1992 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised February 3, 2014


92-0001/0017		Lockheed F-16C Block 40L Fighting Falcon 
				c/n 4R-102/118.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
92-0018/0021		Lockheed F-16C Block 40P Fighting Falcon 
				c/n 4R-119/122.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
92-0022/0024		Lockheed F-16D Block 40L Fighting Falcon 
				c/n 4S-22/24.   Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
92-0025/0099		Boeing AGM-131A
92-0100/0218		Lockheed F-16C Block 40 Fighting Falcon
				contract cancelled
92-0219/0249		Lockheed F-16DG Block 40 Fighting Falcon
				C/n 1D119/1D149.  Contract cancelled

92-0253			Lockheed AC-130U Hercules
				c/n 382-5279.  Named "8-Ball"

92-275			C-20H

92-0330/0363		Beechcraft T-1A Jayhawk
				c/n TT-44/TT-77
92-0364/0366		McDonnell Douglas F-15E-53-MC Strike Eagle
				0364 c/n 1249/E207
				0365 c/n 1250/E208.  Nose undercarriage collapsed while in Hangar 262 at Nellis AFB, NV
					Jul 25, 2003.  Presumably reparable.
				0366 c/n 1251/E209.  
92-0367/0368		Boeing-Vertol CH-47D Chinook
				c/n M4301/4302.  New builds
				0367 rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08043.
92-0369/0374		Fairchild Swearingen C-26B
				0370, 0371, 0373 to US Navy as C-26D
				0369 (c/n DC-831M, ex N3017R) Converted to RC-26B  Operates under civil registration of N6105L on anti-drug operations. 
					Noted at Medford-Jackson County Airport, OR, Sep 20, 2011
				0370 to AMARC as CB0004 Sep 30, 1997
				0371 (c/n DC-833M)
				0372 operates under civil registration of N61050 on anti-drug 
					operations.  Noted at Kirtland AFB, NM Mar 9, 2004 as 92-0372
				0373 is supposedly being used by US drug enforcement agencies.
92-0375			Gulfstream C-20H
				Gulfstream IV c/n 1256 ex N438GA for USAF.  The serial 90-0375 is also quoted for this plane, but is probably wrong.

92-0404/0408		Lockheed F-16A Block 15AQ OCU Fighting Falcon
				c/n DG-7/11.  For Pakistan as 92735/92739, Peace Gate IV, but embargoed at AMARC
				0404 (c/n DG-7) to AMARC Jun 23, 1993 as FG0010.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6527, cancelled 2002.
					To USAF Jan 2003 as 92-0404 at 416th FLTS, Edwards AFB, California.  To US Navy Nov 2004 as BuNo 920404.
				0405 (c/n DG-8) to AMARC Jul 15, 1993 as FG0011.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6528, cancelled 2002.
					To USAF Jan 2003 as 92-0405.  Delivered Dec 13, 2005 to Pakistan AF with serial 92729.  Crashed at 
					night near NurPur, Pakistan Jul 17, 2009. Pilot killed.
				0406 (c/n DG-9) to AMARC Sept 21, 1993 as FG0034. Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6529, cancelled 2002.
					To USAF Jan 2003 as 92-0406 with 416th FLTS, Edwards AFB, California.  Delivered Dec 13, 2005 to Pakistan 
					AF with serial 92730
				0407 (c/n DG-10) to AMARC Sept 28, 1993 as FG0036. Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6530, cancelled 2002.
					To USAF Jan 2003 as 92-0407 with 416th FLTS, Edwards AFB, California
				0408 (c/n DG-11) to AMARC Sept 29, 1993 as FG0037.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6531, cancelled 2002.
					To US Navy Dec 2002 as BuNo 920408.
92-0409/0410		Lockheed F-16A Block 15AR OCU Fighting Falcon
				C/n DG-12/13.  For Pakistan as 92740/92741, Peace Gate IV, but embargoed at AMARC
				0409 (c/n DG-12) to AMARC Dec 20, 1993 as FG0039.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6532, cancelled 2002.
					To US Navy Dec 2002 as BuNo 920409
				0410 (c/n DG-13) to AMARC Dec 21, 1993 as FG0040.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6533, cancelled 2002.
					To US Navy Dec 2002 as 920410
92-0411/0413		Lockheed F-16A Block 15AV OCU Fighting Falcon
				C/n DG-14/DG-16.  For Pakistan AF as 9.-742/9.-744.  Production cancelled.
92-0414/0418		Lockheed F-16A Block 15AW OCU Fighting Falcon
				C/n DG-17/DG-21.  For Pakistan AF as 9.-745/9.-749.  Production cancelled.
92-0419/0423		Lockheed F-16A Block 15AX OCU Fighting Falcon
				C/n DG-22/DG-26.  For Pakistan AF as 9.-750/9.-754.  Production cancelled
92-0424/0428		Lockheed F-16A Block 15AY OCU Fighting Falcon
				C/n DG-27/DG-31.  For Pakistan AF as 9.-755/9.-759.  Production cancelled
92-0429/0436		Lockheed F-16A Block 15AZ OCU Fighting Falcon
				C/n DG-32/DG-39.  For Pakistan AF as 9.-760/9.-767.  Production cancelled
92-0437/0445		Lockheed F-16A Block 15BA OCU Fighting Falcon
				C/n DG-40/DG-48.  For Pakistan AF as 9.-768/9.-776.  Production cancelled.
92-0446/0451		Lockheed F-16A Block 15BB OCU Fighting Falcon
				C/n DG-49/DG-54.  For Pakistan AF as 9.-777/9.-782.  Production cancelled.
92-0452			Lockheed/General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AQ OCU Fighting Falcon
				C/n DH-6.  For Pakistan as 92618
				Embargoed at AMARC Aug 25, 1993 as FG0026.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6546, cancelled 2002.
					To USAF Jan 2003 as 92-0452 with 416th FLTS, Edwards AFB, California for test work.  To Pakistan AF
					Jul 28, 2008 as 92618.
92-0453/0455		Lockheed F-16B Block 15AR OCU Fighting Falcon
				C/n DH-7/9.  For Pakistan as 92619/92621, but embargoed at AMARC 1993/1994
				0453 (c/n DH-7) to AMARC Dec 2, 1993 as FG0038.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6547, cancelled 2002.
					To USAF Jan 2003 as 92-0453 with 416th FLTS, Edwards AFB, California.  To Pakistan AF Jul 28, 2008 as 92619
				0454 (c/n DH-8) to AMARC Mar 9, 1994 as FG0101.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6548, cancelled 2002.
					To USAF Jan 2003 as 92-0454 with 416th FLTS, Edwards AFB, California.  To Pakistan AF Jul 28, 2008 as 92620
				0455 (c/n DH-9) to AMARC Mar 9, 1994 as FG0102.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6549, cancelled 2002.
					To USAF Jan 2003 as 92-0455 with 416th FLTS, Edwards AFB, California.  To Pakistan AF Jul 28, 2008 as 92621
92-0456/0457		Lockheed F-16B Block 15AS OCU Fighting Falcon
				C/n DH-10/11.  For Pakistan as 94622/94623, Peace Gate IV, but embargoed at AMARC 1994
				0456 (c/n DH-10) embargoed at AMARC July 20, 1994 as FG0183.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6550, cancelled 2002.
					To USAF Jan 2003 as 92-0456 with 416th FLTS, Edwards AFB, California
				0457 (c/n DH-11) embargoed at AMARC Aug 4, 1994 as FG0202.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6551, cancelled 2002.
					To USAF Jan 2003 as 92-0457 with 412th Test Wing, 416th Flight Test Squadron, Edwards AFB, California.  
					Embargo lifted 2006 and delivered to Pakistan AF Jul 28, 2008 as 94623.  
92-0458/0463		Lockheed F-16B Block 15AU OCU Fighting Falcon
				C/n DH-12/17.  For Pakistan as 94624/94629, Peace Gate IV
				0458 (c/n DH-12) embargoed at AMARC Oct 4, 1994 as FG0239.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6552, cancelled 2002.
					To US Navy Dec 2002 as BuNo 920458 and noted at NAS Fallon, NV and believed to be in use by VFC-13 in 
					adversary role.
				0459 (c/n DH-13) embargoed at AMARC Nov 2, 1994 as FG0271.  Intended lease/sale to RNZAF as NZ6553, cancelled 2002.
					To US Navy Dec 2002 as BuNo 920459
				0460 (c/n DH-14) embargoed at AMARC Nov 2, 1994 as FG0270.  Intended lease/sale to RNZAF as NZ6554, cancelled 2002.
					To US Navy Dec 2002 as BuNo 920460
				0461 (c/n DH-15) embargoed at AMARC Dec 7, 1994 as FG0298.  Intended lease/sale to RNZAF as NZ6555, cancelled 2002.
					To US Navy Dec 2002 as BuNo 920461
				0462 and 0463 were cancelled. 

92-0547/0554		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				0547 (c/n 382-5332)
				0548 (c/n 382-5335)
				0549 (c/n 382-5337)
				0550 (c/n 382-5321)
				0551 (c/n 382-5346)
				0552 (c/n 382-5348)
				0553 (c/n 382-5350)
				0554 (c/n 385-5352)
92-0555/0570		Lockheed C-130E Hercules
					contract cancelled
92-0607/0608		McDonnell Douglas F-15E Eagle
				These may have been cancelled or maybe sent to a FMS customer.

92-0624			Schweizer TG-3A
				c/n 624.  Single seat glider for USAF academy
92-0625/0662		Slingsby T-3A Firefly
				c/ns in sequence are 2109,2110,2123/2158
				N-numbers in sequence are
				N7020D(ex G-BYAK),N3154Z(ex G-BYAL),N30010,
				N30016,N3002A,N3004H,N3010H,N3011Q,N3022C,
				N3022K,N30265,N30364,N30367,N3037C,N3037H,
				N3037T,N3037X,N30377,N30428,N3034V,N3045H, 
				N3054S,N30454,N3046E,N3046L,N30466,N3074K,
				N3051R,N30575,N3063G,N3064Q,N30678,N30698,
				N30723,N30744,N3079Q,N3088R,&3091G.
				0625/41 all noted stored at Hondo March 2003
				0642 was stored at Hondo, but had gone by March 2003.
				0643/52 All noted stored at Hondo March 2003.
				0625/0662 all scrapped Sep 2006 by Total Metal Recycling

92-0700			Northrop B-2A Block 20 Spirit
				0700 AV-17 c/n 1017 *Spirit of Florida*.  Modified to Block 30 1999
				
92-1094			Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				c/n 382-5402.  Converted to LC-130H.  Named "Pride of Glenville" with 109th AW/139th AS, New York ANG
92-1095			Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				c/n 382-5405.  Converted to LC-130H.  Named "City of Cohoes June" with 109th AW/139th AS, New York ANG
92-1096			Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				c/n 382-5410.  Converted to LC-130H.  Named "City of Christchurch, NZ" with 109th AW/139th AS, New York ANG

92-1451/1454		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				1451 (c/n 382-5343)
				1452 (c/n 382-5329)
				1453 (c/n 382-5330)
				1454 (c/n 382-5333) 

92-1531/1538		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				c/n 5310,5328,5322/5327
				1531 (c/n 382-5310)
				1532 (c/n 382-5328)
				1533 (c/n 382-5322)
				1534 (c/n 382-5323)
				1535 (c/n 382-5324)
				1536 (c/n 382-5325).  Reported Feb 2008 to have been fitted with
					8-bladed props.
				1537 (c/n 382-5326)
				1538 (c/n 382-5327)
92-1539			Schweizer TG-4
				Schweizer SGS2-33 glider c/n 84.  To Civil Air Patrol in
					2003 as N5742S
92-1540/1542		Schweizer TG-4A
				Schweizer SGS2-33A glider to Civil Air Patrol
				1540 c/n 515.  To Civil Air Patrol in 2003 as N2805H
				1542 c/n 473.  To Civil Air Patrol in 2003 as N2043T

92-2104			Lockheed HC-130H(N) Hercules
				c/n 382-5381.  Is this 93-2104?

92-2270			Mil Mi-24P (Mi-35)
				Acquired from Luftwaffe (96+51) Apr 12, 1991.  Now quoted
					as being 91-22270.

92-3021/3024		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				c/n  5312/5315
				3021 (c/n 382-5312)
				3022 (c/n 382-5313)
				3023 (c/n 382-5314)
				3024 (c/n 382-5315)

92-3281/3288		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				3281 (c/n 5331)
				3282 (c/n 5334)
				3283 (c/n 5336)
				3284 (c/n 5338)
				3285 (c/n 5347)
				3286 (c/n 5349)
				3287 (c/n 5351)
				3288 (c/n 5353)
92-3289/3290		Grumman E-8C JSTARS
				Boeing 707 airframes modified by Grumman as JSTARS aircraft.
				3289 (P-1) is c/n 19622 ex Boeing 707-338C delivered as VH-EAB in 1968 to Qantas, 
					then OO-YCL,  P2-ANA,  TF-AEC,  SU-DAE,  ST-ALL,  5B-DAY,  N4131G
				3290 (P-2) is c/n 19295 ex Boeing 707-338C delivered as VH-EBV in 1967 to Qantas, 
					then 9J-AEL, ST-ALP, N4115J.
92-3291/3294		McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot IV Globemaster III
				c/n 50015/50018, line number P-11/P-14
				
92-3309			BQM-34A

92-3327/3329		Beechcraft C-12R Huron
				c/n BW-001/003
				I have a reference to a tail number 23379 for an RC-12.

92-3880/3882		Lockheed F-16C Block 52P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-122/124
				3880 No. 4 with Thunderbirds
				3881 No. 3 with Thunderbirds
92-3883/3884		Lockheed F-16C Block 50P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-125/126
92-3885			Lockheed F-16C Block 52P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-127
92-3886/3887		Lockheed F-16C Block 50P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-128/129
				3886 (14th FS, 35th FW) crashed Jul 22, 2012 about 750 mi NE of Misawa due to engine failure while flying from 
					Misawa AB, Japan to Eielson AFB, Alaska.  Pilot ejected safely.
92-3888/3890		Lockheed F-16C Block 52P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-130/132
				3888 No. 5 with Thunderbirds
				3890 No. 8 with Thunderbirds
92-3891/3895		Lockheed F-16C Block 50P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-133/137
92-3896			Lockheed F-16C Block 52P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-138
				3896 No. 7 with Thunderbirds
92-3897			Lockheed F-16C Block 50P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-139
92-3898/3899		Lockheed F-16C Block 52P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-140/141
				3898 No. 1 with Thunderbirds
92-3900/3901		Lockheed F-16C Block 50P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-142/143
				3900 (F-16CJ, 13th FS) w/o Jan 21, 1999
				3901 (35th FW/13th FS) crashed close to runway at Balad AB, Iraq immediately after takeoff Jul 15, 2007.  Pilot
					ejected safely.  (AFM 10/2007)  Cause of crash was that nosewheel tire had been underinflated, blowing out
					and resulting in collapse of nose undercarriage.
92-3902/3903		Lockheed F-16C Block 52P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-144/145
92-3904			Lockheed F-16C Block 50P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-146
92-3905			Lockheed F-16C Block 52P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-147
92-3906/3907		Lockheed F-16C Block 50P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-148/149
92-3908/3909		Lockheed F-16C Block 52P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-150/151
				3098 No. 2 with Thunderbirds
92-3910			Lockheed F-16C Block 50P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-152
92-3911			Lockheed F-16C Block 52P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-153
92-3912/3913		Lockheed F-16C Block 50P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-154/155
92-3914			Lockheed F-16C Block 52P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-156
92-3915			Lockheed F-16C Block 50P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-157
92-3916/3917		Lockheed F-16C Block 52P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-158/159
92-3918/3921		Lockheed F-16C Block 50P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-160/163
				3919 (14th FS, 35th FW) crashed into Sea of Japan Apr 15, 2002 due to catastrophic
					engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
92-3922			Lockheed F-16C Block 52P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-164
92-3923			Lockheed F-16C Block 50P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-165
92-3924/3927		Lockheed F-16D Block 52P Fighting Falcon
				c/n CD-37/40
				3927 (F-16DG, 57th Wing/FWS/16th WS) crashed on approach to
					Nellis AFB, NV Mar 18, 2005.  Pilot ejected safely.  At one
					time, it was believed that this plane was 90-0747, a single-seater.
					Cause of loss was pilot failing to observe standard operating
					procedures, items including a metal briefcase were strapped
					into the vacant rear seat, and during takeoff the briefcase
					slipped and jammed throttle in after burner mode.  Attempt
					to land back on was thwarted when engine stalled, forcing
					pilot to eject.  AFM 10/2005

92-4000			Lockheed F-16C Block 52G Fighting Falcon
				for Korea as 92-000 under Peace Bridge II
92-4001			Lockheed F-16C Block 52H Fighting Falcon
				C/n KC-1.  For Korea as RoKAF serial 92-001 under Peace Brige II
92-4002/4003		Lockheed F-16C Block 52J Fighting Falcon
				C/n KC-2/KC-3.  for Korea as RoKAF serials 92-002/003 under Peace Bridge II
				4003 assembled by Samsung in Korea.
92-4004/4008		Lockheed F-16C Block 52K Fighting Falcon
				C/n KC-4/KC-8 for Korea as RoKAF serials 92-004/008 under Peace Bridge II
				Assembled by Samsung in Korea
				4004 (RoKAF 92-004) crashed near Sosan Sep 18, 1997
92-4009/4013		Lockheed F-16C Block 52L Fighting Falcon
				C/n KC-9/KC-13.  For Korea as RoKAF serials 92-009/013 under Peace Bridge II
				Assembled by Samsung in Korea
92-4014/4017		Lockheed F-16C Block 52M Fighting Falcon
				C/n KC-14/KC-17.  for Korea as RoKAF serials 92-014/017 under Peace Bridge II
				Assembled by Samsung in Korea
				4016 (RoKAF 92-016) crashed south of Seoul Aug 6, 1997 (AFM 10/2007)
92-4018/4028		Lockheed F-16C Block 52N Fighting Falcon
				C/n KC-18/KC-28.  for Korea as RoKAF serials 92-018/028 under Peace Bridge II
				Assembled by Samsung in Korea
92-4029/4031		Lockheed F-16D Block 52G Fighting Falcon
				C/n KD-1/KD-3.  For Korea as RoKAF serials 92-029/031 under Peace Bridge II
				Assembled by Samsung in Korea
92-4032/4038		Lockheed F-16D Block 52H Fighting Falcon
				C/n KD-4/KD-10.  for Korea as RoKAF serials 92-032/038 under Peace Bridge II
				Assembled by Samsung in Korea. 
				4038 Landing gear collapsed in heavy landing at Susan Jan 24, 2003.
					Aircraft came to rest upright.
92-4039			Lockheed F-16D Block 52K Fighting Falcon
				C/n KD-11.  for Korea as RoKAF serial 92-039 under Peace Bridge II.
				Assembled by Samsung in Korea
92-4040			Lockheed F-16D Block 52L Fighting Falcon
				C/n KD-12.  For Korea as RoKAF serial 92-040 under Peace Bridge II.
				Assembled by Samsung in Korea
92-4041/4042		Lockheed F-16D Block 52M Fighting Falcon
				C/n KD-13/KD-14.  for Korea as RoKAF serials 92-041/042 under Peace Bridge II.
				Assembled by Samsung in Korea
92-4043/4048		Lockheed F-16D Block 52N Fighting Falcon
				C/n KD-15/KD-20.  for Korea as RoKAF serials 92-042/047 under Peace Bridge II
				Assembled by Samsung in Korea.

92-9000			Boeing VC-25A
				Ex 747-2G4B N60659 c/n 23825 built as presidential aircraft.
				Originally serialed 86-8900.  Changed by special order to create a series
				following the two VC-137Cs 62-6000 and 72-7000, plus the first VC-25A 82-8000.

92-13000/13119		Hughes AGM-129A Advanced Cruise Missile (ACM)
92-13120/13125		Beech RC-12N
				c/n FE-026/031.  All converted to RC-12P
				13122 (RC-12X) noted with 1 MIB at Wiesbaden May 2011



                            -Army Serials Start Here--


92-00280/00312		Boeing-Vertol CH-47D Chinook
				c/n M3421/3453.  Remanufactured from CH-47A/C and YCH-47D
				00280 (M.3421) was ex CH-47A 62-2115
				00281 (M.3422) was ex CH-47C 85-24736.  (Det 1 G Company 3-140th AVN NV NG) damaged Jun 10, 1998
				00282 (M.3423) was ex CH-47A 62-2116.
				00283 (M.3424) was ex CH-47C 85-24740
				00284 (M.3425) was ex CH-47C 67-18548
				00285 (M.3426) was ex CH-47C 85-24741.
				00286 (M.3427) was ex CH-47A 62-2130.
				00287 (M.3428) was ex CH-47A 62-2131.
				00288 (M.3429) was ex CH-47C 85-24739.
				00289 (M.3430) was ex CH-47A 63-7905.
				00290 (M.3431) was ex CH-47A 63-7908.
				00291 (M.3432) was ex CH-47C 85-24735.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 11-08093
				00292 (M.3433) was ex CH-47A 63-7916.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 13-08135
				00293 (M.3434) was ex CH-47A 62-2127.
				00294 (M.3435) was ex CH-47C 85-24742.
				00295 (M.3436) was ex CH-47A 63-7912.  Destroyed in Afghanistan Aug 27, 2012
				00296 (M.3437) was ex CH-47A 62-2128.
				00297 (M.3438) was ex CH-47C 85-24744.
				00298 (M.3439) was ex CH-47A 63-7915.
				00299 (M.3440) was ex CH-47A 61-2413
				00300 (M.3441) was ex CH-47C 85-24737
				00301 (M.3442) was ex CH-47A 61-2412.  (Hawaii ANG/ C Company/193rd AVN) damaged in accident Apr 16, 2004.
					Was one of 3 helos that ran into sandstorm 70 mi SE of Baghdad, Iraq.
					Two climed out safely, this one attempted to land, but landed hard, rolled over on its side, and caught fire.
					All crew recovered safely, but helicopter was subsequently destroyed by a precision weapon. (AFM 11/2005)
				00302 (M.3443) was ex CH-47A 62-2123.
				00303 (M.3444) was ex CH-47C 67-18538.
				00304 (M.3345) was ex CH-47A 76-8008.
				00305 (M.3446) was ex CH-47A 63-7900.
				00306 (M.3447) was ex CH-47C 85-24738
				00307 (M.3448) was ex CH-47A 62-2119.
				00308 (M.3449) was ex CH-47A 62-2124.
				00309 (M.3450) was ex CH-47A 60-3449
				00310 (M.3451)
				00311 (M.3452)
				00312 (M.3453)
92-00313/00323		Boeing-Vertol CH-47D
				c/n M3454/M3464.  Contract cancelled.

92-00367/00368		Boeing-Vertol CH-47D Chinook
				New builds
				00367 (M.4301) rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08043
				00368 (M.4302) 

92-00400/0403		Boeing-Vertol MH-47E Chinook
				c/n M.3708/3711.  Remanufactured from existing CH-47C airframes
				00400 (M.3708) was ex CH-47C 70-15007.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 09-03786
				00401 (M.3709) was ex CH-47C 70-15029.  (2-160th SOAR(A)) damaged Dec 4, 2001.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 09-03787
				00402 (M.3710) was ex CH-47C 74-22276.   0402 (B Coy/2-160th SOAR(A)) Caught fire during landing 
					approach at undisclosed location (believed in Afghanistan) Oct 25, 2002. Crew unhurt;
					Class A damage to aircraft.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 08-03780
				00403 (M.3711) was ex CH-47C 70-15030

92-00464/00477		Boeing-Vertol MH-47E Chinook
				c/n M.3712/3725.  Remanufactured from exisiting CH-47C airframes
				00464 (M.3712) was ex CH-47C 74-22283.  (A Coy/2-160th SOAR(A)) This and 
					91-0496 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 07-03770
				00465 (M.3713) was formerly CH-47C 76-22677.  (60th SOAR) crashed 
					March 7, 1996, Ft. Campbell, Kentucky during night training sortie.  5 killed.
				00466 (M.3714) was formerly 74-22285.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 07-03774.
				00467 (M.3715) was formerly CH-47C 79-23396.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 09-03782
				00468 (M.3716) was formerly CH-47C 76-22679.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 08-03778
				00469 (M.3717) was formerly CH-47C 71-20946
				00470 (M.3718) was formerly CH-47C 71-20950.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 08-03781
				00471 (M.3719) was formerly CH-47C 69-17118.  (E Company 2-160th SOAR) crashed into sea off Philippines 
					Feb 22, 2002.  10 killed.
				00472 (M.3720) was formerly CH-47C 85-24734.  (2-160th SOAR) suffered sudden loss of power and control
					and crashed in eastern Afghanistan Feb 18, 2007.  8 occupants killed, 14 injured.  Wreck destroyed the 
					next day to prevent any sensitive equipment from falling into enemy hands.  AFM 4/2007
				00473 (M.3721) was formerly CH-47C 79-23394.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 07-03773.
				00474 (M.3722) was formerly CH-47C 70-15015.  (A Company 2-160th SOAR(A)) damaged Feb 10, 1997.
					Rebuilt as MH-47G 09-03785.
				00475 (M.3723) was formerly CH-47C 71-20951. (2-160th SOAR) shot down in Afghanistan Mar 4, 2002.  6 KIA
				00476 (M.3724) was formerly CH-47C 71-20954.  (2-160th SOAR) damaged in Afghanistan Mar 4, 2002.  
					Not reported as lost.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 08-03777
				00477 (M.3725) was formerly CH-47C 85-24743.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 08-03776
92-00478/00517		McDonnell Douglas AH-64A+ Apache
				c/n PV892/PV895, PV902/PV905, PV875, PV877/PV887,
					PV855/PV868, PV896/PV901.
				PV855/PV868 to United Arab Emirates
				PV877/PV887 to Greece
				00478/00481 to Greek Army as ES-1017/1020
				00486 to Greek Army as ES-1001
				00487/00497 to Greek Army as ES-1002/1012
				00498/00511 to United Arab Emirates as 056/069
92-00518/00545		Bell-Textron OH-58D Kiowa Warrior
				00525 (1-82nd Avn) made hard landing at camp Mackall, Fort Bragg, NC
					Dec 1, 2005 while practicing straight-in autotrations and
					power recoveries.  Both crew suffered minor injuries.
					Damage categorized as Class A (repairable)
				00528 rebuilt from 85-24708.
				00533 (A Co/1-82nd Avn) suffered hard landing at or near Camp Mackall,
					SC Apr 5, 2005 and sustained Class A (repairable) damage.
				00529 (OH-58D(I):(1-82nd Avn)) burnt out following hard but controlled landing 
					near Fallujah, Iraq Dec 9, 2003 after being hit by hostile fire.  Both crew 
					escaped with minor injuries.   Initial report of the serial number of this
					loss being 92-0531 appears to be incorrect.  However, AirBritain has this
					aircraft as returning to USA Mar/Apr 2005.
				00535 rebuilt from 85-24714.
				00540 (C Co/1-14th Avn): Reported to have crashed at unknown location Apr 11, 2003.
					Accident recategorized as Class B, will be repaired.  AFM 1/2006
				00541 (C Company 1-160th SOAR(A)) damaged Jun 5, 2000
				0544 rebuilt from 85-24694

92-05408 		McDonnell Douglas AH-64D Apache
				To RAF as prototype WAH-64D 

92-00571/00606		Bell-Textron OH-58D(R) Kiowa Warrior
				c/n 43285/43320.  Rebuilt from earlier OH-58A airframes.
				Most were converted to OH058D(I) except 0571, 0573, 0574, 0576, 0577, 0578,
					0579, 058e, 0596, 0597, 0598, 0599, 0602, and 0605.
				0571 (B Troop 2-17th CAV) damaged Oct 25, 2001
				0572 rebuilt from 71-20601
				0575 rebuilt from 71-20738
				0576 rebuilt from 71-20524
				0577 rebuilt from 71-20781
				0578 rebuilt from 71-20525.  Crashed in Iraq Oct 7, 2003
				0579 rebuilt from 72-21352
				0580 rebuilt from 71-20581
				0581 rebuilt from 71-20703
				0582 rebuilt from 72-21061.  (D Troop 4-7th CAV) w/o Dec 11, 1998
				0583 rebuilt from 72-21458.  (1-25th Avn) force landed after being hit by small-arms
					fire over Babouba, Iraq.  Crew unhurt
				0585 rebuilt from 70-15071
				0594 (H Company 185th AVN MS NG) w/o May 20, 1997
				0596 rebuilt from 71-20784
				0602 originally converted from OH-58A 72-21214.
				0605 (D Troop, 1/17th CAV) w/o in Iraq Nov 21, 2003 (AFM 11/2005)


92-26393/26404		Sikorsky S-70A-1
				Export version of UH-60 for Royal Saudi Land Forces

92-26408/26459		Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
				26408, 26410, 26419 mod to MH-60L
				26410 modified to MH-60L
				26411 (c/n 701751)
				26413 modified to MH-60L.  26413 (5-101st Avn) written off at Tikrit, Iraq Nov 7, 2003.  
					Serial number 92-26431 also quoted.
				26414 modified to MH-60L
				26416 modified to MH-60L
				26417 modified to MH-60L
				26418 modified to MH-60L
				26419 modified to MH-60L
				26421 (c/n 701771)
				26422 (D Coy/4-16th ACR) w/o Dec 21, 2006.
				26422 (R Co/4-6th Cav) struck tree and crashed on Mount Peak, WA Dec 21, 2006 during night vision
					goggle training mission.  All 3 onboard killed.
				26423 (c/n 701879)
				26424 (c/n 701881, A Coy/2-149th Avn) crashed Feb 9, 2000 during brownout conditions on takeoff.
					5 occupants injured.  Helo destroyed, reports of its subsequent activity
					are incorrect.
				26429 (c/n 701880)
				26434 (A Company 1-82nd AVN) damaged Oct 2, 1997.  Repaired and returned to service.
				26450 crashed Oct 14, 1993.  Eventually repaired.
				26455 (A Co/4-101th Avn) suffered Class A (repairable) damage at or
					near Fort Campbell, Kentucky when it impacted the ground during
					an autorotation demonstration Aug 16, 2005.  Significant damage.  AFM Apr 2006
				26457 (A Company, 5-101st AVN) crashed Apr 22, 1999.
				26459 (H&H Company/2-10th AVN) damaged May 4, 1998.  Repaired and put back in service.
92-26460/26472		Sikorsky HH-60G Black Hawk
				26462 (c/n 701769)
				26464 (c/n 701821)
				26466 (c/n 701891)
				26472 (c/n 702010)


Note: Lockheed bought out the Fort Worth Division of General Dynamics on
December 9, 1992.  Manufacture of the F-16 continued but under the Lockheed
name.