					Jul 19, 1991.  Returned to service with 49th FW.
				0861 (MSN N.5227) to AMARC as TF0304 Jul 13, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0862 (MSN N.5228) to MASDC as TF0041 Nov 2, 1976
				0863 (MSN N.5229) to AMARC as TF0093 Jul 3, 1991
				0864 (MSN N.5230) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0099 Jul 25, 1991
				0865 (MSN N.5231) to MASDC as TF0042 Nov 2, 1976
				0866 (MSN N.5232) converted to AT-38B.  To AMRC as TF0111 Aug 30, 1991.
					Returned to service with 49th FW.
				0867 (MSN N.5233) to Portugal
				0868 (MSN N.52340 to Portugal
				0869 (MSN N.5235) to MASDC as TF0050 Aug 12, 1976.  To Taiwan. 
				0870 (MSN N.5236) used at NASA Ames facility
				0871 (MSN N.5237) w/o May 7, 1965, Duluth, Minnesota
				0872 (MSN N.5238) to Portugal
				0873 (MSN N.5239) w/o Feb 12, 1964, Texas ?
				0875 (MSN N.5241) converted to AT-38B. To AMARC as TF0103 Aug 9, 1991.
					Returned to service with 49th FW.  Later converted to T-38C; noted as such with 479th FTG summer 2003
				0876 (MSN N.5242) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0110 Aug 30, 1991.
					Returned to service with 49th FW.
				0879 (MSN N.5245) to AMARC as TF0129 Jul 17, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0880 (MSN N.5246) to AMARC as TF0062 Mar 22, 1991.  Returned to service
				0881 (MSN N.5247) w/o Feb 3, 1971, Arizona
				0882 (MSN N.5248) converted to AT-38B.  To US Navy as 610882. To AMARC as TF0117 Jul 7, 1992. 
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0883 (MSN N.5249) to AMARC as TF0166 Jun 2, 1993
				0884 (MSN N.5250) w/o Jul 30, 1971, Arizona?
				0885 (MSN N.5251) w/o Jun 22, 1967, Arizona?
				0886 (MSN N.5252) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0085 May 17, 1991.
				0887 (MSN N.5253) to Taiwan
				0888 (MSN N.5254) on display at Minot AFB, North Dakota
				0889 (MSN N.5255) to US Navy as 610889.
				0890 (MSN N.5256)to Portugal
				0891 (MSN N.5257) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0102 Aug 2, 1991.
					Returned to service with 49th FW.  Attached to 90th FTS at Sheppard AFB.  Suffered bird strike in canopy,
					crew ejected with minor injuries, aircraft destroyed in crash S of Sheppard AFB, Wichita Falls, Texas
					Jul 19, 2013.
				0892 (MSN N.5258) to MASDC as TF0034 Jun 26, 1976.  To Taiwan
				0893 (MSN N.5259) to Taiwan
				0894 (MSN N.5260) to AMARC as TF0126 Jul 14, 1992.  To Torrance Aero 
					Museum, Fullerton, CA
				0895 (MSN N.5261) converted to GT-38A ground instructional airframe.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 at
					Sheppard AFB, TX
				0896 (MSN N.5262) to AMARC as TF0125 Jul 14, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0897 (MSN N.5263) to Portugal
				0900 (MSN N.5266) to AMARC as TF0135 Jul 20, 1992.  To Connecticut
					Air/Space Center, Stratford, CT
				0901 (MSN N.5267) w/o Dec 16, 1970, Arizona?
				0902 (MSN N.5268) to MASDC as TF0035 Jun 19, 1976.  On a pole at the Science Spectrum in Lubbock, Texas
				0903 (MSN N.5269) to Portugal
				0904 (MSN N.5270) to AT-38B.  To US Navy as 610904
				0905 (MSN N.5271) to Taiwan
				0906 (MSN N.5272) w/o Oct 7, 1968, Arizona
				0908 (MSN N.5274) to AMARC as TF0139 Jul 22, 1992.   Noted at Chino, CA Jan 2002.  
				0909 (MSN N.5275) to AMARC as TF0156 May 24, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0910 (MSN N.5276) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0118 Jul 7, 1992.  
				0911 (MSN N.5277) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0094 Jul 3, 1991.  Returned to
					service with 49th FW.
				0912 to NASA as N907NA
				0913 (MSN N.5279) to US Navy as 610913.  To AMARC as TF0278 Sep 29, 1994.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0914 (MSN N.5280) to MASDC as TF0043 Jul 18, 1976.  To Taiwan
				0915 to Portugal
				0916 (MSN N.5282) to MASDC as TF0044 Apr 29, 1976.  To Taiwan
				0917 (MSN N.5283) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0101 Aug 2, 1991.
				0918 (MSN N.5284) to US Navy as 610918.  To Taiwan.  To AMARC as TF0339 Sep 12, 2006.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0919 (MSN N.5285) to MASDC as TF0051 Nov 2, 1976.  To Taiwan
				0920 (MSN N.5286) to AMARC as Jun 28, 1993
				0921 (MSN N.5287) w/o Jul 26, 1971, Arizona ?
				0922 (MSN N.5288) w/o Feb 5, 1963, Arizona ?
				0923 (MSN N.5289) converted to GAT-38B.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 as ground instructional airframe
					at Sheppard AFB, TX.  TO AMARC as TF0189.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
					To Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				0924 (MSN N.5290) to AMARC as TF0202 Jul 13, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0925 (MSN N.5291) to AMARC as TF0185 Jun 24, 1993.  To Taiwan
				0926 (MSN N.5292) to MASDC Jul 18, 1976.  On display at American Legion Post 240, Salina, Oklahoma
				0927 (MSN N.5293) to AMARC as TF0167 Jun 3, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0928 (MSN N.5294) to MASDC as TF0045 Jul 19, 1976.  Front canopy shattered into pieces, right engine
					failed, and plane crashed in Devil's Canyon, Apr 18, 1967.  Both crew ejected safely.  The plane
					at MASDC with this number may actuall by 61-0926.
				0929 (MSN N.5295) to US Navy as 610929.  To AMARC as TF0140 Jul 22, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0930 (MSN N.5296) to AMARC as TF0168 Jun 3, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0933 (MSN N.5299) to AMARC as TF0138 Jul 22, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0934 (MSN N.5300) w/o Jan 12, 1966 in midair with 64-13291 over Arizona.
				0935 (MSN N.5301) to MASDC as TF0036 Jun 19, 1976.  to Taiwan
				0936 (MSN N.5302) to AMARC as TF0161 May 17, 1993.  To Taiwan.  To AMARC as TF0335 Sep 7, 2006. 
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0937 (MSN N.5303) to MASDC as TF0037 Jun 19, 1976.  To Taiwan.
				0939 (MSN N.5305) w/o Aug 13, 1963, Arizona?
				0940 (MSN N.5306) to AMARC as TF0060 Mar 20, 1991.  Returned to service
				0941 converted to GAT-38A.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 as ground instructional airframe
					at Sheppard AFB, TX.  Later to Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
'				0942 (MSN N.5308) to AMARC as TF0144 Jul 27, 1992
				0943 (MSN N.5309) w/o Jun 1, 1964, Arizona ?
				0944 (MSN N.5310) to AMARC as TF0217 Jul 23, 1993.  To Taiwan
				0945 (MSN N.5311) to Taiwan
				0946 (MSN N.5312) to Taiwan
				0947 (MSN N.5313) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0077 Apr 19, 1991
61-0948/0972		Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules
				0948 (MSN 282-3624) to Greek AF as 948.
				0949 (MSN 282-3625) to MASDC as CF0154.  To Tunisian AF as Z21113
				0950 (MSN 282-3626) to Romanian AF as 6150.   Reported Jan 2003 to be stored
				0951 (MSN 282-3628) to AMARC as CF0104.  Converted to C-130J
				0952 (MSN 282-2629) crashed Pleiku, SVN.  I have it as going to AMARC as CF0120 Jan 15, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0953 (MSN 282-3630, 29th TCS) crashed short of runway at Pleiku, South Vietnam Mar 29, 1966
				0954 (MSN 282-3633) to AMARC as CF0137 Oct 5, 1993.  Pulled from AMARC Jun 15, 1997 but sale fell
					through.  Has gone to Philippine AF as 0954.  Went to Ethiopian
					AF before going to Philippine AF.  Appears to have been reserialled
					3633, noted at Mactan AB, Cebu Mar 24, 2006.
				0955 (MSN 282-3634) crashed on landing at Ft. Campbell, KY Oct 25, 1966.
					Hull salvaged and used by Army for ground training of jumpers. Everything usable was taken to AMARC.
					I also have a report of this plane as crashing after overruning
					Cam Ranh Bay, AVN Oct 25, 1966, but this report seems to be incorrect.
				0956 (MSN 282-3635) to Colombian AF Apr 1992 as FAC 1012.  Withdrawn from use by Colombian AF July 2003
				0957 (MSN 282-3637) to Chilean AF as 993.
				0958 (MSN 282-3639) to AMARC as CF0109 May 21, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. Has donated center wing
					box to C-130 70-1263.
				0959 (MSN 282-3642) to AMARC as CF0093 Jan 23, 1991
				0960 (MSN 282-3643) to Turkish AF Dec 1991 as 10960
				0961 (MSN 282-3646) to Philippine AF as 961
				0962 (MSN 282-3647) converted to JC-130B then to C-130B.  Converted as NC-130B.  To
					AMARC as CF0135 Sep 27, 1993.  Pulled from AMARC Jul 26, 1999 for delivery to
					Bangladesh AF as 10962
				0963 (MSN 282-3648) converted to JC-130B then to C-130B.  to Turkey Mar 1991 as 10963
				0964 (MSN 282-3649) to AMARC as CF0111.  To Argentina AF as TC-59.  Reportedly withdrawn
					after an accident in 2002.
				0965 (MSN 282-3652) shot down NE of Detachment A-322, Katum Special Forces
					Camp, SVN, Jun 23, 1969.
				0966 (MSN 282-3653) to AMARC as CF0138 Oct 13, 1993.  To Romanian AF as 6166
				0967 (MSN 282-3654, 774th TAS) crashed Khe Sanh, SVN due to engine failure Apr 13, 1968
				0968 (MSN 282-3655) to Bolivian AF as TAM 68
				0969 (MSN 282-3656) to AMARC as CF0129 Jun 30, 1993.  To Argentina AF as TC-60
				0970 (MSN 282-3667, 774th TCS) crashed on landing An Loc, SVN Oct 9, 1966
				0971 (MSN 282-3668) to Uruguay AF as FAU 591.  To civil. registry as CX-BQW
				0972 (MSN 282-3669) shot down Pleiku, SVN Jan 6, 1966
61-0973/2050		Martin ASM-N-7 Bullpup missiles
				redesignated AGM-12 in 1962 
61-2051/2080		Convair B-58A-20-CF Hustler
				MSN 87/116
				2051 to MASDC 11/14/69 as BQ0005.  scrapped Jun 13, 1977
				2052 to MASDC 1/13/70 as BQ0070.  Scrapped Aug 8, 1977
				2053 to MASDC 1/6/70 as BQ0049.   Scrapped Jul 28, 1977
				2054 to MASDC 11/13/69 as BQ0004.  Scrapped Jul 9, 1977
				2055 to MASDC 12/22/69 as BQ0042.  Scrapped Jul 22, 1977
				2056 destroyed 4/18/69 near Danville, IL
					due to abandonment of aircraft
					following suspected system anomalies.
				2057 destroyed 9/14/62 near Butterville,
					IN due to structural breakdown
					caused by control system failure
					during normal flight.
				2058 to MASDC 11/21/69 as BQ0010.  Scrapped Jun 1, 1977
				2059 named "Can Do" flew 8028 mi from Tokyo to London in 8 1/2
					hours at average speed of 938 mpy Oct 16, 1963.
					On display at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Offut AFB, NE.
				2060 to MASDC 12/17/69.   Scrapped Aug 2, 1977
				2061 destroyed 6/14/67 near Darrozett, TX
					due to abandonment of aircraft
					in flight due to minor weather damage.
				2062 destroyed 4/18/68 at Bunker Hill
					AFB, IN due to loss of control
					due to mechanical failure 
					shortly after takeoff.
				2063 destroyed 8/26/63 near Bunker Hill
					AFB, IN during hard landing.
				2064 to MASDC 11/14/70 as BQ0075.  Scrapped Jul 5, 1977
				2065 destroyed 11/13/67 near Bunker Hill,
					AFB due to loss of control during
					initial climb after takeoff.
				2066 to MASDC 1/7/70 as BQ0053.  Scrapped Jun 13, 1977
				2067 to MASDC 1/9/70 as BQ0060.   Scrapped Jun 30, 1977
				2068 to MASDC 12/10/69 as BQ0018.  Scrapped Jun 9, 1977
				2069 to MASDC 12/9/69 as BQ0016.  Scrapped May 24, 1977
				2070 to MASDC 1/12/70 as BQ0065.  Scapped Aug 17, 1977
				2071 to MASDC 1/15/70 as BQ0079.  Scrapped Jul 19, 1977
				2072 to MASDC 12/12/69 as BQ0024.  Scrapped Jul 26, 1977
				2073 destroyed 4/3/69 near Rokeby, NE
					due to system failure during normal flight.
				2074 to MASDC 11/24/69 as BQ0011.  Scapped May 23, 1977
				2075 to MASDC 1/12/70 as BQ0066.  Scrapped Jul 15, 1977
				2076 to MASDC 1/13/70 as BQ0072.  Scrapped Jun 16, 1977
				2077 to MASDC 12/10/69 as BQ0019.  Scrapped Jul 26, 1977
				2078 to MASDC 1/16/70 as BQ0082.  Scrapped Aug 5, 1977
				2079 to MASDC 12/19/69 as BQ0039.   Scrapped May 25, 1977.
				2080 to MASDC 1/6/70 as BQ0050.  Now on static
					display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
61-2081/2083		Lockheed SC-130B-LM Hercules
				Purchased on USAF contract as addendum aircraft specifically for US Coast Guard.
				Redesignated HC-130G in 1962 and then HC-130B.
				2081 (MSN 282-3638) to USCG as 1346.  Later to USMC. 
				2082 (MSN 282-3641) to USCG as 1347.  Was surplus to USCG requirements and retained by USAF
				2083 (MSN 282-3650) to USCG as 1348.  Was surplus to USCG requirements and retained by USAF
61-2084/2117		Boeing LGM-30B Minuteman missiles
61-2118/2357		North American GAM-77 Hound Dog missiles
61-2358/2373		Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
				2358 (MSN 382-3609) with 127AG, Michigan ANG.  Has now been transfered to the 
					189AW/154th TRS, Little Rock, AK. Date of actual transfer is unknown.  Moved from
					Little Rock ANG to Little Rock active.  In 2012, left for Edwards AFB, California, where it will
					go on static display.  Was last active duty C-130E
				2359 (MSN 382-3651) was active and posessed by 146AW/115AS.  Transferred to
					AMARC Jun 2, 2004 as CF0209.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2360 (MSN 382-3659) to WC-130E.  To AMARC as CF0143 Dec 8, 1993.  Scrapped in 2001.  Fuselage seen at El Mirage, CA Oct 2007
				2361 (MSN 382-3662) converted to DC-130E, then to C-130E, then to GC-130E.
					Noted Mar 10, 2004 as ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX
`				2362 (MSN 382-3663) converted to DC-130E then to C-130E.  Later  a ground trainer at Little Rock AFB.  Put on display
					at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas
				2363 (MSN 382-3681)
				2364 (MSN 382-3687) to DC-130E then back to C-130E.  Was at 
					Sheppard AFB as GC-130E and moved to Goodfellow AFB, TX in 2006
					as ground trainer.
				2365 (MSN 382-3688) to WC-130E. To AMARC as CF0128 May 14, 1993.  To N131EV with Evergreen
					Helicopters, Inc of McMinnville, Oregon in 1999.  Currently
					N131EV, registration N307SA reserved Oct 7, 2005.
				2366 (MSN 382-3706, WC-130E) to AMARC as CF0146 Jan 12, 1994.
				2367 (MSN 382-3712) was to retire to Sheppard AFB May 2002, but got transferred to Boise ANG instead,
					Sent to Little Rock and still active.  Retired Aug 19, 2009 at Charlotte ANGB, North Carolina and put on static display
				2368 (MSN 382-3713)
				2369 (MSN 382-3714) to DC-130E then to C-130E.  Was retired and  served as a loadmaster ground trainer at 
					Dobbins AFB, GA.  Was trucked to Pope AFB, North Carolina and fuselage will be used as aeromedical 
					evacuation trainer.
				2370 (MSN 382-3715) with 127AG, Michigan ANG.  Seen at Little Rock AFB 2004 and now active there. In 2007
					was transferred from Little Rock to Pope AFB.  To ground training at Sheppard AFB.
				2371 (MSN 382-3716) retired to Sheppard AFB as GC-130E
				2372 (MSN 382-3717) was to retire in Jun 2002, but is currently on loan to 
					Rhode Island ANG.  Still owned by 146th AW Channel Islands 
					ANGB, CA.  Now permanently transferred to Little Rock AFB.  To ground trainer at Sheppard AFB.
				2373 (MSN 382-3720) crashed during training landing at Greenville, Mississippi Jun 8, 1988.  All 6 onboard killed.
					One prop blade is on display with a tribute to those killed at the Jacksonville Museum of Military History in Jacksonville, AR.
61-2374/2383		Boeing X-20A DynaSoar
				Cancelled contract
61-2384/2407		de Havilland Canada AC-1-DH Caribou
  				Redesignated CV-2A in 1962, and then C-7A when transferred to USAF in 1967.  
				2384 (MSN 39) delivered Jan 31, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to South Vietnam AF.  
					Escaped Apr 29 1975 to Utapao AB, Thailand.
				2385 (MSN 41) delivered Jan 31, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					No record of this aircraft being transferred to USAF
				2386 (MSN 42) delivered Jan 31, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Destroyed on ground during VC mortar attackat Vung Tau, South Vietnam Jun 13, 1966.
				2387 (MSN 43) delivered Feb 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  With 535 TAS, 483 TAW hit by VC ground fire 
					while on resupply mission and crash-landed in rice paddy near Binh Thuy, South Vietnam Dec 13, 1967.
					Crew escaped.
				2388 (MSN 45) delivered Feb 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					W/o Aug 1963.  Air America aircraft MSN 52 (B-853, cancelled Sep 7, 1968) was leased to the USAF as
					61-2388 Sep 3, 1968 to Jun 15, 1973.  Sold to Pacific Corporation Jun 15, 1973, sold to Couthern Sky, Inc
					Jun 27, 1973.  Used by CIA in Iran, project IBEX.  Flown by Imperial Iranian AF as 553.  WFU Jan 1979
					and transferred to Tehran Aerospace Exhibition Center at Mehrabad Airport, Tehran.  Repainted in 2008
					as "EP-RAJ"
				2389 (MSN 46) delivered Feb 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 389 Apr 1964 for use 
					in Laos.  Returned to USAF Jun 1974.  Assigned to New Jersey ANG.  To civil registry
					as N6154T Dec 4, 1992 to National Naval Aviation Museum.  Front fuselage seen in 2008 on trailer 
					display at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL.  Scrapped 2008
				2390 (MSN 47) delivered Mar 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 as T.9-27 Sep 1982, 
					code 371-07.  Derelict at Jerec de la Frontera Jul 1994, later scrapped.
				2391 (MSN 49) delivered Mar 26, 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 as T.9-18 Oct 1981, 
					code 353-18 and later recoded 371-04, replacing T.9-24.  Stored at Villanubla, Spain.
					To US civil registry as N54NC to Pen Turbo Aviation Nov 21, 1994, expired Mar 31, 2013.
					Stored at Cape May, New Jersey.
				2392 (MSN 50)  delivered to US Army May 1962 at de Havilland of Canada factory at Downsview Air Base, Toronto 
					as a AC-1A, first assigned to 1st Aviation Company (Fixed-Wing Tactical Transport) Ft Benning, GA. 
					On Jun 1, 1962, the Company deployed this new AC-1A Caribou to Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand, 
					arriving Jun 21, 1962. By Dec 31, 1962 had moved to Vung Tau, Vietnam.  May 27, 1964 loaned from US Army to 
					Air America until Dec 31, 1966, then to the USAF, used in Laos by Air America as 392.  Returned to USAF Jun 1974, 
					assigned to Missouri National Guard as 0-12392.  Dec 4, 1992 registered to National Museum of Naval Aviation as N6154S. 
					Registration N6154S cancelled/deregistered Feb 20, 2004 as 'destroyed'.
				2393 (MSN 51) delivered Apr 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA
					Leased to Air America as 393 Jun 29, 1964 for use in Laos.  Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation
					Red Leaf.  Crashed on landing at Strip LS-14 at Pha Khao 
					Feb 4, 1972.  One crewmember was killed, the other 3 crew were injured and also all 34 passengers
				2394 (MSN 53) delivered Apr 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 as T.9-25 Jun 1982, code 371-05. 
					Preserved at Museo del Aire, Madrid.
				2395 (MSN 54) delivered Apr 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer Jul 16, 1972 to South Vietnam AF 
				2396 (MSN 55) delivered May 31, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 61st Aviation Company.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  Returned to Army Oct 1980.  Assinged to support
					Kwajalein Missile Range Jun 1982 to Oct 19867.  Sold Oct 1986 to Darryl Greenamyer as N9011R.  Supposedly 
					operated with Chieftain Air, reputedly a covert operation run out of Africa in the late 1980s.  Cancelled 
					from registry Sep 2, 1993 on export to Mozambique.  Noted derelict at Komatipoort, SA Jun 1996.
				2397 (MSN 57) delivered May 1962 to US Army, assigned to 57th Aviation Company, Fort Still, Oklahoma.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer in 1972 to South Vietnam AF
				2398 (MSN 58) delivered May 1962 to US Army, assigned to Special Forces Aviation Unit, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to Spanish AF Sep 1982 as T.9-25, 
					code 371-08.  To US civil registry as N888NC Feb 1988 to NewCal Aviation.  Tested Apr 1993 as a water bomber
					at Malta.  Registered to Pen Turbo Aviation Nov 9, 1944, expired Mar 31, 2013.  Stored at Cape May, New Jersey.
				2399 (MSN 59) delivered Jun 1962 to US Army, assigned to 57th Aviation Company.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  With 483rd TAW destroyed on ground in rocket 
					attack at Vung Tao, Vietnam Apr 16, 1968
				2400 (MSN 61) delivered Jun 1962 to US Army.  Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  
					MAP transfer to Spanish AF as T.9-19 in Oct 1981, code 353-19 and later code 371-05 and
					later code 37-13.  To US civil registry as N55N to Pen Turbon Aviation Oct 6, 1994.  expired Dec 31, 2012.
					Stored at Cape May, NJ
				2401 (MSN 63) delivered Jun 19672 to US Army, assigned to 61st Aviation Company, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
					Leased to Air America as 401 Jun 29, 1964.  Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF under Operation Red Leaf, lease
					to Air America transferred to USAF.  Shot down on a drop mission at Saravane (L-44) in Laos 
					Nov 23, 1972.  All 4 onboard killed.
				2402 (MSN 64) delivered Jul 1962 to US Army, assigned to 57th Aviation Company, Fort Still, Oklahoma.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.   MAP transfer to South Vietnam AF
				2403 (MSN 66) delivered Jul 1962 to US Army, assigned to Transportation School, Fort Eustis, Virginia.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  W/o Oct 9, 1967 when struck a culvert durign
					emergency landing at Qiang Tri Lavang, Vietnam 
				2404 (MSN 67) delivered Aug 14, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 61st Aviation Company, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  Leased to Air America as 404 Apr 1, 1964.  Returned 
					to US Army Jun 1964.  To USAF Jan 1967 under Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to South Vietnam AF
				2405 (MSN 60) deliveed Sep 6, 1962 to US Army.  Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF under Operation Red Lead.
					Crashed into a hill in poor weather at An Khe, South Vietnam Oct 28, 1966. 1 killed, 
					2 other crew survived.
				2406 (MSN 68) delivered Aug 24, 1962 to US Army.  Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF under Operation Red Leaf.
					With 37 TAS, 483 TAW hit by ground fire and crashed near Dak Seang, 
					South Vietnam Apr 2, 1970.  3 crew KIA.
				2407 (MSN 69) Delivered Sep 7, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 57th Aviation Company, Fort Still, Oklahoma.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF under Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer 1972 to South Vietnam AF.
61-2408/2425		Boeing-Vertol HC-1B-BV Chinook
				MSN B-12/B-29.  Vertol Division, Boeing Airplane Co. Model 114.  Redesignated CH-47A in 1962.
				2408 (MSN B-12). Accepted by the US Army Dec 19, 1962. SOC Apr 11, 1975
					To the California Army National Guard Aviation Museum at San Luis Obispo, CA
					To the Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum, Fort Campbell, KY. [aka - Don F. Pratt Museum-101st Airborne 
					Division (Air Assault)].  To be included in the Wings of Liberty Museum, Fort Campbell, KY
				2409 (MSN B-13) accepted by the US Army Jan 9, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0022 Dec 2, 1978.  To manufacturer 
					Apr 15, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00261.
				2410 (MSN B-14) to MASDC as XM0010 Jul 17, 1978.  To manufacturer Jul 18, 1991 and rebuilt as 
					CH-47D and reserialed 91-00265.
				2411 (MSN B-15) accepted by US Army Feb 14, 1963.  Crashed Jan 29, 1964 Fort Rucker, AL
				2412 (MSN B-16) accepted by the US Army Feb 15, 1963.  Redesignated GCH-47A as GIA.  To MASDC as XM0030 May 6, 1988.  Returned to
					manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00301
				2413 (MSN B-17) accepted by the US Army Mar 28, 1963.  Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort 
					Eustis, VA.   Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00299.
				2414 (MSN B-18) accepted by the US Army Apr 25, 1963.  old to RAF
				2415 (MSN B-19) accepted by the US Army Apr 30, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0002 Jun 17, 1975.   Returned 
					to manufacturer Jul 12, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00266
				2416 (MSN B-20) accepted by the US Army Apr 29, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0014 Oct 26, 1978.  Returned to 
					manufacturer Apr 1, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00260
				2417 (MSN B-21) accepted by the US Army May 31, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0008 Jun 30, 1978.  Returned to 
					manufacturer Aug 5, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00267
				2418 (MSN B-22) Accepted by the US Army May 31, 1963. SOC Dec 15, 1973.  
					To NASA Langley Research Center Impact Dynamics Research Facility, VA. 
					Used in a CH-47 Crash Test (T-40) Structural, Cargo Restraint, and Aircrew Inflatable Restraint 
					Experiments. Tested to destruction Aug 4, 1976.
				2419 (MSN B-23) accepted by the US Army May 31, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0007 Jun 29, 1978.  Back to 
					manufacturer Aug 5, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00268
				2420 (MSN B-24) accepted by the US Army Jun 27, 1963.  To MASDC as Dec 1, 1978 as XM0020.  Returned to 
					manufacturer Jun 6, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00264.
				2421 (MSN B-25) accepted by the US Army Jun 29, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0003 Jun 19, 1975.  Returned to 
					manufacturer Sep 16, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00269
				2422 (MSN B-26) accepted by the US Army Jun 29, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0023 Dec 15, 1978.  Returned to 
					Boeing Sep 16, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00074
				2423 (MSN B-27) accepted by the US Army Jun 30, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0004 Jun 19, 1975.  Returned to 
					manufacturer Sep 22, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00270.
				2424 (MSN B-28) accepted by the US Army Jul 30, 1963.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00070.
				2425 (MSN B-29) accepted by US Army Jul 31, 1963.  With US Army Aviation School) on takeoff the aft blades 
					went to full pitch and crashed at Ft. Rucker, AL Apr 15, 1969.  All onboard killed.
61-2426/2430		Beech L-23F-DH Seminole 
				MSN LF.25/LF.29.  Redesignated U-8F in 1962
				2427 (MSN LF.26) to civil registry as N242S, then N342DJ.  Sold to owner in 
					South Korea April 2003.
				2428 to civil registry as N5080H
61-2431/2487		Douglas GAM-87 Skybolt
				Air-launched ballistic missile. Redesignated AGM-48 in 1962.  Program cancelled Dec 22, 1962
61-2488/2493		Lockheed VC-140B-LM Jetstar
				Model 1329 Jetstar 6.  All redesignated C-140B.  Delivered to 1254th Air Transport Wing, Andrews AFB, Maryland
				2488 (MSN 1329-5017) to MASDC as CL0001.  Seen on display at Warner Robins AFB Museum, Georgia Dec 1995.
				2489 (MSN 1329-5022) to AMARC as CL0006 Jul 9, 1987.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				2490 (MSN 1329-5024) to AMARC as CL0004 Apr 22, 1987, to AMARC as CL0009 Apr 9, 1998.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  In 2010 on display at LBJ Ranch NHS in 89th MAW markings.
				2491 (MSN 1329-5027) 
				2492 (MSN 1329-5031) on display at WPAFB Museum
				2493 (MSN 1329-5034) to MASDC as CL0003 Feb 13, 1984.  Disposed of in 2001.
61-2494/2508		Cessna T-37B
				2494 (MSN 40698) to AMARC as TE0292 Sep 9, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2495 (MSN 40699) lost to catastrophic engine failure and fire at Vance AFB Jul 10, 1989.
					Both crew ejected safely.  Not sure if this was a MAP plane.
				2496 (MSN 40700)
				2497 (MSN 40701) with 71st FTW crashed near Enid, OK Sep 22, 1982.
				2498 (MSN 40702) to AMARC as TE0282 Jul 29, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2499 (MSN 40703) to AMARC as TE0338 Oct 17, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2500 (MSN 40704)
				2501 (MSN 40705) to AMARC as TE0370 Mar 29, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2502 (MSN 40706) to AMARC as TE0279 Jul 15, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2503 (MSN 40707) to AMARC as TE0273 May 20, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2504 (MSN 40708) to AMARC as TE0328 Aug 29, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2505 (MSN 40709) seen at Cleveland airshow with 8th FTS/71st FTW. To AMARC as
					TE0266 Mar 24,2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2506 (MSN 40710)
				2507 (MSN 40711) to AMARC as TE0105 Sep 26, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2508 (MSN 40712) to AMARC as TE0280 Jul 22, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
61-2509/2590		Convair SM-65 Atlas 
				Redesignated CGM-16 in 1962.
				2509/2519 were CGM-16D, 2520/2522 were
				CGM-16E, 2523/2590 were HGM-16F
				2509 was 141-D
				2510 was 142-D
				2554 (68F) in storage at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH
61-2591/2600		de Havilland Canada AC-1-DH Caribou
				Redesignated CV-2A in 1962, and then C-7A when transferred to USAF.
				2595,2597,2598 sold to South Vietnam
				2592,2594 sold to Spain
				2591 (MSN 62) delivered Jun 1962 to US Army.  Assigned to 57th Aviation Company, Fort Still, Oklahoma.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF under Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer 1972 to South Vietnam AF
				2592 (MSN 70) delivered Sep 28, 1962 to US Army.  Assigned to Transportation School, Fort Eustis, Virginia
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF under Operation Red Leaf  MAP transfer to Spanish AF Sep 1982 as T.9-29, 
					code 371-09.  Was preserved at Cuatro Vientos by 1996, but not there in 2000.  Stored at Quatro Vientos
					last noted 2013
				2593 (MSN 71) delivered Sep 21, 1962, assigned to 61st Aviation Company, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
					Crashed into a rice paddy at Tan Hiep, South Vietnam May 5, 1964.
				2594 (MSN 72) delivered Sep 27, 1962 to US Army.  Assigned to Transportation School, Fort Eustis, Virginia
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF under Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to Spanish AF as T.9-22, code 353-22, 
					later code 371-09, later code 37-15.  To US civil registry as N57NC.  Registered to Pen Turbo Aviation Oct 28,
					1994, expired Dec 31, 2012.  Stored at Cape May, New Jersey	
				2595 (MSN 65) delivered Sep 28, 1962 to US Army.  Assigned to Transportation School, Fort Eustis, Virginia
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF under Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to South Vietnam AF.  Escaped to
					Thailand and returned to USAF.
				2596 (MSN 73) delivered Oct 1962 to US Army.  Assigned to Transportation School, Fort Eustis, Virginia
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF under Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to South Vietnam AF.
				2597 (MSN 75) delivered Oct 1962 to US Army, assigned to 61st Aviation Company, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
					Loaned Dec 26, 1962 under US Arms Assistance Program to Indian AF as BM768.  Arrived Jan 8, 1963
					at Palam, New Delhi, India and assigned to 33 Squadron.  Fate not known.  
				2598 (MSN 76) delivered Oct 1962 to US Army, assigned to 61st Aviation Company, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF under Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer 1972 to South Vietnam AF.
				2599 (MSN 77) delivered Oct 1962 to US Army, assigned to 6y1st Aviation Company, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
					Loaned Dec 26, 1962 under US Arms Assistance Program to Indian AF as BM769.   Arrived Jan 8, 1963 at
					Palam, New Delhi, India.  Assigned to 33 Squadron.  Crashed Jul 30, 1985 during landing at Walong ALG.
					Later shipped by road to Shillong and resides outside the Eastern Air Command HQ in their musuem.
				2600 (MSN 78) delivered Nov 1962 to US Army.  Used
					in Europe by 507th Army Security Agency Group's Special Projects
					Detachment at 4th AAF, West Germany on a secret intelligence-
					gathering project known as "Sure Thing"  Transferred to USAF
					charge Dec 31, 1966 but whilst nominally then transferred to 
					7101st ABW at Wiesbaden AB and from Feb 1969 to 7406th Support
					Squadron at Rhein-MainAB, continued its secretive activities
					on behalf of the Army until Aug 1970 when returned to USA. Sold Oct 1986 to Darryl Greenamyher as
					N9012J.  Supposedly operated with Chieftain Air, reputedly a covert operation 
					run out of Africa in the late 1980s.   N9012J cancelled Jan 31, 1990.  
					Sold to Inter-Ocean Airways as C9-ATV Dec 5, 1990.
61-2601/2633		Lockheed F-104G Starfighter
				MAP for Greece, Turkey and Norway
				MSN 683C-4001/4033
				2601 to Greece
				2602 to 4450th CCTW of USAF, later to Turkish AF.  Crashed
					Mar 8, 1977 near Sivrihisar, Eskisehir, Turkey.  Pilot killed.
				2604 to Taiwan as 4359
				2605 to 4450th CCTW of USAF, later to Turkish AF.
				2607 to Taiwan as 4360
				2608 to Taiwan as 4361.
				2609 to Greece
				2610/2623 to Turkey.  
					2610 crshed Jul 22, 1981 near Guvenkoy, Bolu, Turkey. Pilot killed.
					2619 to Turkish AF; noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul
					2621 crashed Apr 14, 1978 near Akinci (Murted) AB, Ankara, Turkey.
						Pilot ejected safely.
				2624 for Greece 
				2625 (MSN 683C-4025) to Royal Norwegian AF Oct 1963 as 12625, later 625.  Crashed 2.7 km E of Setsa, 
					Saltdal 9/18/1974, 331 Sqdn.  Pilot ejected but was killed.
				2626 (MSN 683C-4026) to Royal Norwegian AF Aug 1963 as 12626, later 626.  To USAF Jun 1981 for transfer to
					Turkish AF as 9-626 Jul 1981.
				2627 (MSN 683C-4027) to Royal Norwegian AF Aug 1963 as 12627.  Crashed 7/21/1971 Ovre 
					Tolladel, Belam, 331 Sqdn.  Pilot ejected safely
				2628 (MSN 683C-4028) to Royal Norwegian AF Aug 1963 as 12628.  Crashed into Skotstind mountain at Nordskott,
					Steigen, Feb 10, 1971, 331 Sqdn.  Pilot killed
				2629 (MSN 683C-4029) to Royal Norwegian AF Aug 1963 as 12629 later 629.  Returned to USAF 6/1981 for transfer to
					Turkish AF 7/1981.
				2630 (MSN 683C-4030) to Royal Norwegian AF Aug 1963 as 12630, later 630.  Returned to USAF 7/1981 for transfer
					to Turkish AF 7/1981.
				2631 (MSN 683C-4031) to Royal Norwegian AF Aug 1963 as 12631, later 631.  Returned to USAF 7/1981 for transfer
					to Turkish AF 7/1981 as 9-631.
				2632 (MSN 683C-4032) to Royal Norwegian AF Aug 1963 as 12632, later 632.  Crashed Dec 18, 1980 near 
					Vagan, Skjaerstadfjorden 24 km E of Bodo, 331 Sqdn.  Pilot ejected safely
				2633 (MSN 683C-4033) to Royal Norwegian AF Aug 1963 as 12633, later 633.  Returned to USAF Jun 1981 for transfer
					to Turkish AF Jul 1981.
				Some references have 2624/2633 being RF-104Gs, which appears to be incorrect.
61-2634/2649		Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules
				MSN 3670/3679,3682/3683,3689/3692
				2646 and 2648 to Pakistan
				2634 (MSN 282-3670) to Turkey May 1991 as 12634.
				2635 (MSN 282-3671) to AMARC as CF0147 Feb 8, 1994.  To Ethiopian AF as 1562
				2636 (MSN 282-3672) believed to have been used by Air America as 636.  Named "City of Charlotte" with 
					156th TAS North Caolina NAG Jun 1991.  To AMARC as CF0148 Mar 22, 1994.  To Ethiopian AF as 1563
				2637 (MSN 282-3673) damaged by wheel well fire Loc Ninh, SVN Apr 29, 1969
				2638 (MSN 282-3674) to AMARC as CF0170 Dec 6, 1994.  Pulled from AMARC Jun 10, 1997 for sale to
					Ethopia, but sale fell through.  Has gone to Philippine AF as 2638.
				2639 (MSN 282-3675) to Colombian AF in Dec 1992 as FAC 1008
				2640 (MSN 282-3676) to AMARC as CF0160 Sep 15, 1994.  Pulled from AMARC Sept 2, 1999 for delivery
					to Bangladesh AF as S3-AGD
				2641 (MSN 282-3677) crashed in Norway Mar 20, 1966.  7 killed.
				2642 (MSN 282-3678) DBR in rocket attack SVN Feb 21, 1971
				2643 (MSN 282-3679) to AMARC as CF0127 May 13, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2644 (MSN 282-3682, 772nd TAS) crashed Tonle Cham, SVN after STOL takeoff Nov 28, 1968
				2645 (MSN 282-3683) to AMARC as CF0116 then to Ecuador AF as FAE 897.  As FAE 897 on display at Museo
					Aeronautico de la Fuerza Aerea Ecuatoriana, Quito, Ecuador.
				2646 (MSN 282-3689) to Pakistan AF
				2647 (MSN 282-3690) to Chilean AF as 998
				2648 (MSN 282-3691) to Pakistan AF.  W/o Aug 1965.
				2649 (MSN 282-3692, 773rd TAS) crashed into mountain after taking
					off from Phu Bai, SVN Oct 12, 1967.  All 23 onboard killed.
61-2650/2661		Douglas PGM-17 Thor missiles
				2650 (vehicle number 339) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch CORONA from
					Vandenberg AFB Jun 22, 1962.  Success
				2651 (vehicle number 340) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jun 28, 1962.
				2652 (vehicle number 206) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Alouette 1 from
					Vandenberg AFB Sep 29, 1962.  Success
				2653 (vehicle number 342) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch CORONA from
					Vandenberg AFB Jul 21, 1962.  Success
				2654 (vehicle number 343) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Program 102 from
					Vandenberg AFB Jun 18, 1962.  Success
				2655 (vehicle number 344) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Aug 1, 1962.
				2656 (vehicle number 345) used as first stage of Thor Delta A #13 to launch Explorer 14 EPE-B
					Oct 2, 1962.  Success
				2657 (vehicle number 346) used as first stage of Thor Delta A #14 to launch Explorer 15 EPE-C
					Oct 27, 1962.  Success
				2658 (vehicle number 347) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch CORONA from
					Vandenberg AFB Jul 28,1962.  Success
				2659 (vehicle number 348) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch CORONA from
					Vandenberg AFB Sep 1, 1962.  Success
				2660 (vehicle number 349) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Aug 28, 1962.
				2661 (vehicle number 350) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch CORONA from
					Vandenberg AFB Sep 17, 1962.  Success
61-2662/2674		Boeing C-135B-BN Stratolifter 
				Three WC-135Bs (2668,2669,2671) converted to C-135C.
				2662 (MSN 18292) converted to NC-135B.  Converted in Nov 1983 to RC-135S 'Cobra Ball' ballistic missile
					intelligence aircraft.  Now designated "Cobra Ball 1". With 55th WG at Offutt AFB, in 2010.
				2663 (MSN 18333) converted to VC-135B.  Later converted to RC-135S 'Cobra Ball' ballistic missile
					intelligence aircraft and used Nov 2, 1983 to 1988. Now designated Cobra Ball 1.  
					To 45th RS, 55th RG at Offutt AFB
				2664 (MSN 18340) converted in 1970 to RC-135S "Project Cobra Ball" ballistic missile intelligence aircraft.
					Struck embankment at end of runway at Shemya AFB, AK during landing in severe weather Mar 15, 1981.  
					6 of 24 onboard killed. (ASN)
				2665 (MSN 18341) converted to WC-135B weather aircraft. Named "Star Cluster" with 55th WRS Oct 1992. 
					To AMARC as CA0107 Sep 11, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2666 (MSN 18342) converted to WC-135B weather aircraft.  Later converted to
					WC-135W.  Now NC-135W assigned to Det 2 with L3 Comm to support flight testing for
					RC-135 fleet.  In 2007 was test flying the Northrop-Grumman
					LN-120G stellar-inertia tracking navigation system.
				2667 (MSN 18343) converted to WC-135B weather aircraft.  Later to WC-135W.  
					Mission title is "Constant Phoenix", which is air sampling
					following nuclear tests and similar requirements.
				2668 (MSN 18344) converted to WC-135B weather aircraft.  To MASDC as CA0002 Jul 21, 1972.  Returned to service
					Nov 1, 1972 and later converted to C-135C executive aircraft.
				2669 (MSN 18345) converted to WC-135B.  To MASDC as CA0003 Jul 21, 1972, but returned to service
					Nov 8, 1972.  Later used as 'Speckled Trout' research aircraft and
					redesignated C-135C.  Named after Faye Trout, the civilian program monitor at the Lab, 1975-2006.   
					Also the personal transport of the USAF Chief of Staff.  Assigned to 412th Flight Test Squadron 
					(412 FLTS), Air Force Material Command (AFMC) at Edwards AFB, California.
 					Still at Edwards AFB.  Scheduled to be replaced in Mar 2003
					by 57-2589.  Made last flight Jan 13, 2006. Officially retired
					Feb 10, 2006.   Still there Oct 2006 as "Speckled Trout".
					Now with the Edwards AFB Museum, California.
				2670 (MSN 18346) converted to WC-135B weather aircraft.  As WC-135B named "Orient Express" with 55th WRS
					in May 1992.  Converted to OC-135B Open Skies platform, later redesignated OC-135W
				2671 (MSN 18347) converted to WC-135B weather aircraft.  Crashed on runway at Yokota AB in 1970 due
					to jamming of elevator trim motor.  Aircraft was repaired.  Later converted to C-135C 
					executive transport.  Now at Tinker AFB Air Park, Oklahoma.
				2672 (MSN 18348) converted to WC-135B weather aircraft.  Later to OC-135B Open Skies platform.  
					Later redesignated OC-135W
				2673 (MSN 18349) converted to WC-135B weather aircraft.  Named "River City Rambler" with 55th WRS in 1993.
					Converted to C-135C executive transport.  To AMARC as CA0090 Sept 28, 1993.  Scrapped Feb 2013.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2674 (MSN 18350) converted to WC-135B weather aircraft.  Later converted to OC-135B Open
					Skies platform.  To AMARC as CA0115 Aug 21, 1997.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
61-2675/2728		Grumman AO-1C Mohawk
				For US Army.  Build nos 18C/71C.  Designation changed to OV-1C in 1962.
				2675 crashed in Laos Jul 14, 1966
				2676 scrapped Avcrad, MS Feb 1989
				2677 to MASDC as YA0012 Jun 6, 1972.  Scrapped Tucson, AZ Dec 6, 1999
				2678 crashed at Ft Rucker, AL Aug 27, 1963.
				2679 (MSN 22C) crashed 20 mi NW from Dak To, South Vietnam Oct 3, 1969. Both crew MIA.
				2680 crashed at Ft Rucker, AL Mar 15, 1966.
				2681 to MASDC as YA0070 Oct 5, 1973.  Scrapped at Avcrad, MS
				2682 crashed Phu Bai, Vietnam Feb 19, 1967.
				2683 scrapped Avarad, MS
				2684 crashed at Ft. Eustis, VA Feb 9, 1966.
				2685 to MASDC as YA0016 Jun 27, 1972.  Scrapped at Tucson, AZ Dec 6, 1999.
				2686 crashed Winger, GA Jul 13, 1985
				2687 (MSN 30C, 73rd AC) crashed Vinh Binh, Vietnam Jun 9, 1965.  1 MIA, 1 POW.
				2688 crashed Thau Thien, Vietnam Apr 24, 1968.  2 crew POW.
				2689 to MASDC as YA0098 Jul 19, 1983.  At Ropkey Armor Museum, Indianapolis, IN.  Seen there Mar 11, 2004 but
					wearing N90788, which properly belongs to 63-13119.
				2690 (73rd Aviatin Copmany, 210th Combat Aviation Vattalion, 12th Aviation Group) hit by ground fire
					20 mi SE of Tra Vinh, South Vietnam and crashed Nov 15, 1969.  Two crew POW.
				2691 crashed Tuyen Duc, Vietnam Oct 14, 1969
				2692 Acquired in 2000 By Carl B. Vernon of Lago Vista Texas. FAA Certified it Airworthy on August 20, 2001. 
					FAA Issued Registration Number N692VV on October 12, 2010. Used for exhibition.
				2693 crashed Ft Bragg, NC May 24, 1972.
				2694 scrapped at Avcrad, MS
				2695 to MASDC as YA0101 Sep 28, 1983.  Used as range target Holloman AFB, NM
				2696 scrapped at Avcrad, MS
				2697 to MASDC as YA0090 Jul 31, 1978.  Scrapped at Tucson, AZ Dec 6, 1999
				2698 crashed Feb 12, 1978
				2699 to US Customs as N6740.  Acquired on Unknown Date From U.S. Customs Service By Hiller Aviation Museum, San Carlos, 
					California. Registration N6740 cancelled in 1972 and reassigned to a Monocoupe 70 in 2000.
				2700 on static display at Dobbins AFB, GA
				2701 crashed Cedar Springs, GA Feb 12, 1964
				2702 crashed Vietnam Mar 9, 1963.
				2703 crashed Kien Giang, Vietnam Sep 10, 1969.
				2704 crashed Pleiku, Vietnam Jan 10, 1963.
				2705 crashed in Vietnam Jan 9, 1966
				2706 crashed in Vietnam Sep 5, 1963.
				2707 (23rd Special Warfare Aviation Detachment) hit by ground fire and crashed Thau Duc, Vietnam Aug 26, 1963.
					Both crew KIA.
				2708 (245th Aviation Company, 212th Combat Aviation Battalion 16th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) hit by ground
					fire and crashed NE of Kamh Duc, Long An Province, South Vietnam Jun 8, 1968.  Both crew ejected and were 
					rescued by USAF HH-3E helicopter.
				2709 (244th Aviation Company 307th Combat Aviation Battalion 164th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) hit by bround
					fire and crashed Kien Phong, Vietnam Feb 28, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
				2710 to MASDC as YA0099 Jul 19, 1983.  To Duluth Tech College, MN.  Was reported in 2003 as being
					at Lake Superior College Aircraft Rescue and Fire fighting Training Center.  
				2711 to MASDC as YA0041 Oct 29, 1972.  Scrapped at Avacrad, MS
				2712 (MSN 55C) destroyed in collision with Air America C-45G N9521Z (ex 51-11542) while it landing at 
					Vunt Tau, SVN Jul 26, 1969.
				2713 crashed Malone, FL Apr 14, 1966
				2714 to MASDC as YA0081 Apr 6, 1978.  Scrapped at Tucson, AZ Dec 6, 1999
				2715 crashed Gia Bay Mtn, Vietnam Jun 2, 1967
				2716 crashed in Vietnam Nov 22, 1968
				2717 to MASDC as YA0021 Jul 27, 1972.  Scrapped Tucson, AZ Dec 6, 1999
				2718 modified as Grumman G-452 JOV-1C for Project Seamore with SLAR and IR.
					To MASDC as YA0059 Jun 11, 1973.  On display at Anoka, MN.  Noted in compound at Anoka County-Blaine AP, MN in Aug 2001.
				2719 to MASDC as YA0003 Jun 28, 1971.  To Grumman.  Crashed Shanako, OR Jan 26, 1979
				2720 to MASDC as YA0071 Oct 9, 1973.  To Grumman.  Crashed Nov 9, 1979.
				2721 to MASDC as YA0101 Sep 28, 1983.  Used as range target Holloman AFB, NM
				2722 crashed in Vietnam Aug 29, 1968
				2723 crashed Ft. Stewart, GA Apr 22, 1964.
				2724 to MASDC as YA0019 Jun 30, 1972.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				2725 crashed Trenton, SC Aug 9, 1963
				2726 as maintenance trainer Ft. Huachuca, AZ
				2727 crashed in Vietnam Aug 4, 1968
				2728 to MASDC as YA0100 Jul 19, 1983.  Scrapped at Tucson, AZ Dec 6, 1999.
61-2729/2754		Martin XSM-68B Titan II missiles
				Redesignated LGM-25C in 1962
				2729 (N-6) launched from Cape Canaveral Jul 11, 1962
				2730 (N-7) launched from Vandenberg AFB Feb 16, 1963
				2731 (N-8) launched from Vandenberg AFB Oct 12, 1962
				2732 (N-9) launched from Cape Canaveral Oct 12, 1962
				2733 (N-10) inside Titan missile silo museum, Pima Air and Space Museum, AZ
				2734 (N-11) launched from Cape Canaveral Dec 6, 1962
				2735 (N-12) launched from Cape Canaveral Oct 26, 1962
				2736 (N-13) launched from Cape Canaveral Dec 19, 1962
				2737 (N-14) launched from Cape Canaveral May 9, 1963
				2738 (N-15) launched from Cape Canaveral Jan 10, 1963
				2739 (N-16) launched from Cape Canaveral Feb 6, 1963
				2740 (N-17) launched from Cape Canaveral May 24, 1963
				2741 (N-18) launched from Cape Canaveral Mar 21, 1963
				2742 (N-19) launched from Vandenberg AFB May 13, 1963
				2743 (N-20) failed launch from Cape Canaveral May 29, 1963
				2744 (N-21) launched from Cape Canaveral Apr 19, 1963
				2745 (N-22) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jun 20, 1963
				2746 (N-23) launched from Vandenberg AFB Sep 23, 1963
				2747 (N-24) launched from Cape Canaveral Aug 21, 1963
				2748 (N-25) launched from Cape Canaveral Nov 1, 1963
				2749 (N-26) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jan 23, 1964
				2750 (N-27) launched from Vandenberg AFB Nov 9, 1963
				2751 (N-28) launched from Vandenberg AFB Dec 16, 1963
				2752 (N-29) launched from Cape Canaveral Dec 12, 1963
				2753 (N-30) launched from Vandenberg AFB Mar 13, 1964
				2754 (N-31) launched from Cape Canaveral Jan 15, 1964
61-2755/2774		Martin SM-68B Titan II missiles
				Redesignated LGM-25C in 1962
				2755 (B-1) launched from Vandenberg AFB Oct 2, 1964
				2756 (B-2) on display at Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL
				2757 (B-3) launched from Vandenberg AFB Nov 19, 1968
				2758 (B-4) launched from Vandenberg AFB Nov 30, 1965
				2759 (B-5) in storage at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.
				2760 (B-6) launched from Vandenberg AFB Oct 16, 1965
				2761 (B-7) launched from Vandenberg AFB Aug 13, 1964
				2763 (B-9) launched from Vandenberg AFB Aug 11, 1964
				2764 (B-10) put in storage at Norton AFB, CA
				2765 (B-11) used for parts.  Stage 1 used for B-16 flight.
				2766 (B-12) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jun 20, 1971
				2767 (B-13) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				2768 (B-14) used for parts.  Stage 1 used for B-20 flight.
				2769 (B-15) launched from Vandenberg AFB Feb 17, 1964
				2770 (B-16) launched from Vandenberg AFB Mar 25, 1966
				2771 (B-17) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jun 27, 1976
				2772 (B-18) used for parts.  Stage 1 used for B-40 flight.
				2773 (B-19) launched from Vandenberg AFB Aug 30, 1965
				2774 (B-20) launched from Vandenberg AFB Nov 27, 1965
61-2775/2777		Lockheed C-141A-1-LM StarLifter
				MSN 300-6001/6003.  All converted to NC-141A
				2775 (MSN 300-6001) first flight Dec 17, 1963.  Was used for NSA Dryden "Eclipse Tow" program, 
					in which an F-106 was towed into the air.  Named "First of the Fleet" with 4950th Test Wing 
					in May 1991.  Currently on display at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, DE.  
				2776 (MSN 300-6002) to AMARC as CR0055 Aug 7, 1998.  Broken up
					Aug 19, 2003.
				2777 (MSN 300-6003) to AMARC as CR0010 Sep 27, 1994.  Broken up
					Aug 1, 2003.
61-2778/2779		Lockheed C-141A-5-LM Starlifter
				MSN 300-6004/6005
				2778 (MSN 300-6004) converted to C-141B, then to C-141C.  While parked at Memphis IAP, the red
					safety streamer attached to a fuel tank vent plug blew away, leading to the
					plug being overlooked when the plane was being prepared for flight Dec 21, 2001.
					During refueling, overpressure lead to catastrophic failure of port wing and in
					turn led to the plane falling over to starboard and damaging that wing as well.
					Hulk auctioned off Aug 2002.
				2779 (MSN 300-6005) converted to NC-141A. In 1969 was operated by NASA and visited Royal Aircraft Establishment,
					Farnborough, England from Jul 15-18, 1969 to carry out runway braking friction trials.  Named 
					"Against the Wind" with 4950th Test Wing in Jun 1992.  Preserved at Edwards AFB, California. 
61-2780/2914		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee drones
61-2915/2919		Cessna T-37B-CE
				2915 (MSN 40713) to AMARC as TE0254 Jan 13, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2916 (MSN 40714) to AMARC as TE0293 Sep 9, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2917 (MSN 40715) to AMARC as TE0258 Jan 31, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2918 (MSN 40716) to AMARC as TE0294 Sep 23, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2919 (MSN 40717) to AMARC as TE0309 Mar 17, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
61-2920/2922		Kaman H-43B Huskie
				MSN 117/119.
				Redesignated HH-43B in 1962
				2920 (MSN 117) sold to Thailand
				2922 (MSN 119) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0079 Mar 7, 1974.  To State of Washington, Department
					of Natural Resources Dec 13, 1074.  To private user Mar 20, 1979.  No N registration.
61-2923/2927		Lockheed P2V-7S Neptune
				Ex USN 150279/150283 for FMS
61-2928/2929		Piper L-21B Super Cub
				Modified PA-18-150.
				2928 (MSN 18-7724) sometimes quoted as going to Portuguese military
					as 3227 but seems incorrect as still in US service Oct 24, 1967
				2929 (MSN 18-7723) to Portuguese military as 3227.  To civil
					registry as CS-AQN Dec 1977.  Overrann the runway while lading at Leira aerodrome, Portugal and came to
					rest outside the runway.  The aircraft received substantial damage.
61-2930/2939		Douglas PGM-17 Thor missiles
				2930 (vehicle number 351) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Sep 29, 1962.
				2931 (vehicle number 352) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch CORONA from
					Vandenberg AFB Oct 9, 1962.  Success
				2932 (vehicle number 353) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Oct 26, 1962.
				2933 (vehicle number 354) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Feb 28, 1963.  Failed
				2934 (vehicle number 355) used as first stage of Thor Delta #15 to launch Relay-1 Dec 13, 1962.
					Success
				2935 (vehicle number 356) used as first stage of Thor Agena B #16 to launch CORONA from
					Vandenberg AFB Nov 5, 1962.  Success
				2937 (vehicle number 358) used as first stage of Thor Delta B #17 to launch Explorer 17 
					Apr 3, 1963.  Success
				2938 (vehicle number 359) used as first stage of Thor Delta B #19 to launch TIROS 7 
					Jun 19, 1963.  Success
				2939 (vehicle number 360) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Mar 18, 1963.
61-2940/2942		de Havilland of Canada L-20A Beaver
				For FMS.  Redesignated U-6A in 1962.
61-2943/2954		Kaman H-43B Huskie
				Redesignated HH-43B in 1962
				2943 (MSN 120) MAP to Iran
				2944 (MSN 121)
				2945 (MSN 123)
				2946 (MSN 124)
				2947 (MSN 125)
				2948 (MSN 126)
				2949 (MSN 127)
				2950 (MSN 128)
				2951 (MSN 129)
				2952 (MSN 130) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0055 Apr 16, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				2953 (MSN 131) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0051 Apr 12, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				2954 (MSN 132) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0039 Feb 20, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				the missing MSN 122 was the K-1125 Huskie III prototype.
61-2955/3024		Cessna L-19E Bird Dog
				Model 305C, improved version of Model 205A (L-19A)
				MSN 305M-0001/0033, 0036/0043, 0046/0053, 0055/0062, 0064/0071, 0073/0077
				Redesignated O-1E in 1962.
				2955/3001 sold to Italian Army, but not all were delivered.  The Italian Army aircraft were initially allocated
					a serial based on the US serial nmber, but for political reasons the aircraft were registered as I-EIxx,
					where EI stood for Esercito Italiano (Italian Army).  The codes were formatted as EI-xx.  
					2955 (MSN 305M-0001) to Italian Army as MM61-2955, later I-EIAU (code EI-39).  Regal Air
						conversion with MSN 0001, registered I-EIAU.
					2956 (MSN 305M-0002) to Italian Army as MM61-2956, later I-EIxx (cod EI-21).  To US civil registry
						as N305RH Mar 24, 2004, current.
					2957 (MSN 305M-0003) to Italian Army as MM61-2957, later I-EIxx (ode EI-40).  Restored to MM61-2957.
						W/o Jul 13, 1973 near Rive Sedegliano, Udine, Italy
					2958 (MSN 305M-0004) to Italian Army as MM61-2958, later I-EIAV (code EI-19).  Restored to MM61-2958
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0004.  Registered I-EIAV, not active
					2959 (MSN 305M-0005) to Italian Army as MM61-2959, later I-EIAJ (code EI-24).  Restored to MM61-2959.
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0005.  Became I-EIAJ.  Damaged Aug 16, 2013
					2960 (MSN 305M-0006) to Italian Army as MM61-2960, later I-EIAN (code EI-30).  Restored to MM61-2960.
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0006, registered I-EIAN.   Stored at Como, Italy
					2961 (MSN 305M-0007) to Italian Army as MM61-2961, later I-EIxx (code EI-22).  Restored to MM61-2961
						Later went to US civil registry as N3234K, and later N305SU.
					2962 (MSN 305M-0008) to Italian Army as MM61-2962, later I-EIAH (code EI-18).  Restored to MM61-2962.
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0008.  Became I-EIAH.  To French civil registry as F-AZUI Jan 29, 2014.
					2963 (MSN 305M-0009) to Italian Army as MM61-2963, later I-EIAW (code EI-36)  Restored to MM61-2963.
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0009.  Became I-EIAW.  Now preserved with Museo dell' Araba Fenice,
						Reggio nell'Emilia, Italy.  Airworthy with museum.
					2964 (MSN 305M-0010) to Italian Army as MM61-2964, later I-EIxx (code EI-27).  Stored with Collezione
						Aviazione dell'Esercito at Viterbo Tommaso Fabbri AFB, Italy.
					2965 (MSN 305M-0011) to Italian Army as MM61-2965, later I-EIAF (code EI-13).  Restored to MM61-2965.
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0011.  Became I-EIAF.  Not active.
					2966 (MSN 305M-0012) to Italian Army as MM61-2966, later I-EIAG (code EI-15).  Restored to MM61-2965
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0012.  Became I-EIAG.  Damaged Aug 21, 2008.
					2967 (MSN 305M-0013) to Italian Army as MM61-2967, later I-EIAQ (code EI-33).  Restored to MM61-2968.
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0013.  Became I-EIAQ. Converted to seaplane, stored Como, Italy
					2968 (MSN 305M-0014) to Italian Army as MM61-2968, later I-EIxx (code EI-11).  Restroed to MM61-2968
						W/o Jan 27, 1977 near Rome, Italy.
					2969 (MSN 305M-0015) to Italian Army as MM61-2969, later I-EIxx (code EI-16).  Restored to MM61-2969.
						To US civil registry as N3234P Jun 17, 1998.  Current.
					2970 (MSN 305M-0016) to Italian Army as MM61-2970, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx)
					2971 (MSN 305M-0017) to Italian Army as MM61-2971, later I-EIxx (code EI-34).  Restored to MM61-2971.
						To Libya as 61-2971.
					2972 (MSN 305M-0018) to Italian Army as MM61-2972, later I-EIxx (code EI-34).  Restored to MM61-2972.  
						Sold to Armed Forces of Malta and delivered Jan 1992.  Registered 9H-ACA May 14, 1992.
						cancelled May 1, 2000.  Serialed AS9206 with Armed Forces of Molta May 1, 2000.
						Sold 2000 and shipped to USA Dec 2000.  Registration N619SB assigned Jan 9, 2001 but NTU.
						Registered  N841CP Dec 12, 2001.  Current.
					2973 (MSN 305M-0019) to Italian Army as MM61-2973, later I-EIAX (code EI-35).  Restored to MM61-2973.
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0019.  Became I-EIAX.  Converted as seaplane.  Active at Lake Como, Italy.
					2974 (MSN 305M-0020) to Italian Army as MM61-2974, later I-EIAY (code EI-49).  Restored to MM61-2974.
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0020.  Became I-EIAY.  Not active.
					2975 (MSN 305M-0021) to Italian Army as MM61-2975, later I-EIxx (code EI-1).  Restored to MM61-2975.
						Later converted to SIAI-Marchetti SM.1019 MSN 0-01 and registered as I-STOL
					2976 (MSN 305M-0022) to Italian Army as MM61-2976, later I-EIAZ (code EI-17).  Restored to MM61-2976
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0022.  Became I-EIAZ.  Damaged Jul 30, 2007, stored Rieti, Italy.
					2977 (MSN 305M-0023) to Italian Army as MM61-2977, later I-EIxx (code EI-28).  Restored to MM61-2977.
						To US civil registry as N9019V Sep 1, 2004.  Current
					2978 (MSN 305M-0024) to Italian Army as MM61-2978, later I-EIBG (code EI-42).  Restored to MM61-2978.
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0024.  Became I-EIBG.  Stored at Molinella, Italy.
					2979 (MSN 305M-0025) to Italian Army as MM61-2979, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx)
					2980 (MSN 305M-0026) to Italian Army as MM61-2980, later I-EIxx (code EI-31).  Restored to MM61-2980.
						Stored at Arezzo, Italy
					2981 (MSN 305M-0027) to Italian Army as MM61-2981, later I-EIAP (code EI-32).  Restored to MM61-2981.
						Registered I-EIAP, stored at Rome, Urbe, Italy
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0027.  Became I-EIAP.
					2982 (MSN 305M-0028) to Italian Army as MM61-2982, later I-EIAS (code EI-37).  Restored to MM61-2982.
						Regal Air conversin with MSN 0028.  Became I-EIAS.  Damaged Oct 17, 2007
					2983 (MSN 305M-0029) to Italian Army as MM61-2983, later I-EIxx (code EI-2).  Restored to MM61-2983.  
						After Italian service, returned to US Army.  Sold to Armed Forces of Malta and delivered Jan 1992.
						Registered as 9H-ACB May 14, 1992, cancelled May 1, 2000.  Serialed AS9207 with Armed Forces of
						Malta, but w/o when groundlooped May 5, 1993.  Remains stored at Aviation Museum, Ta-Qali, Malta.
						Restored to airworthy condition.
					2984 (MSN 305M-0030) to Italian Army as MM61-2984, later I-EIAD (code EI-5).  Restored to MM61-2984.
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0030.  Registration I-EIAD reserved for Aero Club d'Italia Jun 2004, now
						taken up.  Damaged Mar 23, 2005, stored at Rieti, Italy.
					2985 (MSN 305M-0031) to Italian Army as MM61-2985, later I-EIAK (code EI-29).  Restored to MM61-2985.
						Registered I-EIAK.  Remains for sale by Aero Club d'Italia
					2986 (MSN 305M-0032) to Italian Army as MM61-2986, later I-EIxx (code EI-25).  Restored to MM61-2986.
						Returned to US Army.  Sold to Armed Forces of Malta in February 1992 and registered as 9H-ACC
						May 14, 1992.  CancelleD May 1, 2000.  Serialled AS9208 with Armed Forces of Malta May 1, 2000.
						Sold 2000 and shipped to USAo  To US civil registry as N619SB Jan 9, 2001 but NTU.  Registered
						N320DA Jan 9, 2001, expired Dec 31, 2011.
					2987 (MSN 305M-0033) to Italian Army as MM61-2987, later I-EIAI (code EI-20).  Restored to MM61-2987.
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0033.  Became I-EIAI, not active
					2988 (MSN 305M-0036) to Italian Army as MM61-2988), later I-EIAT (code EI-23).  Restored to MM61-2988.
						Reported in scrapyard at Siena, Italy Mar 1981.  Currently preserved in front of Volkswagen/Audi
						dealer Tizzi at Sansepolcro, Italy, wearing code in format E.I.23
					2989 (MSN 305M-0037) to Italian Army as MM62-2989, later I-EIxx (code EI-43).  Restored to MM61-2989.
						WFU and stored at Viterbo Jul 1994.  To TF-DOG and under restoration at Rekjavik.
					2990 (MSN 305M-0038) to Italian Army as MM61-2990, later I-EIxx (code EI-26).  Restored to MM61-2990.
						Returned to US Army.  Sold to Armed Forces of Malta and delivered Jan 1992.  Registered
						9H-ACD May 14, 1992, cancelled May 1, 2000.  Serialled AS9209 with Armed Forces of Malta.
						Sold 200 and shipped to USA Dec 2000.  to civil registry as N119AJ Mar 1, 2001.  Current
					2991 (MSN 305M-0039) to Italian Army as MM61-2991, later I-EIxx (code EI-4).   Restored to MM61-2991.
						Reported in scrapyard at Siena, Italy Mar 1981.
					2992 (MSN 305M-0040) to Italian Army as MM61-2992, later I-EIBD (code EI-6).  Restored to MM61-2992.
						Registered as N191JL, as EC-MAB Feb 2014.
					2993 (MSN 305M-0041) to Italian Army as MM61-2993, later I-EIxx (code EI-17).  Restored to MM61-2993.
					2994 (MSN 305M-0041) to Italian Army as MM61-2994, later I-EIxx (code EI-44).  Restored to MM61-2994
					2995 (MSN 305M-0043) to Italian Army as MM61-2995, later I-EIBK (code EI-44).  Restored to MM61-2995
						Regal Air conversion with MSN 0043. Became I-EIBK.
					2996 (MSN 305M-0046) to Italian Army as MM61-2996, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx). 
					2997 (MSN 305M-0047) to Italian Army as MM61-2997, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx). 
					2998 (MSN 305M-0048) to Italian Army as MM61-2998, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx). 
					2999 (MSN 305M-0049) to Italian Army as MM61-2999, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  
					3000 (MSN 305M-0050) to Italian Army as MM61-3000, later I-EIxx (code EI-14).  Restored to MM61-3000.
						Stored with Collezione Aviazione dell'Esercito at Viterbo in Sep 2001.
					3001 (MSN 305M-0051) to Italian Army as MM61-3001, later I-EIxx (code EI-10).  Restored to MM61-3001.
						N90212 reserved May 3, 2001 but NTU.  Registered N62TX May 3, 2005, current.
					3002 (MSN 305M-0052) to Italian Army as MM61-3002, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3002
					3003 (MSN 305M-0053) to Italian Army as MM61-3003, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3003
					3004 (MSN 305M-0055) to Italian Army as MM61-3004, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3004
					3005 (MSN 305M-0056) to Italian Army as MM61-3005, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3005
					3006 (MSN 305M-0057) to Italian Army as MM61-3006, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3006
					3007 (MSN 305M-0058) to Italian Army as MM61-3007, but they may never have
						used it.  Went ca 1972 to Thai AF as T2-38/16.
					3008 (MSN 305M-0059) to Italian Army as MM61-3008, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3008
					3009 (MSN 305M-0060) to Italian Army as MM61-3009, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3009
					3010 (MSN 305M-0061) to Italian Army as MM61-3010, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3010
					3011 (MSN 305M-0062) to Italian Army as MM61-3011, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3011
					3012 (MSN 305M-0064) to Italian Army as MM61-3012, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3012
					3013 (MSN 305M-0065) to Italian Army as MM61-3013, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3013
					3014 (MSN 305M-0066) to Italian Army as MM61-3014, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3014
					3015 (MSN 305M-0067) to Italian Army as MM61-3015, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3015
					3016 (MSN 305M-0068) to Italian Army as MM61-3016, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3016
					3017 (MSN 305M-0069) to Italian Army as MM61-3017, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3017
					3018 (MSN 305M-0070) to Italian Army as MM61-3018, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3018
					3019 (MSN 305M-0071) to Italian Army as MM61-3019, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3010
					3020 (MSN 305M-0073) to Italian Army as MM61-2020, but they may never have
						used it.  Went ca 1973 to Thai AF as T2-40/16
					3021 (MSN 305M-0074) to Italian Army as MM61-3021, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3021
					3022 (MSN 305M-0075) to Italian Army as MM61-3022, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3022
					3023 (MSN 305M-0076) to Italian Army as MM61-3023, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3023
					3024 (MSN 305M-0077) to Italian Army as MM61-3024, later I-EIxx (code EI-xx).  Restored to MM61-3024
61-3025/3030		Lockheed TF-104G Starfighter
				MSN 583C-5501/5506.  For MAP
				3025 to Taiwan
				3026 to Taiwan as 4141
				3029 to Taiwan
				3030 was RoCAF 4147
61-3031/3084		Lockheed TF-104G Starfighter
				MSN 583D-5701, 5703/5755.  For Luftwaffe, but operated in USAF markings at Luke AFB.
				10 later to Taiwan.
				3037 to Luftwaffe as 27+07, then to Greek AF as 5708.  Preserved at Sedes AB, Greece.
				3044 (MSN 583D-5715) to Luftwaffe as 27+14, then to Hellenic AF in 1979 as 13044 and WFU in 2009
				3048 (MSN 583D-5719) To Hellenic Air Force as 5719 and stored at Agrinion Air Base in 2009.
				3054 (MSN 583D-5725) to German Navy as 27+24, then to Turkish AF Jul 15, 1986 as 63-5725/9-725.  
					WFU Nov 20, 1991.  Currently on display at Hava Kuvvetleri Muzesi (Turkish AF Museum) at Yesilkoy, outside Istanbul, Turkey
				3060 (MSN 583D-5731) to Luftwaffe as 27+29, then to Turkish AF as 5731.
				3062 (MSN 583D-5733) to Hellenic Air Force as 5733 and stored at Agrinion Air Base in 2009.
				3065 bore Luftwaffe serials 27+37.  Transferred
					to NASA in 1975 as N824NA.  Later at California Polytechnic Institute.
					At Estrella Warbirds Museum since at least Jul 2003
				3066 (MSN 583D-5737) to Italian AF as MM54554
				3067 (MSN 583D-5738) to Italian AF as MM54555
				3072 (MSN 583D-5743) to Italian AF as MM54556
				3078 (ROCAF 4175) w/o May 23, 1989, circumstances unknown.
				3080 to Taiwan as 4177 and preserved at ROCAF Technical School, Gangshan (August 2009)
				3082 to Taiwan as 4178 and preserved in memorial park at Dajia (August 2009)
61-3085/3217		Hiller H-23D Raven
				Most rebuilt as H-23G.  Redesignated OH-23D and OH-23G in 1962.
				3085/3114 OH-23D, 3115/3217 OH-23G.
				3087 (MSN 1273) to N6492
				3094 on display at the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum, Pyongyang, Democratic 
					People's Republic of Korea.  Claimed to have been captured during the Korean War but this could not be true.
				3096 to MASDC as XG226 May 12, 1972.  To N102BC
				3101 to MASDC as XG378 Feb 7, 1973.  To N62335
				3102 to MASDC as XG379 Feb 7, 1973.  To C-GHTK
				3104 to MASDC as XG210 Apr 26, 1972.  To N22936
				3105 to MASDC as XG165 Feb 27 1974.  
				3109 to MASDC as XG176 Mar 7, 1972.
				3111 to MASDC as XG105 Dec 15, 1971
				3115 to MASDC as XG280 Oct 6, 1972.  To N496BN
				3116 to MASDC as XG238 Jun 6, 1972.
				3117 (MSN 1305) to MASDC as XG248 Jun 10, 1972.  To N2275M
				3121 to MASDC as XG249 Jun 10, 1972.  To N67276
				3122 to MASDC as XG242 Jun 6, 1972.
				3123 to MASDC as XG311 Oct 25, 1972.  To N61PC
				3124 to MASDC as XG281 Oct 6, 1972.  To N67042
				3126 to MASDC as XG220 May 10, 1972.  To N8059E
				3127 to MASDC as XG192 Mar 16, 1972.
				3128 to MASDC as XG384 Feb 12, 1973.
				3130 to MASDC as XG327 Nov 21, 1972.  To N62399
				3134 to MASDC as XG190 Mar 16, 1972
				3135 to MASDC as XG216 May 4, 1972.  To N493BN
				3136 to MASDC as XG325 Nov 8, 1972.  To N67089
				3139 to MASDC as XG247 Jun 9, 1972.
				3144 to MASDC as XG232 May 13, 1972.  To N87707
				3145 to MASDC as XG377 Feb 5, 1973.  To N495BN
				3147 to MASDC as XG400 Apr 2, 1973.  To N31331
				3148 to MASDC as XG346 Dec 10, 1972.  To N31332
				3149 to MASDC as XG233 May 13, 1972. To N67155
				3150 to N64283
				3156 to MASDC as XG357 Dec 20, 1972
				3157 to MASDC as XG217 May 10, 1972.  To N9427A
				3163 to N64879
				3167 to MASDC as XG299 Oct 18, 1972.  To N87703
				3168 to MASDC as XG343 Dec 4, 1972.  To N65102
				3169 to MASDC as XG329 Nov 21, 1972.  To N67064
				3170 at Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage, CA Oct 2007
				3172 to MASDC as XG397 Mar 25, 1973.  To N67168
				3173 to MASDC as XG211 Apr 26, 1972
				3175 to MASDC as XG282 Oct 6, 1972.  To N62388
				3176 to MASDC as XG106 Dec 15, 1971.
				3177 to MASDC as XG307 Oct 25, 1972.  To N43853
				3178 (MSN 1364) to N57986.  To Philippine civil registry as RP-C362.  Current as N196FT
				3181 to MASDC as XG0129 Jan 11, 1972.
				3183 to MASDC as XG063 Nov 10, 1971.
				3185 to MASDC as XG398 Mar 25, 1973.  To N47078
				3186 to MASDC as XG288 Oct 7, 1972.  To N62413
				3187 to MASDC as XG324 Nov 8, 1972.  To N62470
				3188 to MASDC as XG405 Apr 5, 1973
				3189 to MASDC as XG287 Oct 7, 1972.  To N62432
				3192 to MASDC as XG340 Dec 4, 1972.  TO N4254X
				3194 to civil registry as N90953
				3197 to MASDC as XG355 Dec 18, 1972.  To N48208
				3199 to MASDC as XG243 Jun 8, 1972.  To N8542F
				3200 to MASDC as XG175 Mar 7, 1972.
				3205 to MASDC as XG316 Oct 31, 1972.  To N62316
				3206 to MASDC as XG168 Mar 6, 1972.
				3207 to MASDC as XG358 Dec 20, 1972.  To N99277
				3208 to MASDC as XG259 Jul 27, 1972.  To N9983F
				3209 to MASDC as XG221 May 10, 1972.  To C-GHTJ
				3213 to MASDC as XG404 Apr 5, 1973.  To N3406F
				3216 to MASDC as XG413 Jun 13, 1973.  To N63LC
				3217 to MASDC as XG383 Feb 10, 1973.  To N65156
61-3218/3234		Hiller H-23F Raven
				Redesignated OH-23F in 1962.
				3218 (MSN 2167). Noted Fall 2003 in store at Hiller Aviation Museum, San Carlos, CA
61-3235/4487 		Martin ASM-N-7 Bullpup 
				Contract cancelled 
61-4488/4491		Sikorsky HH-34D Mojave
				HUS-1s transferred to USAF from US Navy.
				4488 ex USN 148803 (MSN 58-1388).  To Air America as H-X Oct 17, 1961.  To International Control Commission as CIC-1 Sep 4, 1962.  
					Returned to Air America as 803 Jan 1965.  To Royal Laotian AF as 8803 and lost Oct 25, 1970 at Tambon Banbun, 
					Muang District.  5 killed.
				4489 ex USN 148805 (MSN 58-1390).  To Air America as H-Y Oct 24, 1961.  To International Control
					Commission as CIC-2 Sep 4, 1962.  Back to Air America as H-48 Mar 29, 1967.  To Royal Laotian AF as 8805 Jul 1969. Lost in Laos May 3, 1963.
				4490 ex-USN 148806.  To Air America as H-Z Oct 26, 1961.  To International Control Commission as CIC-3 Apr 4, 1962.
					To Royal Laotian AF in 1969/70.
				4491 ex-USN 144807.  To Air America as H-11 Oct 26, 1961.  To International Control Commission as CIC-4 Sep R, 1962.
					To Royal Laotian AF as 8807 in 1968.
61-4492/4528		Martin SM-68 Titan I
				Redesignated LGM-25C
				4492 (SM-65) on display at NASA Ames Research Center, Mt. View, CA.  1st and 2nd stages 
					are sitting detached and horizontal on wooden stands about 30' away from NASA Ames Bldg #T12-A, 
					the former Bay Area Computer Museum bldg
				4493 (SM-66) 
				4494 (SM-67) on display in park Near Titusville High School, Titusville, FL
				4495 (SM-68) launched from Vandenberg LE-A1 Nov 14, 1962 in SAC operational test.
				4496 (SM-69)
				4497 (SM-70) on display at Veterans Home - Quincy, Illinois
				4498 (SM-71) on display at USAF Museum, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH
				4499 (SM-72) was on display at Air/Missile Park, Florence, SC
				4500 (SM-73) was on static display at Holiday Motor Lodge, San Bernardino, CA
				4501 (SM-74) 
				4502 (SM-75)
				4503 (SM-76)
				4504 (SM-77)
				4505 (SM-78)
				4506 (SM-79) at Oklahoma State Fairgrounds, Oklahoma City, OK
				4507 (SM-80) launched Mar 5, 1965 from Vandenberg LE-A2.  Payload was West Wind II.  Last Titan I launch.
				4508 (SM-81) in storage at Kansas Cosmosphere, Hutchinson, KS
				4509 (SM-82)
				4510 (SM-83) SAC operational test Sep 17, 1963
				4511 (SM-84)
				4512 (SM-85) partial failure Dec 8, 1964 due to premature first stage shutdown.  Payload was West Wind I	
				4513 (SM-86) was outside warehouse at Beale AFB in 1990s, removed 1994
				4514 (SM-87)
				4515 (SM-88) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				4516 (SM-89) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				4517 (SM-90)
				4518 (SM-91)
				4519 (SM-92) on static display at Kansas Cosmosphere, Hutchison, KS
				4520 (SM-93) second stage at SLC-10 museum, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				4521 (SM-94) on static display at Kansas Cosmosphere, Hutchison, KS
				4522 (SM-95)
				4523 (SM-96) on display at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, SD
				4524 (SM-97)
				4525 (SM-98)
				4526 (SM-99)
				4527 (SM-100)
				4528 (SM-101) second stage and upper structure on display at Estrella Warbirds Museum,
					Pasa Robles, CA.  They may have the first stage in storage.
61-4529			Sikorsky HH-34D Seahorse
				ex USN HUS-1 149320.  To Air America as H-12 Dec 20, 1961, then to Royal Laotian AF as 9320 in 1967.
61-4530/4536		Lockheed SRM-81A 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.

61-7950/7955		Lockheed SR-71A
				These are often erroneously listed as being 64-17950/17955.
				61-7950 (MSN 2001) destroyed by fire Jan 10, 1967 during brake system evaluation
				   at Edwards AFB.  Pilot Art Peterson survived
				61-7951 (MSN 2002) operated by NASA as YF-12C and assigned a spurious
				   serial number 60-6937 (which had been assigned to a CIA A-12).
				   Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				61-7952 (MSN 2003) lost Jan 25, 1966 near Tucumcari, NM during test flight from Edwards AFB.  Pilot 
					Bill Weaver survived, RSO Jim Zwayer killed.
				61-7953 (MSN 2004) lost Dec 18, 1969 near Shoshone, CA during test flight from 
				   Edwards AFB.  Pilot Joe Rogers and RSO Gary Heidelbaugh ejected safely.
				61-7954 (MSN 2005) lost Apr 11, 1969 on runway at Edwards AFB during takeoff.
				   Pilot Bill Skliar and RSO Noel Warner escaped without injury.
				61-7955 (MSN 2006) on display at Edwards AFB, California.  For years, there were rumors that this plane 
					had been sent to the UK for test flights from Mildenhall in 1983, and was
					painted as 17962 for the duration.
61-7956/7957		Lockheed SR-71B
				These are often listed as being 64-17956/17957, but there is controversy about this.  Numerous observers
					report that the true serials should be listed in FY 1961
				61-7956 (MSN 2007).  To NASA as 831.  Currently stored at Edwards AFB.  To be shipped to
					Kalamazoo Air Zoo, MI where it will be put on display.  Seen Jun 25, 2004
					at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, Michigan.  In 2007 was at Kalamazoo Air Zoo.
				61-7957 (MSN 2008).  Lost Jan 11, 1968 following fuel cavitation during approach to Beale AFB.  Instructor 
					Robert G. Sowers and student David E. Fruehauf ejected safely.
61-7958/7980		Lockheed SR-71A
				These are often listed as being 64-17958/17980, but there is controversy about this.  Numerous observers
					report that the true serials should be listed in FY 1961 
				61-7958 (MSN 2009).  Used to set 15/25 speed record of 2193.167 mph July
				   	27/28, 1979.  Now on display at Warner Robins AFB, Georgia
				61-7959 (MSN 2010) now on display at Eglin AFB, Florida
				61-7960 (MSN 2011) now on diaplay at Castle Air Museum, California
				61-7961 (MSN 2012) on display at Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, Hutchinson, Kansas
				61-7962 (MSN 2013) in storage at Palmdale, CA.  Delivered to Imperial War Museum at Duxford, UK and was 
					unveiled for public display in Hangar 1 on Apr 11, 2001.
				61-7963 (MSN 2014) now on display at Beale AFB, California.
				61-7964 (MSN 2015) now on display in atrium of Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, Nebraska
				61-7965 (MSN 2016) lost Oct 25, 1976 during night training sortie near Lovelock
				  	NV following INS gyro platform failure.  Pilot St Martin and RSO Carnochan ejected safely.
				61-7966 (MSN 2017) lost Apr 13,1967 after high speed stall during night refuelling near Las Vegas, NV
				  	Pilot Boone and RSO Sheffield both ejected safely.
				61-7967 (MSN 2018) transferred to NASA in July 1999.  In flyable storage at Edwards AFB.  Delivered to
					8th AF Museum, Barksdale AFB, Louisiana Dec 2003.
				61-7968 (MSN 2019) now at Virginia Aviation Museum at Richmond International Airport, Virginia.  On permanent
				   	loan from USAF Museum.
				61-7969 (MSN 2020) lost May 10, 1970 after refuelling near Korat RTAFB when a high-speed stall occurred.
				  	Pilot Lawson and RSO Martinez ejected safely.
				61-7970 (MSN 2021) lost Jun 17, 1970 following midair collision with KC-135Q tanker near El Paso, NM.
				  	Pilot Buddy Brown and RSO Mort Jarvis ejected safely.
				61-7971 (MSN 2022) to NASA as 832.  Now on display at Evergreen Aviation Educational Institute, 
					McMinnville, OR
				61-7972 (MSN 2023) set New York to London record of 1 hr 54 min 56.4 sec Sept
				  	1, 1974.  Set Los Angeles to Washington, DC record of 1 hr 4 min 20 sec,
				  	west to east coast in 1 hr 7 min 54 sec.  Reported Summer 2008 at NASM, Udvar-Hazy Center.  NASM
					claims that their plane actually has serial number 64-17972.
				61-7973 (MSN 2024) damaged July 21, 1987 while being demonstrated at RAF Mildenhall.  Now on display at
				  	Palmdale Airport.  Noted Fall 2003 at Blackbird Airpark, Palmdale, California.
				61-7974 (MSN 2025) lost Apr 21, 1989 while outbound from Kadena AB, Okinawa following engine explosion
				  	and complete hydraulic failure. Pilot Dan E. House and RSO Blair L. Bozek both ejected safely.
				61-7975 (MSN 2026) on display at March Field Museum, California.
				61-7976 (MSN 2027) on display at WPAFB Museum, OH
				61-7977 (MSN 2028) lost Oct 10, 1968 at end of runway at Beale AFB following
				  	a wheel explosion and runway abort. Pilot Gabriel A. Kardong rode the aircraft to a standstill, RSO James
				  	A. Kogler ejected.  Both survived.  Cockpit was saved from the wreckage, was restored
				  	and is now on display at Boeing Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA
				61-7978 (MSN 2029) lost July 20, 1972 during landing accident at Kadena AB,
				  	Okinawa.  Pilot Dennis R. Bush and RSO Jimmy Fagg escaped unhurt.
				61-7979 (MSN 2030) now on display at Lackland AFB, Texas.
				61-7980 (MSN 2031) to NASA as 844.  Placed on static display in front of Dryden Flight 
					Research Center Sep 2002.
61-7981			Lockheed SR-71C
				Often erroneously listed as 64-17981
				(MSN 2000).  Hybrid aircraft constructed from a forward fuselage from a static test article mated
				to the wing and rear section of YF-12A 60-6934.  Now at Hill AFB, Utah on display.
61-7982/7985		Cancelled contract for Lockheed SR-71A.  Often erroneously listed as 64-17982/64-17985.



Note: The Glenn L. Martin Company merged with American-Marietta Corp. in 1961
to form the Martin Marietta Corp.

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