2006 USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised March 9, 2014


06-0001/0020		Lockheed Martin F-16C Block 52 Fighting Falcon
				c/n WJ-1/20.  To Greek AF as 001/20
				0001 first flight was Dec 5, 2008
				0003 (WJ-3) handed over to Greek AF at Fort Worth, TX Mar 19, 2009.
				
06-0031/0032		Bell/Boeing CV-22B Osprey
				0031 c/n D1012. With 1st Special Operations Wing, 8th Special Operations Squadron crashed Apr 9, 2010 near 
					Qalat, Afghanistan.  4 killed, 16 injured.
				0032 c/n D1013.  With 8th SOS, crashed 6 mi N of Hurlburt Field, Florida Jun 13, 2012.  All 5 crew survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				
06-0205			Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
				(c/n F185, C/n UK-5) For RAF as ZZ175.  Used test registration of
					N9500Z.  Accepted by RAF Feb 22, 2008 at Long Beach, delivered
					to 99 Sqdn at RAF Brize Norton Apr 7, 2008.			
06-0206/0209		Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
				For RAAF.
				0206 (c/n F166, 50167) for RAAF as A41-206.  Handed over to RAAF at Long Beach, CA
					Nov 28, 2006 and arrived in Australia Dec 4, 2006.  
				0207 (c/n F173, 50174, reserialed 07-0207) for RAAF as A41-207

06-0500			Gulfstream C-37B 
				Model G550 c/n 5152.  Ex N652GA.

06-0581			Pilatus U-28B
				c/n 581.  Previously HB-FQY/N581PC

06-0692			Pilatus U-28A
				C/n 692.  Previously HB-FQP/N692BC.  With 1st SOW/319th SOS made hard landing 
					while performing simulated engine failure approach at Selma/Craig Field AP, 
					AL Feb 9, 2009, breaking off nosewheel and causing severe damage.  Repaired 
					and reported flying again by Apr 29, 2009.   SZeen flying Mar 2014 with 318SOS/27SOW
					at Lubbock

06-0740			Pilatus U-28
				c/n 740.  Formerly on civil registry as N740AF		
		
06-1437/1438		Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
				1437 c/n 382-5586 with 143rd AS Rhode Island ANG.
				1438 c/n 382-5584 with 143rd AS Rhode Island ANG

06-1467			Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
				1467 c/n 5585 146th AW/115th AS Channel Islands ANG, CA

06-2110/2119		Lockheed Martin F-16D Block 52 Fighting Falcon
				c/n WK-1/10 (but order is uncertain).  For Greek AF as 0021/0030

06-3157/3173		General Atomics MQ-1B Predator
				c/n P157/P173
				3157 (c/n P157) crashed 1.5 mi From Ali AB, Iraq Oc 19, 2008.
				3158 c/n P158 (432nd Wing, 361st ERS) crashed near Balad AB, Iraq Apr 8, 2008
					following engine failure
				3161 (432nd Wing) crashed 7 mi NW of Kandahar, Afghanistan Nov 20, 2009.
				3163 with 432nd RW crashed 37 mi NW of Ali AB, Iraq Nov 29, 2007 when
					satellite link failed.  Remains destroyed next day by F-16s.
				3165 with 432nd Wing crashed after takeoff from Ali AB, Iraq May 2, 2008.
				3167 with 451st AEG/62nd ERS crashed Nov 2, 2008 after launching
					from Kandahar Nov 2, 2008 with asymmetric weapons load,
					controller overshot required turning point and commanded
					aggressive port turn.  Aircraft rolled over, departed
					controlled flight, spun, crashed, and caught fire.  
					Wreckage recovered and shipped back to Creech AFB, NV.
				3168/9 c/n P-168/9
				3169 451st AEG/62nd ERS crashed 6 mi S of Kandahar AB, Afghanistan
					Jun 12, 2008 due to loss of control.  Destroyed by friendly	fire.
				3173 crashed in Gulf of Aden due to component failure May 7, 2011.

06-3171			Lockheed C-130J Hercules
				c/n 382-5641.  Serial conflicts with Predators above

06-3174			General Atomics MQ-1B Predator
				3174 lost and presumed crashed out of Jalabad, Afghanistan Jul 10, 2011.

06-3178			General Atomics MQ-1B Predator
				3178 crashed 1.7 mi SW of forward operating base in Afghanistan Aug 20, 2011 due to broken variable pitch
					propeller quill shaft.

06-3814/3868		Raytheon T-6A Texan II
				3814/3848 c/n PT369/PT403
				3851 (71st FTW/8th FTS) in forced landing short of runway at Vance AFB, OK
					Jun 4, 2008 following uncommanded engine power changes immediately after
					takeoff.  Pilot attempted to return but on shutting down engine
					the prop would not feather, causing unexpected high rate of descent.
					Both occupants unhurt, but aircraft suffered Class A damage.  In 2010 was 
					at USAF Museum, WPAFB.

06-4016			General Atomics MQ-9B Reaper
				c/n PB016.

06-4105			General Atomics MQ-9A Reaper
				crashed Victoria, Republic of Seychelles due to uncommanded engine shutdown Dec 13, 2011.

06-4108/4130		Lockheed Martin F-22A Block 30 Raptor
				c/n 4108/4130
				4125 (525th FS) crashed 100 mi N of Anchorage, Alaska during night time exercise Nov 16, 2010.
					Ejector seat was found, and pilot was presumed killed.

06-4167			Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules
				c/n 382-5585				

06-4631/4634		Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
				4631 c/n 382-5582 with 463rd AG at Little Rock AFB
				4632 c/n 382-5587 with 463rd AG at Little Rock AFB
				4633 c/n 382-5588 with 463rd AG at Little Rock AFB
				4634 c/n 382-5589 with 463rd AG at Little Rock AFB

06-5582			Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
				c/n 382-5582.  Temporary serials for test flying and delivery of 06-4631

06-5587/5589		Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
				c/n 382-5587,5588, 5589.  Temporary serials for test flying and delivery of 06-4632/4634
				
06-6154/6168		Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
				6154/6158 c/n 50162/50166 (F161/F165), 6159/6164 c/n 50168/50173 (F167/F172), 
					6165/6167 c/n 50175/50177(F174/F176), 6168 c/n 50179 (F178)
				6154 to Travis AFB.  Named "Spirit of Solano"
				6155 to Travis AFB
				6156 to Travis AFB.  Named "Spirit of the Golden Bear". Seen at
					RAF Mildenhall Sep 27, 2006.
				6158 named "Spirit of 911 Let's Roll"
				6159 named "Spirit of the Golden Gate"
				6164 (301st ALS)
				6165 to Dover AFB, named "Spirit of the Constitution"
				6166 to Dover AFB
				6166 to Travis AFB
				6167 to Dover AFB
				6168 to Dover AFB

06-8159			Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules
				c/n 382-5581 with 815th AS at Keesler AFB, MS

06-8610/8612		Lockheed C-130J-30 Hercules
				8610 c/n 382-5621
				8611 c/n 382-5619
				8612 c/n 382-5620

                                           *Army Serials Start Here*

06-03763/03768		Boeing MH-47G Chinook
				Rebuilds of existing airframes
				03763 c/n M3763 ex 81-23386 
				03764 c/n M3764 ex 89-00161 
				03765 c/n M3765 ex 85-24342 
				03766 c/n M3766 ex 89-00131 
				03767 c/n M3767 ex 85-24361 
				03768 c/n M3768 ex 85-24360 

06-07014/07027		Boeing AH-64D Longbow Apache
				c/n DUS014/DUS027.  New build wartime replacement aircraft

06-08018/08032		Boeing CH-47F Chinook
				c/n M.8018/M.8032.  Rebuilds of existing airframes
				08018 ex 85-24344
				08019 ex 84-24169
				08020 ex 83-24119
				08021 ex 83-23382
				08022 ex 83-24105
				08023 ex 86-01640
				08024 ex 83-23389
				08025 ex 85-24366
				08026 ex 81-23383
				08027 ex 83-24125
				08028 ex 84-24164
				08029 ex 81-23384
				08030 ex 85-24363
				08031 ex 85-24173
				08032 ex 83-24103

06-08718/08720  		Boeing CH-47F Chinook
                        c/n M.8718/M.8720. New builds.

06-27024			Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk

06-27069/27108		Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
				27073 (c/n 702882) to Brazilian AF as 8901
				27074 (c/n 702885) to Brazilian AF as 8902
				27075 to AMARC Apr 3, 2013.  Will be converted to HH-60G for USAF
				27077 With D Coy/4-6th Cav suffered tail rotor problem and crashed in northern
					Iraq Aug 22, 2007.  All 14 onboard killed.
				27103 to Colombian Army as EJC-185 then to EJC-2185
				27104 (c/n 702931) to Colombian Army as EJC-186, then to EJC-2186
06-27109/27113		Sikorsky HH-60L Pave Hawk
				27109 damaged Jul 28, 2012
				27110 (c/n 703007)
06-27114/27115		Sikorsky MH-60L Black Hawk
				27114 (c/n 703063) to Colombian AF as FAC-4136
				27115 (c/n 703072) to Colombian AF as FAC-4137
06-27116/27118		Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
				27116 (c/n 703373) to Brazilian AF as 8903.
				27117 (c/n 702971) to Brazilian AF as 8904.
				27118 (c/n 703011) to Brazilian AF as 8905.


06-72001/72008		Eurocopter UH-72A Lakota
				The number 72 is prefixed to the sequence number to make 5 digits.