03-0001 Rutan LongEz MSN 1186. Testbed for pulse detonation engine. Believed to be N90EZ and now on display at National Museum of the USAF. Delivered to Museum in 2008. 03-0016 Cessna/Raytheon UC-35B MSN 560-0649. Noted at Greensboro, NC Aug 17, 2004. Is ex N5267T. 03-0040/0075 Lockheed Martin F-16C Block 52 Fighting Falcon MSN JC-1/JC-36. FMS for Polish AF as 4040/4075 0040 delivered to Polish AF Dec 11, 2008 0070/2 delivered to Polish AF Sep 11, 2008 0073/5 delivered to Polish AF Dec 11, 2008 03-0076/0087 Lockheed Martin F-16D Block 52 Fighting Falcon MSN JD-1/JD-12. FMS for Polish AF as 4076/4087 03-0108 General Atomics MQ-1L Predator Severely damaged on landing at Palmdale, CA Oct 13, 2002. 03-0111 General Atomics MQ-1B Predator 0111 (20th RS) crashed in United States Central Command Area of Responsibility Sep 18, 2012. 03-0116/0120 Boeing C-17A Lot XV Globemaster III MSN P-116/P-120. Reserialed as 03-3116/3120. 03-0726 Cessna UC-35D MSN 560-0667. Noted at Wichita/Mid-Continent Aug 2004 as N52462. Seen as 03-0726 at Tyndall AFB Mar 9, 2005. 03-3104/3112 General Atomics MQ-1B/1L Predator 3110/3124 MSN P110/P124 3104 crashed on landing at Kandahar, Afghanistan Mar 26, 2007 3109 MQ-1L crashed Jun 22, 2006 (57th Wing, 11th RS) near Creech AFB due to engine failure. 3112 MQ-1B crashed Jan 17, 2007 (15th RS) after suffering engine failure during mission over Iraq. Plane was deliberately crashed into an unpopulated area 5 mi S of Baghdad IAP rather than attempting an emergency landing as no friendly troops were within range to secure site. 03-3113/3115 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III MSN 50121/50123, line number F120/F122). All three noted Mar 20, 2005 at Jackson IAP apparently on book with 183rd AS/MS ANG 3113 is named "Spirit of the Purple Heart" 3114 (MSN 50122/F121) with 172nd AW, Mississippi ANG in 2014. 03-3116/3127 Boeing C-17A Lot XV Globemaster III MSN 50124/50135, line number F123/F134 3116 (MSN 50124/F123) with 172nd AW, Mississippi ANG in 2014. 3118 named "Spirit of the Choctaw Warrior" and attached to the 172nd Airlift Wing at Jackson, MS. 3119 named "Spirit of G.V. Sonny Montgomery" 3120 seen at Christchurch, NZ. Stationed at McChord AFB. 3121 as test aircraft with 412 Test Wing at Edwards AFB 3122, 3123 at McChord AFB 3124 was at McChord AFB, in 2011 was with the 437th/315th AW out of Charleston 3125, 3126, 3127 at McGuire AFB 3125 is *Spirit of New Jersey* 3127 noted at Long Beach Sep 2004 03-3115 General Atomics MQ-1B Predator 3115 432nd Wing crashed Aug 1, 2008 north of Joint Base Balad, Iraq. This conflicts with C-17 serials. 03-3122 General Atomics MQ-1B Predator made forced landing just outside perimeter of Kandahar AB, Afghanistan due to engine failure Jan 30, 2012. Conflicts with C-17 serials. 03-3673/3707 Raytheon T-6A Texan II 3673/3705 MSN PT219/PT251 3675 with 559th FTS at Randolph AFB 3695 with 559th FTS at Randolph AFB 3706 MSN PT254 3707 MSN PT255 3706 MSN PT254 3707 MSN PT255 03-4005/4009 General Atomics MQ-9A Reaper MSN PB005/9 4005 w/o in training accident Oct 21, 2005 at Grey Butte Flight Test Operations Facility, Palmdale, CA. AFM Nov 2006. Landed short of runway. 03-4041/4061 Lockheed Martin F/A-22A LRIP Lot 3 Block 20 Raptor MSN 4041/4061. Redesignated F-22A Dec 2005. 4041 rolled out Oct 27, 2004. Due for delivery May 2005 to 1st FW/27th FS at Langley AFB, VA. While preparing for mission at Langley AFB, VA with 1st FW/27th FS Apr 10, 2006, pilot received unwarranted canopy unlock indication, attempt to clear indication by cycling canopy failed, and left canopy down and locked, defying all efforts from both inside and outside the cockpit to open it. After being trapped inside the cockpit for 5 hours, pilot was eventually released by application of chainsaw to canopy. $183,205 damage 4045 (27th FS) ingested a nose landing gear pin into the right engine while on ground at Langley AFB, VA Oct 20, 2005. Substantial engine damage. In 2009 undergoing minor modifications at Hill AFB. To Hawaii ANG, 154th Wing, 199th TFS Jul 9 2010. 4051 to 199th FS, 154th WG, Hawaii ANG 03-6201/6204 Raytheon T-6A Texan II. 6201 (PT-252) ex BuNo 166001 6202 (PT-253) ex BuNo 166002 6203 (PT-256) ex BuNo 166003 6204 (PT-257) ex BuNo 166004 03-8154/8155 Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules MSN 5557/5558. 8155 was reserialled 04-3142 * Army serials start here * 03-01021/01032 Boeing AH-64DHA Apache MSN HA001/HA012. For Hellenic Army as ES-1021/ES-1032 1022 registered as N5002N, cancelled Jun 29, 2012 on export to Greece. 1023 registered as N5002Q, expired. 1024 registered as N5009L, cancelled May 31, 2013. 1025 registered as N5014L Oct 10, 2006, canceled May 31, 2012 1026 registered as N50161, cancelled May 31, 2012 1027 registered as N50165, cancelled May 31, 2012. W/o May 2, 2011 1028 registered as N50173, cancelled May 31, 2012 1029 registered as N5018F, cancelled Aug 29, 2012 on export to Greece 1030 registered as N5018K, cancelled May 31, 2012. ES-1030 tail rotor detached and crashed at Megara, Greece Jul 30, 2010. Both crew killed 1031 registered as N5021T, cancelled Jun 28, 2012 on export to Greece 1032 registered as N50220, cancelled May 31, 2012 03-03727/03734 Boeing MH-47G Chinook MSN M3727/3734. Conversions of existing airframes The Boeing build number is being used as the serial number (with a leading zero). Boeing selects the Build numbers based on the contracted number of aircraft and then applies to the US Army board for the matching serial numbers with the appropriate contract year. 03727 MSN N3727 was rebuilt from CH-47D 85-24358. Accepted by the US Army 14Apr05 Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment 03728 MSN M3728 rebuilt from CH-47D 84-24152. Accepted by the US Army 28Apr05 Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment MH-47G with A Coy/4-160th SOAR May 2006. 03729 MSN M3729 rebuilt from CH-47D 85-24352. Accepted by the US Army 8Oct04 Assigned to 3rd Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment With B Coy/3-160th Avn, emerged from low cloud and struck television broadcast tower, crashed into cotton field near Doerun in rural Colquitt County, GA and broke up Jun 1, 2006. 4 killed, 1 injured. 03730 MSN M3730 rebuilt from CH-47D 85-04355. Accepted by the US Army 24Nov04 Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment 03731 MSN M3731 rebuilt from CH-478D 84-24161. Accepted by the US Army 28Dec04 Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment 03732 MSN M.3732 rebuilt from CH-47D 83-24106. Accepted by the US Army 26Jan05 Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment 03733 MSN M.3733 rebuilt from CH-47D 83-24116. Accepted by the US Army 16Feb05 Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment 03734 MSN M.3734 rebuilt from CH-47D 82-23780. Accepted by the US Army 24Mar05 Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment 03-05345/05418 Boeing AH-64D Lot 8 Longbow Apache MSN PVD345/418. Block II conversions of existing AH-64A airframes. 05345 (PVD345) was originally AH-64A 86-09034 (PV404) 05346 (PVD346) was originally AH-64A 87-00494 (PV513). In 2012 was seen in pieces on a pallet at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. 05347 (PVD347) was originally AH-64A 86-09047 (PV417) 05348 (PVD348) was originally AH-64A 84-24277 (PV137) 05349 (PVD349) was originally AH-64A 84-24246 (PV106) 05350 (PVD350) was originally AH-64A 85-25479 (PV300) 05351 (PVD351) was originally AH-64A 87-00411 (PV430) 05352 (PVD352) was originally AH-64A 87-00502 (PV521) 05353 (PVD353) was originally AH-64A 86-08944 (PV314) 05354 (PVD354) was originally AH-64A 87-00443 (PV462) 05355 (PVD355) was originally AH-64A 86-08978 (PV348) 05356 (PVD356) was originally AH-64A 86-08943 (PV313) 05357 (PVD357) was originally AH-64A 86-08941 (PV311) 05358 (PVD358) was originally AH-64A 86-08946 (PV316) 05359 (PVD359) was originally AH-64A 86-08948 (PV318) 05360 (PVD360) was originally AH-64A 86-08951 (PV321) 05361 (PVD361) was originally AH-64A 86-08952 (PV322) 05362 (PVD362) was originally AH-64A 87-00435 (PV454) 05363 (PVD363) was originally AH-64A 86-08940 (PV310) 05364 (PVD364) was originally AH-64A 86-08955 (PV325). With 1-4th Avn, crashed during emergency landing through trees near Fort Hood, TX Sep 16, 2005 after one engine failed. Both crew suffered minor injuries. Damage categorized as Class A (repairable) (AFM Apr 2006) 05365 (PVD365) was originally AH-64A 86-08956 (PV326) 05366 (PVD366) was originally AH-64A 86-08959 (PV329) 05367 (PVD367) was originally AH-64A 86-08957 (PV327) 05368 (PVD368) was originally AH-64A 86-09030 (PV400) 05369 (PVD369) was originally AH-64A 86-09010 (PV380) 05370 (PVD370) was originally AH-64A 86-09048 (PV418). With 4/3rd ACR in hard landing near Baghdad, Iraq Apr 17, 2005. Airspeed decreased to zero in left turn but helo leveled out prior to impacting in muddy terrain. Became stuck in mud and recovered with some difficulty. Damage categorized as Class A (repairable). AFM Apr 2006 05371 (PVD371) was originally AH-64A 86-09026 (PV396) 05372 (PVD372) was originally AH-64A 86-08942 (PV312) 05373 (PVD373) was originally AH-64A 87-00453 (PV472) 05374 (PVD374) was originally AH-64A 86-09037 (PV407). With A Co/1/4th Avn crashed during training flight over Fort Hood training area N of Lake Belton, Texas Jul 11, 2005. One crew member killed, other suffered minor injuries. Helo declared a w/o. 05375 (PVD375) was originally AH-64A 86-08961 (PV331). With 1-4th Avn crashed in west Baghdad Dec 26, 2005 after colliding at night with another AH-64 which landed safely. Both crew killed. 05376 (PVD376) was originally AH-64A 86-08981 (PV351) 05377 (PVD377) was originally AH-64A 87-00493 (PV512) 05378 (PVD378) was originally AH-64A 87-00480 (PV499) 05379 (PVD379) was originally AH-64A 83-23817 (PV042) 05380 (PVD380) was originally AH-64A 85-25352 (PV173) 05381 (PVD381) was originally AH-64A 87-00421 (PV440) 05382 (PVD382) was originally AH-64A 85-25397 (PV218) 05383 (PVD383) was originally AH-64A 84-24250 (PV110) 05384 (PVD384) was originally AH-64A 85-25442 (PV263) 05385 (PVD385) was originally AH-64A 85-25484 (PV305) 05386 (PVD386) was originally AH-64A 87-00407 (PV426) 05387 (PVD387) was originally AH-64A 88-00240 (PV570) 05388 (PVD388) was originally AH-64A 88-00254 (PV584) 05389 (PVD389) was originally AH-64A 88-00256 (PV586) 05390 (PVD390) was originally AH-64A 86-08993 (PV363) 05391 (PVD391) was originally AH-64A 88-00206 (PV536) 05392 (PVD392) was originally AH-64A 88-00226 (PV556) 05393 (PVD393) was originally AH-64A 88-00241 (PV571) 05394 (PVD394) was originally AH-64A 84-24276 (PV136) 05395 (PVD395) was originally AH-64A 84-24296 (PV156). With 1-4th Avn, shot down near Meshahadah, Iraq by shoulder-launched missile Jan 16, 2006. Both crew killed. Seen at Hunter AAF Nov 2, 2014 05396 (PVD396) was originally AH-64A 86-09054 (PV424) 05397 (PVD397) was originally AH-64A 86-08989 (PV359) 05398 (PVD398) was originally AH-64A 85-25445 (PV266) 05399 (PVD399) was originally AH-64A 84-24248 (PV108) 05400 (PVD400) was originally AH-64A 84-24247 (PV107) 05401 (PVD401) was originally AH-64A 87-00456 (PV475) 05402 (PVD402) was originally AH-64A 84-24211 (PV071) 05403 (PVD403) was originally AH-64A 86-09007 (PV377) 05404 (PVD404) was originally AH-64A 85-25390 (PV211) 05405 (PVD405) was originally AH-64A 84-24295 (PV155) 05406 (PVD406) was originally AH-64A 84-24273 (PV133) 05407 (PVD407) was originally AH-64A 84-24293 (PV153) 05408 (PVD408) was originally AH-64A 84-24230 (PV090) 05409 (PVD409) was originally AH-64A 85-25353 (PV174) 05410 (PVD410) was originally AH-64A 84-24303 (PV163) 05411 (PVD411) was originally AH-64A 87-00499 (PV518) 05412 (PVD412) was originally AH-64A 86-09031 (PV401) 05413 (PVD413) was originally AH-64A 87-00414 (PV433) 05414 (PVD414) was originally AH-64A 87-00495 (PV514) 05415 (PVD415) was originally AH-64A 86-09008 (PV378) 05416 (PVD416) was originally AH-64A 86-08991 (PV361) 05417 (PVD417) was originally AH-64A 87-00467 (PV486) 05418 (PVD418) was originally AH-64A 85-25377 (PV198) 03-08003 Boeing YCH-47F (EMD) MSN M8003. Converted from 83-24121. Designated YCH-47F; Engineering and Manufacturing Development prototype aircraft converted from D model. Later inducted into F Model production line but not converted. Transferred to RAF. On display at RAF Odiham. Still on display at RAF Odiham and also reported as being a former RAF BDR aircraft 86-01677 [which became 11-08089]. The gate guard was rebuilt from salvaged parts from both US and RAF machines as a joint venture between Boeing and the RAF. 03-26979/26986 Sikorsky UH-60L Lot 27 Black Hawk 26986 (MSN 702820) 03-26987/26990 Sikorsky HH-60L Lot 27 Black Hawk 26989 for sale by US Army Contracting Command-Redstone at Madison County Executive Airport, AL, Jul 21 2016. To Department of Homeland Security as N818KB, Washington DC Apr 14, 2017 03-26991/26994 Sikorsky UH-60L Lot 27 Black Hawk 26992 MSN 702784 noted Oct 2003 as UH-60M with 1-244th Avn 26993 (B/1-150th AVN, Delaware Army NG) damaged by tornado in Iraq May 24, 2005. 26994 noted Nov 2003 as UH-60M with 1/244th Avn. 03-26995/26997 Sikorsky HH-60L Black Hawk 26997 for sale by US Army Contracting Command-Redstone at Madison County Executive Airport, AL, Jul 21 2016. To civil registry as N817KB with Department of Homeland Security Apr 14, 2017 03-33113/33124 General Atomics MQ-1 Predator 3124 MQ-1L quoted as serial of MQ-1L of 15th RS that crashed into mountainside 60 mi NE of Jalalabad, Afghanistan Feb 23, 2007. Also listed as being 03-3124, but this conflicts with a C-17A.