1967 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised August 17, 2015


67-0001/0031		Lockheed C-141A-LM Starlifter
				MSN 300-6252/6282.
				All modified to C-141B except 0006 and 0008
				0001 (MSN 300-6252) to AMARC as CR0080 Dec 23, 1999.  Reported Aug 2004 for
					sale as lot 1071/5
				0002 (MSN 300-6253) to AMARC as CR0163 May 30, 2002
				0003 (MSN 300-6254) converted to C-141B SOLL II.  To AMARC October 2002
				0004 (MSN 300-6255) converted to C-141B SOLL II.  To AMARC as CR0166
				0005 (MSN 300-6256) to AMARC as CR0043 Nov 21, 1997.  Broken up Aug 20, 2003
				0006 (MSN 300-6257, 438 MAW) w/o Aug 28, 1976 Peterborough, UK on approach to RAF Mildenhall.
					Severe thunderstorm ripped No 4 engine off the wing and the rest
					of the aircraft disintegrated.  All 18 aboard killed (ASN).   Two different planes (67-0006 and
					67-0008) crashed on the same day, and these two serial number often get mixed up.
				0007 (MSN 300-6258) to AMARC as CR0076 Sept 29, 1999.
				0008 (MSN 300-6259) crashed at Sondestrom Ford, Greenland Aug 28, 1976. Landed during windy
					conditions, landed long, and bounced.  The crew tried to recover,
					but it subsequently cartwheeled and crashed in a fireball.
					23 killed, one loadmaster and 3 passengers survived.  (ASN).  Two different planes (67-0006 and
					67-0008) crashed on the same day, and these two serial number often get mixed up.
				0009 (MSN 300-6260) to AMARC as CR0054 Jul 29, 1998.  Broken up Aug 25, 2003
				0010 (MSN 300-6261) converted to C-141B SOLL II.  To AMARC as CR0159
					Apr 4, 2002.
				0011 (MSN 300-6262) On its way (April 1997) to AMARC in Tucson the wing cracked and was flexing beyond limits, forcing the aircraft to 
					land at North Field (North USAF, AMC auxiliary air field, near Charleston, SC) After this, it was cannibalized for spare parts. 
					It was discovered to have center wing-box cracks while on the ground at North Field on April 7th, 1997. Due to its condition it was 
					not able to be safely flown anywhere where it could be repaired or there were no repair parts available. Broken up for scrap Jun 30, 2005.
					67-0011, was the only C-141 to ever carry the Air Force One call sign; it delivered President George Bush to 
					Mogadishu, Somalia in 1992. 
				0012 (MSN 300-6263) to AMARC as CR0219 Sep 16, 2004.  Last C-141B to be retired.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0013 (MSN 300-6264) converted to C-141B SOLL II. To AMARC as CR0105 Jul 10, 2000.  In 2010 was on display
					at Pima Air And Space Museum.
				0014 (MSN 300-6265) converted to C-141B SOLL II.  To AMARC as CR0160
				0015 (MSN 300-6266) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0185 Oct 3, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0016 (MSN 300-6267) to AMARC as CR0134 Jul 12, 2001
				0017 (MSN 300-6268, 438 MAW) w/o Mar 7, 1982 by fire on ground at MacEntire ANGB, SC.
				0018 (MSN 300-6269) to AMARC as CR0116 Mar 2, 2001.
				0019 (MSN 300-6270) to AMARC as CR0215 Aug 24, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0020 (MSN 300-6271) to AMARC as CR0106 Jul 19, 2000.
				0021 (MSN 300-6272) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0206 Apr 1, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0022 (MSN 300-6273) to AMARC as CR0099 Jun 6, 2000.  Broken up Sep 19, 2003
				0023 (MSN 300-6274) named "Spirit of Columbus" with 356th AS in Aug 1992.  To AMARC as CR0013 Oct 6, 1995.  
					Broken up Aug 12, 2003 
				0024 (MSN 300-6275) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0174 Mar 31, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0025 (MSN 300-6276) to AMARC as CR0033 Apr 11, 1997.  Broken up Aug 12, 2003
				0026 (MSN 300-6277) to AMARC as CR0074 Aug 19, 1999.  Broken up Sep 19, 2003
				0027 (MSN 300-6278) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0184 Oct 2, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0028 (MSN 300-6279) to AMARC as CR0128 Jun 25, 2001
				0029 (MSN 300-6280) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0202 Mar 18, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0030 (MSN 300-6281, 62 MAW) w/o Nov 12, 1980 near Cairo-west, Egypt.  13 killed
				0031 (MSN 300-6282) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC as CR0232 Sep 16, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
67-0032/0114		General Dynamics F-111A
				MSN A1-77/159
				0032 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-40).  To AMARC as FV0329 May 19, 1998.
					Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
				0033 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-35).  To AMARC Apr 14, 1998 as FV0319.
					Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
				0034 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-38). Named “Calvinized” with 42nd ECS in January 1992. 
					To AMARC as FV0333 May 28, 1998.  Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
				0035 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-39).  Named “Angel of the Night” with 42nd ECS in January 1992.
					To AMARC as FV0323 Apr 28, 1998. Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
				0036 crashed Apr 24, 1972 Nellis AFB
				0037 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-31).  To AMARC April 1, 1998 as FV0313.
					Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
				0038 (MSN A-1-83) converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-19).  Named "Spirit of Idaho" with 36th TFW in
					April 1989.   To AMARC Apr 21, 1998 as FV0320
				0039 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-16).  To AMARC Jun 19, 1998 as FV0337.
					Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
				0040 crashed July 11, 1973 Zion National Park, UT.
				0041 converted to EF-111A Raven (MSN EF-22).  Named "Knight Jammer" with 42nd ECS at RAF Upper Heyford
					in 1977/78.  To AMARC Jul 30, 1997 as FV0303.  Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
				0042 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-26).  To AMARC Mar 10, 1998 as FV0309.
					Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
				0043 crashed May 22, 1969 near Tuba City, AZ..
				0044 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-42).  To AMARC as FV0327 May 12, 1998.
					Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
				0045 to AMARC as FV0059 June 21, 1991
				0046 to Sheppard AFB as GF-111A ground trainer.  Sent to 
					Brownwood Regional Airport, Texas for display
				0047 to Sheppard AFB as GF-111A ground trainer.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 stored with
					Fire Department at Sheppard AFB, TX.  Reported Mar 14, 2008 at American
					Airpower Museum, Farmingdale, New York.
				0048 to EF-111A Raven (EF-34).  To AMARC April 7, 1998 as FV0316.
					Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
				0049 crashed Dec 22, 1969 due to wing carry through
					box failure during bombing run which caused
					wing to fall off.  Ejection was out of
					envelope and both crew killed when capsule
					impacted the ground.
				0050 to AMARC as FV0200 Jul 28, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  On display at Historic Aviation
					Memorial Museum, Tyler, Texas in Mar 2011.
				0051 to Sheppard AFB as GF-111A ground trainer.  Now on display at Historical
					Aviation Memorial Museum, Tyler, Texas. 
				0052 converted to EF-111A Raven (EF-32).  To AMARC as FV0312 Apr 1, 1998.
					Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
				0053 to AMARC as FV0070 July 24, 1991
				0054 to AMARC as FV0055 June 19, 1991
				0055 in mid-air collision with Aero Commander Model 690A N40MP 
					MSN 11116 Nov 12, 1974 near Kingston, UT.  The F-111A was on a
					refuelling training exercise at night when it misidentified
					the 690A as being the KC-135 tanker they were to rendezvous
					with.
				0056 to Sheppard AFB as GF-111A ground trainer.
				0057 to Sheppard AFB as GF-1111A ground trainer.  Now on display at Dyess Air Park, Dyess AFB, Texas.
				0058 on pole outside Mountain Home AFB, Idaho.
				0059 crashed Feb 16, 1979 near Mountain Home AFB.
				0060 crashed Apr 7, 1976 near Wendover UT due to engine explosion and fire. Crew ejected safely.
				0061 to AMARC as FV0062 Jun 21, 1991.
				0062 to AMARC as FV0033 Aug 24, 1990.
				0063 lost in SE Asia Nov 7, 1972.  Crew killed.
				0064 to AMARC as FV0034.  To Fritz Enterprises Apr 1,
					1997, presumably for scrapping.
				0065 to AMARC as FV0067 Jul 19, 1991.
				0066 (429th TFS) lost over Yen Lang Oct 16, 1972.  Possibly shot down
					by SA-2.  Crew MIA, never found.
				0067 on display at WPAFB Museum.
				0068 (429th TFS) shot down over Hanoi, North Vietnam by SA-2 SAM or
					AAA Dec 22, 1972 during Linebacker II.
					Both crew ejected and became POWs.
				0069 at the Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, AL.  Noted in July 2002
					in a fenced compound at Birmingham Apt, AL.  The reports that 0069 was the plane
					that crashed on approach to RAF Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK Dec 26/27, 1980 seem to
					be in error.  This is the famous 'Rendlesham Forest' UFO report, which may have
					been caused by an F-111E losing a tactical nuclear weapon.
				0070 to McClellan AFB, CA as battle damage repair aircraft
				0071 in midair collision with 67-098 Feb 17, 1973.  
					Landed safely.  To AMARC as FV0026 Jun 20, 1990.
				0072 crashed Feb 20 1973 at Tahkli AB, Thailand.
					Landing gear pin failed on takeoff causing
					aircraft to go off end of runway and burn.
					24 bombs cooked off, but crew egressed
					successfully.
				0073 (366th TFW) crashed Jan 19, 1982, Mountain Home AFB.
				0074 to AMARC as FV0068 Jul 19, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0075 to AMARC as FV0112 Jul 15, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0076 to AMARC as FV0077 Jul 31, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0077 to AMARC as FV0056 Jun 19, 1991.
				0078 lost over Laos Sept 28, 1972.  Crew killed.  Wreckage found in 2000.  Plane was
					on mission to North Vietnam, not sure how it ended up in Laos.
				0079 to AMARC as FV0036.  Released to Fritz Enterprises
					Apr 1, 1997, presumably for scrapping.  Had suffered major
					structural damage as a result of secondary air duct failure
					and subsequent fire
				0080 crashed Mar 11, 1976 Nellis AFB
				0081 to AMARC as FV0061 June 21, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0082 crashed June 18, 1972 near Eglin AFB shortly 
					after takeoff.  Lost control after an external
					fuel fire and explosion.  Unsuccessful
					ejection, crew killed. 
				0083 crashed Nov 30 1977 Nellis Range.  Both crew killed.
				0084 to AMARC as FV0065 July 17, 1991
				0085 to AMARC as FV0027 Jun 21, 1990.
				0086 to AMARC as FV0057 June 19, 1996
				0087 to AMARC as FV0071 July 24, 1991
				0088 to AMARC as FV0058 June 19, 1991
				0089 to AMARC as FV0035.  Removed from AMARC Apr 1, 1997
					to Fritz Enterprises, presumably for scrapping.
				0090 to AMARC as FV0069 July 19, 1991
				0091 to AMARC as FV0075 Jul 31, 1991.
				0092  (474th TFW) shot down and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin near Hue, SVN Nov 21, 1972. Both crew killed..
				0093 destroyed in ground fire Nov 9, 1982
					Mountain Home AFB.
				0094 survived collision with 67-111 June 16, 1973 over
					Laos.  Involved in Mayaguez incident May 14, 1975
					in attack on Cambodian gunboats.  To AMARC as 
					FV0060 Jun 21, 1991
				0095 to AMARC as FV0072 Jul 24, 1991
				0096 to AMARC as FV0030 Aug 24, 1990.
				0097 crashed Mar 26, 1980 Saylor Creek.  Both crew killed.
				0098 was involved in midair collision with 67-071
					Feb 17, 1973.  Landed safely.  Crashed Oct 8, 1982 
					at Mountain Home AFB due to control problems.  
					Crew ejected safely but the attenuation bags
					failed, causing spinal cord injuries to the 
					pilot.
				0099 (430th TFS) shot down by SA-2 SAM or AAA over
					North Vietnam Dec 18, 1972 during Linebacker
					II.  Both crew KIA.
				0100 on display as gate guard at Nellis AFB, Nevada
				0101 to AMARC as FV0032 Aug 24, 1990.
				0102 crashed Jan 12, 1988 near Mountain Home AFB.  During
					takeoff roll, the right canopy was seen to pop 
					open as the aircraft rolled right and crashed.
				0103 to AMARC as FV0084 Jan 30, 1993.  To Fritz
					Enterprises Apr 1, 1997, presumably for scrapping.
				0104 to AMARC as FV0029 Aug 24, 1990.
				0105 crashed July 5, 1979 Nellis range. Both crew killed.
				0106 to AMARC as FV0076 July 31, 1991.  To Aircraft and
					Maritime Research Laboratories in Melbourne,
					Australia to identify corrosion and fatigue
					problems.
				0107 to AMARC as FV0066 July 17, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0108 to AMARC as FV0073 Jul 24, 1991
				0109 to RAAF as A8-109 in 1982 and modified to F-111C
					status.  To Historical Aircraft Restoration Society Inc at Illawarra, New South Wales Apr 8, 2013.
				0110 to AMARC as FV0032 Aug 24, 1990
				0111 lost in SE Asia June 16, 1973 in midair
					collision with 67-094.  Crew ejected
					safely and were recovered.  094 landed
					safely.
				0112 to RAAF as A8-112 in 1983 and modified to
					F-111C standards
				0113 to RAAF as A8-113 in 1982 and modified to
					F-111C standards
				0114 to RAAF as A8-114 in 1982 and modified to
					F-111C standards
67-0115/0124		General Dynamics F-111E
				MSN A1-160/169 (E-1/E-10)
				0115 used by NASA to test the Integrated Propulsion Control System between
					Sept 1975 and Feb 1976.  To AMARC May 17, 1993 as FV0166.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0116 (3246th Test Wing, Armaments Development and Test Center)
					crashed Oct 27, 1976, Eglin AFB upon return from a test mission.
					Crew deployed crew escape module safely and were uninjured.
				0117 crashed in rocky area of Mojave Desert 12 mi S of Death Valley
					National Monument Apr 23, 1971 during test flight.  Both crew
					killed when parachute on escape module failed to open until
					just before ground impact.
				0118 to AMARC as FV0201 Sep 19, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0119 to AMARC as FV0174 Aug 25, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0120 at American Air Museum, Duxford, UK
				0121 to AMARC as FV0182 Oct 21, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0122 to AMARC as FV0175 Aug 25, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0123 to AMARC as FV0192 Nov 4, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0124 to AMARC as FV0098 May 27, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
67-0125/0148		General Dynamics F-111C
				MSN D1-01/24.  For RAAF as A8-125/148
				A8-126 modified as RF-111C by General Dynamics
				A8-127 to RAAF Jun 1, 1973.  Crashed near Guyra, NSW Sept 13, 1993. 2 KIA.
				A8-128 to RAAF Jun 1, 1973. Crashed near Tenterfield, NSW Apr 2, 1987. 2 KIA.
				A8-133 to RAAF Jul 25, 1973.  Crashed Sept 29, 1977 after birdstrike penetrated through the windshield during
					low-level bombing pass at Evans Head Air Weapons Range, NSW.  The escape module was
					activated, but both crew were killed during the impact.
				A8-134 modified by General Dynamics as RF-111C
				A8-136 to RAAF Jul 25, 1973.  Crashed after fuel tank explosion near Armidale,NSW Apr 28, 1977. Both crew 
					ejected with the escape module.
				A8-137 to RAAF Oct 1, 1973.  Crashed after water ingestion into the engines during takeoff at Ohakea, New 
					Zealand Aug 24, 1979. Crew escaped with the escape module.  Crew's escape capsule now at RAAF Amberly
				A8-139 to RAAF Oct 1, 1973.  Crashed Jan 28, 1986 into sea near Moruya NSW.  2 crew killed.
				A8-141 to RAAF Oct 1, 1973.  A wheel bay explosion occured that was caused by a ruptured hot air line and 
					crashed into the Hauracki Gulf near Auckland, NZ Oct 25, 1978. Crew's escape capsule now at RAAF Amberly.
				A8-143 modified by General Dynamics as RF-111C.
				A8-146 modified by General Dynamics as RF-111C
67-0149/0150		Cancelled contract for General Dynamics F-111K for RAF 
				149/150 (MSN E1-01/02) were in final stages of assembly when RAF order was cancelled.  Redesignated YF-111A,
					but were never delivered.  RAF serials were XV902 and XV903
67-0151/0153		cancelled contract for General Dynamics TF-111K for RAF.
					RAF serials were to be XV884/AV886.
67-0154			cancelled contract for General Dynamics F-111K for RAF.
					RAF serial was to have been XV904
67-0155			cancelled contract for General Dynamics TF-111K for RAF
					RAF serial was to have been XV887
67-0156/0158		cancelled contract for General Dynamics F-111K for RAF
					RAF serials were to have been XV905/XV907.
67-0159/0163		General Dynamics FB-111A
				MSN B1-01/05
				0159 converted to F-111G.  Now on display at Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan, California
				0161 (MSN B1-03) named "Liquidator" with 380th BW in May 1989.  To AMARC as BF0003 May 6, 1991.  
					Reported scrapped Aug 14, 2013 at HVF West, Tucson, Arizona.
				0162 (MSN B1-04) converted to F-111G.  Named "City of Portales" with 27th FW in Apr 1993. 
					To AMARC as FV0168 Jun 30, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0163 (MSN B1-05) named "Moonlight Maid" with 380th BW Apr 1991.  to AMARC as BF0009 July 2, 1991.  
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
67-0164/0166		Lockheed C-141A-LM Starlifter
				MSN 300-6283/6285.  All converted to C-141B
				0164 (MSN 300-6283) was given the serial N4141A for a world tour.  
					To AMARC as CR0060 Nov 6, 1998.  Broken up Aug 20, 2003
				0165 (MSN 300-6284) to AMARC as CR0130 Jun 27, 2001
				0166 (MSN 300-6285) converted to C-141C.  To AMARC Nov 2003.  Must be back
					in service, as seen taxying at Christchurch AP, NZ Feb 25, 2004.  Flown
					to Scott AFB, Illinois Apr 7, 2006 with 445th AW and will be put
					on display in the heritage airpark being built there.
67-0167/0174		Lockheed C-5A Galaxy
				MSN 500-0006/0013.
				0167 to AMARC Jan 6, 2005 as CM0010.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0168 to AMARC Nov 3, 2004 as CM0009.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0169 to AMARC Apr 7, 2005 as CM0012.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0170 to AMARC Aug 13, 2004 as CM0007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0171 to AMARC Jul 12, 2004 as CM0006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0172 (MSN 500-0011) w/o in ground fire at Palmdale May 25, 1970
				0173 to AMARC Oct 13, 2004 as CM0008.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0174 to AMARC Jun 13, 2005 as CM0013.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
67-0175/0207		cancelled contract for McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II
67-0208/0219		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-33-MC Phantom
				0208 (MSN 2812) to Turkish AF in 1984 
				0209 (MSN 2816) with 4525th FWW w/o at Nellis AFB, Nevada Sep 13, 1968
				0210 (MSN 2820) credited with shooting down MiG-19 over North Vietnam Jun 2, 1972.  To MASDC Sep 1986.
					To Turkish AF in 1987.  To 132 Filo, WFU Oct 2004 
				0211 (MSN 2825) to Egyptian AF in Sep 1979 as 7805  
				0212 (MSN 2829) to Egyptian AF in Feb 1980 as 7825 
				0213 (MSN 2832) to Egyptian AF in Mar 1980 as 7830
				0214 (MSN 2835, 388th TFW, 34th TFS) shot down near Ban Ban, Laos Apr 25, 1970.  Pilot killed.
				0215 (MSN 2840) to Turkish AF in Nov 1984.  
				0216 (MSN 2843) to Turkish AF in Nov 1984.  Assiged as ground trainer at Izmir Abnan Menderes AB
				0217 (MSN 2848) to Turkish AF in Nov 1984 
				0218 (MSN 2854) to AMARC as FP388 Nov 20, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0219 (MSN 2859) with 388th TFW, 34th TFS shot down by AAA at Bam Senphan, Laos Nov 12, 1969. Both crew KIA.
67-0220/0282		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-34-MC Phantom
				0220 (MSN 2866) to AMARC as FP013 Sep 18, 1986.  To Turkish AF in 1987.  I have a 
					reference which has this plane as going to Egyptian AF in 1980 as 7831. 
				0221 (MSN 2870) to Turkish AF in Oct 1984 
				0222 (MSN 2873) to Turkish AF in Oct 1981
				0223 (MSN 2875) to AMARC as FP439 Jan 29, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0224 (MSN 2878) to South Korean AF Sep 1985.
				0225 (MSN 2881) with 36th TFW crashed Oct 1973 in Germany while on REFORGER mission.  Hit an armored personnel carrier and
					killed 11 people, the crew, 8 in the APC, and a farmer.
				0226 (MSN 2883) to Turkish AF in Jul 1987 
				0227 (MSN 2886) to Turkish AF in Dec 1981
				0228 (MSN 2888) to South Korean AF Sep 1985
				0229 (MSN 2891) to AMARC as FP389 Nov 21, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0230 (MSN 2894) to AMARC as FP020 Sep 22, 1986.  To Turkey in Aug 1987 
				0231 (MSN 2897) to Egyptian AF in Mar 1980 as 7833 
				0232 (MSN 2899) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Oct 15, 1972.  To AMARC as FP015 Sep 18, 1986.  
					To Turkey in Aug 1987
				0233 (MSN 2902) to Turkish AF in 1984.  Assigned as ground trainer at Gaziemir AB
				0234 (MSN 2905) with 432nd TRW, 4th TFS shot down by MiG-21 near Hanoi, North Vietnam Dec 17, 1972.  Crew POW
				0235 (MSN 2907) to target on Nellis Arnges, Nevada Mar 1992.
				0236 (MSN 2909) to Egyptian AF in Jul 1979 as 7810 .  Returned to USAF
				0237 (MSN 2912) WFU Oct 1989.  Currently on display at Point Cook Museum, Melbourne,
					Australia painted as RAF A69-7203 (69-7203). 
				0238 (MSN 2914) to Egyptian AF in Sep 1979 as 7811
				0239 (MSN 2917) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Aug 12, 1972.  To Egyptian AF in Jan 1980 as 7817
				0240 (MSN 2920) with 309th TFS, 31st TFW crashed due to fuel system problems Oct 10, 1978, where?
				0241 (MSN 2923) to AMARC as FP360 Oct 23, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0242 (MSN 2925) to Turkish AF in Aug 1981
				0243 (MSN 2927) with 308th TFS, 31st TFW shot down by MiG-21 near Bac Mai, North Vietnam Jun 27, 1972
				0244 (MSN 2930) with 56th TFW w/o Aug 30, 1976.
				0245 (MSN 2933) to AMARC as FP446 Feb 12, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0246 (MSN 2935) to AMARC as FP726 Jul 22, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0247 (MSN 2939) with 421st TFS, 366th TFW shot down in Laos Jan 20, 1972
				0248 (MSN 2941) to Turkish AF in Nov 1984 
				0249 (MSN 2944) to Sheppard AFB, TX as GF-4E.  On display with city of  Brownwood, Texas
				0250 (MSN 2947) with 35th TFW crashed Mar 19, 1982 in the Panamint Valley between Death Valley and
					China Lake, CA due to departure/flat spin.  Crew ejected safely. 
				0251 (MSN 2950) to Turkish AF in Dec 1981
				0252 (2/n 2952) to Turkish AF in 1987
				0253 (MSN 2954) with 8th TFW lost to ground fire near Ben Talon, Laos Dec 19, 1969. Crew ejected and were recovered.
				0254 (MSN 2957) with 307th TFS, 432nd TRW shot down near Quang Binh/Ba Don, North Vietnam Oct 10, 1972.  Both crewmen killed.
				0255 (MSN 2959) with, 307th TFS, 31st TFW collided in midair with Cessna 414 N8PR and crashed 7 mi S of Brighton, FL 
					Sep 13, 1976.  killed, 1 ejected safely. 4 onboard the Cessna also killed.
				0256 (MSN 2961) to AMARC as FP304 Sep 18, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0257 (MSN 2963) with 366th TFW crashed near Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Aug 17, 1970 after collision with F-4E 67-0312.
					Both crewmen killed
				0258 (MSN 2966) to Turkish AF in May 1984.  SOC at Eskisehir AB Jun 39, 1999 
				0259 (MSN 2969) to Turkish AF in Oct 1981
				0260 (MSN 2972) SOC Jan 27, 1992.  Assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Spangdahlem AB, Germany.
					Currently preserved at Flugwerft Oberschleissheim, near Munich, Germany
				0261 (cn 2975) 934th TFS, 388th TFW) crashed in Laos Aug 9, 1969 due to battle damage.
				0262 (MSN 2977) to Turkish AF in Dec 1981
				0263 (MSN 2979) to AMARC as FP376 Nov 7, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0264 (MSN 2982) to Egyptian AF in Sep 1979 as 7809
				0265 (MSN 2894) to Turkish AF in Mar 1991
				0266 (MSN 2987, 35th TFW, 20th TFTS) destroyed in midair collision with F-4E 75-0630 at Furnace Creek, 
					California Jul 26, 1990.
				0267 (MSN 2989) with 421st TFS, 366th TFW crashed into sea off Da Nang AB, South Vietnam due to battle damage Jan 20, 1971
				0268 (MSN 2992) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Sep 12, 1972.  To Turkish AF in Jul 1987
				0269 (MSN 2994) to Turkish AF in Jun 1987
				0270 (MSN 2997) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Jul 8, 1972.  Currently on display with New
					Jersey ANG at McGuire AFB, New Jerseu 
				0271 (MSN 3001) with 37th TFW collided in midair with F-4G 69-7223 and crashed near Aurich, West Germany 
					while inbound to Jever AB Jun 1, 1984.
				0272 (MSN 3004) to Turkish AF in Jul 1987.  SOC Jun 22, 1999 and salvaged at Aliaga
				0273 (MSN 3006) to Turkish AF in Apr 1984.  SOC Jun 22, 1999
				0274 (MSN 3009) to AMARC as FP017 Sep 22, 1986.  To Turkey in Aug 1987
				0275 (MSN 3011) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Sep 12, 1972.  To AMARC as FP310 Sep 25, 1989.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Went to Dutch Military Aviation Museum, Soesterberg, Netherlands in 2013.
				0276 (MSN 3013) with 18th TFS, 21st CW crshed near Eielson AFB, Alaska Jul 14, 1981.  Both crewmen killed.
				0277 (MSN 3015) with 34th TFS, 388th TFW) shot down by SA-2 near Kep, North Vietnam Jul 1, 1972.
				0278 (MSN 3018) flew with Thunderbirds.  To Egyptian AF in Mar 1980 as 7835.
				0279 (MSN 3021) with 34th TFS, 388th TFW crashed in Laos Jun 30, 1970.  Both crewmen killed.
				0280 (MSN 3024) to Turkey in Nov 1987.  On display at Sivrisihar, Turkey in 2010.
				0281 (MSN 3027) credited with shooting down MiG-19 over North Vietnam May 23, 1972.
					With 421st TFS, 355th TFW) shot down by AAA over Cambodia Apr 18, 1973. 2 KIA.
				0282 (MSN 3029) w/o Mar 9, 1970
67-0283/0341		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-35-MC Phantom
				0283 (MSN 3032) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Jun 21, 1972.  To AMARC Sep 1986.  To South Korean AF.
				0284 (MSN 3034) 34th TFS, 388th TFW) crashed near Korat AB, Thailand due to fuel system failure Jan 9, 1974.
				0285 (MSN 3037) to AMARC as FP0010 Sep 18, 1986.  To Turkish AF in 1987.  With
					132 Filo, veered off runway during attempted takeoff at Iszmir, Cigli,
					Turkey May 2, 2002.  Both crew members ejected, suffering minor injuries.
					Aircraft badly damaged and reported Oct 2006 still in open storage
					at Izmir-Cigli in unrepaired state.  AFM Nov 2006. Burned in fire training at Cigli AB.
				0286 (MSN 3040) with 388th TFW, 469th TFS crashed while attacking a target near Ban Kate, Laos Jan 25/26, 1969. Both crew MIA.
				0287 (MSN 3043) with 388th TFW crashed near Udorn AB, Thailand after collision with F-4 71-0241 Dec 28, 1974.
				0288 (MSN 3046) to AMARC as FP369 Oct 30, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0289 (MSN 3048) to Egyptian AF in Feb 1980 as 7817
				0290 severely damaged after flying through some trees in 1979.  Entire nose had to be
					replaced as well as the wing assembly. To Turkish AF in Dec 1984 
				0291 (4th TFS, 366th TFW) shot down near Da Nang, South Vietnam Aug 3, 1969
				0292 credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Jul 29, 1972.  Credited with shooting down MiG-21 
					over North Vietnam Sep 29, 1972.  Shot down by MiG-21/Atoll near Hanoi, North Vietnam Dec 27, 1972.
				0293 (469th TFS, 388th TFW) shot down near Ban Ban, Laos May 7, 1970
				0294 (469th TFS, 388th TFW) crashed on takeoff at Korat AB, Thailand Jan 14, 1969.  Both crewmen killed.
				0295 (469th TFS, 388th TFW) shot down near Tavouac, Laos Jun 9, 1970.
				0296 (388th TFW, 469th TFS) shot down by MiG-21PFM/Atoll near Hanoi, North Vietnam Jul 5, 1972. Both crew KIA.
				0297 (421st TFW, 366th TFW) shot down near Sre Chas/Songkum-andet, Cambodia Jun 18, 1970.  Both crewmen killed.
				0298 (MSN 3073) to AMARC as FP016 Sep 19, 1986.  To Turkey in Apr 1992
				0299 (MSN 3076) to AMARC as FP727 Jul 22, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0300 (MSN 3079) with 469th TFS, 388th TFW shot down near Ban Ban, Laos Dec 5, 1969.  Both crewmen killed.
				0301 (MSN 3081) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Oct 15, 1972.  To Turkey in Apr 1992.  
					Crashed into Aegean Sea off the island of Lesbos Dec 28, 1995.  Pilot killed.
				0302 (MSN 3083) to AMARC as FP008 Sep 16, 1986.  To Turkey in Sep 1987
				0303 (MSN 3086) with 34th TFS, 388th TFW crashed into Gulf of Tonkin off Vinh Moc, North Vietnam due to 
					battle damage Jun 8, 1972.
				0304 (MSN 3089) to Turkish AF in Jul 1981.  Assigned as ground trainer at Gaziemir AB.
				0305 (MSN 3092) to Egyptian AF in Jan 1980 as 7820
				0306 MSN 3095) crashed near Elmendorf AFB, Alaska Jan 6, 1976
				0307 (MSN 3098) to Egyptian AF in Sep 1979 as 7816
				0308 (MSN 3101) with 35th TFW crashed during bomb run over Leach Lake Ranges Sep 9, 1985.  One killed.
				0309 MSN 3103) to Egyptian AF in Feb 1980 as 7828
				0310 (436th TFS, 31st TFW) w/o Sep 10, 1971
				0311 (MSN 3108) to AMARC as FP296 Aug 30, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0312 (MSN 3111) with 366th TFW crashed near Da Nang AB, South Vietnam after collision with F-4 67-0257 Aug 17, 1970.
					Both crewmen killed.
				0313 (MSN 3114) to Egyptian AF in Sep 1979 as 7815
				0314 (MSN 3117) with 4th TFS, 366th TFW crashed into sea off Da Nang AB, South Vietnam due to battle damage Jun 27, 1972
				0315 (MSN 3120) with 335th TFS, 4th TFW crashed Sep 5, 1986 shortly after takeoff about 10 mi from Seymour Johnson AFB,  
					North Carolina due to foam in fuel. Both crew members ejected safely.
				0316 (MSN 3122) with 469th TFS at Korat Nov 1971 to Nov 1972.  To ANG.  To
					Turkish AF in May 1984.  Crashed Apr 5, 1985 following an ejection by
					both crew members.
				0317 (MSN 3125) to Egyptian AF in Sep 1979 as 7806.
				0318 (MSN 3127) with 577th FWW crashed near Elgin, Nevada after collision with F-4 68-0492 Sep 27, 1971. 
				0319 (MSN 3130) to Turkish AF in Apr 1992
				0320 (MSN 3133) to AMARC as FP435 1/23/1990.  To QF-4E at Holloman AFB as AF118 10/1/1997.  W/o Oct 3, 2001
					at Holloman AFB, NM when crashed on runway during unmanned flight.  Cause of crash as tri-axis rate
					gyro being installed incorrectly due to bad diagram in maintenance manual.
				0321 (MSN 3136) with 366th TFW damaged during combat over North Vietnam in 1973, with rudder shot away, no drag chute, 
					half the trailing edge slat on each side destroyed and moderate damage to right engine and wings.   
					Made successful landing and barrier engagement at Takhli AB.  Sent to be a target on Nellis Ranges, 
					Nevada Mar 1992.
				0322 (MSN 3139) to Egyptian AF in Sep 1979 as 7812
				0323 (MSN 3142) with 421st TFS, 366th TFW shot down near Quang Ngai, South Vietnam Aug 1, 1969.  Both crewmen killed.
				0324 (MSN 3144) to AMARC as FP316 Oct 2, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0325 (MSN 3146) with 421st TFS, 366th TFW shot down near Quang Ngai, South Vietnam  Aug 4, 1969.  Both crewmen killed.
				0326 (MSN 3148) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Oct 19, 1973, Nickel Grass,as 324. later 326.   Shot down 
					in error by friendly ground fire Feb 2, 1977.
				0327 (MSN 3151) shot down MiG-21 9/9/1972.  On display at Luke AFB Air Park, Phoenix, Arizona,
				0328 (MSN 3154) loaned to Egypt in 1980, returned to USA and went to the 20th TFTS.  
					To AMARC as FP319 Oct 3, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0329 (MSN 3157) with 366th TFW shot down near Tavouac, Laos Dec 1, 1970
				0330 (MSN 3160) with 4501st TRS, 1st TRW crashed on Avon Park Range, FL Jun 27, 1973.  Both crewmen killed.
				0331 MSN 3163) to Turkish AF in Nov 1991
				0332 (MSN 3165) to Egyptian AF in Sep 1980 as 7824.
				0333 (MSN 3168) shot down MiG-21 over North Vietnam May 23, 1972.  To AMARC as FP333 Oct 11, 1989.
					Aircraft currently resides at Norwegian Aviation Museum, Bodo, Norway.
				0334 (MSN 3170) to AMARC as FP012 Sep 18,1986.  To Turkey in Oct 1987.  On display at Cigli AB, Izmir, 
					Turkish AF in Jun 2011.
				0335 (MSN 3173) with 366th TFW shot down near Maung Fangdeng/Tomie Kong River, Laos May 6, 1971
				0336 (MSN 3176) to Turkish AF in Jul 1981.  Crashed Malatya, Turkey Jul 19, 1994.  Crew ejected safely.
				0337 (MSN 3179) to AMARC as FP380 11/13/1989.  To QF-4E drone at Holloman AFB as AF121 3/26/1997.  
					Crashed Oct 25, 2001 in Gulf of Mexico with 53rd WEG.
				0338 (MSN 3182) to Turkish AF in Feb 1982
				0339  (MSN 3185) with 388th TFW, 469th TFS shot down by MiG-21PFM/Atoll Near Hanoi, North Vietnam Jul 5, 1972. 
					Both crew ejected and POW..
				0340 (MSN 3187) to Israel Defense Force Air Force in 1973, Nickel Grass.  Serial number 327
				0341 (MSN 3189) to Egyptian AF in Jan 1980 as 7832.    
67-0342/0398		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-36-MC Phantom
				0342 (MSN 3191) to Turkish AF in Nov 1984.  
				0343 (MSN 3194) to AMARC as FP769 Oct 2, 1991.  To QF-4E drone at Tyndall AFB as AF111 10/30/1996.
					Expended in missile test Dec 15, 1999.
				0344 (MSN 3197) to Turkish AF in Nov 1987
				0345 (MSN 3200) to Hellenic AF in Aug 1991.  Converted to F-4E SRA.  Flown
					to Thessaloniki AB for preservation May 29, 2006.
				0346 (MSN 3203) to Israel Defense Force Air Force in 1973, Nickel Grass.  Serials 329, 327, and 287.  W/o Oct 1, 1975.
				0347 (MSN 3205) served with 51st TFW and transferred in 1989 to Republic of Korea AF as 70-347.  Noted as
					decoy at Cheongju AB in Oct 2013.
				0348 (MSN 3207) to AMARC as FP1054 Oct 3, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0349 (MSN 3210) to AMARC as FP0639 2/4/1991.  To QF-4E drone at Holloman AFB as AF119 1/6/1997.
					Expended in missile test May 14, 2002.
				0350 (MSN 3212) to Hellenic AF in Aug 1991.  WFU Mar 2007
				0351 (MSN 3215) served with 51st TFW and transferred in Jan 1989 to Republic of Korea AF as 70-351
				0352 (MSN 3217) with 4546th TFTS, 479th TFW crashed near George AFB, California Apr 9, 1969.
				0353 (MSN 3219) to Turkish AF in Jul 1992
				0354 (MSN 3221) to Turkish AF in Nov 1987
				0355 (MSN 3223) to Egyptian AF in Jan 1980 as 7819
				0356 (MSN 3225) to AMARC as FP654 4/8/1991.  To QF-4E drone AF-127 at Tyndall 
					AFB 2/18/1997.   Expended in missile test May 22, 2001.  
				0357 (MSN 3227) with 421st TFS, 366th TFW crashed near Da Nang AB, South Vietnam on training flight Jan 7, 1970
				0358 (MSN 3230) suffered ground fire damage to port leading edge aft of slat and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin May 21, 1972
				0359 (MSN 3232) with 469th TFS, 388th TFW shot down over Laos Jan 2, 1971.
				0360 (MSN 3234) to Turkish AF Nov 23, 1991.  Noted at Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul May 2003.
				0361 (MSN 3236) with 347th TFW crashed in Ocala National Forest, Florida Jan 9, 1986
				0362 (MSN 3238) shot down two MiG-21s over North Vietnam Jul 8 1972.  To Israel Defense Force Air Force in 1973, 
					Nickel Grass.  Serials 35, 135, and 328.  WFU at Hatzerim AB May 2004.
				0363 (MSN 3240) with 31st TFW crashed in Florida after collision with F-4E 68-0359 May 8, 1972
				0364 (MSN 3242) to AMARC as FP622 Mar 19, 1991.  To QF-4E AF343 with 82nd ATRS
				0365 (MSN 3244) with 555th TFS, 432nd TRW shot down by MiG-21/Atoll near Yen Bai/Tuyen Quang, North Vietnam Jun 13, 1972.
				0366 (MSN 3246) to Egyptian AF in Mar 1980 as 7832
				0367 (MSN 3248) with 31st TFW crashed at Thunderbird Lake, north of Nellis AFB Dec 22, 1972.
					2 crew killed.     
				0368 (MSN 3250) to Israel Defense Force Air Force in 1973, Nickel Grass.  Serial 333.  WFU at Hatzerim AB in 1997
				0369 (MSN 3252) served with 51st TFW and transferred in 1989 to Republic of Korea AF as 70-269.  Noted in
					Oct 2011 preserved at Gyeryong Garrison.
				0370 (MSN 3254) to AMARC as FP743 Aug 29, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0371 9MSN 3256) to Egyptian AF in Sep 1979 as 7807   
				0372 (MSN 3258) to Turkish AF in Aug 1991.  Crashed at Eskishir air base, Turkey
					Apr 14, 1992.  Crew killed.
				0373 MSN 3260) to Egyptian AF in Sep 1979 as 7808
				0374 (MSN 3262) with 4th TFW, 336th FS shot down by AAA at Lomphat, Cambodia Jun 16, 1973. 2 KIA.
				0375 (MSN 3264) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Carswell AFB, Texas Aug 1990.  Currently on display 
					at NAS Fort Worth JRB, Texas.     
				0376 (MSN 3267) to Turkey in Aug 1991
				0377 (MSN 3269) to Greece in Nov 1991.  Put in storage at Larissa AB.
				0378 (MSN 3271) with 31st TFW w/o Dec 5, 1971.
				0379 (MSN 3273) sent to be target on Nellis Ranges, Nevada Mar 1992.
				0380 (MSN 3275) with 479th TFW crashed in California Jun 18, 1969
				0381 (MSN 3277) to Hellenic AF in Aug 1991.  WFU at Andravida AB, and put into storage at Larissa AB.
				0382 (MSN 3279) to Turkish AF in Aug 1991  w/o Aug 28, 1996.
				0383 (MSN 3281) to Israel Defense Force Air Force in Oct 1973, Nickel Grass.  Serial 326.  WFU at Hatzerim AB in 1998
				0384 (MSN 3283) was preserved at Ruidoso Apt, NM.  Arrived at Freedom Museum in Pampa, Texas from Ruidoso in Sep 2008.
				0385 (MSN 3285) with 34th TFS, 388th TFW crashed while landing at Korat AB, Thailand in bad weather Sep 22, 1972.
				0386 (MSN 3287) with 58th TFS, 432nd TRS shot down by unidentified fighter near Yen Bai/Hanoi, North Vietnam May 10, 1972.
					Both crewmen killed.
				0387 (MSN 3289) to Turkish AF in Nov 1984.  Crashed near Izmir AB Mar 21, 1986.
				0388 (MSN 3292) was presrved at Clark AB, Philippines.  Also noted as going to Egyptian AF in 1980
				0389 (MSN 3294) on display at Indiana ANG, Fort Wayne IAP, Indiana.
				0390 (MSN 3297) to AMARC as FP642 4/3/1991.  To QF-4E drone at Holloman AFB as AF126.  W/o Mar 25, 1998.
				0391 (MSN 3299) to Turkish AF in Aug 1991
				0392 (MSN 3301) credited with shooting down MiG-19 over North Vietnam Sep 2, 1972.  Credited with
					shooting down MiG-19 over North Vietnam Oct 6, 1972.  Noted Aug 2003 at Virginia Air and Space 
					Center, Hampton, Virginia
				0393 (MSN 3303) with 432nd TRW crashed near Chandy, Thailand Nov 12, 1974.
				0394 (MSN 3305) with 196th TFS, California ANG crashed after takeoff from March AFB, California Jul 6, 1989
				0395 (MSN 3307) to Turkish AF in Oct 1991
				0396 (MSN 3310) to Turkish AF in Mar 1991
				0397 (MSN 3312) with 4546th TFTS, 497th TFW crashed near Rosamond, California Apr 9, 1970.   Wreck seen at George AFB, 
					California Apr 9, 1970.
				0398 (MSN 3315) to Turkey in Jul 1991
67-0399/0427		cancelled contract for McDonnell F-4E Phantom II
67-0428/0442		McDonnell Douglas RF-4C-33-MC Phantom
				0428 (MSN 2721) to AMARC as FP699 Jun 13, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. 
					To QRF-4C AF367 with 82nd ATRS
				0429 (MSN 2732) to AMARC as FP918 Apr 19, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
					To QRF-4C AF409 with 82nd ATRS
				0430 (MSN 2748) with 33rd TRTS, 363rt TRW crashed near Beech Creek, South Carolina Dec 10, 1980
				0431 (MSN 2760) with 67th TRW crashed near Riverside/Austin, Texas Apr 11, 1988.
				0432 (MSN 2769) to South Korean AF Dec 1989
				0433 (MSN 2779) to AMARC as FP813 Feb 5, 1992  Converted to QRF-4C drone AF325, reported
					Aug 2008 with 82nd ATRS.
				0434 (MSN 2785) to AMARC as FP931 Jun 16, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0435 (MSN 2796) to South Korean AF as 70-435 in Dec 1989.
				0436 (MSN 2807) with 363rd TFW crash on range at Nellis AFB Mar 23, 1978.
				0437 (MSN 2817) with 15th TFS, 18th TFW w/o Aug 1, 1972.
				0438 (MSN 2828) to AMARC as FP754 Sep 9, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0439 (MSN 2838) with 153rd TRS, Mississippi ANG crashed near Sprott/Marion, Pery County, Alabama Mar 26, 1980. Both crewmen killed.
				0440 (MSN 2844) with 91st TRS, 67th TRW collided with F-4 68-591 over Lake Brownwood, Texas Jan 21, 1987.  Both crewmen killed.
				0441 (MSN 2853) to AMARC as FP766 Oct 1, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0442 (MSN 2861) to AMARC as FP753 Sep 9, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
67-0443/0453		McDonnell RF-4C-34-MC Phantom
				0443 (MSN 2868) to AMARC as FP775 Oct 22, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C with
					82nd ATRS
				0444 (MSN 2880) to AMARC Mar 1992.  Currently on display at American Legion Post 224, Dumas, Texas
				0445 (MSN 2890) with 45th TRS, 67th TRW w/o Sep 7, 1976
				0446 (MSN 2904) with 460th TRW, 16th TRS crashed at Lam Dong Province, South Vietnam due to pilot spatial 
					disorentiation Apr 12, 1969. Pilot KIA, WSO rescued
				0447 (MSN 2916) with 460th TRW, 16th TRS crashed near Nha Trang, South Vietnam Jan 29, 1969.  Both crew KIA.
				0448 (MSN 2932) to AMARC as FP686 Jun 6, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Converted to 
					QRF-4C drone.
				0449 (MSN 2949) to AMARC as FP923 May 4, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0450 (MSN 2967) to AMARC as FP724 Jul 18, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0451 (MSN 2985) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Hill AFB.
				0452 (MSN 3003) preserved at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, Florida.
				0453 (MSN 3023) to AMARC as FP784 Nov 5, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C AF355
					with 82nd ATRS.
67-0454/0461		McDonnell Douglas RF-4C-35-MC Phantom
				0454 (MSN 3039) to AMARC as FP676 May 22, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. Converted to 
					QRF-4C drone, back to AMARC
					May 15, 2012.
				0455 (MSN 3058) to AMARC as FP341 Oct 13, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0456 (MSN 3078) to AMARC as FP922 Apr 29, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0457 (MSN 3097) to South Korea as 70-457 Jan 1990
				0458 (MSN 3118) to AMARC as FP672 May 9, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C with 
					82nd ATRS.
				0459 (MSN 3137) to AMARC as FP298 Aug 31, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0460 (MSN 3161) with 922nd TRWS, 67th TRW w/o at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho Jan 14, 1970.
				0461 (MSN 3177) to South Korean AF as 70-461 Jan 1990
67-0462/0469		McDonnell Douglas RF-4C-36-MC Phantom
				0462 (MSN 3193) to AMARC as FP698 Jun 13, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. To QRF-4C AF401
				0463 (MSN 3209) to AMARC as FP917 Apr 13, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0464 (MSN 3224) to AMARC as FP377 Nov 8, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0465 (MSN 3241) to AMARC as FP383 Nov 16, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0466 (MSN 3257) to AMARC as FP910 Apr 6, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0467 (MSN 3274) to AMARC as FP759 Sep 16, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0468 (MSN 3291) with 38th TRS, 26th TRW crashed in Georgia Apr 30, 1981.
				0469 (MSN 3308) to AMARC as FP782 Oct 31, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C AF394.
67-0470/0668		Boeing LGM-30F Minuteman missiles
67-0669/0694		cancelled contract for Boeing LGM-30F Minuteman
67-0695/5879		Martin AGM-12C Bullpup missiles
67-5880/6712		Texas Instruments AGM-45A-3 Shrike	
67-6713/7017		Texas Instruments AGM-45A-4 Shrike
67-7018/7182		Texas Instruments AGM-45A-3 Shrike
67-7183/7185		Lockheed HC-130E Hercules
				To US Coast Guard as 1452/1454.  All returned to USAF as C-130H
				7183 and 7184 operated by Peruvian National Police as PNP-023 and PNP-025 between 1989 and 1990.
					Not sure which was which.
				7183 (MSN 382-4255) to US Coast Guard as 1452, then returned to USAF as C-130H.
					To MASDC as 45015 and transferred to USAF inventory as CF0043.
					While flown by by 310th Airlift Squadron at Howard AFB, Panama was on antidrug 
					mission when was fired on by two Peruvian AF Su-22 fighters with cannon fire 
					Apr 24, 1992.  Six of 14 crewmembers were injured, and one died when he was blown 
					from a hole in the aircraft.  Aircraft landed in an air strip at Talara in northern 
					coast of Peru near the Ecuadorian border.  To AMARC Jan 11, 1993 as CF0119.
					Sold as scrap HVF west LLC Tucson, AZ
				7184 (MSN 382-4260) was 1000-th Hercules built. To MASDC as 45012,
					reallocated code CF0045.
				7185 (MSN 382-4265) to MASDC as 45010, reallocated code CF044
					Jun 14, 1984.
67-7186/7191		Martin LGM-25 Titan
				Contract cancelled
67-7192/7196		General Dynamics FB-111A
				MSN B1-6/10.
				7192 severely damaged during landing at Pease AFB but rebuilt by using
					spare parts and a large chunk of 67-0160. To AMARC as BF0010 July 2, 1991.
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				7193 was first FB-111A delivered to SAC Oct 8, 1969, to 340th BG at Carswell AFB.
					Converted to F-111G.  To AMARC as FV0158 Mar 29, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7194 (MSN B1-8) named "Necessary Evil"  with 509th BW in Aug 1989.
					Damaged in nosegear collapse and nose section had to be rebuilt.
					Second landing mishap occured when landing in fog at Pease AFB, NH
					and hit an approach light stanchion, causing the damaged main
					landing gear to separate from the fuselage at touchdown.  A fire
					ensued, destroying the rear fusage from main wheel well aft.  
					Replacement wings were installed, 194's aft section was removed
					and replaced with the aft section of 67-0160 and the vertical
					stabilizer from 69-6513.  Converted to F-111G.  To AMARC as 
					FV0157 Mar 15, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7195 to AMARC as BF0004 May 28, 1991.
				7196 (MSN B1-10) named "Ruptured Duck" with 590th BW in May 1989.  Converted to F-111G.  
					To AMARC as FV0156 Mar 2, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
67-7197/10586		Martin-Hughes AGM-62A Walleye missiles
67-10587/14496		Hughes AIM-4D Falcon missiles
67-14426/14432		Sikorsky CH-53A
				MSN 65-019/025.
				Numbers temporarily assigned to CH-53As 152392/152398 borrowed from
				USMC to fill a temporary shortage of training aircraft.  All returned to USMC.
67-14487/14496		Cessna U-17A
				Contract cancelled
67-14497/14502		Cessna U-17A
				14497,14500 to South Vietnam
				14497 MSN 185-01213
				14498 MSN 185-01219
				14499 MSN 185-01222
				14500 MSN 185-01224
				14501 MSN 185-01227
				14502 MSN 185-01231
67-14503/14541		Cessna A-37A Dragonfly
				All were were formerly T-37B 55-4303,4305,4306,4308/4316,4318/4320.
				56-3464/3475,3477/3479,3481/3484,3486,3487, 3489/3491.
				14522,14524,14525 to GA-37A
				14503 (604th Air Command Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing) crashed Nov 3, 1967 near Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province 
					South Vietnam during a Close Air Support Mission Near Bien Hoa South Vietnam. Pilot killed.
				14504 (MSN 40019) to MASDC as TL0019 Sep 19, 1974.  Declared excess Dec 10, 1975.
					Seen 2008 at Hangar 25 Museum, Big Spring, TX painted as 55-4305.
				14505 (MSN 40020) to MASDC as TL0024 Oct 2, 1974.  Declared excess Dec 10, 1975.  
					Fuselage stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ
				14506 (604th Air Command Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing) shot down by ground fire Mar 11, 1968
					near Lang Phuoc Hai 12 Miles Northeast of Vung Tau, Phuoc Tuy Province South Vietnam
					while flying a close air support mission.  Pilot KIA 
				14507 to South Vietnam AF
				14508 (604th Air Command Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing) hit by small arms fire in tail while
					approaching Bien Hoa air base, South Vietnam while returning from close air support mission Aug 21, 1967.
					Pilot ejected 3 mi E of airfield and was rescued.
				14509 (MSN 40025) to MASDC as TL0023 Sep 30,1974.  Declared excess Dec 10, 1975.
					Fuselage stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ
				14510 (MSN 40026) to MASDC as TO0017 Sep 25, 1974.  Registered N91RW 1993.  
					Fuselage stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ.  As N91RW was with Indiana Aviartion Museum, Valparazo prior
					to the museum's closeure Oct 29, 2010.  Up for sale.
				14513 (604th SOS) burned after emergency landing at Bien Hoa AB, South
					Vietnam Oct 1968.
				14514 (MSN 40030) to MASDC Sep 16, 1974.  Declared excess Dec 10, 1975.
					Fuselage stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ
				14516 (MSN 40033) to MASDC as TL0011.  Declared excess Dec 10, 1975.
					Fuselage stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ
				14517 (3rd TFW, 604th ACS) destroyed by VC shelling and rocket attack at Bien Hoa, SVN Jan 31, 1968.
				14518 (604th Air Command Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing) shot down by automatic weapons fire April 17, 1968
					About 10 Miles East of Song Be, Phuoc Long Province South Vietnam.  Aircraft burst into flames and pilot
					ejected. U.S. Army helicopter arrived 20 Minutes Later but could not find him. Believed he was captured or 
					killed By The VC. 
				14519 (MSN 40037) to MASDC as TL0020 Sep 20, 1974.  Declared excess Dec 10, 1975. 
				14520 at Fort Rucker museum, painted as "63466".  Need confirmation.
				14521 (604th Air Command Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing) crashed (unknown cause) Mar 3, 1968
					5 Miles South of Bac Lieu, An Xugen Province South Vietnam.  Pilot killed.
				14522 (MSN 40040) to MASDC as TL0013.  To Inter-American Air Force Academy,
					Albrook AFB, Panama Jan 2, 1974.
				14523 (604th Air Command Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing) crashed Dec 4, 1969 after hitting the top of tree on bombing run 
					over South Vietnam.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				14524 (MSN 40042) to MASDC. as TL0014.  To Inter-American Air Force Academy,
					Albrook AFB, Panama Jan 2, 1974.
				14525 (MSN 40043) to MASDC as TL0015.  Now on display at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia.
				14526 (604th Air Command Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing) shot down by ground fire Dec 17, 1969
					near Phuoc Binh 35 Miles North of Saigon, Binh Duong Province South Vietnam.  Pilot KIA.
				14527 (604th Air Command Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing) shot down Apr 23, 1968 near Rang Rang, 30 Miles 
					Northeast of Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province South Vietnam while escorting C-123 Ranch Hand spray flight.
					Pilot killed.
				14528 flying as N128RA with Condor Corp of Milwaukee, WI
				14529 (MSN 40048) in display at Bac-Mai museum, Hanoi, Vietnam, marked as Vietnam AF 0475.
				14530 (MSN 40049) to MASDC as TL0018 Sep 18, 1974.  Declared excess Dec 10, 1975.
				14531 (MSN 40050) to MASDC as TL0022 Sep 26, 1974.  Declared excess Dec 10, 1975.
					Fuselage stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ
				14532 flying as N132RA with Condor Corp of Milwaukee, WI
				14533 flying as N133RA with Condor Corp of Milwaukee, WI
				14534 flying as N134RA with Condor Corp of Milwaukee, WI
				14535 to N3757U in Apr 1980
				14536 flying as N136RA with Condor Corp of Milwaukee, WI
				14537 is presumably the aircraft operated by Thunderbird Aviation of
					Phoenix, AZ in late 1980s with MSN quoted as '6714537'  Civil 
					registry is N3757Z
				14538 flying as N138RA with Condor Corp of Milwaukee, WI
				14541 (MSN 40064) to MASDC as TL0012.  Declared excess Dec 10, 1975.
					Fuselage stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ
67-14542/14543		Cessna U-17B
				For FMS
				14542 MSN 185-01251
				14543 MSN 185-01252
67-14544/14579		Lockheed SRM-81 Agena
				The Agena space vehicle was used as upper stage with SLV-2 Thor, SLV-3 Atlas and SLV-5 Titan boosters to 
					launch a variety of military and civilian payloads into orbit.
67-14580/14581		Cessna U-17C
				For FMS
				14580 MSN 180-51795?
				14581 MSN 180-51796?
67-14582/14584		Ling-Temco-Vought YA-7D-1-CV Corsair II
				MSN D.001/003
				14582 to AMARC as AE0231 Sep 28, 1992
				14583 on display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum Airpark, Edwards AFB, CA.
				14584 first flight 9/26/68. To US Navy as 714584.  To AMARC as AE0230 Sep 28, 1992.
67-14585/14586		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D Corsair II
				MSN D.004/005.
				14586 while assigned to Eglin AFB, Florida's 3246th Test Wing, Air 
					Development & Test Center for mission support, suffered engine failure 
					on take-off from Tallahassee Municipal Airport, Florida and made forced 
					landing in December 1975, coming down largely intact. Airframe was hauled 
					back to Eglin AFB on a truck, where it was either scrapped or became a target hulk.
67-14587/14601		Cancelled contract for Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D Corsair II
67-14602/14603		Cessna U-17C
				14602 MSN 180-51687.  to Guatemala
				14603 MSN 180-51851?
67-14604/14613		North American Rockwell OV-10A-5-NH Bronco
				MSN 321-12/21 (or 305-12/21
				14604 to AMARC as HA0005 Feb 6, 1991.
				14605 (MSN 305-13) to Philippines.  Damaged by insurgents Nov 1992.  Reported seen Oct 7, 2004 at Boeing Facility,
					Mesa, AZ, allegedly to go to Colombian AF.
				14606 to GOV-10A
				14607 in ground fire at Hurlburt Field 1972/73.  Scrapped.
				14608 (MSN 305A-16) to Colombian AF as FAC2211.  Crashed at BA Ernesto Esquerra Jan 23, 2000.
				14609 (MSN 305A-17) to Colombian AF as FAC2210
				14610 (MSN 305-18) to Philippines
				14611 (MSN 305-19) to Philippines.  Crashed into mangrove swamp
					near Bautista AB, Palawan, Philippines Aug 18, 1995.  Entered
					uncontrollable spin following a flypast over Puerto
					Princesa.  Pilot killed.   Plane seen in hangar 2014 awaiting refurbishment.
				14612 to US Bureau of Land Management as N95LM in 1992.  To California Department of 
					Forestry as a spare.
				14613 (MSN 305-21) to Philippines.  Crashed shortly after takeoff from
					Cauayan AB, Isabela, Philippines May 31, 1993. Pilot survived.
67-14614/14623		North American Rockwell OV-10A-10-NH Bronco
				MSN 321-22/31 (or 305-22/31)
				14614 (MSN 305-22). Noted 2003 at Texas Air Command Museum, 
					Meacham Field, Fort Worth, TX
				14615 (MSN 305A-23) used in Pave Nail laser designator program in 1970.
					To US Bureau of Land Management as N93LM in 1992.  To California Department of
					Forestry as spare.  On display Nov 2010 in Estrella Warbird Museum, Paso Robles, California.
				14618 (MSN 305A-26) to AMARC as HA0007 Feb 27, 1991.  Tailbooms noted in Marsh
					Aviation Compound, Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Nov 2002.  Noted
					Oct 7, 2004 at Boeing Facility, Mesa, AZ, allegedly to
					go to Colombian AF.
				14620 crashed on takeoff at Nakhon Phanom, Thailand with 23TASS/504TASG Feb 24, 1972. Pilot OK
				14621 to Venezuela as FAV 5021.  US civil registration N4621 reserved Feb 2002.
				14622 shot down by ground fire near Quang Tri, AVN May 19, 1972.  With 20TASS/366TFW.
				14623 (MSN 305-31) transfered to USMC as 674623.  To MASDC Jul 31, 1992 as 1V0028 and later HA0009.
					Noted recently at English Field Air & Space Museum, Tradewind AP, Amarillo, TX
					Seen in 2009 at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia
67-14624/14633		North American OV-10A-15-NH Bronco
				MSN 321-32/41 (or 305-32/41)
				14624 to Venezuela as FAV 9004
				14625 to Colombian AF as FAC-2213.  Noted cocooned at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Nov 2002.
				14626 delivered to the Air Force on June 27, 1968.   Almost immediately the aircraft was disassembled, crated, 
					and shipped by sea to South Vietnam.   Upon arrival, it was reassembled and painted with its gray war paint and 
					assigned to the 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa Airbase, South Vietnam.   In 1975 the aircraft 
					left Southeast Asia and was assigned to Germany.   In 1984 the aircraft returned to the States with an 
					assignment at George AFB, California. In 1988 the aircraft moved to the east coast with an assignment 
					to Shaw AFB, South Carolina and eventually dropped from the inventory in August 1991.  To MASDC Aug 6, 1992 
					as 1V0029 and later HA0010.   Put on display at Kelly AFB, Texas.  The aircraft arrived at Hurlburt in 
					January 2000 from Kelly AFB, Texas where it had been utilized as a maintenance trainer. On February 16, 2000 the
				 	aircraft was placed on display in the Hurlburt Field Memorial Air Park, Florida.
				14627 collided with AC-47D 43-49274 6 mi SE of Truc Giang, SVN Dec 13, 1968 while with 19TASS/504TASG.
					Both crew killed.
				14628 crash landed at Tian airfield Dec 5, 1969 and damaged beyond repair.  was with 19TASS/504TASG. 
				14629 (MSN 305-37) to Philippines
				14630 (MSN 305-38) to Philippines.  Crashed off coast of Palawan Jun 23, 2013.
				14631 crashed after both engines failed during training flight in 13 mi NW of Phan Rang, South Vietnam 
					Nov 11, 1968.  Both crew ejected safely.  Was with 19TASS/504TASG
				14632 crashed after engine failed on takeoff at Da Nang, SVN Nov 23, 1972.  Was with 23TASS/56SOW.
				14633 (504th TASC, 19th TASS) shot down by machine gun fire near Ben Cat, 15 m NW of Bien Hoa, SVN Jul 26, 1969.
					Crew of 2 ejected and were rescued by US Army helicopter.  
67-14634/14643		North American OV-10A-20-NH Bronco
				MSN 321-42/51 (or 305-42/51)
				14634 (504th TASG, 23rd TASS) crashed from unknown cause over southern Laos Jul 6, 1971.  Both crew killed. 
				14635 collided in midair with O-2A 67-21343 over SVN Oct 8, 1969.  Was with 23TASS/504TASG.
				14636 to Philippine AF.  Seen in hangar in 2014.
				14637 to Venezuela as FAV 3037
				14638 (23TASS/504TASG) shot down by ground fire 20 m NE of Kratie, Cambodia Jan 28, 1971.
				14639 (MSN 305-47) to Philippines.  Stored at Danielo Atienza AB,
					Cavite in unserviceable condition.  Acquired by RAAF Museum.
				14640 (6498th Air Base Wing, 20th TASS) hit by AAA 15 mi S of Quang Tri City, South Vietnam Sep 16, 1972.
					Both crew ejected and were rescued by Army helicopter.
				14641 (MSN 305-49) to Philippines.  Seen at Cavite in 2014
				14642 (19TASS/504TASG) crashed during training flight over Gia Dinh Province, SVN Jan 30, 1969.
				14643 (MSN 305A-51) shot down by ground fire 15 m SW of Da Nang SVN Dec 31, 1972, although later reported
					in service in Europe with 601 TCW.  Also reported as having gone to the Colombian
					AF as FAC2214
67-14644/14653		North American OV-10A-25-NH Bronco
				MSN 321-52/61 (or 305-52/61)
				14644 (19 TASS, 504TASG) shot down by ground fire 8 m SE of Katum, SVN Dec 31, 1972.
				14645 (504th TASG, 20th TASS) crashed from unknown cause in Quang Tri Province, SVN Apr 21, 1971.  Both crew killed.
				14646 (504th TASG, 19th TASS) hit by machine gun fire and crashed near Ban Tram 125 mi SE of Katum, South
					Vietnam Feb 8, 1970.  Both crew ejected and were rescued by US Army patrol.
				14647 to Philippine AF and made emergency landing at Davao after failure to retract the landing
					gear, which collapsed on landing and the aircraft slid on the runway Jan 5, 2010.
				14648 (504th TASG, 23rd TASS) hit by ground fire while controlling an air strike S of Ban Karai Pass, Laos
					Dec 26, 1971.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				14649 (MSN 305A-57) to Colombian AF as FAC2215
				14650 (MSN 305-58) to Venezuelan AF as 0016.  Crashed Mar 25, 2000.
				14652 transferred to USMC as 674652. To California Department of Forestry as N430DF as a spare.
				14653 (MSN 305A-61) to Colombian AF as FAC-2216.  Noted in Marsh Aviatin compound
					at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Nov 2002
67-14654/14663		North American OV-10A-30-NH Bronco
				MSN 321-62/71 (or 305-62/71)
				14654 (MSN 305A-62) to Colombian AF as FAC2217 and w/o Dec 23, 1997
				14656 (19TASS/504TASG) crashed on takeoff due to engine failure at Bien Hoa AB in SVN Apr 8, 1970.  Pilot survived
				14657 (19TASS/504TASG) shot down by small arms fire near An Loc, SVN Dec 26, 1969.
				14658 (20TASS/504TASG) shot down by AAA 15 m N of Saravan, Laos Mar 2, 1972.
				14659 (23TASS/56SOW) shot down near Trapeang Veng, Cambodia Apr 7, 1973
				14660 (cn 305-68) operated by USDA Forest Service as N401DF.  Also reported as having
					been w/o in a collision with USAF fighter in SVN Aug 13, 1970.
67-14664/14675		North American OV-10A-35-NH Bronco
				MSN 321-72/83 (or 305-72/81)
				14661 (20 TASS/504TASG) shot down by AAA near Ban Bamram, Laos Dec 28, 1970.
				14662 (19 TASS/504TASG) shot down by ground fire 15 m NW of Xa Phan, SVN Aug 12, 1971.
				14663 (51st CS) crashed at Tottori, Japan Apr 30, 1982 after colliding with OV-10 68-3828
					(which also crashed) in heavy rain.  All four crew from both aircraft ejected, but
					one was killed.
				14664 (19 TASS/504TASG) shot down by ground fire 10 m NW of Kampong Cham, Cambodia Sep 26, 1971.
				14665 (19TASS/504TASG) slewed off runway on takoff at Bien Hoa, SVN Jun 6, 1969 and DBR.
				14666 (MSN 305-74) to Philippines.  Damaged by insurgents Nov 1992
				14667 (MSN 305-75) to Philippines.  Also listed as lost with 20TASS/504TASG 15 m SW of Muang
					Fangdeng, Laos Dec 24, 1971.
				14668 (20 TASS/504 TASG) shot down by ground fire 15 m SE of Muang Fangdeng, Laos
					Jun 20, 1971.
				14670 (MSN 305A-78) to Colombian AF as FAC2218
				14671 (56th SOS, 23rd TASS) crashed on takeoff at Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai AB Jun 5, 1973.  Pilot killed.
				14672 (20 TASS/504 TASG) crashed 10 m E of Duc Co, SVN Jul 24, 1970.
				14673 (20 TASS/9498 ABW) exploded 12 mi N of Da Nang, SVN Oct 6, 1972.  Both crew killed.
				14674 to Venezuela as FAV 9494
				14675 to AMARC as HA0006 Feb 6, 1991.  Noted Oct 7, 2004 at Boeing
					Facility, Mesa,AZ, allegedly to go to Colombian AF.  Seen at Heritage Museum,
					Hill AFB, UT Aug 2007.
67-14676/14701		North American OV-10A-40-NH Bronco
				MSN 321-84/109 (or 305-84/109)
				14676 (20 TASS/504 TASG) flew into ground 10 m NE of Quang Tri, SVN Nov 4, 1969.
				14678 (20 TASS/366 TFW) shot down by SA-7 NW of Hue, SVN May 25, 1972.
				14679 to Philippine AF.  Seen in hangar in 2014.
				14680 (23 TASS/504 TASG) hit by AAA near Ban Nathon, SVN and crashed 15 m NW of
					Nakhon Phanom, Thailand Jan 27, 1970.
				14681 (cn 305-87) to Philippine AF as 681.  Crashed at Muntang Indang, Philippines Nov 29, 2003
					following problem with starboard engine.  Both crew ejected safely.
				14682 (23 TASS/504 TASG) shot down by AAA over Laos Mar 15, 1970.
				14683 w/o Jul 25, 1980.
				14685 (21 TASS/377 ABW) shot down by ground fire over Mekong Delta, SVN Sep 26, 1973.
				14686 (366th TFW, 20th TASS) destroyed on ground by VC rocket attack at Da Nang AB, SVN May 6, 1972.
				14687 to NASA as N524NA.  Registration cancelled.
				14688 (19 TASS/504 TASG) shot down by ground fire W of Kampong Cham, Cambodia Nov 23, 1970.
				14689 to Venezuela as FAV 1863.  Shot down during coup in Venezuela Nov 27, 1992.
				14691 (19 TASS/504 TASG) collided with A-1G over SVN Apr 16, 1969.
				14692 (20 TASS/504 TASG) hit by ground fire 15 m NE of Muang Fangdeng, Laos and
					crashed near Ban Thakkapang Jun 4, 1971.
				14693 (20 TASS/504 TASG) shot down by AAA 5 m E of Ban Talan, Laos Mar 24, 1971.  The pilot, Lt Jack Butcher, ejected and 
					was captured by the Vietcong, escaped and recaptured twice and became a POW in Hanoi. He was one of only 
					9 airmen captured in Laos to be released 28Mar73 and make it home to the US.
				14696 (23 TASS/504 TASG) shot down near Samrong, Cambodia Oct 11, 1970.
				14697 to Venezuela as FAV 0607
				14698 to Philippine AF.  Seen at Cavite in 2014l
				14699 (MSN 305A-107) to Colombian AF as FAC2219
				14700 (20 TASS/6498 ABW) shot down by ground fire 8 m SE of Quang Tri, SVN Jun 30, 1972.
				14701 (MSN 305A-109) assigned to 20th TASS, 504th TASG.  Combat damage May 24, 1971 during a Prairie Fire
					mission over Laos.  Aircfraft landed safely at Da Nang
67-14702/14725		Sikorsky CH-3E
				All converted to HH-3E except 14702,14708,14710, and 14721.
				14708,14710,14718,14721,14712 to GHH-3E.
				14702 (MSN 61604, 56th SOW, 21st SOS) hit by ground fire and crashlanded over Laos Jan 15, 1969.  All 
					crew survived and were rescued, but helo destroyed by US aircraft to prevent capture.
				14703 (MSN 61605) converted to HH-3E, then back to CH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0042 Nov 9, 1992.
					Now on display at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, GA
				14704 (MSN 61606) converted to HH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0050 Jun 10, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				14705 (MSN 61607) converted to HH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0032 Jun 17, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				14707 (MSN 61609) converted to HH-3E.  Assigned to 71st SOS, 58th SOW, Kirtland AFB, NM.  To AMARC as HH0043 
					Nov 9, 1992.  Left AMARC Dec 9, 1994.  To Tunisian AF asl L82103, callsign TS-SRC.  Assigned to 36 Squadron.
				14708 (MSN 61610)
				14709 (MSN 61611) converted to HH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0025 Feb 19, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
					In 2010 was at USAF Museum undergoing restoration.  Served 32 months with 37th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery
					Squadron at Da Nang AB, Vietnam.  Executed missions that led to the recovery of 27 American airmen.
				14710 (MSN 61612) converted to HH-3E Jolly Green Giant.  (37th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron) shot down near Ka Kou, 
					SVN Jun 9, 1968 during attempted rescue.  Crew of 4 KIA.
				14711 (MSN 61613) converted to HH-3E.  In storage at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, GA
				14712 (MSN 61614) converted to HH-3E then to GHH-3E instructional airframe.  Preserved at Sheppard AFB.
				14713 (MSN 61615) converted to HH-3E.  In storage at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, GA
				14714 (MSN 61616) converted to HH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0046 Dec 17, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				14715 (MSN 61617) converted to HH-3E.  To US Army as JHH-3E.  Sold as N462R
				14716 (MSN 61618) converted to HH-3E and w/o Dec 18, 1979.
				14717 (MSN 61619) converted to HH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0049 Apr 1, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				14718 (MSN 61620) converted to HH-3E.  Assigned to 71st SOS, 58th SOW, Kirtland AFB, NM.  To AMARC as HH0039 
					Nov 9, 1992.  Left AMARC Feb 2, 1995.  To Tunisian AF as L82105, callsign TS-SRE.  Assigned to 36 Squadron
				14719 (MSN 61621) converted to HH-3E and w/o Mar 14, 1989.
				14720 (MSN 61622) converted to HH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0036 Sep 3, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				14721 (MSN 61623) w/o Oct 4, 1969
				14722 (MSN 61624) converted to HH-3E.  Assigned to 37th ARRS, Da Nang, RVN 1968.  Assigned to 7st SOS,
					58th SOW, Kirtlan AFB, NM.  To AMARC as HH0041 Nov 9, 1992.  Left AMARC Dec 9, 1994.  To Tunisian AF
					as L82104, callsign TS-SRD.  Assigned to 36 Squadron.
				14723 (MSN 61625) converted to HH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0047 Dec 17, 1992.  Left AMAQRC Jan 9, 1998.  To Tunisian AF
					as L82111, callsign TS-SRK.  Assigned to 36 Squadron.
				14724 (MSN 61626) converted to HH-3E.  Assigned to 71st SOS, 58th SOW, Kirtland AFB, NM.  To MASDC as HH0040 
					Nov 9, 1992.  Left AMARC Jan 30, 1995.  To Tunisian AF as L82106, callsign TS-SRF.  Assigned to 36 Squadron.
				14725 (MSN 61627) converted to HH-3E.
67-14726/14729		Lockheed C-130E Hercules
				MSN 4726,4282/4284.  to Iran as 5-113/5-116
				14726 (MSN 382C-6D-4726) to Imperial Iranian AF (later Islamic Republic of Iran) under FMS.  Initially 
					registered as 5-113, later (1968) as 5-107, then as 5-8503.  Still active Sep 5, 2011.
				14727 (MSN 382C-6D-4282) to Imperian Iranian Air Force (later Islamic Republic of Iran Air Arms) under FMS reg. 
					initially as 5-114, later (1975) 5-108. Sold to Pakistan (Pakistan Armed Forces) reg. 14727, still 
					active 2009 Northern Air Command, with 35 Composite Air Transport Wing, PAF Base Chaklala in 6 
					Squadron call sign 'Antelopes', as  4282 (AP-HMS). 
				14728 (MSN 382C-6D-4283) to Imperial Iranian Air Force (later Islamic Republic of Iran Air Arms) under FMS 
					reg. initially as 5-115, later (1975) 5-109, then as 5-8504, still active 1983.
				14729 (MSN 382C-6D-4284) to Imperial Iranian Air Force (later Islamic Republic of Iran Air Arms) under FMS 
					reg. initially as 5-116, later (1975) 5-110, then as 5-8505, still active 18 Jan. 2005.
67-14730/14768		Cessna T-37B
				14731,14738,14742,14751,14758,14768 transferred to Greece
				14732 (MSN 40985) to AMARC as TE0234 Sep 17, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				14734 (MSN 40987) to AMARC as TE0253 Dec 1, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				14735 (MSN 40988) to AMARC as TE0235 Sep 17, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				14736 (MSN 40989) to AMARC as TE0320 Jul 10, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				14737 (MSN 40990) to AMARC as TE0298 Feb 14, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				14739 to AMARC Jun 19, 2009
				14740 to AMARC as TE0341 Oct 17, 2006.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To Colombian AF
					Oct 29, 2008 as FAC 2125.
				14742 (MSN 40997) to Hellenic AF.  On display at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece
				14743 (MSN 40998) to AMARC Sep 2008
				14744 (MSN 40999) to AMARC as TE0171 Jun 27, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				14745 (MSN 41000) to AMARC as TE0157 Mar 26, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				14746 (MSN 41002) to AMARC as TE0244 Nov 29, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				14748 to AMARC as TE0437 Mar 26, 2008
				14749 (MSN 41005) to AMARC as TE0296 Feb 10, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				14751 to Greek AF as 75751 ??
				14752 to AMARC Jun 19, 2009
				14755 to AMARC as TE0372 Apr 3, 2007.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				14757 (MSN 41017) to AMARC as TE0145 Feb 19, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				14759 (MSN 41021) to AMARC as TE0237 Oct 5, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				14760 to AMARC as TE0354 Feb 27, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To Columbian Air Force as FAC2134 in 2010
				14761 to AMARC as TE0454 Jun 17, 2008
				14762 (MSN 41026) to AMARC as TE0250 Dec 1, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				14763 (MSN 41027) to AMARC as TE0246 Nov 30, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				14764 to AMARC as TE0344 Oct 25, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				14765 to AMARC as TE0444 May 21, 2008
				14766 (MSN 41033) to AMARC as TE0215 Jun 18, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
67-14769/14774		Kaman HH-43F Huskie
				FMS - for Iran.  I don't know the MSNs.
67-14775		Northrop F-5A Freedom Fighter - cancelled contract
67-14776/14823		Cessna A-37B Dragonfly
				MSN 43001/43048)
				All sold to South Vietnam AF except 14776, 14790, 14792, and 14823.
				14790 (MSN 43015) to NOA-37B.  To MASDC as AB0005 Sep 21, 1988.
					Returned to service with 6510th TW.  On display at Kelly Field Heritage Museum, 
					Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas
				14811 (MSN 43036) to MASDC 
				14817 (MSN 43042) to MASDC
				14821 (MSN 43046) in derelict state in Ho Chi Minh Operation 
					museum, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
				14822 (MSN 43047) to MASDC
				14823 (MSN 43048) to YA-37B
67-14824		Martin LGM-25C Titan III
67-14825/14859		Northrop T-38A-70-NO Talon
				MSN T.6027,6021/6026,6028/6055.
				14842 converted to AT-38B
				14825 to NASA as N924NA
				14826 with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO in 2007
				14828 (MSN T.6023) to AMRC as TF0311 Dec 15, 1995.  FMS to South Korea
					as 74828.  To Holloman AFB via 377SGT-F N941NA for aggressor rebuild.
				14835 instrument panel in 2009 was on display at Science Museum of Oklahoma,
					Oklahoma City, OK
				14838 gate guard at Randolph AFB
				14845 with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO in 2007
67-14860/14861		Cessna U-3B 
				For Iran
				MSN 310L-0206/0207.
67-14862/14864		North American (Cavalier) F-51D Mustang
				Remanufactured F-51D airframes for MAP.  Sold to Bolivian AF
				14862 to Bolivian AF as FAB 515 Oct 1967.  Crashed at Cochabamba
					Nov 13, 1968.
				14863 to Bolivian AF as FAB 516 Oct 1967.  Crashed at Lake Titicaca
					Aug 10, 1970.
				14864 to Bolivian AF as FAB 517 Oct 1967.  Unknown fate.
67-14865/14866		North American (Cavalier) TF-51D Mustang
				Remanufactured F-51D airframe for MAP sold to Bolivian AF as 2-seaters
				14865 to Bolivian AF as FAB 522 in 1968.  WFU.
				14866 to Bolivian AF as FAB 521 Jan 19, 1968, to McClam Flight Service as C-GXUR December 
					1977. To Cinema Air as N20TF October 1991, now in US as N20TF with Chino Warbirds, Houston, TX
67-14867/14868		Hiller H-23F Raven
				sold to uruguay as 028/029
67-14869/14876		McDonnell Douglas F-4D-35-MC Phantom 
				For Imperial Iranian AF 
				14869 (MSN 3031) to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-601 and later 3-663
				14870 (MSN 3050) to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-602 and later 3-664
				14871 (MSN 3071) to Imperial Iranian AF in Jul 1967 as 3-603.  Crashed near Gachsar/Razan due to 
					hydraulics failure Sep 25, 1969
				14872 (MSN 3090) to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-604.  Crashed Feb 9, 1972.
				14873 (MSN 3109) to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-605 and later 3-665.  W/o Feb 9, 1972.
				14874 (MSN 3128) to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-606 and later 3-666
				14875 (MSN 3152) to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-607 and later 3-667
				14876 (MSN 3171) to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-608.  Crashed Jun 16, 1977
67-14877/14884		McDonnell Douglas F-4D-36-MC Phantom (for Iranian AF)
				For Imperial Iranian AF 
				14877 (MSN 3198) to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-609 and later 3-669
				14878 (MSN 3213) to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-610 and later 3-670
				14879 (MSN 3229) to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-611 and later 3-671.  Shot down by SA-6 near Basra, Iraq Sep 29, 1980
				14880 (MSN 3247) to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-612 and land 3-672.
				14881 (MSN 3263) to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-613 and later 3-673.  Later 3-6699. 
				14882 (MSN 3280) to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-614 and later 3-674.  Crashed Jun 2, 1974.
				14883 (MSN 3296) to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-615 and later 3-675
				14884 (MSN 3311) to Imperial Iranian AF as 3-616 and later 3-676
67-14885/14893		Messerschmitt, Lockheed, and Fokker-built F-104G 
				Starfighter for Luftwaffe, operated at Luke AFB in USAF markings
				MSN 7133,7023,2069,7007,7015,8204,8191,
					8192,8177.		
				14885,14887,14889,14890,14892 to Taiwan
				14885 (683D-7133) built by Messerschmitt as KE+433. To Luftwaffe as
					DD+234, later DA+108.  Later to Taiwan AF as 4395
				14886 (683D-7023)
				14887 (683D-2069) built by Lockheed as KF+144.  To Luftwaffe as
					DC+102, later 20+60.  Operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors.
					Later to Taiwan AF as 4396
				14888 (683D-7007)
				14889 (683D-7015) built by Messerschmitt as KE+315.  To Luftwaffe as
					DD+368, later DD+255, later 21+47.  Operated at Luke AFB in USAF
					colors.  Later to Taiwan AF as 4397.  Modified as RF-104G
				14890 (683D-8204) built by Fokker as KG+304 (RF-104G).  To Luftwaffe
					as BB+251, later 24+56.  Operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors.
					Later to Taiwan AF as 4398.  Modified as RF-104G LOROP.
				14891 (683D-8191)
				14892 (683D-8192) built by Fokker as KG+292, to Luftwaffe as BB+242, later
					24+48.  Operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors.  Later to Taiwan AF
					as 4399.  Converted to RF-104G and reserialed as 5664.  Crashed
					Mar 4, 1993 in remote mountain area.  Pilot ejected and was rescued
					2 days later.
				14893 (683D-8177) built by Fokker as KG+277 (RF-104G) to luftwaffe as 
					BB+253, later 24+34.  Operated at Luke AFB in USAF colors.
					Crashed Apr 5, 1973 on Gila Bend Gunnery Range during first delivery
					run-in after possible ground contact.  Pilot killed. 
67-14894/14905		Northrop F-5A-35-NO Freedom Fighter
				MSN N.7057/7068.  MAP to Royal Norwegian AF.
				14894 (N.7057) to Royal Norwegian AF as 14894, later 894.  Crashed 8/9/1971 Lista
				14896 (N.7059) to Royal Norwegian AF as 14896, later 896.  Preserved at Kjeller, Oslo, Norway.  The F-5 
					preserved at Sola as 896 is 220, previously 66-9220
				14897 (N.7060) to Royal Norwegian AF as 14897, later as 897.   to Turkey 12/22/1987.
				14898 (N.7061) to Royal Norwegian AF as 14898, later as 898.  At Kjeller.  To sessvoltmoen Mar 2012 as
					instructional airframe
				14899 (N.7062) to Royal Norwegian AF as 14899.  crashed 6/17/1969 Hjarkinn
				14900 (N.7063) to Royal Norwegian AF as 14900, later 900.  To LTS, Kjevik AFB for ABDR.
				14901 (N.7064) to Royal Norwegian AF as 14901, later 901.  To Turkey 12/22/1987.
				14902 (N.7065) to Royal Norwegian AF as 14902, later 902.  Stored Rygee.  To Kjevik, Norway Jan 2012.  Preserved.
				14903 (N.7066) to Royal Norwegian AF as 14903.  Crashed 9/22/1971 Sola AFB.
				14904 (N.7067) to Royal Norwegian AF as 14904, later 904.  To Turkey 12/22/1987.
				14905 (N.7068) to Royal Norwegian AF as 14905, later 905.  Now with Fightertown Inc of Miami, FL
					registered as N3E.  Registration N3J reserved Oct 15, 2008, taken up
					Oct 28, 2008
67-14906/14909		Northrop F-5B-25-NO Freedom Fighter
				MSN N.9009/9012.  To Norway
67-14910/14914		Ryan MQM-34D Firebee
67-14915/14958		Northrop T-38A-70-NO Talon
				MSN T.6056/6099
				14920 with 509th BW, 394th CTS, Whiteman AFB, MO in 2007.
				14921 converted to T-38C.  Was first T-38C delivered to 560th TFS (Jan 21, 2004)
				14922 converted to T-38C
				14923 (MSN T.6064) t AMARC as TF0310 Dec 11, 1995.  FMS to South Korea.  To AMARC Jan 8, 2010.
				14938 (80th FTW) crashed Dec 5, 2000 near Thalia, TX on training flight from 
					Sheppard AFB.  Crew ejected safely.  Cause was fractured
					rod in flight control system.  
				14943 converted to T-38C.  Now with USN Test Pilot School
				14946 (MSN T.6087) to AMARC as TF0306 Dec 8, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				14948 (82nd Wing, 82nd OMS) crashed May 15, 1981 50 mi ENE of Williams AFB in
					mountainous terrain.  Unsuccessful low-altitude ejection attemped and pilot
					was killed.
				14956 (MSN T.6097) displayed Oct 2010 at Plainwell-Otsego MAP, Michigan.  Plane marked at 67-14956 noted recently at Thomas P. 
					Stafford Air & Space Museum, Weatherford, OK is actually 59-1595
				14957 noted at Boeing, Williams Gateway AP, AZ Mar 15, 2003 under conversion to T-38C
67-14959/14992		Cessna T-41A Mescalero
				Civilian numbers N4959R/N4992R.  MASDC transfer dates from www.amarcexperience.com
				14959 N4959R stored at NAS North Island Flying Club Feb 2008
				14963 during landing hit by T-41A 67-14959 and crashed 2 mi E of Castroville, TX Aug 9, 1973. Vietnamese 
					student and Norwegian instructor killed. Other T-41A landed safely.
				14971 (N4971R to MASDC Jan 20, 1972.
				14977 on display at Maxwell AFB, Alabama
				14982 (MSN 172-56336) with Historic Aircraft Restoration Society of Australia as VH-ENY.
				14992 (MSN 172-56346) registered Feb 15,2 008 to Kenosha Military
					Museum, IL as N992KM, but it appears to be currently 
					registered as N4992R. 
67-14993/14996		Sikorsky HH-53C
				MSN 65-091/094 or 65-142/145 (not sure which of these MSNs are correct)
				14993 converted to MH-53M.  (20th SOS) crashed in Iraq Mar 19, 2003.  AFM 1/2006
				14994 converted to MH-53M.  To AMARC following deactivation of 21st SOS Oct 9, 2007
				14995 converted to MH-53J, then to MH-53M . To AMARC Nov 5, 2008
				14996 (MSN 65-145) lost Oct 1969 over Gulf of Mexico during aerial refuelling and crashed into water.
					All aboard killed.

			- Army Serials begin here -

67-15000/15254		Cessna T-41B Mescalero
				MSN R172-0001/0255.  R172E acquired by US Army for training.  No dot between R and 172.  Dates to MASDC from
					www.amarcexperience.com
				15000 at Ft. Rucker, AL
				15001 (MSN R172-0002) to N2257A, later to N39420
				15004 (MSN R172-0005) to N9857F
				15005 (MSN R172-0006) to N318
				15006 (MSN R172-0007) to N352 registered to Ft McClellan Flying Club
					Anniston Army Depot.  Noted on display at Yesterday's Air Force Museum at Clearwater Airport, Florida
					in Nov 1987 and Jan 1990.
				15008 (MSN R172-0009) to Royal Thai AF as 5008
				15009 (MSN R172-0010) to MASDC Jul 4, 1971.   MAP to South Korea
				15012 (MSN R172-0013) to N38014
				15014 (MSN R172-0015) to Royal Thai AF as 5014
				15015 (MSN R172-0016) to N354L
				15016 (MSN R172-0017) to Royal Thai AF as 5016. Reported retired
				15017 (MSN R172-0018) to MASDC Jul 8, 1971.  MAP to South Korea
				15020 (MSN R172-0021) to N65195; current 2011
				15022 (MSN R172-0023) to N48256 registered to Civil Air Patrol, Maxwell AFB
				15023 (MSN R172-0024) to N9979 with USDA Forest Service FEPP (AR)
				15024 (MSN R172-0025) to N65284; to Colombia in 1992
				15025 (MSN R172-0026) to N38009
				15026 (MSN R172-0027) to Royal Thai AF as 5026.  Noted stored as 5026 with Royal Thai Army at Lop bury Jan 2013
				15028 (MSN R172-0029) to MASDC Jul 21, 1971.  MAP to South Korea.  On display May 2014 at Jeju Aerospace
					Museum, South Korea.
				15029 (MSN R172-0030) to N312
				15030 (MSN R172-0031) to N200PS
				15031 (MSN R172-0032) to MASDC Jul 11, 1971.  MAP to South Korea
				15034 (MSN R172-0035) to MASDC Jul 21, 1971.  MAP to South Korea
				15037 (MSN R172-0038) to MASDC Jul 25, 1971.  MAP to South Korea
				15038 (MSN R172-0039) to MASDC Jul 27, 1971.  MAP to South Korea
				15039 (MSN R172-0040) to Royal Thai AF as 5039
				15040 (MSN R172-0041) to MASDC Jul 17, 1971.  MAP to South Korea
				15041 (MSN R172-0042) to Royal Thai AF as 5041
				15042 (MSN R172-0043) to MASDC Jul 17, 1971.  To Royal Thai AF as 5042.  To Republic of Korea AF, to 
					Philippine AF as 15042 Mar 2009
				15045 (MSN R172-0046) to Royal Thai AF as 5045.  Reported retired.
				15046 (MSN R172-0047) to MASDC Jul 11, 1971.  MAP to South Korea
				15047 (MSN R172-0048) to Royal Thai AF as 5047.  Reported retired
				15050 (MSN R172-0051) to N48317
				15051 (MSN R172-0052) to MASDC Jul 11, 1971.  MAP to South Korea
				15052 (MSN R172-0053) to N48030 now registed to FDARC Ltd.
				15053 (MSN R172-0054) to N3291F, then N2415 now registered to the Marin County (CA)
					Sheriff's Office
				15056 (MSN R172-0057) to MASDC Jul 8, 1971.  MAP to South Korea
				15057 (MSN R172-0058) to N16W, To N16VV; current 2011
				15058 (MSN R172-0059) to Royal Thai AF as 5058.  Reported retired.
				15059 (MSN R172-0060) to Royal Thai AF as 5059.
				15061 (MSN R172-0062) to MASDC Jul 4, 1971.  MAP to South Korean AF as 15061/T-061.  Reported Jan 2007
					to be preserved at Seongmu AB
				15062 (MSN R172-0063) to Royal Thai AF as 5062.  To Republic of Korea AF.
				15063 (MSN R172-0064) to civil registry as N65104
				15065 (MSN R172-0066) to MASDC Jul 4, 1971.  MAP to South Korea
				15066 (MSN R172-0067) to MASDC Jul 4, 1971.  MAP to Korean AF, To Laotian AF Jul 1972
				15067 (MSN R172-0068) to MASDC Jul 4, 1971.  MAP to Korean AF, to Laotian Af Jul 1972
				15070 (MSN R172-0071) to MASDC Jul 4, 1971.  MAP to South Korea
				15072 (MSN R172-0073) to civil registry as N96412
				15073 (MSN R172-0074) to MASDC Jul 17, 1971.  MAP to South Korea
				15074 (MSN R172-0075) to MASDC Jul 8, 1971.  MAP to South Korea
				15075 (MSN R172-0076) to Royal Thai AF as 5075
				15076 (MSN R172-0077) to N98188 with USDA Forest Service FEPP (LA)
				15077 (MSN R172-0078) to Royal Thai AF as 5077.  Reported retired
				15078 (MSN R172-0079) to N52HP
				15079 to GT-41B.  To civil registry as N62189
				15080 (MSN R172-0081) to N96164 with US Army, then to Royal Thai AF as 5080
				15081 (MSN R172-0082) to N39ND now owned by Black Wolf Air, Inc
				15082 (MSN R172-0083) to Royal Thai AF as 5082.  Reported retired
				15083 (MSN R172-0084) to Royal Thai AF as 5083.  Reported retired.
				15084 (MSN R172-0085) to N62217 at Roosevelt Roads Navy Flying Club.
					Transferred to Jacksonville Navy Flying Club.
				15085 (MSN R172-0086) to N96413, then to N122JH
				15086 (MSN R172-0087) to MASDC Jul 4, 1971.  MAP to South Korea  
				15087 (MSN R172-0088) to N15087
				15088 (MSN R172-0089) to N96061; current 2011
				15089 (MSN R172-0090) to N67RA
				15090 (MSN R172-0091) to N98174 registered to Roosevelt Roads Navy
					Flying Club.  Involved in a hard landing in 2000 and was derelict 
					at Roosevelt Roads.  Seems to have been scrapped after the base
					closed.
				15091 (MSN R172-0092) to N23788
				15092 (MSN R172-0093) to N41FG now owned by Aikin Air, Inc
				15094 (MSN R173-0095) to N9240Z
				15095 (MSN R172-0096) to N23777 now owned by Surf Beat Music, Inc.
				15098 (MSN R172-0099) to N33512
				15100 (MSN R172-0101) to N8995P registered to Polyspray Corp. To N899SP; current 2011
				15101 (MSN R172-0102) to N14454
				15103 (MSN R172-0104) to Rockford IL CAP in 1972. To private owner July 1992. To N64408; current 2011
				15104 (MSN R172-0105) to N87767 USDA Forest Service FEPP (AR)
				15105 (MSN R172-0106) to N41ND on 1 Feb 1991; to Ecuador in 1991
				15106 (MSN R172-0107) to N106WS with US Army, White Sands Missile Range, NM
				15108 (MSN R172-0109) to N62185
				15109 (MSN R172-0110) to N93216
				15117 (MSN R172-0118) to N96890
				15118 (MSN R172-0119) to N68RA; current 2011
				15119 (MSN R172-0120) to N14457
				15120 (MSN R172-0121) to N14460 now owned by Jefferson County (CO)
					Civil Defense Agency.
				15122 (MSN R172-0123) to N65025
				15123 (MSN R172-0124) to N43860 owned by First Coast Security, Inc
				15124 (MSN R172-0125) to N38932 now registered to Penn. College of Technology.
				15125 (MSN R172-0126) to N4208A
				15126 (MSN R172-0127) to N66403; current 2011
				15127 (MSN R172-0128) to N88778
				15129 (MSN R172-0130) tp Royal Thai AF as 5129.  Reported retired
				15130 (MSN R172-0131) became N33FL Aug 26, 1975, but registration cancelled Apr 7, 1981.
				15131 (MSN R172-0132) to N88779
				15132 (MSN R172-0133) to N15138 owned by T-41B Inc.  Donated to
					Texas Aviation Hall of Fame, Galveston, TX
				15133 (MSN R172-0134) to N40098 now registered to Southwestern Preparedness
					District (SD)
				15134 (MSN R172-0135) to N3043F on 1 Mar 1982; wfu 18 Feb 1997 
				15136 (MSN R172-0137) to N17651 now owned by Basler Turbo Conversions, Inc.
				15137 (MSN R172-0138) to N96891 on 13 Mar 1981; wfu 3 Dec 1990
				15140 (MSN R172-0141) seen mounted on a post at Ft. Sill, OK in 1986.  On civil register 
					as N102RL and in May 2014 stored at Fort Sill/Henry Post AAF, Oklahoma.
				15141 (MSN R172-0142) crashed Rich Mountain, Mena, AR Apr 29, 1967.
				15142 (MSN R172-0143) to N14455 
				15143 (MSN R172-0144) to N5173
				15145 (MSN R172-0146) to N137CB now owned by St Louis County (MO)
				15146 (MSN R172-0147) to N146AC now owned by USAF Academy.  In 2009
					was assigned to Eglin AFB Aero Club.
				15147 (MSN R172-0148) to N96024
				15148 (MSN R172-0149) to N93217
				15149 (MSN R172-0150) to N667GA on 5 May 1999; wfu 29 Nov 1999
				15150 (MSN R172-0151) to N33469 on 13 Feb 1979; wfu 14 Mar 1996
				15151 (MSN R172-0152) to N67695; current 2011
				15153 (MSN R172-0154) to N53366, to N5336G with Civil Air Patrol, AL.
				15154 (MSN R172-0155) to N26FC; wfu 26 Mar 19
				15155 (MSN R172-0156) to N49885
				15156 (MSN R172-0157) to N48257
				15157 (MSN R172-0158) to N8198R USDA Forest Service FEPP (AR)
				15158 (MSN R172-0159) to N26209
				15159 (MSN R172-0160) to N31334
				15161 (MSN R172-0161) at Ft. Rucker, AL.
				15162 (MSN R172-0163) to N48139, then N23XG now owned by USDA Forest Service FEPP (AR)
				15163 (MSN R172-0164) to Laotian AF Nov 1972.  WFU.  Noted summer 2003 at Musee de l'Armee Populaire, Vientaine, Laos
				15165 (MSN R172-0166) to N48249, wfu 11 Aug 1983
				15167 (MSN R172-0168) to N62224 on 13 Jun 1994; wfu 5 May 1997
				15169 (MSN R172-0170) to Royal Thai AF as 5169.
				15170 (MSN R172-0171) to N48237
				15171 (MSN R172-0172) to Royal Thai AF as 5171, then as 15171.
				15172 (MSN R172-0173) to Royal Thai AF as 5172
				15173 (MSN R172-0174) to N516MA with State of Montana Aeronautics Division
				15174 (MSN R172-0175) to N66291 on 15 Nov 1984; current 2011
				15175 (MSN R172-0176) to N91RA on 2 Jan 1997; to Mexico in 1999
				15176 (MSN R172-0177) to N42FG
				15177 (MSN R172-0178) to N5272E now registered to Kasey and Associates, Inc.
				15178 (MSN R172-0179) to N88762
				15179 (MSN R172-0180) to Royal Thai AF as 5179.  Noted WFU at
					Lopburi Jan 2002
				15180 (MSN R172-0181) to Royal Thai AF as 5180.  Reported retired
				15181 (MSN R172-0182) to Royal Thai AF as 5181
				15182 (MSN R172-0183) to Royal Thai AF as 5182.  Aug 2002 to US
					civil registry as N6051U.
				15184 (MSN R172-0185) to N9981Q
				15186 (MSN R172-0187) to N48138, then to N80SM, current 2011
				15187 (MSN R172-0188) to N48336, wfu Jan 12, 1980
				15188 (MSN R172-0189) to N14DA
				15189 (MSN R172-0190) to N48343, wfu
				15190 (MSN R172-0191) to Royal Thai AF as 5190.  Dec 2002
					to US civil registry as N90252
				15193 (MSN R172-0194) to N2257B (sale pending) to N31818 now owned by
					Civil Air Patrol, Maxwell AFB, AL
				15194 (MSN R172-0195) to N394.  Now on civil registry as N15194.
				15195 (MSN R172-0196) to N411TA
				15198 (MSN R172-0199) to N24FC
				15199 (MSN R172-0200) to N669GA; current 2011
				15200 (MSN R172-0201) to N23666 on 8 Feb 1980; wfu 13 Apr 2001
				15201 (MSN R172-0202) to N68390; wfu 12 Jan 1989
				15203 (MSN R172-0204) to N96229, then assigned in 1978 to US Military Academy Flying Club at 
					West Point as N78WP to teach cadets to fly.  Assigned to Civil Air Patrol in Jan 1983.  Sold to private individual in 1996.  Now owned by
					Army Aviation Heritage Foundation. 
				15204 (MSN R172-0205) to N14949, to N5072G Jun 24, 2009, current 2011
				15205 (MSN R172-0206) to N221FB on 7 Aug 1975; wfu 15 Jun 1984
				15207 (MSN R172-0208) to civil register as N14449 for State of Tennessee.
					w/o Mar 3, 2005 when crashlanded at Sparta, TN after engine failure
				15209 (MSN R172-0210) to N96063
				15210 (MSN R172-0211) to N92SC with William 
				15211 (MSN R172-0212) to N9266Z
				15212 (MSN R172-0213) to N48322 now registered with Lucky Dog Aviation LLC
				15213 (MSN R172-0214) to N96218 of Fort Riley Flying Club
				15214 (MSN R172-0215) to N345FB now registered to D & S Aviation, Inc.
				15215 (MSN R172-0216) to N88763 now registered with State of Texas at Waco, current 2011
				15217 (MSN R172-0218) to N3196F, now registered to USAF Colorado Springs, CO
				15218 (MSN R172-0219) to N9274Z of Fort Ord Flying Club
				15219 (MSN R172-0220) to N17282
				15220 (MSN R172-0221) to N220FB
				15221 (MSN R172-0222) N3290F, then to N329DF
				15222 (MSN R172-0223) to N31FL
				15223 (MSN R172-0224) to N38931 on 14 Feb 1973; wfu 8 Mar 1993
				15224 (MSN R172-0225) to N609KY; current 2011
				15225 (MSN R172-0226) to N9982Q Barber Points Navy Flying Club
				15226 (MSN R172-0227) to N6226; current 2011
				15228 (MSN R172-0229 to N95Z
				15229 (MSN R172-0230) to N96205 registered to Queen of Jacks, Inc
				15231 (MSN R172-0232) to N1438Z
				15232 (MSN R172-0233) to N4728C on 5 Nov 1974; wfu 31 Mar 1980
				15233 (MSN R172-0234) to N124FB
				15234 (MSN R172-0235) to N2427 now registered to Boomer Aviation, Inc.  Damaged following engine failure 
					while towing banner in Florida circa 2013.
				15235 (MSN R172-0236) to N234FB now owned by US Army, Ft. Benning, GA
				15236 (MSN R172-0237) to N3FR.
				15237 (MSN R172-0238) to N5384.
				15238 (MSN R172-0239) to N13030
				15241 (MSN R172-0242) to N33503
				15242 (MSN R172-0243) to N242WS
				15243 (MSN R172-0244) to N98189
				15246 (MSN R172-0247) to N9997F USDA Forest Service FEPP (SC), current 2011
				15247 (MSN R172-0248) to N87687
				15252 (MSN R172-0253) to N661SP on 29 Nov 1984; wfu 29 Mar 1991
				15253 (MSN R172-0254) to N90419
				15254 (MSN R172-0255) to N51608 registered to Commonwealth of Kentucky, current 2011.
67-15255/15344		Serial numbers not used
67-15345		Lockheed QT-2
				Low noise high aspect ratio-wing target acquisition research
				aircraft, developed from Schweizer SGS.2-32 sailplane (MSN 46).
				Converted to Lockheed QT-2.  The Quiet Thrust program was a research project of the
				Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and sponsored by the US Army with Navy
				and Marine Corps participation.  Was created in response to a requirement for a low-noise
				observation and reconnaissance platform.  Later designated QT-2PC for evaluation in Vietnam.
				Transferred back to NTPS in 1969 and redesignated X-26B.
				To US Navy as 715345.  Now on display at US Army Aviation
				Museum at Fort Rucker, AL.  QT-2 carried civil registration of N2471W, cancellec Aug 21, 2012
67-15346		Lockheed QT-2
				Low noise high aspect ratio-wing target acquisition research
				aircraft, developed from Schweizer SGS 2-32 sailplane (MSN 47).
				Converted to Lockheed QT-2.  The Quiet Thrust program was a research project of the
				Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and sponsored by the US Army with Navy
				and Marine Corps participation, as serial 715346  Was created in response to a requirement for a low-noise
				observation and reconnaissance platform.  Later designated QT-2PC for evaluation in Vietnam.
				Transferred back to NTPS in 1969 and redesignated X-26B.  Declared surplus by Navy in 1973
				and used by army for a sensor test.  Restored as Schweizer SGS 2-32.  Registered N2472W
				in 1992 as Schweizer SGS 2-32, current
67-15347/15370		Serial numbers not used  
67-15371/15449		Hughes TH-55A Osage
				15382,15391,15404 sold to Thailand.
				15406,15421,15434, 51443,15447,15449 converted to QTH-55A
				15375 to N1070N with Cedar Rapids, IA police department.
				15376 to N1026C
				15378 to N95581
				15380 to N1038K
				15389 to N5008M
				15396 at Pulaski Air Tech Center, North Little Rock Airport, AR Jan 2008
				15401 on display at Parks Airport, St Louis, MO with Greater St. Louis
					Area Air and Space Museum.
				15402 (MSN 127-0748) with Royal Thai Army as 5404 and on display at Royal Thai Army Aviation Museum, 
					Lop Buri in 2002.
				15405 to civil registry as N271JB.  W/o Hanceville, AL Dec 15, 1998.
				15409 (MSN 0753) to civil registry as N2196S
			   	15414 became N9240D.  Destroyed in crash at Lafayette, IN Nov 18, 2003 after pilot lost control.
				15418 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				15423 (MSN 0767) registered N9256H Sep 9, 2005.
				15429 (MSN 0773) acquired by DuPage Airport Authority for spare
					parts for 67-16834 (N600DP) probably late 1988.  Sold to Aviation Business Corp of St. Oouis
					Oct 1996
				15437 (MSN 0781) was N911HC, registration cancelled Mar 5, 2007
					as "written offat Huntsville, AL Oct 7, 2003"  Restored to
					register Feb 15, 2008
				15439 (MSN 0783) became N4131G.  Registration cancelled Sep 27, 2004 as 'destroyed'
				15440 to N4495A
				15442 wreck at Tuscaloosa AP, AL
67-15450/15869		Bell AH-1G-BF Cobra
				MSN 20114/20533
				15471,15498,15499,15623,15661 built as TH-1G (all except 15623 redesignated AH-1S)
				15462,15505,15513,15537,15567,15570,15595,15599,15627,15684,85759,15809,15824
					converted to TAH-1F.  All redesignated AH-1F.  
				15681 to JAH-1G.
				15467,15471,15482,15486,15494,15498,
				15499,15503,15509,15516,15532,15536,15541,15543,15544,15546,15547,15550,15553,15555,
					15560,15562/15564,14501,15607,15611,15618,15619,15629,15640,15641,15645,15647,15648,
					15654/15657,14560,15661,15663,15678,15680,15685,15687,15693,15702,15708,15731,15732,
					15738,15740,15742,15744,15749,15754,15758,15787,15791,15792,15794,15796,15800,15817,
					15827,15828,15830,15834,15837,15851,15854,15857,15866 converted to AH-1S.
				15562 to GAH-1S.
				15450,15452,15455/15457,15459,15460,15462,15465,15469,15470,15472/15477,15479/15481,
					15485,15487,15489/15492,15495/15497,15502,15504/15508,15512,15513,15520/15522,15524,
					15528,15530,15533,15535,15537,15540,15548,15551,15565,15567,15568,15570/15572,15577,
					15586,15587,15589,15593,15595,15599,15600,15603,15608,15610,15613,15614,15616,15617,
					15621,15622,15624,15627,15633,15639,15642,15643,15646,15649,15650,15652,15653,15659,
					15662,15664/15666,15675,15679,15682/15684,15688/15690,15697,15700,15701,15703,15705,
					15710,15715/15717,15720/15722,15726,15736,15741,15745,15759,15763,15764,15766,15768,
					15769,15771,15772,15775,15776,15781,15784,15789,15790,15795,15797/15803/15805,
					15808/15811,15813,15815,15819,15822/15826,15831,15833,15838,15842/15844,15852,15859,
					15860,15863,15867 converted to AH-1F.
				15603 to JAH-1F.
				93 AH-1Gs converted to AH-1Q prior to further upgrade to AH-1S.
				15450 (MSN 20114) at VFW Post #2224, Jefferson, Ohio
				15457 (x/n 20121) at Warrensburg, Missouri National Guard Army
				15460 (MSN 20124) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001.  Noted Oct 2014 preserved at Fort Bliss
					and Old Ironsides Museum, Fort Bliss, Texas
				15462 (MSN 20126) found at Bicycle Lake Airfield, Fort Irwin, CA in Feb 2006.  Had been
					left there 5-6 years previously by Arizona National Guard unit that was
					at Fort Irwin on a training rotation.  Being acquired by the museum for
					future display. Arrived at Fort Rucker, Alabama by truck Sep 24, 2013.
				15463 (MSN 20127) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0447 Aug 25, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				15467 (MSN 20131) converted to AH-1S
				15469 (MSN 20133) at Vietnam Veterans Assoc #467, Fort Smith, AR 
				15470 (MSN 20134) at tourist info center, Vietnam Veterans Association #854 Hallettsville, TX Oct 2007.
				15471 preserved at Silver Bell AHP, AZ Jan 2008
				15472 (MSN 20136) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15473 (MSN 20137) at City of Crab Orchard, Kentucky
				15474 (MSN 20138) on static display at a small memorial park at Mark, IL
				15475 (MSN 20139) on display at Veterans Memorial Park in Dixon, IL
				15476 (MSN 20140) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15479 (AH-1F, MSN 20143) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001.  Now preserved at
					VFW Post #6491, Burlington, CO.
				15480 (MSN 20144) in 2013 was on display at Motts Military Museum, Groveport, Ohio.
				15481 (AH-1F MSN 20145) registered N481HF May 12, 2006.  Stored at Tara Field, GA Jan 2008.  To
					Army Aviation Heritage Foundation, Hampton, Georgia
				15485 (MSN 20149) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15487 (MSN 20151) noted in storage at Mercer County Apt, NJ May 16, 2001,
					effectively withdrawn from service due to vibration problem.
				15489 (MSN 20153) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15490 (MSN 20154) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001.  To Vietnam Veterans Assoc, #42, Zanesville, Ohio
				15491 (AH-1F: MSN 20155). Preserved at VFW Post #1621, Janesville, WI; was 
					apparently previously stored at Fort Drum
				15495 (MSN 20159) at VFW Post #10281, Vine Grove, Kentucky
				15496 (MSN 20160) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001.  Noted May 2009 on display at Gowen Field
					ANG Base at Boise, Idaho
				15498 (MSN 20162) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0445 Aug 25, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				15502 (MSN 20166) on display at Pemberton Gate of Fort Dix, New Jersey Aug 2013.
				15506 (AH-1F: MSN 20170) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001. 
					Has left Fort Drum and is now preserved at American Legion Post #880, Eden, NY. 
				15513 noted on display at Don Beerbower Memorial Park, Hill City, Minnesota Mar 2009.
				15519 (MSN 20183, 20th ARA) crashed into a tree during night rocket run in SVN Aug 1, 1970. Both crew KIA.
				15520 (MSN 20184) registration N5627D reserved Oct 11, 2007, taken up. With Celebrate Freedom Foundation,
					Columbia, South Carolina
				15521 (MSN 20185) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15522 (AH-1F: MSN 20186). At Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD; was 
					apparently previously stored at Fort Drum
				15524 (MSN 20188) noted Mar 8, 2005 presereved at entrance to Hanchey AHP,
					Fort Rucker, AL.
				15528 (AH-1F: MSN 20192). Reported preserved at VFW Post #8259, Stittville, NY; 
					was apparently previously stored at Fort Drum
				15530 (MSN 20194) preserved at Quonset Point, RI Jun 2002.
				15533 (MSN 20197) registration N373WN reserved Jul 16, 2004, taken up Sep 22, 2004.
					In 2006 was with Department of National Resources, Olympia MAP, WA
				15541 (MSN 20205) preserved with Massachusetts Army National Guard at Westfield-Barnes MAP, Massachusetts in Oct 2003.
				15546 (MSN 20210) at Ozark Military Museum, Fayetteville, Arkansas
				15548 (MSN 20212) noted in storage at Mercer County Apt, NJ May 16, 2001,
					effectively withdrawn from service due to vibration problem.  At Ozark Military Museum, Fayetteville RAP/Drake Field, AR
				15564 (MSN 20228) at Iowas Gold Star Museum at Camp Dodge, IA
				15565 (MSN 20229) withdrawn from use at Fort Indiantown Gap, PA May 24, 2001.
				15572 (MSN 20236) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15574 (MSN 20238) at Krister Aviation and Space Museum, Amarillo, TX.  Noted recently 
					at English Field Air and Space Museum, Tradewind AP, Amarillo, TX.
				15577 (MSN 20241) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15580 (MSN 20244, 17th Cav, 3rd Sqn, B Troop) crashed in South Vietnam Mar 18, 1969. Both crew KIA.
				15581 (MSN 20245, 17th Cav, 3rd Sqn, A Troop) shot down by ground fire in Cambodia Jun 29, 1970. Both crew KIA.
				15582 (MSN 20246, 17th Cav, 3rd Sqn, A Troop) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Jan 6, 1969. Both crew KIA.
				15587 (AH-1F: MSN 20251). Preserved at American Legion Post #440, Marshville, NC; was apparently 
					previously stored at Fort Drum
				15589 (AH-1F, MSN 20253) Registered N589HF May 12, 2006.  At Army Haviation Heritage Foundation, Tara Field, 
					Georgia Jan 2008
				15595 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				15596 (MSN 20260, 11th ACR) crashed in South Vietnam Aug 21, 1968. Both crew KIA.
				15599 (MSN 20263) noted on display Nov 2010 at Colonel Leo Sidney Boston War Memorial Park, Fremont county
					Airport, Florence, Colorado.
				15603 (MSN 20267) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15607 (MSN 20271) noted Mar 2006 at Armed Forces Museum, Camp Shelby, MS
				15608 (MSN 20272) noted on display at Moose Lake Carlton County Airport, Minnesota Mar 2009.
				15617 (MSN 20281) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15620 (MSN 20284, 77th ARA, B Co) the nav lights not worked on this helo, this caused a midair collision 
					with UH-1H 68-16244 in SVN May 4, 1970. Both crew KIA.
				15624 (MSN 20288) at Pratt Industrial Airport, Kansas Oct 2007
				15633 (MSN 20297) preserved at Cape May County APT, New Jersey.
				15638 (MSN 20302, 11th ACR) crashed during landing at Quan Loi, SVN Jul 10, 1969. Both crew KIA.
				15642 (AH-1F: MSN 20306) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001.
					Has left Fort Drum and is now preserved at Collegedale, TN.
				15646 noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15651 (MSN 20315, 17th Cav, 7th Sqn, C Troop) shot down by ground fire in SVN Jan 15, 1969. Both crew KIA.
				15653 (MSN 20317) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001.  To Guilford Township, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania
				15659 (MSN 20323) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001.  To VFW Polst #6550, Strum, Wisconson
				15660 (MSN 20324) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0457 Sep 14, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				15661 (MSN 20325) to American Legion Post #100, Sparta, Wisconsin
				15662 noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15663 (MSN 20327) on display in May 2014 at the United States Army Heritage Museum, Carlisle, Pennsylvania.  
				15664 noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15665 noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15667 (MSN 20331) the tail and the main rotor separated inflight and crashed in SVN Nov 23, 1969. Both crew KIA.
				15673 (MSN 20337, 334th AHC) shot down by ground fire at night in SVN May 22, 1969. 2 KIA.
				15675 (MSN 20339) noted Aug 2010 on display at Selfridge Military Museum, Michigan
				15676 (MSN 20340) crashed after midair collision with PC-6C N393R over Can Tho, SVN Mar 17, 1971. Both crew 
					killed, and all 3 onboard the PC-6C.
				15683 (AH-1F: MSN 20347). Preserved at AMVETS Post #1986, Sydney, OH; was apparently previously 
					stored at Fort Drum
				15684 (AH-1F: MSN 20348) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001.
					Has left Fort Drum and is now preserved at Susanville, California.
				15685 at NJ NG TC, Sea Girt, NJ May 2007.
				15688 (AH-1F: MSN 20352) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.  To American Legion Post #1279, 
					Campbell, NY
				15689 noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15690 (AH-1F: MSN 20354) shot down in Vietnam Jan 19, 1972 by
					ground fire.  Both crew OK.  Must have been shipped back to
					to the USA as noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001.
					Has left Fort Drum and is now preserved at Niagra Aerospace Museum, Niagara Falls, NY.
				15697 (MSN 20361) assigned to 1st Battalion, 24th Aviation Regiment.
					Accident 23Dec85 Fort Stewart, near Wright Army Airfield, Georgia after midair collision with CH-47 85-24325. 
					While in low altitude cruise flight, during an NVG training mission, the CH-47 and the AH-1S Cobra, flying 
					in opposite directions, collided. The main rotor blades of the CH-47 struck the
					forward cabin area and main rotor system of the AH-1S, which caused the in-flight breakup of both aircraft.
				15700 (AH-1F: MSN 20364). Preserved at VFW Post #4403, Seadrift, TX; was apparently previously stored at Fort Drum
				15701 (MSN 20365) noted withdrawn from use at Fort Indiantown Gap, PA May 24, 2001.
				15703 noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15707 (MSN 20371, 17th Cav, 2nd Sqn, C Troop) crashed due mechanical failure in an unauthorized flight 
					in SVN Jul 10, 1969. Both crew KIA.
				15710 noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15715 noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15717 (MSN 20381) noted Feb 2009 at Veterans Memorial Park, Ryan, IA.  Later at VFW Post #6637, Manchester, IA
				15718 (MSN 20382, 16th Cav) shot down by SA-7 SAM at An Loc, SVN Jun 20, 1972. 2 KIA.
				15720 (AH-1F: MSN 20384) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001.
					Has left Fort Drum and is now preserved at Hoosier Air Museum, Auburn, IN. 
				15721 noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15722 on display at Hillsborough County Veterans Memorial Park, Tampa, Florida.
				15729 (MSN 20393, 20th ARA) crashed due engine failure in SVN Jul 15, 1970. Both crew KIA.
				15736 (AH-1F: MSN 20400) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001.
					Has left Fort Drum.  Seen at Island Lake, Illinois Mar 2008.
				15737 (MSN 20401) to civil registry as N209AH, then to Army Aviation Heritage Foundation
					as N737HF Sep 2002.
				15750 (MSN 20414) on display at Veterans Memorial Park at Breckenridge, Minnesota.
				15752 (MSN 20416, 17th Cav, 2nd Sqn, A Troop) hit trees and crashed in SVN Oct 22, 1971. Both crew KIA.
				15758 (AH-1F) seen in storage in 2006 at Camp Dodge, IA (north of Des Moines) 
				15759 at Aviation Museum of Kentucky, Lexington, Blue Grass Airport, KY
				15760 (MSN 20424, 77th ARA) midair collision with another AH-1G at night in SVN Jul 3, 1971. Both crew KIA.
				15763 (MSN 20427, 361st AWC) shot down by ground fire in SVN Jun 16, 1969. Both crew KIA
				15765 (MSN 20429, 1/1st Avn, B Co) an own illumination rocket hit the cockpit, which caused fire and crashed 
					in SVN Aug 18, 1969. Both KIA.
				15766 (MSN 20430) registered N766HF May 12, 2006.  To Army Aviation Heritage Foundation, Hampton, Georgia
				15768 (MSN 20432) at City of Greer, South Carolina
				15769 (AH-1F: MSN 20433). Preserved at Lidgerwood, North Dakota; was apparently previously stored at Fort Drum
				15771 (AH-1F: MSN 20435) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001
					Has left Fort Drum and is now preserved at Troy, Alabama. 
				15772 (MSN 20436) at American Legion Post #81, Wakefield, NE
				15776 on static display outside Fort Irwin, CA
				15778 (MSN 20442, 4th Avn, B Co) shot down by small arms fire in SVN May 18, 1969. Both crew KIA.
				15784 noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15785 (MSN 20449) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0446 Aug 25, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				15789 noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15790 noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001.  To AMVETS Post #4, Massena, NY
				15791 (MSN 20455) to AMARC as XA0448 Aug 25, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				15795 to American Legion Post #506, Carrolltown, Pennsylvania
				15796 (MSN 20460) at Fort DeRussey Museum, Oahu, HI.
				15797 noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15803 (MSN 20467) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001.  At American Legion Post #11, Florence, AL Apr 2007
				15805 (MSN 20469) to American Legion Post #42, Charlotte, MI
				15809 (MSN 20473) preserved outside VFW Post #8075, Prospect, CT since Jan 2006
				15813 (AH-1F: MSN 20477). Preserved at Waterford, WI; was apparently previously 
					stored at Fort Drum.  Now mounted in front of VFW Post #11038, Rochester, WI VFW post.
				15811 crashed Jun 19, 1992.
				15817 at Ozark Military Museum, Fayetteville RAP./Drake Field, AR Jan 2008
				15819 (MSN 20483) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001.  Noted Sept 20011 with Mohawk Valley Community
					College Aviation Training center, Rome, NY
				15822 on pole at Grand Ledge, Aprams MAP, MI Jun 2007
				15824 (MSN 20488) noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001.  To Village of Bangor, WI
				15826 (MSN 20490) registered Mar 17, 2006 to Army Aviation Heritage Founation
					and Museum of Hampton, Georgia as N826HF.
				15829 (MSN 20493) preserved at Rochester International APT.
				15831 (MSN 20495) to City of Alma, Georgia
				15833 (MSN 20497) noted stored at Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, Texas Mar 2009 and still there Sep 2013.
				15834 crashed at Fort Hood, TX May 12, 1983.  One crew member killed.
				15843 (MSN 20507) withdrawn from use May 18, 2001.  At Veterans Memorial, Elkam Blvd and Evard Drive, Deltona, FL.
				15850 (MSN 20514) to USMC as 157204.  Later returned.
				15851 noted in storage at Fort Drum, Ny May 21, 2001
				15854 (MSN 20518) registered N854HF May 12, 2006.  Stored at Army Aviation Heritage Foundation, Hampton, Georgia
				15862 (MSN 20526, 17th Cav, 3rd Sqn, A Troop) shot down by automatic weapon fire in SVN Sep 17, 1970. 
					1 KIA, 1 injured.
				15866 (AH-1F: MSN 20530). At Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD; was 
					apparently previously stored at Fort Drum
67-15870/15908		Bell OH-13S-BF Sioux
				MSN 3919/3957
				15870 (MSN 3919) with Colombian AF as FAC4214
				15885 (MSN 3934) to Hellenic Army Aviation as ES-703
				15888/15908 (MSN 3937/3957) to Turkish Army
					15897 (MSN 3946) to Turkish Army as 10395.  Preserved at Guvercinlik, Ankara, Turkey
67-15909/15911		Serial numbers not used
67-15912/15965		Bell TH-13T-BF Sioux
				MSN 3631/3684
				15924 (MSN 3643) to civil registry as N99628
				15927 (MSN 3646) to civil registry as N99623
				15932 (MSN 3651). Became N99631; registration cancelled May 27, 2003 on sale 
					to owner in Mexico
				15936 (MSN 3655) to civil registry as N46994
				15942 (MSN 3661) to civil registry as N99619
				15947 (MSN 3666) to civil registry as N64707
				15958 (MSN 3677) to civil registry as N14SD, cancelled Apr 30 1993 as 'destroyed'.
					Now at Everett Community College, Paine Field, WA
				15962 (MSN 3681) on display at Heritage in Flight Museum, Lincoln, IL
				15963 (MSN 3682) at Pueblo Weisebrod Museum, Pueblo, CO.  Carries civilian number of N14941.
				15965 (MSN 3684) to civil registry as N53990
67-15966/15999		Serial numbers not used.
67-16000/16686		Hughes OH-6A Cayuse
				Hughes Model 369A.  MSN 0385/1071.  The manufacturer’s c/n is coded to show the month and year of manufacture 
					in that sequence. Because of the complication of determining the exact c/n, the 6/7-digit c/n quoting month, 
					year and sequence is usually quoted as a 4-digit sequence number only. 
				16000 (MSN 0385) assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company Inn Keeper 
					Assigned to 121st Assault Support Helicopter Company 
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1969-Jun 1969
					Accident May 11, 1969 Can-Tho, South Vietnam
					Assigned to 572nd Military Intelligence Detachment
					Registered N77000 to Pomona Police Department, Pomona, CA, Mar 5, 1997; cancelled Nov 7, 2013
				16001 (MSN 380386) registered N364MD Oct 8, 2008.  Current
				16002 (MSN 0387) assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Apr 1968-May 1968
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
					Assigned to A Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Mar 1969-Mar 1970
					Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment May 1970-Aug 1970
					Assigned to 723rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Sep 1970-Nov 1970
					Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Dec 1970
					Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division Jan 1971-Dec1971
					Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Feb 1972-Jul 1972
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Aug 1972-Nov 1972
					Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Dec 1972-Feb 1973
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar73
					Registered N58478 to Desoto County Sheriff’s Department, Hernando, MS, Nov 10, 1994. Registered to Walk 
					Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu; current
				16003 (MSN 0388) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1968
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders 
					Accident Mar 10, 1969, Kontum Province, South Vietnam. 
				16004 (MSN 0389) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
					Accident Aug 9, 1969 South Vietnam
				16005 (MSN 0390) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
					Accident Jun 15, 1970 South Vietnam
				16006 (MSN 0391)  assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry 
					Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Dec 1969-Feb 1970.  Accident Feb 16, 1970 South Vietnam
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders 
					Accident Sep 19, 1970 South Vietnam when the engine failed during takeoff and the aircraft landed hard.
				16007 (MSN 0392) assigned to 13th Combat Aviation Battalion Jun 1968-Apr 1969
					Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse May 1969-Jan1970
					Combat damage Jan 18, 1970 South Vietnam. Recovered and repaired at Xuan Loc, RVN
					Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Feb 1970-Jun 1970
					Assigned to 608th Transportation Company Jul 1970-Sep 1970 
					Assigned to 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Oct 1970-Jan 1972		Named BullsEye
					Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Aug 1972-Jun1973
					Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Jul 1973
					Registered N369LH Jun 8, 2005; current
				16008 (MSN 0393)  Assigned to 62nd Corps Aviation Company 
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1970-Sep 1970
					Shot down Sep 7, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed
				16009 (MSN 380394) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 12th Combat Aviation Group Jun 1968
					Assigned to 56th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jul 1968-Nov 1968
					Assigned to 25 Corps Aviation Company Dec 1968-Nov 1969
					Assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Dec 1969-Jun 1970
					Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1970-Dec 1970
					Damaged in ccident Jan 28, 1971 South Vietnam.  Assigned to 611th Transportation Company Jan 1971 
					Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Feb 1971-Apr 1971
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA May 1971-Dec 1971
					Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Jan 1972
					Registered N51241 as a Hughes / Dudley KP with c/n 380394D, May 6, 2003; cancelled Aug 13, 2003 on export to Australia
					Registered VH-AUF Mar 19, 2004 as a Hughes 369A with c/n 380394D; current
				16010 (MSN 0395) 
				16011 (MSN 0396) 
				16012 (MSN 0397) registered N5473X to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Jul 11, 1991; 
					cancelled Feb 25, 2008.  Substantially damaged Jun 25, 1994
				16013 (MSN 0398)  assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Feb 1970-Mar 1970
					Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts 
					Shot down Dec 9, 1971, Kien Giang Province, RVN
				16014 (MSN 0399) Assigned to 120th Aviation Company Razorbacks Jun 1968-Feb 1969.
					Accident Mar 14, 1969 South Vietnam
				16015 (MSN 380400) assigned 201st Aviation Company Red Barons, South Vietnam.  crashed in South Vietnam Sep 19, 1968. 4 KIA
				16016 (MSN 0401) assigned to 307th Combat Aviation Battalion.  Accident May 20, 1969 South Vietnam
				16017 assigned to US Army National Guard – New York.
					To the Kenosha Military Museum, Pleasant Prairie, WI [1995].
					Renamed and relocated 2007 as the Russell Military Museum, Zion, IL 
				16018 (MSN 380403) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment Darkhorse 
					Collided in midair with OH-6A 66-7854 and crashed near Lai Khe, SVN Jul 4, 1968. 3 KIA.
				16019 (MSN 380404) Assigned to 610th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1970-Apr 1971
					Accident Apr 22, 1971 South Vietnam.  No injures were sustained. Assigned to 79th Transportation 
					Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
					Registered N2101V to the Adair County Sheriff, Kirksville, MO, Aug 1, 1995; cancelled Aug 31, 2004
				16020 (MSN 480405) Assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs named Katie.  Accident Apr 1970
					Registered N488UH as a Hughes 369A Jul 9, 1996; cancelled Sep 19, 1996
					Registration N488UH assigned as a Hughes / United States Helicopter 369A with c/n 480405USH, Sep 19, 1996; ntu
					Last reported at Falcon Field, Phoenix, AZ
				16021 (MSN 0406) registered as N3793A with US Border Patrol Air Operations Nov 2, 2001, later with Department of 
					Homeland Security.  To AMARC Jan 7, 2011.  Registered N3973A with US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health
					Inspection Services Wildlife Serices Jun 14, 2011,
					current.  Offered for sale Oct 2014.  Sale reported Feb 19, 2015
				16022 (MSN 0407)assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse. 
					Accident Mar 17, 1970 South Vietnam
				16023 (MSN 480408) Delivered to US Army May 1968 to Sharpe Army Depot.
					Assigned to 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry, South Vietnam Jun 1968
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 212th Combat Aviation Battalion Wings of Freedom Aug 1968-Sep 1968
					Accident Sep 22, 1968 near Phu Bai, South Vietnam.  	Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer 
					Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Oct 1968
					Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Nov 1968-Jan 1969
					Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Feb 1969-Feb 1970
					Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry, South Vietnam Mar 1970-Apr 1970
					Shot down Apr 27, 1970, South Vietnam. about 5 miles W of Quang Nai city, along the north side of the river.
 				16024 (MSN 0409)  Assigned to 11th Infantry Brigade, 23rd Infantry Division.  Accident Apr 29, 1970 South Vietnam
				16025 (MSN 480410) assigned to A Battery, 377th Field Artillery Regiment, 101st Airborne Division.
					Shot down  Mar 6, 1969 Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam . 2 KIA.
				16026 (MSN 480411) assigned to the 3rd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Bandits Jun 1968-Aug 1969
					Combat damage Aug 1969 South Vietnam when it sustained major damage from an explosion during a bomb assessment.
					Assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Apr 1970
					Combat damage Jun 1970 South Vietnam.  Assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York, 1/142 Aviation Regiment Aug 1972-1994
					Registered N707A; cancelled.  Registered N67PB Aug 27, 1996; current
				16027 (MSN 0412) assigned to 120th Aviation Company Razorbacks Jun 1968-Jan 1970.
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1970-Sep 1971
					Combat damage Apr 19, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed.
					Shot down Sep 4, 1971 South Vietnam
				16028 (MSN 0413)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1968
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968-
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-May 1969
					Shot down May 16, 1969 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit in the engine compartment by small arms fire, 
						crashed and destroyed
				16029 (MSN 0414) assigned 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry, South Vietnam
					Accident Dec 28, 1968 Tay Ninh Province, RVN.  Aircraft destroyed by fire.
				16030 (MSN 0415) assigned to 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Jun 1968
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 212th Aviation Battalion Aug 1968-Nov 1968
					Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support)  Dec 1968-Feb 1969
					Assigned 158th Aviation Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Mar 1969-Dec 1969
					Assigned to A Company, 101st Aviation Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1970-Feb 1970
					Assigned 158th Aviation Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Mar 1970-Oct 1971
					Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry Regiment Nov 1971
					Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Feb 1972-Jun 1972
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Jul 1972
					Registered N6638U to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, 13May96; later to 
						Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
					To AMARC Jan 7, 2011; departed 23Aug11 to US Department of Agriculture, Cedar City, UT
					Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), 
						Cedar City, UT, Jun 16, 2011; current
.				16031 (MSN 0416) assigned A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry, South Vietnam
					Combat damage Apr 26, 1969 Kien Giang Province, RVN, by automatic weapons fire
				16032 (MSN 0417) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry
					Accident Jun 27, 1968 Bien Hoa Province, RVN. During landing approach to a cleared area, the pilot 
					crashed into the trees short of his selected spot resulting in major damage to the aircraft
				16033 (MSN 480418) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
					Flying Circus Aug 1968-Feb 1969.  Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Mar 1, 1969. 2 KIA.
				16034 (MSN 0419) in accident Jul 30, 1968 in South Vietnam
				16035 (MSN 0420) to Heli Tech, Panama City, Florida
				16036 (MSN 0421) registered N58479 to Desoto County Sheriff’s Department, Hernando, MS, Nov 10, 1994; current
				16037 (MSN 0422)  assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts 
					Shot down Mar 20, 1971 Kien Giang Province, RVN. The aircraft was a pink team wing man when it took a 
					hit from a B40 rocket in the fuel cell at 50' AGL and exploded.
				16038 (MSN 0423) accident Aug 9, 1968 in South Vietnam
				16039 (MSN 0424) Assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors 
					Accident Apr 30, 1970 South Vietnam
				16040 (MSN 0425) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment. Named Kentucky Woman 
					Accident into a rice paddy after both rockets hung up in the inboard pods at the same time while on 
					a test flight. The end of the rocket pod burned out and knocked off the tail rotor. The aircraft 
					rolled onto its side after touchdown
				16041 (SMN 480426)  Assigned to 120th Aviation Company Razorbacks Feb 1969-Aug 1969
					Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Oct 1969-Feb 1970
					Registered N6247Z; cancelled.  Registered N626PF Jun 24, 1999; cancelled Mar 18, 2014 on export to Singapore
				16042 (MSN 0427) accident Aug 26, 1968 in South Vietnam
				16043 (MSN 0428) assigned to 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division
					Accident Jun 26, 1970 South Vietnam
				16044 (MSN 0429) Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
					Accident Feb 16, 1970 South Vietnam
				16045 (MSN 0430)  assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment 
					Accident Jan 22, 1970 South Vietnam
				16046 (MSN 0431)  assigned to 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division.  Accident Jan 6, 1969 South Vietnam
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York
				16047 (MSN 0432)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry, Chu Lai Dec70-May71		Named The Pacifier 
					Combat damage May 22, 1971, South Vietnam
				16048 (MSN 0433)  registration N6048 assigned Dec 27, 1995; ntu, cancelled Jun 6, 2011
				16049 (MSN 0434)  Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division, 23rd Infantry Blue Ghosts
					Combat damage 3Jun69 Quang Ngai City. Quang Ngai Province, RVN. 
					Assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse 
					Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment
					Shot down Jun 5, 1972 South Vietnam probably by a SA-7 missile.
				16050 (MSN 480435) assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
					Registered N501SL to the State of Carolina, Columbia, SC, Aug 14, 1995; reregistered Oct 29, 2004
					Registered N501SU Oct 29, 2004; current, registered to Dave’s Helicopter Service, Port Vila, Vanuatu
					On September 28, 2009 the aircraft sustained substantial damage following a loss of engine power 
					and subsequent emergency landing after takeoff from the Wolf Lake Airport, Wasilla, Alaska. 
				16051 (MSN 0436)
				16052 (MSN 0437) in accident Mar 12, 1970
				16053 (MSN 0438)
				16054 (MSN 0439) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 
					Accident Feb 26, 1971 South Vietnam
				16055 (MSN 0440) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
				16056 (MSN 0441)
				16057 (MSN 0442)
				16058 (MSN 0443)  assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Jul 1968-Oct 1968
					Combat damage Oct 1, 1968 Hua Nghia Province, RVN after being hit by automatic weapons fire. Repaired
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion Nov 1969
					Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Dec 1969-Apr 1970
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA May 1970-Sep 1970
					Assigned to 6th Army, Fort Ord, CA Oct 1970-Nov 1970
					Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1970-Jan 1971 
					Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Feb 1971
					Combat damage Feb 23, 1971, South Vietnam and force landed
					Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Mar 1971 
					Combat damage Mar 19, 1971, South Vietnam and force landed
					Combat damage Mar 19, 1971 South Vietnam crashed, burned and destroyed
					Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
				16059 (MSN 0444) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.  Accident Jul 13, 1970 South Vietnam
				16060 (MSN 0445) stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb09]
				16061 (MSN 480446) Assigned to US Army National Guard – Vermont
					Registered N911GD to Martin County Sheriff's Office, Florida Dec 7, 1994, reregistered Oct 24, 2006.  
						Registration N305AZ reserved Jun 11, 2005, taken up Feb 22, 2006.  Current
				16062 (MSN 0447) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
					Flying Circus Aug 1968-Jan 1969 		Named Mack II
					Accident Jan 3, 1969, Hua Hghia, South Vietnam.
				16063 (MSN 0448)  Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry
					Accident Jul 15, 1968 Gia Dinh Province, RVN when crashed into water and sank.
				16064 (MSN 0449)
				16065 (MSN 0450)
				16066 (MSN 0451) Assigned to 199th Light Infantry Brigade 
					Accident Nov 10, 1969 South Vietnam
					Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, 1972
					Noted Oct 2003 preserved at Kansas ANG facility, Forbes Field,
					Topeka, KS on display painted in the colors of the Silver Eagles Demonstration Team [2012]
				16067 (MSN 0452)  assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division 
					Accident Apr 17, 1970 South Vietnam
				16068 (MSN 0453) assigned to 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division
					Accident Jul 3, 1970 South Vietnam
				16069 (MSN 0454) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
					Shot down by RPG Feb 9, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when it 
					was hit by an RPG in the tail rotor section and crashed.
				16070 (MSN 0455) assigned to 56th Transportation Company.  Accident Feb 15, 1971 South Vietnam
				16071 (MSN 0456) assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
					Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1968-Jan 1969	Named Boo
					Accident Jan 2, 1969 South Vietnam.  The aircraft was flown back to Dong Tam at a slow speed, where the 
						pilot and crew chief received medical attention.
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Apr 1969-Nov 1969
					Assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1969-Dec 1971
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 94th Field Artillery Regiment Jan 1972-Mar 1972
					Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Regiment May 1972-Jan 1973 
					Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr 1973
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Jun 1974-
				16072 (MSN 0457) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Mar 1969
					Combat damage Feb 28, 1969 South Vietnam
				16073 (MSN 0458) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1968
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968-Sep 1968
					Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1969-Nov 1969
					Combat damage Nov 16, 1969 An Khe, South Vietnam. Destroyed during a NVA sapper attack at Camp Radcliff, RVN.
					Assigned to 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment 	Named Vengeance Is Mine II
				16074 (MSN 0459)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment  
					Accident Jul 23, 1969 Binh Thuy, South Vietnam after failure of the tail rotor.
				16075 (MSN 0460)  	assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry 
					Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Jul 1968-Aug 1968
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile)
					Accident Oct 6, 1968 Quang Tri Province, RVN.   Struck the ground inverted after tail rotor gearbox failure.
				16076 (MSN 0461) Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  May 1968-Jun 1968
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
					Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Nov 1968-Jan 1969
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Feb 1969-Jul 1969
					Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Aug 1969
					Assigned to Casper Aviation Platoon, 173rd Airborne Brigade Sep 1969-Apr 1970
					Combat damage Apr 8, 1970 South Vietnam. The helicopter was hit in the Forward area causing Fragmentation Damage.
					Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) May 1970
					Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jun 1970-Nov 1971
					Assigned to Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center (ARADMAC), 1st Transportation Battalion, 
						USNS Corpus Christi Bay, Dec 1971
					Assigned to Directorate of Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA Jan 1972 
					Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Feb 1972-Jul 1972
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Aug 1972
					Assigned to Directorate of Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Sep 1972
					Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois Dec 1972-Nov 1973
					Assigned to 85th Division Training, Army Reserves, Chicago, IL 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois Jan `974-
					Registered N6640Z to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Apr 9, 1992; later to 
						Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
					To AMARC Jan 7, 2011; departed Aug 23, 2011 to US Department of Agriculture, Cedar City, UT
					Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), 
						Cedar City, UT, Jun 14, 2011; current
				16077 (MSN 0462) assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 9th Infantry Division Oct 1968-Jun 1969
					Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Nov 1969-Sep 1970
					Accident Jul 30, 1970 South Vietnam during training exercise
					Assigned to 165th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-Jun 1971
					Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Jul 1971-Sep 1971
					Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Oct 1971-Jun 1972
					Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972-Jan 1973
 					Accident Dec 28, 1972 South Vietnam.  Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr 1973
				16078 (MSN 0463)  Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
					Assigned to B Troop, 1st Brigade, 9th Infantry Division Aug 1968-Jan 1969
					Combat damage Feb 7, 1969 South Vietnam
					Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Apr 1969-Jul 1969
					Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Oct 1969
					Combat damage Nov 25, 1969 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit by a 122mm rocket while parked
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA May 1970-Jul 1970
					Assigned to B Troop, 1st Brigade, 9th Infantry Division Sep 1970-Jun 1971
					Assigned H Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1971-Apr 1972
					Combat damage Apr 8, 1972, Bu Dop, Tay Ninh Province, RVN. The pilot was killed by hostile fire 
				16079 (MSN 0464)  Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
					Shot down by small arms fire Sep 26, 1968 Quang Tri Province, RVN, crashed and burned. 
				16080 (MSN 0465)   Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment Darkhorse 
					Accident Aug 7, 1969 South Vietnam
				16081 (MSN 0466)
				16082 (MSN 0467) last reported at Falcon Field, Phoenix, Arizona
				16083 (MSN 580468) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment 
					Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Dec 1971
					Combat damage Nov 2, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed
					Combat damage Jan 29, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed
					Combat damage Jun 19, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed
					Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jan 1972
					Registered N810SB Oct 24, 2000; reregistered Jul 8, 2008
					Registered N369GK Jul 8, 2008; current
					On October 11, 2006 the aircraft ditched in the bay near the shoreline of Ocean Reef Club, Key Largo, 
						Florida; the helicopter incurred substantial damage. 
				16084 (MSN 0469)  bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1971-Jan 1972
				16085 (MSN 0470)
				16086 (MSN 0471) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1969-Nov 1969
					Accident Nov 20, 1969 near LZ Tape, Binh Dinh Province, RVN.   Caught fire and exploded
				16087 (MSN 0472) noted Mar 2004 at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, AL
				16088 (MSN 0473) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division
					Shot down May 5, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission 
					when it was hit by automatic weapons fire and crashed.
				16089 (MSN 0474) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1970-Nov 1970
					Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1970
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1971-Jun 1972
					Accident Nov 11, 1971 South Vietnam.  No injuries. Incidental damage to main rotor blade. The aircraft was 
						recovered to An Son.
					Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972-Dec 1972
					Combat damage Dec 11, 1972 north of Plei Djereng and east southeast of Kontum, South Vietnam by small arms fire 
						and force landed on a sand bar. Later recovered to Camp Holloway.
					Registered N5475A to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Jul 11, 1991; later to 
						Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. Sale reported Sep 17, 2013 
				16090 (MSN 0475) assigned to E battery, 82nd Artillery, 1st Cavalry Division.
					Shot down Feb 16, 1970 South Vietnam, crashed and destroyed
				16091 (MSN 0476) noted at Museum of Flying, Santa Monica CA.  Later at Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum, Compton, CA
				16092 (MSN 0477) Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
					Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Nov 1968-Feb 1969
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Mar 1969
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jul 1969-Mar 1970
					Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jun 1970-Aug 1970
					Combat damage Jun 26, 1970 South Vietnam. The aircraft made a precautionary landing
					Accident Sep 16, 1970 South Vietnam. While en-route to Vi Thanh from Vinh Long, at 1500 feet, the aircraft 
						experienced an engine failure and suffered minor damage.
					Assigned to 108th Division Training, Army Reserves, Charlotte, NC Sep 1971
					Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts Oct 1971-Nov 1971
					Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Regiment Dec 1971-Jan 1973
					Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr 1973
					Assigned to US Army National Guard May 1974
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York, 1/142 Aviation Regiment
					Registered N11572 to Atlanta Police Department Jul 31, 1996. Cancelled Oct 25, 2010 on export to Philippines
					Registered RP-C4910 to Jans Helicopters, Inc.  Registered N369GF Nov 7, 2014; current
				16093 (MSN 0478)
				16094 (MSN 0479) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division
					Accident Oct 23, 1971 South Vietnam
				16095 (MSN 0480) 
				16096 (MSN 580481) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment 
					Ruthless Riders Jul 1968.
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Nov 1968
					Accident Nov 20, 1968 South Vietnam in training exercise.
					Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to E Company, 82nd Artillery Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division
					Crashed due tail rotor failure in Phuoc Long Province, SVN May 17, 1970. 1 injured.
				16097 (MSN 580482) assigned to A Company, 1st Aviation Battalion, 1st Infantry Division
 					Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Aug 23, 1968. 4 KIA.
				16098 (MSN 0483)
				16099 (MSN 0484) in accident Jul 16, 1968 in South Vietnam
				16100 (MSN 0485) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
					Flying Circus Jun 1969-Oct 1969.  Accident Nov 21, 1969 South Vietnam
				16101 (MSN 0486) in accident Aug 28, 1968 in South Vietnam
				16102 (MSN 0487) assigned to B Company, 1st Aviation Company, 1st Infantry Division [May 1969]
					Assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1970-Jan 1971
					Shot down Jan 15, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. The helicopter was destroyed by friendly fire
				16103 (MSN 0488)  assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment [Oct 1969] 
					Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Dec 13, 1970, South Vietnam
				16104 (MSN 0489) assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders 
					Accident Mar 26, 1970 South Vietnam
				16105 (MSN 0490)  
				16106 (MSN 0491) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless 
					Riders Jul 1968.  Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Jan 1970
					Shot down Jan 27, 1970 South Vietnam when hit by small arms fire and force landed. The helicopter was not recovered.
				16107 (MSN 0492) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-May 1969
					Accident May 13, 1969 South Vietnam
				16108 (MSN 580493) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Sep 1969
					Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Sep 9, 1969. 2 KIA.  The aircraft hit the top of a palm tree leaving 
					LZ Two Bits at Bong Song south of LZ English, Binh Dinh Province, crashed and burned.
				16109 (MSN 680494) assigned to 1st Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division
					Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Mar 22, 1969. 2 KIA.
				16110 (MSN 0495)assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1968
					Accident Dec 7, 1968 South Vietnam. Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA.  Returned to South Vietnam
					Registered N6640K to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Apr 9, 1992; later to Department 
					of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
					Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife 
						Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT, Aug 2, 2011; current
				16111 (MSN 580496) 	Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division Oct 1968-Feb 1969
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company (Aviation Detachment), 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Jul 1969-Dec 1969
					Assigned to F Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jan 1970-Feb 1970
					Assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Mar 1970-Dec 1971
					Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Sep 1973-Apr 1975
					Registered as N4337B Aug 20, 1997; current
				16112 (MSN 0497) Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York, 1/142 Aviation Regiment
					Registered as N62575 to the California Department of Justice, Mather, CA, 12Dec97. Registered to County 
						of Butte, Oroville, CA Mar 25, 2003. Current
				16113 (MSN 0498)assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division 1968-1970
					Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1970-Dec 1971
					Combat damage Aug 15, 1971 South Vietnam.  The pilot decided to fly back to the staging area at LZ English. 
						The aircraft was later slung out under a Huey and returned for repair.
					Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1971
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
				16114 (MSN 0499) in accident Mar 7, 1970.  Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1971-Feb 1972
					Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  
				16115 (MSN 0500) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
					Combat damage May 6, 1970 in Cambodia after the aircraft was hit by machinegun fire. The pilot attempted to 
						fly back into South Vietnam but didn't make it, the aircraft crashed and burned.
				16116 (MSN 0501) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1968
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1968-Sep 1969
					Combat damage Sep 25, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire and made a precautionary landing. 
					Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Accident Aug 23, 1970 South Vietnam.  Assigned to US Army National Guard - Virginia
				16117 (MSN 0502) assigned to D Troop, 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1970-Apr 1972
					Registered N6252S Aug 18, 1998; current
				16118 (MSN 0503) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division 1968
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
					Accident Sep 6, 1971 South Vietnam
				16119 (MSN 0504) Assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment  
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1970-Mar 1972
					Registered N6249N; cancelled.  Registered N536 Mar 22, 1999; current
					On November 15, 2003 the aircraft, registered to and operated by MG Aviation, collided with the ground 
					during an instructional flight at Greenville Downtown Airport, Greenville, South Carolina. The helicopter 
					sustained substantial damage
				16120 (MSN 0505) in accident Dec 18, 1970 in South Vietnam
				16121 (MSN 0506) assigned to E Company, 82nd Artillery Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division [Jul 1970]
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1971-Feb 1972
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California, D Company, 40th Aviation Battalion
					To Heli Tech, Panama City Airport (West Side), Panama City, FL.
				16122 (MSN 0507) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse 
					Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts
				16123 (MSN 0508) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 4th Infantry Division
					Hit a tree and crashed 2 mi W of Oasis, Pleiku Province, SVN Aug 12, 1968. 1 KIA.
				16124 (MSN 0509) in accident Jul 1, 1970 in South Vietnam
				16125 (MSN 0510) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
					Accident Apr 8, 1969 South Vietnam
				16126 (MSN 0511) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment. Named The Undertaker 
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 25th Infantry
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1969-Apr 1970
					Shot down Apr 30, 1970, NE of Dak To, Kontum Province, RVN. The aircraft was hit by a B40 rocket after 
					spotting enemy ground troops, exploded, dropped straight into the trees and was destroyed.
				16127 (MSN 0512) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Nov 1971-Feb 1972
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Massachusetts. D Troop 1/110th Air Cavalry, Westover AFB.
					On display at New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, Connecticut
				16128 (MSN 0513) assigned to 108th Division Training, Army Reserves, Charlotte, NC. 
					Accident Jul 27, 1971
				16129 (MSN 0514) 
				16130 (MSN 0515) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division 1968
				16131 (MSN 0516)  assigned to 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division 
					Accident Jul 28, 1969 South Vietnam
				16132 (MSN 0517) in accident Nov 17, 1968 due to engine failure while flying convoy cover out of An Khe, South Vietnam.
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to 1st Cavalry Division, South Vietnam, Dec 1969
					Accident Feb 1970 due to engine failure at Quan Loi, South Vietnam.
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL, Sep 1970-Dec1972
					Assigned to 163rd Armored Cavalry, US Army National Guard – Utah. SOC 1989
					Preserved and on display at the Hill Aerospace Museum, Hill AFB , Ogden, UT
					Rebuilt by students enrolled in the aviation program at Salt Lake Community College, UT
					To the Fort Douglas Museum, Salt Lake City, UT, Nov 2002. Preserved and on display
				16133 (MSN 0518) Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division, Vinh Long Jul 1970-Feb 1971
					Registered N37929 to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, 11Jul91 later to 
					Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC.  Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal 
					Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT, 26Jul11; current
					Crashed April 29, 2014  about 14.5 mi E of Bullfrog Basin airport, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, 
						Bullfrog, Utah.  Pilot and other crewmember seriously injured and helicopter substantially damaged.
				16134 (MSN 0519)  Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr 1970-Jul 1970
					Combat damage May 11,  1970 Cambodia when it took ground fire and made a precautionary landing.
					Shot down Jul 8, 1970 Snipper’s Island, Binh Ding Province, RVN when it took intense ground fire, 
						crashed and burned near LZ English.
				16135 (MSN 0520) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment. 		
						Named California Dreaming [right side]; Kansas Killer [on left side of pylon]
					Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Sep 1969-Feb 1970
					Shot down Feb 24, 1970, Quang Tri Province, RVN. The aircraft was flying interference for Dustoff when 
						it received heavy automatic weapons fire, crashed and burned.
				16136 (MSN 0521) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1969-Nov 1970
					Accident Nov 26, 1970 SW of Pleiku in the Ia Drang Valley, almost due west of Plei Me and about 2Ks 
						from the Cambodian border, South Vietnam. Possible tail rotor failure; helicopter crashed and burned 
						when a white phosphorous grenade exploded.
				16137 (MSN 0522) assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse 
					Accident Jan 21, 1971 South Vietnam
				16138 (MSN 0523) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
					Assigned to 3rd Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division Nov 1968-Jun 1969
					Accident Jun 10, 1969 South Vietnam.  Assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jun 1969
					Assigned Directorate of Support, Sharpe Army Depot Jul 1969-Nov 1969 
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Dec 1969-Mar1970
					Assigned to 166th Transportation Company Apr1970 
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus May 1970-Aug 1970
					Assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns Sep 1970-Jan 1971
					Assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Feb 1971-Jun 1971
					Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1971-Feb 1972
					Combat damage Feb 13, 1972 into a Vietcong bunker complex, Bien Hoa Province, South Vietnam
				16139 (MSN 0524)
				16140 (MSN 0525)
				16141 (MSN 0526) bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1969-Jun 1970.  
					Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jul 1970
					Assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Jul 16, 1971 South Vietnam
				16142 (MSN 0527)  assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
					Shot down  Dec 21, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN. The aircraft was flying low during a reconnaissance mission. 
						Gun emplacements opened up causing the aircraft to crash into trees
				16143 (MSN 0528) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
					Shot down Dec 12, 1969 Phuoc Long Province, RVN when the aircraft was hit with .50 cal. The observer 
						managed to crash land the aircraft despite a nearly severed leg.
				16144 (MSN 0529)  Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry
					Accident Feb 12, 1970 Binh Duong Province, South Vietnam.  Three crew members OK, but aircraft was 
						totally consumed by fire.
				16145 (MSN 0530)  Assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse 
					Accident Apr 15, 1969 South Vietnam
				16146 (MSN 0531)
				16147 (MSN 0532) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand 
					Accident Oct 6, 1968
				16148 (MSN 0533) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand 
					Aug 1968-Oct 1968.  Assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Nov 1968-Jul 1970
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Dec 1970-Jan 1971
					Assigned to 108th Division Training, Army Reserves, Charlotte, NC Jul 1971-Sep 1971
					Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Oct 1971-Apr 1972
					Accident May 12, 1972 South Vietnam
				16149 (MSN 0534)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
					Assigned to 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry.  Accident May 21, 1970 South Vietnam
				16150 (MSN 0535)
				16151 (MSN 0536)  assigned to D Troop, 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
					Accident Aug 17, 1969 South Vietnam
				16152 (MSN 0537)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders 
					Accident Aug 16, 1970 South Vietnam.   Crew returned and aircraft was recovered later.
					Accident Aug 22, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft experienced a loss of rotor RPM while at slow 
					flight on a visual reconnaissance. The pilot turned into wind and landed hard in a sloped clearing
				16153 (MSN 0538) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
					Assigned Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, Division Artillery, 4th Infantry Division Nov 1968-Jun 1969
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Dec 1969-Apr 1970
					Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jun 1970-Jul 1970
					Accident Jul 4, 1970
				16154 (MSN 0539)
				16155 (MSN 0540) registered N502SN Apr 18, 2000.  Current
				16156 (MSN 0541)
				16157 (MSN 680542) bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1971-Sep 1971
					Assigned to Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center (ARADMAC), NAS Corpus Christi, TX, 
					Registered N98MP to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Jefferson City, MO, Feb 24, 1995; sale reported 
						Aug 7, 2007, cancelled Jul 30, 2013
					On August 7, 2002 the aircraft, operated by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, was substantially damaged 
						during a forced landing shortly after takeoff from the Springfield Downtown Airport (3DW), Springfield, Missouri.
				16158 (MSN 0543) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
					Flying Circus Sep 1969-Aug 1970
					Assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns 
					Shot down by NVA Dec 13, 1970, Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam. Caught fire and exploded
				16159 (MSN 0544)  assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot.
					Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1968.
					Accident Aug 23, 1968 South Vietnam
				16160 (MSN 0545)
				16161 (MSN 680546) assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry [1971].
					Accident Jan 19, 1971 South Vietnam.
					Registered N90176 to Charles F Kelly, Apr 19, 2000. Registered to RPA Leasing Jun 6, 2001. Registered to 
					Spotters Inc, Port Vila, Vanuatu, May 28, 2008; current
				16162 (MSN 0547) assigned to 2nd Brigade, 9th Infantry.
					Accident Jun 8, 1969 Dinh Tuong Province, RVN. Crashed into river and sank rapidly.
				16163 (MSN 0548)
				16164 (MSN 0549) assigned to US Army National Guard – New York, 1/142 Aviation Regiment.
					Registered N4191T to Lane County Sheriff’s Department, Eugene, OR, Aug 25, 1994. Current with private owner
				16165 (MSN 0550) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
					Accident Mar 18, 1969
				16166 (MSN 0551)  assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Feb 13, 1969
				16167 (MSN 0552)
				16168 (MSN 0553)  assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jun 1970-Jul 1970.
					Shot down Jul 28, 1970, Quang Tri Province, RVN. The aircraft was on pink team mission SE of Khe Sahn 
						when it was hit with .51 cal fire causing the aircraft to explode and crash
				16169 (MSN 0554)assigned to VII Corps [RoK?] Support Company.
					Destroyed May 3, 1970, South Vietnam [presumably during the Vietcong attack on LZ Betty]
				16170 (MSN 0555)assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 11th Infantry Brigade, 23rd Infantry.
					Aircraft blown up Jul 8, 1970 by a RPG while on the ground at Vietcong strong hold, Quang Ngai Province, RVN. 
				16171 (MSN 0556) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Sep 1968-Dec 1968
				16172 (MSN 0557) Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Sep 1968-Apr 1969.
					Assigned to the US Army National Guard - New Jersey.
					Preserved and on display at the National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey
				16173 (MSN 0558)  assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1969
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to 605th Transportation Company
					Destroyed May 3, 1970, South Vietnam [presumably during the Vietcong attack on LZ Betty
				16174 (MSN 0559) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Sep 1968-Apr 1969.
					Shot down Apr 17, 1969 Quang Ngai Province, RVN by .51 cal machine gun fire. The aircraft caught on fire 
						in the air and exploded on impact.
				16175 (MSN 0560) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Sep 1968-Dec 1968.
					Shot down Dec 9, 1968 South Vietnam, crashed and destroyed
				16176 (MSN 0561)  assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Sep 1968-Dec 1968.
					Accident Jan 1, 1969 South Vietnam
				16177 (MSN 0562) accident Mar 22, 1971
				16178 (MSN 0563)
				16179 MSN 0564) in accident Jul 26, 1970
				16180 (MSN 0565)  assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment 
					Accident Mar 7, 1970 South Vietnam.
				16181 (MSN 0566) registered N501SN to Saluda County Sheriff's Office, South Carolina Nov 3, 1994, current
				16182 (MSN 0567) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Nov 1969-Feb 1971
					Accident Feb 12, 1971 South Vietnam
				16183 (MSN 0568) 
				16184 (MSN 0569)
				16185 (MSN 0570) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords.
					Shot down Sep 26, 1968 west of Tam Ky, RVN. This LOH was Shot down north of LZ Young while operating 
						with D 1/52 Infantry. 
				16186 (MSN 0571)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Sep 1968-Dec 1968.
					Assigned to D Company, 229th Aviation Regiment.  Accident Jan 29, 1971 South Vietnam
				16187 (MSN 0572)assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1968-Feb 1969 	Named JoAn
					Combat damage Oct 5, 1968 South Vietnam when the aircraft took hits from small arms fire and made a 
						precautionary landing
					Combat damage Dec 9, 1968 South Vietnam when the aircraft took hits from small arms fire and made a forced landing
					Accident Feb 22, 1969 South Vietnam.  Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jul 1969-Dec 1969.
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Feb 1970-Jan 1971.
					Accident Jan 23, 1971 South Vietnam.
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Feb 1971-May 1971.
				16188 (MSN 0573)assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1968-Feb 1969.
					Shot down Mar 18, 1969 Hua Nghia Province, RVN, causing fatal injuries to the crew chief. 
					The pilot was rescued and the aircraft later recovered.
					Registered N126BC to the Desoto County Sheriff’s Department, Hernando, MS May 18, 1998. Expired Apr 30, 2014
				16189 (MSN 0574)assigned to 198th Brigade, 23rd Infantry.
					Shot down Jan 15, 1969 Quang Ngai Province, RVN. The pilot of the aircraft was able to make a successful 
						forced landing, but the enemy on the ground killed all three occupants.
				16190 (MSN 0575) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 1st Armored Division.
					Combat damage Feb 16, 1970 Thua Thien Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when 
						it was hit by automatic weapons fire.
					Accident Apr 22, 1970 South Vietnam
				16191 (MSN 0576)
				16192 (MSN 0577) assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns.
					Accident Nov 1, 1970 South Vietnam
				16193 (MSN 0578) assigned to 9th Cav, 1st Sqn, C Troop.   Shot down by ground fire in SVN Oct 18, 1970. 3 KIA.
				16194 (MSN 0579) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1968-Mar 1969
				16195 (MSN 0580) stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
				16196 (MSN 0581)  assigned to D Troop, 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry.  Accident 19Mar70, South Vietnam
				16197 (MSN 0582)  assigned to 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division.
					Accident Dec 19, 1970, South Vietnam
				16198 (MSN 0583) registered N6638R to US Border Patrol Apr 9, 1992.  Registration cancelled by FAA
					Feb 16, 2005 as written off at Laredo, TX Dec 27, 1998.
				16199 (MSN 0584) Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.  Shot down  May 14, 1970 in Cambodia. 
				16200 (MSN 0585)  assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse.
					Accident Oct 10, 1968, South Vietnam
				16201 (MSN 0586) assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse
					Shot down May 2, 1969 Binh Duong Province, RVN.
				16202 (MSN 0587)  assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse [May 1969-Jul 1969]
					Assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
					Accident Mar 17, 1970, South Vietnam
				16203 (MSN 0588)  assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jun 1970-Feb 1971
					Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
					Accident Aug 25, 1971, South Vietnam
				16204 (MSN 0589)  Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968
					Assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs Sep 1968-Oct 1968
					Combat damage Oct 8, 1968 in a river, Dinh Tuong Province, RVN, supporting the 9th Infantry.
				16205 (MSN 0590) Accident Dec 25, 1968, South Vietnam when crashed into water and sank.
				16206 (MSN 0591)
				16207 (MSN 0592) assigned to 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division
					Accident Apr 18, 1969, South Vietnam
				16208 (MSN 0593)  last reported at Wills Point Municipal Airport, Wills Point, Texas
				16209 (MSN 780594) registered N6636H to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, May 13, 1996.   
					On May 12, 2003 the aircraft collided with terrain near Pan Tak, Arizona. Registration; cancelled Feb 16, 2005  
				16210 (MSN 0595)
				16211 (MSN 0596)
				16212 (MSN 0597) assigned to A Battery, 377th Field Artillery Regiment, 101st Airborne Division [Mar 1969]
				16213 (MSN 0598) Assigned to 199th Light Infantry Brigade 
					Accident Jan 29, 1969, South Vietnam
				16214 (MSN 0599)  On July 21, 1995 the aircraft crashed on landing at the Panama City-Bay County International 
					Airport, Panama City, Florida. The helicopter sustained substantial damage. 
					Registered N129BC to Desoto County Sheriff’s Department, Hernando, MS, Apr 7, 1998; current with South 
					Pacific Spotters, Port Vila, Vanuatu
					On November 25, 2001 the aircraft, registered to, and operated by the Desoto County Sheriff's Office, 
						made a hard landing at a private field in Hernando, Mississippi; the helicopter incurred substantial damage.
				16215 (MSN 0600)
				16216 (MSN 0601) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1970-Jun 1971
					Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jul 1971
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
				16217 (MSN 0602) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1970
					Combat damage Jul 30, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and crashed. Recovered and repaired
				16218 (MSN  0603) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division Jul 1968
					Assigned to 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Sep 1968-Jul 1969
					Accident Jul 13, 1969 Quang Tri Province, RVN.   Pilot injured, passenger killed.  
					Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jul 1069
				16219 (MSN 0604)  assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA, 2Apr76 as NASA 731
					Crashed Sep 11, 1981 in the center divider of Highway 580 in the SF Bay area after striking high-tension 
						wires while "scud running".
				16220 (MSN 0605)
				16221 (MSN 0606)  assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse 
					Accident Jul 24, 1969, South Vietnam
				16222 (MSN 0607) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1968-Jan 1969
					Shot down by small arms fire Jan 5, 1969, Phan Rang, South Vietnam. 
				16223 (MSN 0608) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
					Shot down by small arms fire Jan 31, 1970 Thua Thien Province and crashed
				16224 (MSN 0609) Assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery, 101 Airborne.  Crashed into water after takeoff 
					from USS Eversole Oct 17, 1968.
				16225 (MSN 0610) stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
				16226 (MSN 0611) assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery, 101 Airborne
					Shot down by automatic weapons fire  Dec 27, 1969, near LZ Sally, Thua Thien province, RVN , crashed and burned.
				16227 (MSN 0612) assigned to 199th Light Infantry Brigade 
					Accident Dec 26, 1969, South Vietnam
				16228 (MSN 0613) stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
				16229 (MSN 0614) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry
					Combat damage Apr 5, 1970 Quang Tri Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when the  
						observer was killed by small arms fire. 
					Accident May 21, 1970, South Vietnam
				16230 (MSN 0615) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry
					Accident Nov 2, 1969 Sa Dec Province, RVN. The aircraft had a Turbine Overtemperature [TOT] light and 
						turned back to Vinh Long. It hit a hooch on a bank and crashed inverted into a canal.
				16231 (MSN 0616) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam.
					Accident Oct 18, 1968 Quang Tri Province, RVN.  Crashed and burned,  2 injured, one killed. 
				16232 (MSN 0617)
				16233 (MSN 0618) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
					Accident Apr 13, 1970 South Vietnam
				16234 (MSN 0619) assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse.
					Battle damage Nov 25, 1968 Binh Duong Province, RVN by small arms fire. Repaired
				16235 (MSN 0620) registered N472SD to Citrus County Sheriff’s Department, Inverness, FL, Sep 3, 1996; current 
					with South Pacific Spotters, Port Vila, Vanuatu.
				16236 (MSN 0621) assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors. 
					Accident May 18, 1970 South Vietnam.  Accident Aug 28, 1971 South Vietnam
				16237 (MSN 0622) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand 
					Sep 1968-Oct 1968.  Assigned to 199th Light Infantry Brigade Nov 1968-Apr 1969.
					Combat damage Apr 21, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed.
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Oct 1969-Feb 1970
					Assigned to 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Apr 1970-Jan 1972
					Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Nov 1973-
					Registered N6255X Feb 1, 2000; current
				16238 (MSN 0623) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 
					Accident Dec 3, 1969 South Vietnam
				16239 (MSN 0624) assigned to A Battery, 377th Field Artillery Regiment, 101st Airborne Division.  Shot down by 
					enemy gunners Jan 9, 1971, Quang Tri Province, RVN
				16240 (MSN 0625, 17th Cav, 7th Sqn, B Troop) hit a tree and crashed in SVN Aug 28, 1971. 1 KIA, 1 injured.
				16241 (MSN 0626) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1968-Feb 1970.
					Combat damage Aug 7, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire which hit the left forward skid, main rotor 
						blade system, and nose. The aircraft made a forced landing and was later recovered to An Khe for repair.
					Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Nov 1971-Jan 1972
					Assigned to the US Army National Guard - Utah
					Preserved and on display at the Army National Guard unit, Salt Lake City Municipal Airport, UT
				16242 (MSN 0627)  assigned to US Army National Guard – Alabama, B Company, 1st Battalion, 131st Aviation Regiment
				16243 (MSN 0628) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
					Damaged Jan 1970 Quan Loi, South Vietnam when the aircraft hit a tree
					Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Alabama, 117th Air Refueling Wing
					Noted Apr 2004 at ANG Gate, Birmingham IAP, AL
				16244 (MSN 0629) Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders 
					Exploded in midair  Jun 19, 1970 Binh Dinh Province, RVN.
				16245 (MSN 0630)  Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1969-Dec 1969
					On Dec 8, 1969 the aircraft underwent repairs for combat damage.  In accident Dec 11, 1969 in South Vietnam.  
					Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1969
				16246 (MSN 0631) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
				16247 (MSN 780632) assigned to E battery, 82nd Artillery, 1st Cavalry Division
					Accident Sep 6, 1970 South Vietnam
					Registered N345SD Mar 7, 1995; current, registered to Eddie Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu
					On June 21, 2002 the aircraft was destroyed during an in-flight collision with terrain while maneuvering, 
						about 15 miles west-southwest of Central, Alaska 
				16248 (MSN 0633)
				16249 (MSN 0634) assigned to D Troop, 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry
					Shot down by small arms fire Jan 8, 1970 Binh Thuan Province, RVN, crashed and burned
				16250 (MSN 0635)  Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA .
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1969-Dec 1969
					Accident Dec 30, 1969 near Pleiku, South Vietnam
				16251 (man 0636)  Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Oct 1968
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Nov 1968-Jul 1970
					Combat damage Apr 26, 1970 South Vietnam and made an emergency landing. Later recovered and repaired.  
					Damaged Jul 3, 1970 South Vietnam, aircraft flown back to Camp Eagle. 
					Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry, 101st Airborne Division, Chu Lai Sep70-Dec70. 	Named The Dog
					Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division Jan71-Feb71
				16252 (MSN 0637) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 199th Infantry Brigade, Long Binh, South Vietnam. 
					Accident Nov 14, 1968 Bien Hoa Province, RVN.    The fuselage fell to the ground along its original flight 
						path exploding into flame on contact. The body of the pilot was thrown forward from the wreckage for a 
						distance of 6 feet. The observer remained in the wreckage. 
				16253 (MSN 0638) assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company Hillclimber Apr 1970-Jun 1970
					Assigned to 12th Combat Aviation Group 
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Dec 1970-May 1971
					Accident May 24, 1971 near Camp Holloway, Pleiku Province, South Vietnam when the aircraft experienced 
						an engine failure at high speed during a test flight, crashed hard and burst into flames
				16254 (MSN 0639) assigned to 326th Airborne Medical Company, 101st Airborne Division
					Shot down with RPG in SVN Aug 17, 1969. 2 KIA.
				16255 (MSN 0640) Assigned to 6th Battalion, 27th Field Artillery Sep 1968-Dec 1969
					Assigned to Casper Aviation Platoon, 173rd Airborne Brigade Jan 1970-Apr 1970
					Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) May 1970-Dec 1970
					Assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1971-Jan 1972
					Assigned to Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center (ARADMAC), 1st Transportation Battalion, USNS Corpus Christi Bay, Jul 1972
					Assigned to Directorate of Distribution and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA Aug 1972-Sep 1972 
					Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
					Assigned to Directorate of Distribution and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA Dec 1972-Aug 1973 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois Sep 1973-Nov 1973
					Assigned to 85th Division Training, Army Reserves, Chicago, IL 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois Jan 1974-
					Registered N5062Q to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Jul 11, 1991; cancelled Jul 8, 2008
					On April 30, 1996 the aircraft collided with some power lines during a night visual operation near Yuma, 
						Arizona. The helicopter received substantial damage
				16256 (MSN 0641) Assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.  Shot down by small arms fire in Laos Feb 27, 1971. 2 MIA.
				16257 (MSN 0642) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Oct 1968-Dec 1968
				16258  (MSN 0643)  assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969-Sep 1969
					Accident Oct 5, 1969 South Vietnam
				16259 (MSN 0644)
				16260 (MSN 0645)
				16261 (MSN 0646) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.  Accident Jan 16, 1970 South Vietnam
				16262 (MSN 0647) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.  Accident Jun 17, 1970 South Vietnam
				16263 (MSN 0648) assigned to D Troop, 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Jan 25, 1969 South Vietnam
				16264 (MSN 0649) assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts.
					Accident Oct 8, 1970 South Vietnam
				16265 (MSN 0650) preserved at Quonset Air Museum, North Kingstown, Rhode Island
				16266 (MSN 0651) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1968–Oct 1968
					Accident Oct 25, 1968 South Vietnam.  The aircraft landed hard, damaging the aircraft. There were no 
						injuries to the crew. 
				16267 (MSN 0652) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Sep 1968-Feb 1969
					Accident Feb 5, 1969 South Vietnam
				16268 (MSN 0653)  assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts 
					Combat damage Dec 9, 1971, Kien Giang Province, RVN.   Took heavy fire from both .30 Cal and .51 Cal machine guns. 
					The aircraft made to the beach area of the "Hump" before setting down. It had taken a lot of "belly" hits and 
					was leaking fuel everywhere. 
				16269 (MSN 0654)  assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Shot down Aug 9, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN. While flying the area north of Nui Ba Dinh in between LZ 
					Beverly and Cambodia, the aircraft was hit by gun fire. The pilot told C&C that he was on fire. The aircraft 
					exploded after going through trees and hitting the ground hard
				16270 (MSN 0655) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
					Shot down Jan 4, 1969 Kien Giang Province, RVN when it was hit by automatic weapons fire, crashed and burned.
				16271 (MSN 0656)  assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969-Jul 1969
					Accident Jul 19, 1969 South Vietnam
				16272 (MSN 0657) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
					Flying Circus Oct 1968-May 1969.  Accident Jun 17, 1969 South Vietnam
				16273 (MSN 0658)  last reported at the Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Aberdeen, MD
				16274 (MSN 0659) Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment
					Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1972-Nov 1972
					Accident Aug 14, 1972 Le Thanh, South Vietnam.  Assigned to Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance 
						Center (ARADMAC), NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 1973 
				16275 (MSN 0660) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.   Shot down by ground fire west of Hue, SVN Jun 11, 1972. Crew KIA
				16276 (MSN 0661) assigned to 15th Transportation Corps Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile).
					Accident Oct 28, 1969 South Vietnam
				16277 (MSN 0662) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors 
					Accident May 25, 1969 South Vietnam
				16278 (MSN 0663) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
					Destroyed Dec 29, 1968 Binh Long Province, RVN. The aircraft was on an armed reconnaissance mission 
						flying at tree top level and 40 KIAS when it blew up and crashed.
				16279 (MSN 0664) preserved at Quonset Air Museum, North Kingstown, Rhode Island
				16280 (MSN 880665)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1968
					Assigned to E Battery, 82nd Artillery, 1st Cavalry Division Oct 1968-
					Registered N665UH as a Hughes 369A Jul 9, 1996; cancelled Sep 19, 1996
					Registration N665UH assigned as a Hughes / United States Helicopter 369A with c/n 880665USH, Sep 19, 1996; ntu
				16281 (MSN 0666) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors 
					Accident May 13, 1969 South Vietnam
				16282 (MSN 0667) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
					Accident Nov 3, 1968 South Vietnam
				16283 (MSN 0668) registered N36SP to Kentucky State Police, Frankfort, KY, Jul 27, 1994; cancelled Nov 8, 2013
				16284 (MSN 0669)  Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords 
					Accident Sep 15, 1970 South Vietnam, crashed intothe water on the river bank.   The extraction of the 
						downed OH-6A was completed later
				16285 (MSN 0670)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.
					Accident May 7, 1970 South Vietnam
				16286 (MSN 880671) bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA.
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1971-Jun 1972
					Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972-Jan 1973
					Registered N456SD to Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, Phoenix, AZ, Mar 7, 1995; sale reported Aug 9, 2000, 
						cancelled Jul 31, 2013.  Registered N456SD Feb 27, 2014; current
				16287 (MSN 0672) Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Shot down Aug 14, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN, during a reconnaissance mission when it was hit by automatic 
						weapons fire and crashed.
				16288 (MSN 0673)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs. 
					Damaged Mar 20, 1969 South Vietnam by an AH-1G hovering by gusting wind and rotor wash causing blade to 
						strike the tail boom. Aircraft written off.
				16289 (MSN 0674) assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company Hillclimber Apr 1970-Jun 1970.
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment .
					Accident Jul 13, 1971 South Vietnam
				16290 (MSN 0675)  assigned C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Accident Jul 13, 1970 South Vietnam
				16291 (MSN 0676)
				16292 (MSN 0677)delivered to US Army Aug 1968
					Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969-Dec 1971
				16293 (MSN 0678)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse –Jul 1969.
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1969-Nov 1969.
					Destroyed during a NVA sapper attack at Camp Radcliff, RVN Nov 16, 1969.
				16294 (MSN 0679)  assigned C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Accident Sep 21, 1969 South Vietnam
				16295 (MSN 0680)  assigned C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Accident Nov 21, 1968 South Vietnam
				16296 (MSN 0681)
				16297 (MSN 0682)
				16298 (MSN 0683)
				16299 (MSN 0684) assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns.
					Accident Oct 16, 1970 South Vietnam
				16300 (MSN 0685)
				16301 (MSN 0686) assigned to Fort Rucker, AL for pilot training [1971]. Code ‘01E’
					To Fort Bliss, Biggs AAF, El Paso, TX. 
					Preserved and on display at the War Eagles Museum, Santa Teresa, NM
				16302 (MSN 0687) assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse.
					Accident Sep 26, 1969 South Vietnam
				16303 (MSN 0688) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division May 1969
				16304 (MSN 0689) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Oct 1968
					Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Oct 1968-Feb 1969
					Combat damage Feb 8, 1969 South Vietnam and force landed
					Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA Feb 1969-Mar 1969
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Apr 1969-Nov 1969
					Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA Dec 1969
					Assigned to Casper Aviation Platoon, 173rd Airborne Brigade Jan 1970-May 1970
					Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jun 1970-Jul 1970
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1970-Feb 1972 
					Assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Mar 1972
					Assigned to 60th Aviation Company (Assault Helicopter), 17th Aviation Brigade Apr 1972-Jun 1972
					Assigned to Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center (ARADMAC), 1st Transportation Battalion, 
						USNS Corpus Christi Bay, Jul 1972
					Assigned to Directorate of Distribution and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA Aug 1972-Sep 1972 
					Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
					Assigned to Directorate of Distribution and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA Dec 1972-Feb 1974
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar1974-
					Registered N392SD to the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Department, Mayville, NY, Jul 30, 1997; cancelled Aug 7, 2013
				16305 (MSN 0690) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1968-Feb 1969.
					Accident Feb 11, 1969 Polei Kleng, South Vietnam when the aircraft experienced a tail spin in the AO, 
						struck trees and crashed.
				16306 (MSN 0691)  assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
					Accident Aug 7, 1969 South Vietnam
				16307 (MSN 0692) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Oct 1968
					Assigned to 11th General Support Aviation Company, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Nov 1968-Dec 1970
					Assigned to 108th Division Training, Army Reserves, Charlotte, NC Sep 1971
					Assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Oct 1971-Feb 1972	Named Vengeance Is Mine II
					Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division Mar 1972-Jun 1972
					Accident Jun 4,  1972 South Vietnam
				16308 (MSN 0693) assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Aug 3, 1969 South Vietnam
				16309 (MSN 0694)  asigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse.
					Accident Apr 1, 1970 South Vietnam
				16310 (MSN 0695) assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1970-Sep 1970
					Combat damage Sep 17, 1970 South Vietnam
					Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts 
					Accident Jan 5, 1972 South Vietnam
				16311 (MSN 0696) assigned to 166th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1970 -Jul 1970
					Combat damage Jul 21, 1970 17km NE of Pleiku, Pleiku Province, RVN. 
				16312 (MSN 0697)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse. 
					Hit by automatic fire and crashed Sep 11, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN.
				16313 (MSN 0698) 
				16314 (MSN 0699) 
				16315 (MSN 0700)  assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
						Flying Circus Oct 1968-Mar 1969.
					Assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr 1970-Jul 1970
					Shot down by small arms fire and crashed Jul 30, 1970 South Vietnam.  The helicopter was recovered 
						but subsequently SOC.
				16316 (MSN 0701) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.
					Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment 
					Accident Mar 4, 1970, South Vietnam
				16317 (MSN 0702) in accident Nov 5, 1977.
				16318 (MSN 0703) registered N10436 to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Jul 11, 1991; cancelled Mar 25, 1993.
					Destroyed Jun 13, 1992 Sunland Park, NM. The aircraft was being flown on a US Border Patrol surveillance 
						mission when it struck two static lines of a power transmission system. 
				16319 (MSN 0704)
				16320 (MSN 0705)  assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Jan 27, 1969 South Vietnam
				16321 (MSN 0706) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Nov 1969-Feb 1970.
					Accident Mar 7, 1970 South Vietnam
				16322 (MSN 0707) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 
					Accident Jul 15, 1971 South Vietnam
				16323 (MSN 0708) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Oct 1968-Oct 1968.
					Accident Nov 16, 1968.  Modified to Hughes Model 500.
					Registered N8739H Oct 2, 1996; cancelled Mar 18, 2014 on export to Singapore
				16324 (MSN 0709) assigned B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Combat damage Apr 23, 1969, Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam. 
				16325 (MSN 0710) assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors.
					Accident Jul 4, 1971 South Vietnam
				16326 (MSN 0711)  Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry 
					Division Guns Nov 1968-May 1969.	Named Littlest Lobo
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1971-Jun 1972
					Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972-Jan 1973
					Combat damage Jan 22, 1973 South Vietnam. The aircraft sustained battle damage to the control cables 
						for the tail rotor. The aircraft flew back to Phan Thiet but was written off.
					Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Registered N326SD Dec 7, 1999; reregistered Aug 28, 2004
					Registered N993SL Aug 28, 2004; reregistered Sep 28, 2005
					Registered N369MV Sep 28, 2005; current, registered to Heli Fish, Port Vila, Vanuatu
				16327 (MSN 880712)  registered N6246W Apr 4, 2000; cancelled Sep 2, 2014 on export to Palau
				16328 (MSN 0713)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1968
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Nov 1968-Mar 1969
				16329 (MSN 0714)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.
					Shot down Oct 8, 1969 Bien Hoa Province, RVN, by small arms fire and went down in the mud and water.
				16330 (MSN 0715)  assigned to 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry. Accident Feb 27, 1969 South Vietnam
				16331 (MSN 0716) 
				16332 (MSN 0717) registered N8525G to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Jul 11, 1991; cancelled Jun 1, 1992
				16333 (MSN 0718) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1972.
					Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jun 1972-Jan 1973.
					Registered N6638P to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Apr 9, 1992 later to 
						Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
					On April 14, 1997 the aircraft, registered to and operated by the U.S. Border Patrol as a public use aircraft, 
						was substantially damaged during a practice night touchdown autorotation in Marfa, Texas.  Repaired
					To AMARC Jan 7, 2011; departed Aug 23, 2011 to US Department of Agriculture, Cedar City, UT
					Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife 
						Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT, Jun 15, 2011; current
				16334 (MSN 880719) assigned to US Army National Guard – Rhode Island.
					Registered N97LC to Lake County Sheriff's Office; cancelled
					On March 19, 1994 the aircraft, registered to the Lake County Sheriff's Office, was destroyed 
					during impact with trees and the terrain in Northford, Connecticut.
					Registered N67BM Oct 12, 2000; cancelled Mar 2, 2010.
					Registration N500VG reserved Jun 13, 2006; ntu
				16335 (MSN 0720)  bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1970
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr 1970-Nov 1970
					Accident Nov 19, 1970 Binh Dinh Province, RVN. The crew were together in an OH-6A working a sweep 
						through the Soui Cau Valley when they blew up in mid-air, believed that this was 
					either the result of an RPG or tracers to the fuel tank
				16336 (MSN 0721) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Feb 12, 1969 South Vietnam
				16337 (MSN 0722)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.
					Accident May 7, 1970 South Vietnam
				16338 (MSN 0723)  assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.
					Accident Jun 12, 1972 South Vietnam
					Registered N6254Y to the California Department of Justice, Mather, CA, Dec 11, 1997. 
					Registered to County of Butte, Oroville, CA Mar 25, 2003; cancelled Jul 29, 2011
				16339 MSN 0724)  assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division 1968-70
					Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1970-May 1971
					Accident May 10, 1971 near An Son, South Vietnam, when the pilot lost control of the aircraft in a 
						crosswind condition and crashed into tall trees
				16340 (MSN 0726) 
 				16341 (MSN 0726) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Oct 1968-Dec 1968
					Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Dec 5, 1968. 2 MIA.
				16342 (MSN 0727) assigned to 9th Cav, 1st Sqn, E Troop.  Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Sep 29, 1970. 2 KIA.
				16343 (MSN 0728) 
				16344 (MSN 0729) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors .
					Accident Jan 16, 1971 South Vietnam
				16345 (MSN 0730) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment. 
					Accident Aug 6, 1970 South Vietnam
				16346 (MSN 0731) in accident Oct 3, 1970 in South Vietnam
				16347 (MSN 0732) assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 2nd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse.
					Shot down by machine gun fire SE of Bambe, Cambodia Dec 19, 1971. 2 KIA.
				16348 (MSN 0733) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1969
					Combat damage May 30, 1969 South Vietnam
					Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Oct 1970-Feb 1971
					Accident Feb 19, 1971 South Vietnam
				16349 (MSN 980734) registration N1156X assigned Jul 31, 1996.  Current, registered to Walker Helicopters, Port Vila,
					Vanuatu 
				16350 (MSN 980735) combat damage 28Mar70 Vinh Long, RVN by automatic weapons fire and crashed
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to US Army Aviation Systems Test Activity, Edwards Air Force Base, CA for systems testing 1973
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – New Jersey Apr 1974
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York, 1/142 Aviation Regiment
					Registered N6252F Aug 10, 2000; current
				16351 (MSN 0736) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Shot down Apr 4, 1969 Long Khanh province, RVN, crashed and burned 
				16352 (MSN 0737) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1968-Dec 1968
					Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1968
					Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse 
					Accident Jan 17, 1970 South Vietnam
				16353 (MSN 0738) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Accident Jan 9, 1969 South Vietnam
				16354 (MSN 0739) assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1970-Apr 1970
					Hit by small arms fire Apr 30, 1970 in South Vietnam and force landed. The helicopter was destroyed
				16355 (MSN 0740) Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov68
					Shot down by small arme fire and a RPG Nov 21, 1968 Binh Thuan Province, RVN.
				16356 (MSN 0741)  assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 159th Aviation Group Nov 1968-Nov 1969.
					Assigned to A Company, 101st Aviation, 101st Airborne Division Comancheros Jan 1970-Feb 1970
					Assigned to D Company, 158th Aviation Group Mar 1970-Dec 1970
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 158th Aviation Group Jan 1971-Mar 1971
					Accident Mar 17, 1971, South Vietnam.   Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Mar 1971
					Assigned to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Apr 1971
					Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot  May 1971-Jun 1971
					Assigned to Lexington Depot, KY, Jul 1971-Nov 1971
				16357 (MSN 0742) assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
					Shot down by small arms fire Jun 13, 1969 Long Khanh province, RVN. 
				16358 (MSN 0473) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse May 1970-Oct 1970.
					Registered N6249X Jun 15, 2000; current
				16359 (MSN 0744) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Aug 1969-Oct 1969
					Accident Nov 22, 1969 South Vietnam
				16360 (MSN 0745)  assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 
					Combat damage Apr 7, 1971 South Vietnam in the area known as the "Hump", South of Rach Gia on the RVN west 
						coast, along the "Anti-American" canal. (The Western edge of the U Minh Forest).
				16361 (MSN 0746)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1968-Aug 1970
					Accident Aug 16, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft lost the tail rotor and quill.  Accident Aug 22, 1970 
						South Vietnam.  The aircraft was subsequently recovered. 
					To A and S Helicopters, St. Louis Downtown Airport, East Saint Louis, IL.
				16362 (MSN 0747)  Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Apr 13, 1969 South Vietnam
				16363 (MSN 0748)  assigned to A Battery, 377th Field Artillery Regiment, 101st Airborne Division.
					Accident Jan 4, 1969, Thua Thien Province, RVN. The aircraft crashed and burned.
				16364 (MSN 0749)
				16365 (MSN 0750) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Dec 1968-Jun 1969
					Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jul 1969-Dec 1969
					Accident Jan 12, 1970 South Vietnam
				16366 (MSN 0751) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors.
					Accident May 19, 1969 South Vietnam
				16367 (MSN 0752) assigned to 58th Transportation Battalion.
					Accident Dec 20, 1968 Quang Nam Province, RVN. The aircraft was turned in to the 142nd TC Company for 
						maintenance, and crashed in two feet of water on a test flight ant the three occupants were killed.
				16368 (MSN 0753) Assigned to F Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jan 1970-Feb 1970
					Assigned to 163rd Aviation Company, 101st Airborne Division
					Accident Jun 21, 1970 South Vietnam
				16369 (MSN 0754)  assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr69-Oct69
				16370 (MSN 0755) Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC), 23rd Infantry Division (Americal), 
					11th Light Infantry Brigade.  Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Mar 7, 1969. 1 KIA, 1 injured.
				16371 (MSN 0756) assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads. 
					Assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry
					Combat damage Jan 12, 1970 Long An Province, RVN.   Hit by automatic fire, pilot died of chest wounds
				16372 (MSN 0757) Registered N372PD to the Atlanta Police Department, Atlanta, GA, Jul 25, 1996. Reregistered Aug 26, 2004.
					Registration N72PD reserved May 14, 1997; registered Aug 26, 2004. Reregistered Dec 8, 2006
					Registration N910WC reserved Dec 16, 2005; registered Dec 8, 2006; cancelled Feb 19, 2015
					Registration N911JJ reserved; ntu
					On March 26, 2013 the aircraft was substantially damaged when it impacted a stock pond at the Walking 
						Cane Ranch, near Caddo, Texas.  Helicopter impacted the stock pond on the passenger side and immediately sank. 
						1 killed, 1 injured.  Registration cancelled Feb 19, 2015.
				16373 (MSN 0758) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division 1970
					Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1970-Oct 1971
					Accident Oct 5, 1971 South Vietnam
				16374 (MSN 0759) Assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Nov 8, 1969 South Vietnam
				16375 (MSN 0760)
				16376 (MSN 0761) assigned to US Army National Guard – New Jersey
				16377 (MSN 0762)  assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969-May 1969.
				16378 (MSN 0763)  Assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment
					Accident Nov 13, 1969 South Vietnam
				16379 (MSN 0764)assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969-May 1969
					Assigned to 5th Aviation Regiment
					Accident May 18, 1972 South Vietnam
				16380 (MSN 980765)assigned to 120th Aviation Company Razorbacks Nov 1968-Feb 1970
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1970
					Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Apr 1970
					Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Regiment
					Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1972-Jan 1973
					Registered N502SL to the State of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, Aug 14, 1995, cancelled Jan 29, 2001
				16381 (MSN 0766)Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep70
					Combat damage 14Sep70 South Vietnam by small arms fire.
					Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Oct70
					To Texas Aviation Historical Society-English Field Air and Space Museum, Amarillo International Airport, Amarillo, TX.
 					The English Field Air & Space Museum closed its doors in 2007 and lost many of its aircraft.
					Reported 2007 to be at Pima Air and Space Museum, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ.
				16382 (MSN 0767) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969.
					Accident May 2, 1969 South Vietnam
				16383 (MSN 0768)assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1970-Apr 1971
					Shot down Apr 3, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire when flying low level about 12 miles NW of Pleiku, 
						crashed and burned.
				16384 (MSN 0769) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969-Nov 1970
					Shot down Nov 24, 1970 Quang Tri Province, RVN. The aircraft was hit by automatic rifle fire. It left the 
						area and soon the engine quit, so an attempted landing was made. The aircraft burst into flames before 
						crashing and exploded.
				16385 (MSN 0770) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Apr 1969
					Combat damage Apr 27, 1969 Thua Thien Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when it 
						was hit by automatic weapons fire.
				16386 (MSN 0771) bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA.
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1971-Dec 1971.
					Accident Dec 27, 1971 South Vietnam
				16387 (MSN 0772) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry.
					Shot down May 30, 1969 Binh Duong Province, RVN, when it received enemy fire, caught on fire and crashed.
				16388 (MSN 0773)  assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
						Flying Circus Jun 1970-Feb 1971.
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident May 13, 1971 South Vietnam.
				16389 MSN 0774) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Nov 11, 1970 South Vietnam
				16390 (MSN 0775) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Shot down Dec 30, 1969, Phuoc Long Province, RVN by .51 cal fire while assisting an ARVN unit pinned 
						down in a bamboo forest
				16391 (MSN 0776) 	assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry
					Accident Nov 19, 1970 Thua Thien Province, RVN, when the aircraft went IFR in a cloud bank and flew 
					into the ground during a low reconnaissance mission to recover a ranger team.
				16392 (MSN 0777) assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division. 
					Accident Sep 5, 1970 South Vietnam
				16393 (MSN 0778) 
				16394 (MSN 0779) assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment .
					Accident Oct 14, 1969 South Vietnam
				16395 (MSN 0780) Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry
					Combat damage 13Dec68 Hua Nghia Province, RVN when it was hit by automatic weapons fire, crashed and burned.
				16396 (MSN 0781)  assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
					Combat damage Apr 21, 1970 Bien Hoa Province, RVN, during a reconnaissance mission.
					Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company
				16397 (MSN 0782)  assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 101st Aviation Regiment.
					Accident Apr 18, 1969 South Vietnam
				16398 (MSN 0783) assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
					Accident May 12, 1969 at Di An, South Vietnam.
					Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Mar 1970-Dec 1970.	Named Pig Pen. 
					Accident Dec 1970 South Vietnam when the tail rotor failed.
				16399 (MSN 0784) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Dec 1968-May 1969
					Shot down May 4, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed
				16400 (MSN 0785)  assigned to 25th Infantry Division Artillery.
					Shot down Jan 17, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN. The aircraft was returning to Tay Ninh from a Fire Support 
						Base [FSB] when it was hit by .50 cal and crashed. The aircraft shot up on ground.
				16401 (MSN 0786)  assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Jan 5, 1970 South Vietnam
				16402 (MSN 0787) assigned to 1st Infantry Division Artillery.
					Accident May 26, 1969 South Vietnam
				16403 (MSN 0788) assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads 
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
						Flying Circus Jul 1969-Mar 1970
					Accident Apr 8, 1970 South Vietnam.  No fire or injuries.   Assigned to B Company, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry
					Accident May 1, 1972, South Vietnam
				16404 (MSN 0789) assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) May 1970-Jul 1970
					Assigned to 15th Transportation Company Aug 1970 
					Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Sep 1970-Oct 1970
					Assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns Nov 1970-Dec 1970
					Assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jan 1971
					Assigned to 166th Transportation Company Feb 1971
					Assigned to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Mar 1971-Apr 1971
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA May 1971-Dec 1971
					Assigned to Directorate of Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Jan 1972
					Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Feb 1972
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Tennessee Mar 1972
					Accident Jul 2, 1984 near Only, TN. The aircraft crashed while helping to search for three prison 
						escapees near Only.   Reported to be at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				16405 (MSN 0790) assigned to B Company, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
						Hit in the transmission by a B-40 rocket Jun 5, 1970 Thua Thien Province, RVN
				16406 (MSN 0791)
				16407 (MSN 0792)
				16408 (MSN 0793) assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads 
					Assigned to Division Artillery, 25th Infantry Division 
					Accident Mar 8, 1969 South Vietnam.  Tail boom severed by main rotor blades.  Assigned to 2nd Brigade, 
					25th Infantry Division [May 1969, Jun 1969]
					Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry [Dec 1969-Jan 1970]
					Combat damage Jan 16, 1970 South Vietnam and force landed. Later recovered for repair
					Assigned to 605th Transportation Company [Jan 1970] 
					Combat damage Jan 26, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit by a 122mm rocket while parked in a revetment
					Assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment 
					Accident Feb 27, 1972 South Vietnam
				16409 (MSN 0794)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
					Accident Nov 5, 1969 South Vietnam
				16410 (MSN 0795)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
					Accident Dec 14, 1969 South Vietnam
				16411 (MSN 0796)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Nov 1968-May 1969
					Accident May 10, 1969 South Vietnam
				16412 (MSN 0797, 9th Cav, 1st Sqn, A Troop) shot down by ground fire in Kracheh province, Cambodia 
					Mar 10, 1971. 2 KIA, 1 returned.
				16413 (MSN 0798) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse .
					Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry. 
					Accident Sep 13, 1969 South Vietnam
				16414 (MSN 0799)
				16415 (MSN 0800)
				16416 (MSN 0801) assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1970-Dec 1970
					Combat damage Dec 12, 1970 South Vietnam
				16417 (MSN 0802) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 196th Infantry Brigade
					Shot down Jun 28, 1971 Quang Nam Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a mission north of LZ Mary Ann. 
					The aircraft was shot down in the river delta south of Da Nang. 
				16418 (IMSN 0803)
				16419 (MSN 0804) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse.
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2nd Infantry Brigade, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
					Combat damage Nov 2, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN. The aircraft was hit by a RPG while hovering near a tree line.
				16420 (MSN 0805)
				16421 (MSN 0806) Registration N7213X assigned Apr 2, 1997; ntu, cancelled May 25, 2011
				16422 (MSN 0807)
				16423 (MSN 0808)
				16424 (MSN 0809)
				16425 (MSN 0810) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 4th Infantry Division Dec 1968-Mar 1969
					Combat damage Mar 3, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Later recovered for repair
					Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Nov 1969-May 1971
					Damaged Mar 16, 1970 South Vietnam when the rotor blades struck a tree when lifting off from a bomb crater.
					Combat damage Apr 8, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Later recovered for repair
					Accident May 11, 1971 South Vietnam.  Aircraft lifted out.   Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jan 1972-Sep 1972
					Loan to Bureau of Customs, Washington, DC, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Dec 1972-Nov 1975
				16426 (MSN 0811) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Dec 1968-Jun 1969
					Registered N911TQ to St Louis County Police Department, Clayton, MO, Sep 7, 1999; current
				16427 (MSN 0812) 
				16428 (MSN 0813) asigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment 	[1972]	Named Love American Style
				16429 (MSN 0814) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
					Accident Jun 12, 1970 South Vietnam
				16430 (MSN 0815) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Accident Sep 11, 1970 South Vietnam
				16431 (MSN 0816) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
					Shot down Apr 30, 1970 in vicinity of FB Ripchord, Thua Thien Province. The aircraft had been hit by a RPG; it was trailing flames 
						and flew for about 15 seconds as the flames increased and then exploded in a ball of flames and fell to the ground
				16432 (MSN 0817) in accident Dec 10, 1968 South Vietnam
				16433 (MSN 0818) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division 1968-69.
					Assigned A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division
					Accident Mar 30, 1971, South Vietnam. 
				16434 (MSN 0819) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry 
						Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Dec 1968-Mar 1969.
					Assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry 
					Accident Dec 15, 1970, South Vietnam
				16435 (MSN 1080820) Assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads 
					Assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse [Jan70-Apr70]
					Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts [Sep70-May71] 
					Combat damage Sep 7, 1970 South Vietnam and crashed. Recovered and repaired.
					Registration N41776 reserved Jul 1, 2004, taken up Aug 24, 2004. Owned by Olympic Flight Museum, Olympia, Washington.
				16436 (MSN 0821) 
				16437 (MSN 0822) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords.
					Accident Feb 19, 1969 South Vietnam
				16438 (MSN 0823) assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Dec 1969-Jan 1971
				16439 (MSN 0824)  assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Accident Dec 12, 1970 South Vietnam
				16440 (MSN 0825) in accident Sep 28, 1970 South Vietnam
				16441 (MSN 0826)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Dec 1968-Mar 1969.
					Combat damage Mar 26, 1969 Pleiku Province, RVN, just before sunset looking for the lost Rolex watch of Squadron S3
				16442 (MSN 0827)  assigned C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Accident Mar 13, 1969 South Vietnam
				16443 (MSN 0828)assigned  to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
				16444 (MSN 0829)  assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1970-Jun 1970
					Accident Jun 3, 1970 in mid-air collision 9km south of Plei Mrong, RVN, with OH-6A 66-14393 caused by hostile fire
				16445 (MSN 0830) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.
					Accident Jan 28, 1970 South Vietnam
				16446 (MSN 0831) assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Dec 1968-Jun 1969.
					Combat damage Jan 6, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Repaired.
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 158 Assault Helicopter Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Jul 1969-Dec 1969.
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jan 1970-Feb 1970
					Damaged Feb 19, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft flew between two 30ft tall trees and struck a wire 
						that had been strung between them, damaging a rotor blade.
					Assigned to 163rd Aviation Company, 101st Airborne Division Mar 1970-Apr 1970
					Assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment May 1970-Aug 1970
					Combat damage Aug 31, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire, force landed and destroyed.
				16447 (MSN 0832)  assigned to US Army National Guard – Oklahoma.
					Last noted at Tulsa AASF, Tulsa, Oklahoma
				16448 (MSN 0833)  assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Dec 1968-Jul 1969.
					Assigned to 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Aug 1969-Sep 1969.
					Accident Sep 22, 1969 South Vietnam due to main rotor failure.  The crew immediately evacuated the helicopter 
						with only minor injuries. A fire developed within seconds of final impact, which consumed the helicopter.
				16449 (MSN 1080834)  registered N584SD to Desoto County Sheriff’s Department, Hernando, MS, May 9, 1996; cancelled
					Registered N584SD to Walk-Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu, 5Jan09; current
					On September 7, 1999 the aircraft collided with the ground while on approach to a helipad in Hernando, Mississippi
				16450 (MSN 0835) 
				16451 (MSN 0836) assigned to Division Artillery, 23rd Infantry Division.
					Accident Dec 26, 1969 South Vietnam
				16452 (MSN 0837) Assigned to Division Artillery, 25th Infantry Division. 
					Accident Sep 25, 1969 South Vietnam
				16453 (MSN 0838) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Dec 1968-Feb 1969
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar70-Jul70
					Combat damage Apr 29, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit by small arms fire and force landed
					Shot down Jul 24, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit by B-40 rockets, crashed and destroyed

				16454 (MSN 0839) assigned to E Troop, 82nd Artillery Battalion, 1st Cavalry.  Shot down by small arms fire 
					in Cambodia May 21, 1970. 4 KIA.
				16455 (MSN 0840) with 1st Cav, 7th Sqn, B Troop,shot down by small arms fire in SVN Mar 13, 1969. 1 KIA.
				16456 (MSN 0841) in accident Mar 1969 South Vietnam.
					Assigned to 20th Transportation Company
				16457 (MSN 0842) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry
				16458 (MSN 0843)  Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Nov 1969-Feb 1970
					Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Mar 1970-Apr 1970
					Accident Apr 27, 1970 South Vietnam
				16459 (MSN 0844) delivered to US Army Nov 1968.
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
					Accident May 10, 1970, South Vietnam. 
				16460 (MSN 0845)  assigned to 5th Transportation Company
					Accident Mar 15, 1969 Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam
				16461 (MSN 0846)  
				16462 (MSN 1080847)  registration N6253P Jul 28, 2000; cancelled Jul 19, 2012
				16463 (MSN 0848) Assigned to 605th Transportation Company.
					Destroyed May 3, 1970, South Vietnam [presumably during the Vietcong attack on LZ Betty]
				16464 (MSN 0849) registered N464MC Apr 1, 1999, reregistered Jul 24, 2003; reregistered N501MM Jul 24, 2003.  Registration 
					cancelled Dec 15, 2005 on sale to owner in Venezuela and registered YV1655
				16465 (MSN 0850)
				16466 (MSN 0851) in accident Mar 22, 1971 in South Vietnam
				16467 (MSN 0852) assigned to 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division.
					Accident Aug 5, 1969 South Vietnam
				16468 (MSN 0853) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Jul 1969
					Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Nov 1969-Dec 1969
				16469 (MSN 0854)
				16470 (MSN 0855) assigned to Royal Thai Army Volunteer Regiment, 9th infantry Division Dec 1968-Jun 1969
					Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jul 1969-Oct 1969 
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Nov 1969-May 1970
					Combat damage May 5, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and crashed. 
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Sep70-Sep71
					Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Nov 1971-Feb 1972		Named Cheap Thrills 
					Accident Feb 18, 1972 South Vietnam.  Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Aug 1972-Apr 1973
					To NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, May 1973-Jun 1973
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Aug 1973-
				16471 (MSN 0856)
				16472 (MSN 0857) 
				16473 (MSN 0858)  assigned to 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1968-Feb 1970.
					Combat damage Feb 27, 1970, South Vietnam
				16474 (MSN 0859)  assigned to VII Corps [RoK?] Support Company
					Destroyed May 3, 1970, South Vietnam [presumably during the Vietcong attack on LZ Betty
				16475 (MSN 1180860)  Assigned to US Army National Guard – Alabama, 252nd Transportation Truck Company.
					Registered N50MP to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Jefferson City, MO. Current, registered to Air America LLC
				16476 (MSN 0861)  registered N6638J to United States Border Patrol Immigration and Naturalization Service, 
					El Paso, TX, Apr 9, 1992; cancelled Mar 25, 1993
					Substantially damaged Dec 1, 1992
				16477 (MSN 1180862) assigned to 2nd Battalion, 101 Airborne Division Brandy, South Vietnam Dec 1968 – Feb 1971
					Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, 1972-1974
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 342nd Aviation, Army National Guard – New York, Albany County airport, NY 1974  – 1991
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York, 1/142 Aviation Regiment, New York, Rochester, NY 1991 – 1994
					Registered N81751 to Weschester County Department of Public Safety, New York Mar 17, 1995, expired Jul 31, 2014.  
					In Oct 2014 was on display at Connecticut Air And Space Center, Sikorsky Memorial Airport, Bridgeport, Connecticut.
				16478 (MSN 0863) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jan 1969-Feb 1969.
					Shot down by small arms fire near Ben Tre, Kien Hoa Province, SVN Feb 25, 1969. 2 KIA.
				16479 (MSN 0864) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry.   Crashed due engine 
					failure in SVN Dec 1, 1969. 1 KIA, 2 injured.
				16480 (MSN 0865)
				16481 (MSN 0866) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1970-May 1970
				16482 (MSN 0867) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Mar 22, 1969. 3 KIA.
				16483 (MSN 0868) assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Jan 1969-Aug 1969.
					Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Sep 1969-Feb 1971.
					Combat damage Feb 10, 1971, South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed.
				16484 (MSN 0869) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Nov 5, 1969, South Vietnam.
					Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors.  
					Shot down by automatic weapons fire Nov 24, 1970 South Vietnam.
				16485 (MSN 0870)  assigned to 121st Assault Helicopter Company Tigers, Vikings, Soc Trang.
					Combat damage Jan 17, 1970 Ba Xugen Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when 
					it was hit by a RPG and made a forced landing.
				16486 (MSN 0871) assigned to B troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Shot down May 23, 1971 Bien Hoa Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when it was 
						hit by automatic weapons fire, crashed and burned.
				16487 (MSN 0872) assigned to 9th Aviation Battalion, 9th Infantry Division.
					Accident Mar 29, 1969 South Vietnam
				16488 (MSN 0873) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Feb 1969-Jun 1969.
					Assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Sep 20, 1969 South Vietnam
				16489 (MSN 0874) assigned to 20th Engineer Brigade
					Accident Dec 23, 1969 Long Khanh province, RVN when crashed and exploded on impact after hitting high tension wires.
				16490 (MSN 0875) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Jan 1969.
				16491 (MSN 0876) Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to 166th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Dec 1971-Jun 1972
					Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972
					Last reported at the Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Aberdeen, MD
				16492 (MSN 0877) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1969-May 1969.
					Shot down May 13, 1969 west of Phan Thiet, RVN, crashed and burned
				16493 (MSN 1180878) registered to N8525Y with US Border Patrol Air Operations Jul 11, 1991, later to Department 
					of Homeland Security.  To AMARC.  To US Department of Agriculture /Aphis Ws Aviation Training May 3, 2011, 
					current.  For sale Oct 2014.
				16494 (MSN 0879) 
				16495 (MSN 1180880) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Jan 1969.
					Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 937th Engineer Group Feb 1969-May 1969.
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 159th Assault Helicopter Company, 101st Airborne Division 
						Jun 1969-Nov 1969.
					Damaged Jul 22, 1969 South Vietnam when the pilot entered autorotation, touched down hard, skidded 103ft then 
						the left skid broke causing the strut to be torn from the aircraft.
					Assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1969-Jan 1972.
					Combat damage Jan 23, 1970 South Vietnam and force landed.
					Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972.
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Oct 1973- 
					Registered N56TW to Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control, Montgomery, AL, Aug 23, 1994. Current with private owner.
				16496 (MSN 0881)
				16497 (MSN 0882) assigned to 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division.
					Accident Jul 9, 1970 South Vietnam.
				16498 (MSN 0883) Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1969-Apr 1970.
					Accident Apr 14, 1970 South Vietnam.  . There was no post accident fire and there were no injuries.   
					Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1972
				16499 (MSN 0884) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1972-Apr 1972
					Shot down Apr 19, 1972 Pleiku Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission SW of Pleiku against a 
						reported NVA brigade. The aircraft took on 8mm arms fire, crashed and burned
				16500 (MSN 0885) assigned to 163rd Aviation Company, 101st Airborne Division.  Accident Nov 2, 1969, South Vietnam
				16501 (MSN 0886)
				16502 (MSN 0887, 9th Avn, B Co) crashed into water 5-7 KM SS of Moc Hoa, SVN Feb 5, 1969. 2 KIA, 1 injured.
				16503 (MSN 0888) assigned to 3rd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division.
					Accident Jan 12, 1970 South Vietnam
				16504 (MSN 0889) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Apr 1969
				16505 (MSN 0890) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1969-Mar 1969.
					Shot down Mar 6, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed
				16506 (MSN 0891) assigned to Army National Guard, Maryland.  To display at International Helicopter Museum, 
					Weston-Super-Mare, UK Sep 1999
				16507 (MSN 0892) assigned to 20th Engineer Brigade.
					Shot down Mar 11, 1969 Bien Hoa Province, RVN and crashed
				16508 (MSN 0893) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1971-Jan 1972
					Accident Jan 20, 1972 South Vietnam
				16509 (MSN 0894) assigned to 5th Battalion, 22nd Field Artillery.
					Accident May 11, 1969 Pleiku, South Vietnam
				16510 (MSN 0895) assigned to Division Artillery, 23rd Infantry Division. 
					Accident Jul 23, 1969 South Vietnam
				16511 (MSN 0896) assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse.
					Accident May 9, 1969 South Vietnam.
				16512 (MSN 0897) Assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Oct 10, 1969 South Vietnam
				16513 (MSN 0898) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1969-Mar 1969.
					Combat damage Mar 14, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire which hit the passenger-cargo area, the tail 
					section, and the main rotor system. There was structural damage to the helicopter plus damage to the fuel system.
					Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) .
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA. 
					Assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors Dec 1969-Feb 1970.
					Accident Feb 20, 1970 South Vietnam
				16514 (MSN 0899)  assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment. 
					Accident Mar 15, 1969 South Vietnam
				16515 (MSN 1180900) assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Regiment. 
					Accident Jul 1, 1972 South Vietnam
					Registered N515PD Jul 25, 1996 to Atlanta Police Department, Atlanta, GA.
					Registered N13PD to Atlanta Police Department, Atlanta, GA, Mar 25, 2004; reregistered Jan 16, 2007.
					Registered N368PD to Atlanta Police Department, Atlanta, GA, Jan 16, 2007; cancelled Jul 8, 2014.
					On November 3, 2012 the aircraft was substantially damaged following a collision with power lines and 
						terrain while maneuvering at Atlanta, Georgia
				16516 (MSN 0901)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse Feb 1969-Jan 1970.						
					Accident Sep 7, 1971 South Vietnam due to mechanical failure.  Assigned to 605th Transportation Company
				16517 (MSN 0902)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs [Aug 1969]
				16518 (MSN 0903) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Feb 1971-Apr 1971
				16519 (MSN 0904)  assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts 
					Accident May 5, 1971 South Vietnam
				16520 (MSN 0905) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division.
					Stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
				16521 (MSN 0906)  assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Mar 12, 1969 South Vietnam
				16522 (MSN 0907) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry 
					Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Jul 1969.
					Assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Jul 3, 1971 South Vietnam.
				16523 (MSN 0908)  assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
					Shot down Jul 17, 1971 An Xugen Province, RVN when a control tube was shot out. Ordinance blew up on impact.
				16524 (MSN 0909) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Nov 1970-Oct 1971.
				16525 (MSN 0910) assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse.
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1970-Dec 1970
					Combat damage Jul 22, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed.
					Combat damage Oct 11, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed.
					Combat damage Dec 8, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. The helicopter was further 
						damaged during recovery
					Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1970.
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA .
					Registered N142SC to Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office, Spartanburg, SC, Aug 4, 1994; current
				16526 (MSN 0911) assigned to 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division.
					Accident Mar 1, 1969 South Vietnam
				16527 (MSN 0912) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand. 
					Accident Apr 27, 1969 South Vietnam
				16528 (MSN 0913, 17th Cav, 2nd Sqn, C Troop) shot down by small arms fire 8 km E of Tchpone, Laos Feb 18, 1971. 3 KIA.
				16529 (MSN 0914) assigned to 166th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1971.
					Accident May 31, 1971 South Vietnam. The aircraft was at a low hover getting ready for take off with a 
						Vietnamese doctor and a stretcher patient on board. An ARVN troop walked into the tail rotor and 
						the aircraft landed with no further damage
				16530 (MSN 0915) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand.
					Accident Sep 24, 1969 South Vietnam
				16531 (MSN 0916) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors.
					Accident Sep 17, 1969 South Vietnam
				16532 (MSN 0917) in accident Jun 1, 1970 in South Vietnam
				16533 (MSN 0918) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Shot down Jul 4, 1969, Phuoc Long Province, RVN, crashed and burned
				16534 (MSN 0919) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Feb 1970-Oct 1971
					Accident Oct 15, 1971 South Vietnam
				16535 (MSN 0920)
				16536 (MSN 0921) assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Royal Coachman.
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar70-Dec70.
					Shot down by small arms fire in SVN Dec 8, 1970. 1 KIA, 1 injured.
				16537 (MSN 0922) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Mar 18, 1970 South Vietnam
				16538 (MSN 0923) assigned to 20th Engineer Brigade Feb 1969-Dec 1969
					Assigned to 165th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jan 1970-Apr 1970
					Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse May 1970-Nov 1970
					Accident Nov 14, 1970 near Dian, South Vietnam. The pilot was on a low level visual reconnaissance; 
						the aircraft was at tree top level, and pilot was observing the ground. Upon looking up he saw a 
						tree in front of his aircraft and pulled aft cyclic to avoid the tree, thus striking tail 
						rotor on a tree to his rear. He then flew his aircraft back to Dian.
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Feb 1971-Sep 1971
					Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Oct 1971-Feb 1972
					Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division Mar 1972-May 1972
					Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jun 1972
					Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment 
					Combat damage Nov 13, 1972 South Vietnam by small arms fire, wounding the pilot. The wounded pilot flew the LOH back to LZ 
						Crystal and landed. The co-pilot then brought the LOH back to the dispersal at Lane. 
					Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb 1973
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Jan 1974-
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Maryland, Tanker Division
				16539 (MSN 0924) assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
					Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1972-Jan 1973
				16540 (MSN 0925)registered N540SD to Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office, Fort Worth, TX, Nov 17, 1994; sale 		
					reported Aug 16, 2001, cancelled Jul 10, 2013
				16541 (MSN 0926) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division 
					(Airmobile) Flying Circus Mar 1969-Aug 1969.  Accident Sep 19, 1969 South Vietnam
				16542 (MSN 0927) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 4th Infantry Division Artillery.
					Accident Apr 10, 1967 South Vietnam and damaged by an autorotative landing after a governor failure.
				16543 (MSN 0928)  assigned to C Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
					Combat damage May 10, 1971, Thua Thien Province, RVN, crashed and destroyed.
				16544 (MSN 0929) registered N6602M Jun 24, 1999; reregistered.
					Registered N94RR; reregistered Nov 2, 2005.  Registered N369HM Nov 2, 2005; 
					Noted with Flight Trials Helicopters at Mesa-Falcon Field, Arizona Feb 2013.  Registration cancelled May 30, 2013
				16545 (MSN 0930)
				16546 (MSN 0931) stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
				16547 (MSN 0932) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Mar 1969-Oct 1969.
					Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Shot down May 27, 1970, Phuoc Long Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when it was 
						hit by automatic weapons fire, crashed and burned.
				16548 (MSN 0933) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry.
					Shot down Jun 6, 1969 Tay Ninh Province, RVN by a B40 rocket and crashed.
				16549 (MSN 0934)
				16550 (MSN 0935) registered N24SP to Kentucky State Police, Frankfort, KY, Jul 27, 1994; cancelled as destroyed Nov 14, 1996
				16551 (MSN 0936)  assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Sep 6, 1971 South Vietnam
				16552 (MSN 0937) assigned to 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry.
					Accident Mar 24, 1970 South Vietnam
				16553 (MSN 0938) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 17th Combat Aviation Group, 17th Aviation Brigade.
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Dec 1969-Apr 1970.
					Shot down Apr 15, 1970 Kontum Province, RVN during a reconnaissance mission when it was hit by automatic 
					weapons fire, crashed and destroyed. 
				16554 (MSN 0939)  assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1970-May 1970.
					Shot down by enemy fire May 5, 1970 nine miles inside the Cambodian border, approximately ten miles west of 
					the Vietnamese outpost of Duc Co during the Sanctuary Counter-Offensive.   Aircraft crashed and burned.
				16555 (MSN 0940)  assigned to D Company, 229th Aviation Regiment.
					Accident Mar 29, 1972 South Vietnam
				16556 (MSN 0941) Assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Shot down Apr 9, 1970 Cambodia, 14 miles northwest of Loc Ninh, Binh Long Province, RVN. The aircraft 
					was on a reconnaissance mission when it was hit by automatic weapons fire and crashed.
				16557 (MSN 0942)assigned Headquarters & Headquarters Battery, Division Artillery, 4th Infantry Division.  
					Crashed in South Vietnam May 18, 1969. 3 KIA.
				16558 (MSN 0943) 
				16559 (MSN 0944) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1969-Aug 1969.
					Accident Aug 13, 1969. The aircraft landed hard, severing the tail boom.
					Assigned to D Company, 229th Aviation Regiment
					Accident Mar 31, 1972 South Vietnam
				16560 (MSN 0945)assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Accident May 1, 1969 South Vietnam
				16561 (MSN 0946, 41st ART) crashed into mountain on north side of Mang Yang Pass between An Khe and
					Pleiku, Binh Dinh Province, South Vietnam Apr 8, 1969. 2 KIA.
				16562 (MSN 0947)
				16563 (MSN 0948) assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Regiment .		Named For Love of Freedom.
					Stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
				16564 (MSN 0949) Assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Accident Apr 3, 1969 South Vietnam
				16565 (MSN 1280950) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Sep 1969-Dec 1971.
					Registered N46SP to Kentucky State Police, Frankfort, KY, 27Jul94; current
				16566 (MSN 0951) Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.  hit by a secondary explosion and crashed in 
					SVN Jul 21, 1969. 2 KIA, 1 injured.  A camouflaged target turned out to be a 250 pound U.S. bomb and it 
					blew up when hit by fire from the aircraft.
				16567 (MSN 0952) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Accident Sep 7, 1969 South Vietnam
				16568 (MSN 0953)
				16569 (MSN 0954) assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse.  Registered N692PD to Board of Police
					Commissioners, Kansas City, MO Oct 10, 1995, registration cancelled Jan 7, 2002 for use as spares.  Current in Apr 2015 
					as parts donor aircraft for Kansas City Police Department
				16570 (MSN 0955) assigned to C Troop, 17th Cavalry Feb 1969 - Feb 1970.  Accident Feb 26, 1970
					Assigned to the 5th Aviation Detachment, AVN TNG Team, 8th Cavalry 
					Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division
					Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Armored Division Aug 1972–Jan 1973
					Assigned to NASA Jan 1973 - May 1973
					Assigned to the US Army National Guard - Connecticut Nov 1975 - Oct 1976.
					Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Rhode Island
					Preserved at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, Rhode Island.
				16571 (MSN 0956) Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Feb69-Jul69
					To Fort Bliss, Biggs AAF, El Paso, TX. Noted stored Oct05
					Registered N66377 to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Dec 15, 1995.
					Registration cancelled Jul 8, 2008 as written off in hard landing, Aquadilla, PR Jul 29, 1999
				16572 (MSN 0957) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jun 1969
				16573 (MSN 0958) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1969-Apr 1970.
					Shot down by ground fire Apr 11, 1970 Binh Dinh Province, RVN.  Aircraft exploded and was destroyed.
				16574 (MSN 0959)  assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Feb 1969.
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 41st Field Artillery Group Mar 1969-Apr 1969.
					Assigned to 199th Light Infantry Brigade May 1969.
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Jun 1969.
					Assigned to 7th Squadron, 13th Field Artillery Regiment, 41st Field Artillery Group Jul 1969-Nov 1969.
					Accident Sep 22, 1969 South Vietnam.
					Assigned to D Troop, 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry Jan 1970-Apr 1970
					Shot down Apr 1, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms/automatic weapons, force landed and destroyed by friendly forces.
				16575 (MSN 0960) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1969.
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1969-Jun 1970.
					Shot down Jun 9, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit from a B-40 rocket, crashed and destroyed.
				16576 (MSN 0961) zssigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Feb 1969-May 1969
					Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1969-Aug 1969
					Combat damage Aug 6, 1969 South Vietnam by small arms fire which hit the right bottom windshield, 
					right forward skid strut, right bottom fuselage.
					To Mississippi Air National Guard Combat Readiness Training Center, Gulfport, MS as a ground instructional aircraft.
					To 1108th Aviation Classification Repair Depot  [AVCRAD] , Gulfport, MS
					To National Warplane Museum, Genesco, NY in 1991.  Noted Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, Elmira, NY
					painted as 16668.
				16577 (MSN 0962) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Jun 1, 1971 South Vietnam
				16578 (MSN 0963) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
						Flying Circus Mar 1969-Jul 1969.		Named Mack III.
					Assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors.  Accident Aug 9, 1970 South Vietnam
				16579 (MSN 1280964) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Feb 1969-May 1969.
					Assigned to D Troop, 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1970-Jun 1972
					Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972
					Registered N65SP to Kentucky State Police, Frankfort, KY, Jul 27, 1994; current
				16580 (MSN 0965) assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts. 
					Accident Feb 20, 1972 South Vietnam
				16581 (MSN 0966) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Mar 1969-Apr 1969
					Accident Apr 30, 1969, South Vietnam.
					Registered N26JK to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Apr 25, 1997 later to 
						Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC.
					Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife 
						Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT, Aug 2, 2011; current
 				16582 (MSN 0967) assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Royal Coachman.
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1970-Apr 1970
					Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts
					Accident Jul 31, 1971 South Vietnam
				16583 (MSN 0968) accident Nov 20, 1971 South Vietnam
				16584 (MSN 0969) assigned to E Battery, 82nd Artillery, 1st Cavalry Division Feb 1969-Jul 1970
					Accident Jul 3, 1970 South Vietnam.  Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Sep 1970-Sep 1971
					Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Oct 1971-Feb 1972
					Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Regiment Mar 1972-May 1972
					Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jun 1972-Nov 1972
					Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment Dec1972-Jan 1973
					Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb 1973-Mar 1973
					Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr 1973-Jun 1973
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Dec 1974-
					Registered N220CM to Patrick Murphy, Brisbane, Australia, 10Sep97; cancelled Dec 23, 1997 on export to Solomon Islands
					In 1997 the United States Government donated two civilianised ex-military Cessna O-2 aircraft and a 
						helicopter to the Solomon Islands, for use by the government and police force. Unfortunately, no 
						funding was provided for operating these aircraft, and so they remained in their delivery containers. 
						After a while they became subject to vandalism and weather damage. The donated aircraft are now too 
						badly damaged to be useable. They were still visible in open storage in April 2014 on the edge of the 
						football field/parade ground at Rove in Honiara.
					16585 (MSN 0970) assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Sep 24, 1969 South Vietnam
					16586 (MSN 0971) assigned to 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry,
						Shot down Apr 9, 1969 in the Michelin Plantation about 11 kilometers north-east of Dau Tieng, Binh Duong Province, RVN, crashed and burned
					16587 (MSN 0972)  To Heli Tech, Panama City Airport (West Side), Panama City, FL
					16588 (MSN 0973) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
						Accident Mar 18, 1970 South Vietnam
					16589 (MSN 0974) assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts.
						Assigned to D Troop, 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
						Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1970.
						Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
						Assigned to D Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
						Accident Oct 29, 1972 South Vietnam
					16590 (MSN 0975) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Mar 1969-Aug 1969.
						Registered N6637N to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, May 13, 1996 later 
							to Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
						Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife 
							Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT, Aug 3, 2011; current
					16591 (MSN 0976)
					16592 (MSN 0977) assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Jan 1969-Feb 1969.
						Assigned to Casper Aviation Platoon, 173rd Airborne Brigade Mar69-Aug69
						Shot down by automatic weapon fire in SVN Aug 18, 1969. 2 KIA.  Assigned to 79th Transportation 
						Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Aug69
					16593 (MSN 0978) registered N98593 to Pomona Police Department, Pomona, CA, Mar 5, 1997; expired Mar 31, 2011
					16594 (MSN 0979) in accident Dec 16, 1970 in South Vietnam
					16595 (MSN 0980) registered N66372 to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, May 13, 1996; 
						cancelled Nov 12, 2010.  Reported substantially damaged with US Border Patrol at Valentine,
						TX Feb 9, 2008.  Forced landing after engine failure.
					16596 (MSN 0981) in accident Apr 20, 1970.
					16597 (MSN 0982) 
					16598 (MSN 0983) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Mar 1969-Apr 1969.
						Accident May 3, 1969 South Vietnam
					16599 (MSN 980984) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.
						Shot down May 11, 1969 by small arm fire, crashed and burned Bien Hoa Province, South Vietnam
					16600 (MSN 0985) Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
						Combat damage Jun 2, 1969 Banana Island, Dong Nai River, Long Khanh Province, RVN, crashed and burned
					16601 (MSN 0986)
					16602 (MSN 0987) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
						Accident Mar 9, 1970 South Vietnam
					16603 (MSN 0988) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 
						Accident May 20, 1970 South Vietnam
					16604 (MSN 0989) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment "Ruthless Riders" Mar 1969-May 1969.
						Substantially damaged May 24, 1969 Pleiku, South Vietnam. 	Assigned to 79th Transportation Company 
						(Aircraft Direct Support) Jul 1979.
						Assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Aug 1979-Feb 1972
						Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Mar 1970-Aug 1970
						Assigned to 166th Transportation Company Oct 1970 
						Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Nov 1970 
						Assigned to 11th Aviation Company (General Support), 1st Cavalry Regiment Dec 1970-Feb 1971
						Assigned to C Company, 229th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Regiment Mar 1971
						Assigned to 166th Transportation Company Apr 1971
						Assigned to 229th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Regiment Jun 1971-Jul 1971
						Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1971-Oct 1971
						Destroyed by tree-mounted Claymore mine in Long Khanh Province, SVN Oct 30, 1971. 1 KIA.
					16605 (MSN 0990) assigned to 120th Aviation Company "Razorbacks" Mar 1969-Jan 1970.
						Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment "Ruthless Riders" Feb 1970-Apr 1970.
						Destroyed by NVA sapper attack Apr 6, 1970 An Khe, South Vietnam. 
					16606 (MSN 0991) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Apr 1969.
						Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Mar 1970-Apr 1970.
						Accident May 21, 1970 South Vietnam
					16607 (MSN 0992) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 5th Infantry Division 1969-70.
						Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders.
						Shot down Apr 25, 1972 20 miles WNW of Kontum, Kontum Province, South Vietnam. The aircraft took 
							one hit from small arms fire hitting the engine which stopped, resulting in a forced landing in 
							an NVA controlled area. The aircraft was abandoned and then destroyed several days later.
					16608 (MSN 0993) to civil registry as N2038J Nov 19, 2001.  Sale reported to Hagatna, Guam Feb 18 2010.  Registration
						cancelled Feb 13, 2013.
					16609 (MSN 0994, 17th Cav, 2nd Sqn, C Troop) shot down by ground fire near Dambe, Cambodia Dec 20, 1971. 
						1 seriously injured, 1 OK, both returned.
					16610 (MSN 0995) assigned to 937th Engineer Group.
						Accident Jul 26, 1969, South Vietnam
					16611 (MSN 0996) assigned to 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division.
						Accident Oct 21, 1970
					16612 (MSN 0997) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr 1969-Aug 1969.
						Shot down Aug 8, 1969 Binh Dinh Province, RVN. had no directional control and corkscrewed into the ground.
					16613 (MSN 0998) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Apr 1969.
						Accident May 23, 1969 South Vietnam
					16614 (MSN 0999) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment .
						Accident Feb 10, 1970 South Vietnam
					16615 (MSN 1000)
					16616 (MSN 1001) registered N911HU to St Louis County Police Department, Clayton, MO, Sep 7, 1999. 
						Registered to Desoto County Sheriff’s Department, Hernando, MS, Nov 5, 2012; current
					16617 (MSN 1002) assigned to E battery, 82nd Artillery, 1st Cavalry Division.
						Accident Jul 3, 1969 South Vietnam
					16618 (MSN 1003) assigned B Troop, 7th Squadron , 1st Cavalry.
						Accident Oct 14, 1969 South Vietnam
					16619 (MSN 1004) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 25th Infantry.
						Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1969-Jan 1970.
						Shot down Jan 29, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and crashed.
					16620 (MSN 1005) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1969-Sep 1969
						Sustained major damage Sep 22, 1969.  Engine failed and auto rotated to the ground. The tail boom 
						was severed on touchdown.
						Assigned A Troop, 7th Squadron , 1st Cavalry.
						Accident Dec 8, 1970 South Vietnam
					16621 (MSN 1006) assigned to 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division.
						Accident Jul 15, 1971 South Vietnam
					16622 (MSN 1007) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Mar 1969.
						Assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse Apr 1969-May 1969.
						Combat damage Apr 16, 1969 South Vietnam and force landed. Later recovered for repair.
						Combat damage Jun 1, 1969 South Vietnam and force landed. Later recovered for repair
						Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Oct 1969-Jan 1970
						Assigned to 7 Corps Support Company, West Germany Mar 1970 
						Assigned to 166th Transportation Company Apr 1970-Sep 1970
						Assigned to 11th Aviation Company (General Support), 1st Cavalry Regiment Oct 1970-Feb 1971
						Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Mar 1971–Feb 1972
						Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Mar 1972-Jun 1972
						Hit by hostile fire Jun 19, 1972 Kontum Province, South Vietnam, east of the highway running north 
							out of Kontum.   Made forced landing, crew picked up and taken to hospital.
					16623 (MSN 1008) registration N58PM reserved Jul 11, 2005, taken up Aug 5, 2005.
						N58PM cancelled Mar 1, 2007 as "scrapped"
					16624 (MSN 1009) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1970-Sep 1971.
						Accident Sep 24, 1971 South Vietnam
					16625 (MSN 1010)  Stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
					16626 (MSN 1011) assigned to 3rd Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division.
						Accident Oct 3, 1969 South Vietnam.
						Last noted at Westover Air Reserve Base, Springfield, Massachusetts
					16627 (MSN 1012) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse.
						Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Jul 1969.
						Last reported at Quonset Point Air National Guard Station, North Kingston, Rhode Island
					16628 (MSN 1013) assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division.
						Shot down Aug 1, 1970 Thua Thien Province, RVN, exploded and burned while en-route to Camp Eagle.
					16629 (MSN 1014) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Sep 1970-Feb 1971.
						Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
						Shot down Sep 27, 1971, An Xugen Province, RVN by small arms fire
					16630 (MSN 1015) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry 
						Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Apr 1969-Jun 1969.
						Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment [1970-71]	Named Aloha.
						Accident Feb 26, 1971 South Vietnam
					16631 (MSN 1016) registered N62528 to California Department of Justice, Mather, CA, Dec 11, 1997. Registered 
						to County of Butte, Oroville, CA Mar 15, 2003; expired Nov 30, 2013.
					16632 (MSN 1017) assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Mar 1969-Nov 1969.
						Assigned to 54th Aviation Company Dec 1969.
						Accident Dec 17, 1969 South Vietnam during training exercise.  Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Feb 1970-Jun 1970.
						Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Aug 1970-Dec 1971.
						Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Regiment Jan 1972-Feb 1972.
						Combat damage Feb 20, 1972 by small arms fire, Binh Duong Province, South Vietnam
					16633 (MSN 1018) Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse May 1969.
						Registered N6633 to Dave’s Helicopter Service, Port Vila, Vanuatu, Aug 18, 2004; current
					16634 (MSN 1019) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1969-Apr 1970.
						Combat damage Apr 12, 1970 east and south of Dak To, Kontum Province, RVN during a reconnaissance mission 
							when it was hit by automatic weapons fire, striking the pilot in head, crashed, rolled down a hill and burned near Hill 763.
						Registered N67BM  Oct 12, 2000; cancelled Mar 2, 2010
					16635 (MSN 1020) in accident Aug 3, 1975.
						To AMARC Sep 27, 1978; departed Jul 21, 1981 to Felker AAF, Fort Eustis, VA
					16636 registered N602SD Mar 7, 1995, reregistered Oct 26, 1999.  Registered to Foxtrot Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu, 
						May 8, 2013; current
						On May 19, 2006 the aircraft sustained substantial damage during a hard landing at Skyport Airport near 
							Banks, Oregon
					16637 (MSN 1022) with 2nd BDE hit a tree and crashed in SVN Aug 29, 1969. 1 KIA, 2 injured.
					16638 (MSN 1023) on display at NAS Wildwood Naval Museum, Rio Grande, New Jersey (Cape May Airport).
					16639 (MSN 1024) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
						Combat damage Jul 15, 1969 Binh Long Province, RVN. As the helicopter approached its reconnaissance area, 
							the crew spotted an NVA/VC patrol and opened fire. As the patrol scattered, one of the NVA/VC 
							dropped a backpack. Hoping to gain useful intelligence from the backpack's contents, the aircraft 
							commander landed next to it. As the crew chief leaned out to pick up the backpack, one of the 
							enemy troops popped up from a patch of tall grass and opened fire with an AK-47. The crew chief 
							was struck and killed by a bullet wound in the head.
					16640 (MSN 1025) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1969-Apr 1969.
						Shot down Apr 26, 1969 Cambodia. The aircraft was hit by a RPG, crashed into trees and burned.
					16641 (MSN 1026) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Apr 1969-Jun 1969.
						Accident Jun 29, 1969 Tay Ninh, RVN.   Pilot killed. 
						Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA May 1970-Nov 1970.
						Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry, 101st Airborne Division Jun 1971-Jun 1972.
						Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972-Dec 1972.
						Accident Dec 27, 1972 South Vietnam 
				16642 (MSN 1027) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division May 1970-Mar 1971.
					Accident Mar 28, 1971 South Vietnam
				16643 (MSN 1028) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Oct 9, 1969 South Vietnam
				16644 (MSN 1029) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Apr 1969-Jul 1969
					Shot down Jul 10, 1969 north of Nui Ba Den, Tay Ninh Province, about one to two miles south of the Cambodian border. 
						The helicopter crashed through some trees and immediately caught fire..
				16645 (MSN 1030) assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.
					Shot down Mar 8, 1971, Quang Tri Province, RVN. The aircraft was hit by ground fire and seemed to come 
						apart and begin spinning, as if it had a transmission failure. The aircraft exploded upon impact with the ground.
				16646 (MSN 1031)
				16647 (MSN 1032) assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment. 
					Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1972.
					Registered N2038G Nov 19, 2001; reregistered N369DR Oct 19, 2010
					Registered N369DR Oct 19, 2010; current
				16648 (MSN 1033) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Apr 1969-May 1969.
				16649 (MSN 291034) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Mar 1969.
					Assigned to Division Artillery, 23rd Infantry Division Apr 1969-Dec 1969.
					Accident Dec 15, 1969 South Vietnam.  One of the blades flexed down on touchdown severing the tail boom.  
					The detached tail boom and tail rotor sailed to a point approximately 30 to 35 feet in front of the aircraft 
					where it landed.
					Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1969-Jan 1970
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA May 1970-Aug 1970
					Assigned to Headquarters 82nd Airborne Division, 3rd Army, Fort Bragg Sep 1970-Jan 1971
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 931st Engineer Aviation Group, 3rd Army, Fort Benning Feb 1971-Oct 1971
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Dec 1971
					Transferred to US Navy as 676649.
					Registered N649CS to Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office, Punta Gorda, FL, Oct 6, 1999; sale reported Dec 5, 2005, cancelled Aug 13, 2013.
					In 2014, Military Machines of American Freedom acquired a Hughes OH-6A "Loach" helicopter, Serial # 67-16649, 
						from the Hernando County Sheriff's Office in Florida.  This helicopter will be restored for static 
						display and repainted to its original military colors and configuration.
				16650 (MSN 1035) in accident Oct 22, 1970 South Vietnam
				16651 (MSN 1036, 17th Cav, 3rd Sqn, C Troop) shot down and crashed in South Vietnam Sep 7, 1971. 2 KIA.
				16652 (MSN 1037) Assigned to 610th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1970-Sep 1970.
					Accident Sep 10, 1970 South Vietnam
				16653 (MSN 1038) Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr 1969.
 					Destroyed Nov 16, 1969 during a NVA sapper attack at Camp Radcliff, RVN.
				16654 (MSN 1039)  assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
					Flying Circus Apr 1969-May 1969.
				16655 (MSN 1040) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock May 1969-Aug 1969.
					Assigned to E battery, 82nd Artillery, 1st Cavalry Division.
					Accident Nov 22, 1969 South Vietnam
				16656 (MSN 1041) assigned 20th Transportation Company [1969]
					Accident Nov 2, 1971 South Vietnam
				16657 (MSN 1042) assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Shot down May 15, 1969 Binh Long Province, RVN, when hit by ground fire, hit the ground nose first, 
						catching fire on impact
				16658 (MSN 1043) assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns.
					Accident Jan 18, 1971 South Vietnam
				16659 (MSN 1044)
				16660 (MSN 1045) assigned to US Army National Guard – Colorado.
					To Heli Tech, Panama City Airport (West Side), Panama City, FL.
				16661 (MSN 1046) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Apr 1969-Jul 1969
					Registered N6253F; cancelled
					Registered N336HH Mar 22, 1999. Registered to Foxtrot Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu, May 8, 2013; current
				16662 (MSN 1047) assigned to 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry.  Accident Dec 11, 1969 South Vietnam
				16663 (MSN 1048) registered N474SD to Citrus County Sheriff’s Department, Inverness, FL, Feb 23, 1998; current
				16664 (MSN 1049)  assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse.
						Accident Jul 7, 1969 South Vietnam
				16665 (MSN 1050) in accident May 27, 1969, South Vietnam
				16666 (MSN 1051) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Aug 1969-Jan 1970.
					Shot down Jan 8, 1970 near LZ Schuller on the Mang Yang Pass, South Vietnam.  The aircraft spun into the 
						trees and crashed about 50-feet from a 30-cal position and blew up.
				16667 (MSN 1052)  assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Jun 5, 1969 South Vietnam
				16668 (MSN 1053) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Feb 1971-Dec 1971.
					Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Accident Oct 15, 1972 South Vietnam
					The aircraft at the National Warplane Museum is 67-16576, painted as 67-16668
				16669 (MSN 1054)
				16670 (MSN 1055, 17th Cav, 2nd Sqn, B Troop) shot down by RPG in northern A Shau valley, SVN May 28, 1971. 
					Both crew KIA.
				16671 (MSN 1056) stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
				16672 (MSN 1057, 5th Cavalry, 3rd Sqn, D Troop, 9th Infantry Division) shot down by ground fire Kien Hoa Province, SVN May 12, 1969. 
					Exploded in midair and crashed, 2 KIA.
				16673 (MSN 1058) Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
					Combat damage Jun 26, 1969 Dong Tam, South Vietnam by small arms fire. The aircraft made a precautionary landing.
					After the aircraft was recovered it became a `hanger queen' for several months. It was deemed not 
						economically repairable. There was too much main structural fuselage station and tail boom damage 
						along with electrical wiring bundles that were too bullet cutup to make repair worthwhile.
					Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse 
					D Troop 3/5th acquired the remains and the paper work. A few more months went by, and D troop had rebuilt 
						themselves a reliable little hash and trash bird. The D Troop maintenance and the LSI civilian 
						contract mechanics had taken one of their own shot up hulks and 16673 and spliced them together.
						The Hughes Tech Rep came by and told them that there was no way that this could be done without 
						factory jigs. He said that it was going to be always out of rig and never fly right. The D Troop's 
						Maintenance Officer informed the Hughes man that they had already made two hash and trash trips to 
						Vung Tau (150 miles) and back already. The 3/5th Cav used the tail number of #16658 as it had been 
						the largest part of the rebuilt airframe on their books.
					Accident Dec 7, 1969 Chi Lang, South Vietnam. The tail rotor failed, spinning the aircraft which struck a revetment. 
						The aircraft crashed on the edge of the POL bladder, and the pilot and observer rapidly egressed the Loach 
						and made it to a drainage ditch just as the whole thing blew up. 
				16674 (MSN 1059) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse May 1969-Jul 1969.
					Shot down Jul 16, 1969 Dong Tam, South Vietnam and crashed
				16675 (MSN 1060) assigned to Casper Aviation Platoon, 173rd Airborne Brigade May 1969-Dec 1969.
					Assigned to 303rd Transportation Company Jan 1970.
					Combat damage Jan 12, 1970, South Vietnam. Forced landing with damage to the main rotor system.
					Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Feb 1970.
					Assigned to 2nd Brigade, 101st Aviation Group Ghost Riders Mar 1970-Dec 1970.
					Accident Jun 20, 1970 Hue, RVN.  The aircraft was recovered to Quang Tri.
					Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Jan 1971-Dec 1971
					Assigned to A Battery, 377th Artillery Battalion, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1972
					Assigned to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb 1972-Jun 1972
					Assigned to Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center (ARADMAC), 1st Transportation Battalion, USNS Corpus Christi Bay, Jul 1972
					Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Aug 1972-Feb 1975
					Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar 1975
					Registered N330CM 8Feb 2000; current
					On June 10, 2000 the aircraft, registered to Corporate Troubleshooters Inc., was substantially damaged 
						when it collided with the ground following a loss of engine power during final approach to landing 
						at Clayton County/Tara Field Airport in Hampton, Georgia. 
				16676 (MSN 1061) Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul69-Nov69
					Destroyed during a NVA sapper attack Nov 16, 1969 at Camp Radcliff, RVN.
				16677 (MSN 1062) in accident Feb 27, 1970 in South Vietnam
				16678 (MSN 1063) Assigned to B Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
					Shot down Jan 22, 1970 South Vietnam. The pilot was shot in the head and the helicopter took several 
					hits which then crashed.
				16679 (MSN 1064) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
					Flying Circus Jun 1970-Sep 1970.
					Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.  Shot down by small arms fire at classified 
						location May 7, 1971. Aircraft crshed and burned. 3 KIA.
				16680 (MSN 1065) assigned to 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division.
					Accident Oct 26, 1969 South Vietnam
				16681 (MSN 1066) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Nov 1971-Jan 1972
					Registered N26JK to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Apr 25, 1997 later to 
						Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
					Registered to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife 
						Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT, Aug 2, 2011; current
				16682 (MSN 1067) Delivered to US Army Mar 1969
					Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse May 1969-May 1970
				16683 (MSN 1068) assigned to D Troop, 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry.
					Accident Oct 14, 1969 South Vietnam
				16684 (MSN 1069) 
				16685 (MSN 1070) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry.  Accident Jul 28, 1971 South Vietnam
				16686 (MSN 1071) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Apr 1969
					Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse May 1969-Jul 1969
					Combat damage Jul 16, 1969 South Vietnam during a visual reconnaissance mission. The helicopter was hit 
						in the tail section by a booby trap causing fragmentation damage.\
67-16687/17002		Hughes TH-55A Osage 
				Hughes Model 269A.  MSN 0794/1109.  Sometimes a prefix is quoted added to the MSN, which stands for month (1 to 12) plus the
					last digit of the year of manufacture, but there is no apparent pattern to these prefixes, so thay are
					not quoted here.
				16690,16728,16735,16749,16751,16761,16765,16767,16772,16772,16773,16775,16780,16836,
					16926,16931,16940,16949,16957,16993 sold to Thailand.
				16692,16694,16698,16703,16706,16713,16725, 16737,16777,16778,16785,16794,16801,16807,
					16808,16811,16814,16815,16817,16818,16821,16822,16825,16826,16832,16837,16839,16841,
					16844,16846,16850,16865,16872,16875,16876,16888,16891,16897,16904,16913,16925,16933,
					16946,16953,16965,16971,16973,16980,16987,16988,16990,16995,16996,16998 converted to QTH-55A.
				16701 became N681BC.  Wrecked when suddenly descended while hovering at Cornelia, GA May 26, 2005.
				16707 (MSN 0814)
				16710 (MSN 0817)
				16711 (MSN 0818)
				16713 (MSN 0820) to civil registry as N3081Q
				16722 (MSN 0829)
				16724 (MSN 0831)
				16727 (MSN 0834)
				16733 (MSN 0840) became N994K, registration cancelled by FAA Oct 27, 2004 on sale to
					owner in UK.  Registration N994K restored Nov 9, 2004.
					Aircraft is at Bournemouth, UK for rebuild
				16737 (MSN 0844)
				16745 (MSN 0852) registration N1886G reserved Jan 30, 2006.  Was with NAS Wildwood Aviatin Museum, Cape
					May, NJ Oct 2007 but dumped.
				16748 (MSN 0855)  on civil registry in 2003 as N7053C
				16753 to N62237
				16760 to N48114
				16762 to N48366
				16766 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				16768 to N62270
				16770 to N48323
				16771 to N62333
				16774 to N37754
				16776 to N37750
				16779 to N62262
				16784 on civil registry as N30738.
				16795 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				16815 (MSN 0922) became N69HU. Hit a power transmission cable and crashed at Berlin Center, OH 
					May 28, 2006. Pilot killed.
				16816 (MSN 0923) became N7057K, registration
					cancelled by FAA Apr 27, 2005 as sold to Australia.
				16834 to N600DP with Dupage County Sheriff, based at DuPage Airport, IL.
					acquired by DuPage Airport authority Oct 1988 for use in law
					enforcement.  Sold to Aviation Business Corp of St. Louis
					Oct 1996.  FAA registry says that it was destroyed in 1995.
				16835 with NAS Wildwood Aviation Museum, Cape May, NJ
				16843 (MSN 0950) became N28PD, registration cancelled by FAA
					Apr 27, 2005 as sold to Australia.
				16849 to N7052A with Cedar Rapids, Iowa police department.  Crashed
					Aug 19, 1996 after engine failure.  Pilot injured.
				16854 to N62216
				16857 (MSN 0964) to civil registry as N913PC.
				16864 (MSN 0971) to Honduras as 915 and exhibited at FAS Museum, San Salvado/Iiopang Airport Nov 2007.
				16873 (64th AvCo) crashed near Fort Rucker, AL May 9, 1984.  Pilot killed.
				16879 in 2008 was at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				16892 to N37752
				16896 to N37746
				16898 to N37747
				16904 (MSN 1011) to civil registry as N20904, registration N324BV reserved Jun 12, 2006, taken
					up Jul 25, 2006.
				16906 became N63HD.  Reported destroyed at Las Piedras, Puerto
					Rico May 29, 2007.
				16908 to N57953, registration expired.  In 2014 was on site at Wings and Rotors Air Museum, French Valley Airport, 
					Murrieta, California.
				16917 (MSN 1024) to N88041.  At North Valley Occupational Center, Saticot St.
					Van Nuys, CA Jan 2007
				16927 (MSN 1034) currently registered N82002.  Registration N927AV
					reserved Feb 22, 2008, taken up Jul 24, 2008
				16929 to N48269
				16931 (MSN 1038) to Singapore AF as 6931. To civil registry as VH-MAY. Caught fire midair, landed but 
					destroyed by fire at Warrego Highway, Australia Nov 11, 2009.
				16934 to N48113
				16936 (MSN 1043) to Honduras AF as FAH-911 in 1987 and used by Academia Militar de Aviacion.
				16944 (MSN 1061) on display at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA.  Noted Aug 2003 at Virginia
					Air and Space Center, Hampton, VA.
				16949 to N57894
				16952 to N95584
				16953 (MSN 1060) to civil registry as N269LW. 
				16954 to N954
				16955 in Hubschrauber (Helicopter) Museum, Bückeburg, Germany.
				16961 to N95583
				16963 (MSN 1070) at Historical Military Armor Museum, Anderson, Indiana
				16966 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				16969 (MSN 1076) on civil registry as N7058J and noted Oct 2013 on display at entrance to former Fort
					Wolters, Mineral Wells, Texas.
				16989 to N62273
				16991 to N77VC
				17000 to N90909
				17002 was with NAS Wildwood Aviation Museum, Cape May, NJ Oct 2007 but dumped.
67-17003/17144		Bell TH-13T-BF Sioux
				16993/17018 MSN 3685/3700, 17019/17143 MSN 3726/3850 (17144 was cancelled)
				17004 (MSN 3686) to civil registry as N67205
				17005 (MSN 3687) to Ascension Parish Sheriff Dept, LA in 1986 as N69090.  To Army Aviation Heritage Foundation as N170HF in 1998.
					Restored as an OH-13S.  Noted at Palm Springs Air Museum, California in Oct 2009 and remains airworthy.
				17007 (MSN 3689) to civil registry as N18829
				17008 (MSN 3690) to civil registry as N82851
				17009 (MSN 3691) to civil registry as N62252
				17010 (MSN 3692) to civil registry as N90909
				17011 (MSN 3693) to civil registry as N200AP, then N25BJ, then N93HA.
					Regisered Aug 10, 1995 to Danir SA as TI-AUQ.
				17012 (MSN 3694) to civil registry as N18831
				17013 (MSN 3695) to civil registry as N65359
				17014 (MSN 3696) to civil registry as N19BJ
				17015 (MSN 3697) to civil registry as N10PD
				17016 (MSN 3698) to civil registry as N43CD
				17017 (MSN 3699) to civil registry as N20HD
				17019 (MSN 3726) to civil registry as N62231
				17020 (MSN 3727) to civil registry as N110DC
				17021 (MSN 3728) to civil registry as N35FG
				17022 (MSN 3729) to civil registry as N64290
				17023 (MSN 3730) to civil registry N64292
				17024 (MSN 3731) at Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL
				17027 (MSN 3734) to civil registry as N62135
				17028 (MSN 3735) to civil registry as N34520
				17029 (MSN 3736) was N122CD Mar 2007
				17030 (MSN 3737) to civil registry as N46865
				17031 (MSN 3738) to civil registry as N62199
				17032 (MSN 3739) to civil registry as N4465K
				17033 (MSN 3740) to civil registry as N62168
				17034 (MSN 3741) to civil registry as N95576
				17035 (MSN 3742) to civil registry as N67170
				17036 (MSN 3743) to civil registry as N30CD
				17037 (MSN 3744) to civil registry as N67140
				17038 (MSN 3745) to civil registry as N67033
				17039 (MSN 3746) to civil registry as N62184
				17040 (MSN 3747) to civil registry as N201AP
				17041 (MSN 3748) to civil registry as N90827
				17042 (MSN 3749) to civil registry as N62192
				17043 (MSN 3750) to civil registry as N62232
				17044 (MSN 3751) to civil registry as N30DP
				17045 (MSN 3752) to civil registry as N78602
				17046 (MSN 3753) to civil registry as N62191
				17047 (MSN 3754) to civil registry as N90959
				17048 (MSN 3755) to civil registry as N90732
				17049 (MSN 3756) to civil registry as N62462
				17050 (MSN 3757) to civil registry as N90828
				17051 (MSN 3758) to civil registry as N62183
				17053 (MSN 3760) to civil registry as N62233
				17054 (MSN 3761) to civil registry as N266HT
				17055 (MSN 3762) to civil registry as N87647, then N125CD
				17056 (MSN 3763) to civil registry as N40DP
				17057 (MSN 3764) to civil registry as N90731
				17058 (MSN 3765) to civil registry as N9596Z
				17059 (MSN 3766) to civil registry as N595
				17060 (MSN 3767) to civil registry as N67033
				17061 (MSN 3768) to civil registry as N2SH
				17062 (MSN 3769) to civil registry as N62177
				17063 (MSN 3770) to civil registry as N846M
				17064 (MSN 3771) to civil registry as N62116
				17065 (MSN 3772) to civil registry as N62170
				17067 (MSN 3774) crashed near Fort Rucker, Al Oct 28, 1971
					after colliding with UH-19 69-15187.  Sold as N8481Y
				17068 (MSN 3775) to civil registry as N90950
				17072 (MSN 3779) to civil registry as N10113
				17079 (MSN 3786) to civil registry as N16940
				17080 (MSN 3787) to civil registry as N64878
				17084 (MSN 3791) to civil registry as N95577
				17086 (MSN 3793) to civil registry as N1437Z.  Seen at Sweetwater, TN Feb 2008
				17087 (MSN 3794) to civil registry as N34FG
				17088 (MSN 3795) to civil registry as N6336
				17089 (MSN 3796) to civil registry as N121CD as a TH-13T, expired Mar 31, 2011.  Converted to Bell 47G3 Soloy.
					Destroyed during forced landing on hillside near Friendsville, Maryland May 31, 1994.
				17090 (MSN 3797) to civil registry as N33SD
				17091 (MSN 3798) to civil registry as N16610
				17092 (MSN 3799) to civil registry as N90734
				17093 (MSN 3800) to civil registry as N215AC
				17094 (MSN 3801) to civil registry as N62180
				17095 (MSN 3802) to civil registry as N848M
				17096 (MSN 3803) to civil registry as N62181
				17097 (MSN 3804) to civil regiatry as N47MC
				17098 (MSN 3805) as N55ER with Cavanaugh Flight Msueum, Addison, Texas.
				17099 (MSN 3806) to civil registry as N46MC
				17100 (MSN 3807) to civil registry as N2266B
				17101 (MSN 3808) to civil registry as N9417A
				17102 (MSN 3809) to civil registry as N25MP
				17103 (MSN 3810) to N57915, at North Valley Occupational Center, Saticot St.
					Van Nuys, CA
				17104 (MSN 3811) to civil registry as N62151
				17105 (MSN 3812) to civil registry as N22MP
				17106 (MSN 3813) to civil registry as N48181
				17107 (MSN 3814) to civil registry as N23MP
				17108 (MSN 3815) to civil registry as N32MP
				17109 (MSN 3816) to civil registry as N26MP
				17110 (MSN 3817) to civil registry as N8500L
				17111 (MSN 3818) to civil registry as N2GF
				17112 (MSN 3819) to civil registry as N64724
				17113 (MSN 3820)
				17114 (MSN 3821) to civil registry as N14PD
				17115 (MSN 3822) to civil registry as N34691
				17118 (MSN 3825) to civil registry as N5NH
				17119 (MSN 3826) to civil registry as N57918
				17120 (MSN 3827) to civil registry as N47038
				17121 (MSN 3828) to civil registry as N57919
				17122 (MSN 3829) to civil registry as N33FG
				17123 (MSN 3830) to civil registry as N95578.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				17124 (MSN 3831) to civil registry as N47039
				17125 (MSN 3832) to civil registry as N62178
				17126 (MSN 3833) to civil registry as N62198
				17127 (MSN 3834) to civil registry as N31FG
				17128 (MSN 3835) to civil registry as N83701
				17129 (MSN 3836) to civil registry as N62118
				17130 (MSN 3837) to civil registry as N27LB 
				17131 (MSN 3838) to civil registry as N32FG
				17132 (MSN 3839) to civil registry as N62166
				17133 (MSN 3840) to civil registry as N62117
				17135 (MSN 3842) to civil registry as N94745
				17136 (MSN 3843) to civil registry as N57920
				17138 (MSN 3845) to civil registry as N57921
				17139 (MSN 3846) to civil registry as N216AC
				17141 (MSN 3848) to civil registry as N47062
				17142 (MSN 3849) to civil registry as N995D
				17143 (MSN 3850) to civil registry as N214AC
				17144 was cancelled.
67-17145/17859		Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois
				MSN 9343/10057.
				At least 160 to FMS.  2 to Panama, 1 to Peru, 1 to Chile, 20 to Thailand, 6 to Iran, 3 to Argentina,
					12 to South Korea, 107 to South Vietnam.
				17189,17200,17202,17268,17334,17337,17414,17455,17459,17519,17523,17526,17534,17535,
				17547,17599,17645,17661,17701,17783,17802,17810,17813 converted to UH-1V.
				17678 to GUH-1H.
				17448,17691,17755 to JUH-1H.
				17145 (MSN 9343) to VFW Post #5202, Waynesville, North Carolina
				17147 registered as N72297 Dec 1996.
				17150 (MSN 9348) registered N373WS Feb 4, 2009
				17155 (MSN 9353) to AMARC as XA0411 May 19, 1995.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.\
				17160 (MSN 9358) to AMARC as XA0432 Jul 25, 1995.  Allocated civilian registration
					number of N4069B June 2001.  Later N44XL.
				17162 (MSN 9630) allocated civil registration N461CC July 2001.
				17171 (MSN 9369) to AMARC as XA0512 Oct 2, 1995.
					Registration N62KA reserved Jul 16, 2004, taken up May 3, 2005
				17175 (MSN 9373, 123rd Avn, B Co) crashed due engine failure in SVN Feb 17, 1970. 11 KIA.
				17178/17185 (MSN 9376/9383) to RAAF as A2-376/A2-383. Feb 1968
					17178 (MSN 9376) to RAAF as A2-376 Feb 6, 1968. Crashed due to short shaft failure in cloud near Stanthorpe, 
						QLD, Australia Jan 11, 1974. 2 of 6 killed.
					17179 (MSN 9377) to RAAF as A2-377 Feb 6, 1968. Flew into the ground at Biak, Irian Jaya, Indonesia Jul 29, 1977. 5 onboard injured.
					17180 (MSN 9378) to RAAF as A2-378 Feb 6, 1968. Crashed into the Shoalwater Bay, QLD, Australia Oct 30, 1981.
					17181 (MSN 9379) to RAAF as A2-379 Feb 6, 1968. Crashed in Vietnam Oct 15, 1969. Wreck destroyed by SAS demolition team.
					A2-382 (MSN 9382) crashed 6/70 after battle damage Vietnam.  Front fuselage of A2-382 
						noted November 2002 in storage (location not quoted) for RAAF Museum
					A2-383 damaged 9/28/1974 Vietnam, written off.
				17189 (MSN 9387) to AMARC as XA-423 Jun 5, 1995.
				17197 (MSN 9395) to AMARC as XA0523 Oct 2, 1995.
				17198 (MSN 9396) went to Bosnia-Hortzegovina AF as VF-1809, then A-2618.  W/o Jun 28, 2012.
				17199 (MSN 9397) to AMARC as XA0414 May 19, 1995
				17200 (MSN 9398) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N325SD Feb 8, 2008.  
				17204 (MSN 9402) registration N193BP cancelled by FAA Feb 16, 2005
					as 'parted out'
				17208 (MSN 9406) purchased by commercial user for restoration as a
					memorial piece.
				17217 (MSN 9415) to Colombian National Police as PNC-145
				17219 (MSN 9417) on display at VFW Post #9122, Magee, MS, near Veterans building along highway 10 mi from 
					Camp Shelby, MS.
				17224 (MSN 9422) as UH-1H-II PNC-0704 in service with Policia Nacional de Colombia at Guaymaral Jul 2013
				17246 (MSN 9444, UH-1H) noted at Blackpool Airport, Lancs, UK wearing N911DN and
					registered to Yorkshire Helicopters.
				17247 (UH-1H, MSN 9445). Was N62615 of Bureau of Narcotic 
					Enforcement; registration cancelled Oct 9, 2003 on sale to owner in Chile.
					Chilean identity is CC-CBY, issued Oct 10, 2003.
				17250 (MSN 9448) seen mounted on post at Boone, IA airport Oct 13, 2003
				17251 (MSN 9449) to AMARC as XA0414 May 19, 1995
				17252 (MSN 9450) mounted on a post at Boone, IA airport (Oct 13, 2003)
				17254 (MSN 9452) hit by ground fire and forcelanded 5 mi from Camp Evans, SVN Mar 13, 1968. 2 KIA, 3 MIA, 5 returned.
				17255 (MSN 9453) collided in midair with 66-16441 in Vietnam Apr 19, 1969 
				17256 (MSN 9454) to AMARC as XA0565 Oct 30, 1995
				17263 (MSN 9461) to AMARC as XA0388 Mar 20, 1995
				17266 (MSN 9464) to civil registry as N114AC.  Reported sold to owner
					in Mexico Dec 2008
				17267 (MSN 9465) noted stored at Know AHP Mar 2002.  To VFW Post #9274, Tonganoxie, Kansas
				17272 (MSN 9470) w/o Dec 14, 1986.
				17281 (MSN 9479) to City of Burley, Idaho
				17282 (MSN 9480) to AMARC as XA0558 Oct 19, 1995.  Registration
					N67NH reserved Jan 3, 2006, taken up Feb 6, 2006.
				17285 to AMARC as XA0404 May 15, 1995.  To Colombia  in 1997
				17288 (MSN 9486) to town of Munster, Indiana
				17292 (MSN 9490) leased to Colombian National Police by
					US Department of State
				17296 (MSN 9494) to AMARC as XA0583 Sep 9, 1996.  To Uruguayan AF as 055
				17297 (MSN 9495) was N79KP, registration cancelled Oct 5, 2005 on
					sale to owner in Chile.  Registered Oct 26, 2005 to Bosques Arauco SA as CC-CBL
				17305 (MSN 9503) owned by Allied museum since Aug 1994, stored at Tempelhof
					Airport since 1997, restored 2002.
				17307/17312 (MSN 9505/9510) to RAAF as A2-505/A2-510 Feb 1968.
					A2-505 (MSN 9505) upgraded to UH-1H.  to PNGDF 8/89 as 0404
					A2-506 (MSN 9506) upgraded to UH-1H.  to PNGDF 8/89 as 0401
					A2-507 (MSN 9507)
					A2-508 (MSN 9508)
					A2-509 (MSN 9509) upgraded to UH-1H.  to PNGDF 8/89 as 0402
					A2-510 (MSN 9510) upgraded to UH-1H.  to PNGDF 8/89 as 0403
				17318 (61st AHC) during troop insertion a sniper hit the pilot, who jerked the flight controls, cause to 
					hit a tree and crashed inverted in SVN Sep 17, 1971. The helo crashed into the inserted troop, all 10
					KIA. One crew was stuck in the wreckage and was killed.
				17321 (MSN 9519) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N366SD Feb 11, 2008
				17328 (MSN 9526) to civil registry as N3132B
				17332 (MSN 9530) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N326SD Feb 8, 2008.  Subsequently to
					Colombian Army as EJC-416.
				17338 (MSN 9536) noted at Knox AHP Mar 2002. to Vietnam Veterans Assoc #828, Barnwell, South Carolina
				17339 (MSN 9537) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N367SD Feb 11, 2008
				17350 (MSN 9548) to AMARC as XA0474 Sep 25, 1995.  Registered
					N7019E Sep 8, 2005.
				17354 (335th AHC) crashed into a hill in SVN Mar 21, 1969. 4 KIA.
				17355 (MSN 9553) noted on display i 2006 at Volo Antique Auto Museum, Volo, Illinois. 
				17359 to El Salvador as FAS 255
				17368 (MSN 9556) noted Aug 2010 on display at the Selfridge Military Museum, Michigan.
				17371 (UH-1H, 187th AHC) crashed into the jungle near Song Be, SVN Sep 27, 1971. 4 KIA, 1 recovered.
				17374 (MSN 9572) to AMARC as XA0416 May 22, 1995
				17381 (MSN 9579) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Since registered XC-LIX Dec 7, 2005.  Later at Pima Air and
					Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona 
				17388 (MSN 9586) to Colombian National Police as PNC-143.
				17399 (129th AHC) hit a land mine on landing and exploded in SVN May 13, 1969. 3 survived, 10 killed.
				17406 (MSN 9604) cockpit section on display at Fargo Air Museum, Fargo, ND
				17415 (227th AVN, C Co) the tail rotor was shot off by ground fire and crashed W of Camp Evans, SVN Jul 21, 1968. 
					All 4 KIA.
				17416 (MSN 9614) to city of Rogers, AR
				17426 at Pompano Brach Airport, registered as N911DN.  N205LY reserved May 2002.  Noted Apr 2005
					at Colney Park, England enroute to Madagascar. 
				17427 (MSN 9625) to Thailand as 7427 and w/o Jun 17, 2013. 
				17431 (MSN 9629) registration N3013R reserved.  Registration N3013R taken up May 2002.
				17442 (MSN 9640) registered to Procuradoria de la Republica as XC-BBL
				17444 (MSN 9642) to Vietnam AF
				17453 (MSN 9651) noted in fire training compound at Ft Rucker Mar 2002.
				17454 (UH-1V) noted Mar 8, 2005 in storage at Enterprise MAP
				17456 (MSN 9654) to VVA Chapter #734 at Conroe, TX Oct 2007
				17467 registred N3280W Mar 30, 1995
				17472 (MSN 9670) as UH-1H-II to Policia Nacional de Colombia as PNC-0734
				17487 (MSN 9685) to AMARC as XA0570 Jan 16, 1996.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				17499 crashed in bad weather in SVN Feb 6, 1969. 4 crew and 2 passanger killed.
				17500 (MSN 9698) to American Legion Post #30, New Rockford, North Dakota
				17503 (MSN 9701) to AMARC as XA0591 Sep 30, 1996
				17505 (MSN 9703) 
				17514 (MSN 9712) stored at Knox AHP Mar 2002.  to VFW Post #4054, Marcellus, MI
				17522 at Hillsborough County Veterans Memorial Park US  301
					Sep 2006
				17523 (MSN 9721) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N368SD Feb 11, 2008.
				17526 (MSN 9724) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N327SD Feb 8, 2008.  
				17537 (MSN 9735) became N1187X.  Registration cancelled by FAA
					Apr 6, 2009 (backdated to Nov 20, 2006) as "no longer
					airworthy (hull only)"
				17539 (MSN 9737) to American Legion Post #1019, Kankakee, Illinois
				17549 (UH-1H, MSN 9747). Became N2417U Jul 3, 2003
				17558 (MSN 9756) as UH-1H-II to Policia Nacional de Colombia as PNC-0715
				17562 (MSN 9760) to American Legion Post #423, Orland, IN
				17565 (MSN 9763) to AMARC as XA0476 Sep 25, 1995.  Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				17566 (MSN 9764) 
				17567 (MSN 9765) to Peruvian AF as FAP-685
				17568/17575 (MSN 9766/9773) to RAAF as A2-766/A2-773 Jul 1968.
					17568 to RAAF as A2-766 Jul 1968.  Shot down in rescue mission, caught fire and destroyed at Phuoc Tuy, 
						Vietnam Apr 17, 1971.  
					A2-767 					
					A2-768 destroyed 7/3/1970, Vietnam
					A2-769 crashed 10/26/1969, Vietnam
					A2-770 crashed 11/25/1978, El Alamein, SA
					A2-772 crashed 6/11/1973, Rabaul, PNG
				17589 (MSN 9787) to city of Hopkinsville, Kentucky
				17595 (117th AHC) shot down by ground fire in SVN Oct 3, 1968. 3 KIA, 1 MIA, 1 rescued.
				17596 (MSN 9794) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N376SD Feb 11, 2008.  Registration
					cancelled by FAA Feb 20, 2009 as "destroyed"
				17597 (158th Avn, C Co) crashed in South Vietnam Sep 20, 1970. 4 KIA.
				17599 (MSN 9797) noted Jul 2004 at Air Classics Museum of Aviation, Aurora, Illinois
				17604 to Thai AF.  To Cambodian AF in 1973/74.  W/o Jul 21, 1973 at Takeo, Cambodia
				17606 (MSN 9804) on display Sep 2013 with Arizona Army National Guard at Camp Navajo, Arizona.
				17607 (MSN 9805, 158th Avn, C Co) shot down with an RPG and crashed NW of Khe Sanh, SVN May 17, 1971. 
					1 killed, 3 survived, but one of them MIA.
				17611 (MSN 9809) to American Legion Post #409, Gowanda, New York
				17621 (MSN 9819) crashed Jun 22, 1987.
				17637 (MSN 9835) to Colombian National Police as PNC-141
				17648 (MSN 9846, 158th Avn, A Co) crashed in South Vietnam Mar 21, 1970. 4 KIA.
				17650 (MSN 9848).  Made forced landing in South Vietnam Mar 26, 1970, repaired in theatre.  Retuned to USA
					in 1971.  Noted Apr 2005 at Pompano Beach Air Park, FL.
				17651 at Military History Museum, Hanoi, Vietnam Mar 2008
				17652 (MSN 9850) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N328SD Feb 8, 2008.
				17657 (MSN 9855) to Korean Army in 1991.
				17658 (MSN 9856) crashed at Fire Base Eagle's Nest in Vietnam May 31, 1969.
					Returned to USA and repaired, flew with Ohio Army National Guard,
					then sold to Firelands Military Museum in Ohio
				17659 (MSN 9857) to AMARC as XA0461 Sep 18, 1995.  Registered 
					N7102S Sep 8, 2005.
				17661 at San Joaquin Helicopters, Delano MAP, CA
				17669 (MSN 9867) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N378SD Feb 11, 2008.
				17672 (MSN 9870) to Korean Army in 1991.
				17684 (MSN 9882) to AMARC as XA0598 Jan 23, 1997
				17695 (MSN 9893) to Bolivia as FAB 8695.  Transferred from Brazilian AF to Policia Civil do Brazil, Rio de
					Janeiro in 2013.
				17703 (MSN 9901) to AMARC as XA0557 Oct 17, 1995.  Registered N630V Jan 10, 2005.
				17706 (MSN 9904, 25th Avn, A Co) hit two wires and crashed in SVN Apr 17, 1970. 10 KIA, 1 injured.
				17707 (MSN 9905) to AMARC as XA0436 Aug 3, 1995
				17711 wreck for sale by GSA Auctions at Ocean Spring, MS Aug 18, 2014.
				17725 (MSN 9923) to civil registry as N141KC
				17728 (MSN 9926) to VT ARNG 
				17733 (MSN 9931) noted Mar 7, 2005 with US Helicopters at Ozark.  Noted Mar 2006
					stored at Panama City AP, FL
				17734 (MSN 9932, 17th Cav, 2nd Sqn, B Troop) crashed during a gun run in SVN Jun 18, 1970. 7 KIA, 3 injured.
				17739 (MSN 9937) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
				17746 (MSN 9944, 229th Avn, B Co) shot down in South Vietnam Dec 4, 1968. 2 KIA, 2 rescued.
				17755 at Ft. Rucker, Alabama.
				17757 (MSN 9955) to AMARC as XA0433 Jul 31, 1995.
				17760 (MSN 9958, 92nd Avn) shot down in SVN May 25, 1971. 2 crew killed, 1 crew escaped.
				17761 (MSN 9959) to Vietnam AF
				17762 (MSN 9960) became N17UH, then EC-GOG
				17765 (MSN 9963, 498th Med Co) hit a tree during landing and crashed in SVN Oct 26, 1970. 4 KIA, 1 rescued.
				17768 (MSN 9966, 5th Cav, 3rd Sqn, D Troop) shot down by ground fire in SVN Feb 11, 1971. 2 KIA, 9 rescued.
				17772 (MSN 9970) to AMARC as XA0426 Jun 21, 1995.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				17775 (MSN 9973) to Philippine AF as 17775.
				17783 (MSN 9981) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
					Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
					and Law Enforcement) as N330SD Feb 8, 2008.  Registration N330SD
					cancelled by FAA Feb 20, 2009 as "destroyed"
				17795 (MSN 9993) to AMARC as XA0535 Oct 3, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
				17798 (MSN 9996) on display at American Legion Post 362/VFW Post @05, East Aurora, New York in May 2009.
				17800 (MSN 9998, 57th AHC) crashed in bad weather in SVN Jul 27, 1969. 4 KIA.
				17801 (MSN 9999, 8th Cav, F Troop) shot down by AAA during "Bat 21" rescue attempt 6 mi of Dong Ha, SVN 
					Apr 2, 1972. 3 KIA, 1 POW.
				17802 (MSN 10000) stored Fort Belvoir
				17809 (MSN 10007, 2nd BDE) crashed in South Vietnam Jun 3, 1969. 6 KIA.
				17811 (MSN 10009) noted April 2010 as 027 on display at Air Defence and Air Force Museum, Hanoi, Vietnam.
				17813 (MSN 10011) to American Legion Post #940, West Brownsville, Pennsylvania
				17814 (MSN 10012) sold to El Salvator as 249.  Preserved in museum.
				17818 (MSN 10016, 227th Avn, B Co) crashed after midair collision with UH-1H 67-19529 in SVN May 4, 1969. 4 KIA.
				17828 (Philippine AF) crashed July 16, 1997
				17832 to Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, IL
				17842 to civil registry as N242KC
				17846 (MSN 10044) to AMARC as XA0486 Sep 26, 1995
				17849 (MSN 10047) To AMARC as XA0487 Sep 26, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
				17858 (MSN 10056, 610th TC) crashed into the ocean in heavy rain near SVN Sep 26, 1970. 4 KIA, 2 rescued.
				17859 (MSN 10057) to Freedom Museum USA, Pampa, Texas
67-17860/17881		Serial numbers not used
67-17882/17885		Bell TH-13T
				These might be 64-17882/17885
67-17886/18040		Serial numbers not used
67-18041/18076		Beechcraft U-21A Ute
				MSN LM-42/77.
				Army staff transport version of Model A90 King Air.
				18041/18047 sometimes listed as being in FY 66.
				18041 (MSN LM-42) the starboard engine caught fire and crashed into the Gulf of Tonkin near Hon Son Cha 
					island Dec 14, 1971. 2 crew and 4 passangers killed.
				18042 (MSN LM-43) to N70503 as instructional airframe with Le Tourneau University Aeronautical Science
					Department, Longview, Texas
				18043 to N7051K
				18044 to N7052X
				18045 (MSN LM.46) W/o, no further details
				18046 to N7052Y
				18047 to N7059H
				18048 (MSN LM.49) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7062W with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of
					Bridgewater, VA.
				18049 to N7063D
				18050 given as w/o Oct 10, 1970 but was later allocated N7063W
				18051 (MSN LM-52) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7064Q.
				18052 to N70648
				18053 to N7066X
				18054 to N7067S
				18055 to N7069F
				18056 (MSN LM-57) to N7070Z, then to N75N with Dynamic Aviation Group
				18057 (MSN LM-58)seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7071H with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of
					Bridgewater, Va.
				18058 (MSN LM-59) converted to EU-21A radio relay aircraft.  To
					N7071N.  Current as N67B with dynamics Avlease Inc of Bridgewater, Virginia
				18059 to N7076X.  Current as N87Q with dynamics Avlease Inc of Bridgewater, Virginia
				18060 to N7201S
				18061 (MSN LM-62) destroyed in midair collision with Piper PA-31 (N60SE) Oct 20, 1987 over
					Independence, MO.  3 fatalities on U-21, 3 fatalities on PA-31
				18062 (MSN LM-63) w/o at Fort Bragg, NC Dec 12, 1984.  4 killed, one survived.
				18063 (MSN LM-64) converted to JU-21A 'Left Jab' electronic warfare aircraft,
					later reverted to standard U-21A configuration.  Assigned to 138th Aviation Company (Radio 
					Research), Hue Phu Bai, South Vietnam 1971.  Assigned to 156th Aviation Company (RR), Fort Bliss, TX
					Assigned to 138th Army Security Agency Company, also known as the 138th Aviation Company (Electronic 
					Warfare), 81st US Army Reserve Command in 
					McCoy AFB, Orlando, Florida until the mid-1980s when the aircraft was removed from service. 
					Registered N70766 as Beech 65-A90-1 Apr 9, 1997.  Reported
					sold to owner in Mali Aug 2005.    N70766 cancelled Aug 15, 2005.  Registered Aug 2005 as TZ-ZBE
				18065 (MSN LM-66) converted to JU-21A 'Left Jab' electronic warfare aircraft.  Assigned to 138th Aviation 
					Company (Radio Research), Hue Phu Bai, South Vietnam 1971
					Shot down in Vietnam May 4, 1971 by surface-to-air missile, all 5 onboard KIA.
				18066 (MSN LM-67) to N7078J with Dynamic Aviation Group
				18067 (MSN LM-68) on civil registry as N66W in 2013
				18068 (MSN LM-69) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7078L with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of
					Bridgewater, Va.
				18069 (MSN LM-70) converted to JU-21A 'Left Jab' electronic warfare aircraft.
					Later reverted to standard U-21A configuration.  Assigned to 138th Aviation Company (Radio Research), 
						Hue Phu Bai, South Vietnam 1971
					Assigned to 156th Aviation Company (RR), Fort Bliss, TX
					Assigned to 138th Army Security Agency Company, also known as the 138th Aviation Company (Electronic 
						Warfare), 81st US Army Reserve Command in McCoy AFB, Orlando, Florida until the mid-1980s when 
						the aircraft was removed from service. 
					Registered N7079S as a Beech 65-A90-1, c/n LM-70 [sic] 12Mar99; current
					Seen at Muskogee-Hatbox Field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil registration of N7079S with 
						Dynamic Avlease of Bridgewater, VA.
				18071 to N7081L
				18072 to N70841
				18073 to N7087U
				18074 to N70876
				18075 (MSN LM-76) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N70879 with Dynamic Aviation Group of 
					Bridgewater, VA.
				18076 to N7089Q
67-18077		Beechcraft RU-21B Ute
				MSN LS-1.  'CEFIRM Leader' intercept and control aircraft.  Assigned to 138th Army Security Agency Company (Aviation)
67-18078/18084		Beechcraft U-21A Ute
				MSN LM.78/84
				Army staff transport version of Model A90 King Air.
				18078 (MSN LM.78) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N70890 with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of
					Bridgewater, VA.
				18079 to N70904.  Current as N80Y with dynamics Avlease Inc of Bridgewater, Virginia
				18080 (MSN LM.80) to civil registry as N518NA in used as maintenance trainer
					at Lake Area Tech, SD.
				18081 crashed on Mt Illiamna Feb 10, 1977.
				18082 (MSN LM.82) registered to Army Aviation Heritage Foundation of 
					Peachtree City, GA as N28HF Dec 4, 2003.  To Ivy Technical State College, IN in 2006
				18083 to N7092K
				18084 to N70926
67-18085		Beechcraft RU-21C Ute
				MSN LT-1.  *CEFIRM Leader* jamming aircraft.  At JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, CO Aug 2007
67-18086		Beechcraft U-21A Ute
				MSN LM.85.  Army staff transport version of Model A90 King Air.
					To South Korean AF
67-18087		Beechcraft RU-21B Ute
				MSN LS-2.  'CEFIRM Leader' intercept and control aircraft.  Assigned to 138th Army Security Agency Company (Aviation)
67-18088		Beechcraft U-21A Ute
				MSN LM.86.  Army staff transport version of Model A90 King Air.
				To civil registry as N70950 with Dynamic Aviation Group
67-18089		Beechcraft RU-21C Ute
				MSN LT-2.  *CEFIRM Leader* jamming aircraft.  At JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, CO Aug 2007
67-18090/18092		Beechcraft U-21A Ute
				MSN LM.87/89.
				Army staff transport version of Model A90 King Air.
				18090 (MSN LM.87) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7112M with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of
					Bridgewater, VA.  In 2013 was N65U
				18091 to N71`12T
				18092 to civil registry as N7113Z, later N41J with Dynamic Aviation Group
67-18093		Beechcraft RU-21B Ute
				MSN LS-3.  'CEFIRM Leader' intercept and control aircraft.  Assigned to 138th Army Security Agency Company (Aviation)
67-18094/18103		Beechcraft U-21A Ute
				MSN LM.90/99
				Army staff transport version of Model A90 King Air.
				18094 to civil registry as N7120P with Dynamic Aviation Group
				18095 (MSN LM.91) w/o Feb 1971.
				18096 to US Navy as 678096, to N7123C
				18097 to N7126U
				18098 to N7132Z
				18100 to N71347
				18101 (MSN LM.97) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N71351 with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of
					Bridgewater, VA.
				18102 to N7136M
				18103 (MSN LM.99)  seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7137G with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc
					of Bridgewater, VA.
67-18104/18111		Beechcraft RU-21D Ute
				MSN LM.100/107.  'Laffing Eagle' electronic warfare configuration aircraft.
				Many deconfigured and finished their careers as standard U-21Ds.
				18104 (MSN LM.100) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7201Z with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of
					Bridgewater, VA.
				18105 converted to JRU-21D, later to RU-21H Guardrail V.  Later converted to U-21H.  To civil registry as N7139Z.
					Noted 1997 as on static display outside HQ 224th MIB at Hunter AAF, GA.
				18106 w/o Mar 30, 1981
				18107 to N7143Y
				18108 (MSN LM.104) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7146X with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of
					Bridgewater, VA.
				18109 to N7147X
				18110 to N7154W
				18111 converted to JRU-21D, later to RU-21H Guardrail V, later to U-21H.
					To N7155P
67-18112/18115		Beechcraft RU-21A Ute
				MSN LM-108/111.  *CEFIRM Leader* DF aircraft
				18112 assigned to 138th Army Security Agency Company (Aviation).  W/o July 24, 1985.  Also listed as being 
					LM-118 and w/o Jul 24, 1984
				18113 (MSN LM-109) named "Patriot" in Apr 1991 with Florida Army Reserve on return from Desert Storm duties.
					Assigned to 138th Army Security Agency Company (Aviation).  
					At JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, CO Aug 2007.  
				18114 assigned to 138th Army Security Agency Company (Aviation).  At JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, CO Aug 2007
				18115 (MSN LM-111) named "Lonesome Dove" in Apr 1991 with Florida Army Reserve on return fro Desert Storm duties.
					Assigned to 138th Army Security Agency Company (Aviation).  At JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, CO Aug 2007
67-18116/18118		Beechcraft U-21A Ute
				MSN LM.112/114.
				Army staff transport version of Model A90 King Air.
				18116 (LM.112) has civil identity of N7155S with Dynamic Aviation Group, Bridgewater, VA
				18117 (LM.113) seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7156J with Dynamic Aviation Group, Bridgewater, VA.  In 2013 was N65V
				18118 (LM.114) noted Feb 2013 as instructional airframe with Middle Georgia College, Eastman, Georgia with false
					registration N901GA  
67-18119/18128		Beechcraft RU-21D Ute
				MSN LM.115/124.  'Laffing Eagle' electronic warfare configuration aircraft.
				Many deconfigured and finished their careers as U-21Ds.
				18119 converted to RU-21H, later to U-21H.  To N7157K Mar 1997 with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of
					Bridgewater, VA
				18120 (MSN LM.116) converted to U-21D.  To civil registry as N71581 Apr 1997
					with Dynamic Aviation Group of Bridgewater, VA.  Seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 
					wearing civil registration of N71581 with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of Bridgewater, VA.
				18121 w/o Jan 17, 1991 at Yakima, WA.  Both crew OK
				18122 converted to U-21D.  To civil registry as N71597 Apr 1997 with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc
					of Bridgewater, VA
				18123 converted to U-21D.  To civil registry as N7165J Apr 1997 with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc
					of Bridgewater, VA
				18124 converted to U-21D.  To civil registry as N7165Y
				18125 converted to JRU-21D for unidentified development work.  w/o Mar 30, 1978
				18126 (MSN LM.122) converted to U-21D.  To civil registry as N7169U Apr 1997 with
					Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc of Bridgewater, VA.  Seen at Muskogee-Hatbox field, OK May 4, 2001 wearing civil
					registration of N7169U.
				18127 converted to U-21D.  To civil registry as N7169Z Apr 1997 with Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc
					of Bridgewater, VA
				18128 (MSN LM.124) converted to U-21D.  To civil registry as N72014 Apr 1997 with Dynamic Aviation
					Group of Bridgewater, VA.  To N89F Dec 2006
67-18129/18355		Serial numbers not used.
67-18356/18404		Hughes TH-55A Osage
				Part of a multi-FY TH-55A order, following on from 66-18264/18355.
				18366,18385,18386 sold to Thailand
				18356 to N8046J
				18364 to N4035D
				18365 to N9065S
				18368 to N10475
				18372 to N9048L
				18376 to N10375
				18378 became N8058T.  Registration cancelled Aug 25, 2005 as "destroyed"
				18381 to N1042W
				18382 to N8046G
				18383 to N8044S
67-18405/18410		Serial numbers not used.
67-18411/18413		Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois
				MSN 10058/10060.  Sold to Colombia
67-18414/18431		Sikorsky CH-54A Tarhe
				MSN 64016/64033.
				18414 (MSN 64016) to civilian registry as N4409U with Lenair Corp,
					then N543CH with Columbia Helicopters, Inc and Erickson Air Crane, INc
				18415 (MSN 64017) to AMARC as HG0001 Sep 18, 1992, then to civilian registry in 1995 as N194AC
					with Erickson Air Crane, to Canadian Air Crane Ltd as C-GFLH in
					1996, then back to Erickson Air Crane as N194AC in 1996.
					There was a fatal incident at Shelton, Wa Mar 2, 1999, but
					there was no damage to the aircraft.
				18416 (MSN 64018) to civilian registry as N4099Y with Silver Bay 
					Logging Co, then N229AC with Erickson Air Crane
				18417 (MSN 64019) to civilian registry as N4099B in 1994 with Silver Bay Logging
					Co, then to Erickson Air Crane in 2000.  Leased to Korean Forestry Service
					as FP201.  Restored as N4099B Dec 2001, then FP201 again then 
					Registration cancelled Jan 2002, sale to Korea.  To HL9442
					Nov 29, 2007.
				18418 (MSN 64020) preserved at Reno National Guard Base, Stead Airport, NV
				18419 (MSN 64021) w/o Aug 16, 1981.
				18420 (MSN 64022) to civilian registry as N22696 with Lenair Corp, then N544CH.
					To Columbia Helicopters,then to Erickson Air Crane in 2002.  Rebuilt as
					N243AC
				18421 (MSN 64023) to civilian registry as N44094 in 1996 with Heavy Lift
					Helicopters, Inc.  Reported substantially damaged
					at Santa Yuez, CA Jul 8, 2007
				18422 (MSN 64024) w/o Sept 1, 1989
				18423 (MSN 64025) converted to GCH-54A. Preserved at Kenosha, WI.
				18424 (MSN 64026) at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS.  Seen there Oct 2006
				18425 (MSN 64027) to civilian registry as N4410K with Lenair Corp,
					Chet Rasberry Inc, Columbia Helicopters Inc, Erickson Air
					Crane, Inc.  Reregistered N245AC with Erickson Air Crane, Inc,
					then FP202 with Korean Forestry Services.  Became HL9442 Nov 29, 2007.
				18426 (MSN 64028) to civilian registry as N4099M with Silver Bay
					Logging Co and later Erickson Air Crane Co.
				18427 (MSN 64029) to civilian registry as N6156Z with Turbines Ltc,
					then Chet Rasberry Inc, then Heavy Lift Helicopters Inc
				18428 (MSN 64030) to civilian registry as N6156R with Turbines Ltd, 
					N428CR with Chet Rasberry Inc and Heavy Lift Helicopters,
					N428RR with Chet Rasberry Inc, then N18428 with
					Heavy Lift Helicopters, Inc.  W/o in italy Jul 18, 2001
				18429 (MSN 64031) to civilian registry as N429C with Siller
					Helicopters
				18430 (MSN 64032) to civilian registry as N7095B with Siller
					Brothers Inc
				18431 (MSN 64033) to civilian registry as N5297V with Silver Bay
					Logging Co, then N545SB with Erickson Air Crane Co, then
					N218AC with Erickson Air Crane, etc.
67-18432/18493		Boeing-Vertol CH-47B Chinook
				Vertol Division, The Boeing Airplane Co Model 114.  MSN B-402/463.
				18432 (B-402) accepted by the US Army 23Aug67
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00107
				18433 (B-403) accepted by the US Army 25Aug67
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Crimson Tide 
					Crashed at Camp Gorvad, near Phuoc Vinh, South Vietnam Dec 21, 1970
				18434 (B-404) accepted by the US Army 8Sep67
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00095
				18435 (B-405) accepted by the US Army 6Sep67
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
					Shot down by ground fire in Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam May 5, 1970.  Crew of 5 killed.
				18436 (B-406) accepted by the US Army 6Sep67
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-Jun68
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Aug68-Nov68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jun69-May71		Named "Ole Daddy Rabbit"
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71	
					Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Jul73-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00078
				18437 (B-407) accepted by the US Army 15Sep67
 					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00097
				18438 (B-408) accepted by the US Army 14Sep67
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68	
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Hercules May68		
					Named "Filthy Few; Good Vibrations"
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01637
				18439 (B-409) accepted by the US Army 11Sep67
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01640
				18440 (B-410) accepted by the US Army 15Sep67
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Hercules May68		
					Named "Nightmare; The Virgin Hunter"
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00079
				18441 (B-411) accepted by the US Army 21Sep67
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68		Named "Marauder"
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00071
				18442 (B-412) accepted by the US Army 21Sep67
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68
					Crashed in Quang Ngai Province, South Vietnam Mar 17, 1970
				18443 (B-413) accepted by the US Army 26Sep67
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-Jun68
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Aug68-May70
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jun70-Apr71		
					Named "Easy Rider" 
					Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Boxcar Aug72-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00113
				18444 (B-414) accepted by the US Army 27Sep67
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68		Named "3/4  Whore"
					Assigned to 243rd Aviation Company "Freight Train" Fort Lewis, WA 
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01669
				18445 (B-415) accepted by the US Army 5Oct67
					Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec67-Apr68
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" May68
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jun68
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Oct68
					Assigned to 572nd Military Intelligence Detachment Nov68-Feb69
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Apr69-Aug70
					Shot down by enemy fire while on final approach to LZ Judy, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam 
					Aug 26, 1970.  4 of 5 crew members and 20 troops aboard killed.  Only one survivor.
				18446 (B-416) accepted by the US Army 4Oct67
					Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec67-Apr68
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" May68	Transferred to RVN May68 
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68-Apr71			
					Named "Cherry Picker"
					Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jan72-Jul72
					Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00073
				18447 (B-417) Accepted by the US Army 11Oct67
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules". 	Transferred to RVN May68
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Hercules. May68	 	Named "Goofy"
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00064
				18448 (B-418) accepted by the US Army 7Oct67
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules". 	Transferred to RVN May68
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules". May68		Named "Zeppelin II"
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01672.
				18449 (B-419) accepted by the US Army 16Oct67
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules". 	Transferred to RVN May68	
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules". May68	 	
					Named "Lady Godiva; Nitemare".  Shot down in Laos Feb 27, 1971
				18450 (B-420) accepted by the US Army 16Oct67
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan68-Feb71
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00067
				18451 (B-421) accepted by the US Army 19Oct67
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68	 
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68		
					Named “Miss Carriage"; "The Good Ship Lollipop"; "Proud Mary" 
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01652
				18452 (B-422) accepted by the US Army 23Oct67
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules". 	Transferred to RVN May68	
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68	 	Named "Booney Bus"
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00114
				18453 (B-423) accepted by the US Army 25Oct67
					Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec67-Apr68
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" May68-Dec69 		Transferred to RVN May68
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jan70-Aug71.	Named "Snoopy"
					Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar72-Jul72
					Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-Apr74
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00085
				18454 (B-424) accepted by the US Army 31Oct67
					Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec67-Apr68
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" May68-Dec69 		
					Transferred to RVN May68	Named "Banshee"; "The Undertaker"
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Hercules Jan70-Jun71.  
					Named "Banshee"; "The Undertaker"
					Assigned to 187th Assault Support Helicopter Company Jul71
					Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00082 
				18455 (B-425) accepted by the US Army 13Oct67	
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Feb68-Jun68
					Destroyed in taxi accident when its blades struck another CH-47 (67-18450) during ground 
					operations in Binh Dinh Province, SVN Jun 19, 1968.  Flight engineer KIA
				18456 (B-426) accepted by the US Army 6Nov67
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules". 	Transferred to RVN May68	
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68	
					Named "Patches"; "Foxy Lady"; "Easy Rider"
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24115
				18457 (B-427) accepted by the US Army 6Nov67
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Feb68-Jul68
					Destroyed in midair collision when descended on top of  UH-1 66-0740 Jul 1, 1968, Kontum 
					Province, South Vietnam.  Crew of 5 KIA.
				18458 (B-428) accepted by the US Army 8Nov67
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May69
					Crashed after receiving ground fire over LZ Professional, SVN, May 15, 1969.  The aircraft took 
					three hits in the aft transmission and three hits in the control closet. The aircraft crashed 
					and was destroyed by fire.  Crew survived.
				18459 (B-429) accepted by the US Army 13Nov67
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May71		
					Named "Charlie Lima Express". 
					Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Dec72-Mar74
					Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr74
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00115
				18460 (B-430) accepted by the US Army 6Nov67
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-Mar69
					Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Apr69-May70
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jun70-Sep71
					Assigned to 68th Assault Support Helicopter Company Oct71-Dec71
					Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Jul73-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24112
				18461 (B-431) accepted by the US Army 16Nov67
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Feb68-Mar69
					Crashed Mar 22, 1969, SVN.  Several passengers and one crewmember KIA.
				18462 (B-432) accepted by the US Army 27Nov67
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-Dec68
					Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jan69-Jun71
					Crashed in Vietnam Jun 9, 1971 when ran out of fuel and landed hard 150 feet short of runway.
					Extracted from the crash site by CH-47 66-19098 [271st ASHC]
					Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Jan72-Jul72
					The aircraft was returned to the US for repair but declared Beyond Economical Repair.
				18463 (B-433) accepted by the US Army 26Nov67
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-Apr71
					Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00110
				18464 (B-434) accepted by the US Army 29Nov67
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68-Mar68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Apr68-May71
					Assigned to 205th Aviation Company "Geronimos", Fort Benning, GA Feb72-Nov72
					Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Feb73-Aug73
					Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Nov74-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24108
				18465 (B-435) accepted by the US Army 9Dec67
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May71
					Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71
					Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Jul73-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00090
				18466 (B-436) accepted by the US Army 12Dec67
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-Feb71
					Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jan72-Jul72
					Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-Jun74
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00083
				18467 (B-437) accepted by the US Army 14Dec67
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May71
					Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71
					Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Dec72-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00091
				18468 (B-438) accepted by the US Army 15Dec67
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
					Crashed near LZ Green in Phouc Vinh, South Vietnam Feb 15, 1971
				18469 (B-439) accepted by the US Army 16Dec67
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May68
					Shot down by ground fire on takeoff from Kham Duc, SVN May 12, 1968.  One passenger KIA.
				18470 (B-440) accepted by the US Army 16Dec67
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68-Mar68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Apr68-Feb69
					Damaged by ground fire and made forced landing, SVN.  Destroyed during aborted
					sling operation Feb 23, 1969.
				18471 (B-441) accepted by the US Army 17Dec67
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar68-Jun68
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Oct68
					Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Nov68-Jul69
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jan70-Oct70
					Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Jan72-Aug73
					Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov74-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00071
				18472 (B-442) accepted by the US Army 18Dec67
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01649
				18473 (B-443) accepted by the US Army 19Dec67
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar68-Jun68
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Sep68
					Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Oct68-Jul69
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Feb71-May71
					Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71 
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71 
					Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Sep73-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00087
				18474 (B-444) accepted by the US Army 8Jan68
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68-Jun68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jul68-Aug69
					Accident 21Aug69 South Vietnam  The aircraft returned to Chu Lai.
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Feb71-Sep71
					Assigned to 68th Assault Helicopter Company Oct71-Jan72
					Assigned to 507th Transportation Company, Fort Campbell, KY Oct73-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00099
				18475 (B-445) accepted by the US Army 9Jan68
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May68
					Shot down near Kham Duc, SVN May 12, 1968.  The helicopter was hit by 50 caliber machine gun 
					fire at an altitude of 1500-1600 feet shortly after takeoff. The helicopter made a controlled 
					landing and caught fire.  Crew survived.
				18476 (B-446) accepted by US ARmy Jan 12, 1968.  
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar68
					Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" May68-Feb70
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Aug70-May71
					Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
					Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Boxcar Feb72–
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00069
				18477 (B-447) ccepted by the US Army 12Jan68
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68
					Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Feb69-Apr70
					Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Jun71
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71
					Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Mar74
					Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Apr74-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00081
				18478 (B-448) accepted by the US Army 16Jan68
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00078
				18479 (B-449) accepted by the US Army 17Jan68
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 		
					Named "The Odyssey" 
					Remanufactured as YCH-47D 76-18479
				18480 (B-450) accepted by the US Army 18Jan68
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 		
					Named "Alfred E. Neuman" 
					Destroyed on ground in Vietnam May 4, 1970 by rocket.
				18481 (B-451) accepted by the US Army 22Jan68
					Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper"
					Destroyed on ground in Vietnam by Viet Cong Jan 13, 1969
				18482 (B-452) accepted by the US Army 24Jan68
					Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" May68-Jun69
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Oct69-Feb70
					Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Mar70-Apr71.	Named "Mother Goose II" 
					Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00077
				18483 (B-453) accepted by the US Army 30Jan68
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68-Jun68
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Feb69-May71
					Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71
					Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Dec72-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24105
				18484 (B-454) accepted by the US Army 9Feb68
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68-Jun68
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Sep68
					Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Oct68-Jul69
					Accident 16Dec68 South Vietnam. The aircraft was involved in a ground collision with a USAF 
					C-130, s/n 63-802 , at LZ Odessa, RVN.  There were no injuries and no fire.
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jan70-Aug71
					Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00089
				18485 (B-455) accepted by the US Army 8Feb68
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
					Crashed near Nui Ba Ra in South Vietnam May 31, 1970, and deliberately destroyed.  Crew escaped 
					serious injury.
				18486 (B-456) accepted by the US Army 10Feb68.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00068
				18487 (B-457) accepted by the US Army 12Feb68  Accident 5 km NNE of Palisade, Nebraska. 
					The CH-47 had received major battle damage in South Vietnam. The aircraft received ground fire 
					from a .51 caliber machine gun. The airframe sustained damaged to the STA 482 manufacturing 
					splice and the number two engine. A decision was made to recover the aircraft back to the 
					nental United States for repair (CONUS).  was lost in crash of C-133B 59-0530 Feb 6, 1970 
					 enroute to New Cumberland rmy Depot near Harrisburg, PA.  It was being carried aboard the plane.
				18488 (B-458) accepted by the US Army 19Feb68
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Nov68-May71
					Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71
					Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jun73
					Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Jul73-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00086
				18489 (B-459) accepted by the US Army 20Feb68
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00074
				18490 (B-460) accepted by the US Army 23Feb68
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68-Jun68
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Sep68
					Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Oct68-Jul69
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jan70-Jul71
					Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-	
					Destroyed in accident in USA Sep 27, 1977
				18491 (B-461) accepted by the US Army 26Feb68
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68-Jun68
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Sep68
					Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Oct68-Jul69
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jan70-Jul71
					Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar72-Jul72
					Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00065
				18492 (B-462) accepted by the US Army 27Feb68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" May68-May70
					Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May71-Sep71
					Assigned to 68th Assault Support Helicopter Company Jan72
					Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Feb72
					Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Dec73-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00076
				18493 (B-463) accepted by the US Army 28Feb68
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" May68-Feb71
					Crashed Quang Tin Province, Souh Vietnam due to mechanical failure Feb 6, 1971 at LZ Siberia, SVN.  
					Crew of 8 and flight surgeon passenger KIA.
67-18494/18551		Boeing-Vertol CH-47C Chinook
				Boeing Vertol Model 165.  MSN B-464/B-521.
				18494 (B-464) first flight 14Oct67.  Accepted by the US Army 30Mar68
					Assigned to Fort Sill, OK [1970]
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" [1975]
					Crashed South Korea 1979. It had not flown in almost a year due to un-commanded SAS inputs. 
					The rear transmission failed during flight and the aircraft made a forced landing. At about 
					100-200ft before landing, the aft rotor blades began to hit the cabin. The aircraft caught fire.
					Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company Muleskinners Fort Wainwright, AK [1980]
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00240.
				18495 (B-465) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
					Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company [Feb73]
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00247
				18496 (B-466) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
					Assigned to Aviation Technical Test Center [ATTC] 
					Crashed Feb 13, 1969, Apalachicola, FL
				18497 (B.467) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
					Shot down in Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam May 17, 1970.  Crew of 5 KIA
				18498 (B.468) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68
					Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA Jun68-Dec69
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jul70-Jan72
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-
					Accidentally flew across DMZ into North Korea and was shot down by
					North Korean forces.  3 killed, 1 wounded.  The wounded
					copilot was returned to US forces 3 days later, status of helicopter
					unknown.
				18499 (B-469) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
					Crashed Jul 3, 1970 when ran out of fuel west of Camp Eavans, South Vietnam and landed hard.  
					Returned to USA but declared uneconomical to repair and SOC May 1971
				18500 (B-470) Accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68-Jun68
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Dec68
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan69-Apr70
					Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Aug70-Feb72
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea Black Cats Feb73-	
					Named "The Pride of Texas" 
					Remanufactured as MH-47D and reserialed 89-00160
				18501 (B-471) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
					Crashed LZ Erskine at north end of A Shau Valley, South Vietnam Feb 10, 1969
				18502 (B.472) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
					Forced down by enemy fire in Laos Mar 18, 1971. Crew rescued, aircraft later destroyed by 
					enemy mortar fire.
				18503 (B-473) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" 
					Remanufactured as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00170
				18504 (B-474) accepted by the US Army 8Apr68
					Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers", Vietnam Jan72
					Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb72-Jun74
					Remanufactured as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24346
				18505 (B-475) accepted by the US Army 9Apr68
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jun68
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Dec68
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan69-Jul69
					Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Oct69-Apr70
					Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Sep70-Feb72
					Accident 10 November 1971, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam when damaged by load.
					Assigned to 120th Aviation Company "Razorbacks" Mar72-Sep72
					Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Oct72-Feb73
					Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jan74
					Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Fort Carson, CO Feb74-
					Remanufactured as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00134.
				18506 (B-476) accepted by the US Army 12Apr68
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
					Shot down by ground fire over Laos Feb 15, 1971.  The aircraft was ferrying a load of gasoline 
					into Laos when it was hit by enemy ground fire and began to lose altitude. While descending, 
					the sling load apparently exploded, causing the aircraft to explode, break into pieces and 
					crash. Ground observation stated that the aircraft seemed disoriented as it overflew a 
					friendly location by several miles and descended into enemy-held territory about 10 mi SE of 
					Sepone, Laos.  Six crew KIA.
				18507 (B-477) accepted by the US Army 12Apr68
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
					Shot down in Vietnam Jul 23, 1970.  On final approach, the aircraft was hit in the number 1 
					engine and combining transmission. Hydraulic fluid was lost, the aircraft crashed and burned.
					No injuries.
				18508 (B-478) accepted by the US Army 17Apr68
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
					Shot down in South Vietnam May 11, 1970 and made forced landing.  No casualties
				18509 (B-479) accepted by the US Army 19Apr68.  remanufactured as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24337
				18510 (B-480) accepted by the US Army 29Apr68
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jun68
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Dec68
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan69-Oct71		Named "Airhorne"
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Jan72		Named "Airhorne"
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-		
					Named "Christine" 
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Innkeepers" 
					Remanufactured as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00189
				18511 (B-481) accepted by the US Army 22Apr68
					Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jun68
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Dec68
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan69-Jun70
					Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec70-Feb72
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-Mar77
					Crashed and burned about 20 mi SE of Pyeongtaek, South Korea Mar 2, 1977 after hitting high 
					voltage cable in fog.
				18512 (B-482) accepted by the US Army 26Apr68
					Crashed in Peru Jun 13, 1970
				18513 (B-483) accepted by the US Army 29Apr68
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
					Crashed Tam Ky in Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Aug 2, 1969 after midair collision with 
					O-2 67-21332.  5 crew killed.  The O-2 also crashed, killing its pilot. 
				18514 (B-484) accepted by the US Army 3May68.  DBR in Vietnam Mar 30, 1970.
				18515 (B-485) accepted by the US Army 8May68
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Dec68
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan69-Jul70		
					Assigned to 213rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Feb71-Feb72		
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-	
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Texas
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00186.
				18516 (B-486) accepted by the US Army 9May68
					Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Dec68
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan69-Mar70		
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Apr70-Apr71		
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Sep71-Oct71		
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Jan72		
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-	
					Assigned to 295th Aviation Company, USAREUR 
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00142.
				18517 (B-487) accepted by the US Army 15May68
					Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers", Vietnam Aug70-Jan72
					Assigned to 147th Aviation Company Hillclimbers, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb72-Feb73
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00137
				18518 (B-488) accepted by the US Army 16May68
					Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" 
					Crashed in South Vietnam Mar 5, 1971 after midair collision with Republic of Korea Army O-1G 
					51-12257 near Lane Army Heliport, Binh Dinh Province.
				18519 (B-489) accepted by the US Army 20May68
					Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" 
					Shot down in Vietnam Mar 31, 1972.  The aircraft was hit by a 37mm radar controlled round. 
					The aircraft landed in flames and was destroyed by exploding ammunition.
				18520 (B-490) accepted by the US Army 17May68
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Oct68-Mar70		
					Assigned to 213rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Jun70-Feb72		
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00167
				18521 (B.491) accepted by the US Army 20May68
					Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA 
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00222
				18522 (B-492) accepted by the US Army 21May68
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Oct68-Apr71
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Sep71-Oct71
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Dec71
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan72
					Assigned to 213rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Dec72-Feb73		
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Mar73-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01666
				18523 (B-493) accepted by the US Army 23May68
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
					Crashed on takeoff near Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province, SVN Apr 2, 1969.  24 of 78 onboard killed.
				18524 (B-494) accepted by the US Army 27May68
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion.  Crashed in Vietnam Jan 10, 1970
				18525 (B.495) accepted by the US Army 31May68
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Sep68-Oct68
					Assigned to 213rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Nov68-Dec69		
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Apr70-Jan72
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-Oct75
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00235.
				18526 (B-496) accepted by the US Army 4Jun68
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Oct68-Apr70
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Feb71-Apr71
					Assigned to US Army Reserve; 108th Division Training, 3rd Army, Charlotte, NC May71-Sep71
					Assigned to 196th Aviation Company "Flippers", Fort Bragg, OK Aug72-Sep72
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" Oct72-Feb73
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Mar73-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00159.
				18527 (B-497) accepted by the US Army 10Jun68
					Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers", Vietnam Jan71-Jan72
					Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb72-
					Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment.  
					In accident 23 mi off Cape Henry, VA Mar 20, 1983.  All 5 crew killed.
				18528 (B-498) accepted by the US Army 7Jun68
					Assigned to 213rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Dec68-Apr70		
					Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Sep70-Jul71
					Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Sep71-Feb72
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" Dec72-Feb73
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Mar73-Sep75
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00173.
				18529 (B-499) accepted by the US Army 13Jun68
					Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Aug70-Dec71
					Assigned to 18th Corps Aviation Company Jun72-Jan73
					Shot down Binh Long Province, South Vietnam Feb 16, 1973.  The aircraft was on a supply 
					mission for the peacekeeping forces following the signing of the cease-fire. The aircraft 
					took small arms fire, crash-landed and erupted in flames, destroying the aircraft.  One crew 
					member died later from burn injuries.  This was the last US Army helicopter lost in Vietnam. 
				18530 (B-500) accepted by the US Army 17Jun68
					Assigned to Panama
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00201.  
				18531 (B-501) accepted by the US Army 18Jun68
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23780.
				18532 (B-502) accepted by the US Army 18Jun68
					Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" Oct68-Sep70
					Accident 8Sep70 South Vietnam. The aircraft sustained major damage.
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Feb71-Apr71 
					Assigned to US Army Reserve; 108th Division Training, 3rd Army, Charlotte, NC May71-Sep71
					Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers", Fort Bragg, NC Aug72-Sep72
					Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats", Fort Benning & South Korea Oct72-Apr73
					Assigned to 45th Transportation Company, South Korea Jul73-Nov73
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Dec73-Apr74
					Assigned to 117th Assault Support Helicopter Company, South Korea May74-Dec74
					Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats", South Korea Jan75-
					Rebuilt as MH-47D and reserialed 89-00161.
				18533 (B-503) accepted by the US Army 28Jun68
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Oct68-Apr71
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Sep71-Oct71
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Jan72
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" Feb73
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Mar73-Sep75
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00138.
				18534 (B-504) accepted by the US Army 3Jul68
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion, crashed in South Vietnam Jul 27, 1969
				18535 (B.505) accepted by the US Army 1Jul68
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
 					Crashed in South Vietnam Mar 20, 1970
				18536 (B-506), accepted by the US Army 29Jul68
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
					Shot down by ground fire A Shau Valley, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Apr 18, 1969
					and was destroyed by fire.  Crew of 5 all KIA. 
				18537 (B-507) accepted by the US Army 1Jul68
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Dec68-Aug71.  Named "Beer Wagon" 
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan72
					Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Feb72-Dec72
					Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Nov73
					Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Dec73-
					Converted to CH-47D and reserialed 84-24167
				18538 (B-508) accepted by the US Army 25Jul68
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Dec68-Jun71
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Sep71-Oct71
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Jan72
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" Feb73
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Mar73-
					Remanufactured as YCH-47D and reserialed 76-18538.
				18539 (B-509) accepted by the US Army 10Jul68
					Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec68-Jan70
					Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers", Vietnam May70-Jan72
					Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb72-Feb73
					Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Nov73
					Assigned to 196th Aviation Company "Flippers" Fort Bragg, NC Dec73-
					Assigned to 179th Aviation Company
					Crashed near Little Rock, AR May 15, 1987 after caught fire in midair.  One passenger killed.
				18540 (B-510) accepted by the US Army 11Jul68
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
					Accident 17May69 South Vietnam
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington 
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00271
				18541 (B-511) accepted by the US Army 16Jul68
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24121
				18542 (B-512) accepted by the US Army 16Jul68
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
					Crashed in South Vietnam Feb 8, 1971.  The pilot extended speed trims while taxying on wet PSP, 
					the forward blades struck the top of the parking revetment
				18543 (B-513) accepted by the US Army 18Jul68
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion shot down in Vietnam Feb 23, 1969.  
					The aircraft was at 700ft when hit by a RPG on the left side. A small fire broke out but was 
					almost extinguished. The aircraft landed on a sand bar when the fire flared up and destroyed 
					the aircraft.
				18544 (B.514) accepted by the US Army 17Jul68
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
					Crashed at Landing Zone AIRBORNE about 7 kilometers north-northwest of A Luoi in the A Shau 
					Valley South Vietnam Jun 23, 1969.  Four killed
				18545 (B-515) accepted by the US Army 30Jul68
					Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec68-Aug70
					Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Feb71-Apr71
					Crashed Tuy Hoa, Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam Apr 2, 1971.  Destroyed by fire, aircraft 
					commander killed.
				18546 (B-516) accepted by the US Army 9Aug68
					Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec68-Feb72
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00166
				18547 (B-517) accepted by the US Army 28Jul68
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Dec68-Aug71
					Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan72
					Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Feb72-Feb73
					Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jun73
					Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat", Fort Carson, CO Oct74-
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00248.
				18548 (B-518) accepted by the US Army Apr 5, 1968.  
					Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec68-Dec70
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion May71-Oct71
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Dec71
					Assigned to 68th Assault Support Helicopter Company Jan72
					Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Feb72-Jun72
					Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Jul72-Feb73
					Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jan74
					Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat", Fort Carson, CO Feb74-
					Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" USAREUR, West Germany [1984-1986]
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington 
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00284.
				18549 (B-519) accepted by the US Army 9Aug68
					Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec68-Jan70
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion May70-Aug71
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan72
					Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00164.
				18550 (B-520) accepted by the US Army 15Aug68
					Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec68–Feb70
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jun70-Aug71
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan72
					Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Feb72-May72
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 34th General Support Group Aug72
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 1st Aviation Brigade Sep72
					Assigned to C Troop, 16th Air Cavalry Regiment Dec72-Jan73
					Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jun73
					Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat", Fort Carson, CO Oct74-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24181.
				18551 (B-521) accepted by the US Army 19Aug68
					Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec68–Mar70
					Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers", Vietnam Jul70-Jan72
					Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb72-Feb73
					Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Nov73
					Assigned to 196th Aviation Company "Flippers" Fort Bragg, NC Dec73-
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00174.
67-18552/18557		Cancelled contract for CH-47C for RAAF
67-18558/18577		Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois
				MSN 10061/10080
				18558 (MSN 10061) to Brazil as FAB 8650
				18559 (MSN 10062) to Brazil as FAB 8651.
				18560/18563 to Chile
				18566,18567,18570 to South Vietnam
				18568 registered N3275R Mar 1, 1995.  Registration N3275R cancelled by
					FAA Jun 12, 2006 on sale to owner in South Africa.  Registered 
					to Bird Dog Aviation CC of Graskop Jul 28, 2006 as ZU-MST
				18569 (MSN 10072) to Jordanian AF as 826.  Derelict cabin section noted
					Mar 2006 at Ozark Blackwell Field, AL 
				18577 (MSN 10080) to AMARC as XA0499 Sep 28, 1995
67-18578/18896		Serial numbers not used
67-18897		Grumman OV-1C Mohawk 
				Build number 98C.  (131st Aviation Company 212th Combat Aviation Battalion 16th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade)
					crashed due to unknown cause Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Nov 2, 1970.
67-18898/18899		Grumman YOV-1D Mohawk
				Converted from OV-1C airframes build numbers 99C, 100C
				18898 modified for Project Seamore with SLAR and IR.  Redesignated for development work as NOV-1D.
					Went to Argentine AF as AE-035.  However a preserved OV-1D noted Nov 2005 at Estancia Santa Romana, 
					Argentina bears both 67-18898 and AE-032.
				18899 built as OV-1C. Converted in May 1971 to OV-1D. Modified for Project Seamore with SLAR and IR.
					Acquired on unknown date By Tulsa Technology Center, Tulsa Oklahoma. 
					Acquired on unknown date By Mohawk Technologies LLC, Lantana, Florida 33462. FAA issued registration number N223TT on 
					October 28, 2005. FAA certified it as airworthy on October 2, 2009.  Used For Exhibition.
67-18900/18901		Grumman OV-1C Mohawk
				Build nos 101C, 102C 
				18900 in 2008 was at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				18901 (73rd Aviation Company 307th Combat Aviation Battalion 164th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) crashed in
					South Vietnam due to unknow cause Feb 5, 1971.  Crew of 2 survived.
67-18902		Grumman YOV-1D Mohawk 
				Converted from OV-1C airframe build no. 103C.  Modified for Project Seamore with SLAR and IR.
				Put on static display at Oregon National Guard Museum, OR.  Now at Evergreen Aviation Educational 
					Institute, McMinnville, Oregon
67-18903/18904		Grumman OV-1C Mohawk
				Build nos. 104C, 105C
				18903 to AMARC as YA0113 Dec 11, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
67-18905		Grumman YOV-1D Mohawk 
				Converted from OV-1C airframe build no. 106C.  Modifed for project Seamore with SLAR and IR
67-18906/18932		Grumman OV-1C Mohawk 
				Build nos. 107C/133C
				18906 built as OV-1C.  Converted in October 1976 to OV-1D. Formerly at Kenosha Military Museum which closed. Moved to Russell 
					Military Museum.  FAA issued registration number N906KM on May 26, 1994 to Kenosha Military Museum. 
					FAA certified it airworthy on July 10, 1997. Used for exhibition.
				18907 converted to OV-1D in 1974.  Scrapped 2002.  Cockpit is in a private collection.
				18913 (73rd Aviation Company 210th Combat Aviation Battalion 12th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) crashed in
					bad weather into mountain at Gia Ray, Long Khanh Province, South Vietnam Jul 18, 1969.  Both crew killed.
				18914 (225th Aviation Company 223rd Combat Aviation Battalion 17th Aviation Group 1st Aviation Brigade) crashed
					due to unknown cause Plie Trap Valley, Kontum Province, South Vietnam Jun 6, 1969.  Both crew killed.
				18918 went to Argentine AF as AE-032.  However a preserved OV-1D
					noted Nov 2005 at Estancia Santa Romana, Argentina bears both
					67-18898 and AE-032
				18920 converted to OV-1D.  Stalled and crashed during single-engine
					approach to Ft. Rucker, AL Jan 26, 1982.  Not sure of serial.
				18922 to JOV-1D.  On static display at Hunter Army
					Airfield, Savannah, GA.
				18923 to Tulsa Vo-Tech as N224TT (registration allocated 3/10/96 but NTU).  Registration
					N224TT restored to registry Nov 3, 2005 with airframe at Tulsa Technology Centre, Oklahoma (the 
					school's name was changed from Tulsa Vo-Tech).
					Registered to Mohawk Technololgies, Lantana, Florida May 18, 2006.
				18924 to Tulsa Vo-Tech as N225TT (registration allocated 3/10/96, but NTU).  Registered to Mohawk Technologies
					Lantana, Florida Oct 28, 2005.
				18926 flyable by Paul Pefley, Lantowna, FL.  Registration N18926 allocated Apr 9, 1996 to Paul Pefley
				18927 (MSN 128C) named "Ditch Witch" with 1st MIB in 1992
				18930 on static display at Fort Huachuca, AZ
				18932 (OV-1D) to AMARC as YA0116 Jul 30, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory
					Jul 1, 2008
67-18933/19416		Serial numbers not used.
67-19417		Boeing EC-137D
				ex civilian B.707-355C N707HL (MSN 19417) bought in 1992.  Possibly used for various
					clandestine missions, often in spurious markings.  To AMARC as FP0076 October 2002.
					2003 issue of 'Air Forces Monthly' magazine lists this as EC-137E, 
					currently in use with AFSOC.  Reported to AMARC as CZ0194 Jun 13, 2002.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
67-19418/19474		Serial numbers not used
67-19475/19537		Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois
				MSN 10081/10143.
				19492,19494,19521,19534 converted to UH-1V.
				19475/19483,19535 sold to Thailand
				19505/19510 to South Korea
				19479 (MSN 10085) to Thailand as H6-1/11. Accident Mar 2, 1972.
				19480 (MSN 10086) to Thai AF as 20312/H.6-2/11
				19481 (MSN 10087) to Thai AF as 20313/H.6-3/11
				19483 (MSN 10089) to Royal Thai Army as 9483 and now used as instructional airfram at Kiak Kai Army Transportation
					Technical School
				19485 (UH-1H, MSN 10091). Was N6259T of Bureau of Narcotic 
					Enforcement; registration cancelled Oct 9, 2003 on sale to owner in Chile.
					Chilean identity is CC-CBZ, issued Oct 10, 2003.
				19499 at AANCVC, Albuquerque IAP, NM  Aug 2007
				19512 crashed NW of Nha Trang Nov 4, 1969 due to pilot disorientation in bad weather.  Crew MIA
				19515 (MSN 10121, 101st Abn, 326th Med Co) flow into the ground at night medevac in SVN Oct 5, 1969. 4 KIA.
				19519 (MSN 10125) seen sitting derelict at the Guard Base at Davenport, IA Apr 29, 2002.  Seen at 
					American Legion Post #127, Buford, GA Nov 2007
				19521 (MSN 10127). registration N3276K reserved Jan 6, 2004, taken up Mar 16, 2004.
				19523 with Northwest Helicopters, Olympia MAP, WA Jun 2006
				19524 (MSN 10130, 227th Avn, C Co) hit a tree during landing, crashed, rolled over and caught fire in SVN 
					Oct 10, 1969. 7 KIA, 2 injured.
				19526 (MSN 10132) noted stored at Lakefront AP Aug 2001.
				19529 (MSN 10135, 227th Avn, B Co) collidied midair with UH-1H 67-17818 in SVN May 4, 1969. 4 KIA.
				19530 (MSN 10136, 101st Abn) crashed in South Vietnam Feb 5, 1969. 4 KIA.
				19532 (MSN 10138) noted 2008 displayed in Veterans Memorial Park at D'Iberville, Mississippi
67-19538/19999		Serial numbers not used

		
			- USAF Serials pick up again here - 
	
67-20000/20552		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee drones	
				20065 at USAF Armaments Museum, Eglin AFB, FL.
67-20553/20952		Texas Instruments AGM-45A3 Shrike missiles
67-20953/21152		Texas Instruments AGM-45A4 Shrike missiles
67-21153/21218		Northrop F-5A-35-NO Freedom Fighter
				21153 (MSN N.6344) to Taiwan.  To South Vietnam in 1972
				21154 (MSN N.6345) to Taiwan.  To South Vietnam in 1972
				21155 (MSN N.7053) to Norway.  Crashed 4/22/1969 Rakkestad.
				21156 (MSN N.7054) to Norway.  To Turkey 9/15/1983.
				21157/21162 (MSN N.6346/N.6351) to Taiwan
					21157 to Turkey in 1988
					21158 to Turkey in 1988
					21159 to South Vietnam in 1972
					21160 to South Vietnam in 1972
					21162 to South Vietnam in 1972
				21163 (MSN N.6352) to Turkey
				21164 (MSN N.7055) to Norway.  To Greece 8/27/1986.
				21165 (MSN N.7056) to Norway.  To Turkey 8/12/1983.
				21166/21174 (MSN N.6353/N.6361) to Taiwan
					21167 to Taiwan as 1258, then to Thai AF.  Stored at Don Muang
						for many years and reported moved to Thai AF Museum
						Nov 2008.
					21168 to South Vietnam in 1972
					21169 to South Vietnam in 1972
					21170 to South Vietnam in 1972
					21171 to South Vietnam in 1972
					21172 to South Vietnam in 1972
				21175 (MSN N.6362) to Iran.  To South Vietnam in 1972
				21176/21180 (MSN N.6363/N.6367) to South Korea
					21176 to Philippines in 1998.  (Philippine AF, 5th FW, 6th FS) crashed May 2, 2002 on school at Mabalacat, Pampanga,
						Philippines.  Pilot killed, 16 people on ground injured
					21177 to Philippines in 1998.  Stored at Clark AB in Feb 2015.
				21181 (MSN N.6368) to Turkey.  Modified to RF-5A
				21182/21191 (MSN N.6369/N.6378) to South Korea
					21182 w/o Aug 24, 1976
					21184 to South Vietnam in 1972
					21186 to South Vietnam in 1972
					21187 (MSN N.6374) to South Vietnam in 1972, to Korea, to Turkey
					21190 to Philippine AF in 1995
					21191 went to Philippine AF in 1998, retired by Philippine AF Oct 1, 2005.
				21192/21195 (MSN N.6379/N.6382) to Turkey
					21192 modified to RF-5A
					21194 modified to RF-5A
					21195 w/o Jan 9, 1976
				21196 (MSN N.6383) to Ethiopia
				21197/21199 (MSN N.6384/N.6386) to Libya
					All to Turkey in 1975
				21200/21211 (MSN N.6387/N.6398) to Turkey in 1968
					21201/21209 modified to RF-5A
					21205 crashed near Diyarbakir Jul 19, 1990.  Pilot ejected safely.
					21208 (MSN N.6395) to THK 3-208.  To Turkish Air Force Museum, Istanbul
				21212/21218 to Iran
					21212 (MSN N.6399) to South Vietnam in 1972
					21213 (MSN N.6400) to South Vietnam in 1972
					21214 (MSN N.6401) to South Vietnam in 1972
					21217 (MSN N.6404) transferred to Greek AF
					21218 (MSN N.6405) transferred to Greek AF
67-21219/21231		Northrop RF-5A-35-NO Freedom Fighter
				MSN RF.1001/RF.1013.  To Iran
67-21232/21235		cancelled contract for Northrop RF-5A Freedom Fighter
67-21236/21258		Northrop F-5A-35-NO Freedom Fighter
				MSN N.6342,6343,6321/6341.
				21236 (MSN N.6342) to Thailand as ser. no. Kh18-5/10, code 1321.  w/o in midair 
					collision with Chipmunk May 27, 1971
				21237 (MSN N.6343) to Thailand as ser. no. KH18-6/10, code 1322, then 10322.
					Collided with another F-5A and crashed into sea off Kohn Kut Aug 28, 1980. Pilot killed
				21238/21242 (MSN N.6321/N.6325) to Turkey in 1967
					21239 w/o Nov 12, 1975 in collision with F-5A 67-21252 near Erurum
				21243/21247 (MSN N.6326/N.N.6330) to Morocco
					21243 (MSN N.6326) as 21243 with Royal Moroccan AF.  Noted as instructional airframe at Marrakech-Menara 
						Jan 2008
					21246 w/o Aug 16, 1972 in coup against the king.
					21247 to Turkey
				21248/21256 (MSN N.6331/N.6339) to Turkey in 1967
					21254 converted to F-5A-2000.  Was one of 2 F-5s destroyed by fire on 
						ramp at Konya AB, Turkey Oct 19, 2005.  Rumor has it that the fire
						was caused by a trainee F-4 pilot who allowed practice bombs to
						fall on ramp.	
				21257 (MSN N.6340) to Thailand as ser.no Kh18-7/10, code 1323, then 10323,
					then 23123, then 71142.
				21258 (MSN N.6341) to Thailand as ser.no Kh18-8/10, code 1324.  Crashed Sep 14, 1970 
					due to main landing gear failure
67-21259/21271		cancelled contract for Northrop F-5A Freedom Fighter
67-21272/21284		Northrop F-5B-25-NO Freedom Fighter
				MSN N.8049/N.8061.
				21272 (MSN N.8049) to Morocco
				21273,21274 (MSN N.8050/N.8051) to Turkey in 1968
					21274 w/o Jul 30, 1975
				21275 (MSN N.8052) to Taiwan
				21276/21277 (MSN N.8053/N.8054) to South Korea
				21278,21279 (MSN N.8055/N.8056) to Libya, to Turkish AF in 1975.
				21280 (MSN N.8057) to Taiwan
				21281 (MSN N.8058) to Turkey in 1968.  W/o Sep 27, 1972 near Kesan
				21283 on display at Konya AB, Turkey in Jun 2011.
				21282/21284 (MSN N.8059/N.8061) to Taiwan
					21283 (MSN N.8060) to Turkey in 1990
67-21285/21294		cancelled contract for Northrop F-5B Freedom Fighter
67-21295/21439		Cessna O-2A-CE Super Skymaster
				MSN 337M-0001/0145.
				21385,21395,21438 converted to GO-2A
				21381 sold to South Vietnam
				21300,21318,21349,21365,21387,21404,21414 transferred to US Navy.  21414 and 21439 to
					US Army before going to Navy.
				21297 (MSN 337M-0003) to MASDC as HV0125
				21299 (MSN 337M-0005) to MASDC as HV0150.  Now flying as N21299
				21300 (MSN 337M-0006) to US Navy sd 721300.  To civil registry as N590D Mar 24, 1992.
				21301 (MSN 337M-0007) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group, hit by ground fire Nov 20, 1969
					20 mi W of Kham Duc, South Vietnam while flying a forward air control mission.  Both crew KIA.
				21302 (MSN 337M-0008) 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group hit by ground fire in
					rear engine near Xuan Hoa 15 mi SWS of Dong Hoi, North Vietnam Mar 29, 1968.  Able to fly to Laos on
					front engine where crew bailed out 45 mi from Nakhon Phanon, Thailand and were rescued.
				21303 (MSN 337M-0009) to MASDC as HV0178 Aug 3, 1981
				21305 (MSN 337M-0011) 23rd TASS, 504th TASG) lost on dusk mission near Tavouac in 
					southern Laos, 2 May 1969.   Pilot KIA.
				21307 (MSN 337M-0013) to MASDC as HV0167.  Sold as N1102A, then C-GFAC.
				21308 (MSN 337M-0014) 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group destroyed in takeoff crash 
					in South Vietnam Dec 14, 1968.  Pilot injured but survived.
				21309 (MSN 337M-0015) to MASDC in 1984, sold on civilian market in 1994.  
					To civil registry as N5251Z.  To N1309 Sep 2007.  Crashed at Avon Park, FL Nov
					17, 2010. 3 killed.
				21310 (MSN 337M-0016) to US Navy as 721310.  To MASDC as HV0166.   To civil registry as N40693 Aug 1, 1994
				21311 (MSN 337M-0017) to MASDC as HV0120.  To civil registry as N311J Mar 23, 1992
				21313 (MSN 337M-0019) to MASDC as HV0120 Nov 5, 1979.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				21314 (MSN 337M-0020) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground
					fire 7 mi NW of Quang Ngai, South Vietnam Sep 14, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				21315 (MSN 337M-0021) crashed at Chu Lai, RVN in 1969.
				21316 (MSN 337M-0022, 20th TASS, 504th TASG) downed by .30 calibre fire during visual 
					reconnaissance mission near Tam Ky, SVN, 2 June 1969; pilot KIA.
				21317 (MSN 337M-0023) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group destroyed while parked at
					Da Nang AB, South Vietnam by crash landing F-4C 63-7639 Aug 6, 1967.
				21318 (MSN 337M-0024)to US Navy as 721318
				21319 (MSN 337M-0025) 20th TASS, 504th TASG) downed by small arms fire 20 miles northwest 
					of Da Nang while directing fire against enemy buildings, 1 June 1969, two crew KIA.
				21321 (MSN 337M-0027) to MASDC as HV0179 Aug 3, 1981
				21322 (MSN 337M-0028) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group destroyed while parked at
					Da Nang AB, South Vietnam by crash landing F-4C 63-7639 Aug 6, 1967.
				21324 (MSN 337M-0030) to MASDC as HV0158
				21325 (MSN 337M-0031, 20th TASS, 504th TASG) destroyed by 122 mm rocket during Viet Cong 
					attack on airfield at Da Nang, SVN, 6 June 1969
				21326 (MSN 337M-0032) noted Sep 2003 on displayh at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Texas
				21327 (MSN 337M-0033) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by small armis right
					after takeoff from Khe Sanh, South Vietnam Jan 27, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
				21328 (MSN 337M-0034) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground fire
					near Vinh Lihh, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Nov 3, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				21329 (MSN 337M-0035, 20th TASS, 504th TASG) crashed near Da Nang after engine failure 
					and was destroyed, 9 May 1969;  pilot survived
				21330 (MSN 337M-0036) to MASDC as HV0143.  To civil registry as N52513 Jan 4, 1996
				21331 (MSN 337M-0037) to USAF Museum in 1982
				21332 (MSN 337M-0038) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group collided with CH-47C 67-18513
					in midair over Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Aug 2, 1969.  Pilot killed, as well as 5 aboard the CH-47C.
				21333 (MSN 337M-0039) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group hit by ground fire and crashednear
					Ngoc Tavak (an old French fort) 5 mi S of Kham Duc, Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam May 2, 1968. Both crew KIA.
				21334 (MSN 337M-0040) to MASDC as HV0129. Now flying under civil registration N256Z.  Now
					at Air Combat Museum.  Registration N5VX reserved Dec 13, 2006, taken up Apr 2, 2007.
				21335 (MSN 337M-0041) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group hit by machine gun fire
					near Ha Tan, 15 mi SW of Da Nang, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam and made forced landing May 24, 1968. 
					Crew of 2 rescued, aircraft destroyed to prevent capture.
				21336 (MSN 337M-0042) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group hit by ground fire near
					Kham Duc Special Forces Camp, Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam and made forced langing at Kham Duc airstrip
					May 12, 1968.  Aircraft destroyed by enemy mortar fire, pilot survived.
				21337 (MSN 337M-0043) shot down by ground fire near Ngoc Tri, 7 mi S of Chu Lai, Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam 
					Dec 25, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				21338 (MSN 337M-0044, 504th TASG, 20th TASS) disappeared in the vicinity of Ban Gnang, Laos Mar 20, 1968. Pilot KIA.
				21339 (MSN 337M-0045, 504th TASG, 20th TASS) destroyed by VC in shelling and rocket attack at Da Nang, SVN Jan 31, 1968.
				21340 (MSN 337M-0046) was with 20th TASS and made gear-up landing at Ubon, Thailand after
					battle damage.  Repaired.  Now on display at Selfridge ANGB Museum, Michigan
				21341 (MSN 337M-0047) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground fire
					near Hoi An, 12 mi SE of Da Nang, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam May 11, 1970.  Pilot KIA.
				21342 (MSN 337M-0048) to MASDC as HV0159.  To civil registry as N52515.
				21343 (MSN 337M-0049, 23TASS/504TASG) collided in midair with OV-10A 67-14635 over SVN Oct 8, 1969.
				21345 (MSN 337M-0051) to MASDC as HV0216 Jul 22, 1982.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				21346 (MSN 337M-0052) to MASDC as HV0127 Jan 3, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				21347 (MSN 337M-0053, 504th TASG, 20th TASS) destroyed by VC in shelling and rocket attack at Da Nang, SVN Jan 31, 1968.
				21348 (MSN 337M-0054) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground fire
					6 mi SW of Chu Lai, Quang Ngai Province, South Vietnam Aug 23, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
				21349 (MSN 337M-0055) transferred to US Navy as 721349 in 1983 then to US Army in 1990.  To civil registry as N679EP Jan 17, 1997.
					Operated by US Army out of Yuma Proving Ground at Laguna AAF, Arizona.  Now on
					civil registry as N463DA
				21350 (MSN 337M-0056, 20th TASS, 504th TASG) hit in tail by AAA near Ban Palin, SVN Jan 18, 1969.  Crew of 2
					bailed out and were rescued.
				21352 (MSN 337M-0058) to MASDC as HV0126.  To civil registry as N87652 Dec 2, 1993
				21353 (MSN 337M-0059) to MASDC as HV0138.  To civil registry as N5252C Nov 9, 2000
				21354 (MSN 337M-0060) to MASDC as HV0111
				21355 (MSN 337M-0061) to MASDC as HV0164 Nov 21, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				21356 (MSN 337M-0062) to MASDC as HV0113
				21357 (MSN 337M-0063, 504th TASG, 20th TASS) destroyed by VC in shelling and rocket attack at Da Nang, SVN 
					Jan 31, 1968.
				21358 (MSN 337M-0064) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group flew into side of ridge
					in Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam during training flight Feb 15, 1970.  Both crew killed.
				21359 (MSN 337M-0065, 504th TASG, 20th TASS) destroyed by VC in shelling and rocket attack at Da Nang, SVN Jan 31, 1968.
				21360 (MSN 337M-0066) to MASDC as HV0115 Oct 30, 1979.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				21361 (MSN 337M-0067, 19th TASS, 504th TASG) crashed in South Viet Nam after engine 
					failure; three crew survived
				21362 (MSN 337M-0068, 504th TASG, 19th TASS) destroyed by VC rocket attack at Bien Hoa, SVN Feb 11, 1968.
				21363 (MSN 337M-0069) to MASDC as HV0224.  To civil registry as N18BB.  Now with the Museum of Flight
					restoration facility, WA.
				21365 (MSN 337M-0071) to US Navy as 721365.  To civil registry as N593S Mar 26, 2001
				21366 (MSN 337M-0072) to MASDC as HV0176 Jul 15, 1981.  To Chilean AF as 264 and preserved Oct 2012 in Museo Nacional
					Aeronautico y del Espacio, Los Cerillos, Santiago
				21367 (MSN 337M-0073) with 20th TASS shot down west of Hue, SVN Apr 28, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
				21368 (MSN 337M-0074) Delivered to the USAF on August 31, 1967. It then saw duty at Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Force Base, 
					Thailand, Bien Hoa, Vietnam. In September 1970 the aircraft transferred to the 111th Tactical Air Support Group, Pennsylvania 
					Air National Guard, Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. Within the next five years the aircraft transferred to two additional 
					Air National Guard units eventually being dropped from the USAF inventory in 1982.   In October 1982 the Skymaster was 
					installed and dedicated in the Hurlburt Field Memorial Air Park, Florida  
				21369 (MSN 337M-0075) 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group crashed during landing at Bin Thuy
					AB, South Vietnam Dec 12, 1967.  Both crew survived.
				21370 (MSN 337M-0076) 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group ran out of fuel and
					crash landed in South Vietnam May 10, 1968.  Crew of 2 survived.
				21371 (MSN 337M-0077) to MASDC as HV0177 Jul 15, 1981.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				21372 (MSN 337M-0078) to MASDC as HV0225 Feb 19, 1985.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				21373 (MSN 337M-0079) to MASDC as HV0119.  To civil registry as N373AZ Sep 15, 1995.  Presently being restored.
				21374 (MSN 337M-0080) to MASDC as HV0227.  To civil registry as N19GH Jun 16, 1999
				21375 (MSN 337M-0081) to MASDC as HV0228.  To civil registry as N51SB Aug 19, 1999
				21376 (MSN 337M-0082) on display at New York ANG, Newburgh, New York
				21378 collided with F-100D 56-3452 over South Vietnam Nov 17, 1968.  Both crew bailed out and were rescued.
				21380 (MSN 337M-0086) on display at Robins AFB Museum, Georgia
				21381 (MSN 337M-0087) to MASDC.  Sold to South Vietnam
				21382 (MSN 337M-0088) 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by AAA near
					Kay Bong, Sekong Province, Laos May 21, 1968.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by helicopter.
				21383 (MSN 337M-0089) to MASDC as HV0160.  To civil registry as N1166B Jun 14, 2001
				21384 (MSN 337M-0090) 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group hit by small arms fire
					near Ban Dong Nen, Savannakhet Province, Laos and crashlanded on small airstrip Jul 17, 1968.  Crew rescued
					by helicopter, aircraft destroyed to prevent capture.
				21385 (MSN 337M-0091) to MASDC as HV0048
				21386 (MSN 337M-0092, 23rd TASS, 504th TASG) shot down by AAA 12 mi E of Muang Phine, Laos
					Mar 6, 1969.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				21387 (MSN 337M-0093) to MASDC as HV0130.  To civil registry as N52490 Jan 30, 1998
				21388 (MSN 337M-0094) 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group sht by SA-2 Missile
					30 mi E of Nakhon Phanom in Kammouan Province, Laos Apr 26, 1971.  Crew of 2 bailed out and were rescued.
				21389 (MSN 337M-0095) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group crashed during landing
					at Da Nang AB, South Vietnam May 20, 1971.  Crew survived, but aircraft DBR.
				21390 (MSN 337M-0096) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground fire 3 mi
					S of Thon Cam Son, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Dec 25, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
				21391 (MSN 337M-0097) to MASDC as HV0051
				21392 (MSN 337M-0098) to MASDC as HV0180 Aug 3, 1981
				21393 (MSN 337M-0099) to MASDC as HV0217.  Later to civil registry as N302A Jun 14, 1999.
				21394 (MSN 337-0100) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground fire
					in DMZ 2 mi from the coast, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Oct 23, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
				21395 (MSN 337M-0101) to MASDC as HV0047.  Put on display at Dover AFB Historical Center, Delaware.
					Back to AMARC as HV0288 Nov 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				21396 (MSN 337M-0102) to MASDC as HV0042.  To NASM Mar 13, 1983.  On display at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM
				21397 (MSN 337M-0103) to MASDC as HV0183 Aug 14, 1981.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				21398 (MSN 337M-0104) to MASDC as HV0144.  To civil registry as N102WB Jan 11, 2002.  Was N574V and then 
					4X-CBV, both presumably prior to N102WB.
				21399 (MSN 337M-0105) crashed near Ubon AB, Thailand May 9, 1968.  2 killed.
				21401 (MSN 337M-0107, 504th TASG, 22nd TASS) destroyed by VC shelling at Binh Thuy, SVN Feb 11, 1968.
				21402 (MSN 337M-0108) to MASDC as HV0132.  To civil registry as N702AF Aug 27, 1999
				21403 (MSN 337M-0109) to MASDC as HV0112.  Now flying in Australia as VH-OZA
				21404 (MSN 337M-011) to US Navy as 721404.
				21405 (MSN 337M-0111) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by AAA 
					near Ban Daktring, Attopeu Province, Laos May 30, 1968.  Pilot KIA
				21406 (MSN 337M-0112) 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group hit by ground fire
					over Savannakhet Province, Laos and able to fly to Thailand on front engine Apr 1, 1968, where crew
					bailed out and were rescued.
				21407 (MSN 337M-0113) to MASDC as HV0128.  Now flying in Australia as VH-OII.  Was N5257G before becoming VH-OII.
					As VH-OII in 2014 was preserved in Temora Aviation Museum, New South Wales, Australia.
				21408 (MSN 337M-0114) 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group crashed from unknown
					cause 10 mi NW of Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Mar 16, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				21409 (MSN 337M-0115) received damage during Tet Offensive in 1968 but was able to return to
					base at Ubon, Thailand and was returned to service.
				21410 (MSN 337M-0116) to MASDC as HV0161.  To civil registry as N5257J Mat 12, 1997
				21411 (MSN 337M-0117) on display at Chanute AFB Museum, Rantoul, Illinois.
				21412 (MSN 337M-0118, 23rd TASS, 504th TASG) shot down by AAA near Ban Senphan Feb 28, 1969.  Pilot POW,
					photographer rescued
				21413 (MSN 337M-0119) on display at Castle Air Museum, California
				21414 (MSN 337M-0120) to MASDC in 1972.  Transferred to 110th TASG, Michigan ANG Oct 20, 1972.  To US Navy as 731414
					Aug 1982 with VA-122, then to VFA-125 in 1986.  To US Army Oct 12, 1990.  To civil registry as N674EP Oct 29, 1996.  
					Operated by US Army out of Yuma Proving Ground at Laguna AAF, AZ.
				21415 (MSN 337M-0121) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group collided in midar with
					UH-1D 66-01016 near Quang Ngai, South Vietnam Jun 13, 1968.  Pilot killed. Helicopter also crashed, killing 4
					crew and 3 infantrymen.
				21416 (MSN 337M-0122) to MASDC as HV0219.  To civil registry as N60BB Jun 14, 1989
				21417 (MSN 337M-0123) to MASDC as HV0173 Jul 15, 1981
				21419 (MSN 337M-0125) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by 37-mm AAA
					near Ban Katao, Savannakhet Province, Laos Nov 26, 1968.  Pilot KIA, but observer bailed out and was 
					rescued by USAF helicopter.
				21420 (MSN 337M-0126) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group hit by ground fire over
					Khe Sanh, South Vietnam and crashlanded at Khe Sanh Apr 21, 1968.  Pilot injured but survived, aircraft DBR.
				21421 (MSN 337M-0127) to MASDC as HV0114.  To civil registry as N52575 Sep 8, 1998
				21422 (MSN 337M-0128) on display at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota
				21423 (MSN 337M-0129) to MASDC.  To Canadian civil registry as C-FFAC.
				21424 (MSN 337M-0130) to MASDC.  To civil registry as N37RM, reservation N424AF
					reserved Apr 3, 2007, taken up Jul 31, 2007.
				21425 (MSN 337M-0131, 23rd TASS, 504th TASG) crashed near Ban Biang, Laos Mar 9, 1969.  Crew KIA
				21426 (MSN 337M-0132) to MASDC
				21427 (MSN 337M-0133) to MASDC as HV0135.  To civil registry as N427AU Jul 25, 1996
				21428 (MSN 337M-0134) 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group collided in midair
					with B-57G 53-3931) near Ban Vangthong, Laos Dec 12, 1970.  Both crew killed.  B-57G also crashed but crew
					were rescued by USAF helicopter.
				21430 at OV10 Bronco Museum
				21431 (MSN 337M-0137 )flying in Australia as VH-OTO
				21432 (MSN 337M-0138, 23rd TASS, 504th TASG) lost over southern Laos near Muang Phine Feb 1, 1969, presumed
					shot down.  Pilot KIA.
				21433 (MSN 337M-0139) to MASDC as HV0131
				21434 (MSN 337M-0140) to MASDC as HV0215.  To civil registry as N4070Q Aug 1, 1994
				21435 (MSN 337M-0141) to MASDC as HV0118.  To civil registry as N5258C Mar 22, 1995
				21436 (MSN 337M-0142) to MASDC as HV0169.  To civil registry as N436Z May 5, 1997
				21437 (MSN 337M-0143, 19th TASS, 504th TASG) shot down by small arms fire near Long Thanh, SVN
					Apr 16, 1969.  2 crew KIA.
				21438 (MSN 337M-0144) to MASDC as HV0041
				21439 (MSN 337M-0145) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground
					fire near Savannakhet City, Savannakhet Province, Laos Oct 30, 1971.  Pilot KIA.
67-21440/21470		Cessna O-2B-CE Super Skymaster
				Batch of civil Model 337s taken from civilian dealers.
				21440 (MSN 337-0518) was previously N5418S.  To MASDC as HV0151.  In 2009 was on display at Lackland AFB.
				21441 (MSN 337-0521) was previously N5421S.  To MASDC as HV0058.  Became N25892 of US
					Customs Service, cancelled June 28, 1995.
				21442 (MSN 337-0406) was previously N5306S.  To MASDC
				21443 (MSN 337-0438) was previously N5338S.  To MASDC as HV0017, then HV0106.  Became N5338S
				21444 (MSN 337-0447) was previously N5347S.  To MASDC as HV0105
				21445 (MSN 337-0450) was previously N5350S; became N47784 of Commodore 
					Aerospace, Oklahoma City, OK
				21446 (MSN 337-0454) was previously N5354S.  To MASDC as HV0049, then HV0107.
					Registered N446TF Apr 14, 2008.  Restored by Trudeau Warbirds of Punta Gorda, FL. and recertified in 2008.
				21447 (MSN 337-0457) was previously N5357S.  To MASDC as HV0108.  Became N14536 of US
					Customs Service, cancelled as 'destroyed' January 1995.
				21448 (MSN 337-0472) was previously N5372S; noted stored at Fresco, CA October 1986
				21449 (MSN 337-0339) was previously N6339F; became N67136 of US Forestry Service
				21450 (MSN 337-0334) was previously N6334F, CF-UDZ (January 1966) and N11B. 
					When civilianised again, N87750 was originally allocated but not taken 
					up, aircraft becoming N87755 with J. Turner of Houston, TX
				21451 (MSN 337-0353) was previously N6353F, CF-UEP (February 1966) and N11B
				21452 (MSN 337-0385) was previously N6385F.  Became N63854 Jul 16, 1996 with 
					B. Gentry of Reno, NV
				21453 (MSN 337-0418) was previously N5318S. Became N55391 Jul 28, 1988, registration 
					cancelled Mar 27, 1990, then became N912KC.  Now at American Military Heritage Museum
				21454 (MSN 337-0473) was previously N5373S.  To MASDC as HV0162.  To Salvadorean AF
				21455 (MSN 337-0477) was previously N5377S.  (9th SOS, 14th SOW) shot down by ground fire near Ninh Hoa  
					during psy-ops mission against VC troops near Nha Trang, Jun 22, 1969; two crew KIA.
				21456 (MSN 337-0478) was previously N5378S. Reverted to N5378S; registration 
					cancelled Jan 26, 1987
				21457 (MSN 337-0489) was previously N5389S.  With 9th Special Operations Squadron 14th Special Operations Wing 
					shot down by small arms fire 15 mi NW of Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct 8, 1968.
					Crew of 2 killed.
				21458 (MSN 337-0490) was previously N5390S.  To MASDC as HV0102.  To civil registry as N65278
				21459 (MSN 337-0491) was previously N5391S; became N67153
				21460 (MSN 337-0499) was previously N5399S. Reverted to N5399S 
					and cancelled as 'destroyed' Jan 3, 1996.
				21461 (MSN 337-0501) was previously N5401S; reverted to N5401S
				21462 (MSN 337-0507) was previously N5407S.  To civil registry as N67ZZ Aug 24, 1982
				21465 (MSN 337-0261) was previously N6261F.  On display at March Field Museum, California.
				21466 (MSN 337-0319) was previously N6319F.  To MASDC as HV0109
				21467 (MSN 337-0448) was previously N5348S; became N31416
				21468 (MSN 337-0460) was previously N5360S; noted stored at Fresco, CA 
					October 1986
				21469 (MSN 337-0492) was previously N5392S.  Now preserved at Kansas Aviation 
					Museum (formerly McConnell AFB Museum).
				21470 (MSN 337-0505) was previously N5405S.  To MASDC as HV0152.  Went to Salvadorean AF
67-21471/21500		Lockheed EC-121R Warning Star
				All ex-US Navy WV-2/WV-3
				21471 ex WV-3 BuNo 137895 MSN 1049A-4382
				21472 ex WV-3 BuNo 137898 MSN 1049A-4385
				21473 ex WV-2 BuNo 141296 MSN 1049A-4420.  To MASDC Mar 1971 for storage, scrapped May 1974.
				21474 ex WV-2 BuNo 141306 MSN 1049A-4430
				21475 ex WV-2 BuNo 141312 MSN 1049A-4436.  To MASDC for storage Jun 30, 1971.  Scrapped Sep 17, 1976.
				21476 ex WV-2 BuNo 141317 MSN 1049A-4441.  Crashed while landing in heavy fog Jan 24, 1969 at 
					Otis AFB, MA.  Nosewheel collapsed when it hit a ditch.   Aircraft touched down short of
					runway in scrub pine trees.  Only injury was a broken leg while exiting plane.  Plane
					w/o and transported to MASDC where it was later scrapped.
				21477 ex WV-2 BuNo 141320 MSN 1049A-4444.   Scrapped at MASDC MAr 3, 1971.
				21478 ex WV-2 BuNo 141328 MSN 1049A-4452.   Scrapped at MASDC Apr 14, 1972.
				21479 ex WV-2 BuNo 141330 MSN 1049A-4454.   Transfered to MASDC for storage mid 1971, scrapped Aug 1974
				21480 ex WV-2 BuNo 143185 MSN 1049A-4459.   Scrapped at MASDC Apr 14, 1972
				21481 ex WV-2 BuNo 143188 MSN 1049A-4462.  TO MASDC late 1971, scrapped there Sep 1972
				21482 ex WV-2 BuNo 143191 MSN 1049A-4465.  Scrapped at MASDC Oct 21, 1970
				21483 ex WV-2 BuNo 143195 MSN 1049A-4469.  Scrapped at MASDC May 18, 1971
				21484 ex WV-2 BuNo 143202 MSN 1040A-4476.  Scrapped at MASDC as Oct 21, 1970
				21485 ex WV-2 BuNo 143203 MSN 1049A-4477.  Scrapped at MASDC May 18, 1971.
				21486 ex WV-2 BuNo 143204 MSN 1049A-4478.  To MASDC for storage Dec 1970, scrapped May 1973.
				21487 ex WV-2 BuNo 143206 MSN 1049A-4480.  Scrapped at MASDC Oct 21, 1970
				21488 ex WV-2 BuNo 143207 MSN 1049A-4481.  Scrapped at MASDC Apr 14, 1972
				21489 ex WV-2 BuNo 143208 MSN 1049A-4482.  Scrapped at MASDC May 18, 1971
				21490 ex WV-2 BuNo 143210 MSN 1049A-4484.  Scrapped at MASDC May 18, 1971
				21491 ex WV-2 BuNo 143213 MSN 1049A-4487.  Scrapped at MASDC Apr 14, 1972
				21492 ex WV-2 BuNo 143214 MSN 1049A-4488.  Scrapped May 18, 1971
				21493 ex WV-2 BuNo 143215 MSN 1049A-4489.  With 554th RS, 553rd RW, crashed 2 min after takeoff 
					from Korat RTAFB, Thailand in thunderstorm Apr 25, 1969. 18 killed.
				21494 ex WV-2 BuNo 143216 MSN 1049A-4490.  Scrapped at MASDC Apr 14, 1972
				21495 ex WV-2 BuNo 143217 MSN 1049A-4491.  With 554th RS, 553rd RW, crashed while attempting
					to land in heavy rain at Korat AB, Thailand Sep 6, 1969.  4 killed, 12 survived
				21496 ex WV-2 BuNo 143218 MSN 1049A-4492.  Scrapped at MASDC May 18, 1971
				21497 ex WV-2 BuNo 143219 MSN 1049A-4493.  Scrapped at MASDC May 18, 1971
				21498 ex WV-2 BuNo 143222 MSN 1049A-4496.  Scrapped at MASDC Apr 14, 1972
				21499 ex WV-2 BuNo 143223 MSN 1049A-4497.  Scrapped at MASDC Apr 14, 1972
				21500 ex WV-2 BuNo 143224 MSN 1049A-4498.  Scrapped at MASDC Oct 21, 1970.
67-21501/21700		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee drones
				21596, a BQM-34N Firebee has been transferred from the New England Air Museum to Evergreen Aviation and
					Space Museum, McMinville, OR by the USAF Museum in August 2010.  It is currently on display.
67-21701/22235		Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike missiles
67-22236/22239		cancelled contract for General Dynamics AGM-78 Standard
				missiles.
67-22240/22262		Cessna T-37B
				None of this batch went to Brazilian AF (note the missing MSNs)
				22240 (MSN 41039, 64th FTW, 35th FTS) crashed 23 mi SW of Reese AFB, TX Aug 21, 1980. Pilot killed.
				22241 (MSN 41041) crashed Vance AFB, OK Sept 6, 2000 due to stall and spin
					during landing approach.  Pilot killed.
				22242 (MSN 41044) to AMARC Mar 6, 2007.
				22243 (MSN 41046) noted Mar 2, 2004 on dump at Randolph AFB, TX.
				22244 (MSN 41047) to AMARC as TE0332.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To Colombian AF
					Oct 29, 2008 as FAC 2124.
				22245 (MSN 41050) to AMARC Jul 23, 2009 
				22246 (MSN 41052) to Columbian Air Force as FAC2136 in 2010.
				22247 (MSN 41053) to AMARC as TE0318 Jun 27, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				22248 (MSN 41054) to AMARC as TE0399 Sep 12, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				22249 (MSN 41056) to AMARC as TE0201 Apr 9, 2004. 
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  
				22250 (MSN 41058) to AMARC as TE0151 Mar 5, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				22251 (MSN 41059) to AMARC as TE0439 Apr 24, 2008
				22252 (MSN 41060) to AMARC as TE0365 Mar 20, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				22253 (MSN 41062) seen in 2005 on display at Fred E. Weisbrod Aviation Museum, Pueblo, Colorado.
				22254 (MSN 41063) to AMARC as TE0361 Mar 6, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				22255 (MSN 41064) to AMARC as TE0369 Mar 29, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				22256 (MSN 41066) to AMARC as TE0375 Apr 9, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				22257 (MSN 41067) 
				22258 (MSN 41069) to AMARC as TE0345 Oct 25, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 
				22259 (MSN 41071) to AMARC as TE0209 May 13, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				22260 (MSN 41072) 
				22261 (MSN 41073) to AMARC as TE0310 Apr 14, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				22262 (MSN 41075) to AMARC as TE0317 Jun 23, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
67-22263/22482		General Dynamics AGM-78 Standard missiles
67-22483/22491		Cessna A-37B
				MSN 43049/43057.  All sold to South Vietnam AF
67-22492/22516		Ryan MQM-34D Firebee drones
67-22517		Lockheed F-104G Starfighter
				MSN 683D-8230.  Built by Fokker as KG+330.  To Luftwaffe as
				EB+106, later 24+80. Operated by USAF
				at Luke AFB.  Later sold to Taiwan as RoCAF 4400
67-22518/22541		Cessna U-17B
				MAP for Philippines and South Vietnam.
				22518 MSN 185-01276
				22519 MSN 185-01277
				22520 MSN 185-01278
				22521 MSN 185-01279
				22522 MSN 185-01280
				22523 MSN 185-01282
				22524 MSN 185-01283
				22525 MSN 185-01294
				22526 MSN 185-01295
				22527 MSN 185-01296
				22528 MSN 185-01297
				22529 MSN 185-01298
				22530 MSN 185-01299
				22531 MSN 185-01300
				22532 MSN 185-01284
				22533 MSN 185-01285
				22534 MSN 185-01286
				22535 MSN 185-01287
				22536 MSN 185-01288
				22537 MSN 185-01289
				22538 MSN 185-01290
				22539 MSN 185-01291
				22540 MSN 185-01292
				22541 MSN 185-01293
67-22542/22547		Cessna T-37C
				Sold to Pakistan
67-22548/22555		Northrop F-5A-35-NO Freedom Fighter
				22548/22550 (MSN N.6406/N.6408) to Iran
					22550 transferred to Greek AF
				22551/22555 (MSN N.6413/N.6417) to Libya
					22551 noted at Mitiga AFB, Libya in 2006,
					22552 to Turkey in 1975
					22553 to Greece, but probably not delivered
					22554 to Turkey in 1975
67-22556/22557		Northrop F-5B-25-NO Freedom Fighter
				22556 (MSN N.8062) to Turkey in 1968
				22557 (MSN N.8063) to Iran
67-22558/22578		Martin LGM-25C Titan III missiles
67-22579/22581		North American (Cavalier) F-51D Mustang
				Remanufactured F-51D airframes for Bolivian AF under FMS Project Peace Condor
				22579 to Bolivian AF Oct 1967 as FAB 519.  Crashed at Aroma
					Sep 24, 1971.  Sold Nov 1978 to Canadian user as C-GXRG, then
					to N52BH, then N251RM.  Reported substantially damaged at Rexburg, ID
					Dec 21, 2006.  Registration N551BJ reserved Dec 4, 2008, taken up May 1, 2009
				22580 to Bolivian AF Oct 1967 as FAB 520.  Sold to Canadian
					user as C-CXUQ in 1977. It then became N151RK 
					in 1986, then N2580
				22581 to Bolivian AF May 1968 as FAB 523.  To Canadian user in 1977 as C-GMUS.
					Sold to American user in 1998 as N151MC.
67-22582		North American (Cavalier) TF-51D Mustang
				Remanufactured F-51D airframe for Bolivia	Oct 1967 under FMS Project Peace Condor as FAB 518 2-seater.
				W/o Jul 29, 1976.
67-22583/22586		Douglas C-9A Nightingale
				MSN 47241,47242,47295,47296.  DC-9-32CF developed for USAF as aeromedical version.  Military version of DC-9-30
				22583 (MSN 47241) delivered Sep 13, 1968.  Last assignment 30th AS, Yokata AB, Japan.  To AMARC as CN0001 Aug 12, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				22584 (MSN 47242/304) 	To 375th Aeromedical Airlift Wing (MAC), Scott AFB, IL Aug  10, 1968 
					To 374th Tactical Airlift Wing (MAC), Clark AB, Philippines Jun 1984
					To 375th Aeromedical Airlift Wing (MAC), Scott AFB, IL Jun 1989
					To 435th Airlift Wing, Rhein-Main AB, Germany Sep 1991
					To 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL Aug 1992
					to AMARC as CN0017 Oct 1, 2003.  Departed AMARC Dec 18, 2003, returned to service with 932nd AW,
					Air Force Reserve, Scott AFB, IL.  To diplay at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, Delaware Aug 2005
				22585 (MSN 47295/340) delivered Aug 21, 1968.  Last assignment 75th AS, Ramstein AFB, Germany.
					To AMARC as CN0015 Sep 22, 2003.  Left AMARC Jan 18, 2011, scrapped by New Phoenix Metals
				22586 (MSN 47296) w/o with 375th MAW, Military Airlift Command, in accident at Scott AFB, IL Sept 16, 1971.  (CA 7/1)
					Engine failed during a go-around, and crashed into an unoccupied farm house.	
67-22587/23106		Martin AGM-12E Bullpup missiles
67-23107/23116		Cancelled contract for General Dynamics FB-111A

67-30043/30046		Sikorsky TH-53A Sea Stallion
				30043 (MSN 65060) was formerly CH-53A BuNo 153291.  To AMARC as HC0021 Jul 15, 1987.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				30044 (MSN 65061) was formerly CH-53 BuNo 153292.  To AMARC as HC0022 Jul 30, 1987
				30046 (MSN 65120) was formerly CH-53 BuNo 153734.  Converted to TH-53A.  To AMARC as HC0028 Jul 27, 2001.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				
67-30052		Sikorsky TH-53A Sea Stallion
				MSN 65130 was formerly CH-53 BuNo 154867.  Trasnfered to Sheppard AFB as GCH-53A ground instructional airframe
67-30053		Boeing 707-338C 
				707-338C MSN 19294 ex Qantas VH-EBU then P2-ANH, N707MD, 9Q-CDA, 
					N707HW, OB-T-1264 with Transportes Aereos Internacionales S.A., 
					B-2426, G-EOCO.  Converted to E-8 JSTARS 93-0597
67-30054		Boeing 707-373C
				707-373C MSN 19442 ex World Airways N370WA, then OO-SBU, N760FW.
					Converted to E-8C JSTARS 94-0285 


Note: Douglas Aircraft Company and McDonnell Aircraft Corporation merged to form 
McDonnell Douglas Corporation on April 28, 1967.

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