1971 USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised August 2, 2017


71-0001/0096		Cancelled contract for General Dynamics F-111D
71-0097/0168		Cancelled contract for General Dynamics FB-111A
71-0169/0178		McDonnell Douglas SLV-2J Thor missiles
				0169 (vehicle number 570) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch USAF satellite
					from Vandenberg AFB Oct 17, 1971.  Success
				0170 (vehicle number 571) used as first stage of Thor Agena D to launch CORONA  from
					Vandenberg AFB May 25, 1972.  Success
				0171 (vehicle number 572) used as first stage of Thor Delta M-6 DSV-3L #86 to launch
					ITOS B Oct 21, 1971.  Failed
				0172 (vehicle number 573) used as first stage of Thor Delta DSV-3L #88 to launch
					TD-1A from Vandenberg AFB Mar 11, 1972.
71-0179			McDonnell Douglas SLV-2H Thor missile
71-0180/0212		cancelled contract for Lockheed C-5A Galaxy
71-0213/0223		Lockheed C-130E Hercules
				sold to Iran as 5-122/5-132
				0214 (MSN 382-4386) to Imperial Iranian AF, reserialled 5-8512 in 1976.  Crashed due to mechanical failure 
					after takeoff and crashed into a 10-floor building at Tehran, Iran Dec 6, 2005. 94 on board and 12 on
					ground killed.
				0223 (MSN 4402) to Imperial Iranian AF Jan 1971 as 5-132, reserialled
					5-8520 in 1976.  Lost control in flight at Shiraz, Iran Jun 19, 1979.
71-0224/0247		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-48-MC Phantom
				0224/0236 to Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo IV
					0224 (MSN 4205) to IDFAF Mar 1972 as 150.  W/o Nov 30, 1975.
					0225 (MSN 4208) to IDFAF Mar 1972 as 151.  Crashed in Israel due to battle damage Oct 12, 1973
					0226 (MSN 4212) to IDFAF Mar 1972 as 101 and later 168.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 568.  WFU at Ovda AB Aug 2004.
					0227 (MSN 4213) to IDFAF Mar 1972 as 102 and later 170.  Burned up in fire training at Ovda AB May 2000
					0228 (MSN 4214) to IDFAF Apr 1972 as 103, 172, and 201.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 572.  WFU at Ovda AB, Aug 2004.
					0229 (MSN 4216) to IDFAF Apr 1972 as 106 and 174.  WFU at Ovid AB May 2000.
					0230 (MSN 4217) to IDFAF May 1972 as 175.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 575.  WFU at Ovda AB Aug 2004.
					0231 (MSN 4218) to IDFAF May 1972 as 176.  Crashed into Mediterranean sea after collision with a Nesher Oct 15, 1973.
					0232 (MSN 4219) to IDFAF Jun 1972 as 179.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 579
					0233 (MSN 4220) to IDFAF Jun 1972 as 181.  W/o
					0234 (MSN 4222) to IDFAF Jul 1972 as 184 and 605.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 584.  WFU at Ovda AB Aug 2004
					0235 (MSN 4223) to IDFAF Sep 1972 as 189, 247, 250, and 235.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 635 or shot down over Egypt
						in 1973.  Details?
					0236 (MSN 4224) to IDFAF Jul 1972 as 186 and 610.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 586.
				0237 (MSN 4225) to AMARC as FP644 Apr 4, 1991.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF295.  Seen flying at
					Dayton air show in 2007 and is now part of 82nd ATRS.   Expended in missile test at Tyndall AFB May 27, 2015. 
				0238 (MSN 4226) to AMARC as FP635 Mar 26, 1991.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF292.
				0239 (MSN 4228) to AMARC as FP669 May 9, 1991.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF275.
				0240 (MSN 4229) to AMARC as FP645 Apr 4, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0241 (MSN 4230) with 80th TFS, 3rd TFW crashed near Udorn AB, Thailand after collision with F-4E 67-0287 Dec 28, 1974.
				0242 (MSN 4231) with 3rd TFW crashed on takeoff from Clark AB, Philippines Aug 1, 1986.
				0243 (MSN 4232) to AMARC as FP595 Dec 18, 1990.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF334.
					Reported Aug 2008 with 82nd ATRS.
				0244 (MSN 4234) crashed in Thailand Jan 17, 1976  
				0245 (MSN 4235) with 3rd TFW w/o at Clark AB, Philippines Jan 30, 1991
				0246 (MSN 4236) to Israel Defense Force Air Force in Oct 1973 as 320 and 610, Nickel Grass
				0247 (MSN 4237) to AMARC Apr 1990.  To target at Holloman Range, New Mexico
71-0248/0252		McDonnell Douglas RF-4C-48-MC Phantom
				Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0248 (MSN 4209) to AMARC as FP891 Sep 9, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0249 (MSN 4215) currently preserved at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico
				0250 (MSN 4221) with 67th TRW crashed on Tonopah Test Range, Nevada Apr 16, 1981.
				0251 (MSN 4227) to AMARC as FP880 Jul 23, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0252 (MSN 4233) to AMARC as FP700 Jan 9, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
71-0253/0259		McDonnell Douglas RF-4C-49-MC Phantom
				Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0253 (MSN 4240) with 67th TRW crashed Nellis AFB, Nevada May 10, 1979.
				0254 (MSN 4245) to AMARC as FP800 Jan 9, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0255 (MSN 4250) to AMARC as FP808 Jan 23, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0256 (MSN 4255) with 363rd TRW crashed Jun 7, 1973
				0257 (MSN 4260) with 67th TRW, 45th TRS collidied in midair with F-4 68-0586 and crashed 6 mi SW of Gainesville, TX 
					Mar 5, 1974. Both crew ejected safely.
				0258 (MSN 4265) with 15th TRS, 18th TFW w/o at Osan AB, South Korea Oct 13, 1986
				0259 (MSN 4268) to AMARC as FP893 Sep 14, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008,
					but test flown there Oct 7, 2008 for intended conversion to QRF-4C drone
71-0260/0276		Northrop F-5A-55-NO Freedom Fighter
				MSN N.6530/6546
				0260/0262 (MSN N.6530/N.6532) to Ethiopia
				0263 (MSN N.6533) to Thailand AF as ser.no Kh18-16/17 code 1321, then
					10321.  Crashed Sep 19, 1981
				0264 (MSN N.6534) to Thailand AF as ser.no. Kh18-17/17 code 1333 then
					10333.  Crashed Jun 11, 1976
				0265 (MSN N.6535) to Thailand AF as ser.no. Kh18-18/17, code 1334, then
					10334, then 23134.  Crashed into mountain Mar 27, 1987
				0266/0267 (MSN N.6536/N.6537) to South Vietnam in 1971
				0268/0275 (MSN N.6538/N.6545) originally intended for Libya but
					embargoed and sent to South Vietnam in 1972 instead
					0271 captured and operated by VPAF 935th Fighter Regiment.  Now on display outside Miss Saigon
						Restaurant, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.  lter to Ho Chi Minh City Museum.
					0272 now at Ho Chi Minh Campain Museum, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
				0276 (MSN N.6546) one report says that it went Morocco as 10276,
					but another report says that it went to South Vietnam AF.
					Acquired by Thai AF in 1976 with serial 1295.  Stored at Don
					Muang for many years and reported moved to Thai AF Museum
					Nov 2008.
71-0277/0279		Northrop RF-5A-NO Freedom Fighter
				0277/0278 (MSN RF.1063/RF.1064) to South Korea
					0277 (MSN RF.1063) with ROKAF as 10-277 and in Oct 2011 noted preserved at Hanseo University Flight Education
						Center, Taean.
					0278 (MSN RF.1064) with ROKAF as 10-278 and currently preserved at Suwon Air Base.
				0279 (MSN RF.1065) to South Vietnam	
71-0280/0281		McDonnell Douglas F-15A-1-MC Eagle
				MSN A001/A002
				0280 MSN 0001/A001.  First flight Jul 28, 1972 at Edwards AFB, CA.  Used as the trials aircraft for flight envelope 
					exploration, general handling and external stores carriage tests.
					Assigned to the combined McDD/USAF F-15 Joint Test Force at Edwards AFB, Jul 1972 to Nov 1975
					Used by the Air Force Orientation Group at Gentile AFS (OH) between 1979 and Jun 1991 (marked ’85-114/EG’ on the 
					latter date).  Reported 2005 to be on display at Lackland AFB, TX painted as 85-0114.  Now at USAF History and 
					Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.  
				0281 MSN 0002/A002.  First flight Sep 26, 1972 at St Louis, MO. Used as the trials aircraft for the F-100 engine.
					Assigned to the combined McDD/USAF F-15 Joint Test Force at Edwards AFB
					Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, 17Dec75
					Used to test thermal protection tiles for the Space Shuttle.  Returned to USAF Oct 28, 1983
					To Langley AFB, Virginia for display Aug 12, 1983.
71-0282/0284		McDonnell Douglas F-15A-2-MC Eagle
				Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0282 MSN 0003/A003.  First flight Nov 4, 1972 at St Louis, MO.
					Used as the trials aircraft for the APG-63 radar and avionics; also for air speed trials
					Assigned to the combined McDD/USAF F-15 Joint Test Force at Edwards AFB, Jul73 to Nov77
					Assigned to the AFFSL (Air Force Flight Systems Laboratory), Aug77 to Dec77.To MASDC as FH0002 Dec 16, 1977.  
					Departed MASDC Aug 14, 1979 to the 2955th Combat Logistics
					Support Squadron at Robins AFB, GA for use as ground instruction aircraft.  Put on display at Robbins AFB, Georgia
					but not noted since 1986.
				0283 MSN 0004/A004. First flight Jan 13, 1973 at St Louis, MO.  Used as the structural test aircraft.
					Assigned to the combined McDD/USAF F-15 Joint Test Force at Edwards AFB, May 1973
					Bailed to McDonnell Douglas, later Boeing, as a test aircraft. WFU 1998
					Restoration at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, 1998.   Noted Aug 2003 preserved at Defense Supply Center, Richmond, Virginia
				0284 MSN 0005/A005.  First flight Mar 7, 1973 at St Louis, MO.
					Used as the trials aircraft for armament development and external fuel tank jettison testing
					Assigned to the combined McDD/USAF F-15 Joint Test Force at Edwards AFB, 1973 to Nov75
					WFU and redesignated GF-15A. GIA at Technical Training Center, Sheppard AFB, TX Apr77. Named "City of Iowa Park". 
					Last noted as a GIA Oct90. Noted on the dump Jul 1992
					To GIA at Goodfellow AFB, TX.  At Goodfellow AFB, TX.  First noted Apr 1995, last noted May 2008.
71-0285/0286		McDonnell Douglas F-15A-3-MC Eagle
				0285 MSN 0006/A006.  Used as the trials aircraft for the avionics and missile firing control system. Also used for 
					fighter control evaluation purposes.   Assigned to the combined McDD/USAF F-15 Joint Test Force at Edwards AFB, 1973 
					to Sep 1981.  Named ‘Killer’ and carried seven F-102 and twelve Firebee kills below the cockpit at the Edwards AFB 
					open house in October 1976.  Bailed to McDonnell Douglas, later Boeing, as a test aircraft Aug 1984 to Aug 1991.
					Preserved and on display at St Louis – Lambert Field, MO. Noted May 1999.
					Preserved and on display at USAF Personnel Recruiting Office, St. Louis, MO. Noted 2007
					By April 2010 the aircraft was pole-mounted as a radar target at the Boeing/McDonnell Douglas Research Facility 
					at Smartt Field, St Charles County AP, MO
				0286 MSN 0007/A007.  First flight Jun 14, 1973 at St Louis, MO.
					Used as the trials aircraft for armament development and external fuel stores testing
					Assigned to the combined McDD/USAF F-15 Joint Test Force at Edwards AFB, Sep 1973 to Nov 1980.
					WFU and redesignated GF-15A. GIA at Technical Training Center, Chanute AFB, Rantoul, IL Mar 1982 to Aug 1990. 
					Preserved and on display at the Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, Rantoul, IL from Apr 1994
					[The museum was scheduled to close on December 30th, 2015]. Plane moved to St Louis Science Center.
71-0287/0289		McDonnell Douglas F-15A-4-MC Eagle
				0287 MSN 0009/A008.  First flight Aug 25, 1973 at St Louis, MO.
					Used as the trials aircraft for spin recovery and angle of attack trials and fuel system testing
					Assigned to the combined McDD/USAF F-15 Joint Test Force at Edwards AFB, 1973 to Nov75
					Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, Jan 5, 1976 
					Registered as NASA 835.  Allocated civil registration N835NA in July 2001. 
					Used for research into the F100 EMD (Engine Model Derivative). 
					Used to test the Advanced Digital Engine Control System (ADECS).
					Used in the HIDEC program (Highly Integrated Digital Engine Controls). 
					Used to test the Self Repairing Flight Control System (SRFCS)
					Redesigned 1991 to be part of the Performance Seeking Control (PCS) program. The program main function 
					was to optimize engine performance and assure safe operation of the power plants through digital monitoring 
					of failures and digital control of the inlets, nozzles and flight control sections.
					Used as a Landing/Maneuvering Technology Demonstrator (L/MTD) for testing emerging technologies for 
					suitability to the USAF’s Advance Tactical Fighter program.
					Last noted in active use in May 1993, noted stored at Edwards AFB (CA) in October 2006.
				0288 MSN 0010/A009.  First flight Oct 20, 1973 at St Louis, MO.
					Used as the trials aircraft for integrated aircraft and engine performance
					Assigned to the combined McDD/USAF F-15 Joint Test Force at Edwards AFB, 1973 to Nov 1982
					Bailed to McDonnell Douglas, later Boeing, as a test aircraft Jan 1986 to Jan 1991.
				0289 MSN 0011/A010.  First flight Jan 16, 1974 at St Louis, MO
					Used as the trials aircraft for radar, avionics and tactical electronic warfare systems
					Assigned to the combined McDD/USAF F-15 Joint Test Force at Edwards AFB
					Assigned to 586th Flight Test Squadron, Holloman AFB, NM Oct97 to Aug00
71-0290			McDonnell Douglas F-15B-3-MC Eagle
				MSN 0008/B001.  Built as the TF-15A.  First flight Jul 7, 1973
					Assigned to the combined McDD/USAF F-15 Joint Test Force at Edwards AFB, Jul73 to Jun83. 
					Bailed Apr 1984 to McDonnell Douglas as a demonstrator and test aircraft
					On 1 October 1984, McDD became involved in the ‘Agile Eagle’ program, which culminated in a STOL MTD (Short Take 
					Off and Landing Maneuvering Technology Demonstrator) prototype. 71-0290 was fitted with canard wings, improved radar, 
					LANTIRN and a strengthened landing gear.  Following modifications the aircraft was redesignated NF-15B, and first flew 
					in this condition on 7 September 1988. At the end of the initial test program, thrust-vectoring nozzles were installed; 
					the first flight with these was made from St Louis on 16 May 1989. 71-0290 was
					moved to Edwards on 25 May. The program, and especially the thrust-vectoring part of it, was very successful and 
					ended on 12 August 1991, when the aircraft was retired and stored at the McDonnell Douglas factory in St Louis
					Assigned to NASA Jun 15, 1993.  Registered as NASA 837.  Registered N837NA Jul 23, 2001, cancelled Nov 17, 2011.
					Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, later as the Neil A Armstrong Flight Research Center
					Used for a program called ACTIVE (Advanced Control Technology for Integrated VEhicles): this was a NASA program which 
					involved an advanced thrust-vectoring nozzle, which could be used at supersonic speeds. The first flight for ACTIVE 
					with asymmetric nozzles was made in February 1996, and on 31 October thrust vectoring was used at a speed of Mach 1.95. 
					The next program for the aircraft to be involved in was that of the F-15 IFCS (Intelligent Flight Control System), which 
					lasted from 1999 to 2008. The IFCS allowed the aircraft to be safely controlled with various degrees of damage to the 
					airframe; sensor input allowed the aircraft’s computer to react to changing flight parameters.
					In December 2006, the aircraft started flying with the ‘Quiet Spike’, and was fitted with a giant pitot tube. This 
					was a study into the effects of supersonic shock waves.  Final flight with NASA Jan 30, 2009
71-0291			McDonnell Douglas F-15B-4-MC Eagle
				MSN 0012/B002.  Built as the TF-15A.  First flight Oct 18, 1973.
					Assigned to the combined McDD/USAF F-15 Joint Test Force at Edwards AFB, May74 to Apr75. The aircraft was used 
					for the development of the FAST pack (conformal fuel tanks).
					To Europe for a demonstration tour Sep74. Displayed at Farnborough Air Show Sep74
					Bailed Feb76 to McDonnell Douglas as a demonstrator and test aircraft
					Painted 1976 with special bicentennial markings involved in an extensive around-the-world sales tour, Sep76. 
					Displayed at Farnborough Air Show Sep76.  Redesignated Dec 1, 1977 as the F-15B 
					Converted 1979 to the Hughes/McDD private venture F-15E Strike Eagle prototype; a program that was initially 
					known as the F-15DRF (Duel Role Fighter). The aircraft was to be equipped with an APG-63 ground mapping radar, 
					a (partial) glass cockpit and FAST packs.  First flight Jul 8, 1980.
					To Europe for a demonstration tour Sep 1980. Displayed at Farnborough Air Show Sep 1980
					An official USAF program started in March 1981 and was known as the ETF (Enhanced Tactical Fighter), which was 
					to replace the F-111. This competition ended in a fly-off between the Strike Eagle and the F-16XL. The aircraft 
					was deployed to Edwards AFB to join the evaluation program; testing was also conducted from Eglin AFB. On 
					24 February 1984, the Strike Eagle was declared the winner of the competition.
					In the late 1980s, 71-0291 was involved in the integration of the LANTIRN pod and the F-15E weapons system. 
					In May 1991 the aircraft was inscribed ‘F-15RTD Peek Eagle’. This was a private McDD venture; the aircraft 
					was fitted and tested with a centerline pod with reconnaissance equipment and a data link.
					71-0291 was last noted in active service in June 1992, although the aircraft still was on Boeing charge in 
					May 1999. The airframe was noted in a compound on the corner of Marchbank Road and Macon, outside the Warner 
					Robins ALC, Robins AFB, GA in August 2001.  Used as a BDRT at Robins AFB.
					To the Alsalam Aircraft Co, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on 6 November 2002. It was possibly used for some time as a GIA 
					again but eventually restored and painted into RSAF markings for the RSAF museum at Riyadh. Marked with serial ‘1315’
					This aircraft has sported French cockades in 1976 during visit of some members of the Armee de l'Air.
71-0292/0335		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D-10-CV Corsair II
				MSN D.203/246.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0292 (MSN D-203) to AMARC as AE0012 Aug 21, 1990
				0293 (MSN D-204) to AMARC as AE0185 Jul 22, 1992
				0294 (MSN D-205) to AMARC as AE0194 Aug 19l 1992.
				0295 (MSN D-206) to AMARC as AE0207 Sep 15, 1992.   Front fuselage permanently munted on 
					a trailer.  Plane offered for auction on Ebay.
				0296 w/o Sep 19, 1984
				0297 noted Jul 2010 with Tulsa Technology Center, Tulsa, OK
				0298 (MSN D-209) to AMARC as AE0048 Jul 26, 1991
				0299 (MSN D-210, 74th TFS) w/o Sep 22, 1977.
				0300 w/o May 1, 1978 at Nellis AFB
				0301 (MSN D-212) to AMARC as AE0210 Sep 17, 1992
				0302 (MSN D-213, 188th TFS) w/o Apr 20, 1980.
				0303 (MSN D-214) to AMARC as AE0038 Jul 1, 1991
				0304 (MSN D-215) to AMARC as AE0041 Jul 10, 1991.  To Fritz Enterprises Apr 22, 1998
				0305 (388th TFW, 3rd TFS) shot down by small arms fire May 3, 1973 Pochentang AP, Cambodia.  Pilot ejected
					and was rescued by USAF HH-53C helicopter.
				0306 (MSN D-217, 355th TFS) w/o Jul 31, 1975.
				0307 (MSN D-218) to AMARC as AE0098 Jan 3, 1992.  To Fritz Enterprises Apr 17, 1998
				0308 (MSN D-219) to AMARC as AE0191 Aug 3, 1992
				0309 (MSN D-220) to AMARC as AE0206 Sep 15, 1991.  Seen in scrapyard 8/28/2000.
				0310 (MSN D-221) with 354th TFW, 353rd TFS collided with OV-10A over Laos Dec 24, 1972.  Pilot ejected and
					became POW.  Pilot of OV-10A killed.
				0311 (MSN D-222) to AMARC as AE0094 Dec 6, 1991
				0312 (354th TFW, 353rd TFS) Mid-air collision with Royal Lao Air Force O-1, 57-2958 13km SSW of Xieng Khouang airfield, 
					over the Plaine des Jarres, Laos.  Pilot KIA.
				0313 (MSN D-224, 120th TFS, CO ANG) w/o May 2, 1978.
				0314 (MSN D-225) to AMARC as AE0141 May 1, 1992.  To Fritz Enterprises Apr 17, 1998.
				0315 to AMARC
				0316 (354th TFW, 355th TFS) suffered fuel transfer system failure 20 mi NE of Udorn RTAFB, Thailand Jan 11, 1973.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				0317 (MSN D-228) to AMARC as AE0214 Sep 23, 1992.  Seen in scrapyard 8/28/2000.
				0318 (MSN D-229) to AMARC as AE0225 Sep 25, 1992.  Seen in scrapyard 8/28/2000.
				0319 (MSN D-230, 74th TFS) w/o Mar 1, 1973.
				0320 (MSN D-231) w/o Jan 15, 1983.
				0321 (MSN D-232) to AMARC as AE0187 Jul 31, 1992
				0323 (MSN D-234) w/o Nov 19, 1991.
				0325 (MSN D-236) to AMARC as AE0078 Nov 13, 1991
				0326 (MSN D-237, 174th TFS, IA ANG) w/o Oct 13, 1979
				0327 (MSN D-238) to AMARC as AE0097 Dec 16, 1991.  To Fritz Enterprises Apr 22, 1998
				0328 w/o Dec 23, 1973 in Thailand
				0330 (MSN D-241) to AMARC as AE0006 Dec 21, 1989.  Noted in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000
				0331 (MSN D-242) collided with F-106 59-0054 and crashed at Nellis AFB, NV Jul 25, 1978.
				0332 (MSN D-243) to AMARC as AE0211 Sep 18, 1992.  Seen in scrapyard 8/28/2000.
				0333 (MSN D-244) named "ain't Fl'eagle" with 149th TFS Virginia ANG in Oct 1989.  Named "Awesome"
					with 149th TFS, Virginia ANG in Jun 1991.
					Seen at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Oct 2010
				0334 (MSN D-245) to AMARC as AE0183 Jul 21, 1992.  Now mounted on display
					at Altoona, Iowa.
				0335 (MSN D-246) to AMARC as AE0034 Jun 19, 1991.  To Fritz Enterprises Apr 17, 1998.
71-0336/0379		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D-11-CV Corsair II
				MSN D-247/290.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0336 (MSN D-247, 76th TFS) w/o Sep 20, 1973.
				0337 to AMARC.  Preserved at Fort Range Airport, Denver (July 1996).  Seen at Lackland AFB, Texas on display Jun 2009.
				0338 (MSN D-249) to AMARC as AE0102 Jan 8, 1992.  To Fritz Enterprises May 22, 1998
				0340 (MSN D-251, 120th TFS, CO ANG) w/o Nov 11, 1975
				0341 (MSN D-252) to AMARC as AE0085 Nov 20, 1991
				0342 noted 2002 at Miracle of America Museum and Pioneer Village, Polson, MT
				0343 (MSN D-254) to AMARC as AE0143 May 7, 1992.  To Fritz Enterprises Jun 18, 1998.
				0344 converted to YA-7F.  On display at Edwards AFB, California
				0346 w/o Aug 30, 1974, Singer, Louisiana
				0348 w/o Feb 7, 1978, Panama Canal Zone
				0349 (MSN D-260) to AMARC as AE0235 Jun 10, 1992	
				0350 (MSN D-261) named "Playmate" with 149th TFS of Virginia ANG in Jun 1991.  To AMARC
				0351 w/o Sep 20, 1976, Cloverdale, NM
				0352 (MSN D-263) to AMARC as AE0223 Sep 24, 1992.  To Fritz Enterprises Jun 18, 1998.
				0353 (MSN D-264) to AMARC as AE0160 Jun 5, 1972
				0354 (MSN D-265) to AMARC as AE0160 Jun 5, 1992.  To Fritz Enterprises Apr 16, 1998.
				0355 w/o Oct 1977, Gila Bend
				0356 (188th TFS) crashed near Cannon AFB, NM Oct 6, 1981.
				0357 (75th TFS, 23rd TFW) crashed May 28, 1974 in Hawaii.  Pilot killed.
				0358 (MSN D-269) to AMARC as AE0120 Jan 30, 1992.  To Fritz Enterprises May 28, 1998.  Plane with this number seen in Heritage
					Park at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ in 2009, but this plane is actually 68-8229.
				0359 (MSN D-270) to AMARC as AE0059 Sep 10, 1991
				0360 (MSN D-271) w/o Apr 25, 1983.  There is an A-7 on a post in front of the Ohio National Guard in Blue Ash, Ohio that 
					is marked 71-0360. 
				0361 (149th TFS) crashed in Prince George County, VA Apr 28, 1983
				0362 (MSN D-273) to AMARC as AE142 May 1, 1992.  To Fritz Enterprises Apr 17, 1998
				0363 (MSN D-274) w/o Dec 28, 1988
				0365 (MSN D-276) to AMARC as AE0221 Sep 24, 1992
				0367 (MSN D-278) with 166th TFS, OH ANG crashed on Jefferson Proving Grounds, OH
					Jul 10, 1985 following engine failure.  Pilot ejected.
				0369 (MSN D-280) to AMARC as AE0073 Nov 1, 1991
				0370 (MSN D-281) to AMARC as AE0234 Oct 6, 1992 .  Noted in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000
				0371 (MSN D-282) named "Play Mate" with 149th TFS Virginia ANG in Oct 1989.  To AMARC as AE0044 Jul 22, 1991
				0372 w/o Aug 5, 1975, Indian Springs
				0373 (MSN D-284, 74th TFS) w/o Jul 21, 1975.  Seen on display outside Lackland AFB, San Antonio, TX.  Is it the original?
				0374 (MSN D-285) Named “Super Sluff” with 149th TFS Virginia ANG in February 1986.  To AMARC as AE0042 Jul 11, 1991.  
					To Fritz Enterprises Jun 16, 1998
				0375 (MSN D-286, 76th TFS) w/o Jul 9, 1975.
				0376 (MSN D-287) named "Bad Company"  with 149th TFS Virginia ANG Oct 1989.  To AMARC as AE0063 Sep 25, 1991
				0377 (MSN D-288) to AMARC as AE0170 Jul 14, 1992.  Seen in scrapyard 8/28/2000.
				0378 (MSN D-289, 57th FWW) w/o Jul 31, 1973
				0379 (MSN D-290) to AMARC as AE0158 Jun 3, 1992.  To Fritz Enterprises Apr 22, 1998
71-0380/0499		Boeing LGM-30G Minuteman III missiles
71-0500/0557		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee drones
71-0558/0789		Ryan BQM-34S Firebee drones - to US Navy
71-0790/0854		Cessna A-37B Dragonfly
				MSN 43328/43392.  All sold to South Vietnam except 0811/0816, 0851.
				0790 (MSN 43328) used by VPAF after unification.  Sold to owner in France in 1991.  Reported at March Field Museum.
				0794, 0835 to South Korea.
				0793 (SVNAF 528th Fighter Squadron, SVAF #793) captured and operated by VPAF 937th 
					Fighter Bomber Regiment, Da Nang.  Now displayed at Ho Chi Minh Museum.
					Registered Feb 12, 2003 to C. Pay of Scone, Australia as VH-CPD.
				0794 (MSN 43332) with Republic of Korea AF as 10-794
				0807 (MSN 43345) to Royal Thai AF as J6-12/15.  To RTAF Museum
				0808 (MSN 43346) to South Vietnam AF, then to Royal Thai AF as J6-13/15.  Now at RTAF Museum, Don Muang.
				0825 (MSN 43363) as J6-18/25 on static display at Takhli Air Pace, Thailand in 1996.
				0826 (MSN 43364) seized by US Customs officials at US-Canadian
					border in 1989.  Now at National Warplane  Museum, Genesco, NY.
				0834 (MSN 43372) used by VPAF after unification.  Sold to owner in France in 1991.
				0851 (MSN 43389)with 757th SOS, 910th SOG crashed into wooded area near Wattsburg, Pennsylvania while on training mission Oct 14, 1972.
					Both crew killed.
				0854 Used By U.S. Air Force in South Vietnam at Bien Hoa Until October 1972 When it Was Given to South Vietnam. 
					Captured in April 1975 By North Vietnam.  Acquired in Oct 1991 By a private owner and shipped to New Zealand. 
					Restored to Airworthy Condition. Registered on July 2, 1992 as ZK-J.  Airworthy with Classic Flyers Museum 
					Mount Maunganui New Zealand.
71-0855/0857		Boeing LGM-30G Minuteman III missiles
				These are also listed as being A-37Bs MSN 43393/43395.
71-0858/0873		Cessna A-37B Dragonfly
				Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0859 (MSN 43394) to Vietnam AF.  Converted to OA-37B.  To MASDC
					as AB0009 Jun 27, 1991.  To El Salvador AF as 427.  To Peru in Dec 1996
				0860 (MSN 43395) converted to OA-37B.  To MASDC as AB0006 Sep 26, 1988.  Returned to service
					with 172nd TASS.  Returned to MASDC as AB0016 Jul 26, 1991.
					To Peru in 1996
				0863 (MSN 43398) converted to OA-37B.  To MASDC as AB0013 Jul 15, 1991.
					To Peru in 1996
				0864/0866 sold to South Vietnam
				0859,0860,0682,0863,0867/0871,0873 converted to OA-37B.
				0865 (MSN 43403) converted to OA-37B.  To Dominican Republic AF as FAD 3704.
				0867 (MSN 43405) to Colombia as FAC2171.  On display ouside Museo Militar Museum, Bogota, Columbia
				0868 (MSN 43406) converted to OA-37B.  To Dominican Republic AF as FAD 3703 in 1984.  W/o Jul 13, 2000.
				0869 (MSN 43407, OA-37B) to Columbia as FAC2182.
				0873 (MSN 43408) converted to OA-37B.  To MASDC as AB0032 May 19, 1992.
					To Peru in 1996
71-0874/0882		McDonnell Douglas C-9A Nightingale
				DC-9-32CF developed for USAF as an aeromedical version.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0874 (MSN 47467) delivered Dec 17, 1971.  Last assignment 30th AS, Yokata AB, Japan.  To AMARC as CN0012 Sep 15, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Departed AMARC Jan 18, 2011, scrapped by New Phoenix Metals
				0875 (MSN 47471) delivered Feb 10, 1972.  Last assignment 30th AS, Yokata AB, Japan.  to AMARC as CN0010 Sep 4, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0876 (MSN 47475) configured as VIP transport for supreme Allied
					commander of NATO.  (CA 7/1) Was last C-9A with USAF.  Left Ramstein AB
					Sep 20 2005 for USA and assigned to USAF Museum.  Loaned and put on display at Andrews AFB
					Museum, Maryland.  Offered for sale by GSA auction Feb 18, 2015.  Regd N10876 to Waterworld Jet Aviation LLC, New Braunfels, TX, May 6 2016.
				0877 (MSN 47495/656) delivered Mar 28, 1972.  Last assignment 30th AS, Yokata AB, Japan.  to AMARC as CN0014 
					Sep 16, 2003.  Aircraft departed AMARC Oct 2, 2003, assignned to 932nd AW, Scott AFB, IL.  Now on display 
					at Scott AFB Heritage Air Park, Illinois
				0878 (MSN 47536) last assignment 932nd AW, Scott AFB, IL.  WFU at Kelly AFB Nov 2005, used as
					ground instructional aircraf.  Now on static display at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas.
				0879 (MSN 47537)delivered May 22, 1972.  Last assignment 932nd AW, Scott AFB, IL.  To AMARC for storage Sep 27, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Departed AMARC Jan 18, 2011, scrapped by New Phoenix Metals
				0880 (MSN 47538/665) delivered Jun 30, 1972. Last assignment 75th AS, Ramstein AB, Germany.
					To AMARC as CN0016.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Departed AMARC Jan 18, 2011.  Scrapped
					by New Phoenix Metals
				0881 (MSN 47540/668) deliveed Jul 28, 1972.  Last assignment 75th AS, Ramstein AB, Germany.  To AMARC as CN0009 
					Sep 2, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Departed AMARC Jan 10, 2011, scrapped by New Phoenix Metals.
				0882 (MSN 47541/670) delivered Aug 18, 1972.  Last assignment 75th AS, Ramstein AB, Germany.  To AMARC as CN0013 
					Sep 15, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Departed AMARC Dec 1, 2010, scrapped by New
					Phoenix Metals
71-0883/0894		General Dynamics F-111F
				MSN E2-59/70 (F-59/F-70).  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0883 to AMARC as FV0281 Jun 24, 1996. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
					Nov 22, 2010 and scrapped.
				0884 to AMARC as FV0277 May 3, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
					Dec 20, 2010 and scrapped.
				0885 to AMARC as FV0265 Apr 4, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
					Nov 22, 2010 and scrapped.
				0886 (MSN E2-62) named “City of Portales” with 27th Fighter Wing in August 1993.  To AMARC as FV0295 Jul 22, 1996.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Jun 1, 2010 and scrapped.
				0887 to AMARC as FV0284 Jul 8, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
					Mar 16, 2011 and scrapped.
				0888 in El Dorado Canyon.  To AMARC as FV0299 May 22, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
					To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Jun 14, 2010 and scrapped.
				0889 in El Dorado Canyon.  To AMARC as FV0282 July 8, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
					To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Nov 23, 2010 and scrapped.
				0890 to AMARC as FV0290 May 15, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
					Nov 22, 2010 and scrapped.
				0891 to AMARC as FV0272 Apr 10, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
					Mar 15, 2011 and scrapped.
				0892 to AMARC as FV0266 Apr 4, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
					Sep 8, 2010 and scrapped.
				0893 in El Dorado Canyon.  To AMARC as FV0296 Jul 23, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
					To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Sep 2, 2010 and scrapped.
				0894 to AMARC as FV0227 Nov 6, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
					May 10, 2011 and scrapped.
71-0895/0906		cancelled contract for General Dynamics F-111F
71-0907/1028		Boeing AGM-69A SRAM missiles.
71-1029/1032		Northrop RF-5A-55-NO Freedom Fighter
				MSN RF.1066/RF.1069.  All to South Korea
				1029 (MSN RF.1066) with ROKAF as 11-029 and currently preserved at Suwon Air Base.
71-1033/1034		Northrop F-5B-45-NO Freedom Fighter
				1033 (MSN N.8085) to Turkey as 11033/5-033
				1034 (MSN N.8086) to South Korea
71-1035/1038		Northrop RF-5A-55-NO Freedom Fighter
				MSN RF.1070/RF.1073.
				1035/1036 (MSN RF.1070/RF.1071) to South Korea
				1037,1038 (MSN RF.1072/RF.1073) to South Vietnam
71-1039/1050		Cessna U-17B
				sold to South Vietnam
				1046 to Vietnam AF, To Laotian AF Sep 22, 1971.  To Philippine AF
				1047, 1048 to Thai AF
				1050 to Vietnam AF.  To Laotian AF Oc 15, 1971.  To Philippine AF
71-1051/1062		Cessna T-41D Mescalero
				MSN R.172-0453/0454,0480,0481,0486/0493.
				1059/1062 sold to Dominican Republic
				1051 (MSN R.172-0453) to South Vietnam, to Laotian AF, now with Royal Thai AF
				1052 (MSN R.172-0454) to South Vietnam, to Laotian AF, now with Royal Thai AF
				1053 (MSN R.172-0480) to South Vietnam, to Laotian AF, now with Royal Thai AF
				1054 (MSN R.172-0481) to South Vietnam
				1055 (MSN R.172-0486) to South Vietnam
				1056 (MSN R.172-0487) to South Vietnam, to Laotian AF, now with Royal Thai AF
				1057 (MSN R.172-0488) to South Vietnam, to Laotian AF, now with Royal Thai AF
				1058 (MSN R.172-0489) to South Vietnam, to Laotian AF, now with Royal Thai AF
				1059 (MSN R.172-0490) to Dominican Republic AF in 1971.  WFU
				1060 (MSN R.172-0491) to Dominican Republic AF in 1971.  WFU
				1061 (MSN R.172-0492) to Dominican Republic AF as FAD 1508l  WFU May 1998
				1062 (MSN R.172-0493) to Dominican Republic AF in 1971.  WFU
71-1063/1066		Martin LGM-25C Titan III - missiles
71-1067/1069		Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules 
				MSN 4411,4416,4422.  Sold to Zaire as 9T-TCA,9T-TCB,9T-TCD
				71-1069 crashed 8/18/74
71-1070/1093		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-49-MC Phantom
				Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1070 (MSN 4238) w/o Apr 25, 1977.
				1071 (MSN 4239) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Sep 1972 as 280, Peace Echo IV.  Crashed into Sea of Galilee May 5, 1971.
				1072 (MSN 4241) noted Jan 2010 as target at Auxiliary Field 7/Epler, Eglin AFB, Florida.
				1073 (MSN 4242) to AMARC as FP649 Apr 5, 1991.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. To QF-4E drone AF346, seen at Holloman AFB Aug 16, 2011
				1074 (MSN 4243) to Israel Defense Force Air Force as 314 in Oct 1973, Nickel Grass.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 714.  
					WFU at Hatserim AB in 1998
				1075 (MSN 4244) to AMARC as FP670 May 9, 1991.  To QF-4E drone AF274.  Seen at Holloman AFB Aug 16, 2011.
				1076 (MSN 4246) to AMARC as FP617 Mar 11, 1991.  To QF-4E drone AF284
				1077 (MSN 4247) with 3246th TW crashed into Gulf of Mexico off Destin Beach, Florida Jul 14, 1987
				1078 to Israel Defense Force Air Force in Oct 1973 as 313, Nickel Grass.  WFU at Ovda AB May 2005.
				1079 (MSN 4249) to AMARC as FP591 Dec 10, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1080 (MSN 4251) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Oct 1973, Peace Echo IV
				1081 (MSN 4252) to AMARC as FP628 Mar 25, 1991.  To QF-4E drone AF255.
					 Noted at Mojave Oct 2003.  Expended in missile test Jun 22, 2006.
				1082 (MSN 4253) to Israel Defense Force Air Force  Oct 1972, Peace Echo IV.  W/o
				1083 (MSN 4254) to AMARC as FP691 Jun 7, 1991.  To QF-4E drone AF257.  On
					Apr 25, 2006, while unmanned, pitched up without warning and departed
					controlled flight resulting in a commanded destruct and crashed into
					Gulf of Mexico. (USAF Accident Investigation)
				1084 (MSN 4256) to AMARC as FP681 May 31, 1991.  To QF-4E drone AF267.
				1085 (MSN 4257) to AMARC as FP687 Jun 6, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1086 (MSN 4258) to AMARC as FP630 Mar 25, 1991.  Noted summer of 2004
					being prepared for conversion to QF-4.  To QF-4E drone AF273. Expended in missile test Aug 10, 2006
				1087 (MSN 4259) to AMARC as FP684 Jun 4, 1991.  To QF-4E drone AF264.  Seen at Holloman AFB Aug 16, 2011
				1088 (MSN 4261) to AMARC as FP671 May 9, 1991.  To QF-4E drone AF270.
				1089 (MSN 4262) to AMARC as FP616 Mar 11, 1991.  To QF-4E drone AF303.
				1090 (MSN 4263) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Nov 1972 as 208 and 252, Peace Echo IV.  WFU at Hatzerim AB
				1091 (3rd TFW) crashed Jan 7, 1976
				1092 (MSN 4266) to AMARC as FP588 Dec 5, 1990.  To QF-4E drone AF263.  Crashed and
					caught fire during takeoff at Holloman AFB, NM Aug 10, 2006.
					AFM 10/2006, 6/2007
				1093 (MSN 4267) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Nov 1972 as 210, 219, and 247, Peace Echo IV.  W/o Oct 8, 1973
71-1094/1101		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-51-MC Phantom 
				New builds for Imperial Iranian AF
				1094 (MSN 4301) to Imperial Iranian AF May 1973 as 3-723
				1095 (MSN 4302) to Imperial Iranian AF May 1973 as 3-724
				1096 (MSN 4305) to Imperial Iranian AF Jun 1973 as 3-725
				1097 (MSN 4312) to Imperial Iranian AF Jun 1973 as 3-726
				1098 (MSN 4315) to Imperial Iranian AF Jun 1973 as 3-727
				1099 (MSN 4320) to Imperial Iranian AF Jul 1973 as 3-728.  Later 3-6549
				1100 (MSN 4324) to Imperial Iranian AF Jul 1973 as 3-729
				1101 (MSN 4326) to Imperial Iranian AF Aug 1973 as 3-730
71-1102/1115		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-52-MC Phantom 
				New builds for Imperial Iranian AF
				1102 (MSN 4331) to Imperial Iranian AF Jul 1973 as 3-731
				1103 (MSN 4333) to Imperial Iranian AF Aug 1973 as 3-732
				1104 (MSN 4338) to Imperial Iranian AF Aug 1973 as 3-733
				1105 (MSN 4339) to Imperial Iranian AF Aug 1973 as 3-734
				1106 (MSN 4343) to Imperial Iranian AF Sep 1973 as 3-735
				1107 (MSN 4344) to Imperial Iranian AF Sep 1973 as 3-736
				1108 (MSN 4349) to Imperial Iranian AF Jan 1974 as 3-737
				1109 (MSN 4351) to Imperial Iranian AF Oct 1973 as 3-738
				1110 (MSN 4353) to Imperial Iranian AF Sep 1973 as 3-739
				1111 (MSN 4355) to Imperial Iranian AF Sep 1973 as 3-740
				1112 (MSN 4358) to Imperial Iranian AF Sep 1973 as 3-741.
				1113 (MSN 4362) to Imperial Iranian AF Sep 1973 as 3-742.
				1114 (MSN 4364) to Imperial Iranian AF Oct 1973 as 3-743
				1115 (MSN 4368) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1973 as 3-744
71-1116/1129		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-53-MC Phantom 
				New builds for Imperial Iranian AF
				1116 (MSN 4370) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1973 as 3-745
				1117 (MSN 4374) to Imperial Iranian AF Oct 1973 as 3-746
				1118 (MSN 4378) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1973 as 3-747
				1119 (MSN 4380) to Imperial Iranian AF Oct 1973 as 3-748
				1120 (MSN 4383) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1973 as 3-749
				1121 (MSN 4387) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1973 as 3-750
				1122 (MSN 4389) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1973 as 3-751.  Crashed Jul 12, 1977 due to hydraulics failure
				1123 (MSN 4391) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1973 as 3-752.
				1124 (MSN 4393) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1973 as 3-753.
				1125 (MSN 4395) to Imperial Iranian AF Jan 1974 as 3-754
				1126 (MSN 4399) to Imperial Iranian AF Dec 1973 as 3-755
				1127 (MSN 4402) to Imperial Iranian AF Dec 1973 as 3-756
				1128 (MSN 4404) to Imperial Iranian AF Dec 1973 as 3-757
				1129 (MSN 4407) to Imperial Iranian AF Dec 1973 as 3-758
71-1130/1142		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-54-MC Phantom 
				New builds for Imperial Iranian AF
				1130 (MSN 4409) to Imperial Iranian AF Jan 1974 as 3-759
				1131 (MSN 4411) to Imperial Iranian AF Jan 1974 as 3-760
				1132 (MSN 4414) to Imperial Iranian AF Jan 1974 as 3-761
				1133 (MSN 4418) to Imperial Iranian AF Feb 1974 as 3-762
				1134 (MSN 4421) to Imperial Iranian AF Apr 1974 as 3-763
				1135 (MSN 4424) to Imperial Iranian AF Feb 1974 as 3-764.  Crashed Nov 8, 1974
				1136 (MSN 4428) to Imperial Iranian AF Jun 1974 as 3-765
				1137 (MSN 4432) to Imperial Iranian AF Mar 1974 as 3-766.  Crashed Jun 29, 1977
				1138 (MSN 4435) to Imperial Iranian AF Mar 1974 as 3-767
				1139 (MSN 4440) to Imperial Iranian AF Mar 1974 as 3-768
				1140 (MSN 4447) to Imperial Iranian AF Mar 1974 as 3-769
				1141 (MSN 4453) to Imperial Iranian AF May 1974 as 3-770
				1142 (MSN 4460) to Imperial Iranian AF Apr 1974 as 3-771
71-1143/1152		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-55-MC Phantom 
				New builds for Imperial Iranian AF
				1143 (MSN 4467) to Imperial Iranian AF May 1974 as 3-772
				1144 (MSN 4472) to Imperial Iranian AF May 1974 as 3-773
				1145 (MSN 4478) to Imperial Iranian AF May 1974 as 3-774
				1146 (MSN 4482) to Imperial Iranian AF Jun 1974 as 3-775
				1147 (MSN 4489) to Imperial Iranian AF Jun 1974 as 3-776
				1148 (MSN 4495) to Imperial Iranian AF Aug 1974 as 3-777
				1149 (MSN 4501) to Imperial Iranian AF Jul 1974 as 3-778
				1150 (MSN 4508) to Imperial Iranian AF Jul 1974 as 3-779
				1151 (MSN 4513) to Imperial Iranian AF Aug 1974 as 3-780
				1152 (MSN 4519) to Imperial Iranian AF Aug 1974 as 3-781
71-1153/1166		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-56-MC Phantom 
				New builds for Imperial Iranian AF
				1153 (MSN 4527) to Imperial Iranian AF Sep 1974 as 3-782
				1154 (MSN 4534) to Imperial Iranian AF Sep 1974 as 3-783
				1155 (MSN 4534) to Imperial Iranian AF Oct 1974 as 3-784
				1156 (MSN 4545) to Imperial Iranian AF Oct 1974 as 3-785
				1157 (MSN 4550) to Imperial Iranian AF Oct 1974 as 3-786
				1158 (MSN 4557) to Imperial Iranian AF Oct 1974 as 3-787
				1159 (MSN 4562) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1974 as 3-788
				1160 (MSN 4567) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1974 as 3-789
				1161 (MSN 4571) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1974 as 3-790
				1162 (MSN 4575) to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 1974 as 3-791
				1163 (MSN 4579) to Imperial Iranian AF Dec 1974 as 3-792
				1164 (MSN 4584) to Imperial Iranian AF Dec 1974 as 3-793
				1165 (MSN 4588) to Imperial Iranian AF Dec 1974 as 3-794
				1166 (MSN 4591) to Imperial Iranian AF Dec 1974 as 3-795
71-1167/1366		Cancelled contract for MQM-34A drones
71-1367/1368		Northrop YA-9A
				1367 was on display at Castle AFB, CA.  Moved to display at Edwards AFB, California
				1368 on display at March AFB, California.
71-1369/1370		Fairchild Republic YA-10A Thunderbolt II
				1370 on display at WPAFB Museum, Ohio
71-1371/1373		Cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130H Hercules
71-1374/1375		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				MSN 4430,4431
				Sold to Israel as 4X-FBA and 4X-EBB under Peace Bata I
				1374 (MSN 382-4430) to 4X-JUA, 4X-FBA, 102. 
				1375 (MSN 382-4431) to 4X-JUB, 4X-FBB, 4X-EBB/106, 4X-FBB/106
71-1376			cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130E Hercules intended
				for Pakistan
71-1377/1390		Northrop F-5A-55-NO Freedom Fighter
				cancelled contract
71-1391/1402		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-50-MC Phantom
				1391 (MSN 4269) with 3rd TFW, 3rd TFS crashed into sea off Clark AB, Philippines Dec 20, 1989.
				1392 (MSN 4270) was preserved at Keflavik AB, Iceland.  Currently on display at Andersen AFB, Guam
				1393 (MSN 4271) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Dec 1972 as 207, 241, 1nd 641, Peace Echo IV.  WFU at Ovda AB May 2000
				1394 (MSN 4272) to Israel Defense Force Air Force in Oct 1973 as 317 and 218, Nickel Grass.  WFu at Ovda AB May 2000
				1395 (MSN 4273) to Israel Defense Force Air Force in Oct 1973 as 301, Nickel Grass.  Q/o Apr 22, 1979
				1396 (MSN 4274) to Israel Defense Force Air Force in Dec 1973 as 209, Peace Echo IV.  Upgraded to Kurnass.  WFU at Ovda AB May 2000
				1397 (MSN 4275) to AMARC as FP605 Jan 10, 1991.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF285.
				1398 (MSN 4276) to Israel Defense Force Air Force in Oct 1973 as 309, Nickel Grass.  WFU at Ovda AB May 2000.
				1399 (MSN 4277) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Jul 1973, Peace Echo IV
				1400 (MSN 4278) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Mar 1973 as 122, 222, and 207, Peace Echo IV
				1401 (MSN 4279) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Feb 1973 as 207, Peace Echo IV
				1402 (MSN 4280) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Feb 1973 as 225, Peace Echo IV.  Currently preserved at Hatserim AB
71-1403/1406		Boeing T-43A
				MSN 20685/20688.  737-253 commercial airliner adapted by USAF as 
					navigational trainer.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1403 to AMARC as TH0004 Feb 20, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				1404 (CT-43A) to AMARC Jan 26, 2010
				1405 to AMARC as TH0005 Apr 19, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				1406 (MSN 20688) to AMARC as TH0001 Sep 25, 1997.  Registered Apr 16, 2001 to Jett Racing and
					Sales, Inc of Laredo, TX as N146JS.  Seen in WIA at Tucson, AZ
71-1407/1408		Boeing EC-137D
				MSN 20518,20519.  Two civil 707-320Bs taken from
					production line and modified as prototypes
					for AWACS.  Designation later changed to E-3A.
					Both converted to E-3B.
				1408 (MSN 20519) assigned to 961st AACS, Kadena AB, Japan.
71-1409/1416		Cessna A-37B Dragonfly
				1410 (MSN 43410) with Ecuadorian AF as FAE-368 and noted inside gounds of Instituto Tecnologico Superior
					Aeronautico at Latacunga in Oct 2014.
				1413 (MSN 43413) to Dominican Republic AF a FAD 3708.  Damaged
					after hard landing, stored.
				1414 (MSN 43414) to Honduras AF as 1018.  Stored at Muse del Aire.
				1416 to Columbian AF as FAC2174. W/o.
71-1417/1421		Northrop F-5E-NO Tiger II
				MSN R.1001/1005
				1417 to Brazil as 4856 in 1989, Peace Amazon II.  Reported to have been
					upgraded to F-5EM by Embraer
				1418 to Brazil in 1989, Peace Amazon II.
				1419 (525th TFTS) crashed near Williams AFB Feb 9, 1982
				1420 used as prototype RF-5E Tigereye.  To Brazil
					in 1989, Peace Amazon II.
				1421 (MSN R.1005) to Honduras as 4004.  W/o Jun 3, 1999
71-1422/1457		Cessna U-17B
				Sold to South Vietnam
				1422 MSN 185-01956
				1423 MSN 185-01957
				1424 MSN 185-01958
				1425 MSN 185-01959
				1426 MSN 185-01960
				1427 MSN 185-01961
				1428 MSN 185-01962
				1429 MSN 185-01963
				1430 MSN 185-01965
				1431 MSN 185-01966
				1432 MSN 185-01967
				1433 MSN 185-01969
				1434 MSN 185-01969
				1435 MSN 185-01970
				1436 MSN 185-01972
				1437 MSN 185-01973
				1438 MSN 185-01974.  MAP to South Vietnam AF.  MAP to Royal Thai Navy as 312, later 1307.  WFU
						and stored at U-Tapao RTNAF, still extant Jan 2013
				1439 MSN 185-10975
				1440 MSN 185-01977
				1441 MSN 185-01978
				1442 MSN 185-01980.  MAP to South Vietnam AF.  MAP to Royal Thai Navy as 313, later as 1308.  WFU
						and stored at U-Tapao RTNAF, still extgant Jan 2013
				1443 MSN 185-01981
				1444 MSN 185-01983.  With Thai Army Jan 2000.
				1445 MSN 185-01984
				1446 MSN 185-01986
				1447 MSN 185-01987
				1448 MSN 185-01989.  On display in War Remnants Museum, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
				1449 MSN 185-01990
				1450 MSN 185-01993
				1451 MSN 185-01998
				1453 MSN 185-01999
				1454 MSN 185-02000.  With Royal Thai Army as 1454 Jan 2000.
				1455 MSN 185-02001.  MAP to South Vietnam AF.  MAP to Royal Thai Navy as 314, later as 1309.  WFU
						and stored at U-Tapao RTNAF, still extgant Jan 2013
				1456 MSN 185-02006
				1457 MSN 185-02007
				1438, 1440, 1442, 1444, 1454, 1455, 1456 to Thai AF
71-1458/1467		Cessna T-41D Mescalero
				MSN R.1720497/0506.  Sold to Turkish Army as 10190/10199 May 1971.
				1466 (MSN R.1720505) with Turkish AF as 10198 and preserved outside Kapadokya Meslek Yuksekokulu College,
					Istanbul.
71-1468			Lockheed C-130E Hercules
				MSN 4514
				Sold to Turkey as ETI-468, 71-1468
71-1469/1778		Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike missiles	
71-1779/1786		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-51-MC Phantom  
				New builds for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo IV
				1779 (MSN 4299) to IDFAF Apr 1973 as 241 and 607.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 641.   WFU at Ovda AB May 2005.
					Assigned as ground trainer at Raman David AB
				1780 (MSN 4304) to IDFAF Apr 1973.  W/o
				1781 (MSN 4307) to IDFAF May 1973 as 245.  Shot down by SA-7 over Egypt Oct 8, 1973
				1782 (MSN 4309) to IDFAF May 1973 as 618 and 619.  W/o
				1783 (MSN 4314) to IDFAF Jun 1973 as 249 and 649.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 649.  WFU May 2005.
				1784 (MSN 4319) to IDFAF Jun 1973 as 251 and 330.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 651.  WFU at Ovda AB May 2005.
					Currently preserved at Hatzerim AB
				1785 (MSN 4323) to IDFAF Jun 1973 as 253.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 653
				1786 (MSN 4329) to IDFAF Jul 1973 as 255 and 307.  W/o Sep 12, 1984
71-1787/1793		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-52-MC Phantom  
				New builds for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo IV
				1787 (MSN 4334) to IDFAF Aug 1973 as 230, 245, and 657.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 630.  Currently preserved at Tel Nof AB
				1788 (MSN 4340) to IDFAF Aug 1973 as 301, 302, and 257.  Upgraded to Kurnas as 657.  WFU at Ovda AB May 2005
				1789 (MSN 4345) to IDFAF Sep 1973 as 316 and 231.  Shot down over Kotamiya/Sinai, Egypt Oct 20, 1973.
				1790 (MSN 4350) to IDFAF in 1974 as 259.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 659.  WFU a Ovda AB May 2005
				1791 (MSN 4354) to IDFAF Oct 1973 as 225, 266, and 261.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 666.  Wfu at Hatzerim AB Nov 1997
				1792 (MSN 4361) to IDFAF Oct 1973 as 226
				1793 (MSN 4365) to IDFAF Oct 1973 as 263.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 663.  WFU at Ovda AB May 2005 
71-1794/1796		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-53-MC Phantom   
				New builds for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo IV
				1794 (MSN 4371) to IDFAF Oct 1973 as 267.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 667.  WFU at Ovda AB May 2005
				1795 (MSN 4377) to IDFAF Oct 1973 as 264.  W/o Mar 7, 1980
				1796 (MSN 4382) to IDFAF Oct 1973 as 626
71-1797/1808		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				Sold to Belgium as CH01/CH12
				CH01 MSN 382-4455
				CH02 MSN 382-4460.  Destroyed May 5, 2006 in fire at Sabena Techncis.
				CH03 MSN 382-4461
				CH04 MSN 382-4467
				CH05 MSN 382-4470
				CH06 MSN 382-4473 crashed 7/15/96
				CH07 MSN 382-4476
				1804 CH08 MSN 382-4478
				CH09 MSN 382-4479
				CH10 MSN 382-4481
				CH11 MSN 382-4482
				CH12 MSN 382-4483
71-1809/1838		Ryan BQM-34F Firebee drones
71-1839/1840		Boeing YQM-94A Compass Cope B
71-1841			Boeing 707-3D3C
					MSN 20495 JY-ADP (Alia).  Converted to E-8C JSTARS 95-0122.

			- Army serials begin here -

71-15090/15093		Bell AH-1G-BF Cobra
				MSN 21050/21053.  For Spain
				15090 (MSN 21050) to Spain as Z.14-1, then HA.14-1.  Returned to USA.  To Army Aviation Museum at Ft Rucker in 2003
				15091 (MSN 21051) to Spain as Z.14-2, then HA.14-2.
				15092 (MSN 21052) to Spain as Z.14-3. (Eslla 007) w/o Jul 23, 1973.
				15093 (MSN 21053) to Spain as Z.14-4, then HA.14-4. Returned to USA
71-18491/18498		Sikorsky CH-54B Tarhe
				These were not built

71-20000/20339		Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois
				MSN 12824/13163.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				20002,20003,20009,20016/10019,20023,20024,
					20026,20036,20050,20063,20088,20105,20112,
					20156,20159,20166,20177,20206,20213,20214,
					20220,20228,20237,20259,20284,20286,20294,
					20300/20303,20305/20307,20311,20315,20329,
					20322 converted to UH-1V.	
				20002 (MSN 12826, converted to UH-1V) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Apparently destined
					for Uruguay.  Noted Mar 2005 still stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX
				20005 (MSN 12829) to AMARC as XA0669 Sept 15, 2000.  Registered N42406b Jan 14, 2005
				20009 (MSN 12833) registration N84219 reserved for US Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL Sep 15, 2005, 
					taken up Mar 7, 2007.  To PNP-353 with Policia Nacional del Peru
				20010 (MSN 12834) noted mid Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.  To N10WU with US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL, Jun 11 2010.  For sale by GSA Auctions at 
					US Dept of State, Melbourne & Sanford Arpt, FL, Jan 2 2014
					To Northwest Helicopters/Turbines LLC, Olypia, WA, Mar 13 2014 
				20011 (MSN 12835) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mid Mar 2005.  To N11WU with US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL, Jun 11 2010.
				20012 (MSN 12836) noted withdrawn from use at Newcastle County APT, Wilmington, DE May 18, 2001.
					Registered N891PM Nov 7, 2003.  Now a gate guard at Delaware
					ANG facility between Fenwick Island And Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
					Seems to be back in service as N891PM as a crop duster.
				20013 (MSN 12837) Noted withdrawn from use at Newcastle County APT, Wilmington, DE May 18, 2001.  To civil 
					registry as N13WN wih US Department of State (INL/A) at Patrick AFB, FL Oct
					12, 2010.  Regn canx Apr 5 2016
				20015 (MSN 12839) to AMARC as XA0648 Jun 13, 2000.  Registered N4082P Jul 29, 2005.
					Registration cancelled by FAA Jan 7, 2009 on sale to owner
					in South Africa
				20017 (MSN 12841, converted to UH-1V) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				20018 (MSN 12842, converted to UH-1V) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still
					there Mar 2005.
				20019 (MSN 12843) repored Apr 2003 as going to Dominican Army.
				20020 (MSN 12844) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				20021 (MSN 12845) seen at Temple/Draughton Miller Rap, TX Jan 2008.  To US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL.
				20022 (MSN 12846) to civil registry as N499DF
				20023 (MSN 12847, converted to UH-1V) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				20024 (MSN 12848) had been operating with Multinational Force and
					Observers Air Wint to patrol Israel/Egypt border but
					returned to US Army Feb 2, 2006
				20026 (MSN 12850) seen at Temple/Draughton Miller Rap, TX Jan 2008.  UH-1V N26TU US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, 
					FL, Jun 29 2010.  Seen at Melbourne MLB Airport, Melbourne, Florida Mar 2011.
				20027 to Thailand as 0-20027 in 2003.
				20029 (MSN 12853) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  N29WA US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, 
					FL. Regn reserved by Air Heritage Inc, Beaver Falls, PA, Sep 30 2015.
				20030 (MSN 12854) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  
					Registration N8220T reserved for US Department of state, Patrick AFB, FL Sep 15, 2005, taken up
					Dec 7, 2006.  To PNP-347 with Policia Nacional del Peru.
				20031 (MSN 12855) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX
				20033 (MSN 12857) converted to JUH-1H.  Noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.  Registered N243SD with US Department of State at Patrick AFB, FL Nov 26, 2007.  Regn canx Oct 30 2012
				20036 (MSN 12860) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.  Registered N259SD with US Department of State at Patrick AFB Nov 26, 2007.  Fuerza Aerea Boliviana. 
					canx Sep 18 2013 as exported to Bolivia.
				20037 (MSN 12861) stored at Camp Robinson, Arkansas Aug 2002.
					noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.  Registered N242SD Nov 26, 2007 with US Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL.
					Registration cancelled Aug 20, 2014.  Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at
					Sanford, FL Sep 22, 2015.  Relisted Oct 28, 2015.
				20038 (MSN 12862) to Dominican Army in 2004.  Noted Mar 2006 stored at Panama City AP, FL.
					Understood to be going to Dominican Republic as 3068
				20039 (MSN 12863) US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL. Wisconsin Divn of Federal Property, Waunakee, WI.
				20040 (MSN 12864) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registered N241SD with US Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL Nov 26, 2007.  For sale by GSA Auctions 
					Dept of State, Melbourne & Sanford Arpt, FL, Jan 2 2014.  To Brown Helicopter Inc, Pensacola, FL, Apr 8 2014. 
				20043 (MSN 12867) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
				20044 (MSN 12868) preserved at H.E.A.R.T.S. Veterans Museum of Texas, Huntsville, Texas
				20047 (MSN 12871) on display at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				20048 (MSN 12872) to Honduras AF as FAH 947.  W/o Jun 26, 2000
				20049 (MSN 12873) w/o Feb 24, 1991.
				20051 (MSN 12875) w/o Oct 4, 1984.
				20052 (MSN 12876) w/o Jul 16, 1977.
				20055 (MSN 12879) w/o May 31, 1978.
				20056 (MSN 12880) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
				20058 (MSN 12882) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registered N239SD with US Department of State at Patrick AFB, FL Nov 26, 2007.  Regn canx Apr 5 2016.
				20059 (MSN 12883) with Utan ARNG Nov 2986 and stored at Melbourne IAP, Florida in Sep 2012.  To US Department
					of State at Patrick AFB, FL
				20060 (MSN 12884) w/o Mar 19, 2003.  Noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller 
					RAP, TX.  Registered N238SD with US Department of State at Patrick AFB Nov 26, 2007.
					Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Sanford, FL, May 03 2016
				20063 (MSN 12887, converted to UH-1V) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there
					Mar 2005.
				20065 (MSM 12889) N65WU US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL, Oct 12 2010. Regn canx Apr 5 2016.
				20066 (MSN 12890) to city of Oglesby, Illinos
				20068 (MSN 12892) registered N911NN Apr 20, 2009
				20069 (MSN 12893) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				20070 to civil registry as N894GL May 1996.
				20074 (MSN 12898) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  
					Still there Mar 2005.  Registered N7514Z with US Department of State (INL/A) at Patrick AFB, FL Nov 6, 2007.
					Regn canx Apr 5 2016.
				20078 (MSN 12902) seen at Temple/Draughton Miller Rap, TX Jan 2008
				20085 (MSN 12909) to  Royal Thai AF as 20327 H.6-35/18.
				20090 (MSN 12914) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still
					there Mar 2005.
				20093 (MSN 12917) to AMARC as XA0683 Oct 2, 2000.
				20094 (MSN 12918) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
				20100 (MSN 12924) to Royal Thai AF as H.6-36/18.  Crashed Jan 12, 1991.  Was ex Vietnam AF aircraft.
				20102 (MSN 12926) noted withdrawn from use at Fort Indiantown Gap/Muir AAF, PA, May 24, 2001.   
					Seen at MLB, Melbourne, Florida in 2011.  With US Department of State at Patrick AFB, FL.
				20103 (MSN 12927) N81477 US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL, Apr 10 1989. FAB-716 Fuerza Aerea Boliviana. 
					ll Military Museum, Russell, IL, Apr 30 2014.  
				20104 (MSN 12928) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
				20105 (MSN 12929) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
				20117 (MSN 12941) to Brazilian AF Apr 1997.
				20118 (MSN 12942) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				20119 (MSN 12943) noted withdrawn from use at Newcastle County APT, Wilmington, DE May 18, 2001.
					April 2004 issue of 'Air Forces Monthly' reports it gone to Dominican Army.
					To Dominican AF May 27, 2004 as FAD3064
				20122 (MSN 12946) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
				20123 (MSN 12947) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.  Registered N75140 with US Department of State (INL/A) at Patrick AFB Nov 6, 2007
				20124 (MSN 12948) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.  Registered N75142 Nov 6, 2007 with US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL, 
				20129 (MSN 12953, converted to UH-1V) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005
				20130 (MSN 12954) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registered N75144 Nov 6, 2007 with US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL   Regn canx Nov 25 2014.
					Noted in March 2017 with Military Machines of American Freedom at Quincy, Florida 
				20136 (MSN 12960) to Venezuela as FAV2230.
				20137 (MSN 12961) to Venezuela as FAV1678.
				20138 (MSN 12962) to Venezuela as FAV1686.  As FAV 1686 crashed in Cuturi Forest, Apure State, Venezuela 
					on July 17, 1998. 
				20139 (MSN 12963) to Veterans Memorial center, Merritt Island, Florida
				20145 (MSN 12969) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.
				20146 (MSN 12970) to AMARC as XA0679 Sept 22, 2000.
				20147 (MSN 12971) to Cambodian AF in 1974/74, escaped to Thailand Apr 30, 1975.  To Thai Navy as 404
				20148 (MSN 12972) to Cambodian AF in 1973/74
				20156 (MSN 12980) seen at Temple/Draughton Miller Rap, TX Jan 2008.  UH-1V N156AH US Dept of State, 
					ck AFB, FL, Jun 29 2010. Regn canx Apr 5 2016.
				20158 (MSN 12982) named “The Pegasus” with Maryland ARNG in September 1992.   Noted Mar 2005 stored at 
					Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  To civil register as N158WR on June 11, 2010 with US Dept of State, 
					Patrick AFB, FL, Jun 11 2010. Regn canx Apr 5 2016.
				20159 (MSN 12983) stored at Camp Robinson, Arkansas Aug 2002.  Noted May 2004 with US
					Helicopters at Ozark, AL apparently destined for Peruvian Police
				20161 (MSN 12985)
				20164 (MSN 12988) to Thailand in 2003.
				20165 (MSN 12989) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.
				20166 (MSN 12990) noted withdrawn from use at Fort Indiantown Gap/Muir AAF, PA, May 24, 2001.
					Noted Mar 7, 2005 with US Helicopters at Ozark.
				20168 (MSN 12992) noted stored with Mississippi AVCRAD Aug 18, 2001.  Noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				20171 (MSN 12995) converted to JUH-1H
				20172 (MSN 12996) registered N237SD Nov 26, 2007 with US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL.  On display at 
					Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL Apr 30, 2014.
				20173 (MSN 12997) noted withdrawn from use at Fort Indiantown Gap/Muir AAF, PA, May 24, 2001.  To US Dept 
					of State, Patrick AFB, FL
				20174 (MSN 12998) to AMARC as Sep 8, 1995.  Registered N8022Q Sep 17, 2003
				20175 (MSN 12999) N8147G US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL, Apr 10 1989.  To PNC-0730 Policia Nacional de 
					Colombia. Regn canx Jul 17 2009.
				20176 (MSN 13000) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.
				20177 (MSN 13001) in badly derelict condition at VCV Feb 23, 2014
				20178 (MSN 13002) to civil registry as N51AG.  Heavily damaged in
					crash at Rockford, AL Dec 15, 2004.
				20180 (MSN 13004) noted 2004 at Ben Gurion AP, Tel Aviv in red and
					white color scheme.  Used by Multi-National Force Observers to patrol
					Israel/Egypt border but returned to US Army Feb 2, 2006.  Seen at
					Temple/Draughton-Miller RAR, TX
				20183 (MSN 13007) registered N348AH Jul 15, 2008
				20192 (MSN 13016) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
				20201 (MSN 13025) civil registration N704TF has been reserved.
				20203 (MSN 13027) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registered N235SD Nov 26, 2007 with US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL
				20204 (MSN 13028) to Royal Thai AF as 20347 H.6-29/15.
				20205 (MSN 13029) to Royal Thai AF as 20342 H.6-30/15
				20206 (MSN 13030) converted to UH-1V. W/o Jun 14, 1984
				20207 (MSN 13031) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				20209 (MSN 13033) w/o Aug 16, 1976.
				20210 (MSN 13034) to AMARC as XA0639 Apr 28, 2000.
				20214 (MSN 13038) noted withdrawn from use at Newcastle County APT, Wilmington, DE May 18, 2001.
				20216 (MSN 13040) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					N232SD US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL, Nov 26 2007. FAB-749 Fuerza Aerea Boliviana May 2009. W/o near 
					Chapare, Bolivia, Jul 6 2010 (1 of 9 killed). Regn N232SD canx Jun 10 2011
				20217 (MSN 13041) registred as N306SB Feb 9, 1995.
				20219 (MSN 13043) noted Mar 12, 2004 stored at Robinson AAF, AR for spares use.
					Noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
				20221 (MSN 13045) to AMARC as XA0608 Feb 9, 2000.  Registered N92514
					Aug 12, 2005.
				20222 (MSN 13046) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.
				20225 (MSN 13049) to UH-1V, to Philippines AF as 20225 Jul 2003.
				20226 (MSN 13050) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					N230SD US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL, Nov 26 2007. Fuerza Aerea Boliviana. 
					Regn N230SD canx Sep 18 2013 as exported to Bolivia.
				20228 (MSN 13052) to UH-1V.  w/o May 1, 1999 with 1-212th AVN.  Noted Feb 2002 in crash compound at Fort Rucker.  
				20232 (MSN 13056) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX 
				20236 (MSN 13060) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registration N8237V reserved Sep 15, 2005, taken up
					Dec 7, 2006 for US Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL.  To PNP-354 Policia Nacional del Peru.
				20237 (MSN 13061) converted to UH-1V.  To AMARC as XA0636 Apr 13, 2000. 
				20239 (MSN 13063) to Royal Thai AF as 20318 H.6-38/46.   
				20241 (MSN 13065) used by Multinational Force and
					Observers Air Wint to patrol Israel/Egypt border 
				20243 (MSN 13067) to Thailand AF as 20243.
				20244 (MSN 13068) to VFW POst #77, Holiday Island, AR
				20245 (MSN 13069) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.
				20246 (MSN 13070) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  To N246AR US Dept of State, 
					Patrick AFB, FL, Jun 11 2010. Regn canx Nov 21 2014
				20247 (MSN 13071) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
				20248 (MSN 13072) to Texas Department of Public Safety as N308TX in 2013.
				20249 (MSN 13073)  stored at Camp Robinson, Arkansas Aug 2002
				20251 (MSN 13075) noted stored at Knox AHP Mar 2002
				20252 (MSN 13076) noted stored at Knox AHP Mar 2002
				20253 (MSN 13077) seen at Temple/Draughton Miller Rap, TX Jan 2008
				20254 (MSN 13078) to Thailand AF in 2003.
				20255 (MSN 13079) at Ozark, Blackwell Field, AL Apr 2007.  On display at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				20259 (MSN 13083, converted to UH-1V) with boom from 68-15518.  
					Noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.
				20263 N263AW US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL, Oct 12 2010. Regn canx Apr 5 2016.
				20270 (MSN 13094) converted to TH-1H
				20271 (MSN 13095) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registered N8220N Dec 7, 2006 US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL,   To PNP-357 Policia Nacional del Peru.
				20272 (MSN 13096) 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
				20276 (MSN 13100) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.  to Philippine AF as 20276 Jun 9, 2007.
				20280 (MSN 13104) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
				20281 (MSN 13105) to AMARC as XA0640 May 2, 2000.
				20284 (MSN 13108) converted to UH-1V. W/o Sep 4, 1982.
				20287 (MSN 13111) crashed Sept 9, 1993.
				20288 (MSN 13112) noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  To N288CW US Dept of State, 
					Patrick AFB, FL, Jun 11 2010. Regn canx Apr 5 2016.
				20292 (MSN 13116) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registration N8225D reserved Sep 15, 2005, taken up
					Dec 7, 2006 with US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL.  To PNP-348 Policia Nacional del Peru.
				20294 (MSN 13118) to Thai Army.  Crashed Mar 20, 2005.  AFM 9/2005
				20296 (MSN 13120) w/o Jun 27, 1978.
				20297 (MSN 13121) stored at Camp Robinson, Arkansas Aug 2002.
					Noted Mar 2005 stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX,
					Registered N229SD Nov 26, 2007 with US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL. To Air Heritage Inc, 
					Beaver Falls, PA, Nov 21 2014
				20298 (MSN 13122) currently N144MA, registration N58468 reserved Apr 29, 2005,
					taken up Jul 6, 2005
				20300 (MSN 13124, UH-1V) registration N7040U reserved Jan 25, 
					2007, registered to Department of State Air Wing as N7040U, taken up
					Mar 7, 2007.  Also identified as DOS-69. To EJC-429 Aviacion del Ejercito de Colombia.  Registration 
					N7040U cancelled Dec 6, 2007 on transfer to Colombian AF. 
				20301 (MSN 13125) seen at Temple/Draughton Miller Rap, TX Jan 2008.  UH-1V N301AW US Dept of State, 
					Patrick AFB, FL, Nov 15 2010. 
				20302 (MSN 13126) noted May 2004 with US Helicopters at Ozark, AL apparently destined
					for Peruvian Police
				20304 (MSN 13128, UH-1H) to N81464 US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL, Apr 10 1989. To PNP-333 Policia 
					Nacional del Peru. Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Sanford, FL, May 03 2016 
				20305 (UH-1V, cn 13129) noted withdrawn from use May 24, 2001.
					Noted Mar 2006 stored at Panama City AP, FL.  Registered
					N233SD Nov 26, 2007 with US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL.
				20306 (MSN 13130, converted to UH-1V) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				20310 (MSN 13134) to civil registry of N3140U. Crashed during firefighting at Pisa Flores, Mexico Sep 26, 2005. 
					1 killed, 1 injured.
				20312 (MSN 13136, UH-1H) noted withdrawn from use at Fort Indiantown Gap, PA May 24, 2001.
				20313 (MSN 13137) to Brazilian AF
				20315 (MSN 13139) registered N617PD Apr 21, 2009
				20317 (MSN 13141) on display Jul 2002 at the Maine Air Museum, Bangor with boom of 73-21661.
				20318 (MSN 13142) registered N228SD Nov 26, 2007 US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL.  On display at Russell 
					Military Museum, Russell, IL Apr 30, 2014
				20319 (MSN 13143) seen at Temple/Draughton Miller Rap, TX Jan 2008.  To N319AW with US Dept of State, 
					Patrick AFB, FL. Vietnam Helicopter Museum, Sacramento, CA.
				20320 (MSN 13144) to N320WC with US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL, Oct 12 2010. Regn canx Apr 5 2016.
				20321 (MSN 13145) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.  Seen on a trailer Feb 1, 2008 headed
					to California.
				20325 (MSN 13149) US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL
				20326 (MSN 13150) on display at Wrightstown Gate of Fort Dix, New Jersey Aug 2013.
				20327 (MSN 13151) to El Salvador AF as FAES 260.  Put on display at Museo Nacional de Aviacion, Ilopango IAP, 
					San Salvador
				20328 (MSN 13152) with Kansas ARNG in May 1998 and in Mar 005 noted at Guthrie aAF< Fort Rucker, Alabama.
				20330 (MSN 13154) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				20331 (MSN 13155) to Thailand in 2003.
				20333 (MSN 13157) to Vietnam Veterans Assoc #571, Hermansville, MI
				20334/20339 (MSN 13158/13163)  sold to Turkish Army
					20336 (MSN 13160) to Turkish Army as 13002.
					20339 (MSN 13163) to Turkish Army as 11006
71-20340/20865		Bell OH-58A Kiowa
				MSN 41201/41726
				20340 (MSN 41201) to N912PC Aug 1995.
				20341 (MSN 41202) currently N911BN, registration N653HA reserved May 18, 2005
				20342 (MSN 41203) converted to OH-58D 86-8923.
				20344 (MSN 41205) to N995SD Feb 26, 1997.  On Jun 6, 2013 to N239PS with Pasadena Police Department, Altadena, California.
				20345 (MSN 41206) stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Niagara County Sheriffs Dept, Lockport, NY, Jul 20 2016 
				20347 (MSN 41208) converted to OH-58D 91-0536
				20348 (MSN 41209) converted to OH-58D 87-0728
				20349 (MSN 41210) noted Mar 8, 2005 preserved at gate to Shell AHP, Fort
					Rucker, AL
				20351 (MSN 41212, A Coy/1-114th Avn) rashed 4 mi NE of Green Forrest, Caroll
					County, Arkansas Aug 9, 2006 while assisting state police with counter-
					narcotics operations.  Both occupants injured.  AFM 10/2006
				20352 (MSN 41213) to N149KY Apr 29, 1999
				20354 converted to OH-58C. To civil registry as N122BX Jun 1995.  Then to N354NS Aug 17, 2004.
				20355 (MSN 41216) w/o Mar 28, 1990
				20356 (MSN 41217) converted to OH-58C. To Henry County Sheriffs Dept as N911PT May 1996, then registered to Blair Helicopter 
					Services, Inc as N911PT.  While conducting agricultural spray operation and experienced a flight control anomaly
					Impacted terrain near Riverdale, California January 8, 2013, with one serious injury
					& substantial damage to the forward portion of the fuselage and tailboom assembly
				20358 (MSN 41219) became N5092K with Cedar Rapids, IA police force.  Reported
					to be up for auction.
				20360 (MSN 41221) noted at Gulfport/Biloxi RAP, MS Aug 20, 2003, apparently for scrapping
				20362 (MSN 41223) converted to OH-58C. To civil registry as N58EA May 1996.  Then to N444JB Oct 28, 1997.
				20363 (MSN 41224) to Montana Highway Patrol as N152HP May 9, 1996. Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Executive Air Hangar, Helena, MT, Jul 5 2017
				20366 (MSN 41227) registered N258RC Jun 16, 2004
				20367 (MSN 41228) allocated civil regiatration N993YC
				20368 (MSN 41229) converted to OH-58D 88-0311.
				20369 (MSN 41230) 20369 OH-58C Martin County Sheriff's Office (parts donor), stripped hulk for sale by GSA 
					Auctions at Stuart, FL, Oct 20, 2016.
				20370 (MSN 41231) Martin County Sheriff's Office (parts donor), stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Stuart, 
						FL, Oct 20, 2016
				20373 (MSN 41234) converted to OH-58D 85-24704
				20374 (MSN 41235) to N915PC Dec 5, 1996
				20376 (MSN 41237) converted to OH-58C.  To North Carolina Dept of Fish and Wildlife in 1995.  TO US Navy as 710376
					May 1997.
				20379 (MSN 41240) converted to OH-58D 86-8925.
				20380 (MSN 41241) converted to OH-58D 87-0760.
				20382 (MSN 41243) converted to OH-58D 89-0101
				20383 (MSN 41244) registration N911YP reserved Mar 5, 1995,
					taken up Apr 13, 2005.  On Apr 18, 2005, registration 
					N912YC was reserved, taken up Mar 27, 2006
				20384 (MSN 41245) converted to OH-58C. To Orange County Sheriff's Office as N384CS Jun 5, 1996.
				20385 (MSN 41246) converted to OH-58D 87-0732.
				20386 (MSN 41247) converted to OH-58C. To civil registry as N911HT.
				20387 (MSN 41248) to Henry County Sheriff's Department as N901TN Feb 1997.
				20388 (MSN 41249) to US Navy as 710388.  noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001	
				20389 (MSN 41250) registration N4206Z reserved Nov 19, 2004,
					taken up Dec 14, 2004.  With Cedar Rapids, Iowa police department.
					Reported to be up for auction.
				20390 (MSN 41251) became N213FL with Florida Department of Law
					Enforcement.  Registration N911SL reserved Dec 16, 2008,
					taken up Jan 5, 2009.  Offered for sale by auction Feb 20, 2015
				20391 (MSN 41252) to Missouri State Highway Patrol as N60MP Sep 5, 1996.  
 					In October 2016 on display at the H.E.A.R.T.S Veterans Museum of Texas, Huntsville, Texas. 
				20394 was N42TN, registration N24TF reserved Jan 16, 2008
				20396 (MSN 41257) owned by T&M Aviation, Inc of Youngsville, LA as N139RD and used for agricultural
					and pest control spraying
				20400 (MSN 41261) converted to OH-58D as 91-0554
				20401 (MSN 41262) became N212FL with Florida Department of Law Enforcement 	
				20403 (MSN 41264) to N941SC,then to N208CC.  Damaged in hard landing.  Offered for sale by auction Feb 3, 2015
				20406 (MSN 41267) converted to OH-58D 91-00539
				20407 (MSN 41268) converted to OH-58D 91-00547.
				20409 (MSN 41270) converted to OH-58D 89-00086.
				20411 (MSN 41272) with Altadena Police Department, stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at
					Altadena, CA Aug 23, 2016 
				20412 (MSN 41273) to N401SP
				20413 (MSN 41274) converted to OH-58D 88-00296.
				20417 (MSN 41278) to N906SP Jul 1996
				20419 (MSN 41280) to N911JP with Polk County Sheriffs Office from May 1997.
					Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Bartow, FL, Dec 27 2016, 
				20424 (MSN 41285) to N63261 with Pinellas County Sheriffs Office from Jul 1998. 
					Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Indian River County Sheriff, Vero Beach, FL, Sep 23. 2014 
				20425 (MSN 41286) converted to OH-58D 85-24718	
				20427 (MSN 41288, OH-58C) crashed Oct 19, 1993.
				20428 (MSN 41289) to N9287U as a crop duster
				20429 (MSN 41290) allocated civil registration N340SP, then N301HA.  
					Sold to Chile as CC-CID, registeed Sep 24, 2007 to T. S. Brock as CC-PYD
				20431 (MSN 41292) converted to OH-58D 88-00320.
				20435 (MSN 41296) became N16JD.  Reported damaged at Muddy Gap Junction, 
					WY May 30, 2006.  Reported Jan 2008 as N197PD with Colorado
					Springs Police Department but grounded due to budget
					cuts and up for disposal.
				20436 (MSN 41297) converted to OH-58D 86-08916
				20437 (MSN 41298) converted to OH-58D 86-08917.
				20439 (MSN 41300) converted to 0H-58C.  To N82778 with Bay County Sheriffs Office from May 1995
				20440 (MSN 41301) to N144KC.  To civil registry as N916PD Jun 10, 1996.
				20444 (MSN 41305, OH-58C) to N325JC with Jackson County Sheriffs Office from Mar 1996.
				20449 (MSN 41310) to N911PC Aug 1995.
				20452 (MSN 41313O to Kentucky State Police as N220SP.
				20453 (MSN 41314) concerted to OH-58D 89-00100.
				20454 (MSN 41315) converted to OH-58D 88-00316.
				20455 (MSN 41316) reported Feb 2009 to have been used by Omaha Police
					Dept, NE as N109PD since Feb 1996
				20456 (MSN 41317) believed to be the helicopter noted Mar 15, 2004 at 1108th AVCRAD,
					Gulfport-Biloxi RAP, MAS completely painted over for use as a 
					travelling exhibit.  Noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Hall, Fort
					Rucker, AL.  Seen at Pinal Airport, AZ Jan 2008.
				20457 (MSN 41318) converted to OH-58D 88-00299.
				20458 (MSN 41319) registered as N154PD
				20460 (MSN 41321) registration N460SC reserved Feb 2, 2007, taken up Mar 20, 2007
				20461 (MSN 41322) St Johns Sheriff's Office, stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at St Augustine, FL Mar 8, 2016.
				20462 (MSN 41323). Was N559CP; reregistered N559CR Jul 29, 2003
				20464 (MSN 41325) converted to OH-58D 93-00945.
				20466 (MSN 41397) to N65150 Feb 1997
				20468 (MSN 41329) at Army Aviation Museum at Ft. Rucker Dec 2004.
				20471 (MSN 41332) to civil register as N106CS with Charlotte County Sheriffs Office, Punta Gorda, Florida. 
				20472 (MSN 41333) to N155SA Jan 1997
				20473 (MSN 41334) to N284SP with Missouri State Highway Patrol from Aug 1996.  To Pasco County Sheriffs 
					Office Jan 2009.
				20475 (MSN 41336) noted Mar 2010 stored at Veterans Memorial Museum, Huntsville, Alabama
				20476 (MSN 41337, OH-58C) to N911PP with Chelan County Sheriffs Office from Jul 1996
				20477 (MSN 41338) to N301TD with Omaha Police Department from Apr 1996.  Registration cancelled Apr 2001.
					N301TD City of Omaha Sheriffs Dept, stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Omaha, NE, Dec 27 2016
				20479 (MSN 41340) to N513LC with Lake County Sheriff Dept from Jul 1996.
				20480 (MSN 41341) converted to OH-58D 88-00300.
				20481 (MSN 41342) noted in disposal yard at Fort Rucker Mar 2002.
				20488 (MSN 41349) w/o May 19, 1995
				20489 (MSN 41350) registered N58VW Oct 2002
				20490 (MSN 41351) converted to OH-58D 87-00740.
				20492 (MSN 41353) to North Carolina Dept of Fish and Wildlife in 1995
				20493 (MSN 41354) is N603MP, registration N904DD reserved Nov 19, 2004, taken up
					May 20, 2005.  N904DD cancelled Nov 1, 2006 on sale to owner in Canada.
					registered Jul 4, 2007 to Quebec, Inc of Blainville, QC as
					C-GMWL.
				20494 (MSN 41355) converted to OH-58D 91-00563.
				20495 (MSN 41356) became N9273T.  Registration cancelled by FAA Jan 5, 2005 as
					written off at Beaumont, TX Sep 15, 2004.
				20497 (MSN 41358, 11th AHB) w/o Sep 16, 1988.
				20500 (MSN 41361) to N9116U Dec 2001
				20501 (MSN 41362) to N915SL with St.Lucie County Sheriffs Office Jun 1997.
				20503 (MSN 41364) became N173SA, reregistered N211PS Feb 28, 2005.  stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions 
					at Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, Montgomery, AL, Mar 24 2017
				20504 (MSN 41365) became N1851S
				20511 (MSN 41372) converted to OH-58D(R) 96-00120.
				20512 (MSN 41373) on display at 2nd ACR Museum at Fort Polk, Louisiana in Aug 2003.
				20514 (MSN 41375) to N1405
				20515 (MSN 41376) to N10LC
				20516 (MSN 41377) noted Apr 2004 at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC
				20517 (MSN 41378, OH-58C) to N60MP with Missouri State Highway Patrol Sep 1996.
				20518 (MSN 41379) to N799RC Nov 1996
				20521 (MSN 41382) to N63086 with Osceola County Sheriffs Office Mar 1997.
				20522 (MSN 41383) to N82786 with California Highway Patrol Jun 1995.
				20524 (MSN 41385) converted to OH-58D(R) 92-00576.
				20525 (MSN 41386) converted to OH-58D(R) 92-00578.
				20527 (MSN 41388) registration N1045C reserved Oct 2002, taken up Nov 2002
				20529 (MSN 41390) converted to OH-58D 90-00355.
				20530 (MSN 41391) registered N2503Q Dec 2002.  Registration cancelled Apr 26, 2004
					as 'sold to owner in Mexico'
				20532 (MSN 41393) currently N808CP, registration N298CP reserved 
					Oct 4, 2006, taken up Jan 31, 2007.
				20533 (MSN 41394) Registered N244RP Apr 1, 2003.  Registration cancelled Mar 19, 207
					as "hit cars on takeoff, St Augustine, FL Jun 29, 2005.
				20535 (MSN 41396) to civil registry as N391LC Apr 1997.
				20536 (MSN 41397) to civil registry as N110FC with US Forest Service Sep 1999.
				20537 (MSN 41398) to civil registry as N529ZS, sale reported.
				20539 (MSN 41400)  converted to OH-58D 90-00348.
				20540 (MSN 41401) to N151HP with Montana Highway Patrol May 1996.
				20543 (MSN 41404) converted to OH-58D 87-00747.
				20544 (MSN 41405, OH-58C) to civil registry as N1851W.
				20545 (MSN 41406) registration N521AH reserved Aug 5, 2014.
				20551 (MSN 41412) converted to OH-58D 86-08926.
				20552 (MSN 41413) converted to OH-58D 87-00759.
				20553 (MSN 41414) converted to OH-58D 86-08915.
				20554 (MSN 41415) to US Navy Sep 1990 as 710554. Gone by Sep 1998.
				20556 (MSN 41417, OH-58C) sold to owner in Mexico Oct 1996, to XB-KYY
				20557 (MSN 41418) converted to OH-58D(I) 91-00537.
				20562 (MSN 41423) converted to OH-58D 90-00351.
				20563 (MSN 41424) noted in disposal yard at Fort Rucker Mar 2002.
				20565 (MSN 41426) reported to have been used for spare parts by Cedar Rapids, IA
					police force and to be up for auction.  Has been registered
					N581LR
				20568 (MSN 41429) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001	
				20569 (MSN 41430) to N4092Y with Leon County Sheriffs Dept Jun 1995.
				20571 (MSN 41432) in use at C-17 Cargo Compartment Trainer at Altus AFB, Oklahoma in Jan 2009.
				20576 (MSN 41437) crashed May 9, 2001.   User at time of loss was NTC Eagle Team.
					Aircraft crashed after entering uncontrollable spin, crew was unhurt.  Stripped hulk for sale by GSA
					Auctions at Kingman, AZ.	
				20577 (MSN 41438) to civil registry as N724RS Oct 1995.
				20578 (MSN 41439) is RAID/homeland security aircraft with IN National Guard.	
				20579 (MSN 41440) converted to OH-58D 90-00356.
				20581 (MSN 41442) converted to OH-58D(I) 92-00580.
				20583 (MSN 41444) to civil registry as N338SP; N357SD reserved November 2002.
				20589 (MSN 41450) to N919AU with Knox County Sheriff Dept Jun 1997.  W/o in 1997. Registration cancelled 
					Jan 1998 as "destroyed".
				20592 (MSN 41453, OH-58C) to N295CC with Clayton County Police Dept Apr 1996.
				20594 (MSN 41455, OH-58C) to civil registry as N63PD Jun 1995.
				20596 (MSN 41457, OH-58C) to N132PD with Puerto Rico Police Dept Jun 1995.  
					Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Puerto Rico Policia, Toa Baja, PR, Sep 4 2014 
				20597 (MSN 41458) to civil registry as N82854 May 1995. Sold to owner in Mexico Sep 1997
				20599 (MSN 41460) became N214FL with Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Stripped hulk for sale by 
					GSA Auctions at Charlotte County Sheriff's Office, Punta Gorda, FL, Jun 12 2017
				20600 (MSN 41461) to N103RK
				20601 (MSN 41462) converted to OH-58D(I) 92-00572.
				20602 (MSN 41463, 1-183rd AVN ID NG) crashed Jun 19, 1997.
				20603 (MSN 41464) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				20605 to Special Operations Section, Lakeland Police Dept, Lakeland, FL (received as non-flyable). Stripped hulk for sale 
					by GSA Auctions at Lakeland Police Dept, Lakeland, FL, Oct 1, 2014 	
				20606 (MSN 41467) to N604MP with Memphis Police Dept Jan 1997.  Destroyed in Jan 2000, registry cancelled by 
					FAA Mar 8, 2000.
				20607 (MSN 41468) 
				20610 (MSN 41471) converted to OH-58D 91-00557.
				20611 (MSN 41472) to civil registry as N160SA Oct 1996.
				20612 (MSN 41473) with RAID unit of WA ARNG, Fort Lewis , WA in 2009		
				20613 (MSN 41474) registered N613SS Nov 2002
				20615 (MSN 41476) to Ventura County Sheriffs Dept. Registered to N615NS Nov 2005.
				20616 (MSN 41477) to N65110 with San Francisco Police Dept Mar 1997.
				20617 (MSN 41478) allocated civil registration N992YC.
				20620 (MSN 41481) to N114FC with USDA Forest Service May 2000.
				20622 (MSN 41483) registered N910SL Sep 16, 2005.
				20624 (MSN 41485, 2-229th Avn) crashed near Nellis AFB, NV Apr 18, 1994. 2 killed.
				20625 (MSN 41486, OH-58C) to N121BX with Baxter County Sheriffs Dept Nov 1995. 
					O/a white c/s with narrow gold & black cheatline, "ARKANSAS 
					SHERIFF" and "D.A.R.E." titles. Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Baxter County Sheriff's Office, 
					Mountain Home, AR, Jun 12 2017
				20626 (MSN 41487, OH-58C) to civil registry as N626SD Oct 1996.
				20627 (MSN 41488) to OH-58C.   Registration N232FC reserved Nov 14, 2006,
					taken up Jan 3, 2007.  USAACE, Fort Rucker, AL. N232FC Faulkner County Sheriffs Office, 
					Conway, AR, stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Greenbrier, AR, Jan 3 2017
				20629 (MSN 41490) to N120BX
				20630 (MSN 41491) to N258LE with Collier County Sheriffs Office Nov 1998.			
				20631 (MSN 41492) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				20633 (MSN 41494) converted to OH-58D 88-00305.
				20634 (MSN 41495) converted to OH-58D 85-24703.
				20635 (MSN 41496) w/o May 6, 1977
				20636 (MSN 41497, OH-58C) to N890SC with Stoddard County Police Dept Apr 1996.
				20637 (MSN 41498) converted to OH-58D 90-00376.
				20638 (MSN 41499) converted to OH-58D 91-00542.
				20639 (MSN 41500) converted to OH-58D 87-00735.
				20642 (MSN 41503) was N642SD, reregistered N76PD Jan 2002.
				20643 (MSN 41504) registration N88977 reserved Apr 30, 1997, cancelled Nov 14, 2005
				20646 (MSN 41507) civilianized as N108AG, then cancelled due to sale to Mexico
				20649 (MSN 41510) converted to OH-58D 85-24722
				20650 (MSN 41511) to N65144 with Canton Police Dept Sep 1997.
				20651 (MSN 41512) to civil registry as N157SA Jan 1997.
				20654 (MSn 41515) with Pulaski Sheriff's Dept May 1972.  Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions
					at Somerset, KY Aug 23, 2016
				20657 (MSN 41518) reported May 1, 2007 to be used for spare parts by Cedar Rapids, IA police
					force and remains to be up for auction
				20660 (MSN 41521) to civil registry as N39FA Jun 1996.		
				20663 (MSN 41524). Became N6385M. April 2004 issue of 'Air 
					Forces Monthly' reports it gone to Dominican Army as EN-1903
				20665 (MSN 41526) w/o Mar 9, 1985
				20666 (MSN 41527, OH-58C) to N83MP with Missouri State Highway Patrol May 1996. To N183MP Nov 1997.
				20668 (MSN 41529) converted to OH-58D 85-24707.
				20669 (MSN 41530) converted to OH-58D 85-24700.
				20670 (MSN 41531, OH-58C) to civil registry as N9142S.  Brevard County Sheriffs Dept, Titusville, FL. 
					Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Merritt Island, FL, Dec 5 2016
				20671 (MSN 41532, OH-58C) to civil registry as N911BD.
				20673 (MSN 41534, OH-58C) to N911AW with Knox County Sheriffs Dept Jan 1997
				20678 (MSN 41539) converted to OH-58D(I) 93-00941
				20679 (MSN 41540) was N912HP, registration cancelled Sep 15, 2004 as sold to
					owner in Mexico.  Was never registered in Mexico, restored to US
					US register as N912HP Feb 11, 2005
				20680 (MSN 41541) registration N85359 reserved Apr 13, 2007,
					taken up May 31, 2007.
				20681 (MSN 41542) converted to OH-58D 85-24698.
				20683 (MSN 41544) parts donor aircraft, olive drab/orange c/s coded '83E', Newark Police Dept, NJ. 
					Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Croydon, PA, Jul 20 2016 
				20686 (MSN 41547) converted to OH-58D 89-00098.
				20687 (MSN 41548) crashed Oct 23, 1992.
				20690 (MSN 41551) to civil registry as N582TX Feb 1997
				20691 (MSN 41552) to civil registry as N51747 Feb 1997.
				20693 (MSN 41554) to civil registry as N693 Aug 1997
				20694 (MSN 41555) converted to OH-58D 91-00559.
				20695 (MSN 41556) converted to OH-58D 85-24693.
				20696 (MSN 41557) converted to OH-58D 88-00288.
				20697 (MSN 41558) to N9240N with McLennan County Sheriffs Dept Jan 1996.
				20699 (MSN 41560) to N699BC
				20700 (MSN 41561) 'OU812' located at 4x4 training course, N Carolina Highway Patrol, Raleigh, NC. 
					Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions, Dec 5 2016, 
				20701 (MSN 41562). Registered N50070 May 28, 2003
				20703 (MSN 41564) delivered from Bell Aircraft, Fort Worth, TX.
					Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, VA Aug 1, 1972.
					Registered as NASA 540.  Later converted to OH-58D(I) 92-00581.
				20704 (MSN 41565, OH-58C) to N299CC with Clayton County Police Dept Apr 1996.
				20706 (MSN 41567) to N525JC with Jackson County Sheriffs Dept Aug 1997.
				20711 (MSN 41572) converted to OH-58D 91-00564.
				20712 (MSN 41573) to civil registry as N7120
				20713 (MSN 41574, OH-58C): Became N830SD. Registration cancelled Sep 16, 2003 on sale to owner 
					in Mexico.  Became N830SD, reported sold to unknown owner in Mexico September 2003.
				20721 (MSN 41582) to N834PD, then was N54AG, registration N727LA reserved Jun 14, 2007, taken up Jul 31, 2007.
				20723 (MSN 41584) with Clover Park Technical College, WA Jul 2006
				20725 (MSN 41586) w/o May 18, 1988
				20729 (MSN 41590) to N1911 with Washoe County Sheriffs Office Jan 1997
				20731 (MSN 41592) converted to OH-58D 88-00303.
				20735 (MSN 41596) to N1148Z with Osceola County Sheriffs Office Sep 1996.
				20738 (MSN 41599) converted to OH-58D(I) 92-00575.
				20740 (MSN 41601) to N556CP, then to N556CR, registration N650MH reserved Apr 20, 2005, taken up May 18, 2005
				20742 (MSN 41603) converted to OH-58D 91-00538.
				20743 (MSN 41604) converted to OH-58D 86-08908.
				20744 (MSN 41605) converted to OH-58D 86-08919.
				20745 (MSN 41606) converted to OH-58D 87-00729.
				20746 (MSN 41607). Became N32927. April 2004 issue of 'Air 
					Forces Monthly' reports it gone to Dominican Army as EN-1900
				20747 (MSN 41608) converted to OH-58D 85-24692.
				20748 (MSN 41609) at a veterans park in Tampa, FL.  At Hillsborough
					County Veterans Memorial Park, US 301 Sep 2006
				20749 (MSN 41610, OH-58C) to N595AF May 1996
				20751 (MSN 41612, OH-58C) to N133PD with Puerto Rico Police Dept Jun 1995.  To Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				20753 (MSN 41614, OH-58C) to N170SC with Seminole County Sheriffs Office Jun 1995.
				20757 (MSN 41618) to N65018, then to N319LC with Pasco County Sheriffs Office Jan 1998.
				20758 (MSN 41619) converted to OH-58D 87-00736
				20759 (MSN 41620, JOH-58C) w/o Mar 20, 1985.
				20761 (MSN 41622) to civil registry as N514LC
				20762 (MSN 41623) registration N7514J reserved Aug 9, 2006,
					taken up Jan 12, 2007.  N7514J OH-58C stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Charleston, SC, Jan 05 2016 
				20764 (MSN 41625) to N308HP with North Carolina State Highway Patrol May 1995.
				20765 (MSN 41626) to N911AF with Marion County Sheriffs Dept Jan 1995.
				20766 (MSN 41627) stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Pierre, SD, Dec 5 2016
				20767 (MSN 41628) to N304SD with Harrison County Sheriffs Dept Sep 1995.
				20772 (MSN 41633) w/o Mar 7, 1985.
				20773 (MSN 41634, OH-58C) to N31JA with Jicarilla Apache Police Dept Apr 1996. Begin to spin out of control 
					and crashed near Lindrith, NM Jan 11, 2000. 1 injured.
				20774 (MSN 41635) to N40920 with Leon County Sheriffs Dept Jun 1995.
				20775 (MSN 41636) NTPS, Fort Rucker, AL, donated to Light Horse Legacy, Peoria, AZ.  Being restored
					to flight status.
				20776 (MSN 41637) to N512LC with Lake County Sheriff Dept Jul 1996.
				20777 (MSN 41638) registration N920HP reserved Jan 3, 2007, taken up Mar 28, 2007
				20779 (MSN 41640, OH-58C) to N58GD Jun 1995. To N179SJ Sep 1999.
				20780 (MSN 41641) w/o Oct 16, 1990.
				20781 (MSN 41642) converted to OH-58D(I) 92-00577.
				20782 (MSN 41643) to civil registry as N965MC Aug 1995.
				20784 (MSN 41645) converted to OH-58D(I) 92-00596.
				20785 (MSN 41646) to civil registry as N164HP Jul 1996.  To Jackson County Sheriff, Marianna, FL 
					(received as non-flyable). Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Jackson County Sheriff, 
					Marianna, FL, Oct 1, 2014
				20786 (MSN 41647) to civil registry as N15HC. Registration cancelled as "destroyed" Sep 29, 2000
				20787 (MSN 41648) to N1850W with Santa Barbara County Sheriffs Dept Dec 1996.
				20788 (MSN 41649) to civil registry as N788SD Aug 1998.
				20789 (MSN 41650, 2-82nd Avn) crashed on heavy fog near Fort Bragg Aug 15, 1989. 3 killed.
				20790 (MSN 41651) to N305HP with North Carolina State Highway Patrol Feb 1995.
					For sale as scrap by GSA Auctions at State Highway Patrol, Raleigh, NC, Jun 17, 2014 
				20791 (MSN 41652) to civil registry as N7221R Jul 1997.
				20794 (MSN 41655) to N306HP with North Carolina State Highway Patrol Feb 1995.
				20795 (MSN 41656) converted to OH-58D 85-24726.
				20796 (MSN 41657) shot down over North Korea 12/17/94.  On display at Victorious Fatherland Liberation
					War Museum, Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
				20799 (MSN 41660) to US Navy as 710799.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				20801 (MSN 41662) to N651RC with Richland County Sheriff Dept Aug 1999
				20803 (MSN 41664) noted withdrawn from use at Cairns AAF Mar 2002.
				20805 (MSN 41666) converted to OH-58D 89-00116.
				20806 (MSN 41667) to North Carolina Dept of Fish and Wildlife in 1995.
				20810 (MSN 41671) currently N88UT, registration N8076U reserved
					Dec 3, 2008, taken up Mar 3, 2009.
				20813 (MSN 41674, OH-58C) to N813CS with Orange County Sheriff's Office Jun 1996.
				20814 (MSN 41675) to US Navy as 120814 Sep 1990
				20815 (MSN 41676) to civil registry as N158SA Jan 1997.
				20817 (MSN 41678) noted Mar 2002 in disposal yard at Fort Rucker
				20818 (MSN 41679) registration N728LA reserved Mar 23, 2005, 
					taken up May 5, 2005.	Registration N786NM reserved Mar 19, 2007
				20819 (MSN 41680) to N812PD with Omaha Police Dept Apr 1997.
				20820 (MSN 41681) at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				20822 (MSN 41683, OH-58C) to civil registry as N82855 May 1995.
				20823 (MSN 41684) registration N94550 reserved Nov 17, 2006, taken up Dec 7, 2006.
				20825 (MSN 41686) to civil registry as N392LC Apr 1997.
				20827 (MSN 41688) converted to OH-58D 87-00746.
				20828 (MSN 41689) to parts donor Stanislaus Sheriff Dept, Modesto, CA. Stripped hulk for sale by GSA 
					Auctions at K9 Training Ctr, Stanislaus Sheriff Dept, Modesto, CA, Oct 1, 2014 
				20832 (MSN 41693) converted to OH-58D 86-08930.
				20834 (MSN 41695) converted to OH-58D 85-24733.
				20835 (MSN 41696) crashed Sept 7, 1990.
				20837 (MSN 41698) crashed Mar 20, 1989.
				20838 (MSN 41699, OH-58C) to N838SD Oct 1996. To N699TH Aug 2001.
				20839 (MSN 41700, OH-58C, 1-212th Avn) w/o Jul 17, 2000
				20840 (MSN 41701) to N310SP
				20841 (MSN 41702, OH-58C) to civil registry as N462MC May 1996. Sold in Mexico Jun 1998. To XB-HFV
				20842 (MSN 41703) to civil registry as N7UT Apr 1998. Crashed during autorotation at Woods Cross, UT Feb 11, 2000. 
					2 killed.
				20843 (MSN 41704) registered an N5800K as a crop duster.
				20844 (MSN 41705) to civil registry as N9254R Jun 1996. To N844NS.
				20848 (MSN 41709) converted to OH-58D 85-24696.
				20850 (MSN 41711) to civil registry as N176SA Oct 1996.
				20851 (MSN 41712) is N337SP; registration N802JB reserved Mar 28, 2003.
				20855 (MSN 41716) to civil registry as as N7201K (ntu) then N900PD.  Crashed Dec 7, 1998
					at Little Rock, AR.
				20857 (MSN 41718) to N213LC
				20858 (MSN 41719) to N307HP with North Carolina State Highway Partol Feb 1995.
				20862 (MSN 41723) stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Pasadena Police Dept, Pasadena, CA, Jul 17 2014 
				20864 (MSN 41725, GOH-58A) noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Hall, Fort Rucker
71-20866/20939		Bell COH-58A Kiowa
				MSN 44001/44074.  For Canadian Armed Forces as 136201/136274 under the CAF designation CH-136
				20866 (MSN 44001) to CAF as 136201 Nov 4, 1971. To civil registry as N5869Y May 1998.
				20867 (MSN 44002) to CAF as 136202 Nov 4, 1971
				20868 (MSN 44003) to CAF as 136203 Dec 14, 1971. To civil registry as N61472.  Now VH-BJK, remanufactured as AMT011
				20869 (MSN 44004) to CAF as 136204 Dec 14, 1971.
				20870 (MSN 44005) to CAF as 136205 Dec 14, 1971. On display on plinth at CFB Valcartier, Quebec in Oct 1997. 
				20871 (MSN 44006) to CAF as 136206 Dec 14, 1971.
				20872 (MSN 44007) to CAF as 136207 Dec 14, 1971.
				20873 (MSN 44008) to CAF as 136208 Jan 11, 1972. To civil registry as N7237R. Sold in Mexico Dec 2000.
				20874 (MSN 44009) to CAF as 136209 Jan 11, 1972
				20875 (MSN 44010) to CAF as 136210 Jan 11, 1972.
				20876 (MSN 44011) to CAF as 136211 Jan 11, 1972 and preserved in 1977 at St Hubert, Montreal, still present Jul 2011.
				20877 (MSN 44012) to CAF as 136212 Jan 11, 1972
				20878 (MSN 44013) to CAF as 136213 Jan 11, 1972. (400th Sqn) w/o Jun 16, 1995.
				20879 (MSN 44014) to CAF as 136214 Jan 11, 1972. (400th Sqn) w/o Mar 17, 1994
				20880 (MSN 44015) to CAF as 136215 Feb 15, 1972. (411th Sqn) w/o Jul 4, 1990.
				20881 (MSN 44016) to CAF as 136216 Feb 15, 1972.  Preserved Oct 1997 at Canadian Foces Base Gagetown, New Brunswick
				20882 (MSN 44017) to CAF as 136217 Feb 15, 1972.  To civil registry as N7237K. To N136C.
				20883 (MSN 44018) to CAF as 136218 Feb 15, 1972.  Became N6150Z.  Registered May 9, 2008
					to AMT Helicopters P/L of Caboolture as VH-EQT
				20884 (MSN 44019) to CAF as 136219 Feb 15, 1972.  To civilian registry as N6153X.  To user in
					Australia Nov 8, 2005 as VH-ODI.  To A. M. T. Helicopters P/L of Caboolture as
					VH-DJW, remanufactured as AMT007
				20885 (MSN 44020) to CAF as 136220 Mar 8, 1972.
				20886 (MSN 44021) to CAF as 136221 Mar 8, 1972
				20887 (MSN 44022) to CAF as 136222 Mar 8, 1972
				20888 (MSN 44023) to CAF as 136223 Mar 8, 1972, then N6352J.  To
					Airwork Helicopters of Caboolture Dec 6, 2004 as VH-AGK and reconstructed as MSN AMT002
				20889 (MSN 44024) to CAF as 136224 Mar 8, 1972
				20890 (MSN 44025) to CAF as 136225 Mar 8, 1972
				20891 (MSN 44026) to CAF as 136226 Mar 24, 1972, then N6351C, then VH-JWY, then VH-TES, remanufactured as MSN AMT004 
				20892 (MSN 44027) to CAF as 136227 Mar 24, 1972.   Became N6350V.  Registered May 9, 2008
					to AMT Helicopter P/R of caboolture as VH-LTX 
				20893 (MSN 44028) to CAF as 126228 Mar 24, 1972, then to N6340X.  To user in Australia
					Jul 11, 2006 as VH-OSX
				20894 (MSN 44029) to CAF as 136229 Mar 24, 1972. To civil registry as N7242V.
				20895 (MSN 44030) to CAF as 136230 Mar 24, 1972
				20896 (MSN 44031) to CAF as 136231 Mar 24, 1972, then became N63050L.  Registration
					cancelled on sale to owner in Canada.  Registered Jul 19, 2008
					to Convergent Technology Consulting P/L of Clarence Point as VH-YAR
				20897 (MSN 44032) to CAF as 136232 Mar 24, 1972. To civil registry as N7237J.
				20898 (MSN 44033) to CAF as 136233 Apr 20, 1972. To Dominican Republic as 3054.
				20899 (MSN 44034) to CAF as 136234 Apr 20, 1972.  Became N6342X.  Registered
					May 9, 2008 to AMT Helicopters P/L of Caboolture as VH-PKG, now VH-SID, remanufactured as MSN AMT003
				20900 (MSN 44035) to CAF as 136235 Apr 20, 1972.
				20901 (MSN 44036) to CAF as 136236 Apr 20, 1972
				20902 (MSN 44037) to CAF as 136237 Apr 20, 1972. To civil registry as N6344M, then to VH-ABB. Converted to AMT 
					OH-58A (MSN AMT 010).
				20903 (MSN 44038) to CAF as 136238 Apr 20, 1972. To civil registry as N7242U.
				20904 (MSN 44039) to CAF as 136239 Apr 20, 1972.  Became N72369, then
					N27KR.  Registered to Canadian user May 8, 2007 as C-GYBT
				20905 (MSN 44040) to CAF as 136240 May 19, 1972. (403rd Sqn) w/o Feb 5, 1993.
				20906 (MSN 44041) to CAF as 136241 May 19, 1972
				20907 (MSN 44042) to CAF as 136242 May 19, 1972. (408th Sqn) w/o Jul 7, 1988.
				20908 (MSN 44043) to CAF as 136243 May 19, 1972.
				20909 (MSN 44044) to CAF as 136244 May 19, 1972. W/o Jul 4, 1978. To instructional airframe.
				20910 (MSN 44045) to CAF as 136245 May 19, 1972, then became N6210V.
					Registration cancelled on sale to owner in Canada
				20911 (MSN 44046) to CAF as 136246 Jun 12, 1972. (430th Sqn) w/o Jul 18, 1979.
				20912 (MSN 44047) to CAF as 136247 Jun 12, 1972.
				20913 (MSN 44048) to CAF as 136248 Jun 12, 1972.
				20914 (MSN 44049) to CAF as 136249 Jun 12, 1972, then N62276.  To
					Perkins Engineering P/o of Moorabbin as VH-JEH, remanufactured as MSN AMT001.
				20915 (MSN 44050) to CAF as 136250 Jun 12, 1972.
				20916 (MSN 44051) to CAF as 136251 Uun 12, 1972.  Then became N6228C, registered Jul 14, 2005
					to Airwork Helicopters of Caboolture as VH-MZN, remanufactured as MSN AMT005
				20917 (MSN 44052) to CAF as 136252 Jun 12, 1972. To Dominican Republic as 3055.
				20918 (MSN 44053) to CAF as 136253 Jun 12, 1972, to civil registry as N61478.  Registered Aug 19, 2005
					to Airwork Helicopters of Caboolture, Queensland as VH-FFZ, remanufactured as AMT006 
				20919 (MSN 44054) to CAF as 136254 Jun 12, 1972. To civil registry as N72367. Sold in Australia Feb 2001.
				20920 (MSN 44055) to CAF as 136255 Jun 12, 1972.
				20921 (MSN 44056) to CAF as 136256 Aug 9, 1972. (3rd CFFTS) w/o May 5, 1994.
				20922 (MSN 44057) to CAF as 136257 Aug 9, 1972
				20923 (MSN 44058) to CAF as 136258 Aug 9, 1972. (427th Sqn) w/o Jun 12, 1985.
				20924 (MSN 44059) to CAF as 136259 Aug 9, 1972.
				20925 (MSN 44060) to CAF as 136260 Aug 9, 1972. To civil registry as N6348U. Sold in Australia Nov 2004 and 
					remanufactured as AMT008, registered as VH-BQT
				20926 (MSN 44061) to CAF as 136261 Aug 9, 1972. To civil registry as N72365.
				20927 (MSN 44062) to CAF as 136262 Aug 29, 1972.  Then became N6167A, registered to user
					in Australia as VH-FUX Mar 17, 2005.
				20928 (MSN 44063) to CAF as 136263 Aug 29, 1972. To civil registry as N7236Z. Sold in Mexico Jun 1998
				20929 (MSN 44064) to CAF as 136264 Aug 29, 1972, then N6347Q.  Registered 
					Jan 21, 2004 to T. P. Osborne of Stanley, Australia as VH-OSO
				20930 (MSN 44065) to CAF as 136265 Aug 29, 1972. (422nd Sqn) w/o Feb 17, 1977.
				20931 (MSN 44066) to CAF as 136266 Aug 29, 1972. (408th Sqn) w/o Jan 28, 1978.
				20932 (MSN 44067) to CAF as 136267 Aug 29, 1972. (408th Sqn) w/o May 9, 1974
				20933 (MSN 44068) to CAF as 136268 Aug 29, 1972. (408th Sqn) w/o Nov 16, 1984.
				20934 (MSN 44069) to CAF as 136269 Aug 29, 1972
				20935 (MSN 44070) to CAF as 136270 Oct 12, 1972.  Became N6436E.  Registered Dec 19, 2003 to Australian
					civil registry as VH-OSQ.
				20936 (MSN 44071) to CAF as 136271 Oct 12, 1972. To civil registry as N7236N.
				20937 (MSN 44072) to CAF as 136272 Oct 12, 1972 and preserved in Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Hamilton in Oct 2011
				20938 (MSN 44073) to CAF as 136273 Oct 12, 1972.  Then N6345L.  Registered May 5, 2005 to
					Airwork Helicopters of Caboolture, Australia as VH-FTB, later VH-XED.  Remanufactured as MSN AMT004
				20939 (MSN 44074) to CAF as 136274 Oct 12, 1972.  On display at Canadian War Museu, Ottawa, Ontario.
71-20940/20943		Cessna T-41D Mescalero
				MSN R.172-0482/0485.  Sold to Ethiopia
71-20944/20959		Boeing-Vertol CH-47C Chinook
				Boeing Vertol Model 165
				20944 (MSN B-678) crashed on company test flight, Carmen, NJ Jan 12, 1972.
				20945 (MSN B-679) accepted by the US Army 17Feb72
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00133
				20946 (MSN B-680) accepted by the US Army 28Mar72
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington –Mar92 
					Rebuilt as MH-47E and reserialed 92-00469
				20947 (MSN B-681) Accepted by the US Army 17Apr72
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24177.
				20948 (MSN B-682) accepted by the US Army 29Jun72
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00237
				20949 (MSN B-683) accepted by the US Army 14Jul72
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00225
				20950 (MSN B-684) accepted by the US Army 31Jul72
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Maryland –Apr92 
					Rebuilt as MH-47E and reserialed 92-00470
				20951 (MSN B-685) accepted by the US Army 21Jul72
					Assigned to 205th Aviation Company, USAREUR Geronimos
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Maryland –Jun92
					Rebuilt as MH-47E and reserialed 92-00475
				20952 (MSN B-686) accepted by the US Army 29Sep72
					Assigned to 205th Aviation Company, USAREUR Geronimos [1974]
					Displayed at Farnborough International Air Show, England 1974
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00097
				20953 (MSN B-687) accepted by the US Army 31Oct72
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas –Oct90 
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00230
				20954 (MSN B-688) accepted by the US Army 20Dec73
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Maryland –Jul92 
					Rebuilt as MH-47E and reserialed 92-00476.
				20955 (MSN B-689) Accepted by the US Army 31Jul74
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Innkeepers"  –Dec89
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00188
				20956/20959 cancelled

71-20983/21052		Bell AH-1G-BF Cobra
				MSN 21054/21123.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				20985,12031 converted to TAH-1F, then later to AH-1F.
				20986,20988,20990/20997,20999,21000,21002,21004/21011,21015/21027,21030,21034
					21037,21039/21043,20145,21046,21048,21052 converted to AH-1S.
				20983/20985,20998,21003,21012,21014,21028,21029,21031,21033,21035,21044,21050,21051
					converted to AH-1F.
				20983 (MSN 21054) converted to AH-1F.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				20987 (MSN 21058) to VFW Post #5694, Highland, Illinois
				20988 converted to AH-1S.  Crashed near San Angelo Apr 8, 1982 after main rotor and tail boom separated.
					Both crew killed			
				20992 (MSN 21063) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0578 Aug 5, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				20998 (MSN 21069) converted to AH-01F.  Registered Mar 17, 2006 to Army Aviation
					Heritage Foundation and Museum of Hampton, Georgia as N998HF
				20999 (MSN 21070) converted to AH-1S.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001			
				21000 (MSN 21071) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0428 Jun 29, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				21001 (MSN 21072) converted to AH-1S.  Derelict at Lansing, IL Apt Aug 2001.
				21003 (MSN 20174) to Pound, Wisconsin
				21004 (MSN 21075) in use at C-17 Cargo Compartment Trainer at Altus AFB, Oklahoma in Jan 2009
				21009 (MSN 21080) to American Legion Post #283, Pickerington, Ohio
				21013 (MSN 21084) w/o Mar 10, 1977.
				21014 (MSN 21085) to DAV Chapter #87, Dothan, Alabama
				21016 (MSN 21087) to American Legion Post #639, Springfield, Missouri
				21018 (MSN 21089) to Aviation Historical Society of the Northern Territories, Winnellie, Northern Territories
				21024 converted to AH-1S.  On static display outside Fort Irwin, CA
				21028 (MSN 21099) converted to AH-1F.  Noted at Mercer County Apt, NJ May 16, 2001,
					effectively withdrawn from service due to vibration problem.  Seen 2006 on display
					at New Smyrna, FL, VFW Post #4250.
				21031 (MSN 21102) on display at VFW post #8168 at Midland, Pennsylvania.
				21032 (MSN 21103) w/o Mar 28, 1972.			
				21033 (MSN 21104) converted to AH-1F.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
					In 2009 was displayed at American Legion Post 586 in Adams, NY			
				21034 (MSN 21105) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0574 Jul 22, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
				21038 (MSN 21109).  Reported Spring 2004 at Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, KS
				21040 mounted on a post at VFW post in Cedar Falls, IA since 2001.  Later to American Legion Post #730, Waterloo,
					Iowa
				21041 (MSN 21112) converted to AH-1S.  Reported preserved at American Legion Post #61, Ida Grove, IA
				21044 (MSN 21115) to American Legion Post #24, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
				21047 (MSN 21118) to AH-1G.  Noted recently at English Field Air and Space Museum, 
					Tradewind AP, Amarillo, TX.  Later to Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, Alabama
				21050 (MSN 21121) converted to AH-1F.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001	
				21051 (MSN 21122) converted to AH-1G.  Now gate guard at Camp Humphreys, South Korea		
71-21053/21057		Beechcraft T-42A Cochise
				MSN TC1393/1396, TC-1402, later changed by Beech to TF.66/70.  Sold to Turkish Army in 1971 as
					serials 10255/10259, later 10265/1269.
				21056 (MSN TF.69/TC-1396) To Turkish Army and still in service as 10268 in July 2016. 
71-21058/21060		Beechcraft RU-21J Ute
				MSN BB-03/BB-05.  Based on Model 200 Super King Air.
				Development platform for *Cefly Lancer* sigint program.  Upon completion of program,
				redesignated C-12L and used as staff transports.  Retired in 1997.
				21058 (MSN BB-03) purchased by Kentucky State Police
					with civil registration N24SP
				21059 (MSN BB-04, C-12L) to civil registry as N200LN.
				21060 (MSN BB-05) became N200KE, then N399SA, sold Mar 2005 to
					owner in Venezuela as YV0106

71-58232			Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				58232 ex US Navy 158232 that went to AMARC Mar 4 2014

71-58262/58263		Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				58262 ex US Navy 158262 that went to AMARC Aug 6 2014
				58263 ex US Navy 158263 that went to AMARC Apr 30 2014

71-58267			Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				58267 ex US Navy 158267 that went to AMARC May 15 2014

71-58269/58270		Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				58269 ex US Navy 158269 that went to AMARC Apr 30 2014
				58270 ex US Navy 158270 thaqt went to AMARC Sep 4 2013

71-58281			Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				58281 ex US Navy 158281 that went to AMARC Apr 22 2014

71-58287			Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				58287 ex US Navy 158287 that went to AMARC Oct 15 2014

71-60464			Beechcraft T-34C Mentor
				c/n GL-21.  From US Navy, previously 160464
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Flight Test Directorate, Redstone Arsenal, AL

71-60644			Beechcraft T-34C Mentor
				c/n GL-109.  From US Navy, previously 160644
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Flight Test Directorate, Redstone Arsenal, AL

71-60944			Beechcraft T-34C Mentor
				c/n GL-130.  From US Navy, previously 160944
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Flight Test Directorate, Redstone Arsenal, AL
				(US Army/ABNSOTD) Extensively damaged (possible writeoff) May 27, 2002
				when brakes failed after landing at Pope AFB, NC. Aircraft veered to right
				off taxiway and came to rest in drainage ditch.  Written off Jun 18, 2002

71-60959			Beechcraft T-34C Mentor
				c/n GL-145.  From US Navy, previously 160959
				Assigned to US Army Aviation Flight Test Directorate, Redstone Arsenal, AL


	The following serial numbers are out of sequence.  They were
	probably derived from manufacturer's serial numbers.

71-72617			Cessna T-51A
				Model 15072617 registered Oct 23, 1989 to USAF Academy as N557SH.  Current

71-77067			Cessna T-51A
				Model 15077067 registered Oct 20 1989 to USAF Academy as N557AW.  Current

71-77111			Cessna T-51A
				Model 15077111 registered Oct 1, 1984 to USAF Academy as N557TH


71-900201/900203	Schweizer TG-4A
				Model SGS 2-33A.  Two-seat glider for USAF Academy.  
				900201 MSN 201. Registered N1191S to USAF Academy Apr 29, 1971.  Cancelled May 16. 1991.  
				900202 MSN 202.  Registered as N1192S to USAF Academy Apr 29, 1971.  Cancelled Aug 13, 2003.
					Reported preserved at Lowry AFB Oct 2007.  When Lowry closed, became Wings Over The Rockies Air and
					Space Museum.  Still there Oct 2011.  Reportedly a composite of 92-1541 and N1191S
				900203 MSN 203.  Registered as N11935 to USAF Academy Apr 29, 1971.  Cancelled May 16, 1991