1968 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised August 13, 2015


68-0001/0084	General Dynamics F-111E
			MSN A1-170/253 (E-11/E-94).  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0001 (A1-170) named "The Stump Jumper" with 20th TFW Feb 1988.  Crashed Feb 5, 1990 Wainfleet Range off Lincolnshire, 
				UK when wingtip hit water.  Both crew killed.
			0002 (MSN A1-171) named "The Imperial Wizard"   with 20th TFW Nov 1988.  To AMARC Dec 16, 1992.  Scrapped Jan 2012
				by HVF West LLC, Tucson, AZ.
			0003 crashed Dec 19, 1979 in Scotland.  Both crew killed.
			0004 to AMARC as FV0186 Oct 28, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0005 to AMARC as FV0184 Oct 21, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0006 to AMARC as FV0191 Nov 3, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0007 to AMARC as FV0188 Oct 28, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0008 crashed May 16, 1973 in western Scotland.
			0009 to AMARC as FV0093 May 11, 1992.  To go to Connecticut Air and Space Center.
				Seen Jun 2008 at Fort Worth Veteran's Memorial Air Park, Meacham IAP
				undergoing restoration.  To go to OV10 Museum.
			0010 to AMARC as FV0143 Nov 16, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0011 on display at RAF Lakenheath Museum, UK mounted on a pole.  Fake 
				serial number of 72-448 painted on the plane.
			0012 destroyed Oct 30, 1979
			0013 to AMARC as FV0140 Nov 12, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0014 to AMARC as FV0108 Jun 26, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0015 to AMARC as FV0159 Apr 2, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0016 to AMARC as FV0160 Apr 2, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0017 to AMARC as FV0152 Dec 16, 1992.
			0018 destroyed Jan 18, 1972 in Scotland.  Both crew killed.
			0019 crashed and destroyed Aug 9, 1984 on the bank on Loch Dye, Scotland, UK.  Escape
				module on display at Barksdale AFB Museum with 
				serial number 68-284 painted on it.
			0020 Named "The Chief" with 20th FW in May 1993 and as "My Lucky Blonde" at the
				Hill AFB Aerospace Museum in Sep 1997.  On display at Hill AFB, Utah.  
			0021 to AMARC as FV0169 Jul 6, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0022 to AMARC as FV0239 Dec 15, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
			0023 to AMARC as FV0179 Oct 13, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0024 crashed Jan 11, 1973 near North Crawley, Bucks.,UK shortly after
				takeoff from Upper Heyford due to inoperative rudder.
			0025 to AMARC as FV0178 Oct 13, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0026 to AMARC as FV0183 Oct 21, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0027 to Sheppard AFB as GF-111E ground trainer.  Seen 2008 at Commemorative
				Air Force headquaters, Midland, Texas.
			0028 painted in US Bicentennial markings.  To AMARC as
				FV0177 Sep 2, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0029 to AMARC as FV0197 Nov 18,1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0030 to AMARC as FV0190 Nov 3, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0031 to AMARC as FV0172 Aug 12, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0032 to AMARC as FV0203 Oct 11, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0033 to AMARC and put on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, 
				AZ.
			0034 to AMARC as FV0195 Nov 17, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0035 (MSN A1-204) named "Shamrock Kid" with 20th TFW Feb 1988.  To AMARC as FV0163 Apr 26, 1993.  
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0036 to AMARC as FV0153 Dec 16, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0037 to AMARC as FV0193 Nov 4, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0038 to AMARC as FV0170 Jul 6, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0039 to AMARC as FV0116 Aug 25, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. To Shaw AFB, South Carolina in 2012 for
				permanent display.
			0040 (27th FW/428th FS) crashed Cannon AFB Feb 16, 1995.  Engine failure due to fuel control
				problems during practice single-engined approach.  Crew ejected safely.
			0041 to AMARC as FV0202 Sept 22, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0042 destroyed Jul 24, 1979 off Yorkshire, UK.  Both crew membrs killed.
			0043 to AMARC as FV0181 Oct 13, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0044 to AMARC as FV0208 Oct 11, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0045 destroyed Dec 12, 1979 near Boston (Linc) UK
			0046 to AMARC as FV0171 Aug 12, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0047 (MSN 216) named "Magnific Ent Marsha" in Nov 990 with Sacramento Air Logistics Center trials fleet
				at McClellan AFB.  To AMARC as FV0236 Dec 13, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
			0048 to AMARC as FV0207 Oct 11, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0049 to AMARC as FV0180 Oct 13, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0050 to AMARC as FV0205 Oct 11, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0051 to AMARC as FV0173 Aug 12, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0052 (20th FW, 55th FS) crashed on landing Sept 17, 1992 at RAF Upper Heyford, UK.  Both crew killed.
			0053 to AMARC as FV0107 Jun 26, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0054 to AMARC as FV0241 Dec 19, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
			0055 In service with 20 Th FW named "Heartbreaker" and one of the last three to depart RAF Upper Heyford
				Dec 11, 1993.  In 2013 on display at Robins AFB, Georgia
			0056 to AMARC as FV0185 Oct 21, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0057 destroyed Apr 29, 1980 Brentwaters, UK.  Both crew
				killed.
			0058 on display at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, Florida.
			0059 to AMARC as FV0189 Oct 28, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0060 (20th TFW) suffered bird strike and crashed Nov 5, 1975 into The Wash, 9 km E of Boston (Linc), UK.    
				Crew ejected safely.  Crew escape pod survives as exhibit at Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum, Scotland
			0061 in service with 20th FW named "Last Roll of the Dice".  One of the last three to depart RAF Upper Heyford
				Dec 11, 1993.  To AMARC as FV0198 Dec 8, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0062 to AMARC as FV0176 Sep 2, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0063 to AMARC as FV0237 Dec 13, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
			0064 (MSN A1-233) On Apr 22, 1993, reached the 6000 hour milestone and rolled out with marking "6000 General
				Dynamiccs F-111E High Flyer".  To AMARC as FV0196 Nov 17, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0065 to AMARC as FV0187 Oct 28, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0066 destroyed Jul 20, 1990 at Incirlik, Turkey.  Crew sensed smoke in cockpit and
				switched off central air data system and yaw/pitch dampers, causing stall and
				loss of control.  Crew ejected safely.
			0067 to AMARC as FV0204 Oct 11, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0068 to AMARC as FV0212 Oct 16, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0069 to AMARC as FV0194 Nov 17, 1993.
			0070 (20th TFW) crashed during night low-level training Oct 31, 1977 2 mi NW of Llangadfan near Welshpool, UK.  Both crew
				killed.
			0071 to AMARC as FV0279 May 16, 1996 
			0072 to AMARC as FV0206 Oct 11, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0073 to AMARC as FV0211 Oct 16, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0074 to AMARC as FV0209 Oct 16, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0075 to AMARC as FV0235 Dec 13, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0076 to AMARC as FV0240 Dec 15, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
			0077 to AMARC as FV0210 Oct 16, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0078 to AMARC as FV0231 Dec 11, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				Now at McClellan AFB CA.
			0079 to AMARC as FV0278 May 9, 1996
			0080 to AMARC as FV0234 Dec 11, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0081 (20th TFW) crashed Mar 5, 1975 4.5 mi SSW of Shap Fell in Lakes District, UK.
				Crew ejected successfully after bird strike penetrated
				canopy and damaged one engine.
			0082 (20th TFW, 79th TFS) could not take off due to stall warning, aborted takeoff and overran
				runway at Upper Heyford, UK Mar 25, 1981.  Forward section of 65-5706 was used to rebuild this plane.
				To AMARC as FV0232 Dec 11, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0083 to AMARC as FV0233 Dec 11, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0084 to AMARC as FV0238 Dec 13, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventor Jan 15, 2008
68-0085/0180	General Dynamics F-111D
			MSN A6-01/96.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0085 to AMARC as FV0040 Nov 13, 1990
			0086 to AMARC as FV0090 May 6, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0087 to AMARC as FV0106 Jun 26, 1992.
			0088 to AMARC as FV0106 June 26, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0089 to AMARC as FV0038 Nov 7, 1990.
			0090 was first F-111D with full Mark
				II avionics.  To AMARC as FV0149 Nov 25, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0091 to AMARC as FV0110 Jul 10, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0092 to AMARC as FV0097 May 26, 1992 
			0093 crashed Oct 3 1977 near Cannon AFB NM during night
				practice bombing.  Both crew killed.
			0094 to AMARC as FV0118 Sep 2, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0095 to AMARC as FV0099 Jun 3, 1992
			0096 to AMARC as FV0128 Sep 23, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0097 to AMARC as FV0122 Sep 11, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0098 crashed June 8, 1988 Melrose Range near Cannon AFB.
				Both crew killed.
			0099 to AMARC FV0096 May 20, 1992
			0100 to AMARC as FV0126 Sep 18, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0101 to AMARC as FV0043 Feb 26, 1992
			0102 to AMARC as FV0092 May 8, 1992
			0103 to AMARC as FV0109 Jul 8, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0104 to AMARC as FV0154 Dec 18, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0105 crashed 30 March 1973 near Holbrook AZ after collision 
				with F-111D 68-0158.  Both crewmembers killed.
			0106 to AMARC as FV0123 Sep 11, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0107 to AMARC as FV0147 Nov 19, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0108 to AMARC as FV0125 Sep 18, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0109 crashed 16 February 1979 Cannon  AFB NM.  Both crewmembers
				escaped safely.
			0110 (27th TFW) crashed 27 January 1982 near Woolin, CA after takeoff from McClellan AFB CA.
				Both crew ejected safely.
			0111 to AMARC as FV0041 Aug 5, 1992
			0112 to AMARC as FV0114 Aug 5, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0113 crashed 3 December 1973 Melrose Range near Cannon AFB, 
				NM.  Both crewmembers killed.
			0114 to AMARC as FV0085 May 23, 1992
			0115 to AMARC as FV0111 July 15, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0116 to AMARC as FV0088 Apr 24, 1992
			0117 to AMARC as FV0042 Feb 11, 1991
			0118 to AMARC as FV0100 June 5, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0119 in mid-air collision wigh Cessna Tu-206A Stationair II 
				s/n N7393N Feb 6, 1980.  Capsule ejection at too low
				an altitude and two crewmembers killed on impact.
				Two people aboard Cessna also killed.
			0120 to AMARC as FV0080 Sep 10, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0121 to AMARC as FV0135 Nov 4, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0122 to AMARC as FV0138 Nov 10, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0123 to AMARC as FV0148 Nov 20, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0124 to AMARC as FV0046 Apr 25, 1991
			0125 crashed 11 September 1987 near Cannon AFB.  Crew ejected safely.  The escape
				capsule is on display at the Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS.
			0126 to AMARC as FV0045 Apr 8, 1991
			0127 (MSN A6-43) named "City of Clovis" with 27th TFW Aug 1988. damaged in major fire.  Repaired with aft end of
				70-2407.  To AMARC as FV0150 Nov 25, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0128 to AMARC as FV0063 Jul 1, 1991
			0129 to AMARC as FV0044 Mar 26, 1991.
			0130 crashed Oct 21, 1988 near Cannon AFB, NM.  Crew 
				ejected safely.
			0131 (27th FW, 522nd FS) crashed Aug 23, 1990, Holloman AFB.
			0132 crashed Mar 17, 1988, Cannon AFB.  Crew ejected safely.
			0133 written off after engine fire, Cannon AFB.  Used as
				ground trainer.
			0134 to AMARC as FV0082 Dec 16, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0135 to AMARC as FV0086 Apr 20, 1992.
			0136 aft fuselage, center body, and engine nacelle rebuild as
				a result of engine fire.  To AMARC as FV0087 Apr 20, 1992
			0137 to AMARC as FV0142 Nov 13, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0138 suffered major fire Sep 20, 1979.  Aft
				section to AMARC May 9, 1991.
			0139 crashed Jul 14, 1989 Cannon AFB during emergency 
				landing after engine failure.  Crew killed.
			0140 written off due to birdstrike and fire.  Now on a pylon at Clovis, New Mexico.
			0141 to AMARC as FV0136 Nov 5, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0142 to AMARC as FV0139 Nov 10, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0143 to AMARC as FV0131 Sep 25, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0144 to AMARC as FV0089 Apr 24, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0145 to AMARC as FV0120 Sep 9, 1992.   Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0146 crashed Sep 2, 1977, Des Moines, NM.
			0147 to AMARC July 1, 1991.
			0148 to AMARC as FV0117 Aug 28, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0149 to AMARC as FV0144 Nov 17, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0150 to AMARC as FV0145 Nov 17, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0151 to AMARC as FV0119 Sep 4, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0152 to AMARC as FV0094 May 13, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0153 to AMARC as FV0137 Nov 6, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0154 to AMARC as FV0095 May 13, 1992.
			0155 to AMARC as FV0103 Jun 17, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0156 to AMARC as FV0121 Sep 9, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0157 to AMARC as FV0101 Jun 10, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0158 collided with F-111D 68-0105 Mar 1973, Holbrook, AZ.  Both
				crewmembers killed.
			0159 to AMARC as FV0124 Sep 16, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0160 crashed Sep 14, 1982, Wagon Mound.  Both crew killed.
			0161 to AMARC as FV0115 Aug 7, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0162 to AMARC as FV0074 Jul 26, 1991.
			0163 to AMARC as FV0133 Oct 2, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0164 crashed Sep 17, 1984, Carrizozo, NM during night 
				training mission.  Both crew killed.
			0165 to AMARC as FV0146 Nov 19, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0166 to AMARC as FV0102 Jun 12, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0167 crashed Oct 10, 1976, Artesia, NM
			0168 (27th FW, 524th TFS) suffered severe engine and cockpit damage due to
				birdstrike Sept 15, 1989 but recovered safely to Cannon AFB.  Relegated to
				GF-111D ground instructional airframe Mar 26, 1990.  Noted in nearby
				scrapyard in 1997 minus its crew capsule, which had gone to a local private collector.
			0169 to AMARC as FV0104 Jun 19, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0170 to AMARC as FV0091 May 6, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0171 to AMARC as FV0081 Sep 16, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0172 to AMARC as FV0129 Sep 23, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0173 crashed Nov 18, 1978, Kingman, AZ.  Crew ejected
				safely.
			0174 to AMARC as FV0083 Jan 13, 1992.
			0175 to AMARC as FV0155 Dec 28, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0176 to AMARC as FV0141 Nov 13, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0177 to AMARC as FV0134 Nov 3, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0178 to AMARC as FV0105 Jun 24, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0179 to AMARC as FV0132 Sep 25, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0180 to AMARC as FV0113 Jul 17, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
68-0181/0210	Cancelled contract for General Dynamics F-111K for RAF
			Were to be RAF XV908/XV937 
68-0211/0228	Lockheed C-5A Galaxy
			MSN 500-0014/0031.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0211 (MSN 500-0014) removed from use and stored at Westover ARB.  To AMARC Sep 25, 2012
			0212 (MSN 500-0015) named "Yankee Midnight Clipper".  To AMARC Dec 3, 2024.
			0213 (MSN 500-0016) rebuilt as C-5C satellite and large cargo carrier.  Underwent AMP
				modifications
			0214 (MSN 500-0017) was first A-model to enter production Avionics
				Modernization Program (AMP).  AMP modification completed. To AMARC May 28, 2014
			0215 (MSN 500-0018) delivered to 445th May 10, 2005.  To AMARC Sep 22, 2012
			0216 (MSN 500-0019) belly landed at Travis AFB, CA, in 1984.  Rebuilt as C-5C
				satellite and large cargo carrier.  Underwent AMP modification
				at Travis AFB.  Modifications completed in 2007.
			0217 (MSN 500-0020) serving with 167th AW, Martinsburg ANGB, WV.  Not at 
				Air Mobility Museum.  To AMARC Sep 29, 2011.
			0218 (MSN 500-0021) w/o April 4, 1975 near Saigon, South Vietnam. 149 of 343 onboard killed.
				The aircraft was flying Vietnamese orphans out of Saigon as 
				North Vietnamese forces approached.  At 23,000 feet the aft cargo
				door was torn off, and three of the four hydraulic lines were
				severed.  Pilot headed back to Tan Son Nhut AB, but the plane
				crashed in a rice paddy within two miles of the base. 
			0219 (MSN 500-0022) found to have box beam crack, to Lockheed for repair.  Seen Jul 2007
				on static display at Selfridge ANGB airshow.  Crack repairs completed.  To AMARC Mar 26, 2014
			0220 (MSN 500-0023) to AMARC Feb 27, 2013.
			0221 (MSN 500-0024) has box beam cracks and is flight restricted.
			0222 (MSN 500-0025) named "The Patriot" with 439th MAW in Jul 1989.  To AMARC Mar 6, 2014
			0223 (MSN 500-0026) to AMARC Feb 12, 2014
			0224 (MSN 500-0027) has box beam cracks and is flight restricted.  Box beam repaired.
				Has Old Glory nose art.  To AMARC May 8, 2014
			0225 to AMARC Nov 8, 2011
			0226 (MSN 500-0029) grounded for box beam crack, repaired by Jul 2006. To AMARC Apr 9, 2014
			0227 (MSN 500-0030) w/o Sept 27, 1974 in ground fire at Clinton AP, OK
			0228 (MSN 500-0031, 60th MAW) crashed after takeoff Aug 29, 1990 at Ramstein AB, Germany.
				13 of 17 aboard killed.
68-0229/0238	Cancelled contract for General Dynamics F-111K for RAF
			Were to be RAF XV938/XV947 
68-0239/0292	General Dynamics FB-111A
			MSN B1-11/64.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0239, 0241,0244,0247,0252,0254,0255,0257,0259,0260,
				0264,0265,0270/0274,0276/0278,0281,0282,0289,
				0291 converted to F-111G.
			0259,0264,0265,0270,0271,0272,0274,0277, 0278,0281,
				0282,0291 sold to Australia as A8-259,A8-264,
				A8-265,A8-270,A8-271,A8-272,A8-274,A8-277,
				A8-278,A8-281
			0239 converted to F-111G.  Now on display at K. I. Sawyer Heritage Air Museum, Marquette, Michigan.  
				K. I. Sawyer AFB was closed in 1995.
			0240 to AMARC as BF0012 July 3, 1991.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0241 converted to F-111G.  To AMARC as FV0167 Jun 8, 1993.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0242 crashed June 8, 1983 in Arizona during Red Flag
				exercise.  Crew ejected successfully after engine fire.
			0243 crashed Feb 2, 1989 near St. Johnsburg, Vermont after
				external fuel tank on pivot station #3 swung 
				sideways in flight, causing loss of control.  Crew
				ejected successfully.  The tank was installed improperly.
			0244 converted to F-111G.  To AMARC as FV0078 Jul 31, 1991. 
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0245 "Ready Teddy" on display at March Field Museum, California.
			0246 to AMARC as BF0008 Jul 1, 1991.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0247 converted to F-111G.  To AMARC as FV0199 Dec 29, 1993.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0248 (MSN B1-20) named "Free For All" with 380th BW in Apr 1991.
				Currently on display at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.
			0249 to AMARC as BF0018 July 10, 1991.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0250 (MSN B1-22) named "Silver Lady" with 380th BW May 1989.  To AMARC as BF0013 July 3, 1991.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0251 to AMARC as BF0006 July 1, 1991.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0252 converted to F-111G. To AMARC as FV0079 Aug 6, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0253 crashed Oct 7, 1970 at Carswell AFB 
			0254 converted to F-111G.  To AMARC as FV0165 Apr 29, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0255 (MSN B1-27) named "Sleepy Time Gal" with 380th BW in May 1989.  Converted to F-111G.  To AMARC as FV0127 Sep 23, 1992.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Reported scrapped Jul 25, 2012 at HVF West, Tucson, Arizona.
			0256 to AMARC as BF0017 July 9, 1991.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0257 converted to F-111G.  To AMARC as FV0164 Apr 29, 1993.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0258 to AMARC as BF0014 July 3, 1991.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0259 converted to F-111G.  To RAAF as A8-259 with 82 Wing RAAF Amberley.
			0260 converted to F-111G.  To AMARC as FV0161 Apr 8, 1993.
			0261 w/o 9/8/79 at Nellis Range.  Both crew killed.
			0262 to AMARC as BF0016 July 9, 1991.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0263 w/o 1/30/81, Portsmouth, NH.
			0264 converted to F-111G.  To RAAF as A8-264 in Feb 1994 with 82 Wing 
				RAAF Amberley
			0265 (MSN B1-37) named "Net Results" with 380th BW in May 1987.  Converted to F-111G.  To RAAF as A8-265 in 
				Sep 1993 with 82 Wing RAAF Amberley
			0266 w/o Feb 14, 1977 western Virginia due to impact with ground during low-level mission.  Both crew killed.
			0267 on display at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, Nebraska
			0268 w/o 10/6/80 off the coast of Maine.  Both crew killed..
			0269 (MSN BI-41) named "Cruisin Susan"  with 380th BW in Nov 1990.
				To AMARC as BF0015 July 9, 1991.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0270 converted to F-111G.  To RAAF as A8-270 with 82 Wing RAAF Amberley
			0271 converted to F-111G.  To RAAF as A8-271 with 82 Wing RAAF Amberley
			0272 converted to F-111G.  To RAAF as A8-272 with 82 Wing RAAF Amberley.
				Delivered by road to RAAF Museum, Point Cook May 1, 2009
			0273 named "Milk Wagon"  with 509th BW in May 1989.  Converted to F-111G.  To AMARC as FV0053.
			0274 (MSN B1-46)converted to F-111G.  "Named Missouri Miss" with 380th BW in Nov 1990.
				To RAAF as A8-274 with 82 Wing RAAF Amberley
			0275 on display at city of San Antonio, Texas.   Kelly AFB was closed in 2001.
			0276 converted to F-111G.  To AMARC as FV0052 May 22, 1991.
			0277 converted to F-111G.  To RAAF as A8-277 Mar 1994 with 82 Wing RAAF
				Amberley
			0278 converted to F-111G.  To RAAF as A8-278 May 1994 with 82 Wing RAAF
				Amberley
			0279 crashed Jul 30, 1980 near logging camp in Canada.  Crew
				survived ejection.
			0280 collided with 69-6505 Feb 3, 1975.  Both aircraft w/o.   
			0281 converted to F-111G.  To RAAF as A8-281 Dec 1993 with 82 Wing, RAAF Amberley
			0282 (MSN B1-54) named "Fream Gal" with 380th BW Apr 1989.  Fonverted to F-111G.  
				To RAAF as A8-282 Mar 1994 with 82 Wing RAAF Amberley
			0283 w/o 1/8/72.  Both crew killed.  The Strategic Air and Space Museum has an FB-111A escape capsule, supposedly
				belonging to 68-0283.
			0284 (MSN B1-56) named "Next Objective" with 509th BW May 1989.  On display at Barksdale AFB, Louisiana
			0285 went down Oct 1977 in Maine due to engine fire and explosion of aft
				fuel tank.  Crew deployed escape module successfully.
			0286 (MSN BI-58) named "The Outlaw" with 380th BW in Jun 1989.  Was mounted on pedestal at Plattsburgh AFB, New York.
				Plattsburg AFB closed in 1995.  Now on display at City of Plattsburgh, New York.
			0287 on display at Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum, Denver, CO.
			0288 to AMARC as BF0011 July 3, 1991.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.
			0289 converted to F-111G.  To AMARC May 9, 1991.
			0290 crashed Dec 23, 1975 in the area of Maine
			0291 converted to F-111G.  To RAAF as A8-291 Oct 1993 with 82 Wing RAAF
				Amberley.  Crashed April 19, 1999 on small island
				off east coast of Malay Peninsula in South China
				Sea, killing both crew.
			0292 to AMARC as BF0005 June 6, 1991
68-0293/0302	Douglas SLV-2G Thor missiles
			0293 (vehicle number 528) used as first stage of Thor Delta DSV-3L #58 to launch
				TOS E (ESSA 71) from Vandenberg AFB Aug 16, 1968.  Success
			0294 (vehicle number 529) used as first stage of Thor Delta DSV-3L #59 to launch
				INTELSAT 3A Sep 18, 1968.  Failed.
			0295 (vehicle number 530) used as first stage of Thor Delta DSV-3L #66 to launch
				INTELSAT 3B Feb 5, 1969
			0296 (vehicle number 532) used as first stage of Thor Delta DSV-3L #62 to launch
				TOS F ESSA-81 Dec 15, 1968.  Success
			0297 (vehicle number 533) used as first stage of Thor Delta DSV-3L #68 to launch
				INTELSAT 3D May 21, 1969.  Success
			0298 (vehicle number 536) used as first stage of Thor Delta DSV-3L #63 to launch 
				INTELSAT 3C Dec 18, 1968.  Success
			0299 (vehicle number 539) used as first stage of Thor Delta DSV-3L #70 to launch
				BIOS 3 Jun 28, 1969.
			0300 (vehicle number 531) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA
				from Vandenberg AFB Sep 22, 1969.  Success
			0301 (vehicle number 534) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch SERT 2
				from Vandenberg AFB Feb 4, 1970.
			0302 (vehicle number 535) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch classified USAF
				payload from Vandenberg AFB Aug 25, 1970.
68-0303/0365	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-37-MC Phantom
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0303 (MSN 3316) to AMARC as FP660 4/17/1991.  To QF-4E drone at
				Holloman AFB as AF120 7/24/1997.  Expended in missile test Nov 21, 2002.
			0304 (MSN 3318) seen in 2006 awaiting restoration at Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah.  Still waiting restoration in 2011
			0305 (MSN 3320) to AMARC as FP950 Jan 6, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				I also have this one as going to Turkish AF in 1991-92.  
			0306 (MSN 3322) with 366th TFW shot down Apr 28,1972 by optically-guided SA-2 and crashed in
				mouth of Cai Viet River near Dong Ha.  Crew ejected safely and
				was rescued by helicopter.
			0307 (MSN 3324) to Turkish AF in Feb 1982. W/o Oct 20, 1983
			0308 (MSN 3326) to AMARC as FP621 Mar 19, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0309 (MSN 3328) to South Korea AF Nov 1990 as 80-309
			0310 (MSN 3330) leased to Imperial Iranian AF Jan 1973.  To South Korean AF Dec 1989 as 80-310.  Preserved at Seongmu AFA
				Museum, South Korea
			0311 (MSN 3332) 110th TFS, Missouri ANG) crashed at Lambert-Saint Louis Apt, Missouri April 8, 1990.
			0312 (MSN 3333) to South Korea AF Nov 1990 as 80-312.
			0313 (MSN 3335) to Turkey in Oct 1987.  On display at Konya AB, Turkey in Jun 2011.
			0314 (MSN 3337) with 308th TFS, 432nd TRW shot down by SA-2 near Gia Lam/Hanoi, North Vietnam Jun 27, 1972.  One crewman killed.
			0315 (MSN 3339) with 421st TFS, 366th TFW shot down by MiG-21/Atoll near Thai Nguyen, North Vietnam Jun 24, 1972.
			0316 (MSN 3341) with 421st TFS, 366th TFW crashed in A Shau Valley, South Vietnam Sep 30, 1971.
			0317 (MSN 3343) to AMARC as FP501 5/14/1990.  To QF-4E drone AF129 at
				Tyndall AFB 4/29/1997.  Expended in missile test Apr 18, 2002.
			0318 (MSN 3345) to Hellenic AF in Aug 1991.  Currently preserved at Araxoas AB.
			0319 (MSN 3347) to Turkish AF in Nov 1987
			0320 (MSN 3349) to AMARC as FP539 Nov 7, 1990.  To QF-4E drone AF123 at
				Holloman AFB Apr 18, 1997.   (53rd Wing/82nd ATS) Intentionally destroyed over White Sands
				Missile Range, New Mexico May 22, 2003 after ground station lost control capability.
			0321 (MSN 3351) to AMARC as FP0962 May 19, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0322 (MSN 3353) to South Korea AF Feb 1990 as 80-322
			0323 (MSN 3354) to South Korea AF Jan 1989 as 80-323
			0324 (MSN 3356) to AMARC as FP540 Jul 11, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  
				Converted to QF-4E drone AF316 with 82nd ATRS
			0325 (MSN 3358) to South Korea AF Nov 1989 as 80-325
			0326 (MSN 3360) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Aug 1, 1990.  To South Korea AF Sep 17. 1991 as 80-326
			0327 (MSN 3362) with 51st TFW lost in accident Jan 21, 1982 in Korea while based at Osan AB.
				Both crew ejected safely.
			0328 (MSN 3364, 37th TFW) w/o Feb 15, 1986
			0329 (MSN 3366) to South Korea AF as 80-329 in Sep 1989
			0330 (MSN 3368) to South Korea AF as 80-330 in Sep 1989
			0331 (MSN 3370) to Israel Defense Force Air Force in Oct 1973, Nickel Grass.  Serial was 332.  WFU at Hatzerim AB in 1998
			0332 (MSN 3372) with 4531st TFW w/o Jan 14, 1970.
			0333 to Israel in Oct 1973, Nickel Grass.  Serial was 322 and 283.  WFU at Hatzerim AB in 1998
			0334 (MSN 3376) w/o when caught fire during ground maintenance at Moody AFB, Georgia Feb 19, 1980
			0335 (421st TFS, 366th TFW) shot down near Ban Na Phianglovang/Lat Sen, Laos Sep 2, 1972.  Both crew killed.
			0336 (MSN 3379) to South Korea AF as 80-336 in Sep 1989
			0337 (MSN 3381) to AMARC as FP1058 Oct 22, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0338 (MSN 3383) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnaf May 31, 1972.  Credited with shooting
				down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Sep 16, 1972.  Noted September 2003 displayed at Jefferson 
				Barracks, St Louis, Missouri.  Jun 2006 preserved with Missouri ANG, St Louis IAP, Missouri.  Moved to
				Whiteman AFB Apr 2015 for display there.
			0339 (MSN 3385) to South Korean AF as 80-339 in Sep 1989
			0340 (MSN 3387) to AMARC as FP578 10/30/1990.  To QF-4E drone AF124 at
				Tyndall AFB as AF124 5/6/1997.   Expended in missile test Dec 7, 2001.
			0341 (MSN 3389) to South Korean AF as 80-341 in Nov 1989
			0342 (MSN 3391) to Turkish AF as 7-342 in Mar 1991
			0343 (MSN 3393) to AMARC as FP511 5/23/1990.  To QF-4E drone AF125 at Holloman AFB 8/28/1997.  
				Expended in missile test Mar 28, 2002.
			0344 (MSN 3395) to South Korean AF as 80-344 in Feb 1990
			0345 (MSN 3397) to AMARC as FP745 Sep 3, 1991.  To QF-4E drone AF101 at Holloman AFB.  Expended in missile test over 
				Gulf of Mexico Jul 29, 1998.
			0346 (MSN 3399) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Aug 1, 1990. To Turkey Oct 9, 1991
			0347 (MSN 3400) to Turkish AF in May 1991.  Starboard main undercarriage collapsed during
				takeoff Grazzanise air base, Italy Jun 28, 1993.  Crew unhurt
				but aircraft w/o.
			0348 (MSN 3402) to Turkish AF in Aug 1991 as 1-348
			0349 (MSN 3404) to South Korean AF as 80-349 in Sep 1989.
			0350 (MSN 3406) to Turkish AF in Oct 1987
			0351 (MSN 3408) to Turkish AF in May 1991 as 1-351, later 7-351
			0352 (MSN 3410, 94th TFS, 1st TFW) w/o Aug 15, 1972.
			0353 (MSN 3412) to South Korea AF as 80-353 in Sep 1989
			0354 (MSN 3414) to AMARC as FP449 Feb 22, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Converted 
				to QF-4E drone AF315 with 82nd ATRS
			0355 (MSN 3416) to South Korea AF as 80-355 in Nov 1989.  Preserved at KAI
				Aerospace Museum, Sacheon, South Korea
			0356 (MSN 3418) with 479th TFW crashed into Providence Mountain, California Feb 9, 1970. Both crew killed.
			0357 (MSN 3419)to 108th TFW, New Jersey Ang Jun 1, 1987.   To AMARC as FP768 Oct 2, 1991.  Still on AMARC 
				inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0358 (MSN 3421) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Jul 6, 1990.  To South Korea AF as 80-358 Oct 6, 1991.
			0359 (MSN 3423) with 31st TFW w/o May 8, 1972 when crashed in Florida after collision with F-4 67-0363
			0360 (MSN 3425) with 3rd TFW w/o Aug 1, 1986 at Clark AB, Philippines.  Wing pins were
				not fixed and when plane started takeoff, the wing folded which
				caused the aircraft to roll.  Crew ejected.  One survived, but the
				other ejected too late and was jettisoned into the runway.
			0361 (MSN 3427) to Greece in Oct 1991 as 68361.  WFU at Skyros AB in 2009
			0362 (MSN 3429) with F-4 Fighter Weapons School, 57th FWW crashed due to structural failure May 6, 1983 on Nellis Range.  
				The aircraft flew through the jet blast of another F-4E (68-0376) and the right wing fell off outboard of the 
				wing fold hinge.  The aircrew ejected safely before the aircraft impacted the ground and was destroyed.
			0363 (MSN 3431) to Greece in Oct 1991.  Put in storage at Larissa AB in 2009.
			0364 (MSN 3433) 307th TFS, 31st TFW crashed Mar 1, 1977 Avon Park Range, Florida.
				2 crew ejected.
			0365 (MSN 3435) named "The Fiend" with 36th TFS at Osan AB, South Korea in 1988.  To South Korean AF as 80-365 in 1989
68-0366/0395	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-38-MC Phantom
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0366 (MSN 3436) converted to GF-4E ground trainer at Sheppard AFB, Texas.  Preserved at American Airpower Heritage Museum
				(Commemorative Air Force), Midland, Texas
			0367 (MSN 3438) with 196th TFS, California ANG crashed Jul 27, 1989 on Nellis Range, Nevada.
			0368 (MSN 3440) with 3rd TFW w/o Feb 23, 1981 when crashed on bombing range in Philippines
			0369 (MSN 3441) with 369th TFS, 347th TFW w/o when crashed Dec 10, 1982, where?
			0370 to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Nov 1, 1985.  To South Korea Nov 3, 1991.
			0371 (MSN 3446) to AMARC as FP505 May 17, 1990.  To QF-4E drone AF311.  Crashed 70 mi E of Holloman AFB, New Mexico
				Jul 6, 2011 due to stab actuator failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
			0372 (MSN 3448) to AMARC as FP957 Apr 28, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0373 (MSN 3449) with 347th TFW crashed in Oconee Swamp near Uvalda/Savannah, Georgia due to birdstrike Oct 20, 1986.  One
				crewman killed.
			0374 (MSN 3450) to Turkish AF in May 1991.
			0375 (MSN 3453) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Oct 1, 1985.  To AMARC as FP556 Aug 9, 1990.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF332, 
				reported Aug 2008 with 82nd ATRS.  Seen at Holloman AFB Aug 16 2011.
			0376 (MSN 3455) to South Korean AF in Nov 1990
			0377 (MSN 3456) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Nov 1, 1985.  To South Korean AF Oct 6, 1991, or to Greek AF?.
			0378 (MSN 3459) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Feb 1, 1986.  To South Korean AF Sep 17, 1990
			0379 (MSN 3460) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Jul 1, 1985.  To AMARC as FP559 Sep 17, 1990.  Converted to 
				QF-4E drone AF331.  Reported Aug 2008 with 82nd ATRS
			0380 (MSN 3461) to Israel Defense Force Air Force in Oct 1973, Nickel Grass.  Serial was 323.  Preserved at Hatzerim AB
			0381 (MSN 3463) to Greece in Nov 1991 as 68381.  Put in storage at Larissa AB in 2009.
			0382 (MSN 3465) on display at March Field Museum, California. Still there Dec 5, 2012.
			0383 (MSN 3467) to Turkey in Aug 1991
			0384 (MSN 3468) to South Korean AF as 80-384 in Nov 1990.
			0385 (MSN 3471) to AMARC as FP697 6/12/1991.  To QF-4E drone AF128 at
				Holloman AFB as AF128 6/23/1997.  Failed to respond
				to control inputs during mission over White Sands
				Missile Range, New Mexico Sep 8, 2004 so was deliberately
				destroyed by ground controller.
			0386 (MSN 3472) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Nov 1, 1985.  To South Korea Sep 17, 1990
			0387 (MSN 3473) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Jul 6, 1990.  To South Korea Sep 16, 1991
			0388 (MSN 3475) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Nov 1, 1985.  To AMARC as FP557 Aug 23, 1990.  To QF-04E AF330 with
				82nd ATRS.
			0389 (MSN 3478) to AMARC as FP656 4/10/1991.  To QF-4E drone at
				Tyndall AFB as AF130 9/12/1997.  Expended in missile test Apr 29, 1999.
			0390 (MSN 3479) to 141st TFS, 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Mar 1, 1990.  To South Korea Jul 27, 1991
			0391 (MSN 3482) to AMARC as FP643 4/3/1991.  To QF-4E drone AF122 at
				Holloman AFB 12/13/1997.  Expended in missile test May 22, 2003.
			0392 (MSN 3483) in Jun 1969 to 479th TFW, George AFB, CA, Jan 1970 to 401st TFW,
				Torrejon AB, Spain, Feb 1973 to 36th TFW, Bitburg AB, Germany,
				Nov 1976 to 50th TFW, Hahn AB, Germany, Jul 1980 to 16th TFW,
				Ramstein AB, Germany, Jul 1, 1985 to 108th TFW, NJ ANG.
				Dropped from inventory Sep 1990 by transfer to another agency.  To South Korean AF Oct 4, 1990 as 80-392.
				Now on display at Republic of Korea Air Force Museum at Seongmu.
			0393 (MSN 3484) to Greece in Oct 1991.  W/o Aug 8, 1994. Currently preserved at Limnos AB.
			0394 (MSN 3487) to Greece in Oct 1991.  With 338 Mira (117 Wing) crashed on takeoff from Andravida AB Aug 8, 1994
			0395 (MSN 3488) with 347th TFW crashed in desert S of Cairo, Egypt Aug 17, 1980.  Both crewmen killed.
68-0396/0399	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-38-MC Phantom  
			New builds for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo I
			0396 (MSN 3492) to Israel Defense Force AF Sep 3, 1969 as 01, 661, and 161 (or as 01, 101, and 601).  
			0397 (MSN 3493) to Israel Defense Force AF Sep 3, 1969 as 04, 104, 601, and 604.  Crashed near Ajaloun, Jordan Nov 17, 1969.
			0398 (MSN 3494) to Israel Defense Force AF Sep 3, 1969 as 08, 108, 608, and 156.  WFU in 1997 and preserved at Hatzerim AB.
			0399 (MSN 3497) to Israel Defense Force AF Sep 3, 1969 as 610, 10, 110, and 117 (maybe).  
68-0400/0409	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-38-MC Phantom
			0400 (MSN 3498) to Turkish AF in Nov 1991.  Retains USAF serial in Turkish service
			0401 (/n 3499) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Oct 1, 1985.  To South Korean AF Oct 6, 1991
			0402 (MSN 3502) to Hellenic AF in Oct 1991.  WFU at Andravida AB Nov 2009
			0403 (MSN 3503) to Turkey in Jul 1991.  Retains US serial in Turkish service.
			0404 (MSN 3504) to South Korean AF Jan 1990.
			0405 (MSN 3508) to Hellenic AF in Aug 1991.  QFU at Skyros AB Oct 2009
			0406 (MSN 3509) to South Korean AF Nov 1990
			0407 (MSN 3512) served with 51st TFW and transferred in Sep 1989 to Republic of Korea AF as 80-407.  
			0408 (MSN 3513) to Hellenic AF in Nov 1991.  Noted stored at Agrinion AB Sep 2005
			0409 (MSN 3515) to Turkish AF in 1991-92.  Crashed at Erha, Turkey Mar 3, 1992. Crew unhurt.
68-0410/0413	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-39-MC Phantom
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0410 (MSN 3516) to AMARC as FP696 Jun 12, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0411 (MSN 3518) with 49th TFW crashed Oct 24, 1995 near Roswell, New Mexico.
			0412 (MSN 3519) to Hellenic AF in Aug 1991.  Noted preserved at Nea Anchialos Air Base in Nov 2012.
			0413 (MSN 3521) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG May 1, 1986.  To South Korea Jul 27, 1991 as 80-413.
68-0414/0417	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-39-MC Phantom  
			New builds for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo I
			0414 (MSN 3523) to Israel Defense Force AF Aug 1969 as 615.  Shot down by SAM over Syria Oct 7, 1973.
			0415 (MSN 3524) to Israel Defense Force AF Oct 1969 as 18, 618, and 166.  Crashed near Elmaza/Damascus, Syria Oct 13, 1973.
			0416 (MSN 3528) to Israel Defense Force AF Oct 1969 as 20, 120, 220 and 620.  Shot down by SAM near Ismailya, Egypt 
				Oct 17, 1973.  Both crewmen killed.
			0417 (MSN 3529) to Israel Defense Force AF Oct 1969 as 122, 222, 622, and 601 (maybe).  WFU at Hatzerim AB in 1997.
68-0418/0433	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-39-MC Phantom
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0418 (MSN 3530) to AMARC as FP1055 Oct 3, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0419 (MSN 3533) with 21st CW crashed into cook Inlet, Alaska Dec 16, 1971
			0420 (MSN 3534) to South Korean AF in 1990
			0421 (MSN 3536) served with 51st TFW and transferred in 1989 to Republic of Korea AF as 80-421.  Noted on
				display at Ghacheon National Science Museum, Seoul in Oct 2011.
			0422 (MSN 3539) 32nd TFS) crashed at sea Nov 14, 1969 near Aviano, Italy.  Both crew ejected safely.
			0423 (MSN 3540) to AMARC as FP510 May 23, 1990.  To QF-4E drone AF305 with 82nd ATRS
			0424 (MSN 3541) to Hellenic AF in Aug 1991.  Currently preserved at Souda AB.
			0425 (MSN 3543) with 21st CW crashed in Alaska Jan 7, 1974
			0426 (MSN 3546) to Hellenic AF in Nov 1991.  Put into storage at Larissa AB Nov 2009.
			0427 (MSN 3547) to Turkish AF in Mar 1991
			0428 (MSN 3550) SOC Jan 1986
			0429 (MSN 3551) with 113th TFS, Indiana ANG crashed near Reno, Nevada Sep 19, 1990.  Both crew killed.
			0430 (MSN 3552) with 51st TFW reported as crashing into sea off Osan AB, South Korea shortly after takeoff Oct 25, 1984.  
				Both crew ejected safely.  Report that the plane went to Israel must be incorrect.
			0431 (MSN 3556) to Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo I.  Also reported as being tranferred to South 
				Korean AF Nov 1990
			0432 (MSN 3558) to Hellenic AF in Aug 1991.  Crashed into Aegean Sea off Andros Aug 20, 1998
			0433 (MSN 3560) with 32nd TFS crashed near Maurik, Netherlands Jun 21, 1971. Both crew killed.
68-0434/0437	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-39-MC Phantom  
			New builds for Israel Defense Force Air Force
			0434 (MSN 3561) to Israel Defense Force AF Oct 1969 as 126.  WFU at Hatzerim AB
			0435 (MSN 3563) to Israel Defense Force AF Nov 1969 as 129 and 305 crashed after collision with F-4E 310
			0436 (MSN 3567) to Israel Defense Force AF Nov 1969.  Written off
			0437 (MSN 3568) to Israel Defense Force AF Nov 1969 as 35, 235, and 635.  Shot down by SAM near Kantra/Port Said, 
				Egypt Oct 18, 1973.
68-0438/0451	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-39-MC Phantom
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0438 (MSN 3569) to Hellenic AF in Oct 1991.  Flew into Mt Dirfys, Greece Jun 27, 2002 while flying in cloud.  
				Both crew killed. 
			0439 (MSN 3572) transferred to South Korean AF in Sep 1989
			0440 (MSN 3573) to Hellenic AF in Aug 1991.  WFU at Andravida AB in Mar 2007
			0441 (MSN 3577) served with 51st TFW and transferred in Sep 1989 to Republic of Korea as 80-441.  Noted as decoy
				at Cheongju AB in Oct 2013. 
			0442 (MSN 3578) to Hellenic AF in Nov 1991.  WFU at Andrafida AB in Mar 2007
			0443 (MSN 3580) to AMARC as FP1051 Jan 21, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0444 (MSN 3581) to Hellenic AF in Oct 1991.  Put into storage at Larissa AB Nov 2009
 			0445 (MSN 3585) to Hellenic AF in Nov 1991.  WFU at Andravida AB Mar 2007.
			0446 (MSN 3586) to Turkish AF in May 1991
			0447 (MSN 3587) to AMARC as FP648 Apr 5, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0448 (MSN 3590) to Turkish AF in 1987.  Also listed as crashing with 110th TFS, Missouri ANG at Fort 
				Leonard Wood, Missouri Mar 12, 1987.
			0449 (MSN 3591) to AMARC as FP640 4/2/1991.  To QF-4E drone at Tyndall AFB as AF106 10/31/1995.  
				Expended as target Nov 17, 1999.
			0450 (MSN 3594) to AMARC as FP0653 Apr 8, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				Left AMARC by Apr 2008, believed for drone conversion at Mojave.  Converted
				to QF-4E drone AF352 by BAR Systems, Mojave, CA and delivered to Tyndall AFB Jan 31, 2009.
				Last F-4E drone conversion.
			0451 (58th TFS, 33re TFW) crashed on Nellis range, Nevada Feb 2, 1978
68-0452/0453	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-40-MC Phantom
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0452 (MSN 3599) to AMARC as FP554 Jul 26, 1990.  To QF-4E drone AF302, seen at Holloman AFB Aug 16, 2011
			0453 (MSN 3600) served with 51st TFW and transferred in 1989 to Republic of Korea AF Sep 1989 as 80-453.
				Currently preserved at Dagu AB
68-0454/0457	McDonnell F-4E-40-MC Phantom  
			New builds for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo I
			0454 (MSN 3602) to Israel Defense Force AF Nov 1969 as 200
			0455 (MSN 3604) to Israel Defense Force AF Nov 1969 as 39 and 139
			0456 (MSN 3605) to Israel Defense Force AF Nov 1969 as 640.  Shot down by MiG-21 near Benu/Banka Bridge, Egypt Oct 11, 1973
			0457 (MSN 3608) to Israel Defense Force AF Nov 1969
68-0458/0468	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-40-MC Phantom
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0458 (MSN 3609) to South Korea Nov 1990
			0459 (MSN 3611) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Nov 1, 1985.  To South Korean AF Oct 6, 1991.
			0460 (MSN 3613) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Nov 1, 1985.  To AMARC as FP499 May 10, 1990.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QF-4E drone AF348 with 82nd ATRS
			0461 (MSN 3614) to Turkish AF in May 1991.  Retains US serial in Turkish service.
			0462 (MSN 3617) to AMARC as FP661 Apr 17, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0463 (MSN 3618) to AMARC as FP466 Mar 21, 1990.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF321,
				reported Aug 2008 with 82nd ATRS
			0464 (MSN 3620) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Jul 1, 1985.  To AMARC as FP582 Nov 15, 1990.  Must 
				have left AMARC, as is reported returning there as FP1107 Jun 13, 2008.  To QF-4E drone AF342 and seen 
				at Holloman AFB Aug 16, 2011. With 82nd ATRS
			0465 (MSN 3622) SOC Feb 1989.  Currently on display at Jefferson Barracks, ANG base, St Louis, Missouri.
			0466 (MSN 3623) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Jul 13, 1990.  To South Korea Oct 4, 1990
			0467 (MSN 3626) with 20th TFS, 35th TFW w/o Apr 1992.
			0468 MSN 3627) to South Korean AF Jan 1990.
68-0469/0472	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-40-MC Phantom  
			New builds for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo I
			0469 (MSN 3630) to Israel Defense Force AF Nov 1969 as 102
			0470 (MSN 3631) to Israel Defense Force AF Dec 1969 as 109 and 609.  Crashed Jun 4, 1978 after collision 
				with A-4 319
			0471 (MSN 3633) to Israel Defense Force AF Dec 1969
			0472 (MSN 3635) to Israel Defense Force AF Dec 1969 as 17 and 117.  W/o May 15, 1975
68-0473/0483	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-40-MC Phantom
			0473 (MSN 3636) to Turkish AF as 7-473 in 1991-92.  Crashed with 172 Filo near Dogansehir due to 
				birdstrike Jun 22, 2005.  2 crew members ejected safely.  AFM 10/2005
			0474 (MSN 3639) to Turkey in Aug 1991
			0475 (MSN 3640) with 512th TFS, 86th TFW crashed due to birdstrike near Caseda/Zaragoza, Spain Nov 13, 1980 while on 
				temporary duty from Ramstein to Zarazoza.  One crewman killed.
			0476 (MSN 3642) at Air Logistics Center at Hill AFB and used for
				ground testing of foreign air force F-4s.  On display in the Heritage Museum at Hill AFB, Utah in Oct 2009.
			0477 (MSN 3644) with 366th TFW, 421st TFS hit by ground fire, the right wing separated and crashed into the Cua Viet River 
				near Quang Tri City, South Vietnam Aug 22, 1972. Both crew KIA.
			0478 (MSN 3646) to AMARC as FP1050 Jan 21, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0479 (MSN 3647) with 35th TFW w/o Sep 1, 1974.
			0480 (MSN 3650) to Hellenic AF in Oct 1991. WFU at Tanagra AB Sep 2005 
			0481 (MSN 3651) to Hellenic AF in Nov 1991.  Currently preserved at Larissa AB. 
			0482 (MSN 3654) to Turkish in May 1991
			0483 (MSN 3655) assigned Jun 1991 as battle damge repair trainer at Clark AB, Philippines
68-0484/0487	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-40-MC Phantom  
			New builds for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo I
			0484 (MSN 3658) to Israel Defense Force AF Jan 1970 as 206
			0485 (MSN 3659) to Israel Defense Force AF Jan 1970 as 206. W/o
			0486 (MSN 3661) to Israel Defense Force AF Jul 1970 as 03, 103, and 633.  Shot down by SAM over Golan Heights, 
				Syria Oct 7, 1973
			0487 (MSN 3663) to Israel Defense Force AF Feb 1970 as 36, 136, and 210.  Shot down by MiG-21 over Syria Apr 2, 1970.
68-0488/0494	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-40-MC Phantom
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0488 (MSN 3664) with 21st CW w/o May 1, 1974.
			0489 (MSN 3667) with 86th TFW crashed during approach to Ramstein AB, Germany Sep 20, 1974.  Crew ejected safely.
			0490 (MSN 3668) to AMARC as FP1052 Jan 21, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0491 (MSN 3670) with 512th TFS, 86th TFW crashed near Caseda, Spain Nov 11, 1980
			0492 (MSN 3672) with 7th FWW crashed near Elgin, Nevada Oct 27, 1971 after collision with F-4E 67-0318
			0493 (MSN 3673) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Oct 5, 1972.  To South Korean AF Jun 1986
			0494 (MSN 3675) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Feb 1, 1987.  To South Korea Jul 27, 1991.
68-0495/0498	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-41-MC Phantom
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0495 (MSN 3676) to AMARC as FP1056 Oct 3, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0496 (MSN 3678) to Hellenic AF in Nov 1991.  Currently preserved at Limnos
			0497 (MSN 3679) to Turkish AF in May 1991.  Converted to F-4E-2020 standard.
			0498 (MSN 3681) to Turkish AF in Jul 1991.  Converted to F-4E-2020 standard.
68-0499/0502	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-41-MC Phantom  
			New builds for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo I
			0499 (MSN 3682) to Israel Defense Force AF Jan 1970 as 134.  WFU at Hatzerim AB
			0500 (MSN 3683) to Israel Defense Force AF Feb 1970.  W/o
			0501 (MSN 3685) to Israel Defense Force AF Feb 1970
			0502 (MSN 3686) to Israel Defense Force AF Feb 1970 as 64, 264, 664, and 321.  W/o in training accident Mar 6, 1970.  
				Currently preserved at Hatzerim AB
68-0503/0518	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-41-MC Phantom
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0503 (MSN 3687) to AMARC as FP1049 Jan 21, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0504 (MSN 3690) to Turkish AF in Aug 1991
			0505 (MSN 3691) with 347th TFW crashed on Primrose Lake Gunnery Range near RCAF Cold Lake, Ontario, Canada May 1, 1980.
				Both crewmen killed.
			0506 (MSN 3693) to Hellenic AF in Aug 1991.  Converted to F-4E(SRA).  Preserved as gate guard at Larissa AB.
			0507 (MSN 3694) to AMARC as FP500 May 14, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0508 (MSN 3697) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Dec 1, 1985.  Crashed with 141st TFS, 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG in 
				Pine Barrens near Chatworth, Ocean County, New Jersey Jun 18, 1986.  Both crewmen ejected safely
			0509 (MSN 3698) to AMARC as FP514 Jun 5, 1990.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF317,
				reported Aug 2008 with 82nd ATRS.
			0510 (MSN 3699) with 479th TFW w/o Aug 11, 1970
			0511 (MSN 3701) to AMARC as FP657 Apr 10, 1991.  To QF-4E drone AF291 with 82nd ATRS, seen at Holloman AFB Aug 16, 2011
			0512 (MSN 3702, 196th TFS, California ANG) crashed near Shoshone, CA Jun 13, 1990. Both crew killed.
			0513 to South Korea Nov 1990
			0514 (MSN 3706) to 180th TFW, New Jersey ANG Jul 13, 1990.  To South Korean AF Sep 16, 1991.
			0515 (MSN 3707) to Hellenic AF in Nov 1991.  WFU at Andravida AB Mar 2007 
			0516 (MSN 3709) to AMARC as FP1057 Oct 3, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0517 (MSN 3710) to Greece in Nov 1991.  Noted stored at Larissa Sep 2005
			0518 (MSN 3711) with 33rd TFW crashed at Nellis AFB 11.5 mi NE of Rachel, Nevada Sep 2, 1977.  Both crew killed.
68-0519/0525	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-41-MC Phantom  
			New builds for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo I
			0519 (MSN 3714) to Israel Defense Force AF Jul 1970 as 495.  W/o
			0520 (MSN 3715) to Israel Defense Force AF Jul 1970 as 142 and 242.  Shot down by SAM over Suez Canal, Egypt Oct 20, 1973
			0521 (MSN 3716) to Israel Defense Force AF Mar 1970.  W/o
			0522 (MSN 3718) to Israel Defense Force AF Apr 1970 as 177.  Shot down by SAM over Suez Canal, Egypt Oct 7, 1973.
			0523 (MSN 3719) to Defense Force Israel AF Mar 1970.
			0524 (MSN 3721) to Defense Force Israel AF Mar 1970 as 180 and 171.  WFU at Hatzerim AF in 1998.
			0525 (MSN 3722) to Israel Defense Force AF Mar 1970 as 73, 273, and 673.  Shot down by MiG-21 near Benhu AB/Banka 
				Bridge, Egypt Oct 11, 1973.  Both crewmen killed.
68-0526/0538	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-41-MC Phantom
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0526 (MSN 3724) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Oct 1, 1985.  To South Korean AF Sep 16, 1991
			0527 (MSN 3725) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Dec 1, 1985.  To South Korean AF Oct 6, 1991.
			0528 (MSN 3726) to Turkish AF in May 1991.  Converted to F-4E-2020.  Crashed
				near Ayisigi, Turkey Mar 17, 2009 shortly after takeoff from Konya
				AB.  Both crew ejected but pilot was killed.
			0529 (MSN 3728) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Oct 1, 1985.  To Carswell, Texas May 1987.
				To AMARC as FP1053 Jan 21, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0530 (MSN 3729) served with 51st TFW and transferred in Sep 1989 to Republic of Korea AF as 80-530
			0531 (MSN 3730) to AMARC as FP1059 Oct 22, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0532 (MSN 3733) to Turkish AF in Mar 1991
			0533 (MSN 3734) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Oct 1, 1985.  To South Korean AF Sep 24, 1991
			0534 (MSN 3736) to 108th TFW, New Jersey ANG Oct 1, 1985.  To South Korean AF Sep 24, 1991.
			0535 (MSN 3737) with 86th TFW, 526th TFS crashed into Gulf of Mexico Aug 17, 1984 after colliding with F-15B 75-0087.
				1 killed, one ejected.
			0536 (MSN 3739) to AMARC as FP553 Jul 26, 1990.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF299 with 82nd ATRS
			0537 (MSN 3740) with 353rd TFS, 401st TFW crashed near Zaragoza AB, Spain Jan 24, 1973
			0538 (MSN 3741) to AMARC as FP1060 Oct 22, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
68-0539/0547	McDonnell F-4E-41-MC Phantom  
			New builds for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo I
			0539 (MSN 3743) to Israel AF Jun 1970.  W/o
			0540 (MSN 3744) to Israel AF Apr 1970 as 178.  Upgraged to Kurnass as 578
			0541 (MSN 3746) to IDF/AF May 1970 as 215. (107th Sqn) crashed near Jabal Marava, Egypt due to 
				hydraulics failure Oct 9, 1973.
			0542 (MSN 3747) to Israel AF May 1970
			0543 (MSN 3748) to Israel AF Apr 1970
			0544 (MSN 3751) to Israel AF May 1970 as 187.  Currently preserved at Hatzerim AB
			0545 (MSN 3752) to Israel AF May 1970 as 128, 628 and 154.  Crashed into Mediterranean Sea after collision with F-4 128
				Jun 23, 1972.  Pilot killed.
			0546 (MSN 3754) to IDF/AF Jun 1970 as 222. Crashed after a mid-air collision with an IDF/AF F-16A (ex 79-0328) Jan 20, 1981. 
				The pilot was killed as well as the pilot of the F-16A, the RIO was rescued.
			0547 (MSN 3755) to Israel AF May 1970 as 682
68-0548/0561	McDonnell Douglas RF-4C-37-MC Phantom
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0548 (MSN 3319) to AMARC as FP890 Sep 3, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C AF378
				with 82nd ATRS
			0549 (MSN 3327) to South Korean AF Aug 1990
			0550 (MSN 3334) with 15th TRS, 18th TFW in runway accident Mar 16, 1990 at Taegu AB, South Korea.  Transferred to South Korean AF
				as ground trainer.
			0551 (MSN 3342)to AMARC as FP884 Aug 14, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C with 82nd ATRS
			0552 (MSN 3348) to AMARC as FP876 Jul 9, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C with 82nd ATRS
			0553 (MSN 3359) to AMARC as FP885 Aug 24, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. To QRF-4C AF371
				with 82nd ATRS
			0554 (MSN 3369) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Ramstein AB, Germany.  Currently on display at Ramstein AB, Germany
			0555 (MSN 3380) to AMARC as FP897  9/28/1992. To Tyndall AFB
				as QRF-4C AF113.  Expended in missile test over Gulf of Mexico April 1, 1997.
			0556 (MSN 3390) with 26th TRW crashed near Groningen, Holland Jun 8, 1983
			0557 (MSN 3398) to AMARC as FP777 Oct 28, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				Reported test flown at AMARC Oct 7, 2008 for intended conversion to QRF-4C.  To QRF-4C AF359 with 82nd ATRS
			0558 (MSN 3405) with 17th TRS, 26th TRW crashed near Schwabisch Hall, West Germany Jan 30, 1975.
			0559 (MSN 3415) with 17th TRS, 86th TFW crashed  at village of Stambach, 3.8 nm NE of
				Zweibrucken, West Germany Sep 22, 1971 due to a jammed control stick
				on takeoff.  Crew ejected safely.
			0560 (MSN 3422) with 10th TRW/1st TRS crashed at Lealholm/Whitbey, Yorshire, England on mission out of
				 RAF Alconbury Apr 27, 1979.  Both crew killed.
			0561 (MSN 3432) to AMARC as FP887 Sep 1, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C AF359 with
				82nd ATRS
68-0562/0576	McDonnell Douglas RF-4C-38-MC Phantom
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0562 (MSN 3439)  to AMARC as FP655 Apr 9, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C AF410 
			0563 (MSN 3445) with 26th TRW crshed near Iggelbach, Kaoserlautern/Bad Durkheim, West Germany Feb 18, 1988
			0564 (MSN 3451) to AMARC as FP881 Jul 23, 1992.  To Tyndall AFB as QRF-4C AF110.  
				Expended in missile test Mar 25, 1998.
			0565 (MSN 3457) to AMARC as FP888 Sep 1, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C AF365
				with 82nd ATRS
			0566 (MSN 3462) with 10th TRW crashed into a mountain on night radar mission in southern Scotland 
				Mar 28, 1979.  Both crew killed.
			0567 to AMARC as FP792 Dec 9, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C AF369 with 82nd ATRS
			0568 (MSN 3474) to AMARC as FP735 Aug 20, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C AF413.
			0569 (MSN 3480) to AMARC as FP690 Jun 6, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0570 (MSN 3485) was on display at Del Valle Elementary School, Austin, Texas, now at entrance of administration 
				building at Del Valle.  Is it now at VFWp Post 8925 in Austin?
			0571 (MSN 3489) to AMARC as FP755 Sep 12, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C drone AF360
				with 82nd ATRS
			0572 (MSN 3495) to AMARC as FP0877 Jul 9, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C drone AF391
				with 82nd ATRS
			0573 (MSN 3500) with 432nd TRW, 14th TRS shot down by AAA over Laos Jan 20, 1972.  Both crew rescued.
			0574 (MSN 3505) to AMARC as FP677 May 23, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C AF411
			0575 (MSN 3510) to AMARC as FP929 Apr 23, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0576 (MSN 3514) to AMARC as FP668 May 2, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C AF366 with
				82nd ATRS
68-0577/0593	McDonnell Douglas RF-4C-39-MC Phantom
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0577 (MSN 3517) assigned as battle damage repair trainer Dec 1989 at Bitburg AB, West Germany. Scrapped in place.
			0578 (MSN 3522) to AMARC as FP594 Dec 17, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C AF383
			0579 (MSN 3527) to South Korea Jan 1990 as 80-579
			0580 (MSN 3532) to AMARC as FP781 Oct 31, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C AF407 with
				82nd ATRS.  Shot down May 12, 2015 over Gulf of Mexico by F-16 of New Jersey ANG during a Combat 
				Archer training exercise;
			0581 (MSN 3538) to AMARC as FP756 Sep 12, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C AF398.
			0582 (MSN 3544) to AMARC as FP751 Jun 5, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0583 (MSN 3549) to AMARC as FP793 Dec 9, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Converted to QRF-4C 
				drone AF400
			0584 (MSN 3553) to AMARC as FP758 Sep 16, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0585 (MSN 3557) to AMARC as FP624 Mar 20, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0586 (MSN 3562) with 67th TRW, 45th TRS collidied in midair with 71-0257 and crashed 6 mi SW of Gainesville, TX Mar 5, 1974. 
				1 killed, 1 ejected safely.
			0587 (MSN 3566) SOC May 28, 1991, and assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Zweibrucken AB,
				Germany.  Currently on display at Hermeskeil Museum, Germany
			0588 (MSN 3571) w/o May 16, 1977
			0589 (MSN 3575) to AMARC as FP664 Apr 22, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C drone AF406.
				Shot down May 7, 2015 over Gulf of Mexico during training exercise
			0590 (MSN 3579) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Zwiebrucken AB, Germany.  Noted October 2003 in 
				Musee Royal de l'Armee, Brussels, Belgium
			0591 (MSN 3584) 91st TRS, 67th TRW) collided with F-4 67-0440 over Lake Brownwood, Texas Jan 21, 1987.
			0592 (MSN 3589) to AMARC as FP895 Sep 17, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To QRF-4C AF375 with
				82nd ATRS.
			0593 (MSN 3593) to AMARC as FP858 Jun 12, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
68-0594/0611	McDonnell Douglas RF-4C-40-MC Phantom
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0594 (MSN 3598) noted Apr 1998 on display at Gowen Field ANG Base, Boise, Idaho and still there May 2009.
			0595 (MSN 3603) to AMARC as FP170 Nov 1, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0596 (MSN 3607) to AMARC as FP171 Nov 1, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0597 (MSN 3612) with 432nd TRW, 14th TRS shot down by SAM near Ngai Hung/Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam Dec 9, 1972.  Pilot KIA, WSO POW.
			0598 (MSN 3616) with 432nd TRW, 14th TRS shot down by SAM Apr 20, 1972.  Pilot POW, WSO rescued.
			0599 (MSN 3621) to AMARC as FP205 Jan 18, 1989.  Left MASDC Apr 17, 2013, 
				being last F-4 regenerated in support of full-scale aerial target program.  
				Was 316th and final QRF-4C conversion.  As QRF-4C AF416 joined 82nd Aerial Target
				Squadron, Tyndall AFB, Florida Nov 19, 2013. 
			0600 (MSN 3625) to AMARC as FP188.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0601 (MSN 3629) with 432nd TRW, 14th TRS shot down by AAA over Laos Dec 21, 1970.  Both crew rescued.
			0602 (MSN 3634) to AMARC as FP172 Nov 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0603 (MSN 3638) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Bergstrom AFB, Texas.  Assigned as ground trainer Sep 1992 at
				Kelly AFB, Texas.
			0604 (MSN 3643) with 432nd TRW, 14th TRS shot down by AAA near Kinh Mon/Don Ha, North Vietnam Aug 13, 1972.  
				Pilot POW, WSO KIA
			0605 (MSN 3648) to AMARC as FP194 Jan 9, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0606 (MSN 3652) to AMARC as FP189 Jan 4, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0607 (MSN 3656) to AMARC as FP174 Nov 3, 1988
			0608 (MSN 3660) to AMARC as FP206 Jan 18, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0609 (MSN 3665) to AMARC as FP195 Jan 9, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Converted to 
				QRF-4C drone AF417
			0610 (MSN 3669) with 432nd TRW, 14th TRS lost over Laos Oct 8, 1970.  Both crew KIA
			0611 (MSN 3674) with 91st TRS, 67th TRW w/o at Tyndall AFB, Florida Apr 17, 1981
68-0612/0633	cancelled contract for McDonnell RF-4C Phantom 	
68-0634/3783	Hughes AIM-4D Falcon missiles
68-3784/3831	North American Rockwell OV-10A Bronco
			MSN 321-110/157
			3796,3799,3808 to USMC
			3785 to Venezuela as FAV 1103.  Shot down during coup in Venezuela Nov 27, 1992.
			3796,3808 returned to USAF as GOV-10A
			3786 (504th TASG, 19th TASS) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Oct 19, 1969.  Both crew killed.
			3787 at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio
			3788 (504th TASG, 20th TASS) shot down by ground fire near Sre Mat, Cambodia Jul 3, 1970.  Pilot KIA.
			3789 (504th TASG, 23rd TASS) shot down by SAM during "Bat 21" rescue attempt in South Vietnam
				Apr 3, 1972.  Pilot POW, observer recovered.
			3791 (MSN 305A-117) to colobian AF as FAC2220 and noted preserved at Villavicencio Jul 2013.
			3792 (MSN 321-118) to Philippine AF.  Crashed Mar 19,2001 at Fil-Homes subdivision,
				Barangay Mabiga, Mabalacat, Pampanga, Philippines when port engine
				failed during approach to Clark Field.  Copilot ejected safely
				but pilot remained with the aircraft, guiding it to an open area before
				being killed in the crash.
			3793 (MSN 321-119) to Venezuelan AF in 1992 as 0073.  W/o during coup in Venezuela Nov 27, 1992.
			3794 (504th TASG, 23rd TASS) shot down by AAA near Ban Muangphan on eastern edge of Plain of Jars, Laos Mar 21, 1970.
				Pilot ejected and was rescued by Air America helicopter.
			3795 to Fenezuela as FAV 1990
			3796 (MSN 321-122) to US Navy as 683796.  3796 and 3809 damaged beyond repair during Hurricane Andrew and 
				are now parts aircraft for California Department of Forestry
				and are located at Mather AFB, CA.  They had been transferred to the Navy as
				683796 and 683809.  They were at Homestead awaiting further transfer to Colombia
				when the hurrican hit.  The roof of the hangar fell on them, breaking their tailbooms
			3798 (504th TASG, 20th TASS) shot down by ground fire 60 mi SW of Da Nang, South Vietnam Aug 30, 1970.  Both crew KIA.
			3799 (MSN 321-125) to US Navy as 683799.  Noted 2003 at Texas Air Command Museum (Vintage Flying Museum), 
				Meacham Field, Fort Worth, TX. 
			3800 (504th TASG, 20th TASS) crashed due to engine failure during ferry flight near Pleiku, SVN.  Pilot killed.
			3801 (MSN 321-127) to Philippines AF
			3802 (504th TASG, 23rd TASS) collided with RF-4C in midair over Thailand Jun 20, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was
				rescued.  The RF-4C landed safely.
			3803 (56th SOS, 23rd TASS) crashed due to engine failure over Thaland Jun 8, 1972.  Both crew ejected and were rescued.
			3804 hit by SAM-7 Jun 29, 1972 while directing fire for Navy guns, ditched
				in Gulf by pilot Capt Steve Bennett in effort ot save his observer whose
				chute was damaged.  Observer survived, but Capt Bennett was killed.  He
				was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor 
			3805 to Venezuela as FAV 2865.  US civil registration N6083 reserved Feb 2002.
			3806 (56th SOS, 23rd TASS) shot down by SA-7 near Quang Tri, SVN while searching for survivors of a downed Phantom
				Jan 27, 1973.  Crew of 2 ejected, but were reported have been killed by NVN soldiers.
			3807 (504th TASG, 23rd TASS) shot down by AAA near Ban Klou, Laos Jun 30, 1970.  Pilot KIA, observer rescued by
				USAF HH-3E helicopter.
			3808 (MSN 321-134) to Colombian AF as FAC2221 and still active Jul 2013
			3809 (MSN 321-135) to US Navy as 683809.  3796 and 3809 damaged beyond repair during Hurricane Andrew and 
				are now parts aircraft for California Department of Forestry
				and are located at Mather AFB, CA.  They had been transferred to the Navy as
				683796 and 683809.  They were at Homestead awaiting further transfer to Colombia
				when the hurrican hit.  The roof of the hangar fell on them, breaking their tailbooms
			3810 (56th SOS, 23rd TASS0 crashed due to engine failure over Ho Chi Minh trail in Attopeu Province, Laos while
				on ferry flight Sep 17, 1972.  Both crew rescued by USAF helicopter.
			3811 with 549th TASS, 507th TACW, then to 19th TASS at Bien Hoa AB, South Vietnam.  Based at Shaw AFB, SC in 1991.
				To AMARC in late 1991, then sold to Philippine AF same year.  With Bureau of Land Management as N91LM.  
				To California Department of Forestry as a spare.
			3812 (504th TASG, 23rd TASS) shot down by AAA 10 mi W of Ban Thapachon, Laos Dec 31, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was
				rescued by USAF HH-3E helicopter.
			3815 (504th TASG, 23rd TASS) hit by AAA near Tala SE of A Shau Valley, SVN Jun 17, 1970.  Pilot headed SW.  Pilot
				ejected near Muang Knongxedon, Laos and was rescued by an Air America helicopter.
			3816 (MSN 321-142) to civil registry as N94LM with US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management.
				Crashed Jun 10, 1997.
			3820 (504th TASG, 23rd TASS) shot down (possibly by SAM-7) near Quant Tri, SVN Apr 7, 1972.  Observer MIA, pilot 
				captured and died as POW, still listed as MIA.
			3821 (504th TASG, 20 TASS) crashed due to engine failure off coast near Da Nang in Quang Tin Province, SVN Dec 18, 1970.
				Pilot killed.
			3822 with 19th TASS at TSN, Vietnam in Dec 1970.  Aircraft may have gone to Philippine AF.
			3823 (504th TASG, 23rd TASS) shot down by AAA 25 mi E of Pakse, Laos.  Crew of 2 ejected and were rescued by USAF
				HH-53C.
			3824 (504th TASG, 19th TASS) shot down by small arms fire while taking off from Cu Chi AB, South Vietnam Apr 29, 1970.
				Both crew KIA.
			3825 with Bureau of Land Management as N646.  To California Department of Forestry as a spare.
			3827 (504th TASG, 23rd TASS) shot down by ground fire 20 mi SW of A Shau Valley, South Vietnam May 7, 1970.
				Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
			3828 (51st CW) crashed at Tottori, Japan Apr 20, 1982 after colliding with OV-10 67-14663
				(which also crashed) in heavy rain.  All four crew from both aircraft ejected, but one was killed.
			3830 (MSN 321-156) to Philippine AF		
68-3832/3891	Boeing LGM-30F Minuteman missiles
68-3892/6856	Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike missiles
68-6857/6903	Cessna O-2A-CE Super Skymaster
			MSN 337M-0146/0192
			6858 (MSN 337M-0147) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group ran out of fuel and
				crashlanded in South Vietnam May 9, 1968.  Crew survived.
			6859 (MSN 337M-0148) crashed in traffic pattern at Nakhon Phanom West, Thaland Nov 22, 1968.  Both crew killed.
			6860 (MSN 337M-0149) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by 37-mm AAA
				near Ban Bamran, Khammouan Province, Laos Mar 16, 1971.  Crew of 2 KIA.
			6862 (MSN 337M-0151) sold to Dominican Republic as 1703
			6864 (MSN 337M-0153) on display at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, Florida.
			6865 (MSN 337M-0154) to AMARC May 2, 1994 as 2L0041.  Now on display at Kelly Field Heritage Museum, San Antonio, Texas
			6867 (MSN 337M-0156) sold to Dominican Republic as 1702
			6868 (MSN 337M-0157) on civil registry as N37566
			6869 (MSN 337M-0158, 19th TASS, 504th TASG) tail blown off by groundfire near Lang Phuoc 
				Hai, 15 miles northeast of Vung Tau, SVN, while directing airstrike against 
				VC rocket and mortar sites, 19 June 1969; crashed before crew of two could 
				bail out
			6869 (MSN 337M-0159) 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground fire
				near Perfume River, 10 mi S of Saigon, Long An Province, South Vietnam Oct 19, 1968. Both crew KIA
			6871 (MSN 337M-0160) on display at Grissom AB Museum, Peru, Indiana
			6872 (MSN 337M-0161) on civil registry as N902A.  Acquired in a trade with
				Air Force Museum in 1991.
			6873 (MSN 337M-0162) in accident Oct 1, 1993.  To civil registry as N5151A Sep 6, 2001
			6874 (MSN 337M-0163) to MASDC as HV0186) 
			6875 (MSN 337M-0164) Registered N5151U as a Cessna M337B to Patrick Murphy, Brisbane, Australia, Jul 24, 1997; 
				cancelled Dec 23, 1997 on export to Solomon Islands.  In 1997 the United States Government donated two 
				civilianised ex-military Cessna O-2 aircraft 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. 
				In 2008 they were both transferred to the Civil Aviation Department and moved to the Solair hangar at 
				Honiara Airport, where some restoration work was initiated. This work soon stopped and the wrecks abandoned. 
				They were still there in April 2010.
			6876 (MSN 337M-0165) to MASDC as HV0147 Apr 10, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			6877 (MSN 337M-0166) to MASDC as HV0153.  To civil registry as N4072G Aug 1, 1994
			6879 (MSN 337M-0168) 20th TASS shot down by ground fire 2 mi N of DMZ over
				North Vietnam Jun 26, 1968.  Both crew killed.  Remains of both airmen identified
				and returned to USA in 2007.
			6880 (MSN 337M-0169) to civil registry as N5152D Jan 4, 1999
			6881 (MSN 337M-0170) Registered N5151U as a Cessna M337B to Patrick Murphy, Brisbane, Australia, Jul 24, 1997; 
				cancelled Dec 23, 1997 on export to Solomon Islands.  In 1997 the United States Government donated two 
				civilianised ex-military Cessna O-2 aircraft 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. In 2008 
				they were both transferred to the Civil Aviation Department and moved to the Solair hangar at Honiara 
				Airport, where some restoration work was initiated. This work soon stopped and the wrecks abandoned. 
				They were still there in April 2010.
			6883 (MSN 337M-0172) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground fire 15 mi
				S of Da Nang, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Oct 23, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
			6884 (MSN 337M-0173) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group crashed due to unknown cause
				in Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Mar 11, 1970.  Both crew killed.
			6885 (MSN 337M-0174) was on display at American Warbirds Museum, Republic Airport, 
				Farmingdale, NY.  Bears civil registry N802A since Feb 22, 1997.  Plane
				was bequeathed to the EAA Foundation, and was purchased by a private
				owner in 2003.  Still registered as N802A and is flown regularly.
			6889 (MSN 337M-0178) to AMARC as 2L0054 May 2, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
			6890 (MSN 337M-0179) to El Salador AF as 623.  Crashed Mar 6/7, 1996.
			6891 (MSN 337M-0180, 504th TASG, 20th TASS) shot down over Quang Tri, SVN Jul 30, 1968. Pilot MIA
			6892 (MSN 337M-0181) to MASDC as HV0149.  To civil registry as N3219K Dec 7, 1992
			6894 (MSN 337M-0183) to civil registry as N86894 Aug 2, 1994
			6895 (MSN 337M-0184) to MASDC as HV0140 Mar 6, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			6896 (MSN M337B-0185) to MASDC as HV0133.  Registration N9134Q reserved October 1995
			6897 (MSN 337M-0186) to MASDC as HV0141 Mar 1980.  To Bobs Airpark Oct 1994.  Stored at Greeley Weld County
				APT, CO.  On civil registry as N4067N since Aug 1, 1994
			6899 (MSN 337M-0188) to civil registry as N5169Y Jun 2, 1993.  Registration
				N899AF reserved Jul 16, 2007
			6900 (MSN 337M-0189) to AMARC as 2L0052 May 2, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
			6901 (MSN 337M-0190) to civil registry as N37581.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
			6903 (MSN 337M-0192) to MASDC as YB001 Oct 5, 1981
68-6904/6911	McDonnell Douglas F-4D-37-MC Phantom  
			New builds for Imperial Iranian AF as 3-617/3-624
			6904 (MSN 3323) later 3-677
			6905 (MSN 3340) w/o Jan 30, 1972.
			6906 (MSN 3357) later 3-678
			6907 (MSN 3371) later 3-679
			6908 (MSN 3388) later 3-680
			6909 (MSN 3403) later 3-681
			6910 (MSN 3417) later 3-682
			6911 (MSN 3426) later 3-683
68-6912/6919	McDonnell Douglas F-4D-39-MC Phantom
			New builds for Imperial Iranian AF as 3-625/3-632, later 3-684/3-691.
			6912 (MSN 3525) 
			6913 (MSN 3535)
			6914 (MSN 3545)
			6915 (MSN 3555)
			6916 (MSN 3564)
			6917 (MSN 3574)
			6918 (MSN 3583)
			6919 (MSN 3592)
68-6920/7865	Martin-Hughes AGM-62 Walleye missiles
68-7866/7910	Cessna T-41C Mescalero
			MSN R172-0257/0301.  Commercial R172Es acquired by USAF for training at USAF Academy.  Operated as N7866N/N7901N.
				Dates of transfer to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			7868 (MSN R172-0259) registered as N7757L
			7883 (MSN R172-0274) registeed as N7883N with Dover AFB Flying Club, Delaware and last flown Nov 2003.
			7886 (N7886N) at Travis AFB Aero Club, awaiting disposition.  Now at Lake
				Area Technical Insitute, Watertown, SD.
			7891 (N7891N) at Travis AFB Aero Club
			7892 (MSN R172-0283, N7892N) to AMARC Dec 8, 2010.  To El Salvador AF as FAES 94
			7895 (N7895N) at Dover AFB Flying Club
			7901 (MSN R172-0292) currently N7901N.  At some time registratnon N365SE
				was reserved but NTU.  It was reserved again Aug 25, 2008.
			7906 (MSN R172-0297, N7906N) to AMARC Dec 8 2010.
			7907 (MSN R172-0298, N7907N) to AMARC Dec 8, 2010.
			7908 (N7908N) at Travis AFB Aero Club, awaiting disposition.
68-7911/7980	Cessna A-37B Dragonfly
			MSN 43058/43127
			All sold to South Vietnam except 7911,7912,7927,7929,7932,7935,7940,7941,7943,7945,
				7948/7953,7955,7958,7962,7963,7956/7973.
			7911,7927,7932,7951,7952,7965/7967,7970/7973 converted to OA-37B.
			7911 (MSN 43058) to Honduras AF as 1014 in 1982/83.
			7916 (MSN 43063) captured by North Vietnam in 1975.  Sent to Poland.  Now on display in South Vietnamese markings
				at Polish Aviatin Museum, Kracow, Poland.
			7931 (MSN 43078) captured in Apr 1975 by North Vietnam.  On display Bao Tang Phong Khong, Khong Quan Air Force Museum, 
				Hanoi, Vietnam.  Number 0475 painted on tail.
			7932 (MSN 43079) to Colombian AF as FAC2163 and on display in Museo Aero Fenix, Cal8-QAlfonso Bonilla Aragon, Colombia.
			7948 (MSN 43095) to MASDC Aug 7, 1970.  Returned to service Dec 10, 1970 with
				174th TFG, Hancock Field ANGB, NY
			7952 (MSN 43099) to Fuerza Aerea Uruguaya as 280.
			7953 (MSN 43100) to MASDC Aug 7, 1970.  Returned to service Nov 25, 1970 with 174th TFG,
				Hancock Field ANGB, NY
			7954 (MSN 43101) to MASDC Aug 7, 1970.  Returned to service Dec 2, 1970 with 174th 
				TFG, Hancock Field, ANGB, NY
			7955 (MSN 43102) to MASDC Aug 7, 1970.  Returned to service Nov 9, 1970 with 174th TFG, 
				Hancock Field ANGB, NY
			7956 (MSN 43103) to AMARC Aug 7, 1970.  Returned to service Nov 24, 1970 with
				174h TFG, Hancock Field ANGB, NY.
			7958 (MSN 43105) seen in North Vietnam AF colors at Avignon-Caumont France July 2001.
			7959 (MSN 43106) to AMARC Jul 30, 1970.  Returned to service Dec 2, 1970
				with 174th TFG, Hancock Field ANGB, NY
			7965 (MSN 43112) converted to OA-37.  To MASDC as AB0019 Aug 21, 1991.  To Peru.
			7966 (MSN 43113) to Colombian AF as FAC3164.  On display outside at Museo Aeroespacial Museum,  El Dorado, Columbia
			7967 (MSN 43114) converted to OA-37B. To MASDC as AB0007 Jun 26, 1991.  To Peru in 1992.
			7970 (MSN 43117) (103rd Tactical Air Support Squadron, 111th Tactical Air
				Support Group) crashed in Honduras Apr 18, 1985.  2 killed.
			7973 (MSN 43120) converted to OA-37B.  To El Salvador AF in 1985 as 428.  Damaged
				in wheels-up landing on b each in El Zapote canton Jan 9, 2013 after engine failure.
			7974 (MSN 43121) to AAMRC Aug 7, 1970.  Returned to service with 174th
				TFG, Hancock Field ANGB, NY  
			7975 (MSN 43122) seized at Canadian border by US Customs
				officials in 1989.  Now owned by National 
				Warplane Museum, but sold to Olympic
				Flight Museum, WA.
68-7981/8084	Cessna T-37B
			MSN 41076/41179.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			7985,7998,8016,8018,8023,8035,8044,8048,8051,
				8052,8063,8066,8072,8074,8076,8076,8079,8081
				transferred to Jordan.
			7981 (MSN 41076) to AMARC as TE0450 May 8, 2008
			7982 (MSN 41077) to AMARC as TE0186 Sep 3, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			7983 (MSN 41078) to AMARC as TE0349 Feb 15, 2007.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			7984 (MSN 41079) to AMARC as TE0330 Sep 7, 2006.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			7986 (MSN 41081) to AMARC as TE0168 Jun 10, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			7988 to AMARC Mar 20, 2009
			7990 (MSN 41085) to AMARC as TE0316 Jun 16, 2006.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			7991 (MSN 41086) to AMARC as TE0229 Aug 27, 2004.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			7992 (MSN 41087) to AMARC as TE0322 Jul 14, 2006.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			7993 (MSN 41088) to Columbian Air Force as FAC2135 in 2010.
			7994 (MSN 41089) to AMARC AS TE0387 Jun 14, 2007.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			7997 (MSN 41092) to Turkey as 2-997 with 2Ajuo at Cigli.
			7998 (MSN 41093) to Turkish AF.  With 211 Filo, spun into ground near 
				Sancakliigdecik, Turkey Mar 5, 2007 shortly after takeoff 
				from Izmir/Cigli.  Pilot killed. (AFM 5/2007)
			7999 (MSN 41094) to AMARC as TE0175 Jul 25, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8002 (MSN 41097) to AMARC as TE0333 Oct 17, 2006.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To Colombian AF as FAC2128
			8003 (MSN 41098) to AMARC as TE0364 Mar 19, 2007.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8004 (MSN 41099) to AMARC as TE0436 Mar 6, 2008
			8005 (MSN 41100) to AMARC as TE0146 Feb 21, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8006 (MSN 41101) to AMARC as TE0452 Jun 5, 2008
			8008 (MSN 41103) to Brazilian AF as 0906.  To Korean AF Oct 20, 1981.
				To AMARC as TE0378 May 22, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8009 (MSN 41104) to AMARC as TE0443 May 1, 2008
			8011 (MSN 41106, 71st FTW) crashed Sept 18, 1992.
			8012 (MSN 41107) to AMARC as TE0146 Feb 21, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			8013 (MSN 41108) to Brazilian AF as 0907.  To Korean AF Oct 20, 1981
			8015 (MSN 41110) to Brazilian AF as 0908.  W/o Oct 13, 1972 at Santa Rosa do
				Passa  Quatro, Brazil.  Also listed as going to AMARC as
				TE0208 May 13, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			8017 (MSN 41112) to Brazilian AF as 0909.  To Korean AF Oct 20, 1981.
				To AMARC as TE0353 Feb 21, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8019 to AMARC Jul 10, 2009.
			8020 (MSN 41115) to AMARC as TE0218 Jul 22, 2004.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			8021 (MSN 41116) to AMARC as TE0221 Jul 23, 2004.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			8022 (MSN 41117) to AMARC as TE0178 Aug 12, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8024 (MSN 41119) to AMARC as TE321 Jul 10, 2006.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8026 (MSN 41121) to AMARC as TE0162 May 5, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8027 to AMARC Aug 4, 2009
			8028 (MSN 41123) to AMARC as TE0451 Jun 5, 2008
			8029 (MSN 41124) to AMARC as TE0448 May 8, 2008
			8031 (MSN 41126) to AMARC as TE0233 Sep 10, 2004.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			8034 (MSN 41129) to AMARC as TE-158 Mar 26, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8036 (MSN 41131) to AMARC as TE0392 Jul 12, 2007.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8038 (MSN 41133) crashed Dec 12, 1996.
			8039 (MSN 41134) to AMARC as TE0204 Apr 16, 2004.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			8041 (MSN 41136) to AMARC as TE0347 Oct 30, 2006.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8042 (MSN 41137) to AMARC as TE0449 May 8, 2008
			8045 (MSN 41140) to AMARC as TE0141 Aug 27, 2002.
			8046 (MSN 41141) to AMARC as TE0348 Feb 15, 2007.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8047 (MSN 41142) to AMARC as TE0224 Aug 19, 2004.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			8049 (MSN 41144) to AMARC as TE0346 Oct 30, 2006.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8050 (MSN 41145) noted Oct 2012 on display at Vance AFB, Oklahoma marked as 68-8041.
			8053 (MSN 41148) to AMARC as TE0404 Sep 12, 2007.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8055 (MSN 41150) to AMARC as TE0343 Oct 24, 2006.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To Colombian AF as FAC2130
			8057 to AMARC Jul 10, 2009.
			8058 (MSN 41153) to AMARC as TE0397 Aug 22, 2007.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8059 to AMARC as TE0455 Aug 5, 2008.
			8060 (MSN 41155) to AMARC as TE0193 Sep 24, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			8062 (MSN 41157) to AMARC as TE0156 Mar 19, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8064 (MSN 41159) to AMARC as TE0326 Aug 24, 2006.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8067 (MSN 41162) to AMARC as TE0440 May 1, 2008
			8068 (MSN 41163) flew final T-37 mission with 37th FTS Mar 31, 2008 prior to type's
				final retirement Apr 3, 2008.  To AMARc as TE0447 Jun 5, 2008
			8069 (MSN 41164) to AMARC as TE0446 May 8, 2008
			8073 to AMARC Jul 31, 2009
			8077 on display with city of Newport, Arkansas
			8082 (MSN 41177) to Brazilian AF as 0911. W/o Oct 14, 1970 at Rio Claro, Brazil
			8083 (MSN 41178) to Brazilian AF as 0912.  To Korean AF Oct 20, 1981
68-8085/8094	Martin LGM-25C Titan III missiles.
68-8095/8217	Northrop T-38A-75-NO Talon
			MSN T.6100/6222.
			8106,8109,8113,8116,8123,8133,8138,8140,8142,8168 converted to AT-38B
			8194,8209,8212,8214,8216 transferred to Navy as 158197/158201.
			8095 (344th ARS) crashed on takeoff San Antonio, TX Jun 20, 1993.  Both crew ejected.
			8098 converted to T-38C
			8100 flew with Thunderbirds
			8104 converted to T-38C
			8106 flew with Thunderbirds.  Converted to T-38C
			8111 converted to NT-38A
			8113 (MSN T.6118) to NASA at Dryden as NASA 864.  Was N564NA, registered N864NA
				Aug 26, 2005
			8116 currently N965NA, registration N863NA reserved Sep 26, 2006,
				taken up Feb 20, 2007.
			8122 (MSN T.6127) noted at Boeing, Williams Gateway AP, AZ Mar 15, 2003 under conversion to T-38C
			8127 noted at Boeing, Williams Gateway AP, AZ Mar 15, 2003 under conversion to T-38C
			8131 flew with Thunderbirds
			8136 noted as modified to T-38C Sep 25, 2004
			8137 flew with Thunderbirds
			8140 converted to AT-38B.  To AMARC as TF0109 Aug 30, 1991
			8141 (49th FW/7th CTS) crashed onto 2 houses at Valparaiso, FL Mar 8, 2003 
				(another source says Mar 9, 2003). Pilot ejected, suffering minor injuries; 
				occupants of houses unhurt.  Cause of crash was pilot failing to adequately 
				monitor airspeed on final approach to Eglin AFB (he was number 2 of a 2-ship
				formation) thus aircraft stalled and crashed short of runway
			8148 noted at Boeing, Williams Gateway AP, AZ Mar 15, 2003 under conversion to T-38C
			8153 (412th Test Wing) crashed May 21, 2009 12 mi N of Edwards AFB, CA.  One killed, one ejected with injuries.
			8154 (412th TW)
			8156 flew with Thunderbirds.  Was involved in the "Diamond Crash" Jan 18, 1982 in
				which the entire team flew into the ground.
			8158 (MSN T.6163) t US Navyh as 688158
			8160 converted to T-38C
			8161 noted as T-38C with 479th FTG May 2002.
			8162 converted to T-38C
			8164 noted at Boeing, Williams Gateway AP, AZ Mar 15, 2003 under conversion to T-38C
			8174 flew with Thunderbirds
			8175 flew with Thunderbirds.  Was involved in the "Diamond Crash" Jan 18, 1982 in
				which the entire team flew into the ground.
			8176 flew with Thunderbirds.  Was involved in the "Diamond Crash" Jan 18, 1982 in
				which the entire team flew into the ground.
			8177 flew with Thunderbirds
			8179 flying with 509th BW, 394th CTS at Whiteman AFB
			8182 flew with Thunderbirds
			8183 flew with Thunderbirds.  Crashed with 14th FTW on takeoff sometime in 1972.  Both crew ejected and survived.  
			8184 flew with Thunderbirds.  Was involved in the "Diamond Crash" Jan 18, 1982 in
				which the entire team flew into the ground.
			8187 converted to T-38C
			8191 converted to T-38C.  With 12th FTW at Randolph AFB
			8199 noted at Boeing, Williams Gateway AP, AZ Mar 15, 2003 under conversion to T-38C.
				(145h FTW/50th FTS) struck by birds during low level navigation training
				sortie Jan 18, 2007, shattering canopy and causing both engines to fail.
				Both crew ejected safely and plane crashed 40 mi S of Memphis, TN.
				AFM 3/2007, 5/2007, 6/2007
			8208 converted to T-38C
			8210 converted to T-38C
			8217 (MSN T-6222) named "Willie One" with 82nd FTW in Aug 1991.  Current as T-38C
68-8218/8219	Lockheed C-130H Hercules
			MSN 4312,4313.  To New Zealand as NZ7004/NZ7005
			8218 (MSN 382-4312) to RNZAF as NZ7004 Dec 1968, radio call sign ZM-ZVS
			8219 (MSN 382-4313) to RNZAF as NZ7005 Dec 1968, radio call sign ZM-ZVT
68-8220		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D-1-CV Corsair II
			MSN D.006.  Converted to GA-7D ground instruction airframe.  Now on display at Tomah Veterans
				Hospital, Wisconsin since 1994
68-8221/8224	Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D-2-CV Corsair II
			MSN D.007/010.
			8222 on display at Dakota Territory Air Museum, Minot, North Dakota.
			8223 converted to GA-7D ground instruction airframe.  Now displayed at SW corner
				of US 150 and Logan St in Danville, IL.
			8224 was on display outside Indian Head EOD School, MD
68-8225/8231	Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D-3-CV Corsair II
			MSN D.011/017.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			8225,8226,8228,8230,8231 converted to GA-7D.
			8226 converted to GA-7D.  On display at AMVETS Post 7, North Vernon, IN Dec 2007
			8229 at Davis Monthan AFB as gate guard, painted as 71-0358
			8230 on display at American Legion Post 122, Cullom, Illinois
			8231 to AMARC as AE0002 May 1983
68-8232/8281	Cancelled contract for Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D Corsair II
68-8282		Sikorsky HH-3E Jolly Green Giant
			MSN 61-628.  W/o in 1981
68-8283/8286	Sikorsky HH-53C
			MSN 65130/133 or 65146/149 (not sure which of these MSNs are correct)
			8283 (3rd ARRG, 40th ARRS) shot down by ground fire 1 mi S of Ban Tang, Savannakhet Province, Laos Jun 30, 1970.
				All 5 onboard killed.
			8284 May 1971 to Jan 1972 in South East Asia, call sign JG 55.  Made two known aircrew recoveries, on Sep 5, 1971 and
				Dec 19, 1971.  Made three-week detachment to Royal Aircraft Establishment airfield at West Freugh,
				Scotland, Cconverted to MH-53M Pave Low III, later to Pave Low IV.  Involved in Operation Desert Shield from Aug 1990 
				and later in Bosnia-Herzgovina 1992/1994 and Operation Desert Thunder in 1998.  Retired Sep 26, 2008 from service 
				with 20th SOS and transferred to USAF Museum.  Arrived by C-17 at RAF Brize Norton, UK Oct 28, 2008.  Moved from 
				Brize Norton to RAF Cosford Dec 17, 2008 by RAF Globemaster ZZ176 for eventual display
				at RAF Museum Cold War Hall.  By 2009 was on display there. 
			8285 (3rd ARRG, 40th ARRS) hit by ground fire while hovering and crashed while attempting to revover AQM-34B
				drone in Laos.  Crew all survived and were rescued by Air America helicopter.  Helo was destroyed
				by US to prevent capture.			
			8286 converted to MH-53M.  Damaged in Afghanistan Mar 18, 2002.  AFM 1/2006
68-8287/8931	Ryan BQM-34A/D Firebee drones
			514 were BQM-34A, 131 were BQM-34D.
68-8932/8935	McDonnell Douglas C-9A Nightingale
			MSN 47297/47300.  DC-9-32CF developed for USAF as an aeromedical version.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			8932 (MSN 47297) delivered Oct 14, 1968.  Last assignment 11th AS, Scott AFB, IL.  To AMARC as CN0003 Aug 21, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			8933 (MSN 47298) delivered Nov 27, 1968.  Last assignment 11th AS, Scott AFB, IL.  To AMARC as CN0002 Aug 20, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Departed AMARC Dec 1, 2010, scrapped by New Phoenix Metals
			8934 (MSN 47299) delivered Dec 18, 1968.  Last assignment 11th AS, Scott AFB, IL.  To AMARC as CN0008 Aug 28, 2003.  
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Departed AMARC Jan 18, 2011, scrapped by New Phoenix Metals
			8935 (MSN 47300) delivered Feb 6, 1969.   Last assignment 11th AS, Scott AFB, IL.  To AMARC as CN0004 Aug 25, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008  Appears on USAF inventory
				as CN0004 and on US Navy as 4C0005
68-8936/8943	Cessna U-17B 
			For FMS
			8936 MSN 185-01384
			8937 MSN 185-01389
			8938 MSN 185-01394
			8939 MSN 185-01396
			8940 MSN 185-01400
			8941 MSN 185-01403
			8942 MSN 185-01422
			8943 MSN 185-01426
68-8944/8977	Cessna T-41D Mescalero
			MSN R172-0302/0335.
			8944/8957 sold to Philippines
			8958/8977 sold to South Vietnam
			8966 (MSN R172-0324) to Thai AF as F14-1/11 Sep 1968.  Noted with Thai AF
				Civil Flying Training Squadron at Don Muang Aug 2005 bearing serials
				8966 and 60420.
			8967 (MSN R172-0325) to Thai AF as F14-2/11 Sep 1968.  Noted with Thai AF
				Civil Flying Training Squadron at Don Muang Aug 2005 bearing serials
				8967 and 60421.
			8968 (MSN R172-0326) to Thai AF as F14-3/11 Sep 1968.  Noted with Thai AF
				Civil Flying Training Squadron at Don Muang Aug 2005 bearing serials
				8968 and 60422.
			8969 (MSN R172-0327) to Thai AF as F14-4/11 Sep 1968.  Reported W/O Dec 1978
			8970 (MSN R172-0328) to Thai AF as F14-5/11 Sep 1968.  Noted in wrecked
				condition at Don Muang Jun 1996, still there May 1997.  Not 
				reported since so presumably subsequently scrapped.
			8971 (MSN R172-0329) to Thai AF as F14-6/11 Sep 1968.  W/o Mar 22, 1980
			8972 (MSN R172-0330) to Thai AF as F14-7/11 Sep 1968.
			8973 (MSN R172-0331) to Thai AF as F14-8/11 Sep 1968.  Noted with Thai AF
				Civil Flying Training Squadron at Don Muang Aug 2005 bearing serials
				8973 and 60427.  Has apparently previously worn serial 60425
			8974 (MSN R172-0332) to Thai AF as F14-9/11 Sep 1968.  Reported W/O Mar 1997
			8975 (MSN R172-0333) to Thai AF as F14-10/11 Sep 1968.
			8976 (MSN R172-0334) to Thai AF as F14-11/11 Sep 1968.  Crashed at Don Muang Mar 24, 1991
			8977 (MSN R172-0335) to Thai AF as F14-12/11 Sep 1968.  Noted with Thai AF
				Civil Flying Training Squadron at Don Muang Aug 2005 bearing serials
				8977 and 60430.  Noted Feb 27, 2009 still in service.
68-8978/9042	General Dynamics AGM-78 Standard missiles
68-9043/9085	Northrop F-5A-40-NO Freedom Fighter
			MSN N.6409/6412, 6418/6456
			9043/9046 (MSN N.6409/N.6412) to South Korea
			9047 (MSN N.6418) to Iran.  Transferred to Greek AF
			9048,9049 (MSN N.6149/N.6420) to South Korea
				9048 to Philippines in 1998
			9050,9051 (MSN N.6421, N.6422) to Taiwan
			9052,9053 to Iran
			9052 to Iran
			9053 (MSN N.6424) to Iran, later to Jordan as 842, later to Greek AF
			9054/9056 (MSN N.6425/N.6427) to Greece
			9057 (MSN N.6428) to Iran, to Jordan, later to Greece
			9058 (MSN N.6429) to Greece
			9059/9085 (MSN N.6430/N.6456) to Iran
				9061 (MSN N.6432) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF in 1989.  W/o Feb 1, 1995
				9063 (MSN N.6434) to Jordanian AF, then to Hellenic AF as 063.  Preserved in
					park at Stilida, Greece in vandalized condition.
				9064 (MSN N.6435) to Greek AF as 064
				9065 (MSN N.6436) to Greek AF as 065.  Preserved at Sedes AB, Greece.
				9066 (MSN N.6437) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF
				9067 (MSN N.6438) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF
				9068 (MSN N.6439) to Greek AF
				9070 (MSN N.6441) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF in 1989
				9071 (MSN N.6442) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF in 1983.
					Now on display at Polemiko Mouseio, Athens, Greece
				9072 (MSN N.6443) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF in 1989.  Noted stored at Nea Anchialos Sep 2005
				9073 (MSN N.6444) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF.  Noted preserved at Nea Anchialos
					Sep 2005.
				9074 (MSN N.6445) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF
				9075 (MSN N.6446) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF in 1983
				9076 (MSN N.6447) to us civil registry in 1995 as N41875.  Later to
					Philippines
				9077 (MSN N.6448) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF as 689077 in 1983.  Now preserved at Nea Aghialos
					AB, Greece.
				9078 (MSN N.6449) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF
				9079 (MSN N.6450) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF in 1983
				9080 (MSN N.6452) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF in 1983
				9081 (MSN N.6453) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF as 89081.  Preserved at Tanagra Air Base in Nov 2009 as 68908
				9083 (MSN N.6454) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF
				9084 (MSN N.6455) to Jordanian AF, later to Hellenic AF
				9085 (MSN N.6456) to US civil registry as N4190Y in 1995.
68-9086/9096	Northrop F-5B-30-NO Freedom Fighter
			MSN N.8064/8074
			9086 (MSN N.8064) to Iran as 3-512, later 3-7007.  Later to Jordan,
				to US civil registry as N7169P
			9087 (MSN N.8065) to Iran 
			9091 (MSN N.8069) to Iran
			9092 to Greece
			9093 (MSN N.8071) to Iran, later to Jordan, then to Greece
			9094/9095 (MSN N.8072/N.8073) to South Korea
			9096 (MSN N.8074) to Taiwan
68-9097/9113	Northrop RF-5A-40-NO Freedom Fighter
			MSN 1014/1016,G.1001/1014.
			9097/9099 (MSN RF.1014/RF.1016) to Turkey.  
				9097 w/o 2/19/1969 Goose Bay, Canada on delivery flight.
			9100 (MSN RFG.1001) to Royal Norwegian AF as 89100, later as 100.  To Turkey 12/22/1987.  With 1284 Filo, crashed Sep 29, 1993 at Guzelova near
				Antalya, Turkey shortly after takeoff.  Pilot and seven on ground killed.
			9101 (MSN RFG.1002) to Royal Norwegian AF as 89101, later as 101.  To Nordic Ammunition Company at Raufoss, Norway for
				ammunition testing, then scrapped.  Forward fuselage to Vik, near Grimstad, Norway
			9102 (MSN RFG.1003) to Royal Norwegian AF as 89102, later as 102.  To LTS, Kjevik AFB for 
				ground instruction.  Noted spring 2004 at Norwegian Aviation Museum, Bodo,
				Norway.
			9103 (MSN RFG.1004) to Royal Norwegian AF as 89103, later as 103.  To Turkey 12/22/1987.
			9104 (MSN RFG.1005) to Royal Norwegian AF as 89104, later as 104.  Crashed 8/11/1975 Arendal.
			9105 (MSN RFG.1006) to Royal Norwegian AF as 89105, later as 105.  To LTS, Kjevik AFB for 
				ground instruction.  In 2013 was in Gardermoen Museum, Oslo, Norway
			9106 (MSN RFG.1007) to Royal Norwegian AF as 89106, later as 106.  To Turkey 11/22/1987.
			9107 (MSN RFG.1008) to Royal Norwegian AF as 89107, later as 107.  To Turkey 11/22/1987.
			9108 (MSN RFG.1009) to Royal Norwegian AF as 89108, later as 108.  
			9109 (MSN RFG.1010) to Royal Norwegian AF as 89109, later as 109.  Crashed 3/15/1974 Havrefjell.
			9110 (MSN RFG.1011) to Royal Norwegian AF as 89110, later as 110.  To Nordic Ammunition Company at Raufoss,
				Norway for ammunition testing, then scrapped during 1989.  Forward fuselage to Vik, near Grimstad, Norway
			9111 (MSN RFG.1012) to Royal Norwegian AF as 89111.  Crashed 5/7/1971 Kokken, Eidsvoll.
			9112 (MSN RFG.1013) to Royal Norwegian AF as 89112.  Crashed 3/15/1974 Havrefjell.
			9113 (MSN RFG.1014) to Royal Norwegian AF as 89113, later as 113.
68-9114/10328	Hughes AIM-4D Falcon missiles
68-10329/10340	Lockheed U-2R
			Articles 051/062
			10329 (Article 051) first flew as N803X Aug 28, 1967.  To Republic of China AF
				with side number 3925.  Transferred to 9th SRW in 1981.  Reconfigured as U-2S May 1995.
			10330 (Article 052) delivered to 100 SRW late 1968.  USed in Navy EPX trials in 1970.
				Transferred to 9th SRW in 1976. lost Dec 7, 1977 at RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus when stalled on takeoff and crashed into 
				an operations building, killing the pilot USAF Capt Robert A. Henderson, 4 RAF airmen, and 2 Cypriots.
			10331 (Article 053) to Republic of China AF  To 100th SRW early 1975, to 9th SRW in 1976.
				Reconfigured to U-2S Aug 1996
			10332 (Article 054) to Republic of China AF, transferred to 100th SRW in early
				1975, to 9th SRW in 1976.  Lost Jan 15, 1992 in Sea of Japan off
				the coast of Korea.  USAF pilot Capt Marty McGregor killed.
			10333 (Article 055) to Republic of China AF. Transferred to 100th SRW in early
				1975, to 9th SRW in 1976.  Crashed May 22, 1984 at Osan AFB, Korea
				due to problems with engine mounts which caused the tail to blow off.
				USAF pilot Dave Bonzi survived.  Wreckage shipped back to Beale AFB, CA and
				destroyed.
			10334 (Article 056) lost Aug 16, 1975 in Gulf of Thailand.  Pilot Jon T. Little survived.
			10335 (Article 057) to Republic of China AF.  Crashed during training mission near Taiwan Nov 24, 1970 with RoCAF
				pilot Maj. Chi-Hsien "Denny" Huang, whjo was killed. 
			10336 (Article 058) delivered to 100th SRW, transferred to 9th SRW in 1976.  was first ASARS aircraft,
				1981. Reconfigured to U-2S.  Is permanently assigned to flight test duties at Palmdale, CA. Carries 'WR' 
				tailcode as USAF's U-2 program management is based at Warner-Robins AFB, GA.  Seen at California
				Capital airshow Sep 12, 2010 in marks of 9th RS.
			10337 (Article 059) to U-2S.   Damaged with 99th SRS in U-Tapao RTNAF, Thailand May 16, 1975.
				Crashed May 24, 1988 at Patrick AFB, FL.  USAF pilot Alan E. Crawford survived.  Aircraft
				was taken to Palmdale and rebuilt.  Aircraft accumulated 20,000 flying
				hours on Sep 20, 2000 when flying out of Prince Sultan Air Base,
				Saudi Arabia.
			10338 (Article 060) used by US Navy for EPX trials during feasibility study of oceanic survelliance.
				Crashed Aug 29, 1995 while taking off from RAF Fairford, UK on Bosnian
				overflight mission.  managed to get his aircraft turned around and upon touching down, the U-2 veered left and exploded into flames. USAF
				Capt. David Hawkens ejected horizontally from the aircraft but sustained fatal injuries and died later in a local hospital.
			10339 (Article 061) used by US Navy for EPX trials in 1976.  To 100th SRW in
				early 1972, to 9th SRW in 1976.  Crashed on training flight
				Dec 13, 1993 at Beale AFB, CA.  Pilot Capt Richard Schneider was killed.
			10340 (Article 062) lost Oct 5, 1980 at Osan AB, Korea.  USAF pilot Cleveland H. Wallace survived.
68-10341/10353	Lockheed U-2R
			Cancelled, but deception serials worn by those above at various times.
68-10354/10369	Sikorsky HH-53C 
			MSN 65-160/175 or 65-184/199 (not sure which of these MSNs are correct)
			10354 lost Oct 3, 1986.  Settled with power and crashed short
				of landing zone during ridgeline approach.
			10355 (6594th TG) lost Jan 15, 1985 when MRB separated from head while
				hovering over vessel "Asian Beauty" 540 nautical miles N of Honolulu 
				during attempt to pick up sick seaman.  Crashed on deck of the vessel.
				All 7 crewmembers killed.
			10356 converted to MH-53J.  To AMARC as HC0044 Oct 5, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			10357 (MH-53E Pave Low I) was "Apple 1" during Son Tay raid, Nov 21, 1970.  Later
				converted to MH-53J.  Flew final mission and last flight supporting
				special operations forces Mar 28, 2008 in Iraq.  Now on display at
				USAF Museum.
			10358 converted to MH-53J.  To AMARC as HC0045 Oct 18, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			10359 (40th ARRS) crashed 7 km NE from Chan Tuy, Cambodia Mar 27, 1972. All 5 crew killed.
			10360 converted to MH-53J.  To AMARC as HC0036 Jan 10, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			10361 destroyed Aug 18, 1972 on ground at Danang AB during 
				VC rocket attack.
			10362 (40th ARRS) lost tail rotor and crashed during logistics mission at Tonle Sap, Cambodia Jun 14, 1973. 
				3 killed, 2 survived.
			10363 converted to MH-53J.  (58th SOW/551st SOS) crashed while searching for occupants of crashed Cessna 172 N3535E
				near Durango, CO.  All occupants escaped unhurt.  Recovered for salvage.
				To AMARC as HC0037 May 18, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			10364 converted to MH-53J Pave Low.  (20th SOS) crashed June 2, 1999, Ft. Bragg, NC.
				One killed.  To AMARC as HC0031 Jul 17, 2003.
			10365 (37th ARRS) shot down by AAA during "Bat 21" rescue attempt Apr 6, 1972, SE of Mieu Giang River/Cam Lo
				bridge Quang Tri Province, SVN.  All 6 aboard killed. 
			10366 (37th ARRS) crashed Nov 25, 1971 near DaNang, SVN.  Pilot shot, slumped
				over onto controls.  4 of 5 killed.
			10367 converted to MH-53H.  To MASDC.  Now on display at Hill Aerospace Museum,
				Ogden, UT.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			10368 crashed June 24, 1977 at Woodbridge AB, UK during approach
				to airfield.  Now a cockpit trainer at Kirtland AFB.
			10369 converted to MH-53M.  Reported Sep 2008 preserved at Hill AFB, Utah.
68-10370/10375	Ryan BQM-34A Firebee drones.
68-10376/10377	Ryan BQM-34D Firebee drones.
68-10378/10388	Handley Page C-10A Jetstream
			Original serial number allocation may have been 68-10378/10392. MSN 219,226,228,232,236,239,
				242,244,247,250,260,270,272,273,277.
			There is a reference that has the USAF as selling its C-10As for scrap to a British dealer in 1972.   
				This seems to indicate that the aircraft were actually delivered in some state, perhaps uncompleted.
			10385/10388 construction was commenced but not completed when order was cancelled.  By this time,
				Handley Page was in receivership.  
68-10389/10488	Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike missiles
68-10489/10490	Northrop RF-5A-40-NO Freedom Fighter
			MSN RFG.1015/RFG.1016.  Sold to Norway.  Both to Turkey 12/22/1987.
			10489 (184 Filo) crashed near Lake Van, Turkey Sep 17, 1993.  Pilot died of his injuries.
68-10491/10530	General Dynamics AGM-78A Standard missiles
68-10531/10536	Beech YQU-22A
			MSN CED.1/6.  Modification of Beech 33 Debonair.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			10531 (MSN CED.1) w/o  Jun 11, 1969 when engine failed and aircraft crashed
				in SEA.  Pilot survived.
			10532 (MSN CED.2) w/o Aug 21, 1969 when engine failed and aircraft
				crashed in SEA.  Pilot killed.
			10533 (MSN CED.3) to MASDC as HX001 Sep 26, 1970.  Declared excess Dec 8, 1970,
				to civil registry as N52242
			10534 (MSN CED.4) to MASDC Sep 29, 1970.  Declared excess Dec 8, 1970,
				to civil registry as N83475.  W/o Oct 17, 1984 when crashed near
				Fancy Gap, VA in bad weather with 1000 pounds of marijuana found onboard.
			10535 (MSN CED.5) to MASDC Sep 29, 1970.  Declared excess Dec 8, 1970,
				to civil registry as N90524
			10536 (MSN CED.6) to MASDC as HX004 Oct 5, 1970.  Declared excess Dec 8, 1970,
				to civil registry as N94499.
68-10537	Serial number not used
68-10538	Cessna U-17B
			MSN 185-01442.  To Laotian AF Dec 12, 1968, to Philippine AF.  Sold to Costa Rica
68-10539/10738	Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike missiles
68-10739/10754	Sikorsky HH-53C
			Cancelled contract
68-10755/10769	Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike missiles
68-10770	Bensen X-25A Gyrocopter
			Model B.8M ulralight rotorcraft used as a discretionary
			descent research vehicle.  At Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins, GA.  Noted 1997 at USAFM, WPAFB
68-10771	Bensen X-25B Gyrocopter
			Ultralight unpowered rotorcraft used as discretionary descent research vehicle.
			On display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum, Edwards AFB, California
68-10772/10776	Bell UH-1N-BF Iroquois
			MSN 31001/31005.
			10772 converted to GUH-1N
			10774 leased to Colombian National Police by
				US Department of State.
68-10777/10827	Cessna A-37B Dragonfly
			MSN 43128/43178
			10816,10818 converted to OA-37B
			All to South Vietnam except 10778,10811/10813,10816,10818,10819.
			10778 (8th Special Operations Squadron 35th Tactical Fighter Wing) shot down by ground fire Jan 27, 1971 during an night
				mission while attacking a target Near Phum Khsach Sa 30 Miles Southeast of Phnom Penh Cambodia.  Pilot KIA.
			10779 (MSN 43130) caputured in Apr 1975 by North Vietnam.  Bought in 1989 by Colin Pay and Noel Vinson and brought
				to Australia.  Restored to flying condition.  Registered VH-XVA Jul 15, 1994
			10793 captured Apr 1975 by North Vietnam.  On display outside Tan Son Nhut Air Force Museum, Vietnam.  Number 0475 
				painted on tail.
			10805 (MSN 43156) currently flying with the Temora Aviation Museum as VH-DLO
			10807 (MSN 43158) with G. W. Nielsen of Towoomba, Queensland, Australia as VH-BPM.
				Registered Jul 18, 2005 to Stirling Aviation, Ltd of NSW as VH-AZD.
			10816 (OA-37B) to Uruguayan AF as 278.
			10818 (OA-37B) as J6-19-28/21111 with Tango Squadron, Royal Thai Air Force at Don Muang, Bangkok in Nov 2010.
68-10828/10872	Cessna O-2A-CE Super Skymaster
			MSN 337M-0193/0237.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			10843,10845/10847,10850,10855,10856,10859, 10853 at Hill AFB, Utah.
			10829 (MSN 337M-0194) to civil registry as N829AF Sep 25, 1996
			10831 (MSN 337M-0196) on civil registry as N5259W Aug 20, 1998
			10832 (MSN 337M-0107) registered N2727E Jul 13, 2007.
			10834 (MSN 337M-0199) sold to South Korea
			10838 (MSN 337M-0203) to El Salvador as 616 Jul 1990
			10839 (MSN 337M-0204) 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by automatic weapons
				fire 25 mi NW of Kampong Cham City, Kampong Cham Province, Cambodia Oct 1, 1970.  Both crew KIA.
			10840 (MSN 337M-0205) sold to Botswana 1993
			10841 (MSN 337M-0206) 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group hit by ground fire 35 mi S of
				Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam and crashlanded Jan 31, 1971.  Crew of 2 survived and were rescued by US
				Army helicopter.
			10842 (MSN 337M-0207) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 366th Tactical Fighter Wing hit by ground fire south of DMZ in
				Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Apr 2, 1972.  Flew out to sea, where pilot bailed out and was rescued by US Navy
				ship.
			10843 (MSN 337M-0208) sold to South Vietnam
			10845 (MSN 337M-0210) sold to South Vietnam
			10846 (MSN 337M-0211) sold to South Vietnam
			10847 (MSN 337M-0212) sold to South Vietnam
			10848 (MSN 337M-0213) on display at Travis AFB Museum, California
			10849 (MSN 337M-0214) to civil registry as N849AF Oct 6, 2000
			10850 (MSN 337M-0215) sold to South Vietnam
			10851 (MSN 337M-0216) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group hit by ground fire near Hue,
				Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Jul 23, 1969.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
			10852 (MSN 337M-0217) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group fell from sling while being
				airlifted for repairs by CH-47 near Da Nang, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Nov 7, 19679.
			10853 (MSN 337M-0218) on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah since 1983
			10855 (MSN 337M-0220) sold to South Vietnam
			10856 (MSN 337M-0221) sold to South Vietnam
			10857 (MSN 337M-0222) to MASDC as HV0211. 
			10859 (MSN 337M-0224) sold to South Vietnam
			10860 (MSN 337M-0225) sold to South Vietnam
			10861 (MSN 337M-0226) sold to South Vietnam
			10862 (MSN 337M-0227) flying as N202AF in Northern Ohio.  On display at MAPS Air Museum, Ohio.
			10863 (MSN 337M-0228) sold to South Vietnam
			10864 (MSN 337M-0229) 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group hit by small arms fire 35 mi W of
				Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jan 18, 1970.  Headed east but crashed near Plei Djereng, killing the pilot.
			10865 (MSN 337M-0230) to AMARC as 2L0041 May 2, 1994
			10866 (MSN 337M-0231)  to MASDC as HV0281.  To civil regiswtry as N87534
			10868 (MSN 337M-0233) to civil registry as N4101P May 25, 1991
			10869 (MSN 337M-0234) to AMARC as 2L0057 MAy 2, 1994.  Sold to Chile Navy Oct 1997 as 331.  To Museo Nacional
				Aeronautico y del Espacio, Los Cerillos, Santiago, Chile in Dec 2014l
			10871 (MSN 337M-0236) became N635NA
68-10873/10882	Serial numbers not used
68-10883/10921	cancelled contract for General Dynamics FB-111A
68-10922/10933	Sikorsky CH-53C 
			10922/10926 MSN 65218/65222, 10927/10933 MSN 65225/65231
			10923, 10924, 10928, 10930, 10932 to MH-53J
			10922 crashed Nov 1971 when impacted ground during night
				approach to remote landing zone.
			10923 (MSN 65219) converted to MH-53H, later MH-53J.  To AMARC as HC0039 May 18, 2007.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			10925 (21st SOS, 56th SOW) hit by ground fire on beach of Koh Tang Island during Mayaguez rescue May 15, 1975.  
				1 killed (2Lt Richard Vandegeer, last name inscribed on Vietnam Memorial).
			10926 (21st SOS, 56th SOW) crippled by ground fire on beach of Koh Tang island
				during Mayaguez rescue May 15, 1975, took off, limped off shore, and crashed.  One Killed
			10927 crashed with 601 TACW, 601 TASS Mar 17, 1976 in Germany.  Rolled over and crashed inverted 
				from hover due to primary servo bolt breakage.  All four killed.
			10928 (MH-53M Pave Low) delivered to the Air Force on July 2, 1970.   It was a much traveled aircraft with assignments 
				at various locations in Thailand, Germany, United Kingdom, Philippines, and South Korea. This helicopter 
				took part in the May 1975 SS Mayaguez Rescue operation and sustained major battle damage to the engine, 
				rotor blades, and instrument panel. The legacy of tail number 68-10928 came to a close in the 
				hands of Maj. Frank Cooper, 20th Special Operations Squadron, who piloted the MH-53 on its final flight 
				July 29, 2007 in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM.   Retired from USAF Dec 3, 2007.  Put on display at 
				Hurlburt Field Memorial Air Park, Florida Dec 3, 2007.
			10929 lost in combat Feb 1971 due to damaged tail rotor by ground fire during infiltration, crashed in landing 
				zone
			10930 (MSN 65259) converted to MH-53M.  (20th SOS) badly damaged near Ali Al Salem, Kuwait Feb 13, 2003
				when crew misjudged night landing in brownout conditions.  Some minor injuries.
				To AMARC as HC0033 Aug 25, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			10931 (21st SOS, 56th SOW) lost in combat over Laos Mar 1, 1971.  Took ground fire, crashed and
				burned in landing zone.  2/4 killed.
			10932 w/o June 6, 1995.  Catastrophic engine failure on
				approach, ruptured fuel and oil lines, burned in 
				landing zone.  No fatalities.
			10933 took part in May 1975 SS Mayaguez rescue operation.  With 21st SOS, 56th SOW crashed May 14, 1975 enroute from
				Nakhon Panom to U Tapao.  Main rotor blade separated from head in flight.  All 18 security police and
				five crew onboard killed.
68-10934/10951	Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
			MSN 4314/4331.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			10934 (MSN 382-4314, 43rd AW, 41st AS) no 4 engine disingegrated, causing it to fall off Sep 5, 2001.
				To AMARC as CR0166 Apr 30, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory May 15, 2008
				but quoted as CF0207
			10935 (MSN 382-4315) to 64th TAW, 1969-70, 314th TAW 1973, 464th TAW 1974,
				314th TAW, 1975, 317th TAW 1975-76, 435th TAW 1977-81.
			10936 (MSN 382-4316) w/o Nov 30, 1978 when it crashed 36 mi W of
				Charleston, SC after being struck by lightning.  6 crew killed. (ASN)
			10937 (MSN 382-4317) to 314th TAW, then 43rd AW, to AMARC Apr 27, 2004.
			10938 (MSN 382-4318) to AMARC Feb 10, 2003 as CF0197.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			10939 (MSN 382-4319) seen in March 2003 at Prestwick airport in Scotland, heading
				for the Gulf.  To AMARC as CF0214 Apr 5, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			10940 (MSN 382-4320) to AMARC Feb 2003.
			10941 (MSN 382-4321) to AMARC Feb 2003.
			10942 (MSN 382-4322) damaged in collision with F-16 88-171 Mar 23, 1994 Pope AFB, NC.
				Tail removed from 70-1269 to fix it.  To AMARC Feb 2003.
			10943 (MSN 382-4323)
			10944 (MSN 382-4324) with 435th TAW crashed near Borja, Spain Feb 29, 1984.  18 killed.
			10945 (MSN 382-4325, 317th TAW) crashed Fort Bragg, NC Jul 1, 1987.  5 of 6 onboard killed, 
				one on ground killed.
			10946 (MSN 382-4326) w/o Nov 2, 1984 when crashed on hard landing
				at Giebelstadt, Germany.  Nose was grafted onto 64-0539.  Aircraft sold for scrap and destroyed in 2013.
			10947 (MSN 382-4327).  In use as ground instructional airframe at Ramstein AB, Germany 
				To AMARC as CF0264 Jul 25, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			10948 (MSN 382-4328)
			10949 (MSN 382-4329)
			10950 (MSN 382-4330) fuselage section as ground trainer at Little Rock AFB, AK
			10951 (MSN 382-4331) crashed at Ft. Campbell, KY Dec 10, 1978.  All 5
				onboard killed (ASN)
68-10952/10957	Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
			Sold to Norway as BW-A/BW-F.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			10952 (MSN 382-4334) to Royal Norwegian AF as 952 "Odin" BW-A.  Reported as LN-SUW c1970, returned to RNoAF.
				To AMARC as AYCF0002 Nov 12, 2008.
			10953 (MSN 382-4335) to Royal Norwegian AF  as 953 "Tor" BW-B.  Reportes as LN-SUR c1970 but NTU.  Made last operational
				flight Jun 10, 2007. WFU and stored at Gardermoen for spares.  Put on display at Norwegian Armed Forces Aircraft 
				Collection, Oslo Gardermoen Airport
			10954 (MSN 382-4336) to Royal Norwegian AF  as 954 "Balder" BW-C.  To AMARC as AYCF0003 Dec 1, 2008.
			10955 (MSN 382-4337) to Royal Norwegian AF  as 955 "Froy" BW-D.  To AMARC as AYCF0001 Oct 2, 2008
			10956 (MSN 382-4338) to Royal Norwegian AF  as 956 "Ty" BW-E.  To AMARC as AYCF0004 Dec 11, 2008.
			10957 (MSN 382-4339) to Royal Norwegian AF  as 957 "Brage" BW-F.  To AMARC as AYCF0005 Dec 15, 2008.
68-10958/10961	McDonnell Douglas C-9A Nightingale
			MSN 47366,47367,47448,47449.  DC-9-32CF developed for USAF as an aeromedical version.
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			10958 (MSN 47366) delivered Oct 1, 1969.  Last assignment 11th AS, Scott AFB, IL.  To AMARC as CN0005 Aug 25, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			10959 (MSN 47367) delivered Nov 7, 1969.  Last assignment 11th AS, Scott AFB, IL.  Flew last operational aeromedical 
				evacuation flight in continental US by a C-9 Aug 18, 2003 from Scott AFB, IL to Kelly Field, TX 
				via Fort Campbell, KY and Alexandria IAP, LA.  To AMARC as CN0007 Aug 27, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008, on USAF inventory as CN0007 and
				on US Navy inventory as 4C0006
			10960 (MSN 47448) delivered Dec 2, 1969.  Last assignment 11th AS, Scott AFB, IL.  To AMARC as CN0006 Aug 26, 2003.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Departed AMARC Jan 18, 2011, scrapped by New Phoenix Metals
			10961 (MSN 47449) to AMARC as CN0011 Sep 4, 2003.  Last assignment 11th AS, Scott AFB, IL
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Departed AMARC Jan 18, 2011, scrapped by New Phoenix Metals
68-10962/11070	Cessna O-2A-CE Super Skymaster
			MSN 337M-0238/0346.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			10973,10988,10991,10994,10996,11007/11011,11019,11021,11023/11025,11035,11037,11037,
				11039,11043,11060,11062,11066,11069 sold to South Vietnam
			10962 (MSN 337M-0238) on display at Shaw AFB, South Carolina.
			10963 (MSN 337M-0239) to civil registry as N326MT Mar 14, 2001.  In 1987 was in use at Honolulu 
				Community College/University of Hawaii at Honolulu IAP as engineering teaching aid
			10965 (MSN 337M-0241) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by small arms
				fire 10 mi E of Hue, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Nov 5, 1970.  2 crew KIA.
			10966 (MSN 337M-0242) was instructional airframe Oct 1990 with Long Island Cith Aviation High School, New York.
			10967 (MSN 337M-0243) to MASDC as HV0165 Nov 24, 1980.  Registered as N3018T Mar 2002.	
			10968 (MSN 337M-0244) to civil registry as N325MT Mar 14, 2001.  In 1987 was in use at Honolulu 
				Community College/University of Hawaii at Honolulu IAP as engineering teaching aid.
			10969 (MSN 337M-0245) 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group hit by ground fire near 
				O Rang, Kampong Cham Province, Cambodia and crashlanded Oct 7, 1970.  Two crew were rescued by South Vietnamese
				AF helicopter
			10970 (MSN 337M-0246) to USDA Forest Serivice as N471DF Apr 13, 1976
			10971 (MSN 337M-0247) to AMARC as 2L0046 May 2, 1994.
			10972 (MSN 337M-0248) in 1987 was in use at Honolulu Community College/University of Hawaii at Honolulu 
				IAP as engineering teaching aid
			10973 (MSN 337M-0249) sold to South Vietnam
			10975 (MSN 337M-0251) 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group lost to unknown cause
				25 mi W of Nha trang in Ninh Thuan Province, South Vietnam Oct 21, 1969.  Both crew killed.
			10976 (MSN 337M-0252) to MASDC as HV0145 Apr 1980.  Stored at Greeley Weld County APT, CO.  On civil
				registry as N8749J since Feb 4, 1994.
			10977 (MSN 337M-0253) to MASDC as HV0171 Apr 27, 1981
			10978 (MSN 337M-0254) to USDA Forest Service as N470DF Feb 14, 1980
			10980 (MSN 337M-0256) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 6498th Air Base Wing destroyed on ground by VC rocket attack
				at Da Nang AB, South Vietnam Aug 18, 1972.
			10981 (MSN 337M-0257) 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron 377th Air Base Wing hit by ground fire 10 mi NW of Ban Loc, 
				Lam dong Province, South Vietnam Jun 5, 1972.  Aircraft crashlanded, injured pilot rescued by USAF helicopter.
			10982 (MSN 337M-0258) 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron 377th Air Base Wing shot down by automatic weapons fire near Phu My
				12 mi N of Phu Cat, Binh Dinh Province, South Vietnam Jun 26, 1972.  Both crew KIA.
			10983 (MSN 337M-0259) to MASDC as HV0220
			10984 (MSN 337M-0260) to civil registry as N6529Z May 5, 2002
			10986 (MSN 337M-0262) to civil registry as N337DE Sep 10, 1996
			10987 (MSN 337M-0263) 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group hit by small arms fire about 5 mi
				S of Saigon, Gia Dinh Province, South Vietnam Sep 12, 1969.  Attempted emergency landing, but all 3 onboard KIA.
			10988 (MSN 337M-0264) sold to South Vietnam
			10989 (MSN 337M-0265) to MASDC as HV0181 Aug 3, 1981.  To Chile.  Now in hangar at Chilean 
				Naval Base at Vina Del Mar Oct 2003
			10990 (MSN 337M-0266) to civil registry as N465DF Dec 5, 2001.  Now at Lake Area Technical Institute, Watertown,
				SD as N337SD.  
			10991 (MSN 337M-0267) sold to South Vietnam
			10992 (MSN 337M-0268) 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground fire 20 mi
				NW of Nha Trrang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Sep 5, 1970.  Pilot believed KIA.
			10994 (MSN 337M-0270) sold to South Vietnam
			10995 (MSN 337M-0271) 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group suffered engine failure and
				made crash landing at Nha Trang AB, South Vietnam Oct 6, 1969.  Crew of 2 survived.
			10996 (MSN 337M-0272) sold to South Vietnam
			10997 (MSN 337M-0273) at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI.
			10999 (MSN 337M-0275) 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group crashed from unknown cause
				over Phuoc Tuy Province, south Vietnam Dec 24, 1969.  Crashed From Unknown Cause 12 Minutes After Take off Over 
				Phuoc Tuy Province South Vietnam. This Aircraft Was Stolen By (2) U.S. Air Force Men That Were Not Pilots.  
				Both were killed.
			11000 (MSN 337M-0276, 377th ABW, 21st TASS) shot down by AAA at An Loc, SVN May 11, 1972. Pilot KIA.
			11001 (MSN 337M-0277) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground fire
				near Ban Pelou, Sekong Province, Laos Feb 19, 1971.  Both crew KIA.
			11002 (MSN 337M-0278) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground fire
				near Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam May 22, 1970.  Both crew KIA.
			11003 (MSN 337M-0279) 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron 377th Air Base Wing shot down by ground fire W of An Loc,
				Binh Ling Province, South Vietnam May 11, 1972.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.  
			11005 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group crashed during landing at Bien Hoa AB,
				South Vietnam Apr 22, 1970.  Pilot survived.
			11006 (MSN 337M-0282) to civil registry as N48305 Sep 15, 1983
			11007 (MSN 337M-0283) sold to South Vietnam
			11008 (MSN 337M-0284) sold to South Vietnam
			11009 (MSN 337M-0285) sold to South Vietnam
			11010 (MSN 337M-0286) sold to South Vietnam
			11011 (MSN 337M-0287) sold to South Vietnam
			11014 (MSN 337M-0290) to civil registry as N467DF Sep 20, 2001
			11015 (MSN 337M-0291) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 366th Tactical Fighter Wing shot down by automatic weapons
				fire 10 mi SW of Hue, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Jun 25, 1972.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by
				US Army helicopter.
			11016 (MSN 337M-0292) to civil registry as N4880R
			11018 (MSN 337M-0294) to civil registry as N48233 Apr 6, 1998
			11021 (MSN 337M-0297) sold to South Vietnam
			11023 (MSN 337M-0299) sold to South Vietnam
			11024 (MSN 337M-0300) sold to South Vietnam
			11025 (MSN 337M-0301) sold to South Vietnam
			11026 (MSN 337M-0302) 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron 377th Air Base Wing shot down by ground fire near Phum
				Prasol, Prey veng Province, Cambodia Jun 27, 1972.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
			11028 (MSN 337M-0304) to MASDC Aug 14, 1981.  To Chile
			11029 (MSN 337M-0305) to civil registry as N256Y Oct 9, 2001
			11030 (MSN 337M-0306) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground fire
				near Ton Bon, Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam Aug 16, 1971.  Pilot KIA.
			11033 (MSN 337M-0309) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group collided with another aircraft over
				South Vietnam May 29, 1970.  Pilot survived.
			11034 (MSN 337M-0310) to civil registry as N172AB Jul 1, 1998
			11035 (MSN 337M-0311) sold to South Vietnam
			11036 (MSN 337M-0312)to civil registry as N468DE Oct 7, 1996
			11037 (MSN 337M-0313) sold to South Vietnam
			11038 (MSN 337M-0314) 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group crashed during landing when
				flew into wake turbulence of another aircraft at Bien Hoa Air Base, South Vietnam Sep 9, 1971.  Pilot injured 
				but survived.
			11039 (MSN 337M-0315) sold to South Vietnam
			11040 (MSN 337M-0316) 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron 377th Air Base Wing shot down by 37-mm AAA on Cambodian side
				of border with South Vientnam in Svay Rieng Province, Cambodia Jul 1, 1972.  Crew bailed out and were rescued.
			11041 (MSN 337M-0317) to civil registry as N1041 Sep 16, 1998
			11042 (MSN 337M-0318) to civil registry as N29SJ Oct 18, 2001
			11043 (MSN 337M-0319) sold to South Vietnam
			11044 (MSN 337M-0320) to civil registry as N7200R May 2, 1997
			11045 (MSN 337M-0321) to USDA Forest Service as N7200B Apr 13, 1976
			11046 (MSN 337M-0322) sold to Botswana 1993
			11048 (MSN 337M-0324) to civil registry as N6530S Dec 12, 1990
			11050 (MSN 337M-0326) sold to Botswana 1993
			11051 (MSN 337M-0327) (601st TCW) w/o Sep 6, 1974.  Report that civil registration N6530 pending
			11055 (MSN 337M-0331) to MASDC as HV0086.  To Lone Star Flight Museum as N5539G..
				Reregistered N302A Dec 16, 2008
			11056 (MSN 337M-0332) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 366th Tactical Fighter Wing shot down by ground fire 10
				mi NW of Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam May 24, 1972.  Pilot KIA.
			11057 (MSN 337M-0333) to MASDC as HV0203 Nov 1981.  Stored at Greeley Weld County APT, CO
			11058 (MSN 337M-0334) 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group shot down by ground
				fire near Ba To, 20 mi S of Quang Ngai City, Quang Ngai Province, South Vietnam Apr 4, 1970.  Pilot KIA.
			11059 (MSN 337M-0335) sold to South Korea
			11060 (MSN 337M-0336) sold to South Vietnam
			11062 (MSN 337M-0338) sold to South Vietnam
			11064 (MSN 337M-0340) 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron 504th Tactical Air Support Group collided in midair with
				US Army AH-1G 68-15121 over Cambodia May 2, 1970.  Both crew killed.
			11065 (MSN 337M-0341, 21 TASS, 377 ABW) shot down by SA-7 Nov 23, 1972.  Pilot rescued by helicopter.
			11066 (MSN 337M-0342) sold to South Vietnam
			11067 (MSN 337M-0343) on civil registry with USDA Forest Service as N475DF Apr 13, 1976
			11069 (MSN 337M-0345) sold to South Vietnam
68-11071/11074	Boeing 707-307C 
			MSN 19997/20000.  For Luftwaffe as 10+01/10+04.  
			10+01 now with NATO as LX-N19997.
			10+02 to E-8C JSTARS 99-0006 
			10+03 sold on civilian market as 3D-SGF, later 5Y-GFF, now ST-AQI, later to 5Y-BRV.  Stored at Sharjah, UAE
			10+04 now with NATO as LX-N20000.
68-11075/11121	Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike
68-11122/11173	Cessna O-2A-CE Super Skymaster
			MSN 337M-0347/0398.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			11149,11150 to US Army.
			11122 (MSN 337M-0347)  to civil registry as N102JD Dec 22, 1997.  To N360AM Nov 2, 2005.
			11123 (MSN 337M-0348) to AMARC as 2L0055 May 2, 1994.
				Sold to Chile Navy Oct 1997 as 337.  To civil registry as CC-LHI
			11124 (MSN 337M-0349) to MASDC as HV0202.  To civil registry as N57BB Nov 29, 1999
			11125 (MSN 337M-0350) to AMARC as 2L0053 May 2, 1994.  Sold to Chilean Navy Oct 1997
			11126 (MSN 337M-0351) to AMARC as 2L0047 May 2, 1994.  Sold to Chilean Navy Oct 1997.  Still on active duty Jan 2012
				as 333
			11127 (MSN 337M-0352) to civil registry as N727JC
			11128 (MSN 337M-0353) sold to South Korea
			11129 (MSN 337M-0354) sold to South Korea
			11131 (MSN 337M-0356) sold to South Korea
			11133 (MSN 337M-0358) sold to South Korea
			11136 (MSN 337M-0361) sold to South Korea
			11137 (MSN 337M-0362) sold to South Korea
			11139 (MSN 337M-0364) sold to South Korea
			11140 (MSN 337M-0365) sold to South Korea
			11142 (MSN 337M-0367) in 1987 was in use at Honolulu Community College/University of Hawaii at 
				Honolulu IAP as engineering teaching aid.  Seen dismantled at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor Oct 2007
			11143 (MSN 337M-0368) sold to South Korea
			11144 (MSN 337M-0369) in 1987 was on display at Wheeler AFB, Honolulu.
				Registered N4206V Nov 3, 2004.
			11145 (MSN 337M-0370) in 1987 was in use at Honolulu Community College/University of 
				Hawaii at Honolulu IAP as engineering teaching aid. Seen dismantled at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor Oct 2007 
			11146 (MSN 337M-0371) in 1987 was in use at Honolulu Community College/University of 
				Hawaii at Honolulu IAP as engineering teaching aid
			11147 (MSN 337M-0372) sold to South Korea
			11148 (MSN 337M-0373) sold to South Korea
			11149 (MSN 337M-0374) to Stone Mountain Museum, GA.  Became N8481L, presumably before going to Museum
			11150 (MSN 337M-0375) to civil registry as N409TH Aug 5, 1997
			11153 (MSN 337M-0378) to civil registry as N21GH Jan 6, 1992
			11155 (MSN 337M-0380) converted as single-engined aircraft and used for research work at Naval Postgraduate School,
				modified as AH-58C.
			11156 (MSN 337M-0381) to civil registry as N90693 Oct 10, 1995.  In 1987 was on display at 
				Hickam AFB, Honolulu
			11157 (MSN 337M-0382) to MASDC as HV0203.  TO civil registry as N4072D Aug 1, 1994
			11158 (MSN 337M-0383) to AMARC as HV0266.  On display at Hill AFB, UT.
			11160 (MSN 337M-0385) on display as gate guard at Greater Peoria AP, Illinois.
			11164 (MSN 337M-0389) at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.
			11167 (MSN 337M-0392) to AMARC as 2L0051 May 2, 1994.
			11169 sold to Botswana 1993
			11170 sold to El Salvador Jul 1990 as 613
			11171 (MSN 337M-0396) to MASDC as HV0198 Oct 30, 1981.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			11172 sold to Botswana 1993
			11173 (MSN 337M-0398) to MASDC as HV0193 Oct 30, 1981.  To Chile
68-11174	Boeing 707-321C
			MSN 20016, ex N870PA (Pan Am), then 9K-ACS, N146SP, N527SJ,
				N770FW.  Later converted to 95-0121 E-8C JSTARS.
68-11175/14999	Serial numbers not used

			- Army Serial Numbers Begin Here -

68-15000/15213	Bell AH-1G-BF Cobra
			MSN 20534/20747.
			15037/15039,15045,15046,15072,15073,15079,
			15080,15085,15104,15105,15112,15113,15134,
			15140,15165,15170,15190,15194,15198,15213
			transferred to USMC.  Most later returned.
			15191 converted to JAH-1G.
			15011,15012,15017,15018,15021/15023,15028,
			15030,15036,15049,15051/15054,15058,15064,
			15066,15067,15071,15074,15076,15083,15086,
			15088/15091,15094/15096,15122,15123,15126,
			15128/15230,15139,15043,15144,15146,15149,
			15151,15153,15155/15159,15166,15169,15172,
			15177/15179,15181,15183,15186,15192,
			15195/15197,15200,15202/1205,15209,15212
			converted to AH-1S.
			15128,15178,15192,15209 converted to GAH-1S.
			15000,15001,15003,15007,15016,15016,15027,
			15031,15036,15038,15042,15045,15046,15057,
			15068,15069,15084,15085,15092,15093,15097,
			15100/15102,15104/15106,15110,15112,15113,
			15115/15118,15131,15133,15134,15138,15142,
			15147,15148,15152,15167,15773,15174,15180, 15208 converted to AH-1F.
			A total of 93 AH-1Gs were converted to AH-1Q
				before further update to AH-1S.
			Four of this batch to Spain.
			15000 (MSN 20534, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.  To City of Fosston, MN
			15001 (MSN 20535, AH-1F) mounted on a pole at the Vietnam War Memorial near Kremmling, CO airport.
			15002 shot down by ground fire in Quant Tri Province, SVN Jun 1, 1971.  Crew KIA.
			15009 (79th ARA, F Co) hit by AAA, lost tail boom and crashed at An Loc, SVN May 11, 1972. Both crew KIA.
			15013 in front of 1st Cavalry Division Aviation HQ, Fort Hood, TX
			15016 (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
			15018 (MSN 20552) to VFW Post #6043, Ellington, MO
			15022 (MSN 20556)  mounted on pylon in Veterans Park, Marshfield, Wisconsin
			15026 (20th ARA) shot down by automatic weapon fire in SVN Jun 26, 1970. Both crew KIA.
			15027 (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
			15031 (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
			15032 w/o Aug 20, 1969.
			15033 (101st ABN, 158th Avn, D Co) crashed into mountain near A Shau Valley, South Vietnam May 29, 1969. Both crew killed.
			15036 (MSN 20570) reported Dec 4, 2007 preserved at Wheeler AAF, 
				Wahiawa, HI 
			15037 (MSN 20571) to USMC as 157205
			15038 (MSN 20572) to USMC as 157206.  Returned and converted to AH-1S
			15039 (MSN 20573) to USMC as 157207.  Returned and converted to AH-1S
			15045 (MSN 20579) to USMC as 157208.  Returned and converted to AH-S.  (8th AB[C]) crashed near Mainz, West Germany 
				Mar 12, 1985.  Both crew killed.
			15046 (MSN 20580) to USMC as 157209.  Returned and converted to AH-1S
			15052 (AH-1S) noted Oct 13, 2004 preserved at HQ 4th Infantry Division Aviation Brigade HQ,
				Fort Hood AAF, TX
			15054 (MSN 20588, AH-1S) on display at Vietnam Memorial, Big Spring, Texas
			15056 at Bath, NY in 2008.
			15057 (MSN 20591, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001. Noted on display Sep 2005 at
				Butler County Airport, Pennsylvania. 
			15064 preserved at Phoenix/Papago AAF, AZ
			15069 (N Troop 4/3rd ACR) w/o Oct 12, 1997
			15071 (MSN 20605) to Turkish Army as 10636
			15072 (MSN 20606) to USMC as 157210.  
			15073 (MSN 20607) to USMC as 157211
			15074 (MSN 20608) to USMC but not accepted.  At Vietnam Veterans Assoc #142, Monroe, MI in 2008
			15076 (AH-1S: MSN 20610). At Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD; was 
				apparently previously stored at Fort Drum
			15077 (101st Avn, D Co) shot down by ground fire in Laos Mar 18, 1971. Both crew KIA.
			15079 (MSN 20613) to USMC as 157212
			15080 (MSN 20614) to USMC as 157213
			15081 (MSN 20615) to USMC but not accepted.
			15082 (MSN 20616) to USMC but not accepted
			15083 (MSN 20617) to USMC but not accepted.  (AH-1S) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
			15084 (MSN 20618) to USMC but not accepted.
			15085 (MSN 20619) to USMC as 157214.  Returned and converted to AH-1S.  To American Legion Post #460, Beaverdale, PA
			15086 (MSN 20620) to USMC but not accepted.  Converted to AH-1F.  Previously stored at Fort Drum. In 2013 was on display 
				in front of VFW Post #1470, Bath, New York.
			15087 (MSN 20621) to USMC but not accepted
			15088 (MSN 20622) to USMC but not accepted.  In 2015 was a gate guard at Fort Campbell
			15089 (MSN 20623) to USMC but not accepted
			15086 (MSN 20624) to USMC but not accepted
			15091 (MSN 20625) to USMC but not accepted.  Stored at Fort Drum.  To American Legion Post #1757, Sackets Harbor, NY
			15092 (MSN 20626) to USMC but not accepted.  Noted withdrawn from use at Fort Indiantown Gap/Muir AAF, Pennsylvania May 24, 2001.
				to National Vietnam Veterans Museum, Newhaven, Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia
			15093 (MSN 29627) to USMC but not accepted.  (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
			15094 (MSN 20628) to USMC but not accepted.  Converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0573 Jul 22, 1996.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
			15095 (MSN 20629) to USMC but not accepted.  To Vietnam Pilots Assocation, Hillsborough, North Carolina
			15096 (MSN 20630) to USMC but not accepted
			15097 (MSN 20631) to USMC but not accepted.  (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
			15098 (MSN 20632) to USMC but not accepted
			15099 (MSN 20633) to USMC but not accepted
			15100 (MSN 20634) to USMC but not accepted
			15101 (MSN 20635) to USMC but not accepted
			15102 (MSN 20636) to USMC but not accepted.  (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
			15103 (MSN 20637) to USMC but not accepted
			15104 (MSN 20638) to USMC as 157215.  Returned and converted to AH-1S.  (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort 
				Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
			15105 (MSN 20639) to USMC as 157216.  Returned and converted to AH-1S.  In storage at Mercer County APT, NJ. Noted 
				in storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
			15106 (AH-1F, MSN 20640) to USMC but not accepted.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.  
				Has left Fort Drum and is now preserved at Merton, North Lake, WI.
			15107 (MSN 20641) to USMC but not accepted
			15108 (MSN 20642) to USMC but not accepted
			15109 (MSN 20643) to USMC but not accepted.  (77th ARA, 101st ABN, A Coy) crashed due to engine failure in SVN Oct 23, 1969. Crew KIA.
			15110 (AH-1F, MSN 20644) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
				Has left Fort Drum and is now preserved at American Legion Pose #1376, New Hartford, New York.
			15111 (MSN 20645) to USMC but not accepted
			15112 (MSN 20646) to USMC as 157217.  Returned and converted to AH-1S
			15113 (MSN 20647) to USMC as 157218.  Returned and converted to AH-1S
			15116 (AH-1F, MSN 20650) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
				Has left Fort Drum and is now preserved at Stone Museum, Monroe, New Jersey.
			15117 (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
			15118 (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
			15121 collided in midair with 68-11064 over Svay Rieng Province, Cambiodia May 2, 1970.
			15123 (MSN 20657) to VFW Post #9392, Lowell, Wisconsin
			15127 preserved at Fort Eustis, VA.  Outside the US Army Aviation Logistics
				School
			15129 (AH-1S) noted Mar 12, 2004 stored at Robinson AAF, AR for preservation
			15130 (MSN 20664) at Disabled American Veterans Chapter #21, Lanan Bay, Many, LA
			15133 (AH-1F: MSN 20667). Preserved at American Legion Post #237, Footville, WI; was apparently previously 
				stored at Fort Drum
			15134 (MSN 20668) to USMC as 157219.  Returned and converted to AH-1S.  (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. 
				May 21, 2001.
			15138 (MSN 20672) on display at American Helicopter Museum and Education Center, West Chester, PA Oct 2013
			15140 (MSN 20674) to USMC as 157220.  Preserved at Dobbins ARB as USMC 157795.  In 2009 was at Marine Reserve 
				center Robins AFB, GA.
			15143 (AH-1S, MSN 20677) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
				Has left Fort Drum and is now preserved at VFW Post #1567, Herrin, IL.
			15146 (MSN 20680) seen 2008 at Commemorative Air Force headquarters, Midland, TX
			15151 (MSN 20685) to American Legion Post #114, Eagle River, WI
			15152 (MSN 20686) to VFW Post #8280, Mosinee, Wisconsin
			15158 (MSN 20692) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0577 Aug 2, 1996.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
			15159 (AH-1S) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
			15161 (17th Cav, 2nd Sqn, A Troop) pilot failed to recover from a steep dive and crashed in SVN Oct 10, 1970. 1 KIA, 1 injured.
			15165 (MSN 20699) to USMC as 157221.  Returned and converted to AH-1S
			15168 (5th Cav, 3rd Sqn, D Troop) crashed by ground fire in SVN May 27, 1971. 2 KIA.
			15169 (MSN 20703)at American Legion Post #339, Almond, WI in 2008
			15170 (MSN 20704) to USMC as 157222.
			15175 (158th Avn, D Co) shot down with RPG in SVN Feb 4, 1970. Both crew KIA.
			15176 (MSN 20710) is in IDF/AF Museum.  Maybe the serial is 68-15176, IDFAF 115.
			15179 (MSN 20713, AH-1S) on display in Hubbard, Texas.
			15188 (9th Cav, 1st Sqn, B Troop) shot down by ground fire in SVN Nov 29, 1969. Both crew KIA.
			15190 (MSN 20724) to USMC as 157223.
			15194 (MSN 20728) to USMC as 157224
			15198 (MSN 20732) to USMC as 157225
			15200 (MSN 20734) to National Military Heritage Museum, Saint Joseph, Missouri
			15203 (MSN 20737) to USMC as 157226.  Returned and converted to AH-1S.
			15204 (MSN 20738) on display at VFW Post #5077 in O'Fallon, Missouri aince 1996.
			15211 (229th Avn, D Co) crashed into a river near Phu Loi, SVN Oct 14, 1970. Both crew KIA.
			15212 AH-1S: At Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD; was apparently previously stored 
				at Fort Drum.
			15213 (MSN 20747) to USMC as 157227.  
68-15214/15794	Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois
			MSN 10144/10708, 17001/17016.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			15214,15227,15354,15431,15444,15461,15492,
				15526,15529,15532,15543,15592/15594,15622,
				15678,15688,15743,15762 converted to UH-1V.
			15239,15248,15480 converted to JUH-1H
			15561, 15638,16061,16145 leased to Colombian
				National Police by US Department of State.
			Over 200 to FMS (1 to Argentina, 1 to Australia,
				1 to Cambodia, 1 to Chile, 3 to Colombia, 2 to Iran, 3 to Philippines, 163 to South Vietnam,
				35 to Thailand, 9 to Greece, 7 to South Korea).
			15219 (MSN 10149) to Australia as A2-149 Jan 1969.  On display at Museum of Australian Army Flying, Oakey,
				Queensland in May 2014.
			15222 (MSN 10152) to AMARC as XA0492 Sep 27, 1995.  With Turkish Army as instructional airframe at Gaziemir in Jul 2004.
			15226 (MSN 10156) to AMARC as XA0401 May 8, 1995
			15232 (MSN 10162) in service with Greek AF as ES605
			15237 (176th AHC) crashed into the ocean due mechanical failure near Chu Lai, SVN Oct 18, 1971. 3 KIA, 1 rescued.
			15244 (135th AHC) crashed due mechanical failure in SVN Mar 28, 1970. 1 KIA, 1 injured.
			15246 converted to EH-1H *Left Bank* electronic survellance aircraft.  (11th GSAC) shot down with RPG in SVN Nov 29, 1969. 4 KIA.
			15249 (326th Med Det) crashed into water in bad visibility conditions 8 mi S of Phu Bai, SVN Oct 2, 1970. 3 killed, 2 rescued.
			15251 (227th Avn, A Co) hit by two grenade laucher shell and crashed in SVN Feb 18, 1970. 5 KIA.
			15253 (MSN 10183) to AMARC as XA0541 Oct 4, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
			15255 shot down during extraction mission in A Shau Valley, SVN Feb 18, 1971.  Crew KIA.
			15262 shot down near Ph Kham Dorang, Cambodia Mar 24, 1970.  All aboard KIA.
				The aircraft commander was awarded the Medal of Honor.
			15275 at VFW Post #423, Ann Arbor, MI in 2008.
			15283 at Lineville, AL in 2008.
			15285 (MSN 10215) on display at War Eagles Air Museum, Santa Teresa, New Mexico Jun 2013.
			15286 (229th Avn, B Co) suffered engine failure and crashlanded, caught fire and burned at Tonle Cham, SVN Feb 16, 1969. 1 KIA, 3
			15287 (MSN 10217) noted Feb 2005 at Arkansas Air Museum, Fayetteville, AR.
			15295 reportedly went to SVAF, then Jordanian AF, then given to Iraqi AF as
				YI-203.  But MSN is quoted as 11583, which does not seem to fit.
			15307 (MSN 10237) to civil registry as N9287W Aug 199.  Cancelled on export to Philippines Aug 4, 1998.
				 To Philippines civil registry as RP-R8866.  W/o on Mt Mabituan San Rafael, Bulacan Dec 1999.  
			15312 on static display at Fort Irwin, CA, painted in OPFOR camouflage paint scheme.
			15320 (MSN 10250) to Royal Thai Army as 5320.  Damaged in bad weather landing Oct 20, 2003.
			15322 (MSN 10252) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To civil registry as
				XC-LIY Oct 4, 2005.
			15331 with Northwest Helicopters, Olympia MAP, WA
			15336 (MSN 10266) to VVA Chapter #210, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
			15337 seen in storage Nov 2013 at Blackwell Field, Ozark, Alabama.  N100PW for sale by GSA Auctions at Dept of Homeland 
				Security, El Paso, TX, Jul 23, 2014 
			15362 (MSN 10292) noted at Nassau Tech, Farmingdale May 2001.  Has moved from Nassau Tech; 
				in July 2003 was noted at the L. A. Wilson Technical School, also at Farmingdale, NY
			15365 to XV-GCU
			15369 (MSN 10299) preserved at Belle Plaine, MN
			15382 noted in fire training compound at Fort Drum, NY, May 21, 2001.
			15383 crashed in Lake Ilopango, El Salvador Feb 25, 1991.
			15390 (MSN 10320) to civil registry as N375AV.  Current as ZK-HSX with Lakeland Helicopters (1989) Ltd, Rotorua, New Zealand.  
			15400 (MSN 10330) to AMARC as XA0545 Oct 6, 1995.
			15402 (MSN 10332) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N332SD Feb 8, 2008.  Subsequently to 
				Colombian AF as FAC-4503
			15403 (174th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Feb 25, 1971.
			15418 in service with Greek AF as ES610
			15430 (UH-1H) to Thai AF.  Crashed into a reservoir Nov 2, 1995.
			15431 (MSN 10361) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N379SD Feb 11, 2008.  Subsequently to Colombian
				Army as EJC-403
			15433 (MSN 10363) sold to Jordan
			15434 (MSN 10364) to AMARC as XA0389 Apr 4, 1995.
				Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006. to N4496B Jan 29, 2011 and as Upgraded UH-1H-II Huey II
				N49496B cancelled on transfer to Lebanese AF in Dec 19, 2012.
			15438 (4 CMD AVN BN) crashed 3 mi S oF Turkey Creek Ranch, Colorado Oct 8, 1992.
			15444 (MSN 10374) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N333SD Feb 8, 2008.  Subsequently Colombian
				Army as EJC-409
			15450 (MSN 10380) registration N302DT reserved Mar 6, 2008, taken up
				Jan 12, 2009
			15451 noted Mar 8, 2005 in storage at Enterprise MAP.
			15458 to civil registry as N658HA
			15461 (MSN 10391) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N380SD Feb 11, 2008.  Subsequently to
				Colombian Army as EJC-420
			15462 (25th Avn, B Co) crashed in South Vietnam Jan 31, 1970. 4 KIA
			15463 (MSN 10393) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N334SD Feb 8, 2008.  Subsequently supplied
				to Pakistan military.
			15472 (MSN 10402) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N381SD Feb 8, 2008.  Subsequently to Colombian
				Army as EJC-410
			15474 became N3276B, N474TH reserved Mar 21, 2005, taken up Mar 28, 2006.
			15481 noted May 2009 on display at Gowen Field ANG Base, Boise, Idaho.
			15482 (MSN 10412) to Bosnia and Herzegonina AF as VF-1821 and stored at Rajlovac AB in May 2012.
			15490 (MSN 10420) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
			15491  (101st Avn, A Co) shot down by ground fire near Hue, SVN May 16, 1971. 4 KIA.
			15493 noted Mar 8, 2005 in storage at Enterprise MAP.
			15502 to Thai AF as B.H6-13/12.  Lost Jul 18, 1990.
			15510 (MSN 10440) to South Vietnam AF and taken over by Vietnam People's AF as 541.
				Now displayed outside Miss Saigon Restaurant, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
			15526 (MSN 10456) to American Legion Post #957, New Berlin, Pennsylvania
			15529 (MSN 10459) noted on display at Military Honor Park and Museum, South Bend, Indiana Mar 2008.
			15532 (MSN 10462) spent 10 years just off Vermont Route 11 at Army Reserve Center west of Chester, Vermont.  Recently
				moved to American Legion Post 67 on Route 103 in Chester, Vermont.
			15533 (MSN 10463) to City of Neosho, MO
			15543 (MSN 10473) on display at VFW Post #139, Milford, Pennslyvania
			15554 to civil registry as N16UH, then EC-GOH, then CC-CNH.
			15562 on display at Hillsborough County Veterans Memorial Park, US 301 Tampa, Florida Jun 2006
			15564 (187th AHC) during low level pass crashed into the Van Co Dung river near Ban Keo, SVN Nov 24, 1969. 3 KIA, 3 injured.
			15566 (MSN 10496) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA aand
				registered N302DT Mar 2008.  Registration N104SD reserved Mar 7, 2008,
				taken up Apr 11, 2008.
			15574 (MSN 10504) to Bosnia-Hertzegovina AF as VF-1822, then A-2627
			15578 (MSN 10508) as UH-1H-II PNC-0722 in service with Policia Nacional de colombia at Guaymaral Jul 2013.
			15584 (MSN 10514) noted during March 2003 in storage at the AMCOM/Dynacorp facility 
				at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX 
			15585 crashed in South Vietnam Jun 6, 1969. 3 KIA.
			15588 noted Mar 8, 2005 in storate at Enterprise MAP.
			15590 w/o at Fort Greeley, AK Mar 11, 1989.
			15592 (MSN 10522) to supplied to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to 
				US State Department (International Narcotics and Law Enforcement) 
				as N364SD Feb 8, 2008.  Since supplied to Colombian Army as EJC-421 
			15595 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
			15622 (MSN 10552) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to 
				US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N395SD Feb 11, 2008 
			15623 (MSN 10553) donated its boom to 65-9435, presumably remainder scrapped.
			15624 (MSN 10554) to Korean Army in 1991.
			15628 (158th Avn, B Co) shot down with RPG in SVN May 23, 1970. 6 KIA
			15635 (MSN 10565) to AMARC as XA-503 Sep 28, 1995
			15640 (216 MED, CA ANG) crashed into mountain near Comayagua, Honduras May 13, 1991.
			15644 flew into ground at Prescott, AR Sep 28, 1973.
			15648 (229th Avn, C Co) collidied midair with UH-1H 68-16123 and crashed in SVN Sep 26, 1970. 4 KIA.
			15649 suffered engine failure during landing in South Korea and rolled
				over May 14, 1991.  4 injured, 4 OK
			15650 (MSN 10580) noted with University of Hawaii Airport Training Center, Honolulu, Hawaii in Aug 2011.
			15652 (MSN 10582) noted Oct 2003 at Veterans' Memorial, Emporia, KS
			15654 (9th Cav, 1st Sqn, B Troop) crashed in South Vietnam Sep 1, 1970. 4 KIA.
			15656 (MSN 10586) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998. Returned to USA and to 
				US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N336SD Feb 8, 2008.  Later to Colombian
				Army as EJC-412
			15665 registred N4085L Feb 6, 1995
			15667 (MSN 10597) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and
				registered N358SD Feb 8, 2008.  Since supplied to Colombian
				Army as EJC-413
			15671 (101st Avn, C Co) shot down by ground fire at Quang Nam Province, SVN Jul 18, 1971. 1 KIA, rest rescued.
			15672 with 118th AHC in Vietnam
			15678 to Bosnia-Hertegovina AF as VF-1810 then A-2619
			15722 (MSN 10652) to AMARC as XA0443 Aug 21, 1995
			15727 noted Oct 13, 2004 preserved at Fort Hood AAF, TX
			15731 flying in Australia as VH-UHH
			15733 (MSN 10663) to AMARC as XA0405 Sep 25, 1995
			15737 (MSN 10667) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and
				to US State Department (International Narcotics and Law 
				Enforcement) as N335SD Feb 8, 2008.  Registration N335SD cancelled
				by FAA Feb 20, 2009 as "destroyed"
			15743 (MSN 10673) noted Nov 2008 as instructiona airframe with Aviation Maintenance Technology Department of
				Texas State Tech College, Harlingen, Texas.
			15747 (MSN 10677) to AMARC as XA0482 Sep 25, 1995.  To Jordan in 1997
			15759 (176th AHC) shot down by ground fire in Laos Mar 22, 1971. 4 KIA
			15769 (MSN 10690) seen at Fairbanks airport, Alaska in 2014, missing many parts.
			15773 (MSN 10703) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and
				to US State Department (International Narcotics and Law 
				Enforcement) as N365SD Feb 8, 2008
			15785 (MSN 17007 ??) noted stored at Knox AHP Mar 2002.
			15787 (MSN 17009) reported Feb 2008 parked at Thai AF Security Force
				Training Center near Don Muang AP, looking long disused.
68-15795/15796	Cavalier F-51D Mustang
			Rebuilt F-51Ds used as chase planes by Army.
			15795 at MSP, Minnesota ANG Museum, St Paul, Minnesota marked as 475024.
			15796 was formerly 44-13571.  Was fitted with 2 106 mm recoilless rifles on wingtips in 1974.  Preserved at USAF Armament 
				Museum, Eglin AFB, FL marked as 413571.  Was at US Army Museum, Fort Rucker, AL before going to Eglin AFB.
68-15797/15809	Serial numbers not used
68-15810/15869	Boeing-Vertol CH-47C Chinook
			Boeing Vertol Model 1675  MSN B-522/B-581.
			15810 (B-522) accepted by the US Army 28Aug68
				Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion 
				Shot down in Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Jul 18, 1970.  One killed.
			15811 (B-523) accepted by the US Army 20Aug68
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers", Vietnam May69-Jan72
				Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb72-Feb73
				Assigned to US Army National Guard – California
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00250
			15812 (B-524) accepted by the US Army 28Aug68
				Assigned to the US Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity, Edwards AFB, CA 
				Used for the Army Preliminary Evaluation 3 of the CH-47C vibration and noise level compliance 10Dec68 to 10Jan69 at 
				Philadelphia International Airport, PA.
				Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Aug69-Aug71
				Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan72
				Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Feb72-Feb73
				Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Mar73
				Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jun73
				Assigned to 271st Aviation Company "Innkeeper", 8th Army, South Korea Dec74-
				Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea Innkeepers 
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00190
			15813 (B-525) accepted by the US Army 30Aug68
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Vietnam "Black Cats" Dec68-Mar70
				Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jul70-Oct71
				Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Dec71
				Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Dec72-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24113.
			15814 (B-526) Accepted by the US Army 11Sep68
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Vietnam "Black Cats" Dec68-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
				In 1972 it was fitted with Helicopter Icing Spray System (HISS) and redesignated
				JCH-47C and used to produce ice clouds for test purposes.  Assigned 1984 
				to US Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity, Edwards Air Force Base, California. 
				The HISS carried a 1500-gallon water tank (an old fuel tank from a KC-97 tanker), and used 
				a second APU mounted in the fuselage to pump and atomize the water through a series of 
				nozzles mounted on the extendable trapeze assembly under the fuselage.
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity, Edwards AFB, CA Feb73
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00234.  
				Replaced as HISS aircraftby CH-47D 90-00180.
			15815 (B-527) accepted by the US Army 23Sep68
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Mar69-Nov70
				Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" 
				Assigned to A Company, 2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Innkeepers" 
				Assigned to A Company, 2nd Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Innkeepers"
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00162
			15816 (B-528) accepted by the US Army 24Sep68
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Mar69-Nov70
				Assigned to US Army National Guard – Texas 
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00183
			15817 (B-529) accepted by the US Army 23Sep68
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Apr69-May70
				Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA
				Redesignated GCH-47C as a GIA 
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00224.  
			15818 (B-530) accepted by the US Army 23Sep68
				Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Mar69-Jul71
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Sep71-Dec71
				Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan72
				Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Feb72-Feb73
				Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Mar73
				Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jan74
				Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Oct74-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00209
			15819 (B-531) accepted by the US Army 23Sep68
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" 
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00177
			15820 (B-532) accepted by the US Army 27Sep68
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity, Edwards AFB, CA Dec68-Jul69
				Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Aug69-Feb71
				Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jul71-Dec71
				Assigned to 18th Corps Aviation Company Jun72-Jan73
				Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb73-Mar73
				Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jun73
				Assigned to 271st Aviation Company "Innkeeper", 8th Army, South Korea Oct74-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00135
			15821 (B-533) accepted by the US Army 28Sep68
				Modified as Super C
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00171.
			15822 (B-534) accepted by the US Army 4Oct68
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Apr69-Jan71
				Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Sep71-Oct71
				Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Dec71
				Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan72
				Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Feb72
				Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Mar73-
				Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" 
				Assigned to A Company, 2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea Innkeepers 
				Assigned to A Company, 2nd Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea Innkeepers
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00154
			15823 (B-535) accepted by the US Army 7Oct68
				Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" 
				Crashed in Vietnam Aug 13, 1970.  SOC May 1971 
			15824 (B-536) accepted by the US Army 17Oct68
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Mar69-Aug69
				Carried an O-1E with sling, when the O-1E oscillated left and right until it hit the 
				rotor and both crashed in Binh Long Province, SVN Aug 22, 1969. 6 killed.
			15825 (B-537) accepted by the US Army 18Oct68
				Triple cargo hook prototype
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Apr69-Jan71
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Jul71-Feb72
				Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Oct74-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00172.
			15826 (B-538) accepted by the US Army 23Oct68
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Mar69-Oct70
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers", Vietnam Mar71-Feb72
				Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Aug72-Mar74
				Assigned to 196th Aviation Company "Flippers", 1st Army, Fort Bragg, NC Aug75-
				Crashed in Colombia Nov 20, 1987.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed by fire.
			15827 (B-539) accepted by the US Army 22Oct68
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Mar69-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 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-Jan73
				Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Nov73
				Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat", Fort Carson, CO Dec73-
				Damaged in crash at Fort Carson, CO Jul 4, 1979.  Later 
				rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00104.
			15828 (B-540) accepted by the US Army 24Oct68
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Mar69-Dec70
				Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion May71-Aug71
				Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan72
				Loan to DEPCH JUSMAG, Udorn, Thailand for operation by Air America in Laos. Project Black Horse 
				Delivered to Air America, Udorn, Thailand Oct/Nov72 as ‘Hook 828’
				Returned to US Army Jun74
				The loan to Air America was disguised by official allocations as below
				[Assigned to US Army Reserve; 85th Division Training Jan73-Apr73]
				[Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, May73-Jun74]
				[Assigned to 45th Transportation Company, South Korea Oct74-Dec74]
				Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA Jan75-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00184.
			15829 (B-541) accepted by the US Army 28Oct68
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Mar69
				Assigned to 295th Aviation Company, USAREUR 
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00143
			15830 (B-542) accepted by the US Army 29Oct68
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Apr69-Nov70
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" May71-Feb72
				Assigned to 120th Aviation Company "Razorbacks" Mar72-Sep72
				Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Sep73-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24164.
			15831 (B-543) accepted by the US Army 29Oct68
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Mar69-Oct70
				Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Mar71-Oct71
				Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Dec71
				Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Mar73-
				Camaged in crash at Fort Campbell May 22, 1980.  Assigned to 295th Aviation Company, USAREUR 
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00106
			15832 (B-544) accepted by the US Army 8Nov68
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Mar69-Dec70
				Assigned to Panama.
				Destroyed in Panama Jun 15, 1987.  The aircraft bounced off the Panama Canal during night vision 
				goggle training. The pilots were demonstrating how depth perception could be affected while over 
				water. The radar altimeter was misreading by 100ft. When the aircraft hit the water the right 
				front landing gear was ripped off and the left rear gear was twisted. The cargo ramp was 
				partially ripped off and the airframe was distorted. Damaged, the aircraft returned to Fort 
				Sherman where another aircraft visually checked the damage. It was determined that the aircraft 
				was too badly damaged to land safely and it was put down inside the shark barricade at the 
				Fort Sherman housing area. The aircraft was floating in the surf as the crew evacuated. 
				Corrosion caused by the immersion in salt water was too severe and the aircraft was determined 
				to be a total loss. Believed to have been salvaged to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.
			15833 (B-545) accepted by the US Army 8Nov68
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Mar69-Jan71
				Assigned to 1st Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment "Sugar Bears", Fort Wainwright, AK
				Ferried to Boeing Philadelphia Sep90
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00236.
			15834 (B-546) accepted by the US Army 20Nov68
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Mar69-Aug70
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-0141
			15835 (B-547) accepted by the US Army 21Nov68
				Assigned to A Company, 159th Aviation Company
				Shot down by AAA Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Feb 15, 1971. 6 killed.
			15836 (B.548) accepted by the US Army 25Nov68
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Apr69-May70
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Nov70-Feb72
				Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb73-Mar73
				Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jun73
				Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, KY Jul73-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-0147
			15837 (B-549) accepted by the US Army 22Nov68
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" 
				Crashed in Vietnam May 13, 1970.  The helicopter crash landed on a truck, resulting in 4 fatalities 
				and 25 injured. 
			15838 (B-550) accepted by the US Army 27Nov68
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Mar71-Mar72
				Assigned to 205th Aviation Company "Geronimos" USAREUR
				Inducted 11May88 into the CH-47D model program to be rebuilt as 88-00084 but diverted and rebuilt 
				to become the YMH-47E prototype as 88-00267
			15839 (B-551) accepted by the US Army 13Jan69
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Apr69-Feb71
				Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Sep71-Oct71
				Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Dec71
				Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan72
				Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Feb72
				Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Mar73
				Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jan74
				Assigned to 196th Aviation Company "Flippers", 1st Army, Fort Bragg, NC Feb74
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24349
			15840 (B-552) accepted by the US Army 16Dec68  
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24173
			15841 (B-553) accepted by the US Army 26Dec68
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" 
				Crashed in Vietnam Sep 16, 1969.  No survivors.
			15842 (B-554) accepted by the US Army 17Jan69
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" May69-Feb71
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00215
			15843 (B-555) accepted by the US Army 27Jan69
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers", Vietnam May69-Jan72
				Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb72-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24352
			15844 (B-556) accepted by the US Army 20Nov68
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Mar69-Mar70
				Assigned to US Army National Guard – California
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00251.
			15845 (B-557) accepted by the US Army 26Nov68
				Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Apr69-Oct70
				Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Mar71-Aug71
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Jan72-Feb72
				Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Mar73
				Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Nov73
				Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat", Fort Carson, CO Dec73-
				Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment
				In accident during night training flight at South Fox Ilse, Michigan Jul 11, 1983. All 6 onboard killed.
			15846 (B-558) accepted by the US Army 25Nov68
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" 
				Modified Mar72 as Super C by Air Vietnam, Saigon
				Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" USAREUR, West Germany 
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00101
			15847 (B-559) accepted by the US Army 5Dec68
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers", Vietnam Jan72
				Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb72-Mar74
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00095.
			15848 (B-560) accepted by the US Army 10Dec68
				Assigned to 271st Aviation Company Innkeeper [1987-88]
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00175
			15849 (B-561) accepted by the US Army 16Dec68
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00139
			15850 (B-562) accepted by the US Army 13Dec68
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24343
			15851 (B-563) accepted by the US Army 16Dec68
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers", Vietnam May69-Jan72
				Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb72-Feb73
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00094
			15852 (B-564) accepted by the US Army 18Dec68
				Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" 
				Assigned to A Company, 2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Innkeepers" 
				Assigned to A Company, 2nd Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Innkeepers"
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00157.
			15853 (B-565) accepted by the US Army 20Dec68
				Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Apr69-Jun71
				Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jul71-Dec71
				Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Feb72-Jul72
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Aug72–Feb73
				Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Mar73
				Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Feb74
				Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Oct74-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00210
			15854 (B-566) accepted by the US Army 26Dec68
				Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company 
				Destroyed after being hit by mortar fire while short final to ARVN radar site
				near Quang Tri, SVN May 24, 1972.  Crew of five KIA.
			15855 (B-567) accepted by the US Army 13Jan69
				Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Jul70-[Dec75]
				Assigned to 120th Aviation Company "Razorbacks" Aug72-Nov72 
				[Conflict between the histories quoted by both units]
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01678
			15856 (B-568) accepted by US Army Jan 15, 1969.  
				Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Jun69-Jul71
				Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar", Jul71-Mar72
				Modified as Super C
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Jul72-Jan74
				Overhauled at Boeing, Philadelphia, PA
				Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" USAREUR, West Germany Aug74-Feb85
				Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb85-Jul90
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00212.
			15857 (MSN B-569) accepted by the US Army 27Jan69
				Loan to DEPCH JUSMAG, Udorn, Thailand for operation by Air America in Laos. Project Black Horse 
				Delivered to Air America, Udorn, Thailand Oct/Nov72 as ‘Hook 857’
				Returned to US Army 20Sep73
				Assigned to 147th Aviation Company Hillclimbers, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb74-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00219.
			15858 (MSN B-570) accepted by the US Army 
				Assigned to the US Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity, Edwards AFB, CA 
				Used for the Army Preliminary Evaluation 4 of the CH-47C vibration and noise level compliance 
				24Mar69 to 27Mar69 at Philadelphia International Airport, PA.
				Delivered to the US Army 30Apr69
				Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00220.  
			15859 (B-571) accepted by the US Army 28Apr69
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity, Edwards AFB, CA
				[Designated JCH-47D]
				Used for airworthiness and flight characteristics tests 12May69 to 21Aug70 at US NAF El Centro, 
				Coyote Flats, Edwards AFB and Shafter, CA and in Canada at CFB Cold Lake, Alberta
				Used for stability and control airworthiness and flight characteristics tests 8Mar71 to 15Jul71 
				at Edwards AFB, CA.
				Assigned to NAS China Lake, CA [1972]
				Assigned to US Army National Guard – Texas 
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00193
			15860 (B-572) accepted by the US Army 23Apr69
				Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" 
				Assigned to A Company, 2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Innkeepers" 
				Assigned to A Company, 2nd Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Innkeepers"
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00156
			15861 (B-573) accepted by the US Army 28Apr69
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24355
			15862 (B-574) accepted by the US Army 30Apr69
				Assigned to Fort Rucker, AL
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00153.
			15863 (B-575) accepted by the US Army 30Apr69
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00148.
			15864 (B.576) accepted by the US Army 30Apr69
				Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Oct69-Jul71
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Sep71–Dec71
				Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar" Jan72
				Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Feb72
				Loan to DEPCH JUSMAG, Udorn, Thailand for operation by Air America in Laos. Project Black Horse 
				Delivered to Air America, Udorn, Thailand Oct/Nov72 as ‘Hook 864’
				Returned to US Army 20Sep73
				The loan to Air America was disguised by official allocations as below
				[Assigned to US Army Reserve; 85th Division Training Jan73-Apr73]
				[Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, May73-Sep73]
				Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Dec73-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00195.
			15865 (B-577) accepted by the US Army 30Apr69
				Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion 
				Modified as Super C
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0099
			15866 (B-578) accepted by the US Army 7May69
				Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
				Struck high ground in poor weather near Hue, SVN Nov 28, 1971.  
				34 killed.  This single disaster would go down in the history books as the second worst 
				helicopter crash during all of Vietnam
			15867 (B-579) accepted by the US Army 13May69
				Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Dec69-Jul71
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Sep71-Dec71
				Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan72
				Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Feb72
				Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy", USAREUR, West Germany Oct74-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0100
			15868 (B-580) accepted by the US Army 14May69
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-0093.
			15869 (B-581) accepted by the US Army 15May69
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company Big Windy 
				Crashed Tuy Hoa, Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam Jan 30, 1971
68-15870/15901	Unknown allocation
68-15902/15904	Bell SK-5 hovercraft
68-15905/15929	Serial numbers not used
68-15930/15965	Grumman OV-1C Mohawk 
			Build nos. 134C/169C.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			All converted to OV-1D except 15936, 15944, 15949.
			15939,15958 converted to GOV-1D.
			15931 (MSN 135C)  to Argentine Army as AE-023 and stored at Campo de Mayo, Buenos Aires in October 2012
			15932 sold to Argentina.
			15934 (MSN 138C) parts reportedly used in restoration of 68-16998(16994?)
			15936 flying with American Wings Air Museum, MN with civil registration of N134AW.
			15939 on static display at McClain Military Museum,
				Anderson, IN.
			15940 converted to OV-1D.  To AMARC as YA0114 Dec 11, 1991.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
			15941 to Argentine Army as AE-024.  Report dated Sep 13, 2006 says crashed near
				Buenos Aires with loss of both crew.
			15942 converted to OV-1D.  To AMARC as YA0115 Dec 11, 1991.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
			15944 crashed Blakely, GA Aug 19, 1971
			15946 built as OV-1C. Converted in June 1975 to OV-1D. Acquired in 1997 By The Air Heritage Museum, Bever Falls, Pennsylvania. 
				Sold in 2006 to Mohawk Technologies LLC, Lantana Florida. FAA Issued Registration Number N946AH on October 5, 2005. 
				FAA Certified it Airworthy on February 8, 2010.  Used as a Trainer.
			15947 flyable with Air Heritage Museum, Beaver Falls, PA.  Registration N947AH reserved Oct 30, 1996
			15948 crashed near Edwards AFB during test flight Nov 15, 1982.  Both crew killed.
			15952 built as OV-1C. Converted in September 1980 to OV-1D. Acquired on Unknown Date By Paul S. Pefley of Lake Worth, 
				Florida.  Aircraft Parked at Lantana Airport, Lantana, Florida. 
			15953 seen in pieces at Weisbaden, Germany Oct 1993.
			15955 converted to OV-10D.  To AMARC as YA0117 Jul 30, 1992.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
			15958 built as OV-1C. Converted in September 1980 to OV-1D. Acquired on unknown date by Richard Spencer in 
				Rockford Illinois.  Sold on Unknown Date to MD Aviation LTD, Rockaway New Jersey.  FAA issued registration 
				number N10VD on December 18, 2008. FAA Certified it Airworthy on July 23, 1993. Used for exhibition.  Seen at
				2011 Sun n Fun Mar 30, 2011.
			15959 (OV-10D) To Tulsa Vo-Tech as N226TT (registration allocated Oct 3, 1996 but NTU).  Registered to Tulsa Technology
				Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma Nov 3, 2005.  Registered to Mohawk Technologies, Lantana, Florida May 18, 2006.
				In 1992, name of Tulsa Vo-Tech was chanded to Tulsa technology Center
			15960 built as OV-1C, converted Oct 1976 to OV-1D.  On display outside Biggs Field, Fort Bliss, TX
68-15966/15989	Serial numbers not used
68-15990/16022	Boeing-Vertol CH-47C Chinook
			Boeing Vertol Model 165.  MSN B-582/B-614
			15990 (B-582) accepted by the US Army 15May69
				rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00140.
			15991 (B-583) accepted by the US Army 19May69
				Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Dec69-Jul71
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Sep71-Dec71
				Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan72
				Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Feb72-Mar72
				Assigned to 196th Aviation Company "Flippers", 1st Army, Fort Bragg, NC Jul73-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24152.
			15992 (B-584) accepted by the US Army 19May69
				Loan to DEPCH JUSMAG, Udorn, Thailand for operation by Air America in Laos. Project Black Horse 
				Delivered to Air America, Udorn, Thailand Oct/Nov72 as ‘Hook 992’
				Returned to US Army Jun74
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00214.
			15993 (B-585) accepted by the US Army 21May69
				Assigned to 330th Transportation Company Dec69-Apr70
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" May70-Feb72
				Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy", USAREUR, West Germany Oct74-Feb80
				Crashed in West Germany Feb 25, 1980.  All 5 onboard killed.
			15994 (B-586) accepted by the US Army 26May69
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" 
 				Crashed in Vietnam Aug 31, 1970
			15995 (B-587) accepted by the US Army 26May69
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00105
			15996 (B-588) accepted by the US Army 2Jun69
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24116
			15997 (B-589) accepted by the US Army 12Jun69
				Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Feb70-Jul71
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Sep71-Dec71
				Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan72
				Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Feb72
				Assigned to 180th Aviation Company Big Windy, USAREUR, West Germany Oct74-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00102
			15998 (MSN B-590) accepted by the US Army 11Jun69
				Loan to DEPCH JUSMAG, Udorn, Thailand for operation by Air America in Laos. Project Black Horse 
				Delivered to Air America, Udorn, Thailand Oct/Nov72 as ‘Hook 998’
				Returned to US Army Jun74
				Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA
				Redesignated GCH-47C as a GIA 
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00217.
			15999 (MSN B-591)  accepted by the US Army 10Jun69
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" 
				Combat damage 19May72 South Vietnam. The aircraft was struck by hostile fire in the forward and 
				aft transmissions and flown without oil pressure to a landing zone where the aircraft was 
				abandoned to the advancing North Vietnam Army. The aircraft was subsequently destroyed by a 
				friendly air strike to deny access to any sensitive equipment.
			16000 (B-592) accepted by the US Army 2Jul69
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" May70-Dec71
				Shot down by ground fire in Cambodia Dec 10, 1971
			16001 (B-593) accepted by the US Army 30Jun69
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24122
			16002 (B.594) accepted by the US Army 18Jul69
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23773.
			16003 (B-595) accepted by the US Army 25Aug69
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" 
				Assigned to Hawaii
				Rebuilt as CH-47D, later became MH-47E and reserialed 90-00414
			16004 (B-596) accepted by the US Army 5Sep69
				Assigned to Panama 
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00203.
			16005 (B-597) accepted by the US Army 29Aug69
				Assigned to 205th Aviation Company Geronimos USAREUR
				Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washingtonrebuilt as MH-47E and reserialed 91-00499
			16006 (B-598) accepted by the US Army 2Sep69
				Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Feb70-Jul71
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Sep71-Dec71
				Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan72
				Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Feb72
				Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" USAREUR, West Germany Oct74-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00103.
			16007 (B-599) accepted by the US Army 16Sep69
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Feb70-Feb72
				Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Mar73
				Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Nov73
				Assigned to 196th Aviation Company "Flippers", 1st Army, Fort Bragg, NC Dec73-
				Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA
				Redesignated GCH-47C as a GIA 
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00221. 
			16008 (B-600) accepted by the US Army 11Sep69
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00144
			16009 (B-601) accepted by the US Army 23Sep69
				Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Sep73-Jun74
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23779.
			16010 (B-602) accepted by the US Army 29Sep69
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" May70-Feb72
				Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy", USAREUR, West Germany Oct74-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24331.
			16011 (B-603) accepted by the US Army 1Jul69
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00155
			16012 (B-604) accepted by the US Army 10Jul69
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00169.
			16013 (B-605) accepted by the US Army 16Jul69
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24364.
			16014 (B-606) accepted by the US Army 18Jul69
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24119.
			16015 (B-607) accepted by the US Army 27Aug69
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Mar70-Feb72
				Assigned to 120th Aviation Company "Razorbacks" Mar72-Sep72
				Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, KY Jul73-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00216.
			16016 (B-608) accepted by the US Army 29Aug69
				Loan to DEPCH JUSMAG, Udorn, Thailand for operation by Air America in Laos. Project Black Horse 
				Delivered to Air America, Udorn, Thailand Oct/Nov72 as ‘Hook 016’
				Returned to US Army Jun74
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00096.
			16017 (B-609) accepted by the US Army 15Dec69
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00130.
			16018 (B-610) accepted by the US Army 9Sep69
				Assigned to US Army National Guard – California; G Company, 3rd Battalion, 140th Aviation Regiment 
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00249
			16019 (B-611) accepted by the US Army 11Sep69
				Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" 
				Loan to DEPCH JUSMAG, Udorn, Thailand for operation by Air America in Laos. Project Black Horse 
				Delivered to Air America, Udorn, Thailand Oct/Nov72 as ‘Hook 019’
				Returned to US Army Jun74
				Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA
				Redesignated GCH-47C as a GIA 
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00233.
			16020 (B-612) accepted by the US Army 10Oct69
				Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan70-Mar70
				Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Apr70-Dec71
				Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan72
				Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Feb72
				Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, KY Jul73-
				Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24187.
			16021 (B-613) accepted by the US Army 15Oct69
				Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Feb70-Jul71
				Assigned to 196th Aviation Company Flippers Fort Bragg, NC Dec72-Nov73
				Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company Muleskinners Fort Wainwright, AK Apr75-
				Rebuilt as MH-47D and reserialed 85-24361.
			16022 (B-614) accepted by the US Army 30Oct69
				Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Feb70-Jun70
				Crashed in Cambodia Jun 25, 1970.
68-16023/16049	Serial numbers not used
68-16050/16628	Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois
			MSN 10709/11287.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			Many to FMS (1 to Australia, 3 to Cambodia,3 to Chile, 1 to Iran, 2 to Ethiopia, 3 to
				Philippines, 6 to South Korea, 154 to South Vietnam, 32 to Thailand, 2 to Guatemala)
			16131,15638,16165,16174,16229,16235,16252,
				16263,16301,16321,16349,16355,16415,16421,
				16446,16507,16519,16553,16575,16614,16623,
				16627 converted to UH-1V.
			16134,16402 converted to GUH-1H
			16156,16228 to JUH-1H.
			16054 (MSN 10713) suppled to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounde Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and
				to US State Department (International Narcotics and Law 
				Enforcement) as N351SD Feb 8, 2008.  Since supplied to Pakistan
				military.
			16057 (192nd AHC) crashed in SVN Nov 4, 1969. 6 KIA, 1 rescued.
			16068 to Thai AF.  Lost Aug 14, 1990
			16069 to Thai Army.  Crashed Feb 18, 1991
			16078 (MSN 10737) noted stored at Know AHP Mar 2002
			16083 (MSN 10742) registered N4085Z Feb 6, 1995.  Registration cancelled Mar 8, 2004
				as 'destroyed'.
			16084 (MSN 10743) on display at Nevada Army National Guard, Stead.
			16087 (UH-1H: MSN 10746). Became N853M, which registration was cancelled by FAA 
				Jul 16, 2003 as 'written off at Fort Myers, FL 1/20/00'
			16092 (MSN 10751) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and
				to US State Department (International Narcotics and Law 
				Enforcement) as N385SD Feb 11, 2008
			16097 (MSN 10756) to town of Sanford Andalusia, AL
			16104 (MSN 10763) to storage in 1995.  To Army Aviation Heritage Foundation in
				1998 as N104HF.  Noted with boom from 68-15324 during March 2003 in storage 
				at the AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
			16105/16112 (MSNs 10764/10771) to Royal Thai Police Air Wing as 1701/1708.
				1706 w/o Jan 1995
				1708 w/o Oct 17, 1972.
			16114 (MSN 10773) on display at Camp Blanding Museum and Memorial Park, Starke, Florida
			16116 (MSN 10775) supplied to Mexico under Excess Defense Articles
				Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and 
				to US State Department (International Narcotics and Law 
				Enforcement) as N396SD Feb 11, 2008.  Subsequently to Colombian Army
				as EJC-414 
			16118 (MSN 10777) to AMARC as XA0415 May 19, 1995.  Registration N681ML reserved Jul 21, 2005
			16123 (229th Avn, C Co) collided midair with UH-1H 68-15648 and pres. crashed in SVN Sep 26, 1970.
			16131 (MSN 10790) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense Articles
				Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Later returned to USA.
				While operating with Pakistan Ministry of the Interior crashlanded
				on hilltop near Bani while enroute to Chaklala AB-Quetta.  All 6
				onboard suffered minor injuries.
			16134 (MSN 10793) to Lousiana Museum of Military History, Lafayette, Louisiana
			16135 (UH-1H: MSN 10794) to AMARC as XA0458 Sep 15, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery.
			16138 (UH-1V, MSN 10797) at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL
			16144 (MSN 10803) was N16144, registration cancelled Oct 5 2006 on sale
				to owner in Argentina.
			16151 (UH-1H, MSN 10810). Registration N45401 reserved Jan 29, 2004,
				taken up Jul 28, 2004.  Registration N45401 cancelled Aug 12, 2005 on
				sale to owner in Chile.  Registered Aug 25, 2005 to Bosques Arauco SA as CC-CBW.  Crashed into
				mountain while carrying firefighters near Chanco, Chile Feb 15, 2009.  Pilot and 12 firefighters killed.
			16152 (MSN 10811) as UH-1H-II PNC-0733 in service with Policia Nacional de Colombia at Guaymaral Jul 2013.
			16166 (MSN 10825) to Thailand as H6-14/12. Crashed at Sena Narong Camp, Thailand Mar 30, 1972. 1 killed, 5 injured.
			16174 (MSN 10833) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and 
				to US State Department (International Narcotics and Law Enforcement) as N386SD Feb 11, 2008
			16187 (MSN 10846) became N40854, registration cancelled Mar 25, 2004 as 'destroyed'
			16189 (MSN 10848) Service in 1972-1974 with the 120th Aviation Battalion, Fort Richardson, Alaska as VIP aircraft. On display in 
				October 2006 at the Texas Military Forces Museum, Camp Mabry, Texas. 
			16197 (MSN 10856) registration N10432 reserved Oct 2002, taken up Nov 2002.  A conflict here,
				as was seen Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional airframe at Guthrie AHP, 
				Fort Rucker, AL
			16199 (17th Cav, 2nd Sqn, B Troop) shot down by ground fire Apr 23, 1971. 2 KIA.
			16203 (170th AHC) hit by ground fire at approach to LZ and crashed in SVN Apr 15, 1970. 2 KIA, 1 MIA, 1 POW, 2 rescued.
			16205 (116th AHC) crashed in Cambodia May 14, 1970. 4 KIA.
			16208 (MSN 10867) to Cambodian AF, to Thai AF
			16215 (MSN 10874) noted Jul 2004 at Air Classics Museum of Aviation, Aurora, IL
			16216 (MSN 10875) stored at Camp Robinson, Arkansas Aug 2002
			16224 (MSN 10883) to Argentine Army as AE-435.  Destroyed Mar 26, 2002 when hangar at Curuzu Cuatia City
				was flattened by a tornado
			16229 (MSN 10888) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and 
				to US State Department (International Narcotics and Law 
				Enforcement) as N341SD Feb 8, 2008.
			16235 (MSN 10894) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N387SD Feb 11, 2008.  Later to Colombian
				Army as EJC-415 
			16251 (MSN 10910) became N5517L.  Registration cancelled Aug 9, 2005 on sale to
				owner in Brazil.  Registration N5517L restored Sep 23, 2005, so
				sale to owner in Brazil must have fallen through.  Registration N5517L
				cancelled by FAA Oct 1, 2007 on sale to owner in Mexico.  To XB-KMO
			16252 (MSN 10911) w/o Oct 20, 1984
			16254 (101st Avn, A Co) crashed in midair collision in night with AH-1G 67-15620 in SVN May 4, 1970. 5 crew killed
			16256 (MSN 10915) at Grissom AFB Museum, Peru, IN
			16257 (MSN 10916) with 240 AHC in Vietnam
			16264 (MSN 10923) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N342SD Feb 8, 2008.  Since supplied to
				Pakistan military.
			16265 (MSN 10924) noted Jul 2004 at Air Classics Museum of Aviation, Aurora, IL
			16266 (MSN 10925) to Thai AF as H6-18/12. Crashed on takeoff from Doi Inthanont mountain, Thailand May 29, 1971. 7 killed, 4 survived.
			16269 (MSN 10928) to Thai AF as H6-21/12. Crashed Mar 4, 1970
			16271 (MSN 10930) to AMARC as XA0546 Oct 6, 1995.
				Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
			16274 (MSN 10933) to civil registry as N724NC in 1996
			16280 (MSN 10939) to Peruvian National Police as PNP-331
			16281 (MSN 10940) to Colombian National Police as PNC-159
			16295 (MSN 10954) converted to UH-1SH Super Huey, to BH212 standards with T53-I-703 Cobra engine.  Used by US
				Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine as N7247C
			16296 (MSN 10955) w/o Jun 1998.  Wreck noted June 1999 at Coleman Barracks, Germany but since disappeared.
			16305 (MSN 10964) to AMARC as XA0475 Sep 25, 1995.
			16307 (MSN 10967) mounted on a pole at Vietnam War Memorial I-70 exit Fruita (near Grand
				Junction), CO.
			16326 (MSN 10985) to Argentine Army as AE-436.  Damaged Mar 26, 2002 when hangar at Curuzu Cuatia City
				was flattened by a tornado.  Believed repairable.
			16329 (MSN 10988) at Lexington, NE Transportation Museum
			16330 (37th Signal Bn, 1st Signal BDE) crashed 4 mi of Quang Tri, SVN Apr 3, 1972. All 4 KIA.
			16339 (MSN 10998) registered N58RF.  Substantially damaged Mar 2, 1985 near Moses Point, AK. 
				Approximately 15 miles SE of Moses Point the helicopter encountered deteriorating weather. 
				A descent was made to 50 ft above the ice at an airspeed of about 50 kts. At this time a 
				white out condition was encountered and a right turn was initiated. The right skid contacted 
				the ice and the helicopter rolled over
			16340 on display with Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
			16342 (937th Eng) crashed in South Vietnam May 12, 1970.
			16349 (UH-1V, MSN 11008) on dispay at VFW Post #5850 at Eufala, Alabama.
			16361 (MSN 11020) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N388SD Feb 8, 2008.  Later to Colombian Army as EJC-404.  W/o Jul 9, 2005. 
			16370 (MSN 11029) to Royal Thai AF as B.H.6-23.  crashed Aug 6, 2008.
			16371 (MSN 11030) to Thai AF as H6-24/12. Shot down in mountains at Amphoe Muang, Thailand Apr 11, 1970. 3 killed, 5 injured.
			16372 (MSN 11031) to Royal Thai Air Force as 20346
			16375 (158th Avn, C Co) shot down by ground fire in SVN May 18, 1970. 5 KIA, 1 rescued.
			16376 (MSN 11035) in storage at Kingston Regional APT.  Registered N375ZZ Mar 11, 2009.
				Reported to be displayed in museum at Mineral Wells, TX.
			16378 (MSN 11037) to Thai AF.  Crashed in Yala Province Aug 6, 2008
			16384 (MSN 11043) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and 
				supplied to Colombian Army as EJC-422
			16386 (MSN 11045) with 240 AHC in Vietnam
			16387 (11th ACR) crashed in Vietnam Apr 12, 1970. 4 crew KIA.
			16400 (MSN 11059) to Vietnam AF
			16402 (MSN 11061) in hangar at Ft Rucker used as maintenance trainer.  Noted Mar 8, 2005
				in Yano Hall, Fort Rucker.
			16404 (MSN 11063) at Ft. Rucker, AL.
			16406 (MSN 11065) to AMARC as XA0391 Apr 17, 1995
			16415 (MSN 11074) to civil registry as N91133 Dec 2001.
			16417 (MSN 11076) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N382SD Feb 8, 2008
			16421 (MSN 11080) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N389SD Feb 8, 2008.  Later to Colombian
				Army as EJC-423 
			16425 (MSN 11084) on static display
			16429 (1st Cav, 15 Med Co) crashed due mechanical failure in SVN Apr 25, 1970. All three crew seriusly injured, later died.
			16441 (MSN 11100) lost in Vietnam Feb 5, 1970.
			16446 (MSN 11105) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Served with Fuerza Aerea Panamaena as SAN-128.  Registered as XC-LIZ
				Oct 4, 2005.
			16451 (MSN 11110) to Australia as A2-110 Dec 1969
			16459 (MSN 11118) to Korean Army in 1991.
			16487 (MSN 11146) crshed in Alabama Oct 2, 1987. 
			16491 to Lebanese army.  Crashed on mountain top in Bekaa valley, Lebanon
				May 12, 2006 following technical failure.  All four onboard killed.
			16492 (MSN 11151, 101st Avn, B Co) shot down in Laos Mar 20, 1971. Crew rescued.
			16503 (MSN 11162) became N165UA.  Noted Jun 1997 at University Aviation College, Anchorage, AK.
			16504 (MSN 11163) to American Legion Post #313, Fairmount, IN
			16505 (MSN 11164)stored at Coleman Barracks, Germany Oct 2003
			16506 (MSN 11165) stored at Coleman Barracks, Germany Oct 2003
			16507 (MSN 11166) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to 
				Columbian AF as FAC-4508.  W/o Aug 12, 2002 in heavy landing at Melgar after
				engine failure at 50 feet.  Must have been repaired since it
				went to US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N390SD Feb 8, 2008.  Back to Colombian AF as
				FAC-4508.
			16510 (MSN 11169) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N343SD Feb 8, 2008.  Later to Colomiban
				Army as EJC-405. 
			16513 (MSN 11172) seen at Fairbanks airport, Alaska missing rear fuselage.
			16515/16516 (MSN 11174/11175) to Royal Thai Police Air Wing as 1710/1711. 
				16515 (MSN 11174) as Royal Thai Police 1710 noted stored at Ram Inthra heliport Mar 2013. 
				16516 (1711) w/o sometime after Oct 1995.
			16519 (MSN 11178) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  
				Returned to USA and registered N344SD Feb 8, 2008 with Department of State Air Wing
			16520 (MSN 11179) lost in Xekong province, Laos Aug 10, 1970 due to engine failure.  Crew chief
				KIA, 3 crewmembers and passengers rescued.
			16526 (MSN 11185) with US Border Patrol as N72469.
			16528 (MSN 11187, 120th CAC) crashed at thunderstorm in SVN May 31, 1970. 10 KIA.
			16531 (MSN 11190) to AMARC as XA0498 Sep 28, 1995
			16536 (MSN 11195) to Philippine AF.  Seen at VFW Post #8562, Eagle Pass, TX Jan 2008
			16550 (101st Avn, A Co) on the ground in the LZ hit by an RPG in SVN Jul 20, 1970, abandoned, later destroyed by 
				friendly forces. 1 KIA, 2 injured.
			16554 (17th Cav, 2nd Sqn, B Troop) crashed into trees at night in SVN Feb 15, 1971. 7 KIA.
			16563 (MSN 11222) registration N30111 taken up May 2002)
			16568 (MSN 11227) to N62619 with California Department of Justice, seen in 2014.
			16575 (MSN 11234) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N391SD Feb 11, 2008
			16579 (MSN 11238) to Bolivia as FAB 8696.
			16594 (MSN 11253) to Greenup County War Memorial, Flatwoods, Kentucky
			16598 (MSN 11257) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N347SD Feb 8, 2008
			16608 (MSN 11267) became N166UA.  Noted Jun 1997 at University Aviation College, Anchorage, AK.
				Noted Mar 2006 at Armed Forces Museum, Camp Shelby, MS
			16609 (MSN 11268) at Williamson, GA Sep 2007
			16610 (MSN 11269) at VFW Post #5532, Washington, OH Dec 2007.
			16614 (UH-1V, MSN 11273) on display at NAS-JRB Willow Grove, PA
			16622 (MSN 11281) to civil registry as N662MC
			16623 (MSN 11282) on display at Virginia Aviation Museum, Richmond,VA
			16626 (MSN 11285) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
				Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
				and Law Enforcement) as N393SD Feb 11, 2008.  Registration N393SD cancelled
				by FAA Feb 20, 2009 as "destroyed"
			16627 (MSN 11286) to Bosnia-Hertzegovina AF as VF-1811 then A-2620.
68-16629/16686	Unknown allocation
68-16687/16986	Bell OH-58A-BF Kiowa
			MSN 40001/40300
			16688,16689,16696,16702,16708,16726,16727,16732,
			16734,16735,16738,16739,16743,16746,16753,16755,
			16757,16758,16761,16769,16775,16808,16815,16817,
			16827,16839,16840,16846,16847,16849,16851,16856,
			16866,16867,16872,16878,16885,16889,16890,16895,
			16900,16901,16915,16919/16921,16942,16949,16949,
			16953,16954,16957,16958,16963,16969,16970,16978,
			16979,16982 converted to OH-58C(RG).
			16692,16697,16705,16716,16718,16724,16728,16737,
			16741,16742,16747,16750,16751,16762,16764,16783,
			16787,16793,16794,16798,16800,16810/16812,16819,
			16825,16826,16830,16845,16850,16853,16855,16859,
			16870,16877,16881,16882,16886,16892,16896,16898,
			16899,16902,16903,16907,16909,16911,16917,16928,
			16931,16935,16939,16940,16947,16948,16951,16956,
			16961,16962,16956,16984,16985 to OH-58C(FG)
			16944 to OH-58C.
			16691,16695,16698,16701,16704,16706,16710,16710,
			16715,16717,16719,16723,16725,16731,16748,16754,
			16756,16771,16784,16786,16791,16792,16797,16799,
			16802,16805,16806,16820,16832,16837,16854,16861,
			16863,16868,16869,16871,16880,16908,16922,16923,
			16925,16930,16933,16968,16974,16976 rebuilt to
			OH-58D.
			16703,16714,16721,16744,16772,16788,16801,16809,
			16841,16916,16983 to GOH-58A.
			16764,16903,16940 to GOH-58C.
			16687 (MSN 40001) at Ft. Rucker, AL
			16688 (MSN 40002) registratin N230FC reserved Aug 25, 2006, taken up Oct 18, 2006
			16690 (MSN 40004) registered N6690 Jan 9, 2006
			16692 (OH-58C, MSN 40006) in scrapyard at Wampsville/Oneida, NY May 2001
			16694 to N7237R
			16695 (MSN 40009) to US Navy as 816695.  rebuilt as OH-58D 88-0298.
			16697 (MSN 40011) was N9241E.  Registration cancelled Nov 28, 2007 as 
				sold for parts only.  N9241E restored to register Feb 15, 2008.
			16703 (MSN 40017) noted in fire training compound at Fort Rucker Mar 2002.  To N7237K
			16707 to N1167W
			16709 (MSN 40023) became N2604R Aug 19, 2004.
			16711 to N153SA
			16716 to N6265E
			16718 to N626SF with Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office.  Deregistred as destroyed.
			16722 to N255BP
			16724 to N724NC
			16725 (MSN 40039)converted to OH-58D(I) 91-0571 
			16726 (MSN 40040) registration N434MP reserved Feb 16, 2007, taken up Sep 20, 2007
			16727 (MSN 40041) registration N911LP reserved Jul 21, 2005, taken up Nov 1, 2005
			16729 to N82772
			16734 noted on display at entrance to US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, Alabama
			16736 (MSN 40050) to N312HP, sale for scrap.  Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at State Highway Patrol, Raleigh, NC, Jun 17,  2014 
			16737 (MSN 40051) to civil registry as N61PD in 1996.
			16740 to N72367
			16741 (MSN 40055) to civil registry as N106AG in 1995.
			16742 (MSN 40056) to civil registry as N158GS.
			16746 (MSN 40060) registration N94546 reserved Nov 14, 2006, but NTU, cancelled Jun 13, 2011.
				Registration N198CC assigned Jul 29, 2014
			16747 to N72365
			16749 (15th ART) crashed into a hill in SVN Dec 1, 1970. 4 KIA.  Report that it went to N7236Z is probably wrong.
			16750 (MSN 40064) was N431MP, cancelled May 14, 2008 as "parted out?
			16751 (MSN 40065) to N911JN
			16753 (MSN 40067, OH-58C, 229th Avn) crashed in southern Iraq Apr 4, 1991. 2 killed.
			16757 to N7236N
			16759 (MSN 40073) destroyed at Fort Bliss, Tx in 1985 during exercise.
			16762 (MSN 40076) to N62629
			16765 to N62509
			16768 (MSN 40082) to civil registry as N354SP.  cancelled Dec 2001 as
				'destroyed Dec 19, 2001', but N354SP restored to current register
				Jun 25, 2004.
			16770 to N7239U
			16771 (MSN 40085) rebuilt as OH-58D 85-24708.
			16775 (OH-58C, MSN 40089, 1-212th Avn) destroyed on ground by thunderstorm
				at Fort Rucker, AL Apr 22, 2005.  AFM 4/2007
			16778 at Aviation awarehouse, El Mirage, CA Oct 2007
			16779 to N913SP
			16782 shot down by automatic weapon fire in SVN May 3, 1971. 1 KIA, 2 injured.
			16783 to N783SD
			16787 to N2393X
			16789 to N8064C
			16790 to N529YS, registration cancelled.
			16791 (MSN 40105) rebuilt as OH-58D 90-00369
			16794 to civil registry as N6260H in 1996
			16797 (MSN 40111) to US Navy as 816797
			16798 (MSN 40112) to XB-GMO
			16800 to N911CC.  October 23, 2013, impacted terrain during a hard landing on a field near Omaha, Texas. The helicopter sustained substantial 
				damage to the tail boom and main rotor blades The pilot stated that he was approaching to land with a load of chemical when the left skid 
				dug into high grass and loose dirt. The helicopter spun around, and the main rotor contacted the tail boom. No injuries
			16803 struck the side of a mountain, crashed and burned in SVN Dec 4, 1970. 4 KIA.
			16808 (MSN 40122) registration N68LE reserve Aug 25, 2006, taken up Sep 11, 2006
			16810 (MSN 40124) to civil registry as N911SS, N1075K taken up Jan 2003.  Registration
				N158AB reserved Sep 28, 2006, taken up Nov 14, 2006
			16811 (MSN 40125) to civil registry as N321LC, destroyed/scrapped.
			16812 (MSN 40126) to N670HP
			16813 to N72188
			16814 (1st Cav, 1st Sqn) hit by ground fire at the LZ and crashed at Ban Kahn, Laos Mar 7, 1971, the helo was 
				destroyed by friendly forces. 2 KIA, 2 rescued.
			16819 to N660HP
			16829 to civil registry as N922MC Jun 2004.
			16834 (MSN 40148) on civil register as N287MP.  Re-registered as N630HP Sept 2001.
			16835 to N163CC
			16840 (MSN 40154) noted in fire training compound at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.
			16841 assigned to 165th Transportation Company (Aviation Direct Support) 
				Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-Feb 1972.
				Assigned to 201st Aviation Company (Corp) Red Barons Mar72-
			16844 (17th Cav, 3rd Sqn, C Troop) crashed prior landing at Xuan Lec, SVN Apr 29, 1970. 1 KIA, 1 injured.
			16846 (MSN 40160) registration N623HC reserved Feb 19, 2008, taken up
				Jun 26, 2008
			16850 (MSN 40164) to JOH-58C.  Noted in fire training compound at Fort Rucker Mar 2002.
			16853 at Pinal Airport, AX Jan 2008
			16856 (MSN 40172) was N232GC, reredistered N232FW Apr 11, 2005.
			16858 (MSN 40174) currently N232GC, registration N232FW reserved Feb 14, 2005
			16866 (MSN 40180, 11th Avn) crashed in Germany following wire strike Apr 22, 1994.
			16870 (MSN 40184) later became N62PD, N66VE reserved Mar 17, 2005, 
				taken up May 1, 2005.  Was not remanufactured as 88-0293
			16872 (MSN 40186) registered N942SC Sep 8, 2005. Registered N7115S
				Sep 8, 2005.
			16878 (OH-58C, MSN 40192, 1-212th Avn) destroyed on ground by thunderstorm at
				Fort Rucker, AL Apr 22, 2005.  AFM 4/2007
			16881 (MSN 40195) allocated registration N1179Q which was never taken up.
				Registration N526AA allocated Apr 2002.  April 2004 issue of 'Air Forces Monthly' 
				reports it gone to Dominican Army as EN-1902.  Registration N526AA cancelled Apr 14, 2006
				on sale to Dominican Army as EN-1902.
			16886 to civil registry as N870HP
			16888 (17th Cav, 3rd Sqn, A Troop) shot down by ground fire, exploded in midair 13 km SE of Snoul, Cambodia 
				May 27, 1971. Both crew KIA.
			16891 to N904SF
			16893 (MSN 40207) registration N11997 reserved Sep 10, 1996, taken up
				Feb 7, 2005(!)  It is reported that in 1999 this helicopter flew
				with marks N911PW, which were apparently reserved for an
				unspecified aircraft by Brevard County Sheriff's Department but
				never officially taken up.  Registration N911PW reserved Apr 11, 2005,
				taken up May 9, 2005.
			16894 (MSN 40208) received on civil registry as parts-only ship and never in flyable condition.  
				Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Anne Arundel County Police Dept, Millersville, MD, Jun 20 2014 
			16901 (OH-58C, MSN 40215) in scrapyard at Wampsville/Oneida, NY May 2001
			16903 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
			16904 (MSN 40218) registration N4207A reserved Nov 19, 2004,taken up
				Dec 14, 2004.  Used by Cedar Rapids police.  Reported May 1, 2007
				to have been used for spare parts and remains put up for auction.
			16913 to N236GC
			16917 (OH-58C, MSN 40231) became N62036. April 2004 issue of 'Air Forces Monthly' reports it gone to 
				Dominican Army as EN-1901
			16918 to N283MP.  October 26, 2013 substantially damaged during a forced landing near the Jefferson City 
				Memorial Airport (JEF), Jefferson City, Missouri.  Main rotor blades severed the tail boom from the 
				fuselage during the forced landing. Injuries: 1 Minor,1 Uninjured.
			16919 (OH-58C, MSN 40233, 1-212th Avn) destroyed on ground by thunderstorm at
				Fort Rucker, AL Apr 22, 1945.  AFM 4/2007
			16923 (MSN 40237) converted to OH-58D 85-24705.
			16928 Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 10th Aviation Battalion. 
				Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Dec70-Feb72
				Crashed Sep 23, 1971 South Vietnam.  Assigned to 201st Aviation Company (Corp) Red Barons Mar72-
			16939 (MSN 40253, OH-58C, 4th Avn) crashed near Cucharas Reservoir, CO Nov 6, 1991. 2 killed.
			16940 (MSN 40254) at Palm Springs Air Museum, Palm Springs, California
			16941 converted to OH-58D(R) 93-0935
			16943 (OH-58C, MSN 40257) to civil registry as N63785, sold to Dominican Republic Dec 2001.
				Restored to US register as N63785 Oct 23, 2003.  N63785 cancelled
				Dec 17, 2007b on sale to owner in Dominican Republic.
			16947 (MSN 40261) reported Jan 2008 as N198PD with Colorado Springs
				Police Department but grounded due to budget cuts and up for disposal.
			16948 (MSN 40262) to N64PD
			16951 (OH-58C, MSN 40265) allocated civilian registration N32JA June 2001. 
				Registration N915SJ reserved Aug 23, 2005, taken up May 2, 2006.  Offered for sale by auction Feb 3, 1015
			16954 (OH-58C, MSN 40268) registration N740SD reserved Nov 9, 2006,
				taken up Jan 25, 2007
			16954 to civil registry as N740SD.  Donated to Pit Count Sheriff's Office, NC
			16955 (5th Cav, 3rd Sqn, D Troop) shot down by automatic weapons fire in SVN Mar 24, 1971. 3 KIA.
			16956 to civil registry as N124JD in 1996
			16961 (MSN 40275) to civil registry as N463MC in 1996.  stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Charlotte 
				County Sheriff Dept, Punta Gorda, FL, Aug 26 2014 
			16965 (MSN 40279) to civil registry as N82791 with Cedar Rapids, IA 
				police department.  Reported May 1, 2007 to be missing parts and
				to be up for auction.
			16971 (MSN 40285) i storage with Alaucha Sheriff Department at Gainesville RAP, Florida in Jul 2003.
			16979 (MSN 40293) registration N390HP reserved Feb 22, 2007.  N390HP for sale by GSA Auctions at Max Westheimer 
				Arpt, Norman, OK, Jun 19 2014.  Donated by Oklahoma Department of Public Safety in Jul 2014 to Fort Worth
				Aviation Museu/Veterans Memorial Air Park at Fort Worth, Texas
			16982 (OH-58C, MSN 40296) registration N158BR reserved Oct 30, 2006,
				taken up Dec 13, 2006.
			16985 (MSN 40299, 24th CAB) collidied with OH-58A 70-15307 and crashed at Fort Irwin, CA Nov 11, 1985. 1 killed, 1 injured.
68-16987/16989	Serial numbers not used.
68-16990/16996	Grumman OV-1C Mohawk 
			All converted to OV-1D.  16992 to JOV-1D.
			16992 in 2008 was at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
			16993 loaned to Israeli AF as 4X-JRB.  Returned to US Army.  Put on static display at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, MI.
			16994 stored in open by Valiant Air Command.  16998 is reported as OV-1D
				seen Apr 15, 2008 at Valiant Air command Museum, allegedly a composite
				using parts from 64-14265 and 68-15934.  This may actually be 68-16994.  Need confirmation.
			16995 acquired on unknown date by Paul S. Pefley, Lake Worth Florida. Aircraft Parked at Lantana Airport Lantana Florida. 
68-16997/17019	Cancelled contract for Grumman OV-1D Mohawk 
68-17020/17113	Bell AH-1G-BF Cobra
			MSN 20748/20841.
			17022,17024/17026,17034,17036,17037,17042,17044,
				17046,17051,17054/17056,17058,17060,17061,17069,
				17071,17093,17098,17099,17109,17223 converted to AH-1S.
			17058 to GAH-1S.
			17023,17028,17031,17040,17043,17047,17049,17052,
				17062,17063,17065/17067,17070,17072,17074/17076,
				17078/17080,17082,17084,17085,17087,17088,17091,
				17092,17095,17096,17100,17101,17104,17105,17108,
				17111,17112 to AH-1F.
			Total of 93 AH-1Gs converted to AH-1Q prior to further upgrade to AH-1S.
			17021 (MSN 20749) w/o Feb 11, 1970.
			17022 (MSN 20750) converted to AH-1S.  In May 2007 was at American Armoured Foundation, Inc, Danville, VA. 
			17023 (MSN 20751) to USMC as 157228.  Returned and converted to AH-1S.  Noted withdrawn from use May 18, 2001.  
				At Merritt Island, FL in 2008.  Noted Dec 2012 preserved in false US Marines marks at Merritt Island Veterans
				Memorial Museum, Florida.
			17024 (MSN 20752) to Turkish Army as 10656
			17026 (MSN 20754) at EAA Museum, WI.  Noted on display outside American Legion Post #75 at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin Aug 2013.
			17027 (MSN 20755) to USMC as 157229.  
			17028 to GAH-1F.
			17033 (8th Cav, F Troop) shot down by AAA during "Bat 21" rescue attempt in SVN Apr 2, 1972. Crew recovered.
			17036 (MSN 20764) in scrapyard at Wampsville/Oneida, NY May 2001.
			17039 (235th Avn) pilot failed to pull up during attack run and crashed in SVN Jan 27, 1970. Both crew KIA.
			17040 (MSN 20768) to American Legion Post #65, Statesville, North Carolina
			17041 (MSN 20769) to USMC as 157230
			17042 (MSN 20770) to American Legion Post #250, Arlington, Minnesota
			17043 (MSN 20771) to City of St Cloud, Florida
			17045 (MSN 20773) to USMC as 157231
			17049 (MSN 20777) to USMC as 157232.  Returned and converted to AH-1S.  (AH-1F) was at Griffiss AFB, Rome, NY as a 
				hulk May 19, 2002.
			17052 (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.  Since 2007 was sitting in St Cloud Veterans Memorial 
				Park, St Cloud, FL.
			17053 (361st Avn) shot down by ground fire in SVN May 9, 1972. 1 KIA, 1 POW.
			17057 (9th Cav, 1st Sqn, C Troop) shot down by automatic weapons fire in SVN Jan 28, 1970. Both crew KIA.
			17062 (MSN 20790) to USMC as 157233.  Returned and converted to AH-1S
			17066 (MSN 20794) to USMC as 157234.  Returned and converted to AH-1S
			17067 (MSN 20795) on display at Russell Military Museum, Russell, Illinois Jul 2011.
			17070 (MSN 20798) to USMC as 157235.  Returned and converted to AH-1S.  Later converted to AH-1F.   Noted in 
				storage at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001.  Preserved at VFW Post #6248 at Decatur, Michigan as memorial to Cpt Leo 
				Huber, KIA in May 1969 and is marked as 15686.
			17072 (AH-1F, MSN 20800) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
				Has left Fort Drum and is now preserved at American Legion Post #25, Milltown, NJ.
			17074 (MSN 20802) at Marine Corps League, Detachment #754, Lowville, New York
			17076 (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001, awaiting
				shipment oversea.
			17079 (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001, awaiting
				shipment overseas
			17080 (MSN 20808) at Cross Country Veterans Memorial Committee, Wynne, AR
			17082 (MSN 20810) to USMC as 157236.  Returned and converted to AH-1S.  registered N820HF May 12, 2006.  
				Stored at Tara Field, GA Jan 2008.  To Army Aviation Heritage Foundation, Hampton, Georgia
			17083 (9th Cav, 1st Sqn) crashed into the South China Sea near SVN Jan 5, 1971.  Both crew KIA.
			17084  In 2013 located in a range target storage compound on the SE portion tip of Eglin AFB, no public access. 
			17085 (MSN 20813) to VFW Post #5156, Sweetwater, Tennessee 			
			17086 (MSN 20814) to USMC as 157237.
			17088 (MSN 20816) to American Legion Post #712, Pleasant Hills, Pennsylvania
			17090 (MSN 20818) to USMC as 157238.
			17099 (MSN 20827) to American Legion Post #309, Kendall, Wisconsin
			17100 in storage at Mercer County APT, NJ.
			17101 (MSN 20829) to USMC as 157239.  Returned and converted to AH-1S 
			17104 on display at VFW post #10254 in Three Points, AZ.
			17105 (MSN 20833) to USMC as 157240.  Returned and converted to AH-1S
			17106 (101st Avn, D Co) shot down by ground fire in Laos Feb 9, 1971. Both crew KIA.
			17108 (MSN 20836) to USMC as 157241.
			17109 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
			17113 at Fort Hood museum
68-17114/17139	Unknown allocation
68-17140/17369	Hughes OH-6A Cayuse
			Hughes Model 369A Series III.  MSN 1100/1329
			17140 (MSN 1100) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Jun 1969-Nov 1970
				Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
			17141 (MSN 1101) assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
				Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-Sep 1971
				Accident Sep 20, 1971 South Vietnam, destroyed
			17142 (MSN 1102) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion Jun 1969
				Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Jul 1969-Feb 1970
				Combat damage Sep 14, 1969 and force landed, South Vietnam.  Accident  Feb 17, 1970.   The pilot and two passengers 
					sustained only minor injuries.
				Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Feb 1970
			17143 (MSN 1103) stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
			17144 (MSN 1104) Registered N6188H to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, May 19, 1993 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 1, 2011; current
			17145 (MSN 391105) Registered N369PS Sep 29, 1999; reregistered Sep 27, 2010.
				Registered N99888 Sep 27, 2010; current.  On November 15, 2003 the aircraft, registered to and operated by a 
				private individual, crashed while approaching to land in Brooksville, Florida. 
			17146 (MSN 391106) Registered N502SL to the State of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, Jan 31, 2001; reregistered.
				Registration N502SU reserved Sep 27, 2004; ntu; reregistered Dec 17, 2004
				Registration N501SL reserved Oct 29,2004; registered to the State of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, Dec 17, 2004; current
			17147 (MSN 1107)
			17148 (MSN 1108) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1969-Mar 1970.
				Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts 
				Accident Jul 11, 1971 Ba Xugen Province, RVN, when the Gunner got shot and brought a "bomb" back inside the 
					aircraft causing it to explode in mid-air
			17149 (MSN 1109) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division. Named Iron Butterfly
				Combat damage Oct 28, 1969, Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam when the pilot received a fatal head wound prior 
					to crashing near Ho Bo Woods while checking out suspected VC at low level.
			17150 (MSN 1110)
			17151 (MSN 1111) Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.  Shot down Apr 5, 1970 Quang Tri Province, RVN. 
				The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission about 10 kilometers west-northwest of Tam Ky when it was hit by 
				automatic weapons fire, crashed and burned.
			17152 (MSN 1112) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Dec 26, 1969 South Vietnam
			17153 (MSN 1113) 
			17154 (msn 1114) Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division Jun 1969-Feb 1971	
				Named Pepe Le Pew.  Registered N6187C to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, May 19, 1993; 
				cancelled Jul 8, 2008.  On June 15, 1999 the aircraft crashed during the landing approach at Tucson, Arizona. 
				The aircraft was destroyed and the commercial pilot, the sole occupant, received serious injuries
			17155 (MSN 1115) Assigned to US Army National Guard – Puerto Rico [1980]
				Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Modified as MH-6C.  Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
				Registered N310HP as a MH-6C to the Oklahoma Dept of Public Safety, Oklahoma, OK, 24Dec08; reregistered 27Jan11
				Registered N10532 as a MH-6C to the Oklahoma Dept of Public Safety, Oklahoma, OK, 27Jan11; current
			17156 (MSN 1116) Assigned to 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
				Combat damage Apr 22, 1970 Tay Ninh Province, RVN when the engine was hit.
			17157 (MSN 1117) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Aug 9, 1969 South Vietnam
			17158 (MSN 1118)
			17159 (MSN 1119) registered N62628 to the Harrison County Sheriff Department, Marshall, TX, Jun 10, 1996
				Registered N62628 to the City of Temple Police Department, Temple, TX, Jun 12, 2002.
				Registered N62628 to the Webb County Sheriff’s Office, Laredo, TX, Apr 19, 2013; current
			17160 (MSN 1120)
			17161 (MSN 1121)assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads Jul 1969-Oct 1970
				Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment Feb 1971-May 1971
				Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Feb 1972-Apr 1972
				Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Jun 1972-Oct 1972		Named Aloha 
				Assigned to D Troop, 17th Cavalry Division Nov 1972				Named Oscar Meyer 
				Combat damage Nov 5, 1972 eight miles southeast of Da Nang, South Vietnam, crashed and destroyed
			17162 (MSN 1122) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1969-Dec 1969
				To Fort Bliss, Biggs AAF, El Paso, TX. Noted stored Oct 2007
			17163 (MSN 1123) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
				Accident Jul 27, 1971 South Vietnam
			17164 (MSN 491124) assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, 1972.
				Registration N214HH reserved Aug 9, 2006, taken up Sep 5, 2006
			17165 (MSN 1125) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division
				Shot down Jul 13, 1969 Quang Tri Province, RVN. The aircraft was Shot down during an armed reconnaissance 
					mission north of Chu Lai in the vicinity of Sand Island.
			17166 (MSN 1126) assigned to B Company, 1st Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division.  Accident Jul 27, 1971 South Vietnam
			17167 (MSN 1127) Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Jul 1969-Jun 1970.
				Accident Jun 30, 1970 South Vietnam. Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Dec 1970-Oct 1971
				Assigned to US Army National Guard Nov 1971-
				Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade.  Modified as OH-6A
				Registered to US Border Patrol as N51844 Aug 12, 1992.  Later to Department of Homeland Security after 2002.  
				To AMARC Jan 7, 2011.  Departed Aug 23, 2011 to US Department of Agriculture, Cedar City, UT.  Registered to 
				USDA Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services (USDA/APHIS/WS) Sep 7, 2011, current. 
				Offered for sale Oct 2014.  Sale reported Sep 7, 2011.
			17168 (MSN 1128) Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment. Accident Sep 4, 1970 South Vietnam.
				Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Modified as AH-6C.  Modified as MH-6C.  Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
				Registration N707MP reserved for Tennesssee Metro Nashville Police Department Oct 9, 2008, taken up Dec 17, 2008.
				Registered N707MP as a MH-6C to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, Florence, AZ, Oct 24, 2013; reregistered Feb 26, 2014
				Registered N372SD as a MH-6C to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, Florence, AZ, Feb 26, 2014; current
			17169 (MSN 1129) Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Jun 1969-Oct 1970.
				Combat damage Sep 19, 1970 Tay Ninh Province, RVN.  Pilot wounded, observer killed.   Assigned to Air 
					Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Dec 1970-Nov 1971
				Accident Oct 24, 1971 South Vietnam.  Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Feb 1972-Jul 1972
				Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
				Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar 1973-
			17170 (MSN 1130) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1969-Aug 1969.
				Assigned to 108th Division Training, Army Reserves, Charlotte, NC. Accident Aug 26, 1971
			17171 (MSN 1131) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry.  Accident Jul 6, 1969 South Vietnam
			17172 (MSN 49-1132) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1971-Jan 1972.
				Registered N910GD to the Martin County Sheriff’s Office, Stuart, FL, Apr 24, 1995; reregistered Dec 3, 2002
				Registered N910WC Dec 3, 2002; reregistered Jan 26, 2005.  Registration N531TJ reserved Jun 9, 2004; ntu
				Registered N239MY Jan 26, 2005; current
			17173 (MSN 1133) Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts
				Accident Dec 19, 1972 South Vietnam
			17174 (MSN 1134)
			17175 (MSN 1135) assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division.  Assigned to E Battery, 82nd Artillery, 1st Cavalry.
				Damaged Apr 21, 1971 on a reconnaissance mission in Cambodia when it was hit by automatic weapons fire. 
				Assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs 
				Accident Sep 15, 1971 Hua Nghia Province, RVN. Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters 
					for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
				Registered N5185B to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Aug 12, 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, May 3, 2011; current
			17176 (MSN 1136) assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Jul 1969-Oct 1970
				Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1971-Aug 1971
				Combat damage Aug 1, 1971 Thua Thien Province, RVN, crashed and burned during a scout mission south of Phu Bai.
			17177 (MSN 1137) assigned to 198th Infantry Brigade.
				Accident Nov 26, 1970, Quang Ngai Province, RVN.  Burst into flames. The aircraft was destroyed by the crash fire.
			17178 (MSN 1138)
			17179 (MSN 1139) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.
				Shot down Mar 12, 1970, Quang Tri Province, RVN during a reconnaissance mission when it was hit by automatic 
					weapons fire and crashed.
			17180 (MSN 1140)
			17181 (MSN 1141) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1969
			17182 (MSN 1142) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1969-Jan 1970.
				Accident Feb 12, 1970 South Vietnam
			17183 (MSN 1143) assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads.
				Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment [Apr 1970-Jul 1970]
				Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts [Jan 1971-Mar 1971]
				Shot down Mar 14, 1971 South Vietnam, crashed and destroyed
			17184 (MSN 1144) acquired from the U.S. Army by the Lee County Sheriff's Office (LCSO) on January 3, 1996. 
				After acquisition by the LCSO, the aircraft was shipped to Heli-Tech, located in Panama City, Florida, 
				where it was refurbished and given an annual inspection. After completion, the helicopter was delivered to the 
				LCSO on October 16, 1996, and placed into service. 
				Registered N72LC to the Lee County Sheriff’s Department, Fort Myers, FL May 16, 1997; Cancelled Sep 25, 2002
				On December 20, 1999 the helicopter, registered to and operated by the Lee County Sheriff's Office (LCSO), 
				crashed into the roof of a building. 
			17185 (MSN 1145) assigned to 2nd Brigade, 1st Infantry. 
				Accident Aug 28, 1969 South Vietnam
			17186 (MSN 1146) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1969
				Shot down Oct 29, 1969 west of Kin Long, An Xugen Province, RVN. The aircraft was Shot down while providing 
				close support to heavily engaged ground forces. A few seconds after a radio call notifying that the observer 
				was hit, the aircraft exploded.
			17187 (MSN 1147)
			17188 (MSN 591148) Assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
				Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1970-Mar 1971
				Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Mar 1971
				Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1972-Feb 1972
				Registered N104BN to the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics, Meridian, MS, 13Jan97. Cancelled Oct 25, 2010 
				on export to the Philippines.  Registered 2006 to Jans Helicopters Inc as RP-C4912 but NTU. 
				On December 28, 2008 the aircraft impacted ocean water and sank following a loss of control on takeoff 
				from a fishing vessel in the Pacific Ocean's Solomon Sea, about 350 miles west of Honiara, Solomon Islands. 
				The pilot, a Philippine national, was not found and is presumed dead, and the passenger, a Chinese national, 
				sustained serious injuries. The helicopter, which was registered to Oceanside Helicopters, Inc., of 
				Port Vila, Vanuatu, was not recovered and is presumed destroyed.
			17189 (MSN 1149) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jul 1969-Sep 1969
				Combat damage Sep 13, 1969 South Vietnam and crashed. Later recovered for repair
				Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jan 1970-Aug 1970
				Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Dec 1970-Mar 1971
				Assigned to 498th Medical Air Ambulance Company [Dustoff] Apr 1971-May 1971
				Shot down May 30, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed
			17190 (MSN 1150)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Jul 1969-Oct 1970.
				Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Feb 27, 1971 South Vietnam
			17191 (MSN 1151) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1972
				Modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers 
				Used in the US invasion of Grenada in October 1983, code-named URGENT FURY.
			17192 (MSN 1152)
			17193 (MSN 1153) modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the 
				Army's Special Forces.  Registered N5185H as a OH-6 to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, 
				Aug 12, 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.
				The aircraft on display at 45th Infantry Division Museum, Oklahoma City, OK listed as 68-17193 is actually 
				a parts airframe built up from several different aircraft.
			17194 (MSN 1154) 	Assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Jul 1969-Apr 1970
				Combat damage Apr 24, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and crashed. Later recovered to An Khe for repair.
				Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) May 1970 
				Assigned to Directorate, Sharpe Army Depot Jun 1970-Aug 1970
				Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Sep 1970-Nov 1970
				Assigned to Directorate, Sharpe Army Depot Dec 1970-Apr 1971
				Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords May 1971-Jun 1971
				Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jul 1971
				Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Aug 1971-Oct 1971
				Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Nov 1971
				Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Jan 1972-Apr 1972
				Accident and destroyed Apr 17, 1972, South Vietnam
			17195 (MSN 1155) assigned to C Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment.
				Accident Jul 28, 1971, South Vietnam.  Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for 
				assignment to the Army's Special Forces.  Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
			17196 (MSN 1156)
			17197 (MSN 1157) at VFW Post #7779, Hyde Park, Vermont
			17198 (MSN 1158) assigned to D Company, 229th Aviation Regiment.
				dent Oct 29, 1971, South Vietnam
			17199 (MSN 1159) assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts.
				Accident Jun 20, 1970, South Vietnam
			17200 (MSN 1160) bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA.
				Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1971-Mar 1972
				Shot down Mar 30, 1972 Kontum Province. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance of a bunker-hooch complex 
				about 12 miles W-SW of Kontum. During the mission, small arms fire from one of the hooch’s downed the aircraft.
			17201 (MSN 1161) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
				Flying Circus Mar 1970-May 25, 1970.  Accident Jun 5, 1970, South Vietnam
			17202 (MSN 1162) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Jul 1969
				Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division Aug 1969-Dec 1970
				Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Jan 1971-Mar 1971
				Accident Mar 30, 1971 South Vietnam. 
			17203 (MSN 1163) bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jan 1972-May 1972
				Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Jun 1972
				Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division Jul 1972-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
				Assigned to US Army National Guard Feb 1974-
				Assigned to US Army National Guard – Alabama, B Company, 1st Battalion, 131st Aviation Regiment
				Registered N521KS to Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office, Spartanburg, SC, Oct 21, 1996; expired Dec 31, 2012
			17204 (MSN 1164) assigned to US Army National Guard - Pennsylvania.
				On display at Pennsylvania National Guard Military Museum, Fort Indiantown Gap, Muir AAF, PA Oct 2007.
			17205 (MSN 1165) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Jul 1969-Mar 1970
				Accident Apr 6, 1970, South Vietnam
			17206 (MSN 1166) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Aug 1969-Mar 1970
				Damaged Sep 11, 1969 Chu Lai, South Vietnam. 
				Assigned to Division Artillery, 23rd Infantry Division Apr 1970-Aug 1971
				Accident Jul 4, 1971 South Vietnam. 
				Bailed to Bell Helicopters, Fort Worth, TX Oct 1972-Nov 1971
				Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jan 1972-Nov 1972
				Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois Dec 1972-Jun 1974
				Assigned to 85th Division Training, Army Reserves, Chicago, IL Oct 1974
				Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois Nov 1974-
				Assigned to US Army National Guard – Massachusetts. D Troop 1/110th Air Cavalry, Westover AFB
				Assigned to US Army National Guard – Vermont [1976]
				Preserved and on display at Burlington International Airport, VT
			17207 (MSN 1167) Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry
				Damaged Feb 19, 1971 Phu Yen Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when it 
				was hit by automatic weapons fire.
				Combat damage May 2, 1971 in the U Minh Forest, Kien Giang Province
			17208 (MSN 1168) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Infantry Division Jul 1969-Feb 1970
				Accident Feb 8, 1970 South Vietnam.  Assigned to Division Artillery, 23rd Infantry Division Nov 1970-Oct 1971
				Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Jan 1972
				Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Aug 1972-Feb 1973
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Systems Test Activity, Edwards Air Force Base, CA Jan 1973
				Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar 1973-
			17209 (MSN 1169) assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads .
				Assigned to Directorate for Support Transportation
				Combat damage Apr 6, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit by a satchel charge and caught fire.
				Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division, 1st Aviation Brigade [Dec 1972]
				Shot down by automatic weapons fire Dec 7, 1972 west of Saigon, RVN. 
			17210 (MSN 1170) delivered to US Army Jun 1969.
				Assigned to 1st Brigade, 25th Infantry Division 
				Accident Jan 31, 1970 Tay Ninh Province, RVN.  Crashed and burned.
			17211 (MSN 1171)  assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.
				Accident Jul 2, 1972, South Vietnam
			17212 (MSN 1172) to the Nicaraguan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional as 515. W/o by Mar 1977
				Registered N215GS to Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office, Spartanburg, SC, Oct 21, 1996; cancelled Apr 15, 2013
			17213 (MSN 1173) to Nicaraguan AF as 516 and written off on August 20, 1975.  Also listed as Kansas City Police Department
				parts donor aircraft, hulk advertised for sale by GSA Auctions Apr 20, 2015
			17214 (MSN 1174) (9th Cav, 1st Sqn, A Troop) shot down by small arms fire in SVN May 2, 1970. 3 KIA.
				To the Nicaraguan Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional as 517. W/o Feb 3, 1972
			17215 (MSN 1175)
			17216 (MSN 1176) Registered N911EP to St Louis County Police Department, Chesterfield, MO, 11Apr 11, 1997; current
				On July 13, 1999 the aircraft sustained substantial damage during an auto-rotational landing to the surface
			17217 (MSN 691177)  assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division, Named Cheap Thrils
				Assigned to 165th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
				Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-Jun 1972
				Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
				Registered N294GS to Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office, Spartanburg, SC, Mar 18, 1998; current
			17218 (MSN 591178) The helicopter was transferred to the DEA on September 4, 1992
				Registered N234ZM; cancelled Jun 4, 2013.
				Accident Aug 25, 1995. The aircraft was practicing pinnacle landings to an elevated structure. It began 
				spinning to the right, landed hard and rolled on its side.
				On September 25, 1998, a Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) OH-6A, registration N234ZM, crashed 
					about 1 mile east of Copeland Airport (4TA), Newark, Texas. The aircraft was destroyed by impact and post-crash fire.
			17219 (MSN 1179) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 4th Infantry.
				Combat damage Sep 16, 1969 Pleiku Province, RVN, and crashed
			17220 (MSN 1180) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Jul 1969-Dec 1969
				Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Division, Phuoc Vinh Sep 1970-Mar1971	Named Give Blood
				Accident Mar 17, 1971 South Vietnam
			17221 (MSN 1181)
			17222 (MSN 1182) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1969-Sep 1969
				Combat damage Sep 20, 1969 South Vietnam.  Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Oct 1970-Nov 1970
				Assigned to 163rd Composite Supply Company May 1971-Jan 1972
			17223 (MSN 691183) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Oct 1971-Feb 1972
				Registered N187YM Oct 21, 1993; cancelled Jun 4, 2013
				Registration N187YM assigned Aug 8, 2013; ntu, cancelled Feb 13, 2014
				Registered N187YM May 22, 2014; current
			17224 (MSN 1184) Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1969
				Combat damage Sep 20, 1969 South Vietnam
			17225 (MSN 1185) Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's 
				Special Forces
			17226 (MSN 1186)  assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Aug 1969-Oct 1971
				Accident Oct 25, 1969 South Vietnam. In flight at 1400 ft & 80 knots, the aircraft experienced anti-torque 
				failure; the aircraft auto rotated into a rice paddy. 
				Combat damage Dec 26, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Repaired on the spot and returned to base. 
				Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Jan 1972-Jun 1972
				Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972
				Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1972-Jan 1973
				Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb 1973
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, Feb 1974-
			17227 (MSN 1187) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment Darkhorse 
				Accident Sep 7, 1969 near Lai Khe,  South Vietnam. The aircraft was caught in a cross fire during a 
				visual reconnaissance. The pilot was hit 5 times, the aircraft crashed and rolled over.
			17228 (MSN 1188) modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
			17229 (MSN 1189) assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Dec 12, 1971 South Vietnam
			17230 (MSN 1190) Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Mar 1970-Nov 1970
				Assigned to NASA for the "Higher Harmonic Control" flight test programme. This was a joint programme between 
					NASA and the U.S. Army. The programme was flown from the Hughes Test Flight Facility at Palomar Airport 
					in California and the Yuma proving grounds in Arizona. This programme took place between 1982 and 1985. 
					The modified aircraft was first flown at the US Army Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona, on 25 August, 1982, 
					and was evaluated by the manufacturer, the Army's Research and Technology Laboratories, and the NASA 
					Langley Research Center.  Last reported at Falcon Field, Phoenix, AZ.
			17231 (MSN 1191) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion Jul 1969-Aug 1969
				Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 1st Infantry Sep 1969-Oct 1969
				Combat damage Oct 20, 1969 South Vietnam, crashed and destroyed
			17232 (MSN 1192) Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 4th Infantry Division.
				Accident Oct 2, 1969 Binh Dinh Province, RVN
			17233 (MSN 1193)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Mar 1971-Apr 1971
				Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment  
				Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jul 1971-Nov 1971
				Accident Nov 1, 1971 South Vietnam, destroyed
			17234 (MSN 691194) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Aug 1969-Dec 1971
				Registered N72LB to the City of Long Beach, Long Beach, CA, 12Nov 12, 1999. Reregistered May 1, 2012
				Registered N658JL May  1, 2012; current
				On July 6, 2006 the aircraft was substantially damaged during a hard landing near Medford, Oregon.	
			17235 (MSN 1195)  assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division. Accident Feb 11, 1971, South Vietnam
			17236 (MSN 1196) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Mar 1971-Nov 1971
				Accident Nov 18, 1971, South Vietnam
			17237 (MSN 1197) Assigned to 1st Brigade, 4th Infantry Division.  Accident Nov 16, 1969, South Vietnam
			17238 (MSN 1198) assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts	Named Le Disiple Du Paix
			17239 (MSN 1199)  Assigned to Division Artillery, 25th Infantry Division.
				Accident May 29, 1970, South Vietnam
			17240 (MSN 1200) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse 
			17241 (MSN 1201) Registration N40863 assigned; ntu
				Registered N691PD to Kansas City Police Department, Kansas City, MO, Nov 7, 1994; reregistered Oct 23, 2012
				Registered N331AB to Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Birmingham, AL, Oct 23, 2012; reregistered Oct 21, 2013
				Registered N369LE to Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Birmingham, AL, 21Oct 21, 2013
			17242 (MSN 1202)  Modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces
			17243 (MSN 691203) assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company Hillclimber Apr 1970-Jun 1970
				Assigned to D Company, 229th Aviation Regiment
				Used Apr 8, 1972 to extract eight soldiers to safety.	
				Assigned to F Troop, 9th Cavalry Armored Division.  Assigned to US Army National Guard – Alabama
				Assigned to US Army National Guard – Rhode Island
				Registered N73LB to the City of Long Beach, Long Beach, CA, Nov 12, 1999. Reregistered Nov 25, 2003
				Registration N363SF assigned; ntu.  Registered N243D Nov 25, 2003; cancelled Dec 16, 2009.
				On August 6, 2004 the aircraft sustained substantial damage when it impacted the ground following a loss of 
					directional control while landing at Merrill Field, Anchorage, Alaska. 
				Registered N243D to Evan Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu, Oct 17, 2012; current
			17244 (MSN 1204) assigned to B Company, 1st Aviation Division
				Combat damage Sep 11, 1969 Binh Duong Province, RVN when it was hit by AK fire and crashed.
				Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Nov 1971-Jul 1972
				Assigned to US Army National Guard – Puerto Rico [1980]
			17245 (MSN 1205) assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. Accident Jun 24, 1970, South Vietnam
			17246 (MSN 1206) Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 196th Infantry Brigade
				Accident Jan 26, 1970 Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam. . The aircraft hit in a tail-low attitude, severing 
					the drive shaft but not breaking off the tail assembly, and came to rest off the side of the landing pad. 
					Three men on the ground immediately made for the helicopter in order to assist the crewmen; one of them 
					was struck and killed by the helicopter's still-rotating blades as he approached the aircraft to rescue the crew.
				Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
				Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Apr 1970-Jan 1971
				Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-Feb 1972
				Shot down Mar 27, 1971 South Vietnam from small arms fire that damaged the flight controls and resulted in a 
					forced landing and destruction of the aircraft.
				[The 7-17 Cavalry history states that the aircraft returned to the US Feb 1972 but quotes the date of loss as Mar71 
					and also quotes the Goldbook as this aircraft being a total loss]
			17247 (MSN 1207) Assigned to 11th Aviation Company (General Support), 1st Cavalry Regiment 
				Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar71-May71
				Shot down near Camp Enari, Pleiku Province, South Vietnam May 20, 1971. 2 KIA.
			17248 (MSN 1208) assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
				Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1971-Mar 1971
				Accident Mar 27, 1971, South Vietnam
			17249 (MSN 1209) modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Modified as MH-6C
				Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers. SOC Oct 1, 2008
				Registered N129SD as a MH-6C to Desoto County Sheriff’s Department, Hernando, MS, Dec 17, 2008; current
			17250 (MSN 1210) assigned to 108th Division Training, Army Reserves, Charlotte, NC 
				Accident Aug 20, 1971, South Vietnam
			17251 (MSN 691211) assigned to US Army National Guard – Puerto Rico [1980]
				Registered N58963; cancelled 17Oct 17, 2002
				On June 7, 2001 the aircraft, operated by Saber Executive Helicopters, was destroyed during collision 
					with mountainous terrain in Perry, West Virginia
			17252 (MSN 1212) assigned to Division Artillery, 25th Infantry Division 
				Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment [1971]	Named 5th Dimension
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, 1972-1976
				Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York.  Noted stored at Hemet 1997
				Donated to the March Field Museum on  March 5, 2001 by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department
				Preserved and on display at March Field Museum [restored 2004]
			17253 (MSN 1213) Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry [Oct69] 
			17254 (MSN 1214) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Apr 30, 1971 South Vietnam
			17255 (MSN 1215) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Feb 1971
				Registered N6360S Mar 15, 1999; current
			17256 (MSN 1216) Named Snoopybird
				Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
			17257 (MSN 1217) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry.  shot down near Snuol, Cambodia Jul 24, 1971.  Pilot rescued, observer and
				door gunner KIA.
			17258 (MSN 1218) Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Mar70-Feb71
				Modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Modified as MH-6C
				Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
				Registered N10532 as a MH-6C to Dale County Sheriff's Office, Ozark, AL, Jan 29, 2009; reregistered N262SD Mar 27, 2009
				Registered N262SD as a MH-6C to Dale County Sheriff's Office, Ozark, AL, Mar 27, 2009.
				Registered N262SD as a MH-6C to Chilton County Sheriff's Office, Clanton, AL, Nov 7, 2012.
				Registered N262SD as a 369A to Oxford Police Department, Oxford, AL, Apr 3, 2015; current
			17259 (MSN 1219)
			17260 (MSN 1220)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Sep 1969-Nov 1969
			17261 (MSN 691221)  registered N74LB to the City of Long Beach, Long Beach, CA, Nov 12, 1999. Reregistered Nov 25, 2003
				Registered N74LB to the Jim’s Air Repair, Port Vila, Vanuatu, Mar 16, 2010; Reregistered N66HH Oct 8, 2013
				Registered N66HH to the Jim’s Air Repair, Port Vila, Vanuatu, 8Oct 8, 2013
				On September 11, 2010 the aircraft sustained substantial damage following a forced landing into the Pacific 
					Ocean about 654 miles southeast of Majuro, Marshal Islands. 
			17262 (MSN 1222)  asigned to Division Artillery, 25th Infantry Division.  Accident Sep 19, 1969 South Vietnam
			17263 (MSN 691223) Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1972-Jan 1973
				Registered N249LM Oct 21, 1993; reregistered N369BK May 10, 2013
				Registered N369BK May 10, 2013; current
			17264 (MSN 1224)  assigned to Headquarters and Headquarter Battery, Division Artillery, 4th Infantry Division. 
				Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1970-Dec 1970
				Shot down Dec 19, 1970, Tuyen Duc Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a visual reconnaissance mission when it 
					received a direct hit from a B40 rocket and exploded.
			17265 (MSN 1225)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Oct 1969-Jan 1972
				Damaged Sep 4, 1970 South Vietnam. The aircraft was conducting a low level visual reconnaissance when the gunner 
					threw a white phosphorous grenade out of the aircraft at a target.  The grenade exploded immediately. 
					The pilot proceeded to Ha Than and landed the aircraft without further damage. The aircraft had sustained 
					damage to one rotor blade.
				Combat damage Jan 27, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed
				Combat damage Jun 30, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed
				Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Aug 1972-Apr 1973
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Systems Test Activity, Edwards Air Force Base, CA Jan 1973
				Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, May 1973-Aug 1973
				To AMARC Aug 29, 1978; departed Aug 12, 1981 to Columbia Helicopters, Portland, OR
			17266 (MSN 1226)  Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Sep 1969
			17267 (MSN 1227)  Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Dec 1969-Nov 1970
				Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-May 1971
				Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA.  Registered N47267 Sep 13, 2012; current
			17268 (MSN 1228)  assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
				Flying Circus May 1970-Apr 1971.  Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
				Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1972-Sep 1972.  Accident Sep 10, 1972 South Vietnam
				Triceracopter: Hope for the Obsolescence of War 1977 by Patricia Renick
				Preserved at the Langsam Library, University of Cincinnati
				The University of Cincinnati’s Walter C. Langsam Library is the home for Triceracopter – an impressive half 
					triceratops, half helicopter 30-foot sculpture. Created in 1977 by artist Patricia A. Renick to 
					commemorate the U.S. Bicentennial, Triceracopter: The Hope for the Obsolescence of War combines the form 
					of a triceratops dinosaur with an Army OH6A Cayuse combat helicopter flown in Vietnam.
				Renick spent three years gathering the materials for the sculpture and completing the work. With help from 
					the U.S. Army, she secured a badly damaged Vietnam-era helicopter fuselage, reconstructing most 
					of it in fiberglass. Other helicopter parts were found and contributed by U.S. Army National Guard 
					units in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut.
				Triceracopter is a gift of Laura H. Chapman, December 2010.
				Triceracopter was last exhibited at the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center in 1978.
			17269 (MSN 1229)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment Darkhorse [Nov 1969]
				Combat damage Nov 7, 1969 Lai Khe, Binh Duong province, RVN. While returning home after a visual reconnaissance, 
					the crew went to investigate movement in an open field and were killed instantly by enemy fire.
			17270 (MSN 1230) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
				Flying Circus Mar 1970-Jun 1970.  Assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns 
				Accident Nov 14, 1970, South Vietnam
			17271 (MSN 1231) registered N812SD to Clay County Sheriff's Department, Liberty, MO, Jul 1, 1996; reregistered Jun 14, 2001.
				Registered N692PD to Board of Police Commissioners, Kansas City, MO, Jun 14, 2001; reregistered May 31, 2013
				Registered N332AB to Sweetwater Police Department, Sweetwater, FL, May 31, 2013; current
			17272 (MSN 791232) registered N238JK Oct 21, 1993; sale reported Oct 31, 2008, cancelled May 24, 2012
			17273 (MSN 1233)  assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
				Accident Feb 4, 1972, South Vietnam
			17274 (MSN 1234) assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Sep 1969-Feb 1970
				Combat damage Jan 2, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Repaired
				Combat damage Jan 26, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Repaired
				Combat damage Feb 3, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Later recovered and repaired
				Accident Mar 13, 1970 South Vietnam due to engine failure.   Both the pilot and the passenger immediately 
					exited the aircraft. There were no injuries.
				Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Mar 1970-May 1970 
			17275 (MSN 1235) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Nov 7, 1969, South Vietnam
				Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 19th Cavalry Regiment [1970]	Named Queer John
			17276 (MSN 1236) modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
				Accident May 20, 1988 when main rotor blade hit the tail boom. and hit the ground near Portland during a 
					cross-country training run from Fort Campbell, TN.
			17277 (MSN 1237) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Jun 12, 1972, South Vietnam
			17278 (MSN 1238) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Nov 1969-Apr 1970
				Combat damage Apr 19, 1970, South Vietnam by small arms fire and crashed. Later recovered for repair and salvage
			17279 (MSN 1239) registered N9117H to United States Navy, Monterey, CA, Oct 24, 2000.
				Registered N9117H to Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS, May 4, 2009; current
			17280 (MSN 1240) to civil registry as N6187D with US Border Patrol May 19, 1993, later to Department of Homeland Security.
				To AMARC Aug 2010.  Registered to USDA/Aphis Ws Aviation Training May 3, 2011, current.  For sale Oct 2014.
				To Hagatna, Guam Feb 18, 2015.
			17281 (MSN 1241) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. Accident Sep 30, 1970, South Vietnam
			17282 (MSN 791242) assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads.
				Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Air Cavalry Regiment [Feb 1971-Jun 1971] 
				Registered N369LA to Limey Air Service, Tamuning, Guam, Feb 3, 2003; current
			17283 (MSN 791243) 	assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 4th Infantry Division Sep 1969-Feb 1970
				Assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Mar 1970-Oct 1970
				Assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns Dec 1970-Jan 1971
				Combat damage Jan 5, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire and crashed. Later recovered for repair
				Assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment Feb 1971-May 1971
				Assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1971-Aug 1971
				Accident Aug 15, 1971 South Vietnam. The aircraft hit hard on the left skid, collapsing the struts and 
					allowing the main rotor blades to contact the ground and damage the tail boom. 
					The pilot shut the aircraft down and all crew members exited the aircraft without injury.
				Bailed to Bell Helicopters, Fort Worth, TX Oct 1971-Nov 1971
				Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Feb 1972-Jul 1972
				Assigned to US Army National Guard Sep 1972-
				Registered N289TH Oct 21, 1993. Registered to Spotters Inc, Tamuning, Guam, Feb 24, 2006; current
			17284 (MSN 1244)
			17285 (MSN 1245) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Dec 24, 1969, South Vietnam
			17286 (MSN 791246) Assigned to 165th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
				Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-May 1971
				Accident May 15, 1971 South Vietnam. The aircraft experienced an anti-torque failure while on a visual 
					reconnaissance about 10 miles west of Phu Nhon.  The pilot flew back to Pleiku AFB and made a running 
				landing. He over ran the runway incurring damage to the front/left strut and the two main rotor blades.
				Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, 1972
				Registered N75LC to the Lee County Sheriff’s Department, Fort Myers, FL Apr 19, 1995; reregistered  N174RC Aug 21, 2006
				Registered N174RC Aug 21, 2006; reregistered  N174EC Mar 16, 2010
				Registered N174EC Mar 16, 2010; current
			17287 (MSN 1247) Assigned to D Company, 229th Aviation Regiment.
				Accident May 19, 1972, Phuoc Long Province, RVN. The aircraft was performing a visual reconnaissance of the 
					Dong Nai River. The skids of the LOH touched the water, the gunner was knocked out of the aircraft into 
					the water. The aircraft went into a left hand, nose high turn, then went nose low into the water and sank
			17288 (MSN 1248) Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Oct 1969-Apr 1970
				Assigned to 196th Infantry Brigade.  Accident Apr 4, 1971, South Vietnam
				Probably bailed to Air America July 1971 as ‘17288’ for  a  communications intercept  project  called  “Main  Street”
				Registered N352X as a Hughes 369HS/500P, c/n 800248S. 
				Modified Jul 1971-Oct 1971 to Hughes 500P, designation NOH-6A 	The Quiet One
				Ferried to Air Asia’s base at Tainan, Taiwan late 1971 or  in  January  1972 and  used  there  until  the  
					spring  of 1972 to train 6 senior officers from the 34th Squadron of the Republic of China Air Force 
					for a wiretap mission into North Vietnam.  Loaded  into  an  Air  America  C-130  and  flown  to  Takhli, 
					Thailand about June 1972; flown to PS 44 [an isolated guerrilla base on a mountain plateau in southern Laos] 
					in June 1972 for a wiretap mission into North Vietnam; Used  by  Taiwanese  crewmen  from  the  RoCAF’s  
					34th  Squadron  to  practice  night missions near PS 44 until early September 1972, when the Taiwanese were 
					sent home; then, Air America crews were trained to fly to Vinh in North Vietnam and to tap the telephone  
					line;  after  several  failures,  that  mission  was  successfully completed  in  the night  of  6  to  7  
					December 1972. Flown  to  Thailand  on  board  an  Air  America  C-130  in December   1972,   immediately   
					after   the   Vinh   mission   was   completed
				Sold  to  The  Pacific  Corporation,  Washington,  in  1973;  sold  to  Southern  Sky  Inc., Dallas,  TX,  on  
					Jun 27, 1973
				Believed transferred  to  the  US  Army  CERDEC Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate, located at Fort 
					Belvoir, VA.  Possibly reverted to a regular Hughes 500
			17289 (MSN 1249) Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse Feb 1971
				Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse 
				Combat damage May 24, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire and crashed. Later recovered and repaired
			17290 (MSN 1250) modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Modified as MH-6C.  Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
				Assigned to Foreign Military Sales [FMS]
			17291 (MSN 1251)  Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Sep 1969-Apr 1971.
				Shot down Apr 11, 1971, South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed
			17292 (MSN 1252) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Dec 1969-Apr 1970.
				Accident May 8, 1970, South Vietnam
			17293 (MSN 1253)  assigned to 3rd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division.  Accident Mar 22, 1970, South Vietnam
			17294 (MSN 1254) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.  Accident Jun 14, 1971, South Vietnam
				17295 (MSN 1255) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division Blue Ghost
				Combat damage Dec 11, 1969 Quang Tri Province, RVN. The aircraft was on a visual reconnaissance mission and 
				was checking out a trail that showed recent use. The aircraft came under heavy fire; 
				the observer was killed, the pilot was struck in the neck by small arms fire during the first salvo and died 
				almost instantly. Aircraft was repaired and flown back to base.
				Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts 
				Accident Jul 8, 1972, South Vietnam
			17296 (MSN 1256)
			17297 (MSN 891257) Probably bailed to Air America July 1971 as ‘17297’ for  a  communications intercept  project  
				called  “Main  Street”.  Registered N351X as a Hughes 369HS/500P, c/n 900257S. 
				Modified Jul 1971-Oct 1971 to Hughes 500P, designation NOH-6A 	The Quiet One
				Ferried to Air Asia’s base at Tainan, Taiwan late 1971 or  in  January  1972 and  used  there  until  the  
				spring  of 1972 to train 6 senior officers from the 34th Squadron of the Republic of China Air Force for a 
				wiretap mission into North Vietnam.  Loaded  into  an  Air  America  C-130  and  flown  to  Takhli, Thailand 
				about June 72; flown to PS 44 [an isolated guerrilla base on a mountain plateau in southern Laos] in June 1972 
				for a wiretap mission into North Vietnam; Used  by  Taiwanese  crewmen  from  the  RoCAF’s  34th  Squadron  
				to  practice  night missions near PS 44 until early September 1972, when the Taiwanese were sent home; then, 
				Air America crews were trained to fly to Vinh in North Vietnam and to tap the telephone  line;  after  several  
				failures,  that  mission  was  successfully completed  in  the night  of  6  to  7  December  1972.
				Flown  to  Thailand  on  board  an  Air  America  C-130  in December   1972,   immediately   after   the   
				Vinh   mission   was   completed.
				Sold  to  The  Pacific  Corporation,  Washington,  in  1973;  sold  to  Southern  Sky  Inc., Dallas,  TX,  on  June 27, 1973
				Believed transferred  to  the  US  Army  CERDEC Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate, located at Fort 
					Belvoir, VA.  Possibly reverted to a regular Hughes 500
				Registered N6188L as an OH-6A to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, 19May93; cancelled Feb 16, 2005.
				On October 25, 2004 the aircraft landed hard during a forced landing following a loss of engine power near Tucson, Arizona. 
			17298 (MSN 1258)  assigned to 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile).  Accident Feb 25, 1971, South Vietnam
				Modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers.  Used in weapons testing.
			17299 (MSN 1259)  assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Jul 1970-Aug 1970.
				Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Feb 1971-Apr 1971.
				Shot down Apr 26, 1971, South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed
			17300 (MSN 1260) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Dec 1969-Feb 1971.
				Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
				Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jul 1972-Sep 1972
				Accident Sep 6, 1972, South Vietnam
			17301 (MSN 1261) Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Nov 1969-Nov 1970
				Modified as EH-6B in 1982 for SIGINT (Signal Intelligence) and other electronic surveillance activities in 
				support of Special Forces.
				Assigned to 45th Aviation Battalion, US Army National Guard – Oklahoma
				Accident Mar 5, 1987. Mid-air crash 3 miles south of Wagoner, OK during night training under NVGs [night vision goggles]. 
					After collision, this aircraft erupted into a fireball and crashed into a heavily wooded area. 
					The other aircraft crash landed and toppled on its side approx 50' from Hwy 69
			17302 (MSN 1262)
			17303 (MSN 1263)
			17304 (MSN 1264)  Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment
				Accident Feb 18, 1970, South Vietnam
			17305 (MSN 1265) Assigned to Division Artillery, 25th Infantry Division 
				Accident Jun 4, 1970, South Vietnam
			17306 (MSN 1266) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Dec 1969-Feb 1971
				Accident Mar 22, 1971, near Da Nang, South Vietnam
			17307 (MSN 1267) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Dec 1969-Apr 1970.
				Modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
			17308 (891268) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Darkhorse.
				Registered N46TP to City of Tampa Police Department, Tampa, FL, 10Nov94; cancelled Nov 8, 2013
				On January 4, 2002 the aircraft, registered to, owned, and operated by the City of Tampa Police Department, 
					collided with terrain during training maneuvers in a field near Tampa International Airport in Tampa, 
					Florida. The helicopter sustained substantial damage.  For sale by auction Feb 20, 2015
			17309 (MSN 1269) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Apr 22, 1972, South Vietnam
			17310 (MSN 1270) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Nov 1969-Jan 1970.
				Combat damage Jan 26, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed.
				Assigned to 163rd Aviation Company (General Support), 101st Airborne Division Apr 1970-Dec 1971 
				Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
				Assigned to US Army National Guard Jan 1974-
				Registered N317LC to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Department, New Port Richey, FL, May 1, 1996; cancelled Jun 28, 2011
				Registered N317LC to Bravo Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu, Jun 26, 2013; current
				On January 2, 2003 the aircraft, registered to and operated by Pasco County Sheriff's Office, landed hard 
					during an autorotative landing following a loss of engine power after takeoff from Hidden Lake Airport, 
					New Port Richey, Florida. The helicopter was substantially damaged
			17311 (MSN 991271) Registered N239MY Oct 21, 1993; reregistered Jan 10, 2005
				Registered N531TJ Jan 10, 2005; reregistered Oct 4, 2011
				Registered N156KS Oct 4, 2011; current
			17312 (MSN 1272) assigned to A Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Apr 1970.
				Accident Jan 17, 1970, South Vietnam
			17313 (MSN 1273) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Apr 1970
				Accident May 12, 1970, South Vietnam
			17314 (MSN 1274) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Battalion, Division Artillery, 1st Infantry Division Jan 1970-Feb 1970.
				Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Mar 1970-Dec 1971.
				Accident Jul 8, 1971 South Vietnam.   Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Aug 1972-Apr 1973
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Systems Test Activity, Edwards Air Force Base, CA, Jan 1973
				Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, May 1973-Jan 1974
				Assigned to US Army National Guard May 1974-Jun 1974
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, Aug 1975-
				To AMARC Sep 27, 1978; departed Jun 24, 1981 to Felker AAF, Fort Eustis, VA
			17315 (MSN 1275)
			17316 (MSN 1276) modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Assigned to 45th Aviation Battalion, US Army National Guard – Oklahoma
				Accident Mar 5, 1987. Mid-air crash 3 miles south of Wagoner, OK during night training under NVGs. After collision, 
					the other aircraft erupted into a fireball and crashed into a heavily wooded area. This aircraft crash 
					landed and toppled on its side approx 50' from Hwy 69.
				Assigned to Foreign Military Sales [FMS]
			17317 (MSN 1277) assigned to 165th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
				Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1971-Feb 1972.
				Accident Oct 5, 1971 South Vietnam.
			17318 (MSN 1278)  registered N318LC to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Department, New Port Richey, FL, May 1, 1996. 
				Registered to Alfa Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu, Mar 15, 2012; current
			17319 (MSN 1279)  Assigned to Division Artillery, 23rd Infantry Division.  Accident Jun 4, 1970, South Vietnam
			17320 (MSN 1280) assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts.
				Accident Sep 7, 1970, South Vietnam
				Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
				Noted stored at Yuma, AZ, 1997
				Registered N5185C to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Oct 19, 2000, 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, May 4, 2011; sale reported Feb 19, 2015 to Hagatna, Guam
			17321 (MSN 1281) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry.
				Shot down  May 21, 1970 in Cambodia. The aircraft was on reconnaissance mission when it was hit by automatic 
				weapons fire and crashed.
			17322 (MSN 1282) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion Jan 1970.
				Assigned to 11th Aviation Company (General Support), 1st Cavalry Regiment Feb 1970-Nov 1970
				Assigned to D Company, 229th Aviation Regiment Dec 1970-Mar 1971, operated by F Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
				Combat damage Mar 5, 1971 South Vietnam. Force landed and repaired
				Shot down Mar 4, 1971, Tinh Binh Tuy Province, RVN. Acting as the scout on a "Sniffer" mission, the aircraft was 
					laying down suppressive fire when it was caught in a lethal crossfire of AK-47 and simultaneously hit by 
					a B-40 rocket. The aircraft went into a violent spin, smashed through the jungle canopy and burst into 
					flames upon impact.
			17323 (MSN 1283) assigned to Division Artillery, 23rd Infantry Division.  Accident Jun 12, 1970, South Vietnam.
			17324 (MSN 1284) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1970-Feb 1972
 				Registration N4086Q assigned Sep 23, 1994; ntu, cancelled May 25, 2011
			17325 (MSN 1285) assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts.
				Accident Dec 5, 1970, South Vietnam
			17326 (MSN 1286) assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts.
				Accident Sep 26, 1970, South Vietnam
			17327 (MSN 1287) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion Dec 1970 
				Assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads Jan 1970-Mar 1970
				Assigned to 165th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
				Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1971-Jun 1972
				Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment Jul72-Jan73
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL
			17328 (MSN 1288) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry, 25th Infantry Dec 1969-Apr 1970
				Combat damage Mar 16, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Later recovered to Tay Ninh for repair
				Combat damage Apr 11, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Later recovered for repair
				Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Jun 1970-Nov 1970
				Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division May 1971-Jun 1971
				Combat damage Jun 21, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire, force landed and destroyed. 
			17329 MSN 1289) assigned to D Troop, 17th Cavalry.
				Accident Oct 26, 1972, Quang Ngai Province, RVN. While on a scout mission, hovering at tree-top level, 
				a command-detonated mine blew the aircraft out of the air.
			17330 (MSN 1290) assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.
				Accident Mar 23, 1970, South Vietnam
			17331 (MSN 1291) donated to the March Field Museum on March 5, 2001 by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.
				Pod noted in storage area at March Field Museum Jan 2002.
			17332 (MSN 1292) Assigned to Division Artillery of the 23rd Infantry Division at Chu Lai, South Vietnam.
				Damaged Oct 11, 1970, Duc Pho, RVN. Damaged Jul 1971 and shipped to USA for repair
				Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
				Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division, Tan My, South Vietnam.
				Damaged Dec 21, 1972. The aircraft was flying at 150 feet with an airspeed of 80 knots. The pilot noticed a 
					change in engine noise signifying engine failure, and the engine out warning lit as the helicopter began 
					an autorotation. The helicopter made a hard landing on a narrow dirt road and sustained some damage on touchdown.
				Shipped to USA for repair Feb 1973. Stored
				Assigned US Army National Guard – Oklahoma Mar 1974
				Assigned to Task Force 160. Transferred to Fort Campbell, KY
				Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
				Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Modified as MH-6C.  Last flight Jan 9, 1998 and SOC
				Converted 2006 into A/MH-6 “Little Bird” Light Assault/Attack Configurable (LASAR) Combat Mission Simulator (CMS) at
					Ft. Campbell, Kentucky
			17333 (MSN 1293) to US Navy as 687333. Modified as TH-6B, MD Helicopters Model MD369H
				 Assigned to US Navy Test Pilot School, Patuxent River, MD as TPS #42. SOC 2008
			17334 (MSN 1294) assigned to US Army National Guard – Puerto Rico [1980]
				Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
				Registered N5185L to United States Border Patrol Immigration and Naturalization Service, El Paso, TX, Mar 2, 1999; 
					cancelled Apr 1, 2002 at owner's request
				Registered N369AH as a Little Bird LLC 6C with c/n 1294 to Little Bird LLC, Santa Teresa, NM, Oct 30, 2013; 
					current [used as a photographic and film production prop]
			17335 (MSN 1295) assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads.
				Accident May 10, 1970 Saigon, RVN.  Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) [Sep71]
				Accident Sep 13, 1971 South Vietnam
			17336 (MSN 1296)
			17337 (MSN 1297) Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry.
				Shot down  Jan 22, 1971, Laos. The aircraft was shot down near Bear Cat in III Corps. The aircraft was part of a 
					Hunter-Killer team that day. The pilot had spotted an active base camp through 
					a high canopy. In the process of turning around over the camp for another look, he was shot down. 
					Both the pilot and observer survived the crash through the canopy. After exiting the burning helicopter, 
					they were shot at close range by the Viet Cong
			17338 (MSN 1298) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords May 1971-Dec 1971
				Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division
				Shot down Jun 12, 1972 South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and rolled over, Thua Thien Province, RVN
			17339 (MSN 1299) registered N339SD to Erie County Sheriff’s Office, Buffalo, NY, Dec 14, 1994; expired Jun 20, 2013
			17340 (MSN 1300) Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts	Named Miss Clawd IV
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, 1972
				Preserved and on display at the US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL 
			17341 (MSN 1301) Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's 
				Special Forces.  Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade.
				Registered N5185N to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Aug 12, 1992, later to 
					Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. Expired Jan 31, 2012. 
				Sale reported Feb 26, 2015 to US Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife 
					Services (USDA/APHIS/WS), Cedar City, UT.
			17342 (MSN 1302)
			17343 (MSN 1303) Assigned to 7 Corps Support Company, West Germany Jan 1970.
				Assigned to 11th Aviation Company (General Support), 1st Cavalry Regiment Feb 1970-Feb 1971
				Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Mar 1971-Feb 1972
				Assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division Mar 1972-May 1972
				Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Armored Division Aug 1972-Dec 1972
				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.  Assigned to US Army National Guard Feb 1974-
				Preserved and on display at the Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Schenectady County Airport, Glenville, NY
			17344 (MSN 1304) Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.
				Shot down by ground fire W of Hue, SVN Jun 11, 1972. All 3 KIA.
			17345 (MSN 1305) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Feb 1970-Aug 1970.
				Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
				Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1970-Feb 1972
				Registered N473SD to Citrus County Sheriff’s Office, Inverness, FL, Feb 13, 1998; current
			17346 (MSN 1306) 	assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Jan 1970-Sep 1970.
				Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Oct 1970-Nov 1970
				Assigned to 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Dec 1970-Feb 1971
				Accident Feb 13, 1971 South Vietnam.  Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Feb 1971
				Assigned to Lexington Depot, KY, Jul 1971-Dec 1971
				Assigned to U.S. Army Aviation Test Board, Fort Rucker Jan 1972-Oct 1974
				Assigned to the US Army National Guard Nov 1974-
				Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
				Registered N5185S to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Aug 12, 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 15, 2011; current.
			17347 (MSN 1091307) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Jan 1970-Nov 1970.
				Registered N369JH to Judy’s Helicopters, Tamuning, Guam, Sep 13, 2002; cancelled 25Oct 2010 to the Philippines
				Registered Jan 5, 2006 as RP-C4908 to Jan's Helicopter Services of Quezon City, Philippines 
			17348 (MSN 1308) Assigned to 7 Corps Support Company, West Germany Jan 1970.
				Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Feb 1970-Mar 1970.
				Combat damage 22Mar70 South Vietnam by small arms fire and crashed. Later recovered for repair
				Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Aug 1970-Oct 1971
				Assigned to US Army National Guard Nov 1971-
				Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
				Registered N5186J to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Aug 12, 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 3, 2011; sale reported Feb 18, 2015 to Hagatna, Guam.
			17349 (MSN 1309)  assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts.
				Accident May 3, 1970 South Vietnam
			17350 (MSN 1310) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) Flying Circus Feb 1970-Apr 1970.
				Accident Apr 30, 1970 South Vietnam
			17351 (MSN 1311)  assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Feb 1970-Jun 1970
				Accident Jul 18, 1970 South Vietnam
			17352 (MSN 1312)  assigned to 1st Brigade, 4th Infantry.
				Accident Sep 11, 1970 South Vietnam.
			17353 (MSN 1313)  assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Feb 1970-Aug 1971
				Accident Aug 31, 1971 South Vietnam
			17354 (MSN 1314) Assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Feb 1970-Mar 1970.
				Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 198th Infantry Brigade.
				Shot down by small arms fire in Quang Ngai Province, SVN May 22, 1970. 3 KIA.
			17355 (MSN 1315)
			17356 (MSN 1316) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Feb 1970-Aug 1971
				Combat damage Sep 20, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed. Later recovered for repair
				Bailed to Bell Helicopters, Fort Worth, TX Oct 1971-Nov 1971
				Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, NY, Feb 1972
			17357 (MSN 1191317) assigned to Directorate of Support and Transportation, Sharpe AD, CA  Jan 1970-Feb 1970
				Assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division Mar 1970-Jun 1970
				Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support), Chu Lai, RVN Jul 1970-Oct 1970
				Accident Jul 25, 1970 at Chu Lai, RVN.   Assigned to 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Nov 1970-Dec 1970
				Accident Dec 9, 1970 Camp Evans, RVN. 
				Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1971-May 1971
				Accident Jan 9, 1971 Camp Eagle, RVN. 
				Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support), Chu Lai, RVN Jun 1971-Jul 1971
				Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Jul 1971-Oct 1971
				Accident Aug 16, 1971 Camp Evans, RVN.   
				Assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Condors Nov 1971-Dec 1971
				Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Armored Division Jan 1972-Apr 1972
				Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) May 1972-Jun 1972 
				Accident May 15, 1972 Bien Hoa Province, RVN
				Accident May 25, 1972 Bien Hoa Province, RVN
				Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Armored Division Jun 1972-Jul 1972
				Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts Aug 1972-Jan 1973
				Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb 1973-Mar 1973
				Loaned to NASA Langley Research Center, VA Apr 1973-May 1973
				Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot May 1973-Jan 1974
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles #5, Fort Rucker, AL, Feb 1974-Dec 1975
				Assigned to the US Army National Guard – New York, 42nd Aviation Battalion
				Stolen 1988 by an enlisted Army person and severely wrecked at Lakehurst, NJ. Severe damage resulted to 
					the structural airframe, including the keel, seat pans, ribs, and landing gear.
				Assigned to 1108th Aviation Classification Repair Depot  [AVCRAD] , Gulfport, MS 1988-Oct 15, 1989
				Received by the Valley Aircraft Restoration Society Oct 15, 1989
				Since restored to static display condition by Valley Aircraft Restoration Society of Mesa, AZ.
			17358 (MSN 1318) modified as EH-6B in 1982 for SIGINT (Signal Intelligence) and other electronic surveillance 
				activities in support of Special Forces.
				Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				Assigned to the US Army National Guard – Oklahoma, 45th Infantry Brigade
				Registered N5187Y 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 1, 2011; current
			17359 (MSN 1319)  assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry.
				Accident Jun 9, 1970 Tay Ninh Province, RVN. The aircraft was about half-way between FSB Santa Barbara and 
					Katum SF Camp when pilot radioed he could not see the road. He was instructed by the C&C to go to 
					Tay Ninh and shut down. Communication ceased after pilot acknowledged. The aircraft was found crashed Jun 24, 1970.
			17360 (MSN 1320)  assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry
				Combat damage May 10, 1970 in Cambodia. The aircraft was on a reconnaissance mission when it was hit by 
					automatic weapons fire.
				Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Oct 1971
				Accident Oct 24, 1971 South Vietnam
			17361 (MSN 1321)  Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Feb 1970-Nov 1970.
				Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
				Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Feb 1971-Mar 1971.
				Accident Mar 6, 1971 South Vietnam.   The aircraft crashed, burned and later exploded.
			17362 (MSN 1322)  assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
				Accident Nov 11, 1971 South Vietnam
			17363 (MSN 1323) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.  Accident Jun 20, 1971 South Vietnam
			17364 (MSN 1324) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.  Accident Mar 7, 1971 South Vietnam
			17365 (MSN 1325)  assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts	Named Electric Olive II
					Named The Enforcer [1972]
			17366 (MSN 1326)  assigned to 3rd Brigade, 25th Infantry.
				Combat damage Jun 6, 1970 South Vietnam, 10 kilometers southeast of the Dau Tieng base camp
			17367 (MSN 1327)
			17368 (MSN 1328)assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Mar 1970-Apr 1970.
				Combat damage Apr 1970 South Vietnam and force landed.
				Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA Sep 1970-Oct 1970.
				Assigned to 243rd Assault Helicopter Company Apr 1971.
				Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division May 1971-Jul 1972.
				Combat damage May 13, 1971 South Vietnam and  force landed
				Accident Jul 19, 1972 in South Vietnam
			17369 (MSN 1329) assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
				Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Mar 1970-Apr 1970.
				Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
				Registered N377WH May 15, 2009; expired Sep 30, 2011
68-17370/18431	Serial numbers not used
68-18432/18461	Sikorsky CH-54A Tarhe
			18432 (MSN 64034) to civilian registry as N1342Y, N164AC, C-FCRN,
				N164AC
			18433 (MSN 64035) to civilian registry as N5504, N541SB.  W/o
				Jul 13, 1996 with Silver Bay Logging Co 16 mi NNE of Ketchikan,
				Alaska.
			18434 (MSN 64036) in musueum at Camp Shelby, MS
			18435 (MSN 64037) to civilian registry as N154AC with Erikson Air Crane
			18436 (MSN 64038) to civilian registry as N4099L, then FP202,
				then HL9443 Nov 29, 2007
			18437 (MSN 64039) preserved at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
			18438 (MSN 64040) preserved at US Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, Alabama
			18439 (MSN 64041) preserved at Kansas ANG facility, Forbes Field,
				Topeka, KS
			18440 (MSN 64042) to cvilian registry as N7073C
			18441 (MSN 64043) preserved at Georgia Army National Guard, Macon, GA
				Reportedly recently purchased by Evergreen Helicopter Inc of
				McMinnville, OR
			18442 (MSN 64044) with 478th Aviation Heavy Helicopter crashed at landing zone in Xiangkohang Province, Laos
				 Apr 24, 1972.  After unloading a D-4 dozer at the landing zone, the nose gear struck the ground, causing
				the helicopter to cartwheel.  One crew killed, 3 survived. 
			18443 (MSN 64045) with 273rd Aviation Company Heavy Helicopter crashed near Tay Ninh Base Camp, Tay Ninh
				Province, South Vietnam Mar 17, 1979 due to transmission pump failure.  Crew survived.
			18444 (MSN 64046) with 273rd Aviatin Company Heavy Helicopter crashed at fire support base Nobel, Phuoc
				Long Province, South Vietnam Feb 1, 1971.  Crew survived.
			18445 (MSN 64047) with 273rd Aviation Company Heavy Helicopter destroyed in maintenance accident at Stanford
				Airfield, Long Binh Province, South Vietnam Jul 24, 1970.
			18446 (MSN 64048) was at Nevada Air and Military Museum, later to Kenosha
				Military Museum as N446KM
			18447 (MSN 64049) to civilian registry as N54CR, later N54HL with Heavy
				Lift Helicopters, Inc
			18448 (MSN 64050) to civilian registry as N4099D, then FP201,
				then to South Korean Forest Service Dec 24, 2007 as HL9467.  Crashed May 9, 2013 in lake near Andong Dame during
				firefighting operations in Kyeongbuk Province, South Korea.  2 killed, one injured.
			18449 (MSN 64051) to civilian registry as N54KL, N64KL.  W/o Jul 18 1998
				in Yucca Valley, CA
			18450 (MSN 64052) to civilian registry as N2270B.  Registration N247AC reserved Jan 24, 2003
				for Erickson Air Crane, Inc.
			18451 (MSN 64053) to civilian registry as N6156N, N451CR
			18452 (MSN 64054) w/o Jul 28, 1970
			18453 (MSN 64055) to civilian registry as N62352 with Seco Aviation Co.
			18454 (MSN 64056) to civilian registry as NN7089L, N64AR.  W/o Aug 26k 1995
				in Emigrant Gap, CA
			18455 (MSN 64057) to civilian registry as N9125M
			18456 (MSN 64061) to civilian registry as N172AC (Erickson Air Crane), 
				C-FCRN (Canadian Air Crane Ltd)
			18457 (MSN 64062) w/o from army service Sep 29, 1979.  Registered N176AC.
			18458 (MSN 64063) with Hunter Army Airfield Collection.  
				Registered N642EV May 25, 2005
			18459 (MSN 64064 or 64066) registered N20098 October 1993.  Later N542SB, N248AC
			18460 (MSN 64065 or 64067) to N157AC, C-GESC
			18461 (MSN 64066 or 64068) to N4410N, N548CH, N248AC
68-18462/18577	Serial numbers not used.  Some references have 18462/18483 being assigned to
				CH-54Bs, but these numbers are usually listed in FY 1969.
68-18578/18599	Universal pod for CH-54A/B

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