1982 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised September 30, 2014


82-0001			Rockwell B-1B Lancer
				Scrapped at Ellsworth AFB, SD, mid-1990.
82-0002			Cancelled contract for Rockwell B-1B Lancer
82-0003			Grumman X-29A
				Grumman G-712 forward swept wing demonstrator
				Rebuilt F-5A 63-8372.  First flight Dec 14, 1984 at Edwards AFB, California.  Delivered to USAF
					Mar 12, 1985 and transferred to NASA.  Now at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH
82-0004/0005		Northrop F-5F Tiger II  
				C/n IH.1005/IH.1006).  To Sudan as 200-201 
				0004 w/o Jun 23, 1994.
				0005 to Jordan as 1756.
82-0006/0007		Boeing E-3A Sentry 
				All completed as E-3C
82-0008/0022		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-33-MC Eagle
				0008 c/n 0818/C239.  (422nd TES, 57 FWW) collided with F-15D 79-0013 Jun 15, 1999, 
					Tonopah Test Range.
				0009 c/n 0820/C240
				0010 c/n 0822/C241
				0011 c/n 0823/C242.  To AMARC Sep 20, 2010.
				0012 c/n 0824/C243
				0013 c/n 0825/C244
				0014 c/n 0826/C245
				0015 c/n 0828/C246
				0016 c/n 0829/C247
				0017 c/n 0830/C248
				0018 c/n 0831/C249
				0019 c/n 0832/C250
				0020 c/n 0834/C251.  (53rd Wing, 85th T&ES) collided with 84-0011 over
					Eglin overwater range, Gulf of Mexico Jan 28, 1999.  Both pilots ejected safely.
				0021 c/n 0835/C252.  To AMARC as FH0229 Jul 24, 2009.  
				0022 c/n 0836/C253.
82-0023/0038		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-34-MC Eagle
				0023 c/n 0837/C254.  (1st FW, 27th FS, "Maloney's Pony") crashed during takeoff at Nellis AFB, NV Mar 21, 1996.
					81-0023 was renamed "Maloney's Pony" after the crash of 82-0023.  There has and always will be a serial number with the last two 
					digits of 23 in honor of Thomas E. Maloney, a WWII ace who was in the 27th FS.
				0024 c/n 0838/C255.
				0025 c/n 0840/C256.
				0026 c/n 0841/C257.  To AMARC as FH0280 Jul 23, 2010.
				0027 c/n 0842/C258.  To AMARC as FH0252 Jun 1, 2010.
				0028 c/n 0843/C259.
				0029 c/n 0844/C260.  To AMARC as FH0293 Aug 10, 2010.
				0030 c/n 0846/C261.  To AMARC as FH0274 Jul 16, 2010.
				0031 c/n 0847/C262.  To AMARC as FH0312 Sep 3, 2010.
				0032 c/n 0848/C263.  To AMARC as FH0251 May 14, 2010.
				0033 c/n 0849/C264.  To AMARC as FH0232 Sep 8, 2009.
				0034 c/n 0850/C265.  To AMARC as FH0177 Jun 24, 2009.
				0035 c/n 0852/C266
				0036 c/n 0853/C267
				0037 c/n 0854/C286
				0038 c/n 0855/C269
82-0039/0043		Schweizer TG-7A 
				Commercial SGM 2-37 motor glider for USAF Academy. 
				0039 c/n 4.  Flown as N24AF 
				0040 c/n 6, flown as N26AF
				0041 c/n 7, flown as N27AF
				0042 c/n 8, flown as N38AF.
				0043 c/n 9, flown as N39AF,  To civil market as N39AF
82-0044/0045		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-33-MC Eagle
				0044 c/n 0827/D040
				0045 c/n 0833/D041.  To AMARC Jun 18, 2010.
82-0046/0048		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-34-MC Eagle
				0046 c/n 0839/D042
				0047 c/n 0845/D043
				0048 c/n 0851/D044
82-0049			Grumman X-29A
				Grumman G-712 forward swept wing demonstrator.
				Rebuilt with fuselage from F-5A 65-10573 ex Royal Norwegian AF.  Completed 1984 and shipped to Edwards AFB
					for flight tests.  Grounded in 1991.  Now on display outside NASA facility, Edwards AFB, CA.
82-0050			Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules 
				c/n 4916.  To Oman as 502
82-0051/0052		Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules 
				c/n 4976,4980.  4976 was 1700th C-130.
				to Japan as 35-1071/1072
82-0053			Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
				c/n 4948.  To Oman as 503
82-0054/0061		Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
				0054 (c/n 382-4968)
				0055 (c/n 382-4970)
				0056 (c/n 382-4971)
				0057 (c/n 382-4973)
				0058 (c/n 382-4975)
				0059 (c/n 382-4977)
				0060 (c/n 382-4979)
				0061 (c/n 382-4982) 
82-0062/0065		Northrop F-5G Tigershark 
				Redesignated F-20A in 11/82.
				0062 (c/n GG.1001) carried civil registration N4416T. Crashed at Suwon AB, South Korea Oct 10, 1984. Pilot killed.
				0063 (c/n GI.1001) carried civil registration N3986B. Crashed at Goose Bay, Canada May 14, 1985. Pilot killed.
				0064 carried civilian registration N44671.  Now in California Science Center, Los Angeles
				0065 cancelled before completion
82-0066/0070		Boeing E-3A Sentry 
				c/n 23417/23421.  For Saudi Arabia as 1801/1805, Peace Sentinel. 
82-0071/0076		Boeing KE-3A Sentry 
				c/n 23422/23427.  For Saudi Arabia as 1811/1816 
82-0077/0080		Lockheed KC-130T-LM Hercules 
				All transferred to US Marine Corps
				0077 (c/n 382-4972) to USMC as BuNo 162308
				0078 (c/n 382-4974) to USMC as BuNo 162309
				0079 (c/n 382-4978) to USMC as BuNo 162310
				0080 (c/n 382-4981) to USMC as BuNo 162311
82-0081/0085		Lockheed HC-130H-7-LM Hercules 
				C/N 4947, 4958, 4966, 4967, 4969.
				To US Coast Guard as 1700/1704
82-0086/0088		Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
				C/N 4936/4938 
				to Egypt as 1290/SU-BEW to
				1292/SU-BEY
82-0089/0091		Northrop F-5F Tiger II - for FMS
				0089 to Honduras as FAH4001.
				0090 to Honduras as FAH4002.
				0091 c/n IS.1003.  To Brazil as 4808
82-0092/0186		Hughes AIM-120A AMRAAM missiles
82-0187/0189		Northrop F-5F Tiger II 
				0187 c/n HO.1004 to Singapore as 853
				0188 c/n HO.1005 to Singapore as 854
				0189 c/n HO.1003 to Singapore as 855
82-0190/0193		McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender
				c/n 48212/48215
				0190 (c/n 48212, 2nd BW) w/o in ramp fire at Barksdale AFB, LA Sept 17, 1987.
					One person killed, 16 injured
				0191 (c/n 48213) named "Kahuna" in Apr 1989 with 22nd ARW
				0193 (c/n 48215) named "The Big Stick" with 22nd ARW Sep 1992.
82-0194/0633		Boeing AGM-86B ALCM missiles
82-0634/0635		Northrop F-5E Tiger II 
				0634 c/n HW.1001 for Tunisia as Y-92501 
				0635 c/n HW.1002 for Tunisia as Y-92503
				0636 C/n HW.1007 for Tunisia as Y-92515
82-0637/0639		Northrop F-5E Tiger II 
				0637 c/n HW.1003 for Tunisia as Y-92505
				0638 c/n HW.1004 for Tunisia as Y-92507
				0639 c/n HW.1005 for Tunisia as Y-92509
82-0640/0643		Northrop F-5F Tiger II 
				0640 c/n HX.1001 for Tunisia as Y-92502
				0641 c/n HX.1002 for Tunisia as Y.92504
				0642 c/n HX.1003 for Tunisia as Y.92506.  (15th Sqn) w/o Apr 10, 1996.
				0643 c/n HX.1004 for Tunisia as Y.92508
82-0644/0645		Northrop F-5E Tiger II 
				0644 c/n HW.1006 for Tunisia as Y-92511 
				0645 c/n HW.1008 for Tunisia as Y.92513
82-0646/0665		Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II
				c/n A10-0694/0713.
				0646 converted to A-10C.
				0648 (c/n 696) to AMARC as AC0282 Jan 23, 2002.  Returned to service Mar 13, 2002
				0649 converted to OA-10A.  Converted to A-10C
				0650 converted to A-10C.
				0651 converted to OA-10A
				0652 converted to OA-10A
				0653 converted to OA-10A
				0654 converted to A-10C
				0655 (52nd FW/81st FS) crashed into forest near Rambeulliers, France Jun 27, 2002.  Pilot killed.
				0656 converted to A-10C.
				0657 (c/n 705) Deployed with 511th TFS for Operation Desert Storm on December 27, 1990 and returned to RAF
					Alconbury on June 8, 1991 named “Hog’s Breath Saloon”.   Converted to OA-10A
				0658 (c/n 706) to AMARC as AC0205 Mar 2, 2000.  Returned to service May 25, 2000.
					At some point, was converted to OA-10A, later to A-10C.
				0659 converted to OA-10A
				0661 (c/n 709) to AMARC as AC0265 May 15, 2001.  Returned to service 
					Jul 19, 2001.  Back to AMARC as AC0472 Jan 17, 2006.   Returned
					to service.
				0662 (c/n 710, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0447 Feb 24, 2005.
				0663 (c/n 711, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0275.  Returned to service Nov 9, 2001.  Converted to A-10C
				0664 (c/n 712) to AMARC as AC0256 Mar 14, 2001.  Returned to service May 9, 2001.
				0665 (c/n 713) named "Cool Cat the Last Tiger" with 23rd TFW  Jul 1989, to mark the last production A-10A.  
					To AMARC as AC0273 Sep 13, 2001.  Returned to service Oct 18, 2001.  Back to AMARC Feb 14, 2007. Returned to 
					service Jul 2007.  Converted to A-10C.
82-0666			Lockheed C-130H-30-LM Hercules 
				c/n 4959.  To Thailand as 60104
82-0667			Cessna U-26A 
				Commercial Model 206 confiscated by DEA.  To US Customs
82-0668/0672		Cessna T-41D Mescalero 
				to Philippines
82-0673			Cessna 550 Citation II	
				c/n 550-0011, was formerly N98872.  To Venezuelan AF as 0002

82-0692/0705		Fairchild Republic A-10B Thunderbolt II
				Cancelled contract

82-0799/0806		Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk
				0800 was one of final four F-117s to be flown to Tonopah Test Range,
					NV for storage Apr 21, 2008
				0801 of 49th FW/416th FS w/o Aug 5, 1992 Alamogordo, NM.
					Pilot Capt. John Mills ejected safely.
				0806 downed over Serbia by SA-3 missile Mar 27, 1999.  Pilot ejected
					safely and was rescued.

82-0900/0924		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15J Fighting Falcon
				c/n 61-493/517
				0901,0903,0905,0907,0910,0913,0915,0917,0909,0921,0923 converted to ADF
				0900 (c/n 61-493) to AMARC Sep 26, 2003 as FG0483.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0901 (c/n 61-494) to Jordanian AF as 676
				0902 to AMARC as FG0526 Dec 26, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0903 to AMARC as FG0516 Nov 20, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0904 to AMARC as FG0348 Jan 10, 1996.  To Portugal AF as FAP 15121
					under Peace Atlantis II
				0905 scrapped at Sheppard AFB, Texas Sep 2009
				0906 (c/n 61-499) to AMARC as FG0509 Oct 28, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0907 to AMARC FG0511 Nov 1, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0908 to AMRC as FG0409 Jan 31, 1997.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0909 w/o Feb 10, 1988
				0910 on display at Kingsley Field, Oregon ANG, Klamath Fall, Oregon.
				0911 to AMARC as FG0461 Feb 9, 2001.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0912 (57th FWW) crashed after midair collision with F-16A 80-0597 over Indian Springs, NV Jul 24, 1987. Pilot killed.
				0913 (c/n 61-506) to AMARC as FG0402 Dec 6, 1996. To Italian AF as MM7254.  Returned to USAF.  To AMARC May 11, 2012
				0914 to AMARC as FG0533 Jan 11, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0915 to AMARC as FG0275 Nov 4, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0916 to AMARC as FG0273 Nov 3, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0917 to AMARC as FG0293 Nov 23, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0918 to AMARC Aug 8, 1994 as FG0205.  To Portugal AF as FAP 15122
					under Peace Atlantis II
				0919 to GF-16A at Technical Training Center, Sheppard AFB, TX Sep 2010.
				0920 (188th FW, 184th FS, Arkansas ANG) crashed Apr 18, 1991 near Fort Smith, AR.
				0921 to AMARC Mar 13, 1998 as FG0432.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0922 to AMARC as FG0544 Feb 7, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0923 to AMARC Nov 18, 1994 as FG0287.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0924 (c/n 61-517) to AMARC by Sept 1994. Reported as operational with 195th FS, AZ ANG.
					to AMARC as FG0536 Jan 11, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
82-0925/0944		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15K Fighting Falcon
				c/n 61-518/537
				926,0929,0930,0932,0934,0935,0937,0942 converted to ADF.
				0925 (388th TFW, 16th TFTS) crashed on the Utah Test and Training Range, UT Nov 10, 1983. Pilot killed.
				0926 at Fargo, ND.
				0927 (188th FW, 184th FS, AR ANG) w/o Dec 17, 1993.
				0928 (c/n 61-521) preserved at Sioux City painted as 85-1547
				0929 on pedestal at McChord AFB Museum, Washington
				0930 preserved at Ellington Field ANG Base, Houston, Texas.  Torn from supports and damaged
					Sep 13, 2008 by Hurricane Ike.  Restored and put back on display as of Jul 2009.
				0931 to AMARC as FG0372 Jun 26, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0932 to AMARC as FG0434 Mar 23, 1998.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0933 to AMARC as FG0549 Mar 7, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0934 w/o Jun 12, 1994
				0935 (c/n 61-528) to Jordanian AF as 677
				0936 to AMARC as FG0344 Dec 28, 1995.  To Portugal AF as FAP 15123
					under Peace Atlantis II
				0937 (ADF) w/o Mar 16, 1990.
				0938 to AMARC as FG0527 Dec 28, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0939 w/o Oct 21, 1985
				0940 w/o Nov 15, 1985, Nellis Range in collision with
					F-16B 82-1029.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0941 to AMARC as FG0350 Jan 24,1996.   To Portugal AF as FAP 15124
					under Peace Atlantis II
				0942 (c/n 61-535) to AMARC as FG0334 Jul 31, 1995.  To Italian AF as MM7255.  Returned to USAF Jul 27, 2010. To AMARC Jul 29, 2010.
				0943 (170th TFS, IL ANG) crashed on takeoff from Springfield IAP July 31, 1992.  Pilot killed
				0944 to AMARC as FG0253 Oct 17, 1994.  To Portugal AF as FAP 15125
					under Peace Atlantis II
82-0945/0965		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15L Fighting Falcon
				c/n 61-538/558
				0945,0950,0953,0955,0956,0960,0961,0963 converted to ADF
				0945 to AMARC as FG0116 Mar 28, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0946 to AMARC as FG0530 Dec 28, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0947 to AMARC as FG0269 Oct 28, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0948 to AMARC as FG0182 Jul 15, 1994.  To Portugal AF as FAP 15126
					under Peace Atlantis II
				0949 to AMARC as FG0443 Jun 20, 2000.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0950 to AMARC as FG0510 Nov 1, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0951 to AMARC as FG0539 Jan 17, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0952 to AMARC as FG0307 Dec 15, 1994.  To Portugal AF as FAP 15127
					under Peace Atlantis II
				0953 to AMARC Mar 13, 1998 as FG0424.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0954 (31st TFW, 309th TFS) crashed near Homestead AFB, FL Aug 16, 1989.
				0955 to AMARC as FG0444 Jul 28, 2000.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0956 to AMARC as FG0523 Dec 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0957 noted Mar 5, 2004 stored at Tucson IAP, AZ. 
					To AMARC as FG0491 Apr 16, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0958 to AMARC Nov 23, 1994 as FG0292.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0959 (401st TFW, 613th TFS) crashed at Torres de la Alameda, Spain Nov 21, 1984. Pilot killed.
				0960 to AMARC as FG0308 Dec 16, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0961 noted Mar 5, 2004 stored at Tucson IAP, AZ.  To AMARC as FG0520
					Dec 13, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0962 to AMARC as FG0217 Sep 1, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0963 to AMARC as FG0250 Oct 14, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0964 (c/n 61-557) to AMARC as FG0497 Aug 27, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0965 (c/n 61-558) (309th TFS) flew into the Gulf of Mexico off Homestead AFB, FL May 23, 1989.
82-0966/0986		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15M Fighting Falcon
				c/n 61-559/579
				0966,0967,0969,0972/0974,0978,0979,0981,0983,0984 converted to ADF
				0966 to AMARC as FG0263 Oct 21, 1994. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0967 to AMARC as FG0517 Nov 20, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0968 to AMARC as FG0264 Oct 25, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0969 (c/n 61-562) to AMARC as FG0301 Dec 13, 1994.  To Italian AF as MM7258.
					W/o at Trapani Nov 5, 2007 due to birdstrike while landing
					Pilot ejected.
				0970 preserved at Fort Smith ANGB, Arkansqs
				0971 (401st TFW) crashed June 25, 1984, Vilarluengo, Spain.  Pilot ejected when
					aircraft crashed.
				0972 to AMARC as FG0454 Jan 11, 2001.  To Italian AF as MM7242 
					under Peace Caesar.  Returned to USAF.  To AMARC Jun 1, 2012
				0973 to AMARC as FG0257 Oct 20, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0974 to AMARC as FG0136 Apr 8, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0975 to AMARC as FG0306 Dec 15, 1994.  To Portugal AF as FAP 15128
					under Peace Atlantis II
				0976 (c/n 61-569) to NASA as N516NA (presumably by the time this aircraft went to NASA, B-57B
					N516NA--ex 52-1576--had been retired).  Has been moved from Dryden to Lockheed
					Skunk Works  Jan 04 Now on display painted as NASA 816 at the north gate of Edwards AFB CA.
				0977 to AMARC as FG0259 Oct 21, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0978 to AMARC as FG0089 Feb 24, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0979 to AMARC as FG0446 Aug 2, 2000.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0980 to AMARC as FG0542 Feb 5, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0981 to AMARC as FG0419 Feb 13, 1998.  To Royal Thai AF under Peace
					Naruesan IV as 10205.
				0982 to AMARC as FG0175 Jun 28, 1994.  To Portugal AF as FAP 15129
					under Peace Atlantis II.
				0983 to AMARC as FG0522 Dec 19, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0984 (c/n 61-577) to AMARC as FG0389 Oct 29, 1996.  To Italian AF as MM7259.  Returned to USAF.  To AMRC May 11, 2012.
				0985 w/o Oct 30, 1990, South Weber, UT.
				0986 (c/n 61-579) to AMARC as FG0254 Oct 17, 1994. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Converted to QF-16A drone,
					#QF-004, delivered to 82nd ATRS..
82-0987/1007		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15N Fighting Falcon
				c/n 61-580/600
				0990,0992,0995 converted to ADF
				0987 to AMARC as FG0405 Dec 17, 1996.  To Royal Thai AF under Peace
					Naruesan IV as 10215.
				0988 to AMARC as FG0277 Nov 7, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0989 to AMARC as FG0388 Oct 28, 1996.  To Royal Thai AF under Peace
					Naruesan IV as 10216
				0990 w/o Aug 27, 1993, Cape May, NJ.
				0991 to AMARC as FG0371 Jun 26, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0992 to AMARC as FG0513 Nov 1, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0993 to AMARC as FG0553 Jun 15, 2007.  Reportedly the last USAF F-16A operational with
					a combat unit to be retired.
				0994 (c/n 61-587) (388th TFW) crashed at Great Salt Lake, UT Sep 13, 1988.
				0995 to AMARC Mar 6, 1998 as FG0425.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0996 to AMARC Jul 12, 1996 as FG0378.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0997 (c/n 61-590) to AMARC as FG0390 Oct 30, 1996.  To Italian AF as MM7260.  Returned to USAF Jul 27, 2010. To AMARC Jul 29, 2010.
				0998 (c/n 61-591) (401st TFW, 612nd TFS) crashed near Zaragoza, Spain Oct 9, 1986. Pilot ejected safely.
				0999 to AMARC as FG0212 Aug 22, 1994.  To Portugal AF as FAP 15130
					under Peace Atlantis II
				1000 (c/n 61-593) to AMARC Nov 2003 as FG0471.  As of Apr 2007 with Royal Jordanian AF as 686.
				1001 (c/n 61-594) to AMARC as FG0391 Oct 30, 1996.  To Italian AF as MM7261.  Returned to USAF Jul 27, 2010. To AMARC Jul 29, 2010.
				1002 to AMARC as FG0238 Oct 4, 1994.  Is in inviolate storage.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1003 w/o Mar 15, 1991
				1004 to AMARC as FG0302 Dec 13, 1994.  To Portugal AF as FAP 15131
					under Peace Atlantis II
				1005 (c/n 61-598) to AMARC as FG0393 Nov 4, 1996.  To Italian AF as MM7262.  Returned to USAF.  To AMARC May 11, 2012.
				1007 to AMARC as FG0220 Sep 12, 1994.  To Portugal AF as FAP 15132
					under Peace Atlantis II
82-1008/1025		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15P Fighting Falcon
				c/n 61-601/618
				1008 converted to ADF.  To AMARC Feb 27, 1998 as FG0423.  To Royal
					Thai AF under Peace Naruesan IV as 10210.
				1009 to AMARC as FG0463 Feb 9, 2001.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1010 converted to ADF.  To AMARC as FG0088 Feb 23, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1011 to AMARC by Sept 1994.  To Danish AF as E-011 in 1997.  Converted
					to F-16AM
				1012 converted to ADF.  To AMARC as FG0519 Dec 5, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  
					Plane on display at 119th FW base, Fargo, ND is really 80-0605. 
				1013 (c/n 61-606) noted Mar 5, 2004 stored at Tucson IAP, AZ.  To AMARC as FG0492
					Apr 16, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1014 (ADF) to AMARC as FG0455 Jan 18, 2001.  To Italian AF as MM7243 under Peace Caesar.  Returned to USAF Jun 22, 2010. 
					To AMARC Jun 24, 2010.
				1015 (401st TFW, 612th TFS) crashed near Madrid, Spain Jan 13, 1988. Pilot killed.
				1016 (ADF) to AMARC as FG0053 Jan 21, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1017 (c/n 61-610) to AMARC as FG0318 Mar 3, 1995.  To Portugal AF as FAP 15137
					under Peace Atlantis II
				1018 (c/n 61-611) w/o Jul 21, 1995
				1019 converted to ADF.  To AMARC as FG0457 Jan 26, 2001.  To Italian AF as MM7244.  Returned to USAF.  To AMARC Jun 1, 2012
				1020 w/o Nov 22, 1996
				1021 converted to ADF.  To AMARC as FG0458 Jan 26, 2001.  To Italian AF as MM7245 under Peace Ceasar in 2003.  Returned to 
					USAF.  In 2012 was put on display at Aviano AB, Italy.
				1022 to AMARC as FG0222 Sep 12, 1994.  To Portugal AF as FAP 15134
					under Peace Atlantis II
				1023 (c/n 61-616) converted to ADF.  To AMARC as FG0459 Jan 26, 2001.  To Italian AF as MM7246.
					Crashed into sea off Sardinia May 22, 2006 following collision
					with F-16 MM7263 (80-0616) 
				1024 transferred to Denmark in 1994 (E-024).  Converted to F-16AM.
				1025 to AMARC as FG0464 May 25, 2001.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
82-1026/1028		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15J Fighting Falcon
				c/n 62-92/94
				All converted to ADF
				1026 to AMARC as FG0543 Feb 6, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1027 to AMARC as FG0552 May 22, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1028 to AMARC by Sept 1994 as FG0169. Later to Jordan as RJAF s/n 232.  To Pakistan AF as 14624.
82-1029/1033		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15K Fighting Falcon
				c/n 62-95/99
				1030/1033 converted to ADF
				1029 w/o Nov 15, 1985, Nellis Range in collision with
					F-16A 82-940.  Pilot ejected safely, backseater
					was killed.
				1030 to AMARC as FG0332.  Later to Jordan as RJAF s/n 233.  To Pakistan AF as 14625.
				1031 to AMARC as FG0531 Jan 9, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1032 (c/n 62-98) to AMARC as FG0413 Dec 11, 1997.  To Thai AF as 10201
				1033 (c/n 62-99) to AMARC as FG0493 Apr 30, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
82-1034/1037		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15L Fighting Falcon
				c/n 62-100/103
				1034/1036 converted to ADF
				1034 to AMARC as FG0550 Apr 10, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1035 to AMARC as FG0546 Feb 12, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1036 to AMARC as FG0541 Jan 23, 2007.  1034 to AMARC as FG0550 Apr 10, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1035 to AMARC as FG0546 Feb 12, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1036 to AMARC as FG0541 Jan 23, 2007
				1037 crashed into Gulf of Mexico Aug 22, 1997
82-1038/1041		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15M Fighting Falcon
				c/n 62-104/107
				1038 (388th TFW, 421st TFS) crashed onto Utah Range, UT May 23, 1986.
				1039/1041 converted to ADF
				1039 to AMARC as FG0536 Jan 11, 2007.  1034 to AMARC as FG0550 Apr 10, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1040 w/o Dec 19, 1991
				1041 (c/n 62-107) to Jordanian AF Dec 13,2003 as 634 under Peace
					Falcon II
82-1042/1045		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15N Fighting Falcon
				c/n 62-108/111
				1042,1044 converted to ADF
				1042 w/o June 23, 1993, Peoria, IL.  The plane displayed at Peoria ANGB, Illnois painted as 82-1042 is
					actually 79-0420
				1043 to Egypt under Peace Vector I as 9208 
				1044 to AMARC by Nov 1994 as FG279.  Later to Jordan, Peace Falcon, as RJAF s/n 234.  To Pakistan AF as 14625.
				1045 (388th TFW, 16th TFTS) crashed at Utah Range, UT May 2, 1984.  Pilot killed.
82-1046/1049		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15P Fighting Falcon
				c/n 62-112/115
				1046,1048,1049 converted to ADF
				1046 to AMARC as FG0545 Feb 8, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1047 (c/n 62-113) to AMARC as FG0508 Dec 22, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1048 to AMARC as FG0336. Later to Jordan, Peace Falcon, as RJAF s/n 235.  To Pakistan AF as 14627.
				1049 (c/n 62-115) to AMARC as FG0438 Oct 22, 1999.  To Italian AF as MM7268.  Returned to USAF.  To AMARC Jun 1, 2012.
82-1050			General Dynamics F-16A Block 15K Fighting Falcon
				C/n 9P-1.  Built for export to Venezuela (FAV 1041), Peace Delta
82-1051/1052		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15L Fighting Falcon
				C/n 9P-2/3.  Built for export to Venezuela (FAV 0051,6611), Peace Delta
				FAV 6611 (Grupo Aereo de Casa 16) crashed at Teniente Luis de Valle Garcia Air Base
					Sept 29(27?), 2001 after birdstrike.  Pilot ejected safely.
82-1053/1055		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15K Fighting Falcon
				C/n 9Q-1/3.  Built for export to Venezuela (FAV 1715,2179,9581), Peace Delta
				FAV 9581 lost to bird strike Apr 20, 1994
				FAV 2179 lost Nov 22, 1995.  AFM book of F-16 gives date as Nov 16, 1995
82-1056/1057		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15J Fighting Falcon
				C/n 9E-25/26.  To Egypt under Peace Vector I (EAF serials 9325/9326)
				1057 (Egypt AF 9326) w/o Jul 12, 1993
82-1058/1060		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15K Fighting Falcon
				C/n 9E-27/29.  To Egypt under Peace Vector I (EAF serials 9327/9329)
				1058 (Egypt AF 9327) crashed Mar 15, 1995.
82-1061/1063		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15L Fighting Falcon
				C/n 9E-30/32.  To Egypt under Peace Vector I (EAF serials 9330/9332)
				1063 crashed after midair collision with 81-0657 Aug 3, 1992.
82-1064/1065		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15M Fighting Falcon
				c/n 9E-33/34.  To Egypt under Peace Vector I (EAF serials 9333/9334)
82-1066/1071		Northrop B-2A Block 10 Spirit
				AV-1 through AV-6, c/n 1001/1006
				1066 *Fatal Beauty*, upgraded as Block 30 in 2000.  Now named *Spirit of America*
				1067 upgraded as Block 30 1997. Named *Spirit of Arizona*.  Was also nicknamed *The Ship From 
					Hell* and *Murphy's Law* because various things went wrong.
				1068 *Shady Lady*/*The Ghost*, upgraded as Block 30 in 1999. Named *Spirit of New York*.
					Made first test flight wih Ku-Band Active Electronically
					Scanned Antenna Apr 28, 2006.
				1069 upgraded as Block 30 in 2000. Named *Spirit of Indiana*, nicknamed *Christine*.
					(509th BW/393rd BS) damaged when undercarriage collapsed during
					maintenance May 15, 2002
				1070 *Fire and Ice*, upgraded as Block 30 in 1999.  Named *Spirit of Ohio*.  The airframe
					at USAF Museum is not the real 82-1070 AV-5, but is Airframe No 4 (used for
					fatigue testing) which has an old nosewheel door from the real aircrat with the
					serial on it.
				1071 *Black Widow*, upgraded as Block 30.  Also listed as being named *Spirit of Mississippi*

82-8000			Boeing VC-25A 
					Model 747-2G4B Series 200 c/n 23824 built as presidential
					aircraft.  Originally serialed 86-8800, but reserialed by
					special order to create a series following the two
					VC-137Cs 62-6000 and 72-7000.
 

			- Army serials start here -

82-23355/23365		Hughes AH-64A Apache
				c/n PV-01/PV-11
				23357, 23358 23360, 23361, 23363 converted to GAH-64A
				23355 (PV001) converted to GAH-64D.  Noted inactive at Boeing facility, Williams AP, AZ Sep 2003
				23356 (PV002) converted to AH-64D 99-5156 (PVD156)
				23357 (PV003) converted to AH-64D 99-5126 (PVD126)
				23358 (PV004) converted to AH-64D 99-5123 (PVD123)
				23359 (PV005) converted to AH-64D 97-5035 (PVD035)
				23360 (PV006) converted to AH-64D 00-5224 (PVD224)
				23361 (PV007) converted to AH-64D 00-5225 (PVD225)
				23362 (PV008) converted to AH-64D 00-5172 (PVD172)
				23363 (PV009) converted to AH-64D 98-5073 (PVD073)
				23364 (PV010) converted to AH-64D 96-5011 (PVD011)
				23365 (PV011, D Co/1-14th Avn) w/o Aug 10, 1987.
82-23366/23368		cancelled contract for AH-64A Apache
82-23638/23642		Beech RC-12D Huron
				Not sure that these are not the same as 81-23638/23642.  Details anyone?

82-23659		Beech Model 65 Queen Air 
				ex-civilian aircraft (c/n LC-72) N844Q.  Was formerly serialed
					81-13659.  Returned to civil registry in 1994 as N6167A, then N659
82-23660/23761		Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
				23660/23670 c/n 70353/70363
                        23671/23761 c/n 70494/70584
				23660 (c/n 70353, N Troop, 4-278th ACR) w/o Jan 17, 2000.
				23668 (c/n 70361, N Co/4-278th ACR) reported wrecked while parked at Mosul airfield, Iraq when
					struck by AH-64A (serial unknown) at night Dec 9, 2004.  Crew of AH-64 killed.
				23670 (c/n 70363) to US Customs Nov 1992.
				23680 (c/n 70503) converted to HH-60G and transferred to USAF
				23681 (c/n 70504) up for sale in 2014
				23683 (c/n 70506) returned to INARNG in 2008.
				23689 (c/n 70512) converted to HH-60G and transferred to USAF
				23692 (c/n 70515) for sale Oct 2014.
				23696 (c/n 70519) returned to INARNG in 2008
				23704 (c/n 70527) returned to INARNG in 2008
				23707 (c/n 70530) MH-60G) to USAF. W/o Jan 25, 1985. To GMH-60G instructional airframe.
				23708 (c/n 70531) converted to MH-60G and transferred to USAF
				23709 (c/n 70532) rebuilt to UH-60M 04-26999.
				23710 (c/n 70533) up for sale in 2014.
				23714 (c/n 70537) w/o Apr 18, 1985.
				23717 (c/n 70540) rebuilt to UH-60M 04-270??.
				23718 (c/n 70541) became sole HH-60D Night Hawk and later became prototype HH-60A.
				23719 (c/n 70542) w/o Mar 11, 1986.
				23728 (c/n 70551) was to have been the second HH-60D, but project was cancelled before conversion could begin.
					Later converted to HH-60G.  With 58th SOW/512th RQS, crashed near Angel
					Fire, NM May 11, 2005.  Pilot was maneuvering the helicopter into turn near
					Vietnam Veterans Memorial to allow flight engineer to view displayed helo
					on ground, allowed helo to lose height and rotor struck ground. Pilot and
					copilot received minor injuries, flight engineer fatally injured.
				23732 (c/n 70555, VH-60A) in service with 12th Aviation Battalion at fort Velvoir, Virginia Dec 2010
				23735 (c/n 70558)
				23736 (c/n 70559) to Arkansas NG from Indiana NG
				23737 (c/n 70560)
				23742 (c/n 70565, VH-60A) in service with 12th Aviatin Battalion at Fort Belvoir, Virginia Dec 2006
				23745 (c/n 70568)
				23747 (c/n 70570) to US Customs.
				23748 (c/n 70571) to JUH-60A.  To NASA as 748
				23752 (c/n 70575, 421st MedCo) crashed at Aalen, West Germany Sep 20, 1984 following wire strike.  Rebuilt to UH-60M 04-27001.
				23756 (c/n 70579)
				23758 (c/n 70581, A Co, 2-2nd Avn) w/o Dec 9, 1985.
				23760 (c/n 70583) to Florida NG from Indiana NG
				23761 (c/n 70584) converted to MH-60G and transferred to USAF
82-23762/23780		Boeing-Vertol CH-47D Chinook 
				Remanufactured from CH-47A/C
				23762 (M.3013) ex CH-47A 66-0122.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 05-03758.
				23763 (M.3014) ex CH-47A 66-19049.  Later to MH-47D. Rebuilt as CH-47F 05-08014
				23764 (M.3015) ex CH-47A 64-8011.  Pitched nose down on a night landing, came rest inverted and totally burned out at Fort Campbell, 
					Kentucky Jul 24, 1990. 3 killed, 2 injured.
				23765 (M.3016) ex CH-47A 66-0119.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 09-08063
				23766 (M.3017) ex CH-47A 66-19058.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 05-03751.  Cockpit section in 2008 was at Russell Military 
					Museum, Russell, IL
				23767 (M.3018) ex CH-47A 66-19043.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 05-03761.
				23768 (M.3019) ex CH-47A 66-0106.  Converted to trainer at Ft Eustis, Virginia
				23769 (M.3020) ex CH-47A 65-8005.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 07-08035
				23770 (M.3021) ex CH-47A 66-0108.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03746
				23771 (M.3022) ex CH-47A 66-19074.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 07-08039.
				23772 (M.3023) ex CH-47A 66-0116.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03736
				23773 (M.3024) ex CH-47C 68-16002.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03745
				23774 (M.3025) ex CH-47A 64-13144.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03735
				23775 (M.3026) ex CH-47A 66-19031.  Converted to GCH-47D.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 05-08015
				23776 (M.3027) ex CH-47A 66-0115.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 07-08038
				23777 (M.3028) ex CH-47A 66-19072.  Crashed in Honduras Apr 21, 1985.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 05-08016 
				23778 (M.3029) ex CH-47C 69-17104.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 07-03769
				23779 (M.3030) ex CH-47C 68-16009.  To Thai AF in 1992.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 05-03760.
				23780 (M.3031) ex CH-47C 67-18531.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03734
82-23780/23785		Beech C-12D Huron 
				c/n BP-028/BP-033
				The duplication for 82-23780 seems to be real.
				23780 (c/n BP-028) to civil registry as N301PT May 12, 2006
				23781 (c/n BP-029) registered Oct 27, 2008 to State of California
					as N461DF
				23782 (c/n BP-030) to civil registry as N302PT May 12, 2006
82-23786		Cessna 310 - civilian aircraft confiscated from
					drug runners

82-23835/23836		de Havilland of Canada UV-18A Twin Otter
				c/n 800,801.  To Alaska Army National Guard.
				23835 transered to USAF Academy.

82-24029		Beech Model 65 Queen Air 
				ex-civilian aircraft c/n LC-195 confiscated from drug runners (conflict here).  
					Sequence of numbers before seizure was (oldest first) N232Q, N12RS, N71RS.
					Later to US Department of Justice, El Paso, TX as N2402C and now at 
					Minneapolis Community Technical College.  Has been reported as an allocation error
					because of the conflict, but I don't know what the serial was changed to.
82-24029/24043		Bell UH-1H Iroquois 
				c/n 16055/16069 (appears to be the correct cn/s from several sources)
				Built by Ucak Ana Depo ve Fabrika for Turkish Army out of Bell-supplied kits.
				24035 to Turkish Army as 11042
				24037 to Turkish Army as 11044
				24040 to Turkish Army as 12043
				24043 to Turkish Army as 12040.
				The duplication for 82-24029 seems to be real.
82-24044/24053		Bell UH-1H Iroquois 
				c/n 16501/16510.  Built by Ucak Ana Depo ve Fabrika out of Bell-supplied kits for Turkish AF
				24045 (c/n 16502) to Turkish AF and w/o Jul 4, 1991.
82-24054		Beechcraft BE.65 Queen Air
				ex-civilian aircraft (c/n LC-40) N817Q confiscated from drug runners.
				Returned to civil registry as N51685.
82-24055/24064		Bell AH-1S Cobra 
				c/n 22501/22510
				For Pakistan as 786-001/010
82-24065/24076		Bell AH-1S-BF Cobra 
				c/n 22325/22336.  For ANG - redesignated AH-1F in 1986.
				24065 (c/n 22325, AH-1F) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY and moved
					go DynCorp, Puerto Rico for assessment and possible
					transfer to Pakistan Army.  Refurbished for supply to 
					Pakistan Army
				24066 (c/n 22326, AH-1F) noted withdrawn from use May 18, 2001.
					Taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY and moved to DynCorp,
					Puerto Rico, for assessment and possible transfer to 
					Pakistan Army.  Refurbished for supply to Pakistan Army.
				24067 (c/n 22327, AH-1F) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY and moved
					go DynCorp, Puerto Rico for assessment and possible
					transfer to Pakistan Army.  Refurbished for supply to
					Pakistan Army.
				24068 (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.  Noted Jan 2010 on display at Kern County
					Airport, Bakersfield, California.
				24069 (c/n 22329, AH-1F) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY and moved
					go DynCorp, Puerto Rico for assessment and possible
					transfer to Pakistan Army.  Refurbished for supply to
					Pakistan Army.
				24071 (c/n 22331, AH-1F) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY and moved
					go DynCorp, Puerto Rico for assessment and possible
					transfer to Pakistan Army.  Refurbished for supply to
					Pakistan Army.
				24072 (c/n 22332, AH-1F) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY and moved
					go DynCorp, Puerto Rico for assessment and possible
					transfer to Pakistan Army.  Refurbished for supply to
					Pakistan Army.
				24073 (c/n 22333) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY and moved
					go DynCorp, Puerto Rico for assessment and possible
					transfer to Pakistan Army.  Refurbished for supply to
					Pakistan Army.
				24074 (c/n 22334) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY and moved
					go DynCorp, Puerto Rico for assessment and possible
					transfer to Pakistan Army.  Refurbished for supply to
					Pakistan Army.
				24075 (c/n 22335) noted withdrawn from use May 18, 2001.
				24076 (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
82-24077/24100		Bell AH-1S Cobra 
				c/n 22601/22624
				for Jordan as 1001/1012, 1201/1212.
				24085 seen in storage Nov 2013 at Blackwell Field, Ozark, Alabama
82-24101		Cessna 402B 
				Ex-civilian aircraft confiscated from drug runners.

82-26092/26104		Sikorsky S-70A-1
				Export version of UH-60 for Royal Saudi Land Forces


Note: In 1982, Bell Helicopter became an incorporated subsidiary of Textron,
bearing the name Bell Helicopter Textron Inc.