1991 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised November 17, 2013


91-0001/0005		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon 
				C/n 4R-81/4R-85.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
91-0006/0021		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40H Fighting Falcon 
				C/n 4R-86/4R-101.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
				0009 w/o 1/3/94, Bursa
				0019 (182 Filo) crashed near Kucukmushine village, Konya province, Turkey May 22, 2007
					after engine flame out.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0021 w/o Feb 8, 1995.
91-0022/0024		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40J Fighting Falcon 
				C/n 4S-19/4S-21.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
				0023 shot down by missile from Greek AF Mirage 2000 and crashed into Aegean Sea Oct 8, 1996.  
					One crewmember failed to eject and was killed.  The other survived.  Not sure
					of the circumstances of this incident.  According to an offician report, a Turkish
					AF flight of four F-4s and 2 F-16s had violated Greek airspace
					and was intercepted by 2 HAF Mirage 2000EGs.  The Turkish
					AF F-16s refused to comply and started agressive maneuvers
					and one of the HAF Mirage 2000s fired a Magic missile, shooting
					down the F-16.  At first the incident was covered up and the loss of the F-16 was
					attributed to mechanical failure.
91-0025/0032		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40CF Fighting Falcon
				for Bahrain
91-0033/0036		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40CF Fighting Falcon
				for Bahrain
91-0037/0061		Boeing AGM-131A
91-0062/0067		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AJ OCU Fighting Falcon
				C/n 2J-9/2J-14.  To Thailand as 10313/10318 under Peace Naruesan.  
91-0068/0070		Pilatus PC-6
91-0071/0073		Pilatus PC-9
				c/n 180/182
				To US Army, then to Pilatus as HB-HQM, HB-HQN, HB-HQO, then to Slovenia as L9-51/53.
					Original Slovenian civil identities were S5-DSL/DPT/DPI
91-0074			Antonov AN-2
				Damaged Apr 5, 2003 when nose contacted ground during takeoff
91-0075/0102		Beechcraft T-1A Jayhawk
				0075 was c/n TT-18
				0076 was c/n TT-17
				0077 was c/n TT-1, originally Beech 400A c/n RK-12,
					ex-N2886B
				0078/0102 c/n TT-19/43
				0087 (c/n TT-28) fuselage and detached wings (minus engines and undercarriage)
					noted at Tampa, FL Apr 3, 2005.  Noted rebuilt and repainted at Tampa, FL
					May 19, 2006.  Now named "Rio Lobos"
				0093 (47th FTW, 86th FTS) ran off runway at Keesler AFB, MS Aug 16, 2003.
					Damage unconfirmed but not believed serious.  Crew was unhurt.
					Aircraft was not repaired, but sent to USAF Aeronautical
					Systems Center at WPAFB Mar 10, 2005 to be used in ground tests.  AFM 12/2005
91-0103/0107		Alenia/Chrysler C-27A Spartan
				0103 (c/n 4102) to AMARC Jan 14, 1999 as CC0008
					Assigned civil number of N22888 with US State Department.
				0104 (c/n 4103) to AMARC Jan 11, 1990 as CC0006
					Assigned civil number of N47892 with US State Department
				0105 (c/n 4104) to AMARC Jul 14, 1997 as CC0001
					Assigned civil number of N2286Y 
				0106 (c/n 4105) to AMARC Jan 14, 1999 as CC0009.  To DOS as N12310 to US State Department.  To AMARC Mar 28, 2013
				0107 (c/n 4106) to AMARC Sep 22, 1997 as CC0003
					Assigned civil number of N2286Z
91-0108			Gulfstream C-20F 
				Gulfstream IV c/n 1162 ex-N478GA for US Army.  Became temporarily N7096B
91-0109			Listed as "Barb Sally".  Anyone know what this is?

91-0130/0179		General Dynamics AGM-129A
91-0180/0188		General Dynamics AGM-129A
					Contract cancelled
91-0189/0229		General Dynamics AGM-129

91-0292/0297		McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle
					contract cancelled
										
91-0300/0317		McDonnell Douglas F-15E-51-MC Strike Eagle 
				0300 c/n 1207/E165
				0301 c/n 1208/E166
				0302 c/n 1209/E167
				0303 c/n 1210/E168
				0304 c/n 1211/E169.  With 492nd Fighter Squadron "Bowlers" / 48th Fighter Wing based at RAF Lakenheath, UK, 
					crashed March 22, 2011 due to presumed mechanical failure near Benghazi, Libya during operation Odyssey Dawn. 
					Both pilot and WSO rescued. 
				0305 c/n 1212/E170.  0305 and 0314 (48th FW, 494th FS) were in accident May 24, 2001, but 
					were repaired and returned to service.
				0306 c/n 1213/E171
				0307 c/n 1214/E172
				0308 c/n 1215/E173.  With 48th FW/492nd FS suffered Class A damage due to
					engine fire during sortie from RAF Lakenheath, England Feb 12, 2002
				0309 c/n 1216/E174
				0310 c/n 1217/E175
				0311 c/n 1218/E176
				0312 c/n 1219/E177
				0313 c/n 1220/E178
				0314 c/n 1221/E179
				0315 c/n 1222/E180
				0316 c/n 1223/E181
				0317 c/n 1224/E182
91-0318/0335		McDonnell Douglas F-15E-52-MC Strike Eagle
				0318 c/n 1225/E183
				0319 c/n 1226/E184
				0320 c/n 1227/E185
				0321 c/n 1228/E186
				0322 c/n 1229/E187
				0323 c/n 1230/E188
				0324 c/n 1231/E189
				0325 c/n 1232/E190 
				0326 c/n 1233/E191
				0327 c/n 1234/E192
				0328 c/n 1235/E193
				0329 c/n 1236/E194
				0330 c/n 1237/E195
				0331 c/n 1238/E196
				0332 c/n 1239/E197
				0333 c/n 1240/E198
				0334 c/n 1241/E199
				0335 c/n 1242/E200.  (48th FW, 494th FS) broke free from restraining device
					during engine test inside building at RAF Lakenheath Aug 11, 2000.
					Aircraft has been repaired and is now flying again.
91-0336/0338		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50B Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-34/36
				0337 (F-16CJ, 52nd TW, 22nd FS) struck antenna at Spangdahlem AB, Germany
					Sep 14, 2006.  Pilot reported undercarriage problem which was still
					unresolved when plane became low on fuel.  Pilot flew the aircraft
					to an open area 10 mi N of base and ejected.  Plane crashed near
					Oberkail.  AFM Nov 2006.  An investigation revealed that the
					upslope at SW end of runway at Spahgdahlem AB produces
					an optical illusion leading pilots to believe that they
					are approaching too high, in this case it led the pilot
					to descend too soon and strike the antenna, which has now
					to be removed. (AFM 3/07)
91-0339/0359		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50C Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-37/57
				0350 w/o Oct 8, 1993, Rome, NY
				0353 (F-16CJ) of 78th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron,
					31st Air Expeditionary Wing shot down MiG-29
					with AIM-120B May 4, 1999.
				0354 crashed Pensacola, FL Jul 11, 1996.
91-0360/0361		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-58/59
91-0362			General Dynamics F-16C Block 52D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-60
91-0363/0369		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-61/67
				0365 (F-16CM, 20th FW, 77th FS) collided in midair with 91-0364 and crashed into atlantic 26 mi E of charleston AFB, 
					SC Oct 15, 2009.  Pilot killed.  0364 landed safely.
91-0370			General Dynamics F-16C Block 52D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-68
91-0371/0373		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-69/71
91-0374			General Dynamics F-16C Block 52D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-72
91-0375/0385		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-73/83
91-0386			General Dynamics F-16C Block 52D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-84.  (FWS, 16th WS) crashed near end of runway while on
					approach to Tonopah Test Range Airfield Mar 12, 2007.  Pilot
					ejected safely.  AFM 5/2007
91-0387/0391		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-85/89
91-0392/0393		General Dynamics F-16C Block 52D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-90/91
				0392 flew with Thunderbirds 2008.
91-0394/0400		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-92/98
				0397 (20th FW, 78th FS) crashed July 22, 1998 into 
					Atlantic Ocean off Myrtle Beach, SC.  Pilot
					ejected safely.
				0398 (29th FW, 79th FS) collided with 97-0109 Mar 9, 2004.  Both aircraft
					landed safely at Shaw AFB, NC
91-0401			General Dynamics F-16C Block 52D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-99
91-0402/0403		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-100/101
91-0404			General Dynamics F-16C Block 52D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-102
91-0405/0412		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-103/110
				0408 (F-16CJ, 52nd FW) damaged in ground collision with towtruck Jan 6, 2003.  Can be repaired.
91-0413			General Dynamics F-16C Block 52D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-111.  Flew with Thunderbirds 2008.
91-0414/0423		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-112/121
				0415 (23rd FS/52nd FW) crashed near Spangdahlem AB, Germany Mar 20, 2002.  Pilot killed.
					Cause was pilot failing to initiate missed-approach procedure as directed by ATC.
91-0424/0461		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				contract cancelled
91-0462/0465		General Dynamics F-16D Block 50C Fighting Falcon
				c/n CD-17/20
91-0466/0467		General Dynamics F-16D Block 52D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CD-21/22
				0466 flew with Thunderbirds 2007.
91-0468/0469		General Dynamics F-16D Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CD-23/24
				0469 (F-16DJ, 20th FW, 55th FS) crashed next to Ashley River near
					Charleston, SC following engine problem shortly after
					takeoff from Shaw AFB Apr 18, 2005.  Both crew ejected safely.
91-0470			General Dynamics F-16D Block 52D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CD-25
91-0471/0472		General Dynamics F-16D Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CD-26/27
91-0473			General Dynamics F-16D Block 52D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CD-28
91-0474			General Dynamics F-16D Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CD-29
91-0475			General Dynamics F-16D Block 52D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CD-30
91-0476/0477		General Dynamics F-16D Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CD-31/32
91-0478/0479		General Dynamics F-16D Block 52D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CD-33/34
				0479 flew with Thunderbirds in 2008.
91-0480/0481		General Dynamics F-16D Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CD-35/36
				0481 (F-16DJ, c/n CD-36)
91-0482/0485		General Dynamics F-16D Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				contract cancelled
91-0486/0489		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40L Fighting Falcon
				c/n CJ-27/CJ-30.  To Israel as 551,554,557,558, Peace Marble III
91-0490/0495		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40L Fighting Falcon
				c/n CK-25/CK-30.  To Israel as 673,676,678,682,684,687, Peace Marble III
91-0502/0514		Fairchild/Swearingen C-26B Metro III
				0503 c/n DC-802M, 504 c/n DC-815M, 505 c/n DC-804M,
				0506 c/n DC-806M, 507 c/n DC-807M, 509 c/n DC-810M,
				0511 c/n DC-813M.
				0502, 0505, 0507, 0509, 0511, 0513 to US Army
				0502, 0512, 0514 to US Navy as C-26D
				0508 to AMARC as CB0001 Sep 18, 1997.
				0510 (c/n DC-811M) to AMARC as CB0002 Sep 18, 1997.  As PNC-0226 in service with Policia Nacinal de
					Colombia Jul 2013.
				0512 assigned to 186th FIS, Montana ANG.  To AMARC as CB0003 Sep 18, 1997
91-0515			Schweizer TG-3A
				Schweizer SGS1-26E c/n 517; c/r N1137S
91-0516/0519		Beechcraft RC-12N Huron
				c/n FE-023/FE-025.
				518 converted to RC-12P.
				519 cancelled.
91-0572			Fairchild/Swearingen C-26B Metro III
				c/n DC-828M

91-0600/0605		McDonnell Douglas F-15E-53-MC Strike Eagle
				0600 c/n 1243/E201
				0601 c/n 1244/E202
				0602 c/n 1245/E203
				0603 c/n 1246/E204
				0604 c/n 1247/E205
				0605 c/n 1248/E206 ??

91-0901/0902		General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon
				to Pakistan as 703/704

91-1192			Mil Mi-17
				Ex Iraqi AF.

91-1231/1239		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				1231 (c/n 382-5278) was 2000th Hercules and named "Man O'War/Thoroughbred Express" in service with 165th
					Airlift Squadron, Kentucky ANG in 1994.
				1232 (c/n 382-5282)
				1233 (c/n 382-5283)
				1234 (c/n 382-5284)
				1235 (c/n 382-5285)
				1236 (c/n 382-5286)
				1237 (c/n 382-5287)
				1238 (c/n 382-5288)
				1239 (c/n 382-5289)

91-1396			General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon
				Phot appears in Aircraft Illustrated, Dec 2005.

91-1651/1653		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				1651 (c/n 382-5290)
				1652 (c/n 382-5291)
				1653 (c/n 382-5292)

91-4001/4002		Lockheed F-22A Block 1 Raptor
				c/n 4001/4009.  EMD aircraft
				4001 retired from flight status Nov 2, 2000 and used for
					battle damage survivability tests.
91-4003			Lockheed F-22A Block 2 Raptor
				c/n 4003.  EMD aircraft
				4003 (412th TW, 411th FTS) crossed the wake of an F-16 target
					aircraft during air-to-air tracking test mission from
					Edwards AFB Sep 28, 2004 and commenced an unexpected rapid
					pitch oscillation which quickly exceeded the set limits for both
					g-force and angle of attack. The system overrode all pilot
					imput and brought the aircraft under control and it returned
					safely to Edwards.  Repairs estimated at $3.6 million. 
					Restored and put on display at USAF Museum Jan 2008
91-4004/4009		Lockheed F-22A Block 10 Raptor
				c/n 4004/4009.  EMD aircraft
				4004 seen hangared at ABDR school, Hill AFB Oct 2007.
				4005 retired to Langley AFB for use as maintenance trainer.
					Last flight was Jan 5, 2005
				4008 made first airborne separation of Small Diameter Bomb (GBU-39
					test article) during mission from Edwards AFB Sep 5, 2007.  With 411th Flight
					Test Squadron, 412th Test Wing crashed at Edwards AFB, CA Mar 25, 2009.  While
					conducting a weapons integration flight test, pilot ejected but sustained fatal
					injury.  Plane impacted ground 35 mi NE of Edwards AFB.

91-6555			Antonov An-2
				operated by US Army at Nellis AFB for parachute drops.
				Now quoted as being 95-16555.
				
91-9141/9144		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				9141 (c/n 382-5293)
				9142 (c/n 382-5295)
				9143 (c/n 382-5296)
				9144 (c/n 382-5297)




			- Army serials start here -

91-00110/00123		McDonnell Douglas AH-64A Apache
				00110 (PV890) to Greek Army as ES-1015
				00111 (PV891) to Greek Army as ES-1016
				00112 (PV850)
				00113 (PV851)
				00114 (PV852) 
				00115 (PV853) 
				00116 (PV854) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5174 (PVD174)
				00117 (PV869) 
				00118 (PV870)
				00119 (PV871)
				00120 (PV872) seen at Pinal Airport, AZ Jan 2008
				00121 (PV873, B Troop 1-6th Cav) crashed on nighttime training flight from Camp Page, Chuncheo, South 
					Korea Aug 21, 2002.  Both crew killed.
				00122 (PV874)
				00123 (PV876) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5175 (PVD175)

91-0230/0271		Boeing-Vertol CH-47D Chinook
				C/n M3379/3420.  Remanufactured from existing CH-47A/C airframes
				00230 (M.3379) was formerly CH-47C 71-20953.  (Det 1/F Coy/1-106th Avn) shot down in Iraq Nov 2, 2003.
				00231 (M.3380) was formerly CH-47C 74-22280.  Noted Mar 8, 2005 in storage at Knox AHP, Fort Rucker, AL
				00232 (M.3381) was formerly CH-47C 70-15033 
				00233 (M.3382) was formerly CH-47C 68-16019.  (G Company 104th AVN PA NG) damaged Sep 23, 2002.  Location of accident was 
					Muir AAF, Fort Indiantown Gap.  Aft swashplate bearing failed, resulting in major 
					damage to rear rotor gearbox and causing heavy landing in which both rear 
					undercarriage legs were pushed up through fuselage.
				00234 (M.3383) was formerly CH-47C 68-15814.
				00235 (M.3384) was formerly CH-47C 67-18525.
				00236 (M.3385) was formerly CH-47C 68-15833.
				00237 (M.3386) was formerly CH-47C 71-20948
				00238 (M.3387) was formerly CH-47C 76-22673
				00239 (M.3388) was formerly CH-47C 76-22674.  Destroyed in Afghanistan Apr 22, 2012
				00240 (M.3389) was formerly CH-47C 67-18494
				00241 (M.3390) was formerly CH-47C 74-22282.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 12-08102
				00242 (M.3391) was formerly CH-47C 79-23399.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 12-08107
				00243 (M.3392) was formerly CH-47C 79-23401
				00244 (M.3393) was formerly CH-47C 79-23400
				00245 (M.3394) was formerly CH-47C 76-22680.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 13-08132
				00246 (M.3395) was formerly CH-47C 69-17110
				00247 (M.3396) was formerly CH-47C 67-18495.
				00248 (M.3397) was formerly CH-47C 67-18547.
				00249 (M.3398) was formerly CH-47C 68-16018.
				00250 (M.3399) was formerly CH-47C 68-15811.
				00251 (M.3400) was formerly CH-47C 68-15844.
				00252 (M.3401) was formerly CH-47C 70-15026.
				00253 (M.3402) was formerly CH-47C 70-15024.
				00254 (M.3403) was formerly CH-47C 70-15032.
				00255 (M.3404) was formerly CH-47C 74-22284.
				00256 (M.3405) was formerly CH-47C 69-17101.  Converted to trainer
				00257 (M.3406) was formerly CH-47C 74-22291.
				00258 (M.3407) was formerly CH-47C 70-15020.
				00259 (M.3408) was formerly CH-47C 69-17103.
				00260 (M.3409) was formerly CH-47A 61-2416.
				00261 (M.3410) was formerly CH-47A 61-2409.
				00262 (M.3411) was formerly CH-47C 70-15003
				00263 (M.3412) was formerly CH-47A 62-2114.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 13-08138
				00264 (M.3413) was formerly CH-47A 61-2420.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 12-08103
				00265 (M.3414) was formerly CH-47A 61-2410.
				00266 (M.3415) was formerly CH-47A 61-2415.
				00267 (M.3416) was formerly CH-47A 61-2417.  Crashed 60 mi W of Basra, Iraq
					with B Coy 2-149th Avn Sep 18, 2008, killing all 7 onboard.  Cause
					believed to be mechanical, not hostile action.
				00268 (M.3417) was formerly CH-47A 61-2419
				00269 (M.3418) was formerly CH-47A 61-2421.  (D Coy/113rd Avn) struck by hostile fire and caught fire N of Kandahar,
					Afghanistan Dec 4, 2005.  Made heavy forced landing, injuring 5 of the
					35 occupants.  Helo believed a write-off
				00270 (M.3419) was formerly CH-47A 61-2423
				00271 (M.3420) was formerly CH-47C 67-18540
91-00272/0277		Boeing-Vertol CH-47D Chinook
					contract cancelled.

91-00496/00501		Boeing-Vertol MH-47E Chinook
				c/n M3702/3707.  Remanufactured from existing CH-47C airframes
				00496 (M.3702) was formerly CH-47C 76-22681.  (A Coy/2-160th SOAR(A)) This and 92-0464 were involved in 
					an accident at night at undisclosed location (believed in Afghanistan) when 
					one taxied into the other, which was refuelling. Class A accident.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 08-03779
				00497 (M.3703) was ex CH-47C 74-22289.  (21-160th SOAR(A)) DBR during emergency
					landing in Helmand Province, Afghanistan Jun 11, 2006, believed 
					following hits from small arms fire.  Aircraft subsequently 
					deliberately destroyed by coalition airstrike.  AFM 6/2007
				00498 (M.3704) was ex CH-47C 74-22288.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 08-03775 
				00499 (M.3705) was ex CH-47C 68-16005.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 09-03783
				00500 (M.3706) was ex CH-47C 74-22277.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 07-03772.
				00501 (M.3707) was ex CH-47C 74-22281.
				

91-00520/00535		Boeing-Vertol MH-47E Chinook
91-00536/00571		Bell-Textron OH-58D Kiowa Warrior
				c/n 43249/43284.   Remanufactured from earlier OH-58A airframes
				00536 rebuilt from 71-20347
				00537 rebuilt from 71-20557
				00538 rebuilt from 71-20742
				00539 rebuilt from 71-20406
				00540 rebuilt from 72-21272
				00541 (N Troop 4/2nd ACR) damaged Aug 22, 1999
				00542 rebuilt from 71-20638
				00543 rebuilt from 72-21133
				00544 rebuilt from 72-21205.  (1-6th Cav) crashed at National Training Center near Fort
					Irwin, CA May 30, 2007 during night training flight.
					Both crew injured.
				00545 (N Troop 4/2nd ACR) crashed at or near Fort Polk, LA Aug 20, 2002, killing both crew.
				00547 rebuilt from 71-20407
				00548 rebuilt from 72-21319
				00549 rebuilt from 85-24695.
				00550 rebuilt from 72-21293
				00551 rebuilt fron 72-21349
				00553 rebuilt from 73-21876
				00554 rebuilt from 71-20400
				00555 rebuilt from 73-21933
				00556 rebuilt from 72-21074
				00557 rebuilt from 71-20610
				00558 rebuilt from 72-21316
				00559 rebuilt from 71-20694
				00560 rebuilt from 72-21350.  (4-7th Cav) shot down by ground fire south of Baghdad
					Jul 1, 2007.  2 crew rescued by AH-64D.  Helo subsequently
					destroyed by friendly aircraft to prevent it from falling
					into the hands of insurgents. (AFM 10/2007)
				00561 rebuilt from 72-21317
				00562 rebuilt from 72-21121
				00563 rebuilt from 71-20494
				00564 rebuilt from 71-20711
				00567 (P Troop/4-2nd ACR) made emergency landing at Kut, Iraw
					Apr 26, 2004 following engine problem.  After crew exited
					safely, helo exploded and burned out.  (AFM 11/2005)
				00568 rebuilt from 72-21457.
				00569 rebuilt from 70-15296.
				00570 (C Troop 4/2nd CAV) crashed Jan 16, 1998 while on SFOR duties in Bosnia
				00571 rebuilt from 68-16725.  

91-22258			Antonov An-2
				operated by US Army

91-22720			Mil Mi-24P
				c/n 340341.  Ex East German AF 512 and Luftwaffe 96+51
				Previously quoted as 92-2270 and 73-22270.

91-23105/23191		BQM-34A

91-25364		McDonnell Douglas AH-6J Defender
				Also listed as 90-25364.  Not sure which is correct.
91-25365		McDonnell Douglas AH-6J Defender
				crashed Aug 14, 1993
91-25366		McDonnell Douglas MH-6J Defender

91-26318/26351		Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
				26318 (c/n 701605)
				26319 (c/n 701615)
				26320 (c/n 701616)
				26321 (c/n 701617) of 36th Combat Aviation Brigade of Texas ANG crashed during takeoff
					from Duncan Field, TX A&M University campus Jan 12, 2009 while putting on a
					demonstration for the Corps of Cadets.  Tail rotor
					failure sent aircraft spinning to ground, where cockpit area detached.
					One crew member killed, 3 injured (one of whom subsequently died), one
					student on the ground injured by flying debris.
				26322 (c/n 701618)
				26323 (c/n 701621)
				26350 modified to MH-60L
				26324 (c/n 701622, MH-60L) shot down by RPG in Mogadishu, Somalia Oct 4, 1993.
					2 KIA, other 2 crew and 4 passengers (members of Delta Force) injured, one
					of whom died.
				26325 (c/n 701623)
				26326 (c/n 701624)
				26327 (c/n 701625)
				26328 (c/n 701626)
				26329 (c/n 701627)
				26330 (c/n 701628)
				26331 (c/n 701629)
				26332 (c/n 701630)
				26333 (c/n 701631)
				26334 (c/n 701632)
				26335 (c/n 701633)
				26336 (c/n 701634)
				26337 (c/n 701635)
				26338 (c/n 701636)
				26339 (c/n 701637)
				26340 (c/n 701638)
				26341 (c/n 701639)
				26342 (c/n 701640)
				26343 (c/n 701644)
				26344 (c/n 701645)
				26345 (c/n 701646)
				26346 (c/n 701647, B Coy/1-207th Avn) crashed at night in severe weather
					7.5 mi E of Tal Afar, Iraq Jan 7, 2006.  All occupants
					(8 US military personnel and 4 US civilians) killed.  AFM 4/2007
				26347 (c/n 701648) 
				26348 (c/n 701649)
				26349 (c/n 701650)
				26350 (c/n 701651) modified to MH-60L
				26351 (c/n 701652)
91-26352/26359		Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
				All to USAF as HH/MH-60G Pavehawk
				26352 (c/n 701653)
				26353 (c/n 701654) is HH-60G.
				26354 (c/n 701656) 
				26355 (c/n 701658, AK ANG, 210th RQS) w/o Sep 1993.
				26356 (c/n 701719)
				26359 (66th RQS) collided with 88-26105 Sept 4, 1998 
					at night on Nellis range.
91-26360/26392		Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
				26360, 26361, 26363, 26364, 26365, 26366, 26367 modified to MH-60L
				26360 (c/n 701657, 1-160th SOAR) badly damaged in Somalia Oct 3, 1993, repaired.
				26362 w/o Jul 1994, circumstances unknown.  Subsequently became instructional airframe at Ft Campbell, KY.
				26364 (c/n 701726) converted to MH-60L DAP
				26367 (c/n 701732) converted to MH-60L
				26368 (c/n 701773) converted to MH-60K.  Badly damaged in Somalia Oct 3, 1993, repaired.
				26369 (c/n 701774) converted to MH-60K
				26370 (c/n 701775) converted to MH-60K
				26371 (c/n 701776) converted to MH-60K
				26372 (c/n 701777) converted to MH-60K
				26373 (c/n 701778, converted to MH-60K, D Company 1-160th SOAR) heavily damaged Dec 4, 1996.  Has been repaired.
				26374 (C Company 1-160th SOAR(A)) w/o Oct 19, 2001.
				26375 (c/n 701780) converted to MH-60K
				26376 (c/n 701781) converted to MH-60K
				26377 (c/n 701782) converted to MH-60K
				26378 (c/n 701783) converted to MH-60K
				26379 (c/n 701810) converted to MH-60K
				26380 (c/n 701811, converted to MH-60K, D Company 1-160th SOAR(A)) damaged Jun 18, 2001 in hard landing in
					brown-out conditions.  Repaired.
				26381 (c/n 701812) converted to MH-60K  
				26382 (c/n 701813) converted to MH-60K
				26383 (c/n 701814) converted to MH-60K
				26384 (c/n 701815) converted to MH-60K
				26385 (c/n 701816) converted to MH-60K
				26386 (c/n 701817) converted to MH-60K
				26387 (c/n 701818) converted to MH-60K
				26388 (c/n 701819, converted to MH-60K, D Company 1-160th SOAR(A)) w/o Aug 4, 1999
				26389 (c/n 701820) converted to MH-60K
				26390 (c/n 701641)
				26391 (c/n 701642)
				26392 (c/n 701643)
91-26393/26400		Sikorsky S-70A-16 Black Hawk
				For Saudi Arabia
				26393 (c/n 701655)
				26394 (c/n 701659)
				26395 (c/n 701661)
91-26401/26407		Sikorsky HH-60G Pave Hawk
				26401 (c/n 701733)
				26402 (c/n 701735)
				26403 (c/n 701736)
				26410 (451st EG/33rd ERS) made hard landing due to pilot error 75 mi
					NE of Kandahar AB, Afghanistan Nov 29, 2007.  2 crew members injured,
					helo suffered Class A damage.
				26404 (33rd RQS) w/o Oct 6, 1994 near Osan AB during night
					exercise when flew into power lines.  4 killed.

91-32472			Mil Mi-24D
				Ex Iraqi AF, previously quoted as 93-2472.


91-32472			Mil Mi-24
				
91-32741			Mil Mi-24D
				Ex Iraqi AF.  Was at Tonopah, may now be at Edwards AFB