1969 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised May 17, 2015


69-0001/0027		Lockheed C-5A Galaxy
				MSN 500-0032/0058
				0001 stored at Stewart IAP. To AMARC Sep 21, 2012
				0002 AMP at Dover AFB, DE.  To AMARC Aug 20, 2014.
				0003 (MSN 500-0034) grounded for box beam cracks, repair
					completed but a second crack was found and will be repaired
					Sep 2006.  Transferred to Wright Patterson AFB.  More cracks
					have appeared and is grounded again.  Repaired again.  Removed from use and
					stored at Westover ARB. To AMARC Apr 11, 2012
				0004 has gone to Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, GA for use in a 
					3-year 4-phase study entitled 'C-5A Structural Risk Analysis and 
					Model Revalidation', to ascertain viability of C-5 fleet for future 
					investment and upgrade. The study will involve the eventual breaking up of 
					the aircraft for detailed parts inspection.  A piece of the wing
					was donated to the Air Mobility Command Museum at Dover AFB and
					is now on display.  Aircraft now scrapped.
				0005 (MSN 500-0036) To AMARC Nov 19, 2013
				0006 landed fast Nov 2, 2005 with incorrect flap settings, and suffered
					a fire in main landing gear.  Aircraft temp repaired and
					sent to Robins AFB for scheduled maintenance, returned to service.  Named "Spirit of 9-11, Let's Roll"
				0007 (MSN 500-0038) to AMARC Sep 29, 2014
				0008 (MSN 500-0039) named "The Intimidator".  Stored at Stewart IAP.  To AMARC May 3, 2012.
				0009 named "Let Freedom Ring".  To AMARC
				0010 (MSN 500-0041) transferred to Memphis.  To AMARC Oct 23, 2013.
				0011 to AMARC Sep 29, 2012
				0012 to AMARC
				0013 (MSN 500-0044) transferred to Wright Patterson AFB.  To AMARC Sep 24, 2012
				0014 (MSN 500-0045) accepted by the United States Air Force Aug 2, 1971 for the Military Airlift Command (MAC)
					Delivered to 436th Military Airlift Wing, Dover AFB, DE (MAC) Aug 3, 1971
					To the 437th Military Airlift Wing, Charleston AFB, SC (MAC) Jan 26, 1972
					To the 436th Military Airlift Wing, Dover AFB, DE (MAC) Aug 21, 1973
					Used to airdrop/launch a LGM-30A/B Minuteman I missile Oct 24, 1974 as an experiment
						in spreading out US nuclear strike capability.  This system was never adopted, however
					To the 60th Military Airlift Wing, Travis AFB, CA (MAC) Jul 27, 1977
					To the 443d Military Airlift Wing, Altus AFB, OK (MAC) Dec 5, 1981
					To the 60th Military Airlift Wing, Travis AFB, CA (MAC) Sep 17, 1983
					To Lockheed Martin for Wing Replacement Nov 16, 1983
					To the 60th Military Airlift Wing, Travis AFB, CA (MAC) Jun 27, 1984
					To the 443d Military Airlift Wing, Altus AFB, OK (MAC) Aug 20, 1984
					To the 60th Military Airlift Wing, Travis AFB, CA (MAC) Jun 22, 1988
					To the 97th Air Mobility Wing, Altus AFB, OK Air Education & Training Command (AETC) Dec 21, 1996
					To the 60th Air Mobility Wing, Travis AFB, CA (AMC) Mar 1, 2002
					To the 433rd Airlift Wing, Lackland AFB, TX Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) Jan 15, 2004
					To the 164th Airlift Wing, Memphis IAP, TN Air National Guard (ANG) Dec 6, 2011
					Final flight to Dover AFB, DE for demilitarization Aug 7, 2013
					Retired to Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover, Delaware Oct 20, 2013
				0015 to AMARC Mar 28, 2012
				0016 with 68th AS, 433rd AW
				0017 to AMARC Mar 9, 2011.
				0019 removed from use and stored at Westover ARB. To AMARC Sep 25, 2012.
				0020 (MSN 500-0051) transferred to Wright Patterson AFB.  Seen at
					Warner Robins AFB May 15, 2008.
				0021 has Captain America nose art.  To AMARC
				0023 named "Trans-Hauler".  To AMARC
				0024 to Robins AFB for Reliability Enhancement And Re-Engining Program (RERP). Completed C-5M modification 
					(conversion #3) Jan 2007.  First flight after modification Mar 9, 2007, but modifications not full 
					C-5M standard.  Was the only C-5A conversion as plans to convert more C-5As
					(as opposed to C-5Bs) to C-5M were abandoned.    With 436AW, Dover AFB, Delaware
				0025 caries "Memphis Belle X" nose art.  To Lockheed for box beam
					repair, completed.  To AMARC
				0026 to AMARC Sep 28, 2012
				0027 to AMARC Mar 22, 2011.
69-0028/0047		McDonnell Douglas SLV-2G Thor
				0028 (vehicle number 540) used as first stage of Thor Delta DSV-3L #73 to launch
					Pioneer I and TETRS-3 Aug 27, 1969.  Success
				0029 (vehicle number 542) used as first stage of Thor Delta DSV-3L-6 #76 to launch
					ITOS-1 (TIROS-M) Jan 23, 1970.  Success.
				0030 (vehicle number 546) used as first stage of Thor Delta DSV-3L #81 to launch
					ITOS-A (NOAA-1) from Vandenberg AFB Dec 11, 1970.  Success
				0031 (vehicle number 547) used as first stage of Thor Delta DSV-3L #71 to launch
					INTELSAT 3E Jul 25, 1969.  Failed.
				0032 (vehicle number 548) used as first stage of Thor Delta DSV-3L #72 to launch
					OSO-6 Aug 8, 1969.  Success.
				0033 (vehicle number 537) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA from
					Vandenberg AFB Feb 17, 1971.  Failure
				0034 (vehicle number 538) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA from
					Vandenberg AFB Mar 24, 1971.
				0035 (vehicle number 541) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA from
					Vandenberg AFB Mar 19, 1969.
				0036 (vehicle number 543) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch NIMBUS 3 from
					Vandenberg AFB Apr 14, 1969.
				0037 (vehicle number 544) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA from
					Vandenberg AFB May 1, 1969.
				0038 (vehicle number 545) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA from
					Vandenberg AFB Jul 23, 1969.  Success
				0039 (vehicle number 549) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA
					from Vandenberg AFB Dec 4, 1969
				0040 (vehicle number 550) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch classified USAF
					payload from Vandenberg AFB Jul 16, 1971.
				0041 (vehicle number 551) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA
					from Vandenberg AFB Mar 4, 1970.  Success
				0042 (vehicle number 552) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA
					from Vandenberg AFB Nov 18, 1970.
				0043 (vehicle number 553) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch NIMBUS 4
					from Vandenberg AFB Apr 8, 1970.  Success
				0044 (vehicle number 554) used as first stage of Thor Delta DSV-3L #74 to launch
					Skynet A (IDCSP/A) Nov 21, 1969.
				0045 (vehicle number 555) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA
					from Vandenberg AFB May 20, 1970
				0046 (vehicle number 556) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA
					from Vandenberg AFB Jul 22, 1970.  Success
69-0048/0235		Boeing LGM-30G Minuteman III
69-0236/0303		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-42-MC Phantom
				0236 (MSN 3757) converted to F-4G in 1978.  To AMARC as FP606 Jan 10, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0237 (MSN 3758) converted to F-4G in 1978.  To AMARC as FP731 Aug 2, 1991.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G AF186 Mar 24, 1998.  Crashed after takeoff
					from Tyndall AFB, FL 2/7/2001.
				0238 (MSN 3760) converted to F-4G in 1978.  To AMARC as FP1025 3/25/1996.  To
					Tyndall as QF-4G AF178.  Expended in missile test Feb 2, 2001.
				0239 (MSN 3761) converted to F-4G in 1978.  To AMARC as FP607 Jan 10, 1991.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G AF188 Apr 23, 1998.  Expended in missile test Jul 19, 2000
				0240 (MSN 3763) converted to F-4G.  (52nd TFW) crashed near Neulorup/Friesoythe, West Germany Jun 16, 1982.  Both crewmen killed.
				0241 (MSN 3764) converted to F-4G in 1978.  To AMARC as FP0999 11/30/1995.  To 
					Holloman AFB as QF-4G AF133 11/7/1997.  Expended in missile testSep 1, 2004.
				0242 (MSN 3765) converted to F-4G in 1981.  To AMARC as FP765 Sep 23, 1991.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G AF189 Apr 30, 1998.  Expended in missile test Aug 27, 2001.
				0243 (MSN 3767) converted to F-4G in 1979.  To AMARC as FP1005 12/21/1995.  TO
					Holloman AFB as QF-4G AF143 9/4/1997.
				0244 (MSN 3768) converted to F-4G.  To AMARC as FP823 Feb 27, 1992.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G AF187 Apr 16, 1998.  Expended in missile test Jan 29, 2003
				0245 (MSN 3769) converted to F-4G in 1981.  To AMARC as FP762 Sep 23, 1991.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G AF190 May 14, 1998.
				0246 (MSN 3771) assigned to 401st TFW, Torrejon, Madrid, Spain.  Leased to Imperial Iranian AF Sep 1972
					until Jan 1973 as 3-682.  To 32nd TFS at Leeuwarden Sep 11, 1973.  Converted to F-4G in 1979.  
					To AMARC as FP847 May 1, 1992.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G AF194 Jul 15, 1998.  Expended in missile test Aug 14, 2002.
				0247 (MSN 3772) converted to F-4G in 1979.  To AMARC as FP1017 1/31/1996.  To 
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G AF136 9/4/1997.  Expended in missile test Dec 6, 1998.
				0248 (MSN 3773) converted to F-4G in 1979.  To AMARC as FP1016 1/31/1996.  To
					Holloman AFB as QF-4G AF140 5/23/1997.  Expended in test of Patriot SAM near Holloman AFB, New
					MexicoJun 6, 2002.
				0249 (MSN 3775) converted to F-4G in 1989.  To AMARC as FP1029 3/25/1996.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G AF163.  Expended in missile test Sep 1, 1999.
				0250 (MSN 3776) converted to F-4G in 1979.  To AMARC as FP798 Dec 20, 1991.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G AF192 Jul 2, 1998.
				0251 (MSN 3778) converted to F-4G in 1979.  To AMARC as FP832 Apr 2, 1992.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G AF191 Jun 17, 1998.  Expended in missile test Jul 20, 2001.
				0252 (MSN 3779) converted to F-4G in 1978.  With 52nd TFW crashed into woodland SW of Hanover,
					West Germany Nov 8, 1982.  Both crew killed.
				0253 (MSN 3780) converted to F-4G in 1980.  To AMARC as FP1032 3/26/1996.  To
					Holloman AFB as QF-4G AF156.  Expended in missile test Jul 19, 2001
				0254 (MSN 3782) assigned to 401st TFW at Torrejon, Madrid, Spain.  Leased to Imperial Iranian AF Sep 1972
					until Jan 1973 as 3-683.  To 32nd TFS at leeuwarden Sep 11, 1973.  Converted to F-4G in 1979.  
					To AMARC as FP852 May 22, 1992.  To TFSI as QF-4G AF193 Jul 7, 1998.  Expended in missile test Jun 26, 2001.
				0255 (MSN 3783) converted to F-4G in 1981.  To AMARC as FP764 Sep 23, 1991.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G AF196 Sept 10, 1998.  Expended in missile test Mar 30, 2004.
				0256 (MSN 3784) with 335th TFS, 4th TFW crashed Apr 27, 1970.
				0257 (MSN 3786) converted to F-4G in 1978.  (37th TFW) crashed near Kelso near Edwards AFB, California Jun 1, 1981.
				0258 (MSN 3787) converted to F-4G in 1981.  To AMARC as FP1002 Dec 7, 1995.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G AF185 Mar 10, 1998.  Expended in missile test Jun 20, 2002.
				0259 (MSN 3788) converted to F-4G in 1981.  To AMARC as FP1020 2/28/1996.   To
					Holloman AFB as QF-4G AF166 4/24/1998.  Expended in missile test May 23, 2000.
				0260 (MSN 3790) converted to F-4G.  To AMARC as FP1034 3/26/1996.  To
					Holloman AFB as QF-4G AF162.  Expended in missile test Sep 15, 2002.
				0261 (MSN 3791) converted to F-4G in 1980.  To AMARC as FP0976 Jun 29, 1995.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G AF184 Feb 11, 1998.  Expended in missile test Jun 13, 2002.
				0262 (86th TFW) crashed near Zaagoza, Spain Oct 11, 1973
				0263 (MSN 3794) assigned to 26th TRW at Ramstein AB, West Germany.  Leased to Iranian AF as 3-684 Aug 1972, 
					returned to USAF Jan 1973. To 32nd TFS at Leeuwarden Sep 11, 1973.  Converted to F-4G in 1981.  
					To AMARC as FP1013 1/11/1996.  To Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF181.  Expended in missile test Dec 10, 1998
				0264 (MSN 3795) converted to F-4G in 1990.  To AMARC as FP1031 3/6/1996.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF153 2/10/1998.  Expended in missile test May 25, 2000.
				0265 (MSN 3797) assdigned to 26th TRW at Ramstein AB, West Germany.  Probably leased to Imperial Iranian AF
					Aug 1972 to Jan 1973, possibly as 3-685.  To 32nd TFS Nov 9, 1974.  Converted to F-4G in 1979.  
					To AMARC as FP1037 6/26/1996.  To Tyndall AFB as QF-4G AF169.  Expended in missile test Mar 17, 1999.  
				0266 (MSN 3798, 32nd TFS) crashed after takeoff at Wittmund, West Germany 
					Sep 15, 1975.  Both crew ejected safely.
				0267 (MSN 3799) converted to F-4G in 1979.  To AMARC as FP860 Jun 19, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0268 (MSN 3801) with 50th TFW crashed near Gonnesweiler/Saarbrucken, West Germany Aug 17, 1979.  Air Forces Monthly lists this plane
					as being a QF-4G with 82nd ATRS.
				0269 (MSN 3802) converted to F-4G in 1981.  To AMARC as FP738 Aug 21, 1991.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G drone AF195.  Expended at Tyndall AFB Jan 24, 2002.
				0270 (MSN 3803) converted to F-4G in 1981.  To AMARC as FP682 Jun 3, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0271 (MSN 3805) converted to F-4G in 1980.  (37th TFW, 561st TFS) crashed at George AFB, CA Jan 8, 1981. 
					Both crew survived.
				0272 (MSN 3806) converted to F-4G in 1980.  To AMARC as FP1042 4/9/1996. To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF161 4/21/1998.  Expended Feb 26, 2002.
				0273 (MSN 3807) converted to F-4G in 1979.  To AMARC as FP1007 1/2/1996.  To
					Holloman AFB as QF-4G drone AF148 9/9/1997.
				0274 (MSN 3809) converted to F-4G in 1981.  To AMARC as FP763 Sep 23, 1991.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G drone AF198 Oct 13, 1998. Expended in missile test Aug 15, 2001
				0275 (MSN 3810) assigned to 401st TFW at Torrejon, Madrid, Spai.  Probably leased to Imperial Iranian AF
					Sep 1972 until Jan 1973, possibly as 3-686.  To 32nd TFS Nov 9, 1974.  Converted to F-4G in 1979.  
					To AMARC as FP1024 3/25/1996.  To Holloman AFB as QF-4G AF151.  Expended in missile test 2/5/1998.
				0276 (MSN 3811) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Oct 8, 1971.  (469th TFS, 388th TFW)shot down 
					by MiG-21/Atoll near Kep/Chi Lang, North Vietnam Oct 12, 1972.
				0277 (MSN 3813) assigned to 401st FW at Torrejon, Madrid, Spain.  Leased to Iranian AF as 3-687 in Sep 1972, 
					returned to USAF Jan 1973.  to 36th TFW Sep 12, 1973.  Converted to F-4G in 1981.  To AMARC as FP1000 11/30/1995. To Tyndall AFB 
					as QF-4G drone AF173.  Expended as target May 12, 1999.
				0278 (MSN 3814) converted to F-4G.  To AMARC as FP1019 2/14/1996.  To 
					Holloman AFB as QF-4G drone AF138 5/21/1997.  Expended in missile test May 3, 2005.
				0279 (MSN 3815)converted to F-4G in 1979.  To AMARC as FP848 May 8, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0280 (MSN 3817) converted to F-4G in 1979.  Crashed with 23rd TFS, 52nd TFW May 23,
					1984 over Bardenas Real Bombing Range in Spain during dogfight
					against aggressor aircraft when went into a flat spin.  Crew
					ejected safely.
				0281 (MSN 3818) converted to F-4G in 1979.  To AMARC as FP865 Jun 24, 1992.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G drone AF197 Sep 22, 1998.  Expended in missile test May 1, 2002.
				0282 (MSN 3819) with 8th TFW, 334th TFS) shot down by MiG-21/Atoll flown by Do Van Lanh of 921st Fighter Regiment of
					Vietnam People's Air Force Jun 21, 1972 40 mi NW of Hanoi.  Crew ejected and POW.
				0283 (MSN 3821) assigned to 401st TFW at Torrejon, Madrid, Spain.  Probably leased to Imperial Iranian AF Sep 1972 to
					Jan 1973, possibly as 3-688.  To 32nd TFS Nov 21, 1974.  Converted to F-4G in 1979.  
					(90th TFS, 3rd TFW) w/o at Clark AB, Philippines Jan 12, 1981.
				0284 (MSN 3822) converted to F-4G in 1979. To AMARC as FP0864 Jun 24, 1992.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G drone AF199 Oct 16, 1998.  Expended in missile test Jan 31, 2002.
				0285 (MSN 3823) assigned to 401st TFW, Torrejon, Madrid, Spain.  Probably leased to Imperial Iranian AF
					Sep 1972 until Jan 1973, possibly as 3-689.  To 36th TFW ZSep 14, 1973.  Converted to F-4G in 1980.  
					To AMARC as FP1022 3/7/1996.  To Holloman AFB as QF-4G drone AF139 May 19, 1997.
				0286 (MSN 3825) converted to F-4G in 1980.  To AMARC as FP0977 8/15/1995.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF160.  Expended in missile test Feb 9, 2000.
				0287 (MSN 3826) 8th TFW, 435th TFS) shot down by ground fire near Xom Quan/You Quan/My Thuy, North Vietnam 
					Oct 6, 1972.   Crew ejected and made POW.
				0288 (MSN 3827) with 335th TFS, 8th TFW shot down by MiG-21/Atoll near Kep/Huu Lung, North Vietnam Sept 11, 1972. Both crew MIA.
				0289 (MSN 3828) with 13th TFS, 432nd TRW shot down by grond fire Vinh, North Vietnam Jul 3, 1972.  One crewman killed.
				0290 (MSN 3830) converted to F-4G.  To AMARC as FP600 Jan 9, 1991.  To
					Mojave as QF-4G drone AF200 Nov 19, 1998.  Expended in missile test Jun 7, 2001
				0291 (MSN 3831) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Aug 19, 1972.  SOC Nov 20, 1990.
					Noted May 2003 as gate guard at Osan AB, South Korea.
				0292 (MSN 3832) converted to F-4G in 1980.  To AMARC as FP874 Jul 1, 1992.  To
					Mojave as QF-4G drone AF201 Dec 17, 1998.  Expended in missile test Aug 1, 2000.
				0293 (MSN 3833) converted to F-4G in 1980.  Sent to be target on Nellis Range, Nevada Mar 1992.
				0294/0296 for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo II
					0294 (MSN 3834) to Israel Defense Force AF Jul 1970 as 16, 116, and 616.  Shot down by SAM near Kanta/Port Said, Egypt Oct 18, 1973
					0295 (MSN 3835) to Israel Defense Force AF Sep 1970 as 621, 121, and 391.  Shot down by SAM near Nawa, Syria Oct 7, 1973
					0296 (MSN 3837) to Israel Defense Force AF Sep 1970 as 693 and 193.  Written off?
				0297 (MSN 3838) converted to F-4G in 1980.  Sent tp be target on Nellis Range, Nevada in 1996
				0298 (MSN 3839) converted to F-4G.  To AMARC as FP1048 Apr 20, 1996.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF149.  Expended in missile test over Gulf of Mexico 5/13/1998.
				0299/0300 for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo II
					0299 (MSN 3840) to Israel Defense Force AF Jul 1970 as 111 and 304.  WFU at Hatzerim AB in 1997
					0300 (MSN 3842) to Israel Defense Force AF Jul 1970 as 232.  W/o sometime in 1970.
				0301 (MSN 3843) converted to F-4G.  Supposedly transferred to Israel AF as 116 Jul 1970.
				0302 (MSN 3844) with 334th TFS, 8th TFW shot down by ground fire near sou Giang/Dong Hoi/Ban Don, North Vietnam Jul 12, 1972.
					Both crewmen killed.
				0303 (MSN 3845) converted to F-4G.  To AMARC as FP1047 4/20/1996.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G AF154.  Expended in missile test over Gulf of Mexico 10/21/1998.
69-0304/0307		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-43-MC Phantom
				All leased to Royal Australian AF (1970/73) and later returned.
				0304 (MSN 3847) returned to USAF Jun 1973.  Upgraded to F-4G in 1978. To AMARC 
					Jun 5, 1992 as FP856.  To QF-4G drone AF203 but returned to AMARC 
					as FP1063 drone 7/20/1999.  To Tyndall AFB Mar 2, 2000.
					Expended in missile test Aug 15, 2001.
				0305 (MSN 3848) returned to USAF 10/25/1972.  Upgraded to F-4G.  
					To AMARC as FP1044 4/9/1996.  To Holloman AFB as QF-4G drone AF170 Sep 9, 1997.
					Expended in missile test on White Sands Range, New Mexico Aug 3, 2000.
				0306 (MSN 3850)returned to USAF 11/72. Upgraded to F-4G in 1979. To AMARC as FP1008 1/4/1996.  To
					Holloman AFB as QF-4G drone AF131 3/4/1997.  Expended in missile test Jul 27, 2002.
				0307 (MSN 3851) returned to USAF Jun 1973.  Upgraded to F-4G in 1988.  To AMARC as FP1010 1/4/1996.  To
					Holloman AFB as QF-4G drone AF134 May 16, 1996.	 Expended as target drone at Holloman AFB,
					New Mexico Nov 6, 1997.
69-0308/0348		Cancelled contract for McDonnell F-4E Phantom II
69-0349/0357		McDonnell Douglas RF-4C-41-MC Phantom
				0349 (MSN 3680) with 26th TRW crashed near Maulbronn/Karlsruhe, West Germany Mar 30, 1976/  Pme crewman killed.
				0350 (MSN 3688) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Gowan Field, Idaho. Currently on display at Gowen Field, Boise, Idaho.
				0351 (MSN 3696) with 14th TRS, 432rd TRW shot down by AAA near Xuan Noa, Laos Sep 22, 1972, both crew rescued.
				0352 (MSN 3705) to AMARC as FP757 Sep 12, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0353 (MSN 3712) 67th TRW crashed on Nellis AFB range during Red Flag Dec 5, 1978.  Pilot ejected without
					injury but rear seat was killed when his harness became entangled with the seat and he was thrown into
					the tail of the aircraft.
				0354 (MSN 3723) with 15th TRS w/o at Pusan AB, South Korea May 15, 1975
				0355 (MSN 3731) 14th TRS, 432rd TRW) shot down by SAM near Kep/Bac Giang, North Vietnam Aug 19, 1972.  Pilot KIA, WSO POW
				0356 (MSN 3742) to AMARC as FP702 Jun 20, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0357 (MSN 3753) to AMARC as FP896 Sep 28, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
69-0358/0366		McDonnell Douglas RF-4C-42-MC Phantom
				0358 (MSN 3759) to AMARC as FP364 Oct 14, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0359 (MSN 3766) to AMARC as FP741 Aug 27, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
					I have a reference to this one having crashed near Nellis AFB Dec 5, 1978.
				0360 (MSN 3777) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Bitburg AB, Germany Dec 1989.
				0361 (cn 3785) to AMARC as FP329 Oct 6, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0362 (MSN 3793) to AMARC as FP636 Mar 28, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0363 (MSN 3804) to AMARC as FP752 Sep 5, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0364 (MSN 3812) to 26th TRW crashed 12 mi NE of Zweibrucken AB, Germany Nov 6, 1985.  Crew ejected safely.
				0365 (MSN 3824) to AMARC as FP248 Apr 21, 1989. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0366 (MSN 3836) to South Korean AF Dec 1989 as 90-366
69-0367/0375		McDonnell Douglas RF-4C-43-MC Phantom
				0367 (MSN 3853) wfu Dec 1989.  Currently on display at Goodfellow AFB, Texas.
				0368 (MSN 3863) to AMARC as FP342 Oct 13, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0369 (MSN 3875) believed to have been loaned to Iran Aug 1970 to Mar 1971 for secret recon flights behind 
					Soviet borders.  Also reported as having been loaned to Israel AF as 150 and returned to USAF Mar 1971.
					Assigned as ground trainer at Bitburg AFB, Germany in 1991.  To AMARC as FP776 Oct 28, 1991.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0370 (MSN 3885) reported to have been loaned to Iran Aug 1970 to Mar 1971 for secret recon flights behind Soviet 
					borders.  Also reported as having been loaned to Israel AF Aug 1970 as 151, and returned to USAF Mar 1971.  
					To AMARC as FP886 Aug 24, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0371 (MSN 3896) with 38th TRS, 26th TRW crashed near Leimen/Pirmasens, West Germany Jul 1, 1986.  
				0372 (MSN 3906) WFU Jan 1990.  Was preserved at Langley AFB, Virginia.  Currently on display at Virginia Air and 
					Space Park, Hampton, Virginia.
				0373 (MSN 3919) with 26th TRW crashed on approach to Karup AB, Denmark Aug 18, 1983.  Both crew ejected safely.
				0374 (MSN 3930) to AMARC as FP330 Oct 6, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0375 (MSN 3940) with 38th TRS, 26th TRW lost at sea in Baltic Sea off Bornholm Island, Denmark Jul 21, 1981.
69-0376/0384		McDonnell Douglas RF-4C-44-MC Phantom
				0376 (MSN 3950) to AMARC as FP805 Jan 17, 1992.  Converted to QRF-4C drone AF324
				0377 (MSN 3962) with 67th TRW crashed Jun 18, 1983.
				0378 (MSN 3973) to AMARC as FP878 Jul 16, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Converted to QRF-4C drone.
				0379 (MSN 3982) to AMARC as FP675 May 16, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0380 (MSN 3992) 91st TRS, 67th TRW crashed near Winslow, Arizona May 13, 1988
				0381 (38th TRS, 26th TRW) shot down by accidental launch of Sidewinder from F-14A over eastern
					Mediterranean Sea Sept 22, 1987.  Crew recovered.
				0382 (MSN 4008) to AMARC as FP889 Sep 3, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0383 (MSN 4019) to AMARC as FP659 3/16/1991.  To Tyndall
					AFB as QRF-4C AF102.  Expended in missile test over Gulf of Mexico Oct 23, 1997.
				0384 (MSN 4031) to AMARC as FP806 Jan 17, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Converted to QRF-4C drone
69-0385/0399		cancelled contract for McDonnell Douglas RF-4C Phantom
69-0400/0413		cancelled contract for Sikorsky HH-53C
69-0414/0417		Martin LGM-25C Titan  missiles
69-0418/2833		Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike missiles
				0432 is an AQM-34L drone at Pima Co Museum, Arizona.
69-2834/5783		Martin-Hughes AGM-62 Walleye missiles
69-5784/5797		Sikorsky HH-53C
				MSN 65-232, 65-240/252 or MSN 65-263/276 (not sure which of these MSNs are correct.
				5790,5791 converted to HH-53H
				5784,5785,5789/5791,5793/5797 to MH-53J.
				5784 converted to MH-53J.  To AMARC as HC0046  Nov 14, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5785 converted to MH-53M.  Reported Oct 2008 preserved at Maxwell AFB, Alabama
				5786 crashed July 1980 during exercises at Dugway Proving Grounds, UT.
				5787 MRB struck drogue during aerial refueling
					Feb 26, 1979, crashed into sea.  3 out of 4 aboard killed.
				5788 took round through probe and couldn't refuel.  Abandoned and destroyed by A-7 Dec 27, 1972.
				5789 converted to MH-53J.  To AMARC as HC0040 May 21, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5790 converted to HH-53H, then to MH-53J, then to MH-53M. To AMARC Nov 5, 2008.
				5791 converted to HH-53H, then to MH-53M.  (16th SOW/20th SOS) crashed in Afghanistan Nov 2, 2001.  AFM 1/2006
				5792 crashed into ground during descent from air refueling at night, New Mexico, Jul 1982.
					All aboard killed.
				5793 converted to MH-53M.  To AMARC as HC0034 Aug 28, 2006
				5794 converted to MH-53M.  (1st SOW/20th SOS) made hard landing at Landing Zone Z-Ray on Eglin
					Range Complex, FL Sep 7, 2007.  Main and tail rotors were severed.  5 occupants
					unhurt, 2 sufered minor injuries.  To AMARC as HC0047 May 19, 2008
				5795 converted to MH-53M.  To AMARC as HC0048 Oct 6, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5796 converted to MH-53M to AMARC as HC0049 Oct 6, 2007 following deactivation of 21st SOS Oct 9, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5797 converted to MH-53M.  (16th SOW/20th SOS) hit by RPG and force landed near
					Zawbaa, Iraq Apr 13, 2004.  3 crew injured.  Attempt to 
					retrieve the helicopter failed (US troops were ambushed, with
					one being KIA and 7 injured) so the helicopter was blown up on site.
					(AFM 11/2005)
69-5798/5812		Sikorsky CH-3E
				5799,5801,5805,5812 to Army as JHH-3E
				5798 (MSN 61-642) converted to HH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0053 Aug 11, 1994.
					to Tunisian AF
				5799 (MSN 61-643) converted to HH-3E, then to JHH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0028 in 1991.  To civil registry as N60EV Apr 1999.
				5800 (MSN 61-644) converted to HH-3E.  Lost in inclement weather Jun 13, 1978 in upstate New York.  
					All 7 onboard killed.
				5801 (MSN 61-645) to HH-3E then to JHH-3E, then to Army.  With Siller Helicopters, Inc Yuba City, California in Oct 2012.
				5802 (MSN 61-646) converted to HH-3E.  to Tunisian AF
				5803 (MSN 61-647) converted to HH-3E. to Tunisian AF
				5804 (MSN 61-648) converted to HH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0037 Sep 3, 1992.  To Tunisian AF as L82-110.
				5805 (MSN 61-649) converted to HH-3E then JHH-3E then to Army.  To civil registry as N461R
				5806 (MSN 61-650) converted to HH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0045 Dec 17, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5807 (MSN 61-651) converted to HH-3E.  Crashed in Portage Pass,  60 mi E of Anchorage, Alaska Dec 6, 1974 on 
					rescue mission.  Pilot was killed, other 3 onboard got out before fire consumed
					the aircraft. 
				5808 (MSN 61-652) converted to HH-3E.  To AMARC as HH0038 Sep 3, 1992.
					To Tunisian AF as L82-107.
				5809 (MSN 61-653) converted to HH-3E and w/o Sep 1, 1993.  
				5810 (MSN 61-654) converted to HH-3E.   To AMARC as HH0051 Jun 10, 1994.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				5811 (MSN 61-655) converted to HH-3E.   To AMARC as HH0052.  To Tunisian AF
				5812 (MSN 61-656) converted to HH-3E, then JHH-3E, then to Army.  Sold as N861DR
69-5813/5818		Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
				cancelled contract
69-5819/5833		Lockheed HC-130N-LM Hercules
				5819 (MSN 382-4363) MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Assigned 1st SOW
				5820 (MSN 382-4367) MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Assigned 1st SOW
				5821 (MSN 382-4368) MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Last assignment 550th SOS/58th SOW.  To AMARC Sep 6, 2013
				5822 (MSN 382-4370) MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Last assignment 550th SOS/58th SOS.  To AMARC Jun 7, 2013
				5823 (MSN 382-4371) converted to MC-130P Combat Shadow and to AMARC Jan 23, 2014.  Last assignment was 9th SOS/1st SOW
				5824 (MSN 382-4372)
				5825 (MSN 382-4374) converted to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  From 17th SOS/353rd SOW, Kadena to AMARC Jul 17, 2013
				5826 (MSN 382-4375) as MC-130P Combat Shadow with 67th Special Operations Squadron/352nd Special Operations
					Group and named “Night Owl on the Prowl” in May 2000.
				5827 (MSN 382-4376) converted to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Last assignment 9th SOS/1st SOW.  To AMARC Jun 29, 2013
				5828 (MSN 382-4377) converted to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Assigned to 1st SOSW
				5829 (MSN 382-4378)
				5830 (MSN 382-4379)
				5831 (MSN 382-4380) converted to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Last assignment 17th SOS/353rd SOS.  To MASDC Nov 3, 2014.
				5832 (MSN 382-4381) converted to MC-130P Combat Shadow.  Assigned to 17th SOS/353rd SOW. 
				5833 (MSN 382-4382)
69-5834/5920		cancelled contract for General Dynamics F-111D
69-5921/5932		cancelled contract for General Dynamics FB-111A
69-5933/6187		Ryan AQM-34L Firebee drones
				some completed as AQM-34P and AQM-34R.
				6107 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
69-6188/6244		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D Corsair II
69-6188/6196		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D-3-CV Corsair II
				MSN D.018/074.
				6190,6192,6193,6196 converted to GA-7D.
				6188 (MSN D.018) at Wings Over The Rockies Aviation and
					Space Museum, Denver, CO.  Noted on display at March Field Museum, Riverside, CA Fall 2003
				6190 on display at Chanute AFB, Rantoul, Illinois.
				6191 on display outside Freedom Park Naval Museum, Omaha, Nebraksa
				6192 on display at VFW-388 at Wausau, WI, marked as 70-0790.
				6193 (A-7D-3-CV) Delivered March 12, 1970
					Mar 1970 assigned to 58th TFTW (TAC), Luke AFB, AZ;
					Jul 1971 assigned to 355th TFW (TAC), Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ;
					Feb 1972 assigned to 4485th Test Squadron (TAC), Eglin AFB, FL;
					May 1972 back to 355th TFW (TAC), Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ;
					Jun 1972 assigned to 57th Fighter Weapons Wing (TAC), Nellis AFB, NV;
					Nov 1972 assigned to 4485th Test Squadron (TAC), Eglin AFB, FL;
					May 1973 back to 57th Fighter Weapons Wing (TAC), Nellis AFB, NV;
					Oct 1973 back to 355th TFW (TAC), Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ;
					Feb 1977 assigned to Chanute Technical Training Center (Air Training Command), Chanute AFB, IL
					converted to GA-7D ground instruction trainer in 1977 and dropped from 
					active inventory.  Was with Yankee Air Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan.  Now on display at
					Colorado State Veterans Center. Monte Vista, Colorado.  Repainted as the 120th Fighter 
					Squadron "Colorado Cougars Mile High Militia"
				6194 (MSN D-024) to AMARC as AE0018 Oct 4, 1990
				6195 (MSN D-025) to AMARC as AE0008 May 7, 1990.  To Fritz
					Enterprises Jun 18, 1998.
69-6197/6207		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D-4-CV Corsair II
				6197 (MSN D-027) named "Honey Pot" with 149th TFS Virginia ANG Oct 1989.
					Was on display at Glenn L. Martin Aviation Museum, Middle River, MD.  In 2011 cockpit section was located
					at Selfridge ANG Museum in Michigan.
				6198 (4450th Test Group) lost power, caught fire, and crashed Aug 8, 1985 into
					Midwest City, a suburb of Oklahoma City, OK.  Pilot stayed with
					the aircraft as he attempted to steer it towards a less-populous
					area before ejecting, but it struck a house, killing one, injuring one,
					and one missing.
				6199 (MSN D-029) named "Dollar 99" with 149th TFS Virginia ANG Oct 1989.  To AMARC.  Seen in scrapyard 8/28/2000
				6200 (MSN D-030) was with National Warplane Museum, Genesco, NY.  Noted on display
					Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, Elmira, New York
				6201 (MSN D-031) noted May 2006 on display at Connecticut Historical
					Aviation Collection (New England Air Museum), Windsor Locks, Connecticut
				6202 on display at Puerto Rico ANG, Carolina, Puerto Rico
				6203 (MSN D-033) to AMARC as AE0103 Jan 9, 1992
				6206 (120th TFS) crashed near Denver after control was lost Dec 11, 1981.
				6207 (4450th TG) lost power while on cross-country flight.  Pilot glided aircraft
					30 mi in to Indianapolis but got bad information from ATC and came in with too
					steep a descent.  Pilot ejected and aircraft struck a Ramada Inn at the 
					airport, killing 9 on ground.  Pilot absolved of any blame.
69-6208/6220		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D-5-CV Corsair II
				6208 noted as gate guard at Wahpeton, North Dakota airport.
				6209 (MSN D-039) to AMARC as AE0009 Jun 4, 1990
				6210 (MSN D-040) to AMARC as AE0127 Feb 20, 1992.  Seen in scrapyard 8/28/2000
				6211 to AMARC
				6212 (MSN D-042) to AMARC as AE0162 Jun 24, 1992.  To Fritz
					Enterprises Apr 24, 1998
				6213 (MSN D-043) to AMARC as AE0039 Jul 3, 1991
				6214 (MSN D-044) to AMARC as AE0169 Jul 9, 1992.  Seen in scrapyard 8/28/2000.
				6215 (MSN D-045) to AMARC as AE0122 Jan 30, 1992.
				6217 (MSN D-047) to AMARC as AE0227 Sep 25, 1992.  Noted at scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				6218 (MSN D-048) to AMARC as AE0112 Jan 13, 1991.  Seen in scrapyard 8/28/2000
				6219 (MSN D-049) to AMARC as AE0116 Jan 28, 1992.  To Fritz
					Enterprises Jun 17, 1998.
69-6221-6244		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D-6-CV Corsair II
				6221 to AMARC.  Was at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Oct 2010
				6222 (MSN D-052) named "Scrappy" with 162nd TFS, Ohio ANG in May 1989.  Was at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Oct 2010.
				6223 to AMARC
				6225 (MSN D-055) to AMARC as AE0089 Nov 27, 1991
				6226 (MSN D-056) to AMARC as AE0026 May 31, 1991.  Seen in scrapyard 8/28/2000
				6227 (MSN D-057) to AMARC as AE0110 Jan 13, 1991.  Seen in scrapyard 8/28/2000
				6229 (MSN D-059) to AMARC as AE0087 Nov 22, 1992.  Now on display at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
				6230 (MSN D-060) noted Oct 2005 in Buckley AFB Base Collection, Denver, CO.  In Mar 2007
					at Marana/Pinal Airpark, AZ.  In 2013 was at Evergreen Museum, McMinnville, Oregon
				6232 (MSN D-062) to AMARC as AE0140 May 1, 1991.
				6233 (MSN D-063) to AMARC as AE0049
				6234 on display at England Air Park, Alexandria, LA is actually US Navy 152660
				6235 at Rickenbacker ANGB, OH.
				6236 (MSN D-066) to AMARC as AE0124 Jan 30, 1992.  To Fritz
					Enterprises May 22, 1998.
				6239 in 2012 was on display at Faulkton Airport, Faulkton, South Dakota
				6241 on display at Brooke-Hancock County Veterans Memorial, Weirton, West Virginia
				6242 on display at Buckley AFB, Aurora, CO
				6243 (MSN D-073) to AMARC as AE0050 Jul 31, 1991
				6244 (MSN D-074) to AMARC as AE0171 Jul 14, 1991.  Seen in scrapyard 8/28/2000
69-6245/6333		Cancelled contract for LTV A-7D Corsair II
69-6334/6446		Cessna A-37B Dragonfly
				MSN 43179/43291
				6364,6372/6376,6383,6384,6386/6389,6393, 6397,6398 converted to GOA-37B.
				6375 to GA-37B
				6334/6339, 6340/6347,6350,6353/6354,6357,6358,6360/6363,
					6365,6373,6374,6376,6377,6382,6390/6392,6394,
					6395,6399/6413,6418,6431,6433/6435,6437,6439,6440, 6444,
					6445, 6446 sold to South Vietnam
				6415,6419,6420,6422/6426,6428/6430,6432,6436,6438,6441/6443 converted to OA-37B.
				6408/6413,6418,6427,6431,6433/6435,6437,6439,6440,6444,6446 to South Vietnam.
				6334 (MSN 43179) to South Vietnam
				6335 (MSN 43180) to South Vienam
				6336 to South Korean AF as 96-336.  While being operated by 239th
					Special Flying Squadron "Black Eagles" crashed during aerobatic
					display at Suwon AB May 5, 2006.  Pilot killed
				6345 (MSN 43190, 8th Special Operations Squadron, 377th Air Base Wing) shot down by 23mm AAA   May 11, 1972
					2 Miles Northwest of An Loc, Binh Long Province South Vietnam.  Aircraft rolled inverted & 
					crashed & exploded.  Pilot KIA. 
				6346 (604th Air Command Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing) shot down by ground fire June 24, 1970
					about 10 Miles East of Kratie City, Kratie Province Cambodia.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by
					US Army helicopter, but died later that day of injuries.
				6348 (8th Special Operations Squadron 377th Air Base Wing) hit by ground fire May 1, 1972 while flying 
					a close air support mission mear Kien Long South Vietnam.  Able to make it back to Bien Hoa Air Base. 
					Pilot survived.  Aircraft was so badly damaged that it had to be scrapped.    
				6349 (377th Air Base Wing, 8th SOS) crashed in Thailand Jun 18, 1972.   1 escaped. 
				6351 (8th Special Operations Squadron 35th Tactical Fighter Wing) shot down by ground fire Mar 26, 1971
					while dropping napalm on enemy troops in bunkers 17 Miles Northwest of Kampong Cham Cambodia. 
					Pilot KIA. 	
				6352 (8th Special Operations Squadron 315th Tactical Fighter Wing) hit by ground fire in the port engine
				      Nov 29, 1971 while attacking enemy troops 25 Miles Northwest of Kampong Cham Cambodia.  Pilot ejected
					and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				6353 to South Vietnam.  Captured Apr 1975 by North Vietnam.  Ond display at Vietnam Military History Museum,
					Hanoi, Vietnam.  On display outside museum, number 43198 painted on tail.
				6355 (8th Special Operations Squadron 377th Air Base Wing) crashed while landing Mar 17, 1972
					at Bien Hoa Air Base South Vietnam.  Pilot killed.
				6356 (8th Special Operations Squadron 35th Tactical Fighter Wing) hit By ground fire and crashed while 
					attacking NVA positions about 40 Miles Southwest of Pleiku in Mondulkiri Province Cambodia Feb 1, 1971
					Pilot KIA.
				6358 (8th Special Operations Squadron 377th Air Base Wing) destroyed in VC 122 mm rocket attack Aug 30, 1972
					at Bien Hoa Air Base, South Vietnam.  This was the last A-37 Dragonfly lost in Vietnam.
				6359 (8th Special Operations Squadron 377th Air Base Wing) shot down by ground fire Jul 23, 1972
					while flying a close air support mission at An Loc South Vietnam. Pilot KIA. 
				6367 (MSN 43212) to Honduras as FAH 1017
				6369 (MSN 43214) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0017 Aug 7, 1991.  To Peru in 1992
				6370 (MSN 43215) on display (ANG) Base 111th Fighter Wing Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Willow Grove, Pennsylvania
					Base ordered closed by BRAC in 2005. On display outside.  Might be moved when base closes in November 2011. 
				6375 (MSN 43220) on display at Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum, Titusville, FL
				6381 being restored.  May have been an ex Vietnamese machine.  Registered as N34EA Aug 19, 2011 with Executive
					Aircraft Services Inc of Scottsdale, Arizona
				6384 (MSN 43229) converted to OA-37B.  To El Salvador AF as 429.  Shot down by rebels Nov 11, 1989.  Pilot 
					ejected safely.
				6393 (MSN 43238) to Honduras as FAH 1015
				6397 (MSN 43242) converted to OA-37B.  To MASDC as AB0023 Apr 16, 1992.
					To Peru in 1996
				6398 (MSN 43243) converted to OA-37B.  To Honduras AF as FAH 1016
				6400 (MSN 43245) to Guatemalan AF May 12, 1971 as FAG-400
				6401 (MSN 43246) to Guatemalan AF May 12, 1971 as FAG-404.  Noted preserved in Museo Militar, Antiguo Castillo de
					San Jose, Guatemala in Nov 2014.
				6402 (MSN 43247) to Guatemalan AF May 12, 1971 as FAG-408.  W/o Jan 15, 1985
				6403 (MSN 43248) to Guatemalan AF May 12, 1971 as FAG-412.  Crashed after midair collision with A-37B FAG-416 
					Jun 26, 1971. FAG-416 landed safely.
				6404 (MSN 43249) to Guatemalan AF May 12, 1971 as FAG-416.  Preserved as FAG-416 in October 2011 at La Aurora 
					International Airport, Guatemala City
				6405 (MSN 43250) to Guatemalan AF May 12, 1971 as FAG-420.  W/o in 1974
				6406 (MSN 43251) to Guatemalan AF May 12, 1971 as FAG-424
				6407 (MSN 43252) to Guatemalan AF May 12, 1971 as FAG-428
				6420 (MSN 43265) converted to OA-37B.  To Domincan Republic AF as FAD 3701
				6422 (MSN 43267) to Uruguayan AF as serial 282.
				6424 (MSN 43269) converted to OA-37B.  To Uruguayan AF as 283.  Crashed Jan 31, 2004
				6425 (MSN 43270) to Fuerza Aerea Colombiana as FAC2153.
				6428 (MSN 43273) on display at ANG Base, 182nd Airlift Wing, Illinois ANG, Peoria, Illinois
				6433 (MSN 43278) to Republic of Korea AF as 96-433 and in Dec 2013 on display at Jeju Aerospace Museum, Jeju
				6438 (MSN 43283) converted to OA-37B.  To MASDC as AB0024
					Apr 16, 1992.  To Peru in 1996
				6440 (MSN 43285) to Republic of Korea AF as 96-440
				6442 (MSN 43287) converted to OA-37B.  To MASDC as AB0015 Jul 26, 1991.
				6443 (MSN 43288) converted to OA-37B.  To MASDC as AB0010 Jul 27, 1991.  To Peru in 1996
69-6447/6461		cancelled contract for Cessna T-37B
69-6462/6483		Northrop F-5A Freedom Fighter - contract cancelled
69-6484/6486		Northrop F-5B Freedom Fighter - contract cancelled
69-6487/6502		Northrop RF-5A Freedom Fighter - contract cancelled
69-6503/6514		General Dynamics FB-111A
				MSN B1-65/76
				6503 converted to F-111G.  To AMARC as FV0051 May 22, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				6504 converted to F-111G.  To AMARC as FV0050 May 13, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				6505 collided with 68-0280 Feb 1975.  Both aircraft lost.
				6506 converted to F-111G.  To Australia as A8-506
				6507 on display at Castle Air Museum, Atwater,California
				6508 (MSN B1-70) named "Strange Cargo" ith 509th BW in Aug 1988.  Converted to F-111G.  To AMARC as FV0054 Jun 4, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				6509 converted to F-111G.  Mounted on a pylon at Whiteman AFB, Montana.
				6510 converted to F-111G.  To AMARC May 9, 1991.
				6511 crashed and destroyed Jun 7, 1976, Vermont
				6512 (MSN B1-74) converted to F-111G.  Named "City of Portales" with 27th FW in May 1992.  To Australia as A8-512
				6513 (MSN B1-75) named "Top Secret" with 509th BW in Sep 1989.  Converted to F-111G.  To AMARC as BF0007 Jul 1, 1991.
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6514 converted to F-111G.  To Australia Feb 11, 1994 as A8-514
69-6515/6565		cancelled contract for General Dynamics FB-111A.
69-6566/6583		Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
				6566 (MSN 382-4340) named "Boss Hog"? in service in 1994 with 435th Airlift Wing.  To AMARC Feb 10, 2003 as CF0198.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				6567 (MSN 382-4341) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
					forward-looking infrared.   Then upgraded to AC-130H, *Ghostrider* under Project Pave Spectre II.  Assigned
					to 16th Special Operations Squadron.  Shot down over Kuwait Jan 31, 1991, Desert Storm.  Crew of 14 KIA.
				6568 (MSN 382-4342) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
					forward-looking infrared, then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Bad Company* under Project Pave Spectre II.  
					Assigned to 16th Special Operations Squadron.  To AMARC Dec 15, 2014
				6569 (MSN 382-4343) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
					forward-looking infrared.   , then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Fatal Attraction*
				6570 (MSN 382-4344) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
					forward-looking infrared, then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Hussie* under Project Pave Spectre II.  
					Assigned to 16th Special Operations Squadron.  To AMARC Feb 7, 2014
				6571 (MSN 382-4345) converted to AC-130E *Spectre 22* under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level 
					television and forward-looking infrared. Damaged by AAA Mar 30, 1972 near 
					An Loc, Vietnam, but pilot retained control until 15 crew members could bail out over 
					friendly territory.  All survived and were rescued.
				6572 (MSN 382-4346) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
					forward-looking infrared, then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Gravedigger* under Project Pave Spectre II.  
					Assigned to 16th Special Operations Squadron.  In 2014 was on display at 27th Special Ops Wing Air Park at 
					Cannon AFB, New Mexico.
				6573 (MSN 382-4347) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
					forward-looking infrared, then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Nightstalker* under Project Pave Spectre II.
					Assigned to 16th Special Operations Squadron.
				6574 (MSN 382-4348) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
					forward-looking infrared.   , then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Iron Maiden* under Project Pave Spectre II..  
					To AMARC Sep 15, 2014
				6575 (MSN 382-4349) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
					forward-looking infrared, then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Wicked Wanda* under Project Pave Spectre II.  Participated
					in Operation Just Cause, the Iran Hostage crisis, Operation Eagle Pull, Operation Frequent Wind, Operation
					Desert Storm, Operation Urgent Fury, and Operation Continue Hope.  To 4th SOS, 1st SOW.
					Flown to Hurlburt Field, FL Dec 19, 2014 and will be retired in 2015 and put on display at Hurlburt Field 
					Air Park.
				6576 (MSN 382-4351) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
					forward-looking infrared, then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Hellraiser*.
					Crashed over Indian Ocean off coast of Kenya Mar 14, 1994 following accidental
					detonation of on-board ammunition while practice-firing 105mm cannon.  8 out of 14 crew killed.
					Was supporting operations at Mogadishu, Somalia.
				6577 (MSN 382-4352) converted to AC-130E under Project Pave Spectre and fitted with low light level television and
					forward-looking infrared, then upgraded in 1973 to AC-130H, *Death Angel*.  Assigned to 16th Special
					Operations Squadron.  To AMARC Apr 4, 2014.
				6578 (MSN 382-4353) crashed at Little Rock AFB Nov 12, 1971.
					10 of 11 onboard killed.
				6579 (MSN 382-4354) to GC-130E ground trainer at Dyess AFB.  Seen 2008 on display by main gate at Dyess AFB, Texas.
				6580 (MSN 382-4356) delivered to the USAF Dec 1, 1969
					To 64th Tactical Airlift Wing (Tactical Air Command), Sewart AFB, TN Dec 1969
					Unit assigned Mar 1970 to Little Rock AFB, AR (deployments to RAF Mildenhall, UK and 
						Rhein Main AB, West Germany)
					To 314th Tactical Airlift Wing (TAC), Little Rock, AFB May 1971 (deployments to Elmendorf 
						AFB, AK and Howard AFB, Panama)
					Unit assigned to Military Airlift Command Dec 1974 (deployments to Rhein Main AFB, 
						Clark AB, Philippines and RAF Mildenhall)
					To 317th Tactical Airlift Wing (MAC), Pope AFB, NC Feb 1983 (deployments to RAF Mildenhall and 
						Rhein Main AB)
					Retired from Pope AFB, NC Feb 2, 2004 and flew final flight to Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB,
						Delaware for display
				6581 (MSN 382-4357) crashed Ramstein, West Germany Jan 14, 1981 when
					suffered fin stall on takeoff.  9 killed.  (ASN)
				6582 (MSN 382-4359) to AMARC as CF0200 Feb 10, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				6583 (MSN 382-4360) to AMARC as CF0199 Feb 10, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
69-6584/6598		Cancelled contract for Lockheed HC-130N Hercules
69-6599			Cavalier TF-51D Mustang
				Formerly 44-84655.  Given civil registration N6362T.  To Bolivian AF as FAB 510
69-6600/6670		Bell UH-1N-BF Iroquois
				MSN 31006/31076.
				6602 (MSN 31008, 9th Space Wing/37th RQF) crashed Oct 3, 1999,
					Cameron Pass, CO.  Damaged beyond repair.
				6603 to AMARC as AAHF0002 Nov 13, 1972.  Returned to service.  Crashed at remote landing zone near Kirtland AFB,
					New Meixco Apr 27, 2011 while performing hoist operation.
				6609 in use at Fort Eustis, VA as instructional airframe.
				6611 to AMARC as AAHF0009 Dec 8, 1972
				6612 to AMARC as AAHF0001 Nov 13, 1972.  Must have returned to service.  (512nd SOS) crash-landed Apr 15, 1996.  
					Crashed Aug 8, 2002 (58th SOW, 512th RQS) at Kirtland AFB during training mission.  No major injuries.  
				6613 to AMARC as AAHF0005 Nov 23, 1972
				6614 to AMARC as AAHF0006 Nov 23, 1972
				6617 to AMARC as AAHF0003 Nov 13, 1972
				6626 to AMARC as AAHF0004 Nov 13, 1972
				6628 to AMARC as AAHF0007 Nov 23, 1972. Leased to Colombian National Police by US Department of State.
				6630 to AMARC as AAHF0007 Nov 23, 1972  
				6664 leased to Colombian National Police by US Department of State.
				6650 (58th SOW) reached 15,000 hours of flight time in 2011.
				6656 (MSN 31062) active in Aug 2013 with 1st Helicopter Squadron at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland.
				6657 (MSN 31063) active in Aug 2013 with 1st Helicopter Squadron at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland.
69-6671/7067		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee drones
69-7068/7072		Cessna T-37C
				MSN 42001/42005.  All sold to Thailand in 1970 under MAP as F12-09/13 through F12-13/13
				7068 (MSN 42001) to Royal Thai AF as F12-09/13, then to RTAF Museum 1997
				7069 possibly W/o Jun 15, 1984
				7071 (MSN 42004) to Royal Thai AF as F12-12/13.  to RTAF Museum, dismantled. 
69-7073/7088		Northrop T-38A-80-NO Talon
				MSN T.6223/6238.
				7075 converted to T-38C
				7076 converted to T-38C
				7080 converted to T-38C
				7082 to NASA as N955NA
				7084 to NASA as N956NA
				7086 to NASA.  Crashed May 19, 1972 2 mi E of Bergstrom AFB enrouge from Atlanta to Ellington.  Astronaut Charles Conrad, Jr
					ejected safely.
				7087 (MSN T.6237) with 560th FTS in 2009.
				7088 to NASA.  Crashed Jan 20, 1972 on Matagorda Island, Texas during test flight of inertial landing system for Space
					Shuttle.  Both crew killed.
69-7089/7090		Northrop F-5B-35-NO Freedom Fighter
				MSN N.8075, N.8076.  Sold to Iran
69-7091/7134		Northrop F-5A-45-NO Freedom Fighter
				MSN N.6457/6490,7069/7078
				7091 to Iran
				7092/7094 (MSN N.6458/N.6460) to Morocco
				7095 (MSN N.6461) to Iran, later to Greek AF
				7092/7094,7099,7100,7106/7109 to Morocco
				7096/7098 (MSN N.6462/N.6464) to Taiwan
				7099/7100 (cn N.6465/N.6466) to Morocco
					7099 (MSN N.6465) to Royal Moroccan AF and w/o Jan 26, 1976
				7101/7104 (MSN N.6467/N.6470) to Taiwan
					7101 (MSN N.6467) to Taiwan as 1271, then acquired by
						Thai AF.   Stored at Don Muang for many years and
						reported moved to Thai AF Museum Nov 2008.
				7105 (MSN N.6471) to Iran, later to Greek AF
				7106/7109 (MSN N.6472/N.6475) to Morocco
				7110/7124 (MSN N.6476/N.6490) to Taiwan
					7110 (MSN N.6476) to Taiwan as 1275, then acquired by
						Thai AF.   Stored at Don Muang for many years and
						reported moved to Thai AF Museum Nov 2008.
					7124 (MSN N.6490) to Philippines in 1992
				7125 (MSN N.7069) to Royal Norwegian AF as 97125, later as 125.  To Turkey 12/22/1987.
				7126 (MSN N.7070) to Royal Norwegian AF as 97126.  Crashed 5/8/1972 Lifjell.
				7127 (MSN N.7071) to Royal Norwegian AF as 97127.  Crashed 12/5/1972 Kjerringoy, Nordland.
				7128 (MSN N.7072) to Royal Norwegian AF as 97128, later as 128.  Stored Rygge.  To Sola, Stavanger, Norway Dec 2011
					as instructional airframe.  
				7129 (MSN N.7073) to Royal Norwegian AF as 97129.  Crashed 2/18/1977 Rauland.
				7130 (MSN N.7074) to Royal Norwegian AF as 97130, later as 130.  Stored Rygge.  To Sola, Stavanger, Norway Dec 2011
					as instructional airframe.  
				7131 (MSN N.7075) to Royal Norwegian AF as 97131, later as 131.  Stored Rygge.  To Sola, Stavanger, Norway Dec 2011
					as instructional airframe.  
				7132 (MSN N.7076) to Royal Norwegian AF as 97132, later as 132.  Bardufoss, Norway as instructional airfame.
					Stored Orland Jun 2012
				7133 (MSN N.7077) to Royal Norwegian AF as 97133, later as 133. stored Rygge, Norway.  To Bodo, Norway Nov 2011
					as instructional airframe.
				7134 (MSN N.7078) to Royal Norwegian AF as 97134, later as 134.  On display at Norsk Luftfartsmusseum, Bodo, Norway.
69-7135/7136		Northrop F-5B-35-NO Freedom Fighter 
				MSN N.9013,9014.  Sold to Norway
69-7137/7173		Northrop RF-5A-45-NO Freedom Fighter
				MSN RF.1017/1053.
				7137/7147 (MSN RF.1017/RF.1027) to Turkey in 1970
					7137 crashed into a hill in Balikesir Feb 20, 1976
					7141 w/o May 28, 1983
					7143 (184 Filo) crashed near Diyarbakir Apr 30, 1992.  Pilot ejected safely
					7147 noted 1997 on display at Turkish Aerospace Museum, Istanbul.
				7148 (MSN RF.1028) to South Vietnam in 1970, to South Korea in 1975
				7149 (MSN RF.1029) to Turkey in 1970
				7150 (MSN RF.1030) to Turkey in 1970
				7151 (MSN RF.1031) to South Vietnam in 1970
				7152 (MSN RF.1032) to Turkey in 1970
				7153 (MSN RF.1033) to Turkey in 1970.  W/o Nov 2, 1976
				7154 (MSN RF.1034) to Thailand as TKh18-1/13.  Hit mountain  Mar 27, 1987
				7155,7156 (MSN RF.1035/RF.1036) to Turkey in 1970
				7157 (MSN RF.1037) to Thailand AF as TKh18-2/13.  Reported w/o Nov 1992
				7158 (MSN RF.1038) to Thailand AF as TKh18-3/13.  To Don Muang Museum in 2006
				7159 (MSN RF.1039) to Thailand AF as TKh18-4/13.  Overran runway Jan 27, 1987
				7160/7163 (MSN RF.1040/RF.1043) to South Vietnam in 1970
				7164/7173 (MSN RF.1044/RF.1052) to Hellenic AF
					7165 (MSN RF.1045) noted stored at Larissa Sep 2005.
					7170 (MSN RF.1049) to Hellenic AF.  On display at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece
69-7174/7177		Northrop F-5A-45-NO Freedom Fighter 
				MSN N.6491/6494.  Sold to Iran
				7174 (MSN N.6491) transferred to Jordan, later to Hellenic AF as 97174 in 1983.
				7175 (MSN N.6492) transferred to Jordan, later to Hellenic AF in 1983
				7176 (MSN N.6493) transferred to Jordan, later to Hellenic AF in 1983
				7177 (MSN N.6494) transferred to Morocco
69-7178/7180		Northrop RF-5A Freedom Fighter 
				cancelled contract 
69-7181/7200		Cessna T-41D Mescalero
				MSN R.172-0366/0385.  Sold to Greece
				7181 DBR when overturned during emergency landing near Argos Sep 17, 2005.  Pilot injured. (AFM 11/2005)
				7189 (MSN R172-0374) w/o with Hellenic AF Feb 1, 1972.
69-7201/7260		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-43-MC Phantom
				7201/7217 leased to Royal Australian AF (1970-73) as A69-7201/A69-7217
					7201 (MSN 3854) returned to USAF 6/73.  Modified Jul 1978 to F-4G.
						50 combat missions in Desert Storm.  To AMARC as FP828
						3/20/1992.  To QF-4G drone AF205 Mar 10, 1999.  Expended Jun 29, 2004.
					7202 (MSN 3855) returned to USAF 11/72.  Modified May 1979 to F-4G.  To AMARC
						as FP1026.  To Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF146 Dec 17, 1996.  Expended
						in missile test Jul 12, 1998.
					7203 (MSN 3856) crashed June 16, 1971 near Evans Head, NSW during
						navigation exercise.  Both crew killed.  The plane painted as 69-7203
						is really 67-0237 on loan to RAAF Museum at Point Cook
					7204 (MSN 3857) returned to USAF 10/15/1972.  Modified to F-4G Apr 1979. To AMARC 
						as FP1006 11/2/1996.  To Holloman AFB as QF-4G drone AF144 7/10/1997.   W/o  Aug 10, 2006
					7205 (MSN 3858) returned to USAF 6/1972.  Modified to F-4G. Crashed near California City, CA Mar 18, 1980.
					7206 (MSN 3860) returned to USAF 6/1973.  Modified Jun 1978 to F-4G.  Now used as
						instructional airframe at Nellis AFB, Nevada.
					7207 (MSN 3862) returned to USAF 6/1973.  Modified Jul 1978 to F-4G.  Flew 62
						missions in Desert Storm.  To AMARC as FP0971 9/17/1997.  To
						Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF172 6/8/1998.  Expended Dec 16, 1998.  Nose section currently
						preserved in Australia
					7208 (MSN 3864) returned to USAF 6/1973.  Modified Jul 1978 to F-4G.  Crashed
						on Tonopah/Nellis range Mar 1, 1995 after engine bleed air failure which
						produced smoke in cockpit.  Crew ejected safely.
					7209 (MSN 3865) returned to USAF 11/1972.  Modified Aug 1978 to F-4G.  To AMARC as 
						FP849 May 8, 1992.  Later to QF-4G drone AF208 May 17, 1999.  Back to AMARC Nov 2001.
					7210 (MSN 3866) returned to USAF 6/1973.  Modified Oct 1979 to F-4G.  Credited with 3 kills
						on Iraqi radar sites in Gulf War.  To AMARC as 
						FP1035 3/26/1996. To Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF171 6/25/1998.
						Expended in missile test Jun 12, 2001.
					7211 (MSN 3868) returned to USAF 6/1973.  Modified Jun 1978 to F-4G.  Flew in
						Operation Southern Watch and Desert Storm.  To AMARC as
						 2/14/1996.  To Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF145 10/6/1997.  Expended in missile test
						Nov 7, 2002.
					7212 (MSN 3869) returned to USAF 10/25/1972.  Modified Feb 1980 to F-4G.  60 missions
						in Desert Storm.  Credited with 5 radar kills.  To AMARC
						as FP1003 Dec 7, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
					7213 (MSN 3871) returned to USAF 10/25/1972.  Modified Nov 1979 to F-4G.  Crashed
						Mar 13, 1980 into Mount Moncayo, enroute to Bardenas Reales Weapons Range, Spain
					7214 (MSN 3873) returned to USAF 10/25/1972.  Modified to F-4G. To 
						AMARC as FP862 Jun 22, 1992.  Later to TFSI as QF-4G drone AF207.
						Returned to AMARC as FP1067 Jan 13, 2001.  Returned to
						Tyndall AFB Mar 2, 2000.  W/o May 7, 2003.
					7215 (MSN 3874) returned to USAF 6/73.  Modified to F-4G.  Crashed on Nellis Range, Nevada Dec 6, 1976.
					7216 (MSN 3876) returned to USAF 6/1973.  Modified Aug 1978 to F-4G.  Flew 50 missions in
						Desert Storm.  To AMARC as FP807 Jan 21, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
					7217 (MSN 3877) returned to USAF 11/1972.  Modified Aug 1978 to F-4G.  TO AMARC as
						FP1027 3/25/1996.  To Tyndall AFB as QF-4G AF141 3/25/1997.
						Expended in missile test Nov 17, 1999.
				7218 (MSN 3879) converted to F-4G.  To AMARC as FP598 Dec 19, 1990.  
					Converted to QF-4G drone AF218.  Expended in missile test Mar 20, 2002.
				7219/7220 leased to Royal Australian AF (1970-73) as A69-7219/7220.
					7219 (MSN 3880) returned to USAF 6/1973.  Modified to F-4G. With 52nd TFW, crashed on approach to Bitburg
						AB, West Germany Jan 21, 1986.
					7220 (MSN 3881) returned to USAF 11/1972. Leased to Imperial Iranian AF Jan 1973.  Later to 35th TFW
						at George AFB, California.  Modified to F-4G Oct 1979.  To AMARC as FP1046
						Apr 20, 1996.  To QF-4G drone AF150 at Holloman AFB 4/8/1998.  W/o May 3, 2005.
				7221 (MSN 3882) with 8th TFW, 25th TFS shot down by 37 mm AAA near Thon Cam Son/Tu Chinn, North Vietnam
					May 3, 1972. Crew ejected and POW.
				7222 (MSN 3884) with 334th TFS, 4th TFW crashed into Phelps Lake near Creswell, North Carolina Dec 8, 1970 
				7223 (MSN 3886) converted to F-4G Dec 1979.  Collided in midair with F-4E 67-0271 and crashed near Aurich, Germany while inbound to Jever AB
					Jun 1, 1984. 
				7224 (MSN 3887) to Israel Defense Force Air Force as 124 and 624 Sep 1970, Peace Echo III.  Shot down by SAM near Ismaila, 
					Egypt Oct 6, 1973.  Both crewmen killed.
				7225 (MSN 3889) to Israel Defense Force Air Force as 125 and 330 Sep 1970, Peace Echo III.  WFU at Ovda AB May 2000.
				7226 (MSN 3890) to Israel Defense Force Air Force as 127 Sep 1970, Peace Echo III.  Currently preserved at Hatzerim AB
				7227 (MSN 3891) to Israel Defense Force Air Force as 126 and 147 Sep 1970, Peace Echo III.  W/o Sep 24, 1974. 
				7228 (MSN 3893) converted to F-4G.  To AMARC as FP1014 Jan 31, 1996.  Converted to 
					QF-4G drone AF-137 Oct 29, 1997.  Expended in missile test Aug 27, 2003.
				7229 (MSN 3895) to Israel Defense Force Air Force as 325 and 160 Sep 1970.  Shot down near Tanta, Egypt Apr 11, 1976. One
					crewman killed.
				7230 (MSN 3897) 334th TFS, 8th TFW) shot down by ground fire near Ba Long/Quant Tri, South Vietnam May 5, 1972.
				7231 (MSN 3898) converted to F-4G Nov 1980.  To AMARC as FP838 Apr 17, 1992.  Converted to QF-4G drone AF-214.
					W/o Aug 4, 2006.
				7232 (MSN 3900) converted to F-4G Nov 1978.  To AMARC as FP1036 3/26/1996.  To 
					Holloman AFB as QF-4G drone AF142 7/17/1997.
				7233 (MSN 3901) converted to F-4G Sep 1980.  To AMARC as FP833 Apr 2, 1992.  Converted to QF-4G AF-219.
					W/o Feb 8, 2006
				7234 (MSN 3902) leased to Royal Australian AF (1970-73) as A69-7234.  Damaged  in landing
					accident 10/19/1970 at Amberley QLD.   Repaired and reflown 9/71.
					Returned to USAF 10/25/1972 and modified as F-4G Sep 1978.  To AMARC as
					FP761 9/20/1991.  Converted to QF-4G drone AF212 Aug 31, 1999.  W/o Jul 21, 2005. 
				7235 (MSN 3903) credited with shooting down MiG-21 over North Vietnam Aug 15, 1972.  Converted to F-4G Jan 1979.  
					To AMARC as FP1001 11/30/1995.  To Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF135.  Shot down by F-16 in missile
					test over Gulf of Mexico off Florida coast May 5, 1998.
				7236 (MSN 3904) with 52nd TFW w/o at Bitburg AB, West Germany Aug 21, 1989.  Assigned as battle damage repair trainer
					at Spangdahlem AB, West Germany
				7237/7250 for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo III
					7237 (MSN 3908) to IDFAF Oct 1970 as 113, preserved at Ramat David AB, Israel.
					7238 (MSN 3909) to IDFAF Oct 1970 as 140
					7239 (MSN 3910) to IDFAF Oct 1970 as 122.  WFU at Hatzerim AB
					7240 (MSN 3911) to IDFAF Oct 1970 as 123.  W/o
					7241 (MSN 3912) to IDFAF Nov 1970 as 119 and 109.  Upgrades as Kurnass no. 519. WFU at Ovda AB May 2005.
					7242 (MSN 3914) to IDFAF Nov 1970 as 177.  Shot down by SAM over Suez Canal, Egypt Oct 7, 1973.
					7243 (MSN 3915) to IDFAF Dec 1970 as 156.  WFU at Hatzerim AB
					7244 (MSN 3918) to IDFAF Nov 1970 as 170 and 152.  WFU at Hatzeim AB Jan 1997
					7245 (MSN 3920) to IDFAF Dec 1970 as 125, 153, 175, and 575.  WFU at Ovda AB Aug 2004.
					7246 (MSN 3921) to IDFAF Jan 1971
					7247 (MSN 3922) to IDFAF Dec 1970 as 158, 212, and 612
					7248 (MSN 3924) to IDFAF Dec 1970 as 129.  Shot down by SAM over Egypt Jul 5, 1970 or Oct 1973?  Remains of
						aircraft currently displayed in a museum in Cairo, Egypt
					7249 (MSN 3925) to IDFAF Nov 1970 as 122 and 222.  Crashed while landing Jan 20, 1981
					7250 (MSN 3926) to IDFAF Jan 1971 as 265 and 201.  W/o at uncertain date.
				7251 (MSN 3928) upgraded to F-4G Dec 1978.  Assigned as ground trainer at Nellis AFB, Nevada
				7252 (MSN 3929) converted to F-4G.  To AMARC as FP601 Jan 9, 1991.  
					Converted to QF-4G drone AF215.  W/o May 5, 2005.
				7253 (MSN 3931) converted to F-4G Aug 1980.  (37th TFW) crashed on Tonopah/Nellis Range, Nevada Jul 7, 1981
				7254 (MSN 3932) converted to YF-4G prototype Dec 1975.  To AMARC as FP855 Jan 5, 1992.  Later
					to TFSI as QF-4G drone AF-209.  Expended in missile test Jun 4, 2002.
				7255 (MSN 3934) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Oct 1970 as 330 and 260
				7256 (MSN 3935) converted to F-4G Jan 1980.  To AMARC as FP1040 4/2/1996.  To 
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF155.  Expended in missile test over Gulf of Mexico Jun 10, 1998.
				7257 (MSN 3936) converted to F-4G Jun 1980.  To AMARC as FP844 Apr 30, 1992.  To TFSI as
					QF-4G drone AF204.  Expended in missile test Apr 16, 2002
				7258 (MSN 3939) converted to F-4G Oct 1980.  To AMARC as FP861 Jun 22, 1992.  To TFSA as QF-4G drone AF202.
					Expended in missile test May 11, 2001.
				7259 (MSN 3942) upgraded to F-4G.  W/o at Nellis AFB, Nevada May 18, 1980
				7260 (MSN 3943) converted to F-4G.  To AMARC as FP866 Jun 14, 1992.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G AF206.  Expended Aug 19, 2003.
69-7261/7273		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-44-MC Phantom
				7261 (MSN 3944) converted to F-4G.  To AMARC as FP711 6/28/1991.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF103 4/15/1996.  Expended in missile test Jun 4, 2002
				7262 (MSN 3945) converted to F-4G Mar 1979.  To AMARC as FP817 Feb 18, 1992.  
					Converted to QF-4G drone AF-213.  Expended in missile test Jun 9, 2004.
				7263 (MSN 3947) converted to F-4G Sep 1977.  Was preserved at George AFB, California.  Noted on display 
					in new Eugene W. Kettering Hall at USAFM, WPAFB May 2003.
				7264 (MSN 3948) with 86th TFW crashed at Incirlik AB, Turkey Sep 25, 1972.
				7265 (MSN 3949) with 334th TFS, 4th TFW w/o Oct 2, 1975.
				7266 (MSN 3951) with 335th TFS shot down by MiG-21/Atoll near Son Dong/Hanoi, North Vietnam Sept 12, 1972.
				7267 (MSN 3952) converted to F-4G.  To AMARC as FP1015 1/31/1996.  To
					Holloman AFB as QF-4G drone AF132 5/16/1997.  Expended in missile test Jul 27, 2002.
				7268 (MSN 3955) converted to F-4G Dec 1980.  To AMARC as FP788 Nov 21, 1991.  Converted to QF-4G drone AF211.
				7269 (MSN 3956) with 35th TFW w/o Jul 2, 1979
				7270 (MSN 3957) converted to F-4G Sep 1980.  To AMARC as FP986 9/11/1995.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF168.  Expended in missile test May 18, 2001.
				7271 (MSN 3958) with 366th TFW shot down by MiG-21/missile near Hanoi, North Vietnam Jun 27, 1972.
				7272 (MSN 3960) converted to F-4G Nov 1978.  To AMARC as FP1038 4/2/1996.  To 
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF158 7/27/1998.  Expended in missile test Oct 29, 1998
				7273 (MSN 3961) with 8th TFW, 335th TFS hit by ground fire near Hue, South Vietnam Oct 27, 1972. Crew ejected over 
					the water and were rescued.
69-7274/7279		Cessna T-41D Mescalero
				MSN R.172-0386/0391.  To Bolivia as 123/128.
69-7280/7284		Cessna U-17B
				Cessna 260 Skywagon for FMS
				7280 MSN 185-01557.  To Philippines
				7281 MSN 185-01559.  To Panama
				7282 MSN 185-01560.  To Philippines
				7283 MSN 185-01562.  To Panama
				7284 MSN 185-01563.  To Philippines
69-7285			Cessna T-37C
				MSN 42006.  Sold to Thailand in 1970 under MAP as F12-14/13
69-7286/7303		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-44-MC Phantom
				7286 (MSN 3964) converted to F-4G Jan 1981.  To AMARC as FP1021 2/28/1996.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF179.  Expended in missile test Dec 7, 2001.
				7287 (MSN 3965) converted to F-4G Sep 1978.  To AMARC as FP857 Jun 12, 1992.  Converted to QF-4G drone AF210. 
					 W/o Sep 2, 2005.
				7288 (MSN 3967) converted to F-4G Feb 1979.  To AMARC as FP859 Jun 19, 1992.  Converted to QF-4G drone AF221.
					W/o Dec 7, 2005
				7289 (MSN 3968) converted to F-4G Mar 1979.  To AMARC as FP838 Apr 17, 1992.  Converted to QF-4G drone AF216.
					Expended in missile test Jun 24, 2003.
				7290 (MSN 3969) converted to F-4G Oct 1976.  To AMARC as FP1009 1/4/1996.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G drone AF180.  Expended in missile test Jan 31, 2002.
				7291 (MSN 3970) converted to F-4G Jul 1980.  To AMARC as FP0978 8/15/1995.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF167.  Expended in missile test Feb 2, 2000.
				7292 (MSN 3971) w/o Sep 21, 1979
				7293 (MSN 3972) converted to F-4G Mar 1979.  To AMARC as FP797 Dec 20, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				7294 (MSN 3974) converted to F-4G.  To AMARC as FP1043 4/9/1996.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G AF176.  Expended in missile test Nov 4, 1998.
				7295 (MSN 3975) converted to F-4G Apr 1979.  To AMARC as FP1030 3/26/1996.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G AF165.  Expended in missile test Aug 24, 1999.
				7296 (MSN 3977) with 366th TFW shot down by MiG-21/Atoll near Hanoi, North Vietnam Jun 27, 1972.
				7297 (MSN 3978) converted to F-4G.  To AMARC as FP1039 4/2/1998.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF174.  Expended in missile test Jan 8, 2002.
				7298 (MSN 3980) converted to QF-4G Oct 1979.  To AMARC as FP1004 Dec 21, 1995.  To 
					TFSI as QF-4G AF183 drone Jan 21, 1998.  Expended in missile test Apr 16, 2002.
				7299 (MSN 3981) 308th TFS, 31st TFW) crashed near Udorn AB, Thailand due to battle damage Jun 1, 1972.
				7300 (MSN 3983) converted to F-4G Apr 1978.  To AMARC as FP851 5/14/1992.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF114 11/15/1996.  W/o May 25, 2000
				7301 (MSN 3984) converted to F-4G Dec 1978.  To AMARC as FP712 July 1, 1991.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G drone AF105.   Crashed on a manned flight in Nevada May 14, 1993 near Pahrump,
					Nevada.  Both crewmen killed.  There is a reference to this plance crashing Mar 19, 1990
					while with 3rd TFW/90th TFS.  Presumably it was repaired to become QF-4G.
				7302 (MSN 3985) with 90th TFS, 3rd TFW crashed near Chonju, South Korea Mar 19, 1990
				7303 (MSN 3987) converted to F-4G Apr 1980.  To AMARC as FP839 Apr 24, 1992.  
					Converted to QF-4G drone AF217.  Noted summer 2003 with 82nd ATRS.  Flew the last manned QF-4E
					flight Mar 16, 2006
69-7304/7312		Cessna U-17B
				Cessna 260 Skywagon sold to South Vietnam
				7304 MSN 185-01543.  To Vietnam AF.  To Laotian AF Aug 12, 1969
				7305 MSN 185-01545.  To Vietnam AF.  To Laotian AF Aug 12, 1969
				7306 MSN 185-01547.  To Vietnam AF.  To Laotian AF Aug 12, 1969
				7307 MSN 185-01548
				7308 MSN 185-01550
				7309 MSN 185-01551
				7310 MSN 185-01553
				7311 MSN 185-01554
				7312 MSN 185-01556
69-7313/7447		General Dynamics AGM-78C Standard missiles
69-7448/7455		McDonnell Douglas RF-4E-43-MC Phantom 
				For West German Luftwaffe as 35+01-35+08
				7448 (MSN 3861) to Luftwaffe as 35+01.  To Turkish AF in 1995.  Upgrade by ASELSAN as RF-4E/TM Isik
				7449 (MSN 3872) to Luftwaffe as 35+02.  To Hellenic AF as 7449 in 1993.  Crashed 5 mi
					from Larissa AB Apr 25, 2006 following hydraulic problem.
					Both crew ejected safely.  (originally reported as being 69-7499)
				7450 (MSN 3883) to Luftwaffe as 35+03.  To Hellenic AF as 7450 in 1993
				7451 (MSN 3894) to Luftwaffe as 35+04.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  Upgrade by ASELSAN as RF-4E/TM Isik
				7452 (MSN 3905) to Luftwaffe as 35+05.  To Turkish AF in 1992.
					WFU for spares recovery at Eskisehir in mid 1990s.
				7453 (MSN 3916) to Luftwaffe as 35+06.  To Turkish AF in 1992
				7454 (MSN 3927) to Luftwaffe as 35+07.  To Hellenic AF as 7454 in 1993
				7455 (MSN 3938) to Luftwaffe as 35+08.  To Turkish AF 
69-7456/7462		McDonnell Douglas RF-4E-44-MC Phantom 
				For West German Luftwaffe as 35+09-35+15
				7456 (MSN 3953) to Luftwaffe as 35+09.  To Turkish AF in 1993.
					Crashed Jan 9, 2003 (with 69-7481) near Erhac, Malatya, Turkey.
					2 crew killed.
				7457 (MSN 3963) to Luftwaffe as 35+10.  To Turkish AF in 1994.  Upgrade by ASELSAN as RF-4E/TM Isik
				7458 (MSN 3979) to Luftwaffe as 35+11.  To Turkish AF in 1994.  WFU
				7459 (MSN 3993) to Luftwaffe as 35+12.  To Turkish AF in 1994
				7460 (MSN 4007) to Luftwaffe as 35+13.  To Hellenic AF as 7460 in 1993
				7461 (MSN 4022) to Luftwaffe as 35+14.  Crashed Jul 5, 1988
				7462 (MSN 4033) to Luftwaffe as 35+15.  Crashed Jul 11, 1977.
69-7463/7481		McDonnell Douglas RF-4E-45-MC Phantom
				For West German Luftwaffe as 35+16-35+34
				7463 (MSN 4037) to Luftwaffe as 35+16.  Crashed Jul 14, 1977
				7464 (MSN 4040) to Luftwaffe as 35+17.  To Hellenic AF as 7464 in 1993
				7465 (MSN 4043) to Luftwaffe as 35+18.  To Turkish AF in 1992.
					On display at Aviation Park and Plane Museum, Eskisehir, Turkey 
				7466 (MSN 4045) to Luftwaffe as 35+19.  To Turkish AF in 1994.  Upgrade by ASELSAN as RF-4E/TM Isik
				7467 (MSN 4048) to Luftwaffe as 35+20.  To Turkish AF in 1992.  WFU for spares recovery at Eskisehir in 1ate 1990s.
				7468 (MSN 4051) to Luftwaffe as 35+21.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  Upgrade by ASELSAN as RF-4E/TM Isik
				7469 (MSN 4054) to Luftwaffe as 35+22.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  
					Crashed Nov 5, 1996
				7470 (MSN 4057) to Luftwaffe as 35+23.  Crashed Oct 3, 1978
				7471 (MSN 4060) to Luftwaffe as 35+24.  To Hellenic AF as 7471 in 1993
				7472 (MSN 4063) to Luftwaffe as 35+25.  To Turkish AF
				7473 (MSN 4066) to Luftwaffe as 35+26.  To Turkish AF in 1994.  Upgrade by ASELSAN as RF-4E/TM Isik
				7474 (MSN 4068) to Luftwaffe as 35+27.  Crashed Mar 18, 1985
				7475 (MSN 4071) to Luftwaffe as 35+28.  To Turkish AF in 1994.  Last noted at Eskisehir as ground instructional
					aircraft Apr 1997.
				7476 (MSN 4074) to Luftwaffe as 35+29.  To Hellenic AF as 7476 in 1994
				7477 (MSN 4077) to Luftwaffe as 35+30.  Crashed May 27, 1981
				7478 (MSN 4081) to Luftwaffe as 35+31.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  Preserved at Eskisehir, Turkey Nov 2012.
				7479 (MSN 4084) to Luftwaffe as 35+32.  To Turkish AF in 1993
				7480 (MSN 4086) to Luftwaffe as 35+33.  To Turkish AF in 1992.  Last noted at Gaziemir as ground instructional
					aircraft May 2005.
				7481 (MSN 4090) to Luftwaffe as 35+34.  To Turkish AF in 1993.
					Crashed Jan 9, 2003 (with 69-7456) near Erhac, Malatya,
					Turkey.  2 crew killed.
69-7482/7510		McDonnell Douglas RF-4E-46-MC Phantom 
				For West German Luftwaffe as 35+35-35+63
				7482 (MSN 4092) to Luftwaffe as 35+35.  To Greek AF as 7482 in 1993.  With 348 Mira,
					overran runway at Larissa AB during autumn 2004.  WFU.
				7483 (MSN 4094) to Luftwaffe as 35+36.  To Turkish AF in 1992
				7484 (MSN 4095) to Luftwaffe as 35+37.  To Turkish AF in 1994.  Upgrade by ASELSAN as RF-4E/TM Isik
				7485 (MSN 4098) to Luftwaffe as 35+38.  To Turkish AF in 1994.  Crashed Oct 20, 1995 
					near Kutahya, Turkey.  2 crew ejected safely.
				7486 (MSN 4099) to Luftwaffe as 35+39.  To Greek AF as 7486 in 1994.
				7487 (MSN 4101) to Luftwaffe as 35+40.  To Greek AF as 7487 in 1993.
					Photographed May 22, 2008 in special paint scheme to commemorate
					30 years of Greek use of RF-4E
				7488 (MSN 4104) to Luftwaffe as 35+41.  To Turkish AF in 1994.  Withdrawn from Turkish AF service and preserved
					at Seka Park, Ismit.
				7489 (MSN 4105) to Luftwaffe as 35+42.  To Turkish AF in 1994
				7490 (MSN 4108) to Luftwaffe as 35+43.  To Turkish AF in 1994.  Preserved at Etimesgut AFB Museum, Ankara, Turkey
					Sep 2014.
				7491 (MSN 4109) to Luftwaffe as 35+44.  To Hellenic AF as 7491 in 1994
				7492 (MSN 4111) to Luftwaffe as 35+45.  crashed Apr 11, 1979.
				7493 (MSN 4114) to Luftwaffe as 35+46.  To Hellenic AF as 7493 in 1993
				7494 (MSN 4115) to Luftwaffe as 35+47.  Crashed Mar 26, 1980
				7495 (MSN 4117) to Luftwaffe as 35+48.  To Hellenic AF as 7495 in 1993
				7496 (MSN 4118) to Luftwaffe as 35+49.  To Hellenic AF as 7496 in 1993.  Still active with Hellenic AF Apr 2014.
				7497 (MSN 4121) to Luftwaffe as 35+50.  To Turkish AF in 1994.  WFU for spares recovery at Eskisehir in late 1990s.
				7498 (MSN 4122) to Luftwaffe as 35+51.  To Hellenic AF as 7498 in 1992.
				7499 (MSN 4124) to Luftwaffe as 35+52.  To Hellenic AF as 7499 in 1993.  
				7500 (MSN 4125) to Luftwaffe as 35+53.  To Hellenic AF as 7500 in 1993
				7501 (MSN 4128) to Luftwaffe as 35+54.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  WFU Mar 2009.
				7502 (MSN 4131) to Luftwaffe as 35+55.  Crashed Mar 23, 1976
				7503 (MSN 4133) to Luftwaffe as 35+56.  To Turkish AF in 1993.
					On display at Turkish AF Aviation Museum Etimesgut, Ankara, Turkey
				7504 (MSN 4134) to Luftwaffe as 35+57.  To Turkish AF in 1994
				7505 (MSN 4137) to Luftwaffe as 35+58.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  Preserved Alyon, Turkey Jul 2011.
				7506 (MSN 4138) to Luftwaffe as 35+59.  To Hellenic AF as 7506 in 1993
				7507 (MSN 4140) to Luftwaffe as 35+60.  To Hellenic AF as 7507 in 1993
				7508 (MSN 4141) to Luftwaffe as 35+61.  To Hellenic AF as 7508 in 1994
				7509 (MSN 4144) to Luftwaffe as 35+62.  On display at Berlin-Gatow, Germany
				7510 (MSN 4145) to Luftwaffe as 35+63.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  Upgrade by ASELSAN as RF-4E/TM Isik.
					With Turkish Aerospace Industries Jun 2011.
69-7511/7535		McDonnell Douglas RF-4E-47-MC Phantom
				For Luftwaffe, 35+64-35+88
				7511 (MSN 4148) to Luftwaffe as 35+64.  To Hellenic AF as 7511 in 1993
				7512 (MSN 4149) to Luftwaffe as 35+65.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  Upgrade by ASELSAN as RF-4E/TM Isik
				7513 (MSN 4152) to Luftwaffe as 35+66.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  Scrapped circa Mar 2001
				7514 (MSN 4155) to Luftwaffe as 35+67.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  WFU Mar 2009
				7515 (MSN 4156) to Luftwaffe as 35+68.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  Scrapped circa Mar 2001.
				7516 (MSN 4159) to Luftwaffe as 35+69.  Crashed Jun 15, 1988
				7517 (MSN 4160) to Luftwaffe as 35+70.  Crashed Nov 9, 1975
				7518 (MSN 4163) to Luftwaffe as 35+71.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  WFU Sep 2010
				7519 (MSN 4164) to Luftwaffe as 35+72.  To Hellenic AF as 7519 in 1993
				7520 (MSN 4167) to Luftwaffe as 35+73.  To Turkish AF in 1993
				7521 (MSN 4169) to Luftwaffe as 35+74.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  Upgrade by ASELSAN as RF-4E/TM Isik
				7522 (MSN 4171) to Luftwaffe as 35+75.  To Turkish AF.  Upgrade by ASELSAN as RF-4E/TM Isik
				7523 (MSN 4173) to Luftwaffe as 35+76.  To Turkish AF.  Upgrade by ASELSAN as RF-4E/TM Isik
				7524 (MSN 4176) to Luftwaffe as 35+77.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  Upgrade by ASELSAN as RF-4E/TM Isik
				7525 (MSN 4177) to Luftwaffe as 35+78.  To Turkish AF in 1993
				7526 (MSN 4180) to Luftwaffe as 35+79.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  Upgrade by ASELSAN as RF-4E/TM Isik.
					W/o Nov 3, 2011.
				7527 (MSN 4183) to Luftwaffe as 35+80.  Crashed Sep 16, 1983
				7528 (MSN 4184) to Luftwaffe as 35+81.  Crashed Jun 6, 1986
				7529 (MSN 4187) to Luftwaffe as 35+82.  To Hellenic AF as 7529 in 1993
				7530 (MSN 4188) to Luftwaffe as 35+83.  To Turkish AF in 1993.  Upgrade by ASELSAN as RF-4E/TM Isik
				7531 (MSN 4191) to Luftwaffe as 35+84.  To Hellenic AF as 7531 in 1993
				7532 (MSN 4192) to Luftwaffe as 35+85.  Crashed Sep 14, 1988.
				7533 (MSN 4195) to Luftwaffe as 35+86.  To Hellenic AF as 7533 in 1993.  
					Crashed Dec 3, 2001.
				7534 (MSN 4197) to Luftwaffe as 35+87.  To Hellenic AF as 7534 in 1993
				7535 (MSN 4200) to Luftwaffe as 35+88.  To Hellenic AF as 7535 in 1994.
69-7536/7538		Bell UH-1N-BF Iroquois
					MSN 31077/31079
69-7539/7545		Cessna U-17B
				Cessna 260 Skywagon for FMS
				7539 MSN 185-01565
				7540 MSN 185-01566
				7541 MSN 185-01568 to Turkish Army 
				7542 MSN 185-01569 to Turkish Army as 14056.
				7543 MSN 185-01571
				7544 MSN 185-01572
				7545 MSN 185-01574
69-7546/7578		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-44-MC Phantom		
				7546 (MSN 3988) converted to F-4G Aug 1978.  To AMARC as FP1028 3/25/1996.  To Tyndall
					AFB as QF-4G drone AF177 5/30/1998. Expended as target in missile test over Gulf of Mexico Apr 7, 1999.
				7547 (MSN 3989) to IDFAF Nov 1970, Peace Patch as 144 and 236
				7548 (MSN 3990) with 25th TFS, 8th TFW lost to ground fire near Yen Bai/Xom Lom, North Vietnam Oct 27, 1972.
				7549 (MSN 3991) to Israel Defense Force AF Jan 1971, Peace Patch as 162, 253, and 653.  W/o Apr 20, 1974.
				7550 (MSN 3994) converted to F-4G. Apr 1980.  With 561st TFS, 35th TFW, crashed Aug 21, 1991, Saudi Arabia.
				7551 (MSN 3995) converted to F-4G.  On display with Idaho ANG at Boise Air Terminal, Idaho.
				7552 (MSN 3997) with 4th TFS, 366th TFW shot down in Laos Mar 6, 1972. Both crew KIA.
				7553 (MSN 3998) for Israel Defense Force AF Feb 1971, Peace Patch, as 159 and 228.  WFU at Hatzerim AB 
				7554 (MSN 3999) for Israel Defense Force AF Feb 1971, Peace Patch, as 164.  
				7555 (MSN 4001) upgraded to F-4G Feb 1980.  (3rd TFS, 3rd TFW) crashed after takeoff from Kunsa AB, South
					Korea Apr 5, 1982.
				7556 (MSN 4002) converted to F-4G Feb 1980. To AMARC as FP1012 1/11/1996.  To Tyndall
					AFB as QF-4G drone AF147 12/18/1997.  Expended Apr 7, 1999 as target over Gulf of Mexico Apr 7, 1999.
				7557 (MSN 4004) converted to F-4G.  To AMARC as FP1045 4/20/1996.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G AF159 3/12/1998. Expended in missile test Feb 16, 2002. 
				7558 (MSN 4005) converted to F-4G Jan 1980.  To AMARC as FP1033 Mar 26, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7559 (MSN 4006) shot down over Mua Gia Pass, Laos Dec 17, 1971.
				7560 (MSN 4009) converted to F-4G Aug 1980.  To AMARC as FP0975 May 30, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7561 (MSN 4010) converted to F-4G Jul 1980.  To AMARC as FP0987 9/12/1995.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF175.  Expended in missile test Jun 6, 2001.
				7562 (MSN 4012) with 366th FFW shot down near Ban Phak. Chanum, Laos Nov 23, 1971.
				7563 (MSN 4013) with 4th TFS, 366th TFW, damaged by MiG-21/Atoll Jul 8, 1972 and crashed in Thailand due to
					battle damage.
				7564 (MSN 4014) with 390th TFS, 366th TFW shot down by SA-2 near Taung Ngia, North Vietnam Apr 23, 1972.
				7565 (MSN 4015) with 307th TFS, 432nd TRW crashed in Laos due to battle damage Sep 9, 1972
				7566 (MSN 4016) converted to F-4G May 1978.  To AMARC as FP787 Nov 21, 1991.  
					Converted to QF-4G drone AF223.  Expended in a missile test Jun 26, 2003.
				7567/7570 for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Patch
					7567 (MSN 4017) to IDFAF Mar 1971.  Original IDFAF serial was 146, later 254 and 490.  Converted to RF-4X mock
						up (the F-4X was a cancelled proposal).  Converted to RF-4E(S) with nose-mounted HIAC-1 camera and back 
						to Israeli AF as 498. WFU May 12, 2004.  Registered N97567 to General Dynamics for testing; cancelled.
						To Israeli AF Museum at Hatzerim AB
					7568 (MSN 4020) to IDFAF Mar 1971 as 214.  Crashed Oct 23, 1974 due to explosion of own flares.
					7569 (MSN 4021) to IDFAF Mar 1971 as 661, 648, and 148.  Shot down by SAM over Golan Heights, Syria
						Oct 7, 1973.  Remains of plane currently on display in museum in Damascus, Syria.
					7570 (MSN 4023) to IDFAF Apr 1971 as 163 and 189.  converted to RF-4E(S) with nose-mounted HIAC-1 camera 
						and recoded 492.  WFU May 12, 2004 and stored at Ovda AB.  Registered N97570 to General Dynamics for
						testing, cancelled.
				7571 (MSN 4024) converted to F-4G Jun 1980.  With 81st TFS, 52nd TFW) missed tanker while returning from
					mission Jan 19, 1991 and could not find runway due to
					fog.  Crew ejected near King Khalid Military City AB, Saudi Arabia when fuel was exhausted.
				7572 (MSN 4026) converted to F-4G Aug 1980.  To AMARC as FP1041 4/2/1996.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF157 2/26/1998.  Expended in missile test Jul 14, 2000.
  				7573 (MSN 4027) with 307th TFS, 432nd TRW damaged by MiG-21/Atoll and crashed in Thailand due to
					battle damage Oct 6, 1972.
				7574 (MSN 4028) converted to F-4G Nov 1980.  To AMARC as FP1011 1/4/1996.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF164 7/6/1998.  Expended in missile test Aug 4, 1999.
				7575/7578 for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Patch
					7575 (MSN 4029) to IDFAF Apr 1971 as 165.  Currently in storage at Ovda, Israel.
					7576 (MSN 4030) to IDFAF Apr 1971 as 167 and 493.  Was diverted to General Dynamics for its
						cancelled F-4X project with number N97576, then returned to IDFAF.  Converted to RF-4E(S) with nose-mounted HIAC-1 camera as 499.
						WFU May 12, 2004 and stored at Ovda AB.
					7577 (MSN 4032) to IDFAF Apr 1971 as 649 and 149 
					7578 (MSN 4035) to Israeli AF Mar 1971 as 143.  By Aug 1996 was in Historic Aircraft
						Collection at Haifa AB
69-7579/7589		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-45-MC Phantom
				7579 (MSN 4036) converted to F-4G May 1979.  To AMARC as FP1023 3/7/1996.  To
					Tyndall AFB as QF-4G drone AF152 5/11/1998.  Expended in missile test Aug 18, 1999.
				7580 (MSN 4042) converted to F-4G Dec 1980.  To AMARC as FP0985 8/30/1995.  To
					TFSI as QF-4G drone AF182.  Expended in missile test Sep 11, 2002.
				7581 (MSN 4047) converted to F-4G Sep 1978.  To AMARC as FP827 Mar 16, 1992.  
					Converted to QF-4G drone AF-220.  Expended in missile test Apr 10, 2002.
				7582 (MSN 4053) converted to F-4G Oct 1978.  To AMARC as FP786 Nov 21, 1991.  Converted to QF-4G drone AF222.
					Expended in missile test Mar 10, 2006
				7583 (MSN 4058) converted to F-4G Dec 1980.  To AMARC as FP599 Dec 19, 1990.  Converted to QF-4G drone AF-224.
					W/o Apr 7, 2005.
				7584 (MSN 4064) converted to F-4G Sep 1978.  W/o at Nellis AFB, Nevada Dec 17, 1980.
				7585 (MSN 4069) to Turkey in Feb 1992.  Converted to F-4E-2020 standard
				7586 (MSN 4075) converted to F-4G Mar 1980.  With 37th TFW, 562nd TFTS, crashed on Tonopah/Nellis
					Range, Nevada Jun 1, 1982.  Both crew killed.
				7587 (MSN 4079) converted to F-4G Dec 1980.  To AMARC as FP0997 Oct 11, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7588 (MSN 4083) converted to F-4G Dec 1979.  W/o with 561st TFS, 37th TFW in New Mexico Nov 6, 1984
				7589 (MSN 4087) with 4485th FS crashed into sea off Eglin AFB, Florida Sep 30, 1987.  However, was
					seen on Eglin AFB range Dec 2006
69-7590/7595		McDonnell Douglas RF-4E-45-MC Phantom 
				New builds for Israel Defense Force Air Force , Peace Echo I Feb 1971.  IDF/AF serials were 194/199.  
				7590 (MSN 4041, IDFAF 194) shot down by Egyptian SAMs Nov 9, 1973.  Pilot ejected and POW, navigator killed.
				7591 (MSN 4050, IDFAF 195) reregistered as 495.
				7592 (MSN 4061, IDFAF 196) reregistered as 496.  Currently preserved at Hatzerim AB.
				7593 (MSN 4072, IDFAF 197) reregistered as 497.  WFU at OVDA AB Aug 2004.
				7594 (MSN 4080, IDFAF 198) reregistered as 488.  Shot down by SA-2 over Egypt Nov 9, 1973.
				7595 (MSN 4088, IDFAF 199) reregistered as 489.  Shot down over Egypt Nov 9, 1973?				
69-7596/7600		Cessna T-37C
				Sold to Pakistan
				7596 (MSN 42007)
				7597 (MSN 42008)
				7598 (MSN 42009)
				7599 (MSN 42010)
				7600 (MSN 42011)
69-7601/7669		Cessna O-2A-CE Super Skymaster
				MSN 337M-0399/0467.
				7603 (MSN 337M-0401) to California Dept of Foresty as N455DF
				7604 (MSN 337M-0402) to AMARC as 2L0056 May 2, 1994.  Sold to Chile Navy as 335 in Oct 1997
				7606 (MSN 337M-0404) to AMARC as HV0252 Jun 23, 1986.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7607 (MSN 337M-0405) to AMARC as HV0244 May 27, 1986.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7608 (MSN 337M-0406) to AMARC as 2L0048 May 2, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				7609 (MSN 337M-0407) to AMARC as HV0232 Feb 24, 1986.  To Chilean Navy as 334
				7611 (MSN 337M-0409) to AMARC as HV0232 Feb 24, 1986.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7612 (MSN 337M-0410) to AMARC as 2L0052 May 2, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				7613 (MSN 337M-0411) sold to Dominican Republic as 1700
				7614 (MSN 337M-0412) sold to Costa Rica as TI-SPG
				7615 (MSN 337M-0413) sold to Botswana in 1993
				7616 (507th TACW) crashed near Fort Stewart, GA Nov 2, 1982.  Two killed.
				7617 (MSN 337M-0415) to civil registry as N502A Aug 23, 1990
				7618 (MSN 337M-0416) sold to Zimbabwe as 322
				7621 (MSN 337M-0419) became N1414C
				7622 (MSN 337M-0420) to civil registry as N7654A Oct 10, 1990.  To Australia as VH-OTU in 2010
				7623 (MSN 337M-0421) to AMARC as HV0226
				7624 (MSN 337M-0422) to AMARC as HV0234 Apr 7, 1986.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7625 (MSN 337M-0423) to AMARC as HV0221.  To civil registry as N5WB Apr 26, 2002
				7626 (MSN 337M-0424) to AMARC as HV0239 May 19, 1986.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7627 (MSN 337M-0425) to AMARC as 2L0051 May 2, 1994.  Sold to Chile Navy Oct 1997 as 336.  
					To civil registry as CC-LHB
				7630 (MSN 337M-0428) was on display at Rickenbacker, OH, but is now gone.  Has civil registration of N60552.
					At JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, CO Aug 2007
				7631 (MSN 337M-0429) to MASDC as HV0175 Jul 15, 1981.  FMS to Chile 1998.
				7632 (MSN 337M-0430) to civil registry as N97632 May 1, 1996
				7633 (MSN 337M-0431) on display at Hill AFB, UT Aug 1987.  Is it still there?  I have a report of it being sold
					to the Dominican Republic as 1701
				7636 (MSN 337M-0434) to AMARC as HV0257 Jun 26, 1986.  FMS to Chile 1998.
				7637 (MSN 337M-0435) to AMARC as HV0182 Aug 3, 1981.  FMS to Chile
					1998 but placed in storage pending refurbishment. To Empresa Nacional 
					de Aeronautica de Chile as CC-PZL.  To Chilean Navy in 2005 as 338,
					and formally taken into inventory May 11, 2006
				7639 (MSN 337M-0437) to MASDC Jul 1986.  To RNZAF Museum, New Zealand Apr 1990
				7641 (MSN 337M-0439 to AMARC as 2L0044 May 2, 1994.  Sold to Chile Navy as 332 Oct 1997
				7642 (MSN 337M-0440) to civil registry as N642AF Jun 30, 1993
				7643 (MSN 337M-0441) to AMARC as Apr 28, 1986.  To AMARC as HV0235 Apr 28, 1986.  
					FMS to Chile as 251 in 1998.
				7644 (MSN 337M-0442) to Blaine Air Museum
				7646 (MSN 337M-0444) to Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
				7648 (MSN 337M-0446) sold to Costa Rica as TI-SPE.  Later
					to civil registry as N65MM
				7649 (MSN 337M-0447) to AMARC as HV0236 Apr 28, 1986. 
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7650 (MSN 337M-0448) sold to Botswana in 1993
				7651 (MSN 337M-0449) sold to Mauritania
				7655 (MSN 337M-0453) to AMARC as 2L0049 May 2, 1994.  To Chile
				7659 (MSN 337M-0457) to AMARC as HV0283.  To civil registry as N370SD Dec 4, 1995
				7661 (MSN 337M-0459) sold to Ivory Coast Apr 1993
				7662 (MSN 337M-0460) sold to Botswana 1993
				7663 (MSN 337M-0461) to AMARC as 2L0058 May 2, 1994.  To Chile
				7665 (MSN 337M-0463) to AMARC as HV0233 Feb 26, 1986.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				7666 (MSN 337M-0464) sold to Botswana 1993
				7668 (MSN 337M-0466) sold to El Salvador Jul 1990 as 626
				7669 (MSN 337M-0467)to civil registry as N51680 Dec 21, 1998
69-7670/7674		Cessna U-17B
				Cessna 260 Skywagon for FMS
				7670 MSN 185-01595
				7671 MSN 185-01596
				7672 MSN 185-01597
				7673 MSN 185-01598
				7674 MSN 185-01599
69-7675/7692		Cessna T-41D Mescalero
				MSN R.172-0392/0409.
				7675/7679 sold to Uruguay as 601/605
				7680/7688 to Indonesia
				7689/7692 to South Vietnam
					7691 captured and operated by VPAF in trainer role at Nha Trang.  Now on display at memorial park.
69-7693/7705		Beech QU-22B
				MSN EB 1/13
				7693 (MSN EB-1) to MASDC as HX019 Dec 5, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 1973,
					to Cochise College aviation school, Douglas, AZ, later to civil registry as N75210
				7695 (MSN EB-3) to MASDC as HX008 Dec 4, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 1973,
					to Sidney Technical College, NB, then to civil registry as N90638.
					At JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, CO Aug 2007
				7696 (MSN EB-4) to MASDC as HX005 Oct 22, 1972.  To civil registry as N40CA
				7697 (MSN EB-5, 553rd Recon Wing Det.1) crashed due engine failure during combat mission in SEA Jun 8, 1972. 
					Pilot survived.
				7698 (MSN EB-6) to MASDC as HX013 Dec 2, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 2973.
					to Arizona Conference Corp, Scottsdale, AZ, then to civil registry as N74TA
				7699 (MSN EB-7) to MASDC as HX006 Oct 2, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 1973.
					To Sidney Technical College, NB, then to civil registry as
					N90637 .  Now on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH
				7700 (MSN EB-8, 553rd Recon Wing Det.1) crashed due engine failure during combat mission in Thailand Apr 4, 1972. 
					Pilot survived.
				7701 (MSN EB-9) to MASDC as HX014 Dec 2, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 1973,
					to Arizona Conference Corp, Scottsdale, AZ, to civil registry as N73TA
				7702 (MSN EB-10) to MASDC as HX007 Nov 8, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 1973,
					to Des Moines, IA, then to civil registry as N49893
				7703 (MSN EB-11) to MASDC as HX015 Dec 2, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 1973,
					to St Louis University, Cahokia, IL, later to civil registryas N64285
				7704 (MSN EB-12) to MASDC as HX012 Dec 2, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 1973,
					then to Cochsie College aviation school at Douglas, AZ.  Sold to commercial user
					as N75208, restored and flew again Jul 2004.
				7705 (MSN EB-13, 553rd Recon Wing Det.1) crashed due engine failure during combat mission in SEA Feb 8, 1971. 
					Pilot killed.
69-7706/7710		Lockheed C-130E Hercules
				MSN 4294/4298
				Sold to Iran as 5-117/5-121.
69-7711/7726		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-46-MC Phantom 
				New builds for Imperial Iranian AF as 3-633/3-648
				7711 (MSN 4093) to Imperial Iranian AF Mar 1971 as 3-633, later 3-692.  Crashed Dec 5, 1978
				7712 (MSN 4097) to Imperial Iranian AF Mar 1971 as 3-634, lster 3-693
				7713 (MSN 4100) to Imperial Iranian AF May 1971 as 3-635, later 3-694
				7714 (MSN 4103) to Imperial Iranian AF Apr 1971 as 3-636, later 3-695
				7715 (MSN 4106) to Imperial Iranian AF Apr 1971 as 3-637, later 3-696
				7716 (MSN 4110) to Imperial Iranian AF May 1971 as 3-638, later 3-697
				7717 (MSN 4113) to Imperial Iranian AF May 1971 as 3-639, later 3-698.  Crashed Jun 24, 1974
				7718 (MSN 4116) to Imperial Iranian AF Jul 1971 as 3-640, later 3-699
				7719 (MSN 4120) to Imperial Iranian AF May 1971 as 3-641, later 3-700
				7720 (MSN 4123) to Imperial Iranian AF Jul 1971 as 3-642, later 3-701
				7721 (MSN 4126) to Imperial Iranian AF Jul 1971 as 3-643, later 3-702
				7722 (MSN 4129) to Imperial Iranian AF Jul 1971 as 3-644, later 3-703
				7723 (MSN 4132) to Imperial Iranian AF Jul 1971 as 3-645, later 3-704
				7724 (MSN 4135) to Imperial Iranian AF Jul 1971 as 3-646, later 3-705
				7725 (MSN 4139) to Imperial Iranian AF Jul 1971 as 3-647, later 3-706
				7726 (MSN 4143) to Imperial Iranian AF Aug 1971 as 3-648, later 3-707
69-7727/7742		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-47-MC Phantom 
				New builds for Imperial Iranian AF as 3-649/3-664
				7727 (MSN 4147) to Imperial Iranian AF Jul 1971 as 3-649, later 3-708
				7728 (MSN 4151) to Imperial Iranian AF Aug 1971 as 3-650, later 3-709
				7729 (MSN 4154) to Imperial Iranian AF Aug 1971 as 3-651, later 3-710
				7730 (MSN 4158) to Imperial Iranian AF Aug 1971 as 3-652, later 3-711
				7731 (MSN 4161) to Imperial Iranian AF Sep 1971 as 3-653, later 3-712
				7732 (MSN 4165) to Imperial Iranian AF Sep 1971 as 3-654, later 3-713
				7733 (MSN 4168) to Imperial Iranian AF Sep 1971 as 3-655, later 3-714
				7734 (MSN 4172) to Imperial Iranian AF Sep 1971 as 3-656.  Crashed Jul 13, 1972.
				7735 (MSN 4175) to Imperial Iranian AF Oct 1971 as 3-657, later 3-715
				7736 (MSN 4179) to Imperial Iranian AF Oct 1971 as 3-658, later 3-716
				7737 (MSN 4182) to Imperial Iranian AF Oct 1971 as 3-659, later 3-717
				7738 (MSN 4186) to Imperial Iranian AF Oct 1971 as 3-660, later 3-718
				7739 (MSN 4189) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1971 as 3-661, later 3-719
				7740 (MSN 4193) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1971 as 3-662, later 3-720
				7741 (MSN 4196) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1971 as 3-663, later 3-721
				7742 (MSN 4200) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1971 as 3-664, later 3-722.
69-7743/7749		Cessna T-41A Mescalero 
				given civil numbers N7743L/N7749L
69-7750/7756		Cessna T-41C Mescalero
				MSN R.172-0426/0432.  Given civil numbers N7750L/N7756L
				7752 MSN R172.0428; c/r N7752L
                      7753 MSN R172.0429; c/r N7753L
                      7754 MSN R172.0430; c/r N7754L
                      7755 MSN R172.0431; c/r N7755L
                      7756 MSN R172.0432; c/r N7756L
69-7757/7764		General Dynamics SLV-3C Atlas missiles
69-7765/7780		Ryan BQM-34F Firebee drones.


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69-15000/15959		Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois
				MSN 11288/12247
				15002,15012,15016,15071,15081,15171,15180,15208,15219,15228,15229,15247,15249,15253,
				   15267,15268,15271,15298,15322,15323,15325,15326,15331,15341,15370,15408,15439,15509,
				   15518,15531,15636,15641,15683,15719,15756,15818,15844,15845,15848,15854,15917,
				   15927/15929,15931,15941,15946 converted to UH-1V.
				15016,1029,15213,15234,15254,15335,15752,15905,15920,15936 to EH-1X.
				15085,15103,15145,15239,15265,15338,15340,15349,15455,15469,15499,15578,15676,15706,
				15713,15858,15865,15896,15930 to EH-1H.
				15000,15155,15312,15836,15918 to JUH-1H.
				Many to FMS (Argentina 5, Australia 9,Chile 5, Cambodia 3, Greece 13, Iran 2,
				New Zealand 9, South Vietnam 311, Thailand 8,Turkey 23, Philippines 4, South Korea 2,
				Ethiopia 2, Mexico 1).
				15002 (UH-1V: MSN 11290) noted during March 2003 in storage at the AMCOM/Dynacorp facility 
					at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX 
				15003 (MSN 11291) noted during March 2003 in storage at the AMCOM/Dynacorp facility 
					at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX. Still there Mar 2005. 
				15005(MSN 11293) to Dominican Republic AF as 3030
				15007 (MSN 11295) to AMARC as XA0626 Mar 17, 2000.  Registered N382FF May 26, 2009
				15011 (MSN 11299) to AMARC as XA0629 Mar 20, 2000.  Sold to Chile Nov 2004.  Registered
					N42322 Feb 15, 2005.  Registration N42322 cancelled May 31, 2007 on
					sale to owner in Argentina.
				15012 with 212 Medic Company, DC NG in 2010
				15015 (MSN 11303) to civil registry as N494DF
				15016 (MSN 11304) 229 MED DET crashed in Saudi Arabia Feb 7, 1991.
				15017 (MSN 11305) to AMARC as XA0603 Jan 21, 2000.
				15020 (MSN 11308) to Vietnam AF and w/o Apr 9, 1971.
				15021 (MSN 11309, 237th Med Det) crashed at night in SVN Sep 27, 1970. 4 KIA.
				15022 (MSN 11310) stored at AeroSource, Navarre, Florida in Oct 2003.
				15026 (MSN 11314) to AMARC as XA0630 Mar 20, 2000.  Registered N382AB May 26, 2009
				15030 (MSN 11318) to AMARC as XA0673 Sept 15, 2000.
				15033 (MSN 11321) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15035 (MSN 11323) noted during March 2005 in storage at the AMCOM/Dynacorp facility 
					at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  
				15050 (MSN 11338, UH-1H) to Argentine Army 3/9/2001.
				15051 (MSN 11339) to American Legion Post #639, Springfield, MO
				15053 (MSN 11341) noted during March 2003 in storage at the AMCOM/Dynacorp facility 
					at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005
				15054 (MSN 11342) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15062 (MSN 11350) noted during March 2003 in storage at the AMCOM/Dynacorp facility 
					at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.  Noted
					Mar 2006 stored at Panama City AP, FL
				15075 (MSN 11363) to AMARC as XA0656 Jul 28, 2000.  Allocated
					civilian registration N4073A June 2001
				15077 (MSN 11365) to AMARC as XA0615 Feb 17, 2000.
				15086 (MSN 11374) registered to Procuradoria de la Republica as XC-BBA
				15087 (MSN 11375) with AHC in Vietnam
				15088 (MSN 11376) wit 173 AVN in Vietnam
				15091 (MSN 11379) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Noted Mar 2006 stored at Panama City AP, FL.  To Philippine AF in Nov 2010.
				15092 (MSN 11380) currently N800NT, N667GH reserved Jun 7, 2004
				15098 (MSN 11386) to Argentine Army as AE-400
				15099 (MSN 11387) to Argentine Army as AE-401
				15103 (MSN 11391) became N318LD.  Registration cancelldd Jul 12, 2006 as scrapped.
				15104 (MSN 11392) noted Mar 7, 2005 with US Helicopters at Ozark.  Stored at Tara Field, Georgia in May 2009.
				15119 (MSN 11407, 227th Avn, A Co) hit a tree during takeoff, crashed and burned in SVN Jul 29, 1970. 5 KIA, 4 injured.
				15124 (MSN 11412) at Temple/Draughton Miller RAP, TX Jan 2008
				15126 (MSN 11414) with boom from 71-20127 noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005
				15130 (MSN 11418, UH-1H) to South Vietnam.  Captured and operated by VPAF.  Displayed at 
					Ho Chi Minh Museum, Da Nang.
				15132 (MSN 11420) noted during March 2003 in storage at the AMCOM/Dynacorp facility 
					at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
				15136 (MSN 11424) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
				15138 (MSN 11426, 11th GS) crashed in South Vietnam Jul 7, 1970. 7 KIA
				15140 stored at Everett/Paine Field, WA in 2008.  In 2013 was on display at Museum of Flight, Seattle, Washington.
				15142 (MSN 11430, 336th AHC) hit a tree at night sortie and crashed in SVN Oct 27, 1970. 2 KIA, 2 injured.
				15150 (MSN 11438) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15157 (MSN 11445) to Philippine AF, returned to USA and registered N92530 Aug 1995.
				15158 (MSN 11446) to AMARC as XA0628 Mar 20, 2000.
				15175 (MSN 11463) to AMARC as XA0392 Apr 17, 1995.  Registered N42294 Jan 14, 2005
				15180 (MSN 11468) at Temple/Draughton Miller RAP, TX Jan 2008
				15186 (MSN 11474, UH-1H) civil registratin N703TF reserved.  Now on display
					at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL (Sep 12, 2003) 
				15187 (MSN 11475) crashed near Fort Rucker, AL Oct 28, 1971 after
					colliding with TH-13T 67-17067.
				15190 (MSN 11478) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005
				15191 (MSN 11749) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15198 (MSN 11486, UH-1H) to civil registry as N205GE Aug 31, 2004
				15199 (MSN 11487) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.  Seem 2014
					in outdoor storage at Ozark, AL airport
				15208 (MSN 11496) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15216 (MSN 11504) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
				15217 (MSN 11505) registration N1048G reserved Oct 2002.  N1084G taken up Jan 16, 2003.
					N1084G cancelled Dec 5, 2007, reason unknown.  Became N1048G,
					reported destroyed
				15219 (MSN 11507) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15228 (MSN 11516) registration N5103B reserved Jun 22, 2006, taken up Sep 6, 2006
				15229 (MSN 11517) noted Mar 7, 2005 with US Helicopters at Ozark.  SDtored at Tara Field, GA Jan 2008
				15231 (MSN 11519) to NASA as 733.
				15232 (MSN 11520) to XC-BBC
				15233 (MSN 11521) to AMARC as XA0663 Aug 15, 2000.  Allocated
					civilian registration N40729 June 2001
				15236 (MSN 11524) noted Mar 7, 2005 with US Helicopters at Ozark.
					Noted Mar 2006 stored at Panama City AP, FL.  Stored at Tara Field, Georgia in May 2009.
				15237 (MSN 11525) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005
				15240 (MSN 11528) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Seen in Melbourne, Florida Mar 2011 without rotors and with about 60 other UH-1s.
				15241 (MSN 11529) registered to Procuradoria de la Republica as
					XC-BBF
				15243 (MSN 11531) to AMARC as XA0641 May 4, 2000.  Sold to Chile Nov 2004.  May 
					not have gone, as registration N42338 reserved Dec 1, 2004, taken up Feb 15, 2005.
					Registration N42338 cancelled by FAA Oct 1, 2007 on sale to
					owner in Argentina
				15245 (MSN 11533) to have gone to Argentine Navy as 0878/3-H-308,
					but while being unloaded from ship 11/24/2000 the crane cable
					broke, writing off the helicopter.  In Aug 207 was at Gray AAF, JB  Lewis Mchord, WA
				15246 (MSN 11534) noted Mar 7, 2005 with US Helicopters at Ozark
				15247 (MSN 11535) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15254 (MSN 11542). Registered N5172X Apr 4, 2003
				15256 (MSN 11544) to AMARC as XA-661 Aug 11, 2000.  Allocated
					civilian registration N40722 June 2001.
				15258 (MSN 11546) registered to Procuradoria de la Republica as
					XC-BBD
				15264 (MSN 11552) to Argentine Navy as 0879/3-H-307 Dec 2000
				15266 (MSN 11554) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
				15276 (MSN 11564) to AMARC as XA0510 Oct 2,1995.  Noted at RNZAF Ground Training Wing at Woodbourne, NZ
				15282 (MSN 11570) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
				15294 (MSN 11582) to Argentine Army as AE-447
				15297 (MSN 11585) seen at Pearl Harbor, Ford Island, HI Oct 2007
				15298 (MSN 11586) noted withdrown from use at Cairns AAF, Mar 2002.
				15300 (MSN 11588), minus boom, noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
					At Ozark, Blackwell Field, AL Apr 2007.
				15309 (MSN 11597) to AMARC as XA0602 Jan 18, 2000.  Registered N9239H
					Aug 12, 2005
				15312 (MSN 11600) noted Jan 2010 preserved at Fort Irwin, California
				15313 (MSN 11601) to Argentine Army as AE-448
				15315 (MSN 11603) at Temple/Draughton Miller RAP, TX Jan 2008
				15318 (MSN 11606) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15321 (MSN 11609) to AMARC as XA0633 Mar 23, 2000.  Returned to service.
					Registered N8053T Jul 16, 2003.
				15322 (MSN 11610) at Temple/Draughton Mille RAP, TX Jan 2008
				15326 (MSN 11614) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15328 (MSN 11616 )registered N7515S Nov 6, 2007
				15330 (MSN 11618) on display Apr 2001 at Lincoln MAP, Nebraska
				15332 (MSN 11620) to AMARC as XA0627 Mar 20, 2000.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				15337 (MSN 11625) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005
				15340 (MSN 11628) on civil registry as N134AS.  Registration N502SH reserved
					Mar 29, 2005, taken up May 26, 2005.  Noted Mar 2006 stored at Panama City AP, FL.
					Registration N502AW reserved Dec 11, 2008, taken up Mar 25, 2009
				15342 (MSN 11630) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15343 (MSN 11631) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15350 (MSN 11638) to AMARC as XA0649 Jun 13, 2000.  Registered N3819N May 26, 2009
				15354 (MSN 11642) to civil registry as N354HF.  At Army Aviation Heritage Foundation, Tara Field, GA.
				15368 (MSN 11656) lost in Vietnam Apr 18, 1972.  4 KIA
				15369 (MSN 11657) to Dominican Republic AF as 3035 in 1998.
				15370 (UH-1V, MSN 11658) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
				15375 (MSN 11663, 71st AHC) shot down by small arms fire in Laos Aug 15, 1970. 2 MIA, others rescued.
				15394 (MSN 11682) to AMARC as XA0606 Feb 7, 2000.  Registration N71NH reserved Nov 7, 2005,
					taken up Dec 15, 2005.
				15405 (MSN 11693) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15408 (MSN 11696) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15410 (MSN 11698) to Vietnam AF
				15411 (MSN 11699) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15414 (MSN 11702) to AMARC as XA0466 Sep 22, 1995.  To RNZAF as NZ3816 in 1996
				15415 (MSN 11703) to RAAF as A2-703 Jul 27, 1970.
				15417/15420 (MSN 11705/11708) to RNZAF as NZ3806/3809
					15417 to RNZAF as NZ3806. (3rd Sqn) crashed into a fog covered hill near Pukerua Bay, New Zealand 
						Apr 25, 2010. 3 killed, 1 seriously injured.
					15418 to RNZAF as NZ3807.  Operated in East Timor on behalf of UN with code UNO-080.
					15419 to RNZAF as NZ3808.  Operated in East Timor on behalf of UN with code UNO-060 and UNO-077
					15420 to RNZAF as NZ3809.  Operated in East Timor on behalf of UN with code UNO-078.
				15421 (MSN 11709) with boom from 68-16402, noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
				15427 at Temple/Draughton Miller RAP, TX Jan 2008.
				15429 (MSN 11717, 162nd AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Aug 26, 1970. 4 KIA.
				15435 (MSN 11723, UH-1H) to RAAF as A2-723 Jul 1970.  Crashed
					6/7/1971 Vietnam.
				15436 (MSN 11724, ID ANG) w/o Sept 9, 1989.
				15439 at Temple/Draughton Miller RAP, TX Jan 2008.
				15445 (MSN 11733) used by the now Deputy CEO Vietnam Airlines to drop bomb on presidential palace.  
					Now displayed on roof of same building near bomb repair damage - now known as "Reunification Palace Museum".
				15446 (MSN 11734) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15447 (UH-1V, MSN 11735) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX. 
					 Still there Mar 2005.
				15466 (MSN 11754, 254th Med Det) shot down with RPG in SVN Oct 17, 1970. 3 KIA, 1 rescued.
				15468 (MSN 11756) to Vietnam, later to Turkish Army as 11756.
				15469 (MSN 11757) stored Orlando Sanford.
				15474 (MSN 11762) noted at Tyndall AFB Silver Flag training area, Florida Oct 2012.
				15475 obtained by Dover AFB for use as a load trainer.  Repainted to represent an AF Huey used for
					medical mission asn administrative support.  Located in 2008 at Air Mobility Command Museum, 
					Dover AFB, DE but is not a part of the Museum's collection.
				15482 (MSN 11770) derelict at Camp Humphreys, South Korea Oct 2001.
				15485 (MSN 11773) to Australian Army as A2-485 and in September 2014 to Merredin Military Museum, Western Australia. 
				15489 (MSN 11777) to Australian Army Aviation as A2-489.
				15494 (MSN 11782) to Royal Thai Army.  Current in 2014
				15495/15498 (MSN 11783/11786) to Turkish Army
				15499 (EH-1H MSN 11787). Registration N5181M reserved Mar 6, 2003.
					Registration N5181M taken up Apr 7, 2003
				15500 (MSN 11788) now on display at CAF headquarts, Midland, TX
				15505 (MSN 11793) shot down in Laos Mar 20, 1971. Entire crew was
					rescued, helicopter not recovered.
				15510 (MSN 11798) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15514 (MSN 11802, 57th Med Det) crashed into mountain in SVN Oct 13, 1971. 5 KIA.
				15531 (MSN 11819) 681st Med Co (AA) IN NG) crashed 8 mi From Camp Atterbury, Indiana Mar 1, 1997
				15532 (MSN 11820) to AMARC as XA0657 Aug 3, 2000.  Registered N81110 May 16, 2006.
					Registration cancelled Aug 19, 2008 as "destroyed"
				15544 (MSN 11832) to Cambodian AF in 1973/74.  W/o NOv 25, 1969
				15550 (MSN 11838) to AMARC as XA0607 Feb 8, 2000.
				15570/15573 (MSN 11858/11861) to Turkish Army
				15576 (MSN 11864) noted Sep 2005 at China Aviation Museum, Datang Shan, PRC,
					painted as 95690.
				15578 (EH-1H MSN 11866). Registration N51775 reserved Mar 6, 2003.  Registration 
					N51775 taken up Apr 7, 2003
				15579 (MSN 11867) to AMARC as XA0614 Feb 16, 2000.
				15580 (MSN 11868) to AMARC as XA0616 Feb 22, 2000.  Registered N7115S
					Sep 8, 2005
				15582 (MSN 11870) to AMARC as XA0635 Mar 27, 2000.  Registered N9233Y
					Aug 12, 2005
				15583 (MSN 11871) became N92144.  Registration cancelled by FAA Feb 20, 2009
					as "destroyed"
				15585 (MSN 11873) to AMARC as XA0623 Mar 14, 2000.  Returned to service.
					Registered N8053M Jul 16, 2003.  Registration N205FW reserved
					Apr 10, 2008, taken up Jun 23, 2008
				15586 (MSN 11874) to AMARC as XA0654 Jul 24, 2000.  Returned to service.
					Registered N8054V Jul 16, 2003.  Registration N8054V cancelled Oct 23, 2003 on sale 
					to owner in Australia as VH-LUE
				15592 (MSN 11880) operating in Feb 2006 with Multinational Force and
					Observers Air Wing in patrolling Israel/Egypt border.
				15593 (MSN 11881) at Perinton, NY Jul 2007.  To VFW Post #8495, Fairport, NY
				15595 (MSN 11883) to Argentine Army as AE-402
				15596 (MSN 11884) to Argentine Army as AE-403
				15598 (MSN 11886) at Russell Aviation Museum, Russell, IL
				15601 (MSN 11889) to Domincan Republic AF as 3034 in 1998
				15602 (MSN 11890) to AMARC as XA0637 Apr 25, 2000.  Registered N7104Q
					Sep 8, 2005.  Registration N703PH reserved May 28, 2009, taken up Jun 15, 2009
				15603 at Temple/Draughton Miller RAP, TX Jan 2008.
				15604 (UH-1H, MSN 11892) to AMARC as XA0624 Mar 14, 2000.  Registration N3061A assigned Apr 2002.
					Registration N3061A cancelled Sep 23, 2003 on sale to owner in New Zealand as 
					ZK-HZX.  Registered Dec 22, 2003 to Lakeland Helicopters of Rotorua, New Zealand as ZK-HZX
				15607 (MSN 11895) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15610 (MSN 11898) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15611 (MSN 11899) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
				15616 (MSN 11904) to AMARC as XA0644 May 22, 2000.
				15617 (MSN 11905) converted to JUH-21H Hind D Surrogate.  To AMARC as XA0613 Feb 16, 2000.
					Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
				15619 (MSN 11908) shot down by two SA-7 SAM at Thach Han River near Quang Tri, SVN Jan 8, 1973. 4 crew and 
					2 passengers KIA.
				15624 (MSN 11912) to Honduras as FAH 945.
				15625 (MSN 11913) stored at Camp Robinson, AK Aug 2002.  Noted during March 
					2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15627 (MSN 11915) to Philippine AF.  Suffered engine failure Mar 6, 2004 and force landed
					in cornfield between Lanao del Sur and Lanao del Norte.  Substantial
					damage but five occupants suffered only minor injuries.
				15636 (UH-1V, MSN 11924) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
				15641 at Temple/Draughton Miller RAP, TX Jan 2008.
				15645 (MSN 11933) to Turkish AF.  WFU 2004. On display at Cigli AB, Izmir in Jun 2011
				15648 (MSN 11936) to Turkish AF
				15650/15654 (MSN 11938/11942) to RNZAF as NZ3810 to NZ3814
					15650 to RNZAF as NZ3810.  Crashed near Kaipara Harbour Apr 27, 1972.
					15652 to RNZAF as NZ3812.  Operated in East Timor on behalf of UN with code UNO-074.
					16563 to RNZAF as NZ3813.  Crashed into Ngamates Swamp, near Waiouro Mar 31, 1995.
				15660 (MSN 11948) to VFW Post #9439, Casper, Wyoming
				15664 (MSN 11952, 128th AHC) shot down near Snuol, Cambodia Mar 17, 1971. 3 MIA, 1 POW.
				15671 (MSN 11959) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.  At Ozark, Blackwell Field, AL Apr 2007.
				15677 (MSN 11965) registered N198AW Jul 16, 2008
				15679 (MSN 11967) crashed near islet of Evreos in Saronic Gulf of Aegean Sea Nov 7 1990.
				15680 (MSN 11968) registration N41109 reserved Dec 1994.
				15683 (MSN 11971) converted to UH-1V. To AMARC as XA0658 Aug 7, 2000.  Registered
					N8111V May 16, 2006
				15684 converted to EH-1H *Left Bank* electronic surveillance aircraft.  (11th GS) shot down by AAA in 
					Cambodia Mar 1, 1971. 4 KIA.
				15689 (MSN 11977) to AMARC as XA0618 Feb 22, 2000.
				15690 (MSN 11978) went to South Vietnam AF as 95690, subsequently
					to Vietnam AF as 576.  Flown by defector to China Sep 30, 1981
					and believed to be the helicopter at Beijing Museum painted
					as 95690.
				15693 (UH-1H, MSN 11981) noted stored at Knox AHP Mar 2002. To VFW Post #8433, Cairo, Georgia
				15703 (MSN 11991) to AMARC as XA0675 Sept 18, 2000.  Registered N382EF May 26, 2009
				15704 (MSN 11992, 227th AVN/A Coy) shot down in SVN May 25, 1971. 5 onboard killed.
				15708 at Temple/Draughton Miller RAP, TX Jan 2008.  Donated in 2002 to Naval Air Museum Barbers Point.  
					Flew with 120th AHC in Vietnam.  Damaged in Vietnam when suffered geabox failure when autorotated down,
					repaired.  Back to Vietnam, then to Germany, Alaska then to 25th ID, then to Hawaii Army NG.
				15710 (MSN 11998) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15713 (MSN 12001) to civil registry as N493DF
				15715 (MSN 12003, 57th AHC) shot down by ground fire and crashed in a small island on Dak Poko River in 
					SVN Apr 24, 1972. 7 KIA.
				15716 (MSN 12004) registered to Procuradoria de la Republica as XC-BBG
				15717 (MSN 12005) to Royal Thai Army Aviation.  W/o after wire strike in Songkhla Province, Thailand Sep 9, 2013.
				15719 (MSN 12007) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15720 (MSN 12008) to Turkish AF.  Noted May 2005 on display at Ankara Air Force Museum, Etimesgut, Turkey.
				15721 (MSN 12009) to Turkish AF
				15722 (MSN 12010) to Turkish AF
				15723 (MSN 12011) to Turkish Army
				15724 (MSN 12012) to Turkish AF.  to Turkish AF Museum, Istanbul
				15725/15728 (MSN 12013/12016) to Turkish Army.
				15729 (MSN 12017) to AMARC as XA0643 May 22, 2000.  Registered N9247H
					Aug 12, 2005
				15732 (MSN 12020) to Cambodian AF as 732 in 1970.
				15746 hulk at Don Muang, Thailand Jan 2010l
				15753 (MSN 12041) on display at War Remnants Museum, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
				15754 (MSN 12042, UH-1H) to Argengine Army 3/9/2001.
				15757 (MSN 12045) with boom from 74-22515 noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Believedto
					have gone to Philippine AF withe serial 757.  A UH-1 with this
					serial crashed and rolled over on takeoff from site at Sitio Mayana
					during training mission Jan 26, 2008.  All 9 occupants
					survived with minor injuries.
				15758 (MSN 12046) in 2009 was at Metro Tech Aviation Career Campus, Oklahoma City, OK
				15766 (MSN 12054) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
				15794/15796 (MSN 12082/12084) to Turkish Army
					15796 (MSN 12084) to Turkish Army as 10473.
				15799 (MSN 12087) noted with Turkish AF May 2011.
				15814 (UH-1V, MSN 12102) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
				15818 (MSN 12106) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15822 (MSN 12110) to Uruguay as FAU-050
				15827 (MSN 12115) to Uruguay as FAU-051
				15836 (MSN 12124) on display at entrance to Yuma Proving Ground, AZ.
				15839 (MSN 12127) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15840 (MSN 12128, UH-1H) to Argentine Army 3/9/2001.
				15841 (MSN 12129) to AMARC as XA0652 Jul 19, 2000.  Registered N42307 Jan 14, 2005
					Registration cancelled on transfer to Lebanese AF Dec 19, 2012
				15843 (MSN 12131) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15845 (MSN 12133) stored at Camp Robinson, AR Aug 2002.  Noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
				15846 (MSN 12134) to Dominican Republic AF as 3031 in 1998
				15848 (UH-1V) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.  Registered N128FC Mar 2002.
				15851 (MSN 12139) noted Aug 2003 at Defense Supply Center, Richmond, VA
				15852 (UH-1V, MSN 12140) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
				15853 (MSN 12141) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
				15857 (MSN 12145) in midair collision woth 66-16543 near Little Falls, MN Mar 13, 1993.
				15859 (MSN 12147) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Noted Mar 2006 stored at Panama City AP, FL
				15861 (UH-1V, MSN 12149) with boom from 68-16390, noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
				15862 (UH-1V, MSN 12150) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
				15867 (MSN 12155), with boom from 74-22374, noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
				15869 (MSN 12157) in service with Greek AF as ES615
				15882 (MSN 12170) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
				15903 (UH-1H) to Argengine Army 3/9/2001.
				15910 (MSN 12198) to AMARC as XA0617 Feb 22, 2000.
				15911 (MSN 12199) current as N3276T
				15913 (MSN 12201) with 1267 MED (MO ARNG) crashed in densely wooded area S of Cleveland, TX.  Aicraft
					flew into trees when pilot apparently became disoriented.
				15914 (UH-1V, MSN 12202) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX,  Still there Mar 2005.
				15915 (MSN 12203) to AMARC as XA0632 Mar 23, 2000.  Sold to Chile Nov 2004.
					Maybe did not go, as registration N42337 reserved Dec 1, 2004,
					taken up Feb 15, 2005.
				15916 (MSN 12204) to American Legion Post #247, Chisholm, MN
				15917 (UH-1V, MSN 12205) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
				15918 (MSN 12206) 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 N348SD Feb 8, 2008.  Later to Colombian
					Army as EJC-424.  Current with Policia Nacional de Colombia as UH-1h_II Iroquois PNC-0745.
				15919 (MSN 12207) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15921 (MSN 12209) to AMARC as XA0684 Oct 23, 2000.
				15923 (MSN 12213) in RNZAF Museum, Christchurch, NZ painted in RNZAF colors.
					It is marked in the nonexistent serial of NZ3800 and never served
					with the RNZAF
				15924 (MSN 12214) noted during March 2005 in storage (minus boom) 
					at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15925 crashed at Opt, AL Apr 16, 1984.  Three occupants killed.
				15926 (MSN 12216) noted during March 2005 in storage (minus boom) 
					at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				15928 (UH-1V, MSN 12216) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005
				15929 (UH-1V, MSN 12217) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
					Noted Mar 2006 stored at Panama City AP, FL.  To Philippine AF Nov 2010
				15931 (MSN 12219) registered N348DM Jul 17, 2008
				15933 (MSN 12221) to Argentine Navy as 0873/3-H-301 Nov 2000
				15935 (MSN 12223) to Argentine Navy as 0875/3-H-304 Dec 2000
				15937 (MSN 12225) noted May 2010 on display at the Armed Forces Museum, Camp Shelby, Mississippi
				15938 (MSN 12226) to AMARC as XA0660 Aug 11, 2000.
				15939 (MSN 12227) to Defense Construction Supply Center, Columbus, Ohio
				15940 (UH-1V, MSN 12228) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
					Noted Mar 2006 stored at Panama City AP, FL
				15945 (MSN 12233) in service with Greek AF as ES626
				15946 (MSN 12234, UH-1V) noted at Fort Drum, NY May 21, 2001 as part of an
					assault course.
				15952 (MSN 12240) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
				15957 (MSN 12245, UH-1H) on display at Texas Air Museum, Caprock Chapter, Slaton, TX.
					Allocated civilian registration of N4074K June 2001.
69-15960/16075		Hughes OH-6A Cayuse
				Hughes Model 369A Series III.  MSN 1330/1445
				15960 (MSN 1330)
				15961 (MSN 1331) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Aug 1970-Feb 1971
				15962 (MSN 1332) assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Mar 1970
					Assigned to 166th Transportation Company Apr 1970
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns May 1970-Jul 1970
					Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Aug 1970
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Aviation Battalion, 4th Infantry Division Gambler Guns Sep 1970
					Assigned to B Company, 15th Transportation Company Oct 1970
					Assigned to D Company, 227th Aviation Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Guns Nov 1970-Jan 1971
					Shot down Jan 22, 1971, South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed
				15963 (MSN 1333) assigned to the Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment.  Shot down by ground fire N of 
					Phu Loi, Binh Duong Provincein SVN Dec 19, 1970. 2 KIA.
				15964 (MSN 1334) assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, 1972
				15965 (MSN 1335) assigned to 605th Transportation Company.
					Destroyed May 3, 1970, South Vietnam [presumably during the Vietcong attack on LZ Betty]
				15966 (MSN 1336) assigned to A Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Mar 1970
					Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Apr 1970-Jan 1972
					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
				15967 (MSN 1337) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Accident Mar 14, 1971 South Vietnam
				15968 (MSN 1338)  assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1970-Jan 1971
					Combat damage Jan 29, 1971 South Vietnam by an exploding weapon and crashed.
				15969 (MSN 1339)
				15970 (MSN 1340)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Silver Spurs.
					Assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts
					Accident Aug 7, 1970 South Vietnam
				15971 (MSN 1341) Assigned to H Troop, 17th Cavalry Regiment Aug 1972-Jan 1973
					Donated to the March Field Museum, CA on March 5, 2001 by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department
				15972 (MSN 1342) assigned to F Troop, 9th Cavalry Armored Division.
					Shot down Sep 7, 1972, Bien Hoa Province, RVN. The aircraft was shot down on a pink team mission scramble.
				15973 (MSN 1343) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Feb 1971
					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
				15974 (MSN 1344) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Mar 1970-Sep 1970.
					Combat damage May 1, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed.
					Shot down Sep 4, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed by friendly forces
				15975 (MSN 1345) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Apr 1970-Sep 1970
					Shot down Sep 6, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire, force landed and destroyed by friendly forces
				15976 (MSN 1346)  assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.
					Accident Jan 23, 1971 South Vietnam
				15977 (MSN 1347) assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support). 
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Sep 1970-Dec 1970.
					Accident Dec 16, 1970 South Vietnam.  Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1970
					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 N5184C as an OH-6 to United States Border Patrol Immigration and Naturalization Service, El Paso, TX, 
						Aug 12, 1992; cancelled Oct 21, 1996 
					On May 2, 1996 the aircraft collided with the terrain near Yuma, Arizona
				15978 (MSN 1348)
				15979 (MSN 1349) loadmaster training aircraft at Hurlburt Field.  Noted outside one of the Special Operations 
					Group buildings at RAF Mildenhall, UK, as a ground instructional aircraft [Oct 2012]
				15980 (MSN 101350) registered N6188C to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, May 19, 1993, 
					later to Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
					Current registered to Bravo Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu 
				15981 (MSN 1351) Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders May 1970-Jun 1970
					Combat damage May 14, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed.
					Accident Jun 24, 1970 South Vietnam
				15982. (MSN 1352)  assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock May 1970-Nov 1970.
					Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jan 1972-Feb 1972
				15983 (MSN 1353)
				15984 (MSN 1354) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) 
					Flying Circus Apr 1970-May 1970.  Accident Jun 25, 1970 South Vietnam
				15985 (MSN 101355) registered N345JL Oct 21, 1993. Reregistered Jun 12, 2006
					Registered N805LA Jun 12, 2006. Current registered to Jim’s Air Repair, Port Vila, Vanuatu
				15986 (MSN 1356) registered N986SD to Wood County Sheriff’s Department, Parkersburg, WV, Jun 7, 1996; current
				15987 (MSN 1357)  assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.
					Combat damage 19Oct70 South Vietnam and force landed.  Assigned to US Army National Guard 
					Registered N61865 to United States Border Patrol Immigration and Naturalization Service, El Paso, TX, 
						May 19, 1993; cancelled Oct 31, 2013
					On October 20, 1995 the aircraft sustained substantial damage during a hard landing from an autorotation 
						near Imperial, California
				15988 (MSN 1358)  bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Oct 1971-Jun 1972
					Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment
					Registered N306SD to the Harrison County Sheriff Department, Marshall, TX, Mar 17, 1997; sale reported 
						Jan 13, 2011, cancelled Aug 22, 2013
				15989 (MSN 1359) assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division 
					(Airmobile) Flying Circus May 1970-Feb 1971.  Assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Aug 27, 1971 South Vietnam
				15990 (MSN 1360) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry, 1st Cavalry Division.	Named Zit 
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York
					Registered N6186Y to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, May 19, 1993, later to 
						Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. [was used only as a source of spares]
					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 10, 2011; current [was used only as a source of spares]
					On long term loan to the Motts Military Museum, Groveport, Ohio. Dedicated May 19, 2012.
				15991 (MSN 1361) assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Apr 8, 1971 South Vietnam
				15992 (MSN 1362)  combat damage Jul 11, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire and force landed.
					Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division May 1970-Dec 1970
					Shot down Dec 29, 1970 South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed.
				15993 (MSN 1363)  assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Jun 1970-Aug 1970.
					Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Sep 1970-Nov 1970.
					Accident Nov 2, 1970 Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. 
				15994 (MSN 1364)  Assigned to Division Artillery, 23rd Infantry Division Jun 1970-Oct 1971.
					Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Jan 1972-Jul 1972.
					Accident Jan 23, 1972 South Vietnam.   Aircraft was recovered and repaired
					Accident Jun 8, 1972 South Vietnam.
				15995 (MSN 1365)  Assigned to B Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment
					Accident Dec 2, 1971 South Vietnam.
					Registered N10TP to City of Tampa Police Department, Tampa, FL, Feb 23, 1998; sale reported May 4, 2011 
						to Hagatna, Guam, cancelled Mar 25, 2013
				15996 (MSN 1366)  assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Mar 26, 1971 South Vietnam.
				15997 (MSN 1367)  assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords May 1970-Oct 1971
					Registered N59HC to Hernando County Sheriff’s Office, Brooksville, FL, Jul 13, 1998; sale reported Sep 14, 2004, 
					cancelled Aug 23, 2013
				15998 (MSN 1368)  to AMARC Dec 21, 1978; departed Jun 24, 1981 to Felker AAF, Fort Eustis, VA
				15999 (MSN 1369)  modified as JOH-6A.
					Registered N53BN to the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics, Jackson, MS, Nov 30, 1994. Current
				16000 (MSN 1370)  assigned to B Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse.
					Accident Nov 18, 1971 South Vietnam.
				16001 (MSN 1371) assigned to 608th Transportation Company May 1970.
					Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company Hillclimber Jun 1970
					Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 12th Combat Aviation Group Jul 1970-Nov 1970
					Assigned to 5th Aviation Detachment Outcast Dec 1970-Feb 1971
					Assigned to 5th Aviation Detachment Outcast May 1971-Jun 1971
					Assigned to Aviation Training Team, Vietnam Jul 1971-Feb 1972
					Loaned to West Point Flying Club, NY, Oct 1972-Nov 1972
					Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar 1974
					Registration N40864 ntu
					Registered N690PD to Kansas City Police Department, Kansas City, MO, Nov 7, 1994; reregistered Jun 22, 2012
					Registered N330AB to Kansas City Police Department, Kansas City, MO, Jun 22, 2012. Registered to Monroe 
						County Sheriff’s Office, Monroe, MI, Sep 3, 2013; current
				16002 (MSN 1372) Registered N61869 to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, May 19, 1993; 
					cancelled Feb 16, 2005.
					On April 20, 2000 the aircraft, operated by the Department of Justice, U.S. Border Patrol Air Operations, 
						experienced an in-flight control system failure while maneuvering southwest of Green Valley, Arizona. 
					The helicopter crashed in rough terrain and was substantially damaged. 
				16003 (MSN 1373)assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division.  Named For God Country & Body Count
					Accident May 1, 1972 South Vietnam.
				16004 (MSN 201374)  assigned to A Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1972-Mar 1972
					Registered N74SP to West Virginia State Police, Dunbar, WV, Jun 3, 1995; reregistered Feb 2, 2006
					Registered N369HW Feb 2, 2006; current. [Initially registered with c/n 201347 – sic]
					On April 2, 2013 the aircraft was substantially damaged during a hard landing on private property in Darby, Montana.
				16005 (MSN 1375)
				16006 (MSN 301376) assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1970-Sep 1970
					Accident Sep 19, 1970 Kontum, Kontum Province, South Vietnam.   Assigned to US Army National Guard – North Dakota
					Registered N6187Y to United States Border Patrol Immigration and Naturalization Service, El Paso, TX, 
						May 19, 1993; cancelled Mar 24, 1994.  Registered N259BK Oct 21, 1993; current
				16007 (MSN 1377) assigned to H Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Oct 30, 1971 South Vietnam
				16008 (MSN 301378) registered N145EW Oct 21, 1993; sale reported Oct 1, 2009, cancelled Jan 30, 2013
					Stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2009]
				16009 (MSN 1379) Assigned to 608th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
					Assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jun 1970-Jul 1970.
					Shot down by small arms fire in Pleiku Province, SVN Jul 20, 1970. 2 KIA.
				16010 (MSN 1380) assigned to 166th Transportation Company May 1970.
					Assigned to B Troop, 25th Aviation Battalion, 25th Infantry Division Diamond Heads Jun 1970-Sep 1970.
					Assigned to C Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry 
					Shot down Jan 5, 1971 South Vietnam, crashed and destroyed
				16011 (MSN 1381) Assigned to 608th Transportation Company, South Vietnam May 1970.
					Assigned to HHC 3rd Battalion 25th Infantry, South Vietnam Jun 1970-Jul 1970
					Combat damage Aug 17, 1970 when the aircraft was shot at by small arms and damaged the structure and fuel system
					Assigned to 20th Transportation Company, South Vietnam Aug 1970
					Bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City Oct 1970-Feb 1971
					Assigned to Directorate for Maintenance, Sharpe Army Depot Mar 1971-Jun 1971
					Assigned to 108th Division Training, Army Reserves, Charlotte Jul 1971-Sep 1971
					Bailed to Bell Helicopters, Fort Worth Oct 1971-Nov 1971
					Loaned to the Fort Sill Flying Club, Fort Sill Feb 1972-Jul 1972
					Transferred to US Army National Guard Sep 1972-Dec 1975
					Registered N387RF Oct 21, 1993; cancelled Dec 24, 2008 on export to United Kingdom
					Sold by Helicopteros Marinos S. A. to Argentine Army Sep 21, 2007 as AE-459.
					Registered G-OHGA Jan 5, 2009 to MSS Holdings Ltd of Kirkham; current
				16012 (MSN 1382) assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.
					Accident Jul 18, 1971 South Vietnam
				16013 (MSN 1383)  assigned to F Troop, 8th Cavalry Armored Division.
					Accident Sep 17, 1972 South Vietnam.
				16014 (MSN 1384) registered N53HC to Hernando County Sheriff’s Office, Brooksville, FL, Dec 15, 1997; current
				16015 (MSN 301385) 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 N51841 to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Aug 12, 1992.
					Registration N51841 cancelled Jul 8, 2008 as "destroyed"
				16016 (MSN 1386) assigned to A Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Apr 15, 1971 South Vietnam
					Assigned to US Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team Silver Eagles, Fort Rucker, AL, 1972
				16017 (MSN 1387) assigned to D Company, 229th Aviation Regiment.
					Accident Mar 27, 1972 South Vietnam
				16018 (MSN 1388) modified as EH-6B in 1982 for SIGINT (Signal Intelligence) and other electronic surveillance 
					activities in support of Special Forces.
					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
				16019 (MSN 301389) assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Regiment 
					Assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment
					Accident Oct 25, 1972 South Vietnam. While conducting a low level reconnaissance, the pilot’s 
						attention was diverted outside the aircraft to such an extent that he allowed the aircraft to fly 
						into the top of a tree, resulting in damage to the aircraft.  
					Registration N888DX  assigned Sep 9, 2004; ntu, cancelled Jun 18, 2011
				16020 (MSN 1390) bailed to Hughes Aircraft, Culver City, CA May 1970-Jun 1970.
					Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Nov 1970-Sep 1971
					Accident Feb 13, 1971 South Vietnam.   Accident Sep 16, 1971 South Vietnam
				16021 (MSN 1391) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Sep 17, 1970 South Vietnam
				16022 (MSN 1392)
				16023 (MSN 1393) assigned to B Company, 123rd Aviation Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division Warlords Jul 1970-Oct 1970. 
					Crashed after midair collision with UH-1H 66-16617 SW of Chu Lai, SVN Oct 20, 
					1970. 1 killed, 2 survived, but all 6 on UH-1H killed.
				16024 (MSN 1394, 9th Cav, 1st Sqn, C Troop) crashed due faulty maintenance in SVN Dec 24, 1970. 1 KIA, 2 injured.
				16025 (MSN 1395) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Aug 5, 1971 South Vietnam
				16026 (MSN 401396) registered N74LC to the Lee County Sheriff’s Department, Fort Myers, FL May 16, 1997; 
					reregistered Mar 31, 2005.  Registered N4209G Mar 31, 2005; current
				16027 (MSN 1397)
				16028 (MSN 1398) last noted at Westover Air Reserve Base, Springfield, Massachusetts
				16029 (MSN 1399) assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Nov 6, 1970 South Vietnam
				16030 (MSN 1400) shot down by small arms fire and crashed in Song Tra Khuc River, Quant Ngai Province 
					SVN Jan 11, 1971. 1 KIA.
				16031 (MSN 1401) 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
				16032 (MSN 1402) assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division
					Accident Nov 17, 1971 South Vietnam
				16033 (MSN 1403) Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment 
					Shot down  Mar 30, 1971 South Vietnam by a RPG, crashed and destroyed
				16034 (MSN 1404) assigned to 11th Aviation Company (General Support), 1st Cavalry Regiment.
					Accident Aug 30, 1971 South Vietnam
				16035 (MSN 1405)registered N6187A 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, May 3, 2011; current, sale reported Feb 18, 2015 to Hagatna, Guam 
				16036 (MSN 1406) assigned to 163rd Aviation Company, 101st Airborne Division.
					Accident Mar 30, 1971 South Vietnam
				16037 (MSN 1407) assigned to 11th Brigade.  Accident Mar 8, 1971 South Vietnam
				16038 (MSN 1408) registered N6187Y to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, Apr 13, 1994; 
					cancelled Feb 16, 2005.  On April 13, 2000 the aircraft was substantially damaged during a hard landing 
					following a loss of engine power near El Paso, Texas. 
				16039 (MSN 1409)  assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalker.
					Accident Oct 7, 1981 when the aircraft hit an electrical tower and crashed into the Cumberland River, TN, 
					while leading a flight of 22 aircraft on a long range, night vision assault mission.
				16040 (MSN 1410) assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Shamrock Mar 1971-Apr 1971
					Transferred to US Navy as 696040.  Modified as TH-6B, MD Helicopters Model MD369H
					Assigned 1993 to US Navy Test Pilot School, Patuxent River, MD as TPS #40. SOC 2008.
				16041 (MSN 1411) transferred to US Navy as TH-6B.  Modified as TH-6B, MD Helicopters Model MD369H.
					Assigned to US Navy Test Pilot School, Patuxent River, MD as TPS #41. SOC 2008
					Made hard emergency landing at St Mary's County Fairground, MD Jun 13, 2006.  SOC Nov 27, 2006.
				16042 (MSN 1412) registered N42SD to Erie County Sheriff’s Office, Buffalo, NY, Dec 14, 1994. Current with private owner
					On May 29, 2002 the aircraft, operated by the Erie County Sheriff's Department, was substantially 
					damaged while landing at a private airstrip near Angola, New York. .
				16043 (MSN 1413) assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Armored Division.  Accident Jul 5, 1971 South Vietnam
				16044 (MSN 1414) Assigned to 610th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support).
					Assigned to A Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Nov 1970-Dec 1971
					Assigned to C Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1972
					Accident Jan 5, 1972 South Vietnam. The aircraft was recovered to An Son.
					Assigned to 604th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) 
					Transferred to US Navy as 696044.  Modified as TH-6B, MD Helicopters Model MD369H
					Assigned to US Navy Test Pilot School, Patuxent River, MD as TPS #43. SOC 2008
					Preserved and on display 2009 at US Navy Test Pilot School, Patuxent River, MD
				16045 (MSN 1415) assigned to F Troop, 4th Cavalry Regiment.
					Registered N505RC to Rabun County Sheriff’s Department, Clayton, GA, Jun 10, 1996. Registered to Brown 
						Helicopter Mar 2, 2009; cancelled 25Nov 25, 2014
					Stored at Brown Helicopters, Pensacola - Ferguson Field, FL [Feb 2909]
				16046 (MSN 501416) Registered N6188D to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, 13Apr 13, 1994; 
					later to Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC. 
					Registered to Bravo Air, Port Vila, Vanuatu; current
				16047 (MSN 1417) assigned to 610th Transportation Company Aug 1970-Nov 1970.
					Assigned to D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Division Dec 1970-May 1971
					Shot down May 22, 1971 South Vietnam by small arms fire, crashed and destroyed.
				16048 (MSN 1418) 	Registered N6186U to United States Border Patrol Air Operations, El Paso, TX, May 19, 1993; 
					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 10, 2011; current
				16049 (MSN 1419) assigned to H Troop, 10th Cavalry Regiment.
					Combat damage Jun 5, 1972 South Vietnam during a visual reconnaissance around Phu My-LZ Crystal by an 
						SA-7 missile. The tail boom was destroyed
				16050 (MSN 1420) assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry, 9th Infantry Division Light Horse Jan 1972-Jul 1972
				16051 (MSN 1421) assigned to B Troop, 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders.
					Combat damage Jan 21, 1972 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit by a RPG, there was an explosion 
					in the cockpit, a WP grenade went off in the aircraft. The aircraft went straight in from about 30 feet up.
				16052 (MSN 1422) assigned to A Troop, 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division Jan 1972-Feb 1972
					Modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
					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 N911TZ as a MH-6C to St Louis County Police Department, Clayton, MO, Mar 10, 2009. 
				16053 (MSN 1423)  modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the 
					Army's Special Forces.
					Modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
				16054 (MSN 1424) Modified as JOH-6A.  Assigned to US Army National Guard – Alabama
					Assigned to US Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity, Edwards Air Force Base, CA Aug 30, 1983-Sep 2, 1983
					Designated as JOH-6A to test a wire strike protection system developed by Bristol Aerospace Limited, Winnipeg, Canada
					Modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Mississippi, 1/131 Aviation Regiment
					Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
					Modified as MH-6C
					Registered N699PD as a MH-6C to Board of Police Commissioners, Kansas City, MO, Apr 24, 2009; reregistered May 16, 2012
					Registered N373SD as a MH-6C to Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, Florence, AZ, May 16, 2012; current
				16055 (MSN 1425) 
				16056 (MSN 1426) modified as AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
					Registered N258TH as an AH-6C to Corona Leasing, Camarillo, CA, Aug 24, 1994; cancelled Oct 3, 2000
				16057 (MSN 1427) 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 N51843 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, May 3, 2011; sale reported Feb 18, 2015 to Hagatna, Guam
				16058 (MSN 1428) 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
				16059 (MSN 1429) registered N56TP to City of Tampa Police Department, Tampa, FL, Nov 10, 1994; cancelled Jul 16, 2003
					On April 14, 2002 the aircraft, registered to and operated by the City of Tampa Police Department as a 		
					Public Use flight, experienced a loss of tail rotor effectiveness (LTE) and ditched into Tampa Bay near 
					MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Florida. The helicopter sustained substantial damage.
				16060 (MSN 701430) registered N158CM Oct 21, 1993; current  
				16061 (MSN 1431) transferred to US Navy as 696061.  Modified as TH-6B, MD Helicopters Model MD369H
					Assigned to US Navy Test Pilot School, Patuxent River, MD as TPS #45. SOC 2008
				16062 (MSN 1432) modified as MH-6B multi-mission (scout and light attack) helicopters for assignment to the 
					Army's Special Forces.
					Static displayed several years on a trailer at Sun 'n' Fun, Lakeland-Linder Municipal Airport, FL
					In 2006 was at Hillsborough County Veterans Memorial Park, US 301
				16063 (MSN 1433) assigned  to US Army Aviation Systems Test Activity, Edwards Air Force Base, California, 
					Oct 5, 1972 to Dec 5, 1972 for engineering flight tests relating to the jettison of external loads.
					To AMARC Dec 21, 1978; departed Jun 24, 1981 to Felker AAF, Fort Eustis, VA.
					Registered N353RH; cancelled
				16064 (MSN 1434)
				16065 (MSN 701435) Registered N553BK; cancelled.
					Registered N353RK Oct 21, 1993; cancelled May 30, 2013
				16066 (MSN 1436)
				16067 (MSN 1437, 9th Cav, 1st Sqn, B Troop) shot down by machine gun fire in Kampong Cham province, Cambodia 
					Feb 26, 1971. Both crew KIA.
				16068 (MSN 1438) registered N107BN to the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics, Jackson, MS, Jan 29, 1997. Current
				16069 (MSN 1439) assigned to C Troop, 16th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade Outcasts.
					Combat damage Dec 28, 1972, 26 km east of Ha Tien City, Kien Giang Province, RVN. 
				16070 (MSN 1440) assigned to 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division [Jan 1972]
				16071 (MSN 1441)
				16072 (MSN 1442) assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment 
					Accident Dec 18, 1970 South Vietnam
					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 AH-6C light attack helicopters for assignment to the Army's Special Forces.
					Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
					Crashed Feb 22, 1993 shortly after takeoff near Gallipolis, OH.
				16073 (MSN 1443) assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Mar 1971-Feb 1972.
					Accident Jan 18, 1972 South Vietnam. 
				16074 (MSN 1444) Assigned to C Troop, 3rd Squadron, 17th Air Cavalry Regiment Light Horse Mar 1971-May 1971
					Combat damage May 1, 1971 South Vietnam and force landed. Later recovered for repair
					Assigned to Air Cavalry Troop, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Blackhorse Jul 1971-Oct 1971
					Accident Oct 26, 1971 South Vietnam.   Loaned to Fort Sill Flying Club, OK, Feb 1972-Jul 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
				16075 (MSN 1445) assigned to D Company, 229th Aviation Regiment.
					Shot down Apr 1, 1972 Tay Ninh Province, RVN. The aircraft was hit by heavy ground fire, crashed and burned near Tay Ninh
69-16076/16079		Cancelled contract for Hughes OH-6A Cayuse
				Hughes Model 369A.  MSN 1446/1449
69-16080/16379		Bell OH-58A Kiowa
				MSN 40301/40600
				16081,16082,16096,16101,16111,16113,16115,
					16119,16121,16126,16132,16137,16142,16143,
					16145,16147,16148,16160,16162,16164,16165,
					16173,16176,16186,16189,16192,16194,
					16200/16202,16204,16206,16209,16213,16215,
					16220,16223,16225,16226,16232,16238,16241,
					16242,16244/16246,16248,16249,16260,16268,
					16274,16275,16277,16279,16288,16291,16298,
					16301,16312/16315,16320,16323,16326/16328,
					16330,16334,16338,16346,16347,16356,16357,
					16359,16362,16367,16369 converted to OH-58C(RG).
				16084,16094,16097,16106,16108,16110,16118,
					16127,16133,16135,16156,16166,16171,16178,
					16181,16208,16214,16236,16237,16139,16156,
					16158,16164,16197,16305,16352,16354,16360,
					16363,16365,16376 converted to OH-58C(FG).
				16103,16104,16114,16116,16138,16139,16150,
					16152,16163,16167,16169,16177,16182,16183,
					16193,16203,16211,16218,16222,16228,16243,
					16255,16263,16267,16269,16285,16309,
					16316/16318,16321,16322,16329,16332,16340,
					16348,16350,16351,16361,16368,16378
					remanufactured to OH-58D.
				16082 (MSN 40303) damaged at Cairns AAF, Fort Rucker, AL Aug 6, 2001 by contract employee whose tow truck
					actually rammed it while being brought back out after tropical storm Barry.
					Reported stored at Kenosha RAP, WI.  Registration N317TS reserved
					Apr 10, 2008, taken up Jun 3, 2008
				16088 (MSN 40309) recived on civil market as parts ship and never in flyable condition.  Stripped hulk for
					sale by GSA Auctions at Anne arundel County Police Dept, Millersville, MD Jun 20, 2014
				16091 (MSN 40312) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Feb 11, 1971.  Crew rescued.
				16092 (MSN 40313) became N59MH with Garlick Helicopters.  Lost engine power and crashed into
					field at Columbia, Me May 13, 2004.  Reportedly destroyed.
				16096 (MSN 40317) crashed Mar 31, 1992.
				16101 (MSN 40322) registered N909K Dec 20, 2005
				16112 (MSN 40333) at Krister Aviation and Space Museum, Amarillo, TX.  Noted recently at 
					English Field Air and Space Museum, Tradewind AP, Amarillo, TX.
					Reported 2007 to be at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				16113 (MSN 40334, OH-58C(RG)) crashed in Iraq Feb 18, 1991. Both crew killed.
				16117 (MSN 10338) to JOH-58A. registration N81025 reserved Jul 30, 2004 but NTU.  Registered
					N8734J Jan 26, 2005.
				16119 (MSN 40340) crashed Oct 28, 1992.  Believed to have been repaired.
				16120 (MSN 40341) became N831SD.  Reported suffered substantial
					damage at Cougar, WA Nov 6, 2007
				16122 (MSN 40343) registered N9004U Oct 19, 2005
				16123 (MSN 40344). Reported Fall 2003 at Augusta Air Museum, Augusta, KS.
				16125 (MSN 40346) became N941CS. Registration cancelled by FAA Sep 19, 2003 as 'destroyed'.  wreck for sale 
					by GSA Auctions at Charlotte County Sheriff Dept, Punta Gorda, FL, Aug 26, 2014 
				16127 (MSN 40348) to civil registry as N62236; registration N656HA reserved Jan 15, 2003,
					Registration N656HA taken up Apr 22, 2003
				16130 (MSN 40351) currently N234GC, registration N234FW reserved Feb 14, 2005, taken up May 12, 2005
				16131 (MSN 40352) converted to OH-58A+ and with Mississippi Army National Guard.
				16134 (MSN 40355) to GOH-58A
				16135 (MSN 40356, OH-58C) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
				16140 (MSN 40361) currently N237GC, registratin N237FW reserved Feb 14, 2005,
					taken up Apr 19, 2005.
				16141 (MSN 40362) wo Feb 27, 1991
				16153 (MSN 40374) on static display at MAPS Museum, Akron, Ohio
				16160 went to US Navy as 696160 and was w/o with NTPS Oct 20, 2008
				16166 stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Pasadena Police Dept, Pasadena, CA, May 5 2014 
				16170 (MSN 40391) to OH-58C.
				16171 (MSN 40392) to N9263N
				16176 (MSN 40397) registered N581JC Apr 18, 2005.
				16179 (MSN 40399) has civilian registration N4052D reserved	
				16189 (MSN 40409, OH-58C) equipped with floats overturned in water Aug 28, 2001, NAS Patuxent
					River.  Both pilots swam away.
				16194 at Pinal Airport, AZ Jan 2008
				16198 to civil registry as N9286U Apr 28, 1997. Crashed during crop dusting near Escalon, CA Feb 2, 2010. 
					Pilot seriously injured.
				16199 is RAID/homeland security aircraft with IN National Guard
				16160 is presumably the OH-58C of USNTPS that rolled over and was
					destroyed at NAS Patuxent River, MD Oct 20, 2008.  Both
					occupants unhurt.
				16208 at Pinal Airport, AZ Jan 2008
				16213 (MSN 40434) registration N92PD reserved Apr 12, 2007, taken
					up Jun 22, 2007.
				16219 (MSN 40440) became N503SN. April 2004 issue of 'Air Forces
					Monthly' reports it gone to Dominican Army as EN-1906	
				16224 (MSN 40445) w/o Sep 17, 1997.  User at time of loss was Mi NG/RAID. Aircraft noted dumped
					at Abrams MAP, MI September 1999
				16226 (MSN 40447) registration N20712 reserved Dec 21, 2006,
					taken up Feb 16, 2007
				16227 (MSN 40448) w/o May 19, 1981.
				16236 (MSN 40457) crashed Nov 8, 1993
				16237 (MSN 40458) to N6222Z, then to XB-GKU
				16239 (MSN 40460) to civil registry as N9263Y with Cedar Rapids, Iowa
					police department.  Reported May 1, 2007 to be up for auction.
				16240 (MSN 40461) written off on September 10, 1988 near Bad Mergentheim, Germany.
				16256 (MSN 40477) to civil registry as N63PH in 1995.
				16260 (MSN 40481) registration N117FT reserved Mar 1, 2007, taken
					up Apr 19, 2007.
				16264 (MSN 40485) became N69400.
				16271 (MSN 40492) noted Oct 2005 in Buckley AFB Base Collection, Denver, CO.  Noted on trailer at the Pueblo Weisbrod
					Aircraft Museum, Pueblo, Colorado in May 2014.
				16285 (MSN 40506)  to GOH-58D
				16293 (MSN 40514) civil registration N206FA allocated July 2001.
				16297 (MSN 40518) to civil registry as N700HP in 1996.  Registered to Kansas Highway Patrol
					Jun 2, 2006.  Salee reported Sep 20, 2013.  No longer registered, offered for
					salvage.  Offered for sale at auction Jan 30, 2015.  Re-advertised for sale by GSA Auctions at Bryan County
					Sheriff's Office, Durant, Oklahoma Apr 20, 2015.
				16301 (MSN 40522) registration N94548 reserved Nov 14, 2006, taken up Feb 26, 2007.
					Registration N362CC reserved Mar 22, 2007, taken up May 8, 2007.
					Registration N927SP reserved Dec 3, 2008, taken up Jan 23, 2009.
					While being operated by the Georgia State Patrol (GSP), was substantially damaged during a simulated forced landing at
					Jekyll Island, Ga helicopter landed "hard," and the main rotor struck the tailboom, severing the tail rotor driveshaft
				16303 (MSN 40524) assigned to 192nd Assault Helicopter Company.  Assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 
					7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Ruthless Riders Jan 1972-Feb 1972.
					Assigned to 201st Aviation Company (Corp) Red Barons Mar 1972-
					To N152PD wih Anne Arundel County Police Department Jul 29, 1996.  Removed from flight status
					Apr 9, 1999 and placed in parts reserve.  For sale as scrap by GSA Auctions at Anne Arundel County Police, Millersville, MD, Jun 20, 2014 
				16314 (MSN 40535) registration N930EC reserved Jun 19, 2006, taken up Sep 5, 2006 with Escambria Sheriff's Office,
					Pensacola, FL.  Registration expired Aug 15, 2007, cancelled Apr 24, 2013.  Offered for sale Sep 2014. 
					Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Indian River County Sheriff Dept, Vero Beach, FL Aug 18,  2014.
					Reoffered for sale by auction Jan 30, 2015.
				16319 (MSN 40540) registered N903SP to Georgia Department of Public Safety, Kennesaw, GA Jul 30, 1996, current.
					Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Dept of Public Safety, Atlanta, GA Aug 18 2014 
				16320 (MSN 40541) registered N9277X Mar 25, 2005.
				16322 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				16330 (MSN 40551) registratin N330TX reserved Aug 22, 2005, taken
					up Sep 21, 2005.
				16334 (MSN 40555) registration N580SD allocated Jul 21, 2004 for
					Monroe County Sheriff's Department, MI
				16338 (MSN 40559) on pole at Rasdorf-Grenzmuseum, Germany
				16354 (MSN 40575, OH-58C, 6th Cav) crashed 20 km W of Bisbee, AZ May 21, 1995. 2 killed.
				16356 (MSN 40577) registered N901LP Sep 15, 2006
				16357 (MSN 40578) registration N7514K reserved Aug 9, 2006,
					taken up Dec 12, 2006.
				16358 (MSN 40579, 8th Avn) crashed near Finthen, Germany Oct 25, 1983. 1 died of injuries, 2 injured.
				16365 (MSN 40586) w/o 11/18/1983.  Wreck at Florence, SC. Museum.
				16369 at Fort Hood Museum in 2009
				16373 (MSN 40594, GOH-58A) noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Hall, Fort Rucker, AL.  Seen Jan 2008 at Pinal Airport, AZ
69-16380/16391		Bell OH-13S Sioux
				MSN 3958/3969.  To Turkish Army
				16381 (MSN 3959) to Turkish Army as 10397.  On display at Askeri Muzesi, Istanbul, Turkey

69-16410/16447		Bell AH-1G-BF Cobra
				MSN 20842/20879.  Some AH-1Gs converted to AH-1Q prior to further upgrade to AH-1S.
				16410 (MSN 20842) converted to AH-1F
				16411 (MSN 20843) converted to AH-1F
				16412 (MSN 20844) converted to AH-1S
				16413 (MSN 20845) converted to AH-1S
				16414 (MSN 20846) 
				16415 (MSN 20847) converted to AH-1F.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
				16416 (MSN 20848) converted to AH-1F.  At March Field Museum Foundation, March AFB, California Feb 2006
				16417 (MSN 20849) converted to AH-1S
				16422 (MSN 20854) converted to AH-1F.  Noted withdrawn from use at Rochester International Apt,
					NY May 23, 2001.   Registered to USDA Forest Service Apr 24, 2003 as N109Z.
				16423 (MSN 20855) converted to AH-1F, then JAH-1F.
				16424 (MSN 20856) converted to AH-1F. 
				16425 (MSN 20857)
				16426 (MSN 20858) converted to AH-1F.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
				16427 (MSN 20859) converted to AH-1F.
				16428 (MSN 20860) converted to AH-1F.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
				16429 (MSN 20861) converted to AH-1F
				16430 (MSN 20862) converted to AH-1F.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
				16431 (MSN 20863) converted to AH-1F
				16432 (MSN 20864) converted to AH-1F
				16433 (MSN 20865) converted to AH-1F
				16434 (MSN 20866) converted to AH-1F, then to GAH-1F.  At Evergreen Aviation Museum, McMinnville, OR
				16435 (MSN 20867) converted to AH-1F.
				16436 (MSN 20868) converted to AH-1F.  noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
				16437 (MSN 20869) converted to AH-1S.  On display Apr 2006 at Aviation Hall of Fame of New Jersey, Teterboro, 
					New Jersey
				16438 (MSN 20870) th Cav, F Troop) the main rotor hub assembly separated inflight and crashed near 
					Quang Tri, SVN Mar 7, 1971. Both crew killed. 
				16439 (MSN 20871) converted to AH-1F.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
				16440 (MSN 20872) converted to AH-1F.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.  At Greater
					Hawkings Veterans Memorial Association, Hawkins, Texas in 2008.
				16441 (MSN 20873) converted to AH-1F.  On display Nov 2007 at VFW Post 9571, Ellsworth, Ohio
				16442 (MSN 20874) converted to AH-1F.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.  On display at 
					South Plainfield Monument Park, New Jersey.
				16443 (MSN 20875) converted to AH-1S
				16444 (MSN 20876) converted to AH-1S.  noted in scrapyard at Wampsville/Oneida, 
					NY May 2001.
				16445 (MSN 20877) converted to AH-1F.  Noted Jul 2002 at Royal Military College of Science, Shrivenham, Wiltshire, 
					England
				16446 (MSN 20878) converted to AH-1F, then to TAH-1F.  On display at VFW Post #1419, Hamburg, New York in Jun 2006.
				16447 (MSN 20879) 

69-16648/16649		Serial numbers not used
69-16650/16670		Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois
				MSN 12248/12268
				All sold to South Vietnam except 16652/16654,
				16656,16657,16663,16667.
				16653 (MSN 12251) to AMARC as XA0540 Oct 4, 1995.
				16657 (MSN 12255) to Argentine Navy as 0876/3-H-305 Dec 2000
				16663 became N205WA
69-16671/16679		Bell UH-1H-BF iroquois
				MSN 17017/17025
				sold to Taiwan
69-16680/16691		Serial numbers not used
69-16692/16732		Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois
				MSN 12269/12309
				16692/16694 sold to South Vietnam
				16696/16698 sold to South Vietnam
				16704 at Temple/Draughton Miller RAP, TX Jan 2008.
				16705/16710 sold to South Vietnam
				16711 (MSN 12288) to UH-1V.  Seen at Temple/Draughton Miller RAP, TX Jan 2008.
				16713 (MSN 12290) to EH-1H.
				16714 (MSN 12291) sold to South Vietnam
				16715 (MSN 12292) sold to Cambodia
				16716 (MSN 12293) to Cambodian AF in 1973.  To Thai AF, sold to Philippines
				16717 (MSN 12294) call sign “Charliehorse 25” shot down approximately 1815hrs(L) north of Highway 9, 2 miles 
					north of Khe Sanh, RVN Jan 20, 1972 [during rescue effort for USAF F-4E s.n. 67-0247 aircrew].  Two 
					UH-1H aircrew KIA at crash site, two subsequently died in hospital.  Four recovered UH-1H survivors 
					were WIA with burns and other injuries.shot down near Khe Sanh, SVN Jan 20, 1972.  One passenger killed, 
					remaining crew members/passengers rescued
				16718 (MSN 12295) sold to South Vietnam
				16719 (MSN 12296) to UH-1V.  Seen at Temple/Draughton Miller RAP, TX Jan 2008.
				16720 (MSN 12297) sold to South Vietnam
				16721 (MSN 12298) sold to South Vietnam
				16722 (MSN 12299) sold to Colombian AF as 230
				16723 (MSN 12300) in 2013 was on display at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, Horseheads, NY
				16724/16726 sold to South Vietnam
				16727 (MSN 12304) to UH-1V.  Seen at Temple/Draughton Miller RAP, TX Jan 2008.
				16728 (MSN 12305) to UH-1V 
				16729 (MSN 12306) noted during March 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				16730 (MSN 12307) noted Feb 2005 at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, AL.  Damaged beyond repair by
					Hurrican Ivan in Sept 2004.  Reported to be at VVA Chapter #701, Mobile, Alabama
				16732 (MSN 12309) sold to South Vietnam
69-16733/16996		Serial numbers not used
69-16997/17026		Grumman OV-1C Mohawk 
				All converted to OV-1D.
				16997 to Argentine Army as AE-039
				16998 (MSN 9D) noted summer 2002 at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL
				16999 crashed Ft Huchuca, AZ Feb 27, 1980
				17000,17010,17019 to JOV-1D
				17000 crashed NWC China Lake, CA Apr 5, 1979
				17001 used as range target in Korea.  Also reported as being 
					on static display at Camp Humphreys, Korea.  The plane may actually be 69-17022
					To South Korean AF
				17002 to Argentine Army as AE-038
				17003 crashed Meilbrueck, GE Oct 28, 1981.
				17004 acquired on unknown date by Mike Vande Voort Tech Incorporated, Council Bluffs Iowa 51503. 
					FAA issued registration number N101VD on October 27, 1999. FAA certified it airworthy on June 1, 2000. 
					used For Exhibition.
				17005 at Ivy Tech State College, Terre Haute, IN as N691VY.
					Registration N605HF reserved Feb 22, 2005, taken up
					Apr 14, 2005.  Now with Army Aviation Heritage
					Foundation, Hampton, GA.
				17006 to Argentine Army as AE-040
				17007 on static display at Gray Army Air Field, Fort
					Hood, TX.  I have this one as having been written
					off Mar 13, 1992.
				17008 to Argentine Army as AE-020
				17009 to Argentine Army as AE-029
				17011 to Argentine Army as AE-041.  Crashed Dec 18, 1995.
				17012 to Argentine Army as AE-033
				17013 crashed Hanau, GE Dec 6, 1973
				17014 crashed Baumholder, Ge Jul 13, 1973
				17015 crashed Hanau, GE Jan 22, 1974
				17016 to Argentine Army as AE-042
				17017 to South Korean AF
				17018 crashed Ft Rucker, AL Apr 22, 1974.
				17019 acquired on unknown date By Paul S. Pefley, Lake Worth Florida.  Aircraft Parked at Lantana Airport, Lantana, Florida. 
				17020 crashed on takeoff at Karachi, Pakistan Oct 10, 1983 during delivery flight to South Korea.
				17021 converted to EV-1E and loaned to Israeli AF as 4X-JRA-022.  Back to
					US Army.   Now flyable with American Wings Air Museum, MN.  
				17022 to South Korean AF.  On display at Camp Humphreys, Korea painted as 17001
				17024 to South Korean AF.  Destroyed in Korea Apr 1992.
				17025 crashed Marble Mtn, Vietnam Aug 12, 1972.
				17026 to Argentine Army as AE-036
				
69-17100/17126		Boeing-Vertol CH-47C Chinook
				MSN B.615/641
				17100 (B.615) crashed in Vietnam Sep 16, 1970
				17101 (B.616) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00256
				17102 (B.617) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24106
				17103 (B.618) to Air America Oct 1972.  Returned to US Army Jun 1974.  converted to GCH-47C.  Rebuilt as CH-47D 
					and reserialed 91-00259
				17104 (B.619) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23778
				17105 (B.620) crashed in Alaska Jul 12, 1979
				17106 (B.621) rebuilt as MH-47D and reserialed 89-00131
				17107 (B.622) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00196
				17108 (B.623) crashed in Hawaii Aug 5, 1976.
				17109 (B.624) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24124
				17110 (B.625) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00246
				17111 (B.626) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24328
				17112 (B.627) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24334
				17113 (B.628) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24175
				17114 (B.629) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00108
				17115 (B.630) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00223
				17116 (B.631) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00098
				17117 (B.632) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00197
				17118 (B.633) rebuilt as MH-47E and reserialed 92-00471 
				17119 shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Oct 31, 1972.  22 killed.
				17120 crashed in Vietnam Jul 21, 1971.  Crew survived but 12 ARVN soldiers were killed.
				17121 (B.636) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24340
				17122 (B.637) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00208
				17123 (B.638) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00109
				17124 (B.639) crashed in Germany Jul 15, 1977.  One killed
				17125 (B.640) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00020
				17126 (B.641) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24103
69-17127/17999		Serial numbers not used
69-18000/18013		Lockheed YO-3A-LM
				MSN 001/014.  Based on Schweizer SGS-2-32
				18000 (MSN 001) at Army Air Museum, Ft. Rucker, Alabama
				18001 (MSN 002) on loan to Hiller Aviation Museum, San Carlos, CA
				18002 (MSN 003) destroyed at Long Thanh, RVN ca 1970
				18003 (MSN 004) to civil registry as N52695 in 1973.  Registered N123LT Feb 14, 1977, current.
					In storage but refurbishment is planned
				18004 (MSN 005) crashed at Long Binh, SVN Jun 6, 1970.  To civilian registry as N33YQ to Museum of
					Flight Foundation, Tukwila, Washington.  In flyable storage at Skajit, WA.  Believed destined for museum.
				18005 (MSN 006) registered N64495 Feb 15, 1973 to Special School District of St Louis County, Missouri.
					Cancelled Feb 21, 2013.
				18006 (MSN 007) to Louisiana Dept of Wildlife and Fisheries as N14425 Oct 20, 1972, cancelled Jul 10, 1980.  Also used
					by FBI.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.  
				18007 (MSN 008) used by Louisiana Dept of Wildlife and Fisheries and FBI as N14426 Oct 20, 1972, cancelled
					Jul 14, 1980.  Now at Western Museum of Flight, Hawthorne CA.
				18008 (MSN 009) destroyed near Long Binh, SVN Jul 1971
				18009 crashed near Monterey, CA Jun 1970 and may not have been repaired.  More info, please.
					Parts may be at Heritage of Flight Museum, Lincoln, IL
				18010 (MSN 011) to NASA as N718NA.  Moved from Ames to Dryden in 1998 and reserialed
					N818NA Oct 6, 1977, current.  Moved back to Ames in 2005.  Offered for sale Oct 23, 2014.
				18011/18013 seem never have been built, since there are no records on them

69-18462/18484		Sikorsky CH-54B Tarhe
				Some references extend these to 18498, but numbers
					18485/18498 are usually listed as being in FY 1970, and usually don't go
					past 18490.
				18462 (MSN 64067) to N7028U, N197AC, I-CFAI
				18463 (MSN 64070) to civilian registry as N463KG.  Registration N720HT reserved Nov 2001.
					Reregistered N720HT from N463KG Mar 7, 2003
				18464 (MSN 64071) named "Sweet Home Alabama" Oct 1992 with Alabama ARNG.  Noted Mar 2004 at Southern Museum 
					of Flight, Birmingham IAP, Alabama
				18465 (MSN 64072) on display at New England Air Museum Bradley Airport, Connecticut
				18466 (MSN 64073) to civilian registry as N466KG.  Registration N721HT reserved Nov 2001,
					taken up Jul 8, 2004.
				18467 (MSN 64074) to civilian registry as N467KG, later N718HT
				18468 (MSN 64075) to civilian registry as N468KG.  Registration N222HT reserved Nov 2001.  
					Reportedly registered N722HT May 17, 2004 from N468KG.  
					Registered Jan 2009 to Aeromaster Airways SA of Quito as HC-CHG.
				18469 (MSN 64076) to civilian registry as N469KG.  Registration N723HT reserved Dec 2001 but
					ntu.  Registration N719HT reserved Jul 19, 2004, taken up Jan 11, 2005.
					Reported substantially damaged at Corvallis, OR Apr 7, 2009
				18470 (MSN 64077) to civilian registry as N470KG.  Re-registered N715HT Mar 2002.
				18471 (MSN 64078) to civilian registry as N471KG.  Became NN227AC.  Registered May 26, 2006
					to Corpo Forestale dello Stato of Rome as I-CFAJ
				18472 (MSN 64080) named “Ichabod” with Alaska ARNG in April 1992.  To civilian registry as N7094X, N641HP.  Sold to owner in 
					Italy Apr 2007.  Previous identities quoted as N70948 and
					N174AC. Registered Sep 7, 1007 to European Air Crasne SpA
					of Ciampino, Italy as I-CFAH
				18473 (MSN 64081) to civilian registry as N158AC, HL9260, N158AC.  Damaged
					in crash at Bintutu, Malaysia Feb 28, 2004.
				18474 (MSN 64082) w/o Jul 28, 1972
				18475 (MSN 64083) w/o Apr 6, 1976
				18476 (MSN 64084) to civilian registry as N159AC
				18477 (MSN 64085) to civilian registry as N165AC.  W/o Sep 1, 1994 at
					Libby, MT.
				18478 (MSN 64086) named "Goober" Oct 1992 with Alabama ARNG.   To civilian registry as N223AC.  Lost control 
					due mechanical failure and crashed 100 mi E of Bintutu, Malaysia Jun 1, 2003.
				18479 (MSN 64087) preserved Birmingham MAP, AL.
				18480 (MSN 64088) named "Pete's Dragon" Oct 1992 with Alabama ARNG.  To civilian registry as N213AC.  Sold to 
					Italian Corpo Forestale dello Stato of Ciampino as I-CFAG
				18481 (MSN 64089) to civilian registry as N236AC, I-CFAH.
					Crashed at Fiumicino IAP, Rome, Italy Jul 6, 2005.
				18482 (MSN 64090) to civilian registry as N171AC
				18483 (MSN 64091) Named “Rochester” with Alaska ARNG in April 1992.  To civilian registry as N179AC, C-GFAH, N197AC.
					Named "Elvis", used for firefighting in Australia
				18484 (MSN 64092) to civilian registry as N484KG, later N716HT
	
69-19590/19633		Bell OH-13S Sioux
				MSN 3970/4013
				19590/19614 (MSN 3970/3994) to Turkish Army
					19612 (MSN 3992) to US civil registry as N7763. Crashed during landing at Hayden, AL May 27, 2007. Pilot killed.

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