Recent Updates to List of USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised February 4, 2019



 41-20622 Ryan PT-22 MSN 1831. To civil register as N22AL with 
American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, 
Midland, Texas. 
42-107657 B-26C-45-MO Marauder Active with Groupe de Bombardement 1/22 le 
Escadre Armee de l’Air as part of 1st Tactical 
Air Force 1944-45. 
43-31983 UC-78 Bobcat MSN 5921. Registered as N672 with Hoosier 
Warbirds Inc Auburn, Indiana and noted there 
in September 2018. 
43-49942 C-47B-20-DK MSN 15758/27203. As of December 2008 
registered as N47HL named “Bluebonnet Belle” 
and operated by the Commemorative Air Force, 
Midland, Texas. Crashed on July 21, 2018 while 
getting airborne from Burnet, Texas. All 13 on 
board got out of the aircraft before it was engulfed in 
flames. 
44-80475 L-4J Grasshopper MSN 12771. To HB-OSO and in 1974 registerd as 
D-EFRI then OE-ARI. 
44-86427 B-29-60-MO Superfortress As KB-29P delivered to 97th Air Refuelling 
Squadron at Biggs AAF, Texas on September 1, 
1950. 
49-3072 T-6G Texan MSN 168-176. In June 2006 painted as USN SNJ-5 
Serial 3072. To Boultbee Classic LLP of London on 
June 13, 2013 and operated in a warbird pilot 
conversion course/training programme. Repainted in 
2018 as Harvard T.2B KF402 Royal Auxiliary Air 
Force. 
51-16255 OH-23B Raven MSN 447. Noted on display in September 2018 at 
The Hoosier Air Musuem, Auburn, Indiana. 
52-950 C-124C Globemaster II MSN 43859. Ative in May 1965 with 63rd Troop 
Carrier Wing. 
57-1474 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17545/T0154. As KC-135R transferred in 
October 2018 to 351st Air Refuelling Squadron/100th Air Refuelling Wing at RAF Mildenhall, Suffolk. 
48-085 B-50D-90-BO Superfortress MSN 15894. As KB-50J active with 420th Air 
Refuelling Squadron at RAF Sculthorpe. 
58-0104 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17849/T0319. As KC-135R transferred in 
October 2018 from 108th Air Refuelling Squadron 
/126th Air Refuelling Wing of Illinois ANG to 133rd 
Air Refuelling Squadron NewHampshire Air 
National Guard. 
49-1081 F-86A-5-NA Sabre MSN 161-75. Active in June 1953 with 81st Fighter 
Interceptor Wing. 
59-1501 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17989/T0404. With 92nd Bomb Wing in 
February 1983. Converted to KC-135R and by 
February 2013 active with 97th Air Mobility Wing at 
Altus AFB, Oklahoma. In June 2016 active with 
927th Air Refuelling Wing at MacDill AFB, Florida. 
59-1512 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 18000/T0415. Active in October 1974 with 
456th Bomb Wing. Converted to KC-135Q and 
active in September 1977 at RAF Mildenhall with 
100th Air Refuelling Wing in support of Detachment 4 SR-71A Blackbird operations. In 1995 to KC-135T and active in November 2018 with 171st Air Refuelling Squadron Maine ANG at Selfridge ANG Base. 
59-1659 UH-1A-BF Iroquois MSN 118. In 1961 assigned to the Utility Tactical 
Transport Helicopter Company at Okinawa and 
deployed to Vietnam in July 1962. On display at Fort 
Derussy military museum, Honolulu, Hawaii. 
60-0336 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 18111/T0450. As KC-135Q active in 
November 1979 with 380th Bomb Wing at 
Platsburgh AFB, New York. Converted to KC-135T 
and active in August 2016 with 22nd Air Refuelling 
Wing at McConnell AFB, Kansas. 
61-0022 B-52H-170-BW Stratofortress MSN 464449. Active in May 1995 and September 
2003 with 93rd Bomb Squadron/917th Wing at 
Barksdale AFB, Louisiana. 
62-3508 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 18491. Converted to KC-135R and active in 
November 1987 with 11th Air Refuelling 
Squadron/340th Air Refuelling Wing at Altus AFB, 
Oklahoma. In May 2014 with 141st Air Refuelling 
Squadron/ 108th Air Refuelling Wing New Jersey 
ANG. 
63-8622 UH-1B-BF Iroquois MSN 844. On September 2, 1997 registered as 
N5073X to Growers Aviation Inc, Metter, Georgia, 
then on October 10, 2008 registered to Kratz Aerial 
Agricultural Service, Lamoure, North Dakota and on 
January 12, 2017 to Martins Dusters Incorporated, 
Colusa, California. 
63-7889 C-130E-LM Hercules MSN 382-3960. Active in June 1965 with 1611th Air 
Transport Wing. 
63-8023 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 18640. As KC-135R active in February 2015 
with 126th Air Refuelling Squadron of Wisconsin 
Air National Guard. 
63-8036 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 18653. As KC-135R active in September 1991 
with 99th Air Refuelling Squadron/19th Air 
Refuelling Wing at Robins AFB, Georgia. In 2017 
with 197th Air Refuelling Squadron of Arizona Air 
National Guard at Phoenix IAP. 
64-14833 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 18773. Active in November 1986 with 97th 
Bomb Wing at Blytheville AFB, Arkansas. 
64-15145 OH-23G Raven Noted on display in October 2018 at the Republic of 
Korea Army Aviation Musuem, Seoul. 
67-17279 UH-1H-BF Iroquois MSN 9477. To Singapore Air Force as 262 then to 
N443VA with NWH Turbines, Olympia, Washington 
in April 2011. On December 15, 2018 registered to 
Mach 7 Llc, Coral Gables, Florida. 
67-17495 UH-1H-BF Iroquois MSN 9693. To South Korea as 17495 and preserved 
in October 2018 at Sunshine Land, Nonsan. 
68-0244 FB-111A MSN B1-16. Named “Lucky Strike” with 380th 
Bomb Wing at Plattsburg AFB, New York in 1987. 
68-0249 FB-111A MSN B1-21. Named “Full House” with 509th Bomb 
Wing at Pease AFB, New Hampshire in 1987. 
68-0256 FB-111A MSN B1-28. Named “Straight Flush” with 509th 
Bomb Wing at Pease AFB, New Hampshire in 1987. 
68-0257 FB-111A MSN B1-29. Named “Next Objective” with 509th 
Bomb Wing at Pease AFB, New Hampshire in 1987. 
68-0258 FB-111A MSN B1-30. Named “Jabbit IV” with 509th Bomb 
Wing at Pease AFB, New Hampshire in 1987. 
68-0260 FB-111A MSN B1-32. Named “Snafu” with 380th Bomb 
Wing at Plattsburg AFB, New York in 1987. 
68-0267 FB-111A MSN B1-39. Named “Troublemaker” with 509th 
Bomb Wing at Pease AFB, New Hampshire in 1987. 
68-0276 FB-111A MSN B1-48. Named “Gruesoms Maid” with 509th 
Bomb Wing at Pease AFB, New Hampshire in 1987. 
68-15554 UH-1H-BF Iroquois MSN 10484. In July 2012 to ZS-HLP with FFA 
Aviation and crashed on 23 October 2018 whilst fire-fighting at Vermaaklikheid, Southern Cape. 
68-16182 UH-1H-BF Iroquois MSN 10841. To South Korea as 16182 and preserved 
in October 2018 at Chuncheon Air Base. 
69-6430 A-37B Dragonfly MSN 43275. As OA-37B to Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya 
as 285 and still active in November 2018. 
69-6503 FB-111A MSN B1-65. Named “Mission Maid” with 509th 
Bomb Wing at Pease AFB, New Hampshire in 1987. 
69-6506 FB-111A MSN B1-68. Named “Lady Lightning” with 509th 
Bomb Wing at Pease AFB, New Hampshire in 1987. 
70-16299 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 12604. Swedish registration SE-HUJ cancelled 
on August 7, 2018 on export of helicopter to South 
Africa. 
71-1454 U-17B MSN 185-02000. As 1454 with Royal Thai Army 
crashed on July 5, 2018 near Ban Huai Sai Khao.. 
72-0179 A-7D-12-CV Corsair II MSN D.301. Active in November 1979 with 23rd 
Tactical Fighter Wing at England AFB, Louisiana. 
73-21846 UH-1H-BH Iroquois MSN 13534. To Spanish Army as HU.10-47 and in 
October 2018 in use as instructional airframe at the 
Academia de Logistica del Ejercito de Tierra at 
Calatayud. 
73-21849 UH-1H-BH Iroquois MSN 13537. To Spanish Army as HU.10-50 and in 
October 2018 in use as instructional airframe at the 
Academia de Logistica del Ejercito de Tierra at 
Calatayud. 
73-22116 UH-1H-BF Iroquois MSN 13599. To Spanish Army as HU.10-68 and in 
use in October 2018 as instructional airframe at the 
IES Augusto Gonzales de Linares, Santander. 
78-23179 UH-1H-BF Iroquois MSN 13996. To Spanish Army as HU.10-76 and in 
October 2018 in use as instructional airframe at the 
Acaemia de Logistica del Ejercito de Tierra at 
Calatayud. 
79-0123 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN A10-0387. Active in July 1982 with 81st 
Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF Bentwaters, England. 
Converted to A-10C. 
79-0202 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN A10-0466. Active in February 1986 with 75th 
Tactical Fighter Squadron/23rd Tactical Fighter Wing at England AFB, Louisiana. Converted to A- 10C. 
79-0204 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN A10-0468. Active in February 1986 with 75th 
Tactical Fighter Squadron/23rd Tactical Fighter 
Wing at England AFB, Louisiana. Converted to 
A-10C. 
80-0786 F-117A Nighthawk MSN A.4011. Took part in Operation Desert Storm 
when named “War Pig” with 37th Tactical Fighter 
Wing (Provisional) at King Khalid Air Base, Saudi 
Arabia and flew 24 combat sorties. 
80-0789 F-117A Nighthawk MSN A.4014. Took part in Operation Desert Storm 
when named “Black Magic” with 37th Tactical 
Fighter Wing (Provisional) at King Khalid Air 
Base, Saudi Arabia and flew 31 combat sorties. 
80-0790 F-117A Nighthawk MSN A.4015. Took part in Operation Desert Storm 
when named “Deadly Jester” with 37th Tactical 
Fighter Wing (Provisional) at King Khalid Air Base, 
Saudi Arabia and flew 30 combat sorties. 
83-0019 F-15C-35-MC Eagle MSN 0866/C279. Active in October 2017 with 
433rd WPS/57th Wing at Nellis AFB, Nevada. 
84-0187 KC-10A Extender MSN 48226. Named “Shamu” in May 1989 with 
22nd Air Refuelling Wing at March AFB, 
California. 
86-0122 B-1B Lancer Lot V MSN 82. Named “No Antidote” with 9th Bomb 
Squadron/7th Bomb Wing at Dyess AFB, Texas in 
November 2009. 
87-0282 F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon MSN 5C-543. Active since 2009 with100th 
Fighter Squadron/187th Fighter Wing at Dannelly 
Field ANG Base, Montgomery, Alabama. 
07-1469 C-130J-30 Active in December 2018 with 146th AW/115th AS 
Channel Islands ANG, California. 
14-03050 AH-64E Apache Guardian MSN NM050. Noted in August 2017 at Gray Army 
Airfield, Joint Base Lewis-McCord, Washington. 
15-03051 AH-64E Apache Guardian MSN NM051. Noted in August 2017 at Gray Army 
Airfield, Joint Base Lewis-McCord, Washington. 
63-7869		C-130E-LM A wee bit more information than you have:
4/64: TOS USAF.
By 1974: 317th Tactical Airlift Wing, Pope AFB, NC.
1977: 193rd Special Operations Squadron, 193rd Special Operations Wing (ANG), Harrisburg ANGB, Middletown, PA.
9/02: Lockheed, Palmdale, CA. To be dismantled 
9/03: Mission equipment to EC-130J 98-1932.

82-8000		VC-25A
1987: Boeing Company with c/r N1788B.
5/16/87: First flight.
3/90:  Boeing Company with c/r N6005C.
s/n 86-8800 ntu. Reserialed 82-8000 to continue sequence of Presidential transport serials. (VC-137C 62-6000 and 72-7000)
8/23/90: TOS USAF, assigned to 89th Military Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.
7/12/91: 89th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.
4/1/01: Presidential Airlift Group, 89th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD

85-1607		C-31A	MSN 10652	
4/16/83: Fokker BV with c/r PH-EXB; registered for flight testing. 
4/20/83: First flight.
1984: Leased to US Government; lease agreement for later delivery to U.S. Army Parachute Team.
11/25/85: c/r PH-EXB cancelled.
11/28/85: Fokker BV with c/r PH-FUA; registered for delivery flight.
11/28/85: Operated by U.S. Army Parachute Team (Golden Knights), Ft. Bragg, NC with s/n 85-1607, delivered this date.
1988: TOS USA as 85-1607, assigned to U.S. Army Parachute Team (Golden Knights), Ft. Bragg, NC. (Purchased from lease)
9/23/18: Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.

85-1608		C-31A
5/84: Fokker BV with c/r PH-EXJ; registered for flight testing.
5/24/84: First flight.
1984: Leased to US Government; lease agreement for later delivery to U.S. Army Parachute Team.
11/85: Re-registered PH-FUB for delivery flight.
11/28/85: Operated by U.S. Army Parachute Team (Golden Knights), Ft. Bragg, NC with s/n 85-1608; delivered this date.
1988: TOS USA as 85-1608, assigned to U.S. Army Parachute Team (Golden Knights), Ft. Bragg, NC. (Purchased from lease)

91-0502		C-26B
1992: Fairchild Aircraft Inc., San Antonio, TX with c/r N3005W.
7/92: TOS USAF as C-26B. Assigned to 132nd Fighter Wing (ANG), Des Moines, IA.
12/97: TOS USN as C-26D 910502.
7/99: NAF Naples, Italy.
6/13/05: c/r N3005W cancelled.
By 2012: NAS Sigonella, Italy.

91-0508		C-26B	MSN DC-809M
1992: Fairchild Aircraft Inc., San Antonio, TX with c/r N3008Q.
9/92: TOS USAF.
9/18/97: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as CB0001.
7/6/99: TOS Colombia Police as FAC124.

91-0513		C-26B
Ca.1991: TOS USAF.
By 11/98: TOS USA.
By 11/98 to after 10/14: Operational Support Airlift Command, Detachment 24, McEntire ANG Station, SC.
By 4/12: Converted to C-26E.

91-0572		C-26B
Ca.1991: TOS USAF.
BY 10/98: TOS USA.
By 10/98 to after 12/08: Operational Support Airlift Command, Detachment 30, Robinson AAF, AR.
By 8/11: Operational Support Airlift Command, Detachment 21, Rickenbacker ANG Base, OH.

92-9000		VC-25A
1987: Boeing Company with c/r N60659
10/29/87: First flight
s/n 86-8900 ntu. Reserialed 92-9000 to continue sequence of Presidential transport serials. (VC-137C 62-6000 and 72-7000)
12/20/90: TOS USAF, assigned to 89th Military Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.
7/12/91: 89th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.
4/1/01: Presidential Airlift Group, 89th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD

94-0261		C-26B
1994: Fairchild Aircraft Inc., San Antonio, TX with c/r N30273.
2/95: TOS USAF.
4/97: US Air Force with c/r N261CD.
By 7/98: 139th Airlift Squadron, 109th Airlift Wing (ANG), Stratton ANG Station, NY.
Ca.7/00: Converted to RC-26B. 
7/21/00: Air Cerberus Inc, Arlington VA with c/r N6135Y. (Non-existent entity used for spy planes.)
Ca.7/21/00: 138th Fighter Squadron, 174th Wing (ANG), Hancock ANGB, Syracuse, NY. (c/r while with this unit) 
After 5/12: 150th Special Operations Wing (ANG), Kirkland AFB , Albuquerque, NM.
By 2016: 132nd Wing (ANG), Des Moines, IA.
By 3/17: 214th Reconnaissance Group (ANG) , Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.
By 1/18: 111th Reconnaissance Squadron/147th Attack Wing (ANG), Ellington JRB Base, Houston, TX

98-0001		VC-32A
By 2/98: Boeing Company, Renton, WA with c/r N3519L.
2/11/98: First flight.
6/1/98: TOS USAF, assigned to 1st Airlift Squadron, 89th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.

98-0002		VC-32A
By 4/98: Boeing Company, Renton, WA with c/r N3519M.
4/13/98: First flight.
5/29/98: TOS USAF, assigned to 1st Airlift Squadron, 89th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.

99-0004		VC-32A
11/5/98: First flight.
11/25/98: TOS USAF, assigned to 1st Airlift Squadron, 89th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD

a) 48-338 missing:

29.06.50 The C-119 suffered an engine failure and crash-landed near Decatur, AL 0(5).
 
b) 48-342 missing:

15.07.51 The C-119 suffered an engine failure and made a gear-up landing 12,9 km W of El Paso, TX 0(14).
 
c) 48-348 missing:

23.08.53 The C-119 ditched after engine failure 5 km W off Laiya, Philippines 0(?).
 
d) 49-103 missing:

25.07.52 The C-119 made a forced landing due to engine failure 3,2 km NE of Niigata AB, Japan (KIJ) 0(?).
 
e) 49-126 missing:

14.02.53 The C-119 crash-landed after engine failure 0,4 km W of Jackson-Hawkins Field, MS (HKS) 0(?).
 
f) 49-128 DBR in a later accident:

27.12.55 The C-119 was damaged beyond repair during takeoff from Sparrevohn AFS, AK (SVW) 0(8).
 
g) 49-150 DBR in a later accident:

04.01.52 The C-119 was damaged beyond repair in a forced landing 19 km NE of Hachita, NM 0(4).
 
h) 49-152
    delete N13746: this reg belongs to 48-352 !!!
 
i) 49-160 missing:

11.03.53 The C-119 lost an engine and crashed 10 km SE of Daejeon, South Korea 0(4) after the crew had bailed out.
 
j) 49-161 DBR in a later accident:

23.06.53 The C-119 crashed at sea 24 km NNE off Ashiya AB, Japan (RJFA) 7(7).
 
k) 49-173 missing:

29.04.52 The C-119 impacted a ridge on approach 13 km NW of Ashiya AB, Japan (RJFA) 4(4).
 
l) 49-175 missing:

09.10.52 The C-119 was damaged beyond repair during landing at Iwakuni MCAS, Japan (RJOI) 0(?).
 
m) 49-186 DBR in a later accident as 186 from Civil Air Transport:

23.03.54 The C-119 was damaged beyond repair during takeoff from Haiphong-Cat Bi AB, Vietnam (HPH) 0(?).
 
n) 49-194 add N13742 crashed:

W/O 08.07.81 The C-119 crashed during fire fighting near Frazier Park, CA 2(2), reg canx 03.07.84.
 
References:

1.  Glenn Chatfield with information from Peter
2.  Glenn Chatfield
3.  Werner Fischdick