1964 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised April 9, 2014


64-0001/0448		Boeing LGM-30A Minuteman missiles
64-0449/0459		Martin LGM-25C Titan II missiles
				0449 (B-85) launched from Vandenberg AFB Mar 1, 1974
				0450 (B-86) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				0451 (B-87) launched from Vandenberg AFB Feb 3, 1966
				0452 (B-88) launched from Vandenberg AFB Feb 28, 1968
				0453 (B-89) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-11
				0454 (B-90) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				0455 (B-91) launched from Vandenberg AFB Mar 24, 1966
				0456 (B-92) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-14
				0457 (B-93) stored at Norton AFB, CA
				0458 (B-94) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-8
				0459 (B-95) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jul 22, 1966
64-0460/0483		Boeing LGM-30A Minuteman missiles
64-0484/0494		Martin LGM-25C Titan III
64-0495/0572		Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
				0495 (c/n 382-3979) to AMARC as CF0221 Jun 27, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0496 (c/n 382-3980) in 2011 was ground trainer at the Logistics center at Robins AFB, Georgia.
				0497 (c/n 382-3981) to AMARC as CF0134 Sep 20, 1993.  Disposed of in 2001 at Tucson, AZ.  
					Noted with Western (presumably a scrapyard near
					AMARC) October 2002.
				0498 (c/n 382-3982) to AMARC as CF0243 Dec 18, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0499 (c/n 382-3983) to AMARC as CF0226 Sep 14, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0500 (c/n 382-3984) to ground trainer at Sheppard AFB
				0501 (c/n 382-3985, 317th TAW) crashed Blewett Falses Lake, NC 
					Apr 28, 1992.  9 killed.
				0502 (c/n 382-3986) to AMARC as CF0297 Jun 23, 2008
				0503 (c/n 382-3987) to AMARC as CF0139 Nov 8, 1993
				0504 (c/n 382-3988) to AMARC as CF0265 Jul 12, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0505 (c/n 382-3989) ditched in sea near Taiwan Dec 9, 1972
					Another reference has this crashing at
					Andersen AFB, Guam Dec 9, 1972.  A C-130 from the 374th
					CCKAB Taiwan did crash on Guam in 1972.  The
					crew was practicing touch and gos with a 
					TWA stewardess on board.  She was killed.
				0506/0507 (c/n 382-3990/3991) to Air America in 1964.  They were returned to the USAF in 1966.
					Their trails go cold in 1969.  They two planes seem to have been reassigned
					the serial numbers of a couple of crashed C-130s.  Details anyone?
					0506 is now flying with SOS 711 as 62-1843, an MC-130E which had crashed in
						SVN in Dec 20, 1965.
					0507 is now flying with SOS 711 as 63-7785, an MC-130E which had crashed in
						SVN Jun 17, 1966.  A Hercules with c/n 3991 but with serial 63-7785
						is reported Oct 2007 stored at March JRB.  To AMARC May 3, 2010
				0508 (c/n 382-3992, 345th TAS) shot down during supply drop near An Loc, SVN, Apr 26, 1972.  6 crew killed.
					Wreckange and remains of crew recovered at An Loc, Vietnam
				0509 (c/n 382-3993) to Israel as 4X-FBD
				0510 (c/n 382-3994) with 175th WG, Maryland ANG at Middle River
				0511 (c/n 382-3995, 64th TCT, 61st TCS) shot down by AAA Song Ma River, North Vietnam, May 31, 1966.  3 KIA, 5 MIA
				0512 (c/n 382-3996) in 1994 was at American Veterans Memorial, Mefford Field, CA.
					To AMARC as CF0300 Jun 24, 2008.
				0513 (c/n 382-3997) to AMARC as CF0171 Dec 16, 1994 
				0514 (c/n 382-3998) to AMARC as CF0203 Feb 18, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory May 15, 2008.
				0515 (c/n 382-3999) to AMARC Sep 25, 2012
				0516 (c/n 382-4000) to Israel as 4X-FBO, coded 301.
				0517 (c/n 382-4001) to AMARC as CF0261 May 4, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0518 (c/n 382-4002) converted to MC-130E.  To AMARC as CF0529
					Apr 16, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0519 (c/n 382-4003)
				0520 (c/n 382-4004)
				0521 (c/n 382-4005)
				0522 (c/n 382-4006) shot down on takeoff from Song Ba, SVN, Feb 29, 1968.
				0523 (c/n 382-4007) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.  Not converted to C-130H
					Participated in Son Tay raid in 1970 in attempted POW extraction.  Retired Jun 25, 212 from 27th SOW.  
					Will go on display at Cannon AFB, New Mexico.
				0524 (c/n 382-4008) to ground trainer at Little Rock
				0525 (c/n 382-4009) on display at 82nd Airborne Division War Memorial
					Museum, Fort Bragg, NC.
				0526 (c/n 382-4010) blown off runway in Alaska and torn up and left there for years.  
					Resurrected and given to Channel Islands ANGB as replacement for 
					61-2373 after it crashed.  To MD ANG then to Puerto Rico ANG.  
					Withdrawn from service due to heavy corrosion and scrapped at 
					Warner Robbins AFB. 
				0527 (c/n 382-4013) moved to Ft Lee, VA to serve as jump trainer.
				0528 (c/n 382-4014) to Israel as 4X-FBQ
				0529 (c/n 382-4017) to AMARC as CF0245 Dec 20, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0530 (c/n 382-4018) to AMARC as CF0151 May 5, 1994.
				0531 (c/n 382-4019) to AMARC as CF0251 Jan 26, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0532 (c/n 382-4021)crashed into mountain in Arkansas while
					practicing instrument approaches to Little Rock AFB
					Sep 8, 1978.  All 8 onboard killed (ASN)
				0533 (c/n 382-4022) preserved at Heritage Park at Elmendorf AFB, AK
				0534 (c/n 382-4023)
				0535 (c/n 382-4024)to Sheppard AFB as GC-130E ground trainer
				0536 (c/n 382-4025, 776th TAS) crashed into mountain near Taipei, Taiwan 
					Oct 2, 1970. All 43 onboard killed.
				0537 (c/n 382-4027) to AMARC as CF0235 Nov 29, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0538 (c/n 382-4028) to AMARC as CF0253 Feb 7, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0539 (c/n 382-4029).  Nose of 68-10946 was grafted onto 64-0539.
					In 2009 was at Minnesota ANG Museum, Minneapolis/St Paul AP.  Scrapped in situ in 2013
				0540 (c/n 382-4030) to AMARC as CF0257 Apr 5, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0541 (c/n 382-4031) on loan to Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, Anchorage, Alaska
				0542 (c/n 382-4032) noted Mar 10, 2004 as GC-130E ground instructional airframe
					at Sheppard AFB, TX
				0543 (c/n 382-4033) crashed with 314th TAW May 13, 1982, Judsonio, AR, due to
					inflight wing failure.  7 killed.  (ASN)  Aircraft exploded in midair.
				0544 (c/n 382-4034) to AMARC Sep 25, 2012
				0545 (c/n 382-4035, 50th TAS) crashed short of runway in bad weather, Ching Chuan Kang AB, Taiwan Mar 8, 1969.  All 12
					onboard killed.
				0546 (c/n 382-4039) It appears that this plane was retained by
					Lockheed and then leased to the Swedish AF as SE-XZBT Febg 1965, and 
					eventually purchased by Swedish AF Sep 1965 and serialled 84001.
					Upgraded to C-130H standard in 1987
				0547 (c/n 382-4040) converted to MC-130E.  Lost Lai Chau, North Vietnam on classified SOG mission
					on night of Dec 28/29, 1967.  Crew of 11 killed.  Site
					found in 1992.  
				0548 (c/n 382-4043, 776th TAS) crashed short of runway Khe Sanh, SVN, Nov 15, 1967
				0549 (c/n 382-4044) crashed during training mission Ft. Hood, TX 
					Mar 12, 1985.  6 of 8 onboard killed.
				0550 (c/n 382-4045) to AMARC Feb 10, 2003 as CF0196.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0551 (c/n 382-4046) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.  Not converted to C-130H.
					To AMARC Apr 30, 2013
				0552 (c/n 382-4047) converted to WC-130E.  To AMARC as CF0130 Jul 13, 1993.
					Now owned by Evergreen Helicopters of McMinnville, OR as N130EV.  On display at 
					Evergreen Aviation Educational Institute, McMinnville, OR.  Sold to
					Belgian AF Jan 23, 2007 as attrition replacement.  Belgian
					AF serial is CH-14.  Made airworthy for ferrying to Belgium
					and departed ex Gander Mar 29, 2007.  Registration N130EV
					cancelled Apr 11, 2007.  Made first flight from Brussels in
					Belgian military colors with serial CH-14 Dec 19, 2007.  Has been
					convverted to C-130H standard.  Was originally to have serial
					CH-14, but has actually been serialled CH-13.  The Belgian defense
					authorities have officially said that they will not show
					themselves to be superstitious.
				0553 (c/n 382-4048) converted to WC-130E.  To AMARC as CF0145 Jan 5, 1994.  Noted with Western (presumably a scrapyard near
					AMARC) October 2002. Cockpit at Southern Utah Air Museum
				0554 (c/n 382-4049) converted to WC-130E.  To AMARC as CF0136 Sep 28, 1993.
					Now in the Battle Damage Repair unit at AMARC.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0555 (c/n 382-4056) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support 
					aircraft.  Not converted to C-130H.  Reported Oct 2007 stored at March JRB.  To AMARC May 5, 2010
				0556 (c/n 382-4057) converted to HC-130E.  used as ground trainer at Hurlburt Field, FL.
				0557 (c/n 382-4058) converted to HC-130E, then to GC-130E ground instructional airframe, Sheppard AFB, TX.
					Reported Jul 2008 to have been submerged in Mammoth Lake Scuba
					Park, Lake Jackson, TX
				0558 (c/n 382-4059) converted to HC-130E.  w/o in midair with F-102A 56-1517 over SC during
					night training mission, Dec 5, 1972.  All 12 occupants killed.	
				0559 (c/n 382-4062) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support 
					aircraft.  Reported Oct 2007 stored at March JRB
				0560 (c/n 382-4063) converted to HC-130E.  Retired to AMARC Dec 5, 1994 as CF0169
				0561 (c/n 382-4065) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.  Named 
					"Lucky 7"  with 8th SOS in 1994.  To AMARC Sep 19, 2012.
				0562 (c/n 382-4068) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.
				0563 (c/n 382-4071) converted to HC-130E.  Destroyed in mortar attack, Nha Trang, SVN Nov 25, 1967
				0564 (c/n 382-4074) converted to HC-130E.  Crashed into South China Sea on approach to
					NAS Cubi Point, Philippines Feb 26, 1981.  23 out of 24 onboard killed.  (ASN)
				0565 (c/n 382-4077) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support 
					aircraft.  Reported Oct 2007 stored at March JRB.  Seen flying again May 2012.  To AMARC May 6, 2013
				0566 (c/n 382-4080) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft
				0567 (c/n 382-4083) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.
					Reported Feb 2008 in storage at March AFB.  Will be going to Special Operations Museum at Hurlburt
					Field, FL.  The plane served in the failed 1980 attempt to rescue American hostages at the US
					Embassy in Iran.  It also transported captured Panamanian dictator Manuel Noreiga in 1989 during
					Operation Just Cause.  Appeared at Hurlburt Field on display May 2011
				0568 (c/n 382-4086) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.  To AMARC May 6, 2013.
				0569 (c/n 382-4079) to AMARC.  Seen in 2006 awaiting restoration at Hill Aerospace
					Museum, UT
				0570 (c/n 382-4085) to AMARC as CF0202 Feb 12, 2003.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0571 (c/n 382-4067) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.  To AMARC Sep 19, 2012.
				0572 (c/n 382-4090) converted to MC-130E Combat Talon I special forces support aircraft.
					Reported Feb 2008 in storage at March AFB.  to AMARC May 7, 2010
64-0573/0608		cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
64-0609/0633		Lockheed C-141A-15-LM Starlifter
				c/n 300-6022/6046.
				All converted to C-141B
				0609 (c/n 300-6022) to AMARC as CR0038 Jul 23, 1997.  Broken up
					Aug 18, 2003.  Noted November 2003 being scrapped at AMARC
				0610 (c/n 300-6023) to AMARC as CR0065 Mar 15, 1999.
				0611 (c/n 300-6024) To AMARC as CR0146 October 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0612 (c/n 300-6025) to AMARC as CR0082 Feb 1, 2000.
				0613 (c/n 300-6026) to AMARC as CR0044 Nov 24, 1997.  Broken up
					Sep 17, 2003.
				0614 (c/n 300-6027) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0197 Jan 28, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0615 (c/n 300-6028) to AMARC as CR0083 Feb 2, 2000.  Reported Aug 2004 for sale as lot 1071/1
				0616 (c/n 300-6029) to AMARC as CR0110 Sept 5, 2000.
				0617 (c/n 300-6030) to AMARC as CR0019 Mar 15, 1996.  Broken up
					Jun 12, 2003.  Noted Jul 2003 in scrapyard near AMARC
				0618 (c/n 300-6031) to AMARC as CR0122 Apr 4, 2001.
				0619 (c/n 300-6032) to AMARC as CR0218 Sep 15, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0620 (c/n 300-6033) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0238 Jan 12, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0621 (c/n 300-6034) to AMARC as CR0091 Apr 5, 2000.
				0622 (c/n 300-6035) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0176 May 28, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0623 (c/n 300-6036) to AMARC as CR0075 Sept 24, 1999.
				0624 (c/n 300-6037, 437 MAW) crashed Jul 12, 1984 near Sigonella, Italy.  17 killed.
				0625 (c/n 300-6038) to AMARC Oct 22, 1997 as CR0041.  Broken up
					Aug 27, 2003.  Noted November 2003 being scrapped at AMARC
				0626 (c/n 300-6039) to Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, DE
				0627 (c/n 300-6040) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0201 Mar 4, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0628 (c/n 300-6041) to AMARC as CR0112 Dec 4, 2000.
				0629 (c/n 300-6042) to AMARC as CR0071 May 19, 1999.
				0630 (c/n 300-6043) converted to C-141B SOLL II. To AMARC Nov 14, 2000 as CR0111.  Noted Jul 2003
					in scrapyard near AMARC.
				0631 (c/n 300-6044) to AMARC as CR0113 Dec 20, 2000.
				0632 (c/n 300-6045) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0168 Dec 3, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0633 (c/n 300-6046) to AMARC Sep 16, 2004 as CR0220.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
64-0634/0653		Lockheed C-141A-20-LM Starlifter
				c/n 300-6047/6066
				All converted to C-141B except 0641.
				0634 (c/n 300-6047) to AMARC Apr 23, 1996 as CR0025.  Broken up 
					Jul 29, 2003
				0635 (c/n 300-6048) to AMARC Jun 16, 1997 as CR0036.  Broken up
					Aug 12, 2003
				0636 (c/n 300-6049) to AMARC Jun 8, 1993 as CR0004.   Broken up
					Jun 9, 2003
				0637 (c/n 300-6050) converted to C-141C.  To MASDC as CR0237 Jan 3, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0638 (c/n 300-6051) to AMARC as CR0150 Jan 17, 2002
				0639 (c/n 300-6052) to AMARC Jun 20, 1997 as CR0037.  Broken up
					Aug 12, 2003
				0640 (c/n 300-6053) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC Apr 15, 2004 as CR0209.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0641 (c/n 300-6054, 62 MAW) crashed into high ground on Hurricane Ridge, WA Mar 20, 1975 while on
					approach to McChord AFB due to use of improper R/T procedures by controller.  16 killed.
				0642 (c/n 300-6055) was in use as instructional airframe Altus AFB, OK.  Now at Altus MAP,
					missing wings and tail and appears to be used for training by a local
					college.
				0643 (c/n 300-6056) to AMARC Aug 17, 2000 as CR0109
				0644 (c/n 300-6057) was on display at McGuire AFB, NJ.  Scrapped July 2000.
				0645 (c/n 300-6058) converted to C-141C. To AMARC as CR0231 Sep 8, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0646 (c/n 300-6059) to AMARC as CR0086 Feb 11, 2000.
				0647 (c/n 300-6060, 437 MAW) w/o Sep 18, 1979 when caught fire
					upon landing at Charleston AFB, SC.  (ASN)
				0648 (c/n 300-6061) to AMARC Jul 1, 1993 as CR0005.  Broken up
					Jun 20, 2003.  Noted Jul 2003 in scrapyard near AMARC
				0649 (c/n 300-6062) to AMARC Jul 19, 2000 as CR0107
				0650 (c/n 300-6063) to AMARC Oct 3, 1995 as CR0012.  Broken up
					Jun 10, 2003.  Noted Jul 2003 in scrapyard near AMARC
				0651 (c/n 300-6064) to AMARC Nov 21, 1996 as CR0029.  Broken up
					Jul 29, 2003.
				0652 (c/n 300-6065, 437 MAW) crashed Aug 31, 1982 into Hoopers 
					Bald Mountain near Murphy, NC.  All 9 onboard killed. (ASN)
				0653 (c/n 300-6066) converted to NC-141B.  To AMARC as CR0034 Apr 15, 1997.   
					Became instructional airframe at Brooks AFB, TX.
64-0654/0672		McDonnell F-4C-21-MC Phantom
				0654 0654 (c/n 866, 366th TFW, 480th TFS) crashed in Quang Binh province, North Vietnam Oct 3, 1966. Both crew KIA.
				0655 to AMARC as FP044 Mar 10, 1987
				0656 w/o Aug 7, 1967
				0657 w/o Sep 14, 1966
				0660 on display at Niagra Falls AP, NY.
				0661 (c/n 878) to AMARC as FP030 Dec 11, 1986.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Oct 24, 1996
				0662 (c/n 880, 12th TFW, 558th TFS) shot down by ground fire during CAS mission in Kien Hoa province, Vietnam 
					Jun 12, 1967. Both crew KIA.
				0663 w/o Dec 2, 1966
				0664 on pedestal at Hill AFB, Ogden, Utah
				0665 preserved Minnesota Military Museum
				0667 (c/n 889, 366th TFW, 389th TFS) shot down by AAA at Chanh Hoa II, North Vietnam Jun 8, 1967. Both crew KIA.
				0668 w/o May 30, 1967
				0669 (c/n 891, 366th TFW, 389th TFS) shot down or crashed near Gia Ninh, North Vietnam Nov 10, 1967. Both crew KIA.
				0670 (c/n 894, 366th TFW, 389th TFS) shot down by AAA 24 km W of Hanoi, North Vietnam Apr 29, 1967. Pilot POW, RIO KIA.
				0671 w/o Jun 7, 1966
				0672 to AMARC as FP135 Jan 1990
64-0673/0737		McDonnell F-4C-22-MC Phantom
				0673 to AMARC as FP056 Apr 16, 1987.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				0674 w/o Jun 9, 1965
				0675 modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.  Seen at Grand Bay Bombing Range, Moody AFB, GA Sep 2007
				0677 (c/n 907) to AMARC as FP060 Apr 27, 1987.  Noted 2002 at 
					Miracle of America Museum and Pioneer Village, Polson, MT
				0678 (c/n 908, 8th TFW, 433rd TFS) shot down by heavy AAA in North Vietnam Dec 20, 1965. Pilot POW, RIO MIA.
				0679 shot down MiG-17 Jul 10, 1965.  Now on display at Misawa AB, Japan.
				0680 (c/n 912, 8th TFW, 497th TFS) hit by ground fire during bomb run and crashed at Ninh Binh, North Vietnam 
					Sep 30, 1965. Both crew KIA.
				0681 w/o Sep 3, 1968
				0683 reported in USAF Museum, OH in 1988.  Was located at Newark AFB, Ohio for an unknown period, but when the base
					closed it was moved to Newark-Heath Airport and repainted in SEA colors.
				0685 (c/n 921, 8th TFW, 45th TFS) shot down (MiG-17 or ground fire) Jun 21, 1965. Crew ejected and was recovered
				0686 w/o Feb 17, 1984
				0687 (c/n 924, 12th TFW, 557th TFS) shot down by ground fire 30 km NE of Saigon, South Vietnam Aug 8, 1966. 
					Both crew ejected and MIA.  Pilot's remains identified and returned Feb 2012.
				0689 (c/n 928, 12th TFW) w/o May 2, 1967.
				0692 (12th TFW) shot down by AAA 40 km SE of Dong Hoi, SVN
					Aug 27, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
				0693 shot down MiG-17 Jul 10, 1965.  Shot down by ground fire over North
					Vietnam Jul 30, 1967 with 12th TFW, 559th TFS.  Both crew MIA.
				0694 to AMARC as FP080 May 22, 1987.
				0696 ((12th TFW, 559th TFS) shot down by ground fire E of Dak To, SVN Nov 19, 1967. Pilot KIA, RIO ejected and recovered..
				0697 w/o Nov 26, 1967
				0698 (8th TFW, 497th TFS) entered unrecontrollable spin during return flight from Clark, crashed in ocean 
					Dec 20, 1966. Crew ejected and were rescued.
				0699 to AMARC as FP284 Jul 20, 1989.  Now at Davis Monthan AFB.
				0700 (8th TFW) hit by ground fire during bomb run and ditched into the sea Sep 24, 1965. Both crew rescued.
				0701 (12th TFW, 558th TFS) shot down by ground fire Nov 29, 1967
					over Laos.  One crew member bailed out and was rescued.  Other
					crew member MIA.
				0702 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Oct 5, 1966, becoming
					first US fighter to be lost to an AAM.
				0705 to AMARC as FP036 Jan 26, 1987
				0706 on display at McClellan AFB, CA.
				0707 to 366th TFW Holloman 1965, to 12th TFW Cam Ranh Bay in 1966, to 347th TFW at Clark in 1968, to 18th TFW 
					Kadena 1971. to Michigan ANG 171st FS, 191st FG.  Ended its days at RAF Lakenheath as ABDR sirframe and
					scrapped there in 1996.  Cockpit is being restored.
				0708 (8th TFW) shot down by ground fire over NVN May 22, 1967.
				0709 w/o Sep 17, 1966
				0710 (557th TFS, 12th TFW)) shot down by ground fire during attack on ground target in
					North Vietnam Oct 12, 1967.  Both crew MIA
				0711 (c/n 966) to AMARC as FP358 Oct 23, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0712 on display at Camp Mabry, Austin, TX painted in TX ANG colors.
				0713 (c/n 971) to AMARC as FP230 Mar 22, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Aug 7, 1998
				0714 (12thTFW, 557th TFS) hit by AAA during attack on target in NVN.   Plane made
					out to sea before crew ejected and were picked up.
				0716 (12th TFW, 558th TFS) in midair collision with 63-7509 Sep 17, 1966 2 mi N of Cam Ranh Bay, South
					Vietnam.  One of the four crewmembers(the RIO on 0716)  managed to eject, the other 3 were killed.
				0717 (8th TFW, 433rd TFS) w/o due runway overrun SVN May 17, 1966.
				0718 (12th TFW, 391st TFS) shot down by ground fire in SVN Jul 12, 1967. Pilot KIA, RIO recovered.
				0719 (12th TFW, 557th TFS) crashed into a lighting array after aborted takeoff at Cam Ranh Bay, SVN Aug 3, 1967. 
					Pilot killed, RIO survived.
				0720 (8th TFW, 433rd TFS) crashed due fire and explosion during takeoff roll Apr 28, 1967. Suspect engine 
					failure due ruptured fuel cell. Crew OK.
				0722 (366th TFW, 391st TFS) hit by ground fire and crashed during bombing run near mouth
					of Am Phu and Dai Rivers, Hai Dong, South Vietnam May 26, 1966.  Both crew ejected, but MIA.
				0723 (12th TFW, 557th TFS) shot down by suspested ground fire over Pleiku province, SVN Dec 7, 1965. Both crew KIA.
				0725 to AMARC as FP052 Apr 8, 1987.
				0726 to AMARC as FP039 Feb 23, 1987
				0727 (c/n 996) to AMARC as FP096 Apr 23, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 19, 2000
				0728 (8th TFW, 497th TFS) lost to gunfire over Laos Feb 21, 1966. Crew ejected and was rescued.
				0729 w/o Nov 25, 1965
				0730  (8th TFW, 68th TFS) hit on stike mission and crashed Oct 16, 1965. Both crew ejected and POW.
				0732 (8th TFW, 497th TFS) during night strafing attack on trucks it impacted the ground Mar 15, 1966. Crew were killed.
				0733 w/o Mar 31, 1967
				0734 w/o Sep 15, 1967
				0736 (8th TFW, 497th TFS) hit by ground fire during bomb run Sep 29, 1966. Pilot KIA, RIO recovered.
				0737 w/o Gila Bend, AZ Jun 22, 1972
64-0738/0817		McDonnell F-4C-23-MC Phantom
				0741, 0757, 0781, 0787, 0790, 0791, 0815 modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.
				0739 shot down by small arms fire Jan 25, 1969.  Both crewmembers ejected and were recovered.
				0740 crashed into sea off North Vietnam Mar 14, 1966. Both crew attended to rescue by HU-16B 51-0071, which was 
					sunk by shore batteries. Survivors rescued by a Navy helo.
				0741 (c/n 1023) on display at Mojave MAP, CA, marked as 414.  To civil registry as N403FS.
				0742 (8th TFW, 433rd TFS) hit by ground fire during bomb run Feb 28, 1966. Crew flew within 10 mi of Ubon, 
					Thailand before ejecting, and was rescued.
				0743 w/o Nov 11, 1966
				0744  (12th TFW, 558th TFS) shot down during bomb run at Dak To, SVN Jun 2, 1966.
				0745 (c/n 1028, GF-4C) preserved in Limburg, Netherlands.  Reported
					May 17, 2008 at Autobedrijf Piet Smedts Collectie, Baarlo/Kessel, Holland
				0746  (12th TFW, 557th TFS) crashed in SVN Apr 1, 1967. Both crew KIA.
				0748 on pedestal at Langley AFB, VA.
				0749 used as battle damage trainer at Homestead AFB.  Destroyed by Hurricane
					Andrew Aug 24, 1992.
				0751 at Mountain Home AFB, ID.  The plane marked at 64-0751 at Milwaukee APT is really
					63-7704.  In 2009 was on display at Mitchell Field, WI on ANG side.  
					0751 (366th TFW, 480th TFS) shot down by ground fire at Ban Loboy,
						Laos Nov 9, 1967. 1 KIA, 1 POW and killed in captivity.  So the Mountain Home plane may not really
						be 0751 either.
				0752 w/o Aug 6, 1967
				0753 w/o Dec 2, 1966
				0754 (c/n 1043) preserved at American Legion Post 979, Peoria, Illinois May 2010.
				0755 w/o Nov 22, 1966
				0756 w/o Apr 23, 1967
				0757 (c/n 1047) noted fall 2003 at Museo dell'Aviazone, Cerbaiola, Italy
				0758 to AMARC as FP024 Nov 6, 1986
				0760 (8th TFW, 433rd TFS) hit by ground fire during night bomb run over NVN May 15, 1966. Crew were MIA.
				0761 (c/n 1055) to AMARC as FP138 Jul 14, 1988.  To National, Kolb Road, Tucson Feb 13, 1997.
					Noted in compound behind restoration hangar at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002
				0762 w/o Jul 15, 1967
				0763 on IR range at Wright Patterson AFB, OH for many years.  Transported to Air Heritage Inc Museum and Aircraft
					Restoration Facility, Beaver County, Pennsylvania Aug 28, 2012.
				0764 w/o Feb 28, 1967
				0765 (c/n 1061) to AMARC as FP137 Jul 14, 1988.  To National, Kolb Rd, Tucson Feb 13, 1997
				0766 on display at Seoul War Memorial Museum, South Korea.
				0767 shot down by small arms fire Jan 24, 1969. Both crewmembers
					ejected ans were recovered
				0768 w/o Dec 7, 1967.   Both crew members recovered
				0769 w/o Mar 27, 1967 when ran off runway into sea following aborted takeoff
					at Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam.  Crew unhurt.
				0770 on display at Semour Johnson AB, NC.
				0771  (12th TFW, 557th TFS) crashed into mountain S of Cam Ranh Bay, SVN Sep 3, 1966. Both crew KIA.
				0772 on display at Houston American Legion Post 560, Houston, TX
				0773 (8th TFW, 497th TFS) shot down by SAM Jan 23, 1967. Crew ejected and made POW.
				0774 (12th TFW, 558th TFS) shot down over North Vietnam Dec 13, 1967.  Both crew ejected,
					one crew rescued but the other apparently drowned in the river.
				0775 to AMARC as FP068 May 7, 1987
				0776 (c/n 1079) at Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA.  Named "Miss Piggy" and preserved at Portland IAP,
					Oregon with 123rd FS in Feb 1993.
				0777 to AMARC as FP363 Oct 24, 1989.  In 2012 was on display at Cavanaugh Air Museum, Addison, Texas.
				0778 w/o Jun 14, 1967
				0779 (12th TFW, 391st TFS) crashed near Boun N, SVN Jun 1, 1968.  One crew killed, other recovered.
				0780 (c/n 1085) to AMARC as FP133 Jul 7, 1988.  To National, Kolb Rd, Tucson Jan 16, 1997.
					Noted at National Aircraft Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ Oct 8, 2001.
				0782 (12th TFW, 559th TFS) shot down by ground fire over DMZ, North Vietnam Dec 17, 1967. Both crew ejected, 
					but pilot killed during ejection, WSO recovered.
				0783 on display at Grissom Air Park, Indiana
				0784 (c/n 1092) to AMARC as FP104 Apr 22, 19988.  To National Jan 2, 1997.  
					Noted in National Aircraft Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ Oct 8, 2001.
				0786 w/o Jul 11, 1967
				0788 (8th TFW, 433rd TFS) collidied midair with 63-7586 and crashed Mar 21, 1967. Crew ejected and were 
					rescued. 63-7586 landed safely.
				0789 in midair collision with U-1A Jul 2, 1966.  Pilot of U-1A
					killed.  To AMARC as FP062 Apr 29, 1987
				0791 converted to EF-4C in 1971.  Now on display at VFW Post 3377 in Austin, TX, on loan from USAF Museum.
				0792 preserved with Hawaii ANG, Hickam AFB.  In 2010 was being refurbished for display with Pacific Aviation Museum,
					Ford Island, Hawaii.
				0793 is on a trailer at 154th Wing, Hawaii ANG, Hickam AFB, HI
					for eventual transfer to Korea for display, but will probably remain
					in Hawaii and may eventually be scrapped.
				0794 to AMARC as FP069 May 12, 1987
				0795 w/o Nov 4, 1967
				0796 to AMARC as FP064 Apr 30, 1987
				0797 on display at Technick und Bauernmuseeum in Seifertshofen, Germany
				0798 (c/n 1115) noted in National Aircraft Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ Oct 8, 2001l
				0799 (c/n 1118) on display at Peterson Air and Space Museum, CO, painted as 61779
				0800 (12th TFW, 559th TFS) shot down by ground fire N of Phu Giao, SVN Nov 13, 1968. Both crew KIA.
				0801 w/o Feb 4, 1967
				0802 to AMARC as FP037 Jan 26, 1987
				0803 w/o Feb 19, 1968
				0804 to AMARC as FP051 Apr 8, 1987
				0805 (12th TFW, 559th TFS) hit by ground fire and crashed at Tonghe Gnai, Laos May 8, 1969.  Both crew
					members ejected but could not be rescued.
				0807 w/o Dec 10, 1967
				0808 w/o Feb 25, 1966
				0809 crashed near Davis Monthan AFB May 21, 1966.
				0810 (c/n 1135, 366th TFW, 480th TFS) shot down in Vietnam Jan 21, 1967.  Both crew POW.
				0811 to AMARC as FP063 Apr 29, 1987
				0812 to AMARC as FP118 Jan 1990
				0813 to Spanish AF in 1971 (EdA C.12-13) w/o May 7, 1979
				0815 on ramp at Savannah IAP, GA.  This is actually part of the Mighty Eighth AF Heritage Museum
				0816 on display at The Citadel, Charleston, SC.
				0817 last assigned to 3246th Test Wing, Eglin AFB, last flown May 5, 1986.  At USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL.  
					Repainted at 64-0813
64-0818/0881		McDonnell F-4C-24-MC Phantom
				0840, 0844, and 0847 modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.
				0820 to Spain in 1978 (EdA C.12-37).  Preserved in Museo del Aire
					at Cuatro Vientos, near Madrid.
				0821 (8th TFW, 497th TFS) CBU bomblet collision during release and caught fire Oct 2, 1966. Crew ejected safely 
					and were rescued.
				0822 to AMARC as FP025 Nov 7, 1986
				0823 on display at Pacific Coast Air Museum,
					Santa Rosa, CA.
				0824 w/o in North Sea Aug 21, 1972
				0825 noted Mar 19, 2004 stored at NAS Fort Worth JRB, TX.  In 2009 was at OV-10 Bronco Assocation at Mecham
					Field, Fort Worth, TX
				0826 (366th TFW) destroyed by VC shelling and rocket attack at Da Nang, SVN Jan 30, 1968.
				0827 on display at Camp San Luis Obispo, CA in markings of
					163 TFG, 196 TFS.  Data plate is mismarked as 63-0827, but
					correct serial number is on the tail.
				0828 (c/n 1167) to AMARC as FP152 Sep 12, 1988.  To Saylor Creek, ID for target Oct 9, 1998
				0829 at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, OH.  Gate guard at Davis Monthan AFB painted as 64-0829 is actually
					F-4N BuNo 150639.
				0830 (12th TFW, 559th TFS) went down in Laos Mar 22, 1968 following bomb malfunction over Khe Sanh.
					One crew member became POW, other MIA. 
				0831 (c/n 1173) to AMARC as FP181 Dec 15, 1988.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Jun 1, 1999
				0832  (8th TFW, 433rd TFS) hit by SAM while attacking a bridge outside Hanoi, NVN Sep 10, 1966. Crew ejected and POW.
				0833 (8th TFW, 555th TFS) inflight fire due to fuel leak in engine bay Dec 27, 1966. Crew ejected and were rescued.
				0834 (366th TFW, 389th TFS) shot down or crashed near Hong Thui, North Vietnam Nov 10, 1967. Both crew KIA.
				0835 w/o Sep 9, 1967
				0836 (c/n 1183) to AMARC as FP026 Nov 7, 1986.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Oct 1, 1996
				0837 w/o Aug 31, 1968
				0838 (433rd TFS, 8th TFW) shot down MiG-21 Jan 2, 1967.  Now on display at Aviation
					Challenge Museum, Huntsville, AL.
				0839 (8th TFW, 433rd TFS) hit by AAA over Hanoi Mar 10, 1967, causing
					fuel leak.  Flown by Capt. Pardo, the plane pushed damaged
					F-4C 63-7653 to Laos with the windshield onto the other plane's
					extended tailhook.  They succeeded, and out of fuel the crew
					ejected over northeast Laos.  Crew were recovered. 
				0840 to AMARC as FP088 Oct 7, 1987
				0842 w/o Nov 16, 1969
				0843 w/o Apr 17, 1969
				0844 seen on a post at Bakalar AFB (Columbus, IN airport), IN Aug 1990.
				0845 w/o Jan 9, 1967
				0846 to Spanish AF in 1971  (EdA C.12-12)
				0848 (8th TFW, 433rd TFS) destroyed by blast from own ordinance Mu Gia Pass, NVN Jul 26, 1967.  2 MIA.
				0849 (8th TFW, 433rd TFS) shot down by SAM Mar 26, 1967. Crew ejected and POW.
				0850 to Spanish AF in 1971  (EdA C.12-14)
				0851 on a pole at Tuskegee University, AL
				0852 (c/n 1212) as FP208 Jan 20, 1989.  To Holloman AFB, NM as target Sep 1, 1998
				0853 to Spain in 1971  (EdA C.12-17)
				0854 (c/n 1216) to Spain in 1971  (EdA C.12-18).  Noted derelict at Torrejon Air Base Oct 2009.
				0855 to Spain in 1971  (EdA C.12-20)
				0856 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-32)
				0857 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-21, w/o Oct 14, 1977)
				0858 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-29)
				0859 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-31). Preserved near golf course at
					Torrejon.
				0860 to AMARC as FP029 Dec 5, 1986
				0861 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-26)
				0862 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-27)
				0863 w/o Orfordness, Suffolk, UK Nov 11, 1970
				0864 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-36)
				0865 to AMARC as FP070 May 12, 1987
				0866 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-15)
				0867 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-09)
				0868 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-16)
				0869 (c/n 1250) to AMARC as FP495 Apr 23, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 19, 2000
				0870 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-35, w/o Apr 25, 1983)
				0871 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-11)
				0872 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-19).  Preserved in the Ala 12 museum
					at Torrejon.
				0873 collided with 64-0874 over East Yorkshire Feb 5, 1969
				0874 collided with 64-0873 over East Yorkshire Feb 5, 1969
				0877 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-23)
				0878 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-30)
				0880 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-28) 
				0881 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-25, w/o Feb 14, 1975)
64-0882/0928		McDonnell F-4C-25-MC Phantom
				0882 (c/n 1284) to Spanish AF in 1978 (EdA C.12-38).  Stored at Las Bardenas Range, Navarra in Aug 2002
				0883 crashed near Gila Bend, AZ Jul 14, 1977.
				0884 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-01).  WFU Jul 10, 1978 after
					suffering electrical fire at Torrejon
				0885 crashed into North Sea off Winterton, UK May 6, 1966.  Both crew killed.
				0886 to Spain in 1971  (EdA C.12-06).  W/o Feb 7, 1985.
				0887 to Spain in 1971 (EdA C.12-33)
				0888 (c/n 1298) to AMARC as FP023 Nov 6, 1986.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Oct 1, 1996
				0889 cockpit section at museum at old Grissom AFB, IN
				0890 on display at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska
				0891 on display at Volk Field ANGB, WI
				0892 (c/n 1308) to Spain in 1978 (EdA C.12-39).  Noted derelict at Torrejon Air Base in Oct 2009.
				0893 (c/n 1311) to AMARC as FP176 Dec 1, 1988.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0894 to Spain in 1971  (EdA C.12-24, w/o May 4, 1984)
				0895 to Spain in 1971  (EdA C.12-10)
				0896 to Spain in 1978 (EdA C.12-40)
				0897 w/o Jan 19, 1971
				0898 w/o East Dereham, Norfork, UK Mar 25, 1969
				0899 (c/n 1328) to AMARC as FP177 Dec 1, 1988.  To 409SS, Holloman AFB, NM Sep 4, 1997
				0900 to Spain in 1971  (EdA C.12-02).  WFU Feb 20, 1989. Now on
					pole as gate guard at Torrejon.
				0901 crashed at RAF Bentwaters Sep 11, 1968
				0903 to Spain in 1971  (EdA C.12-03).  WFU Feb 2, 1989
				0904 to AMARC as FP040 Feb 23, 1987
				0905 is on display as gate guard at Eielson AFB, AK.
				0906 to Spain in 1971  (EdA C.12-05, w/o Nov 26, 1973)
				0907 to Spain in 1971  (EdA C.12-34)
				0908 to AMARC as FP076 May 20, 1987
				0909 to Spain in 1971  (EdA C.12-04)
				0911 on display at Pekin, IL.
				0912 at Tulare airport, CA
				0914 (199th FS, Hawaii ANG) crashed at sea N of Oahu Jan 7, 1983.  Crew ejected safely
					and were recovered.
				0915 (c/n 1378). Noted Fall 2003 at March Field Museum, Riverside, CA.  Seen at Pooler, GA in 2010
				0916 crashed at Furtensfedbruck, Germany Jan 18, 1971.
				0918 to AMARC as FP119 May 4, 1988
				0920 to Spain in 1971  (EdA C.12-07)
				0921 crashed at RAF Woodbridge Sep 13, 1967.
				0922 (c/n 1401) preserved at Musee Aeronautique de Cornouailles, Plobannalec in 2005
				0923 w/o Mar 21, 1987
				0924 (c/n 1407) to Spain in 1971  (EdA C.12-22) Stored at Las Bardenas Reales Test Range in 2002
				0925 to Spain in 1971  (EdA C.12-08)
				0926 (c/n 1414) to AMARC as FP351 Oct 17, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Jun 1, 1999
				0927 (366th TFW, 480th TFS) the bombs exploded after releasing and crashed in Vietnam Jan 16, 1968. Both crew 
					ejected and rescued.
				0928 to AMARC as FP077 May 20, 1987
64-0929/0937		McDonnell F-4D-24-MC Phantom
				0929 has been sitting on ramp at site C3 at Eglin AFB for serveral years.
					It was formerly with 3246th Test Wing
				0930 (c/n 1228) to AMARC as FP530 Jul 6, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises, Jun 1, 1999
				0931 to Korea in 1969.  Now a gate guard at Daegu International Airport
				0932 crashed 7 mi SW of Caliente, NV at unknown date.  1 ejected
					safely, 1 killed.
				0933 to Korea in 1969
				0934 to Korea in 1969
				0935 to Korea in 1969
				0937 (c/n 1280) to AMARC as FP485 Apr 9, 1990.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Sep 1, 1998
64-0938/0963		McDonnell F-4D-25-MC Phantom
				0938 (c/n 1288) to AMARC as FP486 Apr 9, 1990.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Sep 17, 1998
				0939 (c/n 1292) to AMARC as FP130 Jun 10, 1988.  To National Jan 16, 1997.
					Noted in National Aircraft Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ Oct 8, 2001.  There is a report
					this plane had gone to South Korean AF, presumably it was returned.
				0940 to Korea
				0941 to Korea in 1969
				0942 (c/n 1312) to AMARC as FP484 Apr 9, 1990.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Sep 17, 1998
				0943 to Korea in 1969
				0944 to Korea in 1969
				0945 (c/n 1330) to AMARC as FP292 Aug 15, 1989.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Dec 17, 1997
				0946 to Korea in 1969
				0947 to Korea in 1969
				0948 to Korea in 1969
				0949 (c/n 1350) to AMARC as FP488 Apr 10, 1990.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Jul 23, 1998
				0950 to Korea in 1969
				0951 to Korea in 1969
				0952 (c/n 1364) allocated civil registration N401AV.  Cancelled July 2001.  Now on a 
					pedestal in Lancaster, CA.
				0953 (c/n 1370) to AMARC as FP489 Apr 10, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises May 19, 2000.
				0954 to Korea.  Also listed as being lost in Vietnam Dec 18, 1971
				0955 to Korea in 1969
				0956 (c/n 1383) to AMARC as FP491 Apr 10, 1990.  To Fritz Enterprises Jun 14, 1999
				0957 to Korea in 1969
				0958 to Korea in 1969
				0959 (c/n 1398) to AMARC as FP407 Jan 4, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0961 to Korea in 1969
				0962 to Korea in 1969
				0963 (c/n 1415) to AMARC as FP444 Feb 6, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
64-0964/0980		McDonnell F-4D-26-MC Phantom
				0965 (c/n 1423) registered as N424FS.  N424FS cancelled Feb 13, 2004 as 'destroyed'  As N424FS noted in
					Mojave in Sep 2009 and placed on display as 64-0965 at Van Zandt County
				0966 to Korea in 1969
				0967 lost over a gunnery range at Wheelus AB, Libya Jan 9, 1967 because of a fuel 
					starvation problem because of misplacement of fuel transfer switches.  Crew ejected safely.
				0968 (c/n 1432) to AMARC as FP490 Apr 10, 1990.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Dec 17, 1997
				0970 (c/n 1438) to AMARC as FP131 Jun 10, 1988.  To National Jan 16, 1997
				0971 (36th TFW) crashed Oct 14, 1966 while on range sortie to El Uatia from Wheelus AB,
					Libya (nuclear bombing practice run).  Flamed out due to misplacement of fuel transfer switches.
					Both crew ejected safely.
				0972 on display at ANG base at Fargo, ND
				0973 (c/n 1445) to AMARC as FP125 May 10, 1988.  To National Jan 16, 1997
				0975 (c/n 1454) to AMARC as FP217 Feb 16, 1989.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Jan 12, 1998
				0976 (c/n 1456) to AMARC as FP458 Jan 12, 1990.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Dec 17, 1997
				0977 (c/n 1459) to AMARC as FP487 Apr 9, 1990.  To Holloman AFB, NM for target Mar 11, 1998
				0978 to Korea in 1972
				0979 (c/n 1464) to AMARC as FP442 Feb 1, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0980 (c/n 1467) to AMARC as FP544 Jul 12, 1990.  To Cannon AFB, NM for target Mar 11, 1998
64-0981/0996		Cancelled contract for McDonnell F-4D Phantom II
64-0997/1017		McDonnell RF-4C-20-MC Phantom
				0997 (c/n 660) named "Dickie Bird II" with 196th RS, California ANG in Mar 1993.
					To AMARC as FP925 May 18, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0999 (c/n 663) to AMARC as FP812 Feb 4, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1000 started its career at RAF Alconbury, UK in 1965.  Later became a maintenance trainer at Sheppard AFB.
					Used to be a gate guard at Bergstrom AFB in Austin, TX.  After the base became a civil airfield in 1993,
					plane was moved to Rusty Allen Airport, Lago Vista, TX.  Was reported to be in fairly bad shape, but it now
					appears to be fairly well maintained.
				1001 to RoKAF as 41-001
				1002 crashed at Edwards AFB, CA Mar 1, 1976
				1003 w/o Nov 21, 1980
				1004 (c/n 690). Noted Fall 2003 at Edwards AFB, CA
				1005 (c/n 698) to AMARC as FP921 Apr 29, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1006 to Spain as CR.12-53 in 1995
				1007 crashed 40 mi off coast at Myrtle Beach in 1979 after tail section
					caught fire due a fuel leak.  Both pilots ejected and were rescued
					by fishing boats.
				1008 crashed at RAF Alconbury, UK, Dec 11, 1970.
				1009 (c/n 725) to RoKAF as 41-009
				1010 (c/n 733) to AMARC as FP952 Mar 3, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1011 crashed at Burgheast, UK Apr 28, 1970
				1012 (c/n 744) w/o Jun 2, 1965.
				1013 (c/n 751, 10th TRW) w/o Nov 29, 1973.
				1014 (c/n 758) to AMARC as FP0993 Sep 27, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 
				1015 crashed at Upwell, Norfolk Feb 24, 1970.
				1016 (c/n 770) to AMARC as FP850 May 11, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1017 (c/n 776) to AMARC as FP0979 Aug 18, 1995.
64-1018/1037		McDonnell RF-4C-21-MC Phantom
				1018 (10th TRW, 1st TRS) crashed at Millthorpe, near Sheffield, UK May 5, 1970.
				1019 (c/n 789) to AMARC as FP810 Jan 27, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1021 (c/n 801) to AMARC as FP969 Oct 19, 1994.  This was the last AMARC USAF Phanto to be given a
					3-digit park code.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1023 (c/n 813) to AMARC as FP818 Feb 25, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1024 (c/n 819) to AMARC as FP436 Jan 23, 1990.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1026 to RoKAF as 41-026
				1027 crashed in North Sea May 23, 1973.
				1028 (c/n 842) to AMARC as FP623 Mar 20, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1029 (c/n 847) to AMARC as FP907 Mar 4, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1030 (c/n 854) to AMARC as FP934 Jul 7, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1031 (c/n 859) to AMARC as FP968 May 16, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1032 (106th TRS/AL ANG) crashed into Beech 18 N19T while trying to land at Birmingham AP
					Jun 20, 1985.  Pilot of Beech killed.
				1033 (c/n 870) to AMARC as FP905 Dec 31, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1034 w/o Savannah, GA Feb 17, 1993
				1035 (c/n 881) to AMARC as FP906 Jan 7, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1036 (106th TRS) crashed at Volk Field Training Site, WI May 21, 1985 while maneuvering
					to avoid light aircraft.  Crew ejected safely.	
				1037 (460th TRW, 16th TRS) shot down Sep 16, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
64-1038/1061		McDonnell RF-4C-22-MC Phantom
				1038 (c/n 900) to AMARC as FP814 Feb 5, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1039 (c/n 904) to Spain as CR.12-54 in 1995
				1040 (460th TRW, 16th TRS) shot down by AAA Jul 26, 1966.  Both crew rescued.
				1041 (c/n 915) to AMARC as FP0991 Sep 22, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1042 (460th TRW, 16th TRS) shot down Jul 26, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
				1043 (460th TRW) destroyed in VC rocket attack on Tan Son Nut Feb 18, 1968.
				1044 (17th TRW, 106th TRS) crashed 100 nmi WSW of Al Dhafra, UAE Oct 8, 1990.  Mis-
					judged reaction to simulated AAA thread and crashed.  Crew killed.
				1045 (460th TRW, 16th TRS) shot down Apr 25/26, 1966.  Both crew KIA.
				1046 (c/n 942) to AMARC as FP796 Dec 18, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1047 at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, OH.  Flew
					172 sorties in Desert Shield/Desert Storm.
				1048 (432nd TRW, 11th TRS) shot down by AAA Dec 9, 1968.  Both crew rescued.
				1050 (c/n 962) to AMARC as FP0994 Sep 27, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1051 (c/n 967) to AMARC as FP0988 Sep 13, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1052 w/o Jun 25, 1975
				1053 to AMARC as FP854 7/27/192.  To Tyndall
					AFB as QRF-4C AF117.  Expended 5/21/1998.
				1054 (460th TRW, 16th TRS) shot down by AAA Aug 19/20, 1966.
				1055 (c/n 987) to AMARC as FP953 Apr 14, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1056 (106th TRS) crashed into Persian Gulf Mar 31, 1991 after
					engine fire on takeoff.  Crew ejected safely.
				1057 (c/n 998) to AMARC as FP955 Apr 14, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1059 (460th TRW, 16th TRS) shot down by AAA Aug 9, 1967.  Both crew POW.
				1060 (c/n 1011) to AMARC as FP963 May 19, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1061 (c/n 1017) noted at Minnesota ANG Museum, Minneapolis-St Paul IAP
64-1062/1077		McDonnell RF-4C-23-MC Phantom
				1062 (c/n 1021) to AMARC as FP821 Feb 25, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1063 (c/n 1032) to AMARC as FP0973 Apr 25, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1064 crashed at RAF Wyton, UK Jun 7, 1966.
				1065 (c/n 1048) to AMARC as FP0984 Aug 25, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1066 (c/n 1058) to AMARC as FP820 Feb 25, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1067 (c/n 1067) to AMARC as FP729 Aug 1, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1068 (c/n 1075) to AMARC as FP0970 Oct 19, 1994.  First AMARC Phantom to be given a four-digit
					park code, all following AMARC Phantoms were given four-digit park codes.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1069 to Spain in 1989 (EdA CR.12-45).  Put on display as gate guardian at Torrejon AB, Spain Oct 30, 2013
				1070 to Spain in 1989 (EdA CR.12-46)
				1071 (c/n 1099) to AMARC as FP772 Oct 8, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1073 (123rd TRW) crashed during a low level training May 16, 1982.  Both crew ejected safely.
				1074 (c/n 1123) to AMARC as FP773 Oct 8, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1075 (c/n 1132) to AMARC as FP912 Apr 7, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1076 crashed on approach to Duluth IAP May 25, 1978.  Both crew ejected safely.
				1077 (c/n 1144) to AMARC as FP954 Apr 14, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
64-1078/1085		McDonnell RF-4C-24-MC Phantom
				1078 (432nd TRW, 11th TRS) shot down by AAA Jan 6, 1967.  Both crew rescued.
				1079 (c/n 1158) to AMARC as FP0980 Aug 18, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1080 (c/n 1164) to AMARC as FP904 Oct 29, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1081 (c/n 1168) preserved at Louisville, Kentucky
				1082 (c/n 1172) to AMARC as FP732 Aug 8, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				1083 to Spain in 1989 (EdA CR.12-47)
				1084 (67th TRW) crashed Oct 13, 1989.
64-1086/1125		cancelled contract for McDonnell RF-4C Phantom II
64-1126/13105		Martin AGM-12 Bullpup missiles
64-13106/13165		Boeing/Vertol CH-47A Chinook
				c/n B.078/137
				13106 (B.078) destroyed in Vietnam Feb 26, 1969 when enemy sappers
					infiltrated the area.
				13107 (B.079) lost in South Vietnam Dep 21, 1967.  Hostile fire caused
					fire, unable to drop sling load of 105mm 
					howitzer, landed on howitzer, aft pylon burned
					off 30 sec after touchdown.  Total loss.
				13108 (B.080) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 83-24125.
				13109 (B.081) hit by gunfire Apr 23, 1968 in Vietnam and crashed and
					burned.  8 injuries.
				13110 (B.082) crashed in Vietnam Nov 15, 1965
				13111 (B.083) rebuilt as MH-47D and reserialed 83-24110.  
				13112 (B.084) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24114.
				13113 (B.085) rebuilt as MH-47D and reserialed 84-24156. 
				13114 (B.086) crashed Mar 24, 1966 in Vietnam after being hit by fire.
				13115 (B.087) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24104
				13116 (B.088) in accident May 31, 1971 in Vietnam
				13117 (B.089) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24171
				13118 (B.090) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24117
				13119 (B.091) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24178
				13120 (B.092) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24153
				13121 (B.093) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24174
				13122 (B.094) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24120
				13123 (B.095) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24168
				13124 (B.096 228th ASHC, A Co) shot down by AAA at A Shau Valley, SVN Apr 19, 1968. 3 KIA, 2 injured.
				13125 (B.097) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24159
				13126 (B.098) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24165
				13127 (B.099) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24123
				13128 (B.100) crashed Nov 3, 1969 in Vietnam.
				13129 (B.101) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24162
				13130 (B.102) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24180
				13131 (B.103) crashed in Vietnam Nov 12, 1966
				13132 (B.104) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23388
				13133 (B.105) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23389
				13134 (B.106) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23387
				13135 (B.107) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01676
				13136 (B.108) to Thai Army as 13136.  Noted derelict at Lopbury 1995.
				13137 (B.109) rebuilt as MH-47D and reserialed 86-01635
				13138 (B.110) crashed near Di Linh, SVN due to engine failure May 4, 1966. 3 crew and 27
					passengers killed.
				13139 (B.111) crashed Feb 7, 1968 when struck by mortar fire on ground
					in Vietnam.
				13140 (B.112) to Thai Army and returned to USA and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24154
				13141 (B.113) transferred to Vietnam AF Jun 1972.  Captured by North
					Vietnamese at end of war.
				13142 (B.114) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01662
				13143 (B.115) to VNAF.  Shot down by SA-7 missile May 32, 1972
				13144 (B.116) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23774
				13145 (B.117) was prototype armed Chinook (ACH-47A).  "Cost of Living" lost at Bong 
					Son, SVN, May 7, 1967 with 53rd Aviation Detachment, Field Evaluation
					(Provisional), due to 20 mm cannon hits on its forward rotor system
					from its own weapon. Eight KIA
				13146 (B.118) destroyed Feb 26, 1969 by sappers in Vietnam.
				13147 (B.119) to VNAF.  Lost Mar 23, 1975.
				13148 (B.120) to Thai Army as 413148.  Noted preserved at Lopburi 1995.
				13149 (B.121) modified as ACH-47A gunship.  "Easy Money" retired at Vung Tau, March 
					1968. Used at Boeing Facility at Vung Tau as maintenance trainer. Preserved 
					at the Cargo Helicopter Program Office, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. 
				13150 (B.122) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24163
				13151 (B.123) modified as ACH-47A gunship.  'Stump Jumper' destroyed, Aug 5, 1966 at Vung Tau in ground taxi accident 
					with another Chinook
				13152 (B.124) crashed Apr 19, 1968 in Vietnam.
				13153 (B.125) crashed SVN Jun 25, 1967.
				13154 (B.126) modified as ACH-47A gunship.  "Birth Control" Destroyed by NVA mortar fire after forced landing, Feb 22, 
					1968, Hue.
				13155 (B.127) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01663.
				13156 (B.128) crashed near Tay Ninh, SVN May 30, 1966.  3 killed.
				13157 (B.129) crashed May 10, 1972 in Vietnam
				13158 (B.130) crashed near Mo Duc, SVN Aug 18, 1968.  Crew survived
				13159 (B.131) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01638
				13160 (B.132) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24166.
				13161 (B.133) crashed Aug 30, 1969 near Nui Dat in Vietnam in support
					of Australians. All 5 onboard killed.
				13162 (B.134, 178th ASHC) lost power and crashed on takeoff in SVN Jun 27, 1966. Copilot KIA, 1 badly burned 
					and 3 other survived
				13163 (B.135) transferred to Vietnam.  Lost Mar 23, 1975.
				13164 (B.136) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01641.
				13165 (B.137) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00072
64-13166/13305		Northrop T-38A-55-NO Talon
				c/n N.5595/5734.
				13169,13172,13188,13193,13203,13211,13215,
				13232,13245,13161,13164,13167,13169,13176,
				13280,13288,13292,13298 converted to AT-38B
				13194,13216,13231,13253 leased to Taiwan.
				13167 (c/n N.5596) to AMARC as TF0299 Mar 2, 1995.  To South Korea Sep 24, 1998,
					Returned to AMARC as TF0366 Jul 15, 2008
				13168 (c/n N.5597) to AMARC as TF0324 Sep 25, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  There is a photo dated 2010 with its wings missing which 
					lists this as TF0347
				13172 (c/n N.5601) converted from AT-38B to T-38C.
				13173 (c/n N.5602) to AMARC as TF0291 Jan 24, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13174 (c/n N.5603) to AMARC as TF0157 May 25, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13176 (c/n N.5605) to AMARC as TF0300 Mar 9, 1995.  To Korea 1999.  To AMARC Jan 6, 2010.
				13178 (c/n N.5607) to Turkish AF as 2-178
				13179 (c/n N.5608) to AMARC as TF0315 Jan 26, 1996.  Noted at Chino, CA Nov 2002.  In the collection of
					Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA
				13180 (c/n N.5609) to Turkish AF as 2-180
				13181 (c/n N.5610) to AMARC as TE0296 Feb 10, 1995.  Leased to South Korean AF.  
					Returned to AMARC as TF0367 Jul 9, 2008
				13185 (c/n N.5614) to AMARC as TF0302 Mar 16, 1995
				13185 (c/n N.5615) still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13186 (c/n N.5616) to AMARC as TF0178 Jun 17, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.	
				13188 (c/n N.5617) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0087 May 24, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13190 (c/n N.5619) to AMARC as FT0319 Apr 1, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13191 (c/n N.5620) to AMARC as TF0190 Jun 28, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13194 leased to Taiwan.  Returned, noted with 71st FTW Aug 2003.
				13197 was first conversion to T-38C.
				13198 (c/n N.5627) to AMARC as TF0122 Jul 9, 1992.  On display at Hangar 25 Museum, Big Spring, TX
				13200 (c/n N.5629) to Turkish AF as 2-200
				13201 (c/n N.5630) to AMARC as TF0326 Oct 21, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13203 converted to T-38C
				13204 (c/n N.5633) to AMARC as TF0277 Sep 26, 1994.  Leased to South Korean AF.  
					Returned to AMARC as TF0368 Jul 8, 2008.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13206 with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO
				13207 (c/n N.5636) to Turkish AF as 2-207
				13209 (c/n N.5638) to AMARC as TF0268 Sep 21, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13211 converted to T-38C
				13212 (c/n N.5641) to AMARC as TF0314 Dec 19, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13215 (c/n N.5674) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0107 Aug 23, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13216 to AMARC 
				13220 (c/n N.5649) to AMARC as TF0244 Sep 14, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13221 (c/n N.5650) to Turkish AF as 2-221
				13223 (c/n N.5652) to Turkish AF as 2-223
				13227 (c/n N.5656) to AMARC as TF0285 Jan 12, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13228 (c/n N.5657) to AMARC as TF0163 Jun 1, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13236 (c/n N.5665) to Turkish AF as 2-236
				13237 (c/n N.5666) to Turkish AF as 2-237
				13231 presumably the T-38C of 80th FTW/70th FTS (quoted as 64-3231)
					that landed short of runway at Sheppard AFB, TX May 1, 2008
					during simulated single-engine landing.  Debris entered
					starboard engine, causing its seizure.  Instructor opened
					throttle and retracted undercarriage to climb away but also
					retracted flaps, which caused aircraft to stall and crash.
					Both occupants ejected but were killed on impact with ground
					after their ejection seats collided.  13231 also quoted as
					going to AMARC as TF0187 Jun 25, 1993.
				13241 (c/n N.5670) to AMARC as TF0295 Feb 7,1995.  FMS to South
					Korea.  Returned to AMARC as TF0369 Jul 9, 2008
				13242 (c/n N.5671) to AMARC as TF0256 Sep 16, 1994.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13243 (c/n N.5672) to AMARC as TF0224 Jul 29, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13244 (c/n N.5673) to AMARC as TF0284 Jan 12, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13245 (c/n N.5674) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0064 Mar 26, 1991
				13249 (c/n N.5678) to AMARC as TF0212 Jul 21, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13252 (c/n N.5681) to AMARC as TF0133 Jul 29, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13253 (c/n N.5682) to AMARC as TF0331 Aug 30, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13254 (c/n N.5683) to AMARC as TF0210 Jul 16, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13256 (c/n N.5685) to AMARC as TF0195 Jul 2, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13258 (c/n N.5687) to AMARC as TF0251 Sep 15, 1994
				13260 (c/n N.5689, 47th FTW) crashed during approach near Laughlin AFB, TX Nov 28, 1972. Pilot died of injuries.
				13265 with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO
				13268 with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO
				13271 on display at Castle Air Museum in 2011.
				13274 (c/n N.5703) to AMARC as TF0192 Jun 29, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13276 (c/n N.5705) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0108 Aug 23, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13277 (T-38C, 12th FTW, 435th FTS) (435th FTS) crashed Feb 22, 2007 due to flap failure and crashed
					12 mi S of Hondo, TX.  Pilot (sole occupant) ejected safely. (AFM 10/2007)
				13278 (c/n N.5707) to AMARC as TF0309 Dec 11, 1995.  To Korea Apr 27, 1999.
					Back to AMARC as TF0370 Jul 15, 2008
				13280 (c/n N.5709) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0104 Aug 9, 1991.
					Returned to service with 49th FW.
				13283 with 12th FTW, Randolph AFB
				13287 (64th FTW, 54th FTS) crashed Jun 5, 1989.
				13290(80th TFW, 90th FTS) collided with 66-4323 Aug 24, 2001 50 mi w of
					Wichita Falls during formation training sortie.  Sole occupant of
					one plane killed, the two occupants of the other ejected safely.
				13292 (c/n N.5721) converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0114 
					Sep 6, 1991.  To Kentucky Aviation Museum, Lexington, KY in 1999
				13300 (c/n N.5729) to Turkish AF as 2-300 
				13302 (c/n N.5231) had been at Edwards AFB Test Pilots School.  Last flight of T-38A with USAF TPS Sep 19, 2013.
					Reassigned to Air Combat Command.
				13305 (c/n N.5734) to AMARC as TF0316 Jan 29, 1996
64-13306/13376		Northrop F-5A-20-NO Freedom Fighter
				c/n N.6075/6136,N.7001/7009
				13306/13309 (c/n N.6075/N.6078) to South Korea
					13306 to South Vietnam in 1972, returned to Korea
					13308 to Philippines in 1995.  With 6th FS 5th FW Philippines AF crashed on January 6, 1997
					13309 to South Vietnam in 1972
				13310 (c/n N.6079) to Philippines in 1965
				13311,13312 (c/n N.6080/N.6081) to South Korea
					13311 to South Vietnam in 1972, returned to South Korea
					13312 to South Vietnam in 1972
				13313 (c/n N.6082) to Philippines
				13314,13315 (c/n N.6083/N.6084) to South Vietnam
				13317 (c/n N.6086) used in Skoshi Tiger, later to 
					South Vietnam in 1974.  Later to Taiwan
				13318 (c/n N.6087) used in Skoshi Tiger, later to South Vietnam.
				13320/13324 (c/n N.6089/N.6093) to Philippines in 1965
				13325 (c/n N.6097) to Taiwan as 1201.  To South Vietnam in 1972
				13326 (c/n N.6098) to Taiwan as 1202, then to Philippines in 1993.  On display at Philippines AF Museum at
					Villamor AB, Manila Jan 2010.
				13327 (c/n N.6096) to Taiwan as 1203.  To South Vietnam in 1972
				13328 (c/n N.6097 ??) to Taiwan as 1204
				13329 (c/n N.6098) to Taiwan as 1205.  To South Vietnam in 1972
				13330 (c/n N.6099) to Taiwan as 1206.  To South Vietnam in 1972
				13331 (c/n N.6100) to Taiwan as 1207.  To South Vietnam in 1972
				13332 (c/n N.6101) used in Skoshi Tiger.  Later to South Vietnam
				13333/13351 (c/n N.6102/N.6120) to Turkey in 1965
					13333 converted to F-5A-2000
					13334 w/o May 23, 1984
					13335 crashed at Silivri/Istanbul Apr 20, 1971
					13336 converted to F-5A-2000.  Crashed near Sereflikochisar
						Nov 12, 2007.  Pilot ejected but was injured.
					13338 w/o Mar 2, 1993
					13339 converted to F-5A-2000
					13340 w/o Sep 22, 1981
					13341 crashed at Bandirma after midair collision with another
						F-5A May 21, 1971
					13342 modified to RF-5A-20
					13343 w/o Oct 19, 1985
					13350 upgraded to F-5A-2000
					13351 w/o sometime in 1977
				13352 (c/n N.1621) to Greek AF as 13352.  W/o
				13353 (c/n N.1622) to Norway as 353 then to Greece as 13353.  Preserved at
						Thessaloniki War Museum, Greece.
				13354/13360 (c/n N.6123/N.6129) to Imperial Iranian AF.  IIAF serials 3-418/3-424.	
					13357 to South Vietnam in 1972
					13358 to South Vietnam in 1972
					13359 to South Vietnam in 1972				
				13361 (c/n N.6130) to Greek AF as 13361.  W/o Jul 23, 1974
				13362 (c/n N.6131) to Greek AF as 13362.  W/o Dec 16, 1976
				13363 (c/n N.6132) to Greek AF as 13363.  W/o Jun 16, 1970
				13364 (c/n N.6133) to Greek AF as 13364.  W/o Oct 3, 1970
				13365 (c/n N.6134) to Greek AF as 13365.  W/o Oct 3, 1970
				13366 (c/n N.6135) to Greek AF as 13366.  Preserved at Maleme, Crete, Greece
				13367 (c/n N.6136) to Greek AF as 13367.  Stored
				13368 (c/n N.7001) to Norwegian AF as 368.  To Turkey 8/12/1983 as 64-13368.
				13369 (c/n N.7002) to Norwegian AF as 369.  To Turkey 4/16/1983 as 64-13369.
				13370 (c/n N.7003) to Norwegian AF as 370.  Stored at Sola AB?  To Turkey Apr 16, 1985 as 64-13370
				13371 (c/n N.7004) to Norwegian AF as 371.  To Greek AF Aug 27, 1986 as 13371.
				13372 (c/n N.7005) to Norway.  Crashed 12/21/1977 Sjusjoen.
				13373 (c/n N.7006) to Norway.  To Turkey 4/16/1985.
				13374 (c/n N.7007) to Norwegian AF as 374.  To Turkey 6/16/1985 as 64-13374
				13375 (c/n N.7008) to Norwegian AF as 375.  To Turkey 2/27/1985 as 64-13375
				13376 (c/n N.7009) to Norwegian AF as 376.  To Greece 4/29/1986 as 13376.
64-13377/13388		Northrop F-5B-10-NO Freedom Fighter
				c/n N.8025, N.8016/8024,N.9001/9002.
				13377 (c/n N.8025) to Greek AF as 13377.  Crashed on landing at Salonica Jul 5, 1999 during
					touch and go.  Instructor killed.
				13378 (c/n N.8016) to Greek AF as 13378
				13379 (c/n N.8017) to Philippines AF as 13379
				13380 (c/n N.8018) to Philippines AF as 13380 in 1976
				13381/13382 (c/n N.8019, N.8020) to Taiwan
				13383 (c/n N.8021) to Turkish AF as 64-13383 in 1965.
					Upgraded to F-5B-2000
				13384 (c/n N.8022) to Turkish AF as 64-13384 in 1965.  W/o
				13385 (c/n N.8023) to Imperial Iranian AF as 13385. To South Vietnam in 1972.
				13386 (c/n N.8024) to Imperial Iranian AF as 13386.  To South Vietnam in 1972
				13387 (c/n N.9001) to Norway
				13388 (c/n N.9002) to Norway
64-13389/13408		Northrop F-5A/B Freedom Fighter - cancelled contract
64-13409/13428		Cessna T-37B
				13409 (c/n 40824) to AMARC as TE0205 Apr 23, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13410 (c/n 40825) to AMARC as TE0174 Jul 21, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13412 (c/n 40827) to AMARC as TE0212 May 28, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13413 (c/n 40828) to AMARC as TE0327 Aug 29, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13414 (c/n 40829) to AMARC as TE0340 Oct 17, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13417 (c/n 40832) to AMARC as TE0137 Jul 29, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13418 (c/n 40833) to AMARC as TE0104 Sep 21, 1995.  Seen in field behind Hill AFB Museum Aug 2011.
				13419 (c/n 40834) to AMARC as TE0308 Ma4 17, 2006
				13421 (c/n 40836) to AMARC as TE0219 Jul 22, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13422 (c/n 40837) to AMARC as TE0249 Dec 1, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13423 (c/n 40838) to AMARC as TE0314 May 19, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13424 (c/n 40839) to AMARC as TE0216 Jun 18, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13425 (c/n 40840) to AMARC as TE0355 Feb 27, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13426 (c/n 40841) to AMARC as TE0066 Jul 1, 1992.  To 355th Wing
					Davis Monthan AFB Mar 24, 1997.  To Yankee Fighter Museum, Chino, CA
				13427 (c/n 40842) to AMARC as TE0199 Mar 19, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13428 (c/n 40843) to AMARC as TE0163 May 12, 2003
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
64-13429		Cessna T-37C
				C/n 40844.  Sold to Chile
64-13430/13432		Cessna T-37C 
				C/n 40845/40847.  Sold to Turkey
				13431 crashed May 8, 1997, killing both crew
64-13433/13470		Cessna T-37B
				13433 (c/n 40848) to AMARC as TE0206 Apr 23, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13434 (c/n 40849) to AMARC as TE0180 Aug 20, 2003
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13435 (c/n 40850) to AMARC as TE0098 Sep 20, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13436 (c/n 40851) to AMARC as TE0342 Oct 24, 2006 .
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To Colombian AF with serial FAC2129
				13437 (c/n 40852)
				13438 (c/n 40853) to AMARC as TE0304 Feb 28, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13439 (c/n 40854) to AMARC as TE0311 Apr 14, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13440 (c/n 40855) to AMARC as TE0334 Oct 17, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Delivered to
					Colombian AF Oct 29, 2008 as FAC 2123
				13441 (c/n 40856) to AMARC as TE0391 Ju 12, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13442 (c/n 40857) to AMARC as TE0358 Feb 28, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13443 (c/n 40858) to AMARC as TE0359 Feb 28, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13444 (c/n 40859). Front fuselage noted Fall 2003 stored at Edwards AFB, CA
				13445 (c/n 40860) to AMARC as TE-438 May 1, 2008
				13446 (c/n 40861) to AMARC as TE0164 May 15, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13447 (c/n 40862) to AMARC as TE0325 Aug 17, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13448 (c/n TE0441 Jul 14, 2008
				13450 (c/n 40865) to AMARC as TE0194 Mar 2, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13451 to AMARC Apr 10, 2009
				13454 (c/n 40869) to AMARC Aug 18, 2008
				13456 (c/n 40871) to AMARC as TE0170 Jun 26, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13458 (c/n 40873) to AMARC as TE0080 Aug 14, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13464 (c/n 40879) to AMARC as TE0179 Aug 20, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				13465 (c/n 40880) to AMARC as TE0195 Mar 2, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				13468 (c/n 40883) to AMARC Apr 24, 2009.
64-13471/13491		cancelled contract for Cessna T-37B
64-13492/13901		Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquis
				c/n 4199/4608.
				13492/13495,13497,13498,13502,13504,13506,
				13507,13509/13511, 13513,13514,13517,13528,
				13533,13536,13538/13540,13544,13546,13553,
				13557,13558,13560/13562,13564,13565,13569,
				13572,13574,13577,13579/13581,13584/13586,
				13591/13593,13598,13601,13603,13605,13609,
				13611,13614,13617,13619,13621,13623,13624,
				13626,13628,13629,13632,13638,13639,13644,
				13646,13650,13652,13654,13656,13660,13666,
				13667,13669,13670,13672/13675,13678,13679,
				13682,13683,13685,13686,13688/13691,13694/13697,
				13699,13701,13709/13711,13713,13718,13721,13723,
				13729/13732,13736,13739,13740,13743,13745,
				13747,13750,13751,13753,13754,13759,13761,
				13765/13768,13770,13771,13773,13774,13777,
				13779,13783,13784,13786,13790,13791,13794,
				13796,13798,13801/13805,13807,13808,13810,
				13811,13813,13814,13816,13818/13820,13822,
				13823,13827,13840/13844,13849,13851,13852,
				13855,13856,13858,13859,13861,13864,13866,
				13868,13869,13872,13873,13875/13877,13879,
				13880,13882,13885,13887/13890,13892,13895/13901
				converted to UH-1H.
				13514,13586,13614,13624,13656,13873,13895
				converted to GUH-1H
				13492 (c/n 4199) noted at Quonset Air Museum, RI Sep 2002.
				13493 (c/n 4200) relegated to ground instructional airframe at Seattle
					Aeronautics Division Apr 20, 2004.  Registration N95AD reserved
					since Jan 10, 1994, but cancelled Sep 30, 2004 as 'destroyed'.
					N95AD registration restored Jan 21, 2008
				13494 (c/n 4201) on display at Ropkey Armor Museum, Crawfordsville, Indiana
				13497 (c/n 4204) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N497SD
				13513 (c/n 4220) seen at Nassau Tech, Farmingdale, NY.  Still there Jul 2003.
					Noted Sep 2006 at Empure State Aerosciences Museum, 
					Schenectady County AP, NY
				13536 (c/n 4243) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N23Y Mar 1995
				13540 (c/n 4247) at Ft. Rucker, Alabama
				13544 (c/n 4251) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0508 Oct 29, 1995.  Registered N7130B
					Sep 8, 2005.
				13553 (c/n 4260) converted to UH-1H. To civil registry as N812SB
				13555 (174th AHC, 14th AVN BN, 164th AVN group) crashed after engine failure in SVN Oct 19, 1967.  1 killed, 9 injured.
				13560 (c/n 4267) to civil registry as N72382, N214KK taken up Dec 2002
				13562 (c/n 4269) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N600SL
				13569 (c/n 4276) noted Oct 2003 preserved at Kansas ANG facility, Forbes 
					Field, Topeka, KS
				13571 (c/n 4278) crashed in dense fog near Yarmouth, MASS Jun 17, 1989.
				13572 (c/n 4279) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N8152Q
				13573 (c/n 4280) to Honduras AF as FAH 940.  W/o Dec 20,1991
				13574 (c/n 4281) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0529 Oct 2, 1995.
					To Mexico
				13584 to AMARC as XA0341
				13586 (c/n 4293) on civil registry as N64586.
				13587 (c/n 4294, 155th AHC) shot down by automatic weapons fire near Plei Dyereng, SVN Oct 30, 1966. 4 KIA.
				13591 to AMARC as XA0316 Sep 16, 1998
				13592 (c/n 4299) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0342 Sep 29, 1988
				13599 (c/n 4306, 155th AHC) on takeoff hit trees and crashed in SVN May 27, 1966. 7 KIA, 3 injured.
				13603 (c/n 4310) converted to UH-1J.  To AMARC as XA0481 Sep 25, 1995.  Registration N454AB reserved
					Nov 7, 2005, taken up Jan 23, 2006.  N454AB cancelled by FAA Jun 12, 2006
					on sale to owner in South Africa.  Registered Jul 27, 2006 to Leading
					Edge Aviation CC of Nelspruit as ZU-LEA
				13605 (c/n 4312) registered N721AS Sep 18, 2008
				13611 (c/n 4318) with 118th AHC in Vietnam.  Preserved Arroyo, Puerto Rico as 017598.
				13617 (c/n 4324) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N538 Mar 1995.  Registration N205PJ reserved
					Mar 5, 2004.  Registered N205PJ Apr 14, 2004.
				13619 (c/n 4326) registration N619WR reserved Aug 27, 2007, taken
					up Sep 3, 2008.  At Wings and Rotors Air Museum, Temecula/
					French Valley Airport.
				13621 to AMARC as XA0335
				13623 (c/n 4330) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0463 Sep 18, 1995.  Currently
					N641BV. N641BV cancelled Aug 27, 2008 on sale to owner in
					South Africa.  Registered Sep 15, 2008 to Leading Edge Aviation CC
					of Nelspruit as ZS-HCR
				13626 (c/n 4333) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0326 Sep 21, 1988
				13628 (c/n 4335) went to NASA as N417NA.
				13629 (c/n 4336) registored N405AS Sep 13, 2010 and to Yemen AF Jan 2011.
				13639 (c/n 4346) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0484 Sep 26, 1995.  Registration N614BV reserved
					Feb 16, 2006, taken up Apr 28, 2006.  Registered N405AS
					Oct 8, 2008
				13643 (c/n 4340) on display at Georgia Veterans State Park.  It served in Viet Nam with the 114th 
					AV COM as both a transport and medivac, from Viet Nam it went to Germany, in 1974 
					it was converted to UH1H.  They have it displayed as a D model and members from 
					the 114th AV Com have installed a memorial listing all servicemen from the 114th killed in Viet Nam
				13644 (c/n 4341) noted Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional airframe at Guthrie AHP, Fort Rucker, AL.
					Aircraft was seen Mar 8, 2005 at Yano Hall, Fort Rucker
				13645 (c/n 4352, 498th Med Co) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Mar 21, 1967. 2 KIA, 2 injured.
				13646 to AMARC as XA0371 Dec 24, 1998
				13649 (c/n 4356) to El Salvador AF as FAES 272
				13650 (c/n 4357) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0524 Oct 2, 1995.  Registered N7106S
					Sep 8, 2005.
				13654 to AMARC as XA0357 Oct 5, 1998
				13660 (c/n 4367) converted to UH-1H.  to AMARC as XA0394 May 5, 1995
				13661 (c/n 4368) to West German AF as KL-101, then 70+37
				13662 (c/n 4369) to West German AF as KL-102, then 70+38
				13666 (c/n 4373) became N601MP, later N19SP with New York State Police.
				13667 (c/n 4374) bears civil registration N7042N.  May be destined for Philippine AF.
				13670 (c/n 4377) is gate guard at Vietnam Memorial, Angel Fire, NM.
				13672 (c/n 4379) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0467 Sep 22, 1995.  Registration
					N64NH reserved Jan 3, 2006, taken up Feb 6, 2006
				13674 (c/n 4381) at Lexington, NE Transportation Museum
				13675 (c/n 4382) registration N361SB reserved Jul 1996, cancelled Nov 3, 2005 as NTU.
				13678 (c/n 4385) mounted on a post off-airpport at Minninocket, ME.
				13679 (c/n 4386) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N763W
				13682 (c/n 4389) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA-507 Oct 2, 1995.  Registration
					N379RZ reserved May 5, 2009, not taken up.  Registered N4082P Jun 4, 2009
				13686 (c/n 4393) registered N490AS Sep 18, 2008
				13688 (c/n 4395) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N1215F
				13689 (c/n 4396) to civil registry a N302HP then to N623PB.
				13691 (c/n 4398) became N382CJ Feb 1994.  Registration N382CJ 
					cancelled Jun 19,2008 as scrapped.
				13693 (c/n 4400) on display in 2012 at Georgia Veterans Park, Cordele, Georgia.
				13694 (c/n 4401) noted Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional aiframe at Guthrie AHP, Fort Rucker, AL.
					Aircraft was seen Mar 8, 2005 at Yano Hall, Fort Rucker.
				13695 (c/n 4402) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0397 May 8, 1995
				13697 (c/n 4404) currently N4396H, N205GF reserved Aug 16, 2004, taken up Dec 8, 2004.
				13698 (c/n 4405) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
				13699 (c/n 4406) with 118th AHC in Vietnam.  Converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N83NW
				13700 (c/n 4407) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
				13702 (c/n 4409) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
				13704 (c/n 4411) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
				13705 (c/n 4412) with 128th AHC in Vietnam
				13708 (c/n 4415) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
				13709 (c/n 4416) preserved Alexandria, Louisiana 
				13710 (c/n 4417) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N79NW
				13711 (c/n 4418) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N121PT
				13714 (c/n 4421) with 114th AHC in Vietnam
				13716 (c/n 4423) transfered to Philippine AF.  Crashed at Davao Intl APT Aug 14, 2001 after engine failure.
				13721 (c/n 4428) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0400 May 8, 1995
				13722 (c/n 4429, 118th AHC) the right cargo door came off on takeoff and hit the main rotor blades, the the 
					plane crashed and burned in South Vietnam Sep 3, 1967. 7 KIA.
				13723 (c/n 4430) became N8160V.  Registration cancelled by FAA Feb 10, 2009 as "destroyed"
				13724 (c/n 4431, 121st AHC) a soldier popped off an M-79 grenade round, which exploded in the helo and crashed 
					in SVN Jul 11, 1966. 4 crew and 9 soldiers KIA.
				13725 (c/n 4432) with 605 TC CO in Vietnam
				13726 (c/n 4433, 118th AHC) the tail boom was chopped by the main rotor blades and crashed in SVN Jan 17, 1967. 8 KIA.
				13727 (c/n 4434) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
				13730 (c/n 4437) registration N371SP reserved Jul 1996, cancelled Nov 3,2005 as NTU
				13731 (c/n 4438) on display at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.
				13732 (c/n 4439) with 118th AHC in Vietnam.  To Army National Guard
				13736 (c/n 4443) seen at Fort Mitchell, Alabama Oct 2009.
				13738 (c/n 4445, 335th AHC) crashed after midair collision with UH-1D 66-1159 near Bien Hoa, SVN May 1, 1967. 4 KIA.
				13739 (c/n 4446) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0530 Oct 2, 1995.  Registration N642NH
					reserved Sep 21, 2005, taken up Nov 7, 2005.
				13740 (c/n 4447) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0318 Sep 19, 1988.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				13747 (c/n 4454) registered N308AS Sep 18, 2008
				13750 (c/n 4457) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N124FC
				13751 to AMRC as XA0367 Nov 19, 1988
				13753 (c/n 4460) noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Hall, Fort Rucker, AL
				13768 (c/n 4475) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N43960.  Registration
					N43960 cancelled by FAA Apr 24, 2009 as "scrapped".  In 2010 was at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				13770 (c/n 4477) became N205DF April 1994
				13774 (c/n 4481) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N208BM.
					Registration N208BM cancelled Apr 8, 2007.  Returned to 
					military as 64-13774.  Registered N774HF Oct 21, 2008.
				13775 (c/n 4482) hit by ground fire and crashed in South Vietnam Nov 24, 1966
				13778 (c/n 4485) crashlanded in South Vietnam Jan 8, 1968 and SOC.
				13782 (c/n 4489) destroyed in crash landing in South Vietnam Nov 16, 1966
				13784 (c/n 4491) registered N2048K Feb 10, 2006, registration N4092P reserved
					Mar 6, 2007, taken up Jun 19, 2007.  Registration N4092P
					cancelled Apr 30, 2008 on sale to owner in South Africa, registered
					ZS-HBU Jul 17, 2008
				13785 (c/n 4492) hit by ground fire over South Vietham and crashed Jul 1, 1967
				13799 (c/n 4506, 68th AHC) crashed due a mine explosion in SVN Mar 19, 1967. 3 KIA.
				13802 (c/n 4509) to Peruvian AF as FAP-625
				13803 (c/n 4510) to Peruvian AF as FAP-626
				13804 (c/n 4511) to Peruvian AF as FAP-627
				13805 (c/n 4512) to Peruvian AF as FAP-628
				13806 (c/n 4513) to West German AF as KL-103, then 70+39.
				13808 (c/n 4515) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0531 Oct 3, 1995.  Registration N643NH
					reserved Sep 21, 2005, taken up Nov 7, 2005
				13810 (c/n 4517) became N945MF.  Cancelled Aug 1, 2004 as scrapped.
				13811 (c/n 4518) registered N410AS Sep 18, 2008
				13813 (c/n 4520) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0472 Sep 25, 1995.  Registered N614NH Nov 7, 2005
				13814 (c/n 4521) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0325 Sep 21, 1988
				13816 to AMARC as XA0348 Sep 30, 1988
				13819 (c/n 4526) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N911CE
				13820 (c/n 4527) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N80780
				13822 (c/n 4529) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N2290F
				13823 (c/n 4530) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N8230H
				13827 to AMARC as XA0336
				13841 (c/n 4548) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0539 Oct 3, 1995
				13842 (c/n 4549) to Peruvian AF as FAP-629
				13843 (c/n 4550) FMS to Panama.  To Peruvian AF as FAP-630
				13849 (c/n 4556) to Southeastern Equipment Company Services of Augusta, GA as N6385D
				13853 (c/n 4560, 162nd AHC) crashed into a rice paddy in SVN Jun 6, 1969. 4 crew injured, 7 OK.
				13855 (c/n 4562) to civilian registry as N9214B
				13858 (c/n 4565) registration N312CF reserved Apr 13, 2005.  Registration taken up Jul 7, 2005
				13859 (c/n 4566) noted Oct 16, 2004 at Estrella Warbirds Museum,
					Pasa Robles, CA
				13861 (c/n 4568) damaged by small arms fire Nov 15, 1966, SEA, repaired.   To civilian 
					registry as N205TA.  To ZK-HYG Apr 2001
				13864 (c/n 4571) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
					Articles Program but grounde Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N535SD Feb 8, 2008. 
				13865 (c/n 4572) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0459 Sep 15, 1995.  Registration N454BB reserved Nov 7, 2005,
					taken up Feb 2, 2006.  Registration N121TG May 29, 2007.
					Registered N2777W Jul 2, 2007.
				13876 (c/n 4583) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0407 May 15, 1995
				13877 (c/n 4584) with 118th AHC in Vietnam.  Converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0396 May 5, 1995.  Sold to
					Colombia in 1997.
				13878 (c/n 4585) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
				13880 (c/n 4587) to civil registry as N56CF Sep 1995.  Crashed Mar 25, 2001
				13881 to West German AF as KL-104, then 70+40
				13882 (c/n 4589) at Minnesota ANG Museum, Minneapolis-St Paul IAP.
				13895 (c/n 4602) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				13896 (c/n 4603) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0359 Oct 6, 1988.  In use combat arms firing range, Davis-
					Monthan AFB.
				13898 (c/n 4605) registeed N810AS Sep 18, 2008
64-13902/14100		Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois
				c/n 1026/1224
				13907 (c/n 1031) transferred to NASA
				13911 (c/n 1035) to MASDC as XA-235 Sep 27, 1976.  To Honduras AF in 1978
					as FAH905
				13914 (c/n 1038) noted 2002 at Miracle of America Museum and Pioneer Village, Polson, MT fitted 
					with boom from UH-1A 58-3019
				13919 (c/n 1043) to AMARC as HF0093 Sep 5, 1979 (ex XA0040) 
				13920 (c/n 1044) to AMARC as XA0082 Nov 19, 1975
				13921 (c/n 1045) stored at Illinois Aviation Museum, Plainfield, Illinois at Clow Airport Aug 2013.
				13922 (c/n 1046) to Venezuelan AF as 0947.
				13925 (c/n 1049) to MASDC as XA0078 Sep 14, 1975
				13926 (c/n 1050) to MASDC as XA0191 Jun 18, 1976
				13932 (c/n 1056, 129th AHC) shot down by automatic weapons fire in SVN Oct 7, 1966
				13933 (c/n 1057) to MASDC as XA0043 Sep 8, 1973.  To HF0095 Sep 5, 1979
				13939 (c/n 1063) to MASDC as XA0196 Jun 25, 1976
				13940 (c/n 1064) registered as N91259 seen at Georgia Southern Technical College, Americus, Georgia 20 November 2009
				13943 (c/n 1067) to MASDC as XA0236 Sep 27, 1976.  To 
					Honduras AF as FAH 924.  Dumped at Toncontin
				14946 (c/n 1070) to Venezuelan AF as 8519 and put on displa in Museo de la AMBV, Maracay, Venezuela
				13948 (c/n 1072) to MASDC as XA0231 Sep 21, 1976.  To N9044N in 1978
				13949 (c/n 1073) to civil registry as N99021
				13951 (c/n 1075, 116th AHC) shot down by ground fire in SVN Nov 28, 1966. 4 KIA.
				13957 (c/n 1081) to MASDC as XA0251 Apr 12, 1977.  To Singapore AF Sep 13, 1978
				13959 (c/n 1083, 129th AHC) crashed into a mountain in Vietnam Dec 2, 1969. 4 KIA.
				13960 (c/n 1084) redesignated GUH-1B
				13961 (c/n 1085) market 961/JT-3 in Norwegian AF markings mounted on pole at Rygge AB, Norway.
				13963 (c/n 1087) to Norwegian AF as 963, then became LN-ORW
					(LN-ORN and LN-10 were both originally reserved but neither
					was taken up).  Reported 2006 under rebuild using parts
					of HU-1B 61-0699.
				13966 (c/n 1090) registered JT-B, then 966 with Norwegian AF.  Now at "Forsavarets
					Flysamling" at Gardermoen near Oslo, Norway
				13970 (c/n 1094) to MASDC as XA0172 May 20, 1976.  To civil 
					registry as N87923, later N600MA
				13975 (c/n 1099) to MASDC as XA0240 Dec 2, 1976, to USAF
					registry Sep 5, 1979 as HF0138.
				13976 (c/n 1100) to MASDC as XA0241 Dec 1, 1976.  To USAF registry
					as HF0139 Sep 5, 1979.
				13979 (c/n 1103, 197th AHC) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Nov 9, 1965. 1 KIA, 3 injured.
				13980 (c/n 1104) registration ZS-RXX reserved Aug 25, 2004 but
					NTU.  Registered Mar 24, 2005 as ZU-RXX.  Was originally N37BA.
					Re-registered as ZS-RXX Apr 7, 2005 and seen as XS-RXX Apr 30, 2005.  Registration
					ZU-RXX reserved Jun 23, 2005.
				13982 (c/n 1106) to MASDC as XA0262 Jun 30, 1997.  To Singapore AF
					Sep 13, 1978
				13986 (c/n 1110) stored at Tara Field, GA Jan 2008
				13989 (c/n 1113) to MASDC as XA0019 Aug 8, 1973.
				13990 (c/n 1114) to Honduras as FAH 934.  Stored at Toncontin with Museo del Air de Honduras Nov 2007.
				14000 (c/n 1124) to civil registry as N65380.  then to EC-EOH, then CC-CIZ
				14001 (c/n 1125) noted Oct 2003 at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS.  Noted up
					for sale on Ebay.
				14003 (c/n 1127) to MASDC as XA0208 Jul 14, 1976.  To South Korea in 1977
				14005 (c/n 1129) at Patton Museum, Fort Knox, KY
				14006 (c/n 1130) to MASDC as XA0059 Dec 5, 1973.  To USAF inventory
					as HF0104 Sep 5, 1979.
				14010 (c/n 1134) to MASDC as XA0187 Jun 16, 1975.  FMS to South Korea Jun 9, 1977.
				14020 (c/n 1144) to MASDC as XA0072 Sep 14, 1975
				14022 (c/n 1146) to MASDC as XA0035 Aug 14, 1973.  To USAF inventory
					as HF0089 Sep 5, 1979
				14027 (c/n 1151) to MASDC as XA0242 Dec 2, 1976.  TO USAF inventory
					as HF0140 Apr 7, 1980
				14029 (c/n 1153) to MASDC as XA0129 Jan 23, 1976.  To USAF inventory
					as HF0120 Sep 5, 1979
				14033 (c/n 1157) to MASDC as XA0129 Jan 23, 1976.  To USAF inventory as HF0120 Sep 5, 1979
				14034 (c/n 1148, 20th ARA) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Dec 29, 1967. 4 KIA.
				14037 (c/n 1151, 20th ARA) crashed due engine failure after takeoff in SVN Jul 12, 1968. 3 KIA.
				14038 (c/n 1162) to Rocky Mountain Helicopters in 1980.  To Western Helicopters, Inc in 1981.
					Involved in accident while filming *Twilight Zone: The Movie*, killing actor Vic Morrow
					and two child actors Jul 23, 1982.  Detonation of debris-laden special effects 
					explosions too near the helicopter led to FOD damage and delamination of the rotors.
				14040 (c/n 1164) to MASDC as XA0198 Jun 25, 1976.  To South Korea Jun 13, 1977
				14043 (c/n 1167) crashed at Ban Me Thuot (Vietnam) Apr 15, 1969
				14046 (c/n 1170) to civil registry as N92376 with State of Georgia Dept of Transport.
				14047 (c/n 1171, 161st Avn) crashed after midair collision with UH-1C 65-9486 at Tuy Hoa, SVN Jun 27, 1966. 4 KIA.
				14049 (c/n 1173) registered N1022Q Nov 17, 2005
				14050 (c/n 1174) to MASDC as XA0107 Dec 15, 1975.  To Panama AF as FAP-113
					Jun 14, 1976
				14057 (c/n 1181) to MASDC as XA0137 Feb 12, 1976.  
				14065 (c/n 1189) under restoration at Whittier Aviation Museum, March Field, CA
				14073 (c/n 1197) to MASDC as XA0083 Nov 19, 1975.
				14074 (c/n 1198) to MASDC as XA0081 Oct 24, 1975.  To USAF registry
					as HF0112 Sep 5, 1979
				14075 (c/n 1199) to MASDC as XA0049 Sep 27, 1973.  To USAF registry
					as HF0099 Sep 5, 1979
				14076 (c/n 1200) to MASDC as XA0152 May 13, 1976.  To N845M
				14077 (c/n 1201) to MASDC as XA0218 Sep 10, 1976.  To Singapore AF Aug 7, 1978
				14079 (c/n 1203) to Norwegian AF as 079.  Noted Spring 2004 at Norwegian 
					Aviation Museum, Bodo, Norway 
				14081 (c/n 1205) to MASDC as XA0173 May 20, 1976.  To South Korea Apr 6, 1978
				14082 (c/n 1206) to JT-H, then O82.   (720th Skv) crashed in Norway Sep 18, 1987.
				14087 (c/n 1211) to MASDC as XA0193 Jun 18, 1975.  To South Korea AF Jun 10, 1977
				14088 (c/n 1212) crashed in heavy rain in Vietnam Sep 13, 1966.   Crew of 3 KIA.
				14090 (c/n 1214) to MASDC as XA0221 Sep 13, 1976.  Became N90632, then EC-EOX
				14091 (c/n 1215) to MASDC as XA0058 Nov 26, 1973
				14094 (c/n 1218) to MASDC as XA0175 May 28, 1976.  To USAF registry
					as HF0126 Sep 5, 1979.
				14096 (c/n 1220) to MASDC as XA0194 Jun 22, 1976.  To South Korea Jun 10, 1977
				14100 (c/n 1224) to MASDC as XA0079 Sep 14, 1975.  To Panama AF as FAP-115
					Jun 14, 1976
64-14101/14191		Bell UH-1C-BF Iroquois
				c/n 1225/1315.
				14101,14101,14107,14110,14111,14115/14119,
				14121,14123,14125,14127,14129,14131,14135,
				14135/14140,14142,14144,14145,14148,14150,
				14152,14154,14156,14157,14166,14175,14176,
				14179,14182,14185,14190 converted to UH-1M
				14135,14136,14140,14166 to QUH-1M
				14101 on pole in front of Helena, MT airport entrance
				14122 to civil registry as N3127G, displayed for several years on
					a plinth painted as US Navy UH-1P next to Wall South in Pensacola, FL.  Damaged
					in Hurricane Ivan Sep 15-16, 2004 when whole mounting was blown over.
				14130 crashed Feb 21, 1970 with 192nd AHC 15 nm NW of Phan Thiet, Republic of Vietnam.  All 5 aboard survived.
				14154 (c/n 1278) came from 92nd AHC to 118th AHC, to 162nd AHC
				14156 (c/n 1280) converted to UH-1M.  In Oct 1992 ws on display with Arizona Army NG at Papago AAF.
					In 2010 was inside Arizona Military Museum building, Phoenix, AZ
				14157 (c/n 1281). Noted early 2003 at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum, Madison, WI.
				14172 (c/n 1296, 281th AHC) hit by an explosive projectile and exploded in midair at bank of Buong river, 
					SVN May 8, 1968. 4 KIA.
				14187 (c/n 1311, 334th AHC) hit a power line and crashed in SVN Feb 16, 1967. 4 KIA, 1 injured.
64-14192/14201		Cancelled contract for Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois
64-14202/14207		Sikorsky YCH-54A Tarhe
				c/n 64.004/009.  US Army version of S-64 Skycrane
				14202 (c/n 64.004) crashed near Da Nang Airfield, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Aug 9, 1966.  Crashed after
					takeoff trying to avoid a CV-2 that was landing.  The sling load started to oscillate, causing the helicopter
					to become uncontrollable and helicopter crashed.  All crew survived with minor injuries, but helicopter was
					destroyed.
				14203 (c/n 64.005) in US Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA
				14204 (c/n 64.006) with 478th Aviation Company Heavy Helicopter crashed near An Khe, Gia Lai Province, South
					Vietnam Jan 5, 1966.  Sling gear got tangled in tail rotor and helicopter crashed.   All 5 crew killed.
				14205 (c/n 64.007) shot down by antiaircraft fire at landing zone in A Shau Valley, Thua Thien
					Province, South Vietnam Apr 19, 1968.   All 4 crew KIA.
				14206 (c/n 64.008) with 478th Aviation Company Heavy Helicopter crashed at a firebase in Quang Nam
					Province, South Vietnam Jul 6, 1967.  All crew survived and were rescued.
				14207 (c/n 64.009) washed out Jun 23, 1967 in South Vietnam due to accident at Red Beach Airfield, South Vietnam.
64-14208/14212		General Dynamics SLV-3A Atlas missiles
64-14213/14220		Kaman HH-43F Huskie
				c/n 210/217.  FMS for Iran
64-14221/14237		Sikorsky CH-3C			
				14221 (c/n 61.524) converted to CH-3E.  To Army as JCH-3E.  To Tunisian AF
				14222 (c/n 61.525) with 56th SOW, 21st SOS shot down by ground fire at Muang Phin Airport, Laos Oct 6, 1969.
					All aboard rescued.
				14223 (c/n 61.526) noted at Carson Helicopters, Perkaskie, PA.  In 2010 was on display outside Selfridge Military
					Air Museum, Mount Clemens, MI
				14224 (c/n 61.527) converted to CH-3E.  To MASDC as HH0011 May 21, 1975.  To Coast Guard.
					To MASDC as 440004 Aug 2, 1979.
				14225 (c/n 61.528) to AMARC
				14226 (c/n 61.529) converted to CH-3E.  Noted at Carson Helicopters, Perkaskie, PA.
				14227 (c/n 61.530) converted to CH-3E
				14228 (c/n 61.531) converted to CH-3E, then to GCH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0016 Jan 30, 1979.
					Seen in yard on west side of US 71/287, Sunset, TX
				14229 (c/n 61.532) converted to CH-3E.  Lost during a recovery due to double compressor stall.  Recovered by
					the Navy and believed scrapped on site.
				14230 (c/n 61.533) converted to CH-3C, later to HH-3E.
					To Army as JHH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0029 Mar 29, 1991.  Noted at Carson Helicopters, Perkaskie,
					PA with civil registration N4263F allocated but believed 
					never used.
				14231 (c/n 61.534) converted to HH-3E Jolly Green Giant.  (38th ARRS) crashed during landing in Vietnam Nov 29, 1966. 
					4 crew injured and rescued.
				14232 (c/n 61.535) converted to HH-3E.  On display at Kirtland AFB, NM. 
				14233 (c/n 61.536) converted to HH-3E Jolly Green Giant.  Shot down by ground fire over NVN and crashed 
					Jan 15, 1968. 4 crew rescued.
				14234 (c/n 61.537) converted to CH-3E.  Transferred to USCG.  To AMARC as
					44005 Feb 8, 1990.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				14235 (c/n 61.538) converted to CH-3E.  To MASDC as HH0012 May 21, 1975.  To US Coast Guard.  To MASDC as
					440003 Mar 3, 1979 
				14236 (c/n 61.539) converted to CH-3E.  (14th ARG, 20th SOS) lost power to rotor short of landing zone in 
					Laos and hit the ground hard Aug 23, 1967.  All crew survived and were rescued.
				14237 (c/n 61.540) converted to CH-3E. (56th SOW, 21st SOS) hit ground fire over Laos and landed hard 
					Feb 26, 1969.  Crew were rescued, but helicopter was destroyed by US aircraft to prevent capture.
64-14238/14273		Grumman OV-1B Mohawk 
				For U. S. Army.  Build numbers 66B/101B.  All converted to RV-1D except 14240/14242,
					14249,14251,14257,14264,14266
				14238 to MASDC as YA0034 Aug 28, 1972.  Must have been returned
					to service, (RV-1D) crashed Weisbaden AB, Germany Sep 8, 1984 after birdstrike
					shortly after takeoff.  Both crew ejected safely, aircraft burned out.
				14239 (RV-1D) used as range target, Pil Sung, Korea
				14240 crashed Thua Thien, Vietnam Mar 4, 1976
				14241 crashed in Vietnam Jun 27, 1970.
				14242 (crashed in Vietnam Oct 19, 1969. 
				14243 (RV-1D) was used by the US Environmental Protection
					Agency.  Transferred to the US Navy Test Pilot School
					ca 1974 for use by the Army element there.
					Now on static display at Kenosha Military Museum, WI
				14244 to N637NA with NASA, later converted to RV-1D. 
					Scrapped at Avcrad, MS Mar 1992
				14245 to MASDC as YA0015 Jun 23, 1972.  Returned to service, (RV-1D) scrapped in Korea Aug 1991.
				14246 (RV-1D) with Kentucky Aviation Museum.  Reservation N2405Q reserved.
				14247 (RV-1D) on static display restored as OV-1B at Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA.  
				14248 (RV-1D)
				14249 to MASDC as YA0009 May 25, 1972.  Used as range target, Peterson AFB, CO.
				14250 to MASDC as YA0038 Oct 2, 1972.  Returned to service, (RV-1D) scrapped in Korea Jul 1991.
				14251 to MASDC as YA0066 Aug 7, 1973.  Scrapped at Tucson, AZ Jun 12, 1999.
				14252 to MASDC as YA0008 May 1, 1972.  Returnet to service, (RV-1D) on static display at Camp Shelby, MS.
				14253 (RV-1D) crashed in Korea Dec 10, 1984.
				14254 (RV-1D) Stuttgart, Germany Mar 7, 1979.
				14255 (RV-1D) used as range target Townsend, GA.
				14256 to MASDC as YA0033 Aug 28, 1972.  Returned to service, (RV-1D) scrapped in Korea May 1996.
				14257 shot down by ground fire at Vung Tau, Vietnam Mar 29, 1968.  Observer ejected safely and recovered, 
					pilot fate unknown.
				14258 (RV-1D) for restoration at Lantana, FL
				14259 (RV-1D) as range target Townsent, GA.
				14260 to MASDC as YA0029 Aug 17, 1972, returned to service.  (RV-1D) as range target, Pil Sung, Korea
				14261 to MASDC as YA0024 Aug 7 1972.  Returned to service,(RV-1D) as range target Townsend, GA
				14262 (RV-1D) flying with American Wings Air Museum, MN as N134RV
				14263 (RV-1D) scrapped in Korea Feb 1995
				14264 (RV-1D) crashed in Vietnam Oct 26, 1968
				14265 (c/n 938, RV-1D) parts reportedly used in restoration of 68-16998(16994?).  Remainder
					presumably scrapped.
				14266 crashed in Vietnam Sep 28, 1966.
				14267 (RV-1D) used as range target, Townsend, GA
				14268 to MASDC as YA0030 Aug 17, 1972, returned to service.  (RV-1D) scrapped Oct 1989 Stuart, FL
				14269 (RV-1D) used as range target Pil Sung, Korea
				14270 (RV-1D) used as range target Townsend, GA
				14271 (RV-1D) crashed Osan, Korea Dec 1994.
				14272 (RV-1D) crashed in Germany Oct 29, 1979
				14273 (RV-1D) shot down in Kuwait Feb 28, 1991 during medevac mission.
64-14274/14277		cancelled contract for Grumman OV-1B Mohawk
64-14278/14827		Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike missiles
64-14828/14840		Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
				c/n 18768/18780.
				14828 (c/n 18768) converted to KC-135R
				14829 (c/n 18769) converted to KC-135R
				14830 (c/n 18770) converted to KC-135R.  Converted to RC-135V/W (c/n RJ20) Rivet Joint airborne
					signals intelligence aircraft. Will be sold to RAF as ZZ666 in 2011.
				14831 (c/n 18771) converted to KC-135R
				14832 (c/n 18772) converted to KC-135R
				14833 (c/n 18773) converted to KC-135R.  Converted to RC-135V/W (c/n RJ18) Rivet Joint airborne
					signals intelligence aircraft.  Named "Beck Row, Mildenhall" with 100th ARW in May 1993.
					Sold to RAF as ZZ664 in 2011. 
				14834 (c/n 18774) converted to KC-135R
				14835 (c/n 18775) converted to KC-135R.  In 2013 was attached to 912nd ARS, 452nd AMW, March AFB.
				14836 (c/n 18776) converted to KC-135R
				14837 (c/n 18777) converted to KC-135R.
				14838 (c/n 18778) converted to KC-135R. Converted to RC-135V/W (c/n RJ19) Rivet Joint airborne
					signals intelligence aircraft. Will be sold to RAF as ZZ665 in 2011.
				14839 (c/n 18779) named "Maid of the Mist"  with 136th ARS in New York ANG in 1996.
				14840 last KC-135 for SAC, delivered to 380th ARS at Plattsburg AFB, NY
					Jan 12, 1965
64-14841/14849		Boeing RC-135B Stratotanker
				c/n 18781/18789.  All converted to RC-135C.
				14841 converted to RC-135V *Rivet Joint* electronic intelligence aircraft
				14842 converted to RC-135V *Rivet Joint* electronic intelligence aircraft
				14843 converted to RC-135V *Rivet Joint* electronic intelligence aircraft
				14844 converted to RC-135V *Rivet Joint* electronic intelligence aircraft
				14845 converted to RC-135V *Rivet Joint* electronic intelligence aircraft
				14846 converted to RC-135V *Rivet Joint* electronic intelligence aircraft
				14847 converted to RC-135U *Combat Sent* intelligence aircraft.
				14848 converted to RC-135V *Rivet Joint* electronic intelligence aircraft
				14849 converted to RC-135U *Combat Sent* intelligence aircraft.
64-14850/14851		Hiller H-23F Raven
				sold to Uruguay as 026/027
				14850 (c/n 2297) to Uruguayan AF as H-026 and then to CX-BNR
64-14852/14866		Lockheed HC-130H-LM Hercules
				14852 (c/n 382-4036) converted to HC-130P
				14853 (c/n 382-4037) converted to HC-130P.  Seen as JHC-130H at 1965 Paris Air show
				14854 (c/n 382-4038) converted to HC-130P, later NC-130H, WC-130H, C-130H
				14855 (c/n 382-4055) converted to HC-130P, later NC-130H
				14856 (c/n 382-4072) converted to HC-130P, later NC-130H.  Ditched in Pacific Ocean off 
					Cape Mendocino, CA Nov 22, 1996.  10 of 11 aboard killed.
				14857 (c/n 382-4073) converted to NC-130H, reverted to HC-130H.  To AMARC as CF0177 Sep 18, 1995.  To Hill
					ALC Sept 196 to be modified to C-130H for Jordanian AF as 348.  Delivered to Jordan Feb 1997.
					Lost in crash in Jordan Jul 2000
				14858 (c/n 382-4081) converted to HC-130P, later JC-130H.  To MC-130P.  To AMARC Aug 30, 2012.
				14859 (c/n 382-4082) converted to EC-130H, later converted to C-130H.  To AMARC Aug 19, 2010
				14860 (c/n 382-4084) converted to HC-130P.  With 23rd WG at Moody
				14861 (c/n 382-4088) converted to WC-130H 
				14862 (c/n 382-4089) converted to EC-130H
				14863 (c/n 382-4094) converted to HC-130P
				14864 (c/n 382-4097) converted to HC-130P.  With 39th RQS, 920th RQW, Patrick AFB, Florida
				14865 (c/n 382-4098) converted to HC-130P
				14866 (c/n 382-4099) converted to WC-130H.  Flying with 53rd WRS at Keesler in 2005.  In 2006
					was assigned to 125th FW of Florida ANG at Jacksonville IAP.
64-14867/14869		Cessna U-17A
				Model 185 for FMS.  C/n 185-00647/00649.
64-14870/15049		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee
64-15050/15089		Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike missiles
64-15090/15093		cancelled contract for Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
64-15094/15096		Lockheed C-130H-105-LM Hercules 
				sold to New Zealand as NZ7001/NZ7003
				15094 (c/n 382-4052) to RNZAF as NZ7001 Mar 24, 1965, radio call sign ZM-ZVA.  Much of the flight testing for the H
					model was carried out on this aircraft by Lockheed, since it was tht first H to be flown.
				15095 (c/n 382-4053) to RNZAF as NZ7002 Apr 8, 1965, radio call sign ZM-ZVB
				15096 (c/n 382-4054) to RNZAF as NZ7003 Apr 8, 1965, radio call sign ZM-ZVD
64-15097/15103		Kaman HH-43F Huskie
				for FMS.  I don't know the c/ns
				15099 preserved at Tehran-Mehrabad Museum, Iran in 2004
64-15104/15106		Lockheed TF-104G Starfighter 
				c/n 583D-5786/5788
				for Belgium under MSP (FC01/FC03)
				15104 (583D-5786) to Belgian AF as FC01 Dec 11, 1964.  Stored Koksijde Aug 17 1982.
					Sold to Radcomm Enterprise Jan 1987.   Later to Taiwan via USA Oct 1990
				15105 (583D-5787) to Belgian AF as FC02 Jan 18, 1965.  Stored Koksijde Feb 14. 1983. 
					Sold to Radcomm Enterprise Jan 1987.  Later to Taiwan via USA Oct 1990.
				15106 (583D-5788) to Belgian AF as FC03 Feb 23, 1965.  Stored Koksijde Oct 30 1982.  
					Sold to Radcomm Enterprise Jan 1987.  Later to Taiwan via USA Oct 1990
64-15107		Hughes XV-9A
64-15108/15317		Hiller OH-23G Raven
				15109 (c/n 1618) to civil registry as N34SD
				15110 to MASDC as XG087 Nov 23, 1971.  To civil registry as N2RU
				15113 to civil registry as N8481C
				15114 (c/n 1623) to civil registry as N67139
				15115 to MASDC as XG048 Oct 20, 1971.  To civil registry as N6ZH
				15117 to MASDC as XG414 Jul 23, 1973.  To civil registry as N909BC
				15120 to MASDC as XG061 Nov 3, 1971.  To civil registry as N99242
				15121 to MASDC as XG117 Dec 22, 1971
				15130 to MASDC as XG169 Mar 6, 1972.  To civil registry as N9278Z
				15140 to MASDC as XG121 to MASDC as Dec 29, 1971
				15144 to MASDC as XG112 Dec 17, 1971.
				15160 to MASDC as XG054 Oct 27, 1971
				15176 to MASDC as XG090 Nov 24, 1971
				15179 to MASDC as XG091 Nov 24, 1971
				15185 to MASDC as XG050 Oct 20, 1971.  To civil registry as N67106.  Seen at Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage, CA Oct 2007
				15187 to MASDC as XG102 Dec 14, 1971
				15188 to MASDC as XG408 May 8, 1973.  To civil registry as N64861
				15190 to MASDC as XG261 Jul 27, 1972.  To civil registry as N48167
				15193 to MASDC as XG131 Jan 18, 1972.  To civil registry as N20MQ
				15195 to MASDC as XG419 Aug 15, 1973.  To civil registry 
				15196 to MASDC as XG103 Dec 14, 1971.
				15202 to MASDC as XG171 Mar 6, 1972.  To civil registry as N67116
				15207 to MASDC as XG083 Nov 23, 1971.  To civil registry as N67159
				15213 to MASDC as XG151 Feb 9, 1972.  To civil registry as N56048
				15214 to MASDC as XG194 Mar 17, 1972.  To civil registry as N120NR
				15217 to MASDC as XG198 Apr 1, 1972.  To civil registry as N2VU
				15220 to MASDC as XG142 Jan 20, 1972.  To civil registry as N87594
				15221 to MASDC as XG159 Feb 23, 1972.
				15222 to MASDC as XG196 Mar 17, 1972.  To civil registry as N62421
				15224 to MASDC as XG153 Feb 17, 1972.  To civil registry as N99579
				15226 to MASDC as XG199 Apr 4, 1972.  To civil registry as N3324F
				15232 to MASDC as XG154 Feb 17, 1972.  To civil registry as N68024
				15243 to MASDC as XG072 Nov 13, 1971.  To civil registry as N87893
				15245 (c/n 1754) reported Dec 4, 2007 preserved at Wheeler AAF,
					Wahiawa, HI
				15248 to MASDC as XG049 Oct 20, 1971.  To civil registry as N87600
				15252 to MASDC as XG148 Jan 21, 1972
				15273 (c/n 1782)  became N14634, then N631JA.  Registered to North Delta Copters
					Ltd of Delta, BC as C-FEQN.
				15277 to MASDC as XG133 Jan 19, 1972
				15279 to MASDC as XG123 Dec 29, 1971
				15283 to MASDC as XG415 Jul 21, 1973.  To civil registry as N31338
				15286 to MASDC as XG416 Jul 21, 1973.  To civil registry as N9245Z
				15311 to MASDC as XG111 Dec 17, 1971
64-15318/15432		Bell OH-13S-BF Sioux
				C/n 3186/3300
				15318 (c/n 3186) to civil registry as N602PD
				15319 (c/n 3187) C Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division lost from unknown cause in
					South Vietnam Jan 18, 1968.
				15320 (c/n 3188) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 1st Brigade 1st Cavalry Division crashed and burned after
					tail rotor got caught in brush in South Vietnam Mar 20, 1967.  Crew injured and were rescued.
				15321 (c/n 3189) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division crashed inverted during heavy rain
					in landing zone in South Vietnam Jan 9, 1967.  Both crew survived.
				15324 (c/n 3192) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division shot down by small arms fire
					in South Vietnam Nov 24, 1966.  Crew injured and were rescued.
				15325 (c/n 3193) C Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division crashed and rolled over on its side after 
					a searchlight blinded the pilot in South Vietnam Jan 19, 1967.  Crew were rescued.
				15326 (c/n 3194, 1st Cav) crashed in SVN May 12, 1968. 2 KIA
				15327 (c/n 3195) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division lost from unknown cause in
					South Vietnam Jan 9, 1967.
				15328 (c/n 3196) crashed on landing in South Vietnam due to loss of power Oct 5, 1967.  Pilot survive, helicopter
					DBR.
				15329 (c/n 3197) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division crashed on takeoff at An Khe,
					South Vietnam Mar 24, 1967.  Pilot injured and survived, helicopter was destroyed.
				15330 (c/n 3198) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division crashed after observer threw a
					grenade and pilot pulled in excessive collictive pitch and lost RPM and hit ground and rolled over in
					South Vietnam Jun 26, 1968.  Crew uninjured, helicopter DBR.
				15331 (c/n 3199) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 2nd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division  hit by small arms fire
					and made forced landing in South Vietnam Mar 7, 1968.  Pilot rescued, helicopter destroyed.
				15332 (c/n 3200) 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Maintenance) crashed on takeoff when tail rotor struck
					a tree Phu Loi, South Vietnam Mar 17, 1967.  Crew survived, helicopter DBR.
				15333 (c/n 3201) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division shot down by automatic weapons
					fire and crashed in South Vietnam Jan 20, 1967.  Pilot rescued, helicopter destroyed.
				15334 (c/n 3202) C Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division landed hard after tail rotor
					failed in South Vietnam Aug 22, 1967.  Crew survived, helicopter DBR.
				15335 (c/n 3203) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 3rd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division shot down by small arms
					fire in South Vietnam Sep 19, 1967.  Crew rescued, helicopter destroyed.
				15336 (c/n 3204) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 1st Brigade 1st Cavalry Division crashed while hovering near
					a slope in South Vietnam Apr 1, 1967.  Pilot injured, helicopter destroyed.
				15337 (c/n 3205) 355th Aviation Company 52nd Aviation Battalion 17th Aviation Group hit by automatic weapons fire
					and made forced landing in South Vietnam Jun 30, 1968.  Pilot rescued, helicopter destroyed by enemy forces.
				15338 (c/n 3206) at Leatherneck Museum, MCAS Miramar, CA painted up as 142394.
				15339 (c/n 3207) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 3rd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division crashed and burned due to
					pilot error in South Vietnam Jan 18, 1968.  Pilot survived, helicopter destroyed.
				15340 (c/n 3208) child threw an object into tail rotor during ground warm up in South Vietnam Dec 7, 1967.
					Helicopter DBR.
				15341 (c/n 3209) to civil registry as XW-PFG, later N47000 used by Air America
				15342 (c/n 3210) to MASDC as XF492 May 1,1973.  To civil registry as XW-PFH, later N47001 used by Air America
				15343 (c/n 3211) to civil registry as XW-PJF, later N47004 used by Air America
				15345 (c/n 3213) as 5345 served with Royal Thai Army and preserved at Bang Khean Army Base in Jul 2012.
				15346 (c/n 3214) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division shot down by automatic weapons
					fire in South Vietnam Oct 21, 1967.  Crew rescued, helicopter destroyed.
				15347 (c/n 3215) lost from accident of unknown cause in South Vietnam Feb 28, 1966.  Crew survived but helicopter DBR.
				15349 (c/n 3217)  Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division while hovering a grenade exploded and
					helicopter crashed in burned in South Vietnam Aug 18, 1967.  Pilot survived, helicopter destroyed.
				15350 (c/n 3218) 355th Aviation Company 52nd Aviation Battalion 17th Aviation Group hit by ground fire and made
					emergency landing in South Vietnam Jun 30, 1968.  Pilot survived, helicopter destroyed.
				15351 (c/n 3219) to civil registry as N62520
				15355 (c/n 3223) to MASDC as XF333 Jan 1, 1973.  To civil registry as N48147
				15358 (c/n 3226) to MASDC as XF164 Jun 16, 1972.  To civil 
					registry as N102VB
				15359 (c/n 3227) lost in accident when object became attached to rear right skid, helicopter struck canted and
					main rotor hit the ground in South Vietnam.  Helicopter DBR.
				15360 (c/n 3228) 610th Transportation Company (Aircraft Maintenance) turned over to 610th for maintenance and
					determined to be beyond repair and washed out Feb 15, 1968.
				15361 (c/n 3229) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 3rd Birgade 1st Infantry Division crashed and burned due to
					mechanical failure Lai Khe Village, Binh Duong Province, South Vietnam Feb 26, 1968.  Pilot injured and
					survived, helicopter destroyed.
				15362 (c/n 3230) lost from accident of unknown cause in South Vietnam Nov 15, 1965.
				15363 (c/n 3231) to MASDC as XF165 Jun 18, 1972.  To to civil registry as N48077
				15365 (c/n 3233) crashed after main rotor blade hit a tree in South Vietnam Nov 22, 1967.  Pilot uninjured, helicopter
					DBR.
				15366 (c/n 3234) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division shot down by small arms fire in
					South Vietnam Jun 4, 1967.  Pilot uninjured, helicopter DBR.
				15367 (c/n 3235) crashed from unknown cause in South Vietnam Apr 26, 1968.  Pilot survived, helicopter destroyed.
				15368 (c/n 3236) crashed from unknown cause in South Vietnam Nov 13, 1966.  Pilot survived, helicopter destroyed.
				15372 (c/n 3240) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division shot down by automatic weapons
					fire in South Vietnam Jul 24, 1967.  Pilot rescued, helicopter destroyed.
				15374 (c/n 3242) to MASDC as XF290 Nov 30, 1972.  To civil registry as N48236
				15375 (c/n 3243) to MASDC as XF243 Sep 30, 1972.  to civil registry as N48104
				15376 (c/n 3244) to civil registry as N52HB
				15377 (c/n 3245) to civil registry as N603PD
				15378 (c/n 3246) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 1st Brigade 1st Cavalry Division hit by ground fire and
					made emergency landing in South Vietnam, then took off and was able to return to base.  Helicopter DBR.
				15379 (c/n 3247) Headquarters & Headquarters Battery Division Artillery 1st Infantry Division shot down by small
					arms fire iBinh Duong Province, South Vietnam Jun 25, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
				15381 (c/n 3249) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Feb 3, 1968. 1 KIA.
				15382 (c/n 3250) 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Maintenance) hit by small arms fire and made forced
					landing in South Vietnam May 18, 1967.  Pilot and passenger rescued, helicopter destroyed by US
					forces to prevent capture.
				15383 (c/n 3251) 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Maintenance) hit by small arms fire and made a forced
					landing in South Vietnam Mar 31, 1967.  Pilot wounded and was rescued, helicopter destroyed by enemy forces.
				15384 (c/n 3252) to MASDC as XV166 Jun 18, 1972.  To civil registry as N48105
				15386 (c/n 3254) ran out of fuel 1/2 mile from refueling point and helicopter went to autorotation and landed in
					a rice paddy in South Vietnam Oct 29, 1967.  Pilot uninjured, helicopter DBR.
				15387 (c/n 3255) lost power and hit the water and sank in South Vietnam Nov 21, 1967.  Pilot survived, helicopter
					DBR.
				15389 (c/n 3257) to civil registry as N53HB
				15391 (c/n 3259) E Battery 82nd Artillery 1st Cavalry Division lost from addicent of unknown cause in South
					Vietnam.  Pilot survived uninjured, helicopter was not recovered.
				15392 (c/n 3260) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division hit by automatic weapons fire in
					the cockpit and crashed in South Vietnam Mar 12, 1967.  Pilot was injured and was rescued, helicopter destroyed.
				15393 (c/n 3261) on display below deck in Hangar Bay aboard USS Intr5epid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York, NY.
				15394 (c/n 3262) C Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division main rotor hit tree and helicopter
					rolled over on the side in South Vietnam Jul 27, 1967.  Pilot uninjured, helicoptor DBR.
				15396 (c/n 3264) 610th Transportation Company (Aircraft Maintenance) shot down by small arms fire in South
					Vietnam May 8, 1968.  Crew rescued, helicopter destroyed.
				15397 (c/n 3265) 355th Aviation Company 52nd Aviation Battalion 17th Aviation Group crashed due to mechanica
					failure in South Vietnam Apr 4, 1968.  Pilot and passenger injured and survived, helicopter DBR.
				15398 (c/n 3266) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 2nd Brigade 1st Infantry Division crashed after tail rotor
					hit an object, causing pilot to lose control and hit the ground in South Vietnam May 14, 1968.  
					Pilot uninjured, helicopter DBR.
				15399 (c/n 3267) to civil registry as N1509L
				15401 (c/n 3269) B Company 1st Aviation Battalion 1st Infantry Division pilot became disoriented and lost control,
					causing blades to hit the revetment and helicopter hit the ground Lai Kae, South Vietnam Sep 2, 1967.
					Pilot survived, helicopter DBR.
				15402 (c/n 3270) wind gust blew overloaded helicopter over in South Vietnam Sep 6, 1966.  Pilot and passenger
					injured, helicopter DBR.
				15404 (c/n 3272) 355th Aviation Company 52nd Aviation Battalion 17th Aviation Group crashed and burned in South
					Vietnam when rotor hit a slope Mar 19, 1968.   Pilot and passenger injured, helicopter destroyed.
				15406 (c/n 3274) 610th Transportation Company (Aircraft Maintenance) hit by RPG in the engine and crashed in
					South Vietnam May 13, 1968.  Pilot survived, helicopter destroyed.
				15408 (c/n 3276) lost from accident in South Vietnam during landing as blowing dust obscured the landing area
					causing pilot to touch down on a slope, causing helicopter to roll over on its right side and burn in
					South Vietnam Nov 25, 1967.  Pilot survived uninjured, helicopter destroyed by fire.
				15409 (c/n 3277) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division hit obstacle on ground and landed
					hard at Bien Hoa Air Base, South Vietnam Jan 7, 1967.  Pilot and passenger injured, helicopter DBR.
				15410 (c/n 3278) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division hit by small arms fire and
					crashed in South Vietnam May 13, 1967.  Pilot and observer injured and survived, helicopter destroyed.
				15411 (c/n 3279) Headquarters & Headquarters Battery 6th Battalion 14th Artillery 52nd Artillery Group I Field Force 
					crashed and burned due to engine failure Pleiku, South Vietnam Jun 20, 1968.  Both crew killed.
				15413 (c/n 3281) crashed in South Vietnam when lost power and fell to the ground and fuel tank exploded Sep 21, 1967.
					Crew uninjured, helicopter destroyed.
				15416 (c/n 3284) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 173rd Airborne Brigade crashed ater hitting high tension power
					lines at Hightway 15 at Long Binh, South Vietnam Oct 12, 1966.  Both crew killed.
				15417 (c/n 3285) C Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division crashed while landing in Quang Tri
					Province, South Vietnam.  Main rotor hit the ground and pitched forward and somersaulted on its back.  Crew
					survived by two soldiers on the ground were killed and 6 injured as helicopter parts hit them.
				15418 (c/n 3286) on civilian registry as VH-JRF and VH-AEO
				15420 (c/n 3288) to civil registry as N90SU
				15421 (c/n 3289) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 173rd Airborne Brigade nost from accident of unknown cause
					in South Vietnam.  Pilot and passenger injured and survived, helicoper DBR.
				15422 (c/n 3290) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 2nd Brigade 1st Infantry Division became hard to control and
					crashed and burned Binh Duong Province, South Vietnam.  Pilot and passenger killed.
				15423 (c/n 3291) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 173rd Airborne Brigade hit by automatic weapons fire and
					crashed inverted near top of Mang Yang Pass, Kontum Province, South Vietnam Mar 4, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
				15424 (c/n 3292) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 3rd Brigade 1st Cavalry Division hit by automatic weapons
					fire and made forced landing in South Vietnam Dec 22, 1967.  Pilot wounded and rescued, helicopter destroyed.
				15426 (c/n 3294) to civil registry as TF-MUN
				15428 (c/n 3296) A Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division langed hard due to mechanical
					failure in South Vietnam Dec 24, 1967.  Crew survived, helicopter DBR.
				15431 (c/n 3299) B Troop 1st Squadron 9th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division lost from accident due to mechanical
					failure in South Vietnam Sep 27, 1967.  Pilot uninjured, helicopter DBR.
				15432 (c/n 3300) Headquarters & Headquarters Company 1st Brigade 1st Cavalry Division hit by automatic weapons
					fire and crashed and burned in South Vietnam Jan 4, 1968.  Pilot uninjured and rescued, helicopter destroyed.
64-15433/15459		Cessna U-17A
				Model 185 for FMS
				15433 c/n 185-00717
				15434 c/n 185-00718
				15435 c/n 185-00719
				15436 c/n 185-00721
				15437 c/n 185-00722
				15438 c/n 185-00724
				15439 c/n 185-00725
				15440 c/n 185-00726
				15441 c/n 185-00728
				15442 c/n 185-00730
				15443 c/n 185-00732
				15444 c/n 185-00734
				15445 c/n 185-00736
				15446 c/n 185-00738
				15447 c/n 185-00740
				15448 c/n 185-00741
				15449 c/n 185-00743
				15450 c/n 185-00744
				15451 c/n 185-00746
				15452 c/n 185-00748
				15453 c/n 185-00759
				15454 c/n 185-00761
				15455 c/n 185-00763
				15456 c/n 185-00764
				15457 c/n 185-00765
				15458 c/n 185-00766
				15459 c/n 185-00767
64-15460/15461		cancelled contract for Cessna U-17A
64-15462		de Havilland of Canada U-6A Beaver
				for FMS
64-15463/15475		Boeing LGM-30B Minuteman missiles
64-15476/15501		Bell UH-1F-BF Iroquois
				c/n 7026/7051.
				15467,15486,15493 converted to UH-1P
				15476 (c/n 7026, UH-1P) noted Jul 2005 at USAF Museum, OH.
				15477 (c/n 7027) to MASDC as HF0038 Jun 1, 1974.  To civil registry as N32284
				15479 (c/n 7029) to MASDC as HF0077 Mar 15, 1979.  To US Navy.  To
					7H0084.  Sold as N91471
				15480 (c/n 7030) to MASDC as HF0019 Sep 26, 1973. 
					Noted at March Field Air Museum, painted as 63-13143.
				15481 (c/n 7031) to MASDC as HF0057 Nov 6, 1974.  To civil registry as N64709
				15482 (c/n 7032) to MASDC as HF0049 Sep 23, 1974
				15483 (c/n 7033) to MASDC as HF0047 Sep 6, 1974
				15484 (c/n 7034, UH-1P, 14th SOW) near the SVN/Cambodian border, the
					helicopter turned to avoid a midair collision with a VNAF
					CH-34, hit trees, and exploded Sep 25, 1970.  2 killed, one injured.
				15485 (c/n 7035) to MASDC as HF0026 Nov 21, 1973
				15486 (c/n 7036) to MASDC as HF0045 Sep 9, 1974.  Registered N3181F Mar 3, 1995
				15487 (c/n 7037) to MASDC as HF0055 Oct 25, 1974.  To civil registry as N58158
				15488 (c/n 7038) to MASDC as HF0027 Nov 28, 1973.  To civil registry as N45774
				15489 (c/n 7039) to MASDC as HF0058 Nov 6, 1974.  To civil registry as N487DF
				15490 (c/n 7040) to MASDC as HF0028 Nov 28, 1973.
				15491 (c/n 7041, 14th SOW, 20th SOS) hit by ground fire, hit trees, and
					crashed in Duc Lap, Quang Doc, South Vietnam Mar 14, 1970.  Crew rescued.
				15492 (c/n 7042, 14th SOW) crashed and burned Feb 13, 1969
				15493 (c/n 7043) converted to UH-1P.  At Hurlburt Field, FL
					Sep 12, 2003.
				15494 (c/n 7044) to MASDC as HF0039 Jun 6, 1974.
				15496 (c/n 7046) to MASDC as HF0059 Nov 6, 1974
				15497 (c/n 7047) to MASDC as HF0030 Nov 30, 1973.  To civil registry as N45776
				15498 (c/n 7048) to MASDC as HF0063 Dec 9, 1974
				15499 (c/n 7049) to MASDC as HF0050 Sep 25, 1974.  Returned to service
				15500 (c/n 7050) to MASDC as HF0051.  To XA0270.
				15501 (c/n 7051) to MASDC as HF0024 Nov 20, 1973.  To civil registry as N24684
64-15502/15542		Boeing LGM-30F Minuteman missiles
64-15543/17542		Martin AGM-12 Bullpup missiles
64-17543/17556		Boeing LGM-30B Minuteman missiles
64-17557/17559		Kaman HH-43B Huskie
				17557 what is the C/n?
				17558 (c/n 218) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG0028 Feb 2, 1973.  To civil registry as N87842,
					HR-AKJ, N4069R
				17559 (c/n 219)
64-17560/17620		Hughes AIM-4 Falcon missiles
64-17621/17623		Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois
				c/n 3101/3103.  For Royal Australian Navy as N9-3101/3103 1965
					N9-3103 crashed 3/26/1981, Nowra NSW.  Converted to components.
64-17624/17639		Lockheed C-130E Hercules
				To Canada as 10305/10320.  Later reserialed 130305/130320.
					130305 (ex 10305, USAF 64-17624, c/n 382-4020)
					130306 (ex 10306, USAF 64-17625, c/n 382-4026)
					130307 (ex 10307, USAF 64-17626, c/n 382-4041)
					130308 (ex 10308, USAF 64-17627, c/n 382-4042)  
					130309 (ex 10309, USAF 64-17628, c/n 382-4050) crashed into ground
						after takeoff from Trenton Apr 27, 1967.
					130310 (ex 10310, USAF 64-17629, c/n 382-4051)
					130311 (ex 10311, USAF 64-17630, c/n 382-4060)
					130312 (ex 10312, USAF 64-17631, c/n 382-4061) crashed 13 km west of
						Chapais, Quebec Oct 15, 1980 when stalled at low level during
						search for missing helicopter.
					130313 (ex 10313, USAF 64-17632, c/n 382-4066)
					130314 (ex 10314, USAF 64-17633, c/n 382-4067).  To National Museum of AF, Trenton, Ontario
					130315 (ex 10315, USAF 64-17634, c/n 382-4070)
					130316 (ex 10316, USAF 64-17635, c/n 382-4075)
					130317 (ex 10317, USAF 64-17636, c/n 382-4122)
					130318 (ex 10318, USAF 64-17637, c/n 382-4124).  Crashed during an emergency landing near Fort 
						Wainwright, AL Jan 29, 1989. 8 killed.
					130319 (ex 10319, USAF 64-17638, c/n 382-4095)
					130320 (ex 10320, USAF 64-17639, c/n 382-4096)
64-17640/17679		On Mark B-26K Counter Invader
				Rebuilt from WW II A-26 Invaders.
				17640 (ex 44-35896) to MASDC Oct 1969.  To civil registry as N267G with State of
					Georgia Forestry Commission in 1972 but stored at Macon, GA.  Reregistered
				      N2294B to Arthur M. McDonnell, Mojave,CA Jul 1978, but reported
					still unconverted at Mojave Sep 1979.  Acquired by USAFM
					and reported at South Dakota Air and 
					Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB in 1986
				17641 (ex 44-35322) 609th ACS, 56th ACW shot down by AA 
					Dec 29, 1967 while attacking convoy in Steel Tiger area
					near Ban Phoukachgi, 35 mi NW of Khe Sanh. 3 KIA
				17642 (ex 44-35435) 606th ACS, 56th ACW MIA Aug 27, 1967 over 
					northern Laos, 85 mi NW of Nakhon Phanom.  2 KIA
				17643 (ex 44-35392) 603rd ACS, attached to 606th ACS crash landed
					at Nakhon Phanom Jul 24, 1966, probably due to fuel
					starvation.  2 KIA
				17644 (ex 44-35451) to the Congo in 1964 as
					RF644 and later FR-644.  Departed Jan 
					1967. To SEA in Nov 1967.  To South
					Vietnam Nov 12, 1969.  Blown up at Nha Trang Mar 1975 
				17645 (ex 44-35546) to the Congo in 1964 as
					RF645 and later FR-645.  Departed Dec 1966.
					To SEA in in Aug 1967.  To South
					Vietnam Nov 10, 1969.  Blown up at Nha Trang Mar 1975
				17646 (ex 44-35375) to Congo in 1964 as RF646
					and later FR-646.  Departed Mar 1967.
					With 609th SOS, 56th SOW, hit hillside during strafing 
					run Jul 8, 1969 in southern "Barrel Roll" area of SVN.  2 KIA.
					Last A-26 lost in SEA operations by US.
				17647 (ex 44-35904) to Davis Monthan as AD001 Oct 23, 1969.  The aircraft has
					been seen in storage in a photo taken at MASDC in Nov 1969.
				17648 (ex 43-22732) 609th ACS, 56th ACW shot down by AA Apr 30, 1968
					during napalm run over Ho Chi Minh trail near Ban Boung, Laos
					in Steel Tiger area.  2 KIA.  Remains of crew recovered.
				17649 (ex 43-22720) to Congo in Jan 1965 as 
					FR-649.  Returned Oct 1966.  To SEA in May 1967.  Retired to
					Davis Monthan Nov 10, 1969. Salvaged Dec 1972.
				17650 (ex 44-35766) 603rd ACS, attached to 606th ACS shot down by ground
					fire June 28, 1966 in Steel Tiger area 10 mi N of Ban Phakat.  4 KIA
				17651 (ex 44-34119) to SEA in Oct 1967.  
					Retired to Davis Monthan in Nov 1969.  Preserved at Seoul 
					Museum, Korea, moved to Korean Aerospace Industry Aerospace Museum, Sacheon AFB.
				17652 (ex 44-34361) to SEA in Oct 1968.
					To South Vietnam Nov 10, 1969.  Blown up at Nha Trang Mar 1975
				17653 (ex 41-39378) to SEA in July 1968.  Used by 56th SOW/906th SOS.
					Retired to Davis Monthan Nov 13, 1969.  Acquired by USAF Museum
					Jan 1, 1974 and now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				17654 (ex 41-39491)  to SEA in Nov 1967.
					To South Vietnam Nov 10, 1969.  Blown up at Nha Trang Mar 1975
				17655 (ex 44-34184) to Davis Monthan Oct 23, 1969.
				17656 (ex 44-35847) w/o Eglin Range Dec 16, 1964 during
					low-level applied tactics mission.  Pilot killed,
					navigator bailed but lost leg while exiting the
					aircraft.
				17657 (ex 43-22649, c/n 18796) sold on commercial market.
					Registered as N62104, later N99218.  As N99218 it had crashed on approach 
					to Chino, CA February 1978, but had been retained for spares 
					recovery.  The forward fuselage of this aircraft was 
					imported into England Jul 21, 1986 to assist in the restoration of A-26C 
					44-34172.  Nose section displayed at Booker Air Museum,
					England Apr 1988. 
				17658 (ex 44-35865) to Davis Monthan Dec 1972.
				17659 (ex 41-39564) w/o Aug 18, 1965.
				17660 (ex 44-35608) to SEA Dec 1966.  To
					Davis Monthan Nov 12, 1969.  Salvaged Dec 1972.
				17661 (ex 44-35433) to SEA Nov 1967.  To Davis 
					Monthan as AD014 Jan 1, 1970.  Salvaged Dec 1972.
				17662 (ex 44-35458) to Congo in 
					Jan 1965 as FR-662 and later 
					FM-662.  Departed Feb 1967.  To SEA in 1967.  
					With 606th ACS, 56th ACW, disappeared over northern Laos, Aug 21, 1967.
					Search found no trace.  2 MIA
				17663 (ex 41-39462) in accident  Apr 23, 1965.
				17664 (ex 43-22665) to SEA in Dec 1966.  To
					1 ACO WG at England and later to Davis
					Monthan as AD007 Oct 23, 1969.  Reclaimed Dec 1972.
				17665 (ex 44-34145) to SEA in Jun 1966.  To
					Davis Monthan as AD018 Jan 22, 1970.
					Reclaimed Dec 1972.
				17666 (ex 44-35483) to SEA Nov 1968.  Now at 
					Hurlburt Field, FL, Museum 
				17667 (ex 44-35468) to SEA June 1966. 
					Shot down by AA Mar 23, 1969
				17668 (ex 44-34652) to SEA Aug 1966.
					With 606th ACS, 634th CSG, shot down by AA Feb 22, 1967 whil strafing
					convoy near Ban Thapachon in southern Laos.  Plane made it back to 
					Nakhon Phanom but starboard wing began to burn and crew bailed out.
					2 crew survived and were picked up by helicopter.
				17669 (ex 44-34606) to SEA June 1966.  
					606th ACS, 6t34th CSG accompanies 64-17668 to Nakhon Phanom after it
					was hit by AAA.  Apparently hit by 17668 when it blew up Feb 22, 1967 and
					both crashed, crew of 2 on 17669 KIA
				17670 (ex 44-35634) to to SEA Nov 1968.
					To Davis Monthan as AD011 Jan 11, 1970.
					Reclaimed Dec 1972.
				17671 (ex 44-35820) to SEA Jun 1966.  TO MASDC Nov 10, 1969.  
					To Florence Space Museum SC.  Museum closed, plane scrapped
					for spare parts.
				17672 (ex 44-25251) to SEA Jun 1966.
					603rd ACS, attached to 606th ACS shot down by AA near Thai-Laos 
					border Dec 14, 1966.  With one engine on fire pilot flew for 20 mi letting 
					all 3 crew bail out for rescue.  Pilot received Mackay Trophy for 
					airmanship and courage.
				17673 (ex 44-34135) to SEA Dec 1966.
					609th SOS, 56th SOW crashed in circuit at Nakhon Phanom Mar 11, 1969 when
					it ran out of fuel while checking a landing gear problem.  2 KIA.
				17674 (ex 41-39573) w/o Jan 1, 1969.
				17675 (ex 44-34173) to SEA Dec 1966.  
					To Davis Monthan as AT015 Jan 17, 1970.  Salvaged Dec 1972
				17676 (ex 41-39596) to SEA Jun 1966.  To 1 ACO WG in England and later to Davis
					Monthan Nov 1969.  To civil registry as N268G with 
					State of Georgia Forestry Commission in 1972, but stored
					unconverted at Macon, in 1977 registered to Airspray Ltd of Demonton,
					ALTA as C-GXTF but never delivered.
					In July 1978 to N22939 with Arthur M. McDonnell,
					Mojave, CA but reported still unconverted at
					Mojave Oct 1978.  Now preserved at USAFM,
					Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio.
				17677 (ex 44-34108) to SEA Aug 1967.  To South Vietnam AF Nov 10, 1969.
					Blown up at Nha Trang Mar 1975.
				17678 (ex 44-35205) to SEA Aug 1966.  to Davis Monthan as AD009 Oct 24, 1969.  
					Reclaimed Feb 1973.
				17679 (ex 44-34198).  To MASDC Nov 1969. To civil registry as 
					N269G with State of Georgia Forestry Commission but stored
					unconverted at Macon, GA.  Registered 1977 to Airspray
					Edmonton, ALTA as C-GXTG but not delivered as damaged on landing
					after test flight from Macon and apparently abandoned there. Registered 
					Oct 1978 as N4988N with Lynch Flying Service of Billings, MT in 1978, but
					last reported still unconverted at Billings,MT.  Sold in 2010 by Lynch Flying Service
					and in 2013 was at Ft. Worth Meachem Field undergoing restoratin at Greatest Generation Aircraft.
64-17680/17681		Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
				17680 (c/n 382-4064) noted Mar 10, 2004 as GC-130E ground instructional airframe at Sheppard
					AFB, TX.  
				17681 (c/n 382-4069) to AMARC as CF0291 May 29, 2008
64-17682		Kaman HH-43F Huskie
				c/n 220.  To Iran?
64-17683/17730		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee
64-17731/17751		General Dynamics SLV-3A Atlas missiles  (are these Thors?)
				17731 (vehicle number 457) used as first stage of Thor Delta E DSV-3E #34 for launch of 
					Explorer 29 (GOES 1) Nov 6, 1965.  Success
				17732 (vehicle number 458) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Sep 22, 1965.  Success.
				17733 (vehicle nmber 459) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch classified USAF
					satellite from Vandenberg AFB Dec 29, 1966.  Success
				17734 (vehicle number 460) used as first stage of Thor Delta E DSV-3E #35 for launch of Pioneer 6
					Dec 16, 1965.  Probe entered solar orbit between Earth and Venus to study solar phenomena.
				17736 (vehicle number 462) used as first stage of Thor Delta E DSV-3E #40 to launch Pioneer 7
					Aug 17, 1966.  Entered solar orbit close to Earth's to sudy solar phenomena.
				17737 (vehicle number 463) used as first stage of Thor Delta E DSV-3E #41 to launch TOS 1 
					(ESSA03) from Vandenberg AFB Oct 2, 1966.  Success
				17738 (vehicle number 464) used as first stage of Thor Delta E DSV-3E #42 to launch
					INTELSAT 2A Oct 26, 1966.  Success.
				17739 (vehicle number 465) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB May 4, 1966.  Success.
				17741 (vehicle number 467) used as first stage of Thor Delta E DSV-3E #39 to launch Explorer 33
					(IMP-4) Jul 1, 1966.  Attempt to place satellite in lunar orbit, but velocity was too high
					for lunar orbit and entered highly-elliptical Earth orbit after flying past Moon.
				17742 (vehicle number 468) used as first stage of Thor Delta I DSV-3E #44 to launch 
					INTELSAT 2B Jan 11, 1967.  Success.
				17743 (vehicle number 469) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB May 23, 1966.  Success
				17744 (vehicle number 470) used as first stage of Thor Delta E DSV-3E #47 to launch INTELSAT 2C
					Mar 23, 1967.  Success
				17745 (vehicle number 471) used as first stage of Thor Delta G DSV-3G #43 to launch BIOS 1
					Dec 14, 1966.  Success
				17746 (vehicle number 472) used as first stage of Thor Delta E DSV-3E #45 to launch
					TOS/ESSA-4 from Vandenberg AFB Jan 26, 1967.
				17747 (vehicle number 473) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch PAGEOS 1 from
					Vandenberg AFB Jun 24, 1966.  Success
				17748 (vehicle number 474) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Apr 8, 1966.
				17749 (vehicle number 475) used as first stage of Thor Delta G DSV-3G #51 to launch BIOS 2
					Sep 7, 1967.  Success
				17750 (vehicle number 476) used as first stage of Thor Delta E DSV-3E #57 to launch 
					Explorer 38 (RAE 1) Jul 4, 1968.  Success.
				17751 (vehicle number 477) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Sep 20, 1966.  Success
64-17752/17795		Canadair-built F-104G Starfighter for MAP
				c/n 6097/6140
				17752/17756 (R-752/756),17759 (R-759) to Denmark
					17752 w/o 2-22-71, pilot ejected safely.
					17753 w/o 10-14-80, pilot ejected safely.
					17759 w/o 6-8-73, pilot ejected safely.
					17756 on display at Midland Air Museum,
						Coventry, UK.
				17757 (683D-6102) to Norway 6/1965.  Returned to USAF
					7/1981.  To Turkish AF 7/1981.
				17758 (683D-6103) to Norway 6/1965.  Returned to USAF
					6/1981.  To Turkish AF 7/1981 as 4-758.
				17761/17777 to Taiwan
					17770 to Taiwan as 4344 and displayed at the Chinese Air Force Museum, Gangshan (August 2009)
				17779 (683D-6124) to Taiwan as 4353. Failed to return to 8th Sqdn
					Jan 13, 1967 after air-to-air combat with PLAAF J-6.  Pilot MIA.
				17780 to Greece
				17781 to Greece
				17782 to Greece
				17784 to Taiwan
				17785 (683D-6130) to Norway 2/1966.  Returned to USAF
					6/1981.  To Turkish AF 7/1981.
				17786 to Greece
				17792,17793 to Taiwan
64-17796/17797		Cessna U-17A
				Model 185 for FMS
				17796 c/n 185-00775.  To Laotian AF under MDAP Oct 2, 1964. Used by Air America.
				17797 c/n 185-00776.  To Laotian AF under MDAP Oct 2, 1964. Used by Air America. Took off with controls 
					locked and crashed at Vang Tieng, Laos Oct 11, 1965.	
64-17798/17844		Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike
64-17845/17904		Bell TH-13T-BF Sioux
				c/n 3411/3470
				17845 (c/n 3411) to storage as XF090 May 10, 1972
				17847 (c/n 3413) to storage as XF372 Feb 1, 1973
				17848 (c/n 3414) to storage as XF171 Jun 5, 1972.  To civil registry as N35135
				17850 (c/n 3416) to storage as XF206 Aug 7, 1972.  To civil registry as N96141
				17853 (c/n 3419) to storage as XF172 Jun 25, 1972.  To civil registry
					as N110SC
				17854 (c/n 3420) to storage as XF337 Jan 1, 1973.  To civil registry
					as N120SC
				17855 (c/n 3421) to storage as XF091 May 10, 1972. To civil registry
					as N53989
				17857 (c/n 3423) to storage as XF444 Mar 1, 1973.  To civil registry
					as N3GF
				17858 (c/n 3424) to storage as XF403 Feb 26, 1973. 
				17860 (c/n 3426) to storage as XF396 Feb 1, 1973.  To civil registry
					as N19GS
				17861 (c/n 3427) to storage.  To civil registry as N23DW
				17862 (c/n 3428) to storage as XF402 Feb 1, 1973.  
				17865 (c/n 3431) to storage as XF109 May 16, 1972
				17866 (c/n 3432) to storage as XF084 Feb 29, 1972.  To civil 
					registry as N90417
				17867 (c/n 3433) to storage as XF131 May 26, 1972.  Became N54SP, then D-HEIA.
				17868 (c/n 3434) to storage as XF419 Mar 1, 1973.
				17869 (c/n 3435) to storage as XF153 May 30, 1972.  To civil
					registry as N103SD
				17870 (c/n 3436) to storage as XF404 Feb 26, 1973.
				17872 (c/n 3438) to storage as XF420 Mar 1, 1973.  To civil
					registry as N90726
				17873 (c/n 3439) to storage as XF483 Apr 1, 1973
				17874 (c/n 3440) to storage as XF083 Feb 29 1972.
				17875 (c/n 3441) to storage as XF445 Mar 1, 1973.  To civil
					registry as N877M
				17876 (c/n 3442) to storage as XF154 May 29, 1972.  To civil
					registry as N64713
				17877 (c/n 3443) to storage as XF352 Jan 1, 1973.  To civil
					registry as N90533
				17878 (c/n 3444) to storage as XF107 May 16, 1972.
				17879 (c/n 3445) to storage as XF350 Jan 1, 1973.  To civil
					registry as N87969
				17880 (c/n 3446) to storage as XF367 Feb 1, 1973.  To civil
					registry as N90531
				17881 (c/n 3447) to storage as XF194 Jun 30, 1972.  To civil
					registry as N90534
				17882 (c/n 3448) to storage as XF191 Jun 30, 1972.  To civil
					registry as N201AC
				17884 (c/n 3450) to storage as XF132 May 26, 1972.  To civil
					registry as N87970
				17887 (c/n 3453) to storage as XF422 Mar 1, 1973.  To civil
					registry as N62253.
				17888 (c/n 3454) to storage as XF375 Feb 1, 1973
				17889 (c/n 3455) to storage as XF264 Oct 31, 1972.  To civil 
					registry as N64863
				17890 (c/n 3456) to storage as XF293 Nov 30, 1972.  To civil
					registry as N2303N
				17892 (c/n 3458) to storage as XF207 Aug 7, 1972.  To civil
					registry as N47123
				17893 (c/n 3459) to storage as XF423 Mar 1, 1973.  To civil
					registry as N9989 
				17894 (c/n 3460) to storage as XF281 Oct 31, 1972.  To civil
					registry as N411SD, later as VH-JEG
				17895 (c/n 3461) to storage as XF253 Sep 30, 1972.  To civil
					registry as N511SD
				17896 (c/n 3462) to storage as XF159 Jun 8, 1972
				17897 (c/n 3463) to storage as XF241 Oct 2, 1972
				17898 (c/n 3464) to storage as XF282 Oct 31, 1972.  To Navy,
					to storage as 1H017 Aug 22, 1974
				17899 (c/n 3465) to storage as XF421 Mar 1, 1973.  To civil
					registry as N39CD
				17900 (c/n 3466) to storage as XF338 Jan 1, 1973.  To Navy.
					To storaga as 1H018 Aug 26, 1974.
				17901 (c/n 3467) to storage as XF301 Nov 30, 1972.  To civil
					registry as N210PS
				17902 (c/n 3468) to storage as XF401 Feb 1, 1973.
				17903 (c/n 3469) to storage
				17904 (c/n 3470) to storage as XF437 Mar 1, 1973.
64-17905/17948		Cessna U-17A
				17905 (c/n 185-00809)
				17906 (c/n 185-00810)
				17907 (c/n 185-00811)
				17908 (c/n 185-00812)
				17909 (c/n 185-00814)
				17910 (c/n 185-00815)
				17911 (c/n 185-00817)
				17912 (c/n 185-00818)
				17913 (c/n 185-00819)
				17914 (c/n 185-00820)
				17915 (c/n 185-00821)
				17916 (c/n 185-00823)
				17917 (c/n 185-00824)
				17918 (c/n 185-00825)
				17919 (c/n 185-00826)
				17920 (c/n 185-00828)
				17921 (c/n 185-00830)
				17922 (c/n 185-00831)
				17923 (c/n 185-00832)
				17924 (c/n 185-00834)
				17925 (c/n 185-00835)
				17926 (c/n 185-00837)
				17927 (c/n 185-00838) to Turkish Army as 13154, then became TC-CDA on Turkish civil registry.
				17928 (c/n 185-00840) to Turkish Army as 11550, then became TC-CDB on Turkish civil registry.
				17929 (c/n 185-00841) to Turkish Army as 14050, then became TC-CDC on Turkish civil registry.
				17930 (c/n 185-00842) to Turkish Army, WFU
				17931 (c/n 185-00843) to Turkish Army as 11059, then became TC-CDD on Turkish civil registry.
				17932 (c/n 185-00845) to Turkish Army as 12351, then became TC-CDE on Turkish civil registry.
				17933 (c/n 185-00846) to Turkish Army as 11061, then became TC-CDF on Turkish civil registry.
				17934 (c/n 185-00847) to Turkish Army as 13155, then became TC-CDG on Turkish civil registry.
				17935 (c/n 185-00848) to Turkish Army, WFU
				17936 (c/n 185-00849) to Turkish Army, WFU
				17937 (c/n 185-00851) to Turkish Army as 14055, then became TC-CDH on Turkish civil registry.
				17938 (c/n 185-00852) to Turkish Army, WFU
				17939 (c/n 185-00853) to Turkish Army as 11158, then became TC-CDI on Turkish civil registry.
				17940 (c/n 185-00855) to Turkish Army, then became TC-CDJ on Turkish civil registry.
				17941 (c/n 185-08556) to Turkish Army as 13052, then became TC-CDK on Turkish civil registry.
				17942 (c/n 185-00857) to Turkish Army, WFU
				17943 (c/n 185-00859) to Turkish Army, WFU
				17944 (c/n 185-00860) to Turkish Army as 11164, then became TC-CDL on Turkish civil registry.
				17945 (c/n 185-00861) to Turkish Army, WFU
				17946 (c/n 185-00801)
				17947 (c/n 185-00804)
				17948 (c/n 185-00806)
64-17949		Lockheed C-130E Hercules
				C/N 4100 
				To Turkey Nov 1964 as ETI-949.  Crashed near Akhisar AB, Manisa, Turkey
					Oct 19, 1968.  All 10 crew killed.
64-17950/17984		Some references have these as being assigned to
				Lockheed SR-71A.  There is controversy about this.  Numerous observers,
				claim that these serials should actually be in FY 61 as 61-7950/61-7984.  The
				tail numbers are of the format 17950/17984.  It seems more reasonable that the serials
				ought to be ifn FY 61, since the FY is usually the year in which the plane was ordered.  
				The SR-71 was revealed in 1964.
64-17985/18000		Cessna T-37C 
				C/n 40886/40901. FMS to Turkey
64-18001/18020		Hughes TH-55A Osage
				c/n 315/334
				18000 seen at Ft. Rucker, Alabama, but serial may not be genuine.
				18002 to N9014N
				18006 to N9048D
				18008 to N4243N
				18009 to N3231G
				18010 to N9062N
				18012 to N90647
				18014 to N90586
				18015 to N5594Y
				18016 to N5592W
				18017 to MASDC as XP0021 Mar 17, 1971
64-18021		Martin LGM-25C Titan III missile
64-18022/18024		Boeing LGM-30 Minuteman missiles
64-18025/18239		Hughes TH-55A Osage
				First of a multi-FY TH-55A order.
				18026 to N93SD
				18029 to N8047T
				18030 to N804X
				18031 to N8045T
				18032 to N90274
				18033 to N9049J
				18057 at Pulaski Air Tech Centre, North Little Airport, AR Jan 2008
				18066 (c/n 95-0378) became N1336D, then N269CH, then G-FSDT
					Aug 22, 1988.  Reregistered G-BWZY Dec 4, 1996.
				18082 (c/n 105-0394) became N65468, then D-HABN
				18092 at Hidden Valley Helicopters
				18133 to MASDC as XP0209 Apr 28, 1971.  At Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				18140 (c/n 0452) became N55949, cancelled by FAA Jul 23, 1992.
					Registration N1879W reserved Jan 30, 2006.
				18148 at Hidden Valley Helicopters
				18149 (c/n 0465) to civil registry as N9062G.  Cancelled Jul 2002 as being w/o Aug 1, 1994
					at Leander, LA and scrapped.
				18169 (c/n 36-0481) became N80559.  Registered G-SHPP
					Jul 24, 1989.
				18190 (c/n 46-0502) was N63DH, Registration N38AB reserved Jul 23, 2007, taken
					up Aug 25, 2007.
				18203 to MASDC as XP0027 Mar 17, 1971.
64-18240		Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
				c/n 382-4105.  To AMARC Aug 20, 2009
64-18241/18258		General Dynamics SLV-3 Atlas
64-18259/18260		cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130E Hercules
64-18261		Bell NUH-1B-BF Iroquois
				c/n 2041.  Civil Bell 204B..  Now at Ft. Rucker, AL.
64-18262/18270		Hawker-Siddeley P-1127 Kestrel
				Nine former RAF Kestrel FGA.1s (RAF serials XS688/XS696) used for Tri-Service tests 
					by USAF, US Army, and US Navy, but only 6 were delivered.
				VZ-12 was a US Army designation for two P-1127 development aircraft which were
					not delivered.
				XV-6A was designation for the six Kestrels that were evaluated by Navy, Marines,
					Army and Air Force.
				18262 (RAF XS688) at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, OH
				18263 (RAF XS689) to NASA as 521 Feb 1967, later N521NA.  Now at Virginia Air
					and Space Center, Hampton, VA.
				18264 (RAF XS690) to Museum of Army Aviation, Fort Rucker, AL  In 2012 was in the storage lot at
					Pima Air and Space Museum.
				18265 (RAF XS691) withdrawn from use at Edwards AFB Jan 1970.
				18266 (RAF XS692)
				18267 (RAF XS693) NTU, retained in UK by Blackburn for engine development.
					crashed near Boscombe Down Sep 21, 1967 following engine failure.
				18268 (RAF XS694) returned to USA as 64-18267 Jan 11, 1966. To NASA as 520. Now on display
					at Hampton Air Power Park, Hampton, VA.  Display plaque shows
					it as 64-18286.
				18269 (RAF XS695) NTU. Regained in UK for blind landing trials.  Accident 
					at Boscombe Down Mar 15, 1967.  To RAF Museum in 1974.  Became Royal 
					Navy instructional airframe A2619.  Currently under restoratin for display
					at RAF Museum Cosford
				18270 (RAF XS696) NTU, retained in UK.  Caught fire on takeoff at West Raynham Apr 1, 1965
					and damaged beyond repair.


	The following numbers are out of sequence.  They were probably
	composed from manufacturer's construction numbers.

64-900200			Schweizer TG-2A
				Glider used by USAF Academy