1985 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised June 4, 2017


85-0001/0010		Lockheed C-5B Galaxy
				0001 underwent AMP modification at Dover AFB Apr 2005.  Named "City of Dover".  Now C-5M (conversion #9)
					Returned to service Nov 30, 2012
				0002 began AMP modification Oct 19, 2005, completed 2006.  Converted to C-5M (conversion #5)
					Returned to service Jun 9, 2011.
				0003 named "Chevrons of Dover", AMP modifications
					at Dover AFB, to Robins AFB to get bugs worked out, now back at Dover. Converted to C-5M 
					(conversion #12).  Returned to service Sep 19, 2013.
				0004 began C-5AMP avionics modernization program Jun 13, 2002.  Completed program Dec 2002.
					Damaged when unable to fully extend starboard main undercarriage
					when landing at Dobbins AFB, GA Feb 4, 2004.  Several tires blew and
					starboard undercarriage door blown off.  Runway blocked for 2 hours
					while aircraft was made safe and removed.  Now assigned to Dover AFB.  Converted to C-5M 
					(MSN version #13).  Returned to service Nov 21, 2013.
				0005 undergoing AMP modification program at Travis AFB Sep 2005. Converted to C-5M (conversion #6)
					returned to service Aug 24, 2011.
				0006 underwent AMP modifications.  Transferred to Westover AFB.  Undergoing C-5M conversion at
					Lockheed Martin
				0007 completed AMP modification in 2006.  Taxied into blast fence at Ramstein AB,
					Germany, ripped off left wing tip.  Repaired on site.  Converted to C-5M (conversion #7).
					Returned to service Jan 10, 2012.
				0008 to AMP modifications at Dover AFB in 2006.  Named "Spirit of 9-11, Let's Roll".
					15th C-5M conversion.  Returned to service Dec 13, 2013 at Dover AFB
				0009 transferred to Westover AFB.  Undergoing C-5M conversion at Lockheed Martin
				0010 (MSN 500-96) damaged by missile near Baghdad airport, Iraq Jan 8, 2004
					but was able to land safely.  Returned to Warner Robins AFB for repair.
					Repaired and returned to unit (60th AWM/22nd AS) Feb 23, 2004.  To AMP mod.
					Was 20th C-5M conversion.  Returned to service Jun 30, 2014 at Travis AFB
85-0011/0012		Lockheed MC-130H Hercules
				0011 (MSN 382-5053)
				0012 (MSN 382-5054, 16th SOW, 15th SOS) w/o while landing on airfield near Mosul, Iraq Dec 29, 2004.
					Noone had told the pilot that a large pit had been dug in the runway.  A C-23 had
					landed there about a week before and had filed a safety hazard report, but
					no action had been taken.  Aircraft subsequently destroyed to prevent any
					unauthorized access to sensitive equipment.  AFM 12/2005
85-0013/0026		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				0013 (MSN 382-5058) to Taiwan AF as 1301
				0014 (MSN 382-5059) to Taiwan AF as 1302
				0015 (MSN 382-5060) to Taiwan AF as 1303
				0016 (MSN 382-5061) to Taiwan AF as 1304
				0017 (MSN 382-5062) to Taiwan AF as 1305
				0018 (MSN 382-5063) to Taiwan AF as 1306
				0019 (MSN 382-5064) to Taiwan AF as 1307
				0020 (MSN 382-5065) to Taiwan AF as 1308
				0021 (MSN 382-5066) to Taiwan AF as 1309
				0022 (MSN 382-5067) to Taiwan AF as 1310.  W/o Oct 10, 1997 at Sung Shan
				0023 (MSN 382-5067) to Taiwan AF as 1311
				0024 (MSN 382-5068) to Taiwan AF as 1312
				0025 (MSN 382-5088) to Japanese Self Defense Force AF as 75-1075 in 1987
				0026 (MSN 382-5090) to Japanese Self Defense Force AF as 75-1076 in 1987
85-0027/0034		McDonnell Douglas KC-10 Extender
				MSN 48232/48239
				0030 (MSN 48235) named "War Lord" with 68th ARW in Apr 2991.  Named "War Lord" with 4th Wing Jun 1994
				0031 (MSN 48236) named "City of Goldsboro" with 4th Wing in Jun 1991
				0032 (MSN 48237) named "Swamp Rat" with 2nd BW in Jun 1991,
				0034 (MSN 48239) Named “Lousiana Yard Dog” with 2nd BW in November 1990, also May 1992.
85-0035/0042		Lockheed C-130H Hercules 
				0035 (MSN 382-5073)
				0036 (MSN 382-5074)
				0037 (MSN 382-5077)
				0038 (MSN 382-5079) with 357AS/908AW Maxwell AFRC
				0039 (MSN 382-5080)
				0040 (MSN 382-5083)
				0041 (MSN 382-5086) 
				0042 (MSN 382-5089)
85-0043/0044		Northrop F-5E Tiger II 
				MSN HY.1008, HY.1009.  To Bahrain as 688 and 684
				0043 to Bahrain as 688 Jan 21, 1987
				0044 to Bahrain as 684 Sep 4, 1986 
85-0045/0046		Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
				Transferred to US Marine Corps
				0045 (MSN 382-5085) to US Marine Corps as 163310
				0046 (MSN 382-5087) to US Marine Corps as 163311
85-0047/0048		Schweizer RG-8A
				Modified SGM 2-37 motor gliders for Army *Grisly Hunter* reconnaissance project.
				0047 (MSN 2) Model SA 2-38A.  Carried civilian registration N3623F.  Then went to US Coast Guard
					in 1989 as 8101, then back to makers where converted to RU-38A MSN N61428 registered with MSN 1
					Oct 31, 1994, cancelled Apr 18, 2013.  Then back to USCG as 8101.  Registered N61449 in 1997, 
					expired Oct 3, 2002, cancelled Oct 23, 2013
				0048 (MSN 4) carried civilian registration N3623C, registered with MSN 1. Sale reported Jan 6, 1986.   Crashed
					at Ft. Huachuca Sep 22, 1986, killing two-man crew.
85-0049/0050		Gulfstream C-20C 
				Gulfstream III purchased by USAF for "special 
					mission".  Operated by 89th ALW at Andrews
					AFB and are equipped with secure communications systems
					for transporting officials during time of crisis.
				0049 MSN 456 is ex N336GA.  To AMARC Dec 2013
				0050 MSN 458 is ex N338GA.  To AMARC Dec 2013
85-0051/0052		Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
				MSN 5035, 5037.  To US Coast Guard as 1714,1715
85-0053/0056		Northrop F-5F Tiger II
				MSN HZ.1001/HZ.1004.  To Bahrain as 641/644
85-0057/0058		Northrop F-5E Tiger II
				MSN HY.1005, HY.1003.  To Bahrain as 685,683
				0057 to Bahrain as 685 Dec 7, 1986
				0058 to Bahrain as 683 Sep 14, 1986
85-0059/0092		Rockwell B-1B Lancer Lot IV
				Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0059 (MSN 19) named "Better Duck" with 96th Wing in Sep 1991.  Named "Star of Abilene II" with 9th BS
					in May 2010
				0060 (MSN 20) named "Reach Out and Touch Someone" with 127th BS, Kansas ANG in May 2000.  Named 
					"Dakota Possee" in Jul 2005 with 34th BS, 28th BW.	
				0062 (MSN 22) named "Skydancer" with 96Th BW in Aug 1989.  To AMARC Aug 21, 2002 as BT0002.  Now stands 
					in 'celebrity row' at AMARC.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0063 (96th BW, 337th BS) caught fire in midair near Dyess AFB Oct 4, 1989.  All four 
					crewmembers ejected safely.
				0064 (MSN 24) named "Eliminator"  with 96th BW in Oct 1989. Named "Underdog" with 28th Wing Apr 1992.
					Named "Wichita KS Intertribal Warrior Society" with 127th BS, 184th BW in Jul 1997.  Was scheduled to 
					go to AMARC Sep 2003, but was not sent.
				0065 to AMARC Sep 26, 2012
				0066 (28th BW) right main undercarriage caught fire on landing at Andersen AFB, Guam
					Sep 15, 2005.  Crew exited the aircraft without injury, but
					aircraft suffered over 32 million dollars of damage.  AFM Apr 2006.
					Repairs underway using parts removed from B-1Bs stored at AMARC
					and moved to Guam.  Test flown Jun 11, 2008, to be ferried to
					Tinker AFB, OK for completion of reapirs
				0067 (MSN 27) named "Wild Thing" with 96th BW in Apr 1989.  To AMARC Mar 25, 2003 as BT0014.  Noted stored 
					at Edwards AFB Fall 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0069 (MSN 29) named "Daisy Mae" with 96th Wing Jun 1992.  Named "Home Improvement" with 127th BS May 2000
				0070 (MSN 30) named "Excalibur"  with 96th BW in Sep 1989.  Suffered inflight hydraulic failure.  Nose 
					gear-up landing made at Edwards AFB.  To AMARC as BT0005 Aug 26, 2002.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0071 (MSN 31) named "Liberator" with 96th Wing Oct 1991.  To AMARC Aug 23, 2002 as BT0003
				0072 (MSN 32) named "Polarized" with 7th Wing Oct 1993. 
				0073 (MSN 33) first B-1 to Ellsworth AFB, SD Jan 13, 1987.  Named "Cerberus" with 7th Wing Oct 1993.
					To AMARC as BT0023 Mar 24, 2008.  Active with 9th BS, 7th BW at Dyess AFB in 2016.
				O074 (MSN 34) named "Penetrator" with 96th Wing Apr 1992.  Converted to Block D Nov 1998, also had Towed Decoy System fitted.
				0075 (MSN 35) named "Banshee" with 28th BW in Jun 1991.  Converted to Block D 1998, also had Towed 
					Decoy System fitted.  Named "Dakota Demolition" with 37th BS/28th BW in 1997.
				0076 (28th BW, 37th BS) crashed on landing at Ellsworth AFB Nov 17, 1988.  All 4 
					crewmen ejected safely.
				0077 (MSN 37) named "Pride of South Dakota" with 77th BS, 28th BWS in Jul 1993.  Converted to Block D Jun 1999.  
					To AMARC as BT0030 May 19, 2008.  Seen at Nellis AFB Nov 12, 2011, so must have
					been returned to service.
				0078 (MSN 38) named "Heavy Metal" with 28th Wing Jun 1992.  Crashed Sept 19, 1997, Azada, Montana.  Flew 
					into ground during training mission.  All 4 crew killed.
				0079 (MSN 39) named "Deadwood Dealer" with 28th BW Oct 1993.  To AMARC as BT0031 Jun 30, 2008.  Returned to service. 
					With 34th BS Apr 25, 2010 as noted at Barksdale AFB airshow and again at Langley AFB May 13, 2011.
				0080 (MSN 40) named "Wichita Thunder" with 127th BS, Kansas ANG in Feb 2001.
				0081 (MSN 41) named "Equalier" with 28th BW in Jul 1988.  Nosegear collapsed at Diego Garcia Dec 14, 2004.  
					This caused the B-1 fleet to be grounded pending inspection of the nose
					landing gear.  The plane had taken off from Diego Garcia on the way
					back to Ellsworth but was forced to return due to an abnormal
					nose landing gear indication.  It landed and taxied back to its
					parking spot, idled for a while, then the nose just fell to the
					ground.  Named "After Shock" with 127th BS/184th BW in Sep 2000
				0082 (MSN 42) Named “Gunsmoke” with 96th Wing in March 1992.   To AMARC Sep 19, 2003 as BT0017.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To Boeing at Seattle, WA for fatigue testing
					Oct 26, 2011
				0083 (MSN 43) named "Dark Star" with 28th BW in Jul 1988. 
					Converted to Block D, also had Towed Decoy System fitted.
				0084 converted to Block D Jun 1999.  Named "Brute Force" with 37th BS/28th BW in 1996 and "Hard Rain" with 
					34th BS/28th BW in 2006.
				0085 (MSN 45) named "America 1" with 28th BW in Jun 1993.  Converted to Block D Jun 1999
				0086 (MSN 46) named "My Mistress" with 28th BW in Jun 1992.  Converted to Block D Aug 1999.  To AMARC 
					Sep 11, 2002 as BT0008.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0087 (MSN 47) named "Gremlin" with 28th BW in Sep 1987.  To AMARC as BT0022 Mar 11,2008.  
					Returned to service Mar/Apr 2008.  Seen at MacDill Air Show Nov 6, 2011.
				0088 (MSN 48) mamed "Phoenix" with 28th BW in Jul 1988.  Named "Loaded Dice" with 127th BS, 184th BW in Oct 1995.
				0089 (MSN 49) named "Midnight Prowler, The Last Patrol" with 7th BW in Jul 2005.
				0090 (MSN 50) named "Trail Blazer" with 28th BW in Jul 1988.  Converted to Block D Aug 1999
				0091 (MSN 51) named "Thor" with 28th BW in Jul 1988.  Converted to Block D Nov 1998, also had Towed Decoy 
					System fitted.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Wing at Ellsworth Air Force Base, SD. 
					On Aug. 19, 2013 destroyed when it crashed near Broadus, Montana during a routine 
					training mission from Ellsworth Air Force Base, All four crew members ejected safely 
					and landed with minor injuries.
				0092 (MSN 52) named "Enforcer" with 28th BW in Jul 1988.  As 'Apocalypse' to AMARC Sep 17, 2002 as BT0010.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
85-0093/0107		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-39-MC Eagle
				0093 MSN 0944/C335 (3rd Wing, 12th FS) collided with 85-0098 near Okinawa Oct 4, 2004.  Both
					aircraft landed safely
				0094 MSN 0946/C336
				0095 MSN 0947/C337
				0096 MSN 0948/C338.  With 159th FS, 125th FW of Florida ANG
				0097 MSN 0949/C339
				0098 MSN 0950/C340 (3rd Wing, 12th FS) collided with 85-0093 near Okinawa Oct 4, 2004.  Both
					aircraft landed safely.
				0099 MSN 0952/C341.  (58th FS, 33rd FW) flown by Capt Lawrence E. Pitta
					shot down MiG-25 with AIM-7M Jan 19, 1991, Desert Storm.  This
					plane burned out at Eglin AFB, Jan 10, 1997.
				0100 MSN 0953/C342
				0101 MSN 0954/C343.  (33rd FW, 58th FS) flown by Capt. Richard C. Tollini
					shot down MiG-29 with AIM-7M Jan 19, 1991, Desert Storm.  Later with 131st FS, 104th FW MANG
				0102 (33rd FW, 58th FS) flown by Capt. David Rose shot
					down MiG-23 Jan 29, 1991, Desert Storm.
				0102 MSN 0955/C344.  Shot down IrAF MiG-23 Jan 29, 1994 with AIM-7M.
					(36th FW, 53rd FS) flown by Capt Anthony R. Murphy
					shot down two Su-22s Feb 7, 1991, Desert Storm.
				0103 MSN 0956/C345
				0104 MSN 0958/C346 (33rd FW, 58th FS) flown by Capt Anthony E. Schiavi
					shot down MiG-23 Jan 26, 1991, Desert Storm.
				0105 MSN 0959/C347.  (33rd FW, 58th FS) flown by Capt Robert E. Graeter 
					shot down two IrAF Mirage F.1EQs with AIM-7Ms Jan 17, 1991, Desert Storm	
				0106 MSN 0960/C348.  With 123rd FS, 142nd FW of Oregon ANG.
				0107 MSN 0961/C349.  (33rd FW, 58th FS) flown by Capt Charles J. Magill
					(USMC) shot down MiG-29 Jan 17, 1991 with AIM-7M, Desert Storm
85-0108/0128		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-40-MC Eagle
				0108 MSN 0962/C350.  (33rd FW, 58th FS) flown by Capt Rhory R. Draeger
					shot down MiG-29 Jan 17, 1991, Desert Storm.  Damaged in emergency
					landing at Tinker AFB, OK with 3rd Wing, 12th FS Feb 1, 2003.  Pilot remained with
					aircraft and was not hurt. 
				0109 MSN 0963/C351.  (58th FS, 33rd FW) crashed Jul 6, 1989 near Lamison, AL during aerial
					combat maneuvers.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0110 MSN 0965/C352
				0111 MSN 0966/C353.  Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG
				0112 MSN 0967/C354.  Damaged in tornado at Eglin AFB, Jun 6, 1998.
				0113 MSN 0968/C355.  Later with 131st FS, 104th FW MANG
				0114 MSN 0969/C356.  (33rd FW, 58th FS) flown by Capt. Cesar Rodriguez
					destroyed MiG-29 by ACM Jan 19, 1991, Desert Storm
					0114 (33rd FW, 58th FS) flown by Capt. Cesar Rodriguez
					destroyed MiG-23 Jan 26, 1991, Desert Storm.  Now at Kelly AFB, TX.
					Seen Jun 2009 at Lackland AFB, but the plane there is really 71-0280.
				0115 MSN 0970/C357
				0116 MSN 0972/C358.  (60th FS, 33rd FW) crashed into Gulf of Mexico Jul 13, 1992.
					Pilot ejected safely and was picked up by an oil freighter.
				0117 MSN 0973/C359.
				0118 MSN 0974/C360.  With 131FS/104FW MANG
				0119 MSN 0975/C361 (33rd FW, 58th FS) flown by Capt. Rhory R. Draeger
					shot down IrAF MiG-23 with AIM-7M Jan 26, 1991, Desert Storm.
				0120 MSN 0976/C362
				0121 MSN 0977/C363
				0122 MSN 0978/C364.  (33rd FW, 58th FS) flown by Capt. Craig w. Underhill
					shot down IrAF MiG-29 with AIM-7M Jan 19, 1991.  Later with 131FS/104FW MassANG BarnesANGB
				0123 MSN 0979/C365.
				0124 MSN 0981/C366.  (33rd FW/58th FS) flow by Col Rick Parson shot down
					IrAF Su-22 with AIM-7M Feb 7, 1991, Desert Storm.
				0125 MSN 0982/C367.  (33rd FW, 58th FS) flown by flown by Capt. Jon K. 
					Kelk shot down IrAF MiG-29 with AIM-7M Jan 17, 1991, Desert Storm.
					The plane on display on a pylon at a roadside park in DeBary, FL carrying
					a plaque honoring an airman killed in the Khobar Towers bombing
					Jun 25, 1996 is actually 76-0076 painted as 85-0125.  
					0125 now with 131st FS, 104th FW with Massachusetts ANG
				0126 MSN 0983/C368.
				0127 MSN 0984/C369.  Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.
				0128 MSN 0985/C370.
85-0129/0131		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-39-MC Eagle
				0129 MSN 0945/D055.  With 194FS/144FW California ANG Fresno
				0130 MSN 0951/D056
				0131 MSN 0957/D057.  With 57th ATG/65th AS) crashed on Nevada Test and Training
					Range after takeoff from Nellis AFB for combat training mission Jul 30, 2008.
					1 killed, 1 injured.  Cause of accident was pilot momentarily
					exceeding maneuvering limitation when fuel remained in 
					external tanks, which led to loss of control.
85-0132/0134		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-40-MC Eagle
				0132 MSN 0964/D058.  With 123rd FS, 142nd FW of Oregon ANG.
				0133 MSN 0971/D059
				0134 appears to be an F-15D, not a C.
85-0135/0140		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15X Fighting Falcon
				Built by Fokker for Holland (J-135/140)
				0135 (MSN 6D-125, J-135) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM
				0136 (MSN 6D-126, J-136) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM
				0137 (MSN 6D-127, J-137) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM.
					To Chilean AF as 726, delivered Apr 12, 2007.
				0138 (MSN 6D-128, J-138) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM
				0139 (MSN 6D-129, J-139) had midlife update and redesignated F-16AM.  
					To Chilean AF as 731.
				0140 (MSN 6D-130, J-140) had midlife update and redesignated F-16AM.  Hit trees
					on low-level flight at Goose Bay, Canada May 21, 1998. Plane landed
					safely, but was later deemed unrepairable.
85-0141/0146		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15Y OCU Fighting Falcon
				built by Fokker for Holland (J-141/146)
				0141 (MSN CD-131, J-141) had midlife update and redesignated F-16AM.
					Delivered to Chilean AF Sep 4, 2006 as 730.
				0142 (MSN 6D-132, J-142) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM.
				0143 (MSN 6D-133, J-143) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM.
					Sold to Chilean AF as 725.   Left Holland for delivery to Chile Jun 3, 2007.
				0144 (MSN 6D-134, J-144) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM.
					Damaged on aborted takeoff Jun 15, 2008 at Kandahar, Afghanistan.  Repaired.
				0145 (MSN 6D-135, J-145) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM
				0146 (MSN 6D-136, J-146) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM
85-0147/0155		Beech RC-12K Huron
				MSN FE-001/009.  These planes are listed as 85-50147/50155 in 1996 Army Gold Book.
				0148 to AMARC Jun 29, 2016.  to Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				0151 (B Company 1st MI Btn) crashed near Giebelstadt, Germany Nov 6, 1998.  Two crew killed.
				0154 (1st MIB-AE) crashed near Nuremberg, Germany Mar 26, 2001.  2 killed.
85-0156/0176		Morton Thiokol LGM-118A Peacekeeper missiles

85-0251/0260		General Dynamics AGM-129A missiles
85-0261/0296		Beechcraft MQM-107B Streaker
				Reusable, turbojet-powered target towing drone
				0271 MQM-107D displayed at Warner-Robins Museum of Aviation, GA Apr 18, 2013
85-0297/0595		Beechcraft MQM-107D Streaker
				Reusable, turbojet-powered target towing drone

85-0813/0824		Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk
				0813/0820 MSN A.4043/A.4050
				some references have these as 85-1813/1824.  Also some references
					85-0821/0823 being in FY 86 as 86-0821/0823.  These are
					listed in both places until this question is resolved.
				0815 w/o Oct 14, 1987, Nellis Range.  Maj. Michael Stewart killed
				0822 w/o May 10, 1995, Zuni, NM
				0817 (MSN A.4047) reported WFU and stored at Tonopah Mar 2007
				0823 (MSN A.4061) 
				0824 (MSN A.4038) was one of final four F-117s flown to Tonopah Test Range, NV
					for storage Apr 21, 2008.  This has also been seen with tail number 84-0824.
					Are you confused yet?

85-0829/0836		Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk
				MSN A.4051/A-4058.  ome references have these as 85-1829/1836
				0832 (MSN A.4054) named "Once Bitten" with 49th FW.  reported WFU and stored at Tonopah Mar 2007.
				0835 (MSN A.4057) in use (January 2004) by 53rd TEG/Det 1 at Holloman AFB, NM in 
					two-tone grey colour scheme to ascertain suitability for possible daylight 
					use. Nicknamed 'The Dragon'.  Reported WFU and stored at
					Tonopah Mar 2007.


85-1261/1272		Beech C-12F Huron
				MSN BP-052/063.  Some rebuilt as C-12T1
				1261 w/o Nov 12, 1992.
				1265 (MSN BP-055) operated by Fort Belvoir Regional FLight Center at Naval Air Facility, Washington in Aug 2001.
				1269 crashed Corumbo, Brazil Jan 11, 1992.
85-1360			Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
				MSN 382-5023 - To US Coast Guard as 1716
85-1361/1368		Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules 
				MSN 5071,5072,5075,5076,5078,5081,
				5082,5084 - for Texas ANG, 136th Airlift Wing.
				1361 (MSN 382-5071) named "Spirit of Texas" with 181st AS, Texas ANG Sep 1997.
				1365 (MSN 382-5078) named "City of Fort Worth" with 181st AS, Texas ANG Sep 1997
85-1369/1372		General Dynamics F-16N Block 30B Fighting Falcon
				MSN 3M-1/4.  Transferred to US Navy as Bu No 163268/163271
85-1373/1378		General Dynamics F-16N Block 30C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 3M-5/10.  Transferred to US Navy as Bu No 163272/163277
85-1379/1382		General Dynamics TF-16N Block 30E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 3N-1/4.  Transferred to US Navy as Bu No 163278/163281

85-1384/1385		General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon 
				for South Korea under Peace Bridge II

85-1398			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-178.  Named "Gunfighter with South Dakota ANG in 2001.  To AMARC Sep 22, 2010.
85-1399			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-179.  (10th TFS) crashed after engine failure near Gunzenhausen, Germany Sep 17, 1987. Pilot ejected safely.
85-1400			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-180. Named "Juanita" with 121st FS, DC ANG in May 1994.   To AMARC Jun 29, 2010.
85-1401			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-181.  With 50th TFW crashed near Mainz, West Germany
					Jun 29, 1988 after colliding with F-16C 84-1395.  One
					pilot killed, other ejected.
85-1402			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-182
85-1403/1407		General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-183/187.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1404 to AMARC May 28, 2010.
				1405 with 148th FS, 162nd FW Arizona ANG Test Center
85-1408			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-188
85-1409			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-189.  To AMARC Sep 1, 2009.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
85-1410			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-190
85-1411			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-191.  To AMARC Jun 30, 2010.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
85-1412			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-192
85-1413			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-193.  Crashed 95 mi N of Nellis AFB, Nevada Jun 28, 2011 during simulated air-to-air combat.  Pilot killed.
85-1414			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-194.  14th TFS) crashed due engine flameout near Iwate, Japan Sep 1, 1988. Pilot ejected safely.
85-1415/1421		General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-195/201.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1415 to AMARC as FG0572 Jun 24, 2008
				1416 to AMARC as FG0587 Jun 12, 2008
				1417 (MSN 5C-197) to AMARC as FG0569 May 29, 2008.  FMS to Indonesian AF as TS-1642, delivered May 22, 2015.
				1420 to AMARC Mar 25, 2009.
				1421 to AMARC Jun 25, 2009.
85-1422			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-202.  To AMARC Apr 16, 2010.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
85-1423			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-203.   (422nd TES) crashed due engine failure 75 mi N of Las Vegas, NV Jan 28, 1991. Pilot ejected safely.
85-1424			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-204.  w/o with 86th TFW June 23, 1987, Weselberg, pilot killed
85-1425			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-205
85-1426			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-206.  To AMARC Sep 24, 2010.   Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
85-1427			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-207.  To AMARC Jul 14, 2009.
85-1428			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-208
85-1429/1431		General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-209/211.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1429 to AMARC Aug 10, 2010.
				1430 to AMARC Aug 10, 2010.
				1431 to AMARC Sep 21, 2010.
85-1432			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-212.  To AMARC Mar 3, 2010.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
85-1433			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-213.  To AMARC as FG0571 May 29, 2008.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
85-1434			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-214.  To AMARC May 7, 2010.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
85-1435			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-215.  To AMARC Jul 14, 2009.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
85-1436			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-216.  To AMARC Sep 21, 2010.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
85-1437			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-217
85-1438			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-218
85-1439			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-219
85-1440			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-220.  Named "Thumper" with South Dakota ANG in 2001.  To AMARC Jun 4, 2010.
					Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
85-1441			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-221.  To AMARC May 4, 2010.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
85-1442			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-222.  Named "Speedy" with South Dakota ANG in 2001.  To AMARC Sep 15, 2010.
85-1443			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-223
85-1444			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-224
				(301st FW, 457th FS) damaged in accident summer 2001.  Noted
					early 2005 under repair at Hill AFB using parts from 
					F-16N 163571.   To AMARC Sep 15, 2010.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
85-1445			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-225
				(56th FW/61st FS) crashed on Barry M. Goldwater Range, AZ Jun 13, 2003.  Circumstances of 
					accident were that shortly after takeoff from Gila Bend Auxiliary Airfield, the aircraft 
					ingested a turkey vulture, which did the engine (and the vulture) no good at all. 
					Pilot ejected safely
85-1446			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-226.  To AMARC May 20, 2010.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
85-1447			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-227.  To AMARC as FG0567 Apr 29, 2008.   FMS to Indonesian Air Force as TS-1643. Assigned to 3 Squadron
					DBR Apr 16, 2015 at Halim Perdana Kusuma AFB, Jakarta, Indonesia when the aircraft hit a pothole on the runway and the pilot aborted 
					the takeoff.  A subsequent fire caused extensive damage.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
85-1448/1451		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-228/231
				1448 named "Cold Steel" with South Dakota ANG in 2001.  To AMARC Oct 6, 2010.
				1450 to AMARC Jul 15, 2010.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1451 (526th FS) crashed at Incirlik, Turkey Sep 8, 1992. Pilot ejected safely.
85-1452			General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-232.  To AMARC Aug 18, 2010.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
85-1453/1485		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-233/265.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1452 to AMARC Aug 18, 2010.
				1453 to AMARC May 13, 2010.
				1454 named "The King Lives" with South Dakota ANG in 2001.  To AMARC Sep 14, 2010.
				1455 (MSN 5C-235) to AMARC May 13, 2010.  For conversion in 2013 to QF-16 Full Scale Aerial Target.
					Converted to QF-16C QF-011
				1456 (101st FW, 457th FS) crashed Aug 28, 2000 due to pilot
					error while performing unauthorized aerobatic maneuvers.
					Pilot killed in crash.
				1461 to AMARC Jul 21, 2010.
				1462 ((86th TFW, 526th TFS) crashed at Hermeskeil, West Germany Apr 18, 1988. Pilot ejected safely.
				1463 1463 (86th TFW, 526th TFS) collidied midair with F-5E 74-1534 and crashed at Lebach, West Germany 
					Oct 19, 1987. Pilot killed.
				1464 to AMARC Jun 29, 2010.
				1465 to AMARC Aug 11, 2010.
				1466 named "Satan" with South Dakota ANG in 2001.  To AMARC Aug 24, 2010.
				1469 named "Miss Deal" with South Dakota ANG in 2001.  (145th FW/175th FS, South Dakota ANG) damaged in midair 
					collision with KC-10A 83-0081 Oct 28, 2005.  Was able to land safely.  Now on static display
					at Joe Foss Field, South Dakota.
				1472 with 457th FS, Texas ANG in 1010
				1473 to AMARC Jun 17, 2010.
				1476 to AMARC Apr 28, 2010.
				1477 to AMARC Aug 31, 2010.
				1478 to AMARC Jul 9, 2010.
				1480 to AMARC Apr 16, 2010
				1481 with DC Air National Guard
				1482 to AMARC May 7, 2010.
				1483 named "We Deliver" with Iowa ANZG in 2001.  To AMARC Apr 22, 2010.
				1485 (512nd FS) crashed due engine failure at Konya ranges, Turkey Oct 22, 1992.
85-1486/1505		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30B Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-266/285.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1486 named "The Stalker" with South Dakota ANG in 2001.  To AMARC Aug 20, 2010.
				1488 (MSN 5C-268) named "City of St Clair Shores" with 107th FS, Michigan ANG in Aug 1994.  To AMARC Jul 8, 2010.
				1489 (Indiana ANG 181st FW/113st FS) crashed Nov 17, 1998
					Jefferson Proving Ground Range near Madison, IN
					due to engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				1490 to AMARC May 6, 2010.
				1491 to AMARC Jul 8, 2010.  To QF-16 drone QF-008
				1492 (13th FS) crashed due instrument failure at Osan, South Korea Apr 28, 1993. Pilot ejected safely.
				1494 to AMARC May 6, 2010.
				1495 to AMARC Aug 18, 2010.
				1496  (13th FS) collided in midair with KC-135R 61-0284 and crashed into the Pacific Ocean Jan 22, 1992.
				1497 to AMARC May 6, 2010.
				1499 to AMARC Jul 8, 2010.
				1500 to AMARC Jul 14, 2010.  Converted to QF-16C QF-012
				1501 with 457th FS, 301st FW at Carswell AFB, Texas.
				1502 to AMARC Jun 10, 2010.  Crashed Nov 14, 2014 in Gulf of Mexico.  Pilot killed.
				1503 to AMARC May 6, 2010.
				1504 to AMARC Sep 16, 2010.
85-1506/1508		General Dynamics F-16D Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-28/30.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1506 to AMARC Aug 24, 2010.
				1508 to AMARC Jun 8, 2010.
85-1509			General Dynamics F-16D Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-31
85-1510			General Dynamics F-16D Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-32. (314th TFTS) destroyed on the Barry M. Goldwater range, AZ Sep 20, 1990.
85-1511			General Dynamics F-16D Block 30 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-33
85-1512			General Dynamics F-16D Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-34
85-1513			General Dynamics F-16D Block 30A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-35
85-1514/1516		General Dynamics F-16D Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-36/38.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1515 (MSN 5D-37) to AMARC Sep 30, 2010.  To Indonesian AF as TS-1623 Jul 25, 2014
				1516 to AMARC May 18, 2010.
85-1517			General Dynamics F-16D Block 30A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-39. (86th TFW) crashed at Metz, France Aug 27, 1987. Both crew ejected safely.
85-1518/1523		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32A Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4G-9/14.  For Egypt as EAF serials 9509/9514, Peace Vector II
85-1524/1543		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32B Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4G-15/34.  For Egypt as EAF serials 9515/9534, Peace Vector II
				1529 (Egypt AF 9520) w/o May 10, 1994
				1530 (Egypt AF 9521) w/o May 23, 1995
				1542 (Egypt AF 9533) crashed 80 mi S of Beni Suef AB, Egypt
					Apr 21, 2008.  Pilot killed.
85-1544/1570		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30B Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-286/312.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1545 (Iowa ANG, 174th FS) crashed near Sioux Falls, SD Jun 7, 1996.
				1548 named "Trouble Maker" with Iowa ANG in 2001.  To AMARC Apr 22, 2010.
				1549 (301st FW, 457th FS) destroyed in landing collision with F-16C 85-1546 at Nellis AFB Aug 15, 2015.
					Ejection seat fired automatically but could not eject as it was pinned under the wing of the first
					aircraft.  Pilot seriously injured.
				1550 (Iowa ANG, 174th FS) collidied with a flock of pelicans, minimum of five pelicans hit the plane and were ingested 
					into the engine, the plane crashed near Johnston, NE May 13, 1998. Pilot ejected safely.
				1551 with 416 FTS/412TW at Edwards AFB
				1554 named "Special Delivery" with Iowa ANG in 2001.
				1555 (181st FW, 113rd FS) collided with F-16C 86-0260 May 17, 2004
					over Wabash River, IL/IN border and crashed.  Pilot of one aircraft
					was killed when parachute did not deploy fully.  Other pilot survived.
					Cause of accident was loss of situational awareness by pilot
					of 2nd aircraft in formation who mistook 3rd aircraft for
					lead aircraft.
				1556 named "Big Dog" with Iowa ANG in 2001.
				1557 to AMARC Jun 24, 2010.
				1558 to AMARC Aug 2, 2010.
				1559 to AMARC Jul 23, 2010.
				1561 named "The Butcher with Iowa ANG in 2001.  To AMARC Mar 23, 2010.
				1562 (MSN 5C-304) to AMARC Jun 10, 2010.  Converted to QF-16C drone QF-013 and delivered to 82nd ATRS Aug 2014.
				1563 to AMARC Mar 12, 2010.
				1564 (MSN 5C-306) (MSN 5C-306, 457th FS) crashed near Sidney, TX Nov 6, 1997.  Pilot ejected safely.
				1565 named "Super Sonic II" with Iowa ANG in 2001.  To AMARC Apr 22, 2010.
				1566 named "Bud" with Iowa ANG in 2001.  To AMARC Mar 5, 2010.
				1567 to AMARC Aug 12, 2010.
				1568 named "The Beast" with Iowa ANG in 2001.  To AMARC May 5, 2010.
				1569 (MSN 5C-311) named "Double Barrel" with Iowa ANG in 2001.  Converted to QF-16C drone #QF-005.  Delivered
					to 82nd ATRS
				1570 (MSN 5C-312) named "The Widow Maker" with Iowa ANG in 2001. Assigned to 1389th FS, New York ANG.
					To AMARC as FG0638.   Converted to QF-16C drone #QF-001.  Delivered to 82nd ATRS.
85-1571/1573		General Dynamics F-16D Block 30B Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-40/43.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1573 to AMARC Jul 14, 2010.
85-1574/1575		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5A-1/2.  To South Korea as RoKAF serials 85-574/85-175 under Peace Bridge I
85-1576/1579		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5A-3/6.  To South Korea as RoKAF serials 85-576/85-579 under Peace Bridge I
				1576 (19th FW) crashed after takeoff near Chungju, South Korea Jan 27, 2006. Pilot ejected.
				1578 operated by 19th FW, ROKAF
85-1580/1583		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32B Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5A-7/10.  To South Korea as RoKAF serials 85-580/85-583 under Peace Bridge I
				1581 w/o Nov 19, 2004.  AFM 6/2007
85-1584/1585		General Dynamics F-16D Block 32A Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5B-5/6.  To South Korea as RoKAF serials 85-584,85-585 under Peace Bridge I
85-1586/1595		Northrop F-5E Tiger II 
				1586/1591 MSN HI.1001/HI.1006.  To Singapore as 836/841
					1586 converted to RF-5E
					1590 converted to RF-5E
					1591 converted to RF-5E
				1592/1595 MSN HY.1001, HY.1002, HY.1006, HY.1007.  To Bahrain as 681,682,686,687
85-1596/1605		Fairchild T-46A
				1596 (MSN 5A-21) assigned to 6512nd Test Squadron, 6510th Test Wing, Edwards AFB, California.
					To AMARC as TM0001 April 27, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
					Preserved and on display at AMARG "Celebrity Row" at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona.
				1597/1605 cancelled
85-1606			Martin LGM-25C Titan III missile
85-1607/1608		Fokker C-31A Troopship
				MSN 10653, 10668
				Serial numbers assigned to two Fokker F27-400M airliners leased by US government in 1984 and used as 
				drop planes for US Army's Golden Knights parachute display team based at Ft.Bragg, NC.  Purchased in 1988 
				1607 was ex-PH-EXB, PH-FJU, flown as GK-001
				1608 was ex PH-EXJ, PH-FUB, N281N.
					I saw 1608 at the 1991 Chicago lakefront air show
85-1609 		Piper PA-31T Cheyenne confiscated by US DEA
				MSN 7720051 was N274KM, N82164.   To AMARC Dec 15, 2006.

85-1800/1807		Beechcraft MQM-107B Streaker

85-6973/6974		Boeing C-137C
				Two 707-300s acquired second hand from airlines and used to transport
					the Vice President and other high government officials.
				6973 was commercial 707-396C MSN 20043 previously N1786B, CF-ZYP, C-FZYP, OE-IEA.  Seized by US Justice Department
					after drug smuggling incident May 12, 1981.  Converted to JSTARS aircraft 00-2000 in 2001-2.  To AMARC as CZ0121
				6974 was commercial 707-382B MSN 20297 seized from smugglers (formerly with TAP Air Portugal as CS-TBF and then to Buffalo
					Airways as N195BV).  Scrapped at Boeing Wichita June 2004 


			- Army serials begin here -

85-24321		Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
85-24322/24341		Boeing CH-47D Chinook
				The Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100.  MSN M3092/3139.  Rebuilds of CH-47A/C
				24322 (M3092) was formerly CH-47A 65-7983.  Accepted by the US Army 7Dec85
					Assigned to 196th Aviation Company 9Dec85 
					Assigned to A Company, 2nd Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, Honduras [1986-88]
					Assigned to A Company, 2nd Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, Saudi Arabia [1990-91]
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California; G Company, 3rd Battalion, 140th Aviation Regiment 
					Converted to CH-47F 05-08017
				24323 (M3093) was formerly CH-47A 65-7981.  Accepted by the US Army 13Dec85
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Bragg, NC 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 10-08083
				24324 (M3094) was formerly CH-47A 66-19021.  Accepted by the US Army 19Dec85
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California
					WFU – pending disposition.  Noted stored at Fresno, CA Apr 2015.
				24325 (M3095) was formerly CH-47C 70-15025.  Accepted by the US Army 23Dec85
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company Hercules, Hunter AAF, Fort Stewart, Savannah, GA 
					While in low altitude cruise flight Dec 23, 1985 at Fort Stewart, near Wright Army Airfield, 
					Georgia during a night vision goggle [NVG] training mission, 
					the aircraft and an AH-1S Cobra 67-15697 flying in opposite directions, collided. The rotor 
					blades of the CH-47 struck the forward cabin area and main rotor system of the AH-1, which 
					caused the in-flight breakup of both aircraft.
				24326 (M3096) was formerly CH-47A 65-7982.  Accepted by the US Army 31Dec85
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Colorado; High Altitude Aviation ARNG Training Site [HAATS], 
					Gypsum, CO
				24327 (M3097) was formerly CH-47A 66-19026.  Accepted by the US Army 29Jan86
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 26Jun86
					Assigned to C Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 19Oct88
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 21Mar97
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 12-08106
				24328 (M3098) was formerly CH-47C 69-17111. Accepted by the US Army 25Jan86
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California 9Apr91
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08047.
				24329 (M3099) was formerly CH-47A 66-19036.  Accepted by the US Army 25Jan86
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California. 1st General Support Aviation Battalion, 
					126th Aviation Regiment Delta Schooners.
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 13-08140
				24330 (M3100) was formerly CH-47A 66-19051.  Accepted by the US Army 25Jan86
					Assigned to 196th Aviation Company Flippers Fort Bragg, NC 31Jan86
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 09-08071
				24331 (M3101) was formerly CH-47C 68-16010.  Accepted by the US Army 11Feb86
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
					damaged Jan 31, 2001 when during shut-down the rear
					rotor blades struck and damaged the fuselage.  No injuries.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 10-08076
				24332 (M3102) was formerly CH-47A 66-0123.  Accepted by the US Army 26Feb86
					Assigned to 196th Aviation Company Flippers Fort Bragg, NC
					Assigned to A Company, 2nd Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment Flippers, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
					Crashed near La Ceiba, Honduras on December 8, 1988.  The aircraft was in cruise flight on 
					the second leg of a service mission, when the aircraft was reported by witnesses to have been 
					on fire in the area of the aft pylon. The fire was initially seen in the area of the left 
					side of the aft pylon and spread rapidly engulfing the entire pylon. The aircraft was 
					observed to roll left, then right, followed by a tucking of the nose with a roll to the 
					left just prior to impact approx 3 miles from the port of La Ceiba, Honduras. The aircraft 
					came to rest on a 21 deg down-slope, oriented in a direction opposite to the direction of flight. 
					The #1 input pinion gear to the combining transmission had failed, which resulted in hot 
					lubrication oil leaking and igniting. The fire burned through the flight controls on the 
					left side of the transmission as it spread to the aft pylon.
				24333 (M3103) was formerly CH-47A 65-8017.  Accepted by the US Army 27Feb86
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 09-08067
				24334 (M3104) was formerly CH-47C 69-17112.  Accepted by the US Army 6Mar86
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 13-08133
				24335 (M3105) was formerly CH-47A 65-8014.  Accepted by the US Army 12Mar86
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Battalion, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Battalion, Iraq
					Destroyed when caught fire on ground at Ramadi Camp, Iraq Jul 2, 2005.  Accident was caused by 
					downwash from rotors of another CH-47, lifting steel planking on landing
					area and throwing it into main rotors of 24335
				24336 (M3106) was formerly CH-47A 66-0124.  Accepted by the US Army 22Mar86
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
				24337 (M3107) was formerly CH-47C 67-18509.  Accepted by the US Army 27Mar86
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Bragg, NC 
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Honduras.  
					Crash landed in Honduras Feb 8, 1999.  The aircraft experienced engine power loss and 
					suspected flight boost system and flight controls temporary lockup. The aircraft autorotated 
					and landed hard, crushing the aft landing gear and warping the rear fuselage. Aircraft 
					salvaged to San Angelo, TX for repair.
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois; 2nd Battalion, 238th Aviation Regiment, Peoria, IL 
				24338 (M3108) was formerly CH-47A 65-7979.  Accepted by the US Army 31Mar86
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Bragg, NC 
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Eustis, VA 
					(A Company 2-159th AVN) damaged Oct 7, 1997
				24339 (M3109) was formerly CH-47A 65-8019.  Accepted by the US Army 31Mar86
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Bragg, NC 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 09-08062
				24340 (M3110) was formerly CH-47C 69-17121. Accepted by the US Army 29Apr86
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA.  No longer working and is
					used as maintenance trainer at Cargo Helicopter Division of
					US Army Aviation Logistics School
				24341 (M3111) was formerly CH-47A 66-0077.  Accepted by the US Army 29Apr86
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY
					Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03749
85-24342			Boeing MH-47D Chinook
				24342 (M3112) was formerly CH-47A 66-19071.  Accepted by the US Army 30Apr86
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY.  Converted to MH-47G 06-03765 MSN M3765
85-24343/24359		Boeing CH-47D Chinook
				The Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100.  Rebuilt from CH-47A/C
				24343 (M3113) was formerly CH-47C 68-15850.  Accepted by the US Army 30Apr86
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Bragg, NC .
				24344 (M3114) was formerly CH-47A 66-0107.  Accepted by the US Army 30Apr86
					Assigned to Fort Rucker, AL 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 06-08018
				24345 (M3115) was formerly CH-47A 66-0090.  Accepted by the US Army 13May86
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 12-08112
				24346 (M3116) was formerly CH-47C 67-18504.  Accepted by the US Army 15May86
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve - Kansas, Olathe, KS
					WFU – pending disposition. Stored at Olathe, KS
				24347 (M3117) was formerly CH-47A 66-0089.  Accepted by the US Army 27May86
					Assigned to A Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Reported as reassigned to a private company to serve as a test bed for armor plating and 
					bulletproof cockpits
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 12-08100
				24348 (M3118) was formerly CH-47A 66-0101.  Rebuilt from CH-47A 66-0101
					Accepted by the US Army 27May86
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Bragg, NC 
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA [2001]
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, Afghanistan [2002]
					Accident 1Jul10
				24349 (M3119) was formerly CH-47C 68-15839.  Accepted by the US Army 30May86
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA 
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Bragg, NC 
					Assigned to B Company, 3rd Battalion, 10th Aviation Regiment, Fort Drum, NY 
					Assigned to B Company, 3rd Battalion, 10th Aviation Regiment, Afghanistan
					Landed on mountaintop near Asadabad, Afghanistan in sandstorm May 5, 2006 to pick up troops.  
					During embarkation, helo caught by strong crosswind and toppled into ravine, where it caught fire.
					All 10 onboard killed.
				24350 (M3120) was formerly CH-47A 66-19060.  Accepted by the US Army 31May86
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY.  Reuilt as CH-47F 09-08068
				24351 (M3121) was formerly CH-47A 65-7971.  Accepted by the US Army 14Jun86
					Assigned to Fort Lewis, WA 
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Gray AAF, WA 
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Hood, TX 30Jul00
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA 
				24352 (M3122) was formerly CH-47C 68-15843.  Accepted by the US Army 20Jun86
					Assigned to 243rd Aviation Company Freight Train Fort Lewis, WA 3Jul86
					Assigned to C Company, 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Lewis, WA 15Sep87
					Rebuilt as MH-47G 03-03729
				24353 (M3123) was formerly CH-47A 65-8018.  Accepted by the US Army 25Jun86
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Bragg, NC 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 10-08082
				24354 (M3124) was formerly CH-47A 66-19009.  Accepted by the US Army 26Jun86
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA 
				24355 (M3125) was formerly CH-47C 68-15861.  Accepted by the US Army 10Jul86
					Assigned to 243rd Aviation Company Freight Train Fort Lewis, WA 10Jul86
					Assigned to C Company, 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Lewis, WA 6Oct87
					Assigned to 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment 
					Involved in heavy landing in brown-out condition Jan 19, 2003.  Crew not
					injured but helicopter suffered class B damage.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 03-03730
				24356 (M3126) was formerly CH-47A 66-19000.  Accepted by the US Army 16Jul86
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY 
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS
					Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03747
				24357 (M3127) was formerly CH-47A 66-0093.  Accepted by the US Army 25Jul86
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY 
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS
					Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03738
				24358 (M3128) was formerly CH-47C 70-15011.  Accepted by the US Army 28Jul86
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS
				24359 (M3129) was formerly CH-47A 66-19066.  Rebuilt from CH-47A 66-19066
					Accepted by the US Army 1Aug86
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY 
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS
					Converted to MH-47G 05-03756
85-24360/24361		Boeing-Vertol MH-47D Chinook
				24360 (M3130) was formerly CH-47A 66-19018.  Accepted by the US Army 2Sep86
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY 
					Converted to MH-47G 06-03768 MSN M3768
				24361 (M3131) was formerly CH-47C 68-16021.  Accepted by the US Army 30Aug86
					(B Company 3-160th SOAR(A)) damaged Jul 12, 2002.
					Converted to MH-47G 06-03767 MSN M3767
85-24362/24366		Boeing CH-47D Chinook
				The Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100.  Remanufactured from CH-47A/C
				24362 (M3132) was formerly CH-47A 66-19024.  Accepted by the US Army 15Sep86
					Assigned to 243rd Aviation Company Freight Train Fort Lewis, WA 23Sep86
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment "Hillclimbers", 
					Wheeler Field, Hawaii 
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment "Hillclimbers", Iraq 2009-2010 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 12-08113
				24363 (M3133) was formerly CH-47A 66-19077.  Accepted by the US Army 25Sep86
					Assigned to Fort Lewis, WA 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Iowa
					Converted to CH-47F 06-08030
				24364 (M3134) was formerly CH-47C 68-16013. Accepted by the US Army 29Sep86
					Damaged 2003 to the aft left hand landing gear support structure and airframe
 					Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03750
				24365 (M3135) was formerly CH-47A 65-8002.  Accepted by the US Army 29Sep86
					Assigned to Fort Lewis, WA 
					Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03740
				24366 (M3136) was formerly CH-47A 65-7977.  Accepted by the US Army 30Sep86
					Assigned to Fort Lewis, WA 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 06-08025
85-24367			Boeing-Verton MH-47D Chinook
				24367 (M3137) was formerly CH-47A 65-8010.  Accepted by the US Army 17Oct86
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 05-08011
85-24368/24369		Boeing CH-47D Chinook
				The Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100.  Remanufactured from CH-47A
				24368 (M3138) was formerly CH-47A 66-19044.  Accepted by the US Army 24Oct86
					Assigned to Fort Rucker, AL 
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 	Code 68F
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA.  No longer working and is
					used as maintenance trainer at Cargo Helicopter Division of
					US Army Aviation Logistics School
				24369 (M3139) was formerly CH-47A 66-19054.  Accepted by the US Army 30Oct86
					Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA 
					Assigned to Maintenance Test Pilot Course (MTPC), Cairns AAF, Fort Rucker, AL
  					Rebuilt as CH-47F 09-08072
85-24370		Beechcraft BE.65 Queen Air
				ex-civilian aircraft (MSN LC-165) confiscated from drug runners.  Sequence of 
					identities (oldest first) was N205Q, YV-961P, 85-24370, N61666, N370HF.   Now with
					the Army Aviation Historical Foundation at Hampton/Clayton County/Tara Field, GA
					registered as N370HF.  Reservation N65QA reserved Jun 26, 2009
85-24371		Bell D.292
				Advanced Composite Airframe Program
85-24372		Cessna T-41B Mescalero
				For FMS
85-24373		Beechcraft Be.65-80 Queen Air
				ex-civilian aircraft (MSN LD-135) N8514N confiscated from drug runners.  Full sequence of 
					identities (oldest first) is N135Q, CR-LLW, '9Q-CRO' (a false identity), G-BDXU, ZS-JWD, 
					G-BDXU, ZS-JWD, N8514N, 85-24373.  Returned to civil registry as N61665.  
85-24374		Beechcraft Be.80 Queen Air
				ex-civilian aircraft (MSN LD-383) N149Z confiscated from drug runners.  Returned
					to civil registrry as N2437A

85-24387/24464		Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
				24393 on display at Redstone Arsenal, AL 
				24394 (MSN 70870) 24394 for sale by GSA Auctions at Madison County Exec Arpt, Meridianville, AL, 
					Jul 7, 2014. Reserve not met. Re-advertised Oct 1, 2014. Reserve not met
				24397 (MSN 70873) assigned in 2016 to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment
				24406 (57th Medical Company) w/o May 27, 2002.
				24410 (MSN 70888) in service with the Aviation Company, 1st Support Battalion Task Force Sinai
				24416 to be converted to UH-60L
				24421 flying with Arizona National Guard
				24422 (MSN 70901) Assigned to USAREUR, Germany 
					Stored at Wiesbaden, Germany. Returned to USA Nov14
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 212th Aviation Regiment 
					Noted at Cairns AAF, Fort Rucker, AL [Apr15]
				24426 (MSN 70905)
				24431 (C Company 2-4th AVN) damaged Jul 21, 1999
				24432 (MSN 70914) rebuilt as UH-60M 02-26976
				24440 (MSN 70926) for sale by GSA at Huntsville, Alabama Mar 16, 2015
				24441 (MSN 70930) for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, Alabama Dec 17, 2014, for sale again Jul 29, 2015. 
					To N244AA with Aircraft Investment Holdings Llc, Enterprise, Alabama on December 10, 2015  
				24446 (MSn 70935) assigned in 2016 to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment
				24452 (MSN 70943) Assigned to B Company, 1st Battalion, 131st Aviation Regiment 
				24462 (101st Avn) crashed near Fort Campbell Mar 8, 1988 after
					colliding with UH-60A 87-24606.  Total of 17 personnel killed.
85-24465/24482		Sikorsky EH-60A Black Hawk
				24465 (MSN 70999)
				24476 '76P' USAACE, delv'd 'BEST' program Mar 23 2016. For sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Apr 18 2016 
				24477 (MSN 701054)  Noted at Mojave Airport, California in November 1986 for conversion to EH-60A. Active as        
					UH-60L with New Jersey Army National Guard in May 2014.
				24480 modified to EH-60C
				24481 converted to UH-60A, then to UH-60L.  To Indiana NG in 2010.  

85-24687/24689		Scottish Aviation HP-137 Jetstream III
				Three HP-137 Jetstreams built by Scottish Aviation purchased for US Army.  Jetstream aircraft was originally 
				designed by Handley Page.  Handley Page went into liquidation in Mar 1970.  The Jetstream design was purchased 
				and produced by Scottish Aviation at Prestwick.  Scottish Aviation was incorporated into British Aerospace from 1977.
				24687 (MSN 224) originally G-AXIM.  Went Sept 1969 to Cal-State Airlines of Long Beach
					as N1041S, later N12224.  N12224 cancelled.  Aircraft is instructional airframe at Embry-Riddle
					Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FL
				24688 (MSN 218) originally G-AXGM.  Converted to Century Jetstream before going
					to US Army.  To US civil registry as N11218.  N11218 cancelled Aircraft is instructional airframe at 
					Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FL
				24689 (MSN 240) originally G-AXRH.  To US civil registry as N4770.  Current as instructional airframe at Aviation
					Institute  of Maintenance in Duluth, GA
85-24690/24733		Bell OH-58D Kiowa
				MSN 43022/42065. Remanufactured from OH-58A
				24690 rebuilt from 72-21196.  Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 93-1005.
				24692 rebuilt from 71-20747
				24693 rebuilt from 71-20695
				24694 rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 92-0544.
				24695 rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 91-0549.
				24696 rebuilt from 71-20848
				24697 was ex OH-58A 70-15330.
				24698 rebuilt from 71-20681
				24700 rebuilt from 71-20669
				24703 rebuilt from 71-20634.  (1-82nd Avn) crashed in Persian Gulf Sep 27, 1989.
				24704 rebuilt from 71-20373
				24705 rebuilt from 68-16923
				24707 rebuilt from 71-20668
				24707 rebuilt from 71-20668
				24708 rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 92-0528.
				24709 rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 93-1008.
				24714 rebuilt from 70-15282.  Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 92-00535.
				24715 rebuilt from 70-15141
				24716 rebuilt from 72-21307.  built as prototype Kiowa Warrior.  Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 93-1006.
				24717 rebuilt from 72-21107
				24718 rebuilt from 71-20425.   Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 93-00974.
				24720 rebuilt from 70-15144.
				24722 rebuilt from 71-20649.
				24723 rebuilt as OH-58D(R) 96-00016.
				24724 rebuilt as OH-58D(R) 96-00013.
				24726 rebuilt from 71-20795.
				24728 rebuilt from 72-21183
				24730 rebuilt as OH-58D(R) 96-00019.
				24731 rebuilt as OH-58D(R) 96-00020.
				24732 rebuilt from 72-21323
				24733 was ex OH-58A 71-20834. Rebuilt as OH-58D(R) 96-0036.
85-24734/24744		Agusta/Elicotteri Meridionali CH-47C Chinook 
				Boeing-Vertol CH-47C Chinook licence built by Elicotteri Meridionali (EM) SpA, Frosinone, 
					Italy [Helicopter Division of Agusta SpA.]
				Originally built for Imperian Iranian AF, but impounded after the fall of the Shah in 1979 and 
					were acquired in 1985 by US government.
				24734 (MSN P-069) Re-assigned with Boeing MSN B-734
					Accepted by the US Army 9Aug85
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Pennsylvania –May92
 					Rebuilt as MH-47E and reserialed 92-00472
				24735 (MSN P-070) Re-assigned with Boeing MSN B-735
					Accepted by the US Army 9Aug85
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Pennsylvania –Feb92
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00291
				24736 (MSN P-071) Re-assigned with Boeing MSN B-736
					Accepted by the US Army 9Aug85
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Pennsylvania –Oct91
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00281
				24737 (MSN P-072) Re-assigned with Boeing MSN B-737
					Accepted by the US Army 9Aug85
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Pennsylvania –Jul92
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00300
				24738 (MSN P-073) Re-assigned with Boeing MSN B-738
					Accepted by the US Army 13Aug85
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00306
				24739 (MSN P-074) Re-assigned with Boeing MSN B-739
					Accepted by the US Army 15Aug85
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Pennsylvania –Jan92
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00288
				24740 (MSN P-075) Re-assigned with Boeing MSN B-740
					Accepted by the US Army 13Aug85
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Pennsylvania –Oct91
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00283
				24741 (MSN P-076) Re-assigned with Boeing MSN B-741
					Accepted by the US Army 9Aug85
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Pennsylvania –Nov91
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00285
				24742 (MSN P-077) Re-assigned with Boeing MSN B-742
					Accepted by the US Army 13Aug85
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Pennsylvania –Apr92
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00294
				24743 (MSN P-078) Re-assigned with Boeing MSN B-743
					Accepted by the US Army 15Aug85
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Pennsylvania –Sep92
					Rebuilt as MH-47E and reserialed 92-00477
				24744 (MSN P-079) Re-assigned with Boeing MSN B-744
					Accepted by the US Army 15Aug85
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Pennsylvania –May92
					Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00297
85-24745/24750		Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk  

85-25051/25188		McDonnell Douglas AH-64A Apache

85-25342/25345		Short C-23B 
				Ex-civil Short Brothers Model SD 3-30 Variant 200 [as defined by TCDS #A41EU].  Retained the Short 3-30 designation.
					Used to support operations at the US Army Kwajalein Atoll Kwajalein Missile Range in the South Pacific. 
					Based at Bucholz Army Air Field on Kwajalein Atoll in the Republic of the Marshall Islands.
				25342 (MSN SH.3010) first flight May 25, 1977.  Test flown as G-14-3010. Registered as G-BETN May 6, 1977, 
					cancelled on export to USA Oct 28, 1977.  Registered as N330GW, operated by Golden West Airlines.
					To US Army Jul 9, 1985, retired 1992 and stored at the Naval Air Engineering Station (NAES) Lakehurst, New Jersey.
					Registered as N8154G to K and K Aircraft Inc, Aug 7, 1998, cancelled Aug 3, 2011.
				25343 (MSN SH.3011) first flight Jun 1977.  Test flown as G-14-3011. Registered as G-BEWT Jun 20, 1977, cancelled 
					on export to USA Oct 28, 1977.   Registered as N331GW, operated by Golden West Airlines.
					To US Army Aug 27, 1985, retired 1992 and stored at the Naval Air Engineering Station (NAES) Lakehurst, New Jersey.
					Preserved at the Millville Army Airfield Museum, Millville Municipal Airport, Millville, NJ
				25344 (MSN SH.3019) first flight Jul 25, 1978.  Test flown as G-14-3019. Registered as G-BFSW Jul 19, 1978, 
					cancelled on export to USA Sep 7, 1978.  Registered as N332GW, operated by Golden West Airlines.
					To US Army Jun 4, 1985, retired 1992 and stored at the Naval Air Engineering Station (NAES) Lakehurst, New Jersey.
					Derelict at Redstone Arsenal AAF, AL, last noted Jul 1998.  Extant in the fire training area Nov 2013.
				25345 (MSN SH.3027) Test flown as G-14-3027. Registered as G-BGEZ Dec 14, 1978, cancelled on export to USA 
					May 8, 1979.  Registered as N334GW, operated by Golden West Airlines.  To US Army Mar 9, 1985, retired 1992 and 
					stored at the Naval Air Engineering Station (NAES) Lakehurst, New Jersey.  Stored at Milwaukee, WI, last 
					noted Apr 2000.	  Fuselage reported at Air Cargo Carriers overhaul facility in Hartford, WI Jul 2004.			
85-25346/25348		Hughes/McDonnell Douglas AH-6F Defender 
				Model 500E attack version for US Army Special Forces.  All converted to AH-6G.
				25346 (MSN 0162E) assigned Jan86 to B Company, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers.  
					Modified as AG-6G, then as AH-6J
				25347 (MSN 0163E) Assigned Jan86 to B Company, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers 
					Modified as AH-6G.  Modified as AH-6J
					(B Company 1-160th SOAR(A)) damaged Apr 4, 2000
				25348 (MSN 0164E)  Assigned Jan86 to B Company, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers 
					Modified as AH-6G.  Modified as MH-6M
					(B Company 1-160th SOAR(A)) damaged Jul 17, 2001.  Assigned to Yakima Training Center, WA
85-25349		Beechcraft Be.65 Queen Air
				ex-civilian aircraft (MSN LC-84) confiscated from drug runners. 
				A recent note in an Air-Britain publication quotes the history as being
					(oldest identity first) N846Q, N252DC, N252D, N36S, 85-25349, N51694, N349N, 
					YV-824C, N349N and now YV-824C as of March 2002.
85-25350		Cessna 310
				ex-civilian aircraft confiscated from drug runners.
85-25351/25488		Hughes/MDHC AH-64A Apache
				MSN PV172/PV309
				25408,25477 converted to AH-64C.  Both later converted to AH-64D.	
				25351 (PV172) to Israeli AF as 953
				25352 (PV173) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05380 (PVD380)
				25353 (PV174) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05409 (PVD409)
				25354 (PV175) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5099 (PVD099)
				25355 w/o Jan 16, 1996, Ft. Campbell, KY
				25356 (PV177) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5192 (PVD192)
				25357 (PV178) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5137 (PVD137)
				25358 (PV179) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05300 (PVD300)
				25359 (PV180) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5121 (PVD121)
				25360 (PV181) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5132 (PVD132)
				25361 (PV182) rebuilt as AH-64D 96-5015 (PVD015)
				25363 (PV184) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5185 (PVD185)
				25364 (PV185) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5101 (PVD101)
				25365 (PV186) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5120 (PVD120)
				25366 (PV187) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5052 (PVD052)
				25367 (PV188) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5053 (PVD053)
				25368 (PV189) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5024 (PVD054)
				25369 rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5087
				25370 (PV191) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5113 (PVD113)
				25371 (PV192) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5055 (PVD055)
				25372 (PV193) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5057 (PVD057)
				25373 (PV194) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05333 (PVD333)
				25374 (PV195) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05448 (PVD448)
				25375 (PV196) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5190 (PVD190)
				25376 (PV197) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5100 (PVD100)
				25377 (PV198) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05418 (PVD418)
				25378 (PV199) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5058 (PVD058)
				25379 (PV200) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5082 (PVD082)
				25380 (PV201) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5125 (PVD125)
				25381 (PV202) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05339 (PVD339)
				25382 (A Coy/227th Avn) crashed at or near Fort Bragg, NC Nov 18, 1991
				25383 (PV204) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5076 (PVD076)
				25384 (PV205) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5133 (PVD133)
				25385 (PV206) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5116 (PVD116)
				25386 (PV207) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5107 (PVD107).  Named "Rosies Raiders" with North Carolina ARNG Apr 1991.
				25387 (PV208) upgraded to AH-64D and reserialed 96-5001 (PVD001)
				25388 (PV209) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05285 (PVD285)
				25389 (PV210) rebuilt as AH-64D 96-5023 (PVD023)
				25390 (PV211) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05404 (PVD404)
				25391 (PV212) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5068 (PVD068)
				25392 (PV213) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5186 (PVD186)
				25393 (PV214) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5077 (PVD077)
				25394 (PV215) rebuilt as AH-64D 96-5002 (PVD002)
				25395 (PV216) rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05248 (PVD248)
				25396 (PV217) rebuilt as AH-64D 96-5016 (PVD016)
				25397 (PV218) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05382 (PV382)
				25398 (PV219) to Israeli AF as 956
				25399 (PV220) rebuilt as AH-64D 96-5022 (PVD022)
				25400 (PV221) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5206 (PVD206)
				25401 lost Jul 17, 1991
				25402 (PV223) noted Mar 18, 2003 in strip hall at AH-64D conversion facility, Mesa, AZ.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05325 (PVD325)
				25403 (PV224) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05332 (PVD332)
				25404 (PV225) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05301 (PVD301)
				25405 (PV226) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05292 (PVD292)
				25406 (PV227) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05323 (PVD323)
				25407 (PV228) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5135 (PVD135)
				25408 (PV229) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05295 (PVD295)
				25409 (PV230) suffered Class B damage Ft Hood, TX with 1-130th Avn Mar 21, 1991.  Repaired.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05331 (PVD331)
				25410 (PV231) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5078 (PVD078)
				25411 (PV232) noted Mar 18, 2003 in strip hall at AH-64D conversion facility, Mesa, AZ.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05327 (PVD327)
				25412 (PV233) noted Mar 18, 2003 in strip hall at AH-64D conversion facility, Mesa, AZ.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05317 (PVD317)
				25413 (PV234) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5111 (PVD111)
				25414 (PV235) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5059 (PVD059)
				25415 (PV236) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5117 (PVD117)
				25416 (PV237) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05326 (PVD326)
				25417 (PV238) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5118 (PVD118)
				25418 (PV239) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05341 (PVD341)
				25419 (PV240) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05340 (PVD340)
				25420 (PV241) noted Mar 18, 2003 in strip hall at AH-64D conversion facility, Mesa, AZ.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05329 (PVD329)
				25421 (PV242) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05338 (PVD338)
				25422 (PV243) to Israeli AF as 959
				25423 (PV244) rebuilt as AH-64D 97-5028 (PVD028)
				25424 (PV245) rebuilt as AH-64D 96-5018 (PVD018)
				25425 (PV246) rebuilt as AH-64D 97-5029 (PVD029)
				25426 (PV247) rebuilt as AH-64D 96-5004 (PVD004)
				25427 (PV248) rebuilt as AH-64D 97-5042 (PVD042)
				25428 (PV249) rebuilt as AH-64D 96-5020 (PVD020)
				25429 (PV250) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5060 (PVD060)
				25430 (PV251) Assigned to USAREUR, Germany 
					Leased to Royal Netherlands Air Force 1996 as 25430
					Returned to US Army Sep00/Feb01 as 85-25430
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05250 (PVD251)
				25431 (PV252) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5061 (PVD061)
				25432 (PV253) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5062 (PVD062)
				25433 (PV254) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05288 (PVD288)
				25434 crashed Jan 6, 1993.
				25435 (PV256) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5063 (PVD063)
				25436 (PV257) rebuilt as AH-64D 96-5017 (PVD017)
				25437 (PV258) rebuilt as AH-64D 96-5003 (PVD003)
				25438 (PV259) rebuilt as AH-64D 96-5027 (PVD027)
				25439 (PV260) rebuilt as AH-64D 96-5019 (PVD019)
				25440 (PV261) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5091 (PVD091)
				25441 (PV262) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5127 (PVD127)
				25442 (PV263) suffered Class B damage Ft Rucker, Sep 26, 1989.  Repaired.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05384 (PVD384)
				25443 (PV264) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05450 (PVD450)
				25444 (PV265) to Israeli AF as 961
				25445 (PV266) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05398 (PVD398)
				25446 (PV267) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5153 (PVD153)
				25447 (PV268) to Israeli AF as 964
				25448 (PV269) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5024 (PVD094)
				25449 (PV270) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5114 (PVD114)
				25450 (PV271) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5067 (PVD067)
				25451 (PV272) to Israeli AF as 966
				25452 (PV273) to Israeli AF as 967
				25453 (PV274) rebuilt as AH-64D 97-5044 (PVD044)
				25454 (PV275) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5064 (PVD064)
				25455 (PV276) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5110 (PVD110)
				25456 (PV277) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5103 (PVD103)
				25457 (PV278) suffered Class B damage Ft Hood, TX Apr 5, 1995.  Repaired.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5124 (PVD124)
				25458 (PV279) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05298 (PVD298)
				25459 (PV280) rebuilt as AH-64D 98-5065 (PVD065)
				25460 (PV281) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5138 (PVD138)
				25461 (PV282) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05294 (PVD294)
				25462 (PV283) to Israeli AF as 970
				25463 (PV284) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5095 (PVD095)
				25464 (PV285) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5183 (PVD183)
				25465 (PV286) Assigned to USAREUR, Germany 
					Leased to Royal Netherlands Air Force 1996 as 25465
					Returned to US Army Sep00/Feb01 as 85-25465
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05252 (PVD252)
				25466 (PV287) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5143 (PVD143)
				25467 (PV288) noted Mar 18, 2003 in strip hall at AH-64D conversion facility, Mesa, AZ.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05328 (PVD328)
				25468 (PV289) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5106 (PVD106)
				25469 (PV290) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5139 (PVD139)
				25470 (PV291) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5195 (PVD195)
				25471 (PV292) Assigned to USAREUR, Germany 
					Leased to Royal Netherlands Air Force 1996 as 25471
					Returned to US Army Sep00/Feb01 as 85-25471
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05255 (PVD255)
				25472 (PV293) Assigned to USAREUR, Germany 
					Leased to Royal Netherlands Air Force 1996 as 25472
					Returned to US Army Sep00/Feb01 as 85-25472.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05264 (PVD264)
				25473 (PV294) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5140 (PVD140)
				25474 (PV295) Assigned to USAREUR, Germany 
					Leased to Royal Netherlands Air Force 1996 as 25474
					Returned to US Army Sep00/Feb01 as 85-25474.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05235 (PVD235)
				25475 (PV296) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05440 (PVD440)
				25476 (PV297) rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05245 (PVD245)
				25477 (PV298) last noted with Boeing Mesa in Jan 2000.  Not on inventory now.
				25478 (PV299) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5150 (PVD150)
				25479 (PV300) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05350 (PVD350)
				25480 (PV301) Assigned to USAREUR, Germany 
					Leased to Royal Netherlands Air Force 1996 as 25480
					Returned to US Army Sep00/Feb01 as 85-25480.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05232 (PVD232)
				25482 (PV303) Assigned to USAREUR, Germany.
					Suffered Class B damage at Budingen, Germany Apr 14, 1993.  Repaired.
					Leased to Royal Netherlands Air Force 1996 as 25482
					Returned to US Army Sep00/Feb01 as 85-25482
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05251 (PVD251)
				25483 (PV304) rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05279 (PVD279)
				25484 (PV305) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05385 (PVD385)
				25485 (PV306) Assigned to USAREUR, Germany 
					Leased to Royal Netherlands Air Force 1996 as 25485
					Returned to US Army Sep00/Feb01 as 85-25485
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05254 (PVD254)
				25486 (PV307) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5188 (PVD188)
				25487 (PV308) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5197 (PVD197)
				25488 (D Company 1-14th AVN) crashed Jan 29, 1999
85-25489/25518		Bell UH-1H Iroquois
				MSN 16070/16084.  (appear to be correct MSNs from several sources).
				These were built by Ucak Ana Depo ve Fabrika from Bell-supplied kits for Turkish Army
				25494 to Turkish Army as 16075
				25504 w/o Apr 2006 at Uzunciftlik, Turkey
				25512 to Turkish Army as 16093
				25513 to Turkish Army as 16094
				25514 to Turkish Army as 16095
				25517 to Turkish Army as 16098
				25518 to Turkish Army as 16099
				25519 to Turkish Army as 16100
				
85-25511/25512		Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
				MSN 70912, 70913.  Conflict with above UH-1Hs