1979 USAF Serial Numbers


Last Revised June 25, 2013


79-0001/0003		Boeing E-3A Sentry
				c/n 21755/21757.
				0003 completed as E-3B
				0001 and 0002 later converted to E-3B
79-0004/0006		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-24-MC Eagle
				0004 c/n 0546/D015 to Saudi Arabia as RSAF 4223.  Reserialed to 633, then to 233
				0005 c/n 0562/D016 to Saudi Arabia as RSAF 4221.  Reserialed to 1335
				0006 c/n 0570/D017 to Saudi Arabia as RSAF 4222.  Reserialed to 632, then to 232
79-0007/0011		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-25-MC Eagle
				0007 c/n 0577/D018
				0008 c/n 0583/D019
				0009 c/n 0589/D020.  With 36th TFW lost wheel during touch-and-go landing
					at RAF Bentwaters Jul 10, 1985, tailhook missed barrier during 
					subsequent emergency landing and aircraft ran off runway.  To AMARC May 21, 2010
				0010 c/n 0596/D021 to Saudi Arabia as 4224.  Reserialed to 1331
				0011 c/n 0604/D022.  To AMARC Jun 30, 2010.
79-0012/0014		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-26-MC Eagle
				0012 c/n 0609/D023 with 36th FW at Bitberg
				0013 c/n 0615/D024.  (445th FLTS, 412 TW) w/o June 15, 1999 in 
					collision with F-15C 82-0008, Tonopah Test Range
				0014 c/n 0621/D025.  To AMARC Apr 23, 2010
79-0015/0037		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-24-MC Eagle
				0015 c/n 0543/C084 to Saudi Arabia as 4201.  Reserialed to 602, then to 202
				0016 c/n 0545/C085.  To AMARC May 27, 2010
				0017 c/n 0547/C086.  To Saudi Arabia as 4206.  Reserialed to 608, then to 208.
				0018 c/n 0549/C087 to Saudi Arabia as 4214.  Reserialed to 615 then to 215.
				0019 c/n 0550/C088 to Saudi Arabia as 4215.  Reserialed to 1303
				0020 c/n 0551/C089.  To AMARC Aug 5, 2010
				0021 c/n 0552/C090 (32nd FG, 32nd FS) flown by Lt. David G. Sveden
					shot down IrAF Mirage F.1EQ Jan 19, 1991, Desert Storm.  To AMARC Jun 18, 2010
				0022 c/n 0554/C091 (36th TFW, deployed with 525th TFS) flown by Capt. Donald S. Watrous of 32nd TFG, 32nd TFS
					shot down IrAF MiG-23 Jan 28, 1991, Desert Storm.  Weapon was an AIM-7M.  To AMARC Aug 4, 2010.
				0023 c/n 0555/C092 to Saudi Arabia as 4202.  Reserialed to 604, then to 204
				0024 c/n 0556/C093 to Saudi Arabia as 4207.  Reserialed to 609, then to 209
				0025 c/n 0557/C094
				0026 c/n 0559/C095
				0027 c/n 0560/C096 (95th FS, 325th FW) w/o 3/15/93.  Wreck still at Tyndall AFB
					Jan 1996.
				0028 c/n 0563/C097 to Saudi Arabia as 4216.  Reserialed to 616, then to 216
				0029 c/n 0564/C098.  To AMARC Jul 30, 2010.
				0030 c/n 0565/C099.  To AMARC Apr 16, 2010
				0031 c/n 0566/C100 to Saudi Arabia as 4203.  Reserialed to 517
				0032 c/n 0567/C101 to Saudi Arabia as 4217.  Reserialed to 617, then 217
				0033 c/n 0568/C102 to Saudi Arabia as 4208.  Reserialed to 1301
				0034 c/n 0571/C103.  To AMARC Aug 13, 2010
				0035 c/n 0572/C104.  To AMARC Sep 28, 2010
				0036 c/n 0573/C105.  To AMARC Sep 7, 2010.
				0037 c/n 0574/C106.  To AMARC Sep 28, 2010
79-0038/0058		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-25-MC Eagle
				c/n C-107/C-127
				0038 c/n 0575/C107 to Saudi Arabia as 4218.  Reserialed to 618, then to 218
				0039 c/n 0578/C108 to Saudi Arabia as 4212.  Reserialed to 613, then to 213.
				0040 c/n 0579/C109 (36th TFW) w/o 6/23/81
				0041 c/n 0580/C110
				0042 c/n 0581/C111.  To AMARC Aug 27, 2009.
				0043 c/n 0584/C112 to Saudi Arabia as 4213.  Reserialed to 614, then to 214.
				0044 c/n 0585/C113.  With 36th TFW crashed near Lommersdorf, West Germany Apr 10, 1984.  Pilot ejected.
				0045 c/n 0586/C114 to Saudi Arabia as 4204.  Reserialed to 606, then to 206
				0046 c/n 0587/C115
				0047 c/n 0588/C116.  To AMARC Sep 22, 2009
				0048 c/n 0590/C117.  (36th FW, 53rd FS) flown by Capt Steven B. Dingee
					destroyed IrAF Mi-8 with AIM-7M Feb 11, 1991, Desert Storm.   To AMARC Jun 11, 2010.
				0049 c/n 0592/C118.  To AMARC Sep 30, 2010
				0050 c/n 0593/C119.  To AMARC Sep 17, 2010.
				0051 c/n 0594/C120 to Saudi Arabia as 4209.  Reserialed to 610, then to 210.
				0052 c/n 0595/C121 to Saudi Arabia as 4219.  Reserialed to 518
				0053 c/n 0597/C122.  To AMARC Sep 20, 2010.
				0054 c/n 0598/C123 (57th Wing/FWS) crashed on Nevada Test and Training Range Jun 18, 2004.
				0055 c/n 0599/C124 to Saudi Arabia as 4210. Reserialed to 611, then to 211.  Seen on Langley AFB
					ramp in USAF colors Nov 17, 2006.
				0056 c/n 0601/C125.  To AMARC Sep 17, 2010.
				0057 c/n 0602/C126
				0058 c/n 0603/C127.  (1 FS, 325th FW) w/o 5/5/94 when pilot suffered g-induced
					loss of consciousness.  Pilot ejected but suffered serious
					injuries.
79-0059/0081		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-26-MC Eagle
				0059 c/n 0605/C128
				0060 c/n 0606/C129 to Saudi Arabia as 4211.  Reserialed to 612, then to 212
				0061 c/n 0607/C130.  (36th TFW, 525th TFS) crashed near Rimschweiler, Saarland,
					Germany after colliding with F-15C 80-0032 Jan 7, 1986.  One aircraft crashed
					into houses, the other fell in open country.  One pilot died, plus one person
					on the ground.
				0062 c/n 0608/C131 to Saudi Arabia as 4220.  Reserialed to 619, then to 219.
				0063 c/n 0610/C132 to Saudi Arabia as 4205.  Reserialed to 607, then to 207.
				0064 c/n 0611/C133 with 36th FW at Bitberg
				0065 c/n 0612/C134.  To AMARC Apr 20, 2010
				0066 c/n 0613/C135.  To AMARC Apr 22, 2010.
				0067 c/n 0614/C136.  (22nd TFS) crashed near Mal di Ventre Island, off
					Oristano's Gulf, Sardinia Island, Italy Oct 24, 1990.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0068 c/n 0616/C137.  (53rd FS, 52nd FW) w/o May 30, 1995 at Spangdahlem,
					Germany after takeoff due to improper ground maintenance.  To AMARC Aug 16, 2010
				0069 c/n 0617/C138.  (36th FW, 525th FS) flown by Capt. David Prather
					shot down IrAF Mirage F.1EQ Jan 19, 1991, Desert Storm
				0070 c/n 0618/C139 (325th FW) suffered Class A damage in accident at Tyndall AFB, FL
					Nov 13, 2008.
				0071 c/n 0619/C140.  (36th TFW) crashed near Waldmohr, West Germany  Jun 1, 1983 after
					colliding with F-15 80-0008.  One pilot was killed.
				0072 c/n 0620/C141.  To AMARC Aug 20, 2010
				0073 c/n 0622/C142
				0074 c/n 0623/C143.  (36th FW, 525th FS) flown by Capt Greg Masters
					destroyed IrAF IL-76 Feb 2, 1991, Desert Storm.  To AMARC Jul 22, 2009
				0075 c/n 0624/C144 (33rd FW/58th FS) crashed into Gulf of Mexico Feb 20, 2008
					following collision with F-15 81-0043 during basic maneuvers and
					tactics training sortie.  Both pilots ejected and were rescued, but
					one subsequently died in hospital.
				0076 c/n 0625/C145
				0077 c/n 0626/C146
				0078 c/n 0628/C147.  (36th FW, 53rd FS) flown by Capt Thomas N. Dietz shot down two IrAF MiG-21s Feb 6, 1991, 
					Desert Storm.  Plane was to have gone to USS Alabama Battleship Museum, but is planned to go instead 
					to Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB,GA.  However, in 2011 was still flying with National Guard or Reserve.
				0079 c/n 0629/C148.  To AMARC Jul 22, 2010.
				0080 c/n 0630/C149.  to AMARC Jul 22, 2009. 
				0081 c/n 0632/C150
79-0082/0225		Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II
				c/n A10-0346/0489.
				0083 (c/n 0347, 81st TFW) w/o May 8, 1981.
				0084 (c/n 0348) to AMARC as AC0433 Jun 29, 2004
				0085 (c/n 0349) to AMARC as AC0255 Mar 13, 2001.  Returned to service
					May 15, 2001.  This plane collided
					with 80-0233 25 mi E of Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Jan 17, 2002.  Both planes crashed.  
					One pilot ejected safely, the other was killed.
				0086 (c/n 350) to AMARC as AC0204 Feg 25, 2000.  Returned to service
					May 4, 2000.
				0088 (c/n 352) with 175th FS, MD ANG in 2009
				0089 (c/n 353) (MD ANG, 104th TFS) w/o Oct 30, 1985
				0091 (c/n 355) to AMARC as AC0238 Nov 6, 2000.  Returned to service
					Jan 8, 2001.
				0092 (c/n 356) to AMARC as AC0263 May 3, 2001.  Returned to service Jun 28, 2001.
				0095 (c/n A10-0359) named "Stupefying James" with 47th FS Sep 1997.
				0096 (c/n 360) to AMARC as AC0032 Mar 12, 1992.
				0097 at Myrtle Beach Airport.
				0098 (c/n 362) to AMARC as AC0035 Mar 13, 1992.
				0099 (c/n 363) to AMARC as AC0022 Feb 28, 1992.
				0100 at Massachusetts ANG, Westfield,MA on pedestal marked as
					78-0648.  Inherited from Myrtle Beach AFB, SC when
					closed as ground trainer.
				0101 (c/n 365) to AMARC as AC0053 Apr 8, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0102 (c/n 366) to AMARC as AC0106 Aug 27, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0103 (c/n A10-367) noted May 2006 on display at Bradley ANGB, Windsor Locks, CT
				0104 (c/n A10-368) named "City of Westfield" with 131st TFS, Massachusetts ANG Jun 1989.
				0109 (c/n 373) to AMARC as AC0334 Jun 23, 2003.  Returned to service
				0112 (c/n 376) to AMARC as AC0014 Feb 7, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0113 (c/n 377) to AMARC as AC0508 Apr 16, 2008
				0114 (c/n 378) to AMARC as AC0243 Dec 6, 2000.  Returned to 
					service Feb 20, 2001.
				0115 (c/n 379) to AMARC as AC0019 Feb 20, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0116 at Davis Monthan AFB marked as 77-117.  Apparently now marked correctly.
				0120 (c/n 384) to AMARC as AC0195 Nov 18, 1998.  Returned to
					service Feb 8, 1999.
				0122 (c/n 386) to AMARC as AC0230 Sep 18, 2000.  Returned to
					service Nov 1, 2000.
				0124 (c/n 388) to AMARC as AC0058 Apr 21, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0125 (c/n 389, 356th TFS) w/o Jun 20, 1990.
				0126 (c/n 390) to AMARC as AC0069 Jun 11, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0127 (c/n 391) to AMARC as AC0026 Mar 6, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0128 (c/n 392) to AMARC as AC0061 May 1, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0129 (c/n 393) to AMARC as AC0324 Oct 22, 2002.  Returned to service.  With 184h FS, 188th FW, 
					Ft. Smith, Arkansas
				0130 shot down 2-15-91 by SAM in Desert Storm 60 mi N of 
					Kuwait City.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				0131 (c/n 395) to AMARC as AC0070 Jun 11, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0132 (c/n 396) to AMARC as AC0021 Feb 28, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0133 (c/n 397) to AMARC as AC0067 Jun 11, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0135 (c/n 399, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0215 May 26, 2000.  Returned
					to service Jul 27, 2000.
				0137 (c/n 401) to AMARC as AC0066 Jun 10, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0139 (c/n 403) to AMARC as AC0199 Jan 20, 2000.  Returned to
					service Apr 14, 2000
				0140 (c/n 404) to AMARC as AC0041 Mar 26, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0141 (c/n 405, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0278 Nov 9, 2001.  Returned to service Mar 13, 2002.  Converted to A-10C. 
					(23rd Wing, 75th FS) crashed during takeoff at Moody AFB, SC May 10, 2010.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0142 (c/n 406) to AMARC as AC0266 May 25, 2001.  Returned to
					service Jul 25, 2001.
				0143 (c/n A10-0407) (OA-10A, 57th Wing, 66th WS) crashed due to mechanical failure of starboard engine and 
					inability to retract the speed brakes 45 mi NW of Nellis AFB, NV Nov 18, 2003.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0146 (c/n A10-0409) to AMARC as AC0503 May 16, 2008
				0147 with 47th FS, 917th WG Barksdale AFB
				0149 converted to A-10C. To AMARC Maintenance Shelter Apr 9, 2013.
				0150 (c/n 414) to AMARC as AC0331.  Returned to service Dec 16, 2003 
				0151 (c/n A10-0415) named "Cave Gal" Sep 1997 with 47th FS and still so named as A-10C Oct 2012.
				0152 (c/n 416) to AMARC as AC0260 Apr 11, 2001.  Returned to
					service Jun 8, 2001.  Back to AMARC as AC0505 Jul 14, 2008
				0156 (c/n 420, 47th TFS) w/o Sep 26, 1985.
				0157 (c/n 421) to AMARC as AC0200 Jan 20, 2000.  Returned to
					service Apr 5, 2000.  Back to AMARC as AC0498 Nov 13, 2007.
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.  Left AMARC Jul 2008
				0158 (c/n 422) to AMARC as AC0125 Sep 23, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0159 (c/n 423) to AMARC as AC0201 Jan 31, 2000.  Returned
					to service May 26, 2000
				0160 (c/n 424) to AMARC as AC0136 Oct 9, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0161 (c/n 425) crashed with 354th TFW Feb 23, 1984.  Pilot killed
				0162 (c/n 426, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0228 Aug 23, 2000.  Returned
					to servicd Oct 20, 2000.
				0163 (c/n 427) to AMARC as AC0122 Sep 23, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0166 (c/n 430) to AMARC as AC0038 Mar 24, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.  Must have been returned to
					service wince with 184th FS, 188th FW, Ft. Smith, Arkansas.
				0168 (c/n 432) to AMARC as AC0296 May 13, 2002.  Returned to service.
					Back to AMARC as AC0315 Aug 27, 2002.  Returned to service.  Back to
					AMARC as AC0494 Aug 13, 2007.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.
					Left AMARC for 358th FS May 2008.
				0169 (c/n 433) to AMARC as AC0196 Oct 13, 1999.  Returned to 
					serice Jan 4, 2000
				0171 (c/n 435) flying with 53rd WG, 422nd TES at Nellis AFB.
				0173 with New England Air Museum,Bradley Airport, CT.
				0174 (c/n 438) to AMARC as AC0479 Jul 11, 2006
				0175 (c/n 439)  converted to A-10C.  With 175th FS, MD ANG in 2009.
				0176 (c/n 440) to AMARC as AC0039 Mar 24, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0177 (c/n 441) converted to A-10C
				0178 (c/n 442) to AMARC as AC0251 Feb 7, 2001.  Returned to service
					Apr 2, 2001.
				0181 crashlanded Feb 22, 1991 at King Khalid Military City after being hit by SAM in Desert Storm.
					Salvaged for parts and then buried in the desert.
				0182 (c/n 446) to AMARC as AC0043 Mar 30, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0184 (c/n 448, OA-10A, PA ANG, 103rd FS) w/o Nov 12, 1992.
				0185 (c/n 449, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0190 Oct 7, 1998.  Returned
					to service May 24, 1999.
				0186 (c/n 450) to AMARC as AC0219 Jun 27, 2000.  Returned to
					service Sep 5, 2000.
				0187 converted to A-10C.  To AMARC south maintenance shelter Apr 14, 2013
				0188 with 184th FS, 188th FW at Ft. Smith, Arkansas
				0189 (c/n 453) to AMARC as AC0211 May 8, 2000.  Returned to
					service Jun 29, 2000.  Back to AMARC as AC0444 Dec 14, 2004.
				0190 (c/n 454) to AMARC as AC0283 Feb 13, 2002.  Returned to
					service Nov 4, 2002.  Converted to OA-10A.  To AMARC as
					AC0449 Feb 23, 2005.
				0191 (c/n 455) to AMARC as AC0212 May 18, 2000.  Returned to service
					Oct 31, 2000.  Collided with 80-0225 Dec 4, 2002 100 mi NW of
					Las Vegas, NV over Nevada Test and Training Range during training exercise.  One pilot
					ejected safely, other one killed.
				0192 (c/n 456, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0202 Feb 1, 2000.  
					Returned to service May 24, 2000.  Converted back to A-10A.
					To AMARC as AC0311 Jul 25, 2002.  Returned to
					service.
				0194 (c/n 458) to AMARC as AC0333 Jan 14, 2003.  Returned to
					service.
				0196 (c/n 460) to AMARC as AC0436 Aug 5, 2004.  Returned to service Oct 2004. Converted to A-10C.
				0197 (c/n 461, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0262 Apr 30, 2001.  Returned to
					service Jun 28, 2001.  Also reported as being buried in the desert
					during Desert Storm.
				0200 (355th FS) crashed 50 mi SE of Eielson AFB Oct 10, 1995.
				0201 (c/n 465) to AMARC as AC0239 Nov 8, 2000.  Returned to 
					service Jan 19, 2001
				0203 (c/n 467) (23rd TFW, 76th TFS) w/o Sep 23, 1991.
				0204 (c/n 468) to AMARC as AC0432 Jun 2, 2004.
				0207 (c/n 471) to AMARC as AC0307 Jul 11, 2002.  Returned to 
					service.
				0208 (c/n 472, 23rd TFW, 76th TFS) crashed Jun 29, 1985 following collision with A-10 80-0177 (which landed
					safely) over Nellis Ranges.  Pilot ejected.
				0209 to AMARC as AC0258 Mar 29, 2001.  Returned to service 
					May 23, 2001.  Back to AMARC as AC0286 Mar 26, 2002.
					Returned to service Apr 16, 2002. Must have sent back
					to AMARC a third time since it was converted to A-10C 
					and rolled out at Davis Monthan AFB Nov 29, 2006.
				0210 to AMARC as 0427 Mar 12, 2004
				0211 (c/n 475, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0191 Oct 13, 1998.
					Returned to service Dec 17, 1998.  Now with 51st FW, 
					25th FS at OSAF AB, ROK
				0212 (c/n 476, 23rd TFW) w/o Jan 22, 1987.
				0213 (c/n 477, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0468 Sep 28, 2005.  Returned
					to service
				0214 (c/n 478, 333rd FS) crashed Sept 17, 1994.
				0215 (c/n 479) crashed Apr 2, 1997.
				0217 (c/n 481) to AMARC as AC0160 Nov 23, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0218 (c/n 482) to AMARC as AC0156 Nov 23, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0220 (c/n 484) with 81st TFW, collided with glider over Brilon, West Germany
					Aug 13, 1985.  Landed safely, but glider crashed.  Deployed with 511th TFS for Operation
					Desert Storm on December 27, 1990 and returned to RAF Alconbury on June 8, 1991 named “Yankee Express”. 
					To AMARC as AC0007 Jan 28, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0221 (c/n 485) to AMARC as AC0158 Nov 23, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0222 (c/n 486) with 81st TFW crashed at Ahaus, West Germany Jul 28, 1983.  Pilot unhurt.
				0223 (c/n 487) to AMARC as AC0271 Jul 18, 2001.  Returned to
					service Sep 7, 2001.
				0224 (c/n 488) deployed with 511th TFS for Operation Desert Storm on December 27, 1990 and returned to RAF
					Alconbury on June 8, 1991 named “Have Gun Will Travel”.  To AMARC as AC0008 Jan 28, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0225 noted Mar 10, 2004 as GA-10A ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX
79-0226/0243		cancelled contract for Fairchild Republic A-10A
79-0244/0261		Boeing AGM-86B ALCM missiles
79-0262/0279		General Dynamics AGM-109H Tomahawk
79-0280/0281		McDonnel Douglas F-15J-24-MC Eagle 
				0280 c/n 0544/001 for Japan as 02-8801, Peace Eagle
				0281 c/n 0548/002 for Japan as 02-8802, Peace Eagle
79-0282/0285		McDonnell Douglas F-15DJ-26-MC Eagle 
				For Japan, Peace Eagle
				0282 c/n 0627/001 to JASDF as 12-8051
				0283 c/n 0631/002 to JASDF as 12-8052
				0284 c/n 0633/003 to JASDF as 12-8053.  w/o Oct 20, 1983
				0285 c/n 0634/004 to JASDF as 12-8054.
79-0286/0287		McDonnell Douglas F-15DJ-29-MC Eagle
				For Japan, Peace Eagle 
				0286 c/n 0718/005 to JASDF as 22-8055
				0287 c/n 0722/006 to JASDF as 22-8056.
79-0288			General Dynamics F-16A Block 5 Fighting Falcon
					c/n 61-73.  Crashed with 56th TFW on Avon Park Range, FL Nov 8, 1982. 
					Must have been repaired since went to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV
79-0289/0357		General Dynamics F-16A Block 10 Fighting Falcon
				c/n 61-74/142.
				0289 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV
				0290 at Montana ANGB, BDR.  Now on display at MY ANG, Great Falls IAP, Montana
				0291/0293 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV
				0294 to AMARC Jan 10, 1994 as FG0046.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0295 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV
				0296 (c/n 61-81) scheduled for Wings Over the Rockies Museum, Denver, CO.
					Reported Jun 2006 preserved at Jacksonville, FL with 125th FG of FL ANG.
				0297 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV
				0298 (56th TTW, 63rd TFTS) crashed in Avon Park Range, FL Nov 8, 1982. Pilot killed.
				0299 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV
				0300 to AMARC as FG0042 Jan 4, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0301 (388th TFW) crashed on Utah Test and Training Range May 20, 1982, Hill AFB.  Pilot killed.
				0302 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV
				0303 to AMARC as FG0396 Nov 8, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0304 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV
				0305 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV.
				0306 to AMARC Jan 10, 1994 as FG0047.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0307 (c/n 61-92) to Sheppard AFB as instructional airframe.  Reported Jun
					2006 redesignated GF-16A and used by 82nd TRW.  Moved to Cannon
					AFB where it will go on display.
				0308 to AMARC Jan 10, 1994 as FG0045.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0309 (c/n 61-940 at Shaw AFB, SC, BDR.  Now on display there, painted as 
					93-0534
				0310 to AMARC as FG0067 Feb 9, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0311 to AMARC as FG0326 Jul 6, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0312 to AMARC in May 1994 as FG044.  To city of Douglas, AZ
				0313 w/o 6-29-81, Great Salt Lake, UT
				0314 to AMARC in Jan 27, 1994 as FG0058.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0315 (157th TFS) crashed 3 mi W of Mcentire ANGB Apr 10, 1984 after colliding with
					F-16 79-0289, which landed safely.
				0316 (388th TFW) crashed due mechanical failure near Elizabeth, CO Apr 10, 1981. Pilot ejected safely.
				0317 to AMARC as FG0074 Feb 14, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0318 (388th TFW, 16th TFTS) crashed due flight control failure near Luke AFB, AZ Jan 27, 1982. Pilot ejected safely.
				0318 w/o 1-27-82
				0319/0321 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV.  0319 was IDF/AF 735
				0322 to AMARC Jan 26, 1994 as FG0056.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0323 (157th TFS) crashed on Townsend Range, GA Feb 7, 1985 after engine
					flamed out.  Pilot ejected.
				0324 (c/n 61-109) to AMARC as FG0401 Dec 6, 1996.  To Royal Thai AF under
					Peace Naresuan IV for spares recovery
				0325 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV.
				0326 (c/n 61-111) to Sheppard AFB as instructional airframe.  Redesignated
					GF-16A and used by 82nd TRW.  In 2009 was in museum at Homestead ARB, Florida.  Seen as gate guard  at 
					Homestead in 2013.
				0327 (c/n 61-112) to Sheppard AFB as instructional airframe.  Redesignated
					GF-16A and used by 82nd TRW.  Noted in 2006 on display at Luke AFB.
				0328 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV.
				0329 to AMARC as FG0111 Mar 22, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0330 (c/n 61-115) to Sheppard AFB as instructional airframe.  Redesignated
					GF-16A and used by 82nd TRW
				0331 to AMARC as FG0016. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0332 (c/n 61-117) to Sheppard AFB as GF-16A ground trainer.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 stored with Fire
					Department at that base.  Reported Jun 2006 stored at Lackland AFB
					museum
				0333 to AMARC as FG0162, to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV.
				0334 to Sheppard AFB as GF-16A instructional airframe.  Now at USS Alabama Museum, Mobile, AL
				0335 to AMARC as FG0013 Aug 4, 1993.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0336 to AMARC as FG0029 Aug 26, 1993.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0337 (c/n 61-122) to BR training at Syracuse NY ANG.  Reported Jun 2006 stored
					at Syaracuse paineted as 80-205.
				0338 (72nd TFTS) crashed into the Gulf of Mexico off Sarasota, FL Sep 9, 1988.
				0339 to AMARC as FG0098, to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV.
				0340 (c/n 61-125) to AMARC as FG0012 Jul 30, 1993. Was the first USAF F-16 retired.  Seen as instructional 
					airframe at Aviano AB, Italy, BDR.  Preserved at Aviano AB.
				0341 to AMARC as FG0128 Apr 1, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0342 to AMARC as FG0152 Apr 22, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0343 w/o 12-27-82
				0344 (c/n 61-129) to Sheppard AFB as instructional airframe. Noted Mar 10, 2004 stored with Fire
					Department at that base.  Reported Jun 2006 stored at Lackland AFB museum.
				0345 to AMARC as FG135.  Now at Peachtree City Falcon Field Airport, GA
				0346 to AMARC as FG0108 Mar 18, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0347 to to AMARC AS FG0165, to Israel under Peace Marble IV.  Since Apr 1999 was instructional airframe, front
					fuselage in use as a simulator.
				0348 to AMARC as FG0181 Jul 15, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0349 (c/n 61-134) to AMARC as FG0014.  Reported Jun 2006 preserved at McClellan AFB
				0350 w/o 11-18-83
				0351 (c/n 61-136) to BDR training at Fort Smith.  Scrapped at Hill AFB, Texas Aug 2011
				0352 was at Pope AFB, NC Airpark, moved to Moody AFB, GA by 2008.
				0353 to AMARC as FG0019 Aug 12, 1993.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0354 to AMARC as FG0191 Jul 22, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0355 to AMARC as FG0021 Aug 12, 1993.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0356 to AMARC as FG0106, to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV.  Used as instructional airframe in
					IAF Tech School, Haifa since 1997.
				0357 on display at Vermont ANG airpark, Burlington, VT.
79-0358/0385		General Dynamics F-16A Block 10A Fighting Falcon
				c/n 61-143/170.
				0358 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV.
				0359 to AMARC as FG0141 Apr 12, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0360 to Sheppard AFB as instructional airframe.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 stored with Fire
					Department at that base.  Moved to Lackland AFB to security police training area.
				0361 to to AmARC as FG0121, to Israel under Peace Marble IV
				0362 to AMARC as FG0399 Nov 22, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0363 to AMARC as FG0031 Sep 2, 1993.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0364 on display at Duluth ANGB since 2006.
				0365 to AMARC as FG0171 Jun 20, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0366 (c/n 61-151) to BDR training at Mountain Home AFB.  Reported Jun 2006
					preserved at Mountain Home AFB
				0367 (474th TFW) crashed after midair collision Mar 11, 1986.
			`	0368 on display at Madison, WI airport, in WI ANG markings.
				0369 to to AMARC as FG0140, to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV
				0370 (c/n 61-155) to AMARC as FG0467 Nov 2, 2001.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0371 (c/n 61-156) w/o 11-1-85.  Conflict here as this aircraft was reported as having been seen
					Mar 10, 2004 in use as ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX
					Reported Jun 2006 redesignated GF-16A and used by 82nd TRW.  Reported 2010 to be going on display
					at Dallas, VA Medical Center, but still at Sheppard AFB in 2013.
				0372 (c/n 61-157) (56th TTW, 72nd TFTS) crashed into the Gulf of Mexico Jul 30, 1985. Pilot killed.
				0373 on display at Buckley AFB, CO
				0374 (474th TFW, 428th TFS) crashed at Ugway Range, UT May 20, 1982.
				0375 (c/n 61-160) to AMARC as FG0382 Aug 1, 1996.  To Royal Thai AF under Peace
					Naresuan IV for spares recovery
				0376 to AMARC as FG0132 Apr 7, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0377 to Israel under Peace Marble IV
				0378 w/o 6-16-82
				0379 w/o Apr 21, 1993, Selfridge ANGB.
				0380 at Moody AFB, GA, BDR.  Moved to Hill AFB, Texas in 1996-97.  Seen hangared at ABDR school at Hill AFB Oct 2007.
					Scrapped at Hill AFB Aug 2011.
				0381 to AMARC as FG0049 Jan 11, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0382 (c/n 61-167) to BDR training at Kelly AFB.  Reported Jun 2006 as BDR
					training airframe at Hill AFB, Texas.  Scrapped at Hill AFB Aug 2011
				0383 to AMARC as FG0063 Feb 2, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0384 to AMARC as FG0127 Apr 1, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008 
				0385 (56th TTW) the engine flamed out and crashed during landing in USA Jun 22, 1987. Pilot ejected safely.
79-0386/0409		General Dynamics F-16A Block 10B Fighting Falcon
				c/n 61-171/194.
				0386 (388th TFW, 34th TFS) crashed at Great Salt Lake, UT Jan 19, 1983. Pilot killed.
				0387 was at Selfridge ANGB, MI, BDR.  In 2011 was on display at Phelops Collins CRTC at Aplena, MI
				0388 at Hill AFB Museum, UT on loan from National Museum of USAF, WPAFB.
				0389 to AMARC as FG0383 Aug 23, 1996.  To Italian AF for use as spares
				0390 (c/n 61-175) with 429th TFW 474th TFW crashed due to main fuel pump failure May 4, 1982 into field 3 mi
					S of Beccles, Suffolk, UK.  Pilot ejected safely.  
				0391 (NY ANG, 138th FS) a tire blow during takeoff, causing the plane to depart the runway and the right drop 
					tank hit a runway light, the plane burned out Apr 11, 1991. Pilot ejected safey.
				0392 (c/n 61-177) w/o with 474th TFW Jun 9, 1982
				0393 to AMARC as FG0130 Apr 7, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0394 (c/n 61-179) reported Jun 2006 as BDR training airframe at McEntire ANGS.  Reported in 2011 to be at AMARC
					as a non-inventory item.
				0395 to AMARC as FG0018 Aug 5, 1993.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0396 to AMARC as FG0030 Aug 27, 1993.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0397 (56th TTW, 61st TFTS) crashed into the Gulf of Mexico off Florida Mar 22, 1988.
				0398 (c/n 61-183) (161st TFTS) crashed when pilot lost control of the plane near Fall River, KS Jun 28, 1989. 
					Pilot ejected safely.
				0399 (c/n 61-184) to BDR training at Springfield.  Reported Jun 2006
					preserved at Wright Patterson AFB at AFMC Hq
				0400 (138th TFS) crashed Jan 13, 1991.
				0401 (c/n 61-186) to BDR training at Terre Haute.  Reported Jun 2006
					as battle damage repair training airframe at Hill AFB, Texas.  Scrapped at Hill AFB Aug 2011.
				0402 at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH.  Now on pedestal at Hill AFB, on loan from National Museum of USAF,
					WPAFB.
				0403 on display on USS Intrepid Museum, NY.
				0404 (c/n 61-189) noted Nov 1,2003 at Kirtland AFB, NM in NM ANG markings, apparently for display
					Noted stored at Kirtland AFB, NM Apr 9, 2004.  Reported Jun 2006
					as instructional airframe at Kirtland AFB, NM
				0405 to AMARC as FG0022 Aug 13, 1993.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0406 to BDR training at Des Moines.  Scrapped at Hill AFB, Texas Aug 2011
				0407 (c/n 61-192) at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH.  Reported Jun 2006 as
					battle damage repair training airframe at WPAFB.  In 2009 was
					on display at Arnold AFB, TN
				0408 (c/n 61-193) converted to GF-16A.  Noted Mar 2006 parked outside
					NATTC Building, NAS Pensacola, FL.
				0409 to AMARC as FG0327 Jul 6, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
79-0410/0419		General Dynamics F-16B Block 5 Fighting Falcon
				c/n 62-42/51.
				0410 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV.  Crashed in Negev desert during instruction flight
					Sep 7, 1997 due to bird ingestion.  Both crew ejected.
				0411 to AMARC as FG0385 Oct 10, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0412 to AMARC as FG0442 Jun 16, 2000.  Has gone to Italian AF as MM7266
					under Peace Caesar.   Returned to USAF Jun 22, 2010. To AMARC Jun 24, 2010.  
				0414 (c/n 62-46) to AMARC as FG0482 Nov 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0415 to AMARC as FG0120 Mar 30, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0416 (56th TTW) crashed May 16, 1985 68 mi SW of MacDill AFB after control was
					lost during ACT sortie.
				0417 (c/n 62-49) to AMARC as FG0481 Nov 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0418 to AMARC as FG0041 Dec 22, 1993.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0419 (466th TFS) crashed at Utah Test Range Nov 14, 1991. Both crew killed.
79-0420/0423		General Dynamics F-16B Block 10 Fighting Falcon
				c/n 62-52/55.
				0420 to Sheppard AFB as instructional airframe. In 2010 was on display at Peoria ANGB, IL.
				0421 to AMARC as FG0465 May 25, 2001.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0422 to Sheppard AFB as a ground trainer in engine training section.
				0423 to AMARC as FG0190, to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV
79-0424/0428		General Dynamics F-16B Block 10A Fighting Falcon
				c/n 62-56/60.
				0424 to AMARC as FG0124, to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV.  
				0425 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble IV.  0425 is IDF/AF 996.
				0426 to AMARC as FG0126 Apr 1, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0427 to Sheppard AFB as instructional airframe
				0428 to AMARC as FG0384 Sep 23, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
79-0429/0432		General Dynamics F-16B Block 10B Fighting Falcon
				c/n 62-61/64.
				0429 to AMARC as FG0387 Oct 17, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0430 (c/n 62-62) to Sheppard AFB as instructional airframe.  Noted recently at 
					Thomas P. Stafford Air & Space Museum, Weatherford, OK.
				0431 to AMARC as FG0448 Aug 11, 2000.  To Italian AF as MM7269 
					under Peace Caesar
				0432 to AMARC as FG0408 Jan 31, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
79-0433/0434		McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender
				c/n 48200,48201.
79-0435/0441		Boeing E-3A Sentry
				For Iran - cancelled contract.
79-0442/0459		Boeing E-3A Sentry
				c/n 22855,22838/22854.  For NATO as LX-N90442/LX-N90459.  These planes
					fly with prominent NATO markings and with Luxembourg registrations
					and national markings.
				0457 (LX-N90457) suspected multiple bird strike caused crew to abort
					takeoff and ran off runway and into water Jul 14, 1996 Aktion, Greece and 
					cracked in half just ahead of forward wing root.  No serious injuries to the crew.
79-0460/0471		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7K Corsair II
				c/n K.001/012.
				0460 (c/n K-001) to AMARC as AE0036 Jun 28, 1991.
				0461 (c/n K-002) to AMARC as AE0196 Aug 21, 1992
				0462 (c/n K-003) to AMARC as AE0195 Aug 20, 1992.
				0463 (c/n K-004) to AMARC as AE0165 Jul 1, 1992.
				0464 (c/n K-005) to AMARC as AE0053 Aug 1, 1991.
				0465 (c/n K-006) to AMARC as AE0054 Aug 2, 1991.
				0466 (c/n K-007) to AMARC as AE0021 Dec 27, 1990.
				0467 (c/n K-008) to AMARC as AE0055 Aug 2, 1991.
				0468 (c/n K-009) to AMARC as AE0070 Oct 9, 1991
				0469 (c/n K-010) to AMARC as AE0119 Jan 29, 1992
				0470 (c/n K-011) to AMARC as AE0121 Jan 30, 1992
79-0472			Lockheed TR-1A
				redesignated U-2R
79-0473/0480		Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
				For Air National Guard.  All have been fitted with Scathe View reach-back
					communication suite, FLIR, Nemesis DIRCM turrets
				0473 (c/n 382-4852)
				0474 (c/n 382-4854)
				0475 (c/n 382-4855)
				0476 (c/n 382-4856)
				0477 (c/n 382-4857)
				0478 (c/n 382-4858)
				0479 (c/n 382-4859)
				0480 (c/n 382-4860)
79-0481/1680		Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike missiles  
79-1681/1691		Northrop F-5E Tiger II
				1681/1687 (c/n TU.1001/TU.1007) to Thailand AF
					1681 (c/n TU.1001) code 40311, then 21118
					1682 (c/n TU.1002) code 40312, then 21119
					1683 (c/n TU.1003) code 403xx, then 21120.
					1684 (c/n TU.1004) ser.no Kh18Kh-21/24, code 40341, then 21121,
						then 90403/VM, then 90402/VM
					1685 (c/n TU.1005) ser.no Kh18Kh-22/24, code 40322, then 21122,
						then 90402, then 90401/VM
					1686 (c/n TU.1006) code r0322, then 21123
					1687 (c/n TU.1007) code 403xx, then 21124.
				1688/1691 (c/n R.1386/R.1389) to Jordan as 1158/1161
79-1692/1693		Northrop F-5F Tiger II
				c/n TV.1001/1002.  To Thailand AF
				1692 (c/n TV.1001) ser.no. Kh18Kh2-5/24, code 40302, then 21105
				1693 (c/n TV.1002) ser.no. Kh18Kh2-4/24, code 10246, then 71102,
					then 21104.
79-1694/1707		Northrop F-5E Tiger II
				1694/1697 (c/n TU.1008/TU.1011) to Thailand AF
					1694 (c/n TU.1008) crashed Feb 1987
					1695 (c/n TU.1009) code 40313, then 71113, at Royal Thai AF Museum, Don Muang.
					1696 (c/n TU.1010) ser.no. Kh18Kh-27/24, code 40323,
						then 2927?, then 21127.
					1697 (c/n TU.1011) code 40333, then 21128
				1698/1701 (c/n R.1391/R.1394) to Jordan as 1162/1165
				1702/1707 (c/n TU.1012/TU.1017) to Thailand AF
					1702 (c/n TU.1012) code 40343, then 21129
					1703 (c/n TU.1013) ser.no Kh18Kh-30/24, code 40314, then 21130
					1704 (c/n TU.1014) ser.no Kh18Kh-31/24, code 40324, then 21131,
						then 90403/VM
					1705 (c/n TU.1015) code 21132.
					1706 (c/n TU.1016) ser.no. KH18Kh-33/24, code 40344, then 21133,
						then 90404/VM
					1707 (c/n TU.1017) code 40315, reported w/o
79-1708/1709		Northrop F-5F Tiger II
				1708 (c/n TV.1003) to Thailand AF as ser.no. Kh18Kh2-6/24, code 40301, then 21106
				1709 (c/n W.1041) to Malaysia as FM2254
79-1710/1713		McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender
				c/n 48202/48205.
				1713 named "Northstar"  with 2nd BW in Apr 1989.
79-1714/1716		Lockheed C-130H Hercules 
				c/n 4861/4863
				sold to Thailand as 60101/60103
79-1717/1720		Northrop F-5E Tiger II
				c/n VG.1001/1004.  To Taiwan AF as 5274/5277. 
				1720 (5277) w/o Mar 16, 1982.
79-1721/1726		Northrop F-5F Tiger II
				c/n VH.1001/1006.  To Taiwan as 5378/5383
				1722 (c/n VH.1002) to Taiwan AF as 5379, crashed on takeoff with 46th TFS/ 7th TFW from Chi Hang AB Jan 27, 2005
					when engine exploded.  Crew escaped from the burning aircraft safely.
				1724 (c/n VH.1004) to Taiwan AF as 5381.  W/o Jun 17, 2006.
79-1727/1848		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee drones
79-1849/1915		Ryan BQM-34S Firebee drones
79-1916/1919		Northrop F-5F Tiger II 
				c/n W.1040,1042/1044.  To Jordan
79-1920/1941		Northrop F-5E Tiger II
				1920/1925 (c/n ME.1011/ME.1016) to Morocco 
					1924 Moroccan AF serial is 91924.
				1926/1931 (c/n HA.1019/HA.1024) to Singapore as 830/835
				1932/1941 (c/n ME.1001/ME.1010) to Morocco	
79-1942/1945		Northrop F-5F Tiger II 
				c/n MF.1001/1004.  To Morocco
				1942 still active with Moroccan AF May 2008
79-1946/1951		McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender
				c/n 48206/48211.
				1947 (c/n 48207/375) named "California Dramin'" with 22nd ARW Nov 1992.
				1948 (c/n 48208) named "Excalibur" with 22nd ARW in Aug 1989.
				1949 (c/n 48209) named "Wabbit Twansit" with 2nd ARW in May 1989.  Named “Asian Flew” with 22nd Wing in
					November 1991.
				1950 (c/n 48210) named "City of Moreno Valley" with 22nd ARW Sep 1992

79-10780/10785		Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk
				full-scale development production aircraft
				10780 (FSD-1) construction started Oct 1979, completed
					May 1981.  Moved to Groom Lake, first flight
					Jun 18, 1981.  Now on display at Nellis AFB as gate guard.
				10781 (FSD-2) first flight Sep 24, 1981.  Now on display in USAF museum, WPAFB.
				10782 (FSD-3) to Holloman AFB, NM Nov 14, 2005 for use as ground instructional airframe.
					Now on display at Holloman AFB, NM
				10783 (FSD-4) on display at Blackbird Air Park, CA
				10784 (FSD-5) stripped and destroyed Aug 26, 2008 at AF Plant 42, Palmdale, CA
				10785 is probably 80-0785.  Crashed Apr 20, 1982
					before acceptance by USAF on first flight at Groom
					Lake, NV, pilot Robert Ridenhauer survived.
				The FY allocations of the F-117s are still somewhat
					uncertain.  

			- Army serials begin here - 

79-23187/23252		Bell AH-1S-BF Cobra
				c/n 22232/22297.	All redesignated AH-1F in 1986
				23187 (c/n 22232, AH-1F, 5-501st Avn) w/o Nov 13, 1991.
				23189 (c/n 22234, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				23190 (c/n 22235, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				23193 (c/n 22238, AH-1S) w/o Aug 4, 1983.
				23195 (AH-1F, c/n 22240) to civil registry as N195LE May 12, 2006.  Seen stored at Aara Field, GA Jan 2008
				23197 (c/n 22242) noted withdrawn from use May 23, 2001
				23201 (c/n 22246, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				23204 (c/n 22249, FAH-1S) w/o May 18, 1985.
				23208 (c/n 22253, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				23211 (c/n 22256) registration N56269 reserved Oct 11, 2007,
					taken up.
				23217 (c/n 22262) in storage at Mercer County APT, NJ.  Noted in storage at 
					Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				23220 (c/n 22265, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				23221 (c/n 22266, AH-1F) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY
					and moved to DynCorp in Puerto Rico for assessment.  To be
					refurbished for Pakistan Army, and purchased by them for spares use.
				23222 (c/n 22267, AH-1F, 3rd ACR) brownout while hovering, crashed during Desert Storm Feb 5, 1991. Crew injured.
				23223 (AH-1F c/n 22268) noted withdrawn from use at Rochester International
					Apt May 23, 2001.
				23227 (c/n 22272, AH-1F) noted at Mercer County Apt May 16, 2001, effectively withdrawn
					from use due to a vibration problme.
				23228 (c/n 22273, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
					Taken from storage and moved to DynCorp, Puerto Rico for
					assessment and refurbishment for Pakistan Army.
				23229 (c/n 22274, AH-1F) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY
					and moved to DynCorp, Puerto Rico for
					assessment and refurbishment for Pakistan Army and purchased
					by them for spares use.
				23230 (c/n 22275, AF-1F) w/o 1994.
				23231 (c/n 22276, AH-1F) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY
					and moved to DynCorp, Puerto Rico for
					assessment and refurbishment for Pakistan Army and
					purchased by them for spares use.
				23233 (c/n 22278) registered  Mar 21, 2006 to Army Aviatin Heritage Foundation
					and Museum of Hampton, GA s N233LE
				23235 (c/n 22280) AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				23237 (c/n 22282, AH-1F) w/o May 8, 1988
				23238 (c/n 22283) noted withdrawn from use at Fort Indiantown 
					Gap/Muir AAF, PA May 24, 2001.
				23239 (c/n 22284, AH-1F) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY
					and moved to DynCorp, Puerto Rico for
					assessment and refurbishment for Pakistan Army.  Has been
					refurbished for Pakistan Army.
				23245 (c/n 22290, AH-1F) w/o Apr 29, 1994.
				23246 (AH-1F: C/n 22291). Registration N346WN reserved May 1, 2003
				23248 (c/n 22293, AH-1F) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY
					and moved to DynCorp, Puerto Rico for
					assessment and refurbishment for Pakistan Army.  Purchased
					by Pakistan Army for spares use.
				23251 (c/n 22296, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				23252 (c/n 22297, AH-1F) w/o Jan 21, 1991
79-23253/23254		Pilatus UV-20A Chiricahua
				c/n 802/803.
				PC-6 Turbo Porter for operation by Army's Berlin
					Brigade.  Now with Army Golden Knights Parachute Team.
				23253 (US Army Parachute Team) collided with Cessna 182C N8813T Mar 15, 2002 after dropping 
					5 parachutists near Marana Northwest Regional AP, AZ.  Crashed, killing pilot.  
					Cessna landed safely.
79-23255/23256		de Havilland of Canada UV-18A Twin Otter
				c/n 680/681.  Both to Alaska Army National Guard.  Now with Army Golden Knights Parachute Team
79-23257/23259		Hughes YAH-64A Apache
				c/n AV.04/AV-06 
				23257 collided in midair with the photographing T-28 Nov 28, 1980.  Both aircraft crashed.  Both crew on 
					YAH-64A and the photographer on the T-28 were killed.  Pilot of T-28 survived.
79-23260/23262		Unknown allocation
79-23263/23354		Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
				c/n 70080/70171
				23265,23345,23352 converted to GUH-60A.
				23301 to YEH-60A, reverted to UH-60A.
				23297,2329923320,23321,23344,23350 to US Customs
				23267 (c/n 70084, 8-101st Avn) w/o Aug 5, 1982
				23268 (c/n 70085, 9-101st Avn) w/o Feb 2, 1984
				23271 (C/n 70088) To Israeli AF with serial 638; later reserialled 738
				23272 (c/n 70089, B Company, 1-137th) crashed at Balad, Iraq Sep 18, 2009.  1 (Michael Cote) killed, 12 injured.
				23282 (c/n 70099, returned to IN ARNG in 2008
				23293 (c/n 70110) to RECAP
				23297 (c/n 70114) with US Customs Service in Aug 1987.
				23304 (c/n 70121) to Arkansas NG from Indiana NG
				23306 (c/n 70123) to unknown unit in Iraq.  Returned to IN ARNG in 2008
				23310 (c/n 70127) up for sale in 2014
				23314 (c/n 70131, 2-82nd Avn) w/o Mar 13, 1985.
				23322 (c/n 70139, 2-82nd Avn) w/o Aug 25, 1981.
				23323 (c/n 70140) to Indiana NG.
				23324 (c/n 70141, 2-82nd Avn) w/o Mar 4, 1982.
				23328 (c/n 70145) returned to IN ARNG in 2008
				23336 (c/n 70153, C Co, 2-147th Avn) w/o Mar 2, 1984. To GUH-60A instructional airframe from 1992.
				23351 (c/n 70168) with Indiana NG in 2007
79-23355/23368		Unknown allocation.
79-23369/23370		Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
				c/n 70172/70173
79-23371/23389		Unknown allocation
79-23390/23393		Bell AH-1S Cobra 
				c/n 21709/21712
				sold to Israel
				23390 (c/n 21709) made emergency landing in field near Mitzpeh
					Ramon Mar 22, 2006 following engine failure and rolled over
					on touchdown.  2 crew suffered minor injuries.
79-23394/23401		Boeing-Vertol CH-47C Chinook
				23394 (B.726) rebuilt as MH-47E and reserialed 92-00473.
				23395 (B.727) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00213
				23396 (B.728) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-0467.
				23397 (B.729) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00226.
				23398 (B.730) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00107
				23399 (B.731) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00242
				23400 (B.732) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00244
				23401 (B.733) rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00243
79-23402/23415		Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois 
				c/n 16041/16054.  Sold to Thailand
				23409 (c/n 16048) with Royal Thai Army as 3409 and noted on display in Royal Thai Army Aviation Museum,
					Lop Buri Jul 2012.
				23412 (c/n 16051) with Royal Thai Army as 3412 and noted on display in Royal Thai Army Aviation Museum,
					Lop Buri Jul 2012.
				23415 (c/n 16054) with Royal Thai Army as 3415 and noted on display in Royal Thai Army Aviation Museum,
					Lop Buri Jul 2012.




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

79-900093			Schweizer TG-6A
				c/n 93. Glider used by USAF Academy.  C/n 93 is currently registered to Civil Air Patrol as N2683H

79-900558			Schweizer TG-4A
				c/n 558, but FAA quotes c/n as 566.  Glider used by USAF Academy.  C/n 566 to Civil Air Patrol 
					2003 as N5039Y.  C of R expired Dec 31, 2011  C/n 558 was registered to CAP Dec 8, 2003 as N2968H,
					cancelled Feb 7, 2012.

79-900586			Schweizer TG-4A
				Two-seat glider used by USAF Academy.  C/n 586 currently registered as N96255

79-900696			Schweizer TG-3A
				Glider used by USAF Academy.  C/n 696 was registered to USAF Acadamy Feb 6, 1980 as N2983H, cancelled May 13, 1992
					as destroyed.