1998 USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised March 29, 2014


98-0001/0002		Boeing C-32A
				c/n 29025,29026.
				Version of the 757-200 commercial airliner for VIP transport.  
				Tested with civilian numbers N3519L, N3519M.
				0001 (c/n 29025/783) has been fitted with winglets
98-0003/0005		Lockheed Martin F-16C Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				c/n CC-214/CC-216
98-0006/0010		Cessna UC-35A
				Military version of Citation V Ultra (Model 560)
				0006 c/n 560-0495
				0008 c/n 560-0501; c/r N51996.  In service with US Army/Alaska Regional Flight Center and made
					wheels-up landing at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska Oct 6, 2009.  The 3 onboard were uninjured.
				0009 c/n 560-0505; c/r N52229
				0010 c/n 560-0513
				Recent Air-Britain publication gives the c/ns of 0007/0009 as 560-0501,
					0505, and 0508 respectively.

98-0049/0057		Boeing C-17A Lot X Globemaster III
				c/n 50053/50061, line number F52/F60)
				0049 named *Spirit of Rhein-Main* upon closure of that base
					Oct 10, 2005.
				0052 is *Spirit of McChord*
				0057 was with 97th AMW at Altus but noted as 62nd AW McChord.  
					Hit by missile near Baghdad Apt, Iraq Dec 9, 2003, but was 
					able to land safely.  Returned to McChord AFB Jan 3, 2004 
					for repair.

98-0101/0130		Boeing AH-64DN Apache
				c/n DN001/DN030.  FMS for Royal Netherlands AF(serials Q-01/Q-30)
98-0131/0135		Boeing F-15E-62-MC Strike Eagle
				0131 c/n 1357/E222
				0132 c/n 1359/E223
				0133 c/n 1361/E224
				0134 c/n 1363/E225
				0135 c/n 1365/E226

98-1355/1358		Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules
				For Maryland ANG at Essex, MD 
				1355 c/n 382-5491
				1356 c/n 382-5492
				1357 c/n 382-5493
				1358 c/n 382-5494

98-1932			Lockheed Martin EC-130J Hercules
				c/n 382-5490 for 193 SOS, Pennsylvania ANG
		
98-2003/2004		Teledyne Ryan RQ-4A Global Hawk
				c/n AV-3/4
				2003 (AV-3) seriously damaged after landing at Edwards AFB Nov 9, 1999.  Returned
					to Edwards AFB Feb 20, 2006 after 3 years in the Middle East.  4800
					flight hours accrued in 249 sorties (of which 191 were quoted as combat) 
					Reported Aug 2008 preserved at WPAFB. 
				2004 crashed Jul 10, 2002 during Operation Enduring Freedom.  A photo of this UAV appeared 
					in 'USAF Yearbook 2003' in an article about Operation Iraqi Freedom.  The aircraft confirmed
					as having crashed Jul 20, 2002.
				2005 made transPacific flight from Edwards AFB to RAAF Edinburgh, Australia Apr 2001. Crashed
					80 mi from Al Dafra, Abu Dhabi Dec 30, 2001 (9th RW/12th ERS); bolt installed backwards 
					during manufacture led to failure of control surface activation rod.

98-2012/2021		Lockheed Martin F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
				c/n AC-9/AC-18.  To Bahrain under Peace Crown II.  Became s/n 201/210

98-3025/3046		Beech Raytheon T-6A Texan II
				c/n PT-29/PT-50
				3027 (3rd FTS, 479th FTG in 2002)
				3031 (3rd FTS, 479th FTG in 2002)
				3039/3046 conflicted with RQ-1A and were reserialed 98-3539/3546).  

98-3039/3053		General Atomics RQ-1K/L Predator
				c/n P-039/053. 
				3039 (c/n P-039) Crashed in Pakistan May 18, 2002.  Was apparently repaired after accident May 2002 as
					is now reported lost Jan 1, 2003 (or someone has reported a wrong serial somewhere!).
				3047 crashed 90 mi S of Kabul, Afghanistan Apr 20, 2009
				3052 (RQ-1L, C/n P-052) crashed while landing at airfield in Kuwait following a surveillance
					mission over Iraq May (Sep ?) 25, 2002.  Hostile action not believed to be at fault.

98-3539/3546		Beech Raytheon T-6A Texan II
				reserialed from 98-3039/3046

98-5008/5009		General Atomics RQ-1Q Predator (Tier II) Ground Control Station			

98-5307/5308		Lockheed Martin WC-130J Hercules
				5307 c/n 382-5486
				5308 c/n 382-5487.
98-6005			Boeing 707-327C
				c/n 19529/632.  N7102 Braniff International delivered 11-Oct-67; 9M-AQB Malaysia Singapore Airlines del. 01-MAR-71; 
					9V-BFC Singapore Airlines 30-JUL-72; WFU Singapura 29-MAI-81; International Air Leases 12-AGO-81; 
					N707AD Arrow Air lsd. 07-NOV-81; International Air Leases ret. 07-MAI-84; Jet America lsd. 08-MAI-84; 
					Arrow Air lsd. OUT-84; TAT 51.308hrs. 23-NOV-84; Jet America ret. DEZ-84; International Air Leases DEZ-84; 
					Transbrasil lsd. 04-DEZ-84; PT-TCJ Aerobrasil Cargo JAN-85; International Air Leases ret. 12-AGO-87; 
					N707AD International Air Leases rr. & mdf. HK JAN 88; Challenge Air Cargo JUN-88; 
					International Air Leases ret. JUL-88; Starflite Corp. JUL-88; SR Acquisition Corporation 01-AGO-88; 
					Aeronautical Leasing OUT-88; Challenge Air Cargo lsd. OUT-88; Aeronautical Leasing ret. JAN-90; 
					Starflite Corp. & WFU Miami, Florida JAN-90; Asnet Inc. JAN-93; TAT 60.511hrs. JUN-96; 
					to USAF as 86005 1997 , BU ? Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, USA (OBS:N707AD canceled in 07-MAR-03)  			
98-6006			Boeing C-32B
				This is another one of those mysterious Boeing 757s apparently used by the US 
					State Dept Foreign Emergency Support Team (FEST); apparently it carries the 
					'tail number' 86006 which may or may not be genuine. Has been listed as c/n 27204, 
					which would make it ex B-27007 of Far Eastern Air Transport, but c/n 27204 has beeen flying
					with Angkor Airways as XU-AKB  There are at least four 757s that could be this
					plane--c/n 25493/523 ex N84WA, 25494/611 ex N987AN, c/n 25491/511 (N226G) and c/n 29304/870 (N610G). 
					It is actually c/n 25494/611, which has carried serials 98-6006, 99-6143, 00-9001, and 02-5001 
					interchangeably. C/n 25493 believed to now be 02-4452.


The following aircraft are listed as being in FY 98, but I don't yet 
know their USAF serial numbers.  Anyone know?


Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules
	C/n 5495/5498.
	c/n 5495 to Italian AF as MM62175
	c/n 5496 to Royal Air Force as Hercules C-5 ZH888.  Delivery number was N4187.
	c/n 5498 is MM62177 with Italian Air Force.



				* Army Serials Start Here *

98-00011/00012		Boeing Helicopters YCH-47F Chinook
				c/n 8001,8002.  Rebuilt from CH-47D
				0011 (c/n M.8001) YCH-47F f/f Jun 25, 2001. Was CH-47D 83-24107 rebuilt.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 09-08059
				0012 (c/n M.8002) was CH-47D 83-24115 rebuilt.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 09-08073  

98-00058/00070		Bell OH-58D Kiowa Warrior
				To Republic of China Army as 627/639

98-00101/00130		Boeing Helicopters AH-64D Longbow Apache
				c/n DN.001/DN.030.  To Netherlands (KLu) as Q-01/30.

98-00853			Boeing Helicopters CH-47D Chinook
				c/n Ml.4520.  To South Korea

98-01708			Boeing AH-64A Apache
				Constructed from parts or used spares

98-02000 			Boeing Helicopters CH-47D Chinook
				c/n M.3462

98-05049/05092		Boeing Helicopters AH-64D Longbow Apache
				Lot 3, c/n PVD049/PVD092.   Remanufactured from earlier AH-64As.
				05049 AH-64D PVD049 ex AH-64A 83-23834 (PV059)
				05050 AH-64D PVD050 ex AH-64A 84-24241 (PV101)
				05051 AH-64D PVD051 ex AH-64A 84-24242 (PV102)
				05052 AH-64D PVD052 ex AH-64A 85-25366 (PV187)
				05053 AH-64D PVD053 ex AH-64A 85-25367 (PV188) 
				05054 AH-64D PVD054 ex AH-64A 85-25368 (PV189)
				05055 AH-64D PVD055 ex AH-64A 85-25371 (PV192)
				05056 AH-64D PVD056 ex AH-64A 84-24285 (PV145).  Damaged on ground by flying debris from collision
					of 99-5105 and 98-5082 at Hooper Stagefield, Ozark, Alabama Jun 28, 2005.
				05057 AH-64D PVD057 ex AH-64A 85-25372 (PV193)  
				05058 AH-64D PVD058 ex AH-64A 85-25378 (PV199), (1-14th Avn) crashed near Ft Rucker, AL Dec 12, 2002. 
					Both crew killed. 
				05059 AH-64D PVD059 ex AH-64A 85-25414 (PV235)
				05060 AH-64D PVD060 ex AH-64A 85-25429 (PV250)
				05061 AH-64D PVD061 ex AH-64A 85-25431 (PV252).  Suffered tree strike and
					bround collision while descending into wooded area near Ozark,
					Alabama (A Co/1-14th AVN) Nov 4, 2003. Both crew
					escaped with minor injuries. (AFM 11/2005)
				05062 AH-64D PVD062 ex AH-64A 85-25432 (PV253)
				05063 AH-64D PVD063 ex AH-64A 85-25435 (PV256)
				05064 AH-64D PVD064 ex AH-64A 85-25454 (PV275)
				05065 AH-64D PVD065 ex AH-64A 85-25459 (PV280)
				05066 AH-64D PVD066 ex AH-64A 83-23827 (PV052)
				05067 AH-64D PVD067 ex AH-64A 85-25450 (PV271)
				05068 AH-64D PVD068 ex AH-64A 85-25391 (PV212).  (8/2-101st Avn) reported as written off Mar 28, 2003
				05069 AH-64D PVD069 ex AH-64A 84-24202 (PV062)
				05070 AH-64D PVD070 ex AH-64A 84-24280 (PV140)
				05071 AH-64D PVD071 ex AH-64A 84-24286 (PV146)
				05072 AH-64D PVD072 ex AH-64A 84-24309 (PV169)
				05073 AH-64D PVD073 ex AH-64A 82-23363 (PV009)
				05074 AH-64D PVD074 ex AH-64D 90-0324 (PV720)
				05075 AH-64D PVD075 ex AH-64A 84-24228 (PV088)
				05076 AH-64D PVD076 ex AH-64A 85-25383 (PV204)
				05077 AH-64D PVD077 ex AH-64A 85-25393 (PV214)
				05078 AH-64D PVD078 ex AH-64A 85-25410 (PV231)
				05079 AH-64D PVD079 ex AH-64A 84-24217 (PV077).  With 1-14th Avn, damaged in hard landing
					near Fort Rucker Mar 8, 2005.  Both crew suffered minor injuries.
				05080 AH-64D PVD080 ex AH-64A 84-24254 (PV114)
				05081 AH-64D PVD081 ex AH-64A 84-24308 (PV168)  
				05082 AH-64D PVD082 ex AH-64A 85-25379 (PV200).  Student pilot at
					controls of 99-5105 descended into turning main rotors of
					98-5082 (1-14th Avn, A Co) which was stationary on the ground at 
					Hooper Stagefield, Ozark, Alabama Jun 28, 2005.  Both helicopters 
					suffered substantial Class A damage (AFM Apr 2006), all 4 occupants 
					suffered minor injuries.
				05083 AH-64D PVD083 ex AH-64D 90-0423 (PV750)
				05084 AH-64D PVD084 ex AH-64A 84-24206 (PV066)
				05085 AH-64D PVD085 ex AH-64A 84-24232 (PV092)
				05086 AH-64D PVD086 ex AH-64A 84-24234 (PV094)
				05087 AH-64D PVD087 ex AH-64A 85-25369 (PV190)
				05088 AH-64D PVD088 ex AH-64A 84-24231 (PV091)
				05089 AH-64D PVD089 ex AH-64A 83-23832 (PV057)
				05090 AH-64D PVD090 ex AH-64A 84-24251 (PV111)
				05091 AH-64D PVD091 ex AH-64A 85-25440 (PV261)
				05092 AH-64D PVD092 ex AH-64A 84-24253 (PV113)

98-08180/08188		Boeing CH-47D Chinook
				For Singapore AF as 180/188

98-26795/26828		Sikorsky UH-60L Lot 22 Black Hawk
				26796 c/n 70.2450
				26797 c/n 70.2454
				26798 c/n 70.2459
				26799 c/n 70.2461
				26800 c/n 70.2556
				26801 c/n 70.2463
				26802 c/n 70.2458
				26803 c/n 70.2467
				26804 c/n 70.2469
				26806 c/n 70.2472
				26808 c/n 70.2494
				26809 c/n 70.2500
				26813 c/n 70.2464
				26814 c/n 70.2465
				26815 c/n 70.2539
				26816 c/n 70.2468
				26818 to HH-60L
				26820 c/n 70.2478
				26821 c/n 70.2485.  To HH-60L
				26822 c/n 70.2486.  To HH-60L
				26823 c/n 70.2487
				26824 c/n 70.2489
				26825 c/n 70.2492
				26826 c/n 70.2495
				26827 (A Co/2-4th Avn) struck stabilizing cables of transmission tower while
					flying in thick fog 30 mi NE of Fort Hood, TX Nov 29, 2005, crashed and
					caught fire.  All 7 aboard killed.
				26828 c/n 70.2497

98-41493			Mil Mi-2

98-41532			Mil Mi-2