2000 USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised October 23, 2016


00-0001/0002		Boeing YAL-1A
				0001 (MSN 30201)
				Airborne laser platform conversion of Model 747-400F Freighter, Model 747-4G4F.
				First firing of laser made on ground at Edwards AFB,CA Nov 24, 2008.  To AMARC Feb 14, 2012, departed Nov-Dec 2014.
				0002 not built
				
00-0171/0185		Boeing C-17A Lot XII Globemaster III
				(0171/0174 MSN 50075, 50076, 50077, 50080) 0175/0185 MSN 50083/50093, line numbers F82/F92) 
				Were formerly 00-0071/0085.  It seems that 00-0171/0173 were formerly 09-0171/0173.
				0171 set 13 payload-to-altitude records Nov 28, 2001.
				0172 was named *Spirit of the Cascades*, name changed to *Spirit of Denali*
				0173 is named "Spirit of the Aleutians".  Crashed Jul 28, 2010 at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska.
					Aircraft stalled at an attitude and altitude from which recovery to controlled flight was
					impossible while practing for an airshow.  4 killed.
				0174 is named *Spirit of 9-11..Let's Roll*, later "Spirit of the Sourdoughs"
				0176 (62nd AW) made first transcontinental flight (McChord AFB, WA
					to McGuire AFB, NJ) using blend of regular aviation fuel
					and synthetic fuel Dec 17, 2007
				0179 listed as being named "Spirit of Connecticut"
				0182 (MSN 50059/F089) with 62nd AW, 446th AW in 2014
				0183 named "Spirit of Freedom"
				0184 named "Spirit of Col Joe M. Jackson"
				0185 is named *The American Spirit*

00-0201/0204		Boeing C-17A Lot XII Globemaster III
				MSN 50078 (F77), 50079 (F78), 50081 (F80), 50082(F81). Reserved for aircraft to be leased to RAF as ZZ171/ZZ174.  
					These were later bought.  Delivery registrations N171UK/N174UK have been allocated.
				0201 to RAF as ZZ171 May 23, 2001
				0202 to RAF as ZZ172 Jun 15, 2001
				0203 to RAF as ZZ173 Aug 4, 2001
				0204 to RAF as ZZ174 Aug 26, 2001.
							
00-0218/0227		Lockheed Martin F-16CJ Block 50 Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-218/227
				
00-0241			Rutan VZ-10
				Used by US Army's Threat Support Activity to simulate cruise missiles and UAVs
			
00-0292			Let 410
				MSN 892307.  Registration N551AG cancelled Jan 11, 2000.  W/o at Fort Bliss Feb 8, 2002
	
00-0439			Aero Vodochody L-39C Albatros
				Used by 412th Test Wing at Edwards AFB under civil registration N439RS being evaluated as
					possible replacement for T-39.  Still current as N439RS

00-0609			Lockheed Martin F-16C Fighting Falcon

00-1001/1050		Lockheed Martin F-16I Block 52+ Fighting Falcon
				MSN YD-1/50.  To Israel AF under Peace Marble V.
				1001 (YD-1) IDF/AF 401.  remains in USA for use by F-16 Combined Test Force at
					Edwards AFB.
				1002 IDF/AF 403
				1003 IDF/AF 404
				1004 IDF/AF 253
				1005 IDF/AF 407
				1006 IDF/AF 408
				1007 IDF/AF 410
				1008 IDF/AF 411
				1009 IDF/AF 413
				1010 IDF/AF 415, 253 Squadron
				1011 IDF/AF 417
				1012 IDF/AF 421
				1013 IDF/AF 422
				1014 IDF/AF 425
				1015 IDF/AF 427
				1016 IDF/AF 430
				1017 IDF/AF 432, 253 Squadron
				1018 IDF/AF 434
				1019 IDF/AF 437
				1020 IDF/AF 440
				1021 IDF/AF 441, reserialled 119; 119 Squadron
				1022 IDF/AF 444
				1023 IDF/AF 445
				1024 IDF/AF 447
				1025 IDF/AF 448
				1026 IDF/AF 451
				1027 IDF/AF 455
				1028 IDF/AF 456
				1029 IDF/AF 457
				1030 IDF/AF 459
				1031 IDF/AF 462
				1032 IDF/AF 463
				1033 IDF/AF 466.  253 Squadron
				1034 IDF/AF 468
				1035 IDF/AF 469.  119 Squadron
				1036 IDF/AF 470
				1037 IDF/AF 471
				1038 IDF/AF 476
				1039 IDF/AF 477
				1040 IDF/AF 478
				1041 IDF/AF 480.  Crashed Nov 10, 2010.  The aircraft was part of a four-ship formation that was on a 
					training exercise from Ramon AFB and crashed in the area of Mitzpeh Ramon.  Both crew killed.
				1042 IDF/AF 482
				1043 IDF/AF 486
				1044 IDF/AF 488
				1045 IDF/AF 489. Plane crashed Jul 19, 2006 while taking off from an IDF base in the Negev desert as
					part of operations against targets in Lebanon. An initial report suggests that
					one of the jets tyres burst on take-off, causing instabilities to the jet which
					was loaded with armaments. The crew followed ejection procedures and the
					aircraft crashed without causing any injuries on the ground.  Some sources state this mishap 
					wasn't a complete write-off but that the aircraft was captured in the emergency net at the end 
					of the runway and should be repairable
				1046 IDF/AF 491
				1047 IDF/AF 493
				1048 IDF/AF 494.  119 Squadron
				1049 IDF/AF 497
				1050 IDF/AF 499

			
00-1934			Lockheed EC-130J-505 Hercules
				MSN 382-5522 with 193rd SOS, Pennsylvania ANG

00-2000			Northrop Grumman E-8C JSTARS
				MSN P-15.  Former B707-396C N1786B/CF-ZYP, C-FZYP, OE-IDA MSN 20043/786 C-FZYP seized by US Justice
					Department after drug smuggling indicent May 12, 1981 and serialed USAF 85-6973.  Modified by 
					Northrop Grumman as JSTARS aircraft and reserialled 00-2000.  Believed to
					have been cancelled, but was seen at Robins AFB May 4, 2005.
					Also noted at Robins AFB Mar 4, 2005 with 116th ACW.
				
00-2006/2007		Teledyne Ryan YRQ-4A-10 Global Hawk
				MSN UAV-6/7
				2006 built under the original Global Hawk Advanced Concept Technology Demonstrator development program 
					sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.  Taken out of storage at Edwards AFB 
					and assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, later as the Neil A Armstrong 
					Flight Research Center.  Registered as NASA 872.  Registered as N872NA as a YRQ-4A to the NASA 
					Neil A Armstrong Flight Research Center May 30, 2014; current
				2007 assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, later as the Neil A Armstrong 
					Flight Research Center.  Stored

00-3000/3004		Boeing F-15E-63-MC Strike Eagle
				3000 MSN 1366/E227 
				3001 MSN 1367/E228
				3002 MSN 1368/E229
				3003 MSN 1369/E230
				3004 MSN 1370/E231
				All now operating with 494th FS.

00-3065/3072		General Atomics RQ-1K/L Predator
				MSN P-065/072
				3065 (57th W, 11th RS) crashed into side of mountain during training mission in
					Nevada Test and Training Range Oct 25, 2002
				3066 (MQ-1B) crashed in Afghanistan due to mechanical failure Sep 4, 2009.
				3068 (MSN P-068) noted as MQ-1K with 57th Wing Oct 2003.  Crashed 1.5 mi W of Creech AFB, NV Apr 28, 2009.  Cause
					was failure of manifold absolute pressure reference vacuum line.  Damage may be repairable.
				3070 (57th Wing, 15th RS) shot down by Iraqi AF MiG 25 fighter near
					Al Kut, Iraq Dec 23, 2002.   AFM 4/2007 
				3072 modified to MQ-1B. Crashed 20 mi S of Kabul, Afghanistan Sep 19, 2010.

00-3569/3597		Raytheon T-6A Batch 7 Texan II
				3569/3580 MSN PT-73/84, 3581/3597 MSN PT-87/103
				3579 (14th FTW, 41st FTS) collided midair with T-6A 01-3613 and crashed at Columbus AFB, MS Nov 28, 2007.
					Both crew ejected safely.
				3580 (MSN PT-84) to 434th FTS, then to 41st FTS
				3584 (MSN PT-90)
				
00-4012/4017		Lockheed Martin F/A-22A Block 10 Raptor
				MSN 4012/4017.  Lot 1 IP aircraft.   Reserialed from 99-4012/4017
				4012 43rd FS.
				4013 crashed near Tyndall AFB Nov 15, 2012.  Pilot ejected safely.
				4014 (422nd TES) crashed and burned out Dec 20, 2004 at Nellis AFB, NV
					when lost power on takeoff.  Pilot ejected safely.  Cause
					of crash was power interruption which caused flight control
					system to become inoperative.
				4015 43rd FS
				4016 43rd FS
				4017 43rd FS
							
00-5011			General Atomics RQ-1Q Predator (Tier II) Ground Control Station


00-6001/6055		Lockheed Martin F-16C Block 60 Fighting Falcon
				MSN RE-1/RE-55.  Redesignated F-16E.  For United Arab Emirates as 3026/3080
				6001 made first flight Aug 6, 2004 bearing civil registration N60019.
				6003 made first flight Sep 13, 2004 as N60066.  UAE serial will be 3028
				6016 (RE-16) seen at Fort Worth, TX Apr 22, 2005 in full UAE
					colors with serial 3041.
				6018 (RE-18) noted at Fort Worth, TX Apr 22, 2005 with test 
					registration N6011C.  Will be 3043 with UAE AF.
				6036 noted as CC-227 with 78th FS Oct 2002.
				6027 (MSN RE-27, UAE 3052) test registration was N60019.  Crashed near Al Ain AP, UAE Jan 9, 2006
					while practicing for Al Ain 2006 Aerobatic Show.  While attempting low recovery
					from loop, hit ground tail first at high angle of attack with high sink rate
					and in full afterburner, bounced once and crashed.  Pilot ejected at top of
					bounce but severely injured as parachute failed to deploy fully.  Cause
					of loss was an engine compressor surge at too low an altitude
					for recovery to be effected.
00-6056/6080		Lockheed Martin F-16D Block 60 Fighting Falcon
				MSN RF-1/RF-25.  Redesignated F-16F.  For United Arab Emirates as 3001/3025
				6056/6058 allocated civil registrations N161LM, N162LM, N163LM.  These
					registrations were all cancelled Aug 23, 2004, presumably upon delivery
					to UAE.
				6056 carries UAE serial 3001
00-6081			Lockheed Martin F-16C-60-CF Fighting Falcon
				MSN RE-56.  Bore civil registration of N16EX. Redesignated F-16E. For United Arab Emirates as 3081, 
					replacement for 3052 which crashed Jan 9, 2006.

00-9001			Boeing C-32B
				A Boeing 757 was photographed at Capetown AP, South Africa Aug 3, 2003,
				apparently unmarked except for the 'tail number' (actually carried on 
				the rear fuselage) '09001' (which may be 00-9001 or may be spurious).   Plane
				with same tail number seen at Stuttgart, Athens, Naples, central Asia, Sofia, Helsinki in Nov 2003.
				Seen at Edmonton, Alberta May 2005.  Seen at RAF Mildenhall Feb 4, 2006.
				Aircraft allegedly operated in support of US State Dept's Foreign Emergency 
				Support Team.   User quoted as 108th ARW/227th SOF.  It is actually B757-23AER MSN 25494/611, which 
				has carried serials 98-6006, 99-6143, 00-9001, and 02-5001 interchangeably.  Former civil registry
				was N987AN
						
						
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00-01051/01053		Cessna UC-35B 
				Citation 560 Citation Encore for Army
				01051, MSN 560-0565, ex N5211A.  Delivered to US Army Sep 11, 2001.  Assigned to 2nd Battalion,
					228th Aviatin Regiment.
				01052, MSN 560-0574, ex N52526.  Delivered to US Army Sep 2001. Assigned to Priority Air Transport
					Detachment, Andrews AFB, Maryland
				01053, MSN 560-0577, ex N5207V.  Delivered to US Army Sep 2001. Assigned to Priority Air Transport
					Detachment, Andrews AFB, Maryland

00-02160			Boeing MH-47G Chinook
				(MSN M3726) conversion from CH-47D 86-1678.  First flew Mar 15, 2004, delivered to
					Army Special Operations Command May 19, 2004.  Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment


00-05159/05232		Boeing AH-64D Lot 5 Longbow Apache
				MSN PVD159/PVD232.  Remanufactured from existing AH-64As.
				05159 AH-64D PVD159 ex AH-64A 90-00483 (PV810)
				05160 AH-64D PVD160 ex AH-64A 90-00485 (PV812)
				05161 AH-64D PVD161 ex AH-64A 90-00490 (PV817)
				05162 AH-64D PVD162 ex AH-64A 90-00486 (PV813).  Rebuilt as AH-64E 11-09010
				05163 AH-64D PVD163 ex AH-64A 83-23806 (PV031)
				05164 AH-64D PVD164 ex AH-64A 90-00491 (PV818). Rebuilt as AH-64E 10-09003
				05165 AH-64D PVD165 ex AH-64A 90-00492 (PV819)
				05166 AH-64D PVD166 ex AH-64A 90-00495 (PV822).  Rebuilt as AH-64E 11-09023.
				05167 AH-64D PVD167 ex AH-64A 90-00493 (PV820)
				05168 AH-64D PVD168 ex AH-64A 90-00494 (PV821)
				05169 AH-64D PVD169 ex AH-64A 90-00496 (PV823)
				05170 AH-64D PVD170 ex AH-64A 90-00497 (PV824)
				05171 AH-64D PVD171 ex AH-64A 90-00498 (PV825)
				05172 AH-64D PVD172 ex AH-64A 82-23362 (PV008)
				05173 AH-64D PVD173 ex AH-64A 94-00336 (PV914)
				05174 AH-64D PVD174 ex AH-64A 91-00116 (PV854)
				05175 AH-64D PVD175 ex AH-64A 91-00123 (PV876).  C Co/6/6th CAV in accident
					near Kuwait City, Kuwait Sep 6, 2003.  30-mm cannon torn off and the
					two main undercarriage legs bent upwards.  AFM 12/2005
				05176 AH-64D PVD176 ex AH-64A 84-24205 (PV065)
				05177 AH-64D PVD177 ex AH-64A 86-09055 (PV425)
				05178 AH-64D PVD178 ex AH-64A 87-00462 (PV481)
				05179 AH-64D PVD179 ex AH-64A 87-00489 (PV508).  Crashed near Bagram,
					Afghanistan (A Troop/2-6th Cav) Jul 29, 2005 when it hit the
					ground during close combat-attack training, sustaining Class A
					(repairable) damage.  Both crew members injured.  (AFM Apr 2006)
				05180 AH-64D PVD180 ex AH-64A 84-24279 (PV139)
				05181 AH-64D PVD181 ex AH-64A 84-24304 (PV164)
				05182 AH-64D PVD182 ex AH-64A 87-00433 (PV452)
				05183 AH-64D PVD183 ex AH-64A 85-25464 (PV285)
				05184 AH-64D PVD184 ex AH-64A 84-24297 (PV157)
				05185 AH-64D PVD185 ex AH-64A 85-25363 (PV184)
				05186 AH-64D PVD186 ex AH-64A 85-25392 (PV213)
				05187 AH-64D PVD187 ex AH-64A 86-08983 (PV353).  
				05188 AH-64D PVD188 ex AH-64A 85-25486 (PV307)
				05189 AH-64D PVD189 ex AH-64A 86-09033 (PV403).  
				05190 AH-64D PVD190 ex AH-64A 85-25375 (PV196)
				05191 AH-64D PVD191 ex AH-64A 84-24281 (PV141)
				05192 AH-64D PVD192 ex AH-64A 85-25356 (PV177)
				05193 AH-64D PVD193 ex AH-64A 86-09025 (PV395)
				05194 AH-64D PVD194 ex AH-64A 84-24256 (PV116)
				05195 AH-64D PVD195 ex AH-64A 85-25470 (PV291)
				05196 AH-64D PVD196 ex AH-64A 86-08966 (PV336)
				05197 AH-64D PVD197 ex AH-64A 85-25487 (PV308)
				05198 AH-64D PVD198 ex AH-64A 86-08977 (PV347)
				05199 AH-64D PVD199 ex AH-64A 86-09014 (PV384)
				05200 AH-64D PVD200 ex AH-64A 86-09028 (PV398)
				05201 AH-64D PVD201 ex AH-64A 84-24207 (PV067)
				05202 AH-64D PVD202 ex AH-64A 88-00211 (PV541)
				05203 AH-64D PVD203 ex AH-64A 86-09042 (PV412)
				05204 AH-64D PVD204 ex AH-64A 86-09045 (PV415)
				05205 AH-64D PVD205 ex AH-64A 86-08965 (PV335)
				05206 AH-64D PVD206 ex AH-64A 85-25400 (PV221)
				05207 AH-64D PVD207 ex AH-64A 86-08969 (PV339)
				05208 AH-64D PVD208 ex AH-64A 86-08968 (PV338)
				05209 AH-64D PVD209 ex AH-64A 86-08973 (PV343)
				05210 AH-64D PVD210 ex AH-64A 86-09001 (PV371)
				05211 AH-64D PVD211 ex AH-64A 86-09009 (PV379).  Crashed with 6-6th Cav Oct 30, 2003 near
					Balad AAF, Iraq.  Force landed after inflight fire.  Crew exited
					safely but aircraft burnt out.
				05212 AH-64D PVD212 ex AH-64A 86-08976 (PV346)
				05213 AH-64D PVD213 ex AH-64A 83-23788 (PV013)
				05214 AH-64D PVD214 ex AH-64A 86-08971 (PV341)  Damaged in Germany Feb 23, 2006.
					Struck approach lights at Grafenwohr
				05215 AH-64D PVD215 ex AH-64A 86-08975 (PV345)
				05216 AH-64D PVD216 ex AH-64A 86-08979 (PV349)
				05217 AH-64D PVD217 ex AH-64A 86-08985 (PV355)
				05218 AH-64D PVD218 ex AH-64A 86-09017 (PV387)
				05219 AH-64D PVD219 ex AH-64A 86-08972 (PV342).  Crashed in Iraq Oct 23, 2003 while
					approaching to land at Kirkuk.  The APU clutch failed and started a fire.
					Aircraft landed safely but fuselage was almost completely burnt through.
				05220 AH-64D PVD220 ex AH-64A 86-08988 (PV358)
				05221 AH-64D PVD221 ex AH-64A 86-08999 (PV369)
				05222 AH-64D PVD222 ex AH-64A 86-09015 (PV385)
				05223 AH-64D PVD223 ex AH-64A 86-09018 (PV388)
				05224 AH-64D PVD224 ex AH-64A 82-23360 (PV006)
				05225 AH-64D PVD225 ex AH-64A 82-23361 (PV007)
				05226 AH-64D PVD226 ex AH-64A 87-00458 (PV477)
				05227 AH-64D PVD227 ex AH-64A 83-23812 (PV037)
				05228 AH-64D PVD228 ex AH-64A 88-00212 (PV542)
				05229 AH-64D PVD229 ex AH-64A 86-08960 (PV330)
				05230 AH-64D PVD230 ex AH-64A 87-00441 (PV460)
				05231 AH-64D PVD231 ex AH-64A 88-00215 (PV545)
				05232 AH-64D PVD232 ex AH-64A 85-25480 (PV301).  Leased to KLu before
					conversion. With (B Co/6-6th Cav) reported 
					to have crashed in Iraq Mar 24, 2003.  Caused only Class B damage.

00-26847/26851		Sikorsky UH-60L Lot 23 Black Hawk
				26847, 26849/26851 MSN 702560, 702498, 702504/702505
00-26852/26856		Sikorsky S-70A-41 Black Hawk
				Ordered by Venezuela but NTU.  To Colombian AF as FAC4124/FAC4128
				26853 MSN 702480
				26854 MSN 702481
				26855 MSN 702482
00-26857/26870		Sikorsky UH-60L Lot 24 Black Hawk
00-26871/26872		Sikorsky S-70A-41 AH-60L Black Hawk (Arpia III)
				to Colombian AF as FAC4128 and FAC4130
				26872 MSN 702633 to Colombian AF as FAC4130
00-26873/26875		Sikorsky HH-60L Lot 24 Black Hawk
00-26876/26877		Sikorsky S-70A-21 Black Hawk
				For Egyptian AF