1989 USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised October 23, 2017


89-0001			General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AE OCU Fighting Falcon  
				MSN 6H-123.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-123).  Modified as F-16AM
89-0002/0009		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AG OCU Fighting Falcon  
				MSN 6H-124/6H-131.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-124/131)
				0002 (FA-124) has had mid life update and now designated F-16AM
				0003 (FA-125) has had mid life update and now designated F-16AM
				0004 (FA-126) has had mid life update and now designated F-16AM
				0005 (FA-127) has had mid life update and now designated F-16AM
				0006 (FA-128) has had mid life update and now designated F-16AM
				0007 (FA-129) has had mid life update and now designated F-16AM
				0008 (FA-130) has had mid life update and now designated F-16AM
				0009 (FA-131) has had mid life update and now designated F-16AM
89-0010/0011		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AJ OCU Fighting Falcon  
				MSN 6H-132/6H-133.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-132/133)
				0010 (FA-132) has had mid life update and now designated F-16AM
				0011 (FA-133) has had mid life update and now designated F-16AM
89-0012			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AE OCU Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6J-24.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FB-24)
				Has had mid life update and now designated F-16BM
89-0013/0018		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AJ OCU Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6D-169/6D-174.  Built by Fokker for Holland (J-013/018)
				All have had mid life update and now designated F-16AM
89-0019/0021		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AL OCU Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6D-175/6D-177.  Built by Fokker for Holland (J-019/021)
				0021 was the last Fokker-built F-16(J-021).
				All have had mid life updae and now designated F-16AM.
89-0022/0033		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40A Fighting Falcon 
			 	MSN 4R-40/4R-51.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
				0029 w/o Apr 28, 1993
				0032 on display at Istanbul Air Museum, Turkey, in 2009 was in Turkish AF 
					Museum at Yesilkoy.
				0033 w/o Sept 29, 1995
89-0034/0041		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40D Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4R-52/4R-59.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
				0039 did not crash May 24, 2000, that was 90-0001
89-0042			General Dynamics F-16D Block 40A Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4S-12.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
89-0043/0045		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40D Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4S-13/4S-15.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
89-0046/0063		McDonnell Douglas F-15E-47-MC Strike Eagle
				Cancelled contract
89-0064/0081		McDonnell Douglas F-15E-48-MC Strike Eagle
				Cancelled contract
89-0118/0119		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				0118 (MSN 382-5213) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 05-1084
				0119 (c;n 382-5214) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 05-1085

89-0127/0129		Northrop B-2A Block 10 Spirit
				0127 AV-12 MSN 1012 *Spirit of Kansas*.  Upgraded to Block 20 1996, to Block 30 1998.
					Made the first landing of a B-2 in Australlia, at RAAF
					Darwin, Northern Territory Jul 27, 2006.  Crashed on takeoff
					from Andersen AFB, Guam Feb 23, 2008 (509th BW, 393rd BS).  Both crew ejected safely.
					Crew reported an onboard fire, followed by uncontrollable roll
					to starboard.  cause of crash was a corruption of the plane's
					air data system, caused by presence of moisture in system during
					calibration.
				0128 AV-13 MSN 1013 *Spirit of Nebraska*.  Upgraded to Block 20 1996, to Block 30 1999. 
				0129 AV-14 MSN 1014 *Spirit of Georgia*.  Upgraded to Block 20 1997, to Block 30 1999.

89-0264/0265		Cessna 182 Skylane II
				For West Point Military Academy
89-0266			Gulfstream VC-11
				MSN 45, ex N815GA, N711R, N152RG, N215RL, VR-BHAN115GA, N40CE. Acquired by Army Corps of Engineers in 1981 and 
					operated under civil number N40CE. N40CE registration cancelled in 1989 and current number assigned.Converted from 
					Gulfstream II to GII-SP (with winglets) andredesignated C-20J in 1993. Plane was sold back to Gulfstream as N245GA,later 
					N250MS. While with US Army Corps of Engineers was named "Castle One". 

89-0277			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN CJ-1.  To Israel as 502, Peace Marble III
89-0278/0279		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN BC-1/BC-2.  Sold to Egypt as EAF serials 9901/9902
89-0280/0283		Lockheed MC-130H Combat Talon II
				0280 (MSN 382-5236)
				0281 (MSN 382-5237)
				0282 (MSN 382-5243)
				0283 (MSN 382-5244)
89-0284			Beechcraft T-1A Jayhawk
				MSN TT-5, ex-N2886B (or N2876B)

89-0460			Fairchild C-26A Metro III
				MSN BC-762B.  Registered N2749D Jul 28, 1990, cancelled May 9, 1995.  To Colombian AF as 1242.

89-0461/0463		Schweizer TG-3A
				SGS 1-26E glider for USAF
				461 MSN 553; c/r N17953
				462 MSN 530. Flown as N17924.  W/o Jun 1994
				463 MSN 641; c/r N33926
89-0464			Schweizer TG-4A
				Schweizer SGS2-33A glider MSN 109.  To Civil Air Patrol Dec 8, 2003 as N5779S, cancelled Jan 30, 2013

89-0471/0488		McDonnell Douglas F-15E-47-MC Strike Eagle
				0471 MSN 1118/E093
				0472 MSN 1119/E094
				0473 MSN 1120/E095
				0474 MSN 1121/E096
				0475 MSN 1122/E097
				0476 MSN 1123/E098
				0477 MSN 1124/E099.  With 4th FW at Seymour Johnson AFB
				0478 MSN 1125/E100
				0479 MSN 1126/E101.  (422nd TES, 57th FW) crashed NE of Las Vegas, NV Aug 10, 1992.
					Both crew killed.
				0480 MSN 1127/E102
				0481 MSN 1128/E103
				0482 MSN 1129/E104
				0483 MSN 1130/E105
				0484 MSN 1131/E106
				0485 MSN 1132/E107
				0486 MSN 1133/E108
				0487 MSN 1134/E109.  (4th TFW, 335th TFS) flown by Capt Rick Bennet and 
					Capt Daniel Bakke destroyed IrAF Mi 24 helicopter with 
					GBU-12 Feb 14, 1991, Desert Storm.  Achieved a milestone of 10,000 flying hours Jan 2012.
					With 395th FS, 4th FW at SJ AFB.
				0488 MSN 1135/E110
89-0489/0506		McDonnell Douglas F-15E-48-MC Strike Eagle
				0489 MSN 1136/E111
				0490 MSN 1137/E112
				0491 MSN 1138/E113.  (334th FS, 4th WG) w/o July 11, 1997 during training 
					mission on Dare County Bomb Range, NC.  Both crew ejected safely.
				0492 MSN 1139/E114
				0493 MSN 1140/E115
				0494 MSN 1141/E116
				0495 MSN 1142/E117
				0496 MSN 1143/E118
				0497 MSN 1144/E119.  (366th W/391st FS) crashed Oct 21, 1998.  Both crew killed.
				0498 MSN 1145/E120.
				0499 MSN 1146/E121
				0500 MSN 1147/E122
				0501 MSN 1148/E123
				0502 MSN 1149/E124
				0503 MSN 1150/E125
				0504 MSN 1151/E126.  Named “Spirit of Goldsboro” with 4th Wing in March 1992.   (336th FS, 4th WG) crashed into 
					sea off coast of North Carolina during air to air training mission Apr 18, 1995.
				0505 MSN 1152/E127
				0506 MSN 1153/E128.  with 389th FS, 336th FW

89-0509/0514		Lockheed AC-130U Hercules
				0509 (MSN 382-5228) named "Total Carnage"
				0510 (MSN 382-5229) named "Gunslinger"
				0511 (MSN 382-5230) named "Predator"
				0512 (MSN 382-5231) named "Dead On"
				0513 (MSN 382-5232) named "Killer Instinct"
				0514 (c/m 382-5233) named "Maximum Carnage"

89-1051/1056		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				1051 (MSN 382-5198)
				1052 (MSN 382-5199) to be converted to AC-130U
				1053 (MSN 382-5201) to be converted to AC-130U
				1054 (MSN 382-5203) to be converted to AC-130U
				1055 (MSN 382-5204) to Delaware ANG Mar 15, 1995
				1056 (MSN 382-5205) to be converted to AC-130U

89-1181/1188 		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				1181 (MSN 382-5188) named "Nashville, Spirit of Music City" in Sep 1990 with Tennessee ANG.
				1182 (MSN 382-5190)
				1183 (MSN 382-5192) named "Magic Carpet Ride" in sep 1990 with Tennessee ANG.  Currently operated by 118th 
					ALW/TN ANG.  Fitted with Senior Hunter SIGINT suite.
				1184 (MSN 382-5193)
				1185 (MSN 382-5194) converted to EC-130H.  With 105th ALS Tennessee ANG in 
					Senior Scout configuration in 1993. In service with 144th AS Alaska ANG in April 2012 as Compass Call EC-130H. 
				1186 (MSN 382-5195)
				1187 (MSN 382-5196) in 2009 was with 914th AS/107th AW, New York
					ANG.  Involved in midair with RQ-7, heavy damage to right wing and w/o.  No injuries.
				1188 (MSN 382-5197)
89-1189/1192		McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot II Globemaster III
				MSN 50007/50010, line number F6/F9
				1190 (MSN 50008/F007) with 62nd AW, 446th AW in 2014
				1191 (315th AW) nose landing gear collapsed on landing at Kandahar AB,
					Afghanistan Dec 23, 2008. Has been repaired and is back in service.
				1192 named *Spirit of Charleston*

89-2000/2001		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-153/1C-154
				2000 (188th FS) crashed Feb 5, 1995 70 mi SE of Albuquerque, NM.
				2001 named "Guardian Angel" with 32st FW Jul 2000.
89-2002			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-155
89-2003			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-156
89-2004			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-157
89-2005/2006		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-158/1C-159
				2006 (MSN 1C-159, F-16CG, 388th FW/4th FS) collided with 89-2111 SE of Wendover, NV in Utah Test and
					Training Range Oct 25, 2002.  One pilot ejected safely, other pilot killed.
89-2007			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-160
89-2008/2009		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-161/1C-162
				2009 (F-16CG, MSN 1C-162, 526th FS) flown by Stephen Allen shot down Galeb over 
					Bosnia Feb 28, 1994.
89-2010			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-163
89-2011			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-164
89-2012			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-165
89-2013/2016		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-166/1C-169
				2016 (F-16CG, 31st FW, 55th FS) damaged when undercarriage collapsed while parked
					at Decimomannu Oct 4 2002.  Repaired and returned to service by May 2003.
89-2017			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-170
89-2018			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-171
89-2019			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-172.  With 125th FS, 138th FW of Oklahoma ANG collided in midair with F-16 89-2034 Oct 20, 2014 near
					Moline, Kansas.  Pilot ejected.  The other F-16 was able to recover to base.
89-2020/2021		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-173/1C-174
89-2022			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-175
89-2023/2024		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-176/1C-177
89-2025			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-178
89-2026/2027		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-179/1C-180
				2027 w/o Sept 19, 1990, Hampton County, SC
89-2028			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-181
89-2029/2030		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-182/1C-183
89-2031			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-184.  Crashed (138th FW, 125th FS) crashed 5 mi N of Balad AB,
					Iraq Jun 15, 2007.  Pilot killed.
89-2032/2033		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-185/1C-186
				2032 (31st FW, 555th FS) shot down over Bosnia June 2, 1995.
					Pilot Capt. Scott O'Grady ejected safely and was 
					rescued several days later.
89-2034			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-187
89-2035/2036		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-188/1C-189
				2036 w/o Jan 26, 1995, Adriatic Sea
89-2037			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-190
89-2038/2039		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-191/1C-192
				2039 with 555th FS 341st FW at Aviano AB, Italy.
89-2040			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-193
89-2041/2044		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-194/1C-197
				2043 (36th FS, 51st FW) damaged 4/94 at Osan AB when landing gear 
					collapsed at end of its roll-out
89-2045			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-198
				w/o Apr 21, 1997.
89-2046/2047		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-199/1C-200
89-2048			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-201
89-2049/2050		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-202/1C-203
				2050 (F-16CG, 31st FW, 510th FS) crashed near Diyarbakir, Turkey,
					Jul 18, 2001.  Pilot ejected safely.
89-2051			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-204
89-2052			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-205
				2052 (F-16CG) crashed on takeoff at Osan AB, Korea May 29, 2003.  Pilot ejected safely.  
					Cause was ingestion of large duck, resulting in catastrophic engine failure. 
89-2053			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-206
89-2054			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-207
89-2055			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-208
89-2056			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-209
89-2057/2058		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-210/1C-211
89-2059			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-212
				w/o Oct 3, 1991, Nellis Range
89-2060/2069		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-213/1C-222
				2061 w/o Apr 4, 1991, Haylow, GA
				2063 (F-16CG, 8th FW, 35th FS) crashed 35 mi SE of Kunsan AB, Korea Jun 12, 2001 due to
					spatial disorientation of pilot.  Pilot killed.
				2069 w/o 5/18/93, Eielson AB, Alaska
89-2070			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-223
89-2071/2072		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-224/1C-225
89-2073			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-226
89-2074/2075		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-227/1C-228
89-2076			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-229
89-2077/2078		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-230/1C-231
89-2079			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-232
				w/o Jan 20, 1996
89-2080/2081		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-233/1C-234
89-2082			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-235
89-2083/2084		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-236/1C-237
				2084 (8th FW, 35th FS) crashed into Yellow Sea Sep 9, 2003.  Pilot ejected safely.
					Accident report indicates pilot flew too low during air-to-air combat 
					training mission and criticised both pilot and his instructor (in the 
					'opposing' F-16) for poor situational awareness
89-2085			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-238.  Named "city of Swanton" with Ohio ANG in 2001.
89-2086/2087		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-239/1C-240
				2089 w/o Dec 16, 1991, Georgia
89-2088/2089		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-241/1C-242
				2088 (138th FW, 125th FS, Oklahoma ANG) crashed near Atlanta, KS
					Oct 12, 2000 due to engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2089 (F-16CG) w/o Dec 16, 1991
89-2090			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-243
89-2091			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-244
89-2092/2093		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-245/1C-246
				2093 (F-16CG) ran off runway at Kirkland AFB Jul 31, 1996 and 
					was damaged.  W/o after accident.
89-2094			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-247
				2094 (63rd FS, 56th FW) w/o Feb 16, 2000 over Barry Goldwater range, AZ.  Pilot ejected safely.
89-2095/2096		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-248/1C-249
				2095 (F-16CG, 347th W, 68th FS) suffered engine failure in flight near Pearson, GA. 
					Apr 21, 1997  Pilot ejected safely.
89-2097/2098		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-250/1C-251
89-2099			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-252. (8th FW/35th FS) crashed into West Sea about 20 mi from west
					coast of Korea during routine training mission Mar 14, 2006.  Pilot
					ejected safely and was picked up by South Korean AF UH-60P.  
					Cause reported to be as series of flight control system
					faiuures during basic fighter maneuvering training
					with second F-16.  AFM 3/2007 
89-2100			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-253
				Destroyed on ground at Homestead AFB by Hurricane Andrew Aug 24, 1992.  I have a photo of this plane taken at Tucson, AZ
					Apr 14, 2012.
89-2101/2102		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-254/1C-255
				2101 w/o Aug 23, 1996
				2102 attached to 510FS, 31FW, Aviano AB
89-2103/2105		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-256/1C-258
				2104 (F-16CG, 35th FW, 14th FS) ) collided with civilian Cessna 172N
					aircraft N37829 near Sarasota, FL Nov 16, 2000.  Pilot ejected 
					safely, civilian aircraft crew killed.
89-2106/2107		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-259/1C-260
89-2108			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-261.  With 388th TFW, 421st FS, crashed at night on Utah Test Range, UT Jun 22. 2009.  Pilot killed.
89-2109			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-262
89-2110/2111		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-263/1C-264
				2110 w/o Apr 24, 1992, Homestead AFB
				2111 (MSN 1C-264, F-16CG, 388th FW/4th FS) collided with 89-2006 SE of Wendover, NV in Utah Test and
					Training Range Oct 25, 2002.  One pilot ejected safely, other pilot killed.
89-2112			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-265
89-2113			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-266
89-2114			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-267
89-2115/2116		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-268/1C-269
				2115 (3885h FW/421st FS) crashed 30 mi W of Hill AFB, UT Mar 30, 2006.  Pilot
					ejected safely.  Cause of crash was failure of engine bearing assembly,
					causing loss of power.  AFM Nov 2006
89-2117			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-270
89-2118/2119		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-271/1C-272
				2119 with 421st Fighting Squadron / 388th Fighter Wing at Hill Air Force Base
89-2120			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-273
89-2121/2122		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-274/1C-275
89-2123			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-276
89-2124/2125		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-277/1C-278
89-2126			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-279
89-2127			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-280
89-2128/2129		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-281/1C-282
89-2130/2131		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-283/1C-284
				2131 w/o Jan 8, 1998
89-2132			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-285.  Named "City of Sylvania" with Ohio ANG in 2001.
89-2133/2134		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-286/1C-287
				2134 w/o 2/16/94 in accident during Operation *Deny Flight*
89-2135			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-288
89-2136/2137		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-289/1C-290
				2137 flown by Robert Wright shot down 3 Galebs over Bosnia 
					Feb 28, 1994
89-2138			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-291
89-2139/2140		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-292/1C-293
89-2141/2142		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-294/1C-295
89-2143			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-296
89-2144			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-297
				2144 (388th W, 34th FS) in accident at Dharan, Saudi Arabia Sep 4, 1996.  Repaired and returned to service.
					With 4th FS, 388th FW ran off runway at Bagram AF, Afghanistan Oct 8, 2010, badly damaged.
89-2145			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-298
89-2146/2147		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-299/1C-300
				2146 (31st FW) w/o at Homestead AFB, FL Apr 24, 1992, presumably as
					a result of Hurricane Andrew.  Used as GF-16C ground instructional
					airframe with 82nd TW at Sheppard AFB, TX.
89-2148			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-301
89-2149/2150		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-302/1C-303
89-2151			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-304
89-2152/2153		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-305/1C-306
				2153 q/o May 12, 1997.
89-2154			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-307
89-2155/2159		General Dynamics F-16D Block 42E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-30/1D-34
89-2160/2165		General Dynamics F-16D Block 42F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-35/1D-40
89-2166/2169		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-41/1D-44
89-2170			General Dynamics F-16D Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-45
89-2171			General Dynamics F-16D Block 40F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-46
89-2172/2174		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-47/1D-49
89-2175			General Dynamics F-16D Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-50
				2175 (63rd FS, 56th FW) crashed after crew ejected after ran 
					out of fuel over White Tank Range near Luke AFB Apr 26, 1999.
					Left gear collapsed on landing and aircraft got back into the
					air.  With no fuel left for another approach, the crew headed
					to White Tank and ejected.
89-2176			General Dynamics F-16D Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-51
89-2177			General Dynamics F-16D Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-52
89-2178			General Dynamics F-16D Block 40G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-53
89-2179			General Dynamics F-16D Block 42G Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-54

89-9101/9106 		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				9101 MSN 5216.  Made first flight Sep 19, 2006 after completing Avionics
					Modernization Program--first C-130 to do so.
				9102 MSN 5217 with 327AS/913AG Little Rock afrc
				9103 MSN 5218
				9104 MSN 5220.  With 773rd AS, 910th AW at Youngstown-Warren ARS in 2014
				9105 MSN 5221
				9106 MSN 5223


			- Army serials begin here -


89-00082/00117		Bell-Textron OH-58D Kiowa Warrior
				MSN 43177/43212  Remanufactured from earlier OH-58A airframes
				00083 assigned 1991 to US Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity, Yuma Proving Ground, AZ 
					for evaluation of the Improved (armed) configuration of the OH-58D. 
				00086 rebuilt from 71-20409
				00090 rebuilt from 70-15184
				00091 rebuilt from 70-15185
				00092 rebuilt from 70-15206
				00093 rebuilt from 70-15218
				00094 rebuilt from 70-15229.
				00098 rebuilt from 71-20686
				00099 rebuilt from 70-15294
				00100 rebuilt from 71-20453
				00101 rebuilt from 71-20382
				00102 rebuilt from 72-21171
				00103 rebuilt from 72-21410
				00109 rebuilt from 70-15240.  Crashed Mar 16, 1992.
				00112 (MSN 43207) Written off on December 14, 2010
				00113 (MSN 43208) noted as OH-58D(I) with C Co/1/14th Avn.  To AMARC Feb 20, 2015
				00114 (MSN 43209)
				00115 (MSN 43210) 
				00116 (MSN 43211) rebuilt from 71-20805.  To AMARC Oct 29, 2014.
				00117 (MSN 432120 to AMARC Oct 29, 2014.

89-00126			Beechcraft D18S
				ex-civilian aircraft.  Remanufactured from AT-7/AT-11, was C-45G 51-11679
					MSN AF-236.  Was N90EG.  Acquired by US Army in 1989, WFU, N5170L, N555NJ

89-00130			Boeing-Vertol CH-47D Chinook
				Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100.  
				00130 (M3284, remanufactured from CH-47C 68-16017).  Accepted by the US Army 19Jan90
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					To Canadian Armed Forces as 147201 in 2008			Named "Miss Behavin"
					Accepted by the CAF 28Dec08 for use by Canadian Forces Joint Task Force Afghanistan Air 
					Wing at Kandahar, Afghanistan.
					To AMARC 22Sep11, code 2796. Departed AMARC 28Aug12
89-00131			Boeing-Vertol MH-47D Chinook
				00131 (M3285, remanufactured from CH-47C 69-17106) Accepted by the US Army 17Jan90
					Rebuilt as MH-47G 06-03766
89-00132/00145		Boeing-Vertol CH-47D Chinook
				The Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-10.  Remanufactured from CH-47C
				00132 (M3286, ex CH-47C 70-15008) accepted by the US Army 22Dec89
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Hood, TX 31Jan90
					Assigned to Army Airborne Electronics Research Activities (AERA) at the Naval Air Engineering 
					Center (NAEC), Lakehurst, NJ 2Feb90
					Assigned to C Company, 1st Battalion, 228th Aviation Regiment, Fort Kobbe, Panama 26Feb90
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 228th Aviation Regiment, Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. Joint Task Force-Bravo
					Stored at Summit Airport, Middletown, DE
					With 1-288 Avn Regt for sale by GSA Auctions at Middletown, ED Jun 12, 2015.
				00133 (M3287, ex CH-47C 71-20945) accepted by the US Army 29Jan90
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Eustis, VA
					Stored at Summit Airport, Middletown, DE
				00134 (M3288, ex CH-47C 67-18505) accepted by the US Army 31Jan90
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 228th Aviation Regiment, Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. Joint Task Force-Bravo
					Stored at Summit Airport, Middletown, DE
				00135 (M3289, ex CH-47C 68-15820) accepted by the US Army 6Feb90
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA.  To Cat B trainer at Ft Eustis, Virginia
				00136 (M3290, ex CH-47C 76-22675).  Accepted by the US Army 8Feb90
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 228th Aviation Regiment, Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. Joint Task Force-Bravo
					WFU – pending disposition
				00137 (M3291, ex CH-47C 67-18517) accepted by the US Army 15Feb90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, 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 B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Eustis, VA
					Stored at Summit Airport, Middletown, DE
				00138 (M3292, ex CH-47C 67-18533) accepted by the US Army 27Feb90
					Assigned to E Company, 2nd Battalion, 502nd Aviation Regiment Centurians, USAREUR, Aviano 
					Airbase, Pordenone, Italy 
					Assigned to F Company, 159th Aviation Regiment Big Windy, USAREUR, Germany
					(F Company 159th Avn) damaged in accident Jul 6, 2002 when 
					rear of helicopter hit the ground during training exercise but repaired. 
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment Big Windy, USAREUR, Germany 
					Assigned to B Company, 7th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany [2005] 
					Assigned to D Company, 5th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment Big Windy, USAREUR, Germany [2007] 
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment Big Windy, Afghanistan [2010]
					Assigned to D Company, 2nd General Support Aviation Battalion, 3rd Aviation Regiment, 
						Hunter Army Airfield, Savannah, GA [2011]
					Assigned to D Company, 2nd General Support Aviation Battalion, 1st Aviation Regiment Fighting 
					Eagles, Fort Riley, KS [2012]
					Assigned to D Company, 2nd General Support Aviation Battalion, 4th Aviation Regiment, 
					Fort Carson, CO [2013]
					Stored with Yulista Aviation at Madison County Executive Airport, Meridianville, AL 
					For sale by GSA
					Auctions at Meridianville, AL Jan 6, 2014.  Registered
					N472CH with MSN M3292, assigned Jun 25, 2014, registered with 89-0138 Aug 11, 2014, current.
				00139 (M3293, ex CH-47C 68-15849) accepted by the US Army 28Feb90
					Assigned to F Company, 159th Aviation Regiment Big Windy, USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", USAREUR, Germany 
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", Balad AAF, Iraq [May08]
					Destroyed in Iraq May 11, 2008.
				00140 (M3294, ex CH-47C 68-15990) accepted by the US Army 7Mar90
					Assigned to E Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment "Centurians", USAREUR, Aviano Airbase, Pordenone, Italy 
					Assigned to F Company, 159th Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", USAREUR, Germany
					Displayed at Farnborough International Air Show, England 2002
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois; 2nd Battalion, 238th Aviation Regiment, Peoria, IL 
				00141 (M3295, ex CH-47C 68-15834).  Accepted by the US Army 20Mar90
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", USAREUR, Germany [Jan09]
					Assigned to F Company, 159th Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", USAREUR, Germany
					Destroyed in Afghanistan Aug 5, 2011
				00142 (M3296, ex CH-47C 67-18516) accepted by the US Army 26Mar90
					Assigned to E Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment "Centurians", USAREUR, Aviano Airbase, Pordenone, Italy 
					Assigned to F Company, 159th Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to F Company, 159th Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", Iraq
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", USAREUR, Germany 
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Eustis, VA
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Afghanistan
					Hit by rocket or mortar on ground at Bagram AB in Afghanistan Sep 10, 2012 and burned out.   
					There were Afghan and (NATO) coalition personnel on board. Three Afghan intelligence personnel 
					were killed. 
				00143 (M3297, ex CH-47C 68-15829) accepted by the US Army 26Mar90
					Assigned to F Company, 159th Aviation Regiment Big Windy, USAREUR, Germany [1998].  
						Named "Glutton For Punishment" 
 					(F Company 159th AVN) damaged Jun 11, 1999.  Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 158th 
						Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", USAREUR, Germany [Jan09]	
						Named "Tailwind" with Marilyn Monroe artwork
					Detached to Dublin Airport, Ireland 18May11 to 13Jun11 in support of HMX-1 with visit of 
						President Obama to Ireland
					Delivered to the RAAF as A15-151, 1Feb12. Assigned to 5th Aviation Regiment 8Jun12.  Named "Second Chance".
						Noted Dec 2016 as instructional airframe at Robertson Barracks, Darwin. 
				00144 (M3298, ex CH-47C 68-16008) accepted by the US Army 30Mar90
					Assigned to E Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment "Centurians", USAREUR, Aviano Airbase, Pordenone, Italy 
					Assigned to F Company, 159th Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", USAREUR, Germany [Jan09]
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Maryland; 3rd Battalion, 126th Aviation Regiment, Aberdeen 
						Proving Ground, MD 
				00145 (M3299, ex CH-47C 70-15012) accepted by the US Army 31Mar90
					Assigned to F Company, 159th Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment Big Windy, USAREUR, Germany [Jan09]	
					Named "Marvin The Martian".  Noted stored in damaged state with rear pylon missing at Tulsa
					IAP, AZ.  Written off
89-00146			Boeing-Vertol MH-47D Chinook
				00146 (M3300, remanufactured from CH-47C 70-15031) accepted by the US Army 26Apr90
					Assigned to B Company, 3rd Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment
					With B Co/3-160th SOAR "Evil Empire", crashed west of Asadabad in Kunar Province
					in Hindu Kush mountains of Afghanistan Jun 28, 2005, believed following
					hit by RPG.  All aboard killed.  AFM 1/2006
89-00147/00159		Boeing-Vertol CH-47D Chinook
				The Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100.  Remanufactured from CH-47C
				00147 (M3301, ex CH-47C 68-15836) accepted by the US Army 26Apr90
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Afghanistan
 					Destroyed in Afghanistan May 12, 2008
				00148 (M3302, ex CH-47C 68-15863) accepted by the US Army 27Apr90
					Assigned to F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve - Kansas, Olathe, KS
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Oregon; 1st Battalion, 168th Aviation Regiment, Camp Pendleton, OR
				00149 (M3303, ex CH-47C 70-15002) accepted by the US Army 8May90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment, Wheeler Field, Hawaii 19May90 
 					Damaged Oct 26, 2000.  Suffered Class B damage.  To Columbia Helicopters, Aurora State
					Airport, Oregon on Aug 11, 2014 for refurbishment prior to delivery to Royal Moroccan Air Force.
					To Moroccan AF as CN-ALK
				00150 (M3304, ex CH-47C 70-15005) accepted by the US Army 30Apr90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment, Wheeler Field, Hawaii 28May90 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California. 1st General Support Aviation Battalion, 
						126th Aviation Regiment Delta Schooners 	Named "The Black Pearl" 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Montana; 1st Battalion, 189th Aviation Regiment, Helena, MT
				00151 (M3305, ex CH-47C 76-22678) accepted by the US Army 25May90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment, Wheeler Field, Hawaii 14Aug90 
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment "Hillclimbers", Iraq 2009-2010 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California. 1st General Support Aviation Battalion, 
					126th Aviation Regiment Delta Schooners
				00152 (M3306, ex CH-47C 76-22684) accepted by the US Army 30May90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment, Wheeler Field, Hawaii 12Jun90 
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment "Hillclimbers", Iraq 2009-2010 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Oregon; 1st Battalion, 168th Aviation Regiment, Camp Pendleton, OR
				00153 (M3307, ex CH-47C 68-15862) accepted by the US Army 30May90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California. 1st General Support Aviation Battalion, 
						126th Aviation Regiment "Delta Schooners".  To 1106th TASMG.  Now on display at Castle Air Museum.
				00154 (M3308, ex CH-47C 68-15822) accepted by the US Army 1Jun90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 10-08085
				00155 (M3309, ex CH-47C 68-16011) accepted by the US Army 25Jun90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment, Wheeler Field, Hawaii 6Aug90 
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment "Hillclimbers", Iraq 2009-2010 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 12-08105
				00156 (M3310, ex CH-47C 68-15860) accepted by the US Army 6Jun90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment, Wheeler Field, Hawaii 
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Lewis, WA 
				00157 (M3311, ex CH-47C 68-15852) accepted by the US Army 30Jun90
					Assigned to B Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 2Aug90
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 10-08079
				00158 (M3312, ex CH-47C 74-22279) accepted by the US Army 30Jun90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment, Wheeler Field, Hawaii 
					(B Company 214th AVN) damaged Aug 16, 2000.  Suffered Class B damage.  
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA  in 2002
				00159 (M3313, ex CH-47C 67-18526) accepted by the US Army 30Jun90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment, Wheeler Field, Hawaii 1Aug90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment "Hillclimbers", Iraq 2009-2010 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 11-08091.  Conflict: 89-00159 reported May15 as being a former RAF BDR aircraft 
					still stored at RAF Odiham [possibly a redundant fuselage from the conversion]
89-00160/00161		Boeing-Vertol MH-47D Chinook
				00160 (M3314, ex CH-47C 67-18500) accepted by the US Army 27Jul90
					Assigned to B Company, 3rd Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment
					With B Coy/3-160th SOAR(A), after unloading troops in Kunar province, Afghanistan Oct 7, 2005 
					suffered engine malfunction, rotor blade struck ground, landed hard, rolled over and
					was wrecked. All 7 crew escaped, but 3 suffered minor injuries.  The helicopter was completely destroyed.
				00161 (M3315, ex CH-47C 67-18532) Accepted by the US Army 31Jul90
					Rebuilt as MH-47G 06-03764 
89-00162/00177		Boeing-Vertol CH-47D Chinook
				The Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100.  Remanufactured from CH-47B/C
				00162 (M3316, ex CH-47C 68-15815) accepted by the US Army 30Jul90
					Assigned to F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve - Kansas, Olathe, KS
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Eustis, VA 
				00163 (M3317, ex CH-47C 70-15023) accepted by the US Army 3Aug90
					Assigned to B Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment Big Windy, USAREUR, Germany [Jan09]	
						Nose art "Place Politically Correct Nose Art Here...?" 
					Detached to Dublin Airport, Ireland 18May11 to 13Jun11 in support of HMX-1 with visit of 
						President Obama to Ireland
					Delivered to the RAAF as A15-152, 1Feb12. Assigned to 5th Aviation Regiment 8Jun12			
						Named "Silky Smooth".  Now preserved at SAS History and Research Center at Campbell Barracks,
						Swanbourne, Perth, Australia
				00164 (M3318, ex CH-47C 67-18549) accepted by the US Army 21Aug90
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 10-08084
				00165 (M3319, ex CH-47C 74-22278) accepted by the US Army 28Aug90
					Assigned to C Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Saudi Arabia
					Crashed January 11, 1991 in Saudi Arabia. Experienced catastrophic failure of number 2 engine 
					followed by an inflight fire.  The aircraft internally loaded cargo, an M102 Howitzer and M998 
					HMMWV, and the military and personal equipment of the crew and passengers were totally 
					destroyed in the fire. Two minor injuries, both back strains, were sustained.
				00166 (M3320, ex CH-47C 67-18546) accepted by the US Army 31Aug90
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment 12Sep90
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Wainwright, AK
					Had hard landing Nov 11, 2012 and suffered extensive damage.  Not known if it will
					be rebuilt or scrapped.
				00167 (M3321, ex CH-47C 67-18520) accepted by the US Army 31Aug90
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment 13Jan91
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York; 3rd Battalion, 126th Aviation Regiment
				00168 (M3322, ex CH-47C 70-15027) accepted by the US Army 6Sep90
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment 12Sep90
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Wainwright, AK
					(B Company 4-123rd AVN) damaged Jul 13, 1997.  Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York; 
					3rd Battalion, 126th Aviation Regiment
				00169 (M3323, ex CH-47C 68-16012) accepted by the US Army 14Sep90
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment 26Sep90
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California. 1st General Support Aviation Battalion, 
					126th Aviation Regiment "Delta Schooners".  For sale by GSA Auctions at Sumit Avn,
					Middletown, DE Sep 1, 2015.  To N160AW with Unical Aviation Inc of 
					Los Angeles on March 18, 2016 
				00170 (M3324, ex CH-47C 67-18503) accepted by the US Army 27Sep90
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment 26Oct90
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Wainwright, AK
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York; 3rd Battalion, 126th Aviation Regiment
				00171 (M3325, ex CH-47C 68-15821) accepted by the US Army 28Sep90
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Wainwright, AK
					Assigned to B Company, 1st Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment Sugar Bears, Fort Wainwright, AK
					Assigned to B Company, 1st Battalion, Aviation Regiment Sugar Bears, Iraq
					With 1-52nd Avn, crashed near Al-Taqaddum AB, Iraq during routine post-maintenance test
					flight Aug 14, 2007.  All 5 occupants killed. (AFM 10/2007)
				00172 (M3326, ex CH-47C 68-15825) accepted by the US Army 29Sep90
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment, Saudi Arabia 16Oct90
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment 23Feb91
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment 5May91
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Wainwright, AK
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA 
				00173 (M3327, ex CH-47C 67-18528) accepted by the US Army 25Oct90
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment 
					Crashed at Ft. Richardson, AK Oct 10, 1992.  Cause of accident was suspected to be a fastener 
					failure in the upper boost actuator. During contour flight at 80kts the crew experienced a 
					partial loss of aircraft control and the aircraft began spinning. The aircraft impacted trees 
					and came to rest in an upright attitude. The aircraft was destroyed.
				00174 (M3328, ex CH-47C 67-18551) accepted by the US Army 26Oct90
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment 
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Wainwright, AK
					WFU. Stored waiting induction into the CH-47F model program
				00175 (M3329, ex CH-47C 68-15848) accepted by the US Army 29Oct90
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 09-08070.  
				00176 (M.3330, ex CH-47B 66-19138) was N544NA with NASA before remanufacture.  Conversion completed 9Oct90
					Accepted by the US Army 30Oct90
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment 23Nov90
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment, Saudi Arabia 16Jan91
					Assigned to B Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment 24Feb91
					Assigned to B Company, 8th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment 17Mar91
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment 22Apr91
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Wainwright, AK
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 13-08134
				00177 (M.3331, ex CH-47C 68-15819).  Accepted by the US Army 31Oct90
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment 18Jan91
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Wainwright, AK
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California. 1st General Support Aviation Battalion, 
					126th Aviation Regiment Delta Schooners

89-00192/00263		McDonnell Douglas AH-64A Apache
				MSN PV604/PV675.
				00192,00228 converted to AH-64D
				00194, 00198, 00200, 00206, 00207, 00212, 00218, 00219, 00224, 00225, 00230, 00231,
					00236, 00237 to Israel.
				00195 to Israeli AF
				00196 to Israeli AF
				00197 to Israeli AF
				00198 to Israeli AF
				00199 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05699
				00200 to Israeli AF
				00201 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05711.
				00202 suffered class B damage May 20, 1993.  Repaired
				00204 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05704.
				00206 to Israeli AF as 818.  With 190th Sqn crashed after collision with AH-64A 825 (89-0218) at
					Ramat Naftali, Israel Jul 20, 2006.  Crew exited safely.
				00209 (A Company 3-101st Avn) crashed NE of Kandahar, Afghanistan Apr 10, 2002 following
					mechanical failure.  Crew injured.  Aircraft encountered problem
					at 150 foot altitude, struck ground, bounced into air, impacted
					again and slid 45 feet, shedding underwing stores, undercarriage
					and tail boom. Aircraft destroyed on site by demolition charges. 
				00213 to Israeli AF
				00218 to Israeli AF as 825.  With 190th Sqn crashed after collision with AH-64A 818 (89-0206) at
					Ramat Naftali, Israel Jul 20, 2006.  Crew exited safely.
				00221 (PV633) converted to JAH-64A.  Rebuilt as 07-05524
				00225 (PV637) to Israeli AF as 832
				00228 (PV640) converted to AH-64D 01-05284 (PVD284)
				00230 (PV642) to Israeli AF as 834
				00231 (PV643) to Israeli AF as 837
				00232 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05700
				00234 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05710
				00235 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05709
				00236 (PV648) to Israeli AF as 840
				00237 (PV649) to Israeli AF as 845
				00245 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05705.
				00254 (PV666) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5152 (PVD152)
				00257 (B Coy/1-229th Avn) crashed at Fort Bragg, NC Feb 3, 1993.
				00263 (C Co/1-211th Avn/UT NG) made emergency landing N of Qalat,
					Afghanistan Jun 28, 2004 and destroyed in subsequent fire.
					Both crew slightly injured.

89-00266			Gulfstream VC-11A 
				Gulfstream II MSN 45 ex N815GA, N711R, N152RG, N215RL, VR-BHA
				N115GA, N40CE.  Acquired by Army Corps of Engineers in 1981 and operated 
				under civil number N40CE.  N40CE registration cancelled in 1989 and current number assigned.
				Converted from Gulfstream II to Gulfstream II-SP (with winglets) and
				redesignated C-20J in 1993.  Plane was sold back to Gulfstream as N245GA,
				later N250MS.  While with US Army Corps of Engineers was named "Castle One".  
89-00267/00269		Beechcraft RC-12K Huron
				MSN FE-13/15.
				00267 (MSN FE-13) has been converted to RC-12N.  Assigned to B Company, 224th Military Intelligence Battalion.
					To AMARC Apr 2, 2015.
89-00270/00276		Beechcraft RC-12N Huron
				MSN FE-16/22
				00270 (MSN FE-16) Active in July 2013 with 15th Military Intelligence 
					Battalion and in April 2017 noted displayed at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. 
				00272 (B Company 224th MI Batallion) crashed April 16, 1997 near Hunter Army Airfield.  Or was this 0270?
					It was probably 0272, since 0270 was seen May 1, 2006 at Prestwick, Scotland.

89-00515			Fairchild/Swearingen C-26B Metroliner
				Model SA 227-DC.  MSN DC-799M.  Civil N30047 for Army National Guard.  Registered N30047 May 29, 1992, cancelled
					Jul 6, 1992.

89-12053			Mil Mi-8T Hip
				Believed to have formerly been N636RR.  Assigned to US Army Threat systems Management Office at Biggs Army
					Airfield, El Paso, Texas.  Last noted in airworthy
					condition with OPTEC at Fort Polk.

89-25351/25356		McDonnell Douglas AH-6J Defender
				Model 530MG Mission Enhanced Little Bird (MELB) avionics upgrade
				Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
89-26123/26173		Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
				26149,26154 modified as UH-60L
				26123 to Multinational Force and Observers Air Wing which patrols Israel/Egypt
					border.
				26126 w/o July 1994, circumstances unknown.
				26131 to Multinational Force and Observers Air Wing which patrols Israel/Egypt
					border.
				26132 (MSN 701358)
				26136 (MSN 701363) in Mar 016 with 2nd Battalion, 85th Aviation Regiment, Arizona Army National Guard
				26140 (MSN 701368) active in Oct 2016 with United States Army Test and Evaluation Command, Laguan
					Army Air Field, Yuma, AZ
				26141 (A Company 1-228th AVN) damaged Nov 15, 1998
				26142 (MSN 701370)
				26144 w/o Jan 10, 1990, circumstances unknown.
				26147 (IL ArNG/B/1-106th AVN) damaged when struck ground in Iraq
					Aug 24, 2004 after the low rotor RPM warning sounded.
				26149 converted to UH-60L, converted to JUH-60L
				26163 (MSN 701402) assigned in 2016 to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment
				26169 (1-140th AVN CA ArNG) damaged by tornado in Iraq May 24, 2005.
89-26174/26178		Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
				MSNs 701429/701431 and 701436/701437. To Colombian AF as FAC4106/4110.
89-26179/26193		Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
				26184, 26189 modified as MH-60L
				26179 (MH-60L, A Coy/1-160th SOAR(A)) crashed during tactical landing
					at Military Operations Urban Terrain site, Fort Campbell, KY
					Jul 30, 2003 after rotor struck communications truck.  AFM 12/2005
				26185 (MH-60L, 160th SOAR) crashed on Shomali Pains in Afghanistan Jan 30, 2003 during routine
					night training sortie.   All four crew killed.
				28186 converted to MH-60L
				26188 converted to MH-60L.  (160th SOAR) shot down by RPG Dec 3, 1993, Mogadishu, Somalia.
					3 KIA, one captured.
				26192 (C Company 2/82nd AVN) damaged May 8, 2002.
89-26194		Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
				converted to MH-60K
89-26195/26212		Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
				All to USAF as HH/MH-60G Pavehawk
				26195 (HH-60G, MSN 701413) noted with 55th RQS Nov 2003
				26196 (HH-60G, MSN 701415) noted with 55th RQS Nov 2003
				26197 (MSN 701420) modified as MH-60L.  Noted with 55th RQS Nov 2003, so presumably
					has been reconverted from MH-60L
				26198 (HH-60G MSN 701421) noted with 55th RQS Nov 2003
				26199 (HH-60G MSN 701422) noted with 55th RQS Nov 2003
				26200 (HH-60G MSN 701423) noted with 55th RQS Nov 2003
				26201 (MSN 701424, HH-60G, 939th Rescue Wing, 304th RQS) crashed on Mt Hood, Oregon May 30, 2002 while attempting
					rescue of climbers.  1 of 6 crewmembers injured.  Has
					been repaired and now with 55th RQS (AFM 3/2007) 
				26207 (MSN 701435)
89-26213/26217		Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
				26214 w/o Feb 2, 1991, Desert Storm, circumstances unknown.
				26215 crashed Feb 20, 1991.  AFM magazine says this helo went
					missing in bad weather in trainign flight with P Troop/4/2nd ACR from Fort Bragg,
					NC Apr 26, 2004.  Wreckage found in swamp near Florence the
					next day.  All 3 crew killed.
				26217 rebuilt as UH-60M 02-26977