87-0001 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AA OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 6J-21. Built by SABCA for Belgium (FB-21). Has undergone mid-life update and now designated F-16BM 87-0002/0003 General Dynamics F-16D Block 30E Fighting Falcon C/n 4S-7/8. Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I 87-0004/0007 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AA OCU Fighting Falcon Built by Fokker for Denmark (E-004/007) 0004 (c/n 6F-47) redesignated F-16AM after midlife update. 0005 (c/n 6F-48, E-005) redesignated F-16AM after midlife update. 0006/7 (c/n 6F-49/50) redesignated F-16AM after midlife update. 87-0008 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AC OCU Fighting Falcon Built by Fokker for Denmark (E-008) 0008 (c/n 6F-51) redesignated F-16AM after midlife update. 87-0009/0018 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30B Fighting Falcon C/n 4R-8/17. Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I 0012 w/o Jun 25, 1992. 87-0019/0021 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30E Fighting Falcon C/n 4R-18/21. Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I 87-0022 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15Y OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 6G-16. Built by Fokker for Denmark (ET-022) 0022 (c/n 6G-16) redesignated F-16BM after midlife update. 87-0023/0024 Lockheed MC-130H Combat Talon II c/n 5091/5092 0023 named "Fourth Horseman" with 7th SOS/352nd SOG in May 2000. 87-0025 McDonnell Douglas YC-17A Lot I Globemaster III c/n 50002 (line number F1). Was essentially hand-built for the sole purpose of developmental test and evaluation, with an estimated life span of approximately five years. The aircraft was periodically rebuilt and refurbished over the years and its lifespan grew from five to 21 years. Airman Thomas Fields awarded Cheney Award and Airman's Medal for saving life of crewman whose parachute accidentally opened in the cargo bay during flight at 1200 feet with paratroop door open on Jan 30, 2001. The aircraft appeared in country superstar Toby Keith's Emmy Award-winning production of "American Soldier." F1 went on to appear in five motion pictures: "Transformers," "Iron Man," "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," "Iron Man 2" and "Superman: Man of Steel" (to be released by Warner Brothers in 2013). Aircraft planned for retirement to USAF Museum in 2012. Arrived there Apr 25, 2012. 87-0026 Gates Learjet C-21A Learjet 35 c/n 35A-280 confiscated by US DEA and given to US Army. Became N35AX 87-0027/0045 Lockheed C-5B Galaxy c/n 500-0113/0131 0027 completed AMP modifications in 2006. Fitted with LAIRCM defensive system. 0028 completed AMP modifications 0029 completed AMP modifications. Fitted with LAIRCM defensive system. 0030 undergoing AMP modification at Travis AFB in 2006 0031 completed AMP modifications 0032 to AMP modifications 0033 was named "Spirit of the Tuskegee Airmen" but is so no longer. First B model to be transferred to Westover ARB, the first B model to go to a reserve unit. 0034 to AMP modifications 0035 completed AMP modifications in 2006. Was first Dover aircraft with new tail stripe design. Fitted with LAIRCM defensive system. To C-5M in 2011 0036 completed AMP modifications 0037 transferred to Westover AFB 0038 named "Galaxy Solano" with 60th MAW in May 1989. Landed hard at Charleston AFB May 23, 2006 and damaged gears,pylon and engine mounts. Temp repaired on site, then flown to Robins AFB, GA for permanent repairs. Completed AMP modifications. 0039 completed AMP modifications 0040 completed AMP modifications 0041 transferred to Westover AFB 0042 to AMP modifications 0044 to AMP modifications 0045 to begin AMP modifications Oct 7, 2005. LAIRCM modified. To C-5M 87-0046/0047 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15Y OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 6H-102/103. Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-102/103) 0046 (c/n 6H-102, FA-102) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM. 87-0048/0054 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AA OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 6H-104/110. Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-104/110) 0048 (c/n 6H-104, FA-104) has undergone mid-life update and now designated F-16AM 0049 (FA-105) w/o Sept 5, 1989 after being "borrowed" by a ground crew member while on detachment to Orland AB in Norway 0050 (c/n 6H-106, FA-106) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM 0051 (c/n 6H-107, FA-107) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM 0052 (c/n 6H-108, FA-108) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM. To Royal Jordanian AF Jul 2011 as #154. 0053 (c/n 6H-109, FA-109) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM 0054 (c/n 6H-110, FA-110) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM 87-0055/0056 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AC OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 6H-111/112. Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-111/112) 0055 (c/n 6H-111, FA-111) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM. To Royal Jordanian AF Jul 2011 as #155 0056 (c/n 6H-112, FA-112, 2 Wing/1 Squadron) crashed into North Sea Sept 9, 2005 after suspected bird strike. Pilot killed. (AI 10/05). Had undergone midlife update and was redesignated F-16AM 87-0057/0065 cancelled contract for General Dynamics F-16A for Netherlands AF 87-0066 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AC OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 6E-35. Built by Fokker for Holland (J-066). Has undergone midlife update and was redesignated F-16BM. Damaged on ground at Woensdrecht AB by peace activist Aug 10, 2005 87-0067/0068 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AE OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 6E-36/37. Built by Fokker for Holland (J-067/068) 0067 (c/n 6E-36, J-067) has undergone midlife update and designated F-16BM 0068 (c/n 6E-37, J-068) suffered engine malfunction while returning from touch and goes at Volkel Air Base Sep 21,2006. Crew of 2 ejected safely. Plane crashed within the perimeter of the air base. AFM Nov 2006. Had undergone midlife update and redesignated F-16BM before being written off. 87-0069/0116 Boeing CH-47D Chinook c/n M3188/3235. Rebuilds of CH-47A/B 0069 (M.3188) was rebuilt CH-47A 66-0097 0070 (M.3189) was rebuilt CH-47A 61-2424 0071 (M.3190) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18471 0072 (M.3191) was rebuilt CH-47A 64-13165 0073 (M.3192) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18446 0074 (M.3193) was rebuilt CH-47A 61-2422 0075 (M.3194) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19102. 0076 (M.3195) was rebuilt CH-47A 62-2117 0077 (M.3196) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19132 0078 (M.3197) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18436 0079 (M.3198) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19120 0080 (M.3199) was rebuilt CH-47A 62-2118 0081 (M.3200) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18477. Sold to Canadian Armed Forces as 147203 in 2009. 0082 (M.3201) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7919 0083 (M.3202) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18466 0084 (B.3203) was rebuilt CH-47A 62-2132. No longer working and is used as maintenance trainer at Cargo Helicopter Division of US Army Aviation Logistics School 0085 (M.3204) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18453 0086 (M.3205) was rebuilt CH-47A 62-2133 0087 (M.3206) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19111 0088 (M.3207) was rebuilt CH-47A 62-2136. 0089 (M.3208) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18484 0090 (M.3209) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7902 0091 (M.3210) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19134 0092 (M.3211) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7903 0093 (M.3212) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19135 0094 (M.3213) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7904 0095 (M.3214) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18434. Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03744. 0096 (M.3215) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7906 0097 (M.3216) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18437 0098 (M.3217) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7907 0099 (M.3218) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18474 0100 (M.3219) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7909 0101 (M.3220) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19119 0102 (M.3221) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7911. (B Coy/4-123rd Avn) wrecked during hard landing in Iraq May 22, 2005 following engine failure. 3 of 5 occupants injured. AFM 10/2005 0103 (M.3222) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19112 0104 (M.3223) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7914 0105 (M.3224) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19127 0106 (M.3225) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7917 0107 (M.3226) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18432 0108 (M.3227) was rebuilt CH-47A 62-2129. 0109 (M.3228) was rebuilt CH-47A 66-19098 0110 (M.3229) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18463 0111 (M.3230) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19124 0112 (M.3231) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7920 0113 (M.3232) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18443 0114 (M.3233) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18452 0115 (M.3234) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18459 0116 (M.3235) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7921 87-0117/0124 McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender c/n 48303/48310 0117 named "Armed and Dangerous" with 22nd ARW in Apr 1989. 0124 named "Spirit of Kitty Hawk" with 4 Wing at Seymour-Johnson AFB (1991) 87-0125/0127 Lockheed MC-130H Combat Talon II 0125 (c/n 382-5115) 0126 (c/n 382-5117) 0127 (c/n 382-5118) assigned to 352nd SOG, RAF Mildenhall, w/o Mar 31, 2005 when crashed near Rovie, Albania while on joint night training mission with Albanian military. 9 crew killed. Official report of crash blames pilot's lack of situational awareness, putting aircraft into too low a climb taking terrain into account. Navigator warned pilot of impending ridge but pilot set aircraft to climb at reduced power setting, when ridge could not be climbed over, aircraft had to turn sharply and stalled (AFM 8/2005). 87-0128 Lockheed AC-130U Hercules c/n 382-5139. Named *Big Daddy* 87-0129/0136 Cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130H Hercules 87-0137/0138 Lockheed C-130H Hercules Both to Japanese AF 0137 (c/n 382-5136) to Japanese AF as 85-1079 0138 (c/n 382-5138) to Japanese AF as 85-1080 87-0139/0140 Gulfstream C-20E Commercial Gulfstream III for US Army. First jet aircraft to be officially operated by US Army. 0139 c/n 497, ex N373GA. Became temporarily N7096G before reverting back to 87-0139. Named "Yorktown" 0140 c/m 498, ex N374GA. Became temporarily N7096E before reverting back to 87-0140 87-0142 Beech King Air 90 confiscated by US DEA 87-0144/0155 Morton Thiokol LGM-118A Peacekeeper 87-0156/0157 Lockheed HC-130H Hercules Both to US Coast Guard 0156 (c/n 382-5120) to US Coast Guard as 1720. 0157 (c/n 382-5121) to US Coast Guard as 1721. modified to EC-130V with E-2C radome. Returned to USAF as NC-130H in 1994. Now back with Navy at NFATS at NAS Patuxent River, carrying serial 870157 87-0158/0159 CASA 212 0158 c/n 320, was N214TA 0159 c/n 328, was N215TA. operated by US Army at Laguna AAF. 87-0160/0161 Beechcraft C-12F Huron c/n BP-070/071 87-0169/0189 McDonnell Douglas F-15E-43-MC Strike Eagle 0169 c/n 1034/E009 0170 c/n 1035/E010 0171 c/n 1036/E011 0172 c/n 1037/E012. (405th TTW/461st TFS) Crashed 42 nautical miles south-south-west of Gila Bend, AZ Sep 16, 1991. Pilot survived. 0173 c/n 1038/E013. Plane painted as 87-0173 on display at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho is actually F-15B 77-0163. 0174 c/n 1039/E014 0175 c/n 1040/E015 0176 c/n 1041/E016 0177 c/n 1042/E017 0178 c/n 1043/E018 0179 c/n 1044/E019 0180 c/n 1045/E020 0181 c/n 1046/E021 0182 c/n 1047/E022 0183 c/n 1048/E023 0184 c/n 1049/E024 0185 c/n 1050/E025 0186 c/n 1051/E026. Crashed Jun 4, 2003 with 4th FW, 334th FS 25 mi E of Seymour Johnson AFB, NC. Two crewmen ejected safely. Cause was defective starboard stabilator actuator, rendering aircraft uncontrollable. 0187 c/n 1052/E027 0188 c/n 1053/E028 0189 c/n 1054/E029 87-0190/0210 McDonnell Douglas F-15E-44-MC Strike Eagle 0190 c/n 1055/E030 0191 c/n 1056/E031 0192 c/n 1057/E032 0193 c/n 1058/E033 0194 c/n 1059/E034 0195 c/n 1060/E035 0196 c/n 1061/E036 0197 c/n 1062/E037 0198 c/n 1063/E038 0199 c/n 1064/E039 0200 c/n 1065/E040 0201 c/n 1066/E041 0202 c/n 1067/E042 0203 c/n 1068/E043. (336th TFS, 4th TFW) crashed near Thumrait, Oman September 30, 1990 during low-level ACM with RAF Jaguars, Desert Shield. Both crew killed. 0204 c/n 1069/E044 0205 c/n 1070/E045 0206 c/n 1071/E046 0207 c/n 1072/E047 0208 c/n 1073/E048 0209 c/n 1074/E049 0210 c/n 1075/E050 87-0211/0216 cancelled contract for McDonnell Douglas F-15E 87-0217/0266 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30F Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-478/527. 0224 (401st TFW, 614th TFS) an Mk.84 bomb exploded as it left the aircraft on a strike mission over Kuwait Jan 21, 1991. The pilot was able to fly over water, ejected safely and was rescued. 0228 (410st TFW, 614th TFS) shot down by SAM Jan 19, 1991 over Baghdad, Iraq. Pilot ejected and became POW. 0240 (183rd FW, 170th FS) crashed near Vermont, IL after midair collision with another F-16C Nov 17, 1999. Pilot ejected safely. Other F-16C landed safely 0251 (36th TFS) bellylanded on the runway in the USA Dec 19, 1989. Not repaired. Noted Mar 10, 2004 as GF-16C ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX 0257 (614th TFS/401st TFW) shot down by SA-3 SAM Jan 19/20, 1991 over Baghdad, Iraq, Desert Storm. Pilot ejected safely and made POW. 87-0267 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32F Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-528 87-0268 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30F Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-529 87-0269 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32F Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-530 0269 (414th CTS) w/o at Nellis AFB May 20, 1993. 87-0270/0292 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-531/553 0270 (52nd FW) w/o 1/26/94 in collision with 87-0389 on runway at Wright Patterson AFB, OH. 87-0389 was repaired and returned to service 0273 (128 FW, 176FS) w/o June 25, 1995 Falls Military Operating Area, Sturm, WI. 0274 (80th FS) crashed after midair collision with F-15C 78-0530 over Yellow Sea near Boryong, South Korea May 6, 1994. Pilot killed. 87-0293 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-554 0293 (Thunderbirds) damaged Jun 17, 1992 when struck by car at high speed. A civilian committed suicide by driving his car into the aircraft while parked on the taxiway the night before the Air Show at Selfridge ANGB, MI. The aircraft was repaired and was last assigned to Homestead AFB, FL. This plane now (2006) flies with the 188th FW at Ft. Smith, Arkansas. 87-0294 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-555 87-0295 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-556 To instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB 87-0296 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-557. With 187th FW, Alabama ANG crashed at EAA Air Venture, Oshkosh, Wisconsin Jul 28, 2011. Suffered extensive airframe damage and FOD damage after exiting runway with nose gear collapse. To AMARC Jul 18, 2012. 87-0297 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-558 87-0298 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-559 87-0299 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-560 87-0300 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-561 87-0301 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-562 87-0302 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-563. (432nd TFW, 14th TFS) crashed near Misawa, Japan May 7, 1991. Pilot ejected safely. 87-0303 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-564. Flew with Thunderbirds. To AMARC Feb 19, 2010. 87-0304 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-565 87-0305 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-566 Flew with Thunderbirds. To GF-16C instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB by Feb 2010. 87-0306 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-567 87-0307 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-568 87-0308 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-569. To AMARC by Feb 2010. 87-0309 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-570 Crashed with Thunderbirds Feb 14, 1994 during training flight at Indian Spring AAF, NV. Pilot did not eject but survived 87-0310 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-571 87-0311 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-572 87-0312 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-573 87-0313 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-574 87-0314 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-575 87-0315 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-576 87-0316 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-577 crashed 50 mi W of Cannon AFB, NM (27th FW, 522nd FS) Sep 9, 2002. Pilot killed 87-0317 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-578 87-0318 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-579 87-0319 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-580 Flew with Thunderbirds. To Sheppard AFB as GF-16C instructional airframe by Dec 2008. 87-0320 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-581 87-0321 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-582 87-0322 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-583 87-0323 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-584 Flew with Thunderbirds. Now on display outside Thunderbirds Museum at Nellis AFB, NV. It has kept it's Tbird marks and will join an F117A, F4C, F5E and F110D already on display there. On loan from AF Museum 87-0324 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-585 87-0325 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-586 Flew with Thunderbirds. To AMARC by Jan 2010. 87-0326 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-587 87-0327 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-588 Crashed with Thunderbirds Sep 14, 2003 during airshow at Mountain Home AFB, ID. Pilot ejected safely. Was 'Thunderbird 6'. Accident report indicates pilot misinterpreted altitude required for Split-S manouevre, having made his calculation from an incorrect airfield altitude 87-0328 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-589 87-0329 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-590 Flew with Thunderbirds. At Sheppard AFB as instructional airframe by Mar 2010. 87-0330 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-591 crashed (27th FW, 522nd FS) Mar 23, 2001 near Melrose Bombing Range, New Mexico after engine failure due to faulty maintenance. Pilot ejected safely. 87-0331 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-592 Flew with Thunderbirds as #2. To AMARC by Jan 2010. 87-0332 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-593 87-0333 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-594 87-0334/0349 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon C/n 5C-595/610. 0335 (c/n 5C-596) (56th FW, 63rd FS) in poor weather the plane taking off when 86-0275 landed on it and crashed Jul 27, 1993. Pilot killed. Second plane landed safely. 0337 (140th W, 120th FS) made emergency landing at Lamar MAP, CO Jun 28, 2005 after fire warning indication during training sortie from Buckley AFB, CO. Pilot ejected just after touchdown, aircraft skidded off runway and broke into two just behind cockpit. Pilot suffered minor injuries. 0347 (482nd FW/93rd FS) crashed into Gulf of Mexico during routine training mission Jan 15, 2008. Pilot ejected safely and was recovered. Cause was reported to have been spatial disorientation of pilot during night aggressor scenario mission. 87-0350/0351 General Dynamics F-16C Block 40 Fighting Falcon C/n 1C-1/2 87-0352/0355 General Dynamics F-16C Block 40A Fighting Falcon C/n 1C-3/6 87-0356 General Dynamics F-16C Block 42A Fighting Falcon C/n 1C-7 87-0357 General Dynamics F-16C Block 40A Fighting Falcon C/n 1C-8 Crashed June 21, 2000. With 388 FW, 421 FS. A mature American white pelican struck the canopy, penetrating the windscreen and damaging the canopy and HUD. Debris from the canopy, HUD, and pelican struck the pilot, causing confusion, disorientation, vision loss. He then ejected from the aircraft. 87-0358 General Dynamics F-16C Block 42A Fighting Falcon C/n 1C-9 87-0359 General Dynamics F-16C Block 40A Fighting Falcon C/n 1C-10 87-0360/0362 General Dynamics F-16C Block 42A Fighting Falcon C/n 1C-11/1C-13. 87-0363/0368 General Dynamics F-16D Block 30F Fighting Falcon C/n 5D-57/5D-62 0363 w/o March 15, 1989, MacDill AFB. The pilots were doing a simulated flameout landing and hit the runway so hard that one main gear fell off and the other was dangling. They lit burner and got back airborne, tried to engage barrier with tailhook and pancake on runway but ran out of hydrualic fluid and missed barrier, bounced off runway and pitched up. Pilots both ejected safely. 87-0369 General Dynamics F-16D Block 32F Fighting Falcon C/n 5D-63. (302nd TFS) crashed in a very high G-force maneuver at Carswell AFB, TX Oct 15, 1989. Both crew killed. 87-0370/0380 General Dynamics F-16D Block 30H Fighting Falcon C/n 5D-64/5D-74 0372 (178th FW, 162nd FS) crashed Nov 27, 1996 near Piketon, OH 0380 (482nd FW, 93rd FS) crashed into Florida Straits 5 mi E of Marathon Mar 12, 2007. Single pilot ejected safely and was rescued by USCG. AFM 5/2007, 6/2007 87-0381 General Dynamics F-16D Block 32H Fighting Falcon C/n 5D-75 Flies with Thunderbirds 87-0382 General Dynamics F-16D Block 30H Fighting Falcon C/n 5D-76 87-0383/0390 General Dynamics F-16D Block 30J Fighting Falcon C/n 5D-77/5D-84 0385 (466th FS) crashed due engine flameout near Wendover Feb 4, 1997. Both crew ejected safely, but injured. 0389 (C/n 5D-83) collidied with 87-0270 Jan 26, 1994. Repaired. (27th FW, 522nd FS) crashed due to engine failure 30 mi from Fort Summer, NM Dec 4, 1998. Both crew ejected safely. 87-0391/0393 General Dynamics F-16D Block 40A Fighting Falcon C/n 1D-1/1D-3 87-0394/0396 General Dynamics F-16D Block 42A Fighting Falcon C/n 1D-4/1D-6 396(F-16DG, 162nd FW, AZ ANG) crashed due mechanical failure near Gila Bend, AZ Jun 18, 1999. Pilot ejected safely. 87-0397/0398 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AA OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 27-1/27-2. Built for export to Singapore as 880 and 881 under Peace Carvin I To Thai AF as 10323 and 10324 87-0399/0400 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AB OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 27-3/27-4. Built for export to Singapore as 882 and 883 under Peace Carvin I 0399 to Thai AF as 10325 0400 (883, 140th Sqn) lost due midair collision with F-16A (87-0397, 880) over South China Sea Jul 8, 1991. Other plane landed safely. 87-0401 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15Z OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 28-1. Built for export to Singapore as 885, Peace Carvin I. To Thai AF as 10319 87-0402/0403 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AA OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 28-2/28-3. Built for export to Singapore as 886 and 887, Peace Carvin I 0402 to Thai AF as 10320 0403 to Thai AF as 10321 87-0404 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AB OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 28-4. Built for export to Singapore as 888, Peace Carvin I To Thai AF as 10322 87-0405/0406 North American Rockwell OV-10A Bronco transferred from USMC as BuNo 155405,155406. Later returned. 87-0407/0507 McDonnell Douglas AH-64A Apache c/n PV426/PV526 0407 (PV426) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05386 (PVD386) 0408 (c/n PV427) noted Mar 18, 2003 in strip hall at AH-64D conversion facility, Mesa, AZ. Rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05312 (PVD312) 0409 (c/n PV428) noted Mar 18, 2003 in strip hall at AH-64D conversion facility, Mesa, AZ Rebuilt as AH-64D 02--5313 (PVD313) 0410 (c/n PV429, C Company, 1-501st AVN) hit power lines during training flight at Tuzla West, Kosovo Jan 2, 2001. Crew uninjured, helo may be repairable. Rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05314 (PPVD314) 0411 (PV430) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05351 (PVD351) 0412 (PV431) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05465 (PVD465) 0413 (PV432, A Company 1-1st AVN) damaged Oct 9, 2001. Rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05468 (PVD468) 0414 (PV433) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05413 (PVD413) 0415 (PV434) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05315 (PVD315) 0416 (PV435) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05464 (PVD464) 0417 (PV436) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05486 (PVD486) 0418 (PV437) suffered class B damage with 1-4th Avn Ft. Hood, TX Jan 22, 1990. Repaired Rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05316 (PVD316) 0419 (PV438) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05485 (PVD485) 0420 (PV439) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05318 (PVD318) 0421 (PV440) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05381 (PVD381) 0422 (PV441) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05482 (PVD482) 0423 (PV442) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05319 (PVD319) 0424 (B Coy/1-149th Avn) Destroyed by fire at Camp Swift, TX Feb 11, 1996. 0425 (PV444) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05474 (PVD474) 0426 (PV445) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05478 (PVD478) 0427 (c/n PV446) rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05256 (PVD256) 0428 (PV447) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05469 (PVD469) 0429 (PV448) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05454 (PVD454) 0430 (PV449) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05472 (PVD472) 0431 (PV450) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05477 (PVD477) 0432 (PV451) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05497 (PVD497) 0433 (PV452) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5182 (PVD182) 0434 (A Coy/3-227th Avn) crashed in Germany Jun 17, 1995. 0435 (PV454) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05362 (PVD362) 0437 (PV456) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05320 (PVD320) 0438 (PV457) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05484 (PVD484) 0439 (PV458) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05466 (PVD466) 0440 (PV459) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05451 (PVD451) 0441 (PV460) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5230 (PVD230) 0442 (PV461) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05470 (PVD470) 0443 (PV462) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05354 (PVD354) 0444 (PV463) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05459 (PVD459) 0446 (PV465) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05449 (PVD449) 0447 (PV466) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05457 (PVD457) 0448 (PV467) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5122 (PVD122) 0449 (PV468) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05452 (PVD452) 0450 (PV469, C Company, 3-227th Avn) w/o due to hard landing at Tabuk, Saudi Arabia Jan 21, 1991. Both crew injured. 0451 (PV470) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05496 (PVD496) 0452 (C Coy/3-227th Avn) severely damaged in heavy landing in Saudi Arabia Feb 24, 1991. Aircraft lost night vision during a sand storm, crew became disoriented, and crashed into a depression. Both crew injured. Has not been reported since so presumably written off. 0453 (PV472) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05373 (PVD373) 0454 (PV473) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05456 (PVD456) 0455 (PV474) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05488 (PVD488) 0456 (PV475) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05401 (PVD401) 0457 (PV476) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05321. 0458 rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5226 0459 (PV478) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05489 (PVD489) 0460 (PV479) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05453 (PVD453) 0461 (PV480) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5149 (PVD149) 0462 (PV481) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5178 (PVD178) 0463 (PV482) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05445 (PVD445) 0464 (PV483) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05420 (PV420) 0465 (PV484) rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05238 (PVD238) 0466 (PV485) (H & H Company 1-111th Avn/FL NG) crashed due to mechanical failure in Florida Feb 9, 2002. One crew killed, other injured. 0467 (PV486) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05417 (PVD417) 0468 (PV487) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05490 (PVD490) 0469 (PV488) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05476 (PVD476) 0470 (PV489) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05471 (PVD471) 0471 (PV490) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05499 (PVD499) 0472 (PV491) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05487 (PVD487) 0473 (C Coy/1-1st Avn) Crashed and caught fire 12 mi N of Novo Brdo in Kosovo Jun 8, 2003, following wire strike at night. Both crew killed 0474 (PV493) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05475 (PVD475) 0475 (PV494) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05447 (PVD447) 0476 (PV495) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05481 (PVD481) 0477 (PV496) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05479 (PVD479) 0478 (PV497) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05483 (PVD483) 0479 (PV498) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05423 (PVD423) 0480 (PV499) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05378 (PVD378) 0481 (PV500) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05492 (PVD492) 0482 (PV501) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05429 (PVD429) 0483 (PV502) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05424 (PVD424) 0484 (PV503) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05480 (PVD480) 0485 (PV504) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05426 (PVD426) 0486 (PV505) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05431 (PVD431) 0487 (PV506) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05446 (PVD446) 0488 (Q Troop 4-3rd ACR) crashed in rugged terrain near Pike's Peak, CO Sep 19, 2002. Two crewmen not seriously hurt. Helicopter was recovered, but w/o. 0489 (PV508) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5179 (PVD179) 0490 (PV5090 rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05427 (PVD427) 0491 (PV510) suffered Class B damage with Q Troop, 4/3rd ACR Ft Carson, CO Jan 10, 2001 when rotor blades struck trees. Rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05425 (PVD425) 0492 (PV511) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05337 (PVD337) 0493 (PV512) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05363 (PVD363) 0494 (PV513) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05346 (PVD346) 0495 (PV514) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05414 (PVD414) 0496 (PV515, A Company 1-501st Avn) suffered class B damage at Warsaw, Poland Oct 7, 2002. Rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05444 (PVD444) 0497 (PV516) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05342 (PVD342) 0498 (PV517, R Coy/4-3rd ACR) struck ground hard during emergency landing in Iraq Jun 19, 2003 following inflight fire. Declared a w/o, but was rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05435 (PVD435) 0499 (PV518) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05411 (PVD411) 0500 (PV519) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05343 (PVD343) 0501 suffered Class B damage Camp Williams, UT May 25, 1993. 0502 (PV521) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05352 (PVD352) 0503 (PV522) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05473 (PVD473) 0504 (PV523) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05493 (PVD493) 0505 (PV524) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05494 (PVD494) 0506 (PV525) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05500 (PVD500) 0507 (PV526) rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05241 (PVD241) 87-0508/0512 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AC OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 6D-147/6D-151. Built by Fokker for Holland (J-508/512) 0508 (c/n 6D-147, J-508) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM 0509 (c/n 6D-148, J-509) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM 0510 (c/n 6D-149, J-510) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM 0511 (c/n 6D-150, J-511) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM 87-0513/0516 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AE OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 6D-152/6D-155. Built by Fokker for Holland (J-513/516) 0514 (c/n 6D-153, J-514) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM 0515 (c/n 6D-154, J-515) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM 0516 (c/n 6D-155, J-516) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM 87-0517/0696 Hughes-Raytheon AIM-120A AMRAAM missiles 87-0700/0701 Lockheed YF-22A C/n 3996, 3997. Operated as N22YF and N22YX 0700 painted in bogus markings and used as display at Nellis AFB airshow in 1997. Put on display at USAF Museum, OH. In 2009 moved to Edwards AFB for display. 0701 suffered violent pitching on approach to Edwards AFB and crashed on runway 4/25/1992. Pilot Tom Morgenfeld ejected safely and was uninjured. Plane was rebuilt as mockup for use as pole model. 87-0702/0708 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AB OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 2J-2/8. to Thailand as 10306/10312 under Peace Naresuan I 87-0709 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AB OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 2K-4. to Thailand as 10304 under Peace Naresuan I 87-0710 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AE OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 6D-156. To Netherlands as J-710. (315th Sqn) crashed due to flight control problem at Coevorden, Netherland Nov 21, 1990. Pilot ejected safely. 87-0711/0712 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AD OCU Fighting Falcon C/n 6L-13/6L-14. To Norway as 711/712 0712 (315th Sqn) lost after ingesting a bird which caused an engine fire at Landegode island, Norway Mar 17, 2001. Both crew ejected safely. 87-0713/0714 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AF OCU Fighting Falcon c/n 1A-1,1A-2. to Indonesia as TS1605/TS1606, Peace Bima-Sena 87-0715/0720 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AG OCU Fighting Falcon c/n 1A-3/1A-8. to Indonesia as TS1607/TS1612, Peace Bima-Sena 0715 (TS-1607) (3rd Sqn) crashed during landing in bad weather at Halim AB, Indonesia Mar 11, 1997. Pilot killed. 87-0721/0722 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AE OCU Fighting Falcon c/n 1B-1, 1B-2. to Indonesia as TS1601/TS1602, Peace Bima-Sena 87-0723/0724 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AF OCU Fighting Falcon c/n 1B-3, 1B-4. to Indonesia as TS1603/TS1604, Peace Bima-Sena 0724 (TS-1604) w/o Jun 15, 1992 87-0725/0760 Bell OH-58D Kiowa Warrior cn/ 43105/43140. Rebuilt from earlier OH-58A airframes 0728 rebuilt from 71-20348. W/o Apr 1, 1991. 0729 rebuilt from 71-20745. Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 93-0996. 0731 rebuilt from 70-15222. Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 94-0150. 0732 rebuilt from 71-20385 0733 rebuilt from 70-15270 0734 rebuilt as OH-58D(R) 96-0029. 0735 rebuilt from 71-20639 0736 rebuilt from 71-20758 0737 rebuilt from 72-21111 0739 rebuilt from 72-21244. w/o at Crockett, TX 11/23/1989. 0740 rebuilt from 71-20490 0741 rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 94-0153. 0743 rebuilt from 72-21434. Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 93-1007. 0744 was ex OH-58A 70-15340. 0745 rebuilt from 70-15284. 0746 rebuilt from 71-20827 0747 rebuilt from 71-20543 0748 rebuilt from 72-21190 0750 rebuilt from 72-21192 0752 rebuilt from 72-21191 0753 rebuilt from 72-21139. Later rebuilt as OH-58D(1) 94-0175 0754 rebuilt from 72-21427 0756 rebuilt from 72-21234 0758 rebuilt from 70-15197. 0759 rebuilt from 71-20552. Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 95-0012. 0760 rebuilt from 71-20380. Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 94-0176. 87-0761/0764 Schweizer TG-7 Commercial SGM 2-37 motor glider for USAF Academy 0761 c/n 5 flown as N765AF. WFU 2003 0762 c/n 10 flown as N762AF. To civil registry as N762AF 0763 c/n 11 flown as N763AF. To civil registry as N763AF 0764 c/n 12 flown as N764AF. 87-0800/0801 Northrop/McDonnell Douglas YF-23 operated as N231YF and N232YF 0800 at USAF Test Center Museum at Edwards AFB, CA. Now at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH. 0801 at Western Museum of Flight, CA. In spring 2004 it was moved from Western Museum to Northrop Grumman for 'refurbishment and repaint'. Rumor has it that this plane may be restored to flight status as a possible 'regional bomber'. 87-0802 De Havilland UV-18B Twin Otter c/n 437. Became N300LJ, then N97847, then D-IDCT. 87-0803/0952 General Dynamics AGM-129A 87-1000/1001 Fairchild C-26B Metro III 1000 c/n BC764V, was N2749X 1001 c/n BC766B, was N2750V 87-1653/1656 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32F Fighting Falcon C/n 5A-23/5A-26. For South Korea as RoKAF serials 87-653/56 under Peace Bridge I. 1655 (19th FW) crashed into mountain at night Apr 8, 1993. Pilot killed. 87-1657/1660 General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon C/n 5A-27/5A-30. For South Korea as RoKAF serials 87-657/60 under Peace Bridge I 87-1661/1664 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30A Fighting Falcon c/n 4J-16/4J-19. For Israel as 340, 341, 344, 345, Peace Marble II 87-1665/1679 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30B Fighting Falcon c/n 4J-20/4J-34. To Israel under Peace Marble II as 348, 349, 350, 353, 355, 356, 360, 364, 367, 368, 371, 373, 374, 377,and 378, Peace Marble II. 1674 (IDF/AF 368) crashed due engine fire after takeoff at Jezre'el Valley Aug 9, 1998. Pilot ejected safely. 87-1680/1693 General Dynamics F-16C Block 30C Fighting Falcon c/n 4J-35/4J-48. To Israel as 381, 384, 386, 388, 389, 391, 393, 394, 392,397,399,383,385, and 376, Peace Marble II. 87-1694 General Dynamics F-16D Block 30A Fighting Falcon c/n 4K-1. For Israel as 020, Peace Marble II 87-1695/1698 General Dynamics F-16D Block 30D Fighting Falcon c/n 4K-2/4K-5. For Israel, Peace Marble II 1695 (c/n 4K-2) IDF/AF serial 031. Crashed at sea Mar 26, 1999 due to engine lock. Pilot ejected safely. 1696 (c/n 4K-3) IDF/AF serial 023 1697 (c/n 4K-4) IDF/AF serial 027 1698 (c/n 4K-5) IDF/AF serial 034 87-1699/1708 General Dynamics F-16D Block 30E Fighting Falcon c/n 4K-6/4K-15. For Israel as 036,022,041,045,039,046,050,057,061, and 055, Peace Marble II. 1701 landing gear collapsed during touchdown at Ramat David AFB, Israel May 3, 2005. Crew ejected. As Barak 041 was repaired following damage and returned to service Jun 28, 2012. 87-1973/1975 Schleicher TG-9A Model ASK.21 glider for USAF Academy 1973 c/n 21272; c/r N973AF 1974 c/n 21235; c/r N974AF 1975 c/n 21237; c/r N975AF 87-1976/1977 Lockheed KC-130T Hercules Both to US Marine Corps 1976 (c/n 382-5147) to US Marine Corps as 164105 1977 (c/n 382-5149) to US Marine Corps as 164106. 87-9281/9288 Lockheed C-130H Hercules 9281 (c/n 382-5122) 9282 (c/n 382-5123) 9283 (c/n 382-5124) 9284 (c/n 382-5125) 9285 (c/n 382-5126) 9286 (c/n 382-5127) converted to MC-130W and delivered to 16th SOW at Hurlburt Field, FL Jul 21, 2006. This was first MC-130W "Combat Spear" conversion. 9287 (c/n 382-5128) 9288 (c/n 382-5129) - Army serials begin here - 87-24579/24656 Sikorsky UH-60A Blackhawk 24658, 24659, 24661/24669, 24671/24673 modified to EH-60A. 24660, 24670 modified to EH-60C 24579 (A Coy/1-244th Avn) forcelanded in southern Iraq Sep 21, 2004. Named "Miss Understood" in 2002 when serving with 5th Vattalion 158th Aviation Regiment in Germany. 24586 (1-228th Avn) crashed into mountain near Lake Yojoa, Honduras during training exercise Dec 11, 2002. All 5 onboard killed. 24588 (c/n 70.1096) 24596 damaged Jun 24, 2001 in hard landing while conducting a simulated engine failure landing in dusty conditions. 24602 returned to INARNG in 2008 24606 (101st Avn) crashed near Fort Campbell Mar 8, 1988 after colliding with UH-60A 85-24462. Total of 17 personnel killed. 24621 c/n 70.1149) (B Coy/5-158th Avn) while in clamshell hangar at Aviano AB, Italy was struck by high winds Jun 29, 2006 that destroyed the hangar and tipped helo over, wrecking rotor system and breaking off the tail boom. Has been removed to Coleman Barracs, Germany for probable repair. (B Coy/5-158th Avn) crashed at Viernheim, Germany Feb 3, 2010. 3 killed. 24624 (571st Med Co) crashed in Kuwait Apr 6, 2003. 24629 (c/n 70.1159) 24631 returned to INARNG in 2008 24641 (c/n 70.1177) to US Customs Mar 1993. 24642 modified into CINC aircraft with weather radar and satcom communications. 24643 (c/n 70.1180) 24648 (c/n 70.1188) to US Customs Mar 1993. Returned to US Army Apr 2006. Returned to INARNG in 2008 87-24657/24674 Sikorsky EH-60A Blackhawk 24670 (c/n 70.2167) reported transferred to US Navy 24674 (c/n 70.1303) 87-26000/26005 Sikorsky UH-60A Blackhawk 26000 (c/n 70.1200, C Co/6-159th Avn) shot down in error by a F-15C with AIM-120A, because misidentified to a Mi-24 in Iraq Apr 14, 1994. 13 killed. 88-26060 shot down by another F-15C in same friendly fire incident. 87-26006/26014 Sikorsky UH-60G Blackhawk for USAF 26006 (HH-60G) crashed Dec 15, 1999 near Al Jaber Air Base, Kuwait. The four crew escaped with minor injuries. Repaired and back in service by Aug 2003. 26014 (c/n 70.1218, HH-60G) of 66th RQS w/o Oct 20, 2004. Crashed 106 mi E of Shindand, Afghanistan during medevac mission while attempting to lower medical litter in brownout conditions. 3 of 4 crew members injured, one dying in hospital the next day. The injured passenger survived. (AFM 11/2005).