1962 USAF Serial Numbers


Last updated August 31, 2014


62-0001			North American XB-70A-1-NA Valkyrie
				C/n 278-1.  On display at WPAFB Museum.
62-0002/0029		Martin SM-68B Titan II missiles
				Redesignated LGM-25C
				0002 (B-21) launched from Vandenberg AFB Sep 11, 1967
				0003 (B-22) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jun 14, 1965
				0004 (B-23) used for parts.  Stage 1 used for B-33 flight
				0005 (B-24) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				0006 (B-25) used for parts.  Stage 1 used for B-30 flight
				0007 (B-26) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				0008 (B-27) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jan 9, 1975
				0009 (B-28) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jul 30, 1964
				0010 (B-29) used for parts.  Stage 1 used for B-27 flight
				0011 (B-30) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jun 30, 1965
				0012 (B-31) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				0013 (B-32) launched from Vandenberg AFB Nov 4, 1964
				0014 (B-33) launched from Vandenberg AFB Oct 20, 1965
				0015 (B-34) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				0016 (B-35) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				0017 (B-36) launched from Vandenberg AFB Apr 2, 1968
				0018 (B-37) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				0019 (B-38) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				0020 (B-39) stored at Norton AFB, CA, used for Titan II SLV 23G-13
				0021 (B-40) launched from Vandenberg AFB Sep 18, 1966
				0022 (B-41) launched from Vandenberg AFB Dec 4, 1975
				0023 (B-42) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				0024 (B-43) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				0025 (B-44) stored at Norton AFB, CA, used for Titan II SLV 23G-13
				0026 (B-45) launched from Vandenberg AFB Apr 16, 1965.
				0027 (B-46) launched from Vandenberg AFB May 24, 1972
				0028 (B-47) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				0029 (B-48) stored at Norton AFB, CA
62-0030/0206		North American AGM-28 Hound Dog
				0072 (AGM-28B) on display at WPAFB Museum
62-0207			North American XB-70A-2-NA Valkyrie
				Collided with F-104N (NASA 813) June 8, 1966 while filming publicity
					film for General Electric engines.  Both aircraft destroyed.
					F-104N pilot Dr. Joseph A. Walker and XB-70A copilot Maj.
					Carl Cross killed.  XB-70A pilot ejected safely.
62-0208			North American XB-70B-NA Valkyrie
				Contract cancelled
62-0209/1783		Martin AGM-12 Bullpup missiles
				0796 on display at Chanute AFB.
62-1784/1866		Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
				1784 (c/n 382-3729)
				1785 (c/n 382-3730, 314th TAW, 45th TAS) shot down at Boa Loc, SVN Sep 6, 1968.  5 killed.
				1786 (c/n 382-3731) to AMARC Sep 15, 2009
				1787 (c/n 382-3732) "Spare 617) to USAF Museum, Dayton, OHio Aug 18, 2011.  It performed courageous work during the Southeast Asia War. 
					Two members of its crew - Capt. William Caldwell, pilot, and Tech. Sgt. Charlie Shaub, loadmaster - were awarded 
					Air Force Crosses, the U.S. Air Force's second highest award for valor, for their heroic actions during the 
					siege of An Loc in 1972.  Plane eventually returned to the United States to the 314th Tactical Airlift Wing at Little Rock, Ark., 
					and then served with several Air National Guard squadrons. It was assigned to the Arkansas Air National Guard 
					at Little Rock at the time it was identified for the museum.  It will go in public display.  Now at USAF National
					Museum in Dayton, Ohio where it will be housed in the Global Reach Gallery (to be completed in 2014)
				1788 (c/n 382-3735) retired to AMARC Nov 29, 2010 from Little Rock AFB.  The aircraft's assignments include 
					the 1608th Air Transport Wing at Charleston Air Force Base, S.C., from 1964 to 1965; the 516th Troop 
					Carrier Wing at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, from 1966 to 1967; the 314th and 374th Tactical Airlift 
					Wings at Ching Chuan Kang Air Base, Taiwan, from 1967 to 1968 and 1969 to 1973, respectively; the West 
					Air Virginia National Guard's 130 Tactical Airlift Squadron from 1974 to 1985; and finally the 
					Arkansas Air National Guard's 154th Training Squadron and then with 314th Airlift Wing at Little Rock AFB 
					from 1986 to 2010.
				1789 (c/n 382-3736) flown to McChord Air Museum, Washington Oct 9, 2009.
				1790 (c/n 382-3737) now a ground trainer at Sheppard AFB, TX.  Redesignated GC-130E.  Mark Sublette
					has this plane as still active with 154th TAS in 2001.  Noted Mar 10, 2004
					as ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX
				1791 (c/n 382-3738) converted to C-130E-II, later to
					be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.
				1792 (c/n 382-3739) was active and posessed by 146AW/115AS.  
					Transferred to Little Rock AFB.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 354 with No 3 Squadron
				1793 (c/n 382-3743) active and posessed by 146AW/115AS.  To Puerto Rico
					ANG as a loaner Oct 2006.  Then to Little Rock AFB Feb 9, 2007.  To AMARC
				1794 (c/n 382-3744) was GC-130E ground instructional airframe at 
					Sheppard AFB until moved to Goodfellow AFB, TX in 2006. 
				1795 (c/n 382-3746) now a ground trainer as GC-130E at Sheppard AFB.  Mark Sublette has this as still active
					with 154th TAS in 2001.  Noted Mar 2003 as ground trainer with
					82nd TRW.
				1796 (c/n 382-3747) transferred to Israel as 4X-FBE Oct 1973, coded 312.  Sold to Kellstrom Certified Nov 2000
				1797 (c/n 382-3748) shot down near An Loc, SVN May 3, 1972
				1798 (c/n 382-3752) to instructional trainer at Alpena Combat Readiness Training center at Alpena County RAP,
					Michigan in Oct 2003.
				1799 (c/n 382-3753) transferred, active to Dyess AFB, TX Jun 2005.  Transferred
					to Little Rock AFB 61AS May 2006.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 349 with No. 3 Squadron
				1800 (c/n 382-3754, 50th TAS) crashed inverted after overshooting in traffic pattern when propeller
					went into reverse, Taiwan, Dec 15, 1969.
				1801 (c/n 382-3755) active and possessed by 146AW/115AS.  Departed 146th AW Channel
					Islands ANGB, CA Aug 4, 2004 on loan to 124th WG Boise ID ANG.  Seen at Little Rock ANG
					Nov 5, 2004.  Temporarily loaned to Polish AF as 1508, returned to USAF Sep 2012.  Seen at 
					Fort Campbell, Kentucky in 2013.
				1802 (c/n 382-3756, 4442nd CCTG) crashed at Piggott, Arkansas Jul 31, 1970 during training flight.
				1803 (c/n 382-3757) to AMARC as CF0159 Sep 12, 1994
				1804 (c/n 382-3758)
				1805 (c/n 382-3759, 374th TAW) crashed into sea near Makung, Pescadores Islands Jun 5, 1972
					when landing gear exploded in traffic pattern.
				1806 (c/n 382-3760)
				1807 (c/n 382-3761) to GC-130E ground instructional airframe, Sheppard AFB, TX.
				1808 (c/n 382-3762) to AMARC as CF0296 Jun 13, 2008
				1809 (c/n 382-3770) modified to C-130E-11 in 1974 with inflight refuelling modification.
					later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.
					Destroyed in *Desert Hawk*, Posht-I-Badam Iran Apr 24, 1980 in collision with RH-53D 158761
					during failed hostage rescue attempt.
				1810 (c/n 382-3771) to AMARC as CF0275 May 27, 2008
				1811 (c/n 382-3772) at Pemco for structural evaluation.  If costs are 
					too high, was to go to AMARC.  Is being repaired and placed 
					back into service at 146AW. Repaired and returned to 
					146AW/115AS at Channel Islands ANGB May 10, 2004. 
					Transferred to Dyess AFB, TX Jun 2005.  Transferred to
					Pope AFB 2007.  To AMARC
				1812 (c/n 382-3774) retired to Sheppard AFB, TX as GC-130E instrument, 
					defensive system trainer Jan 2002.  Noted Mar 2003 as ground 
					trainer with 82nd TRW.  To ground trainer at Sheppard AFB
				1813 (c/n 382-3775, 16th TAS) collided with T-37 59-0322 NE of Little Rock AFB, Arkansas Feb 18, 1972.
					All 5 onboard the C-130 were killed.  The 2 crewmembers of the T-37 ejected safely.
				1814 (c/n 382-3776, 50th TAS) crashed at Cam Ranh Bay, SVN due to electrical failure Mar 3, 1968
				1815 (c/n 382-3777) converted to C-130E-II, later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.
					Destroyed in rocket attack, Da Nang, South Vietnam Oct 8, 1967
				1816 (c/n 382-3778) to AMARC as CF0289 May 27, 2008
				1817 (c/n 382-3779) transferred from Boise ANG to Michigan ANG 2005.  To AMARC Dec 22, 2009
				1818 (c/n 382-3780) converted to C-130E-II, later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.
					Is to be converted to HC-130P.  Was still EC-130E Oct 2003 when
					noted with 79th RQS.  Was reported to have been transferred to Pope AFB 2007,
					but was scrapped after cracks were found in center wing box.  AMARC inventory
					shows arrival as CF0223 Jul 5, 2005 and still on inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1819 (c/n 382-3782) to AMARC as CF0187 May 15, 1998.
				1820 (c/n 382-3783) converted to C-130E-II, later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976. To AMARC Sep 29, 2012
				1821 (c/n 382-3784) to AMARC as CF0180 Aug 21, 1997
				1822 (c/n 382-3785) to AMARC as CF0182 Sep 5, 1997.
				1823 (c/n 382-3786)
				1824 (c/n 382-3787) damaged by rocket attack on ground at Quan Loi, South Vietnam
					Nov 17, 1969.  Repaired.
				1825 (c/n 382-3788) modified to C-130E-11 Sep 1965, later to be redesignated EC-130E Apr 1977.
					Inflight refuelling modification Sept 1977.  To AMARC as CF0195 Oct 2, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1826 (c/n 382-3789) active and posessed by 146AW/115AS.  Transferred to Pope AFB
					and then to Iraqi AF as YI-302.
				1827 (c/n 382-3790) to AMARC as CF0181 Sep 2, 1997.
				1828 (c/n 382-3791) fitted with various sensors and used during early 1980s
					by 7405th Operations Sqdn as spyplane operating from Frankfurt/Rhein-Main
					AB, West Germany.  To AMARC as CF0188 May 15, 1998.
				1829 (c/n 382-3792) named "City of Sparks" with 192nd AS, Nevada ANG Sep 1997, and named "City of Jacksonville"
					at Little Rock AFB.  Put on display in front of Little Rock AFB Education Center Aug 2012.
				1830 (c/n 382-3793)
				1831 (c/n 382-3794) damaged beyond repair in ground accident at St. Petersburg,
					FL May 30, 1969.
				1832 (c/n 382-3795) converted to C-130E-II, later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.  Named "Sharky" with
					7th ACCS Jun 1989.  Was scheduled to be converted to HC-130P.  Was still EC-130E Oct 2003 when noted
					with 79th RQS.  The conversion program to HC-130P was deemed a failure and the modification was cancelled.
				1833 (c/n 382-3796) active and posessed by 146AW/115AS.  To Little Rock AFB.  In 2006
					transferred to Pope AFB, then to Little Rock AFB, now assigned
					to Ramstein AB, Germany.  Transferred to Little Rock AFB.  To AMARC
				1834 (c/n 382-3797)
				1835 (c/n 382-3798)
				1836 (c/n 382-3799) converted to C-130E-II, later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.
					Is to be converted to HC-130P.  Still EC-130E in Oct 2003 when noted
					with 79th RQS. The conversion program to HC-130P was deemed a failure
					and the modification was cancelled.  To AMARC Sep 29, 2009.
				1837 (c/n 382-3800) to AMARC as CF0285 May 12, 2008
				1838 (c/n 382-3801, 731th TAS) crashed near Bliss, Idaho May 13, 1995 due to engine fire.
					All 6 onboard killed.
				1839 (c/n 382-3802) still (2003) on active duty with 934th AW at Minneapolis/St Paul IAP
					Now transferred to the Iraqi AF as YI-301
				1840 (c/n 382-3803) shot down over Nha Trang, South Vietnam Oct 2, 1966
				1841 (c/n 382-3804, 776th TAS, 374th TAW) crashed on takeoff from Anderson AFB, Guam Apr 20, 1974.
					All 6 onboard killed.
				1842 (c/n 382-3805) with 127AG, Michigan ANG, to Little Rock ANG.  To Puerto Rico ANG.  Arrived at AMARC
					Sep 11, 2013.
				1843 (c/n 382-3806) modified to MC-130E Combat Talon I.  Damaged by a satchel charge in South VietNam, 
					repaired.  Crashed into hill while on approach to Tuy Hoa, South Vietnam
					Dec 20, 1965.  Later seen operating out of Norton AFB, CA in 1971.  This is believed to be
					another Hercules airframe (64-0506) renumbered for some sort of black operation.  To AMARC May 1, 2013.
				1844 (c/n 382-3807) to AMARC Sep 9, 2009
				1845 (c/n 382-3808) crashed Sugar Loaf Mountain, Arkansas Oct 15, 1973.
					All 7 onboard killed.
				1846 (c/n 382-3809) noted May 2009 on display at Gowen Field ANG Base, Boise, Idaho.
				1847 (c/n 382-3810) with 386th Expeditionary Operations Group retired to
					AMARC Sep 3, 2009 with 30,100 hours flight time.
				1848 (c/n 382-3811) to Selfridge Military Museum, Michigan Mar 2010.
				1849 (c/n 382-3812)
				1850 (c/n 382-3814) to AMARC as CF0294 Sep 5, 2008
				1851 (c/n 382-3815) active and posessed by 146AW/115AS.  To Pope AFB.
					Became permanent at Pope AFB in May 2005, then moved to Little Rock
					AFB.  Derelict at Little Rock AFB.
				1852 (c/n 382-3816) to AMARC Sep 1, 2009.
				1853 (c/n 382-3817) shot down during takeoff from Soc Trang, SVN Aug 12, 1972.
					30 of 44 onboard killed.
				1854 (c/n 382-3818) destroyed on ground by rockets Kontum, SVN May 17, 1972
				1855 (c/n 382-3819) to AMARC as CF0212 Oct 18, 2004.  Returned to service with 62nd AS.  Returned to AMARC Sep 20, 2011.
				1856 (c/n 382-3820)
				1857 (c/n 382-3821) converted to C-130E-II, later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.  Participated in Operation 
					Eagle Claw, the 1980 mission that attempted to rescue Americans held hostage at the US Embassy in Tehran, Iran.
					In 2013 was at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC on loand from National Museum of USAF.
				1858 (c/n 382-3822)
				1859 (c/n 382-3823) to Air America as 218 Jun 2, 1971.  Returned to USAF in 1974.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 351
					with No. 3 Squadron
				1860 (c/n 382-3824) to AMARC as CF0155 Aug 23, 1994.  To Brooks AFB, TX for use as ground trainer
				1861 (c/n 382-3825) hit by ground fire while departing Katum
					and made crash landing at Tay Ninh, SVN Jun 25, 1968
				1862 (c/n 382-3826) active and posessed by 146AW/115AS, loaned to MI ANG.  Returned from MI ANG, active and possessed 
					by 146AW/115AS Channel Islands ANGB, CA.  Transferred to Little Rock AFB Jan 2007. Put on display at
					Scott Field Heritage Airpark at Scott AFB, IL May 21, 2009.
				1863 (c/n 382-3827) converted to C-130E-II, later to be redesignated EC-130E in 1976.
					Converted to HC-130P.  This was the only Hercules
					to be converted to HC-130P, and other planned conversions
					were cancelled.
				1864 (c/n 382-3828) to AMARC as CF0286 May 21, 2008
				1865 (c/n 382-3829) destroyed in mortar attack, Dak To, SVN Nov 15, 1967
				1866 (c/n 382-3830) to AMARC as CF0303 Sep 16, 2008.
62-1867/1871		Martin XSM-68B Titan II missiles
				Redesignated LGM-25C in 1962
				1867 (N-32) launched from Cape Canaveral Feb 26, 1964
				1868 (N-33) launched from Cape Canaveral Mar 23, 1964
				1869/1871 (N-34/36) not built.
62-1872/2105		Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois
				c/n c/n 392/625.
				Many to FMS (Honduras, Norway, Panama, Peru, Paraguay, South Vietnam, South
					Korea, Singapore, Uruguay)
				1876 (c/n 396) at SEAL museum, Fort Pierce, FL Jan 2008
				1879 (c/n 399) lost in Vietnam Jun 29, 1964.  4 KIA
				1880 (c/n 400) lost in Vietnam Jan 18, 1964.  2 KIA.
				1881 (c/n 401) to MASDC as XA0206 Jul 14, 1976.  To N58HP of Missouri Civil Defense Agency.
					To Vintage Aircraft Museum, Helicsa Jun 29, 1995.
				1884 (c/n 404) to MASDC as XA0248 Mar 2, 1977.  In storage at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, Alabama
					in Mar 2002.
				1885 (c/n 405) to MASDC as XA0210 Jul 19, 1976, to HF0134 Sep 5, 1979.
				1887 (c/n 407) to civil registry as N91320
				1888 (c/n 408) to MASDC as XA0211 Jul 19, 1976.  Became N5023U, then EC-EOI
				1890 (c/n 410) to MASDC as XA0117 Jan 14, 1976.  To N333WN.  In 2011 was being restored back to flying condition and will
					be marked as 62-1890 once again.
				1891 (c/n 411) to MASDC as XA0216 Sep 10, 1976.  To Singapore AF
				1894 (c/n 414) to MASDC as XA0146 May 5, 1976.  To N64CC
				1895 (c/n 415) to MASDC as XA0123 Jan 18, 1976
				1896 (c/n 416) to MASDC as XA0138 Feb 13, 1976.  To Honduras AF in 1976 as FAH 902
				1902 (c/n 422) to MASDC as XA0199 Jul 8, 1976, to HF0128 Sep 5, 1979.  To N10SP
				1906 (c/n 426) to MASDC as XA0096 Nov 25, 1975.  To civil registry as TI-SPP, then to N4242T.
				1907 (c/n 427) lost in Vietnam Feb 7, 1965.  
				1908 (c/n 428) transferred to NASA as N414NA
				1912 (c/n 432) to MASDC as XA0180 Jun 4, 1976.  To N70547
				1916 (c/n 436) lost in Vietnam Apr 10, 1964.  4 KIA
				1917 (c/n 437) to MASDC as XA0029 Aug 9, 1973, to HF0078 Sep 4, 1979.
				1918 (c/n 438) to MASDC as XA0249 Apr 12, 1977  To Singapore AF
				1919 (c/n 439) lost in Vietnam Jun 29, 1964.  4 KIA.
				1920 (c/n 440) on static display at US Army Reserve Center at Willow
					Grove NAS, PA.
				1921 (c/n 441) to MASDC as XA0203 Jul 14, 1976, to HF0130 Sep 5, 1979.
				1923 (c/n 443) to MASDC as XA0230 Sep 20, 1976.  To N22961, to US registry as N129RA.
				1929 (c/n 449) to MASDC as XA0125 Jan 23, 1976, to HF0117 Sep 5, 1979.
				1931 (c/n 451) to civil registry as N91284
				1933 (c/n 453) to MASDC as XA0158 May 17, 1976
				1934 (c/n 454) to MASDC as XA0181 Jun 4, 1976.  to civil registry as N6NJ, then N206NJ
				1935 (c/n 455) to MASDC as XA0086 Nov 21, 1976.  To HP-999
				1936 (c/n 456) to MASDC as XA0075 Sep 18, 1975.
				1937 (c/n 457) to MASDC as XA0057 Nov 20, 1973.  To RNoAF as 937
				1944 (c/n 464) to MASDC as XA0148 May 10, 1976.  To civil registry as N83895
				1946 (c/n 466) lost in Vietnam Jan 17, 1964.  4 KIA
				1948 (c/n 468) tp MASDC as XA01224 Jan 19, 1976
				1950 (c/n 470) to MASDC as XA0200 Jul 8, 1976, to HF0129 Sep 5, 1979.
				1953 (c/n 473) to N50023 with State of Georgia Department of Transportation.
				1954 (c/n 474) to MASDC as XA0217 Sep 10, 1976
				1956 (c/n 476) to MASDC as XA0100 Nov 25, 1975. Was N841M; registration cancelled Jan 7, 2004 on
					sale to owner in Japan.  Seen in Illinois in 2006, still with registration N841M
				1960 (c/n 480) to MASDC as XA0084 Nov 19 1975.  To N1565F.  Became N807SB, registration cancelled Nov 15, 2000.  
					Registration restored Nov 9, 2004.
				1961 (c/n 481) lost in Vietnam Mar 9, 1964.  2 KIA
				1963 (c/n 483) lost in Vietnam Mar 15, 1964.  4 KIA
				1968 (c/n 488) to civil registry as N98F Dec 1, 2004
				1970 (c/n 490) to MASDC as XA0034 Aug 13, 1973, to HF0088 Sep 5, 1979.  Seen at Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage, CA
					Oct 2007.  
				1971 (c/n 491) to MASDC as XA0023 Aug 9, 1973, to HF0080 Sep 5, 1975, to XA0268 Mar 3, 1981.
				1974 (c/n 494) to MASDC as XA0209 Jul 19, 1976, to HF0133 Sep 5, 1979
				1977 (c/n 497) to MASDC as XA0159 May 17, 1976.
				1980 (c/n 500) to MASDC as XA0212 Jul 19, 1976
				1984 (c/n 504) to MASDC as XA0097 Nov 25, 1975.  To N332WN with State of Washington.  Was at Pearson Air Park
					Museum, Vancouver, WA Aug 17, 1994
				1985 (c/n 505) to MASDC as XA0233 Sep 27, 1976.  To Singapore AF
				1986 (c/n 506) noted Feb 2005 at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, AL.
					Severely damaged by hurricanes fall 2005, noted Mar 2006 in derelict condition.
				1991 (c/n 511) to MASDC as XA0186 Jul 11, 1976.  To N2266T
				1994 (c/n 514) to Norwegian AF as SI-B. (339th Sqn) DBR in Norway Jun 16, 1971. Sold to civil registry as 
					N6180A. Rebuilt.
				1996 (c/n 516) to civil registry as N198HM as firefighter.
				2000 (c/n 520) converted to GUH-1B.
				2007 (c/n 527) to MASDC as XA0160 May 17, 1976.  To Republic of Korea
				2010 (c/n 530) at FT Campbell, KY
				2018 (c/n 538) on display Feb 2009 at Alabama welcome center/rest stop at
					US 231 North between Cottondale, FL and Dothan, AL.
				2025 (c/n 545) to MASDC as XA0055 Nov 8, 1973.  To RNoAF
				2026 (c/n 546) to MASDC asd XA0139 Apr 18, 1976.  To N328WN
				2031 (c/n 551) to MASDC as XA0099 Nov 25, 1975.  To civil registry as N91350
				2034 (c/n 554) to MASDC as XA0171 May 20, 1976.  To civil registry as N87729, then 
					N97HM with Tollhouse Energy Co, Bellingham, WA., then 204UH with Gitmo Holdings LLC, Stevensville, Montana.
					Suffered inflight failure during logging operations near Detroit, Oregon and crashed after tree strike
					Sep 16, 2013.  One killed.
				2039 (c/n 559) to MASDC as XA0116 Jan 12, 1976
				2040 (c/n 560) to MASDC as XA0065 Jun 12, 1974, to HF0106 Sep 5, 1979.
				2046 (c/n 566) used by 118th AHC in Vietnam
				2048 (c/n 568) to MASDC as XA0288 Jun 24, 1981.  To N3979C
				2051 (c/n 571) lost in Vietnam Aug 14, 1964
				2053 (c/n 573) to MASDC as XA0087 Nov 21, 1975.
				2054 (c/n 574) to Honduras AF as FAH 903 in 1976 
				2063 (c/n 583) crashed after midair collision with OH-6A at night in SVN Jul 14, 1969. 3 KIA, 1 MIA. OH-6A 
					autorotated down safely.
				2064 (c/n 584) transferred to NASA.
				2066 (c/n 586) to MASDC as XA0119 Jan 14, 1976, to HF0116 Sep 5, 1979
				2075 (c/n 595) to MASDC as XA0062 Apr 3, 1974, to HF0105 Sep 5, 1979
				2076 (c/n 596) to MASDC as XA0101 Nov 25, 1975
				2082 (c/n 602) to MASDC as XA0066 Aug 25, 1975.  To N333WN with State of Washington
				2084 (c/n 604) to MASDC as XA0182 Jun 4, 1976.  To civil registry as N832M.  Was in storage area at 
					March AFB Museum, CA.  Now flyable at March Field Air Museum, owned by Whittier Aviation Museum, 
					based at March Field.  Aircraft now based at French Valley Airport, Murrieta, CA and is
					not associated with March Field Air Museum.
				2085 (c/n 605) to MASDC as XA0115 Jan 12, 1976.  To civil registry as N83980
				2086 (c/n 606) to MASDC as XA0061 Apr 2, 1974.  To RNoAF as 86.  Registered 1976 as RNoAF detachment with UN forces
					in Lebanon.  Crashed Feb 3, 1979.
				2088 (c/n 608) to MASDC as XA0252 Apr 14, 1997.  To Singapore AF
				2089 (c/n 609) to MASDC as XA0188 Jun 17, 1976.  To N1525T
				2090 (c/n 610) to MASDC as XA0265 Feb 26, 1981.  To N80WF.  To MASDC as 7H0107.  To ZK-HSF. W/o Apr 22, 2004
				2094 (c/n 614) to MASDC as XA0257 Apr 27, 1977.  To Singapore AF
				2096 (c/n 616) to MASDC as XA0202 Jul 12, 1976.  To civil registry as N87765
				2097 (c/n 617) to MASDC as XA0151 May 15, 1976.  To N334WN with State of Washington.  
					Damaged in crash at Uniontown, WA Apr 25, 2005.
				2098 (c/n 618) to MASDC as XA0039 Aug 21, 1973.
				2099 (c/n 619) noted Mar 8, 2005 on display at Ozark Gate to Yano Hall, Ft. Rucker, Alabama
				2101 (c/n 621) to MASDC as XA0127 Jan 23, 1976. to HF0119 Sep 5, 1979, to XA0267 Mar 3, 1981.
				2103 (c/n 623) to MASDC as XA0150 May 13, 1976.  To Republic of Korea
				2104 (c/n 624) to MASDC as XA0093 Nov 23, 1975, to HF0114 Sep 5, 1979.
				2105 (c/n 625) to MASDC as XA0090 Nov 23, 1975.  To Uruguayan AF as 064.  Wreck noted at Carrasco AB in 1995
62-2106/2113		Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
				c/n 4001/4008.
				2106/2109,2112,2113, converted to UH-1H
				2106 (c/n 4001) converted to UH-1H.  To MASDC as XA0315 Sep 14, 1988.
				2107 (c/n 4002) with Spanish Air Force as HE10A-1
				2109 (UH-1H, A Company 1-212th AVN) crashed 2 mi E of Samson, Alabama Jan 31, 1997
				2113 (c/n 4008) converted to GUH-1H.  To National Military Heritage Museum, Saint Joseph, Missouri
62-2114/2137		Boeing/Vertol CH-47A Chinook
				c/n B.030/053
				2114 (B.030) to MASDC as XM0025 Jan 15, 1979.  Returned to manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00263
				2115 (B.031) to MASDC as XM0013 Oct 23, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00280
				2116 (B.032) to MASDC as XM0015 Oct 26, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00282
				2117 (B.033) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00076
				2118 (B.034) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00080
				2119 (B.035) redesignated GCH-47A.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00307
				2120 (B.036) crashed Jul 29, 1970 at Fort Benning, GA
				2121 (B.037) crashed May 9, 1966 between Vung Tau and Saigon, Vietnam.
				2122 (B.038) crashed Oct 31, 1963 Carmen, New Jersey during test flight.
				2123 (B.039) to MASDC as XM0009 Jun 9, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00302
				2124 (B.040) to MASDC as XM0024 Dec 22, 1978.  Returnet to manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00308
				2125 (B.041) crashed Apr 29, 1964 at Fort Benning, GA
				2126 (B.042) crashed Mar 4, 1965
				2127 (B.043) redesignated GCH-47A.  To MASDC as XM0028 Apr 15, 1988.  Returned to manufacturer and 
					rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00293.
				2128 (B.044) to MASDC as XM0018 Nov 20, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00296.
				2129 (B.045) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00108.
				2130 (B.046) to MASDC as XM0021 Dec 2, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47C and reserialed 92-00286.
				2131 (B.047) to MASDC as XM0006 Nov 25, 1975.  Returned to manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00287.
				2132 (B.048) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00084.
				2133 (B.049) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00086
				2134 (B.050) crashed Jul 10, 1965
				2135 (B.051) to MASDC as XM0027 Jan 18, 1979.  Returned to manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24182.
				2136 (B.052) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00088.
				2137 (B.053) to MASDC as XM0011 Sep 6, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24184.
62-2138/3486		Martin AGM-12 Bullpup missiles
62-3487/3496		Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules
				3487 (c/n 282-3697) to Colombian AF as FAC 1009 in Dec 1992.  Noted withdrawn from use at Bogota, Colombia March 1996
				3488 (c/n 282-3698) for Iran under MAP as 5-101.  Later to Pakistan as 23488
					Registered as AQ-ACP, then AS-HFP.  Jumped chocks during night engine test
					run, collided with C-130E 10687 at Lahore, Pakistan Feb 1, 1979 
				3489 (c/n 282-3699) for Iran under MAP as 5-102.  Later to Pakistan as 23489.   Crashed in Pakistan Mar 4, 1970
				3490 (c/n 282-3700) for Iran under MAP as 5-103.  Later to Pakistan as 23490
					Burned during refuelling at Islamabat Jul 8, 1969.  On dump at Islamabad
					Oct 1986.
				3491 (c/n 282-3701) for Iran under MAP as 5-104.  Later to Pakistan as 23491.
					Registred as AQ-ACV.  Hit on ground Sep 10, 1998 by C-130B c.n 3781
					62-4143 Pakistan AF 34143 AS-HFQ at Rawalpindi air base, burned, W/O
				3492 (c/n 282-3702) to WC-130B, then back to C-130B.  To Pakistan AF as 23492.
				3493 (c/n 282-3707) to WC-130B, then back to C-130B.  To ground trainer at Hill AFB
				3494 (c/n 282-3708) to WC-130B, then back to C-130B.  To Pakistan AF as 23494
					Crashed Aug 17, 1988 after takeoff 7 km N of Bahawalpur airport,
					Pakistan enroute to Rawalpindi.  President Zia-ul-Haq and many senior
					officers killed.  May have been sabotage?
				3495 (c/n 282-3721) to WC-130B, then back to C-130B.  To AMARC as CF0114 Sep 10, 1992.
					To Tunisian AF as Z21119/TS-MTI
				3496 (c/n 282-3722) to WC-130B, then back to C-130B.  To Turkish AF as 23496 Apg 1992
62-3497/3580		Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
				c/n 18480/18563.
				3498/3500,3503/3516,3517/3521,3523,3524,3526
				3530,3531,3533,3534,3537,3538,3540/3554,
				3556/3559,3561,3565,3568,3569,3571/3573,
				3575/3578,3580 to KC-135R.
				3497 (c/n 18480) to AMARC as CA0108 Sep 19, 1996.  To France as C-135FR 497/93-CM May 1997.
				3500 (c/n 18483) converted to KC-135R.  Named "War Wagon" with 340th ARW in Oct 1988.
				3501 (c/n 18484) to AMARC as CA0068 Jul 7, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3506 (c/n 18489) converted to KC-135R.  Named "Cosmic Dust" with 19th ARW in Apr 1992.
				3510 (c/n 19493) converted to KC-135R.  Named "Firewalker" with 50 Operation Desert Storm mission marks in
					Jun 1992.
				3512 (c/n 18495) converted to KC-135R.  To Turkey Jul 22, 1995.
					Returned to USAF Dec 11, 1997.
				3513 (c/n 18496) converted to KC-135R and named "Heavy Metal" with 22nd ARS Jun 2001.
				3515 (c/n 18498) converted to KC-135R.
				3516 (c/n 18499) converted to KC-135R.  Loaned to France.  Seen Jul 7, 2006 at Sky Harbor Apt, AZ
					in Arizona ANG markings, 161st ARW/197th ARS. In March 2014 the tail re-painted to resemble the Arizona state 
					flag and the aircraft now known as the “Spirit of Arizona”.
				3519 (c/n 18502) converted to KC-135R.  Named "Soaring Eagle" with 319th BW in Apr 1989.
				3520 (c/n 19503) with 905 ARS/ 319ARW at Grand Forks AFB
				3522 (c/n 19505) w/o after engine explosion during ground engine maintenance
					run at Griffiss AFB, NY Mar 4, 1977.
				3525 (c/n 18508) to AMARC as CA0105 May 15, 1996.  To France as C-135FR 525/93-CN Feb 1997.
				3527 (c/n 18510) converted to KC-135E.  TO AMARC as CA0180 Feb 26, 2008
				3528 (c/n 18511) named "General Shamu" with 96th BW in Apr 1989.
				3532 (c/n 18515) named "Texas" with 917th ARS Sep 1992.  To AMARC as CA0076 Aug 5, 1993.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3534 (c/n 18517 converted to KC-135R.  Named "Cherokee Rose" with 19th ARW and on Nov 19, 1988 gained 16 world
					records.  Flown by crews from the 19th ARW, 340th ARW, 319th BW and 38rth BW, the aircraft carried 
					various weights to specified altitudes.
				3535 (c/n 18518) tested to destruction by Boeing at Wichita, KS May 1, 1970.
				3536 (c/n 18519) converted to EC-135K.  Crashed in steep terrain 
					near Kirtland AFB, NM Sept 14, 1977.  All 20 onboard killed. (ASN)
				3538 (c/n 18521) named "Valhalla Express" with 509th BW in Sep 1989.  Named "Bat Outta Hell" with 351st ARS, 
					100th ARW in 1997.
				3539 (c/n 18522) named "Running Free" with 917th ARS Sep 1992.  to AMARC as CA0118 Jan 27, 1998.  
					Converted to KC-135R.  To Turkish AF Mar 16, 1998.
				3540 (c/n 18523) converted to KC-135R
				3542 (c/n 18525) converted to KC-135R.  Named "Iron Eagle" with 93rd BW in May 1989.
				3544 (c/n 18527) converted to KC-135R.  Was the 250th KC-135R conversion.
				3546 converted to KC-135R.  To AMARC May 14, 2013
				3547 named "Rose of York" as a direct link back to B-17 42-102547
				3548 converted to KC-135R.  To AMARC Mar 14, 2013.
				3551 (c/n 18534) converted to KC-135R
				3554 (c/n 18537) named "Cherokee Rose" with 19th ARW in Oct 1989.
				3555 (c/n 18538) to AMARC as CA0087 Sep 20, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3560 (c/n 18543) to AMARC as CA0101 Jun 16, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3563 (c/n 18546) to AMARC as CA0101 Jun 16, 1994.  To Turkey as 23563 Dec 19, 1997
				3564 (c/n 18547) converted to KC-135R
				3566 converted to KC-135E
				3567 (c/n 18550) to AMARC as CA0111 Apr 29, 1997.  Converted to KC-135R and then to Turkish AF as 25367 Apr 24, 1998.
				3568 (c/n 18551) converted to KC-135R.  To Turkish AF Jul 22, 1995.
					Returned to USAF Dec 11, 1997.
				3569 (c/n 18552) Named “City of Wichita” with 91st ARS in 1972.
				3570 (c/n 18553) converted to EC-135G airborne launch control center.  To AMARC Jun 23, 1992 as CA0024.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3574 (c/n 18557) to AMARC as CA0112 May 5, 1997.  To Boeing Aug 15, 1997.
				3578 (c/n 38561) converted to KC-135R.  Named "Miss Spokane"  with 92nd Wing in May 1992.
				3579 (c/n 18562) converted to EC-135G airborne launch control center.  To AMARC Jun 16, 1992 as CA0023.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
62-3581/3585		Boeing KC-135B-BN Stratotanker
				c/n 18564/18568.  Flying command post.  All later redesignated EC-135C.
				3581 (c/n 18564) redesignated EC-135C.  To AMARC as CA0127 Feb 10, 1999.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3582 now WC-135C.   scheduled for AMARC Oct 1998, but still in service at Offutt AFB Apr 2014.
				3583 (c/n 18566) redesignated EC-135C.  To AMARC May 26, 1992 as CA0019.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3584 (c/n 18567) converted to EC-135J.  Overshot runway at Pope AFB, NC, undercarriage
					collapsed, and fuselage broke into two May 29, 1992.  
					Remains moved to Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
				3585 (c/n 18568) redesignated EC-135C.  To AMARC Jun 2, 1998 as CA0123.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
62-3586/3597		Douglas PGM-17 Thor missiles
				3586 (vehicle number 361) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Apr Dec 4, 1962.
				3587 (vehicle number 362) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jun 13, 1963.
				3588 (vehicle number 363) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch classified mission from
					Vandenberg AFB Jan 16, 1963.  Success
				3589 (vehicle number 364) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB May 18, 1963.
				3590 (vehicle number 365) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch Injun 3 satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Dec 12, 1962.
				3591 (vehicle number 366) used as first stage of Thor Delta B #18 to launch TELSTAR 2 May 7, 1963.
					Success
				3592 (vehicle number 367) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch CORONA from
					Vandenberg AFB Nov 24, 1962.  Success
				3593 (vehicle number 368) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Dec 14, 1962.
				3594 (vehicle number 369) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jan 7, 1963.
				3595 (vehicle number 370) used as first stage of Thor Delta B #20 to launch SYNCOM 2 
					Jul 26, 1963.  Success.
				3596 (vehicle number 371) used as first stage of Thor Delta B #22 to launch TIROS-8
					Dec 21, 1963.  Success
				3597 (vehicle number 372) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Apr 26, 1963.
62-3598/3602		Boeing LGM-30 Minuteman missiles
62-3603/3608		Helio U-10A
				3603 (c/n 532) was purchased from civil registry as N4181D.  To MASDC as HK009 Oct 5, 1970.  Later released to
					civil registry as N44953
				3604 (c/n 527) was purchased from civil registry as N4176D.  Back to civil registry as N1401X, then to N5525G,
					then to N814BS
				3605 (c/n 536) w/o Mar 1971
				3606 (c/n 540) to civil registry as N11619.  Put on display at Hurlburt Field, FL
				3607 (c/n 538) to civil registry as N6265
				3608 (c/n 537) w/o Oct 1962.
62-3609/3752		Northrop T-38A-45-NO Talon
				c/n N.5314/5457.
				3614,3627,3632,3641,3660,3673,3678,3703,
					3715,3738,3746,3752 converted to AT-38B.
				3623,3625,3626,3629,3645,3654,3657,3665,
					2674,3689,3601,3717,3720,3730,3750 leased
					to Taiwan
				3609 (c/n N.5314) w/o 1965
				3610 (c/n N.5315) to AMARC as TF0141 Jul 23, 1992.  To National
					Aviation Museum, Tulsa, OK.  Back to AMARC as TF0328
					May 13, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3611 (c/n N.5316) to Turkish AF as 2-611
				3612 (c/n N.5317) w/o 1965.
				3613 (c/n N.5318) w/o 1963
				3614 (c/n N.5319) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0069 Mar 29, 1991
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3615 (c/n N.5320) to AMARC as TF0206 Jul 14, 1993.  FMS to South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 8, 2010.
				3616 (c/n N.5321) to AMARC as TF0142 Jul 23, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3617 (c/n N.5322) to Turkish AF as 2-617
				3618 (c/n N.5323) to AMARC as TF0196 Jul 2, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3619 (c/n N.5324) to Turkish AF as 2-619
				3620 (c/n N.5325) to AMARC as TF0145 Jul 27, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3621 (c/n N.5326) to Turkish AF as 2-621.  Crashed Jan 14, 1987 2 mi S of 
					Ciglia AB, Ixmir, Turkey.  Instructor killed, student survived
				3622 (c/n N.5327) w/o 1971
				3623 (c/n N.5328) to AMARC as TF0183 Jun 23, 1993.  To Taiwan.  Has been returned, noted with 71st FTW Jun 2003
					To AMARC as as TF0342 Sep 14, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3624 (c/n N.5329) to Turkish AF as 2-624
				3625 (c/n N.5330) to AMARC as TF0225 Aug 30, 1993.  To US Navy as 623625.  Struck off USN charge Sep 27, 2006
				3626 (c/n N.5331) to AMARC as TF0063 Mar 26, 1992.  to Taiwan.  Has been returned, noted with 71st 
					FTW May 2003.  To AMARC as TF0355 May 7, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3627 (c/n N.5332) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0063 Mar 26, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3628 (c/n N.5333)to AMARC as TF0231 Jun 10, 1994.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3629 (c/n N.5334) to AMARC as TF0204 Jul 14, 1993.  To Taiwan.  to AMARC as TF0337 Sep 7, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3630 (c/n N.5335) to Turkish AF as 2-630
				3631 (c/n N.5336) to AMARC as TF0317 Feb 6, 1996
				3633 (c/n N.5338) to AMARC as TF0182 Jun 23, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3634 (c/n N.5339) to AMARC as TF0321 May 15, 1996.  Was instructional airfrrame at Hill AFB, Utah in Aug 2011
					and moved in May 2014 to Western Sky Aviation Warbird Museum, St George, Utah.
				3635 (c/n N.5340) w/o 1963
				3636 (c/n N.5341) to AMARC as TF0124 Jul 13, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3637 (c/n N.5342) to AMARC as TF0172 Jun 14, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3638 (c/n N.5343) to AMARC as TF0128 Jul 16, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3639 (c/n N.5344, 6510th TW) w/o May 22, 1987	
				3640 at Whiteman AFB, MO
				3641 (c/n N.5346) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0090 Jun 21, 1991.
					Returned to serviced with 49th FW.
				3644 (c/n N.5349) to Turkish AF as 2-644
				3645 (c/n N.5350) to MASDC as TF0152 May 29, 1992.  Was at Frontiers of Flight Museum, Love Field, Dallas, TX in 2008
				3646 (c/n N.5351) to AMARC as TF0226 Sep 30, 1993.  Leased to South Korean AF.    
					Returned to AMARC Jul 9, 2008 as TF0357.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3647 to Turkish AF as 23647
				3648 (c/n N.5353) to AMARC as TF0121 Jul 9, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 
				3649 (c/n N.5354) to Turkish AF as 2-649
				3650 (c/n N.5355) to AMARC as TF0159 May 26, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3651 (c/n N.5356) to AMARC as TF0179 Jun 18, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3652 (c/n N.5357) to AMARC as TF0279 Oct 3, 1994.  Feased to South 
					Korean AF.  Returned to AMARC as TF0356 Jul 8, 2008.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3653 (c/n N.5358) to AMARC as TF0305 Dec 8, 1995
				3654 (c/n N.5359) to MAMARC as TF0197 Jul 17, 1993.  To Taiwan.  Back to AMARC as TF0345 Sep 21, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 
				3656 (c/n N.5361) to Turkish AF as 2-656
				3657 (c/n N.5362) to Taiwan.  Has been returned, noted with 71st FTW Aug 2003.
					To AMARC as TF0344 Sep 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3658 (c/n N.5363) w/o 1966
				3659 (c/n N.5364) to AMARC as TF0164 Jun 1, 1993.  Noted summer 2004 at Pacific Coast Air Museum,
					Santa Rosa, CA
				3660 (c/n N.5365) to MASDC as TF0011.  Returned to service
				3661 (c/n N.5366) to Turkish AF as 2-661
				3662 (c/n N.5367) to AMARC as TF0243 Sep 14, 1994.  Leased to 
					South Korean AF.  Returned to AMARC as TF0358 Jul 1, 2008
				3663 (c/n N.5368) to AMARC as TF0151 Jul 30, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3664 (c/n N.5369) w/o 1966
				3665 (c/n N.5370) to AMARC as TF0180 Jun 18k 1993.  To Taiwan. To AMARC as TF0353 Apr 23, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3666 to Turkish AF as 23666
				3667 (c/n N.5372) to Turkish AF as 2-667
				3668 (c/n N.5373) to AMARC as TF0248 Sep 15, 1994.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3669 (c/n N.5374) to AMARC as TF0123 Jul 13, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3670 (c/n N.5375) w/o 1966
				3671 (c/n N.5376) to AMARC as TF0176 Jun 15, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3672 (c/n N.5377) to AMARC as TF0132 Jul 17, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3673 (c/n N.5378) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0092 Jul 3, 1991.
					To Luddington, MI for display
				3674 (c/n N.5379) to Taiwan.  Has been returned, noted with 71st FTW May 2003.
					To AMARC as as TF0338 Sep 7, 2006.  
				3675 (c/n N.5380) to Turkish AF as 2-675
				3676 (c/n N.5381) w/o 1965.
				3677 (c/n N.5382) to AMARC as TF0218 Jul 27, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3678 (c/n N.5383) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0097 Jul 19, 1991.
					Returned to service with 49th FW.
				3679 (c/n N.5384) to AMARC as TF0198 Jul 7, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3680 (c/n N.5385) to AMARC as TF0271 Sep 21, 1994.  Leased to 
					South Korean AF.  Returned to AMARC as TF0359 Jul 8, 2008.
				3681 (c/n N.5386) to AMARC as TF0186 Jun 25, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3682 (c/n N.5387, 3500th PTW) crashed prior landing 1.5 mi S of Reese AFB, TX Feb 24, 1972. Pilot ejected 
					too late and killed.
				3683 (c/n N.5388) to AMARC as TF0259 Sep 19, 1994.  To South Korea.  To AMARC as
					TF0360  Jul 1, 2008
				3684 (c/n N.5389) w/o 1964
				3685 (c/n N.5390) to AMARC as TF0171 Jun 14, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3686 (c/n N.5391) to AMARC as TF0241 Sep 14, 1994.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3687 (c/n N.5392) w/o 1964.
				3688 (c/n N.5393) to Turkish AF as 2-688
				3689 (c/n N.5394) to AMARC as TF0235.  To Taiwan.  Has been returned, noted with 71st FTW Aug 2003.
					To AMARC as TF0333 Sep 5, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3690 (c/n N5395) with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO
				3691 (c/n N.5396) to AMARC as TF0250 Sep 15, 1994.  To South Korea. To AMARC Jan 7, 2010
				3693 (c/n N.5398) to Turkish AF as 2-693
				3694 (c/n N.5399) w/o 1967
				3696 (c/n N.5401) to Turkish AF as 2-696
				3697 (c/n N.5402) to AMARC as TF0253 Sep 16, 1994.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3698 (c/n N.5403) to AMARC as TF0173 Jun 15, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3699 (c/n N.5404) to AMARC as TF0307 Dec 8, 1995.  To South Korean AF and returned to
					AMARC as TF0361 Jul 12, 2008.
				3700 (c/n N.5405, 3500th PTW) on landing veered from runway and groundlooped at Reese AFB, TX Mar 7, 1972. 
					1 killed, 1 injured.
				3701 (c/n N.5406) to AMARC as TF0336 Sep 7, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3702 (c/n N.5407) to AMARC as TF0216 Jul 23, 1993.  To South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 14, 2010.  To Holloman AFB
					via 377SGT-F N941NA for aggressor rebuild.
				3703 to T-38C
				3705 (c/n N.5410) noted stored at Williams-Gateway AP, AZ June 2002.  Was trucked away Dec 20, 2005.  Don't know
					where it is now.
				3706 (c/n N.5411) to AMARC as TF0254 Sep 16, 1994. To South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 12, 2010
				3707 (c/n N.5412) w/o 1965
				3708 (c/n N.5413) to Turkish AF as 2-708
				3709 (c/n N.5414) to AMARC as TF0162 May 27, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3710 (c/n N.5415) w/o 1970
				3711 (c/n N.5416) to Turkish AF as 2-711
				3713 (c/n N.5418) to Turkish AF as 2-713
				3714 (c/n N.5419) to AMARC as TF0207 Jul 15, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3715 (c/n N.5420) to AT-38B
				3716 (c/n N.5421) to AMARC as TF0215 Jul 22, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3717 (c/n N.5422) to AMARC as TF0205 Jul 14, 1993.  To Taiwan.  Back to AMARC as TF0329 Aug 30, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3718 (c/n N.5423) to Turkish AF as 2-718
				3719 (c/n N.5424) to Turkish AF as 2-719
				3720 (c/n N.5425) to AMARC as TF0334 Sep 5, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3721 (c/n N.5426) to Turkish AF as 2-721
				3722 (c/n N.5427) to AMARC as TF0131 May 9, 1992.  To South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 13, 2010
				3723 (c/n N.5428) noted Mar 2004 on display at Birmingham IAP, AL
				3724 (c/n N.5429) to AMARC as TF0143 Jul 27, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3725 (c/n N.5430) to AMARC as TF0184 Jun 24, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3726 (c/n N.5431) w/o 1971
				3727 (c/n N.5432) to Turkish AF as 2-727.  Crashed May 9, 1989.  Crew survived
				3728 (c/n N.5433) to Turkish AF as 2-728.
				3729 (c/n N.5434) to Turkish AF as 2-729.
				3730 (c/n N.5435) to AMARC as TF0214 Jul 22, 1993.  To Taiwain.  Back to AMARC as TF0352 Apr 16, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3731 (c/n N.5436) w/o 1969
				3732 (c/n N.5437) to AMARC as TF0146 Jul 28, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3733 (c/n N.5438) to AMARC as TF0134 Jul 20, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3734 (c/n N.5439) to Turkish AF as 2-734
				3735 (c/n N.5440) w/o 1967
				3736 (c/n N.5441) to AMARC as TF0127 Jul 16, 1992
				3737 (c/n N.5442) to Turkish AF as 2-737
				3738 (c/n N.5443) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0112 Sep 6, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3739 (c/n N.5444) to Turkish AF as 2-739
				3740 (c/n N.5445) to Turkish AF as 2-740
				3741 (c/n N.5446) to AMARC as TF0150 Jul 30, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3742 (c/n N.5447) to AMARC as TF0165 Jun 2, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3743 (c/n N.5448) to Turkish AF as 2-743
				3744 (c/n N.5449) to Turkish AF as 2-744
				3745 (c/n N.5450) to AMARC as TF0193 Jun 30, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3746 (c/n N.5451, AT-38B, 412nd TW) crashed after midair collision with F-16 Oct 22, 1997. Both crew killed.
				3747 (c/n N.5452) to AMARC as as TF0194 Jun 30, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3748 (c/n N.5453) to Turkish AF as 2-748
				3749 (c/n N.5454) to Turkish AF as 2-749
				3750 (c/n N.5455) to Taiwan.  Has been returned, noted with 71st FTW Aug 2003.
					To AMARC as TF0343 Sep 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3751 (c/n N.5456) to Turkish aF as 2-751
				3752 (c/n N.5457) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0061 Mar 22, 1991.  Returned to service
62-3753/3755		Lockheed HC-130B Hercules
				C/N 3745,3763,3773 
				Purchased on USAF contract as addendum aircraft specifically for US Coast Guard.
				To US Coast Guard as 1349,1350,1351
62-3756/3790		Hiller OH-23D Raven
				3756 to MASDC as XG0244 Jun 9, 1972.  To N62458
				3757 to MASDC as XG0030 Sep 16, 1971.  To N75HS
				3761 (c/n 1409) became N86659.  Registration cancelled Feb 9, 2007
					as withdrawn from use.
				3762 to MASDC as XG0191 Mar 16, 1972.
				3763 to MASDC as XG0161 Feb 28, 1972.
				3765 to MASDC as XG0193 Mar 16, 1972
				3769 (c/n 1417) at American Museum and Education Center, West Chester, Pennsylvania
				3770 to MASDC as XG0294 Oct 18, 1972.  To XG294.
				3771 to MASDC as XG0297 Oct 18, 1972.  To N62375
				3772 to MASDC as XG0245 Jun 9, 1972.  To N68034
				3773 to MASDC as XG0260 Jul 27, 1972.  To N3422F
				3774 to MASDC as XG0293 Oct 18, 1972.  To N47063
				3775 to MASDC as XG0423 Oct 16, 1972.  To N3416F
				3780 to N57987
				3784 to MASDC as XG0273 Sep 1, 1972
				3789 to MASDC as XG0160 Feb 28, 1972.  To N62522
				3790 to MASDC as XG0323 Nov 8, 1972.  To N62455
62-3791/3831		Hiller OH-23G Raven
				3791 was on static display at Ft. Sill, OK Mar 1986.
				3792 to MASDC as Xg0056 Oct 27, 1971
				3798 to MASDC as XG0058 Nov 3, 1971.
				3799 to MASDC as XG0406 May 4, 1973.  To N95585
				3804 to MASDC as XG0052 Oct 20, 1971.  To N48079
				3805 to MASDC as XG0139 Jan 20, 1972.  To N48234
				3806 to MASDC as XG0283 Oct 10, 1972.  To N17707
				3807 to MASDC as XG0097 Dec 13, 1971.  To N62409
				3808 to MASDC as XG0135 Jan 19, 1972.  To N81960
				3811 to MASDC as XG0047 Oct 20, 1971.  To N602RA
				3812 (c/n 1460) noted May 2006 on display at Connecticut Historical Aviation
					Collection (New England Air Museum), Windsor Locks, CT
				3813 (B Co/123 Avn 23 INF) shot down by ground fire Apr 8, 1968, South Vietnam.  2 KIA, 1 injured.
				3814 to MASDC as XG0065 Nov 10, 1971
				3817 to MASDC as XG0091 Nov 14, 1971
				3826 to MASDC as XG0053 Oct 20, 1971.  To N67662
				3829 to MASDC as XG0115 Dec 17, 1971
				3831 to MASDC as XG0098 Dec 13, 1971.  To N16PC
62-3832/3875		Beechcraft U-8F Seminole
				c/n LF.30/LF.73
				3833 (c/n LF.31) to civil registry as N5079D
				3834 (c/n LF.32) to civil registry as N5078U
				3835 (c/n LF.33) to civil registry as N101EG
				3836 (c/n LF.34) to civil registry as N116MP
				3837 (c/n LF.35) to civil registry as N5080G
				3838 (c/n LF.36) reported Spring 2004 at Kansas Aviation Museum, Wichita, KS
				3839 (c/n LF.37) w/o Oct 19, 1983
				3840 (c/n LF.38) to civil registry as N840S
				3841 (c/n LF.39) to civil registry as N51779
				3843 (c/n LF.41) to civil registry as N7089E
				3844 (c/n LF.42) to civil registry as N7890Z, then N844N
				3847 (c/n LF.45) to civil registry as NN441MC
				3850 (c/n LF.48) to civil registry as NN49DJ
				3851 (c/n LF.49) to civil registry as N7034E
				3852 (c/n LF.50) to civil registry as N103MP
				3853 (c/n LF.51) to civil registry as N4035X.  N4035X became C-FVTR and later reverted to 
					N4035X.   Reported sold to an owner in Venezuela November 2003
				3854 (c/n LF.52) to civil registry as N5079E
				3855 (c/n LF.53) ferried to New Zealand
					as N5079G and then used for spare parts.
					Found derelict in field as NZPM in April 2000. Cockpit section now undergoing
					conversion to a flight simulator.
				3856 (c/n LF.54) to civil registry as N442MC
				3857 (c/n LF.55) registration N8051H reserved Aug 27, 2003.
				3858 (c/n LF.56) to civil registry as N115HP
				3859 (c/n LF.57) w/o Sep 14, 1970
				3861 (c/n LF.59) to civil registry as N5080L
				3862 (c/n LF.60) to civil registry as N5078J
				3863 (c/n LF.61) to civil registry as N16BN
				3864 (c/n LF.62) to civil registry as N777ZA.  N777GA reserved Jun 2002.  Reported sold to
					owner in Venezuela Jun 2003.
				3865 (c/n LF.63) w/o Oct 29, 1970
				3866 (c/n LF.64) to civil registry as N62069
				3868 (c/n LF.66) registration N23868 cancelled Oct 2002 on sale to owner in Colombia.
				3869 (c/n LF.67) became N5246Y, registration cancelled by FAA Apr 13, 2005
					as "destroyed", but probably parted out and scrapped.
				3670 (c/n LF.68) to civil registry as N111AR
				3871 (c/n LF.69) to civil registry as N5078L
				3872 (c/n LF.70) to civil registry as N51UC, then N15SD Feb 1994.
				3873 (c/n LF.71) to civil registry as N142TP
				3874 (c/n LF.72) w/o Apr 27, 1973
				3875 (c/n LF.73) to civil registry as N7035C.  On civl registry in May 2011 as N41HW 
62-3876/3878		Lockheed Agena B/SRM-81
62-3879/4124		Hughes AIM-4 Falcon
62-4125/4139		Boeing C-135B-BN Stratolifter
				c/n 18465/18479.
				4125 converted to VC-135B.  Reverted to C-135B.  Modified to MDS RC-135W 'Rivet Joint" electronic
					intelligence aircraft
				4126 to VC-135B.  Reverted to C-135B.  4126 will be converted to TC-135S in Jan 2004.
					By Nov 2006 had been converted to RC-135W
				4127 to VC-135B.  Reverted to C-135B.  Undergoing conversion to MDS TC-135W trainer for Rivet Joint fleet
				4128 to EC-135N.  Converted to Cobra Eye as RC-135X.  Then converted
					to RC-135S Cobra Ball II, which is used to monitor other nations' missile tests.	
				4129 to VC-135B.  to TC-135W.  Is a flight crew trainer for Rivet Joint (RC-135V/W) 
					crews.  Has no intelligence-gathering equipment
				4130 converted to VC-135B.  4130 reverted to C-135B.  Modified to MDS RC-135W 'Rivet Joint' electronic
					intelligence aircraft.		
				4131 to RC-135M and then to RC-135W 'Rivet Joint' electronic intelligence aircraft.
				4132 to RC-135M and then to RC-135W 'Rivet Joint' electronic intelligence aircraft.
					with 763rd ERS, clocked its 50,000th flight hour Mar 12, 2008
					during mission over Afghanistan
				4133 converted to TC-135S flight crew trainer for Cobra Ball (RC-135S) crews.  Has no
					intelligence-gathering equipment.  Will later be converted to RC-135W 'Rivet Joint' electronic 
					intelligence aircraftand will be replaced as TC-135S by 62-4126.
				4134 (c/n 18474) to RC-135M and then to RC-135W 'Rivet Joint' electronic intelligence aircraft.  Named "Wild Thing"
					with 55th SRW in Aug 1989.
				4135 to RC-135M and then to RC-135W 'Rivet Joint' electronic intelligence aircraft.
				4136 crashed short of runway during landing at at NAS 
					Leeward Point, Cuba Oct 23, 1962.
				4137 (c/n 18477) to RC-135E Rivet Amber.  Vanished without a trace Jun 5, 1969 Bering Sea near
					Alaska.  19 on board.
				4138 to RC-135M and then to RC-135W Rivet Joint electronic intelligence aircraft.
				4139 (c/n 18479) to RC-135M and then to RC-135W Rivet Joint electronic intelligence aircraft.  Named "Bet On It" with
					55th SRW in May 1998.   To Aeronautical Systems Center, Greenville, TX Feb 14, 2005
					to be upgraded to "Rivet Glass" configuration.
62-4140/4143		Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules 
				C/N 282-3751,3766,3768,3781.  For Pakistan under MAP 
				4140 (c/n 282-3751) 
				4141 (c/n 282-3766)
				4142 (c/n 282-3768) to Pakistan AF in 1963 as 24142. Crashed into a mountain in Pakistan Jul 15, 1966. 10 killed.
				4143 (c/n 282-3781) to Pakistan AF Mar 1973 as 24143, then registered as AS-HFO
					Aug 1984.  Collided with C-130B, c/n 3701, PAF 23491, AQ-ACV
					Sep 10, 1998 on ground at Rawalpindi air base when wheel well fire
					caused brake failure.  Burned and W/O.
62-4144/4196		de Havilland of Canada AC-1A-DH Caribou
				Redesignated CV-2B in 1962 and C-7B in 1968 upon transfer to USAF 
				4144 (c/n 79) to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				4145 (c/n 80) registered as N9013M.  Supposedly operated with Chieftain Air,
					reputedly a covert operation run out of Africa in the late 1980s.
					Now with Pen Turbo Aviation, Inc of Rio Grande, NJ.  Wings and horizontal
					stabilizer givento N1017H (c/n 243)
				4146 (c/n 81) transferred to Costa Rica Security Police as MSP001.  At Museo De Aviacion at San Jose
					IAP Nov 2007.  Not sure that this is correct, since MSP0018 is a Grand Commander.
				4147 (c/n 82) to RCV-2B for an intelligence-gathering
					project.  Transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972
				4148 (c/n 84) crashed in Ashau Valley, SVN in 1965.
				4149 (c/n 85) To Air America as 149 May 27, 1974.  Returned to US Army.  To USAF in 1967 and redesignated C-7B.  To ANG in 1976, then to Army National
					Guard 1987.   on civil registry as N9224Q (or N9249Q) Aug 2, 1995, then in 1999 to 
					Army Aviation Heritage Foundation in 1999 as N149HF.  Spent two years in Australia, not
					sure if it got an Australian civil registration.  Owned by Catalina Flying Boat Co. of
					Long Beach, CA, which had plans to use it to ferry cargo to small islands off California,
					but due to runway deterioration the airfields restricted landing weights, so the
					aircraft was sold to the Army Aviation Heritage Foundation, and it is used in 
					airshows.  As N149HF currently with Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, Texas.
				4150 (c/n 86) to MASDC as CM0003 Mar 6, 1976.  To US Department of Agriculture as N43897, then to New Cal
					Aviation as N92NC, later to Pen Turbo Aviation.
				4151 (c/n 87) ditched about 8 miles off Roosevelt Roads, PR Aug 14, 1964.  Recovered by Navy
					but was heavily damaged.
				4152 (c/n 88) ditched about 13 km off Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico in 1965. Recovered by Navy but w/o.
				4153 (c/n 89) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				4154 (c/n 90) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.  Captured by NVN troops at
					Tan Son Nhut AB in 1974.
				4155 (c/n 91) transferred to South Vietnam AF, later returned to USAAF
				4156 (c/n 92) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				4157 (c/n 93) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				4158 (c/n 95) to MASDC
				4159 (c/n 96) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				4160 (c/n 98) to MASDC as CM0912 in 1983.  To civil registry as N800NC.  To Jans 
					Helicopter Service in Philippines as RP-C2702
				4161 (c/n 99, 459 TAS, 483 TAW) hit by friendly fire 155mm shell while approaching
					Duc Pho Special Forces camp in Vietnam Aug 3, 1967.  3 KIA.
					There is a famous photo of the aircraft taken during its fatal
					dive into the ground.
				4162 (c/n 100) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972, returned to USAF.
				4163 (c/n 101) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				4164 (c/n 102) w/o Jul 1963 or May 1965 while still with US Army.
				4165 (c/n 103) crashed at Cai Cai, SVN May 10, 1966 while on airdrop mission
					to a Special Forces camp.
				4166 (c/n 104) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				4167 (c/n 105) crashed 12 m SW of Tuy Rhoa, SVN Nov 20, 1966
				4168 (c/n 106) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972, returned to USA and
					stored at MASDC.
				4169 (c/n 108) preserved at Hickam AFB,HI.  Reported on dump Nov 1986.
				4170 (c/n 109) damaged in wheels-up landing at Phu Cat, SVN Mar 1967.  To South
					Vietnam AF in 1972.
				4171 (c/n 110) to USAF as C-7B Jan 1967, loaned to Air America as 171 Oct 22, 1970, returned to USAF 
					Jun 30, 1971.  Later to South Vietnam AF in 1972
				4172 (c/n 111) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				4173 (c/n 112) ditched Dec 19, 1971 near Farallon Islands
					due to fuel exhaustion.  Crew survived.
				4174 (c/n 114) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972
				4175 (c/n 116, 458 TAS, 483 TAW) crashed into mountain during approach to Qui Nhon,
					South Vietnam Nov 30, 1967.  Crew of 4 and 22 passengers killed.
				4176 (c/n 117, 537 TAS, 483 TAW) crashed on takeoff from Phu Cat, Vietnam May 7, 1968.
					5 crew survived.	
				4177 (c/n 118, 457 TAS, 483 TAW) shot down by ground fire near Cambodian border
					Aug 26, 1968.  Crew of 3 KIA.
				4178 (c/n 119) transferred to South Vietnam AF, returned to USAF.  To MASDC as
					CM0005 Sep 15, 1977.  To US Department of Agriculture as N43904.  Transferred to
					US Army at MASDC as ZC0001.  To Kwajelein Missile Range.  To civil registry
					as N5463.
				4179 (c/n 120) to MASDC as CM0009 Nov 1983.  To civil registry as N214DG.
				4180 (c/n 122, 537 TAS, 483 TAW) shot down by ground fire near Dak Seang, South
					Vietnam Apr 4, 1970.  Crew of 3 KIA.
				4181 (c/n 123) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972
				4182 (c/n 124) to MASDC as CM0011 by Dec 1983.  To civil registry as N60NC
				4183 (c/n 125) transferred to South Vietnam AF.  Returned to USAF.  To MASDC
					as CM0004 Sep 13, 1977.  Loaned to US Department of Agriculture in 1977 as N43888.
					Returned to USAF at MASDC.  To civil registry as N98NC.
				4184 (c/n 126) to USAF as C-7B Jan 1967.  To Air America as 184 in 1968, returned to USAF in 1969.
					To MASDC Nov 1983.  To civil registry as N700NC Jan 17, 1986, later N702SC Dec 1969.  Crashed while 
					attempting an emergency landing at Sparrevohn, AK Jan 29, 1997. 1 killed.
				4185 (c/n 127) to MASDC Jan 1984 as CM0014.  To civil registry as C9-ATD.
				4186 (c/n 128, 537 TAS, 483 TAW) crashed in Phuoc Tuy province, South Vietnam Jul 26, 1969
					due to engine failure.  1 killed, 4 survived.
				4187 (c/n 129, 537 TAS, 483 TAW) shot down by small arms fire while en route to Special
					Forces camp near Plei Djereng, South Vietnam Sept 11, 1969.  4 crew KIA.
				4188 (c/n 130) on display at New England Air Museum, Bradley Airport, CT.
				4189 (c/n 132, 458 TAS, 483 TAW) hit by ground fire on approach to Dak To, Vietnam
					May 29, 1968 and undershot runway May 29, 1968.  Passengers and
					crew survived, but aircraft damaged beyond repair.
				4190 (c/n 133) transferred to Spanish AF as T.9-20 Oct 1981, later 353-20, later renumbered
					371-06, replacing T.9-26, and then renumbered 37-17.  To US civil registry as N56NC.
				4191 (c/n 135) transferred to Spanish AF as T.9-30 Sep 1982, later 371-10.  To US civil registry as N95NC
				4192 (c/n 136) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972. 
				4193 (c/n 138) to SUAF as C-7B Jan 1967.  To Air America as 193 Mar 1968, returne to USAF in 1968.
					Preserved at Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH.
				4194 (c/n 139)
				4195 (c/n 141) to USAF as C-7B Jan 1967.  To Air America as 195 Oct 20 1970, returned to USAF Jun 30, 1971.
					Transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972
				4196 (c/n 142) crashed on takeoff Jun 24, 1964 at Ridgeway, SC.
62-4197/4201		Lockheed C-140B-LM Jetstar
				c/n 1329-5041/5045.
				4197 (c/n 1329-5041) to AMARC as CL0007 Jul 13, 1987.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC Aug 28, 2000.
				4199 (c/n 1329-5043) to AMARC as CL0002 Feb 10, 1984
				4200 (c/n 1329-5044) to AMARC as CL0005 Jun 18, 1987.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC Aug 28, 2000.
				4201 (c/n 1329-5045) on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah.  
62-4202/4206		Bell YHO-4-BF Kiowa
				c/n 1/5.  Redesignated YOH-4A in 1962.
				4202: An article in a 1987 edition of 'FlyPast' magazine states that 
					this aircraft was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker painted with serial 
					62-4201. 
				4204 to civil registry as N532NA
				4206 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
62-4207/4211		Hiller YHO-5A-UH
				Redesignated YOH-5A in 1962
62-4212/4216		Hughes YHO-6A Cayuse
				Redesignated YOH-6A in 19672
				4212 transferred to USAF
				4213 in 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
62-4217/4237		Republic F-105D-25-RE Thunderchief
				c/n D416/D436
				4217 (44th TFS), 18th TFW) shot down by ground fire 5 mi SW of Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam Apr 4, 1965.
					Pilot ejected and became POW.
				4218 crashed Nov 21, 1965.
				4219 (357th TFS) lost Mar 7, 1966.
				4220 (44th TFS) shot down just inside North Vietnam Jun 14, 1965.  Pilot POW.
				4221 (388th TFW) lost Nov 18, 1967 15 mi W of Hanoi
				4223 (355th TFS) Jan 22, 1964 in collision with water 72 mi NW of Cherry Point, North Carolina during dive 
					bombing training.  Pilot killed
				4225 (4th TFS) crashed 9 mi E of Tyrell, North Carolina due to engine failure Feb 2, 1966.  Pilot rescued.
				4226 (563 TFS) crashed March 1, 1968 near Raymond, KS.  Pilot killed.
				4227 (388th TFW, 34th TFS) lost Jul 21, 1966.  
				4228 (c/n D427) lost by Oklahoma Reserve.  Seen inside a fenced secure area at Lackland AFB, TX in 1997.  Moved
					in 2013 from Lackland AFB to Harrison County, Georgia for display.
				4229 (VA ANG) spun and crashed into Pamlico Sound, South Carolina Aug 31, 1977.  Pilot rescued.
				4230 (355 TFW, 354 TFS) hit by small arms fire and crashed 9 mi S of Udorn, Thailand Mar 16, 1970. Pilot rescued.
				4231 (388th TFW) lost Oct 27, 1967.  Pilot POW.
				4232 (6234th TFW, 12th TFS) lost Jul 7, 1965.  
				4234 (355th TFW, 357th TFS) shot down by ground fire over Laos Dec 24, 1968.  Pilot ejected but could not 
					be rescued and MIA.
				4237 (18th TFW) landed short, hard, sheared nose gear Clark AB, Philippines Jul 26, 1965.  Pilot survived.
62-4238/4276		Republic F-105D-30-RE Thunderchief
				c/n D437/D475
				4238 (67th TFS) shot down by AAA 30 mi SW of Son La, NVN Sep 20, 1965. Pilot KIA
				4239 (354th TFS) shot down by SAM Jan 21, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				4240 (355th TFW, 333rd TFS) crashed in Vietnam Aug 3, 1967.
				4241 (18th TFW) crashed at Kadena gunnery range, Okinawa due to explosion, flameout, fire Nov 23, 1965.  Pilot rescued.
				4242 at Vance AFB, OK.
				4244 (12th TFS) crashed 22 mi NW of Kadena, Okinawa Apr 21, 1972.  Pilot killed
				4245 (12th TFS) w/o May 14, 1964 near Okino-Daito, Okinawa due to engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				4246 to MASDC as FK0006 May 21, 1975.
				4247 (67th TFS) shot down by AAA 10 mi E of Na San, NVN Sep 17, 1965. Pilot KIA.
				4248 (465th TFS) crashed 9 mi S of gunnery range, South Carolina Jul 17, 1974.  Pitch up from dive, stalled,
					crashed nose high.  Pilot killed.
				4250 (18th TFW) crashed Jan 23, 1964 at Osan, Korea during
					landing approach when throttle stuck.  Pilot killed.
				4251 (354th TFS, 355th TFW) hit by 37-mm AAA on raid in Mu Gia pass region of Laos Feb 19, 1966.  Pilot ejected
					and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				4253 (c/n D453) at Kansas ANG, Wichita, KS.  Now known as Reflections of Freedom Historical
					Airpark, McConnell AFB, KS
				4254 shot down by AAA N of Dong Hoi and ditched into Gulf of Tonkin off North Vietnam Jul 6, 1966. Pilot POW.
				4258 (354th TFS, 355th TFW) ) hit by SAM, pilot attempted to nurse the aircraft back to Thailand, but 
					forced to eject 40 miles SW of Hanoi, North Vietnam Nov 17, 1967. Pilot KIA.
				4259 seen inside a fenced secure area at Lackland AFB, TX in 1997.  At Warner Robins Museum of Aviation, Georgia
					in Nov 2010
				4261 (357th TFS) shot down 3/11/1967.  Pilot KIA.
				4262 (355th TFW, 354th TFS) hit by AAA over Kep AB, Cambodia, but ejected over Vietnam Oct 24, 1967. Pilot 
					rescued by Navy helo.
				4263 (44th TFS) crashed near Kadena, Okinawa, Sep 20, 1963.  Pilot ejected safely.
				4267 (44th TFS) crashed near Yokota AB, Japan Oct 27, 1964.  Pilot rescued.
				4272 (562nd TFS/23rd TFW) w/o 15 mi S of Furnace Creek, Dec 1, 1969.  
					Engine exploded due to faulty weld.  Pilot killed.
				4274 (357th TFS) shot down 3/4/1967.  Pilot KIA.
				4276 (335th TFS) w/o near 9 mi E of Mt Olive, North Carolina Sep 9, 1964 due to explosion and smoke in cockpit.  
					Pilot ejected safely.
62-4277/4411		Republic F-105D-31-RE Thunderchief
				c/n D476/D610)
				4277 (12th TFS) crashed near Osan AB, South Korea Mar 8, 1968 when pitched down and snap rolled.  Pilot rescued.
				4278 (388th TFW, 469th TFS) shot down by AAA over Haiphong, NVN Aug 11, 1967. Pilot POW.
				4279 seen inside a fenced secure area at Lackland AFB, TX in 1997
				4280 (388th TFW, 13th TFS) shot down in raid on railroad bridge 17 mi NE of
					Kep, North Vietnam Sep 17, 1966.  Pilot ejected but was KIA.
				4284 (465 TFS) crashed 4 mi SW of Clayton, Oklahoma Mar 12, 1976.  Pilot killed.  The aircraft was a triple
					MiG-killer during the Vietnam War.  Plane with these markings seen at Heritage Park at 
					Davis Monthan AFB, AZ in 2009, but is actually 61-0159.
				4289 (4th TFW) w/o Seymour Johnson AFB Oct 10, 1963 when eengine exploded on start.
				4290 (354th TFS) shot down by AAA S of Vinh, North Vietnam Jun 8, 1965.  Pilot rescued.
				4291 to MASDC as FK0053 Jun 26, 1981
				4293 (333rd TFS) shot down 5/11/1966.  Pilot KIA.
				4294 (354th TFS) shot down 4/25/1967.  Pilot KIA
				4295 shot down 10/5/1965.  Pilot MIA.
				4297 (355th TFW) in midair collision with helicopter 3 mi NNW of Oxford, Kansas Feb 26, 1965.  Pilot killed.
				4298 (357th TFS) shot down Jul 27, 1965 30 mi W of Hanoi.  Pilot KIA.
				4299 on display at Travis AFB museum
				4300 (469 TFS) crashed on takeoff Oct 10, 1966, Thailand.
					Pilot killed due to faulty ejection sequence
				4301 recorded ground kill of IL-28.  Now at McClellan 
					Aviation Museum, CA.
				4304 (333rd TFS) shot down 4/29/1966.  Pilot KIA
				4305 shot down 10/15/1965. Pilot MIA
				4305 shot down by MiG-17 gunfire Oct 14, 1965.
				4307 (149th TFS, Virginia ANG) lost Jun 27, 1973 after hydraulic fire in speed brake
					area.  Pilot ejected safely but landed in post-crash fire
					and was burned, but survived to fly again.
				4309 (355th TFW) crahsed 3 mi NW of of Salina, Kansas Mar 10, 1965.  Pilot ejected safely.
				4310 (412th TFS) crashed 7 mi E of Clark AFB, Philippines Jun 8, 1965.  Fire light and extreme pitch up.
					Pilot rescued.
				4313 (354th TFS) shot down 11/11/1966.  Pilot MIA.
				4314 (57th FWW) crashed Aug 30, 1972 4 mi N of Nellis AFB, Nevada when wing tank separated from 
					pylon on final approach.  Pilot rescued.
				4317 (Republic) in midar collision with 62-4321 near Kingston, NY May 2, 1963.  Pilot killed.
				4318 seen inside a fenced secure area at Lackland AFB, TX in 1997.  On display at Fairview Part, Centralia,
					Illinois since Apr 2006.
				4319 (357th TFS) shot down by AAA Jun 23, 1965.  Pilot rescued
				4320 (12th TFS) crashed 24 mi N of Kadena, Okinawa Sep 28, 1970.  Engine failed, 2 restarts, then pilot ejected
					safely.
				4321 (Republic) in midair collision with 62-4317 near Kingston, NY May 2, 1963.  Pilot killed.
				4322 (355th TFW, 421st TFS) crashed Feb 11, 1964 26 mi NE of Barstow, CA
					near Fort Irwin, CA due to engine failure and subsequent fire.  
					Pilot ejected successfully.
				4327 on pole in front of 419th FW Hill AFB, UT.  Not sure if it is
					the original, since I have a report of 4327 being w/o over
					North Vietnam Aug 8, 1966
				4328 at Arnold Air Station, TN.
				4330 (355th TFW, 333rd TFS) shot down Apr 19, 1966. Pilot MIA
				4331 shot down by MiG-17 gunfire Dec 5, 1966.
				4334 shot down by AAA over Laos Jul 28, 1967.  Pilot bailed out but was seriously injured
					and died on way to hospital.
				4335 (355th TFW, 333rd TFS) collided in midair  with F-105D 61-0181
					and crashed in Vietnam Oct 23, 1967
				4337 (67th TFS) shot down by AA near Phu Qui, North Vietnam Sep 6, 1965.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				4338 (333rd TFS) shot down 9/2/1967.  Pilot KIA.
				4339 (180 Maint Sq) crashed 52 mi NW of Yakota AB, Japan Oct 29, 1964.  Pilot recovered.
				4341  (388th TFW, 469th TFS) shot down by AAA 17 mi from Kep AB, North Vietnam Sep 25, 1966. Pilot KIA.
				4342 (357th TFS) shot down 11/5/1965.  Pilot KIA.
				4344 to MASDC as FK0051 Jun 25, 1981
				4345 (355th TFW) w/o Feb 4, 1964 33 mi SE of Eielson, Alaska in 
					collision with tree during strafing pass.  Pilot ejected safely.
				4346 seen inside a fenced secure area at Lackland AFB, TX in 1997.
				4348 (465th TFS) spun into ground 60 mi NNW of Holloman AFB, New Mexico Dec 9, 1978.  Pilot killed.
				4349 (355th TFW) crashed 15 mi NW of McConnell AFB, Kansas due to engine failure.  Pilot recovered.
				4353 (c/n D552) seen inside a fenced secure area at Lackland AFB, TX in 2008, used for security force training.  By 2012
					was sent to Freedom Aviation Museum, Pampa, Texas.
				4354 (c/n D553, 388th TFW, 13th TFS) shot down by AAA Jul 1, 1966. Pilot POW.
				4357 (357th TFS) shot down 4/10/1967.  Pilot MIA
				4359 flamed out 1.5 mi N of Bangkok TACAN Sep 12, 1968.  Pilot rescued.
				4360 on display at Tinker Air Park, OK.
				4361 was on display at Colombus, OH.  Now at American Airpower Museum, Farmingdale, NY.
				4364 formerly used in security training at Lackland AFB, in 2011 on display at Frontiers of Flight
					Museum, Dallas, Texas.
				4365 to MASDC as FK0031 Feb 26, 1981
				4371 shot down by AAA Sep 21, 1966.
				4372 (466th TFS) crashed near Alborg, Norway Aug 26, 1981 during NATO training exercise.  Pilot killed.
				4375 (c/n D-574) noted Oct 2003 at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS.
					Still there Oct 2006.  This plane was the last of its kind in
					use with any US military service when retired from the ANG
					in 1983.  It was in static display for four years at McGhee
					Tyson ANG Base, Knoxville prior to transfer to the Combat
					Air Museum in 1992.
				4381 (333rd TFS) shot down by AAA near Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam May 31, 1965.  Pilot POW
				4382 (35th TFS) crashed 9.5 mi SSE of Yakota AB, Japan Feb 1, 1967 due to explosion and loss of flight
					controls.  Pilot ejected safely.
				4383 on display at March Field Museum, CA, painted as 62-0383.
				4384 (192nd TFG) crashed near Ft Bragg, North Carolina Mar 10, 1981 due to fire and partial breakup in
					flight.  Pilot killed.
				4387 at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.
				4390 (80th TFS) w/o Mar 25, 1964 near Itazuke, Japan due to
					unintentional spin during air combat tactics.  Pilot rescued
				4392 (441 OMS) w/o Sept 8, 1964 near Atsugi NAS, Japan due to loss of control during descent.  Pilot killed.
				4396 shot down Oct 27, 1966 over NVN.  Pilot not recovered.
				4397 (8th TFW) crashed Apr 13, 1964 at Osan, Korea on GCA landing approach.  Pilot killed.
				4399 (12th TFS) crashed near Kadena AB, Japan Mar 8, 1972.  Pilot killed.
				4402 (23rd TFW) w/o June 1, 1964 17 mi SW of McConnell AFB, Kansas due to
					explosion in aft section, loss of control, and stall.  Pilot rescued.
				4403 (12th TFS) crashed 15 mi N of Kadena AB, Japan Sep 13, 1967.  Pilot killed.
				4406 (23rd TFW) crashed 21 mi S of Fallon, Kansas Nov 10, 1964 due to explosion and fire.  Pilot rescued.
				4411 to MASDC as FK0041 May 28, 1981
62-4412/4447		Republic F-105F-1-RE Thunderchief
				c/n F1/F36
				4412 (Test SQ) crashed 5 mi N of Tyndall AFB, Florida Jan 17, 1966 due to explosion and engine fire.  Both crew
					rescued.
				4413 to MASDC as FK0065 Nov 2, 1981
				4414 to MASDC as FK0066 Nov 2, 1981
				4415 slated for conversion to F-105G but later deleted.  Suffered gear-up
					landing at Tahkli AB, Thailand Apr 15, 1970.  Crew of 2 suffered
					minor injuries.
				4416 converted to F-105G.  Now on display at Plant 42, Palmdale, CA, now the
					Joe Davies Heritage Air Park
				4417 (c/n F-6) to MASDC as FK0080 Feb 1, 1982.  Then used for 
					battle repair training with 32nd TFS until end of 1989 at 
					Soesterberg, Netherlands.  Noted Jun 20, 2004 in 
					Flugausstellung Junior, Hermeskeil, Germany. It has
					been there since Oct 1995.
				4418 (c/n F007) on display at Kadena AB, Okinawa.
				4419 (23rd TFW) lost in mid-air collision with F-4 49 mi S of Pope AFB, North Carolina
					Oct 27, 1969.  Both crew killed.
				4420 (354th TFS) shot down 1/29/1967.  One crew MIA, other KIA.
				4421 (3214 OMS) crashed 17 mi S of Tyndall AFB, Florida due to uncontrollable roll Oct 14, 1966.  Pilot ejected safely.
				4422 converted to F-105G.  Cockpit section obtained from Aberdeen
					Proving Grounds  in 2005, restored in 2006 and is now a mobile
					F-105 tribute display of the Aviation Cadet Museum,
					Eureka Springs, AR.
				4423 converted to F-105G
				4424 converted to F-105G.  (388th TFW, 17th WWS) shot down May 11, 1972 by MiG-21/Atoll.
				4425 converted to F-105G.  Now on display at Blissfield, MI.
				4426 partially burned in fire at Little Rock AFB during takeoff.  Repaired but written off and put on 
					static display at George AFB until the base was closed.
					Also listed as being w/o Apr 7, 1965 with 333rd TFS at Pimlico Sd., near Cherry Point, North 
					Carolina when flew into water.  Both crew killed. 
				4427 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0016 Jul 14, 1980.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				4428 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0095 Jan 3, 1983. To 
					Upper Heyford, England as Vietnam memorial from Davis-Monthan. 
					Moved to USAF base at Croughton when Upper Heyford closed.  It is now there as a gate guard.
				4429 lost May 15, 1967.  Crew of 2 POW.
				4430 (357th TFS, 355th TFW) shot down Nov 5, 1967.  Both crewmembers ejected safely
					and became POW.  Pilot survived to be released, but EWO died in captivity, 
					reportedly due to sustained torture.  Some records list the plane as
					belonging to 333rd TFS
				4431 (49th TFW) w/o Apr 17, 1964 near Oyannaux, France due to
					inflight explosion and fire.  Both crew ejected safely.
				4432 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0093 Dec 1, 1982.
					Seen 2008 on display at Evergreen Aviation Museum, McMinnville, OR
				4434 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0013 Jul 1, 1980.  Was reported to be destined
					for Imperial War Museum, Duxford, UK.  It did not come, since 59-1822 was sent instead.
				4436 converted to F-105G.  Hit by SA-2 on Son Tay Prison Camp raid Nov 29, 1970.  Both crew ejected over 
					Laos, 106 nm N of Udorn RTAFB, Thailand and were recovred.  Plane with this serial number reported
					in 2009 was gate guard at Spangdahlem AB, Germany must be some other aircraft. 
				4437 (4th TFW) crashed into Pamlico Sound, 12 mi NE of Engelhard, North Carolina Oct 18, 1964.  Both crew rescued.
				4438 converted to F-105G.  On static display at Warner Robins Air Park
				4439 converted to F-105G
				4440 converted to F-105G.  Noted in 1990 at Hill AFB Museum
				4441 converted to F-105G
				4442 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0090 Oct 4, 1982.  
					Fuselage at Aviation Cadets Museum, Eureka Springs, AK in 2005
				4443 converted to F-105G. (388th TFW, 17th WWS) hit by its own Sidewinder over North Vietnam 
					May 11, 1972, crashed at sea.  Crew rescued.
				4444 converted to F-105G.  Now at Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Scotia, NY.
				4446 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0088 Jul 22, 1982.  On display as gate guard at Spangdahlem AB, Germany
				4447 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Apr 30, 1967.
62-4448/4502		North American T-39A-1-NO Sabreliner
				c/n 276-1/55.  (Quoted by USAF as 276-89/143)
				All converted to CT-39A except 4448,4453,4458,4460,4476,4478,4499,4502.
				4448 (7101st ABW) shot down over East Germany Jan 29, 1964 by two MiG-19s
					over Vogelsberg.  3 crew killed.
				4449 (c/n 276-2) to MASDC as TG0092.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				4450 (c/n 276-3) to MASDC as TG0006.  Reported May 2006 issue of Air Britain News to have been acquired
					by Jett Paqueteria SA for parts use
				4451 to MASDC as TG0060.  To N31403
				4452 on display at Travis AFB Museum
				4453 to N6552R
				4454 (CT-39A) to AMARC as TG0018 Aug 20, 1984.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				4455 to MASDC as TG0065 Aug 20, 1984
				4456 to MASDC as TG0056.  Noted Jan 1993 at Northrop Rice Aviation University, Los Angeles, CA.
					Noted Summer 2004 at Westwood College of Aviation Technology
					marked as N1965W.  
				4457 converted to CT-39A.  To AMARC as TG0002 Nov 10, 1983.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				4458 (c/n 276-11) crashed after collision with a C-47 at Clark AFB, Philippines Mar 25, 1965.
				4459 (c/n 276-12) to MASDC as TG0041.  Noted at Clover Park Technical College, Puyallup, Washington in Sep 2011.
				4460 (c/n 276-13) crashed near Torrejon AB, Spain Feb 28, 1970
					during unauthorized flight by Air Force instructor.  (ASN)
				4461 converted to CT-39A transport.  Noted Feb 2007 on display 
					at Warner Robins Museum.
				4462 19 Oct 1965 assigned to 20th TFW, Jan 1978 to 7086th Ops Sqdn, Oct 1978 to 58th MAS.
					To MASDC as TG0046 Dec 11, 1984
				4463 converted to CT-39A.  To AMARC as TG0100 Aug 26, 1994.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				4464 to MASDC as TG0004
				4465 on display at March Field Musuem, CA.
				4466 (c/n 276-19) to MASDC as TG0019.  Was presered Apr 1992 at Benjamin Oliver Davis Aerospace Technical
					High School, Detroit, Michigan
				4467 (CT-39A) to MASDC as TG0083.  Reported 2008 to be at Guildford Technical Community
					College Aviation Center, Greensboro, NC pianted as 66866
				4468 to MASDC as TG0020 Aug 29, 1984
				4469 to MASDC as TG0064
				4471 converted to CT-39A transport
				4472 to MASDC as TG0011
				4473 to MASDC as TG0029.  Cockpit section at Greater St. Louis Air and Space Museum.
				4474 (c/n 276-27) to MASDC as TG0027 Oct 4, 1984.  To N510TC.  Noted Apr 2012 as XA-TDX
				4475 to MASDC as TG0084
				4476 (c/n 276-29) to AMARC as TG0099 Aug 3, 1994.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				4477 to MASDC as TG0048
				4478 (c/n 276-31) on display at WPAFB Museum
				4479 (c/n 276-32) to MASDC as TG0052.  To civilian registry as N988MT
				4480 (c/n 276-33) to MASDC as TG0068.  To N24480, later N39FS.
				4481 (CT-39A) as N33UT University of Tennessee,
					Tullahoma, TN.  Registration N741MT reserved Nov 6, 2006,
					taken up Dec 22, 2006.
				4482 (c/n 276-35) was at KellyUSA (formerly Kelly AF) in disrepair.  To AMARC Jan 30, 2004 as TG0107.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				4483 to MASDC as TG0055
				4484 (c/n 276-37) on display at Kadena AB, Okinawa.
				4486 to MASDC as TG0050 Dec 28, 1984.
				4487 is supposedly the plane that Essam Al Ridy purchased for 
					Osama bin Laden from AMARC.  The plane is now on display
					at Strategic Air And Space Museum.
				4489 to MASDC as TG0074.  To N65618
				4490 (c/n 276-43) to MASDC as TG0074.  Reported May 2006 issue of Air Britain News to have been acquired
					by Jett Paqueteria SA for parts use.
				4491 to MASDC as TG0087 Jul 22, 1985
				4492 to MASDC as TG0081 Jul 22, 1985
				4493 to MASDC as TG0076
				4494 at Chanute AFB.
				4495 to MASDC as TG0059.  To N6612S
				4496 (c/n 276-49, CT-39A, 1402nd MAS) overran runway and destroyed at Wilkes-Barre IAP, PA Apr 20, 1985. 
					3 crew and 2 passanger killed
				4497 to ground instruction at Wyo Tech, Hanscom, MA.  To MASDC as TG0053
				4498 to MASDC as TG0080
				4500 to MASDC as TG0070.  Was at Linn Technical College, MO, reported to have left there
					during 2003 and gone to Milwaukee Area Technical College, WI
				4501 to MASDC as TG0073
				4502 (c/n 276-55) crashed into a forest 1,6 km from Langley AFB, VA Dec 31, 1968. 6 killed.
62-4503/4504		Lockheed VZ-10 Hummingbird
				redesignated XV-4A in 1962.
				4503 crashed Jun 10, 1964 at Dobbins AFB. Pilot killed.
				4504 modified as XV-4B.  Crashed while departing Dobbins AFB Mar 14, 1969.
					Pilot ejected safely
62-4505/4506		Ryan XV-5A
				4505 crashed at Edwards AFB Apr 27, 1965.  Pilot killed.
				4506 crashed at Edwards AFB Oct 5, 1966, killing pilot.  Was repaired and 
					converted to XV-5B.  To NASA as N705NA.  Now at Ft Rucker, Alabama.
62-4507/4508		Hawker VZ-12A
				P.1127s ordered for USAF trials.  Never delivered.
				Serials reassigned to HH-43B.
62-4507/4565		Kaman HH-43B Huskie
				c/n 133/191.
				4509,4512,4514,4515, 4518,4521,4524,4526/4531,4533,4535,4536,4538,4561/4563 converted to
					HH-43F.  4552/4557 sold to Pakistan
				4507 (c/n 133) sold abroad Nov 1972.
				4508 (c/n 134) was extensively damaged when rolled over on its 
					side Aug 13, 1969 after snagging a runway barrier cable
					during landing roll after a practice auto roation.  Crew
					escaped with only minor injures.  Sold for scrap at Clark 
					AB, Philippines Jun 1975.
				4509 (c/n 135) to MASDC as HG0047 Mar 14, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				4510 (c/n 136, 38th ARRS) hit by ground fire over North Vietnam while SAR for F-105D and crashed Sep 20, 1965.  
					3 of 4 crewmembers captured.
				4511 (c/n 137, 38th ARRS) crashed Oct 28, 1966 in South Vietnam while attempting to takeoff from base on medical
					evacuation mission.
				4512 (c/n 138) to MASDC as HG0053 Apr 14, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				4513 (c/n 139) to MASDC as HG0056 Apr 20, 1973.  Now on display at Castle Air Museum, CA
				4514 (c/n 140) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0072 Aug 27, 1973.  To civil registry as N90944 Aug 27, 1974, 
					then N559D Nov 5, 2001.  Collidied with a log pile and crashed near Metaline Falls, ID Aug 18, 2006. 
					Pilot killed.
				4515 (c/n 141) to MASDC as HG0001 Oct 24, 1972.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				4518 (c/n 144) parts to 62-4535 c/n 161
				4521 (c/n 147) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0009 Dec 8, 1973.  To civil registry as N5197U Jun 9, 1977.
					Registration cancelled Jun 16, 1993 as scrapped.
				4524 (c/n 150) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0018 Jan 4, 1973.  To civil registry as N4524 Mar 21, 1977.
					To user in Honduras as HR-AJJ Feb 1983.
				4525 (c/n 151, 38th ARRS) shot down by ground fire Feb 7, 1968 while trying to recover the crew of a downed
					Army helicopter near Kontum, SVN.  3 of the 4 crewmembers survived.
				4526 (c/n 152) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0071 Aug 23, 1973.  To civil registry as N326WN Jun 15, 1974 with
					State of Washington Department of Natural Resources.  To priviate users Jun 1981 to Aug 1994.
					To N452D Aug 11, 1994.  Registratin expired Jun 30, 2012.
				4527 (c/n 153) to MASDC as HG0074 Sep 6, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				4528 (c/n 154) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0036 Feb 14, 1973.  To civil registry as N55714 Jun 9, 1977.
					Crashed Sep 25, 2001.
				4529 (c/n 155) to MASDC as HG0062 May 14, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				4530 (c/n 156) to MASDC as HG0064 May 14, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				4531 (c/n 157) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0010 Dec 28, 1972.  To civil registry Jun 15, 1974 as N327WN with State
					of Washington Department of Natural Resources.  To privat users Jun 1981 to 1999.   To Pima Air and 
					Space Museum, Tucson, AZ Dec 19, 1989. 
				4532 (c/n 158) was at Travis AFB Museum but moved to AMC Museum at
					Dover AFB, DE Sep 15, 1998.
				4533 (c/n 159) in storage at Midland Air Museum, Coventry, UK.
				4535 (c/n 161) preserved at Midland Air Museum, Coventry, UK
				4547 (c/n 173) at Buckeburg Museum, Germany
				4552 (c/n 178) to Pakistan AF.  Retired 1985.  Awaiting transfer to Helicopter Museum, Weston-super-Mare, North 
					Somerset, UK.
				4553 (c/n 179) FMS to Pakistan
				4554 (c/n 180) FMS to Pakistan
				4555 (c/n 181) FMS to Pakistan
				4556 (c/n 182) FMS to Pakistan.  At Sharea Faisal Museum, Karachi, Pakistan
				4557 (c/n 183) FMS to Pakistan
				4559 assigned to 55th ARS, Kindley AFB, Bermuda Nov 9, 1963. Transferred elsewhere by end of 1964
				4560 (c/n 186) assigned to 55th ARS at Kindley AFB, Bermuda Nov 9, 1963.  Transferred elsewhere by
					end of 1964.  Damaged in South Vietnam Feb 5, 1968, repaired.
				4561 (c/n 191) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0080 Mar 7, 1974.  To State of Washington, Dept of National
					Resources Dec 13, 1974 but remained in non-flying condition and not FAA-registered.  To Timber Choppers 
					Mar 20, 1979 and registered N8522M Dec 1980.  Registration cancelled
					Nov 6, 1992.  Put on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, UT Oct 1987
				4562 (c/n 192) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0081 Mar 7, 1974.  To State of Washington Department of
					Natural Resources with civil registry as N324WN (registration changed from airframe 59-1592 to 62-4562)
					To private users Dec 1983 to 1994.  Crashed Jul 9, 1994. 
				4563 (c/n 193?) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0012 Dec 19, 1972.  To Areas Vocational Technical Institute
					Aug 29, 1974 for ground instructional purposes.  To Bob Bean Aircraft, Hereford, AZ Apr 19, 1977.  To Moseley
					Aviation, Inv Aug 29, 1979.  To Horizon Helicopters Sep 11, 2000 in non-flying condition.  Disassembled in 
					2001 for parts, some of them used to restore N556D.  To civil registry as N90949
					Jun 20, 2002 but no airframe is left
62-4566/4613		Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois
				c/n 626/665, 384/391.
				4567 (c/n 627) on civil registry as N6810D.  On display at Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, Texas since Aug 2008.
				4568 (c/n 628)
				4569 (c/n 629, 117th AHC) crashed into sea at night Dec 14, 1963.  3 KIA
				4571 (c/n 631) to MASDC as XA0207 Jul 14, 1976, to HF0132 Sep 5, 1979.
				4576 (c/n 636) to MASDC as XA0102 Dec 4, 1975
				4582 (c/n 642) to MASDC as XA0205 Jul 14, 1976, to HF0131 Sep 5, 1979
				4583 (c/n 643) to MASDC as XA0256 Apr 22, 1977.  Sold to Singapore.  Registered as N486SA as a crop duster
				4588 (c/n 648) on display at 45th Infantry Museum, Oklahoma City, OK.
				4590 (c/n 650) to civil registry as N70105.  Destroyed Aug 20, 2002.  Hulk seen at Tehachapi MAP, Ca Jan 2008.
				4591 (c/n 651) to MASDC as XA0132 Feb 6, 1976.  To N335WN
				4595 (c/n 655) to MASDC as XA0290 Jul 17, 1981.  Fo N3950Z
				4596 (c/n 656) to MASDC as XA0239 Dec 12, 1976, to HF0137 Sep 5, 1979.
				4597 (c/n 657) to MASDC as XA0264 Jul 6, 1977.  Sold to Singapore
				4598 (c/n 658) to MASDC as XA0170 May 20, 1976.  To civil registry as N64789
				4601 (c/n 661) to MASDC as XA0189 Jun 17, 1976.  To civil registry as N99675
				4602 (c/n 662) main rotor blade separated in flight and crashed in SVN Sep 23, 1971.  All 4 KIA.
				4603 (c/n 663) to MASDC as XA0085 Nov 19, 1975.  To N911CD
				4604 (c/n 664) to MASDC as XA0031 Aug 13, 1973, to HF0085 Sep 5, 1979.
				4605 (c/n 665) to MASDC as XA0080, to HF0111 Sep 5, 1979.
				4606/4613 (c/n 384/391) to RAAF as A2-384/391
					A2-384 (c/n 384) Noted November 2002 at RAAF Museum, Point Cook, Australia.
					A2-385 (c/n 385) crashed 1/27/1970, Fairbairn ACT.  After
						crash became Iroquois instructional airframe 1, then
						destroyed as fire training aid.  
					A2-386 (c/n 386) main rotor separated in mid-flight and crashed near Captain's Flat, NSW, Australia Apr 2,
						1969.
					A2-387 (c/n 387) crashed 11/12/1968 Fairbairn ACT
					A2-388 (c/n 388) to storage 7/3/1984.  Sold in US as N234SJ in 1990.
					A2-389 (c/n 389) on display Fairbairn ACT.  Having donated its tail boom to
						63-13588, does the rest of the aircraft still exist?
					A2-390 (c/n 390) to storage 7/3/1984.  Sold in US as N345SJ in 1990.
					A2-391 (c/n 391) RSTT 7/4/1984.  Sold in US as N444SJ in 1990.
62-4614/4625		Lockheed Agena/XSRM-81
62-4626/4844		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee drones
				last 188 to US navy
62-4845/5844		Martin AGM-12 Bullpup missiles
62-5845/5848		Cessna UH-41A Seneca
				all sold to Guatemala
62-5849/5858		Grumman AO-1C Mohawk
				For US Army.  Build nos 72C/81C.  Redesignated OV-1C in 1962
				5851 modified as Grumman G-452 JOV-1C for Project Seamore with SLAR and IR
				5852 (225th Aviation Company 223rd Combat Aviation Battalion 17th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) destroyed
					in VC mortar attack at Marble Mountain Airfield, Da Nang, South Vietnam Mar 4, 1968.
				5853 (23rd Special Warfare Aviation Detachment) lost from unknown cause in South Vietnam Jan 10, 1964.  Both
					crew ejected and were rescued.
				5854 (225th Aviation Company 223rd Combat Aviation Battalion 17th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) crashed due
					to unknown cause Plie Trap Valley, Kontum Province South Vietnam Mar 15, 1969.  Pilot survived and was rescued.
				5856 to US Customs as N6744.  Now with National Warplane Museum, Geneseo, NY.
				5857 used as JOV-1C.  To MASDC as YA0061 then as YA0077 Aug 10, 1976.
				5858 (245th Aviation Company 212th Combat Aviation Battalion 16th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) lost from
					unknown cause in South Vietnam Dec 3, 1968.  Both crew ejected and were rescued. 
62-5859/5906		Grumman AO-1B Mohawk
				For US Army.  Redesignated OV-1B in 1962.  Build numbers 18B/65B
				5865,5867,5872/5874,5878,5885/5890,5898,5899,5902 to OV-1D
				5859 to MASDC as YA0039 Oct 16, 1972.  Currently in storage at Historic Aircraft Company, Richmond, British Columbia,
					Canada.
				5860 to MASDC as YA009 Feb 16, 1973.  In 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				5861 to MASDC as YA0022 Aug 1, 1972.
				5862 to MASDC as YA0109 Oct 19, 1985.
				5863 (73rd Aviation Company 222nd Combat Aviation Battalion 12th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) crashed and
					burned at Phu Loi, Binh Duong Province South Vietnam Oct 7, 1967.  Both crew killed. 
				5864 to MASDC as YA0073 Oct 29, 1973.  Currently in storage at Historic Aircraft Company, Richmond, British Columbia,
					Canada.
				5865 to Argentine Army as AE-027
				5866 used by Naval Test Pilot School at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, code 34 with US Army colors and
					titles.  Returned to US Army.  Became N171 with Department of the Interior, US Geological Survey, 
					Water Resources Division
				5867 to MASDC as YA0074 Nov 15, 1973.
				5868 in trial with inflight refuelling probe.
				5869 to MASDC as YA0106 Aug 26, 1985
				5870 to MASDC as YA0014 Jun 20, 1972
				5871 to MASDC as YA0063 Jun 25, 1973
				5873 to MASDC as YA0065 Jul 11, 1973
				5874 to MASDC as YA0052 Feb 19, 1973.  flyable as N1171Y with Charlotte Historical Aviation Museum, NC
				5875 to MASDC as YA0082 Jun 12, 1978.  Back to service, converted to OV-1D.  Crashed to takeoff 
					at Ft. Huachuca, AZ 1985.  Both crew ejected safely.
				5876 to MASDC as YA0050 Feb 19, 1973.  Converted in April 1984 to OV-1D. Acquired on Unknown Date By Paul S. Pefley of Lake Worth,
					Florida.  Aircraft parked at Lantana Airport Lantana, Florida. 
				5877 (244th Aviation Company 307th Combat Aviation Battalion 164th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) crashed
					due to unknown cause Can Tho Province, South Vietnam Oct 1, 1967.  Crew of 2 survived.
				5878 in storage at Lantana Airport Lantana Florida (Owner Paul S. Pefley).  Built as OV-1C. Converted in October 1985 
					to OV-1D. Acquired on Unknown Date By Paul S. Pefley. Aircraft Parked at Lantana Airport Lantana Florida.
				5879 (244th Aviation Company 307th Combat Aviation Battalion 164th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) crashed
					due to unknow cause in South Vietnam Sep 7, 1969.  Both crew survived and were rescued.   
				5880 (c/n 39B) to NASA as N521NA (or N512NA?).  Now on display at Texas Transportation
					Museum (Krister Aviation and Space Museum), Amarillo, TX.  Noted recently at English Field 
					Air & Space Museum, Tradewind AP, Amarillo, TX
				5882 to MASDC as YA0110 Oct 29, 1985
				5883 to MASDC as YA0023 Aug 1, 1972.  Seen in yard at 91st Av, Glendale, AZX jan 2008
				5884 to MASDC as YA0105 Aug 21, 1985.
				5886 to MASDC as YA0088 Jul 31, 1978.
				5887 to MASDC as YA0051 Feb 19, 1973
				5888 to MASDC as YA0047 Dec 19, 1972
				5889 to MASDC as YA0045 Dec 15, 1972.  Noted as N134GM (but painted as 69-1702) at American Wings Air Museum,
					Anoka County-Blaine AB, MN. Acquired by Cavanaugh Flight Museum,
					Addison, TX Aug 2005.
				5890 flyable as N1209P with Charlotte Historical Aviation Museum, NC
				5891 to RV-1D.  To MASDC as YA0092 Aug 8, 1978.
				5892 to MASDC as YA0031 Aug 24, 1972
				5893 to MASDC as YA0107 Sep 18, 1985
				5895 to MASDC as YA0108 Sep 18, 1985
				5896 used by Naval Test Pilot School at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, code 34 with US Army colors and
					titles.  Returned to US Army
				5897 to MASDC as YA0046 Dec 15, 1972.
				5898 to MASDC as YA0007 May 1, 1972.  On static display at Fort Belvoir, VA.
				5899 to MASDC as YA0086 Jul 31, 1978.  Returned to service.
				5901 to MASDC as YA0053 Feb 25, 1973
				5902 to MASDC as YA0080 Aug 23, 1977.  Built as OV-1C.  Converted in January 1987 to OV-1D. Acquired on unknown 
					date By Paul S. Pefley. Aircraft parked at Lantana Airport, Lantana, Florida. 
				5903 modified as Grumman G-452 JOV-1B for Project Seamore with SLAR and IR.  To MASDC as YA0057 Jun 11, 1973.  
					5903 on static display at Cartersville-Bartow County Airport, Cartersville, GA.  In 2012 seen at 
					Mallards Landing Airport near Locust Grove/McDonough Georgia south of Atlanta 
				5904 (73rd Aviation Company 210th Combat Aviation Battalion 12th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) hit by lighting 
					and crashed SW of Saigon in Nau Nghia Province, South Vietnam Aug 29, 1969.  One crew ejected and was 
					rescued, but other crewman was killed in the crash. 
				5905 to MASDC as YA0017 Jun 27, 1972
				5906 to MASDC as YA0048 Feb 23, 1973.  Cockpit at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL
62-5907/5920		Helio U-10A
				c/n 547/560.  All converted to U-10B
				5907 (c/n 547) to civil registy as N87741
				5908 (c/n 548)  w/o Nov 1970
				5909 (c/n 549) lost in Vietnam Oct 15, 1962
				5910 (c/n 550) w/o Apr 1963
				5911 (c/n 551) crashed in Vietnam and w/o as DBR Feb 1965.
				5912 (c/n 552) may have gone to South Korea
				5913 (c/n 553) to MASDC as HJ0013 Nov 15, 1971.  To civil registry as N1447Z.  Abandoned in Guatemala in 1983
					after accident.
				5914 (c/n 554) to MASDC as HJ0020 Jun 6, 1972.  Returned to civil registry as N54497.  Currently
					stored in FAA Accident Investigation Training School.  Severely
					damaged when it was dropped from a crane in flat spin tests.
				5915 (c/n 555) to Vietnam AF.  To Air America as 555 Jun 3, 1961.  W/o Nov 1, 1961 at Pha Khao, Laos
				5916 (c/n 556) to MASDC as HJ0019 Jun 6, 1972.  Returned to civil registry as N72566 with US Customs Service.
					to N395HC in 1992.
				5917 (c/n 557) to South Korea
				5918 (c/n 558) to MASDC as HJ0014 Nov 15, 1971.  Returned to civil registry as N87763
				5919 (c/n 559) to MASDC as HJ0012 Oct 4, 1971.  Returned to civil registry as N88726, exported to
					Brazil Sep 28, 1993 as PP-ZVJ.
				5920 (c/n 560) to MASDC as HJ0018 Jun 1, 1972.  To civil registry as N62291, registration canceled
					Sep 30, 2004 as being scrapped.
62-5921/5925		LTV/Hiller/Ryan XC-142A
				5921 crashed May 10, 1967 due to fault in tail pitch rotor.
				5924 to NASA as 522.  Now at USAF Museum.
62-5926/5949		Cessna T-37C
				c/n 40726/40749.  Sold to Portugal as 2401/2424.
62-5950/5956		Cessna T-37B
				Converted to YAT-37D, later redesignated YA-37A.  
				5950 to GYA-37A ground instructional airframe.  Now on pedestal at Sheppard AFB, TX.
				5951 to WPAFB Museum in 1964, returned to active duty as YA-37A.  Retired a second time
					to USAF Museum in 1996.
				5952 noted 2005 in Historial Aviation Memorial Museum, Tyler, TX
				5953 to AMARC as TE0337 May 22, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5954 to AMARC as TE0324 Aug 10, 2006
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5955 to AMARC as TE0400 Sep 13, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5956 to AMARC as TE0335 Oct 17, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5955/5956 may have been used by two U-5As which went to the CIA
62-5957/5975		Cessna T-37C
				5957/5964 sold to Pakistan
				5965/5975 sold to Greece 
					5967 crashed May 15, 1964.
62-5976/5979		Kaman HH-43B Huskie
				C/n 196/199.  Sold to Morocco
62-5980			"XH-45" - cancelled contract.
62-5981/5999		General Dynamics CGM-16E Atlas missiles
62-6000			Boeing VC-137C 
				c/n 18461.  Special 707-353B for Office of the President.  The famous "Air Force One".
				Now on display at USAF Museum.
62-6001/12106		Martin AGM-12 Bullpup missiles
62-12107/12146		General Dynamics CGM-16E Atlas missiles
62-12147		MSU XAZ-1
62-12148/12165		Douglas PGM-17 Thor missiles
				12148 (vehicle number 373) used as first state of Thor Delta B #23 to launch RELAY 2
					Jan 21, 1964.  Success
				12149 (vehicle number 374) used as first stage of Thor Delta C #28 to launch TIROS 9
					Aug 25, 1963.  Success
				12151 (vehicle number 376) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Apr 1, 1963.
				12152 (vehicle number 377) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Apr 27, 1964.
				12153 (vehicle number 378) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch US Navy satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jun 15, 1963.
				12155 (vehicle number 380) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch classified mission from
					Vandenberg AFB Jun 29, 1963.  Success
				12156 (vehicle number 381) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jun 27, 1963.
				12157 (vehicle number 382) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jul 31, 1963.
				12158 (vehicle number 383) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Sep 24, 1963.
				12159 (vehicle number 384) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch classified USAF satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jan 19, 1964.
				12161 (vehicle number 386) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Oct 29, 1963.
				12162 (vehicle number 387) used as first stage of Thor Delta B #21 to launch Explorer 18 (IMP 1)
					Nov 26, 1963.  Success
				12163 (vehicle number 388) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jul 18, 1963.
				12164 (vehicle number 389) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Feb 15, 1964.
				12165 (vehicle number 390) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch composite satellite
					SECOR 1, GGSE, SOLRAD-7A from Vandenberg AFB Jan 11, 1964.
62-12166/12167		Lockheed C-140B Jetstar
				c/n 5025,5035.
				Sold to West Germany, not to Saudi Arabia as often reported.
				12166 (c/n 1329-5025) sold to West German AF as CA+101, then 11+01, now SU-DAF.
				12167 (c/n 1329-5035) sold to West German AF as CA+102. Crashed near Bremen, West Germany Jan 16, 1968.
62-12168/12169		McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom 
				Bailed to USAF from US Navy for tests (were BuAer 149405 and 149406).
				12168 (ex BuNo 149405) converted to YRF-4C prototype.  SOC Aug 17, 1971.
				12169 (ex BuNo 149406) converted to JF-4B.  Crashed near Holloman AFB due to engine explosion Mar 8, 1967.
62-12170/12196		McDonnell F-4B Phantom 
				On temporary loan from US Navy.  All returned to US Navy
				12170 ex BuNo 150480
				12171 ex BuNo 150486
				12172 ex BuNo 150493
				12173 ex BuNo 150630
				12174 ex BuNo 150634
				12175 ex BuNo 150643
				12176 ex BuNo 150649
				12177 ex BuNo 150650
				12178 ex BuNo 150652
				12179 ex BuNo 150653
				12180 ex BuNo 150994
				12181 ex BuNo 150995
				12182 ex BuNo 150997
				12183 ex BuNo 150999
				12184 ex BuNo 151000
				12185 ex BuNo 151002
				12186 ex BuNo 151003
				12187 ex BuNo 151004
				12188 ex BuNo 151006
				12189 ex BuNo 151007
				12190 ex BuNo 151009
				12191 ex BuNo 151010
				12192 ex BuNo 151014
				12193 ex BuNo 151016
				12194 ex BuNo 151017
				12195 ex BuNo 151020
				12196 ex BuNo 151021.
62-12197/12198		Curtiss-Wright X-19A
				Model 200 tilt-wing VTOL light transport.
				12197 crashed at NAFEC Caldwell, NJ Aug 25, 1965 following loss of propellers.  
					Both crew ejected safely
				12198 completed but never flown.  Later became derelict at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.  Transferred to
					USAF Museum in 2007.  In 2013 was in restoration hanger of USAF Museum.
62-12199		McDonnell F-110A Spectre 
				Later redesignated F-4C-15-MC Phantom. First flight May 27, 1963.  Spun out and crashed near Burnett, Texas Dec 6, 1967.
62-12200		McDonnell YRF-110A Spectre 
				Later redesignated RF-4C-14-MC Phantom. Was originally a US Navy F-4B modified as
				prototype for USAF photo recon version.  In 1965, this aircraft was modified as an
				aerodynamic prototype for the F-4E.  Later modified as test bed with canard surface
				and special controls.  Donated to WPAFB Museum.
62-12201		McDonnell YRF-110A Spectre 
				Later redesignated RF-4C-14-MC Phantom.  Delivered to GE Flight Test
				Jan 1966 for J79 development work.  Returned to USAF Jun 1972.
				Now on display at Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, IL.
62-12202/12213		Lockheed Agena/SRM81
62-12214/12231		Lockheed F-104G Starfighter
				c/n 683C-4067/4084.  MAP for Taiwan AF
				12214 to Taiwan AF as 4311
				12215 to Taiwan AF as 4312.  Crashed Jun 1, 1992.
				12216 to Taiwan AF as 4313
				12217 to Taiwan AF as 4314
				12218 to Taiwan AF as 4315
				12219 to Taiwan AF as 4316
				12220 to Taiwan AF as 4320
				12221 to Taiwan AF as 4321
				12222 to Taiwan AF as 4322
				12223 to Taiwan AF as 4323
				12224 to Taiwan AF as 4324
				12225 to Taiwan AF as 4325
				12226 to Taiwan AF as 4326
				12227 to Taiwan AF as 4327
				12228 to Taiwan AF as 4328
				12229 to Taiwan AF as 4329
				12230 to Taiwan AF as 4330
				12231 to Taiwan AF as 4331.
62-12232/12261		Lockheed F-104G Starfighter 
				For MAP
				12232 (683C-4034) to Norway Aug 1963.  Returned to USAF
					07/1981.  To Turkish AF 7/1981.
				12233 (683C-4035) to Norway Aug 1963.  Returned to USAF
					07/1981.  To Turkish AF as 9-233 7/1981.
				12234 (683C-4036) to Norway Aug 1963.  Crashed into
					sea near Helligvaer, 17 nm NE of Bode AB, 9/10/1980.  Pilot ejected but was 
					too low and was killed on impact
				12237 (683C-4039) to Norway Aug 1963.  Crashed into
					Skotstind mountain at Nordskott, Steigen Feb 10, 1971, 331 Sqdn.  Pilot killed
				12238 (683C-4040) to Norway Aug 1963.  SOC after
					gear-up landing at Ramstein AB, Germany 1/17/1978, 331 Sqdn.
				12239 (683C-4041) to Norway Oct 1963.  Returned to USAF
					7/1981.  To Turkish AF as 9-239 7/1981.
				12240 (683C-4042) to Norway Oct 1963.  Returned to USAF
					6/1981.  To Turkish AF 7/1981.
				12241 (683C-4043) converted to RF-104G.  Later to Taiwan AF as 5626
				12242 (683C-4044) converted to RF-104G.  Later to Taiwan AF as 5628.
					Later as 4402 Apr 1984.
				12243 (683C-4046) converted to RF-104G.  Later to Taiwan AF as 5630.
				12244 (683C-4047) converted to RF-104G.  Later to Taiwan AF as 5632.
					Later as 4401 Sep 1983.  Crashed Mar 28, 1989
				12245 (683C-4048) converted to RF-104G.  Later to Taiwan AF as 5634.  w/o Jul 4, 1980.  Plane did not 
					later go to Greece.
				12246 (683C-4049) converted to RF-104G.  Later to Taiwan AF as 5636
				12247 (683C-4050) to Taiwan AF as 4306.  On Aug 8, 2000, an F-104G
					accidentally fired some 20-mm training rounds into 4306
					which was parked nearby, damaging it beyond repair.  Remains
					of 4306 were later put into storage at Pingtung.
				12248 (683C-4051) converted to RF-104G.  Later to Taiwan AF as 5638.
				12249 (683C-4052) converted to RF-104G.  Later to Taiwan AF as 5640.
				12250 (683C-4054) to Taiwan AF as 4301
				12251 (683C-4055) to Taiwan AF as 4302
				12252 (683C-4056) to Taiwan AF as 4303.  At Chichi Museum, Raiwan Apr 2007
				12253 (683C-4057) to Taiwan AF as 4307
				12254 (683C-4059) to Taiwan AF as 4304
				12255 (683C-4060) to Taiwan AF as 4305
				12256 (683C-4061) to Taiwan AF as 4308
				12257 (683C-4062) to Taiwan AF as 4317
				12258 (683C-4063) to Taiwan AF as 4309
				12259 (683C-4064) to Taiwan AF as 4318
				12260 (683C-4065) to Taiwan AF as 4310
				12261 (683C-4066) to Taiwan Af as 4319.  Collided with F-104J 4505 Dec 9, 1989.  Pilot of 4505 ejected, but
					pilot of 4319 was killed. 				
62-12262/12279		Lockheed TF-104G Starfighter for MAP
				c/n 583C-5507/5524 
				12262 (583C-5507) to Taiwan AF as 4141
				12263 (583C-5508) to Norway 9/1963.  Returned to USAF
					7/1981.  To Turkish AF 7/1981 as 9-263.  Crashed Apr 4, 1985.
				12264 (583C-5509) to Norway 9/1963.  Crashed at
					Aalborg AFB, Denmark Nov 17, 1970.  Pilot ejected safely, but passenger was killed.
				12265 (583C-5510) to Taiwan AF as 4142.
				12266 (583C-5511) to Taiwan AF as 4148
				12267 (583C-5512) to Greece
				12268 (583C-5513) to Taiwan AF as 4143
				12269 (583C-5514) to Taiwan AF as 4144
				12270 (583C-5515) to Taiwan AF as 4145
				12271 (583C-5516) to Taiwan AF as 4146
				12272/12275 to Greece
					12274 (c/n 583C-5519) with Hellenic AF as 22274 and preserved at Tatoi Dekelia
				12276/12277 to Turkey
				12278,12279 to Spain (CE.8-1/2).  12278 later to Greece.
62-12280/12288		Cessna O-1E Bird Dog
				c/n 305M-0034/0035,0044/0045,0054,0063,0072,0078,0079.
				For MAP.  12280/12283 to Italy
				12280 (c/n 305M-0034) to Italian Army as MM62-100280, then to civil registry as I-EAIT
				12281 to 9H-ACE in May 1992 and reserialed AS9210 with Armed Forces of Malta Air Squadron in May 299. To N119LH May 2002.
62-12289/12291		Lockheed Agena/SRM-81
62-12292/12301		Martin SM-68B Titan II missiles
				Redesignated LGM-25C in 1962
				12292 (B-49) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				12293 (B-50) launched from Vandenberg AFB Apr 5, 1966
				12294 (B-51) launched from Vandenberg AFB May 21, 1965
				12295 (B-52) launched from Vandenberg AFB Aug 7, 1975
				12296 (B-53) launched from Vandenberg AFB Aug 21, 1968
				12297 (B-54) launched from Vandenberg AFB Apr 30, 1965
				12298 (B-55) launched from Vandenberg AFB Apr 20, 1966
				12299 (B-56) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-1
				12300 (B-57) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				12301 (B-58) failed in launch from Vandenberg AFB Sep 21, 1965
62-12302/12349		Canadair-built F-104G Starfighter for MAP. 
				c/n 6001/6048
				12304 to Hellenic Air Force and preserved at Andravida Air Base in 2009
				12312 (4443rd CCTS) crashed 5 mi west of Luke AFB, AZ Apr 16, 1965.  Pilot killed.
				12340/12343, 12345/12349 to Denmark as R-340/R-343, R-345/R-349 respectively.
					12341 w/o 3-21-85, pilot killed.
					12343 w/o 8-8-80, pilot killed
					12346 w/o 10-7-69, pilot killed
				12302,12311,12314,12315/12317,12318,   
				12320/12322 to Greece
				12327 w/o 3/31/1965
				12338 to Taiwan
				12313,12316,12319,12323/12339,12344 to Turkey.	
					12344 on display at Ataturk
				12342 as 4412 used as instructional airframe at Ta Shing Senior High School at da Yuan, Taiwan Aug 2009.
				12349 as 4416 on display at Dajia, Taiwan in Aug 2009.
62-12350		Cessna UH-41A Seneca
				c/n 45526.  Sold to Guatemala
62-12351/12372		Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
				c/n 4009/4030.
				12355,12357,12359/12362,12366,12368,12369,12372 converted to UH-1H
				12357 (UH-1H, c/n 4015) noted in wrecked condition outside Flying Tigers Warbird Museum, Kissimmee, FL Sep 9, 2003
				12358 (c/n 4016, 227th Avn, A Co) crashed due to material failure, the tail rotor was separated in
					flight in SVN May 18, 1967. 4 KIA.
				12360 (c/n 4018) to civil registy as N6385G
				12361 (UH-1H, c/n 4019) noted withdrawn from use at Fort Indiantown Gap, PA May 24, 2001
				12362 (UH-1H, c/n 4020) to civil registry as N1236P
				12366 (UH-1H, c/n 4024) to GUH-1H.  At Hernando, FL Dec 2006.
				12368 (UH-1H, c/n 4026) to GUH-1H.  To civil registry as N4230N.  Seen at the "Dells Army Ducks" in 
					Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsion Jul 2011
				12369 (UH-1H, c/n 4027) to civil registry as N14SD
				12372 (UH-1H, c/n 4030) to MASDC as XA0351.
62-12373/12387		Cancelled contract for Lockheed YF-12B.  One reference
					as having these a cancelled batch of Lockheed U-2Rs.
62-12388/12399		Douglas PGM-17 Thor missiles
				12388 (vehicle number 391) used as first stage of Thor Delta B #24 to launch Beacon
					Explorer A Mar 19, 1964.  Failure
				12389 (vehicle number 392) used as first stage of Thor Delta C #26 to launch Explorer 21
					IMP-2 Oct 4, 1964.  Partial success
				12390 (vehicle number 393) used as first stage of Thor Delta C #27 to launch Explorer 26
					(EPE-D) Dec 21, 1964.  Success
				12391 (vehicle number 394) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Aug 29, 1963.
				12392 (vehicle number 395) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Apr 27, 1964.
				12393 (vehicle number 396) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Mar 24, 1964.
				12394 (vehicle number 397) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch ECHO 2 from
					Vandenberg AFB Jan 25, 1964.  Success
				12395 (vehicle number 398) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Dec 21, 1963.
				12396 (vehicle number 399) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 7 from
					Vandenberg AFB Nov 7, 1959.  Success
				12397 (vehicle number 400) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Nov 10, 1963.  Failed
				12398 (vehicle number 401) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Sep 2, 1965.  Second stage failed.
				12399 (vehicle number 402) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch classified USAF satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Feb 26, 1964.  Success
62-12400/12472		General Dynamics HGM-16F Atlas missiles
62-12473/12484		cancelled contract for Boeing-Vertol XCH-46B Sea Knight
62-12485/12506		Cessna T-37C
				12485/12489 (c/n 40768/40772)sold to Turkey
					12489 (c/n 40772) sold to Turkey AF as 2-489. (122nd Filo) w/o Mar 9, 1984.
				12490/12495 (c/n 40773/40778) sold to Chile as J-374/J-379
				12496/12501 (c/n 40779/40784) to Portugal as 2425/2430.
				12502/12506 (c/n 40785/40789) to Greece
					12502 (c/n 40785) noted preserved at Kalmata Air Base in Aug 2010.
62-12507/12512		Hiller OH-23F Raven
				12508 on display at Ft. Rucker, Alabama
62-12513/12514		Kaman HH-43B Huskie
				c/n 200/201.  Sold to Morocco
62-12515/12555		Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois
				c/n 666/700,708/713.
				12515 (c/n 666) to US Navy. (HA(L)-3 Det. 7) crashed in South Vietnam Jul 13, 1968. 4 KIA.
				12524 (c/n 675) to MASDC as XA0141 Apr 18, 1976
				12525 (c/n 676) to MASDC as XA0253 Apr 14, 1977.  To Singapore AF
				12529 (c/n 680) to MASDC as XA0286 Sep 9, 1981.  To N9687R, to MASDC as 7H0106.
				12530 (c/n 681) to MASDC as XA0074 Sep 15, 1975, to HF0109 Sep 5, 1979.
				12533 (c/n 684) became N394HP, then EC-EKC.
				12535 (c/n 686) to Honduras as FAH 932
				12536 (c/n 687) to N336WN with State of Washington.
				12537 (c/n 688) to MASDC as XA0068 Sep 2, 1975.  To civil registry as N81523
				12538 (c/n 689) shot down by ground fire in South Vietnam Nov 16, 1965. 4 KIA.
				12542 (c/n 693) to MASDC as XA0164 May 18, 1976.  FMS to South Korea
				12544 (c/n 695) crashed Nov 8, 1964 while attempting landing near
					summit of mountain in Admiralty Mountains of Victoria Land, Antarctica.
				12548 (c/n 699, 20th ARA) shot down by small amrs fire in Cambodia Aug 15, 1966. 3 KIA.
				12550 (c/n 708) at New England Air Museum, Bradley Airport, CT.
				12555 (c/n 713) to MASDC as XA0042 Sep 7, 1973.  To N80477
62-12556/12570		Martin SLV-4 Titan II missiles
				Ordered by USAF for support of Gemini manned space program
				Gemini-1 GLV-1 -   USAF serial #62-12556.  Launched Apr 8, 1964; Unmanned orbital
				Gemini-2 GLV-2 -   USAF serial #62-12557.  Launched Jan 19, 1965; Unmanned sub-orbital
				Gemini-3 GLV-3 -   USAF serial #62-12558.  Launched Mar 23, 1965; Grissom, Young
				Gemini-4 GLV-4 -   USAF serial #62-12559.  Launched Jun 3, 1965; McDivitt, White
				Gemini-5 GLV-5 -   USAF serial #62-12560.  Launched Aug 21, 1965; Cooper, Conrad
				Gemini-6A GLV-6 -  USAF serial #62-12561.  Launched Dec 15, 1965; Schirra, Stafford
				Gemini-7 GLV-7 -   USAF serial #62-12562.  Launched Dec 4, 1965; Borman, Lovell
				Gemini-8 GLV-8 -   USAF serial #62-12563.  Launched Mar 16, 1966; Armstrong, Scott
				Gemini-9A GLV-9 -  USAF serial #62-12564.  Launched Jun 3, 1966; Stafford, Cernan 
				Gemini-10 GLV-10 - USAF serial #62-12565.  Launched Jul 18, 1966; Young, Collins 
				Gemini-11 GLV-11 - USAF serial #62-12566.  Launched Sep 12, 1966; Conrad, Gordon 
				Gemini-12 GLV-12 - USAF serial #62-12567.  Launched Nov 11, 1966; Lovell, Aldrin
				GLV-Spare USAF serial #62-12568; Spare - not launched
				GLV-Spare USAF serial #62-12569; Spare - not launched
				GLV-Spare USAF serial #62-12570; Spare - not launched
62-12571/12573		Sikorsky CH-3A
				ex-Navy SH-3A (149009,149011,149012)
				Redesignated CH-3B in 1962.
				12571 (ex BuNo 149009, c/n 61-083) to MASDC as HH0009 Dec 16, 1974, to 9H0015 Nov 29, 1979.  To N1043T.
				12572 (ex BuNo 149011, c/n 61-085) to MASDC
				12573 (ex BuNo 149012, c/n 62-087) to MASDC as HH0008 Dec 14, 1974.  To civil registry as N1049G
62-12574/12576		Sikorsky CH-3B
				12574 (c/n 61-145) flew trans-atlantic to Paris Air Show in 1963.  To MASDC 
				12575 (c/n 61-152) to US Navy as 212575.  Converted to SH-3H.  To AMARC as 9H0068
				12576 (c/n 61-161) to MASDC as HH0007 Dec 13, 1974.  Now on display at Allenton AF Museum, Queen City Apt, Allentown,
					PA.
62-12577/12582		Sikorsky CH-3C
				12578,12580,12581 converted to CH-3E,
				12580,12581 converted to LCH-3E.
				12577 (c/n 61-502) detroyed by ground fire Feb 14, 1973.
				12578 (c/n 61-503) converted to CH-3E.  To AMARC as 44010 Sep 3, 1991.  Transferred to US Coast Guard
					Noted in compound behind restoration hangar at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002.
					Still there Oct 21, 2003.  
				12579 (c/n 61-504) (21st SOS, 56th SOW) shot down by ground fire at Muang Phin Airport, Puang Phin, 
					Savannakhet Province, Laos Oct 6, 1969.  All aboard rescued.
				12580 (c/n 61-505) seen as JCH-3C at Wright Patterson AFB in 1966.  Configured with
					refueling probe and used as testbed for H-3 refueling capability.
					To MASDC as HH0010 May 20, 1975.  Transferred to Coast Guard
				12581 (c/n 61-506)  Converted to JCH-3E.  Noted Fall 2003 at Air Force Flight Test Center 
					Museum, Edwards AFB, CA.
				12582 (c/n 61-507) (14th SOW, 20th SOS) hit by small arms fire while hovering at Lima Site 36, Na Khang, Xiangkhoang
					Province, Laos Jan 19, 1969.  4 crew killed, but 3 passengers survived and were rescued.
62-12583/12584		de Havilland of Canada AC-1A-DH Caribou
				Redesignated CV-2B in 1962 and C-7B in 1968 on transfer to USAF
				12583 (c/n 144) to USAF as C-7B Jan 1967.  To Air America as 583 Jun 1969.  Returned to USAF Oct 15, 1969.
					Transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				12584 (c/n 145, 483 TAW) crashed in South Vietnam Jan 13, 1971 during cargo flight.
62-12585		Lockheed Agena/XRM-81
62-12586/12594		Vought SLV-1C
62-12595/12602		General Dynamics SLV-3A Atlas
62-12603/12623		General Dynamics HGM-16F Atlas
62-12624		Hughes YOH-6A Cayuse
				Noted Mar 15, 2004 at 1108th AVCRAD at Gulfport-Biloxi RAP, MS for preservation.
					On display Mar 2006 at AVCRAD gate.

62-12845		L1329 Jetstar 6
				c/n 5071.  Not Taken up.  To West German AF as CA+103, 11+103.  To SU-DAH, to ST-PRE.  DBF at Istanbul