1963 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised October 3, 2014


63-0001/0228		Boeing LGM-30 Minuteman missiles
63-0229/7309		Martin AGM-12 Bullpup missiles
63-7310/7367		Douglas GAM-87 Skybolt
63-7368/7406		Lockheed Agena
63-7407/7420		McDonnell F-4C-15-MC Phantom
				7407 (c/n 311) was first F-4C built for USAF.  Converted to NF-4C.  Now at Air Force Flight Test Center
					Museum Airpark, Edwards AFB, CA.
				7408 (c/n 314) converted to NF-4C.  Seen at Tyndall AFB, FL in 2000, displayed as 63-408,
					wearing true identity by Mar 9, 2005.
				7409 (c/n 319) converted to NF-4C.  To AMARC as FP646 Apr 4, 1991.  To Fritz Enterprises May 19, 2000, and salvaged
				7410 (c/n 324) with 58th TFTW crashed Tulsa OK Jan 24, 1981.
				7411 (c/n 328) on display at Ft. Smith, Arkansas.
				7412 (c/n 332) to battle damage repair trainer at Cannon AB, NM.  Scrapped Oct 1, 1988.
				7413 (c/n 335) converted to GF-4C.  Forward section seen on a trailer in late 1990s beusing used to make "hero shots" for
					money.
				7414 (c/n 339) in storage at Midland Air Museum, Coventry, UK.
				7415 (c/n 342) was at KellyUSA (formerly Kelly AFB) but towed to Stinson MAP, San Antonio
					TX Jul 22, 2001, destined for restoration for an aviation museum.  In Sep 2011 was at Texas Air Museum,
					Stinson MAP, San Antonio, Texas.
				7416 (c/n 346) with 4453rd CCTS crashed at Avon Park Bombing Range, FL May 22, 1964. Both crew killed..
				7417 (c/n 349) converted to GF-4C.  Now on display at Casselton, ND. airport.
				7418 (c/n 352) to AMARC as FP075 May 18, 1987.  Scrapped
				7419 (c/n 355) on display at Liberty Wing Memorial Park, RAF Lakenheath, UK, painted as 65-0777.
				7420 (c/n 357) named "Wise Decision" with 114th TFTS, Oregon ANG in Oct 1987.  To AMARC as FP295 Aug 23, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
63-7421/7442		McDonnell F-4C-16-MC Phantom
				7421 (c/n 358) WFU Jun 6, 1986.  Put on display at Hermeskell Museum, Germany
				7422 (c/n 361) assigned as a battle damage repair trainer to Bergstrom AFB, Texas in 1987.  Salvaged
				7423 (c/n 3674) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Assigned to battle damage repair trainer
					at Zweibrucken AB, West Germany.  Was on display at Speyer Technik Museum in Blue Angels markings.
					Currently preserved in Koblenz, Germany
				7424 (c/n 366) on display at Hill AFB Museum, Ogden, Utah.  This plane was
					involved in an accident on Feb 5, 1964 and damaged plane
					was sent to the Depot at Hill AFB.
				7425 (c/n 369) with 389th TFS, 366th TFW shot down near Khe Phat/dong Hoi, North Vietnam Jun 8, 1967.  Both crew killed.
				7426 (c/n 371) converted to GF-4C.  Was on pedestal at Sheppard AFB, TX.  In 2013 moved to Tom Stafford Museum at
					Weatherford, Oklahoma airport.
				7427 (c/n 374) crashed on Avon Park Range, Florida Nov 22, 1965.
				7428 (c/n 376) to AMARC as FP320 Oct 4, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Aug 12, 1998 and salvaged.
				7429 (c/n 378) crashed on approach to MacDill AFB, Florida Apr 11, 1967
				7430 (c/n 381) crashed near Wickenburg, Arizona after collision with KC-135A 58-0079 Aug 19, 1976.
				7431 (c/n 383) assigned as battle damage repair trainer Jun 1986.  Was on display at Kelly AFB, TX.  When Kelly 
					closed in 2001, moved to Brooks City-Base in San Antonio, Texas.  
					It is at the Tri-Service lab near Brooke Army Medical Center.  However, it's in a fenced off area.  While it can be seen behind the 
					fence, permission has to be obtained from the lab in order to go in and take photos of it.  This is due to 
					sensitive areas around 431, as it can only be shot from certain angles. When Brooks closes, to be moved to 502nd Wing HQ being 
					built on Fort Sam Houston.  
				7432 (c/n 385) assigned May 1986 as battle damage repair trainer at McClellan AFB, California 
				7433 (c/n 387) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Assigned as battle damage repair 
					trainer at Spangdahlem AB, West Germany.  WFU Sep 19888.  Put on display at Kadena AB, Okinawa.
				7434 (c/n 389) was assigned as training airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX, then went to AMARC
					in 1993.  Nose and cockpit section now with CAF of Charlestown, WVA, painted as a Blue Angels aircraft.
				7435 (c/n 391) crashed near Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona Apr 23, 1968 due to flameout.  Crew ejected safely.
				7436 (c/n 393) converted to GF-4C and assigned as ground trainer at Sheppard AFB, Texas.  
					To AMARC as FP335 Oct 11, 1989.
				7437 (c/n 395) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Converted to GF-4C asd assigned as ground 
					trainer at Eglin AFB, Florida
				7438 (c/n 397) with 12th TFW, 559th TFS shot down by ground fire NE of Phouc Hoa, SVN Dec 1, 1969. Both crew KIA.
				7439 (c/n 399) SOC at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma Jul 7, 1986.  Currently preserved at Klamath Falls, Oregon
				7440 (c/n 401) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  WFU Dec 1987.  Put on display at Enid, OK.
				7441 (c/n 403) with 12th TFW, 559th TFS left runway and hit barrier housing at takoff from Cam Ranh Bay, SVN and crashed 
					Jan 27, 1969. Both crew killed.
				7442 (c/n 405) assigned Apr 1986 as battle damage repair trainer at McClellan AFB, California.  Salvaged 1997
63-7443/7468		McDonnell F-4C-17-MC Phantom
				7443 (c/n 408) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Assigned as battle damage repair trainer at England AFB,
					Texas.  Scrapped Dec 1, 1987, sent to be a tarted on the Clairborne Range, Louisiana.
				7444 (c/n 409) 12th TFW, 558th TFS hit by ground fire over Laos and crashed near Ban Phannop, Laos Dec 5, 1969
					and both crew ejected.  One crewman rescued, the other MIA.
				7445 (c/n 411) modified as YF-4E.   W/o at Edwards AFB, California Oct 16, 1972
				7446 (c/n 413) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Ahlhorn AB, West Germany.  Was preserved
					at Hermeskeil APT Museum, Germany.  Noted at Technikmuseum Speyer, Germany Apr 2005.
				7447 (c/n 415) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Assigned as battle damage repair trainer at
					George AFB, California.  Sent to be a target on Nellis Range, Nevada.  Preserved at Warner-Robins AFB,
					Georgia.
				7448 (c/n 417) sent to be target at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland Nov 1986
				7449 (c/n 419) assigned to battle damage repair trainer at RAF Upper Heyford, England Jun 1986.  Salvaged at Crediton, Devon,
					England in 1994.
				7450 (c/n 420) crashed into Mount Luf in Manaigo Range, Idaly Feb 1, 1974.  Both crew killed.
				7451 (c/n 422) w/o at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona Aug 17, 1969
				7452 (c/n 424) modified as EF-4C flak-suppression aircraft.  To AMARC as FP089 Oct 7, 1987
				7453 (c/n 426) to Soesterberg 6/13/1986 for battle damage repair training.  Preserved at Kamp van Zeist, Holland
				7454 (c/n 427) to AMARC as FP079 May 21, 1987.  To 490SS as target at Holloman AFB, NM Sep 4, 1997.  Salvaged in 1996 
				7455 (c/n 429) scrapped Apr 1, 1988.  Noted 10/21/2000 at McEntire AFB, SC as a battle damage repair training airframe.  
				7456 (c/n 431) w/o at Hill AFB, Utah Jul 15, 1968
				7457 (c/n 434) w/o at Eglin AFB, Florida Jan 20, 1979
				7458 (c/n 435) crashed near Gila Bend Range, Arizona Jun 24, 1966 after a spin.  Crew ejected safely.
				7459 (c/n 437) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Scrapped at Langley AFB, Virginia Oct 1, 1987.
				7460 (c/n 439) to AMARC as FP179 Dec 5, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7461 (c/n 440) crashed on Avon Park Range, Florida Dec 20, 1967.
				7462 (c/n 442) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Crashed near Ching Chuan Kang AB, Taiwan
					Oct 15, 1973.
				7463 (c/n 443) noted preserved with Arkansas Army National Guard at Camp Robinson, Little Rock, Arkansas in Oct
					2000 and again in 2006.
				7464 (c/n 445) crashed on Gila Bend Range, Arizona Jun 27, 1968.  Both crewmen killed.
				7465 (c/n 447) sent to be target at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland Nov 1986.
				7466 (c/n 449) with 12th TFW, 558th TFS disappeared off Okinawa, Japan May 24, 1965. Both crew MIA.
				7467 (c/n 453) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Put on display at Tecknik Museum, Siefershofen, Germany.
				7468 ((c/n 455) with 455th BS to AMARC as FP321 Oct 4, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Aug 12, 1998 and salvaged.
63-7469/7526		McDonnell F-4C-18-MC Phantom
				7469 (c/n 458) with 559th TFS, 12th TFW shot down by ground fire near Ban Ralao, Laos Jan 16, 1966
				7470 (c/n 459) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Converted to QF-4C prototype.  W/o at
					Tyndall AFB, Florida Nov 19, 1986
				7471 (c/n 461) assigned as battle damage repair trainer to RAF Lakenheath, England May 1986.  Salvaged May 1996
				7472 (c/n 462) retained by McDonnell.  Crashed near Murphysboro, Illinois due to mechanical failure Feb 27, 1964
				7473 (c/n 463) to AMARC as FP059 Apr 27, 1987.  Sent to be target on Tonicha Peak Range, Nevada Apr 1991.
				7474 (c/n 465) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Assigned as battle damage repair trainer
					at Spangdahlem AB, West Germany.   Cut up for scrap at Incirlik AB, Turkey in spring
					of 1996.
				7475 (c/n 466) to AMARC as FP365.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Aug 12, 1998 and salvaged
				7476 (c/n 468) crashed near Willcox, Arizona Feb 17, 1971.
				7477 (c/n 469) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Robins AFB, Georgia.  Fuselage at Robins AFB, GA
				7478 (c/n 471) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Assigned as a battle-damage repair trainer
					at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio Feb 1989
				7479 (c/n 472) on display at Kingsley Field.
				7480 (c/n 473) w/o at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona Oct 17, 1966
				7481 (c/n 475) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  (163rd TFS, Indiana ANG) crashed at 
					Luke AFB Mar 3, 1982
				7482 (c/n 476) on display at Minnesota ANG, Minneapolis/St Paul IAP.
				7483 (c/n 478) crashed near Ocala, Florida Mar 4, 1964. 
				7484 (c/n 479) to AMARC as FP081 May 27, 1987.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Oct 2, 1996 and salvaged
				7485 (c/n 481) on display at Warner Robins AF Museum, Macon, GA
				7486 (c/n 483) with 8th TFW, 497th TFS hit the ground during rocket attack, presumed due to ground fire Oct 7, 1966. 
					Both crew killed.
				7487 (c/n 485) converted to GF-4C and assigned as ground trainer at Sheppard AFB, Texas in 1985.  Put on display at 
					USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park
				7488 (c/n 486) with 390th TFS, 366th TFW shot down near Dong Hoi, North Vietnam Jul 25, 1967.  Both crew killed.
				7489 (c/n 488) with 390th TFS, 366th TFW ditched into sea off Tho Ngoa, North Vietnam Dec 27, 1967.
				7490 (c/n 489) to AMARC as FP174 Nov 16, 1988.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Nov 2, 1998
				7491 (c/n 491) converted GF-4C and assigned as ground trainer at Hickam AFB, Hawaii.  On a pedestal at St Louis 
					Regional Airport, Bethalo, IL
				7492 (c/n 492) with 182nd TFS, Texas ANG crashed near Tilden, Texas Jan 14, 1986
				7493 (c/n 494) with 12th TFW destroyed in hangar fire at Seoul AB, South Korea Apr 29, 1969
				7494 (c/n 495) with 80th TFS, 347th TFW crashed on Avon Park Range, Florida Sep 5, 1967
				7495 (c/n 498) SOC Oct 1986.  Sent to be target on Dugway Test Range, Utah
				7496 (c/n 499) with 391st TFS, 12th TFW shot down near Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam Jul 4, 1968.
				7497 (c/n 501) to AMARC as FP049 Apr 7, 1987.  Sent to be a target on the Tolicha Peak Range, Nevade Mar 1991.
				7498 (c/n 502) with 558th TFS, 12th TFW) ditched into sea off Hon Giai Island, Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Oct 8, 1967 due
					to battle damage
				7499 (c/n 504) with 12th TFW, 557th TFS suffered dual engine flameout and crashed over Binh Dinh province, SVN Oct 8, 1967. 
					Pilot killed during ejection, RIO survived.
				7500 (c/n 505) to AMARC as FP054 Apr 15, 1987.  Sent to be a target on Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada Apr 1991
				7501 (c/n 506) to AMARC as FP038 Feb 4, 1987.  Sent to be a target on Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada Jun 1991.
				7502 (c/n 508) with 8th TFW, 497th TFS hit by ground fire Aug 12, 1966. Crew ejected and were rescued.
				7503 (c/n 510) with 8th TFW, 497th TFS hit by ground fire during bomb run over Quang Binh, NVN Aug 31, 1966. Both crew KIA.
				7504 (c/n 512) crashed May 6, 1965 Virden, AZ.
				7505 (c/n 513) to AMARC Sep 1987.  Now located in a vacant field at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho.
				7506 (c/n 515) to AMARC as FP031 Jan 5, 1987.  Sent to be a target on Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada
				7507 (c/n 516) converted to GF-4C, and assigned as ground trainer at Sheppard AFB, Texas.  Seen on display at 
					American Legion post in Marshaltown, IA
				7508 (c/n 518) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Assigned as battle damage repair trainer
					at George AFB, California as 00-0508 Nov 1986
				7509 (c/n 519) with 12th TFW, 558th TFS crashed after midair collision with F-4C 64-0716 2 mi N of Cam Ranh Bay, SVN 
					Sep 17, 1966. Both crew KIA.
				7510 (c/n 522) to AMARC as FP072 May 18, 1987.  Sent to be target on Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada Apr 1991
				7511 (c/n 523) converted to GF-4C and assigned as ground trainer at Clark AB, Philippines 1987-1989.  Was preserved
					at Clark AB, falsely marked as 82-163.  Salvaged in 1991.
				7512 (c/n 525) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Assigned as battle damage repair trainer at
					Spangdahlem AB, West Germany.  Was preserved at Aviano AB, Italy.  Now on display Pordenone, Veneto, Italy.
				7513 (c/n 526) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraf.  Assigned as ground trainer at ANG Combat Readiness 
					Training Center, Gulfport, MS.  Currently preserved in Gulfport, Mississippi
				7514 (c/n 527) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Osan AB, South Korea Aug 1986
				7515 (c/n 529) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Kelly AFB, Texas.  Seen preserved at Lackland AFB, TX 2009.
				7516 (c/n 530) to AMARC as FP028 Nov 21, 1986.  Salvaged Oct 1996
				7517 (c/n 533) to AMARC as FP334 Oct 11, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7518 (c/n 534) with 8th TFW, 433rd TFS hit by ground fire during bomb run over target in Laos Oct 20, 1966. Crew ejected 
					and were rescued.
				7519 (c/n 536) assigned as battle damge repair trainer at Georg AFB, California Jul 1986.  Put on display at 
					Southern California Logistics Airport, Victorville, CA.
				7520 (c/n 537) with 123rd FIS, Oregon ANG crashed into Pacific Ocean Jul 26, 1983
				7521 (c/n 538) with 12th TFW, 559th TFS crashed into a mountain during a CAS mission in Ninh Thuan province, SVN Dec 6, 1966. 
					Both crew KIA.
				7522 (c/n 540) to AMARC as FP058 Apr 23, 1987. Sent to be target on Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada Apr 1991
				7523 (c/n 541) sent to be target on Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland Nov 1986.
				7524 (c/n 544) with 558th TFS, 12th TFW crashed near Cam Ranh Bay AB, South Vietnam Dec 27, 1969
				7525 (c/n 545) with 8th TFW, 497th TFS hit by ground fire during bomb run Aug 27, 1966. Crew ejected over water and were rescued.
				7526 (c/n 547) with 58th TFTW crashed on Avon Park Bombing Range, Florida
63-7527/7597		McDonnell F-4C-19-MC Phantom
				7527 (c/n 548) (8th TFW, 433rd TFS) hit by SAM, flew to Thailand where crew ejected Dec 19, 1965. Crew rescued.
				7528 (c/n 549) (12th TFW, 557th TFS) shot down by ground fire in Phong Dinh province, SVN Nov 4, 1969. Both crew KIA.
				7529 (c/n 552) to AMARC as FP180 Dec 13, 1988.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Sep 21, 1998 and salvaged
				7530 (c/n 553) to AMARC as FP294 Aug 23, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7531 (c/n 555) with 559th FTS, 12th TFW shot down near Tang Hune Nord, Laos Apr 21, 1966
				7532 (c/n 556) on display at 917th Wing (AFRC), Barksdale AFB.
				7533 (c/n 557) ditched into Gulf of Tonkin off Van Xuan, North Vietnam due to battle damage Dec 11, 1966.
					One crewman killed.
				7534 (c/n 559) named “Defiance II” with Michigan ANG in 1978.  Preserved at Selfridge Military Air Museum, MI.
				7535 (c/n 560) shot down MiG-21 Nov 5, 1966.  Destroyed in Viet Cong rocket attack on Da Nang AB Jul 15, 1967
				7536 (c/n 562) assigned at battle damage repair trainer at RAF Lakenheath, England Jul 1986.  Was preserved
					at Norvenich AB, Germany.  Currently preserved at Seiferthofen Museum, Germany
				7537 (c/n 564) on display at Holloman AFB Air Park, painted as 63-7535. 
				7538 (c/n 565) with 480th TFS, 366th TFW ditched into sea off Dong Hoi, North Vietnam due to battle
					damage Oct 15, 1967.
				7539 (c/n 567) crashed into residential area on Davis Island near MacDill AB, Florida May 26, 1966
				7540 (c/n 568) on display at Hickam AFB, HI.
				7541 (c/n 570) to AMARC as FP041 Feb 25, 1987.  Sent to be target on Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada Apr 1991
				7542 (c/n 572) to AMARC as FP136 Jul 12, 1988.  To National, Kolb Road, Tucson Feb 13, 1997 and salvaged
				7543 (c/n 573) to AMARC as FP140 Jul 19, 1988.  To National, Kolb Road, Tucson Feb 20, 1997 and salvaged.
					Tail section in National Aircraft Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ Oct 8, 2001.
				7544 (c/n 574, 366th TFW) shot down by friendly fire near Da Nang AB Dec 9, 1966.  Crew ejected safely.
				7545 (c/n 576) to AMARC as FP785 Nov 19, 1991.  Bore civil registration N421FS.  To Fritz
					Enterprises, Taylor, MI Jun 1, 1999 and salvaged.
				7546 (c/n 577) ditched into sea off Thon Cam Son, North Vietnam due to battle damage Jul 12, 1966
				7547 (c/n 579, 12th TFW, 557th TFS) shot down by ground fire Sep 5, 1967 in Quang Binh
					province, North Vietnam.  Both crew MIA
				7548 (c/n 581) shot down by ground fire near Tu Loan, North Vietnam Jun 2, 1967.  Both crew killed.
				7549 (c/n 582) to AMARC as FP045 Mar 12, 1987.  Sent to be a target on the Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada Apr 1991.
				7550 (c/n 584) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Robins AFB, Georgia Aug 1986
				7551 (c/n 585) on pole at Leo Boston Memorial Park, Canon City, CO.  Reportedly w/o Dec 1965 and used for
					munitions training at Lowry AFB.  Dedicated as 12th TFW memorial Sep 16, 2001.
				7552 (c/n 588) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Bergstrom AFB, Texas
				7553 (c/n 589) sent to be a target at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland Nov 1986 
				7554 (c/n 590) crashed at MacDill AFB, Florida Jun 26, 1966
				7555 (c/n 592) to ANG in 1979.  Named "Triple Threat" with 114th TFTS Oregon ANG in Oct 1987.  Dropped from 
					inventory in 1988 and transferred to Yankee Air Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan for static display
				7556 (c/n 593) preserved at Jackson Barracks, New Orleans, LA
				7557 (c/n 595) to AMARC as FP204 Jan 18, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI May 19, 2000 and salvaged
				7558 (c/n 596) destroyed in VC rocket attack on Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Jul 15, 1967
				7559 (c/n 598) was preserved at Dobbins AFB, Georgia.  Currently preserved at Robins AFB, Georgia, falsely
					marked as 68-566
				7560 (c/n 599) (8th TFW, 555th TFS) shot down by ground fire during armed recon mission near Ha Bac/Na Lang/Lang Son,
					North Vietnam Aug 8, 1966. Both crew MIA. 
				7561 (c/n 601, 8th TFW, 555th TFS) shot down by SA-2 SAM near Thai Hguyen,
					North Vietnam Sep 4, 1966.  1 KIA, 1 POW
				7562 (c/n 603) to AMARC as FP048 Mar 30, 1987.  Salvaged Oct 1996
				7563 (c/n 604) (15th TFW, 47th TFS) hit by ground fire and crashed in NVN Oct 5, 1965. Both crew ejected and POW. 
				7564 (c/n 606) converted to EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  To AMARC as FP779 Oct 29, 1994.  To N422FS as QF-4 drone
				7565 (c/n 607) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  was preserved in Terre Haute, Indiana.  
					Currently preserved at Indiana ANG, Stout Field, IN
				7566 (c/n 609) to AMARC as FP043 Mar 2, 1987.  Salvaged Oct 1996
				7567 (c/n 611) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  In 1987 was with FSI at Mojave as N402FS.  Now at Travis AFB Museum
				7568 (c/n 612) to AMARC as FP033 Jan 26, 1987.  Sent to be target on Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada Jan 1991.
				7569 (c/n 613) to AMARC as FP057 Apr 21, 1987.  Sent to be target on Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada Apr 1991.
				7570 (c/n 615) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Warner-Robins AFB, Georgia Aug 1996.  Currently 
					preserved at Kissimmee, Florida
				7571 (c/n 617) (8th TFW, 433rd TFS) hit by ground fire and crashed near Chi Lang/Kep, North
					Vietnam Jun 1, 1966. Both crew ejected and POW.
				7572 (c/n 618) w/o Jan 12, 1973
				7573 (c/n 620) destroyed in VC rocket attack on Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Jul 15, 1967
				7574 (c/n 621) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Wfu Feb 1986.
					Was preserved at Shaw AFB, South Carolina, falsely marked as 68-708.  Sent to be a target
					on Avon Park Range, Florida
				7575 (c/n 622) to AMARC as FP322 Oct 4, 1989.  To Holloman AFB, NM as target Nov 2, 1998
				7576 (c/n 625) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at RAF Lakenheath, England Jul 1986.  Assigned as
					ground trainer at Bitburg AB, West Germany Aug 1988.
				7577 (c/n 626) shot down MiG-17 over North Vietnam May 1, 1967.  Shot down near Hainan Island
					by unidentified PLAAF fighter Jun 26, 1967 while on ferry flight from Philippines.
				7578 (c/n 627) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Myrtle Beach AFB, South Carolina Sep 1987.
					Was at Warren Grove Range in New Jersey on its belly, but was
					later towed out on the range for a target where it remained
					for several years and was then scrapped.
				7579 (c/n 629) crashed near Holloman AFB, New Mexico Jun 16, 1965
				7580 (c/n 631) (366th TFW) destroyed by VC in shelling and rocket attack at Da Nang, SVN Feb 1, 1968.
				7581 (c/n 632) named "Patches" with 114th TFTS Oregon ANG in Oct 1987.  To AMARC as FP305 Sept 19, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7582 (c/n 634) to AMARC as FP134 Jul 1988.  Salvaged Sep 1996
				7583 (c/n 635) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Zweibrucken AB, West Germany.
					Put on display at Hermeskeil Museum, Germany
				7584 (c/n 636) at McChord Air Museum, WA.
				7585 (c/n 638) to AMARC as FP182 Dec 15, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7586 (c/n 640) shot down by small arms fire near Da Lat, South Vietnam Feb 22, 1969.  Both crewmembers
					ejected and were recovered.
				7587 (c/n 642) crashed near Cam Ranh Bay AB, South Vietnam due to engine failure Aug 6, 1966
				7588 (c/n 643) converted to GF-4C  Assigned as ground trainer at Sheppard AFB, Texas.
				7589 (c/n 644) shot down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Jan 2, 1967.  To AMARC as FP032 Jan 21, 1987.  
					To Tolicha Peak Electronic Range, Nevada as range target.
				7590 (c/n 647) with 557th TFS, 12th TFW shot down by small arms fire near Tan Sun Nhut, South
					Vietnam Jan 7, 1967.   Both crew members ejected and were recovered.
				7591 (c/n 648) to AMARC as FP027 Nov 14, 1986.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Oct 24, 1996 and salvaged
				7592 (c/n 649) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Hill AFB, Utah Dec 1987.  Assigned as ground
					trainer at Clark AB, Philippines Dec 1989.  Salvaged 1991
				7593 (c/n 651) with 390th FTS, 366th TFW crashed into sea due to battle damage off Da Nang AB, South 
					Vietnam Aug 11, 1967
				7594 (c/n 653) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft. In 2011 was on display at 
					Wisconsin National Guard Museum at Camp Williams/Volk Field, Wisconsin.
				7595 (c/n 654) to AMARC as FP247 Apr 19, 1989.  To Saylor Creek Range, ID as target Oct 7, 1998
				7596 (c/n 656) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Sent to be target at Aberdeen
					Proving Ground, Maryland
				7597 (c/n 657)with 44th TFS, 18th TFW crashed near Greenwood/Midnight, Mississippi Sep 22, 1964
63-7598/7662		McDonnell F-4C-20-MC Phantom
				7598 (c/n 658) to AMARC as FP034 Jan 26, 1987. Salvaged in 1996
				7599 (c/n 669) with 15th TFW, 47th TFS shot down by an SA-2 SAM over Lang Chi/Hanoi, North Vietnam Jul 24, 1965. 1 KIA, 1 POW.
				7600 (c/n 672) shot down near Tho Ngoa/Dong Hoi, North Vietnam Nov 7, 1967
				7601 (c/n 673) assigned as battle-damage repair trainer at Robins AFB, GA.  Noted stored at Robins AFB, GA Aug 2001.
				7602 (c/n 675) noted dumped at Hill AFB Nov 1986
				7603 (c/n 677) ditched into sea off Dong Hoi, North Vietnam due to battle damage May 31, 1967
				7604 (c/n 679) with 12th TFW, 559th TFS crashed at Cam Ranh Bay AB, SVN Nov 5, 1969. Both crew killed.
				7605 (c/n 680) to AMARC as FP102 Apr 21, 1988.  Salvaged in 1996
				7606 (c/n 681) crashed near Lakeland, Florida Aug 14, 1973.  Both crew killed.
				7607 (c/n 684) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  To AMARC as FP733 Aug 14, 1991.
					To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Jun 1, 1999 and salvaged
				7608 (c/n 685) with 559th TFS, 12th TFW shot down by SA-2 near Yen Bai, North Vietnam Dec 3, 1966
				7609 (c/n 686) with 4453rd CCTW crashed near Bisbee-Douglas airport, Arizona Jul 24, 1970.
				7610 (c/n 688) assigned as battle damage repair trainer to RAF, Lakenheath, England Jul 1986.  Salvaged May 1996
				7611 (c/n 689). Noted Fall 2003 at March Field, Riverside, CA (on base, not in the museum).  Still on display
					at 163rd RW on March ARB as of Jan 2011.
				7612 (c/n 691) with 8th TFW, 433rd TFS crashed due to loss of power on takeoffat Ubon AB, Thailand Oct 6, 1967. 
					Crew ejected and were recovered.
				7613 (c/n 693) with 557th TFS, 12th TFW shot down by ground fire near Thon Cam Son, North Vietnam Sep 16, 1966.  Crew rescued by
					helicopter.
				7614 (c/n 694) with 12th TFW, 558th TFS hit by AAA, then shot down by MiG-17F gunfire SW of Hanoi over North Vietnam May 12, 1967.
					One of the crew ejected and became POW.  Other crewman MIA.
				7615 (c/n 695) modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Was preserved at Kelly AFB, Texas.  Sent to be
					target at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland Jun 2000.
				7616 (c/n 697) with 12th TFW, 559th TFS shot down by AAA in North Vietnam Nov 11, 1966.  Both crew ejected and POW, pilot 
					died during captivity.
				7617 (c/n 699) to AMARC as FP065 May 1, 1987.  Salvaged Sep 1996
				7618 (c/n 701) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at McClellan AFB, California Apr 1986.  Salvaged May 1991
				7619 (c/n 702) with 9th TFS, 49th TFW crashed into San Pablo Bay, California Jan 13, 1970.  Both crew killed.
				7620 (c/n 704) to AMARC as FP050 Apr 7, 1987.  Sent to be target on Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada Apr 1991
				7621 (c/n 706) with 390th TFS, 366th TFW shot down by ground fire near Dak To, South Vietnam Dec 31, 1967
				7622 (c/n 708) was preserved at Shaw AFB, South Carolina, currently preserved at Camden, OH.
				7623 (c/n 709) shot down MiG-17 over North Vietnam May 20, 1967.   Modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.
					Converted to GF-4C and assigned as ground trainer at Chanute AFB, Illinois.  Preserved in
					Fairmount, Indiana.
				7624 (c/n 710) to AMARC as FP055 Apr 15, 1987.  Sent to be target on Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada Apr 1991
				7625 (c/n 713) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Hickam AFB, HI.  Currently preserved in Tilden, Texas
				7626 (c/n 714) to AMARC as FP087 Sep 22, 1987.  Conflict here as Air-Britain
					magazine says that aircraft crashed into sea near Tillamook
					Bay, Oregon Jan 3, 1989 and that the crew ejected.
				7627 (c/n 715) with 4453rd CCTW crashed on Gila Bend Range, AZ Sep 16, 1966
				7628 (c/n 717) on display at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska
				7629 (c/n 718) to AMARC as FP139 Jul 19, 1988.  Salvaged Sep 1996
				7630 (c/n 720) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Shaw AFB, South Carolina.  Scrapped Sept 1, 1987.
				7631 (c/n 722) to AMARC as FP035 Jan 26, 1987.  To DMI/ARM, Tucson, Arizona and salvaged Mar 1995
				7632 (c/n 723) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Holloman AFB, New Mexico Sep 1987. Scrapped Sept 1, 1987.
				7633 (c/n 726) to AMARC as FP183 Dec 28, 1988.  To Saylor Creek Range, ID for target Oct 8, 1998
				7634 (c/n 727) with 389th TFS, 366th TFW crsshed while landing at Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Aug 11, 1967.  Pilot killed.
				7635 (c/n 729) w/o Oct 3, 1972.
				7636 (c/n 730) 4553rd CCTW) crashed on takeoff from MacDill AFB, Florida Jan 19, 1968
				7637 (c/n 731) to AMARC as FP132 Jun 15, 1988.  To National, Kolb Rd, Tucson Jan 16, 1997.
					Noted in National Aircraft Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ Oct 8, 2001.  Front
					section seen at an airshow Jun 2008.
				7638 (c/n 734) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
				7639 (c/n 735) with 390th TFS, 366th TFW damaged and crash landed at Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Aug 5, 1967.  Veered off 
					the runway and hit five parked aircraft: 2 O-1E, 1 O-1F, 2 O-2A (67-21317, 67-21322)
				7640 (c/n 737) with 8th TFW, 497th TFS hit by own bomb blast and caught fire Sep 13, 1966. Crew ejected and was recovered.
				7641 (c/n 738) with 8th TFW, 433rd TFS took direct AAA hit and exploded Apr 24, 1967. Both crew KIA.
				7642 (c/n 740) with 8th TFW, 433rd TFS damaged by MiG-17 gunfire, crew ejected over the Gulf of Tonkin Sep 21, 1966. Crew was rescued.
				7643 (c/n 742) with 8th TFW, 555th TFS shot down by MiG-17 gunfire near Dap Cau/Kep, North Vietnam Sept 16, 1966.  Pilot MIA, RIO POW.
				7644 (c/n 745) at Arnold AFS, Manchester, Tennessee
				7645 (c/n 746) with 8th TFW, 433rd TFS crashed after mid-air collision with F-4 63-7499 over Thailand Oct 8, 1967. 
					Crew ejected and were recovered.
				7646 (c/n 748) to AMARC as FP141 Jul 21, 1988.  To National, Kolb Rd, Tucson Jan 2, 1997.
					Seen in pieces at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, California
				7647 (c/n 750) shot down MiG-17 over North Vietnam Jun 5, 1967.  Was on display at Oregon ANG, Portland.  In 2013 was 
					on display at Evergreen Aviation Museum, McMinnville, Oregon
				7648 (c/n 752) crashed on Avon Park Range, Florida Sep 26, 1967.
				7649 (c/n 754) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at McClellan AFB, California Jun 1986. Salvaged.
				7650 (c/n 755) shot down MiG-17 over North Vietnam Sep 16, 1966.  To AMARC as F0066 May 5, 1987.  Salvaged Mar 1995.
				7651 (c/n 756) crashed near Kirtland AFB, New Mexico Apr 8, 1966.
				7652 (c/n 759) with 8th TFW, 433rd TFS left main gear tire blew on takeoff at Ubon AB, Thailand and plane caught fire 
					May 9, 1967. Pilot not injured, but RIO suffered 3rd degree burns.
				7653 (c/n 760) with 8th TFW, 433rd TFS damaged by AAA over Hanoi Mar 10, 1967, which
					caused a fuel leak.  Capt Pardo flying F-4C 64-0839 pushed the
					plane with the tailhook to his windshield to Laos, where
					the crew ejected and were rescued.  
				7654 (c/n 762) converted to NF-4C.  TO AMARC as FP853 May 22, 1992.  Currently preserved in Gallatin, Texas
				7655 (c/n 763) to AMARC as FP073 May 18, 1987.  Salvaged Sep 1996
				7656 (c/n 765) with 497th TFS, 8th TFT shot down by unknown gunfire while attacking boats near Ba Don, Quang Binh 
					Province, North Vietnam Mar 3, 1967.  Crew MIA
				7657 (c/n 767) converted to GF-4C and assigned as ground trainer at Sheppard AFB, Texas Apr 1985.  Currently
					preserved in New Orleans, Louisiana
				7658 (c/n 768) with 480th TFS, 366th TFW shot down near Ban Loupoun/Ban Hai, Laos Dec 30, 1967.  Both crew killed.
				7659 (c/n 771) with 390th TFS, 366th TFW destroyed in VC rocket attack on Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Jul 15, 1967
				7660 (c/n 772) reported crashed near Fort Hood, Texas May 3, 1965.  Both crew killed.  Also noted 
					stored at Robins AFB, GA Aug 2001.
				7661 (c/n 774) W/O nOV 27, 1970
				7662 (c/n 775) to AMARC as FP293 Aug 16, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Jun 1, 1999 and scrapped.
63-7663/7713		McDonnell F-4C-21-MC Phantom
				7663 (c/n 778) destroyed by VC rocket attack at Birn Hoa, SVN Feb 11, 1968.
				7664 (c/n 780) with 8th TFW, 555th TFS hit by ground fire during pass on Thanh Hoa railway bridge and ditched at sea 
					May 31, 1966. Crew MIA.
				7665 (c/n 781) to AMARC as FP074 May 18, 1987.  Sent to be target on Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada Oct 1990
				7666 (c/n 782) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Kunsan AB, South Korea in 1987
				7667 (c/n 785) assigned as battle damage reapir trainer at Torrejon AB, Spain Oct 1986
				7668 (c/n 786) shot down MiG-21 over North Vietnam May 4, 1967.  Ditched into sea off Da Nang AB, South
					Vietnam due to battle damage Jan 27, 1968.
				7669 (c/n 788) with 8th TFW, 433rd TFS shot down by MiG-17 gunfire near Huu Lung, North Vietnam May 20, 1967.  
					Crew ejected and became POW
				7670 (c/n 790) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Taegu AB, South Korea.  Salvaged
				7671 (c/n 791) with 557th TFS, 12th TFW shot down by AAA over Laos Feb 18, 1970.  Both crew KIA
				7672 (c/n 793) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Semour Johnston AB, NC Sep 1987
				7673 (c/n 794) with 8th TFW hit by ground fire and crashed at sea off Da Nang AB, South Vietnam 
					Jun 12, 1967.  Crew ejected and were recovered.
				7674 (c/n 797) w/o in Japan or South Korea Feb 27, 1969
				7675 (c/n 789) with 550th TFTS, 58th TFTW crashed on Luke Range, Arizona Jan 23, 1974.
				7676 (c/n 799) with 123rd FIS, Oregon ANG crashed into Pacific Ocean off Tillamook Bay, Oregon Jan 3, 1989.  
					RIO was killed.
				7677 (c/n 802) with 8th TFW, 433rd TFS hit by ground fire during bomb run near Ha Loi/Hoa Binh, North
					Vietnam Apr 16, 1966. Crew ejected and became POW.
				7678 (c/n 803) with 4453rd CCTW crashed Nov 7, 1967 near Tombstone, AZ.  Crew ejected safely.
				7679 (c/n 805) preserved at Portland IAP, Oregon in Feb 1993 and still present in 2007.
				7680 (c/n 806) shot down MiG-21 Jan 2, 1967, flown by Col Robin Olds and 1st Lt
					C. Clifton.  Shot down MiG-21 Apr 5, 1967.  Shot down MiG-17 May 13, 1967 flown by Lt Col.
					F. A. Haeffner and 1st Lt M R. Bever of 433rd TFS.  Shot down
					by AAA Nov 20, 1967 with 480th TFS, 366th TFW while attacking suspected
					SAM site.  Rear seat ejected safely and was picked up, but
					pilot not seen to leave the aircraft before water impact.  Pilot declared KIA.
					Plane marked as 63-7680 on display at Lackland AFB, Texas is actually US Navy 149421.
				7681 (c/n 809) with 8th TFW, 433rd TFS hit by ground fire during bomb run near Ban Nampakhon, Laos 
					Mar 28, 1966. Both crew ejected and were rescued.
				7682 (c/n 810) with 58th TFTW crashed near Yokota AB, Japan Dec 28, 1967
				7683 (c/n 811) shot down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Jan 2, 1967.  To AMARC as FP357 Oct 23, 1989.  
					Noted fall 2003 in Museo Nacional de Aeronautic de Chile, Los Cerillos, Chile.
				7684 (c/n 814) with 391st TFS, 12th TFW crashed near Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Apr 5, 1968.
				7685 (c/n 815) to AMARC as FP067 May 6, 1987.  Sent to be target on Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada Mar 1991
				7686 (c/n 817) to AMARC as FP053 Apr 10, 1987.  Sent to be target on Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada Feb 1991.
				7687 (c/n 818) with 8th TFW, 433rd TFS hit by ground fire and ran off runway while landing dead stick
					at Dong Ha AB, South Vietnam Sep 18, 1966.  Crew OK.
				7688 (c/n 820) to AMARC as FP047 Mar 19, 1987.  Sent to be target on Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada Mar 1991.
				7689 (c/n 822) to AMARC as FP842 Apr 27, 1992.  Now registered as N420FS.  Still
					on AMARC inventory as FP842 Jan 15, 2008.
				7690 (c/n 823) with 390th TFS, 35th TFW crashed into sea off Vinh Linh, North Vietnam due to battle damage Jul 17, 1966
				7691 (c/n 826) with 15th TFW crashed on takeoff from Barksdale AFB, Louisiana  Jan 21, 1967
				7692 (c/n 827) with 8th TFW, 497th TFS shot down by SAM over near Long Cha Lake, NVN May 22, 1967. Both crew MIA.
				7693 (c/n 828) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at March AFB, California Jan 1987.
					Put on display at March Field Museum, CA.
				7694 (c/n 831) with 8th TFW, 497th TFS crashed on takeoff at Ubon RTAFB Sep 13, 1966.  Both crew killed.
				7695 (c/n 832) with 8th TFW, 555th TFS fire warning light came on during GCA approach to Ubon AB, Thailand
					Jul 20, 1966. RIO ejected too low and was killed.  Pilot stayed with aircraft and survived 
					with multiple fractures.  
				7696 (c/n 834) with 184h TFS, Arkansas ANG crashed in Quachita National Forest near Waldron, Arkansas Jun 5, 1985
				7697 (c/n 835) with 480th TFS, 35th TFW shot down by ground fire near Dong Hoi, North Vietnam Jun 13, 1966
				7698 (c/n 838) with 480th TFS, 366th TFW shot down by ground fre near Huong Vi/Kep, North Vietnam Jul 6, 1966
				7699 (c/n 839) shot down MiG-17 over North Vietnam May 14, 1967.  Assigned as battle damage repair trainer at
					RAF Fairford, England, later to RAF Upper Heyford, England.  Currently on display at 
					Midland Air Museum, Coventry, UK.
				7700 (c/n 840) with 47th TFS, 15th TFW shot down in low-level strafing run and exploded over North Vietnam Sep 4, 1965. 
					Both crew killed.
				7701 (c/n 843) with 391st TFS, 12th TFW shot down over Laos Mar 15, 1968
				7702 (c/n 844) converted to GF-4C asd assigned as ground trainer at Sheppard AFB, Texas.  
					Noted Summer 2003 at Pratt County Historical Museum, Kansas.
				7703 (c/n 846) w/o Jun 2, 1975.
				7704 (c/n 848) to AMARC as FP042 Mar 2, 1987.  Was preserved at General Mitchell 
					IAP, Milwaukee, Wisconsin painted as 64-0751, which was shot down over Vietnam Nov 1967.  Currently
					preserved at Mountain Home AFB Air Park, Idaho
				7705 (c/n 849) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Clark AB, Philippines Apr 1987.  Salvaged
				7706 (c/n 851) crashed near Bac Giang/Hanoi, North Vietnma after collision with F-4 64-0786 Jun 11, 1967.  Both
					crewmen killed.
				7707 (c/n 852) to AMARC as FP046 Mar 16, 1987.  Sent to be target on Tolicha Peak Range, Nevada Feb 1991
				7708 (c/n 855) with 12th TFW, 559th TFS exploded on pull-of from bombing W of Thien Giao, SVN Oct 2, 1969. One crew KIA, one ejected and recovered.
				7709 (c/n 856) with 480th TFS, 366th TFW crashed into Gulf of Tonkin due to battle damage Jan 27, 1967
				7710 (c/n 858) shot down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Jan 2, 1967.  With 555th TFS, 8th TFW, crashed in Thailand due
					to hydraulics failure Jun 12, 1967
				7711 (c/n 860) to AMARC as FP061 Apr 27, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7712 (c/n 861) with 8th TFW, 432nd TFS hit by ground fire and crashed 75 mi NW of Hanoi, North Vietnam Oct 1, 1965. Both crew killed.
				7713 (c/n 863) with 12th TFW, 557th TFS shot down over North Vietnam Jul 5, 1968.  Both crew ejected but KIA.
63-7714/7739		Martin LGM-25C Titan II missiles
				7714 (B-59) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				7715 (B-60) launched from Vandenberg AFB Mar 24, 1965
				7716 (B-61) launched from Vandenberg AFB Feb 18, 1966
				7717 (B-62) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jul 21, 1965
				7718 (B-63) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				7719 (B-64) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				7720 (B-65) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-1
				7721 (B-66) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				7722 (B-67) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-11
				7723 (B-68) launched from Vandenberg AFB Nov 24, 1966
				7724 (B-69) launched from Vandenberg AFB Oct 5, 1973
				7725 (B-70) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jun 23, 1967
				7726 (B-71) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-14
				7727 (B-72) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-12 and 23G-14
				7728 (B-73) failed in launch from Vandenberg AFB Dec 22, 1965
				7729 (B-74) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				7730 (B-75) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-2 and 23G-7
				7731 (B-76) launched from Vandenberg AFB Nov 24, 1966
				7732 (B-77) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				7733 (B-78) launched from Vandenberg AFB Oct 11, 1972
				7734 (B-79) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				7735 (B-80) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-10 and 23G-12
				7736 (B-81) launched from Vandenberg AFB Apr 12, 1967
				7737 (B-82) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jun 12, 1968
				7738 (B-83) launched from Vandenberg AFB May 20, 1969
				7739 (B-84) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan SLV 23G-12
63-7740/7742		McDonnell RF-4C-17-MC Phantom
				7740 (c/n 412) first flight May 18, 1964.  Retained by McDonnell for tests. Crashed near Cuba, MO after collision
					with F-4M XV395 Sep 13, 1968
				7741 (c/n 433) to AMARC as FP338 Oct 12, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7742 (c/n 451) to AMARC as FP928 Jun 4, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
63-7743/7749		McDonnell RF-4C-18-MC Phantom
				7743 (c/n 467) converted to RF-4E prototype.  w/o Jun 25, 1975.  Converted to NRF-4C, then to GRF-4E.  assigned
					as ground trainer at Sheppard AFB, Texas
				7744 (c/n 482) to NRF-4C.  To AMARC as FP871 Jun 26, 1992.  Was preserved at Kelly AFB, Texas.  In 2009 was on display at
					Lackland AFB.  Tail number displayed is 65-895
				7745 (c/n 496) SOC Jun 29, 1989.  Noted Apr 2004 at ANG Gate, Birmingham IAP, Alabama
				7746 (c/n 509) WFU Jan 1993.  Put on display at March Field Museum, CA.  Still there Dec 5, 2012
				7747 (c/n 521) to AMARC as FP384 Nov 16, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7748 (c/n 532) WFU Jan 1973.  Converted to GRF-4C instructional airframe and assigned as ground trainer at
					Sheppard AFB, Texas.  Put on display at Shaw AFB, South Carolina.
				7749 (460th TRW) destroyed in VC rocket attack on Tan Son Nhut Feb 17, 1968
63-7750/7763		McDonnell RF-4C-19-MC Phantom
				7750 (c/n 551) to AMARC as FP673 May 10, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7751 (c/n 561) was GRF-4C instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, Texas.  Salvaged Apr 1997
				7752 (c/n 569) was with 4411st Combat Crew Training Squadron, 363rd TRW at Shaw AFB, SC Mar 1966, to 160th TRS with
					Alabama ANG, in 1984 to 12th TRS, 67th TRW.  To AMARC as FP379 Nov 13, 1989.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7753 (c/n 578) to AMARC as FP261 Jun 13, 1989.  Given civil registration of N421FS.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7754 (c/n 586) to AMARC as FP783 Nov 5, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7755 (c/n 594) with 432rd TRW, 11th TRS shot down by AAA Jun 25, 1968 near Ban Nakok, Laos.  Both crew rescued
				7756 (c/n 600) with 160th TRS crashed near Dannelly Field, Alabama Feb 2, 1983.  Dropped from inventory as salvage 
					by 187th TRG at Dannelly Field, AL Feb 2, 1983.
				7757 (c/n 608) to AMARC as FP739 Aug 22, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7758 (c/n 616) to AMARC as FP297 Aug 31, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7759 (c/n 624) to AMARC as FP362 Oct 24, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7760 (c/n 630) WFU Apr 1973 and was converted to GRF-4C instructional airframe and used as ground
					trainer at Sheppard AFB, Texas.  Assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Shaw AFB, South Carolina
				7761 (c/n 639) converted to GRF-4C instructional airframe in 1979, and assigned as ground trainer at Sheppard AFB,
					Texas,.
				7762 (c/n 645) to AMARC as FP609 Feb 25, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7763 (c/n 652) WFU Sep 1972 and converted to GRF-4C instructional airframe and assigned as ground
					trainer at Sheppard AFB.  Was preserved at Bergstrom AFB Oct 1988.  Currently preserved in Rome, NY.
63-7764/7899		Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
				7764 (c/n 382-3813) to Aberdeen Proving Grounds
				7765 (c/n 382-3831) to AMARC as CF0225 Aug 1, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7766 (c/n 382-3832) crash landed short of runway Sparrevohn AFS, 
					Alaska Apr 28, 1974.  7 killed.  w/o 11/28/78.
				7767 (c/n 382-3833) to AMARC as CF0228 Nov 17, 2006. 
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7768 (c/n 382-3834) noted Mar 10, 2004 as GC-130E ground instructional airframe
					at Sheppard AFB, TX
				7769 (c/n 382-3835) to AMARC Mar 25, 2010
				7770 (c/n 382-3836) named "City of Edina" with 934th AW in 2003.  To AMARC as CF0288 May 27, 2008
				7771 (c/n 382-3837) to AMARC as CF0176 May 31, 1995
				7772 (c/n 382-3838, 345th TAS) crashed on takeoff, An Khe, South Vietnam Mar 12, 1967.
				7773 (c/n 382-3839) converted to EC-130E.  Reported to have been scrapped, but has 
					been sighted as being still in service.  Decommissioned Oct 2006 and put on
					display at Fort Indiantown Gap, Annville, PA
				7774 (c/n 382-3840) transferred to Israel as IDFAF 4X-FBF, nose #314
				7775 (c/n 382-3841) shot down during supply dropping mission and crashlanded in a swamp at La
					40 km from Saigon, SVN Apr 18, 1972. Crew survived.
				7776 (c/n 382-3842) to AMARC as CF0249 Nov 17, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7777 (c/n 382-3843) to AMARC as CF0208 Jun 19, 2003.  To Puerto Rico ANG
					Jul 7, 2004.  Seen 2008 sitting without wings at Kirtland AFB
					in use as some sort of ground trainer.
				7778 (c/n 382-3844) to AMARC as CF0206 Feb 27, 2003.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7779 (c/n 382-3845) named “Desert Wind” with 314th TAWin November 1990.  To ground trainer at Sheppard AFB
				7780 (c/n 382-3846) destroyed on ground at night Tonle Cham, SVN Jan 2, 1969
				7781 (c/n 382-3847) to AMARC as CF0248 Jan 18, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7782 (c/n 382-3848) to AMARC as CF0284 May 19, 2008
				7783 (c/n 382-3850) to EC-130E.  Has been scrapped.
				7784 (c/n 382-3851)
				7785 (c/n 382-3852) to MC-130EY Combat Talon I.  Exploded over the sea off Cam Ranh Bay,
					South Vietnam Jun 17, 1966 while being operated by VR-7 of US Navy.
					This serial number was later seen on another aircraft (64-0507) probably used for some
					sort of black operation. A Hercules serialled 63-7785 but with c/n 3991 has been
					reported Oct 2007 stored at March JRB, but c/n 3991 is 64-0507.
				7786 (c/n 382-3853) to AMARC Mar 2, 2012.
				7787 (c/n 382-3854, 314th TAS) crashed Barstow, CA after fin stall Apr 15, 1978.
					2 of 6 onboard killed. (ASN)
				7788 (c/n 382-3855) to AMARC as CF0205 Feb 27, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7789 (c/n 382-3856, 36th TAS) stolen by a crew chief at RAF Mildenhall who was having 
					marital problems and who was drinking heavily and wanted to go home.  
					Crashed in sea off Alderney, Channel Islands, UK May 23, 1969.  
					Official story is that the illegal pilot got disoriented
					in clouds and crashed.  There was speculation that the aircraft was
					shot down to avoid crashing into a populated area, but this has 
					always been denied.  It is true that a pair of F-100Ds were scrambled
					from RAF Lakenheath to give chase.
				7790 (c/n 382-3857) to AMARC as CF0229 Nov 20, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7791 (c/n 382-3859)
				7792 (c/n 382-3860) to AMARC Aug 26, 2010
				7793 (c/n 382-3872) retired in 1994.  To AMARC as CF0174 May 8, 1995.
				7794 (c/n 382-3873) to AMARC as CF0184 Dec 5, 1997.
				7795 (c/n 382-3861)
				7796 (c/n 382-3862)
				7797 (c/n 382-3863) crashed Alencon, France Mar 25, 1965 after hitting wires.
				7798 (c/n 382-3864, 374th TAW) hit by rocket taking off Kontum, SVN 
					May 17, 1972.  7 killed.
				7799 (c/n 382-3865) to AMARC as CF0217 Apr 12, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7800 (c/n 382-3866) to AMARC Mar 30, 2010
				7801 (c/n 382-3867) tore off wing on landing at Pope AFB, NC June 22, 1967
				7802 (c/n 382-3868, 345th TAS) crashed on landing at Kadena AB Japan Sep 30, 1974
					when No 4 engine went into full power instead of reverse.
				7803 (c/n 382-3869) to AMARC as CF0161 Sept 23, 1994.  Sold to Tunisia.
				7804 (c/n 382-3870) to AMARC as CF0270 Aug 20, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7805 (c/n 382-3874) to AMARC as CF0204 Feb 25, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7806 (c/n 382-3875) to AMARC as CF0164 Nov 1, 1994.  Instructional airframe at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey Feb 2000.
				7807 (c/n 382-3876) to AMARC as CF0165 Nov 10, 1994.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7808 (c/n 382-3877) to AMARC as CF0219 Jun 3, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7809 (c/n 382-3879) to AMARC as CF0271 Jul 16, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7810 (c/n 382-3880) to Israel as IDFAF 4X-FBG
				7811 (c/n 382-3881)
				7812 (c/n 382-3882) to AMARC Jul 30, 2010.
				7813 (c/n 382-3883) to GC-130E ground trainer at Sheppard AFB, TX.
				7814 (c/n 382-3888) to AMARC Aug 27, 2010
				7815 (c/n 382-3889) converted to EC-130E.  To AMARC Mar 4, 2013.
				7816 (c/n 382-3894) converted to EC-130E.  To AMARC Feb 25, 2013
				7817 (c/n 382-3895) to AMARC Nov 13, 2009
				7818 (c/n 382-3884) to GC-130E ground instructional airframe, Sheppard AFB, TX.
					To AMARC as CF0282 May 12, 2008
				7819 (c/n 382-3885)
				7820 (c/n 382-3886)
				7821 (c/n 382-3887) to AMARC as CF0242 Dec 15, 2006
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7822 (c/n 382-3890) to AMARC as CF0201 Feb 11, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7823 (c/n 382-3891) used as loadmaster 
				7824 (c/n 382-3892) to AMARC Sep 10, 2009
				7825 (c/n 382-3893) to AMARC Aug 6, 2009
				7826 (c/n 382-3903) transferred to Iraqi AF as YI-303
				7827 (c/n 382-3904) destroyed in mortar attack, Dak To, South Vietnam Nov 15, 1967.
				7828 (c/n 382-3896) converted to EC-130E
				7829 (c/n 382-3897)
				7830 (c/n 382-3898) to AMARC as CF0280 Sep 17, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7831 (c/n 382-3899) did did not go to Sheppard AFB as originally scheduled.  Still owned by Channel
					Islands ANGB, CA.  Active and posessed by 146AW/115AS.  Seen at Little Rock
					ANGB in 2004, and active there.  In 2012 was at Cheyenne RAP, Wyoming ANG.  To AMARC Feb 15, 2012.
				7832 (c/n 382-3900)
				7833 (c/n 382-3901)
				7834 (c/n 382-3902)
				7835 (c/n 382-3905) to AMARC as CF0234 Nov 28, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7836 (c/n 382-3906) to AMARC as CF0163 Nov 10, 1994.
				7837 (c/n 382-3907) to AMARC as CF0283 May 12, 2008
				7838 (c/n 382-3908) noted Mar 10, 2004 as GC-130E ground instructional airframe
					at Sheppard AFB, TX.
				7839 (c/n 382-3909) to AMARC as CF0233 Nov 28, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7840 (c/n 382-3910)
				7841 (c/n 382-3911) to AMARC as CF0244 Dec 19, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7842 (c/n 382-3912) to AMARC as CF0210 Jul 22, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7843 (c/n 382-3913) to Israel Oct 1973 as IDFAF 4X-FBH, coded 312.
					Later changed to 4X-FBJ coded 305.
				7844 (c/n 382-3914) to Israel Oct 1973 as IDFAF 4X-FBI, coded 314.
				7845 (c/n 382-3915)
				7846 (c/n 382-3916) to AMARC as CF0269 Aug 9, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7847 (c/n 382-3917) to AMARC as CF0301 Jul 8, 2008
				7848 (c/n 382-3918)
				7849 (c/n 382-3919) named “Pride of Spring Lake” with 317th TAW in November 1990.   To be displayed at 
					Fort Campbell, Kentucky museum.
				7850 (c/n 382-3920) still flying (Jun 2004) after 30,000 hours.
					To AMARC as CF0269 Aug 9, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7851 (c/n 382-3921) scrapped at Hill AFB Jul 2010.
				7852 (c/n 382-3922)
				7853 (c/n 382-3923) (43rd AW) while landing at night at Al Asad AB, Iraq
					Jul 17, 2006, crew used excessive braking and then taxied aircraft at high
					speed, leading to mechanical failure of brakes and fire in one wheel
					well.  Extensive damage to port side of aircraft.  All crew and 56
					passengers unhurt.  AFM 6/2007
				7854 (c/n 382-3924) struck ground while attempting to land at Kuwait City Dec 10, 1999.  Regained
					altitude and made belly landing.  3 servicemen killed. 
					To AMARC as CF0194 Dec 19, 2000.  Still on AMARC inventory May 15, 2008.
				7855 (c/n 382-3925) to Israel Oct 1973 as IDFAF 4X-FBK, coded 318, although
					possibly registred as 4X-FBJ at delivery.  Stored 1987-1989.  Sold to
					Kellstrom Certified Nov 2000.
				7856 (c/n 382-3926)
				7857 (c/n 382-3927) to AMARC as CF0239 Dec 6, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7858 (c/n 382-3928) to AMARC as CF0256 Mar 22, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7859 (c/n 382-3929) with Puerto Rico ANG/156th AW, noted May 2008
					with what appears to be FLIR turret in left underwing tank.
				7860 (c/n 382-3930) to AMARC as CF0254 Mar 6, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7861 (c/n 382-3931) noted on display at Cheyenne Regional Airport, Wyoming in June 2010.
				7862 (c/n 382-3832) to Israel as IDFAF 4X-FBL, coded 313
				7863 (c/n 382-3933) center and aft fuselage to Marietta, GA for C-130J 			
					structural test in Aug 1995.  Forward fuselage at Tullahoma, TN
				7864 (c/n 382-3934) to AMARC as CF0277 Sep 12, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory May 15, 2008.
				7865 (c/n 382-3935) hit by mortar round in engine No. 3 Jun 1, 1972
					at Kontum AB, Vietnam.  Repaired.   To AMARC as CF0293 Jun 9, 2008 
				7866 (c/n 382-3936) to AMARC as CF0268 Aug 9, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory May 15, 2008.
				7867 (c/n 382-3937)
				7868 (c/n 382-3938)involved in action to rescue civilians taken hostage by Simba rebels in Stanleyville, Congo Nov
					23, 1964.  From 1971 to 1973, used by Air America as 786 for operations in Laos.  Returned to USAf in 1974.  
					For next 16 years, flew missions
					out of Clark AB in Philippines.  Then to Rhode Island ANG and finally to airlift units at Pope AFB, North
					Carolina and Little Rock AFB, Arkansas.  To Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia in 2011, on loan
					from USAF Museum..
				7869 (c/n 382-3939) to EC-130E in Apr 1979.  Modified to EC-130H Commando Solo
					Jan 1993.  Noted at Lockheed, Palmdale October 2003 minus tail antennae.  Still
					at Palmdale, now minus engines.
				7870 (c/n 382-3940) to Israel Oct 1973 as IDFAF, coded 316, although 
					possibly registered as 4X-FBM at delivery. Stored Aug 1996, and sold
					to Kellstrom Certified Nov 2000.
				7871 (c/n 382-3941) to AMARC as CF0292 Jun 3, 2008
				7872 (c/n 382-3942) appears to be permanently moored at weapons testing area at Eglin AFB, Florida in 2014.
				7873 (c/n 382-3943) to Israel Oct 1973 as IDFAF 4X-FBN, coded 307, although
					possibly registred as 4X-FBM at delivery.  Stored in Israel as of May 2000.	
				7874 (c/n 382-3944) to AMARC as CF0274 Sep 10, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.	
				7875 (c/n 382-3945, 29th MAS) crashlanded Song Be, SVN May 15, 1968
				7876 (c/n 382-3947) to AMARC as CF0260 May 2, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7877 (c/n 382-3948) displayed in air park at Illinois ANG base, Peoria, Illinois
				7878 (c/n 382-3949, 345th TAS) crashed into mountains in Taiwan Sep 6, 1966.
					8 killed.
				7879 (c/n 382-3950) to Air America As 787 1971-73.  Returned to USAF in 1974.  Went to USAF service with 36th 
					Airlift Squadron. To AMARC as CF0299 Jun 27, 2008.
				7880 (c/n 382-3951) assigned to 314 TAW as of 1981.  To AMARC as
					CF0241 Dec 14, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7881 (c/n 382-3952, 167th Airlift SQ)  crashed near Berkeley Springs, WV Oct 7, 1992.  13 killed.
				7882 (c/n 382-3953) to AMARC as CF0266 Aug 20, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7883 (c/n 382-3954) achieved landmark of 30,000 flight hours while
					deployed to 386th Air Expeditionary Wing in Nov 2008.
				7884 (c/n 382-3955)
				7885 (c/n 382-3956) to AMARC as CF0295 Jun 13, 2008
				7886 (c/n 382-3957) crashed into high ground at night, Aspernont, TX Oct 12, 1966.
					Only survivor of the 6 people aboard was one of the loadmasters.
				7887 (c/n 382-3958) to AMARC as CF0247 Jan 8, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7888 (c/n 382-3959) to AMARC as CF0236 Dec 4, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7889 (c/n 382-3960) to AMARC as CF0298 Jun 17, 2008
				7890 (c/n 382-3961) Named “Sandblaster” with 317th TAW in November 1990.  To AMARC Sep 2008
				7891 (c/n 382-3962) to AMARC as CF0173 Mar 8, 1995.
				7892 (c/n 382-3963) to AMARC as CF0263 Jun 21, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7893 (c/n 382-3964) to AMARC as CF0232 Nov 21, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7894 (c/n 382-3965) to AMARC as CF0302 Jul 22, 2008
				7895 (c/n 382-3966) to AMARC Jun 28, 2010.
				7896 (c/n 382-3967)
				7897 (c/n 382-3968) to AMARC Aug 23, 2010.
				7898 (c/n 382-3969) to AMARC as CF0279 Sep 17, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7899 (c/n 382-3970) to AMARC as CF0272 Sep 10, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
63-7900/7923		Boeing/Vertol CH-47A Chinook
				c/n B.054/077
				7900 (B.054) to MASDC as XM0016 Oct 26,1978.  Returned to manufacturer and
					rebuilt as CH-47D and eserialed 92-00305
				7901 (B.055) crashed Dec 18, 1966
				7902 (B.056) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 87-00090
				7903 (B.057) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 87-00092
				7904 (B.058) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 87-00094
				7905 (B.059) to MASDC as XM0017 Nov 20, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer and
					rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 92-00289
				7906 (B.060) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 87-00096
				7907 (B.061) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 87-00098
				7908 (B.062) to MASDC as XM0019 Nov 20,1978.  Returned to manufacturer and
					rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 92-00290
				7909 (B.063) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 87-00100
				7910 (B.064) crashed Nov 18, 1966 in Vietnam
				7911 (B.065) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 87-00102
				7912 (B.066) to MASDC as XM0005 Nov 3, 1975.  Returned to manufacturer and
					rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 92-00295
				7913 (B.067) crashed Jan 29, 1966 in Vietnam
				7914 (B.068) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 87-00104
				7915 (B.069) converted to GCH-47A.  To AMARC as XM0029 Apr 25, 1988.  Returned to manufacturer and
					and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00298.
				7916 (B.070) to MASDC as XM0026 Jan 16, 1979.  Returned to manufacturer and
					rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00292
				7917 (B.071) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 87-00106
				7918 (B.072) to MASDC as XM0012 Sep 7, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer and
					rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 84-24186
				7919 (B.073) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 87-00082
				7920 (B.074) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 87-00112
				7921 (B.075) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 87-00116
				7922 (B.076) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 83-24107
				7923 (B.077) to MASDC as XM0001 Jun 9, 1975.  Returned to manufacturer
					and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 83-24111
63-7924/7971		Cancelled contract for de Havilland of Canada CV-2A Caribou 
63-7948			Aero Commander 680F
				c/n 680F-1060-58.  Seized from drug runners and
				allocated a serial number in the cancelled Caribou
				batch listed above.  As N6185X, had accident in 
				New Mexico on Sept 5, 1975.  Seized by US Marshals
				after having been used to transport marijuana.
				Sold in Sept 1977 to Johnson Aviation Inc, of 
				Texas.  Sold in Mar 1980 to US Customs Service
				and given new serial number N37948.  Given serial
				number 63-7948, constructed out of its old
				civilian number.  Plane now at Robins AFB Museum.
				Registration number N37948 reallocated Apr 9, 2005.  Supposedly
				registered to US Customs Service Jul 13, 2005.
63-7972/7974		Sikorsky HH-34D Choctaw
				7972 (c/n 58.985) was ex US Coast Guard 1332.  To Air America as H-17 Aug 1963.  To Laotian AF as 1332 May 25, 1964.
				7973 was ex US Coast Guard 1334 (c/n 58-1049).  To Air America as H-16 Aug 1963.  W/o Oct 27, 1963 at Moung Loei, Thailand.  
					Preserved at Military Aviation Museum, Clearwater, Florida.
				7974 was ex US Coast Guard 1335 (c/n 58-1056).  To Air America as H-18 Aug 1963.  To Laotian AF as 1385 in 1964.
63-7975			Beechcraft U-8F Seminole
				c/n LF.74.  To Pakistan Ar,u
63-7976/8045		Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
				c/n 18593/18662
				7976/7982,7984,9785,7988,7991/7993,7995/7997,7999,8002/8004,8006/8008,
					8011,8013,8015,8017,8018,8020/8025,8027/8033,8035/8041,8043 to KC-135R.
				7977 (c/n 18594) converted to KC-135R.  Named "Western Challenge" with 19th ARW in Apr 1989.
				7983 (c/n 18600) crashed near Howard AB, Panama Jun 17, 1986.  4 crewmembers killed.
				7986 (c/n 18603) to AMARC as CA0086 Sep 15, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7989 (c/n 18606) struck on unlit ramp at Lockbourne AFB, OH by 63-7980 
					and fire erupted Mar 8, 1973.  Derelict fuselage still at
					Lockbourne in late 1970s as fire training carcass.
				7990 (c/n 18607, 410th BW) water-injection system failed during takeoff at Dyess AFB,
					TX and crashed Jan 31, 1989.  19 crew and passengers onboard killed.
				7994 (c/n 18611) converted to EC-135G launch control center.  To AMARC as CA0045 Sept 11, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7998 (c/n 18615) to MASDC as CA0100 May 23, 1994.  Used by NASA as N931NA for weightlessness 
					simulations.  Used to film the weightless sequences in the Tom Hanks film *Apollo 13*.  
					Retired Oct 2004.  To Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ in Feb 2005. 
				7999 (c/n 18616) converted to KC-135R.  Named "Snuffy's Toy" with 319th BW in Apr 1989.
				8001 (c/n 18618) converted to EC-135G launch control center.  To AMARC as CA0017 May 18, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8009 (c/n 18626) to AMARC as CA0073 Jul 26, 1993.  To Singapore AF as 750
				8016 (c/n 18633) to AMARC as CA0099 May 12, 1994.  To Singapore AF as 753
				8017 (c/n 18634) named “City of Little Rock” with 43rd BW in January 1965. As KC-135R named "City of Spokane"
					with 92nd Wing in May 1992.  As KC-135R named “The Latest Rumor”
					with 100th ARW in May 1998.
				8019 (c/n 18636) named "Risky Business" with 96th Wing Aug 1992.  Converted to KC-135R.  Stationed at RAF 
					Mildenhall with 100th ARF
				8022 (c/n 18639) named "City of Wichita" with 22nd ARW in Sep 1997
				8023 (c/n 18640) named "Ultimate Warrior" with 305th ARW in 1990.  Named "Wabash Cannonball" with 351st ARS/100th
					ARW in 1996.
				8026 converted to KC-135R
				8033 named "Mad Man" with 5th ARW in Jun 1989.  Loaned to France.
				8037 converted to KC-135R.  To AMARC Mar 5, 2013.  
				8042 crashed at Walker AFB, NM Jun 3, 1965 during series of touch and go landings.  5 killed.
				8043 (c/n 18660) named "Equalizer" with 917th ARS/96th BW in 1991.  Converted to KC-135R
				8045 converted to KC-135R
63-8046/8057		Boeing KC-135B Stratotanker
				c/n 18663/18669,18701/18705
				8046 (c/n 18663) redesignated EC-135C in 1964.  To AMARC as CA0124 Oct 21, 1998.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8047 (c/n 18664) redesignated EC-135C in 1964.  To AMARC as CA0093 Oct 12, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8048 (c/n 18665) redesignated EC-135C in 1964.  To AMARC as CA0128 Feb 26, 1999.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8049 (c/n 18666) redesignated EC-135C in 1964.  Named "Midnight Express" with 55th SRW in Aug 1989.
					To SAC Museum, Bellevue, NB
				8050 (c/n 18667) redesignated EC-135C in 1964.  Redesignated NKC-135B, laer NKC-135E.
					Modified to support testing of laser system of YAL-1A.  Is Big Crow II
					backup aircraft for 55-3132.  Delivered to AMARC AS CA0225 Sep 16, 2008.
				8051 (c/n 18668) redesignated EC-135C in 1964.  To AMARC as CA0027 Jul 10, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8052 (c/n 18669) redesignated EC-135C in 1964.  To AMARC as CA0117 Jan 16, 1998.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8053 (c/n 18701) redesignated EC-135C in 1964.   Heavily damaged in landing at
					Pope AFB, NC, Sept 2, 1997.
				8054 (c/n 18702) redesignated EC-135C in 1964.  To AMARC as CA0125 Oct 28, 1998.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8055 (c/n 18703) converted to EC-135J.  To AMARC as CA0092 Oct 4, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8056 (c/n 18704) converted to EC-135J.  To AMARC as CA0013 Mar 24, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8057 (c/n 18705) converted to EC-135J.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
63-8058/8061		Boeing RC-135A-BN Stratotanker
				c/n 18670/18673
				All converted to KC-135D tanker standard.  Later re-engined to KC-135E standards, but left
					with their D-model series designations.
				8058 (c/n 18670) named “Night Moves” with 168th ARS Alaska ANG in March 1992.  To AMARC as CA0152 Mar 19, 2007.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8059 (c/n 16871) named "akkida Konzeh" with 117th ARS/190th ARW Kansas ANG in 1997.  To AMARC as CA0151 
					Mar 14, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8060 (c/n 18672) to MASDC as CA0001 Jun 29, 1972, returned to service Jul 27, 1972.  Later
					converted to KC-135D.  Named "Wild Thing II" with 168th ARS, Alaska ANG in Jun 1993.
					To AMARC as CA0153 Mar 28, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8061 (c/n 18673) named “Frozen Assets” with 168th ARS Alaska ANG in March 1992.  To AMARC as CA0154 Apr 4, 2007.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
63-8062/8066		cancelled contract for Boeing RC-135A Stratotanker
				c/n 18674/18678
63-8067/8071		Cessna UH-41A Seneca
				c/n 45515,45517,45519,45521,45528.  Sold to Iran
63-8072/8074		Helio U-5B Twin Courier
				Allegedly used by the CIA in Indochina, eventually listed on Indian Department of Civil Aviation registry.
				8072 (c/n 03/AF-1) to Corsair Air Service of Miami, reg. N10033. Government of India bought October 1965, transferred to 
					ARC (Aviation Research Centre), based at Charbatia, reg. VT-DTZ.
				8073 (c/n 04) to Air Ventures, Inc. of Washington DC, reg. N10034. Government of India bt. December 1967, transferred to 
					ARC (Aviation Research Centre), based at Charbatia, reg. VT-DVM. 1975 reg. N48130, 1976 WFU.
				8074 (c/n 05/AF-2) to Continental Air of Miami, reg.N10035. Government of India bt. October 1965, transferred to 
					ARC (Aviation Research Centre), based at Charbatia, reg. VT-DTY.
63-8075/8090		Lockheed C-141A-10-LM Starlifter
				c/n 300-6006/6021
				All converted to C-141B except 8077
				8075 was on display at Travis AFB Museum.  Scrapped in 2005.
				8076 (c/n 300-6007) to AMARC as CR0175 Apr 25, 2003.  Named "Spirit of 76" with 436th AW in Oct 1992.
					Scrapped at AMARC Jul 2008.
				8077 (c/n 300-6008) crashed on approach to Torrejon AB, Spain Aug 28, 1973.  24 killed, one survived.
				8078 (c/n 300-6009) to AMARC as CR0015 Dec 12, 1995.  Broken up Jun 13, 2003.  Noted in scrapyard in Jul 2003
				8079 (c/n 300-6010) on display at Charleston AFB.
				8080 (c/n 300-6011) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0171 Jan 24, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8081 (c/n 300-6012) to AMARC as CR0104 Jul 6, 2000.
				8082 (c/n 300-6013) To AMARC as CR0151 Jan 18, 2002
				8083 (c/n 300-6014) to AMARC as CR0022 Apr 10, 1996.  Broken up
					Jun 16, 2003.  Noted in scrapyard near AMARC Jul 2003
				8084 (c/n 300-6015) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0204 Mar 25, 2004
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8085 (c/n 300-6016) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0190 Oct 14, 2003
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8086 (c/n 300-6017) to AMARC as CR0048 Dec 19, 1997.  Broken up
					Aug 22, 2003.  Noted November 2003 being scrapped at AMARC
				8087 (c/n 300-6018) to AMARC as CR0069 Apr 23, 1999.  Broken up
					Sep 15, 2003.  Noted November 2003 being scrapped at AMARC
				8088 (c/n 300-6019) Built as C-141A. Converted to C-141B. On Display at Travis AFB Museum, Fairfield, CA 
					outside at the intersection of Boulevard and Travis Avenue below The old hospital. Restored in 2005 and 
					placed at pocation on September 16, 2005. Replaced (63-8075) which was on display and was scrapped after
					63-8088 was put on display
				8089 (c/n 300-6020) to AMARC as CR0028 Oct 22, 1996. Broken up
					Jul 30, 2003.  Noted November 2003 being scrapped at AMARC
				8090 (c/n 300-6021) to AMARC as CR0027 Aug 7, 1996.  Broken up
					Jul 29, 2003
63-8091/8110		Helio U-10B
				8091 (c/n 584) to storage as HJ027 Jun 19, 1972.  To civil registry as N67166, then to C-GSFJ
				8092 (c/n 585) to storage as HJ017 May 31, 1972.  To civil registry as N87823.
				8093 (c/n 586) 
				8094 (c/n 587) to storage as HJ022 Jun 9, 1972.  To civil registry as N87758
				8095 (c/n 588) to storage as HJ015 Feb 23, 1972.  To civil registry as N87700.
				8096 (c/n 589) to storage as HJ016 Feb 25, 1972.  To US civil registry as N68039
				8097 (c/n 590)
				8098 (c/n 591)
				8099 (c/n 573/583) to Royal Thai AF under MAP
					8103 (c/n 576) at Royal Thai AF Museum, Don Muang.  Serial 66-14332 could be seen underneath
						current coat of paint.  Was repiared unsing tailcone of 66-14332.
63-8111/8247		Northrop T-38A-50-NO Talon
				c/n N.5458/5594.
				8112,8117,1849,8153,8162,8164,8166,8172,
					8175,8187,8207,8211,8214,8215,8247 converted to AT-38B.
				8181,8188,8193,8200,8204 transferred to NASA.
				8113,8116,1881,8127,8138,8139,8144,8150, 8155,8156,8177,8184,8230,8241 leased to Taiwan.	
				8113 (c/n N.5460) to AMARC as TF0349 Mar 19, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8115 (c/n N.5462) to Turkish AF as 2-115
				8116 (c/n N.5463) to AMARC as TF0341 Sep 14, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8117 seen at Newport News Williamsburg IAP in Virginia in 2010, apparently no longer being used.
				8119 (c/n N.5466) to AMARC as TF0120 Jul 8, 1992.
				8120 (c/n N.5467) to AMARC as TF0158 May 25, 1993.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8121 (c/n N.5468) to Turkey as 2-121
				8123 (c/n N.5470) to AMARC as TF0130 Jul 17, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8124 (c/n N.5471) to AMARC as TF0229 Oct 28, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8125 on pedestal at Sheppard AFB, TX.
				8126 (c/n N.5473) to AMARC as TF0348 Mar 19, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8127 (c/n N.5474) to AMARC as TF0351 Apr 2, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8129 (c/n N.5476) to AMARC as TF0325 Oct 4, 1996.  To Yanks Fighter
					Museum, Chino, CA
				8131 (c/n N.5478) to AMARC as TF0281 Jan 9, 1995.  To South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 7, 2010.
				8132 (c/n N.5479) to AMARC as TF0223 Jul 29, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8133 (c/n N.5480) to AMARC as TF0269 Sep 21, 1994. To South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 21, 2010
				8134 used in filming of "I Dream of Jeannie" TV show.
				8137 (c/n N.5484) to Turkish AF as 2-137
				8138 (c/n N.5485) to AMARC as TF0350 Apr 2, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8139 (c/n N.5486) to AMARC as TF0346 Sep 21, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8141 (c/n N.5488) to AMARC as TF0181 Jun 23, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8142 (c/n N.5489) to AMARC as TF0232 Sept 6, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8144 (c/n N.5491) to AMARC as TF0354 May 2, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8145 (c/n N.5492) to Turkish AF as 2-145
				8147 (c/n N.5494) to AMARC as TF0246 Sep 14, 1994.  Leased to South Korean AF.
					Returned to AMARC as TF0362 Jul 1, 2008
				8148 (c/n N.5495) to AMARC as TF0320 Apr 3, 1996.
				8149 (c/n N.5496) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0084 May 17, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8150 (c/n N.5497) to AMARC TF0219 Jul 27, 1993.  To Taiwan.
					Back to AMARC as TF0330 Aug 30, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8151 (c/n N.5498) to Turkish AF as 2-151
				8152 (c/n N.5499) to AMARC as TF0249 Sept 15, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8154 (c/n N.5501) to AMARC as TF0297 Feb 14, 1995.  To South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 19, 2010.
				8155 (c/n N.5502) to AMARC as TF0340 Sep 12, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8157 (c/n N.5504) to Turkish AF as 2-157
				8159 (c/n N.5506) to Turkish AF as 2-159
				8161 (c/n N.5508) to Turkish AF as 2-161
				8163 (c/n N.5510) to AMARC as TF0294 Feb 3, 1995.  To South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 6, 2010.
				8164 (c/n N.5511) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0106 Aug 19, 1991.
					Returned to service with 49th FW.  Was with 12th FTW at Randolph AFB in 2013
				8166 (c/n N.5513) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0096 Jul 12, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8167 (c/n N.5514) to AMARC as TF0287 Jan 12, 1995.
				8168 (c/n N.5515) to AMARC as TF0246 Sept 14, 1994.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8172 (c/n N.5519) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0073 Apr 5, 1991.  Noted Jul 2005
					at USAF Museum, OH.
				8173 (c/n N.5520) to Turkish AF as 2-173
				8174 (c/n N.5521) to AMARC as TF0175 Jun 15, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8175 (c/n N.5522) converted to AT-38B.  named "City of Alamagordo" with 479th TTW in Mar 1989.
				8176 (c/n N.5523) to Turkish AF as 2-176
				8177 (c/n N.5524) to AMARC as TF0257.  To RoCAF as 3821.  Crashed Feb 24, 1998 into sea off Tungho after crew was
					forced to eject due to engine problems.
				8178 (c/n N.5525) to AMARC as TF0188 Jun 25, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8179 (c/n N.5526) to AMARC as TF0234 Sept 6, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8180 (c/n N.5527) to Turkish AF as 2-180
				8181 (c/n N.5528) to NASA as 901.  Crashed St Louis, Missouri Feb 28, 1966.  Both crew (astronauts 
					Elliot See, Jr and Charles Bassett) killed.   Aircraft was replaced by 66-8381 but with same NASA 
					registration number.
				8182 at Heritage Air Park (Plant 42), Palmdale, CA.
				8183 (c/n N.5530) to Turkish AF as 2-183
				8184 (c/n N.5531) to AMARC as TF0236.  To Taiwan
				8185 (c/n N.5532) to AMARC as TF0238 Sept 7, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8188 crashed on approach at Ellington AFB, TX Oct 3, 1964 after bird strike.  Astronaut Theodore C. Freeman ejected
					unsuccessfully.
				8189 (c/n N.5536) to AMARC as TF0247 Sept 15, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8190 (c/n N.5537) to Turkish AF as 2-190
				8191 (c/n N.5538) to Turkish AF as 2-191
				8193 (c/n N.5540) to NASA as N902NA
				8195 (c/n N.5542) to Turkish AF as 2-195
				8196 (c/n N.5543) to AMARC as TF0267 Sept 21, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8197 (c/n N.5544) to AMARC as TF0137 Jul 22, 1992.  To USS Saratoga
					Museum.  Seen in pieces in backyard of Quonset Air Museum, Rhode Island in Jul 2014, awaiting restoration
				8198 (c/n N.5545) to AMARC as TF0209 Jul 16, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8200 now with NASA as N903NA, designated T-38N.
				8201 (c/n 5548) to Turkish AF as 2-201
				8202 (c/n N.5549) to AMARC as TF0148 Jul 30, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8203 (c/n N.5550) to Turkish AF as 2-203
				8205 (c/n N.5552) to Turkish AF as 2-205
				8206 (c/n N.5553) to Turkish AF as 2-206
				8208 (c/n N.5555) to Turkish AF as 2-208
				8209 (c/n N.5556) to Turkish AF as 2-209
				8210 (c/n N.5557) to Turkish AF as 2-210
				8211 (c/n N.5558) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0091 Jun 21, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8214 (c/n N.5561) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0100 Jul 25, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8215 (c/n N.5562) converted to AT-38B.  To MASDC as TF0011.  Returned
					to service.
				8216 (c/n N.5563) to Turkish AF as 2-216
				8218 (c/n N.5565) to AMARC as TF0263 Sep 20, 1994.  To South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 19, 2010.
				8219 (c/n N.5566) to AMARC as TF0324 Sept 25, 1996.  Returned to service
				8220 (c/n N.5567) to Turkish AF as 2-220
				8221 (c/n N.5568) to AMARC as TF0293 Feb 2, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8222 (c/n N.5569) to AMARC as TF0169 Jun 4, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8224 (c/n N.5571) to AMARC as TF03412 Dec 15, 1995.  Now 
					at Evergreen Aviation Educational Institute, McMinnville, Oregon
				8225 (c/n N.5572) to AMARC as TF0228 Oct 6, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8226 (c/n N.5573) to Turkish AF as 2-226
				8227 (c/n N.5574) to Turkish AF as 2-227
				8228 (c/n N.5575 )to AMARC as TF0136 Jul 20, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8229 (c/n N.5576) to AMARC as TF0286 Jan 12, 1995.  To South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 14, 2010.
				8230 (c/n N.5577) to AMARC as TF0255.  To Taiwan.
				8231 (c/n N.5578) to Turkish AF as 2-231
				8232 (c/n N.5579) to AMARC as TF0200 Jul 9, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8233 (c/n N.5580) to Turkish AF as 2-233. Crashed Aug 8, 1988 near
					Balikesir, Turkey.  2 crew killed
				8234 (c/n N.5581) to AMARC as TF0327 May 20, 1997.  To Yankee Fighter
					Museum, Chino, CA Jul 17, 2001
				8235 (c/n N.5582) to AMARC as TF0160 May 26, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				8236 (c/n N.5583) to AMARC as TF0213 Jul 21, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				8237 (c/n N.5584) to Turkish AF as 2-237
				8238 (c/n N.5585) to Turkish AF as 2-238
				8239 (c/n N.5586) to AMARC as TF0239 Sep 7, 1994.  Leased to 
					South Korean AF.  Returned to AMARC as TF0363 Jul 8, 2008 
				8240 (c/n N.5587) to Turkish AF as 2-240
				8241 (c/n N.5588) to MASDC.  To Taiwan.
				8243 (c/n N.5590) to AMARC as FF0252 Sep 15, 1994.
					Leased to South Korean AF.  Returned to AMARC as TF0364 Jul 12, 2008
				8246 (c/n N.5593) to AMARC as TF0240 Sep 7, 1994.  Leased to South Korean AF.  Returned to AMARC
					as TF0365 Jul 9, 2008 
63-8248/8259		Sikorsky UH-34D Choctaw
				ex-Navy stock - MAP to Laos, Indonesia, and Thailand.
				8248 (c/n 58-1615) to Vietnam, Laos, Thailand.
				8249 (c/n 58-1640) to Vietnam, Laos, Thailand as 20126.
				8250 (c/n 58-1641) to Vietnam, Laos, Thailand.
				8251 (c/n 58-1642) to Vietnam, Laos, Thailand as 20132.
				8252 (c/n 58-1653) to Vietnam, Laos, Thailand
				8253 (c/n 58-1654) to Vietnam, Laos, Thailand
				8254 (c/n 58-1655) to Vietnam, Laos, Thailand as 20133
				8255 (c/n 58-1686) to Vietnam, Laos, Thailand as 20154
				8256 (c/n 58-1687) to Vietnam, Laos, Thailand.
				8257 (c/n 58-1701) to Vietnam, Laos, Thailand as 20135
				8258 (c/n 58-1702) to Vietnam, Laos, Thailand
				8259 (c/n 58-1714) to Vietnam, Laos, Thailand
63-8260/8366		Republic F-105F-1-RE Thunderchief
				8261 in 2010 was on permanent display at Jacksonville Museum of Military History, Jacksonville, Arkansas.
				8263 (562nd TFS) w/o Sep 1, 1978, Death Valley when centerline tank hit aircraft and lost control  Both crew rescued.
				8264 (4529 CCTW) w/o Apr 21, 1964 when engine flamed out on landing approach to Indian Spring AFB, NV.
					Pilot ejected successfully.
				8265 converted to F-105G crashed at George AFB, Ca. on failed takeoff.
					Burned but both crew members survived.  I have it going to
					MASDC as FK0092 Nov 11, 1982 and then to Torrejon AB in Spain
					for ABDR use.
				8266 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0014 Jul 1, 1980.  On display at Mid America Air Museum, Liberal, KS
				8268 (12th TFS) crashed near Osan, South Korea Jan 29, 1970 due to bad afterburner, low thrust, no leading
					edge flaps.  Pilot rescued.
				8270 (4523 CCTS) flew int oground 10 mi SE of Lathrop Wells, Nevada Sep 7, 1965.  Pilot killed.
				8271 (562nd TFS) crashed 5 mi NW of Hutchinson, Kansas due to engine failure Oct 6, 1961.  Both crew ejected safely.
				8274 converted to F-105G.  Now at Glenn L. Martin Museum, MD.
				8275 converted to F-105G
				8276 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0018 Jul 11, 1980.  Seen
					mounted on pylon at Nellis AFB in 2008.
				8277 (c/n F054, 355th TFW, 333rd TFS) shot down Apr 26, 1967. 1 KIA.
				8278 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0020 Jul 29, 1980.  On
					static display outside Veteran's Administration hospital
					at the former Mather AFB, Sacramento, CA
				8279 (84th TFTG) crashed 2400 feet short of runway at Mcconnell AFB, Kansas Aug 23, 1976.  Both crew ejected safely. 
				8280 (12th TFS0 crashed near Kwangju AB, South Korea Nov 5, 1969.  Both crew killed.
				8281 was to be converted to F-105G but later deleted.  
					With 355th TFW, 354th TFS, shot down by small arms fire Feb 21, 1970. Both crew
					escaped safely.
				8282 (c/n F059, 67th TFS) shot down by small arms fire near Son La, NVN Aug 28, 1965. Pilot POW
				8283 (4519 CCTS) crashed 1.5 mi NW of Rolling Fork, Mississippi due to engine failure Jul 20, 1968.  Both
					crew rescued.
				8284 (cn F061) converted to F-105G.  (388th TFW) crashed on takeoff at Korat RTAFB, Thailand Feb 2, 1972. 
					1 killed, 1 survived.
				8285 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0022 Sep 2, 1980.  Now at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.
				8286 (c/n F063, 388th FTW, 14th TFS) shot down by AAA near Teynguen, North Vietnam Jul 6, 1966. Both crew KIA.
				8287 (c/n F-64). Noted at Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, Rantoul, IL September 2003
				8288 to MASDC as FK0012 Mar 21, 1980.
				8290 (80th TFS) crashed at Yokota, Japan Feb 16, 1965 due to engine failure.  Both crew recovered.
				8291 converted to F-105G
				8292 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0094 Dec 9, 1982.  To
					Zaragosa AB, Spain for ABDR use
				8294 to MASDC as FK0029 Feb 16, 1981.
				8295 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Nov 18, 1967.
				8296 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0017 Jul 14, 1980.  
					Now on display at England Air Park, Alexandria, LA
				8297 (44th TFS) w/o Aug 4, 1964 over Ie-Shima Range 20 mi N of Kadena, Okinawa due to fire and overheat warning.
					Both crew rescued.
				8298 (12th TFS) flew into ground on final 16 mi NE of Kadena, Okinawa Dec 7, 1969.  Both crew killed.
				8300 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0019 Jul 22, 1980.  Preserved at Le Bourget
				8301 converted to F-105G.  Capt Lo K. Thorsness awarded Medal of Honor and Capt Harold Hohnson awarded
					Air Force Cross for mission Apr 19, 1967.  They protected an attempted rescue of another Wild Weasel
					crew, in the process shooting down two MiG-17s.  After running out of ammunition, the crew continued
					to act as decoys to draw MiGs away from the rescue aircraft.  Plane crashed with 35th TFW near Cuddyback
					Range due to engine failure Dec 20, 1974.  Both crew survived.  A plane marked at 63-8301 is on static
					display at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, Alabama
				8302 converted to F-105G.  (388th TFW, 17th WWS) shot down over North 
					Vietnam Sep 29, 1972.   Pilot POW and subsequently released.  EWO survived ejection but was
					apparently killed by North Vietnamese after landing.
				8303 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0023 Sep 2, 1980
				8304 converted to F-105G
				8305 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0015 Jul 1, 1980.
				8306 converted to F-105G.  To Aviation Cadets Museum, Eureka Springs, AK in 2005
				8307 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0021 Jul 29, 1980
				8308 (354th TFS) shot down 8/17/1966.  Two crew MIA.
				8309 seen Oct 2003 in storage area of Warner Robins Museum, cockpit only.
				8310 (49h TFW) crashed due to engine failure 1.5 mi E of Mittelwot, Germany Uul 14, 1966.  Both crew killed.
				8311 (c/n F088) converted to F-105G.  (388th TFW) crashed on landing at Nakhon Phanom, Thailand Nov 15, 1970. 
					Both crew ejected, 1 on ground injured. 
				8312 (44th TFS, 388th TFW) shot down by SAM Feb 29, 1968 and crashed 5 mi outside of Hanoi.  Crew of 2 ejected but were
					killed.  Remains of pilot returned in 1975, and remains of EWO returned 10 years later.  At one time,
					the plane was named "Midnight Sun"
				8313 converted to F-105G
				8314 (49th TFW) crashed near Muckeln, Germany Dec 12, 1964.  Crew rescued.
				8315 (192nd TFG, Virginia ANG) crashed near Nicklesville, Georgia Jun 4, 1977 due to engine fire in flight.
					Crew ejected, pilot rescued but EWO was killed.
				8316 converted to F-105G
				8317 (333rd TFS) shot down 9/30/1968.  Two crew MIA.
				8318 converted to F-105G.  Crashed with 562nd TFS at Luke AFB, AZ Jan 14, 1976 when engaged the end barrier.
					Crew OK.
				8319 converted to F-105G
				8320 scored 3 MiG kills in Vietnam.  Converted to F-105G in 1972.
					Now on display at WPAFB museum.
				8321 converted to F-105G.  Crashed with 561st TFS in a canyon near Newbury Park, California while attempting
					emergency landing at NAS Point Mugu March 2, 1978.  EWO 
					ejected safely, but pilot was killed.  Pilot was able to 
					direct the plane away from populated areas before it crashed.
				8322 (334th TFS) crashed 3.5 mi NW of Mt Olive, North Carolina Nov 8, 1966.  Pilot killed, EWO rescued.
				8324 (4537 FWS) suffered fuel system malfunction at Tonopah Airport, Nevada Mar 17, 1969.  Crew OK
				8326 converted to F-105G.  Shot down by SAM Dec 10, 1971 Mu Gia Pass, Laos.  Pilot rescued the next day,
					 EWO MIA.
				8327 (c/n F104) converted to F-105G.  Crashed 45 mi S of Korat AFB, Thailand Mar 12, 1972 due to engine failure and
					flameout.  Both crew rescued.
				8328 converted to F-105G
				8329 converted to F-105G.  (354th TFS) shot down by MiG-21/AA-2 at Rau Cai river, NVN Jan 28, 1970. One crew KIA, 
					one MIA.  One crew KIA, one MIA.
				8330 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Oct 7, 1967.
				8331 (c/n F-108) to MASDC as FK0086 Feb 11, 1982. Noted summer 2004 at Pacific Coast Air Museum,
					Santa Rosa, CA
				8332 converted to F-105G
				8333 converted to F-105G.  (388th TFW, 17th WWS) hit by flak over North 
					Vietnam 2/17/72, crashed at sea.  Crew ejected and were taken POW.  
				8334 converted to F-105G. Crashed with 562nd TFS Jun 14, 1978 12 mi from George AFB, California due to 
					flameout on high final.  Both crew ejected safely.
				8336 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0087 Apr 23, 1982
				8338 (354th TFS) shot down 7/23/1966.  Two crew KIA.
				8339 converted to F-105G
				8340 converted to F-105G.  With 562nd TFS, aborted takeoff and could not rotate Apr 20, 1978.  Crew OK.
				8341 shot down by MiG-17 gunfire Apr 19, 1967 37 mi SW of Hanoi
				8342 converted to F-105G.  (388th TFW, 17th WWS) shot down by flak over 
					North Vietnam Apr 15, 1972.
				8343 on temporary display outside at Cavanaugh Air Museum near Dallas, TX.
				8344 (421st TFS) crashed near Salina, Kansas due to engine failure and explosion Mar 4, 1965.  Crew rescued.
				8345 converted to F-105G
				8347 converted to F-105G.  (388th TFW, 17th WWS) hit by flak over North Vietnam 
					Jul 29, 1972, crashed at sea.  Also listed as w/o May 17, 1972
					on landing at Korat
				8348 (561st TFS) hit approach lights 2 mi N of Atsugi TACAN, Japan May 5,1 968.  Crew OK
				8350 converted to F-105G.  crashed 42 mi NNE of NAS China Lake, CA due to flight control failure May 17, 1979.
					Pilot killed, EWO rescued.
				8351 converted to F-105G
				8352 damaged by ground fire on Wild Weasel mission Mar 10, 1967.  Aircraft stayed in skies above steel
					works at Thai Nguyen until SAM site was found and destroyed.  Capt Merlyn H. Dethlefsen awarded
					Medal of Honor and Capt Kevin Gilory awarded Air Force Cross.
				8355 converted to F-105G
				8356 (357th TFS) shot down by MiG-17 gunfire Jan 5, 1968.  Two crew KIA.
				8357 (c/n F134) preserved at Musee du Chateau Savigny, Savigny-les-Beaune, Bourgogne, France
				8359 converted to F-105G.  (388th TFW, 561st TFS) shot down by flak over North Vietnam Nov 16, 1972.
				8360 converted to F-105G.  (388th TFW, 17th WWS) hit by flak over North Vietnam 
					Sep 17, 1972, crashed at sea.  Both crew did not survive ejection and their remains were not recovered.
				8362 to MASDC as FK0089 Jul 22, 1982
				8363 converted to F-105G.  To MASDC as FK0091 Nov 1, 1982
				8364 (560th TFS) crashed 10.8 mi SSW of Fairchild AFB, Washington Jul 23, 1965.  Pilot killed.
				8365 (c/n F142) noted Mar 2004 on display at Birmingham IAP, AL
				8366 on display on pylon at McConnell AFB, KS
63-8367/8437		Northrop F-5A-15-NO Freedom Fighter
				c/n N.6004/6074.
				8367/8370 remanufactured to F-5B(65-13071/13074)
				8371 (c/n N.6008) to Thailand as ser no Kh18-31/17, code 1315, then
					10315, then 23133, then 71143, then 70143.  Now in RTAF 
					Museum, Don Muang
				8372 (c/n N.6009) to MASDC as FX0001.  Returned to manufacturer,
					and parts used in construction of X-029A 82-0003
				8373/8374 (c/n N.6010/N.6011) to South Korea
				8375/8379 (c/n N.6012/N.6016) to Thailand
				8375 (c/n N.6012) to Thailand as ser.no. KH18-14/17, code 1331, then
						10331, then 23131.  Flew into mountain Mar 27, 1987.
				8376 (c/n N.6013) w/o Nov 5, 1965
				8379 (c/n N.6016) to Thailand as ser.no. KH18-15/17, code 1332, then
						10332, then 23132, then 71141, then 70144 
				8381 (c/n N.6018) to Greece, but not delivered to Greece until 1988.  Flying
					from Kelly AFB with full USAF markings.
				8382/8392 (c/n N.6019/N.6029) to Imperial Iranian AF in 1964
					8382 to South Vietnam in 1972, then to South Korea. W/o Jan 20, 1984
					8383 IIRAF 3-201.  To South Vietnam in 1972
					8384 to South Vietnam in 1972
					8385 to South Vietnam in 1972.  To South Korea
					8386 to South Vietnam in 1972.  To South Korea
					8387 to South Vietnam in 1972.  To South Korea
					8388 IIRAF 3-202
					8389 to South Vietnam in 1972.  To South Korea, then to Philippines (not sure of the order)
					8390 to South Vietnam in 1972.  To South Korea
					8391 to South Vietnam in 1972
				8393/8404 (c/n N.6030/N.6041) to South Korea
					8393 (c/n N.6030) to South Vietnam in 1972, returned to USAF.  On display at Pacific Aviation Museum,
						Ford Island, Hawaii in Republic of Korea markings and dedicated Nov 12, 2012.
					8394 to South Vietnam in 1972.
					8395 to South Vietnam in 1972
					8396 to South Vietnam in 1972.  Returned to South Korea
					8397 to South Vietnam in 1972.
					8398 to South Vietnam in 1972
					8399 to South Vietnam in 1972
					8400 to South Vietnam in 1972
					8401 to South Vietnam in 1972
					8402 to South Vietnam in 1972.
					8403 to South Vietnam in 1972.
					8404 to South Vietnam in 1972
				8405 (c/n N.6042) to Greek AF
				8406/8408 (c/n N.6043/N.6045) to South Korean AF
					All to South Vietnam in 1972
				8409/8420 (c/n N.6046/N.6057) to Greek AF
					8418 went to Greek AF.  Nose noted early 2003 at Martin-Baker's airfield 
						at Chalgrove, England
				8421 (c/n N.6058) to Turkey in 1968
				8422/8423 (c/n N.6059/N.6060) to Greek AF
				8424 (c/n N.6061, 3rd TFW) w/o Sep 10, 1966
				8425 (c/n N.6062, 3rd TFW) w/o Dec 12, 1965
				8426 (c/n N.6063, 3rd TFW) w/o Aug 8, 1965
				8427 (c/n N.6064, 4503rd TFS) w/o Jun 30, 1965
				8428 (c/n N.6065) used in Skoshi Tiger, later to South Vietnam.
				8429 used in Skohsi Tiger.  To South Vietnam. (3rd TFW, 10th FCS) hit by small arms fire
					and crashed 10 mi from Bien Hoa, SVN Dec 7, 1966. Pilot ejected, but the parachute malfunctioned and 
					he fell to his death.
				8430 (c/n N.6067) to Greek AF as 38430.  Preserved at Larissa AB, Greece.
				8431/8437 (c/n N.6068/N.6074) to South Korea
					8431 to South Vietnam in 1972
					8434 to South Vietnam in 1972.  On display in Tan Son Nhat Museum, Vietnam, marked as 7579.
					8436 to South Vietnam in 1972
63-8438/8451		Northrop F-5B-5-NO Freedom Fighter
				c/n N.8001/8014.
				8438 (c/n N.8001) to Thailand AF as Kh18k-1/09, code 1301, then
					10301, then 23101, then 71101, then 70101.  On display at Royal Thai Air Force Museum, Bangkok,
					Thailand in Mar 2011.
				8439 (c/n N.8002) to Thailand AF as Kh18k-2/09, code 1303,then 10302.
				8440,8441,8443 converted to GF-5B
				8441 at Rantoul Aviation Complex, Illinois
				8444 (N.8007) with 4441st Combat Crew Training Wing in midair collision July 10, 1968 with F-5A 66-9141
						20 mi N of Sells, AZ.  One crew ejected, the other was killed. 
				8445 used as prototype for YF-5B-21, testbed
					for F-5F.
				8446,8447 (c/n N.8009, N.8010) to Imperial Iranian AF
					8446 to Jordanian AF
				8448/8451 (c/n N.8011/N.8014) to South Korea
63-8452/8469		Lockheed TF-104G Starfighter
				For Luftwaffe but operated in USAF markings at Luke AFB.
				c/n 583D-5756/5766,5768,5770/5771,5773,5775,5777,5779
				8466 crashed on training mission near Gila Bend, AZ Oct 29, 1969.  Luftwaffe student survived, pilot killed.
				8469 (583D-5779) Luftwaffe 27+71.  Sold to Norway 
					5/22/1975 as 38469.  Now in RNoAF Museum, Gardermoen AFB.
				8452,8454/8458,8460/8462,8467,8468 sold to Taiwan.
					8457 was RoCAF 4185 - crashed Sept 7, 1991.
					8458 was RoCAF 4186
					8467 was RoCAF 4193
63-8470/8475		Boeing C-135F-BN
				c/n 18679/18684.  
				For French Air Force as F-UKCA (93-CA) to F-UKCF (93-CF)
				8473 (c/n 18682/C004) crashed on takeoff when one engine lost power at Mururoa Atoll in French Polynesia 
					Jul 1, 1972. 4 crewmembers killed.
				Modifications to KC-135FR.
63-8476/8499		Douglas SLV-2 Thor missiles
				8476 (vehicle number 403) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jun 4, 1964.  Success
				8477 (vehicle number 404) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jul 10, 1964.  Success
				8478 (vehicle number 405) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Sep 14, 1964.  Success
				8479 (vehicle number 406) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Nov 27, 1963.
				8480 (vehicle number 407) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch classified USAF satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jun 18, 1964.  Success
				8481 (vehicle number 408) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jun 13, 1964.  Success
				8483 (vehicle number 410) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jun 19, 1964.  Success
				8484 (vehicle number 411) used as first stage of Thor Delta C DSV-3C #29 to launch OSO-2
					Feb 3, 1965.
				8485 (vehicle number 412) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Aug 21, 1964.  Success.
				8486 (vehicle number 413) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Aug 5, 1964.  Success
				8487 (vehicle number 414) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jan 15, 1965.
				8488 (vehicle number 415) used as first stage of Thor Delta C DSV-3C #32 to launch TIROS 10
					Jul 1, 1965. 
				8489 (vehicle number 416) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to Launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Nov 18, 1964.  
				8490 (vehicle number 417) used as first stage of Thor Delta D DSV-3D #25 to launch SYNCOM 3
					Aug 19, 1964.  Success
				8491 (vehicle number 418) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Oct 17, 1964.
				8492 (vehicle number 419) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch SURCAL 2 and
					SECOR 3 from Vandenberg AFB Mar 9, 1965.  Success
				8493 (vehicle number 420) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Nov 2, 1964.  Success
				8494 (vehicle number 421) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Oct 5, 1964.  Success
				8495 (vehicle number 422) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch classified USAF
					satellite from Vandenberg AFB Jul 17, 1965.  Success
				8497 (vehicle number 424) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Dec 19, 1964
				8498 (vehicle number 425) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch classified USAF
					satellite Dec 21, 1964.
				8499 (vehicle number 426) used as first stage of Thor Delta D DSV-3D #30 to launch INTELSAT 1
					(Early Bird) Apr 6, 1965.
63-8500/8738		Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois
				c/n 722/880, 884/963.
				8500 (c/n 722) to MASDC as XA0178 Jun 3, 1976.  To N337WN with State of Washington
				8501 (c/n 723) to MASDC as XA0063 Apr 8, 1974.  To Norwegian AF in 1976
				8504 (c/n 726) to MASDC as XA0077 Sep 25, 1975.  To USAF registry
					as HF0110 Sep 5, 1979.  Back to Army registry as XA0269 Mar 3, 1981.
					Noted Aug 2003 in Canadian War Museum, Ottawa
				8508 (c/n 730) to MASDC as XA0067 Sep 2, 1975.  To Army registry
					as HF0107 Sep 5, 1979.  To civil registry as N3080W.
					Allegedly the helo converted as "Stealth Star" for film
					use.
				8510 (c/n 732) in May 2014 stored at Fort Sill/Henry Post AAF, Oklahoma.
				8512 (c/n 734) to MASDC as XA0266 Feb 26, 1981.  To civil registry as N2087S.  Damaged at Biggs, CA Jun 12, 2007.
				8513 (c/n 735) to MASDC as XA0204 Jul 14, 1976.  To civil registry as N99676
				8514 (c/n 736) to MASDC as XA0255 Apr 25, 1977.  To Singapore AF as 268.  On display 
					at Singapore Discovery Center, Jurong.
				8520 (c/n 742) to MASDC as XA0051 Sep 27, 1973.  To USAF rolls as
					HF0101 Sep 5, 1979.
				8521 (c/n 743) to civil registry as N46942
				8523 (c/n 745) to MASDC as XA0056 Nov 12, 1973.  To USAF rolls as
					HF0103 Sep 5, 1979.  To civil registry as N3121A.
				8524 (c/n 746) to MASDC as XA0179 Jun 3, 1976.  To South Korea in 1978
				8528 (c/n 750) to MASDC as XA0167 May 19, 1976.  To civil registry as N844M
				8529 (c/n 751) to MASDC as XA0258 May 6, 1977.  To civil registry as N2295B
				8530 (c/n 752) to MASDC as XA0254 Apr 18, 1977.  To Singapore AF
				8531 (c/n 753) to MASDC as XA0250 Apr 12, 1977.  To Singapore AF
				8532 (c/n 754) to MASDC as XA0136 Feb 12, 1976.  To Honduras AF as FAH 904 in 1978
				8533 (c/n 755) to MASDC as XA0219 Sep 13, 1976.  To Singapore AF.
					Became N479SA, then LV-WGS, then CC-CNK.
					Registered Dec 14, 2007 to Consulores Estrategicos y Comunicaciones
					Ltda of Tobalaba as CC-PCD.
				8534 (c/n 756) to MASDC as XA0136 Feb 12, 1976.  To Honduras AF
				8535 (c/n 757) to civil registry as N91281.  Damaged in crash at Okeechobee, FL Jul 16, 2002.
				8539 (c/n 761) to MASDC as XA0260 Jun 30, 1977.  To Singapore AF
				8540 (c/n 762) to MASDC as XA0133 Feb 11, 1976.  To South Korea
				8541 (c/n 763) to civil registry as N567SJ
				8544 (c/n 766) to MASDC as XA0220 Sep 13, 1976.  To Singapore AF
				8546 (c/n 768) became N2169K.  Registration cancelled Jul 12, 2006 as scrapped.
				8548 (c/n 770) to civil registry as N46969.  Damaged at Ennis, MT
					Dec 5, 2007.
				8551 (c/n 773) to MASDC as XA0131 Feb 2, 1976
				8554 (c/n 776) to MASDC as XA0289 Jul 7, 1981.  To civil registry
					as N39502
				8556 (c/n 778) to MASDC as XA0289 Jul 17, 1981.  To civil registry
					as N98024
				8557 (c/n 779, 118th AC) shot down by ground fire Jun 10, 1965. 5 crew and 2 passanger KIA.
				8560 (c/n 782) to MASDC as XA0162 May 17, 1976.  To Republic of Korea AF as 38560.  On display at Jeju
					Aerospace Museum, South Korea.
				8561 (c/n 783) to MASDC as XA0169 May 20, 1976.  To USAF registry
					as HF0125 Sep 5, 1979
				8563 (c/n 785) at Hurlburt Field, FL
				8566 (c/n 788) to MASDC as XA0174 May 28, 1976 
				8571 (c/n 793) lost in Vietnam Jun 26, 1964.  2 KIA
				8572 (c/n 794) collided with CH-53A 153305 while landing near Jacksonville, NC Jun 23, 1967.
					22 of 35 onboard killed.
				8575 (c/n 797, 119th AHC) shot down by ground fire, crashed and exploded at Qui Nhon, SVN Apr 19, 1965. 4 KIA.
				8581 (c/n 803) to MASDC as XA0071 Sep 2, 1975
				8582 (c/n 804) to MASDC as XA0184 Jun 11, 1976.  To South Korea
				8587 (c/n 809, 48th AHC) shot down by small arms fire in Cambodia Oct 30, 1969. 4 KIA.
				8588 (c/n 810) to MASDC as XA0048 Sep 21, 1973.  To Norwegian AF as
					588.
				8591 (c/n 813) lost in Vietnam Jul 1, 1964.  1 KIA
				8592 (c/n 814, 118th AML) lost in Vietnam May 28, 1965.  7 KIA
				8594 (c/n 816) lost in Vietnam May 28, 1965.  3 KIA
				8595 (c/n 817) to Honduras as FAH 933.  Dumped at Toncontin
				8598 (c/n 820) lost in Vietnam Oct 7, 1964.  5 KIA
				8603 (c/n 825) to US Navy. (HA(L)-3 Det. 3) shot down by ground fire in SVN Apr 28, 1969. 3 KIA, 1 rescued.
				8606 (c/n 828) was to have been N82454 but registration not taken up; 
					became N606HF Jun 26, 2003.
				8610 (c/n 832) to MASDC as XA0076 Sep 18, 1975.  To civil registry as
					N5HF in 1976
				8611 (c/n 833) to MASDC as XA0045 Sep 21, 1973.  To USAF registry
					as HF0096 Sep 5, 1979
				8613 (c/n 835) to MASDC as XA0195 Jun 24, 1976.  FMS to South Korea
				8614 (c/n 836) to MASDC as XA0197 Jun 25, 1976.  FMS to South Korea
				8615 (c/n 837) to MASDC as XA0140 Apr 18, 1976.  To civil registry as N15SD
				8622 (c/n 844) to MASDC as XA0118 Jan 14, 1976.  To Panama AF as FAP-117
				8630 (c/n 852, 120th CAC) crashed in South Vietnam Dec 12, 1968. 2 crew killed.
				8632 (c/n 854) shot down by small arms fire at Qui Nhon peninsula, SVN Apr 19, 1965. 9 KIA. A helo with 
					this serial was at Frontiers of Flight Museum, Love Field, Dallas, TX in 2008.
				8636 (c/n 858) to MASDC as XA0135 Feb 11, 1976.  To civil registry as N99478
				8645 (c/n 867) to MASDC as XA0128 Jan 23, 1976
				8646 (c/n 868) to civil registry as N99634
				8654 (c/n 876) lost in Vietnam Dec 30, 1964.  4 KIA
				8667 (c/n 892) lost in Vietnam Apr 6, 1965.
				8668 (c/n 893) became N9378A, then N400SD, then EC-463, then EC-EVS.
				8673 (c/n 898) to MASDC as XA0147 May 5, 1976.  To South Korea
				8674 (c/n 899) to MASDC as XA0287 Apr 9, 1981.  To civil registry
					as N9650N
				8675 (c/n 900) to Honduras as FAH 929.  Dumped at Toncontin
				8676 (c/n 901) to MASDC as XA0053 Oct 4, 1973.  To civil registry as
					N843M.  Reported substantially damaged at Richvale, CA May 13, 2009
				8677 (c/n 902) to MASDC as XA0168 May 20, 1976.  To USAF registry
					as HF0124 Sep 5, 1979
				8678 (c/n 903) to Honduras AF as FAH 926.  Stored at Toncontin
				8679 (c/n 904) to MASDC as XA0261 Jun 30, 1977.  To Singapore AF
				8681 (c/n 906) to MASDC as XA0046 Sep 21, 1973.  To USAF registry
					as HF0097 Sep 5, 1979.
				8684 (c/n 909) converted to NUH-1M.  To MASDC as XA0243 Jan 4, 1977.
					To civil registry as N0AA
				8689 (c/n 914) to MASDC as XA0046 Sep 21, 1973.  To USAF registry
					as HF0084 Sep 5, 1979.  To civil registry as N415A with NASA
				8692 (c/n 917) to MASDC as XA0234 Sep 27, 1976.  To Singapore AF
				8695 (c/n 920) to NASA as 415, later N415NA.  Registration cancelled
					Aug 1999 as written off and scrapped.
				8698 (c/n 923) to MASDC as XA0192 Jun 18, 1976.  To South Korea 
				8699 (c/n 924) was N39SD, registration cancelled by FAA Nov 21, 2007
					on sale to owner in Australia, Registered Dec 18, 2007
					to Aircraft Technicians of Australia P/L as VH-DHY
				8704 (c/n 929) to civil registry as N64771
				8708 (c/n 933) to MASDC as XA0060 Jan 6, 1974.  To Singapore AF
				8711 (c/n 936) to MASDC as XA0105 Dec 4, 1975.  To Uruguay
				8718 (c/n 943) lost in Vietnam Jan 15, 1965.  2 KIA
				8721 (c/n 946) to civil registry as N64770
				8725 (c/n 950) to MASDC as XA0126 Jan 23, 1976.  To USAF registry
					as HF0118 Sep 5, 1979
				8728 (c/n 953) became N88389, then EC-EHV.
				8730 (c/n 955) to AMARC as XA0106 Dec 4, 1975
				8733 (c/n 958) to AMARC as XA0036 Aug 16, 1973.  To USAF registry
					as HF0090 Sep 5, 1979
				8734 (c/n 959) to AMARC as XA0213 Jul 28, 1976.  To South Korea
				8738 (c/n 963) to Honduras AF as FAH 927
63-8739/8859		Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
				c/n 4031/4151
				8737/8743,8746,8748,8753,8756,8758,8762,
				8763,8765,8766,8768,8770,8775,8778,8781,8782,
				8784,8785,8794,8801,8803,8805,8807,8809,8810,
				8821,8815/8817,8819,8821,8823/8825,8828,8829,
				8831,8836,8838,8841,8845/8848,8850,8853,8854,
				8857/8859 converted to UH-1H.
				8804,8805 to Germany and 8796 to Philippines.
				8805 a conflict here; according to a 1994 issue of 'FlyPast' magazine, this became N805S
				8740 (c/n 4032) to civil registry as N8148C
				8748 (c/n 4040) to AMARC as XA0509 Oct 2, 1995.  Registered N7095Y
					Sep 8, 2005.
				8749 (c/n 4011) on display outside VFW Post 4252 at Hernando, Florida Feb 2003.
				8753 (c/n 4045) converted to UH-1H.  To MASDC as XA0213 Jul 28, 
					1976.  To South Korea
				8756 (c/n 4048) registered N155AS Dec 5, 2008
				8760 (c/n 4052) collided with UH-1 63-8840 near Columbus, GA Jun 15, 1965.  All
					10 occupants killed.
				8761 (1st Cav) shot down by enemy fire Feb 1966 near An Thai, South Vietnam
				8765 (c/n 4057) to civil registry as N8149P.
				8768 (c/n 4060). Was N814SB, then N768MC; registration cancelled by FAA Jun 2, 2003 on sale 
					to owner in Chile.  Chilean identity is CC-CBU, issued 
					Jun 11, 2003.
				8770 (c/n 4062) to N20446 Feb 10, 2006
				8778 (c/n 4070) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0368 Dec 1, 1988
				8781 (c/n 4073) noted Mar 8, 2005 preserved at Enterprise Gate to Yano Hall,
					Fort Rucker, AL
				8782 (c/n 4074) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0344 Sep 29, 1988
				8784 (c/n 4076) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0418 May 22, 1995
				8785 (c/n 4077) to civil registry as N8149P
				8794 (c/n 4086) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N794CF Apr 26, 1995 
				8801 (c/n 4093) at Bell Aircraft Museum, Mentone, Indiana
				8803 (c/n 4095) registration N4252E reserved Jan 17, 2008 but
					NTU.  Registration N803UH reserved Feb 11, 2008, taken up Apr 2, 2008
				8804 (c/n 4096) to El Salvador AF as 245 and W/o Sep 6, 1991
				8805 (c/n 4097) to civil registry as N805S
				8807 (c/n 4099) to civil registry as N6257P
				8809 (c/n 4101) at Augusta State Airport, ME Sep 2007
				8817 (c/n 4109) to civil registry as N124PT
				8819 (c/n 4111) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0343 Sep 30, 1988
				8821 (c/n 4113) converted to UH-1H. 
				8825 (c/n 4117) at Iowa Gold Star Museum, Camp Dodge, IA
				8826 (c/n 4118, 118th AHC) the main rotor blades struck trees, then crashed into the Song Dong Nai river in 
					SVN Oct 9, 1969. 2 KIA, 5 MIA, 2 survived.
				8831 (c/n 4123) seen at Trident Technical College of SC. in 2007. 
				8836 (c/n 4128) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0345 Sep 30, 1988
				8840 (c/n 4132) collided with UH-1 63-8760 near Columbus, GA Jun 15, 1965.  All 8
					occupants killed.
				8841 (c/n 4133) converted to UH-1H.  Registration N841SD reserved but NTU.
					Registered N3149N Apr 14, 1995.  Registration cancelled Aug 17, 2005 on sale to owner in Chile.
					Registered Aug 25, 2005 as CC-CBO.
				8844 (c/n 4136, 227th Avn, B Co) hit by ground fire and crashlanded into a mountainside in SVN Jul 11, 1967. 3 KIA.
				8845 (c/n 4137) noted Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional airframe at
					Guthrie AHP, Fort Rucker, AL.  Apparently Guthrie AHP has closed,
					since copter was seen Mar 8, 2005 at Yano Hall, Fort Rucker  Later at US Army Infantry Museum, Fort Benning,
					GA mis-stenciled as 63-38845.
				8846 (c/n 4138) on civil registry as N338WN 
				8848 (c/n 4140) on civil registry as N81785.  Registration cancelled Jun 20, 2008 as destroyed.  To Yanks Air
					Museum, Chino, California in Oct 2013.
				8850 (c/n 4142) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0369 Dec 1, 1988
				8853 (c/n 4145) to civil registry as N6385F.  derelict with damage from Hurricane Charley at Charlotte County Apt.
				8857 (c/n 4149) to civil registry as N3180K.  N857SD reserved Jul 2002.
					Carolina Forest Service
63-8860/8870		Martin LGM-25C Titan II
63-8871/8888		Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
				c/n 18719/18736
				8871/8876,8880,8883,8884,8886 to KC-135R.
				8877 (22nd ARW) crashed in Kyrgyzstan May 3, 2013.  Two crew killed, third missing.
				8881 (c/n 18729) converted to KC-135R.  In 2014 with 191st ARS of Utah ANG
				8882 collided with B-47E 52-0171 during midair refuelling
					410 mi SSE of Harmon AB, Newfoundland Feb 26, 1965.  
					Both aircraft lost.
				8886 converted to KC-135R.  With 376th AEW, 92nd ARW, landed at Manas
					IAP, Kyrgistan Sep 26, 2006 and stopped at intersection of
					active runway and a taxiway, its crew having apparently misunderstood
					instructions from air traffic control (and the crew's response
					was also misunderstood by the tower).  KC-135R was then struck
					by Tu-154M EX-85718 which had been cleared for takeoff.  The
					Tu-154M lost 6 feet from its right wingtip but was able to
					complete its takeoff and return for an emergency landing.
63-8889/9064		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee
63-9065/9071		Douglas GAM-87 Skybolt
63-9072/9221		Bell OH-13S-BF Sioux
				C/n 2958/3107
				9072 (c/n 2958) with B Co, 1st Aviation Batallion crashed on takeoff in South Vietnam Mar 28, 1968.
				9074 (c/n 2960) with 355th Aviation Company 52nd Aviation Battalion 17th Aviation Group struck a parked
					aircraft while landing in South Vietnam Apr 25, 1968.  Pilot uninjured, helicopter DBR.
				9075 (c/n 2961) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division lost from unknown 
					cause in South Vietnam Oct 17, 1966.
				9076 (c/n 2962) hit By automatic weapons fire in South Vietnam Jan 4, 1968. Made a forced landing and was destroyed.
					Pilot was uninjured.
				9077 (c/n 2963) with 355th Aviation Company 52nd Aviation Battalion 17th Aviation Group  shot down by ground
					fire in south Vietnam Jun 16, 1968.  Pilot survived.
				9078 (c/n 2964) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 1st Brigade 1st Cavalry Division lost from unknown 
					cause in South Vietnam Apr 2, 1968. 
				9079 (c/n 2965) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division crashlanded during autorotation
					in South Vietnam Oct 21, 1967.  Pilok uninjured, but helicopter DBR. 
				9081 (c/n 2967) shot down by small arms fire in South Vietnam Nov 22, 1965.  Crew of 2 rescued.
				9082 (c/n 2968, 54th SIG) crashed in South Vietnam Nov 18, 1965. 2 KIA
				9084 (c/n 2970) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division shot down by automatic weapons
					fire in A Shau valley, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Apr 7, 1968.  Pilot believed KIA, observer
					survived and was rescued.
				9085 (c/n 2971) to storage as XF372 Feb 1, 1973.  To civil registry as N9263Z.  Loaned by Texas State
					Technical Institute, Amarillo, Texas on Apr 18, 2014 to Texas Air and Space Museum, Amarillo.
				9086 (c/n 2972) to N6448.
				9088 (c/n 2974) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 1st Brigade 1st Cavalry Division crashed Thua Thien 
					Province, South Vietnam Feb 5, 1967.  Pilot survived, helicopter caught fire and burned.
				9090 (c/n 2976) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 1st Brigade 1st Cavalry Division bounced and rolled 
					over on landing in South Vietnam Nov 13, 1967.  Crew were rescued.
				9092 (c/n 2978) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 1st Brigade 1st Cavalry Division shot down by ground
					fire in Binh Dinh Province, South Vietnam Feb 29, 1968.  Crew were rescued.
				9093 (c/n 2979, 1st BDE) crashed in South Vietnam Mar 7, 1966. 1 KIA, 1 injured.
				9095 (c/n 2981) to storage as XF348 Jan 1, 1973.  To civil registry as N94456
				9097 (c/n 2983) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 1st Brigade 1st Cavalry Division shot down by small
					arms fire thua Thien Province, South Vietnam May 9, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
				9098 (c/n 2984) to storage as XF334 Jan 1, 1973.  LIsted as being destroyed by automatic weapons fire
					in South Vietnam with C Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division Dec 20, 1966.
				9102 (c/n 2988) lost from unknown cause in South Vietnam Oct 4, 1965.
				9103 (c/n 2989) lost from unknown cause in South Vietnam Jun 20, 1966.  Pilot survived.
				9104 during low level flight pilot mistook rotor tach failure for engine failure and enter autorotation and 
					hit wire at 40 Feet and flipped on right side Oct 13, 1966.  Crew of 2 survived.
				9105 (c/n 2991) E Battery 82nd Artillery 1st Cavalry Division caught fire at golf course at An Khe South Vietnam
					Nov 12, 1965.  Helicopter DBR.
				9106 (c/n 2992) C Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division hit by ground fire and crashed and burned 
					in South Vietnam Nov 27, 1967 . Pilot and observer (Unknown) were injured and were rescued.
				9107 (c/n 2993) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division An Khe South Vietnam
					hit by small arms fire in the left side and crashed and burned in Quang Ngai Province South Vietnam May 18, 1967. 
					Pilot KIA.
				9108 (c/n 2994) to storage as XF490.  Sold to Argentina
				9109 (c/n 2995) it in the main rotor blades by blades of OH-13S (63-9207) which was being refuled without shut own. 
					(63-9207) was hovering waiting to refuel when pilot reduced power causing blades to Mesh with other 
					helicopter blades Jun 20, 1966.  Pilot was injured. Helicopter DBR.
				9111 (c/n 2997) 355th Aviation Company 52nd Aviation Battalion 17th Aviation Group hit By ground fire and crashed 
					in South Vietnam Feb 6, 1968. Pilot survived. Helicopter was destroyed.
				9112 (c/n 2998) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 2nd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division while in a left bank at 100 feet 
					helicopter lost power and throttle would not respond. Pilot went into autorotation and helicopter 
					hit the ground causing one skid to dig in the ground causing the jelicopter to mose pver October 15, 1967. 
					Pilot and observer survived uninjured. Helicopter DBR				
				9113 (c/n 2999) to storage as XF491 May 1, 1973.  To civil registry as N16CD
				9114 (c/n 3000) to storage as XF208 Aug 8, 1972.  To civil registry as N67021
				9115 (c/n 3001) lost from accident of unknown cause in South Vietnam May 16, 1966. Pilot and passenger 
					were injured and survived. Helicopter DBR 
				9116 (c/n 3002) lost from unknown cause in South Vietnam Nov 18, 1965.	
				9118 (c/n 3004) DBR in hard landing in South Vietnam Jun 5, 1966
				9119 (c/n 3005) C Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division suffered engine failure and landed
					in trees in South Vietnam May 11, 1968.  Pilot uninjured, but helicopter DBR.	
				9120 (c/n 3006) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 1st Brigade 1st Cavalry Division crashed in South Vietnam due
					to engine failure Apr 21, 1968.  Crew survived but helicopter DBR.
				9121 (c/n 3007) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 2nd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division crashed due to engine
					failure in South Vietnam Jun 17, 1968.  Crew injured, helicopter DBR.
				9123 (c/n 3009) E Battery 82nd Artillery 1st Cavalry Division damaged due to mechanical failure at Camp Evans,
					South Vietnam Jul 8, 1968.  Crew uninjured but helicopter DBR.
				9124 (c/n 3010) C Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division lost from unknown cause in
					South Vietnam Feb 9, 1967.		
				9126 (c/n 3012) to storage as XF068 Jan 1, 1972.  To civil registry as N48057
				9127 (c/n 3013) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division An Khe South Vietnam crashed from
					unknown cause Binh Dinh Province, South Vietnam Apr 25, 1967.  Both crew killed.
				9128 (c/n 3014) E Battery 82nd Artillery 1st Cavalry Division lost from unknown cause in South Vietnam Sep 3, 1966.
				9130 (c/n 3016) 610th Transportation Company (Aircraft Maintenance) ran out of fuel and crashed in South
					Vietnam Sep 14, 1967.  Crew OK but helicopter DBR.
				9131 (c/n 3018) lost from unknown cause in South Vietnam Feb 23, 1966.  Crew injured, helicopter DBR.
				9150 (c/n 3036) C Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division crashed and caught fire in South Vietnam
					Jun 30, 1968. Pilot survived but helicopter DBR.
				9151 (c/n 3037) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division lost to enemy action RVN Oct 4, 1965.
					Crew of 2 KIA.
				9153 (c/n 3039) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division shot down by ground fire  in
					South Vietnam Jun 13, 1966.  Both crew KIA.
				9154 (c/n 3040) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 2nd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division shot down by small arms fire
					in South Vietnam Feb 4, 1968.  
				9155 (c/n 3041) lost from unknown cause in South Vietnam Oct 13, 1965.
				9156 (c/n 3042) C Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division crashed due to mechanical
					failure at Bien Hoa Air Base, South Vietnam Feb 29, 1968.
				9157 (c/n 3043) E Battery 82nd Artillery 1st Cavalry Division crashed when right skid caught under revetment during
					takeoff from An Khe, South Vietnam Mar 7, 1967.  Pilot injured, helicopter was destroyed.
				9158 (c/n 3044) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 2nd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division suffered engine failure and went
					into autorotation through trees in South Vietnam Jun 24, 1967.  Helicopter destroyed by burning it.
				9159 (c/n 3045) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division shot down by small arms fire
					in South Vietnam May 19, 1968.  Pilot was rescued.
				9160 (c/n 3046) lost from unknown cause in South Vietnam Feb 20, 1966.
				9162 (c/n 3048) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division lost directional control and
					landed hard in South Vietnam Dec 23, 1966.  Pilot OK, but helicopter DBR.
				9167 (c/n 3053) lost from accident of unknown cause in South Vietnam Dec 20, 1965.  Crew OK, but helicopter DBR.
				9168 (c/n 3054) E Battery 82nd Artillery 1st Cavalry Division shot down by small arms fire Feb 17, 1967.
					Pilot was rescued.
				9171 (c/n 3057) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 2nd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division crashlanded due to power loss
					in South Vietnam Dec 15, 1966.  Pilot survived, but helicopter was destroyed.
				9172 (c/n 3058) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division crashed and burned due to mechanical
					failure at An Khe, South Vietnam Oct 20, 1966.  Pilot survived uninjured.
				9173 (c/n 3059) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 1st Brigade 1st Cavalry Division suffered engine failure and
					flipped on side during landing in South Vietnam Jun 27, 1967.  Pilot survived.
				9174 (c/n 3060) lost from accident of unknown cause in South Vietnam Apr 27, 1996.  Crew survived uninjured but
					helicopter DBR.
				9175 (c/n 3061) to civil registry as N1104U
				9177 (c/n 3063) to storage as XF242 Sep 30, 1972.  To civil registry as N50HB
				9179 (c/n 3065) D Troop 1st Squadron 4th Cavalry 1st Infantry Division crashed on takeoff in South Vietnam Oct 22, 1967.
					Pilot uninjured, helicopter DBR.
				9181 (c/n 3067) D Troop 1st Squadron 4th Cavalry 1st Infantry Division shot down by ground fire Binh Duong Province,
					South Vietnam Feb 5, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
				9183 (c/n 3069) D Troop 1st Squadron 4th Cavalry 1st Infantry Division crashed and burned W of Lai Khe Binh Long
					Province, South Vietnam Oct 20, 1967.  One rescued, one killed.
				9185 (c/n 3071) 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Maintenance) landed hard due to mechanical failure in
					South Vietnam May 4, 1967.  Pilot uninjured, helicopter DBR
				9186 (c/n 3072) crashed from unknown cause in South Vietnam Apr 26, 1968.
				9187 (c/n 3073) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 1st Brigade 1st Infantry Division landed hard into trees 
					due to mechanical failue Quan Loi, South Vietnam Aug 23, 1968.  Crew rescued.
				9190 (c/n 3076) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 2nd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division main rotor struck roter of
					parked UH-1D at An Khe, South Vietnam Feb 2, 1967.  Helicopter DBR.
				9191 (c/n 3077) to storage as XF335 Jan 1, 1973.  To civil
					registry as N67121
				9192 (c/n 3078) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 3rd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division crashed into side of hill after
					hitting tree in South Vietnam Mar 18, 1967.  Pilot killed.
				9193 (c/n 3079) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 3rd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division crashed and burned on takeoff at
					An Khe, South Vietnam Nov 15, 1967.  Pilot uninjured, helicopter destroyed.
				9194 (c/n 3080) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division lost from unknown cause in South
					Vietnam Apr 27, 1967.  Pilot survived.
				9195 (c/n 3081) crashed on takeoff after refueling in South Vietnam Jul 29, 1966.  Crew injured but survived, 
					helicopter DBR.  
				9196 (c/n 3082) lost fron unknown cause in South Vietnam Jan 15, 1966.
				9197 (c/n 3083) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 3rd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division hit by automatic weapons fire
					while landed in rice paddy in South Vietnam Oct 4, 1966.  Pilot attempted to move the helicopter to cover but
					crashed.  Crew survived and were rescued, helicopter was destroyed.
				9198 (c/n 3084) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 3rd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division crashed during steep turn
					in South Vietnam Sep 29, 1967.  Pilot survived, helicopter DBR.
				9199 (c/n 3085) C Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division suffered hard landing and rolled
					over at An Khe, South Vietnam Mar 1, 1967.  Pilot uninjured, helicopter DBR.
				9202 (c/n 3088) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division crashed in South Vietnam after tail
					rotor failed Dec 14, 1967.  Crew rescued, helicopter DBR. 
				9203 (c/n 3089) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division crashed into trees after engine 
					failed in South Vietnam.  Pilot survived and was rescued.
				9205 (c/n 3091) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division suffered hard landing during
					training flight in South Vietnam Jul 18, 1966.  Crew uninjured, helicopter destroyed.
				9208 (c/n 3094) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 2nd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division landed on a trench after engine
					lost power, rolled over, and caught fire in South Vietnam Jan 19, 1967.  Pilot uninjured and was rescued.
				9209 (c/n 3095) 11th General Support Company 1st Cavalry Division shot down by automatic weapons fire in
					South Vietnam Nov 23, 1966.  Crew injured and rescued.
				9210 (c/n 3096) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division shot down by small arms fire
					in South Vietnam Feb 19, 1966.   Observer KIA, pilot survived and was rescued but died 4 days later in hospital.
				9212 (c/n 3098) shot down by ground fire in South Vietnam Sep 13, 1966.  Crew surivived and were rescued.
				9213 (c/n 3099) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division landed hard due to collective pitch
					control failure in South Vietnam Aug 24, 1966.  Pilot rescued, helicopter DBR.
				9215 (c/n 3101) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 1st Brigade 1st Cavalry Division lost from unknown cause
					in South Vietnam Dec 7, 1967.
				9216 (c/n 3102) lost from unknown cause in South Vietnam Sep 23, 1966
				9217 (c/n 3103) 355th Aviation Company 52nd Aviation Battalion 17th Aviation Group shot down by small arms fire
					in South Vietnam Mar 25, 1968.  Crew were rescued.
				9218 (c/n 3104) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division main rotor struck a tree and
					crashed in South Vietnam Jan 12, 1967.  Pilot injured and survived, helicopter DBR.
				9220 (c/n 3106) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division shot down by automatic weapons fire
					in South Vietnam Nov 24, 1966.  Pilot survived and was rescued, observer KIA.
				9221 (c/n 3107) C Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division lost from unknown cause in
					South Vietnam Feb 29, 1968.  
63-9222/9371		Hiller OH-23G Raven
63-9372/9523		cancelled contract for Bell OH-13S-BF Sioux
63-9524/9675		cancelled contract for Hiller OH-23G Raven
63-9676/9691		Sikorsky CH-3C 
				9676 (c/n 61-508) converted to CH-3E, noted Jul 2005 at USAF Museum, OH
				9677 (c/n 61-509) converted to GCH-3C at Sheppard AFB.  On its side at Oscura Range, White Sands Missile Range, NM
				9678 (c/n 61-510) (14th Air Commando Wing, 20th SOS) crashed in Laos Dec 30, 1967.  Crew survived and were rescued.
				9679 (c/n 61.511) converted to CH-3E.  To MASDC as 44007 Feb 20, 1990  Noted stored at Pratt, KS in 1995.
				9680 (c/n 61-512) (341st SMW) destroyed at missle site in 1965.
				9681 (c/n 61-513) (56th SOW, 21st SOS) shot down by ground fire 20 mi N of Ubon Royal Thai AFB, Thailand Aug 13, 1970.
					3 of 4 crew killed.
				9682 (c/n 61-514) (3rd ARRG, 38th ARRS) suffered oil system failure over Laos and landed Feb 20, 1969.  Crew survived and
					were rescued but helicopter was destroyed.
				9683 (c/n 61-515) converted to CH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0024 Feb 22, 1990.  Noted at Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA as N51014 allocated
					but believed never used.
				9684 (c/n 61-516) (341st SMW) destroyed on ground in 1965.
				9685 (c/n 61-517) (3rd ARRG, 38th ARRS) hit by ground fire N of Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam while flying SAR mission.  
					3 crew became POW, but one evaded and was rescued by Navy SH-3 helicopter.
				9686 (c/n 61-518) converted to CH-3E. To AMARC as HH0013 Nov 5, 1975.  Returned to service.
					Back to AMARC as HH0023 Feb 22, 1990.  Noted at Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA as N5102Z allocated
					but believed never used.
				9687 (c/n 61-519) converted to CH-3E.  To MASDC as HH0018 Jan 31, 1979.  Returned to
					service.  Back to AMARC as HH0027 Mar 18, 1991. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				9688 (c/n 61-520) converted to CH-3E.  To AMARC
				9689 (c/n 61-521) w/o Jan 19, 1969 in Thailand with 21st SOS.
				9690 (c/n 61-522) converted to CH-3E.  To Army as JCH-3E.  To MASDC Jan 31, 1979
					as HH0019.   To N42626 Nov 1994.  Now in boneyard operated by Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA.
				9691 (c/n 61-523) converted to CH-3E.  To US Coast Guard.  To AMARC as 44011 Sep 4, 1991.  To civil registry 
					as N20118 Sept 2001.  To civil registry Nov 2001 as N308SB with San Bernardino County Sheriff's Dept, CA.  
					Registered N308SE Mar 24, 2005.	
63-9692/9697		Cessna U-17A
				Cessna 185 Skywagon for FMS
				9692 c/n 185-00535
				9693 c/n 185-00536
				9694 c/n 185-00537
				9695 c/n 185-00538
				9696 c/n 185-00539
				9697 c/n 185-00540
63-9698/9709		Douglas SLV-2A Thor missiles
				9699 (vehicle number 428) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch classified USAF
					satellite from Vandenberg AFB Feb 9, 1966.  Success
				9700 (vehicle number 429) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Mar 2, 1965.  Success.
				9701 (vehicle number 430) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch classified USAF satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Nov 4, 1964.  Success
				9702 (vehicle number 431) used as first stage of Thor Delta D DSV-3D #46 to launch OSO-3
					Mar 8, 1967.  Success
				9703 (vehicle number 432) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Feb 25, 1965.  Success
				9704 (vehicle number 433) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Oct 5, 1965.  Success
				9705 (vehicle number 434) used as first stage of Thor Delta C DSV-3C #33 to launch OSO-3
					Aug 25, 1965.  Failure.
				9706 (vehicle number 435) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch OGO 2 from 
					Vandenberg AFB Oct 14, 1965.  Success
				9707 (vehicle number 436) used as first stage of Thor Delta C DSV-3C #38 to launch Explorer 32
					May 23, 1966.  Success
				9708 (vehicle number 437) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Apr 29, 1965.  Success
				9709 (vehicle number 438) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB May 18, 1965.  Success
63-9710/9717		Kaman HH-43B Huskie
				9710 (c/n 202) to MASDC as HG0075 Oct 5, 1973.   To Allied Aircraft May 1977.
				9711 (c/n 203, 38th ARRS) damaged by ground fire while flying rescue for a F-100D May 21, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
					Aicraft later destroyed on the ground.
				9712 (c/n 204, 38th ARRS) crashed while flying SAR in SVN near Pleiku Jan 26, 1969
				9713 (c/n 205) shot down by ground fire while flying rescue CAP for downed aircraft in Vietnam Jun 2, 1965.  2 KIA.
				9714 (c/n 206)
				9715 (c/n 207, 38th ARRS) shot down in SVN while attempting to rescue 4 Marines May 8, 1967.
				9716 (c/n 208) 
				9717 (c/n 209)
63-9718/9765		de Havilland of Canada CV-2B Caribou
				Redesignated C-7B in 1968 upon transfer to USAF
				9718 (c/n 149) transferred to Costa Rica Security Police as TI-MSB, later MSP002.
				9719 (c/n 150) to MASDC by Jun 1985.  Now at Krister Aviation and Space Museum,
					Amarillo, TX.  Noted recently at English Field Air & Space Museum, Tradewind AP, 
					Amarillo, TX.
				9720 (c/n 151)
				9721 (c/n 153) 
				9722 (c/n 154) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				9723 (c/n 156, 459 TAS, 483 TAW) shot down by small arms fire on approach to Tien Phuoc,
					South Vietnam Dec 26, 1969.  2 crew KIA, 1 crew survived
				9724 (c/n 158, 457 TAS, 483 TAW) fell off sling while being airlifted by CH-54
					and broke into two Jun 9, 1970.
				9725 (c/n 160)
				9726 (c/n 161) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				9727 (c/n 163) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.  Severely
					damaged in hard landing at Ban Don Airstrip Sep 1966 in
					Vietnam.  Later recovered and repaired.
				9728 (c/n 165) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				9729 (c/n 167) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				9730 (c/n 168) damaged on takeoff from QWuan Tra Bing, SVN Jan 11, 1968.  Transferred to
					South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				9731 (c/n 170) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				9732 (c/n 172) named "Sha-Moo" with Alabama Army NG in Mar 1989.  To civil registry as N4365Y
				9733 (c/n 174)
				9734 (c/n 175) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				9735 (c/n 177) transferred to South Vietnam AF
				9736 (c/n 180)
				9737 (c/n 182) to civil registry as N6154Y, then C-FBOO, then N1058F
				9738 (c/n 184) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				9739 (c/n 186) transferred to South Vietnam AF.  Returned to USAF.  To MASDC as
					CM0001 Feb 21, 1976.  Loaned to US Department of Agriculture as N43889.  Later to
					New Cal Aviation in 1987, then to Pen Turbo Aviation as N80NC
				9740 (c/n 188) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				9741 (c/n 190) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972
				9742 (c/n 192) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972. 
				9743 (c/n 194) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				9744 (c/n 196) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				9745 (c/n 198, 535 TAS, 483 TAW) crashed South Vietnam Oct 7, 1968.  3 crew survived.
				9746 (c/n 200, 457 TAS, 483 TAW) shot down by ground fire near Dak Seang Apr 6, 1970.
					3 crew KIA.
				9747 (c/n 201)
				9748 (c/n 203) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				9749 (c/n 205)
				9750 (c/n 207) loaned to Air America as 750 in 1966.  Returned to USAF in 1967.  Damaged in 1967.  Transferred to
					South Vietnam AF in 1972
				9751 (c/n 209) hit mountain at An Khe, SVN Oct 3, 1966.
				9752 (c/n 211) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				9753 (c/n 213, 537 TAS, 483 TAW) collided with CH-47A 66-19041 near Camp Evans,
					Vietnam Oct 3, 1968.  All four crew and 9 passengers on the
					Caribou were killed and the 5 crew and 6 passengers on the CH-47A
					were killed.
				9754 (c/n 215) to MASDC Nov 1983 as CM0010.  To civil registry as N2225C.
					Crashed while landing at Port Alswort, AK Aug 29, 2001
				9755 (c/n 217) transferred to South Vietnam AF.  Returned to USAF.  To MASDC as CM0002
					Feb 29, 1967.  Loaned to US Department of Agriculture as N43891.  Returned to MASDC.
					To civil registry as N91NC.  Later N96NC
				9756 (c/n 218) to MASDC as CM0015.  Now at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, GA.
				9757 (c/n 220) on display at Hill AFB Aerospace Museum, UT.
				9758 (c/n 221) to MASDC Nov 1983 as CM0017.  To Pima Air and Space Museum as N700NC, then to 
					DETA Lineas Aeras as C9-ATE Mar 1989.  To Inter-Ocean Airways in 1992.
				9759 (c/n 223) to MASDC by Jul 1985.
				9760 (c/n 224) at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, Delaware.
				9761 (c/n 226, 457 TAS, 483 TAW) crashed near Pleiku, Vietnam Jul 25, 1968.  2 killed,
					2 survived.
				9762 (c/n 227, 459 TAS, 483 TAW) damaged beyond repair when landed short of runway
					at Phu Cat, South Vietnam Mar 1, 1969.  Crew OK.  Possibly repaird as reported in
					service with HI ARNG in 1984.
				9763 (c/n 229) transferred to South Vietnam AF in 1972.
				9764 (c/n 230)
				9765 (c/n 232) at Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
63-9766/9782		General Dynamics F-111A
				c/n A1-01/18.
				9766 preserved at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum Airpark, Edwards AFB, CA.
				9767 used as engine/intake test bed.  Preserved at Rantoul AVN Complex, IL
				9768 (c/n A1-03) used for ground training at Sheppard AFB as GF-111A.  Named "City of Graham" with
					Sheppart TTC, Texas in Oct 1988.  Shipped to RAAF Amberley for ground training in  1995. 
 					Now at RAAF Wagga in New South Wales used for ground training
				9769 crashed May 18, 1968 during low-speed flyby at airshow at Holloman AFB.  Crew did not 
					eject but were not injured.  Did not fly again.
				9770 reported as being preserved at McClellan AFB and at Sheppard AFB.  May have been disposed of.  Details?
				9771 was used by NASA.  Was at Cannon AFB, NM on pedestal painted with tail
					number "27-234" in 1976.  Repainted in 1997 with correct serial number.
				9772 (c/n A1-07) used for ground training at Sheppard AFB.  Named "city of Frederick" with Sheppard TTC,
					Texas in Oct 1988.  May have been scrapped in dump at Sheppard AFB in 1991.
				9773 used for ground training at Sheppard AFB as GF-111A.
					Now on display on G Ave at Sheppard AFB.
				9774 crashed Jan 19, 1967, Edwards AFB due to incorrect wing sweep setting during landing.  
					Crew not injured, but pilot went around to unfasten the WSO.  Pilot was standing in a pool
					of JP4 fuel which ignited and killed him.
				9775 (GF-111A) used for ground training at Sheppard AFB.  Named "City of Vernon" with Sheppard TTC, Texas Oct 1988.
					Now on a pedestal at Huntsville ALA, Alabama
				9776 converted to RF-111A recon aircraft.  On display at Mountain Home AFB as 66-0022.
				9777 was first example fitted with ejection module.  To AMARC as FV0008 Jul 29, 1971.  May have been scrapped.
				9778 to Dryden Flight Research Facility.  Converted to NF-111A testbed.
					Was NASA Transonic Aircraft Technology Test Aircraft 1972, and later as
					Advanced Fighter Technology Integration aircraft in 1986.  Preserved at Edwards AFB, CA
				9779 to MASDC as FV0013 Dec 7, 1972.  Returned to service.  Back to AMARC as
					FV0022 Feb 12, 1990.  reported preserved at McClellan AFB, but also reported at MASDC Ded 7, 1972.  Believed
					to have been scrapped.
				9780 crashed Oct 19, 1967 Jacksboro, TX after hydraulic failure made the aircraft un-
					controllable.  Crew ejected safely. Escape pod from 63-9780 on display at WPAFB museum.
				9781 to MASDC as FV0012 Sept 29, 1972.  Believed to have been scrapped.
				9782 to MASDC Mar 3,1970.  To Rome Air Development Center March 1975, where it was reconfigured
					as EF-111A.  In late 1975 reconfigured as FB-111A.  Dropped from inventory as salvage July 
					31, 1975.  Still used as a  test bed.
				9767,9768,9770,9772,9773,9775 converted to GF-111A.
63-9783			General Dynamics FB-111A 
				Was originally the last pre-production F-111A.
				To MASDC Dec 15, 1971.  To MASDC as FV0016 Jan 30, 1978.  May have been scrapped 1997.
63-9784/9791		Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois
				c/n 714/721.  Sold to Australia as A2-714/721
					A2-714 crashed 9/4/1968, Williamtown NSW
					A2-715 damaged 11/30/1970, Pearce WA.  Written off.  Now at
						FAA Museum, Nowra, Australia in Australian color scheme.
					A2-716 sold in USA as N123SJ 1990.
					A2-717 damaged 3/22/1961, Fairbairn ACT
					A2-718 crashed 3/23/1972, Fairbairn ACT
					A2-719 crashed 3/23/1972, Fairbairn ACT
					A2-720 to storage 5/1984.  Sold in US as N456SJ 1990
					A2-721 damaged 12/25/1974 by Cyclone Tracey in Darwin
63-9792			Boeing RC-135B-BN Stratotanker
				c/n 18706.  Modified by Martin as RC-135C.  Later converted to MDS RC-135V Rivet Joint 
					electronic intelligence aircraft.
63-9793			Cessna UH-41A Seneca
				c/n 45529
				sold to Guatemala
63-9794/9809		Cessna U-17A
				Cessna 185 Skywagon for FMS
				9794 c/n 185-00556
				9795 c/n 185-00557
				9796 c/n 185-00580
				9797 c/n 185-00581
				9798 c/n 185-00582
				9799 c/n 185-00583
				9800 c/n 185-00584
				9801 c/n 185-00585
				9802 c/n 185-00587
				9803 c/n 185-00589
				9804 c/n 185-00591
				9805 c/n 185-00592
				9806 c/n 185-00593
				9807 c/n 185-00594
				9808 c/n 185-00595
				9809 c/n 185-00596
				9800,9803,9805 to Bolivia
63-9810/9817		Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
				9810 (c/n 382-3971) converted 10/97 into Super E.
					Assigned to Moody AFB 71st RQS.
				9811 (c/n 382-3972) to AMARC as CF0171 Dec 16, 1994
				9812 (c/n 382-3973)
				9813 (c/n 382-3974) to AMARC Jul 1, 2010.
				9814 (c/n 382-3975) to AMARC as CF0238 Dec 12, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				9815 (c/n 382-3976)
				9816 (c/n 382-3977) converted to EC-130E.  To AMARC as CF0252 Jan 29, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				9817 (c/n 382-3978) converted to EC-130E.  To AMARC as CF0211
					Jul 30, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
63-9818/9851		Cessna T-37C
				9818/9830 (c/n 40790/40802) sold to Pakistan
					9823 to Peru?
				9831/9840 (c/n 40803/40812) sold to Turkey
					9835 (c/n 40807) at Turkish AF Museu, Istanbul
					9836 (c/n 40808) sold to Turkey AF as 2-836. (122nd Filo) w/o Feb 21, 1980
					9837 (c/n 40809) sold to Turkey AF as 2-837. (122nd Filo) w/o Dec 20, 1979
				9841 (c/n 40813) to Chile as J-382.
				9842 (c/n 40814) to Chile as J-383
				9843 (c/n 40815) to Chile as J-384
				9844 (c/n 40816) to Chile as J-380
				9845 (c/n 40817) to chile as J-381.
				9846 (c/n 40818) sold to Peru
				9847/9851 (c/n 40819/40823) to Turkey
63-9852/12651		Martin AGM-12 Bullpup missiles
63-12652/12653		cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130E Hercules
63-12654/12680		cancelled contract for McDonnell F-4C Phantom II
63-12681/12696		Lockheed TF-104G Starfighter
				c/n 583C-5525/5528, 583D-5767,5769,5772,5774
					5776,5778,5780/5785.  For MAP
				12681/12684 to Denmark as RT-681/RT-684 1965/67.
					12681 w/o 6-13-75.  Both pilots
						ejected safely.
				12685/12696 to Italy as MM54226/MM54237
					12686 crashed May 20, 1975 near Grosseto.  Crew OK
					12688 crashed May 13, 1988 near Trapani.  Crew killed
					12690 (c/n 583D-5778) to Italian AF as MM54231.  Preserved at Grosseto AB Apr 2001.
					12693 crashed Apr 8, 1976 near Perugia.  Crew killed
					12695 crashed Feb 10, 1969 near Perugia.  Crew killed.
63-12697/12734		Canadair-built F-104G Starfighter for MAP
				c/n 683D-6049/6086
				12698/12703 (R-698/703),12707 (R-707) to Denmark
					12698 w/o 12-3-74, pilot killed
					12700 w/o 1-17-85, pilot killed
					12701 w/o 4-8-76, pilot killed
				12697,12704/12706,12708/12714,12719,12721/12726,12729
					to Greece
				12715/12718 (C.8-1/4) to Spain
					12717 (c/n 683D-6069) transferred from Spain to Hellenic AF as 32717 and now preserved at Kifisia.
					12718 (c/n 683D-6070) transferred from Spain to Turkish AF and preserved as 12718 sy Antalya
				12720 (C.8-5) to Spain.  To Museum: Tatoi/Dekailia
				12727 (C.8-6) to spain
				12730/12734 (C.8-7/11) to Spain.
					12730 (c/n 683-6082, C.8-7) to Greece.  As Hellenic AF 32730 preserved at Mesolongi AB
					12731 (c/n 683-6083, C.8-8) to Turkey and w/o Jun 3, 1977 
					12732(C.8-9) to Turkey 
					12733(C.8-10) to Turkey 
				12728 to Taiwan.
63-12735/12740		Boeing C-135F-BN Stratotanker
				c/n 18695/18700
				Tanker for French Air Force as F-UKCG (93-CG) to
					F-UKCL (93-CL).  French serials were 312735/312740.
				Modifications to C-135FR.
63-12741/12744		Cessna O-1C Bird Dog
				c/n 305M-0080/0083.  Ex-US Navy stock (151776,151777,151778,151779)
				MAP for South Korea.
63-12745/12758		Cessna O-1E Bird Dog
63-12759/12764		Lockheed Agena/SRM-81
63-12765/12901		Hiller OH-23G Raven
				12769 to storage as XG023 Sep 13, 1971.  To civil registry as N8530W
				12777 to storage as XG0066 Nov 10, 1971.
				12778 to MASDC as XG0076 Nov 15, 1971.
				12779 to MASDC as XG0070 Nov 10, 1971
				12782 to MASDC as XG0143 Jan 20, 1972.
				12783 to MASDC as XG0069 Nov 10, 1971.  To N99GM
				12785 to MASDC as XG0051 Oct 20, 1971.  To N68012
				12786 to MASDC as XG0144 Jan 20, 1972.  To N69392
				12787 to MASDC as XG0079 Nov 17, 1971.
				12788 to MASDC as XG0071 Nov 11, 1971.
				12789 to MASDC as XG0118 Dec 29, 1971.
				12792 to MASDC as XG0068 Nov 10, 1971.  TO N5ZH
				12795 to MASDC as XG0046 Oct 20, 1971.
				12797 to MASDC as XG0089 Nov 24, 1971.
				12802 to MASDC as XG0285 Oct 9, 1972.
				12810 to MASDC as XG0057 Nov 3, 1971.  To N31337
				12812 to MASDC as XG0114 Dec 17, 1971.  To N603RA
				12813 to MASDC as XG0060 Nov 3, 1971.  To N40RJ
				12814 to MASDC as XG0067 Nov 10, 1971.  To N9984F
				12818 to MASDC as XG0099 Dec 13, 1971.  
				12819 to MASDC as XG0080 Nov 17, 1971.
				12820 to MASDC as XG0147 Jan 21, 1972.
				12823 (9th Inf. Div.) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Nov 28, 1967. 2 KIA.
				12826 to MASDC as XG0130 Jan 13, 1972
				12827 to MASDC as XG0119 Dec 29, 1971.  To N48121
				12828 to MASDC as XG0145 Jan 20, 1972.  To N8286
				12833 to MASDC as XG0062 Nov 3, 1971.  To N9293Z
				12834 to MASDC as XG0059 Nov 3, 1971.  To N62461.
				12843 to MASDC as XG0100 Dec 13, 1971
				12849 to MASDC as XG0101 Dec 13, 1971
				12851 to MASDC as XG0417 Aug 15, 1973.  To N87736
				12852 to MASDC as XG0120 Dec 29, 1971
				12855 to MASDC as XG0132 Jan 19, 1972
				12858 to MASDC as XG0166 Feb 28, 1974.  To N8293
				12866 to MASDC as XG0146 Jan 21, 1972. 
				12868 to MASDC as XG0045 Oct 10, 1971.  To N100LM
				12871 to MASDC as XG0081 Nov 18, 1971.  To N121NR
				12879 to MASDC as XG0256 Jun 24, 1972.  To N121NR
				12886 (c/n 1601) to civil registry as N6470
				12888 (c/n 1603) to civil registry as N19MP
				12890 (c/n 1605) believed to be the helicopter marked as 23812
					noted Nov 2005 at Thunder City Aircraft World of Power, Capetown,
					South Africa
				12891 to MASDC as XG0134 Jan 19, 1972.
				12893 (c/ 1608) to civil registry as N93478
				12897 to MASDC as XG0418 Aug 15, 1973.
				12901 to MASDC as XG0141 Jan 20, 1972.  To N99232.
63-12902		Beechcraft NU-8F Seminole
				c/n LG.1.  Military prototype of King Air, produced by modifying Model 65-80
					c/n LD-75.
				Later redesignated YU-21.  Retired to museum at Ft. Rucker, Alabama.  Noted in
				disposal yard at Ft. Rucker Mar 2002.
63-12903/12955		Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois
				c/n 964/1013,881/883
				12906 (c/n 967, 4th Cav, 1st Sqn, D Troop) hit by a B-40 rocket and crashed in SVN Nov 10, 1966. 4 KIA.
				12911 (c/n 972) to MASDC as XA0041 Sep 7, 1973, to XF0094 Sep 5, 1979.
				12916 (c/n 977) became N5598G, then EC-ENX.
				12921 (c/n 982) to MASDC as XA0156 May 14, 1976
				12923 (c/n 984) to MASDC as XA0032 Aug 13, 1973, to HF0086 Sep 5, 1979.  To N370AS May 22, 2008
				12929 (c/n 990) to US Navy. (HA(L)-3) crashed in South Vietnam Dec 19, 1970. 4 KIA.
				12930 (c/n 991) to MASDC as XA0033 Aug 13, 1973, to HF0087 Sep 5, 1979.
				12951 (c/n 1012) to MASDC as XA0245 Feb 24, 1977.  To Singapore AF
				12953/12955 to Royal Australian Navy as N9-881/N9-883 May 1964
					N9-881 crashed 6/5/1968, Beecroft NSW
					N9-882 (C/n 882) noted in Museum of Flight, Nowra, Australia Nov 2002.
					N9-883 crashed 11/11/1964, Nowra NSW
63-12956/13002		Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
				c/n 4152/4198.	
				12959,12960,12962,12963,12970,12973/12976,12979,12982,12986,12989/12991,12993,12996/12998 to UH-1H
				12958 (c/n 4154) MIA 6/11/1967 over water during search and rescue mission in Vietnam.  5 crew MIA.
				12959 (c/n 4155) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N2220F
				12960,12961 to GUH-1H
				12962 (c/n 4158) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N81500
				12972 (c/n 4168) converted to GUH-1D.  Was at Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL Dec 22, 2004.  Later at
					VVA Chapter #649, Batavia, Ohio
				12973 (c/n 4169) converted to UH-1H.  Became N9696S
				12974 (c/n 4170) converted to JUH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0365 Nov 15, 1992.
					To NASA
				12975 (c/n 4171) registered N812AS Sep 18, 2008
				12976 (c/n 4172) converted to JUH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0366 Nov 17, 1988.
					Reregistred as HX0366 same day
				12979 (c/n 4175) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
				12982 (c/n 4178) in May 2005 noted on display at Buffalo and Erie County Military Park, Buffalo, New York and
					still there Jul 2009.
				12986 (c/n 4182) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0340 Sept 28, 1988.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
					Seen at Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage, CA Oct 2007
				12990 (c/n 4186) converted to UH-1H.  Preserved at Rochester IAP, New York.
				12991 (c/n 4187) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N4230T
				12993 (c/n 4189) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0399 MAy 8, 1995.  To Colombia
				12995 (c/n 4191, 1st Avn, B Co) shot down by small arms fire Mar 5, 1966. 6 KIA.
				12997 (c/n 4193) converted to UH-1H.  On civil registry as N604. Now changed to N174SP.
				12998 (c/n 4194) to MASDC as XA0319 Sep 21, 1988
				12999 (c/n 4195, 176th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Feb 24, 1969. 4 KIA.
63-13003/13004		Ryan XV-8A Fleep
				13004 cancelled
63-13005		Cessna U-17A
				c/n 185-00597.  Cessna 185 Skywagon for FMS
63-13006/13014		Sikorsky UH-34D Choctaw
				ex-US Navy stock--MAP for Laos and Thailand
				13006 (c/n 58-1726) to Thai AF as H.4-32/08.  To Air America as H-24 in 1964.  To Thai AF as H.4-32/08
					again Jan 30, 1965.
				13007 (c/n 58-1727) to Thai AF as H.4-33/08.  To Air America as H-25 in 1964.  To Thai Af as H.4-33/08
					again Jan 30, 1965
				13008 (c/n 58-1728) to Thai AF or Vietnam AF.  To Air America as H-26 in 1964.
					Crashed at Luang Prabang, Laos Mar 5, 1965.
				13009 (c/n 58-1729) to Vietnam AF, Laos, Thailand as H.4K-31/07
				13010 (c/n 58-1730) to Vietnam AF, Laos, Thailand
				13011 (c/n 58-1731) to Vietnam AF, Laos, Thailand.  to Thai AF.  Crashed onto
					runway at Yat Yai AB Nov 29, 1996.  5 killed, 2 injured.
				13012 (c/n 58-1734) to Vietnam AF, Laos, Thailand as H.4K-28/07
				13013 (c/n 58-1735) to Vietnam AF, Laos, Thailand
				13014 (c/n 58-1736) to Vietnam AF, Laos, Thailand.
63-13015/13039		Cessna U-17A
				Cessna 185 Skywagon for FMS
				13015 (c/n 185-00603) to South Vietnam AF.  To Cambodian AF in 1971.  To owner in New Zealand in
					early 1990s.
				13016 (c/n 185-00604)
				13017 c/n 185-00605
				13018 c/n 185-00608
				13019 c/n 185-00609
				13020 c/n 185-00610
				13021 c/n 185-00611
				13022 c/n 185-00613
				13023 c/n 185-00614
				13024 c/n 185-00615
				13025 c/n 185-00616
				13026 c/n 185-00617
				13027 c/n 185-00618
				13028 c/n 185-00619.  To South Vietnam
				13029 c/n 185-00620
				13030 c/n 185-00621
				13031 c/n 185-00622
				13032 c/n 185-00623
				13033 c/n 185-00624
				13034 c/n 185-00625
				13035 c/n 185-00626
				13036 c/n 185-00627
				13037 c/n 185-00628
				13038 c/n 185-00629
				13039 c/n 185-00630
63-13040/13085		Lockheed Agena
63-13086/13089		Bell UH-1B Iroquois
				c/n 1014/1017.  For Norway, 086/089
				13087 flying in Australia as VH-UHF
				13088 on civil registry as N204JB.
63-13090/13113		Helio U-10B
				For Air National Guard
				13090 (c/n 595)
				13091 (c/n 596) crashed on takeoff Mar 25, 1966 in South Vietnam
				13092 (c/n 597) to MASDC as HJ0008 Oct 5, 1970.  To civil registry as N87747.  To Colombia as HK-2177X, back
					to US civil registry as N44344.
				13093 (c/n 598) crashed on landing in South Vietnam Dec 23, 1965.
				13094 (c/n 599) to MASDC as HJ0021 Jun 9, 1972.  To N106FL with Florida Department of Transportation, deregisted
					Jun 1981 as destroyed/scrapped.
				13095 (c/n 600) to civil registry as N65391
				13096 (c/n 601) converted to U-10D.  To MASDC.  To civil registry as N87743.  In 2009 was on display at 
					Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB
				13097 (c/n 602) converted to U-10D
				13098 (c/n 603) converted to U-10D 
				13099 (c/n 604) converted to U-10D.  To Korean forces in South Vietnam in late 1969.
				13100 (c/n 606) to MASDC as HJ0029 Jul 10, 1973.  Became N87741
				13101 (c/n 607) hit truck on takeoff in South Vietnam Nov 14, 1967 and DBR.
				13102 (c/n 609) converted to U-10D.  Hit by ground fire and crashed in Vietnam Aug 15, 1969.
				13103 (c/n 610) converted to U-10D.  To Air America as 610.  To Royal Laotian AF Nov 1969.  Crashed?
				13104 (c/n 612) converted to U-10D.  After successful emergency landing, dropped from sling by HH-3E Jolly
					Green Giant helicopter while being recovered Jun 17, 1966 and DBR.
				13105 (c/n 613) converted to U-10D
				13106 (c/n 615) converted to U-10D.
				13107 (c/n 616) destroyed in mortar attack at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Feb 22, 1969
				13108 (c/n 619)
				13109 (c/n 620) lost in Vietnam  Jun 7, 1967 due to non-hostile action.  Crashed on takeoff.
				13110 (c/n 621) (5th ACS, 14th ACW) lost in Vietnam Oct 4, 1967 in midair collision with C-7A Carioub near
					Lai Khe.
				13111 (c/n 622) to Air America, to Royal Laotian AF Nov 1969.
				13112 (c/n 624)
				13113 (c/n 625)
63-13114/13134		Grumman OV-1A Mohawk 
				For US Army.  Build nos. 44A/64A
				13114 (73rd Aviation Company, Army Aviation Group (Provisional) U.S. Army Support Command MACV) crashed due to 
					unknown cause over Ba Xugen Province South Vietnam Jul 4, 1965.  Both crew killed.
				13115 (131st Aviation Company I Corps Aviation Battalion (Provisional) 1st Aviation Brig) crashed after
					the left wing hit trees and flipped over while flying at tree top level 10 Miles NE of Muong May, Laos
					Nov 19, 1966.  Both crew killed.
				13116 (20th Aviation Detachment 17th Aviation Group) hit by AAA near Pou Tieu, Savannakhet Province, Laos Apr 6, 1966.  Crew of 2 
					ejected and were rescued by USAF helicopter. 
				13117 (20th Aviation Detachment 17th Aviation Group) shot down by AAA near Pou Tieu, Savannakhet Province, Laos
					Apr 6, 1966.  Crew ejected and believed POW.
				13118 (c/n 48A) to MASDC as YA0026 Aug 14, 1972.  To civil registry as N75205
				13119 used by Naval Test Pilot School at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland in 1974.  Returned to US Army.
					To civil registry as N90788.  Reported Mar 11, 2004 as being stored in Indianapolis area, formerly 
					with Ropkey Armor Museum.
				13120 (23rd Special Warfare Aviation Detachment) lost from unknown cause in South Vietnam Oct 7, 1964.  Two crew
					ejected and were rescued. 
				13121 (131st Aviation Company I Corps Aviation Battalion (Provisional) 1st Aviation Brigade) crashed in Laos
					due to unknown cause Feb 4, 1966.  Both crew survived and were rescued
				13122 (73rd Aviation Company 222nd Combat Aviation Battalion 12th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) crashed while
					attempting to land at Quan Loi, Bonh Long Province, South Vietnam apr 4, 1967.  Both crew survived.
				13123 (131st Aviation Company 223rd Combat Aviation Battalion 17th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) shot down by
					ground fire near Sepone, Savannakhet Province, Laos Dec 20, 1966.  Pilot KIA, observer ejected and was rescued.
				13124 (20th Aviation Detachment 17th Aviation Group) hit by AAA and crashed on east side of Nam Kok River, NW of
					Tchepone, Savannakhet Province, Laos Mar 15, 1966.  Both crew KIA.
				13125 (73rd Aviation Company 223rd Combat Aviation Battalion 17th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) crashed due
					to unknown cause An Xugen Province, South Vietnam Feb 21, 1972.  Both crew killed.
				13126 (c/n 56A) to MASDC as YA0042 Oct 31, 1972
				13127 (131st Aviation Company 212th Combat Aviation Battalion 16th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) crashed in
					Laos due to unknown cause Jul 15, 1968.  Pilot survived and was rescued.
				13128 acquired on unknown date by the Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics. FAA Issued Registration Number N87864 on 
					December 8, 1997. To Transport Incorporated, Merrimack New Hampshire 03054. Registration expires on June 30, 
					2013.  FAA Did Not Certify it as airworthy.
				13129 (c/n 59A) to MASDC as YA0058 Jun 11, 1973.
				13130 (73rd Aviation Company 222nd Combat Aviation Battalion 12th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) collided with
					another OV-1A (unknown s/n) in midair over Kien Hoa Province South Vietnam Oct 16, 1966.  Crashed, and both crew
					wee killed.
				13131 (73rd Aviation Company, Army Aviation Group (Provisional) U.S. Army Support Command MACV) lost from
					unknown cause in South Vietnam Dec 22, 1965.  Both crew survived and were rescued.
				13132 (c/n 62A) to MASDC as YA0037 Aug 31, 1972.
				13134 (225th Aviation Company 223rd Combat Aviation Battalion 17th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) crashed 
					due to unknown cause in South Vietnam Feb 23, 1969.  Both crew survived.
63-13135/13138		Cessna U-17A
				Cessna 185 Skywagon for MAP
				13135 c/n 185-00632.  To Honduras AF as FAH 111.  Preserved at Toncontin in Museo del Aire de Honduras.
				13136 c/n 185-00633
				13137 c/n 185-00635
				13138 c/n 185-00637. Was on civil registry as N2637Z before delivery. Then 63-13138. To Costa Rica Seguridad 
					Publica as TI-507SP, then TI-SPB.  W/o Mar 28, 1976.
63-13139/13140		Sikorsky UH-34D Choctaw
				ex-US Navy stock -MAP to Laos.
				13139 (c/n 58-1744) to Vietnam, Laos, Philippines
				13140 (c/n 58-1747) to Vietnam, Laos, Philippines
63-13141/13165		Bell UH-1F-BF Iroquois
				c/n 7001/7025.
				13141 (c/n 7001) to MASDC as HF0016 Jul 6, 1973, to 7H0082 Jan 10, 1979, to HF0075 Mar 15, 1979.
					temporarily to US Navy.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				13142 (c/n 7002) to MASDC as HF0061
				13143 (c/n 7003) to MASDC as HF0021 Oct 3, 1973, to 7H0084 Jan 10, 1979, to HF0076 Mar 15, 1979.  Temporarily to US Navy, 
					to N32281.  Now on display at March Field Museum, CA.
				13144 (c/n 7004) to MASDC as HF0031 Dec 6, 1973.  To civil registry as N45770.
				13145 (c/n 7005) to MASDC  
				13146 (c/n 7006) converted to UH-1P.  To AMARC as HF0032 Dec 12, 1973.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13147 (c/n 7007) to MASDC as HF0054 Oct 15, 1974.
				13148 (c/n 7008) to MASDC as HF0062 Nov 20, 1974.
				13149 (c/n 7009) converted to UH-1P.  To AMARC as HF0176 Dec 23, 1987.  Has become N2412G.
					Registered Jun 9, 2003 to Beck Helicopters Ltd., New Zealand as ZK-HHF.
				13150 (c/n 7010) converted to UH-1P.  To MASDC as HF0043 Sep 5, 1974
				13151 (c/n 7011, 14th SOW, 20th SOS) crashed at Ban Don, Vietnam due to engine failure 
					May 19, 1969 due to engine failure.  4 crew members suffered
					only minor injuries.  Aircraft was sling-loaded
					under a CH-47 the next day to Ban Me Thuot-East and eventually
					to Nha Trang AB, Vietna, where after inspection the aircraft 
					was deemed beyond repair.
				13152 (c/n 7012, 14th SOW) lost in Vietnam Apr 21, 1969
				13153 (c/n 7013) to MASDC as HF0015 Jun 14, 1973.
				13154 (c/n 7014) to MASDC as HF0029 Nov 28, 1973.  To civil registry as N45773
				13155 (c/n 7015, 14th SOW) suffered engine fire Sep 21, 1969 1 mi NE of Ban Me Thout,
					SVN and autorotated to the ground where it hit a tree stump,
					crashed, and burned.  All aboard rescued.
				13156 (c/n 7016) converted to UH-1P.  To MASDC as HF0044 Sep 5, 1974. Registered N156UH 19/5/03.  In 2006 was undergoing
					rebuilt by Tamarack Helicopters, Inc of Montana for Beck Helicopters, Ltd
					of New Zealand.  Scheduled to go there sometime in 2007.  Registration N156UH
					cancelled Jul 19, 2007 on sale to owner in New Zealand.  Registered in
					New Zealand as ZK-HHU by Beck Helicopters.
				13158 (c/n 7018, 14th SOW, 20th SOS) crashed in Vietnam Mar 26, 1969. The main rotor came apart and
					crashed Duc My, SVN Mar 26, 1969.  All 5 killed.
				13160 (c/n 7020) converted to UH-1P.  To MASDC as HF0141 Apr 7, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13161 (c/n 7021) converted to UH-1P.  To civil registry as N204FF
				13162 (c/n 7022) converted to UH-1P.  To AMARC as HF0071 Nov 25, 1977.
				13163 (c/n 7023) converted to UH-1P.  To AMARC as HF0161, then to USFS
				13164 (c/n 7024, 14th SOW) shot down by ground fire near Duc Lap in Vietnam Jan 3, 1969 while attempting to rescue a Special
					Forces patrol.
				13165 (c/n 7025) converted to UH-1P.  To MASDC as HF0073 Dec 30, 1977.  Returned to service
63-13166/13185		Helio U-10A
				13166/13183 built as U-10B
				13166 (c/n 605) to Air America as 166 in 1965.  W/o Feb 21, 1967 at Boun Loum, Laos
				13167 (c/n 608) to Air America, then to Royal Laotian AF.
				13168 (c/n 611) to MASDC as UE0001 Feb 17, 1972, returned to service.  To civil registry as N9015B
				13169 (c/n 614) to Air America as 169 in 1965.  W/o Mar 27, 1969 at Phu Khan Lua, Laos
				13170 (c/n 617) to civil registry as N9032D
				13171 (c/n 618) registered N5511G, subsequently N82561 Jul 14, 2005
				13172 (c/n 623)
				13173 (c/n 626) to civil regiatry as N103CM
				13174 (c/n 627) to N910SP in 1976
				13175 (c/n 628)
				13176 (c/n 629) to civil registry as N96108 in 1976. In 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				13177 (c/n 630)
				13178 (c/n 631)
				13179 (c/n 632)
				13180 (c;n 633)
				13181 (c/n 634) to civil registry as N6389G in 1979
				13182 (c/n 635) to Air America as 183.  To civil registry as N101BL.  Destroyed while filming "Waterworld"
				13183 (c/n 636) to Air America as 183 in 1965, Returned to US Army.  TeTo Sky of
					Siam Co, Ltd (Thailand) as HS-CHF Jan 31, 1975.  To N101BL in 1976.  Now owned by King Kona 
					Productions, Inc of HI as N101BL
				13184 (c/n 637) built as U-10A but upgraded to U-10B
				13185 (c/n 638) built as U-10A but upgraded to U-10B.  To civil registry as N9026X.
63-13186/13189		Lockheed C-130E Hercules
				13186 (c/n 382-4011) to Turkey Oct 1964 as ETI-186
				13187 (c/n 382-4012) to Turkey Sep 1964 as ETI-187
				13188 (c/n 382-4015) to Turkey Nov 1964 as ETI-188
				13189 (c/n 382-4016) to Turkey Nov 1964 as ETI-189
63-13190/13210		Sikorsky CH-34C Choctaw
				13190 (c/n 58-1738) to Vietnam AF
				13191 (c/n 58-1739) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Apr 3, 1969.
				13192 (c/n 58-1740) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Mar 1965.
				13193 (c/n 58-1741) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Sep 17, 1965.
				13194 (c/n 58-1742) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Mar 2, 1965.
				13195 (c/n 58-1743) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Jul 15, 1965.
				13196 (c/n 58-1745) to Vietnam AF.  To MASDC as HD0017.  To civil registry as N585HS.
				13197 (c/n 58-1746) to Vietnam AF.  To MASDC as HD0033
				13198 (c/n 58-1748) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Jul 29, 1967.
				13199 (c/n 58-1749) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Dec 11, 1965.
				13200 (c/n 58-1750) to Vietnam AF.
				13201 (c/n 58-1751) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Jun 15, 1968.
				13202 (c/n 58-1752) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Oct 17, 1968.
				13203 (c/n 58-1753) to Vietnam AF.  To Air Vietnam.
				13204 (c/n 58-1754) to Vietnam AF.
				13205 (c/n 58-1755) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Nov 20, 1965.
				13206 (c/n 58-1756) to Vietnam AF. noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				13207 (c/n 58-1757) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Oct 16, 1965.
				13208 (c/n 58-1758) to Vietnam AF.
				13209 (c/n 58-1759) to Vietnam AF
				13210 (c/n 58-1760) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Feb 27, 1969.
63-13211/13228		Douglas SLV-2A Thor missiles
				13211 (vehicle number 439) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Oct 28, 1965.  Success
				13213 (vehicle number 441) used as first stage of Thor Delta C DSV-3C to launch Explorer 28 (IMP-3)
					May 25, 1965.  Success
				13214 (vehicle number 442) used as first stage of Thor Delta E DSV-3E to launch INTELSAT 2D
					Sep 27, 1967.  Success
				13215 (vehicle number 443) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch composite satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB May 31, 1967.
				13216 (vehicle number 444) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Jun 9, 1965.  Success
				13217 (vehicle number 445) used as first stage of Thor Delta C DSV-3C #36 to launch
					TIROSOT-3 ESSA-1 Feb 3, 1966.  Success
				13218 (vehicle number 446) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Sep 19, 1965.  Success
				13220 (vehicle number 448) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Dec 9, 1965.  Success
				13221 (vehicle number 449) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Aug 17, 1965.  Success.
				13222 (vehicle number 450) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Feb 2, 1966.  Success
				13223 (vehicle number 451) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Dec 24, 1965.  Success
				13224 (vehicle number 452) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Mar 9, 1966.  Success
				13225 (vehicle number 453) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Explorer 31 (ISIS X) from
					Vandenberg AFB Nov 29, 1965.  Success
				13226 (vehicle number 454) used as first stage of Thor Delta E DSV-3E #56 to launch
					Explorer 36 (GEOS 2) Jan 11, 1968.  Success
				13228 (vehicle number 456) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch NIMBUS 2 from
					Vandenberg AFB May 15, 1966.  Success
63-13229		Fokker-built F-104G Starfighter for Luftwaffe
				c/n 8056
				Operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors
				Sold to Taiwan
63-13230/13260		Lockheed F-104G Starfighter
				For Luftwaffe.  Operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors
				13230 (c/n 683-2011)
				13231 (c/n 683-2012)
				13232 (c/n 683-2013)
				13233 (c/n 683-2014)
				13234 (c/n 683-2015) to Luftwaffe as 2014.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4363
				13235 (c/n 683-2016)
				13236 (c/n 683-2018) 
				13237 (c/n 683-2020) to Luftwaffe as 2016.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4364
				13238 (c/n 683-2021) to Luftwaffe as 2017.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4365
				13239 (c/n 683-2022)
				13240 (c/n 683-2023) to Luftwaffe as 2018.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4366
				13241 (c/n 683-2024)
				13242 (c/n 683-2025) to Luftwaffe as 2020.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4367
				13243 (c/n 683-2026) to Luftwaffe as 2021.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4368.
					Crashed Mar 24, 1990
				13244 (c/n 683-2027) to Luftwaffe as 2022.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4369
				13245 (c/n 683-2028) to Luftwaffe as 2023.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4370
				13246 (c/n 683-2030) 
				13247 (c/n 683-2031)
				13248 (c/n 683-2032)
				13249 (c/n 683-2033) to Luftwaffe as 2026.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4371
				13250 (c/n 683-2034) 
				13251 (c/n 683-2035) to Luftwaffe as 2028.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4372
				13252 (c/n 683-2036) to Luftwaffe as 2029.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4373
				13253 (c/n 683-2037) to Luftwaffe as 2030.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4374
				13254 (c/n 683-2038) to Luftwaffe as 2031.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4375.  Gate guard at
					Hualien AB, Taiwan Jun 2007
				13255 (c/n 683-2039) to Luftwaffe as 2032.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4376
				13256 (c/n 683-2040)
				13257 (c/n 683-2041) to Luftwaffe as 2034.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4377
				13258 (c/n 683-2042)
				13259 (c/n 683-2010) crashed on Goldwater Bombing Range May 27, 1966
					after loss of oil pressure and engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				13260 (c/n 683-2076) to Luftwaffe as 2065.  To Taiwan as RoCAF 4378
63-13261		Fokker-built F-104G Starfighter - for Luftwaffe
				c/n 8196
				Operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors
63-13262/13268		Lockheed F-104G Starfighter - for Luftwaffe
				c/n 683-2086,2091/2093,2095
				Operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors
				13259 (4443rd CCTS) crashed May 27, 1966 during training mission over Barry 
					Goldwater Range, AZ after engine failed.  Pilot ejected safely.
				13264/13266 sold to Taiwan
					13265 as 4381 preserved at the Yilan Soldiers Cemetery, Su-Ao, Taiwan in Aug 2009.
				13268 crashed 2-3 mi E of Lake Havasu City, AZ May 22, 1969.
					Pilot killed.
63-13269/13273		Fokker-built F-104G Starfighter for Luftwaffe
				c/n 8002/8003 (KG102/103), 8007/8009 (KG107/109).  Operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors
				13269,13272,13273 sold to Taiwan
				13270 (4443 CCTS) from Luke AFB crashed 5 miles west of Aguila, Arizona 
					Mar 3, 1966 after a flame-out over Aguila. Luftwaffe pilot successfully bailed out
63-13274		Lockheed F-104G Starfighter
				C/n 683D-9001.  Pattern aircraft for Belgium built by SABCA as KH+101.  To Luftwaffe as
					DA+105 at Luke AFB.  Was temporarily OO-FSA.  Crashed Aug 5, 1968
					at Gila Bend range after flaps were deployed asymmetrically. Pilot
					ejected safely
63-13275/13278		SABCA-built F-104G Starfighter for Luftwaffe
				c/n 683D-9002/9005.   Operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors
				13275 was pattern aircraft for Belgium built by SABCA as KH-102.
					To Luftwaffe as DA+252, later DR+252, later BG+141.  Crashed
					Feb 18, 1975 with 418 TFTS at Gila Bend Bombing and Gunnery
					range.  Pilot killed.
				13276 was pattern aircraft for Belgium built by SAGCA as KH-103.
					To Luftwaffe as DA+120, later DR+120, later BG+140.  Operated
					by 4510 CCTW at Luke AFB.  Collided in midair Aug 29, 1973
					with F-104G 65-12754 20 nm SE of Ajo, Arizona.  Pilot killed
				13277 was pattern aircraft for Belgium built by SABCA as KH-104.
					To Luftwaffe as DA+123, later DR+123, later BG+136.  OPerated
					by 4510 CCTW at Luke AFB.  Crashed Jul 13, 1966 at Gila Bend
					bombing range.  Pilot killed.
				13278 was pattern aircraft for Belgium built by SABCA as KH=105.
					To Luftwaffe as DA+127, later BG+142, later DB+258.  Later as 
					25+59.  Later to Turkish AF as 63-9005 in 1986.  Crashed
					Sep 16, 1988 at Akinci (Murted) AB, Turkey.  Pilot ejected
					safely
63-13279/13285		Cessna U-17A
				Cessna 185 Skywagon for FMS.  C/n 185-00640/00646
63-13286/13302		Martin/General Dynamics RB-57F-CF
				Rebuilds of existing B-57A, B, and D.  All later redesignated WB-57F
				13286 was B-57B 52-1589.  To AMARC as BM0006 Apr 28, 1972
				13287 was B-57B 53-3864.  Lost Dec 14, 1965 in Black Sea.  May have been shot down by Soviets and crew may have been 
					captured.  Exact fate uncertain.
				13288 was B-57B 52-1539.  To AMARC as BM0105
				13289 was B-57B 52-1527.  To AMARC as BM0103
				13290 was B-57B 52-1562.  To AMARC as BM0078 Jun 1, 1973.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				13291 was B-57B 52-1574.  To AMARC as BM0106 May 30, 1974.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				13292 was B-57B 52-1594.  Lost Jun 27, 1972, Manzano Mountains, NM.
				13293 (c/n 173) was B-57B 52-1583.  To AMARC as BM0065 Apr 24, 1972.  Now at Robins AFB, GA.
				13294 was B-57B 53-3935.  To AMARC as BM0108.
				13295 was B-57B 53-3918.  To AMARC as BM0074 Jul 26, 1972
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.  Pulled from storage in May 2011 and to NASA In July 2013 as WB-57F N927NA
				13296 was B-57B 53-3897.  To AMARC as BM0107
				13297 was B-57B 53-3900.  Crashed Nov 1966 near Albuquerque, NM.
				13298 was B-57B 52-1536.  Later loaned to NASA as 928.  Later re-registered as N928NA.  Still with NASA Sep 2005.
				13299 was B-57B 52-1573.  To AMARC as BM0067.
				13300 was RB-57A 52-1427.  To AMARC as BM0083.
				13301 was RB-57A 52-1432.  To AMARC as BM0084 Dec 23, 1973.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				13302 was RB-57A 52-1433.  To AMARC as BM0109 Jun 5, 1974.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
63-13303/13499		Cancelled contract
63-13500/13503		Martin/General Dynamics RB-57F
				Remanufactured from existing RB-57Ds.  All later redesignated WB-57F.
				13500 was RB-57D 53-3972.  To MASDC as BM0110 Jun 6, 1974.
				13501 was RB-57D 53-3975.  Later loaned to NASA as 925, registered
					as N925NA.  To MASDC Sep 15, 1982 as BM0141.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, AZ. (BM0141)
				13502 was RB-57D 53-3870.  To MASDC as BM0073 Jul 21, 1972.
					Scrapped at MASDC 1976.  
				13503 was RB-57D 53-3974.  To NASA as 926.  Later reregistered as N357AR and then
					N926NA.  To AMARC 1996.  Still with NASA Sep 2005.
63-13504/13585		Cancelled contract for RB-57F
63-13586/13593		Bell UH-1B Iroquois
				c/n 1018/1025.  For RAAF as A2-1018/1025 Dec 1964.
					A2-1018 crashed 10/16/1966, Nui Dat, Vietnam
					A2-1020 (c/n 1020) noted November 2002 at RAAF Museum, Point Cook, Australia having tail boom 
						from 62-4611 (A2-389).
					A2-1021 sold in US as N888SJ 1990.  Suffered partial power loss, during the crash-landing the main rotor 
						severed tail boom, and burned out near Herron, CA Jun 10, 1997. The pilot survived.
					A2-1022 crashed 5/29/1984, WA.  To training
						aid 8/19/1994.
					A2-1023 crashed 8/19/1981 Williamtown NSW
					A2-1024 crashed 6/6/1967, South Vietnam.  
						Repaired and now used as training aid.
					A2-1025 sold in US as N999SJ 1990.
63-13594/13600		Cessna U-17A
				Cessna 185 Skywagon for FMS				
				13594 (c/n 185-00652) was on civil registry as N2652Z before delivery.  Then
					63-13594.  To Costa Rica Seguridad Publica as TI-509SP,
					then TI-SPD
				13595 (c/n 185-00653) was on civil registry as N2653Z before delivery.  Then 
					63-13595.  To Costa Rica as TI-508SP, TI-508M, TI-SPC, C-GGOH, and ZK-JAO, now ZK-CMW.
				13596 (c/n 185-00657)
				13597 (c/n 185-00658)
				13598 (c/n 185-00662)
				13599 (c/n 185-00668)
				13600 (c/n 185-00669)
63-13601/13635		General Dynamics SLV-3 Atlas missiles
63-13636/13637		Beechcraft U-8F Seminole
				c/n LF.75/LF.76.
				13637 to civil registry as N5078E
63-13638/13647		Canadair-built F-104G Starfighter for MAP.
				c/n 683-6087/6096
				13638/13644 sold to Spain
					13638 (C.8-12)
					13639 (C.8-18)
					13640 (c/n 683-6089, C.8-14).  To Turkey and w/o Jul 14, 1981.
					13641 (C.8-15).  To Turkey 
					13642 (C.8-16).  To Turkey 
					13643 (C.8-17). 
					13644 (C.8-13).  To Turkey 
				13645/13647 to Denmark as R-645/R-647
63-13648/13667		Martin TGAM-12 Bullpup missiles
63-13668/13685		Bell OH-13S-BF Sioux
				c/n 3168/3185. 
				13668 (c/n 3168) C Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division hit by small arms fire
					crashed and rolled over inverted Bong Son, Binh Dinh Province, South Vietnam Jan 27, 1966.  Pilot
					and observer were injured and were rescued, but observer died in hospital the next night.
				13670 (c/n 3170) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division crashed due to engine failure
					in South Vietnam Aug 14, 1967.  Pilot uninjured and was rescued.
				13671 (c/n 3171) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division crashed on hillside due to
					engine failure in South Vietnam Jul 9, 1966.  Pilot uninjured, helicopter recovered and was to be sent
					back to USA for repair.  Fate unknown.
				13672 (c/n 3172) lost power and fell into water in South Vietnam Aug 18, 1966.  Pilot survived, helicopter
					destroyed in place to prevent capture.
				13674 (c/n 3174) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 3rd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division crashed and burned after
					collided in midar with UH-1D in landing zone in South Vietnam Apr 11, 1967.  Both crew survived uninjured.
				13675 (c/n 3175)  Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division hit by small arms fire and
					made forced landing in South Vietnam Dec 7, 1967.  Pilot survived and was rescued, helicopter destroyed
					by US troops to prevent capture.
				13676 (c/n 3176) hit by ground fire and crashed in South Vietnam Feb 9, 1968.  Crew were injored and were rescued,
					helicopter was destroyed.
				13677 (c/n 3177, 9th Cav, 1st Sqn, B Co) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Dec 3, 1967. 2 KIA.
				13678 (c/n 3178) 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Maintenance) lost power and crashed in South Vietnam
					Dec 29, 1967.  Pilot and passenger were injured but survived.
				13680 to MASDC as XF0081 Mar 1, 1972.  Sold to Argentina
				13681 (c/n 3181) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division shot down by automatic weapons
					fire near Lang Vei Special Forces Camp in Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Apr 7, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
				13682 (c/n 3182) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division lost from unknown cause in
					South Vietnam Feb 15, 1968
				13685 (c/n 3185) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 2nd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division DBR on ground by wind
					and possible mechanical failure at Bien Hoa Air Base, South Vietnam Feb 14, 1968
63-13686/13689		de Havilland of Canada CV-7 Buffalo
				Originally ordered for US Army and delivered in 1965 as CV-7, but transferred to USAF in 1966-1967 as C-8A.
				13686 (c/n 1) to USAF as C-8A in 1967.  To NASA as N716NA.   To
					Canadian civil registry as C-CFIU.  Scrapped in 1988.
				13687 (c/n 2) to USAF as C-8A.   To Univ of Michigan as N326D
					operating for NOAA.  To NASA as N715NA for quiet short haul aircraft tests.
				13688 (c/n 3) to US Army as CV-7A, Transferred to USAF Jul 1, 1966
					as C-8A.  Returned to de Havilland of Canada Feb 8, 1967 as N13689
					for upgrade.  To US Department of Commerce as N13689.
					To US Navy as 161546 in 1978.  161546 WFU in late 1980s and returned to US Army as 13689, and was WFU
					at Fort Bragg, NC i late 1995.  Sold to Andrews University in 1996 and later sold to Kenya as 5Y-SRK
					in 2004.
				13689 (c/n 4) transferred to USAF in 1967.  Crashed while at NAS Moffett Field, CA
					Apr 22, 1967, not sure if it was repaired
63-13690/13691		Fokker-built F-104G Starfighter for Luftwaffe
				c/n 8183, 8185.
				Operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors
				both eventually sold to Taiwan
63-13692		Northrop F-5B-5-NO Freedom Fighter
				C/n N.8015.  To Greece
63-13693/13694		Sikorsky NCH-53A Sea Stallion
				13693 at Fort Eustis, VA as instructional airframe.
				13694 (c/n 65-118) ex US Navy BuNo 153732.  WFU and redesignated GCH-53A.  Noted dumped at Hurlburt Field, FL.