1955 USAF Serial Numbers


Last Revised September 10, 2021


55-001/045		Lockheed C-130A-LM Hercules
				MSN 182-3028/3072.	
				001 (MSN 182-3028) to South Vietnam AF.  Returned to USAF.  Corroded at TSN
				002 (MSN 182-3029, 167th TAS) ran off runway at Bien Hoa AB and
					burned Apr 6, 1975.  Believe this was SVAF unit
				003 (MSN 182-3030) to Honduras AF as FAH557, stored at Toncontin, Honduras by Nov 1999
				004 (MSN 182-3031) to AMARC as CF085 Apr 16, 1990.  In complete shape Mar 2003, no
					props by Nov 2001, To National Aircraft Mar 2002.
				005 (MSN 182-3032) to South Vietnam AF.  Corroded at TSN
				006 (MSN 182-3033) to South Vietnam AF.  W/o Apr 1975.
				007 (MSN 182-3034) to Bolivian AF as TAM 65.  WFU Feb 1997, stored La Paz,
					Bolivia, no engines by Mar 2000, same Apr 2003.
				008 (MSN 182-3035) to SVAF, returned to USAF.  To Peruvian Navy as AT-530. 
					Sold on civil market as N130SA "Powermaster". N120TG primary owner   International Air Response, Inc, Mesa, AZ
				009 (MSN 182-3036) destroyed by rocket at Da Nang AB Jul 15, 1967.
				010 (MSN 182-3037) to Chad AF as TT-PAE Jul 12988.  Confisciated by Portuguese
					government Feb 1990, sold for spares Jan 1991, at scrapyard at Arranho, Villa
					Franca de Xira, Sep 1997
				011 (MSN 182-3038) modified to "Pave Pronto" AC-130A gunship prototype in 1969.   Named “Plain Jane” with 711th Special        
					Operations Squadron in July 1987. To AMARC as CF0168 Nov 15, 1994.  
					At AMARC with no engines Jan 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				012 (MSN 182-3039) to South Vietnam AF.  Returned to USAF.  To MASDC as CF022 Aug 14, 1976.   Nose at ONT CA
				013 (MSN 182-3040) to South Vietnam AF.  Corroded at TSN
				014 (MSN 182-3041) converted to "Pave Pronto" AC-130A in 1968.  Now on display at Robins AFB Museum as of Mar 1996, 
					on loan from USAF Museum.
				015 (MSN 182-3042) to Honduras AF as FAH558
				016 (MSN 182-3043) to South Vietnam AF.  Shot down while landing at Song
					Be Dec 25, 1974
				017 (MSN 182-3044) to South Vietnam AF.  W/o Apr 1975.
				018 (MSN 182-3045) Delivered Nov57. 40th Troop Carrier Squadron, Évreux-Fauville 
					Air Base, France. 115th Tactical Airlift Squadron, California Air National Guard. 
					167th Tactical Airlift Squadron, West Virginia Air National Guard. 
					180th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Missouri Air National Guard. 105th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 
					Tennessee Air National Guard  To AMARC as CF081 Mar 7, 1990.  To French AF Oct 28, 1994 for use as a ground
					instructional airframe.  Installed as a training aid in the cargo handling school, 
					Centre d'instruction des équipages de transport (CIET 00.340) at AB 101, Toulouse-Francazal by Feb95. 
					Transferred to Centre d'essais aéronautiques de Toulouse (CEAT) at Toulouse-Balma in 2011. 
					Renamed Le centre DGA Techniques Aéronautiques (DGA TA). 
				019 (MSN 182-3046) 109thTAS MN ANG to MASDC as CF005 19May76-09Nov84.
					to ground trainer as GC-130A at Hanscom AFB.  GC-130A (fuselage) 57th & 85th Aerial Port Sqns \
					(load trainer).  No wings or tail by Jan 1989.  Scrapped 15Sep20
				020 (MSN 182-3047, 40th TCS) crashed in bad weather 
					7 mi N of Alencon, France May 8, 1962.  All 15 aboard killed.
				021 (MSN 182-3048) to US Navy as DC-130A BuNo 158228.  
				022 (MSN 182-3049) to NC-130A.  Assigned to 322nd Air Division, Eglin AFB, Florida.  4950th Test Wing, 
					Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson, OH [noted Aug81].  Was still in use with 
					46th Test Wing, Eglin AFB until 2003.  Retired Oct 3, 2003.   Has been sitting on Pierce Field, Eglin 
					Aux Field 2.  Still there in Feb 2009.
				023 (MSN 182-3050) 9/13/56: TOS USAF. First C-130 operational with USAF. 
					12/19/56: 815th Troop Carrier Squadron, 463rd Troop Carrier Wing, Ardmore AFB, OK. 
					Ca.1960: 115th Fighter Interceptor Group (ANG) Truax Field, WI. 
					By 5/66:  815th Troop Carrier Squadron, 315th Air Division, Tachikawa Air Base, Japan. 
					Ca.1966: 374th Tactical Airlift Wing, Naha Air Base, Okinawa. 
					3/68: While flying in operation Blind Bat in Vietnam, aircraft suffered serious damage from 
					anti-aircraft fire, including inflight fire inside and outside aircraft. 
					4/68 to 10/68: Aircraft underwent repairs at Cam Rain Air Base before being sent back to Lockheed in USA. 
					11/68 to 6/69: Aircraft underwent extensive repairs by Lockheed, who then later converted the aircraft to NC-130A. 
					2/71: 21st Tactical Airlift Squadron, Ching Chuan Kang Air Base, Taiwan. 
					Ca.1972: 142nd Tactical Airlift Squadron, New Castle County Airport (later New Castle ANGB), DE. 
					12/73: 64th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 928th Airlift Wing (AFRES), OHare Airport, Chicago, IL. 
					By 7/85: 928th Airlift Wing redesignated 440th Tactical Airlift Wing. 
					By 4/89: 176th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Wisconsin ANG, Truax Field ANGB, WI. 
					10/19/89: Ferry flight to Dyess AFB, TX for display at the Linear Air Park/Texas Museum of Military History.
				024 (MSN 182-3051) to NC-130A.  4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson, OH [noted Aug81]
					To AMARC as CF062 Nov 26, 1986.  Seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				025 (MSN 182-3052) to Peruvian Navy as AT-531. Transferred to Peruvian Air Force as 
					FAP-381. Received alternate civil registration OB-1394 in 1987.  Sold on civil market as N226LS.  
					To Lester Surall Evangelistic Association as N226LS in 1990.  To Raytheon E Systems as N226LS in 2000.  Sold
					to GIA International, Ltd May 2002.  Under restoration at Chandler Jun 2003.
					as N130HGL, registered to GIA International as N226LS as of Feb 2004.  Registration
					N226LS cancelled by FAA Jul 26, 2006 on sale to owner in Central
					African Republic. To TL-KNK
				026 (MSN 182-3053) to AMARC as CF086 Apr 1990.  To US Army registry as ZF0008
					Jun 6, 1994.  Back to AMARC as CF152 Jun 7, 1994.  Intact March 2006,
					No props and sold to National Aircraft Mar 2002.  WFU at DMI yard Oct 2002
				027 (MSN 182-3054) to South Vietnam AF.  Returned to USAF.  To Mexican AF for parts, SOC 1997
				028 (MSN 182-3055) to Mexican AF as FAM 10604 Sep 1988. stored at Santa Lucia
					Air Base, no engines, Mar 2003.
				029 (MSN 182-3056) converted to "Pave Pronto" AC-130A in 1970.  To AMARC as CF0167 Nov 15, 1994.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Scrapped Jun 4, 2010.
				030 (MSN 182-3057) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-385. WFU by 2001.  Wings removed, fuselage now in
					storage at FAP Group 8 base, Lima international airport since Jul 2001
				031 (MSN 182-3058) converted to C-130D.  to Mexican AF as FAM 10605, 
					possibly reserialed 3605.
				032 (MSN 182-3059) to AMARC as CF072.  Withdrawn from AMARC Apr 89 and derelict
					on tank target range at Ft Lewis, WA Dec 1989.
				033 (MSN 182-3060) to AMARC as CF077 Jan 25, 1989.  Delivered to National
					Aircraft as scrap Oct 2002
				034 (MSN 182-3061) to South Vietnam AF, returned to USAF. To MASDC as CF002 Feb 1976.  To Kirtland AFB, NM Mar 1985, 
					deleted from USAF inventory Jan 1986
				035 (MSN 182-3062) sold to South Vietnam.  to Mexican AF for spare parts.  SOC May 1997
				036 (MSN 182-3063) to AMARC as CF073 Aug 12, 1987.  No props, delivered to
					National Aircraft as scrap Oct 2002.
				037 (MSN 182-3064) 1957: TOS USAF. 
					By 8/58: 773rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 483rd Troop Carrier Wing, 315th Air Division, Tachikawa Air Base, Japan. 
					Ca. 1/59: 815th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Tachikawa AB, Japan. 
					7/66: 35th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 374th Troop Carrier Wing, Naha AB, Okinawa. 
					1971: 109th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Minnesota ANG, Minneapolis-Saint Paul Airport. 
					4/73: Belly landed at Duluth, MN airport. 
					Ca. 1974: 167th Tactical Airlift Squadron, West Virginia ANG, Shepherd Field (later Eastern WV Regional Airport), 
					Martinsburg, WV. 
					1976: 180th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Missouri ANG, Rosecrans Memorial Airport, St Joseph, MO. 
					5/84: Chanute Technical Training Center, Chanute AFB, Rantoul, IL.  5/84: Redesignated GC-130A. 
					6/90: Placed on display in Thunderbird Air Park, Chanute AFB. 
					By 6/93: To Chanute Air Museum, Chanute AFB (formerly), Rantoul, IL. 
					10/31/15: Chanute Museum closed, the plane was destined for scrapping, but was moved May 20, 2016 
					to Missouri Museum of Military History at Jefferson City, MO, where it is being put back together. 
				038 (MSN 182-3065, 35th TCS) struck water and crashed before landing
					at Qui Nhon Sept 18, 1965.
				039 (MSN 182-3066, 817th TCS) destroyed by mortar attack at Da Nang
					AB Jul 1, 1965.
				040 (MSN 182-3067) converted to "Pave Pronto" AC-130A.  To MASDC as CF018 Jun 3, 1976.
					No outer wings by Mar 2000.
				041 (MSN 182-3068) to AMARC as CF068 Apr 30, 1987.  Sold to National Aircraft
					as scrap Mar 2002.
				042 (MSN 182-3069, 817th TCS) destroyed by mortar attack at Da Nang
					AB Jul 1, 1965.
				043 (MSN 182-3070) converted to "Pave Pronto" AC-130A in 1970.  Shot down Jun 18, 1972 by SA-7 
					over A Shau Valley in Vietnam.  3 bailed out and were rescued, 12 KIA in crash.
				044 (MSN 182-3071, 16th SOS, *Promethius* ) converted to "Pave Pronto" AC-130A.  Suffered inflight
					emergency when 2 engines failed Nov18-25, 1971.  Made it back to base.  Damaged by 37 mm shell Dec 1971 but
					repaired.  Shot down Mar 28/29, 1972 by SA-2 over Laos. All 14 crew KIA.
					Wreck site surveyed Feb 1986 and some remains recovered.
				045 (MSN 182-3072) to South Vietnam AF. DBR in Vietnam Apr 1975.
55-046/048		Lockheed C-130A-20-LM Hercules
				MSN 182-3073/3075.
				046 (MSN 182-3073) assigned to 463rd TCW, then to 483rd TCW.  Converted to "Pave Pronto" AC-130A in 1969. 
					Named "Proud Warrior" with 711th SOS in Oct 1989.  To AMARC as CF0166 Nov 15, 1994.  No props by Nov 2001.
				047 (MSN 182-3074) to AMARC as CF070 May 1987.  To Fort Benning, GA as paratroop ground trainer
					as of Mar 1995.
				048 (MSN 182-3075) at MASDC as CF004 Jun 1976.  To Camp Bullis as ground 
					trainer Dec 1983.  No wings by Apr 1999.
55-049/051		Boeing B-52D-1-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464001/464003
				049 (MSN 464001) to MASDC from 2nd BW as BC245 10/4/78.  Scrapped
				050 (MSN 464002) (43rd SW, 307th BW) shot down by two SA-2 SAMs over North
					Vietnam Dec 21, 1972 during Linebacker II.  All
					six crewmembers ejected and became POWs.
				051 (MSN 464003) to MASDC from 97th BW as BC263 11/14/78.  Scrapped
55-052/054		Boeing B-52D-5-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464004/464006
				052 (MSN 464004) landed back at U-Tapao with SAM damage Nov 22, 1972.  Repaired and returned to
					service.  To MASDC from 416th BW as BC238 9/21/78.  Scrapped
				053 (MSN 464005) to MASDC from 319th HW as BC219 8/22/78.  Scrapped
				054 (MSN 464006) Active in October 1978 with 7th Bomb Wing at Carswell AFB, Texas  
					To MASDC as BC268 11/28/78.  Scrapped
55-055/060		Boeing B-52D-10-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464007/464012
				055 (MSN 464007) to MASDC from 22nd BW as BC266 11/21/78.  Scrapped
				056 (MSN 464008) (307th SW) hit by SA-2 SAM Jan 3, 1973 over North
					Vietnam and crashed into South China Sea.  Crew were rescued by helicopters from USS Saratoga
				057 (MSN 464009) Taken on strength in 1956 and assigned to the 42nd Bombardment Wing, Loring AFB, ME.
					Assigned ca 1963 to the 22nd Bomb Wing at March AFB, CA and deployed for combat in Vietnam. 
					After returning to the USA, the plane was assigned to the 99th Bombardment Wing at Westover AFB, MA 
					and again deployed for combat in Vietnam.  This time it returned home to the 306th Bombardment Wing, 
					McCoy AFB, FL, and deployed with them to Vietnam, participating in Linebacker I and II in 1972.  
					After returning home, it was assigned to the 7th Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX.  
					From there it was ferried to Maxwell AFB, AL on Oct 11, 1983 and was placed on display in their air park.  
					It had flown 14,204 hours and over 300 combat missions.
				058 (MSN 464010)43rd BW w/o Dec 11, 1974 near Guam.  Experienced
					instrument malfunction followed by loss
					of control and structural failure.  2 of the crew of 6 survived.
					The plane had already survived being struck by 3 SA-2 SAMs over Vietnam Jan 13/14, 1974, but
					the plane was able to make it back to U-Tapao, Thailand
				059 (MSN 464011) Active in October 1978 with 7th Bomb Wing at Carswell AFB, Texas.  To MASDC as BC278 5/3/82.  Scrapped
				060 (MSN 464012) crashed 1/13/64 near Cumberland MD.  Excessive turbulence resulted in 
					structural failure of vertical stabilizer.  Two Mk 53 nuclear weapons recovered.
					Only 2 of the 5 crew survvived, although 4 ejected safely.  2 succumbed to the winter cold before
					they could be rescued.
55-061/064		Boeing B-52D-15-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464013/464016
				061 (MSN 464013) (96th BW) shot down by SA-2 SAM Dec 21, 1972 over
					North Vietnam during Linebacker II.  3 of 6 crew KIA, 3 POW.
				062 (MSN 464014) to K I Sawyer AFB, Michigan.  Base closed in 1995.  Now at K. I Sawyer Heritage Air Museum, Marquette, Michigan
				063 (MSN 464015) was used as a CRESTED DOVE at Carswell AFB, TX after it 
					landed there after a swap out of aircraft with Dyess AFB and 
					blew a rear main tire.  Debris from the tire went up 
					through the wheel well and broke the back of the aircraft.  
					Was put on display with the Southwest Aerospace Museum, 
					near Carswell AFB.  This museum closed in the early 1990s 
					and most of the aircraft were moved elsewhere, but 063 was scrapped on site. 
				064 (MSN 464016) to MASDC from 92nd BW as BC232 9/12/78.  Scrapped
55-065/067		Boeing B-52D-20-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464017/464019
				065 (MSN 464017) crashed Sep 16, 1958 at Inver Grover Heights, MN near near St Paul, MI, due to flight
					control failure which led to tail separation.  Only one of 8 crewmembers survived.  Several local
					farm family members injured.  There is a plaque on a piece of granite at the site 
					commemorating the crash and the victims who lost their lives that night.
				066 (MSN 464018) to MASDC from 22nd BW as BC300 10/20/82.  Scrapped
				067 (MSN 464019) Active in October 1978 with 7th Bomb Wing at Carswell AFB, Texas
					To MASDC as BC309 11/5/82, then to Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
55-068/088		Boeing B-52D-55-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 17184/17204  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				068 (MSN 17184) on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
				069 (MSN 17185) Active in October 1978 with 7th Bomb Wing at Carswell AFB, Texas
					To MASDC as BC291 10/8/82.  Scrapped
				070 (MSN 17186) to MASDC from 7th BW as BC312 11/10/82.  Scrapped
				071 (MSN 17187) Taken on strength ca.1957 but no information can be found on the Internet until by 1975 when the 
					plane was assigned to the 7th Bombardment Wing at Carswell AFB, TX.  It was also assigned to the 
					43rd Bombardment Wing at Andersen AFB, Guam, but details as to which unit came first cannot be found, 
					since both units had B-52Ds in the same time frame.  To MASDC as BC322 Aug 29, 1983.  Then to
					Brookley Industrial Airport, Mobile, AL Apr/May 1984.  The plane remained at Brookley until June 1985 
					when it was placed on a barge and transported to the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, Alabama
				072 (MSN 17188) to MASDC from 379th BW as BC220 8/22/78.  Scrapped
				073 (MSN 17189) Active with 7th Bomb Wing at Carswell AFB, Texas in October 1978.  To MASDC as BC298 10/18/82.  Scrapped
				074 (MSN 17190) to MASDC from 7th BW as BC277 4/29/82.  Scrapped
				075 (MSN 17191) Active in June 1981 with 22nd Bomb Wing at March AFB, California.   To MASDC as BC296 10/14/82.  Scrapped
				076 (MSN 17192) to MASDC from 22nd BW as BC214 6/23/77.  Scrapped
				077 (MSN 17193) to MASDC from 7th BW as BC317 7/25/83.  Scrapped
				078 (MSN 17194) (22nd BW) w/o Oct 30, 1981 near Ja Junta, CO during low-level 
					night mission.  All 8 crew killed.
				079 (MSN 17195) Active in June 1981 with 22nd Bomb Wing at March AFB, California.  To MASDC as BC294 10/12/82.  Scrapped
				080 (MSN 17196) to MASDC from 96th BW as BC303 10/26/82.  Scrapped
				081 (MSN 17197) to MASDC from 93rd BW as BC216 8/15/78.  Scrapped
				082 (MSN 17198) crashed 1/10/57 near Loring AFB, Maine during a training flight.  The instructor pilot
					had the copilot lose his eyes while he put the aircraft in an unusual attitude and then instructed
					him to recover,  The copilot misread thje data from the flight instruments and took the wrong correcive
					action, which caused the aircraft to disintegrate.  There were 9 crew ahoard, only the copilot survived.
				083 (MSN 17199) (307th SW, "Diamond Lil") scored MiG-21 kill 12/24/1972 over North Vietnam during Linebacker II.  A1C Albert
					E. More (tail gunner) shot down the MiG with 0.50-inch radar-guided tail guns.
					Now on display at USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
				084 (MSN 17200) to MASDC from 22nd BW as BC327 9/20/83.  Scrapped
				085 (MSN 17201) From 7th BW on display at Museum of Aviation at Robins AFB, Georgia.
				086 (MSN 17202) to MASDC from 7th BW as BC288 Oct 4, 1982.  Scrapped
				087 (MSN 17203) to MASDC from 7th BW as BC305 11/1/82.  Scrapped
				088 (MSN 17204) Active in June 1981 with 22nd Bomb Wing at March AFB, California.   To MASDC as BC297 10/15/82.  Scrapped
55-089/104		Boeing B-52D-60-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 17205/17220
				089 (MSN 172050 26th BW crashed Apr 3, 1970 at Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota during landing. All 9 onboard
					were saved despite the fact that the aircraft had crashed into a building containing 25,000 gallons
					of jet fuel.
				090 (MSN 17206) Prior to MASDC retirement active with 22nd Bomb Wing at March AFB, California.
					To MASDC as BC301 10/21/82.  Scrapped
				091 (MSN 17207)  Active in October 1978 with 7th Bomb Wing at Carswell AFB, Texas
					To MASDC as BC292 10/8/82.  Scrapped
				092 (MSN 17208) to MASDC from 7th BW as BC316 7/25/83.  Scrapped
				093 (MSN 17209) 42nd BW, 70th BS crashed 7/29/58 in a farmer's field near Loring AFB. Maine.  Flew into
					ground during bad weather.  8 of crew of 9 killed.
				094 (MSN 17210) Taken on strength Apr 30, 1957, and assigned to the 42nd Bomb Wing at Loring AFB, ME. 
					By November 1966 the plane was deployed to Anderson AFB, Guam, and flew combat missions over Vietnam.  
					Some missions were flown out of u-Tapao Royal Thai AFB, Thailand. The plane was sent back to the USA 
					to join the 7th Bomb Wing at Carswell AFB, TX.  Apparently the plane was later provided to 
					Boeing-Wichita for avionics works and testing until they no longer needed it.  By August 1984 
					the plane was displayed with the Kansas Aviation Museum at McConnell AFB..
				095 (MSN 17211) taken on strength Mar 1, 1957 and assigned to the 42nd Bombardment (Heavy) Wing (Strategic Air Command),
					Loring AFB, ME. 
					Oct 1959: Transferred to the 92nd Bombardment (H) Wing (SAC), Fairchild AFB, WA.
					Jul 1960: 4170th Strategic Wing (SAC), Larson AFB, WA, and deployed to Fairchild AFB. 
					Jul 1962: 4138th Strategic Wing (SAC), Turner AFB, GA. 
					Feb 1963: 484th Bombardment (H) Wing (SAC), Turner AFB, GA, and it deployed to McCoy AFB, FL. 
					Mar 1966: 340th Bombardment (H) Wing (SAC), Bergstrom AFB, TX, 
					Jul 1966: 306th Bombardment (H) Wing (SAC), McCoy AFB, FL. While based at McCoy AFB, 
						this aircraft deployed to Anderson AB, Guam and Kadena AB, Japan for combat operations over Vietnam. 
						At some point it was deployed to Castle AFB, CA, before returning to U Tapao RTAFB, Thailand for 
						more combat missions. 
					Apr 1970: 22nd Bombardment (H) Wing (SAC), March AFB, CA, and while based with them it was again 
						deployed to Anderson AB, Guam, and U Tapao RTAFB, Thailand for combat in Vietnam. 
					Jul 1972: 7th Bombardment (H) Wing (SAC), Carswell AFB, TX. 
					May 1983: Chanute Technical Training Center, Chanute AFB, Rantoul, IL, where it was redesignated 
						GB-52D for ground instruction.  
					Jun 1990:   Struck off strength.  At some point during this time frame, the aircraft was broken up 
						and the cockpit section was used as a crew extraction trainer for fire-fighting trainees.  
						When Chanute AFB closed in 1993, the nose section was acquired by the new Chanute Air museum. 
						That museum closed in October 2015 and this cockpit section was acquired by the Valiant Air 
						Command Museum at Titusville, FL.
				096 (MSN 17212) to MASDC from 22nd BW as BC259 11/8/78.  Scrapped
				097 (MSN 17213) (43rd SW) sustained crash damage at U-Tapao AB,
					Thailand 10/15/72.  Scrapped 2/73.  Tail used in repair of 56-0604
				098 (MSN 17214) crashed 12/15/60 during landing at Larson
					AFB after having collided with tanker.
				099 (MSN 17215) involved in an engine run accident at Andersen
					AFB, Guam and ripped open underneath the nose radome
					Left out in the open as a ploy for Soviet satellite
					reconnaissance.  Scrapped in Oct 1983 and parked over on
					the burn pad in the fire training area.
				100 (MSN 17216) Flew several missions during the Vietnam War.  was on display at Andersen AFB, Guam. 
					Damaged in a typhoon in 1983.  The plane was replaced
					by 56-0586 in 1984 and was scrapped.  56-0586 was repainted as 55-0100.
				101 (MSN 17217) to MASDC from 7th BW as BC290 10/6/82.  Scrapped
				102 (MSN 17218) 42nd BW destroyed Jun 26, 1958 by ground fire at Loring
					AFB, Maine
				103 (MSN 17219) (306th BW) aborted takeoff on mission to Vietnam and was destroyed by
					fire at Kadena AB, Okinawa 11/18/68.  Its load of bombs exploded.  All 8 crew on board escaped
					before the bombs exploded, but two subsequently died of burns
				104 )MSN 17220) to MASDC from 98th BW as BC284 5/27/82.  Scrapped
55-105/117		Boeing B-52D-65-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 17221/17233
				105 (MSN 17221) to MASDC from 96th BW as BC329 Oct 3, 1983.  Transferred to Seoul, Korea and reported Mar 2009 as
					being on display at War Memorial Museum, Seoul, Republic of Korea painted as 501512.
				106 (MSN 17222) to MASDC as BC269 11/28/78.  Scrapped
				107 (MSN 17223) to MASDC from 22nd BW as BC295 10/13/82.  Scrapped
				108 (MSN 17224) 462nd SAW crashed Oct 10, 1964 51 mi SE of Glasgow AFB, Montana while on
					low-level mission.  Crew of 7 killed.
				109 (MSN 17225) to MASDC from 2nd BW Jun 24, 1977
				110 (MSN 17226) (307th SW) hit by SA-2 SAM Nov 22, 1972 during 
					Linebacker I.  Crashed in Thailand after crew 
					ejected safely .  First B-52 to be lost in combat.
				111 (MSN 17227) to MASDC from 7th BW as BC289 10/5/82.  Scrapped
				112 (MSN 17228) tested to destruction at Wichita 1973
				113 (MSN 17229) to MASDC from 7th BW as BC314 May 4, 1983.  Scrapped
				114 (MSN 17230) crashed 21/9/60 near Barr, Vermontafter navigator accidentally ejected
					while descending to low-level route.  Pilot concluded that aircraft was 
					breaking up and ordered rest of crew to eject.  One person, the gunner, was killed
					after ejecting
				115 (MSN 17231) (306th BW) destroyed by fire at Kadena AB, Okinawa
					12/3/68.  Remnants salvaged 1/2/1969.
				116 (MSN 17232) made emergency landing 1/13/73 at DaNang
					AB, South Vietnam with battle damage from SA-2 SAM hits.  Because of the end of the Vietnam War on Apr 1, 1973
					the machine was Scrapped 3/29/73 because there was no sufficient time to repair it.
				117 (MSN 17233) to MASDC as BC244 10/3/78.  Scrapped
55-118/139		Lockheed RC-121D-LO
				MSN 1049A-4391/4412.  Model 1049A-55-86.  Redesignated EC-121D in 1962.
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				118 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121H, then to EC-121T.  To MASDC as CK217 Oct 3, 1978.  Declared
					excess Jan 31, 1979
				119 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121H.  To MASDC Dec 2, 1969.  WFU May 1971
				120 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121Q.  To MASDC as CK182 Jun 27, 1974.  To SouthWest Alloys,
					Tucson, AZ Apr 10, 1979
				121 (MSN 1049A-4394) converted to EC-121H and then to 
					EC-121T.  W/o Mar 15, 1978 after landing gear collapsed in Iceland
				122 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121H, then to EC-121T.  WFU 1978.   Displayed at Aerospace
					Defense Command.
				123 w/o May 25, 1958 when burned out on ramp at Otis AFB, MA.
				124 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121H, then to EC-121T.  To MASDC as CK210 Jun 19, 1978.
					to DMI, Tucson, AZ Feb 15, 1984.
				125 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121H.  To MASDC Dec 2, 1969.  WFU May 1971
				126 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121H.  To MASDC  Nov 12, 1969.  WFU Dec 1969
				127 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121H.  To MASDC as CK184 Aug 6, 1974.  WFU Oct 1975.
					To SouthWest Alloys, Tucson, A Feb 21, 1979.
				128 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121Q.  to MASDC as CK188 Mar 24, 1975.  WFU Oct 1975.  To
					SouthWest Alloys, Tucson, AZ Feb 21, 1979
				129 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121H.  To MASDC Nov 10, 1969.  To MASDC Nov 10, 1969.  WFU Dec 1969
				130 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121H.  To MASDC Nov 25, 1969  WFU Dec 1969
				131 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121H.  To MASDC Nov 20, 1969.  WFU Dec 1969
				132 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121H.  To MASDC Nov 20, 1969.  WFU Dec 1969
				133 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121T.  To MASDC as CK192 Mar 28, 1975.  Declared excess Oct 8, 1975
				134 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121H.  To MASDC as CK080 Dec 2, 1969.
				135 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121H.  To MASDC jun 25, 1971.  Returned to servive Nov 5, 1971
					at Homestead AFB, FL.  Baqck to MASDC as CK181 Jun 19, 1974.  Declared excess Jan 15, 1975.
					WFU Oct 1975.  To SouthWest Alloys, Tucson, AZ Feb 16, 1979.
				136 w/o Jul 11, 1965, North Atlantic
				137 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121J, then to EC-121T.  To MASDC as CK191 Mar 27, 1975.  Declared
					Excess Jun 6, 1975.  WFU Oct 1975.  To SouthWest Alloys, Tucson, AZ Apr 11, 1979
				138 converted to EC-121D, then to EC-121T.  WFU Sep 1977
				139 converted to EC-121D.  To MASDC as CK179 Jun 6, 1974.  Declared excess Jan 15, 1975.  WFU Oct 1975.
					To SouthWest Alloys, Tucson, AZ Apr 11, 1979
55-140/289		Beech T-34A-BH Mentor
				MSN G.697/G.846.  Beech factory documentation indicates that the MSNs are G.697/G.845.
					There is controversy about these MSNs
				140 (MSN G.697) on civil registry as N27557 Nov 1979.
				144 (MSN G.701) to Civil Air Patrol as N12250 Oct 13, 1964.  Still active with other owner in 2011.  
				145 (MSN G.702) to Civil Air Patrol as N12251 Oct 13, 1964.  To N15DM Jun 2004.  
				147 (MSN G.704) to Civil Air Patrol as N12252 Oct 13, 1964.  Still active with private owner in 2011.
				148 (MSN G.705) to Civil Air Patrol as N12253 Oct 13, 1964.  Still active with private owner in 2011.
				149 (MSN G.706) to Civil Air Patrol as N12254 Oct 13, 1964.  Crashed at Glendale, AZ May 8, 1965. Both crew killed.
				150 (MSN G.707) to Civil Air Patrol as N12255 Oct 13, 1964.   N12255 renewed with private owner May 1995.
				151 (MSN G.708) to PK-AMG, to N5083U.
				153 (MSN G.710) to Indonesian AF as LD-3467
				157 (MSN G.714) to Civil Air Patrol as N12256  Oct 13, 1964.  To civil registry as N44KK May 1996.  
					w/o Nov 19, 2003 while operated by Texas Air Aces, Inc after
					crashed when right wing separated during maneuvers.  Pilot and passenger both killed.
				160 (MSN G.717) to Civil Air Patrol as N12257 Oct 2, 1964.  To N134CD Nov 1995.
				162 (MSN G.719) to PK-AMH, to N5148V
				165 (MSN G.722) to Civil Air Patrol as N12258 Oct 13, 1964.  To private owner May 1967
				169 (MSN G.726) to PK-AMC, W/o
				171 (MSN G.728) to Civil Air Patrol as N12259 Oct 13, 1964.   Groundlooped on landing at Porterville, CA 
					Feb 10, 1974.  Pilot injured.
				172 (MSN G.729) to Civil Air Patrol as N12260 Oct 13, 1964.  To N5172 Jun 1988.
				173 (MSN G-730) to Indonesian AF as LD-3470, to civil registry as N34DY
				175 (MSN G.732) to Spanish AF as E.17-17.   To Uruguay as 643.  To Bolivia as FAB906.  Also listed with civil registry as 
					N134GL from Jul 1993.  Both have the same MSN of G.732, so I don't know which listing is correct.
				180 (MSN G.737) to N3789G in 2018
				182 (MSN G.739) to Indonesian AF as LD-3472.  Returned to USA in 1990.  Now on civil registry as N18255.
				186 to Indonesian AF as LD-3473
				188 (MSN G.745) was registered N295E, now is N134HR
				197 (MSN G.754) to N256GR in 2018
				199 to Civil Air Patrol as N12261 Oct 13, 1964.  To N434M Apr 1999
				200 (MSN G.757) registered as N34KW.   To OE-ADM (Red Bull Flyers)
				202 (MSN G.759) to Indonesian AF as LD-3474.  To N326M on September 9, 2008 and to 
					N56NM on November 8, 2016. 
				204 (MSN G.761) to Indonesian AF as LD-3475.  Was registeree N7132E, now is N634M
				206 to N04013, preserved at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.
				215 (MSN to Indonesian AF as LD-3476
				216 (MSN G-773) to Civil Air Patrol as N12262 Oct 13, 1964.  To N234RJ
				221 (MSN G-778) to civil registry as N53GP, later N56NT.  In 2008
					was with the Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, VA.  Presented as T-34B 550221 of VT-6, 
					registered as N56NT
				225 (MSN G.782) Noted at Fort Lauderdale, Florida in November 1979
 					as N4936E and registered on November 26, 2012 as N93JD
				228 (MSN G-785) to N45DT
				229 (MSN G-786) to Spanish AF as E.17-16. On display at Museo del Aire, Cuatro Vientos, Madrid.  
				231 to PK-AMK
				232 (MSN G-789) Noted in September 1977 as N16JL in Confederate Air
 					Force Falcons colours, with the pilots name Col Ken Ecclestone
					below the canopy at RNAS Yeovilton. Later resident at Thruxton
					Airfield, Hampshire and still so in August 1979. Registered as
 					N557DB on January 3, 2018 with Daniel Blackwell, Irwin, Pennsylvania
				233 (MSN G.790) was registered N790RH, now registered N790JW
				239 (MSN G.796) to civil registry as N34BA.  To N34TX in 2010
				250 (MSN G.807) seen on Indonesian registry as LD3482.
				252 to Civil Air Patrol as N12263 Oct 7, 1964.  Crashed during aerobatics at Oracle, AZ Jun 3, 1969. 2 killed.
				254 (MSN G.811) to civil registry as N999Y.
				255 (MSN G.812) registered as N134JC
				256 to Indonesian AF as LD-3483
				257 to PK-AMB.  WFU 1979
				261 to Civil Air Patrol as N12264 Oct 13, 1964.  Still active with private owner in 2011.
				264 to PK-AME
				268 to Civil Air Patrol as N12265 Oct 7, 1964.  To N5268 Apr 1999.
				270 to Saudi Arabian AF
				271 (MSN G.828) registered as N74032
				273 (MSN G.830) to Civil Air Patrol as N12266 Oct 13, 1964.  To N659K Nov 1983
				274 (MSN G.831) is registered N574, and went to the Civil Air Patrol after retirement from the USAF, 
					ca 1961 (don’t have information about its CAP registration)
				275 to PK-AMA.  W/o
				276 (MSN G.833) to Civil Air Patrol as N12267 Oct 13, 1964.  To N422MN Apr 1999. 
				278 to PK-AMD.  WFU
				279 to Civil Air Patrol as N12268 Oct 13, 1964.  Pilot forgot to lower the gear and landed wheels up at 
					Helm, CA Sep 17, 1971. No injuries.
				280 to Civil Air Patrol as N12269 Oct 13, 1964.  Crashed in thunderstorm at Albuquerque, NM Jun 19, 1965. 2 killed.
				281 to Saudi Arabian AF
				282 (MSN G.839) CD shows Certificate of Ownership by Homestead AFB Aero Club for G-839 /  55- 282 / N9098R
					Seen at Joe Starnes Field, Guntersville Municipal Airport, AL, during the EAA 683 Breakfast 
					Fly-In - August 11, 2018.
				286 (MSN G.843) USAF Record Card shows the a/c at Ent AFB.  CD shows Certificate of Ownership by Ent AFB Aero Club 
					for G-843 / 55-286 / N5565V
55-290/301		Convair C-131D-CO Samaritan
				MASDC transfers and dates from www.amarcexperience.com
				290 (MSN 206) was N8432H before USAF service.  To USAF Sep 14, 1954.  To MASDC as CS002 Nov 6, 1974
				291 (MSN 212) was N8433H before USAF service.  Crashed on takeoff Munich, West Germany Dec 17, 1960.  
					20 on board and 32 on ground killed.
				292 (MSN 315) 1956: General Dynamics, San Diego, CA, with c/r N8435H. 
					4/56: TOS USAF as C-131D. 
					8/16/56: c/r N8435H cancelled. 
					1966: Converted to VC-131D. 
					By 1981 to after 1984: 120th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 140th Tactical Fighter Wing (ANG), 
						Buckley ANG Base, Denver, CO. 
					By 4/87: South Dakota Air & Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, SD, received from the CO ANG.
				293 serial was actually carried by two different aircraft.  The original 55-293 
					was MSN 219 that was built for  USAF.    However, this USAF serial number was transferred
					to a Convair 440-79 (MSN 316) that was operated by General Dynamics as
					N8436H.  The second 55-293 (MSN 316) was N8436H before going to USAF.  Plane is now on display at 
					Selfridge ANGB Museum, Michigan.  
					The original 55-293 (MSN 219) was sold to Saudi Arabian Airlines as a Convair 340-79 HZ-AAZ.  
					MSN 219 was written off Jul 8, 1968 in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia while operating for Saudia as
					HZ-AAZ. 
				294 (MSN 321) was N8437H before USAF service.  To Paraguayan Navy as
					T-93, to FAP-2001, to civil registry as N6868R.  The original 55-294 was MSN 222 but was
					cancelled and to civil registry as (CV-340-61) HZ-ABA (Saudia) and N597MA
				295 (MSN 223) was N8460H before USAF service.  In Dec 1954 to 3800th Air Base Wing (Air University), 
					Maxwell AFB, AL.  
					Jun 1975 to 155th Tactical Reconnaissance Group (Air National Guard), Lincoln Municipal Airport, NE
					Mar 1976 to 169th Tactical Fighter Group (ANG), McEntire ANGB, SC
					Mar 1983 remained with the 169th TFG at McEntire ANGB, SC.  To civil registry as N1184G
					Now on display at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, Delaware
				296 (MSN 224) was N8461H before USAF service.  To MASDC as CS001 Oct 17, 1974.
				297 (MSN 227) was originally to have been 55-297 but was cancelled.  Instead it went
					to civil registry as (CV-340-61) HZ-ABB (Saudia Arabian Airlines, wfu)
					The final 55-297 was (CV-440-79 MSN 322) being originally built by General Dynamics as
					N8439H, then back to 55-0297.  Next to TAM/Transporte Aereo
					Militar, first as T-93 then lease purchase for Paraguayan Air
					Force) and registered as FAP-2001.  Presently stored at Campo
					Grande near the town of Presidente Stroessner, Asuncion, Paraguay.
				298 (MSN 229) was N8438H before USAF service.  To MASDC as CS008 Dec 18, 1974.  Returned to service and then returned
					to MASDC.  Sold in 1992 to Air Freight International
					as N9875S in 1992.  Seen at Minden Air Corps yard 8/28/2000.
				299 (MSN 326) was originally MSN 230 but was cancelled.  Was N8442H before USAF service. Converted to VC-131H.
					Transferred to US Navy but operated under USAF serial number.  With VR-48 in May 1988 named
					"City Of Washington, DC."  Returned to USAF.  To N4276C, N923DR, N191FL Oct 29, 1998.
					Original MSN 230 to civil registry as (CV-340-61) HZ-ABC (Saudia Arabian Airlines), then 
					N99875. Current as such on USCAR Oct 03) but converted to CV-580 
					and registered N191FL for IFL Group Oct 29. 1998
				300 (MSN 233) was N8440H before USAF service.  Now on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah.
				301 serial originally to have been MSN 239 but cancelled.  Final 55-301
					was MSN 329.  Aug 1955 To 1299th Air Transport (Light) Squadron (Military Air Transport Service), Bolling AFB DC
					May 1961 To 1254th Air Transport (Special Missions) Wing (MATS), Bolling AFB 
					Jul 1961 Moved to Andrews AFB MD.  Aug 1962 To 3902nd Air base Wing (Strategic Air Command), Offutt AFB NE
					Jun 1973 To 1st Special Operations Wing (Tactical Air Command), Hurlburt Field FL
					Jul 1974 To 834th Troop Carrier (Medium) Wing (TAC), Hurlburt Field.  Jun 1975 To HQ 
					National Guard (Air National Guard), Andrews AFB
					Mar 1977 To 114th Tactical Fighter Group (ANG), Joe Foss AP SD
					Sep 1985 Dropped from inventory by transfer to museum status.  Put on display at WPAFB museum.  In 2008 was 
					identified as surplus and was sold to a private corporation, supposedly as N8443H
					HZ-ABD of Saudia Airlines was MSN 239, 
55-302/314		Douglas B-66B-DL Destroyer
				MSN 44934/44946.  Bomber version
				Service records from http://forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org/B-66.html
				302 1958: USAF 84th BS (47th BW).  1961: USAF 47th BW.  1964: Salvaged
				303 1958: USAF 84th BS (47th BW).  1964: Salvaged
				304 1959: USAF 84th BS (47th BW).  1960: USAF 85th BS (47th BW).  1961: USAF 86th BS (47th BW).  1964: Salvaged
				305 1958: USAF 84th BS (47th BW).  1964: Salvaged
				306 1961: USAF 84th BS (47th BW).  To MASDC, salvaged by Oct 1973
				307 1958: USAF 84th BS (47th BW).  To MASDC, salvaged 1964
				308 1959: USAF 84th BS (47th BW).  1964: Salvaged
				309 1959: USAF 84th BS (47th BW).  1964: Salvaged
				310 1958: USAF 84th BS (47th BW).  1959: USAF 47th BW.  1963: USAF 42nd TRS (10th TRW).  To MASDC, salvaged 1964
				311 1960: USAF 85th BS (47th BW).  To MASDC, salvaged by Oct 1973.
				312 USAF 84th BS (47th BW).  1964: Salvaged
				313 1958: USAF 84th BS (47th BW).  1964: Salvaged
				314 1958: USAF 84th BS (47th BW).  W/o 30 Mar 1958 in crashlanding near RAF Sculthorpe, UK.
					Was a wreck at RAF Sculthorpe, England from 5/1960, later broken up for spare parts
55-315/383		Cancelled contract for Douglas B-66B Destroyer
				MSN 44947/45015
55-384/389		Douglas RB-66C-DT Destroyer
				MSN 45016/45021.  Seven-place reconnaissance and ECM version.
				Service records from http://forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org/B-66.html
				384 converted to EB-66C.  USAF 41st TEWS (388th TFW).
					1970: USAF 42nd TEWS (388th TFW). Crashlanded 2 mi short of runway at Korat RTAFB Oct 24, 1970.
				385 Assigned to the 42nd TRS/10th TRW, 1960. Converted to EB-66C.  Transferred to the 355th TFW.
					Transferred to the 42nd TEWS/388th TFW, 1971.  Scrapped at Kadena AB, Okinawa Nov 1973.
				386  USAF 42nd TRS (10th TRW).  1962: USAF 9th TRS.  Converted to EB-66C.  1969: USAF 4th TEWS (355th TFW).
					1969: USAF 39th TEWS (36th TFW).  1971: USAF 39th TEWS (36th TFW).  1971: USAF 39th TEWS (52nd TFW).
					1972: USAF 39th TEWS (36th TFW).  1972: USAF 52nd TFW.
					W/o Aug 28, 1972 in takeoff accident Spangdahlem AB, West Germany  
				387 converted to EB-66C.  USAF 41st TEWS (355th TFW).  1967: USAF 41st TRS 
					(432nd TRW).(432rd TRW, 41st TRS) shot down by SA-2 near Bac Kan/Phu Tong, North Vietnam Feb 4, 1967.  3 KIA.
				388 converted to EB-66C.  1968: USAF 41st TEWS (355th TFW).  (41st TEWS, 355th TFW) shot down by MiG-21/Atoll 
					Jan 14, 1968 near Ban Xan, North Vietnam .
				389 USAF 9th TRS (363rd TRW).  Converted to EB-66C.  1971: USAF 42nd TEWS (388th TFW)  
					(42nd TEWS) crashed on takeoff Mar 10, 1971 at Korat RTAFB, Thailand
55-390/425		Douglas WB-66D-DT Destroyer
				MSN 45022/45057.  Weather reconnaissance version
				Service records from http://forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org/B-66.html
				390 USAF 363rd TRW.  To MASDC Aug 21, 1964.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK May 29, 1968 and modified 
					as JWB-66D with modified nose as F-4 radar testbed.  Used by Hughes to test APG-63 radar for F-15 Eagle.  
					To 363rd TRW.  Now on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
				391 USAF 9th Tactical Recon Squadon (363rd TRW).  To MASDC Aug 21, 1964.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa OK 
					May 26, 1968. Converted for radar test purposes and redesignated JWB-66D.  USAF 363rd TRW.
					To MASDC as BR132 Feb 8, 1973 Feb 8, 1973.  Declared excess Feb 1, 1974.
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Ap 7, 1977 and salvaged.
				392 USAF 363rd TRW.  Retired from Shaw AFB in early 1970s and was displayed in front of Sumter (SC) Area Technical Education
					Center.  Now on display at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia.
				393 USAF 363rd TRW.  To MASDC as BR011 Oct 14, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 5, 1970.  TO Southwestern Alloys, 
					Tucson, AZ Sep 19, 1975 and salvaged
				394 1961: USAF 9th TRS (363rd TRW).  with 9th TRS, 4402nd Tactical Training Group, detached to Kindley AFB, 
					Bermuda; crashed Sep 5, 1961 100 miles NE of Bermuda after engine failure.  One creman killed.  WFU Oct 14, 1964
				395 1969: USAF 39th TEWTS (363rd TRW).  To MASDC Oct 14, 1964. To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa, OK Jun 24, 1969 
					and returned to service.  To MASDC as BR087 Oct 30, 1969.  Preserved at Pima County Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				396 USAF 363rd TRW.  To MASDC Aug 21, 1964.  To Douglas AF Plant 3, Tulsa OK Jun 27, 1969 and modified as RB-66D and 
					returned to service.  To MASDC sa BR084 Oct 28, 1969.  To Southwester Alloys, Tucson, AZ Aug 22, 1975
				397 363rd TRW
				398 USAF 363rd TRW.  To MASDC as BR014 Nov 19, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 5, 1970.  To Southwestern Alloys, 
					Tucson, AZ Sep 22, 1975 and salvaged
				399 363rd TRSW.  To MASDC as BR015 Oct 14, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 5, 1970.  To Southwestern Alloys, 
					Tucson, AZ Oct 16, 1975 and salvaged.
				400 USAF 9th TRS (363rd TRW).  7/1959: Damaged beyond repair during landing at Lajes AB, Azores.
					Salvaged at Lajes AB, Azores
				401 363rd TRW
				402 USAF 42nd TRS (10th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.  To MASDC as BR016 Nov 19, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 5, 1970.  
					To Southwestern Alloys, Tucson, AZ Oct 16, 1975 and salvaged.	 
				403 (MSN 45035) 42nd TRS. Crashed when the aircraft bounced on landing and porpoised at Nouasseur, Morocco 31Jan 1958
					To MASDC Mar 1960.
				404 USAF 42nd TRS (10th TRW).  Destroyed in a ground collision in 1959?  To MASDC Mar 1960
				405 USAF 42nd TRS (10th TRW).
				406 USAF 42nd TRS (10th TRW)
				407 USAF 42nd TRS (10th TRW)
				408 USAF 42nd TRS (10th TRW). To MASDC Mar 1960.
					Converted to Northrop X-21A-NO research aircraft. 408 first flight Apr 18, 1963.  Modified with 
					laminar flow wings with engines repositioned in pods on the rear fuselage. Project abandoned 1964 due to problems with maintaining 
					a clean wing.   To MASDC Jan 19967.  Derelict on photo test range at Air Force Flight Test Museum, Edwards AFB
					on loan from National Museum of USAF
				409 USAF 42nd TRS (10th TRW).  Was to have been the second X-21A, but was severely damaged on landing during 
					delivery to Hawthorne, CA for conversion in Oct 1960.  It was deemed cheaper to
					provide another aircraft (410) than to repair 409.
				410 USAF 42nd TRS (10th TRW).  To MASDC Mar 1960.  Converted to Northrop X-21A-NO research aircraft. modified with 
					laminar flow wings with engines repositioned in pods on the rear fuselage. First flight May 30, 1963.
					Project abandoned 1964 due to problems with maintaining a clean wing.  To MASDC. derelict on photo test range at Air Force Flight Test Museum, Edwards AFB
					on loan from National Museum of USAF
				411 USAF 10th TRW.  To MASDC Mar 1960
				412 USAF 42nd TRS (10th TRW).  To MASDC Mar 1960.  Was preserved at Chnute AFB, IL.
				413 USAF 42nd TRS (10th TRW)
				414 USAF 11th TRS (67th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.  To MASDC as BR017 Nov 19, 1964.  SOC Oct 1970
				415 modified as RB-66D.  To MASDC as BR018 Nov 19, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 5, 1970.  To Southwestern Alloys,
					Tucscon, AZ Aug 29, 1975 and scrapped.
				416
				417
				418
				419
				420 USAF 363rd TRW,  To MASDC as BR019 Oct 14, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 5, 1970.  To Southwestern Alloys, 
					Tucson, AZ Aug 26, 1975 and salvaged.
				421
				422
				423
				424
				425
55-426/609		Martin TM-61C Matador (missiles) 
				0543 was cancelled contract
55-610/650		Sikorsky H-37A-SI Mojave
				Surviving aircraft modernized to CH-37B standard in 1962
				611 w/o 2 May 1966  location?
				616 (N51892) seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				623 611th Transportation Company [Oct65]. to MASDC as XK019,  Registered Feb 21, 1978 as N51893 to Aircrane. 
					Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000 Registration N51893 expires Feb 17, 2009, cancelled Oct 21, 2014
				627 lost in Vietnam Dec 12, 1963.  4 KIA
				628 seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				636 (N51894) to MASDC as XK031, seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				641 (N50086) to MASDC as XK018, seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				643 (N51896) to MASDC as XK024, seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				644 5/21/58: TOS US Army.  9/18/62: Redesignated CH-37A.  1962: Converted to CH-47B.
					Unknown date: 4th Battalion, 152nd Aviation Regiment, Ft. Wainwright, AK.
					By 1974: United States Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL.
				647 (N51897) to MASDC as XK020, seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				650 (N51899) to MASDC as XK014, seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
55-651/659		Cancelled contract for Sikorsky H-37A Mojave.
55-660/661		Convair XB-58 Hustler
				MSN 1,2.  Convair Model 4.  Pre-production prototypes.
				660 first flight Nov 11, 1956, bailed to Convair Fort Worth/Carswell AFB, Texas.  Named "Old Grandpappy".
					To Kelly AFB, Texas Mar 15, 1960 for use as GIA.  Scrapped at Kelly AFB after use as a ground maintenance 
					trainer sometime after 1960
				661 converted to NB-58A and used at Edwards AFB for tests of Stanley rocket-powered encapsulated crew
					escape capsule in 1961.  Then to TB-58A.  To MASDC as BQ063 1/9/70.  Scrapped Jul 13, 1977
55-662/672		Convair YB-58A-1-CF Hustler
				MSN 3/13. Service test aircraft.  Later redesignated B-58A
				662 assigned to 6592nd Test Squadron at Carswell AFB, Texas, modified as NB-58A and used as engine test bed
					for General Electric YJ93 engine destined for XB-70 and XF-108.  Converted to TB-58A trainer.  
					Used as chase aircraft at Edwards AFB for XB-70 project.  Assigned to 305th BW.  To MASDC as BQ083 1/16/70.  
					Scrapped Jul 21, 1977
				663 Taken on strength in 1957.  
					Mar 12, 1957:  Carried by a B-36 to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH and assigned there for static testing. 
					Aug 12, 1957:  Made its first flight, 
					Sep 1957:  Transferred to the 6592nd Test Squadron at Carswell AFB, TX.  
					Sep 20, 1957:  Made the first B-58 supersonic pod drop
					Dec 30, 1957:  Made the first B-58 mach 2 pod drop.  
					1958:   Converted to the first  RB-58A and tested the reconnaissance pod. 
					1962:  Loaned to NASA for sonic boom testing in anticipation of the American SST project. 
					Ca.1963:   Converted to TB-58A and transferred to the 305th Bomb Wing (Medium) at 
						Bunker Hill (later Grissom) AFB, IN. 
					Jan 1969:  Suffered substantial damage due to a cockpit fire. Since the B-58 fleet was due to 
						be retired, this aircraft was repaired only for display as a gate guard.  
					1987:   Moved to the new Grissom AFB museum collection.
				664 assigned to 6592nd Test Squadron, Carswell AFB, TX. Served as the airloads data test aircraft. It had also been 
					used to help establish the B-58’s inflight refueling envelope, and from June 27, 1958 through March 17, 1959, its 
					operational mission profiles.  Destroyed Nov 7, 1959 near Lawton, OK during flight test.  All aboard were killed.
				665 ("Snoopy") used to test AN/ASG-18 radar systems for the GAR-9/AIM-47 missile for the F-108 and the YF-12A.  After
					the completion of the tests, the special modifications were removed (but the long
					nose was retained) and the plane was put out on the Edwards AFB photo test range.  
					There were at one time plans for the aircraft to be restored for future Flight Test Pilot 
					Museum at Edwards AFB, but as of 2004 the plane was still out on the range in fairly poor condition.
					On loan from National Mjuseum of the USAF
				666 (MSN 7) Mar 20, 1958:  First flight
					1958:  Used as a test aircraft by Convair, with a YJ79-GE-5 jet engine on a special centerline pod. 
					Nov 8, 1958:   Flew 32 minutes at sustained Mach 2 with YJ79-GE-5 engines.  
					Apr 28, 1959:  Taken on strength with the USAF, but retained by Convair for use as a test and evaluation aircraft
					May 1, 1959:   Converted to YRB-58A.
					Aug 16, 1962:  Made the longest B-58 early test program flight of 11 hours 15 minutes. 
					Nov 1962:   Transferred to the 6510th Operational Maintenance Squadron (Air Force Systems Command) at Edwards AFB, CA.
					May 1964:   Transferred to the 3345th Maintenance and Support Group (Air Training Command) at Chanute AFB, IL.  
					May 1965:  Redesignated GRB-58A for use as an instructional airframe.  
					1967:   Transferred to museum status and displayed at the Chanute AFB base air park
					Put on display at Chanute AFB, Illinois as 61-2059 which is at the SAC Museum.  Later painted
					as itself.  In 1993 Chanute AFB closed and plane was tranferred to the Chanute Air Museum.  When noted at Octave 
					Chanute Aerospace Museum September 2003 it was still 
					painted (or has again been repainted) as 12059.  Was damaged by museum staff while they were
					attempting to move the plane while the wheels on the main gear were locked up and the nose gear
					was irreparably fractured.  The museum closed Oct 31, 2015, plane was suppposed to be  moved to 
					Castle AFB Museum, CA, but the stripped plane was still in a hanger at Chanute in 2017.  In 2020 was located at 
					Castle Air Museum in Atwater, California and is in the process of being re-assembled/restored.
				667 assigned to 6592nd Test Squadron, Carswell AFB, TX.
					Assigned to Eglin AFB, FL 1959 for fire control system tests.
					Destroyed Jun 4, 1960 near Lubbock, TX. The aircraft sustained substantial damage from hail in a 
					thunderstorm resulting in crew ejection into a thunderstorm at supersonic speed using conventional 
					ejection seats. The crew were killed.
				668 (MSN 9) assigned to 6592nd Test Squadron at Carswell AFB, Texas and used for various special projects;
					Hughes AN/APQ-69 SLAR, Goodyear AN/APS-73.  Originally scheduled to be first airframe fitted with J79-GE-9 engines
					for B-58B.  Converted to TB-58A.  Assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR
					Named ‘Wild  Child II’, Named ‘Peeping Tom’.
					To MASDC as BQ081 (or BQ084) Jan 16, 1970. Put on display at Southwest Aerospace Museum,
					Fort Worth, TX.  Following closure of that museum, transferred to Meacham Airport where
					it was to be put in a museum to be built at the airport.  Plans for the museum were dropped.  
					Briefly moved to AF Plant No 4 and displayed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the CONVAIR plant.  
					Plane then moved to the Lone Star Flight Museum of Galveston, TX in 1990.  Hurricane struck the museum 
					and damaged and destroyed many of their aircraft.   The museum was able to acquire a new building, but 
					they no longer wanted the Hustler.  Moved to Little Rock AFB in 2012 where it was be put on display
					at an airpark there.  In Aug 2012 was on display at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas.
				669 assigned to 6592nd Test Squadron, Carswell AFB, TX. Used for passive ECM system tests; engine  performance 
					tests; autopilot evaluation tests.  Destroyed Oct 27, 1959 near Hattiesburg, Mississippi due to loss 
					of control during normal flight.
				670 assigned to 6592nd Test Squadron, Carswell AFB, TX.  Assigned to Eglin AFB, FL. Placed in climatic test chamber 
					on 8Jul58 and removed Sep58.  Modified as a trainer, designated TB-58A 10May60.
					Assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR 13Aug60.
					To MASDC as BQ020 12/11/69.  Scrapped Aug 16, 1977.
				671 assigned to 6592nd Test Squadron, Carswell AFB, TX.   converted to TB-58A.  Assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, 
					Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.  Named ‘Mary Ann’.  Named ‘All Day All Night’.
					To MASDC as BQ067 1/12/70.  Scrapped Jul 11, 1977
				672 assigned to 6592nd Test Squadron, Carswell AFB, TX. Detached to Kirtland AFB, NM for pod drop testing.
					Converted to TB-58A.  Assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX.
					Assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Grissom AFB, IN.  Named ‘Lucky 13’, Named ‘Sweet Sadness', 
					Named ‘Q Twice’.  Named ‘Clean Sweep’.  To MASDC as BQ080 1/15/70.  Scrapped Aug 3, 1977
55-673/675		Boeing B-52D-20-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464020/464022
				673 (MSN 464020) to MASDC from 96th BW, Dyess AFB, TX as BC308 11/4/82.  Scrapped
				674 (MSN 464021) to MASDC from 7th GW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC330 10/4/83.  Scrapped
				675 (MSN 464022) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFH, CA as BC302 10/22/82.  Scrapped
55-676/680		Boeing B-52D-25-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464023/464027
				676 (MSN 464023) (70th BW) lost Jul 19, 1969 in take-off accident from U-Tapao AB, Thailand.  Plane aborted the takeoff and 
					never got airborne, but went into the overrun and caught fire.  All the crew managed to exit the plane 
					safely, including the gunner. Meanwhile, the rescue HH-43B Huskie (59-1562) was coming in to fight the fire 
					and was attempting to assist in saving the crew, unaware that they had all gotten out safely.  On approaching 
					the crash site the bombs on the B-52 cooked off and took the Huskie crew with them.  Two of three aboard the 
					Huskie were killed.
				677 (MSN 464024) delivered to USAF Aug 1957.  Flew over 600 missions during Vietnam War, one in which it returned with 
					a SAM wedged in its wing.  Assigned to 96th BW at Dyess AFB, TX, then retired.  On Oct 26, 1983 
					made its final flight to Willow Run Airport, MI. Sat outdoors for many years.   Now with 
					Yankee Air Force Museum, Belleville, Michigan on loan from USAF Museum.
					Currently undergoing restoration 
				678 (MSN 464025)  to MASDC as BC254 10/17/78.  Scrapped at DM
				679 (MSN 464026) on display at March Field Museum, California
				680 (MSN 464027) to MASDC as BC234 9/14/78.  Scrapped
55-681/708		de Havilland Canada L-20A-DH Beaver
				DHC-2 for US Army.  Redesignated U-6A in 1962
				681 (MSN 897/1583) delivered Jun 1956.  Registered N64273 May 1974.  Crashed Aug 31, 1993 while maneuvering
					to look at a moose 6 mi w of Illiamna, Alaska.  Registration cancelled Jan 14, 1998.  Registered May 29, 
					2008 to Gillam Air Services Ltd of Gillam, MB as C-FSDY
				682 (MSN 899/1584) delivered Apr 67, 1956.  Modified to RU-68, operated in Vietnam.  To N90663
				683 (MSN 900/1585) delivered Apr 7, 1956.  To N67151, C-FLSD
				684 (MSN 902/1586)
				685 (MSN 903/1587) delivered Apr 2, 1956.  To MASDC as HS110 Feb 17, 1972.  Sold Feb 12, 1976 as N3129F, cancelled May 28, 1976
					when imported to Canada as C-GEZT for Patricia Air Transport Ltd of Ontario.
					Registered Jun 1976 thru 1978.  Next to Air-Sask Aviation Ltd, La Ronge, SK. Registered
					May 18, 1990 and canceled May 1991 when sold to Talon Air Service Inc of Soldotna,
					AK.  Registered as N3129F Jun 1991.  Oct 1995 to private user.  Later to Big Foot
					Air Charter LLC Dec 19, 2001.  Crashed Chigmit Mountains SW of Anchorage
					Jul 12, 2002.  Wreckage moved to Palmer, AK. Rebuilt and registered Nov 22, 2006
					as N312BM.
				686 (MSN 904/1588) delivered Apr 17, 1956.  To MASDC Jan 6, 1972 to Mar 22, 1976.  To C-GJAK, N4982U
				687 (MSN 906/1589) delivered Apr 21, 1956.  To MASDC Jan 6, 1972 to Mar 22, 1976.  To N68081.
					Crashed Dec 9, 1992 near Klawock, Alaska.
				688 (MSN 907/1590) delivered Apr 17, 1956.  To MASDC as UD079, Nov 9, 1975, to HS0192. To N31363, C-FBDP, N94DG, N565TM,
					current.
				689 (MSN 909/1591) delivered Apr 24, 1956.  To MASDC Jul 10, 1972 to Feb 6, 1976.  To N67668, C-GPHH
				690 (MSN 910/1592) delivered Apr 24, 1956.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1972 to Mar 22, 1976.  To N45819 of Fort Hood 
					Flying Club, Fort Hood, TX.  To N5073E, C-GQPK, registered N910AS Jul 14, 1998, current
				691 (MSN 912/1593) delivered Apr 21, 1956.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1972 to Mar 22, 1976.  To N68084, crashed
					Jul 19, 1997 during takeoff at King Salmon, Alaska.  Rebuilt as Viking DHC-2T Turbo Beaver, registered
					N72TT May 5, 1999.
				692 (MSN 913/1594) delivered May 10, 1956
				693 (MSN 914/1595) delivered May 10, 1956.  To C-GTER, N53LP, N91LU, N460DB
				694 (MSN 915/1596) delivered May 18, 1956.  To N5377G, C-GNJS, N5381U
				695 (MSN 917/1597) delivered May 10, 1956.  To MASDC Jun 29, 1972 to Feb 6, 1976.  To N67669, N470DB.
					Damaged Jun 22, 1997 during hard landing on the water near Lena Point, 2 mi W of Juneau, Alaska airport
					and during subsequent hard landing at Hasselborg Kake, 30 mi S of Juneau.
				696 (MSN 918/1598) delivered Mary 9, 1956.  TO MASDC Mar 1, 1972 to Feb 19, 1976.  To N1453Z, N5464R
				697 (MSN 919/1599) delivered May 9, 1956.  To C-GZBQ
				698 (MSN 920/1600) delivered Mau 10, 1956.  To N62169, N695TK
				699 (MSN 923/1601)
				700 (MSN 924/1602) delivered Jun 7, 1956.  Crashed Dec 12, 1996 at Port Johnson, Alaska. The aircraft banked right just 
					after take-off causing a wing to strike the water surface; the aircraft flipped over and sank. By 1998 was N67694 with Kenmore Air
				701 (MSN 926/1603) delivered Jun 6, 1956.  To N5231G with Civil Air Patrol, to N444EF
				702 (MSN 927/1604) delivered Jun 11, 1956.  To N2109A
				703 (MSN 929/1605)
				704 (MSN 930/1606) delivered Jun 11, 1956.  To MASDC Jan 13, 1972 to Jan 6, 1976.  To N67672, N477JS, to
					N930SF, current
				705 (MSN 932/1607) delivered Jun 11, 1956.  To MASDC as UD044 Sep 5, 1973.  To N117SD, C-GKII, N5827Y
				706 (MSN 935/1609) N4738S registered Jun 11, 1957, cancelled Dec 31, 2011.
				707 (MSN 938/1611) N12MC registered as L-20A with MSN 1611, current
				708 (MSN 941/1613)
55-709/2708		Radioplane OQ-19B-RP drones
55-2709/2733		North American F-100C-10-NH Super Sabre
				MSN 222-1/25.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2709 (7272nd ABW/Flight Ops) Crashed 46 miles east-north-east 
					of Wheelus AB, Libya Apr 20, 1962.
				2710 to MASDC Oct 22, 1970 as FE044
				2711 to MASDC Jul 30, 1971 as FE074
				2712 (MSN 222-4) to MASDC Sep 9, 1971.  To Turkish AF Aug 28, 1972 as 55-2712.  
					W/o at unknown location Apr 14, 1978.  Also listee as crashed Aug 22, 1980
				2713 (316th AD, 45th FDS) crashed 1 m NE of Port Lyauty, Morocco Sep 3, 1957.
				2714 (4440 ADG Langley AFB, VA) in landing crash Buckley ANGB, Colorado 12 Aug 69
              			while on ferry flight Wheelus AB, Libya to McClellan AFB, California.  Pilot killed.
				2715 (MSN 222-7) to MASDC Jun 18, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 24, 1972 as 55-2715.  In June 2014 displayed on 
					dummy airfield at Konya Air Base, Turkey.
				2716 (MSN 222-8) to MASDC Jun 29, 1971.  To Turkish AF Oct 31, 1973 as 55-2716.  W/o Sep 1, 1982
				2717 flown by USAF Thunderbirds (1956-1963).  Crashed Indian Springs, NV Feb 3, 1964.  Pilot ejected.
				2718 (MSN 222-10) to MASDC from 162nd Tactical Fighter Training Grop, Tucson IAP, AZ Feh 8, 1972.
					Declared excess Jan 24, 1975  Departed Feh 2, 1976.  To Nellis AFG as range target.
				2719 (7272nd ABW/7235th SS) damaged beyond repair at Wheelus 
					AB, Libya May 26, 1959; struck off charge Jul 2, 1960 for spares recovery by CASA 
					at Getafe, Spain
				2720 (MSN 222-12) flown by USAF Thunderbirds (1956-1963).  To Turkish AF Aug 28, 1972 as 55-2720.  w/o Feb 2, 1983
				2721 (MSN 223-13) to MASDC Jun 9, 1971.  To Turkish AF as 55-2721.  W/o Apr 8, 1976
				2722 (MSN 222-14) to MASDC Dec 15, 1971.  To Turkish AF Aug 28, 1972 as 55-2722.  In June 2014 displayed on 
					dummy airfield at Konya Air Base, Turkey.
				2723 flown by USAF Thunderbirds.  Pilot ejected Indian Springs, NV Feb 3, 1964.
					Also listed as crashing Atlantic City Aug 6, 1967.  Pilot killed
				2724 (MSN 222-16) flown by USAF Thunderbirds (1956-1963).  To Turkish AF Oct 12, 1973 as 55-2724.  To decoy 
					at Akhisar in 1992
				2725 flown by USAF Thunderhirds McClellan AFB Jan 1964
				2726 flown by USAF Thunderbirds Nellis May 24, 1956
				2727 (4520 ADF Nellis AFB, NV, Thunderbirds) pilot KIA in unsuccessful eject while on solo practice
              			Nellis AFB, Nevada 12 Mar 59
				2728 flown by USAF Thunderbirds (1956-1963)  Crashed Atlantic City Nov 23, 1966
				2729 flown by USAF Thunderbirds.  Engine failure Thunderbird Lake Jun 17, 1959.  Pilot ejected
				2730 flown by USAF Thunderbirds.  Crashed Pahrump Valley, NV Sep 267, 1957.  Pilot killed.
				2731 crashed Robbins AFH, GA Jun 29, 1957
				2732 flown by USAF Thunderbirds (1956-1963). Pilot ejected Sep 17, 1961 during arrival at show at NAS Quonset Pt, 
					Rhode Island
				2733 (MSN 222-25) flown by USAF Thunderbirds (1956-1963). New Mexicon ANG Aug 3, 1970.
					To MASDC from 35th NGAHQ, Kirtland AFB, NM Jan 8, 1973.  Declared excess Jan 24, 1975.
55-2714		Aero Commander 560 MSN 214 previously N2714B.  Reported to have gone to Air America
					then to Laotian AF as 2714.  Registration N92619 reserved Sep 1981 but NTU.
					If true, duplicates F100C serial
55-2734/2743		North American F-100D-35-NH Super Sabre
				MSN 224-1/10
				2734 (MSN 224-1) to French AF as 52734.  Noted Apr 2004 preserved at l'Epopee de
					l'Industrie et de l'Aeronautique, Albert, France painted as '42272'
				2736 (MSN 224-3) to French AF as 52736.  Noted in Musee de l'Air, Paris-le Bourget 1988.
				2737 (MSN 224-4) to French AF as 52737.  W/o Mar 14, 1962.  Also listed as w/o Jul 31, 1965 in South Vietnam.
				2738 (MSN 224-5) to French AF as 52738
				2739 (MSN 224-6) to French AF as 52739.  Stored at Skrystrup AB, Denmark.  To be preserved as "G-183".
				2740 (MSN 224-7) to Turkish AF Mar 17, 1960 as 54-2740
				2741 (MSN 224-8) to French AF as 52741.  W/o in 1972
				2742 (MSN 224-9) to Turkish AF Jul 11, 1959 as 54-2743.  Fuselage stored at Konya Air Base, Turkey in June 2014.
				2743 (MSN 224-10) to Turkish AF May 29, 1959 as 54-2743.  Crashed Jun 1, 1962 at Eskisehir AB during airshow.
					Pilot and one spectator killed.  41 spectators injured.
55-2744/2783		North American F-100D-40-NH Super Sabre
				MSN 224-11/50
				2744 (MSN 224-11) to Royal Danish AF Apr 15, 1961 as 52744, code G-744.  To Turkish AF Jun 10, 1981 as 55-2744.  
					Crashed Aug 12, 1983 near Seyhan, Adana, Turkey.  Pilot ejected safely
				2745 (MSN 224-12) to French AF as 52745.  W/o Mar 29, 1961
				2746 (MSN 224-13) to Turkish AF May 29, 1959 as 55-2746.  W/o Sep 17, 1982
				2747 (MSN 224-14) to Royal Danish AF Jun 16, 1959 as 52747, code G-747.  W/o May 6, 1980 at Skrydstrup AB..
				2748 (MSN 224-15) to Royal Danish AF Jun 3, 1961 as 52748, code G-748.  To Turkish AF Aug 28, 1981 as 55-2748.  
					WFU 1987.  On display at Konya AB, Turkey.
				2749 (MSN 224-16) to Turkish AF Dec 3, 1958 as 55-2749.  Crashed at Eskisehir after collision with F-100
					54-2216 Feb 16, 1972
				2750 (MSN 224-17) to Turkish AF Jul 11, 1959 as 55-2750.   W/o Eskisehir May 23, 1970 
				2751 (MSN 224-18) to Royal Danish AF May 30, 1959 as 52751, code G-751.  To Turkish AF Jun 10, 1981 as 55-2751.  
					Crashed Mar 12, 1985 near Divarhakir, Turkey.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2752 (MSN 224-19) to Turkish AF May 24, 1959 as 55-2752
				2753 (MSN 224-20) to Turkish AF Sep 7, 1959 as 55-2753
				2754 (MSN 224-21) to Turkish AF Jan 9, 1958 as 55-2754
				2755 (MSN 224-22) to Turkish AF Oct 21, 1958 as 55-2755
				2756 (MSN 224-23) to Royal Danish AF Apr 15, 1961 as 52756, code G-756.  W/o Mar 8, 1968 at Galsted.
				2757 (MSN 224-24) to Turkish AF Oct 21, 1958 as 55-2757
				2758 (MSN 224-25) to Turkish AF May 30, 1959 as 55-2758
				2759 (MSN 224-26) to Turkish AF May 16, 1959 as 55-2759.  W/o Osmaniye Jun 24, 1963
				2760 (c;n 224-27) to Turkish AF May 27, 1959 as 55-2760
				2761 (49th TFW/7th TFS) crashed 5 miles south-east of Chalons-sur-Saone, France 
					following engine failure during low-level navigation exercise Jan 22, 1959.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				2762 (388th FBW/563rd FBS) crashed 5 mi SW of Etain AB Sep 16, 1957 when pilot
					became disoriented in cloud shortly after takeoff.  Pilot killed.
				2763 (MSN 224-30) to Turkish AF May 27, 1959 as 55-2763.  On display at Diyarbakir
				2764 (MSN 224-31) to Turkish AF Feb 10, 1960 as 55-2764.  W/o Karaagac Koyo Jul 22, 1971.
				2765 (MSN 224-32) to Royal Danish AF Jun 1, 1959 as 52765, code G-765.  To Turkish AF Apr 16, 1981 as 55-2766.  
					Crashed Oct 12, 1981 near Ergani, Diyarbakir, Turkey.  Pilot killed.
				2766 (MSN 224-33) to Turkish AF Jan 30, 1959 as 55-2766.  W/o Aug 8, 1964 in Turkey
				2767 (MSN 224-34) to Turkish AF Jul 9, 1959 as 55-2767
				2768 (MSN 224-35) to Royal Danish AF Jun 3, 1961 as 52768, code G-768.  To Turkish AF Aug 26, 1981 as 55-2768.  
					WFU 1988.  Seen on dump at Konya 1992
				2769 (MSN 224-36) to Royal Danish AF Jun 3, 1961 as 52769, code G-769.  To Turkish AF Nov 6, 1981 as 55-2769.  
					WFU 1988.  Seen on dump at Konya 1992
				2771 (MSN 224-38) to Royal Danish AF Mar 9, 1961 as 52771, code G-771.  To Turkish AF Jan 26, 1982 as 55-2771.  
					WFU 1988.  Seen on dump at Konya 1992
				2772 (MSN 224-39) to Royal Danish AF as 52772, code G-772
				2773 (MSN 224-40) to Royal Danish AF May 24, 1961 as 52773, code G-773.  W/o Jul 18, 1977.  SOC at Skrydstrup
					AB.  Scrapped Mar 26, 1992 at Karup AB.
				2775 (MSN 224-42) to Royal Danish AF May 24, 1961 as 52775, code G-775.  To Turkish AF Mar 16, 1981 as 55-2775.  
					WFU 1986.  On display at Eskisehir as 1-775
				2776 (MSN 224-43) to Royal Danish AF May 10, 1961 as 52776, code G-776.  W/o May 10, 1973 at Romo.
				2777 (MSN 224-44) to Royal Danish AF Jun 4, 1961 as 52777, code G-777.  W/o Jul 29, 1964 at Rodding
				2778 (MSN 224-45) to Royal Danish AF May 6, 1961 as 52778, code G-778.  W/o Aug 11, 1970 in Limfjorden near
					Aalborg AB
				2779 (MSN 224-46) to Royal Danish AF May 6, 1961 as 52779, code G-779.  To Turkish AF Aug 26, 1981 as 55-2779.  
					Crashed Apr 26, 1983 near Borankoy, Erhac, Malatya, Turkey.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2781 (MSN 224-48) to Royal Danish AF Jun 12, 1961 as 52781, code G-781.  W/o May 4, 1977 at Romo.
				2782 (MSN 224-49) to Royal Danish AF Jun 3, 1961 as 52782, code G-782.  To Turkish AF Jun 10, 1981 as 55-2782.  
					WFU 1985.  Gate guard at Erhac as 7-782
				2783 on pedestal outside main gate at Des Moines ANGB, Iowa is actually 56-3426
					painted as 55-2783.  The real 55-2783 crashed in 1957.
55-2784/2863		North American F-100D-45-NH Super Sabre
				MSN 224-51/130.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2814, 2818, 2821, 2841 AGM-12 Bullpup compatible aircraft modified with the command guidance equipment.
				2784 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed 14 mi E of RAF Lakenheath, England Aug 22, 1962
				2785 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed into sea 140 mi N of Wheelus AB, Libya Jan 22, 1959
				2786 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) collided with F-100D 55-2792 over the Holbeach (South) Range, England
					and crashed Jul 15, 1963. Both pilots ejected, but one got entangled in his parachute
					shrouds and drowned.
				2787 (48th TFW) to CASA at Getafe for maintenance Dec 1, 1958.
					SOC there Dec 1, 1959.
				2789 (MSN 224-56) to MASDC as FE319 Feb 16, 1977.  Converted to QF-100D #104.  W/o 18 November 1983. Shot down by AIM-7F missile
				2791 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed on el Uotia Range, Libya Apr 20, 1959
				2792 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) collided with F-100D 55-2786 over the Holbeach (South) Range, England 
					and crashed Jul 15, 1963.  Both pilots ejected, but one got entangled in his parachute
					shrouds and drowned.
				2793 to MASDC Jun 16, 1978 as FE391.  Converted to QF-100D #303. W/o 17 March 1988. Shot down
				2794 (MSN 224-61) Active in May 1971 with 494th Tactical Fighter Squadron/48th Tactical Fighter 
					Wing at RAF Lakenheath, Suffolk. . To MASDC Dec 19, 1975 as FE280
				2795 (MSN 224-62) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS).  Active in May 1978 with 
					110th Tactical Fighter Squadron at Lambert Field, St. Louis. 
					To Turkish AF as 55-2795.  On display at Eskisehir
				2796 (48th TFW/493rd TFS) crashed 6 mi E of el Uotia Range, Libya Mar 10, 1967.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				2797 (48th TFW/493red TFS) crashed on Salisbury Plain, England during close support
					exercise Sep 17, 1964.  Pilot killed.
				2798 (MSN 224-65) to Turkish AF as 55-2798
				2799 (50th TFW/10th TFS) crashed Jan 4, 1960 2 mi SW of Getafe, Spain while on final
					approach.  Pilot ejected safely.  Date may have been in summer of 1959
				2800 to MASDC Dec 30, 1975 as FE283
				2801 to MASDC Feb 16, 1977 as FE321.  Converted to QF-100D #172. W/o 17 July 1985. Shot down by AIM-7F missile. 
				2803 (48th TFW) crashed into sea 5 mi E of Wheelus AB, Libya Apr 11, 1959.  Pilot ejected safely
				2804 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) crashed at Chalong-Vatry AB, France Apr 14, 1959
				2805 (401st TFW/353rd TFS) crashed Mar 19, 1968 SW of Almazan, Spain.
					Pilot survived the ejection but suffered back injuries.
					It may have belonged to the 48th TFW.
				2806 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) suffered engine failure during gunnery training mission and
					crashed into River Cicogna 4 mi S of Belluno, Italy Aug 23, 1967.  Pilot ejected safely,
					but 3 people on ground slightly injured
				2807 to MASDC as FE403 Oct 5, 1978.  Converted to QF-100D #305.  W/o 4 April 1989. Shot down
				2808 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed at Wheelus AB, Libya May 14, 1959
				2809 to MASDC Mar 21, 1977 as FE327.  Converted to QF-100D #101.  W/o 12 April 1984. Shot down by AIM-9P missile.
				2810 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) crashed 3 mi WNW of Wheelus AB, Libya Jan 28, 1965
				2813 to MASDC Nov 7, 1978 as FE411.  Converted to QF-100D #306.  W/o 19 July 1989. Crashed
				2815 (48th TFW/493rd TFS) crashed during attempted emergency landing at RAF
					Luqa, Malta after engine problem Aug 17, 1968.  Pilot unhurt.  Aircraft was one 
					of a formation transitting from Wheelus AB, Libya to Aviano 
					AB, Italy, when failure of 7th-stage compressor disc caused engine to flame 
					out.  Aircraft headed for nearest airfield (RAF Luqa), landed long and ran out 
					of runway; undercarriage collapsed, aircraft proceeded through boundary 
					fence, two walls and several approach lights before coming to rest in 
					farmer's field. Pilot walked away unhurt
				2816 to MASDC May 17, 1977 as FE343.  Converted to QF-100D #103. W/o 13 January 1984. Crashed on landing at Tyndall AFB, FL 
				2817 (48th TFW/493rd TFS) crashed at Peter Hill, Scotland Aug 7, 1969.  Pilot ejected safely
				2818 to MASDC Jan 4, 1979 as FE441.  Converted to QF-100D #307. W/o 5 May 1988. Shot down 
				2819 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed 12.5 mi SSE of Norwich, England following flight control system failure
					Dec 19, 1964.  Pilot ejected safely
				2820 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed 1/2 mi E of RAF Lakenheath, England Jan 13, 1961
				2821 to MASDC Jan 18, 1977 as FE306.  Converted to QF-100D #106.  W/o 4 January 1984. Shot down by AIM-9P missile
				2822 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) crashed on el Uotia Range, Libya May 18, 1966
				2823 to MASDC Jan 18, 1977 as FE301.  Converted to QF-100D #107.  W/o 18 May 1984. Shot down by AIM-9M missile
				2825 (MSN 224-92) to Turkish AF Dec 18, 1969 as 55-2825.  Crashed while making emergency landing in
					Turkey after Cyprus attack Jul 21, 1974
				2826 to MASDC May 17, 1979 as FE535.  Converted to QF-100D #308. W/o 27 September 1991. Shot down
				2827 to MASDC Jun 14, 1979 as FE547.  Converted to QF-100D #181. W/o 2 September 1988. Shot down
				2828 to MASDC Feb 16, 1977 as FE318.  Converted to QF-100D #105. W/o 20 December 1983. Shot down by AIM-9P missile
				2829 (405th FBW/509th FBS) in company with 55-2832 crashed Jan 8, 1958 into
					mountain 3 mi SE of Weilheim, West Germany during snowstorm.  Pilot killed.
				2830 to MASDC Mar 21, 1977 as FE329.  Converted to QF-100D #177.  W/o 13 November 1985. Shot down by AIM-9P missile
				2831 (405th FBW/509th FBS) crashed Feb 13, 1958 1.75 mi E of Landstuhl AB, Germany.  Pilot ejected, but was badly injured
					when his parachute did not fully open.
				2832 (405th FBW/509th FBS) in company with 55-2829 crashed Jan 8, 1958 into
					mountain 3 mi SE of Weilheim, West Germany during snowstorm.  Pilot killed
				2833 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) struck television tower whilst on approach 
					to Soesterberg AB, Holland Aug 13, 1968; landed safely with cable embedded in 
					wing.  Moved to RAF Lakenheath the following month and in December 1968 to 
					Sacramento AMA at McClellan AFB, CA for repairs; delived in June 1970 from 
					McClellan to Ohio ANG at Springfield.  To MASDC as FE533 May 16, 1979.
					Converted to QF-100D #179.  W/o 9 September 1987. Shot down
				2834 to MASDC Jan 18, 1977 as FE305.  Converted to QF-100D #174. W/o 11 April 1985. Crashed into sea.
				2835 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed near Halesworth, England May 2, 1960.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2836 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed near RAF Church Fenton, England Oct 7, 1969.  Pilot ejected safely
				2837 (MSN 224-104) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS).   w/o 31 Jul 1965 North Vietnam
				2838 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed 36 miles WNW of Zaragosa AB, Spain May 18, 1970.  Pilot killed.
				2839 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) crashed on final approach to RAF Woodbridge, England Dec 1, 1965
				2840 (50th TFW, 10th TFS) crashed 6 mi NNE of Ul Uotia range, Libya Feb 9, 1959
				2841 to MASDC Apr 5, 1979 as FE492.  Converted to QF-100D #137. W/o 11 April 1985. Crashed into sea.
				2842 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed on approach to RAF Lakenheath, England Jul 24, 1970
				2844 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) crashed into Irish Sea 3 mi off Isle of Man Jul 24, 1969.  Pilot ejected
					safely.
				2845 (MSN 224-112) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS).  to MASDC May 17, 1977 as FE344.  
					Converted to QF-100D #108. W/o 24 April 1984. Crashed
				2846 to MASDC Aug 29, 1977 as FE358.  Converted to QF-100D #247.W/o 12 November 1987. Shot down.  
				2847 (50th TFW, 10th TFS) crashed Dec 28, 1959 at Hahn AB, West Germany
				2849 (MSN 224-116) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(309th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by small arms fire 30 mi NW of Phan Rang, Ninh Thuan Province, South
					Vietnam Jul 12, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				2850 (48th TFW/492nd TFS) crashed 1 mi SE of Grove farm, Gissing, England Jan 20, 1961.
					Suffered complete hydraulic failure during climbout frm Lakenheath
					on training mission to Holland.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2852 (48th TFW/494th TFS) crashed 3/4 mi N of Comakil Kizilagac, Turkey Jan 29, 1969
				2853 (MSN 224-120) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS).  to MASDC Jul 16, 1979 as FE560.  
					Converted to QF-100D #310.  W/o 14 March 1989. Shot down by AIM-9M missile
				2855 (MSN 224-122) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					on display at Toledo Express AP, IN.  to display at Ohio ANG, Swanton, Ohio.
				2856 (MSN 224-123) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Sep 25, 1978 as FE400.  Converted to QF-100D #147. W/o 25 January 1985. Destroyed, details unknown 
				2857 (613th TFS, 401st TFW) shot down by ground fire while attacking AAA guns at Xom Biang Military staging
					area 17 mi N of DMZ in North Vietnam Mar 2, 1965.  Pilot ejected and evaded for 7 days but was captured and
					became POW.
				2859 to MASDC Nov 20, 1978 as FE426.  Converted to QF-100D #311. W/o 15 February 1989. Shot down by AIM-9M missile
				2860 to MASDC Oct 11, 1978 as FE407.  Converted to QF-100D #139. W/o 19 November 1985. Shot down by AIM-9M missile
				2861 (MSN 224-128) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				2863 to MASDC May 10, 1979 as FE531.  Converted to QF-100D #201. W/o 28 September 1985. Shot down
55-2864/2908		North American F-100D-50-NH Super Sabre
				MSN 224-131/175.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2894, 2903 AGM-12 Bullpup compatible aircraft modified with the command guidance equipment.
				2865 (MSN 224-132) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Jan 12, 1979 as FE450.  Converted to QF-100D #281.  W/o 21 July 1988. Shot down by AMRAAM missile
				2866 (416 TFS Misawa AB, Japan) Pilot KIA in landing accident on 14 Oct 60.
				2867 to MASDC Oct 19, 1978 as FE409.  Converted to QF-100D #140.  W/o 28 May 1985. Shot down by AIM-9M missile
				2868 (401st TFW/615th TFS) crashed Feb 14, 1966 6 mi SSW of Aviano AB following
					engine failure.
				2870 (MSN 224-137) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Jun 8, 1977 as FE354.  Converted to QF-100D #249.  W/o 29 October 1987. Shot down by AIM-9M missile.
				2872 (401st TFW/612th TFS) Crashed 22 miles south-west of Incirlik AB, Turkey Oct 17, 1961.
					Pilot ejected safely
				2873 to MASDC Mar 13, 1979 as FE474.  Converted to QF-100D 282. W/o 26 May 1988. Shot down by AIM missile 
				2874 (MSN 224-141) to Turkish AF Dec 18, 1969 as 55-2874
				2875 (510th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire near Saigon, South Vietnam Apt 2, 1968.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued by ground troops.
				2876 (401 TFW Torrejon AB, Spain) USMC exchange pilot ejected on 29 Oct 62 over Konya, Turkey
				2877 to MASDC Feb 2, 1979 as FE459.  Converted to QF-100D #138. W/o 17 September 1985. Shot down.
				2878 (MSN 224-145) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				2879 (MSN 224-146) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Apr 18, 1979 as FE509.  Converted to QF-100D #312.  W/o 16 August 1988. Shot down by AIM missile
				2881 (MSN 224-148) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Apr 18, 1979 as FE510.  Converted to QF-100D #313. W/o 14 November 1988. Shot down.  
				2882 (MSN 224-149) on display in 1979 at Chamber of Commerce Part, Eau Galle, Florida
				2883 (MSN 224-150) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				2884 on display at Rickenbacker ANGB, Columbus, Ohio.
				2885 shot down over Laos Nov 18, 1964
				2887 (401st TFW/613rd TFS) crashed Sep 11, 1967 4 mi SE of Montilla del Palancar, Spain
				2888 (MSN 224-155) to Turkish AF as 55-2888, code 3-888 Dec 18, 1969.  Returned to USA Aug 1989. Registered
					Jul 1989 to Tracor Flight Systems as N2011U.  Later registered to Global Aerospace of Diamond Bar, CA 
					as N2011U.  Seen at Stead Air Base, NV in 2007.  Registered to Ronald L. Brandon of Reno, NV Mar 18, 2014
				2889 (MSN 224-156) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to Turkish AF Jan 21, 1970 as 55-2889.  To MASDC Jan 3, 1979 as FE438.  
					Converted to QF-100D  #145. W/o 5 June 1985. Shot down by AIM-9P missile
				2890 (352nd TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire near Duc Phong, 20 mi W of Song Be, Phuoc Long Province,
					South Vietnam Mar 9, 1970.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				2892 (MSN 224-159) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				2895 (612th TFS, 35th TFW) hit blast from own napalm bomb while burning Viet Cong food crops 55 mi SW of Phan
					Rang, South Vietnam Aug 23, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				2898 to MASDC Jan 3, 1979 as FE437.  Converted to QF-100D #143. W/o 19 October 1984. Shot down by AIM-7F missile.
				2899 (MSN 224-166) to Turkish AF Jan 21, 1970 as 55-2899
				2900 w/o 4 Jul 1968 in landing accident at Binh Thuy, South Vietnam
				2901 (MSN 224-168) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					landed fast at Pieiku AB, RVN, porpoised, collapsed nose
					gear, went off end of runway Feb 11, 1971.  Pilot ejected out of
					envelope and was killed.
				2903 (MSN 224-170) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(308th TFS, 31st TFW) suffered engine failure during close air support mission over South Vietnam
					Sep 18, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				2904 (MSN 224-171) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(510th TFS, 3rd TFW) hit by ground fire during close air support mission 15 mi W of My Tho in Meking
					Delta region of South Vietnam Sep 15, 1967.  Able to fly towards My Tho where pilot ejected and was rescued
					by US Army helicopter.
				2905 (MSN 224-172) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Mar 9, 1979 as FE468.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 327.   W/o 6 June 1990. Shot down by AIM-7M missile.
				2906 (613rd TFS, 401st TFW) hit by ground fire Ne Ha Tinh, North Vietnam Mar 31, 1965.  Able to fly to about 20
					mi in Laos, where pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF HH-43 Husky helicopter.
				2908 (352nd TFS, 35th TFW) crashed on landing at Bien Thuy AB, South Vietnam Jul 4, 1968.  Pilot injured but
					survived.
55-2909/2954		North American F-100D-45-NH Super Sabre
				MSN 224-176/221.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2910 (MSN 224-177) to Turkish AF Dec 18, 1969 as 55-2910.  On display at Konya 
				2911 has two losses credited to its serial number.  One was on Jan 26, 1967 with 612th TFS, 35th TFW being shot down
					by ground fire 30 mi W of Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam.  Pilot KIA.  The other was
					was on Apr 6, 1968 with 615th TFS, 35th TFW being shot down by ground fire 10 mi NW of An Khe, South Vietnam.
					Pilot KIA.
				2912 (614th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire near Lai Khe, 20 mi N of Saigon, South Vietnam Mar 19, 1967.  
					Pilot KIA.
				2914 (615th TFS, 35th TFW) hit by ground fire after taking off from Phang Rang AB, South Vietnam Jun 18, 1968.
					Crashed 10 mi Sw of the base.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				2916 (MSN 224-183) to Turkish AF Dec 18, 1969 as 55-2916. Seen on dump at Konya 1989
				2917 (MSN 224-184) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC May 31, 1979 as FE0538.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 328.  W/o 7 November 1990. Shot down by AIM-9P missile
				2918 (3rd TFW) damaged in VC rocket attack on Bien Hoa AB, South Vietnam Feb 22, 1969
				2919 (MSN 224-186) to Turkish AF as 55-2919. Seen on dump at Konya 1989
				2920 (612th TFS, 37th TFW) shot down by ground fire 35 mi NW of Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam
					Dec 16, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was US Army helicopter.
				2921 (612th TFS, 37th TFW) hit by ground fire SW of Hue, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Oct 23, 1968.  Flew
					towards sea and pilot ejected 5 mi off coast in South China Sea and was rescued by US Navy ship.
				2923 (615th TFS, 35th TFW) crashed on landing approach at Phan Rang AB, South Vietnam Apr 23, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				2925 to MASDC Sep 24, 1979 as FE601.  Converted to QF-100D  #202. W/o 20 December 1986. Shot down..
				2927 to MASDC Nov 20, 1978 as FE419.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 283. W/o 4 November 1988. Shot down by AIM-9M missile
				2928 w/o Mar 14, 1958
				2929 (615th TFS, 35th TFW) crashed on aborted takeoff from Phan Rang AB, South Vietnam Apr 23, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				2930 (50th FBW) crashed Jan 18, 1958 2.75 NE of Wheelus AB, Libya following engine
					failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2932 (50th TFW, 81st TFS) crashed May 12, 1959 at Morsbach, 
					West Germany.  Pilot ejected safely
				2933 flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  To MASDC Mar 27, 1978 as FE371.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 329
					W/o 14 February 1991. Shot down by AIM-7M missile
				2935 (510th TFS, 3rd TFW) suffered fuel system malfunction over South Vietnam Oct 4, 1969.  Pilot ejected 
					and was rescued.
				2936 (50th TFW, 81st TFS) crashed Feb 27, 1959 1.5 mi N of Napt, France.  Pilot
					ejected safely
				2939 to MASDC Jun 4, 1979 as FE540.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 203. W/o 16 June 1986. Shot down
				2940 (MSN 224-207) to Turkish AF as 55-2940
				2941 (50th TFW, 81st TFS) crashed Aug 21, 1959 1 mi SW of Wadonville-en-Woevre, France
				2942 to MASDC May 9, 1979 as FE524.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 299. W/o 24 May 1988. Shot down.
				2943 (615th TFS, 35th TFW) hit by ground fire 10 mi NE of Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan Province, South Vietnam
					Jul 8, 1970.  Able to fly out to sea and pilot ejected 35 mi S of Phan rang in South China Sea and
					was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				2945 to MASDC Mar 12, 1979 as FE471.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 330.W/o 7 June 1989. Shot down by AIM-12 missile 
				2946 (401st TFW/613rd TFS) crashed May 16, 1967 20 mi NW of Torrejon AB.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				2947 (110TFS, 131st TFW, Missouri ANG, Lambert Field, St. Louis, MO) caught fire in flight Jun 9, 1973 
					and pilot ejected S of St Charles, MO and received many serious injuries.  Plane crashed in Missouri River.
				2948 (50th TFW, 10th TFS) crashed Apr 29, 1965 22 mi ESE of Wheelus AB, Libya
					following compressor stall.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2949 to MASDC Nov 20, 1978 as FE423.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 146.  W/o 19 October 1984. Shot down by AIM-7F missile
				2950 (50th TFW, 10th TFS) wrecked Nov 30, 1960 when ran off end of runway at
					Hahn AB, West Germany after aborted takeoff.
				2951 to MASDC Jul 5, 1979 as FE556.  Converted to QF-100D deone no. 205. W/o 2 September 1986. Shot down.
				2952 to MASDC Apr 25, 1979 as FE513.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 331. W/o 10 February 1991. Shot down
				2953 (50th FBW) crashed Apr 10, 1958 on El Uotia range, Libya following 
					mechanical failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				2954 (50th TFW, 81st TFS) crashed Sep 23, 1959 13 mi NE of El Uotia range, Libya
55-2955/2971		Lockheed YF-104A Starfighter
				MSN 183-1001/1017.  Model 183-93-02.  Service test aircraft.  There is no suggestion that any YF-104A was redesignated as F-104A
				2955 first flight Feb 17, 1956.  Reached Mach 2 Apr 27, 1956.  DBR in failed 
					landing Apr 25, 1957.  
				2956 Unveiled at Palmdale, CA Apr 17, 1956.  Loaned to NOTS China Lake, CA Apr 9, 1959.  Had engine trouble on takeoff 
					and ran off runway at NAS China Lake Jun 15, 1959
				2957 Converted to QF-104A.  Set world altitude record of 91,243 feet May 7, 1958,
					flown by Maj. Howard C. Johnson
				2958 Crashed on landing at Palmdale AF Plant 42, CA Feb 15, 1957.
				2959  w/o 10 Jul 1958  Engine fire-location?
				2960 W/o Mov 3, 1956 in crash during approach to Edwards AFB, California.  Pilot killed.
				2961 (MSN 183-1007) redesignated as F-104A.  Accepted by the USAF Jul 31, 1956, delivered Aug 21, 1956.
					Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Station, Edwards AFB, CA, Aug 23, 1956.  Designated JF-104A
					Registered as NASA 818.  Registered as N818NA; cancelled.
					Used as Reaction Control System (RCS) test aircraft.  Last flight for NASA Aug 26, 1975. 
					Flown Nov 18, 1975 to Andrews AFB, DC for transfer to the National Air and Space Museum 
					later that year.  Preserved and on display in the Planetarium Lobby exhibition at the National 
					Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC.
				2962 Crashed west of Barstow, CA May 1, 1957.
				2963 (Drone)  shot down 1 Feb 1962-location?
				2964 W/o Nov 2, 1957
				2965 Converted to JQF-104A drone.  W/o Mar 1, 1967
				2966 (Drone)  shot down 14 Jun 1967  Gulf of Mexico
				2967 Was on display at USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, CO.  Noted Aug 2006 at USAF Academy.
					Now at Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum, Pueblo, Colorado. 
				2968 (Drone) shot down 14 Sep 1962  Gulf of Mexico
				2969 To GE Flight Test Aug 1958.  Returned to USAF Aug 1961.
				2970 w/o 27 May 1957  Compressor stall-location?
				2971 To drone as QF-104A, in service with 3205th Drone Squadron
					at Eglin AFB, FL in 1964.
55-2972			Cessna T-37A-CD
				MSN 40005
				Broken up at WPAFB for spares reclamation
55-2973/2978		de Havilland Canada YU-1-DH Otter
				DHC-3 for US Army.  Initially designated YC-137
				2973 (MSN 43) delivered feb 28, 1955.  to N94472, C-GQDU registered Aug 5, 1988, current.  DHC-3/1000 hp conversion. 
				2974 (MSN 47, U-1A) delivered Mar 1955.  Disappeared over the Gulf of Sirte, Libya Jan 4, 1960. All 10 crew missing. 
					Plane never found. Also listed as assigned to 521st Engineer Company at Crissy AAF, San Francisco. 
					It deployed to Alaska during the summer of 1955 to take part in a survey of Alaska. While engaged in a troop transport
					flight, it crashed in a ravine near Fort Carson on 16th June 1959. It came to rest inverted and sustained major damage. 
					The pilot and nine passengers survived the crash, with some injuries. SOC Oct59
				2975 (MSN 48) C-FXFO registered Nov 14, 1977, cancelled Aug 2, 2000.
				2976 (MSN 49) MAP delivery to Panama as 301.  Written off
				2977 (MSN 50) 
				2978 (MSN 51) sold to Khmer AF Sep 1971 as 0-52978.  WFU by Jul 1973
55-2979/2983		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9476/9480.  For MDAP
				2979 to Japanese AF
				2980 to Italian AF as MM55-2980.Preserved in Oct 1987 at Grazzanise AB and in Jun 2010 at Latina AB.  
				2981 to Japanese AF
				2982 to Italian AF
				2983 to Japanese AF
55-2984/3016		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-9481/9513.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 
				Bu. No. 141502/141534
55-3017/3028		Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
				MSN 580-9514/9525.  For MDAP.
				3017 w/o 26 Jun 1957 near Lind, WA
				3018 (MSN 580-9515) 27th Tactical Fighter Wing, 832nd Air Division, Cannon AFB, Clovis, NM. 26th Tactical 
					Reconnaissance Wing, USAFE, Ramstein AB, West Germany 12May71. 10th Tactical 
					Reconnaissance Wing, Third Air Force, RAF Alconbury, England 6Jul71. 26th Tactical 
					Reconnaissance Wing, USAFE, Ramstein AB, West Germany 28Sep71. 
					To Military Assistance Program [MAP] 21Mar72. No evidence of delivery to Turkey.
				3019 to MASDC as TC885 Nov 10, 1969
				3021 to MASDC as TC933 Dec 29, 1969.  To US civil registry as N3497F.  Seen Dec 2007 in Travis AFB
					museum collection.
				3022 (MSN 580-9519) 4429th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 27th Tactical Fighter Wing, 
					832nd Air Division, Cannon AFB, Clovis, NM. 26th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, USAFE, Ramstein AB, 
					West Germany May71. 10th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Third Air Force, RAF Alconbury, England. 
					26th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, USAFE, Ramstein AB, West Germany 29Sep71. 
					Military Assistance Program [MAP] 21Mar72. No evidence of delivery to Turkey. Noted derelict at Ramstein Jan75
				3024 (MSN 580-9521) 27th Tactical Fighter Wing, 832nd Air Division, Cannon AFB, Clovis, NM. 26th Tactical 
					Reconnaissance Wing, USAFE, Ramstein AB, West Germany May71. 10th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, 
					Third Air Force, RAF Alconbury, England. 26th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, USAFE, Ramstein AB, 
					West Germany 5Oct71. Military Assistance Program [MAP] 21Mar72
				3025 (MSN 580-9522) assigned to 62nd FIS, KI Sawyer AFB, MI.  Assigned to NASA Langley Research
					Center, Langley Field, VA Dec 17, 1969 to Mar 27, 1973.  Registered as NASA 512.
					Assigned to US Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum, MCAS Quantico, VA.
					Noted at Minnesota ANG Museum, Minneapolis-St Paul IAP, Minnesota
				3026 to Turkish AF
				3027 to MASDC as Sep 21, 1973.  To Italian AF
				3028 (MSN 580-9525) 474th Tactical Fighter Wing, Nellis AFB, Las Vegas, NV 1970. 26th Tactical 
					Reconnaissance Wing, USAFE, Ramstein AB, West Germany 12May71. 10th Tactical Reconnaissance 
					Wing, Third Air Force, RAF Alconbury, England 8Jul71. 26th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, USAFE, 
					Ramstein AB, West Germany 24Sep71. Military Assistance Program [MAP] 24Sep71. Greek Government. 
					To Royal Hellenic Air Force 15Oct71. 120PEA, 362MPE, Kalamata AB. Crashed on a night navigation 
					training flight at Chiliomodi, Korintias 20Dec74 (1KIS)
55-3029/3049		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9570/9590.  For MDAP.
				3029 to Japanese AF
				3030 to Italian AF
				3031 to Italian AF
				3032 (MSN 580-9573). to Japan Air Self-Defence Force as 61-5207 and stored at Hamamatsu Air Base in November 2011.
				3033 (MSN 580-9574) to Italian AF.  On display at Viterbo AB, Italy as MM55333/4-133
				3034 to Italian AF.  W/o 28 Jul 1957 near Istrana Treviso AFB
				3035 to Japanese AF
				3036 to Italian AF.  W/o May 4, 1963 near Pioppa-Calabrina, Italy
				3037 to Italian AF.  Reportedly broken up in 1976
				3038 (MSN 580-9579) to Belgium as FT31 Mar 1956.  W/o Oct 3, 1966 at Weert, Netherlands when engine flamed out, pilot
					tried to restart, but without success, and ejected.
				3039 to Japanese AF
				3040 (MSN 580-9581) to Belgium as FT32 Mar 1956.  W/o May 28, 1957 when developed a fuel leak in left tip tank and
					crashed before reachingthe runway.
				3041 (MSN 580-9582) to Belgium as FT33.  W/o Jun 13, 1977 when crashed in the town of Velm.
				3042 to Japanese AF
				3043 (MSN 580-9584) to Belgium as FT34 Mar 1956.  Stored Koksijde Jul 24, 1978.  To Brussels Air Museum Feb 1982.
				3044 (MSN 580-9585) to Belgium as FT38 May 1956.  SOC Feb 1980.  Presumed returned to USAF.  To Ramstein AB,
					West Germany for battle damage repair training.  Last noted Aug 1986
				3045 to Japanese AF as 51-5609
				3046 (MSN 580-9587) to Belgium as FT35 Mar 1956.  W/o May 13, 1959 when crashed at Saintes (Tubize) after midair
					collision with FT18 (51-17469)
				3047 (MSN 580-9588) to Belgium as FT36 Mar 1956.  SOC Nov 1979.  After Belgian AF use, went
					to Sculpthorp, England Nov 26, 1979.  Stored at RAF Sculthorpe before going to Dumfries and
					Galloway Aviation Museum, Dumfries, Scotland.
				3048 to Portuguese AF as 1908.  W/o 5 Jul 1962 at Ota AFB
				3049 to Portuguese AF as 1915
55-3050/3073		Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
				MSN 580-9591/9614.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 
				Bu. No. 141535/141558
55-3074/3115		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9615/9640, 580-9670/9685.  For MDAP.
				3074 to Japanese Air Self Defense Force as 51-5610
				3075 to Italian AF
				3076 to Italian AF. By Oct 1993 preserved i Montagnana, Italy
				3077 to Italian AF
				3078 to Italian AF
				3079 to Japanese Air Self Defense Force 
				3080 to Italian AF.  Preserved at Rivolto AB.
				3081 to Italian AF.  W/o 16 Jul 1956 Villafranca AFB
				3082 (MSN 580-9623) to Belgium as FT37 Apr 1956.  SoC Feb 1980. Presumed returned to USAF. 
					To RAF Alconbury (a USAF base) Mar 7, 1980 as battle damage repair training airframe.  To RAF Molesworth
					(a USAF base) in 1987.  Last noted in scrap compound.  Scrappe 1988.
				3083 FMS to Portuguese AF as 1909.  Stored Cemetery Hangar Beja Apr 2000
				3084 to Japanese Air Self Defense Force as 51-5612
				3085 FMS to Portuguese AF as 1914.  Stored Cemetery Hangar Beja Apr 2000
				3086 to Italian AF.  To Portuguese AF as 1910, w/o Aug 2, 1967
				3087 to Portuguesse AF as 1913
				3088 to Italian AF, then to Portuguese AF as 1911.  Stored Cemetery Hangar Beja Apr 2000
				3089 to Japanese Air Self Defense Force 
				3090 to French AF, then to Portuguese AF as 1912.
				3091 (MSN 580-9632) to French AF, then to Turkish AF.  Later preserved at Vannes Airport in France in 
					Armee de l'Air colors.  To Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace. Framce
				3092 to French AF,then to Turkey as 7-092.
				3093 to French AF, then to Turkish AF
				3094 to Japanese Air Self Defense Force 
				3095 to French AF, then to Turkish AF
				3096 to French AF, then to Turkish AF
				3097 to French AF
				3098 to French AF.  W/o 31 Jan 1968   Location ?
				3099 to Japanese Air Self Defense Force 
				3100 to Japanese Air Self Defense Force 
				3101 to French AF
				3102 to French AF.  W/o Feb 6, 1969  Location ?
				3103 to French AF
				3104 to French AF, then to Turkish AF
				3105 to Japanese Air Self Defense Force 
				3106 to French AF, then to Turkish AF
				3107 to French AF, then to Turkish AF
				3108 to French AF, then to Turkish AF
				3109 to Pakistan AF
				3110 to Japanese Air Self Defense Force as 65-5220 and based at Hyakuri Air Base Feb 1987.
				3111 to Pakistan AF
				3112 to Pakistan AF
				3113 (MSN 580-9683) to Pakistan. On display at Pakistan AF Museum, Karachi.
				3114 to Pakistan AF
				3115 to Pakistan AF
55-3116/3117		Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
				MSN 580-9774/9775.  For MDAP
				3116 to MASDC as TC756 Nov 16, 1966
				3117 to MASDC as TC739 Nov 5, 1966
55-3118/3146		Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
				MSN 17234/17262
				3118 (MSN 17234) 7/18/56: Roll out. First production KC-135A. 
					8/31/56: First flight, named “City of Renton.” 
					1/24/57: TOS USAF. Performed operational acceptance testing at Edwards AFB until 1958.
					1958: Loaned to Boeing Aircraft for test programs. 
					7/60: Oklahoma Air Material Area, Tinker AFB, OK. 
					11/60: Flight Test Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
					1/21/61: Tactical Air Command. .  
					Converted to EC-135K airborne command post under Project "Head Dancer".  
					By 1962: 18th Air Command and Control Squadron (TAC), Seymour Johnson AFB, NC. 
						Served as TAC Commander’s aircraft. 
					1971: Flew Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to China on a secret mission. 
					RAF Mildenhall Jun 8, 1974  
					6/16/78: 8th Tactical Deployment Squadron, 552nd Air Control Wing, Tinker AFB, OK. 
					3/9/82: Re-engined with TF33-PW-102 turbofans. 
					5/96: 89th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.  
					8/96: NMUSAF Loan Program, converted back to KC-135A standard for display. 
					10/15/96: Placed on display with Kansas ANG-184th BW, McConnell AFB, Wichita, KS.
				3119 (MSN 17235) converted to NKC-135A for ECM tests. AFSC/ASD 4950th TW. To AMARC as CA067 Jul 6, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Departed Jun 17, 2020, bailed to Boeing
				3120 (MSN 17236) converted to NKC-135A for ionosphere research and leased out to MIT/Lincoln Labs at Hanscom Field, MA
					from 1966-1970.  4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson, OH [noted Aug81]
					To AMARC as CA095 Dec 15, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Dweparted Feb 14, 2019
				3121 (MSN 17237) converted to JKC-135A test aircraft.  Then back to to KC-135A.  Converted to KC-135R,
					to RC-135R (an unofficial designation), to KC-135T,  then to RC-135T.  Struck mountain
					near Valdez, AK in poor weather Feb 25/26, 1985.  3 killed.  Wreckage not located until Aug 2, 1985.
					Was never a TC-135S, even though the plane acted as an RC-135T trainer for the Cobra Ball RC-135S fleet.
					Project ‘Speed Light’, used for reconnaissance 1961.  Project ‘Rivet Stand’, designated KC-135R (I) 1967, 
					Project ‘Garlic Salt’, sub-version of KC-135R (I) ‘Rivet Stand’ .
					Project ‘Briar Patch’ - CIA-sponsored sub-version of Rivet Stand, KC-135A / KC-135R (I), modified for 
					ELINT missions, 1967/1969 ?  Designated RC-135S, project ‘Cobra Jaws/Busted Jaw/Rivet Jaws’ Mar 1969-May 1971.
					Project ‘Rivet Dandy’, designated RC-135T May 1971-Jul 1973 
				3122 (MSN 17238) converted to NKC-135A test aircraft.  As NKC-135A active with 4950th Test Wing, 
					Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.   To AMARC 
					as CA094 Oct 19, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Departed Nov 13, 2018
				3123 (MSN 17239) 3/1/57: Rollout as KC-135A, but was delivered as a dedicated test bed with no refueling boom. 
					4/5/57: First flight. 
					5/18/57: TOS USAF and redesignated as JKC-135A.  
					7/74: Began serving as the primary platform for testing the Airborne Optical Lightweight Tracking 
						System (ALOTS). Flight tests for the system began in 1965. 
					1977: Redesignated NKC-135 and converted to Airborne Laser Laboratory by General Dynamics. 
						This plane was extensively modified by the Air Force weapons Laboratory at Kirtland Air 
						Force Base, N.M., and used in an 11-year experiment to prove a high-energy laser could be 
						operated in an aircraft and employed against airborne targets. During the experiment, the 
						Airborne Laser Lab destroyed five AIM-9 Sidewinder air-to-air missiles and a Navy BQM-34A 
						target drone.
					4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson, OH [noted Aug81]
					5/4/88: 4950th Test Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, landing at Wright Field for preservation at 
						the Air Force Museum. 
					5/20/88: Turned over to the Air Force Museum.
				3124 (MSN 17240) converted to JKC-135A test aircraft, then to NKC-135A.  Assigned to NACA High-Speed 
					Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, 1957 to 1958.  Used to help establish new approach 
					procedure guidelines on cloud-ceiling and visibility minimums for Boeing's first jet airliner, the B-707.
					4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson, OH [noted Aug81].  Retired Mar 7, 1991.  
					Converted to GNKC-135A ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX.  
					Now on the dump there.
				3125 (MSN 17241) converted NKC-135A and then to EC-135Y.  Project ‘Pave Onyx’. Aircraft used to test AN/ALQ-125 
					Terec prototype target location system for U-2Cs, Litton, targeting technique for anti-radar standoff 
					weapons (defence suppression). Rome Air Development Center 1968; 4950th Test Wing (ASD) as NKC-135A 1977; 
					19th Air Refueling Wing (EC-135Y) 1992;  June 1996 with USAF Central Command, MacDill AFB, FL. 19th ARW in 1997
					To AMARC as CA0126 Feb 4, 1999.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
					Scrapped Sep 12, 2013 at HVF West.
				3126 (MSN 17242) converted to VC-135A.  Was used as *Speckled Trout* flying avionics testbed. Named after Faye Trout, 
					the civilian program monitor at the Lab,  mid-1960s to 1974.  Set Buenos Aires to Washington speed record of 11 
					hours 5 minutes with General Curtis LeMay at the controls Nov 13, 1957.  To MASDC as 
					CA004 July 31, 1975.  Cut up for scrap and nose used as an a/c simulator.
				3127 (MSN 17243) converted to JKC-135A test aircraft.  As JKC-135A active with Rome Air 
					Development Center in October 1964 and the Eastern Test Range in November 1974.  Converted
					to NKC-135A.  4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson, OH [noted Aug81].  
					To AMARC as CA040 Aug 31, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Departed Nov 21, 2018
				3128 (MSN 17244) converted to NKC-135A.  To AMARC as CA0106 May 20, 1996.	
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. 
				3129 (MSN 17245) converted to NKC-135A test aircraft and then 
					to NKC-135E and then to NKC-135E, Assigned to 4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division
					Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, 1979 to 1980
					A special wingtip "winglet", developed by the Langley Research Center, was tested on the aircraft.
					This plane was used by Mercury astronauts for zero-G training.  
					Returned to 4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson, OH, noted Aug 1981.
					Returned to ASD on completion of winglet trials at NASA] and then converted to EC-135P.  
					Named "Drogue Dragon" with 6th Aiirborne Command and Control Squadron/1st Fighter Wing in June 1988.  
					To AMARC as CA008 Jan 31, 1992.  Seen at Pima Jan 1999.   Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
					Scrapped May 11, 2016
				3130 (MSN 17246) named "Ole Grandad" with 7th BW.  On display at March Field Museum, California, 
					still wearing this artwork
				3131 (MSN 17247) converted to NKC-135A for ionosphere research and leased out to MIT/Lincoln Labs at Hanscom Field, MA
					from 1966-1970.  4950th Test Wing, Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson, OH [noted Aug81]
					To AMARC as CA053 Oct 19, 1992.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Scrapped Sep 2, 2010
				3132 (MSN 17248) converted to NKC-135A, then to NKC-135E.  (412th TW/452nd FTS/Det 2) "Big Crow I"
					surrogate ballistic missile for YAL-1A. ‘Big Crow’ - Airborne Electronic Warfare Laboratory, used for ECM 
					testing, 1973+.  Delivered to AMARC by Nov 2008 as CA0224.  Seen on celebrity row at Davis-Monthan AMARC on 8/28/2017
				3133 (MSN 17249) converted to RC-135S.  Crashed while landing at Wake Island Sept 24, 1968 when
					shutdown after inflight engine failure and landing gear hit the sea wall at
					the end of the runway.  11 of 52 onboard killed.  All the passengers killed were in the tail.
				3134 (MSN 17250) converted to JKC-135A test aircraft and then to NKC-135A. participated in "Starfish" nuclear 
					tests, 1962.  Transferred to US Navy but retained USAF serial number.  'King Crow I’ designated 
					NKC-135A airborne electronic threat simulator, USN, 1975+.  Used to train Navy
					airborne and shipborne crews to operate in a realistic electronic warfare environment  
					To AMARC as 6G0002 Feb 20, 1996.  Departed Nov 8, 2018
				3135 (MSN 17251) converted to JKC-135A, fitted with 50 small
					windows for nuclear readiness testing. then cnoverted to NKC-135A as instrumented tanker
					to provide data on new aircraft or syustems, and then to NKC-135E.  Retired Sept 2004,
					allegedly the second oldest aircraft then serving with USAF (49 years
					of use).  To AMARC Sep 28, 2004 as CA0144.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Departed Nov 8, 2018
				3136 (MSN 17252) converted to JKC-135A. March AFB, CA May 20, 1978 22nd BW.  To 917th ARS 96th BW, 
					To AMARC as CA062 Apr 28, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3137 (MSN 17253) Active in July 1969 with 2nd Bomb Wing at Barksdale AFB, Louisiana.  
					Named "Steamin n Screaming" Sep 1992 with 917th ARS.  To 906th ARS 43rd ARW 
					To AMARC as CA070 Jul 14, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. Departed Oct 16, 2018
				3138 (MSN 17254) crashed at U-Tapao RTNAB, Thailand Oct 2, 1968 due to
					asymmetric thrust during takeoff.
				3139 (MSN 17255) named "Grey Lady"  with 17th BW in 1971.  To 92nd BW.  On display at Castle AFB Museum, 
					California with nose art 'City of Atwater'.
				3140 (MSN 17256) w/o Apr 19, 1967 at Wake Island due to explosion during 
					servicing of the landing gear.
				3141 (MSN 17257) converted to KC-135E.   Active in May 1987 with 116th 
					Air Refuelling Squadron Washington ANG at Fairchild AFB.  To 116th ARS WA ANG, 174th ARS IA ANG
					To AMARC as CA0135 Mar 17, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Seen at Davis-Monthan AMARC on 8/28/2017
				3142 (MSN 17258) Active in October 1973 with 11th Air Refuelling Squadron/11th Air Refuelling Wing. In August 
					1978 with 340th Air Refuelling Wing at Altus AFB, Oklahoma  and by August 1986 transferred to 93rd Bomb Wing at 
					Castle AFB, California.  Named "Young Tiger" with 7th BW Sep 1992.  To AMARC as CA104 Jul 12, 1994.
				3143 (MSN 17259) converted to KC-135E.   As KC-135E active in October 1987 with 197th 
					Air Refuelling Squadron Arizona ANG at Phoenix ANG Base.   To AMARC as CA0137 Mar 7, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				3144 (MSN 17260) crashed on approach to Hanscom Field, MA Aug 8, 1962.  3 killed.  Is
					reportedly to have been the tanker featured in the title credits of "Dr Strangelove".  
				3145 (MSN 17261) Active in October 1977 with 314th Air Refuelling Squadron/940th Air Refuelling Group at Mather 
					AFB, California and still so in June 1984  Converted to KC-135E. As KC-135E active in 
					July 1997 with 314th Air Refuelling Squadron/940th Air Refuelling Wing at McClellan AFB, California and named 
					“Mallard 1”.Named "City of Columbus" with 154th ARS, Ohio ANG.  Active with 117th Air Refuelling 
					Squadron/190th Air Refuelling Wing Kansas ANG at Forbes Field prior to retirement to AMARG
					To AMARC as CA0197 May 29, 2008.  It was the oldest KC-135E still serving.
				3146 (MSN 17262) converted to KC-135E.  Named "City of Columbus" with 145th ARS, Ohio ANG in Jul 1987 and
					later as "Somerset County" with 141st ARS, New Jersey ANG.  To AMARC as CA0163 Jun 6, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
55-3147/3152		Northrop XSM-62A Snark missiles
				MSN N-3409/3414
55-3153/3166		Martin YTM-76A Mace
55-3167/3173		Lockheed X-7A
				Ramjet test vehicle.  Redesignated X-7A-1 in 1962.
55-3174/3175		Sikorsky UH-19D Chickasaw
				MDAP for France
55-3176			Sikorsky H-19D-SI Chickasaw
				MSN 55895.  Delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 26, 1955.  For MDAP.  Must have been returned to US, since went to Mesa
					and stored at Chandler Memorial, Arizona.  Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
55-3177/3182		Sikorsky UH-19D Chickasaw
				MDAP for France
				3177 (MSN 55898) to French AF as 55-3177
				3178 (MSN 55899) to French AF as 55-3178.  Must have been returned to USA, since went to Mesa
				3179 (MSN 55900) to French AF as 55-3179.
				3180 (MSN 55901) to French AF as 55-30180 Sep 27, 1955.  Transferred to French Army Light Aviation Apr 20, 1964
					as 55901.  WFU Feb 18, 1972.
				3181 (MSN 55902) to French AF as 55-3181 Sep 30, 1955.  Transferred to French Army Light Viation Apr 26, 1964
					as 55902.  WFU Feb 18, 1972.  noted Apr 2004 preserved at l'Epopee de l'Industrie et de
					l'Aeronautique, Albert, France with Army titles on boom with serial 3181 still carried on forward fuselage.
				3182 (MSN 55905) to French Air Force as 55-3182 Oct 12, 1955.  Transferred to French Army Light Aviation
					Jun 30, 1965 as 55905.  WFU Dec 17, 1970.
55-3183/3228		Sikorsky H-19D-SI Chickasaw
				For US Army.  Redesignated UH-19D in 1962.  MSNs and delivery dates from Helis.com
				3183 (MSN 55906) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 8, 1955.
				3184 (MSN 55907) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 15, 1955.  to N73893 Island Helicopters Inc, Dover, DE (USCAR Jan72), 
					cancelled.  Registered N2650M, current.  Airesearch TSE 331 engine installed.
				3185 (MSN 55908) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 8, 1955.  To civil registry as N90885, expired Sep 30, 2013.
					Forced landing and rolled over due to tail rotor failure at Pontaic, Michigan Sep 2, 1978.  Repaired.
					Hard landing and fell on side due to mechanical failure Apr 1, 1985.
				3186 (MSN 55909) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 18, 1955.  Seen at Michigan Military Air Museum, Saginaw, MI in 1972.
				3187 (MSN 55913) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 8, 1955.  To MASDC as XB065.  Stored at Chandler
					Memoria, Arizona.  To the Wingspan Air Museum, Mesa, Arizona, stored at Falcon Field, Arizona by Sep 2011.
				3188 (MSN 55914) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 9, 1955
				3189 (MSN 55915) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 13, 1955.   Became N95483 May 17, 1974, sold
				  	to owner in Venezuela Oct 1982 as YV-356C, but US registration not cancelled until Aug 20, 2004.
					Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona, last reported 1994.
				3190 (MSN 55916) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 19, 1955
				3191 (MSN 55917) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 23, 1955
				3192 (MSN 55918) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 10, 1956
				3193 (MSN 55922) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 29, 1955.  To MASDC, then to Allied yard.  Stored at Chandler
					Memorial, Arizona.  Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
				3194 (MSN 55923) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 14, 1956. to N37791 Orlando Helicopter Airways Inc, 
					Orlando, FL by 01JAN78.  To N37791 Aug 3, 1993, current.  Reported
					stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona, last reported 1994.
				3195 (MSN 55924) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 16, 1956
				3196 (MSN 55925) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 18, 1956.  Registered N3745Y May 15, 1980, cancelled Nov 20, 2012.
					Parts used in restoration of RCAF 9632 at Canadian Museum of Flight, Langley, British Columbia.
				3197 (MSN 55926) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 6, 1957.  to civilian registry as N95487 to Orlando Helicopter
					Airways May 17, 1974.  Cancelled Apr 29, 2011.  Stored by Orlando Helicopters at Sandford.
					Preserved at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas with serial 14314.
				3198 (MSN 55932) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 15, 1956
				3199 (MSN 55933) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 29, 1956
				3200 (MSN 55934) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 29, 1956
				3201 (MSN 55935) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 2, 1956
				3202 (MSN 55941) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 17, 1956 
				3203 (MSN 55942) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 17, 1956
				3204 (MSN 55943) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 17, 1956
				3205 (MSN 55944) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 13, 1956
				3206 (MSN 55945) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 13, 1956.  To MASDC as XB049, to Mesa.  Stored at Chandler
					Memorial, Arizona.  Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
				3207 (MSN 55951) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 5, 1956.  To civil registry as N63314 with Orlando Helicopter
					Airways Nov 19, 1973.  Cancelled on export to Finland May 18, 1977.  Registered OH-HSA, WFU.
				3208 (MSN 55952) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 5, 1956.  To MASDC, then to Allied yard.  To N550DT, cancelled
					Aug 15, 2013.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona
				3209 (MSN 55953) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 10, 1956
				3210 (MSN 55954) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 23, 1956
				3211 (MSN 55955) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 17, 1956.  To civil registry as N90414 May 25, 1976.
					Crashed Jun 23, 1984 at Gilbertsville, OH following engine failure due to fuel starvation.
					Registration cancelled May 17, 2013.  Noted at dodson Intl Parts Inc, Rantoul, KS Apr 2015.
				3212 (MSN 55961) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 1, 1956.  To N37783 Orlando Helicopter Airways Inc, 
					Orlando, FL by 01JAN78.  To civilian registry as N37783 with Whisper Jet
					Aug 13, 1993, current.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
				3213 (MSN 55962) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 4, 1956.
				3214 (MSN 55963) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 4, 1956.
				3215 (MSN 55964) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 9, 1956.  To civil registry as N4374 May 20, 1971,
					cancelled Jan 30, 1974.  State of Oklahoma, Stillwater, OK (USCAR Jan72)
				3216 (MSN 55965) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 9, 1956.  Registered N75216 to Aircraft Specialties
					Mar 12, 1974, cancelled on export to Canada Apr 4, 1975.  Registered C-BUGF, cancelled Jun 18, 1986
				3217 (MSN 55966) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 12, 1956.  To MASDC, then to Allied yard, 
					to civil registry as N95485, current.  DBR in forced landing at Poston, Arizona Jan 24, 1981 due to 
					mechanical failure.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
				3218 (MSN 55967) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 12, 1956.  To N37780 Orlando Helicopter Airways Inc, 
					Orlando, FL by 01JAN78.  To VH-ORL Jun 24, 1985.  To ZK-HSS and crashed Jul 14, 1994.
				3219 (MSN 55971) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 31, 1956.  To Spanish Navy as Z.1A-26 in 1956.
					To US civil registry as N3369, cancelled Aug 14, 2012.
				3220 (MSN 55972) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 Jun 5, 1956.  Registered as N43841 Dec 13, 1974, cancelled
					Jun 30, 2013.
				3221 (MSN 55973) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 Jun 5, 1956.  To Army Aviation Museum, Ft Rucker, AL
					Registered as N5778, cancelled Sep 25, 2012.  
				3222 (MSN 55974) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 Jun 8, 1956.
				3223 (MSN 55975) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 Jun 8, 1956
				3224 (MSN 55976) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 Jun 13, 1956
				3225 (MSN 55977) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 Jun 13, 1956.  To Spanish Navy as Z.1A-25 in 1956.
				3226 (MSN 55982) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 27, 1956.  to MASDC, to Mesa.  Stored at Chandler Memorial,
					Arizona.  Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
				3227 (MSN 55983) Delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 27, 1956
				3228 (MSN 55984) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 1, 1956.  On display at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB,
					Georgia since 19867 painted as a USAF UH-19B
55-3229/3243		Radioplane XQ-4
55-3244/3327		de Havilland Canada U-1A-DH Otter
				3244 (MSN 82) to Khmer AF Sep 1972 as 0-53244.  WFU by Jul 1973
				3245 (MSN 83) to Khmer AF Sep 1972.  WFU by Jul 1973.  Crashed Oct 29, 1986 when stalled during takeoff
					at San Juan-Isla Grande, Puerto Rico.  N778L registered in Puerto Rico with MSN 55-3245, expired Dec 31, 2013.
				3246 (MSN 84)
				3247 (MSN 85)
				3248 (MSN 86) delivered to US Army Dec 30, 1955.  To C-FBER.  Force landed into swamp at Pickle Lake Sep 2, 1986.
					C-FBER cancelled May 17, 1988.
				3249 (MSN 87)
				3250 (MSN 88) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  Crashed Jun 27, 1970 during aborted
					landing attempt at Kak Pek Special Forces Camp, killing four.
				3251 (MSN 91) to N5323G.  Crashed Jun 8, 1989 and sank into water of Grenville, Channel, BC.  Both pilots survived. 
					The airplane operated on a ferry flight from Phoenix, AZ to Gustavus, AK. The airplane was to be operated from 
					Gustavus by Glacier Bay Airways. En route at an altitude of 4,000 feet the Otter suffered a catastrophic engine 
					failure. The crew carried out a ditching. The airplane made water and sank.  Registration cancelled Jun 8, 1989.
				3252 (MSN 92) broke up in the air while entering wake turbulence
						and crashed into a street in Toronto, Canada Feb 14, 1956. 4 killed.
				3253 (MSN 93) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.  MAP delivery to Khmer AF Sep 1972 as 0-53253.  
					Damaged Jun 1973 in hard landing, repaired by Jul 27, 1973.  WFU
				3254 (MSN 94) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam May 1963.  Crashed Jan 3, 1964
					at Phan Thiet, South Vietnam.  Scrapped Dec 1964l
				3255 (MSN 97) TI-SPE Costa Rica Civil Guard (no previous Panama identity), then to C-GGOR registered May 16, 1981, cancelled Feb 8, 2011.  C-GVIX
					registered Feb 8, 2011, current.  To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				3256 (MSN 98)
				3257 (MSN 99) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  Then to 54th Aviation Company,
					South Vietnam.  Crashed Jul 1968 at Da Nang.  Scrapped Aug 1968.
				3258 (MSN 100) delivered to US Army Mar 12, 1956.  TI-SPF Costa Rica Civil Guard (no previous Panama identity)
					W/o Oct 28, 1977 when ditched in
					Atlantic Ocean about 500 m offshore from Barra del Parismina, Costa Rica.  Both crew members and all four
				passengers survived.  The flight had departed San José for a flight over the Tortuguero National Park area, carrying four photographers.
				3259 (MSN 101) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  Assigned to 54th Aviation Company,
					South Vietnam.  SOC Vung Tau, Republic of Vietnam.
				3260 (MSN 104)
				3261 (MSN 105) N5341G registered Apr 17, 1978 to Civil Air Patrol, cancelled on export to Canada Apr 5, 1978.
					To C-GVNL, current.  To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter.
				3262 (MSN 106) to N888KA registered to Kenmore Air Harbor.  N707KA registered to Kenmore Air Harbor, current
					To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				3263 (MSN 107) assigned to 18th Aviation Companyh, Nha Trang, South Vietnam May 1963.  Assigned to 54th Aviation
					Company, South Vietnam.  Crashed Aug 11, 1966 at Nui Dat, South Vietnam.  Burned out and destroyed. 
				3264 (MSN 108) N5339G registered May 20, 1979, cancelled on export to Canada Apr 2, 1980.  C-GMCW, converted
					to Texas Turbine Super Otter.  Crashed Mar 31, 2011 near Mayo, Yukon Territories.  Destroyed in an 
					accident 56 km northeast of Mayo, YT, Canada. The pilot, who was the sole occupant, sustained fatal injuries. 
					The wheel-ski equipped aircraft was being utilized in support of mineral exploration activities, to transport 
					building materials, fuel, and winter camp supplies from Mayo, Yukon, to winter airstrips located at Withers Lake
					and Rackla River, Yukon. On the accident flight, the aircraft was transporting a load of twelve 6-inch by 6-inch 
					wood timbers, each 16 feet long, and 2 barrels of jet fuel. The accident flight departed Mayo under visual 
					flight rules (VFR). Some nineteen minutes later the aircraft experienced a catastrophic in-flight breakup.
				 	Aircraft wreckage came down on a remote, snow-covered hillside at about 4,300 feet above sea level.
				3265 (MSN 109)
				3266 (MSN 112)
				3267 (MSN 113) to C-GPHD, current.  To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				3268 (MSN 114) MAP delivery to Ethiopian Army as EA-51.  Written off
				3269 (MSN 115) delivered to US Army Apr 3, 1956. Assigned to 18th Aviation Companyh, Nha Trang, South Vietnam
					May 1963.  To C-FXOB, cancelled May 19, 1998.  N120BA registered Apr 15, 1999.
					Damaged Mar 31, 2001 during takeoff from Biship Airfield, Decatur, Texas while carrying 21 skydivers.  
					Left wing broken off by trees and fuselage landed in a bog. Aircraft stalled due overloading [21 parachutists]. 
					N69JJ registered Mar 6, 2002, cancelled on export to Canada Mar 8, 2013.
				3270 (MSN 116) on display at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA
				3271 (MSN 117) converted to RU-1A.  Shot down in Cambodia Feb 12, 1969.  President
					Nixon had to apologize to Prince Sihanouk to get the crew back.
				3272 (MSN 118) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  To C-FBEP, cancelled Apr 3, 2001 
					on export to USA.  N104BM registered Apr 17, 2001.  To Texas Turbine Super Otter.
				3273 (MSN 119) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  became CF-BEU, then C-FBEU, 
					cancelled on export to USA Jun 17, 2005.  Registered N81FW Jun 17, 2005.  
					Cancelled on export to Canada Nov 7, 20067.  Sold to owner in Canada Nov 2006, registered Dec 1, 2006 as 
					C-FHAD to Harbour Air Ltd of Vancouver, BC.  To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				3274 (MSN 121) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.  MAP delivery to Nicaragua as 1101.  W/o Sep 7, 1976.
				3275 (MSN 122) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.  Assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha trang,
					South Vietnam.  SOC Jan 1971.  MAP delivery to Ethiopian Army as EA-55/  W/o Jun 1992.
				3276 (MSN 123) damaged during an emergency landing near Baumholder Army Airfield in Germany in 1958.  
				3277 (MSN 124) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.  MAP delivery to Khmer AF Aug 1971 as 0-53277.  
					WFU by Jul 1973
				3278 (MSN 125) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, Sout Vietnam.  To N5368G with Civil Air Patrol Sep 19, 1977.  
					Cancelled on export to Canada Feb 21, 1980.  C-GBNA registered Mar 28, 1980, current.  To Walter Turbine Otter.
				3279 (MSN 127) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  SOC aug 1971. 
					MAP delivery to Khmer AF Sep 1971 as 0-53279.  WFU by Jul 1973
				3280 (MSN 128) to N5322G, current
				3281 (MSN 130) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  To N88753, CF-KOA, current. 
					DHC-3/1000 hp conversion, later to Texas Turbine Super Otter
				3282 (MSN 131) delivered to US Army Jun 20, 1956.  Assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.
					MAP to Nicaragua as 1012.  To N58JH.  Damaged Nov 3, 1992
					at Patriot Hills, Antarctica.  The DHC-3 Turbo Otter had been chartered by Adventure Network International
					for tourist flights to Antarctica.  Sustained damage Feb 1992 some 30 miles from Patriot Hills Camp and had
					to be abandoned there for the southern winter.  The following September, a rescue mission was mounted using
					Basler Airlines Turbo DC-3TP N300BF.  The wing was repaired, and the Otter was ferried to Patriot Hills Camp.
					On Nov 3, 1992, the Otter took off on its return flight home, but N58JH ground looped and was wrecked.  Parts were
					loaded onto the Basler Turbo DC-3 N300BF and brought home.  Fuselage, wings, and tail remained at Patriot
					Hills.  N58JH registered Jan 22, 1997 as a de Havilland-Hansen DHC-3 with MSN 131 to Kenmore Air Harbor, current.
				3283 (MSN 132) assigned to 18th Aviation company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam, then to 54th Aviatin Company, South
					Vietnam.  MAP delivery to Ethiopian Army as EA-54. To N18NC registered Aug 19, 1995.  Cancelled on export to
					Canada Jan 9, 1996.  To C-FJCT, cancelled Sep 11, 2000
				3284 (MSN 133) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  Scrapped Aug 1968.
				3285 (MSN 134) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  Assigned to 54th Aviation Company,
					South Vietnam.  N26641 registered May 4, 1977, cancelled Sep 30, 1981.  Crashed and destroyed Jul 22, 1978 at
					Kotzebue, Alaska
				3286 (MSN 136)
				3287 (MSN 137)
				3288 (MSN 139) N55CX registered Dec 19, 1985, expired Jun 30, 2013.  Crashed Jul 15, 1988 when hit snow bank
					in a mountain pass in bad weather.
				3289 (MSN 140) became CF-BEW, then C-FBEW.  Crashed Mar 17, 19867 near Pickle Lake, Ontario.  Registration
					cancelled Apr 14, 1988.   Registered to Recon Air Corp of Geraldton, ON as C-FSZS.  Cancelled on export
					to USA Mar 13, 2012.  N43SP registered Mar 15, 2012, current.
				3290 (MSN 141) WFU 1972 and to N80939.  C-GCQK cancelled Sep 1, 2004.  N560TR registered Sep 8, 2004, current.  
					DHC-3/100 hp conversion.
				3291 (MSN 143)
				3292 (MSN 144) delivered to US Army Jul 24, 1956.  To C-FAON, cancelled Apr 20, 1994.  N62KA registered Oct 25, 2000,.
					Crashed Jul 31, 2006 at Slate Cove, Berners Bay, Alaska. The Otter took off from Juneau (JNU) flying workers 
					to the Kenington gold mine. It was foggy as the the floatplane attempted to land in Slate Cove, Berners Bay. 
					The airplane struck the water on landing. The fuselage filled with water from the front, and passengers had to 
					scramble over cargo piled at the aft doorway to escape. Rebuilt by Aug07. N93356, current. Texas Turbine Super Otter 
				3293 (c/m 145) to N80944.  To C-FFVZ, current.  To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				3294 (MSN 146) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Sough Vietnam.  Damaged 26Oct69 at Cam Ranh Bay when a wheels
					 first landing caused the aircraft to pitch out of control and come to rest between the runways with major 
					damage to landing gear, propeller and wing. 
					Destroyed when the aircraft was dropped when being airlifted to go to Dong Ba Thin
				3295 (MSN 149) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.  Assigned to 18th Aviation Company,
					Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  SOC Jul 1971.  MAP delivery to Khmer AF Jul 1971 as 0-53295.  WFU by Jul 1973
				3296 (MSN 150) to C-GLJI, current
				3297 (MSN 152) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.  To N90422 registered to Kenmore Air Harbor, current.  
					To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				3298 (MSN 153) Assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.
					Assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.
					Crashed Dec 23, 1970. The aircraft was returning from Tuy Hoa from a Special Forces mission to Bien Hoa 
					and had already radioed Tuy Hoa tower that it was 15 miles south for a landing. This radio call was the 
					last thing heard from the aircraft. Witnesses testified that the aircraft was seen burning in flight and 
					impacted into the South China Sea in two parts about eight miles south of Tuy Hoa. Neither the aircraft 
					nor the remains of three crew members have been recovered.
				3299 (MSN 154) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  MAP delivery to Khmer AF Sep 1971 as 0-53299.  
					WFU by Jul 1973
				3300 (MSN 156) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.  MAP delivery to Khmer AF Sep 1971 as 0-53300.  
					WFU by Jul 1973
				3301 (MSN 157) to N88765 reistered Mar 12, 1973, cancelled on export to Canada May 15, 1973.  
 					Registration C-FDAK from September 23, 1996 to April 26, 2017 with Air Saguenay (1980) Inc 
					of Quebec. To N88765 with Talkeetna Air Taxi Inc, Talkeetna, Alaska on May 11, 2017 and current. 
				3302 (MSN 159) became N12665, then CF-UJM  Tyee Airlines Inc  Unknown  Left Fleet
					West Coast Air (Vancouver BC)  25.04.77  Left Fleet
					Jim Pattison Industries Ltd  Unknown  Left Fleet
					Air B C Ltd  31.12.87  Left Fleet
					Pacific Coastal Airlines  06.09.89  Left Fleet
					Glen Ernst  04.09.97  Left Fleet(
					C-FUJM cancelled Nov 8, 1997 on export to USA, then N67KA, then N959PA, 
					current. Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter.   Was United Nations 302 at some time, probably when CF-UJM	
				3303 (MSN 161) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam
				3304 (MSN 162)
				3305 (MSN 164) to civil registry as N127F, then CF-RNP.  At one stage, was UN301 
					with United Nations, probably when CF-RNP.  Crashed Sep 6, 1968.
				3306 (MSN 165) to C-FDDX, current.  To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				3307 (MSN 167) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  SOC Jun 1971.
					MAP delivery to Nicaragua as 1013.  WFU
				3308 (MSN 169)
				3309 (MSN 170)
				3310 (MSN 172) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  To C-GLCW registered Aug 11, 1976, 
					current.  To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				3311 (MSN 173) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha trang, South Vietnam. SOC Sep 1971.  MAP delivery to 
					Khmer AF Sep 1971 as 0-53311.  WFU by Jul 1973
				3312 (MSN 174) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.  To N90574, cancelled on export to Canada 
					Jun 19, 2000.  C-GFTZ registered Jul 21, 2000, current.  To Texas Turbine Super Otter
				3313 (MSN 175) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.  MAP delivery to Khmer AF Aug 1971 as 0-53313.  
					WFU by Jul 1973
				3314 (MSN 177) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.  SOC Aug 1971.
				3315 (MSN 179) delivered to US Army Dec 3, 1956.  To N13GA.  Crashed Jun 22, 1994 at Taku Lodge, near Juneau,
					Alaska.  Five aircraft departed a lodge, one behind the other. Fog and drizzle were encountered, 
					and the pilot of the first aircraft radioed to the pilots of the other aircraft to cross the river to the east 
					shoreline. A passenger in the fourth aircraft (N13GA) stated that when the aircraft was over the middle 
					of the river, she could not see either shore due to fog. The pilot of N13GA (a floatplane) stated that he 
					encountered deteriorating weather & started a descent, intending to make a precautionary landing. 
					He began to level, expecting conditions to improve. Subsequently, the floatplane hit the surface of 'glassy water' and crashed.
				3316 (MSN 180)
				3317 (MSN 182)
				3318 (MSN 184) N2959W reserved but NTU, cancelled Apr 12, 1988.  To C-FQMN, current.  To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				3319 (MSN 186) Assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.
					Force landed Apr 26, 1969 east of Phu Bai, South Vietnam when the engine began to run rough and 
					finally failed at 1,500 feet AGL. A forced landing was made on a beach just east of Phu Bai. Recovered 
					by Chinook but destroyed when dropped onto the runway at Marble Mountain.
				3320 (MSN 187) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.  SOC Aug 1971.
				3321 (MSN 189)
				3322 (MSN 191) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.  SOC Aug 1971.
				3323 (MSN 192) MAP delivery to Khmer AF Sep 1971.  Damaged Mar 16, 1973 in takeoff from Pochentong AB.	
					WFU by Jun 1973.
				3324 (MSN 194) delivered to US Army Jan 3, 1957.  N9895B, cancelled on export to Canada Apr 4, 1996.  C-GDOB
					registered Apr 30, 1996.  Drashed into mountains May 9, 1996 on ferry flight from Dawson Creek to Buffalo
				Narrows Airport. Flew into mountains at 7,000ft in marginal weather conditions.
					Registration cancelled Aug 23, 1996.
				3325 (MSN 196) Assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.
					On Dec 30, 1970, the aircraft had landed at Cam Ranh Army Airfield and was attempting to turn around in 
					heavy winds when the aircraft nosed over causing extensive damage to the prop, sudden engine stoppage and 
					damage to fuselage tail cone.
				3326 (MSN 198) crashed Jul 25, 1957 at Brunico, Italy
				3327 (MSN 200) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  MAP delivery to Khmer AF Sep 1971 as 0-53327.  
					Ground-looped Jul 2, 1973 when landing at an outstation and w/o
55-3328/3340		Martin YTM-76A Mace
55-3341/3354		Martin YTM-76A Mace.  Contract cancelled
55-3355/3356		Bell H-13H-BF Sioux
				MSN 1326, 1327.  Redesignated OH-13H in 1962.
55-3357/3379		Convair F-102A-41-CO Delta Dagger
				3360 (199th FS, 154th FG) crashed into Pacific Ocean 1/2 mi S of Barbers Point,
					Oahu, Hawaii Nov 15, 1969.  Pilot ejected safely.
				3361 w/o 10 Jul 1967 near Bennett, WI
				3362 (Detachment 3, 509th FIS, 405th FW) suffered engine flameout while on taining flight over South Vietnam 
					Apr 2, 1967.  Restart attempt failed, and made emergencylanding and aircraft smashed through the barrier
					gear.  Pilot OK but aircraft DBR and was scrapped.
				3363 (64th FIS) cannnibalized for spare parts
				3365 w/o 5 Sep 1957 near Duluth, MN
				3366 on display at Pacific Aviation Museum, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Hawaii.
				3371 lost in Viet Cong attack on Da Nang airfield, Jul 1, 1965.
				3372 w/o 28 Jan 1963 Naha AFB, Okinawa
				3373 (Detachment 5, 509th FIS, 405th FW) hit by ground fire during close air support mission over
					South Vietnam Dec 15, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.  
55-3380/3426		Convair F-102A-45-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3380 to Turkish AF.  W/o 18 Sep 1969     Location ?
				3381 to MASDC as FJ046 Nov 25, 1969.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				3382 w/o 23 Nov 1958 near Niagra Falls A/p, NY
				3383 to Turkish AF
				3384 to Turkish AF
				3385 to turkish AF
				3386 to Turkish AF; noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul 
				3387 to MASDC Nov 26, 1969
				3389 to Turkish AF
				3390 to Turkish AF.  Crashed at Ankara Jul 19, 1976.  Pilot OK
				3391 to MASDC as FJ057 Dec 1, 1969.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Tucson, AZ Feb 4, 1977.
				3392 to Turkish AF.  Now a decoy at Murted AB.
				3393 to MASDC as FJ037 Nov 20, 1969.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Tucson, AZ Feb 1, 1977.
				3394 w/o 4 Jun 1959 near Richards-Gebaur AFB, MO
				3395 to Turkish AF
				3396 to Turkish AF.  W/o Apr 7, 1978, Kizilcahamam.  Pilot OK
				3397 w/o 10 Dec 1966 near Da Nang, South Vietnam.  Pilot ok
				3398 to MASDC as FJ072 Dec 29, 1969
				3399 w/o 27 Aug 1959 in crash 13 miles W. of Rome, NY.  Pilot killed
				3400 to Turkish AF
				3401 (Turkish AF) credited with shooting down a Greek F-5A Jul 22, 1974.
					Crashed at Sariyar Feb 27, 1976.  Pilot survived.
				3402 to MASDC as FJ122 May 6, 1970.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Tucson, AZ Feb 8, 1977.
				3403 to Turkish AF
				3404 to Turkish AF
				3405 to Turkish AF
				3407 to MASDC  Nov 17, 1969. 
				3408 to Turkish AF
				3409 to Turkish AF
				3410 to Turkish AF
				3411 w/o 29 Aug 1967  Location ?
				3412 to Turkish AF.  W/o Jan 31, 1976, Murted.  Pilot OK
				3413 to Turkish AF.  Damaged beyond repair while attempting to 
					land on a road near Soke, Turkey Jul 22, 1974 after running 
					out of fuel.  Pilot survived. 
				3414 to Turkish AF
				3415 w/o 25 Oct 1957 near Youngstown, OH.  Pilot ok
				3416 to Turkish AF.   W/o Aug 4, 1977, Sogut, Bilecik, Turkey.  Pilot OK
				3418 to MASDC as FJ091 Jan 20, 1970
				3420 to Turkish AF
				3421 to Turkish AF.   W/o Sep 28, 1973, Murted.  Pilot OK
				3422 w/o 18 Sep 1963 near Perrin AFB, TX
				3424 w/o 24 Jun 1969  Fairchild, WA
				3425 to Turkish AF
				3426 to Turkish AF
55-3427/3464		Convair F-102A-50-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3427 converted to PQM-102A
				3428 to MASDC as FJ124 May 6, 1970.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Tucson, AZ Feb 8, 1977.
				3429 to Turkish AF.  W/o Mar 23, 1976, Murted.  Pilot OK
				3430 to MASDC as FJ123 May 6, 1970.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Tucson, AZ Feb 8, 1977
				3431 to MASDC as FJ085 Jan 14, 1970.
				3432 to MASDC as FJ035 Nov 20, 1969.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Tucson, AZ Feb 8, 1977.  
					Reduced to scrap by 1977.
				3433 to MASDC as FJ108 Mar 3, 1970.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Tucson, AZ Feb 8, 1977
				3434 to MASDC as FJ092 Jan 20, 1970
				3436 to MASDC as FJ075 Jan 6, 1970.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				3437 to MASDC as FJ104 Feg 10, 1970.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Tucson, AZ Feb 8, 1977.
				3440 to MASDC as FJ128 May 11, 1970. 
				3443 to Turkish AF  ??
				3444 (154th FG, 199th FS, Hawaii ANG) crashed into Pacific Ocean 1 mi W of Honolulu
					International Apt Mar 21, 1967 after engine flameout.  Pilot steered plane out to
					sea and ejected safely.
				3446 to Turkish AF
				3447 converted to PQM-102A
				3448 to MASDC Dec 2, 1969.  Seen in scrapyard in Socorro, NM late 1980s.
					Preserved at Fargo, ND.
				3449 to MASDC as FJ330 Sep 26, 1974.  To Sperry Flight Systems, Litchfield Park, aZ Jun 13, 1979.
					Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B.
				3450 at New England Air Museum (CT)
				3451 to MASDC as FJ069 Dec 17, 1969.  Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s
				3452 at BURLINGTON IAP (VT).  At one time with Turkish AF
				3453 w/o 12 Apr 1968 near Ontario A/p, CA
				3455 to Turkish AF
				3458 to MASDC as FJ003 Nov 11, 1969.  To Turkish AF. 
				3460 to MASDC as FJ096 Jan 29, 1970.  To New Mexico Institute of Tchnology and Mining, Socorro, NM.
				3461 to Turkish AF
				3462 at BURLINGTON IAP (VT)
				3463 to MASDC as FJ117 Apr 24, 1970.  To New Mexico Institute of Tchnology and Mining, Socorro, NM Jun 11, 1975
				3464 to MASDC as FJ107 Mar 3, 1970.  To Sun Valley Aviation, Tucson, AZ Feb 7, 1977
55-3465			Beech XL-23C-BH Seminole
				MSN CH-123. Model C-50.  Converted to U-8G.  Used for range extension experiments with detachable wing tip fuel tanks.
					To MASDC as UB093 Nov 16, 1979, to Navy inventory (serial 553465) as
					3U001 Nov 7 1980.  Transferred to US Army inventory Dec 21, 1982.  To civil registry as N395DF.  Cancelled May 9, 2013
55-3466/3480		Radioplane XGAM-67-RP
55-3481/3489		de Havilland of Canada L-20A-DH Beaver
				Redesignated U-6A in 1962.  MAP deliveries
				3481 (MSN 933/1608)
				3482 (MSN 936/1610)
				3483 (MSN 939/1612)
				3484 (MSN 949/1614)
				3485/3489 sold to Netherlands as S-1/S-5.
				3485 (MSN 950/1615) delivered Jul 25, 19567.  MAP transfer to Royal Netherlands AF as S-1.  Assigned
					to 334 Squadron.  SOC Sep 1, 1974.  To N9630A.  Damaged Aug 4, 1979 when settled into water after
					landing.   N77KZ registered Oct 22, 1987
				3486 (MSN 952/1616) delivered Jun 1956.  MAP transfer to Royal Netherlands AF as S-2 Nov 1956. Assigned
					334 Squadron, later with 300 Squadron.   Crashed Apr 23, 1968 at Elspeet, Netherlands when a parachutist, 
					jumping out of a higher-flying aircraft, collided with this aircraft, and the Beaver subsequently
					crashed, killing one occupant and the parachutist.			
				3487 (MSN 953/1617) delivered Jul 25, 1956.  MAP transfer to Royal Netherlands AF as S-3 Nov 1956.  Assigned
					to 334 Squadron.  Soc Sep 1, 1974.  To N98JH
				3488 (MSN 955/1618) delivered Jul 25, 1956.  MAP transfer to Royal Netherlands AF as S-4 Nov 1956.  Assigned 
					to 334 Squadron.  SOC Sep 1, 1974.  Returned to US Army.  MAP transfer in 1975 to Paraguayan AF as 0227,
					later 0207.  WFU and stored Nu Guazu AB, Paraguay
				3489 (MSN 956/1619) delivered Jul 25, 1956.  MAP transfer to Royal Netherlands AF Nov 1956 as S-5.  Assigned
					to 334 Squadron.  Soc Sep 1, 1974.  Returned to US Army.  MAP transfer in 1975 to Paraguayan AF as 0229.
					Assigned to Transport and Training Group (GAET), Nu Guazu AB in 1975.  Crashed in 1979.
55-3490/3501		Convair XGAM-71 Buck Duck decoy missile
				The whole Buck Duck program is sort of mysterious, and very
					little is known about it, but there were some unpowered glide
					tests in early 1956, and it is uncertain now many were actually built.
55-3502/3601		North American F-100D-20-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 223-184/283.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3548, 3549, 3559, 3569 AGM-12 Bullpup compatible aircraft modified with the command guidance equipment
				3502 (MSN 223-184) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(531st TFS, 3rd TFW) hit by ground fire outside of Saigon, South Vietnam Sep 30, 1966.  Pilot ejected
					3 mi S of Bien Hoa and was rescued by USAF HH-43 Husky helicopter.
				3503 on display at Pueblo Weisbrod Museum, Pueblo, Colorado.
				3504 to MASDC Mar 21, 1977 as FE330.
				3505 to MASDC Mar 27, 1978 as FE372.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 253. W/o 14 July 1987. Shot down by AIM-9P missile
				3506 flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  
				3507 (MSN 223-189) flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  Active in May 1978 with 131st 
					Tactical Fighter Wing at St. Louis, Missouri     
				3508 (MSN 223-190) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Jan 12, 1978 as FE366.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 251.  W/o 9 November 1989. Shot down by AIM-12 missile.
				3509 (MSN 223-191) to Turkish AF Jan 13, 1970 as 55-3509.  Crashed at Borankoy gunnery range at
					Malatya Aug 8, 1972 while on gunnery training mission.
				3510 (308th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by ground fire 20 Mi SE of Pleiku, South Vietnam Jun 13, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				3511 (308th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by ground fire 20 mi W of Bien Hoa AB, South Vietnam Dec 28, 1969.  Pilot
					ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3512 (MSN 223-194) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). (612th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire 3 mi NE of Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam
					Sep 12, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3513 (612th TFS, 37th TFW) hit by AAA W of Ban Karai Pass, Savannakhet Province, Laos Jan 21, 1969.
					Able to fly to South Vietnam coast where pilot ejected off coast near Chu Lai, South Vietnam and was rescued.
				3516 (MSN 223-198) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(614th TFS, 35th TFW) hit by ground fire near Phan Rang, South Vietnam Jun 26, 1969.  Able to fly out to sea
					where pilot ejected 5 mi from Phan rang in South China Sea and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3518 (MSN 223-200) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				3520 (Thunderbird #6) wings failed when flying as solo aircraft during the "Bomb Burst" pull up, 
					causing an explosion as fuel entered
					the engine Oct 21, 1967 at Laughlin AFB, Texas.  Pilot ejected safely.
				3521 (MSN 223-203) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Mar 21, 1978 as FE370.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 332.  W/o 7 January 1991. Shot down by AIM-12 missile
				3522 (MSN 223-204) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(90th TFS, 3rd TFW) hit by AAA 30 mi NW of Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam May 9, 1969.   Pilot
					ejected 10 mi S of the target and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3525 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					w/o May 27, 1964 in fatal crash at Vidal, California.
				3528 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Aug 20, 1979 as FE581.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 206.  W/o 15 September 1986. Shot down.
				3530 (MSN 223-212) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				3532 (MSN 223-214) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				3534 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(416th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by small arms fire 12 mi W of Khanh Hung just S of Mekong Delta, South Vietnam
					Mar 30, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3535 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(416th TFS, 37th TFW) shot down by ground fire near Thach Khe, 10 mi Sw of Qui Nhon, Bin Din Province,
					South Vietnam Jun 25, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
				3537 on display at Tyler, TX Historic Aviation Memorial Museum.  Was on display at Lackland AFB for several years.
				3541 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). (8th TFW) crashed Feb 1961.  
					Also listed as being shot down with 531st TFS, 3rd TFW near Lak Khe, 20 mi N of 
					Saigon, Binh Duong Province, South Vietnam Jan 26, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				3543 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(429th TFS, 474th TFW) shot down by ground fire near Sa Dec in Mekong Delta, South Vietnam Oct 1, 1965.
					Pilot KIA.
				3545 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Mar 6, 1979 as FE464.  Converted to QF-100D drone No. 180. W/o 6 October 1987. Shot down
				3546 (MSN 223-228) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				3548 (531st TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire 6 mi SE of Bien Hoa AB, South Vietnam May 18, 1968.  Pilot KIA.
				3549 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(531st TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire near Ap Bac, Long A Province, South Vietnam Jul 12, 1967.
					Pilot KIA.
				3550 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(615th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire 20 mi SW of Phan Rang, Bin Thuan Province, South Vietnam
					Apr 28, 1971.  Pilot KIA.  This was last F-100 lost in Vietnam.
				3552 to MASDC Mar 30, 1979 as FE482.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 289.  W/o 13 February 1990. Shot down
				3553 (MSN 223-235) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				3555 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(355th TFS, 31st TFW) hit by ground fire while flying close air support mission in South Vietnam May 24, 1969.  
					Plane was able to fly to the coast but crashed in sea 25 mi NE of Tuy Hoa.  Pilot KIA.
				3556 destroyed Jan 18, 1959.
				3557 to MASDC Jan 26, 1979 as FE454.  Converted to QF-100D drone No. 334. W/o 23 September 1991. Shot down by AIM-12 missile.
				3558 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Jun 8, 1977 as FE353.  Converted to QF-100D #241. W/o 23 July 1987. Shot down by AIM-9P missile.
				3559 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(308th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire 7 mi N of Phu Vinh, Kien Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct 14, 1966.
					Pilot ejected but was killed when his parachute failed to deploy.
				3560 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968). Aborted takeoff at Laughlin AFB, TX but missed departure end
              			barrier, shearing off gear and sliding to a stop next to perimeter road near No Parking sign on 1 Mar 65.
					Pilot uninjured.  To MASDC May 26, 1965
				3561 flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  
				3562 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(416th TFS, 37th TFW) shot down by AAA near Ban Kapay, Savannakhet Province, Laos Feb 8, 1969.  Pilot KIA.
				3564 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Jan 12, 1979 as FE449.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 148. W/o 31 May 1985. Shot down by AIM-9M missile
				3566 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Feb 6, 1977 as FE312.  Converted to QF-100D no. 209.  W/o 13 June 1986. Shot down
				3567 to MASDC Oct 2, 1978 as FE401.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 333.  W/o 15 October 1988. Shot down by AIM-9L 
				3568 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(3rd TFW) damaged in VC rocket attack at Bien Hoa AB, South Vietnam Jan 31, 1968.
				3569 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(308th TFS, 31st TFW) suffered engine compressor stall over South Vietnam Jan 7, 1970 and pilot ejected and
					was rescued.
				3570 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Feb 2, 1978 as FE368.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 254.  W/o 7 May 1987. Shot down
				3572 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(31st TFW) shot down by ground fire near Loi Tan 35 mi SE of Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Jul 9, 1970.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3573 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(510th TFS, 3rd TFW) suffered flight control failure while on test flight over South Vietnam Apr 4, 1966.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3574 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					struck trees on napalm dropping pass and pilot ejected over
					water Jan 26, 1970
				3576 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC May 31, 1979 as FE539.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 335. W/o 30 March 1989. Shot down by AIM-9M missile
				3578 to MASDC May 16, 1979 as FE534.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 207.  W/o 10 April 1987. Shot down by AIM-9M missile.
				3580 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Mar 9, 1979 as FE467.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 286. W/o 11 August 1989. Shot down.
				3581 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(614th TFS, 35th TFW) hit by ground fire 15 mi SE of Song Be, Phuoc Long Province, South Vietnam Aug 8, 1969.
					Flew back to Phan Rang, but pilot was forced to eject 5 mi from airfield and was rescued by USAF HH-43
					Husky helicopter.
				3582 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  Pilot had to perform manual bailout after midair collision with
               			55-3776 May 1, 1967 during air refueling over Kansas. Rest of flight landed safely at McConnell AFB, Kansas.
				3585 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(612th TFS, 35th TFW) hit by ground fire near Katum, Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam Feb 10, 1970.  Pilot
					able to fly to the coast where pilot ejected 10 mi from Phan ly Cham in the water and was rescued by USAF
					helicopter
				3586 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS).  
					(401st TFW/353rd TFS) crashed Jul 30, 1969 6 mi NW of Tabuenca, Spain.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				3587 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(90th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire 6 mi E of Quan Long, Ca Mau Province, South Vietnam Mar 6, 1968.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3589 (531st TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down Jul 5, 1969 by ground fire near My Tho in Mekong Deltal region, Tien Giang Province, South
					Vietnam.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3590 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				3591 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				3592 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				3593 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  To MASDC Jan 4, 1979 as FE440.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 142.
					W/o 29 January 1985. Shot down by AIM-9E missile
				3595 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS).  
					served in Vietnam with 355th TFS(SP), 31st FW at Tuy Hoa AB.  On a pedestal at Nellis AFB, Nevada, marked as
					55-2298 in markings of 4536th FWS, 4520th FWW.  The actual F-100D 54-2298 crashed Aug 11, 1959.
				3596 (MSN 223-278) to Turkish AF Dec 13, 1969 as 55-3596
				3597 (MSN 223-279) suffered seized engine and flame out Jan 1957 over South Korea.  Pilot ejected safely.
				3598 (MSN 223-280) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				3599 w/o Dec 16, 1957 at Osan AB, South Korea
				3600 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(416th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire over South Vietnam Jun 13, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3601 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC May 9, 1979 as FE526.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 208. W/o 6 March 1987. Shot down by AIM-9P missile
55-3602/3701		North American F-100D-25-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 223-284/383.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3603, 3604, 3622, 3623, 3255, 3663, 3666, 3786, 3681, 3689, 3695 AGM-12 Bullpup compatible aircraft modified with the command guidance equipment
				3602 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(308th TFS, 3rd TFW) crashed in Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam Sep 24, 1968.  Pilot killed.
				3603 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). (416th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by automatic weapons fire 10 mi S of Katum Firebase, 55 mi NW of Bien Hoa,
					South Vietnam Nov 6, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3604 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Jun 9, 1978 as FE386.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 250. W/o 20 May 1987. Shot down by AIM-9M missile
				3605 crashed Feb 26, 1964 28 nm west of Luke AFB, Az on ferry flight from McClellan
					to Cannon AFB, NM.  Pilot ejected safely.
				3606 flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  (416th TFS, 37th TFW) shot down by ground fire 35 mi S of 
					Vinh, Ha Tinh Province, North Vietnam Mar 20, 1968.  Pilot ejected and became POW.
				3608 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					On display at March Field Museum, CA.  This is not the original, since 3608 was with 510th TFS, 3rd TFW
					and was shot down by ground fire 10 mi NE of Song Be, Phuoc Long Province, South Vietnam Jul 28, 1968.
					Pilot KIA.  The plane on display at March Field Museum is actually 54-1786
				3610 to MASDC Feb 1, 1979 as FE458.  Converted to QF-100D drone #93. W/o 7 August 1986. Shot down by AIM-7F missile
				3611 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(308th TFS, 31st TFW) crashed into South China Sea 6 mi from Tuy Hoa, Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam
					March 12, 1967.  Pilot killed.
				3612 crashed Aug 20, 1957 in Philippines.  Pilot killed.
				3613 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(481st TFS, 27th TFW) shot down by ground fire 5 mi S of Can Tho City, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam
					Sep 29, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3615 (MSN 223-297) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				3616 to MASDC Apr 17, 1979 as FE507.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 300.  W/o 3 April 1990. Shot down by AIM-9M missile
				3617 (MSN 223-299) to Turkish AF Jan 13, 1970 as 55-3617
				3618 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(308th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by ground fire near plie Niang, 35 mi W of Qui Nhon, Binh Dinh Province,
					South Vietnam May 10, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				3619 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(612th TFS, 37th TFW) hit by ground fire near Ha tan 15 mi SW of Da Nang, South Vietnam Jan 17, 1968.
					Able to fly out to South China Sea where pilot ejected 10 mi off Da Nang in South China Sea and was rescued.
				3620 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Dec 1, 1978 as FE428.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 141.  W/o 18 April 1986. Shot down
				3622 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Jul 26, 1978 as FE393.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 336.  W/o 20 June 1991. Shot down by AIM-7M missile.
				3623 to MASDC Oct 6, 1978 as FE404.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 144. W/o 26 April 1985. Shot down by AIM-9P missile
				3624 (MSN 223-306) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				3625 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(613rd TFS, 401st TFW) shot down by AAA near Thanh Hoa Bridge (Dragon Jaw Bridge) Thanh Hoa Province,
					North Vietnam Apr 3, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				3628 (MSN 223-310) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				3630 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS).  
					To MASDC Jul 26, 1978 as FE394.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 278.  W/o 3 May 1988. Shot down by AIM-7M missile
				3631 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(429th TFS, 474th TFW) crashed into South China Sea near Hon Tre Island off coast of Nha Trang, South
					Vietnam in South China Sea Sep 13, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				3632 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(416th TFS, 37th TFW) hit by AAA 15 mi E of Saravan, Saravane Province, Laos Apr 22, 1969.  Pilot ejected
					a few miles from the target and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3633 w/o Jun 30, 1959 at Ryukyu Island, Japan
				3634 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					To MASDC Sep 7, 1979 as FE592.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 337.  .W/o 9 February 1990. Shot down
				3635 (308th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by ground fire near Ap nam, 15 mi NW of Quan Long, Ca Mau Province,
					South Vietnam Mar 18, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3637 to MASDC Jan 9, 1976 as FE284
				3639 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(90th TFS, 3rd TFW) hit by shrapnel from the explosion of one its own bombs while attacking VC troops
					10 mi SE of Saigon, South Vietnam Aug 6, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3640 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(510th TFS, 3rd TFW) hit by ground fire near Bac Lieu City, Bac Lieu Province, South Vietnam Sep 14, 1966.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF HH-43 Husky helicopter.
				3641 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
						(113 TFS Hulman Field Terra Haute ANG, IN) Engine failed
              				on Atterbury Range and pilot ejected on 2 Mar 74.
              				Perfectly trimmed a/c glided over 5 miles, missing town of
              				Edinburg, Indiana and made  soft landing in cornfield sliding to a stop
              				with nose on shoulder of I-65 interstate highway.
				3642 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					aircraft got into a porpoise on takeoff Apr 1957 did the "Sabre dance", blew all four tires.  Was able to
					land safely.  Aircraft was repaired.  (308th TFS, 31st TFW) DBR in landing accident at Tuy Hoa AB, 
					South Vietnam Oct 10, 1969.  Pilot survived.
				3643 (306th TFS, 31st TFW) suffered engine faiure near Tuy Hoa, South Vietnam Apr 20, 1968.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued.
				3644 to MASDC Apr 17, 1979 as FE504.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 338.  W/o 24 March 1992. Shot down by AIM-12 missile
				3646 crashed Sept 15, 1957 in Philippines.  Pilot killed.
				3647 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(306th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by AAA near Ban Kate, Savannakhet Province, Laos Dec 20, 1968.  Pilot 
					ejected and was rescued by HH-3E Jolly Green helicopter.
				3648 (20th TFW/77th TFS) Crashed at Chapelle-Vallon, France following 
					engine failure Jul 9, 1958. Pilot ejected safely
				3650 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					On display outside at Oklahoma ANG at Tulsa IAP, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
				3651 (MSN 223-333) to Turkish AF Jan 14, 1970 as 55-3651.  W/o Mar 22, 1978
				3652 (20th TFW/77th TFS) Crashed 2 miles north-west of North Walsham, England Jul 19, 1962
				3653 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(615th TFS, 35th TFW) crashed off coast of Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam in South China Sea Nov 16, 1968.
					Pilot killed.
				3654 (20th TFW/77th TFS) Crashed on eastern shore of Lake Como, Italy 
					Aug 31, 1967.  Pilot ejected safely
				3655 (20th TFW/77th TFS) Crashed into North Sea May 28, 1970. 
					Pilot ejected safely, rescued by HMS Enterprise
				3657 to MASDC Apr 22, 1977 as FE336.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 109. W/o 5 January 1984. Shot down by AIM-7F missile.
				3660 (388th FBW/562nd FBS) crashed into Mediterranean Oct 20, 1957 during ferry
					flight from Wheelus AB to Etain AB after engine lost oil pressure and
					caught fire.  Pilot ejected safely.
				3661 (352nd TFS, 35th TFW) hit by ground fire near That Son, An Giang Province, South Vietnam Oct 2, 1968.
					Was able to fly over 250 miles and attempted to land at Cam Ranh Bay, but pilot had to eject over
					the South China Sea and was rescued by US Navy boat.
				3662 to MASDC Apr 12, 1978 as FE385.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 250. W/o 9 March 1984. Shot down by AIM-9M missile 
				3663 to MASDC Jun 8, 1977 as FE351.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 110. W/o 6 July 1984. Shot down by AIM-4F missile 
				3664 to MASDC Jan 20, 1977 as FE308.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 304. .W/o 7 August 1989. Shot down
				3665 to MASDC Sep 26, 1979 as FE609.  Converted to QF-100D #314. W/o 14 November 1988. Shot down 
				3666 to MASDC Feb 20, 1976 as FE287.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 204. W/o 14 August 1986. Shot down by AIM-7F missile
				3667 on display at Missouri ANG at Lambert-St Louis IAP, Brigeton, Missouri.
				3668 to MASDC Apr 22, 1977 as FE337.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 113. W/o 18 January 1985. Shot down by AIM-7E missile 
				3669 to MASDC Apr 17, 1979.  Converted to QF-100D #95. W/o 20 July 1984. Crashed on take-off from Tyndall, FL.
				3670 (20th TFW/55th TFS) Crashed in Turkey Sep 8, 1967
				3671 (20th TFW/55th TFS) Crashed on Beinn Donachan, Scotland Apr 14, 1960. 
					Pilot killed
				3672 to MASDC Apr 6, 1976 as FE289.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 271.  W/o 23 August 1988. Shot down
				3673 to MASDC Sep 14, 1978 as FE399.  Converted to QF-100D Drone no. 133.  Crashed
					on takeoff from Tyndall AFB Aug 12, 1985.  Pilot ejected
					safely.  A required modification to the engine flame holders
					had not been accomplished prior to the aircraft going to MASDC.
				3674 to MASDC Nov 20, 1978 as FE425.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 151. W/o 28 October 1985. Shot down
				3675 (20th FBW/55th FBS) crashed into field near Sible Hedingham whilst taking off from  
					to Wethersfield AB, England Dec 3, 1957.  Pilot killed
				3676 (20th TFW/55th TFS) Crashed 3 miles north of Magione, 
					Italy May 24, 1967.
				3677 (20th TFW/55th TFS) Crashed near Silver End, England 
					Aug 7, 1958 following engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely
				3678 11/19/56: Factory rollout.
					12/14/56: TOS USAF. Assigned to Warner Robins Air Materiel Area, Warner Robins AFB, GA.
					2/15/57: 563rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 388th Tactical Fighter Wing, Étain-Rouvres Air Base, France.
					12/10/57: 9th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 49th Tactical Fighter Wing, Étain-Rouvres Air Base, France.
					9/15/64: 20th Tactical Fighter Wing, RAF Wethersfield, England.
					9/70: 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 48th Tactical Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, England.
					1972: 110th Tactical Fighter Squadron (ANG), 131st Tactical Fighter Group, Lambert Field, St. Louis, MO.
					12/16/75: MASDC, Davis Monthan AFB, AZ with s/n FE275.
					6/14/83: NMUSAF Loan Program.
					By 7/83: Maxwell AFB, AL air park..
				3679 to MASDC Feb 6, 1977 as FE313.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 231. W/o 23 October 1987. Shot down by AIM-9M missile 
				3681 (MSN 223-363) converted to NF-100D.  To MASDC Dec 30, 1972 as FE201.
				3682 (20th TFW/55th TFS) Crashed on landing at Wethersfield 
					AB, England Sep 24, 1963.  Pilot unhurt
				3683 to MASDC Feb 6, 1977 as FE314.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 233. W/o 8 December 1988. Shot down by AIM-9M missile 
				3684 to MASDC Jan 16, 1976 to FE286.  
				3685 to MASDC May 16, 1979 as FE532.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 235. W/o 29 March 1988. Crashed
				3686 (20th FBW/55th FBS) Crashed at Sible Hedingham, England 2/12/1957 
					shortly after takeoff from Wethersfield.  Pilot killed
				3687 (20th TFS/77th TFS) Crashed at Stoke-by-Clare, England Jun 10, 1966
				3688 to MASDC Oct 12, 1977 as FE362.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 242. W/o 12 February 1988. Shot down
				3689 to MASDC Jan 21, 1977 as FE309.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 230. W/o 12 November 1987. Shot down by AIM-9M missile
				3690 to MASDC Apr 22, 1977 as FE338.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 246.  W/o 5 March 1987. Shot down
				3691 (20th TFW) Crashed 11 miles south of Torrejon AB, Spain Dec 4, 1962. 
					Pilot ejected safely
				3692 to MASDC Aug 8, 1979 as FE576.  Converted to QF-100D #115. W/o 5 June 1985. Shot down
				3693 (20th TFW/79th TFS) Crashed 58 miles south-east of Wheelus AB, 
					Libya Mar 4, 1958.  Pilot ejected safely
				3694 (20th TFW/55th TFS) Crashed 3.5 miles east-south-east 
					of Wethersfield AB, England Jul 8, 1968
				3696 (20th FBW/55th FBS): Entered uncontrollable spin and crashed 3 
					miles west of Doddington, England May 22, 1958.  Pilot ejected safely
				3697 (49th TFW/8th TFS) crashed at Sonthofen, West Germany 
					during practice close air support mission Jul 30, 1958. Pilot killed
				3699 (20th TFW) Crashed near El Uotia range, Libya Aug 1, 1961. 
					Pilot killed.
				3700 to Turkish AF Dec 17, 1969
				3701 (49th FBW/9th FBS) crashed near Bouligny, France after 
					gyro failure caused pilot (who was killed) to lose control Jan 18, 1958
55-3702/3814		North American F-100D-30-NA Super Sabre
				MSN 223-384/496.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3717, 3739, 3774, 3791, 3797 AGM-12 Bullpup compatible aircraft modified with the command guidance equipment
				3702 (615th TFS, 401st TFW) shot down by AAA near Don Luan 10 mi NE of Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Jun 12, 1965.
					Pilot ejected and was killed in shootout with VC.
				3703 to MASDC as FE298 Jul 1, 1976.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 273.  W/o 13 December 1988. Shot down.
				3704 (615th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire 5 mi S of Vinh Long City, Vinh Long Province, South
					Vietnam Jan 20, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF HH-43 Husky helicopter.
				3705 to MASDC Aug 23, 1978 as FE397.  Converted to QF-100D no. 280.  W/o 13 April 1988. Shot down by AIM-9M missile.
				3706 to range at Eglin AFB late 1976 or early 1977.
				3708 flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  
				3709 to MASDC Jul 27, 1979 as FE565.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 201. W/o 18 December 1986. Shot down by AIM-7F missile
				3710 to MASDC Jan 26, 1979 as FE452.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 150. W/o 5 March 1985. Shot down by AIM-4G missile
				3711 (401st TFW) collided with 56-3367 during landing rollout at Wheelus
					AB, Libya Oct 19, 1968.  Not SOC until Jan 13, 1970, so presumably
					repair was considered.
				3712 to MASDC Apr 14, 1977 as FE334.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 112.  To drone at Tyndall AFB.  
					Hit by AIM-7 Missile during exercise in 1985.  Plane was recovered back to the drone runway, but
					the wing spar was cracked from the impact and the plane was scrapped in 1986 after being stripped 
					of useable parts.
				3714 (309th TFS, 31st TFW) hit by ground fire 10 mi NE of Dau Tieng, Binh Duong Province, South Vietnam
					Feb 15, 1967.  Was able to fly back to Tuy Hoa, but pilot was forced to eject before he could land.
					Pilot was rescued.
				3715 flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  
				3716 (MSN 223-398) recent article in Air-Britain states that plane crashed
					with 413rd TFW/1st TFS Oct 14, 1958 230 mi S of Tripoli, Libya.  No evidence that this plane
					was ever allocated to Turkish AF
				3717 (510th TFS, 3rd TFW) damaged by own bomb last 7 mi N of Dau Tieng, Binh Duong Province, South
					Vietnam Apr 1, 1968.  Plane crashed and pilot was KIA.
				3718 (MSN 223-400) to Turkish AF Dec 19, 1969 as 55-3718
				3719 (416th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire over South Vietnam Dec 29, 1965.  Pilot ejected and
					was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3721 (MSN 223-403) to Turkish AF as 55-3721
				3722 (612th TFS, 37th TFW) shot down by AAA 25 mi SW of Hue, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Jul 14, 1969.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued by USMC helicopter.
				3724 to MASDC Jan 3, 1979 as FE435.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 149. W/o 19 September 1985. Shot down by AIM-9L missile
				3726 to MASDC Mar 29, 1978 as FE373.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 114. W/o 11 March 1988. Shot down by 3 AIM missiles
				3727 to MASDC Jun 3, 1977 as FE346.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 232.  W/o 5 May 1989. Shot down by AIM-9M missile
				3729 suffered engine flameout due to engine failure early 1967.  Pilot ejected safely.
				3731 (401st TFW/307th TFS) crashed Jun 18, 1968 10 mi SSW of Renquena, Spain
				3733 (MSN 223-415) to MASDC Feb 22, 1979 as FE461.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 284.  W/o 27 July 1988. Shot down
					Front fuselage was at McClellan AFB museum until base closed late 1990s.
				3737 flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  (614th TFS, 35th TFW) crashed near Phan Rang AB, South Vietnam 
					Sep 24, 1969.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF HH-43 Husky helicopter.
				3738 (429th TFS) shot down over Vietnam Sep 23, 1965
				3739 (615th TFS, 366th TFW) damaged by ground fire near Ba Tri, 45 mi S of Saigon in Mekong Delta South 
					Vietnam Jul 25, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by helicopter.
				3740 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Jul 26, 1978 as FE396.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 279.  W/o 24 February 1988. Shot down by AIM-9M missile.
				3741 to MASDC Jul 30, 1979 as FE566.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 354.  W/o 29 November 1990. Shot down by AIM-12 missile
				3744 to MASDC Aug 20, 1979 as FE583.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 211.  W/o 20 March 1987. Shot down.
				3745 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS).   to MASDC Mar 21, 1977 as FE331
				3746 to MASDC May 6, 1977 as FE342.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 119.  W/o 15 June 1985. Shot down
				3748 w/o Dec 9, 1964 33 miles N. of Nellis AFB, NV
				3749 (614th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by AAA 25 mi W of Katum, Tay Ninh Provice, South Vietnam in Svay 
					Province, Cambodia Apr 13, 1971.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3750 (MSN 223-432) to Turkish AF Jan 13, 1970 as 55-3750.  W/o Feb 24, 1977
				3752 to MASDC Oct 6, 1978 as FE405.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 175.  W/o 31 July 1985. Shot down.
				3753 (31st TFW/306th TFS) crashed Sep 24, 1965 21 mi NE of Salihi, Turkey
				3754 (MSN 223-436) 12/15/56: Factory rollout. 
					1/5/57: TOS USAF. Assigned to NAMCO, Air Materiel Command, Columbus, OH.
					1/8/57: 474th Tactical Fighter Wing (Tactical Air Command), Clovis AFB, NM.
					4/13/57: 405th Fighter-Bomber Wing (TAC), Langley AFB, VA. 
					6/25/57: 354th Tactical Fighter Wing (TAC), Myrtle Beach AFB, SC.
					3/28/58: 31st Tactical Fighter Wing (TAC), Turner AFB, GA.
					11/20/58: SARAR, Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, CA for maintenance.
					2/10/59: 4520th Combat Crew Training Wing (TAC), Nellis AFB, NV.
					9/27/62: 4510th CCTW (TAC), Luke AFB, AZ.
					7/14/64: USAF Flight Demonstration Team (Thunderbirds), 4520th CCTW (TAC), Nellis AFB, NV.
					12/28/65: SMAAR, Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, CA for maintenance.
					1966: USAF Flight Demonstration Team (Thunderbirds), 4520th CCTW (TAC), Nellis AFB, NV.
					10/12/66: Accident at Nellis AFB, NV
					12/18/66: WRAAR, Logistics Command, Myrtle Beach AFB, SC for maintenance.
					12/22/66: USAF Flight Demonstration Team (Thunderbirds), 4520th CCTW (TAC), Nellis AFB, NV.
					10/31/67: NAMIC (Logistics Command), Inglewood, CA for maintenance.
					1/30/68: USAF Flight Demonstration Team (Thunderbirds), 4525th Fighter Weapons Wing (TAC), Nellis AFB, NV. 
					12/13/68: 4510th CCTW (TAC), Luke AFB, AZ.
					12/28/68: SMAAR, Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, CA for maintenance.
					10/14/69: 58th Tactical Fighter Training Wing (TAC), Luke AFB, AZ.
					4/9/70: SMAAR, Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, CA for maintenance.
					6/9/70: 175th Tactical Fighter Squadron (ANG), 114th Tactical Fighter Group, Joe Foss ANGB, Sioux Falls, SD.
					1977: Nellis AFB, NV. Restored to original Thunderbird aircraft by Thunderbird maintenance personnel at Nellis AFB.
					7/22/77:  Ferry flight by South Dakota Air National Guard pilot to the Air Force Museum, Wright 
						Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Presented to the Museum by the Thunderbirds.
				3756 (MSN 223-438) to Turkish AF Jan 13, 1970 as 55-3756.  Crashed while making emergency landing after
					Cyprus attack Jul 20, 1974
				3757 to MASDC Dec 1, 1978 as FE429.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 351. W/o 4 June 1991. Shot down by AIM-7M missile
				3758 to MASDC Mar 31, 1979 as FE490.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 295.  W/o 2 September 1988. Shot down.
				3759 to MASDC Apr 17, 1979 as FE506.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 298.  W/o 24 August 1988. Shot down by AIM missile
				3761 (MSN 223-443) to Turkish AF Jan 13, 1970 as 55-3761.  Collided in midair with F-100D 54-2175 and 
					crashed at Mermer village-Hazro/Diyarbakir May 31, 1983
				3762 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(90th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire near Ap Nhut, 13 mi NW of Can Tho City, Can Tho Province,
					South Vietnam Feb 26, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3765 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(308th TFS, 31st TFW) shot down by ground fire near Ban Ti Srenh, 20 mi SE of Ban Me Thout City, Dak Lak
					Province, South Vietnam Jan 4, 1968.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3766 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). (416th TFS, 37t TFW) shot down by ground fire 15 mi NW of Quang Nagi City, Quang Nagi Province, South
					Vietnam Jun 6, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				3768 (401st TFW/615th TFS) crashed Apr 8, 1959 15 mi S of Casablanca.
					Pilot killed.
				3770 to MASDC Mar 29, 1979 as FE481.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 285. W/o 21 June 1989. Shot down by AIM-9M missile 
				3771 to MASDC Jul 27, 1979 as FE564.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 352
					Expended May 29, 1992 when shot down by AIM-7M missile over Gulf of Mexico.
				3773 (531st TFS, 3rd TFW) crashed over South Vietnam May 10, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3775 to MASDC Aug 6, 1979 as FE569.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 213.  W/o 4 December 1986. Shot down by AIM-9M missile
				3776 flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  . Pilot ejected safely on 1 May 67 after midair collision with 55-3582
              				during air refueling over Kansas. Rest of flight lands safely at McConnell AFB, KS. 
				3777 lost oil near Bien Hoa and pilot ejected Jan 13, 1970.
				3779 flew with USAF Thunderbirds (1964-1968).  
				3780 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(416th TFS, 3rd TFW)  shot down by ground fire near Ben Cat 20 mi N of Tan Son Nhut, South Vietnam
					Mar 5, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				3782 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					left runway on landing and sheared gear May 8, 1970.  Pilot egressed OK.
				3783 (613rd TFS, 401st TFW) shot down by AAA at Ban Ken Bridge on Route 7 SW of Ban Ban, Houaphanh
					Province, Laos Feb 19, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				3784 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Feb 2, 1978 as FE367.  Converted to QF-100D drone no 353.  W/o 5 December 1991. Shot down by AIM-7M missile.
					A plane marked as 55-3784 was at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho in 1998.  This aircraft 
					is actually 54-1748 that is painted as 53784.
				3785 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(416 TFS Misawa AB, Japan) pilot ejected at Osan AB, Korea on 29 Aug 62.
				3787 (90th TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by automatic weapons fire 35 mi NE of Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province,
					South Vietnam Dec 11, 1966.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by helicopter.  
				3788 to MASDC Feb 2, 1979 as FE545.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 176.  W/o 28 June 1985. Shot down by AIM-9P missile.
				3789 (4520 CCTW) from Nellis AFB crashed 15 miles NW of Las Vegas, Nevada 
					Nov 17, 1959, while on a gunnery target-towing mission.   After loss of K-11 
					tow target from cable, pilot experienced loss of stick control and bailed 
					out with only minor injuries
				3790 (614th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire 10 mi SW of Quan Long, Ca Mau Province, South Vietnam
					June 3, 1969.  Pilot KIA.
				3791 was Thunderbird aircraft (1964-1968).  Crashed Nov 17, 1970 in South Dakota after engine failure with 175th TFS SD ANG), 
					pilot ejected safely.
				3793 (90th TFS, 3rd TFW) crashed on strafing run near Ap Long Pho in mouth of Mekong Delat Ba Xugen Province,
					South Vietnam Mar 14, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				3793 MSN 223-475) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				3797 to MASDC Feb 2, 1979 as FE456.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 152.  W/o 11 June 1985. Shot down by AIM-9P missile
				3798 (MSN 223-480) to Turkish AF Jan 21, 1970 as 55-3798
				3799 (4523 CCTS Nellis AFB, NV)  collided with range towerroof on low pass near Nellis AFB, NV and
					right main landing gear was jammed, forcing controlled ejection near Indian Springs, NV May 13, 1960.
				3802 (31st TFW/308th TFS) wrecked Sep 19, 1958 at Rivolto, Italy when
					overran runway after landing.  Pilot killed.
				3803 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(614th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire near Phum Chiphu, Svay Rieng, Cambodia May 29, 1970.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				3804 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Aug 20, 1979 as FE584.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 369.  W/o 7 February 1991. Shot down by AIM-7M missile.
				3805 (MSN 223-487) on display at Connecticut ANG, Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks, Connecticut
				3806 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(612th TFS, 35th TFW) shot down by small arms fire 5 mi SE of Kratie, Cratie Province, Cambodia Sep 16, 1970.
					Pilot ejected and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				3809 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					(531st TFS, 3rd TFW) shot down by ground fire over Mekong Delta, South Vietnam Oct 12, 1966.  Pilot
					ejected and was rescued.
				3811 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Jan 10, 1976 as FE285.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 275.  W/o 12 November 1987. Shot down
				3812 PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
					to MASDC Jun 14, 1979 as FE549.  Converted to QF-100D drone no. 178.  W/o 16 July 1985. Shot down by AIM-4F missile.
				3813 (MSN 223-495) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
				3814 (MN 223-496) PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). PACAF. Modified with the Lightweight Navigation System (LWNAVS). 
55-3815			Aero Commander L-26A
				MSN 560-216.  Was YL-26A.  Ordered on behalf of US Army.  Fitted with auxiliary fuel tank in
				fuselage.  Assigned temporary registration of 
				N2716B, then returned to US Army .  Apparently this plane was to be supplied
				to the government of Laos, but was never delivered since it
				crashed Jul 10, 1955 near Enid, PA.  This plane is sometimes
				erroneously listed as having gone to Air America.
55-3816/4030		North American F-86F-40-NA Sabre
				MSN 227-1/215.  Many sold to Japan, Spain, and Taiwan.
				3884, 3889 AGM-12 Bullpup compatible aircraft modified with the command guidance equipment
				3816 (MSN 227-1) 10/1955: Delivered to the USAF.  1/1956: Bailed back to North American Aviation for tests. To Japan as JASDF 62-7254
				3817 (MSN 227-2) 1/1956: Bailed back to North American Aviation for tests   To Japan as JASDF 62-7483.  1959: 6th FS (2nd FW).
					Crashed Oct 5, 1959 into the sea off Hachinohe, Aomori Prefecture after a collision with F-86F 92-7893. Pilot was killed.
				3818 (MSN 227-3) to Japan as JASDF 62-7432.  Returned to USA and now on display at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, Arizona ANG
				3819 (MSN 227-4) to Japan as JASDF 62-7433.  W/o Aug 16, 1956
				3820 (MSN 227-5) to Japan as JASDF 62-7434.  5/1964: Returned to the USAF.  8/1969: Transferred to the Tunisian AF. 11 Squadron.
				3821 (MSN 227-6) to Japan as JASDF 62-7442.  11962: 4th FW.  Crashed Jul 5, 1963 in Miyagi  Preecture after a collision with F-86F 92-7921. Pilot was killed.
				3822 (MSN 227-7) to Japan as JASDF 62-7431. Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553822.
					PMTC as 25.  1992: PMTC as 32.   1993: Struck off charge at NAF China Lake, CA.
				3823 (MSN 227-8) to Japan as JASDF 62-7435. Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553823. W
					Shot down by F-18 at China Lake, CA Jul 26, 1982.
				3824 (MSN 227-9) to Japan as JASDF 62-7436.  Returned to the USAF.   Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet
				3825 (MSN 227-10) to Japan as JASDF 62-7443.  1957: 1st FW.   Crashed Jun 19, 1957 into the sea off the Tenryuugawa River mouth. Pilot was killed
				3826 (MSN 227-11)
				3827 (MSN 227-12)
				3828 (MSN 227-13) to Japan as JASDF 62-7444.   Returned to USAF May 1964.  To MASDC Aug 6, 1964.   Departed Jan 14, 1969
					To North American, Inglewood, CA.  To NAS Pensacola, FL.  To Tunisia under MAP Aug 13, 1969
				3829 (MSN 227-14) to Japan as JASDF 62-7437.  1st FS.  Must have returned to USAF and converted to QF-86F 
					drone for US Navy as 553829.  PMTC.  SOC Aug 16, 1989.
				3830 (MSN 227-15) to Japan as JASDF 62-7438
				3831 (MSN 227-16)
				3832 (MSN 227-17) to Pakistan AF.  W/o Sep 4, 1965 near Sylhet after bird strike.  Pilot ejected safely
				3833 (MSN 227-18) to Japan as JASDF 62-7439.  Returned to USAF May 1964.  To MASDC Aug 6, 1964.  Departed Oct 31, 1968.
					To North American, Inglewood, CA. To NAS Pensacola, FL.  To Tunisia under MAP Aug 13, 1969
				3834 (MSN 227-19) to Japan as JASDF 62-7440.  Returned to USAF  To MASDC Aug 6, 1964,  Departed Nov 1, 1968.  
					To North American, Inglewood, CA.  To NASDC Pensacola, FL.  To Tunisia under MAP Aug 13, 1969
				3835 (MSN 227-20)
				3836 (MSN 227-21)
				3837 (MSN 227-22)
				3838 (MSN 227-23) to Japan as JASDF 62-7445. Put into storage 1966.  Returned to service.  Rebuilt with
					fuselage of 62-7791.  Must have returned to USAF and converted to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553838.
					NWC as 818.  PMTC as 15.  1990: PMTC as 33
				3839 (MSN 227-24) to Pakistan AF.  Destroyed on ground at Murid AB Dec 8, 1971 by Indian AF Hunter raid
				3840 (MSN 226-25)
				3841 (MSN 226-26)
				3842 (MSN 226-27)
				3843 (MSN 226-28) to Pakistan AF.  Destroyed on ground at Sargodha AB Sep 7, 1965 by Indian AF Mystere IVAS raid
				3844 (MSN 226-29) to Japan as JASDF 62-7460.  Crashed Mar 13, 1958 into the sea off Shizouka Prefecture. Pilot was killed.
				3845 (MSN 226-30)
				3846 (MSN 227-31) to Japan as JASDF 62-7446.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553846.  
					W/o at NAF China Lake, CA Jun 1, 1984.
				3847 (MSN 227-32)
				3848 (MSN 227-33) to Pakistan AF.  Destroyed on ground at Murid Dec 8, 1971 by Indian AF Hunter raid.
				3849 (MSN 227-34) to Republic of China AF.  Returned to USAF.  Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet, as 24.
				3850 (MSN 227-35) to Pakistan AF.  Reported winter 2003/4 as gate guardian at
					Sharea-Faisal AB, Karachi, Pakistan.
				3851 (MSN 227-36) to Pakistan AF.  Destroyed on ground at Murid AB Dec 8, 1971 by Indian AF Hunter raid.
				3852 (MSN 227-37) Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet
				3853 (MSN 227-38) to Japan as JASDF 62-7447.  Crashed Apr 15, 1957 near Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture .
				3854 (MSN 227-39) to Pakistan AF.  Preserved Gujranwala in front of ISSB office
				3855 (MSN 227-40) to Japan as JASDF 62-7441.  1957: 1st FW.  Crashed Nov 21, 1957 into the sea off Arai, Shizuoka Prefecture. Pilot was killed.
				3856 (MSN 227-41) to Pakistan AF.  Shot down over Chamb Dec 10, 1971 by Indian AF Hunter.  Pilot was killed.
				3857 (MSN 227-42)
				3858 (MSN 227-43)
				3859 (MSN 227-44) to Japan as JASDF 62-7448.  1962: 8th FS (6th FW).  Crashed Feb 18, 1962 into the sea off Hashitate/Kaga,
					 Ishikawa Prefecture. Pilot was killed 
				3860 (MSN 227-45)
				3861 (MSN 227-46)
				3863 (MSN 227-48) to Japan as JASDF 62-7466.  Must have returned to USAF and converted to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553863
					NWC.  Dec 11, 1986: Struck off charge at NAF China Lake, CA.
				3864 (MSN 227-49) to Japan as JASDF 62-7449.  Returned to USAF, converted Jul 1980 to QF-86F for US Navy as 553864.  PMTC.
					SOC Aug 28, 1989.
				3865 (MSN 227-50) to Japan as JASDF 62-7467.  8th FS (3rd FW).  Must have returned to USAF and converted Jul 1980 to QF-86F 
					drone for US Navy as 553865.  PMTC as 32.   9/29/1982: Struck off charge at NAF China Lake, CA.
				3866 (MSN 227-51) 
				3867 (MSN 227-52) to Japan as JASDF 62-7450.  1962: 7th FS (4th FW).
					Crashed Jul 16, 1962  into the sea off Misawa AB after a collision with F-86F 92-7934. Pilot was killed.
				3868 (MSN 227-53) to Japan as JASDF 62-7468.  Must have returned to USAF and converted Srp 1989 to QF-86F drone
					for US Navy as 553868.  PMTC as 37.   1990: PMTC as 39.
				3869 (MSN 227-54) to Japan as JASDF 62-7451.  Wings to 62-7435.  1983: Returned to the USAF.
					Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet.
				3870 (MSN 227-55) to Pakistani AF.  1965: Shot down an Indian AF aircraft
				3871 (MSN 227-56) to Japan as JASDF 62-7452.  Crashed Jun 25, 1971 near Takisawa, Iwate County, Iwate Prefecture
				3872 (MSN 227-57) to Japan as JASDF 62-7469.  Returned to the USAF.   1/1985: Converted to QF-86F drone.  PMTC.
					8/29/1987: Struck off charge.
				3873 (MSN 227-58) to Japan as JASDF 62-7453.  1957: 1st FW.  Crashed Nov 16, 1957 into a landfill near Takamatsu, 
					Kagawa Prefecture. Pilot was killed.
				3874 (MSN 227-59) to Japan as JASDF 62-7454.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F drone for US Navy.  Used as spare parts.
				3875 (MSN 227-60) to Japan as JASDF 62-7455. 1974-75: 501st Squadron.  11/1981: Withdrawn from use.
 					Must have returned to USAF and converted to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553875.  PMTC as 31.
				3876 (MSN 227-61) 
				3877 (MSN 227-62) to Japan as JASDF 62-7456.  Fuselage used to rebuild 62-7497
				3878 (MSN 227-63) to Japan as JASDF 62-7457.  501 Squadron.  Must have returned to USAF and converted to QF-86F 
					for US Navy as 553878.  NWC as 885.  PMTC as 31.
				3879 (MSN 227-64) to Japan as JASDF 62-7474.  W/o Mar 19, 1957
				3880 (MSN 227-65) to Japan as JASDF 62-7498
				3881 (MSN 227-66) to Japan as JASDF 62-7458.  1977: 8th Squadron.  Returned to USAF 1985 and converted Feb 1985 to QF-86F 
					drone for US Navy as 553881.  PMTC.  SOC Oct 11, 1985.
				3882 (MSN 227-67) to Japan as JASDF 62-7459.  1977: 8th Squadron.  Must have returned to USAF and converted Jul 1988
					to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553882.  NWC as 806.  PMTC as 37.  8/25/1989: Struck off charge
				3883 (MSN 227-68) to Japan as JASDF 62-7484.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 553883. 1981-82: NWC as 06.  
					W/o at China Lake, CA May 28, 1982.
				3884 (MSN 227-69) to Japan as JASDF 62-7460.  W/o Mar 13, 1958
				3885 (MSN 227-70) to Japan as JASDF 62-7504.  1961: 5th FW.  Flamed out and crashed Aug 25, 1961
				3886 (MSN 227-71) to Japan as JASDF 62-7465
				3887 (MSN 227-72) to Japan as JASDF 62-7485. Returned to USAF May 1964.  To MASDC Aug 11, 1964.  Departed Oct 31, 1968.  
					To North American, Inglewood, CA.  To NAS Pensacola, FL  To Tunisia under MAP Aug 13, 1969.  11 Squadron.
				3888 (MSN 227-73) to Japan as JASDF 62-7486.  1957: 2nd FW.  Ran out of fuel and crashed May 20, 1957 near Chitose AB.
				3889 (MSN 227-74) to Japan as JASDF 62-7461
				3890 (MSN 227-75) to Japan as JASDF 62-7487.  Wings to 72-7772.  Returned to USAF.  Converted to QF-86F drone Mar 1989
					NWC as 814.
				3891 (MSN 227-76) to Japan as JASDF 62-7516.  Preserved at Sugano Clinic, Shizouka, Japan
				3892 (MSN 227-77) to Japan as JASDF 62-7470.  10th FS (8th FW).  1973: 6th Squadron.  1981: Withdrawn from use.
					Returned to the USAF.  11/1984: Converted to QF-86F drone.  PMTC as 32.  5/30/1985: Struck off charge.
				3893 (MSN 227-78) to Japan as JASDF 62-7462.  1960: 1st FW.  Mar 4, 1960: Crashed while landing at Hamamatsu AB
				3894 (MSN 227-79) to Japan as JASDF 62-7463.  1st Squadron.  W/o Mar 4, 1960.
				3895 (MSN 227-80) to Japan as JASDF 62-7525.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 553895.  PMTC.
					SOC Sep 14, 1989
				3896 (MSN 227-81) to Japan as JASDF 62-7464.  Returned to the USAF.  Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet.
				3897 (MSN 227-82) to Japan as JASDF 62-7488
				3898 (MSN 227-83) to Japan as JASDF 62-7471.  Must have returned to USAF and converted Nov 1989 to QF-86F for US Navy as 553898.
					PMTC as 35.  NWC as 824
				3899 (MSN 227-84) to Japan as JASDF 62-7505.  Returned to USAF.  To MASDC Aug 6, 1964.  Declared excess Apr 13, 1972
				3900 (MSN 227-85) to Japan as JASDF 62-7499.  Returned to USAF, converted 1979 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553900.  
					NWC as 801 W/o at NAF China Lake, CA Oct 27, 1980
				3901 (MSN 227-86) to Japan as JASDF 62-7500
				3902 (MSN 227-87) to Japan as JASDF 62-7501.  6th FS (8th FW).   1980: Flew with the Blue Impulse acrobatic team.
					Must have returned to USAF and converted Nov 1983 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553902.  NWC.
					SOC Mar 4, 1984 at NAF China Lake, CA
				3903 (MSN 227-88) to Japan as JASDF 62-7502. 1967: 8th Squadron.   1975: 8th Squadron.  3/1976: Withdrawn from use.
					Returned to USAF, converted May 1978 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553903. PMTC.
					SOC Aug 19, 1982 at NAF China Lake, CA
				3904 (MSN 227-89) to Japan as JASDF 62-7472.  5/1964: Returned to the USAF.  To MASDC Aug 6, 1964.  Departed Dec 21, 1965.
					To North American, Inglewood, CA.  To McClellan AFB, CA. To NAS Pensacola, FL.  To Tunisia under MAP Nov 17, 1969.
				3905 (MSN 227-90) to Japan as JASDF 62-7475.  Must have returned to USAF and converted in 1990 to QF-86F 
					drone for US Navy as 553905.  PMTC as 11 and 36.  NWC as 829
				3906 (MSN 227-91) to Japan as JASDF 62-7473.  1/1967: Put into storage.  1978: Returned to service. Rebuilt with the fuselage of 02-7974
					1980: 1st Squadron.  11/1981: Withdrawn from use.  Returned to USAF, converted Feb 1989 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553906.
					PMTC as 10.  SOC Nov 20, 1989.
				3907 (MSN 227-92) to Japan as JASDF 62-7476. 1964: 3rd FS (4th FW).   Crashed Oct 5, 1964 near Touwa, Miyagi Prefecture due to engine failure.
				3908 (MSN 227-93) to Japan as JASDF 62-7481.  Returned to the USAF.  Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet.
				3909 (MSN 227-94) to Japan as JASDF 62-7482.  Returned to USAF May 1964.  To MASDC Aug 6, 1974.  Departed Dec 21, 1965.
					To North American, Inglewood, CA.  To McClellan AFB, CA.  To NAS Pensacola, FL. To Tunisia under MAP Nov 17, 1969.
					11 Squadron
				3910 (MSN 227-95) to Japan as JASDF 62-7489.  1964: 6th FS (5th FW).   Ran out of fuel and crashed Jan 8, 1964 near Kengun APT, Kumamoto Prefecture
				3911 (MSN 227-96) to Japan as JASDF 62-7477.  Returned to USAF.  to MASDC Aug 6, 1964.  Declared excess Apr 13, 1972
				3912 (MSN 227-97) to Japan as JASDF 62-7490.  Must have returned to USAF and converted Aug 1980 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553912.
					PMTC.  SOC Aug 26 1982 at NAF China Lake, CA.
				3913 (MSN 227-98) to Japan as JASDF 62-7491. 5th FS (4th FW).  Must have returned to USAF and converted Jan 1990
					to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553913. NWC as 18 and 826
				3914 (MSN 227-99) to Japan as JASDF 62-7478. Crashed Aug 16, 1960 after a collision with F-86Fs 92-7900 and 92-7907 .
				3915 (MSN 227-100) to Japan as JASDF 62-7506.  Must have returned to USAF and converted Aug 1989 to QF-86F 
					drone for US Navy as 553915.  NWC as 820.  PMTC as 17.  SOC Dec 2, 1989  at NAF China Lake, CA.
				3916 (MSN 227-101) to Japan as JASDF 62-7479.  Returned to USAF in 1983, converted in 1990 to QF-86F drone for 
					US Navy. NWC as 826 and 830.  SOC at NAF China Lake, CA.  Preserved at US Naval Museum of Armament and Technology 
					at China Lake, CA.
				3917 (MSN 227-102) to Japan as JASDF 62-7480.   W/o 5 Oct 1959   Location ?
				3918 (MSN 227-103) to Japan as JASDF 62-7492.  W/o Oct 4, 1960 after collision with another plane
				3919 (MSN 227-104) to Japan as JASDF 62-7493.  Returned to USAF, converted Oct 198 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553919.  
					NWC as 809.  Shot down near China Lake, CA Jul 26, 1982 by an F-18 during that type's OpEval. 
				3920 (MSN 227-105) to Japan as JASDF 62-7526.  8th FS, 3rd FW.
				3921 (MSN 227-106) to Japan as JASDF 62-7494.  1957: 1st FW.  Crashed Jan 19, 1957 in Shizuoka Prefecture after a collision with F-86F 62-7515
				3922 (MSN 227-107) to Japan as JASDF 62-7507.  W/o Jan 13, 1958
				3923 (MSN 227-108) to Japan as JASDF 62-7503.  1961: 3rd FS, 2nd FW.  Crashed Apr 6, 1961 near Shimokita Peninsula in the 
					Yuubari Mountains in bad weather. Pilot was killed.
				3924 (MSN 227-109) to Japan as JASDF 62-7495.  5/1964: Returned to the USAF.
					To MASDC Aug 6, 1964.  Departed Nov 6, 1968.  To North American, Inglewood, CA.  To McClellan AFB, CA.  To NAS Pensacola, FL.
					To Tunisian AF under MAP Nov 17, 1969
				3925 (MSN 227-110) to Japan as JASDF 62-7508.  On display at Misawa AB, Japan, with one side painted in JASDF
					markings and the other side painted in USAAF markings.
				3926 (MSN 227-111) to Japan as JASDF 62-7496.  Returned to USAF, converted in 1979 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553926.  
					PMTC as 30.  W/o at NAF China Lake, CA Jul 29, 1982.
				3927 (MSN 227-112) to Japan as JASDF 62-7509.  Returned to the USAF.
					Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet.
					Was preserved at the Western Museum of Flight, CA.  Currently preserved at Torrance APT, CA.
				3928 (MSN 227-113) to Japan as JASDF 62-7510. 1958: 2nd FW.   Crashed Oct 23, 1958 on the Shimamatsu Gunnery Range, Hokkaidou. Pilot was killed
				3929 (MSN 227-114) to Japan as JASDF 62-7527.  Preserved at Nara AB, Japan
				3930 (MSN 227-115) to Japan as JASDF 62-7511.  Preserved at Yokata AB, Japan, falsely marked as USAF 12832
				3931 (MSN 227-116) to Japan as JASDF 62-7517
				3932 (MSN 227-117) to Japan as JASDF 62-7512.  Must have returned to USAF and converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 553932
				3933 (MSN 227-118) to Japan as JASDF 62-7513
				3934 (MSN 227-119) to Japan as JASDF 62-7514.  1957: 2nd FW.  Crashed Jun 13, 1957 while landing at Tomakomai AB. Pilot was killed
				3935 (MSN 227-120) to Japan as JASDF 62-7528.  3rd FS (81st Aagp).  Returned to USAF, converted Mar 1980 to QF-86F 
					drone for US Navy as 553935.  NWC as 802.  Shot down Jul 9, 1981 by an AIM-7M missile in a test near NAF China Lake, CA. 
				3936 (MSN 227-121) to Japan as JASDF 62-7529.  Must have returned to USAF and converted Feb 1985 to QF-86F 
					drone for US Navy as 553936.  NWC as 868.  SOC Apr 22, 1986 at NAF China Lake, CA
				3937 (MSN 227-122) to Japan as JASDF 62-7497. 10/1966: Put into storage.  4/1977: Returned to service. Rebuilt with fuselage of 62-7456.
					1981-82: HQ Squadron Iruma AB.  3/1982: Withdrawn from use.  Returned to USAF.  Converted to QF-86F drone.
 					Noted fall 2003 at Western Museum of Flight, Hawthorne, CA
				3938 (MSN 227-123) to Japan as JASDF 62-7530 5/1964: Returned to the USAF.
					To MASDC Aug 6, 1964.  Departed Nov 4, 1968.  To North American, Inglewood, CA.  To NAS Pensacola, FL
					To Tunisian AF under MAP Aug 13, 1969.  11 Squadron
				3939 (MSN 227-124) to Japan as JASDF 62-7518.  Returned to USAF, converted Oct 1980 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 553939.  
					NWC as 10.  W/o at NAF China Lake, CA Jun 16, 1982.
				3940 (MSN 227-125) to Japan as JASDF 62-7515.  1957: 1st FW.  Crashed Jan 19, 1957 in Shizuoka Prefecture after a collision with F-86F 62-7494.
				3941 (MSN 227-126) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-89 in Sep 1956.  W/o Feb 19, 1957 in accident.
				3942 (MSN 227-127) to Japan as JASDF 62-7519.  Must have returned to USAF and converted May 1989 to QF-86F 
					drone for US Navy as 553942. PTMC as14 and 34.  NWC as 817.
				3943 (MSN 227-128) to Japan as JASDF 62-7520. 1964: 4th FW.  Crashed May 19, 1964 into Gassan Mountain near Miyako, Iwate 
					Prefecture in thick fog. Pilot was killed.
				3944 (MSN 227-129) to Japan as JASDF 62-7531. 5/1964: Returned to the USAF.
					To MASDC Aug 6, 1964.  Departed Nov 4, 1968.  To North American, Inglewood, CA. To NAS Pensacola, FL
					To Tunisian AF under MAP Aug 13, 1969.  11 Squadron
				3945 (MSN 227-130) to Japan as JASDF 62-7532.  Must have returned to USAF and converted 1990 to QF-86F drone
					for US Navy as 553945 and used as spare parts for QF-86F drone fleet as 834 and 21.
				3946 (MSN 227-131) to Japan as JASDF 62-7533,  5th FS (4th FW).  5/1964: Returned to the USAF.
					To MASDC Aug 6, 1964.  Departed Dec 21, 1965.  To North American, Inglewood, CA.  To McClellan AFB, CA.  To NAS Pensacola, FL
					To Tunisian AF under MAP Nov 17, 1969.  11 Squadron
				3947 (MSN 227-132) to Japan as JASDF 62-7534.  *5/1964: Returned to the USAF.
					To MASDC Aug 6, 1964.   Departed Nov 6, 1968.  To North American, Inglewood, CA.  To NAS Pensacola, FL
					Nov 17, 1969 transferred under MAP to the Tunisian AF.  11 Squadron.
				3948 (MSN 227-133) to Japan as JASDF 62-7521.  1981: HQ Squadron Iruma AB   Must have returned to USAF and converted 
					Apr 1989 to QF-86F for US Navy as 553948.  PTMC as 13.  SOC Dec 2, 1989.
				3949 (MSN 227-134) to Japan as JASDF 62-7535.  5/1964: Returned to the USAF.
					To MASDC Aug 6, 1964.  Departed Nov 5, 1968.  to North American, Inglewood, CA. To NAS Pensacola, FL.
					To Tunisian AF under MAP Nov 17, 1969.  11 Squadron
				3950 (MSN 227-135) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-73 in Aug 1956.  W/o in accident Nov 25, 1958
				3951 (MSN 227-136) to Japan as JASDF 62-7522
				3952 (MSN 227-137) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-74 in Aug 1956.  W/o in accident Dec 24, 1960  Location ?
				3953 (MSN 227-138) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-75 in Aug 1956.  SOC Nov 29, 1971
				3954 (MSN 227-139) to Japan as JASDF 62-7523
				3955 (MSN 227-140) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-90 in Sep 1956.  SOC Apr 30, 1970
				3956 (MSN 227-141) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-110 in Oct 1956.  W/o in accident Mar 11, 1960
				3957 (MSN 227-142) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-76 in Aug 1956.  SOC Dec 31, 1971. Sentto be target on Bardenas Range.
				3958 (MSN 227-143) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-77 in 1955-56.  W/o in accident Jan 9, 1958  Location?
				3959 (MSN 227-144) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-78 in Aug 1956.  SOC Nov 29, 1971.
				3960 (MSN 227-145) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-79 in Aug 1956.  W/o in accident Jan 11, 1958  Location ?
				3961 (MSN 227-146) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-105 in Oct 1956.  W/o Mar 2, 1957
				3962 (MSN 227-147) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-93 in Sep 1956.  SOC Dec 22, 1971
				3963 (MSN 227-148) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-80 in Sep 1956.  W/o in accident Jun 25, 1957  Location ?  Mid-air with C.5-84 ??
				3964 (MSN 227-149) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-91 in Sep 1956.  SOC Apr 30, 1970
				3965 (MSN 227-150) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-81 in Aug 1956.  W/o in accident Sep 14, 1960  Location ?
				3966 (MSN 227-151) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-82 in Aug 1956.  SOC Dec 22, 1971.  Preserved at Torrejon, Spain
				3967 (MSN 227-152) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-113 in Oct 1956.  SOC Mar 9, 1967
				3968 (MSN 227-153) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-92 in Sep 1956.  SOC Dec 22, 1971.
				3969 (MSN 227-154) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-114 in Oct 1956.  SOC Dec 22, 1971
				3970 (MSN 227-155) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-83 in Aug 1956.  SOC Nov 22, 1971
				3971 (MSN 227-156) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-143 in Dec 1956. SOC Jun 2, 1972.  Preserved at Zaragoza AB, Spain falsely
					marked as USAF 25406.
				3972 (MSN 227-157) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-115 in Oct 1956.  W/o in accident Nov 4, 1964
				3973 (MSN 227-158) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-94 in Sep 1956.  SOC Dec 14, 1961.  Returned to USAF
					Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet.   Struck off charge at NAF China Lake, CA
				3974 (MSN 227-159) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-95 in Sep 1956.  W/o in accident Aug 2, 1966.
				3975 (MSN 227-160) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-96 in Sep 1956.  SOC Nov 22, 1971
				3976 (MSN 227-161) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-109 in Oct 1956.  W/o in accident Mar 27, 1963
				3977 (MSN 227-162) 1956: USAF 492nd FBS (48th FBW).  To Spanish AF as EdA C.5-116 in Oct 1956.  W/o in accident Jul 14, 1961  Location ?
				3978 (MSN 227-163) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-117 in Oct 1956.  SOC Feb 13, 1961
				3979 (MSN 227-164) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-97 in Sep 1956.  SOC Dec 31, 1972.  Sent to be target on the Bardenas Range
				3980 (MSN 227-165) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-84 in Aug 1956.  w/o 25 Jun 1957 Location ?   Mid-air with C.5-80 ??
				3981 (MSN 227-166) to Spain as EdA C.5-107 in Oct 1956.  SOC Nov 11, 1972.  Preserved at Leon AB, Spain
				3982 (MSN 227-167) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-98 in Sep 1956.  SOC Mar 1, 1967.  As C.5-98 on display at Torrejon AB  
					after being falsely marked as C.5-82.
				3983 (MSN 227-168) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-99 in Sep 1956.  SOC Mar 1, 1967.
				3984 (MSN 227-169) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-100 in Sep 1956.  SOC Mar 25, 1972.  Sent to be target on the Bardenas range.
				3985 (MSN 227-170) to Spaniah AF as EdA C.5-144 in Dec 1956.  SOC Mar 1, 1967.
				3986 (MSN 227-171) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-118 in Sep 1956.  W/o in accident Nov 10, 1964
				3987 (MSN 227-172) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-119 in Oct 1956.  SOC Oct 5, 1961
				3988 (MSN 227-173) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-120 in Oct 1956.  W/o in accident Jul 26, 1961
				3989 (MSN 227-174) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-127 in Oct 1956.  W/o in accident Feb 15, 1967  Location ?
				3990 (MSN 227-175) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-104 in Oct 1956.  12/31/1972: Struck off charge.
					Sent to be a target on the Bardenas Range.   Currently preserved at Cuarto Vientos APT, Madrid
				3991 (MSN 227-176) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-138 in Dec 1956.  SOC Apr 1, 1972
				3992 (MSN 227-177) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-128 in Oct 1956.  SOC Mar 3, 1972.
				3993 (MSN 227-178) to Spain as EdA C.5-102 in 1955-56.  W/o Nov 25, 1958
				3994 (MSN 227-179) to Spaniah AF as EdA C.5-108 in Oct 1956.  SOC Mar 9, 1967
				3995 (MSN 227-180) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-103 in Oct 1956.  SOC Dec 31, 1972.  Sent to be target on Bardenas Range
				3996 (MSN 227-181) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-121 in Oct 1956.  SOC Mar 25, 1972.
				3997 (MSN 227-182) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-122 in Oct 1956.  SOC Mar 1, 1967
				3998 (MSN 227-183) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-145 in Dec 1956. SOC Jun 13, 1969.  Transferred to the Taiwanese AF.
					Returned to the USAF.  Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet, as 2
				3999 (MSN 227-184) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-123 in Oct 1956.  SOC Mar 1, 1967
				4000 (MSN 227-185) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-101 in OCt 1956.  SOC Sep 17, 1972.
					Currently preserved at Valencia APT, falsely marked as "C.5-6".
				4001 (MSN 227-286) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-129 in Oct 1956.  SOC Feb 1, 1972
				4002 (MSN 227-287) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-106 in Oct 1956.  SOC Dec 31, 1972.  Sent to be target on the Bardenas Range
				4003 (MSN 227-288) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-124 in Oct 1956.  W/o in accident Aug 2, 1966
				4004 (MSN 227-289) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-130 in Oct 1956.  SOC Apr 29, 1972
				4005 (MSN 227-290) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-131 in Oct 1956.  SOC Nov 29, 1971
				4006 (MSN 227-291) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-132 in Oct 1956.  SOC Mar 1, 1967
				4007 (MSN 227-292) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-125 in Oct 1956.  W/o in accident Mar 17, 1960
				4008 (MSN 227-293) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-133 in Oct 1956.  SOC Nov 29, 1971
				4009 (MSN 227-294) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-126 in Oct 1956.  SOC Mar 1, 1967.
				4010 (MSN 227-295) to Pakistani AF
				4011 (MSN 227-296) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-172 in May 1957.  SOC Dec 31, 1971.  Sent to be target on the Bardenas Range
				4012 (MSN 227-297) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-134 in Oct 1956.  W/o in accident Sep 25, 1958.
				4013 (MSN 227-298) to Pakistani AF.
				4014 (MSN 227-299) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-135 in Oct 1956.  W/o in accident May 24, 1960  Location ?
				4015 (MSN 227-300) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-156 in Mar 1957.  W/o in accident Mar 31, 1958.
				4016 (MSN 227-301) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-136 in Oct 1956.  W/o in accident Feb 10, 1961  Location ?
				4017 (MSN 227-302) to Spanish AF as EdA C.5-137 in Oct 1956.  SOC Dec 22, 1971.
				4018 (MSN 227-303) to Pakistan AF.  Destroyed on ground Murid Dec 8, 1971 by Indian AF Hunter
					raid.  Preserved Kohat in front of ISSB office  ??
				4019 (MSN 227-304) to Pakistan AF.  Shot down over Zafarwal Dec 8, 1971 by Indian AAA.  Pilot killed
				4020 (MSN 227-305) to Pakistan AF. 
				4021 (MSN 227-306) to Pakistan AF
				4022 (MSN 227-307) to Pakistan AF
				4023 (MSN 227-308) to Pakistan AF
				4024 (MSN 227-309) to Pakistan AF
				4025 (MSN 227-310) to Pakistan AF
				4026 (MSN 227-311) to Pakistan AF.  11 Squadron.  Sep 6, 1965: Shot down an Indian AF Hunter near Tarn Taran.
					Sep 7, 1965: Shot down 3 Indian AF Hunters near Sangla Hill.  Sep 16, 1965: Shot down an Indian AF Hunter near Amristar.
				4027 (MSN 227-312) to Pakistan AF. 1965 14 Squadron Shot down over Kharagpur Sep 7, 1965 by Indian AF Hunter.  Pilot killed
				4028 (MSN 227-313) to Pakistan AF.  Flew into ground in low clouds near Kurmitola Sep 7, 1965.  Pilot killed
				4029 (MSN 227-314) to Pakistan AF.  Preserved Toba Take Singh
				4030 (MSN 227-315) to Pakistan AF.  1971: 17 Squadron.  Flamed out and crashed Khushalgarh Dec 7, 1971 while 
					chasing Indian AF Hunter.
					Pilot ejected safely.
55-4031			Stroukoff YC-123E-SA Provider
				This appears to have NOT to have originally been C-123B 54-554 (c/n: 20003) as many people,have reported. There is
					a photo of a C-123 in Vietnam with a dorsal fin and s/n: "54554" on the tail. The YC-123E also had a 
					rounded tail tip not a squared one indicating it might have been one of the four unfinished Chase batch 
					from Willow Run i.e.52-1628/1637
55-4032/4034		Convair TF-102A-26-CO Delta Dagger
				4032 to Turkish AF
				4033 sold to Turkey.  Crashed Aug 22, 1975 at Ankara, Turkey.  Crew OK
55-4035/4042		Convair TF-102A-30-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				4035 sold to Hellenic AF.  Preserved at Hellenic AF Museum, Tatoi, Athens, Greece.  Moved to Dutch 
					Military Aviation Museum, Soesterberg, Holland in Nov 1995.  Back at Hellenic AF Museum.
				4036 (509th FIS, 405th FW) caught fire over Thailand Jan 15, 1967.  Pilot and observer ejected and were rescued.
				4038 crashed into Mediterranean off Barcelona, Spain Sept 8, 1961. Crew ejected but pilot drowned.
				4040 to MASDC as FJ204 May 18, 1971
55-4043/4050		Convair TF-102A-35-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				4043 w/o Aug 22, 1975 at Murted AB, Turkey
				4044 to MASDC as FJ201 May 18, 1971.  Seen on Eglin AFB range Dec 2006
				4045 to MASDC as FJ270 May 13, 1974
				4046 to MASDC as FJ203 May 18, 1971.
				4048 to MASDC as FJ150 Jul 1, 1970.  To Eglin AFB range.  Seen there Aug 1976.
				4049 318 FIS
					337 FIG
					327 FIS
					146 FIS PA ANG
					111 FIS TX ANG, Ellington AFB 2/2/70-6/28/71
					To MASDC as FJ228 Jun 28, 1971
				4050 to MASDC as FJ209 May 19, 1971
55-4051/4056		Convair TF-102A-36-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				4051 to MASDC Nov 26, 1969.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				4052 w/o Jun 27, 1967 at Perrin AFB, Texas in ground fire.
				4053 328 FIS
					43 ADW
					111 FIS TX ANG, Ellington AFB 11/9/60-7/24/68
					Sold to Turkey.  W/o Jul 10, 1978, Murted.  Crew OK
				4054 w/o Aug 14, 1967 at Thule AB, Greenland
				4055 to MASDC as FJ002 Nov 10, 1969
55-4057/4059		Convair TF-102A-37-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				4057 4756 ADW
					15 FIS
					111 FIS TX ANG, Ellington AFB 8/24/60-6/39/71
					This is the first F-102 that was assigned to the 111th
					To MASDC as FJ238 Oct 8, 1971
				4058 to MASDC as FJ009 Nov 14, 1969
				4059 crashed Jun 6, 1967 at Ramstein AB, Germany.  Both crewmembers
					ejected safely.
55-4060			Hiller H-23C-UH Raven
				MSN 749.  Redesignated OH-23C in 1962.
55-4061/4062		Hiller H-23D-UH Raven
				MSN 750/751.  Redesignated OH-23D in 1962.
55-4063/4131		Hiller H-23C-UH Raven
				Redesignated OH-23C in 1962.
				4063/4066 MSN 753/756
				4067 (MSN 758) to N8522
				4068 (MSN 759) to N8049E
				4069 (MSN 760) to N9770
				4070 (MSN 761) to N57960
				4071 (MSN 763) to N57PD
				4072 (MSN 764) to N82SD
				4073 (MSN 765) to N37667
				4074 (MSN 766)
				4075 (MSN 767)
				4076/4080 MSN 771/775
				4081 (MSN 779) to N61779
				4082 (MSN 780) to N54592
				4083 (MSN 781) to MASDC as XG150 Jan 31, 1972
				4084 (MSN 782) to to MASDC as XG073 Nov 13, 1971.  To N57928.   To N103JA on November 21, 1997 with Joann 
					Air Inc of Sarasota, Florida and still current 
				4085 (MSN 783) to MASDC as XG074 Nov 12, 1971
				4086 (MSN 787) to MASDC as XG184 Mar 10 1972.  To N17MQ
				4087 (MSN 788)
				4088 (MSN 789) to N2862D
				4089 (MSN 790)
				4090 (MSN 791) to N88802
				4091 (MSN 792)
				4092 (MSN 793)
				4093 (MSN 796) to N80591
				4094 (MSN 797) 
				4095 (MSN 798) to N10728
				4096 (MSN 799) to N3170.  To Armstrong Aviation Group Llc, Winter Park, Florida as N252LG on March 6, 2017. 
					As N252LG registered on May 25, 2021 to Alaska Army Aviation Museum, Big Lake, Alaska
				4097 (MSN 800) to N26PC
				4098 (MSN 801)
				4099 (MSN 802) to N222TE
				4100 (MSN 803) to N10197
				4101 (MSN 805) to N200KT.  To N234SM with Dragonfly Helicopters Llc, Titusville, Florida on June 21, 2005. 
				4102 (MSN 806)
				4103 (MSN 807)
				4104 (MSN 808)
				4105 (MSN 809)
				4106 (MSN 810) to N90724
				4107 (MSN 811)
				4108 (MSN 812)
				4109 (MSN 814) on display at Hubschraubermuseu, Buckeburg, Germany
				4110 (MSN 815) to N2049
				4111 (MSN 816)
				4112 (MSN 817) to N57FD.  Registered as C-GHIL with Stéphane
					Lavallé, Sorel-Tracy, Quebec from February 6, 2015
					to November 8, 2017. To Fort Wolters Helicopter Inc,
					Mineral Wells, Texas on June 8, 2018 as N7FD.
				4113 (MSN 818) to N6521
				4114 (MSN 819) to N94738 and exported as HR-311
				4115 (MSN 820)
				4116 (MSN 821). To N83906.  Became N133TA, reported as sold to a Canadian 
					owner December 2003.  Is described as a UH-12C, which is 
					the manufacturer's designation - this can also explain the apparent 
					type discrepancy listed against 55-4129
				4117 (MSN 823)
				4118 (MSN 824)
				4119 (MSN 825)
				4120 (MSN 826)
				4121 (MSN 827) to N90527
				4122 (MSN 828) to MASDC as XG042 Oct 8, 1971.
				4123 (MSN 829) to MASDC as CG183 Mar 10, 1972.  To N67663
				4124 (MSN 830) on display at 45th Infantry Division Museum, Oklahoma City, OK.
				4125 (MSN 832) to MASDC as XG187 Mar 10, 1972.  To N92672
				4126 (MSN 833) to MASDC as XG094 Nov 30, 1971
				4127 (MSN 834) to to MASDC as XG185 Mar 10, 1972.  To C-GJCH
				4128 (MSN 835)
				4129 (MSN 836). A minor mystery! This became N96168, which registration 
					was cancelled as 'written off at Fort Revie, FL Sep 11, 1990 and scrapped'; 
					however, this aircraft was registered Jan 11, 2002 to Aero Club of Thessaloniki, 
					Greece as SX-HMJ! To add to the confusion, whilst the Greek authorities show 
					the MSN correctly (836), they show the type as 'UH-12E'  4129 may actually have gone
					to MASDC as XG182 Mar 10, 1972, and then to civil registry as N96168.
				4130 (MSN 837)
				4131 (MSN 838)
55-4132/4221		Vertol H-21C-PH Shawnee
				MSN C 87/C 176).  For US Army.  Redesignated CH-21C in 1962.
				4132 118th Assault Helocopter Company (1963)
				4140 (MSN C 95) at American Helicopter Museum, West Chester, PA.  Also reported at Intrepid Sea-Air-
					Space Museum, NY. Was at American Helicopter Museum since at least 2001.
				4141 (MSN C 96) 33rd Transportation Company, Fort Ord, Monterey,  CA. Deployed to Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 
					Sep62 aboard USS Croatan (CVE-25).
				4154 (MSN C 109) 33rd Transportation Company, Fort Ord, Monterey,  CA. Deployed to Bien Hoa, 
					South Vietnam Sep62 aboard USS Croatan (CVE-25).
					Reported Jan 2008 at Ozark Military Museum, Fayetteville RAP/Drake Field, AR
				4195 (MSN C 150) to civil registry as N2518
				4212 (MSN C 167) 33rd Transportation Company, Fort Ord, Monterey,  CA. Deployed to Bien Hoa, 
					South Vietnam Sep62 aboard USS Croatan (CVE-25)
					118th Assault Helicopter Company (1962-63) lost 30 mi SW of Saigon, South Vietnam Aug 30, 1963.  
					2 KIA.  
				4213 (MSN C 168) 
				4214 (MSN C 169) 
				4215 (MSN C 170) 
				4216 (MSN C 171) delivered Feb 3, 1957 by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French ALAT in France as 8.000.217 .
					In service with French Aeronavale May 24, 1960 with serial 31 F-5 ALAT and
					radio callsign F-MARV.  After used at GH1 in France went to Algeria.  
					W/o at Djebel Anechar Dec 26, 1961.  Did this actually go to France?
				4217 (MSN C 172) 
				4218 (MSN C 173) to MASDC as XH056.  Now at Wings Over The Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, CO, marked as
					53-4379.  In 2010 was being cleaned up for display at Evergreen Air And Space Museum, McMinnville, Oregon
				4220 (MSN C 175)  delivered Feb 04, 1957 by Aicraft Carrier DIXMUDE to
					French ALAT in France as 8.000.217 and became FR25. After used at GH1 in
					France, go to Algeria.  Lost in Vietnam Jan 11, 1963.  7 KIA.
				4221 (MSN C 176) Reported dumped in Everts Scrapyard, Fairbanks, AK.  Stored near Fairbanks airport.
					Noted at Everts Scrapyard Jul 15, 1999.
55-4222/4223		North American XSM-64 Navaho
55-4224/4233		Cancelled contract
55-4234/4301		Martin B-57E-MA
				MSN 336/403.  Most converted to EB-57E in 1960s.
				4235 to MASDC Apr 30, 1970 as BM034
				4236 lost in Armed Forces Day accident at Elmendorf AFB May 19, 1962.
				4237 to *Patricia Lynn* RB-57E in 1964. To MASDC as BM070 Jun 28, 1972.
				4238 converted to combat configuration in 1965, later to EB-57E.
					To AMARC as BM0142 Apr 9, 1998.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				4239 converted to RB-57E.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				4240 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC Jul 26, 1979.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				4241 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC Jul 30, 1979 
				4242 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC Jul 25, 1979.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				4243 to Patricia Lynn RB-57E in 1963.  Converted to TB-57E.  Lost in combat with 6250th Combat Support Group,
					Detachment 1, when hit by ground fire Aug 5, 1965 and caught fire while on return to base.   
					Both crew ejected safely.
				4244 Sep 21, 1956:  Taken on strength and assigned to the Air Force Test Center (Air Proving Ground Command) 
					at Eglin AFB, FL.  There it was converted to JB-57 for temporary testing.  
					Dec 1957:   Assigned to the Air Proving Ground Center (Air Research and Development Command) 
						at Eglin, with deployments to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH and Kirtland AFB, NM. 
					1967:   Converted back to B-57E standard. 
					Nov 1968:   Assigned to the Armament Development and Test Center (A. F. Systems Command) at Eglin. 
					Dec 1969:   Ferried to Offutt AFB, NE, for display at the SAC Museum, and struck from USAF charge.
					1997:   Moved to the new SAC museum facility in Ashland, NE.
				4245 to Patricia Lynn RB-57E in 1963.  Later converted to WB-57E.
					To MASDC as BM069 Jun 15, 1972.
				4247 converted to EB-57E.  w/o 6/13/69 in midair collision with F-102.
				4248 converted to combat configuration in 1965.  To MASDC as BM044 Nov 13, 1970.
				4249 to Patricia Lynn RB-57E in 1964.  To MASDC as BM068 May 11, 1972.
				4250 to MASDC 1972.
				4251 converted to combat configuration in 1965.  To MASDC 1971.
				4252 w/o May 27, 1966
				4253 converted to EB-57E, to MASDC Jul 25, 1979.  Now on display at Castle Air Museum, California.
				4254 converted to EB-57E.  w/o 7/16/79 Salt Lake City, UT on way to MASDC..
				4255 w/o Apr 27, 1966
				4256 crashed while landing at Whitehorse, Yukon Territories, Canada Jul 25, 1967.  Two crew killed.
				4257 converted to NB-57E for test work.  To Patricia Lynn RB-57E 1968, equipped with terrain-following radar.  
					To MASDC 1979.
				4258 converted to NB-57E for test work.  To MASDC as BM052 Oct 15, 1971 
				4259 converted to combat configuration in 1965, later to EB-57E and later
					to RB-57E.  To MASDC 1979.
				4260 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC 1979.
				4261 w/o Yuma 6/3/57.
				4262 to Edwards Test Pilot School as NB-57E.  To MASDC as BM053 Oct 23, 1971.
				4263 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC Jul 23, 1979
				4264 to Patricia Lynn RB-57E in 1965.  Lost in combat with 460th TRW, Detachment 1 
					Oct 25, 1968 after being hit by ground fire 3 mi SW of Truc Giang, South Vietnam.  Both crew ejected safely
					and were rescued.
				4265 converted to combat configuration in 1965.  To MASDC May 19, 1972.  Must have been 
					returned to service, since to MASDC as BM118 Jul 19, 1979.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000
				4266 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC Jul 23, 1979.
				4267 converted to NB-57E for test work.  Crashed 13 mi NNE of Boron, CA (Edwards
					AFB) Jun 23, 1971, killing both pilots
				4268 converted to combat configuration in 1965.
					With 13th TBS, 405th FW, shot down by AAA 8 mi SW of B ang Som Prng in Ban Karai Pass
					in Kammouane Province, Laos Jun 13, 1966.  Both crew KIA.
				4269 converted to combat configuration in 1965.  W/o 10/14/71
				4270 converted to combat configuration in 1965.  To MASDC 1976.
				4271 w/o 1/20/58
				4272 w/o 1/20/58 near Tehachapi, CA after midair collision with F-100C.
					Both pilots killed.
				4273 w/o Aug 23, 1963 Duluth A/p, MN
				4274 converted to combat configuration in 1965.  to MASDC as BM112 Mar 23, 1976.
					Now at Pima Air Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				4275 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC 1976.
				4276 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC Jul 17, 1979
				4277 w/o 3/2/60 near Johnson AFB, Japan.
				4278 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC Jul 20, 1979.  Seen in scrapyard at AMARC 8/28/2000.
					Nose section put on display at Cannes Mandelieu airport in France and used as
					advertisement for Vente Location.  Nose now at the restaurante Le Cockpit, Flers.
				4279 converted to EB-57E.  Now at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado.
				4280 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC Jul 17, 1979
				4281 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC Jul 24, 1979
				4282 converted to combat configuration in 1965.  To MASDC as BM041 Oct 9, 1970.
				4283 w/o 1/18/57, Biggs AFB.
				4284 converted to combat configuration in 1965.
					Lost in combat with 35th TFW, 8th TBS Dec 13, 1968 in midair collision with C-123 54-0600 
					over southern Laos.  Remains of crew located 2007-2012.  One crewman rescued from C-123 crash, the
					other man still MIA.
				4285 converted to combat configuration in 1965.
					To MASDC as BM113 Jul 16, 1979.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				4286 w/o 2/7/69, Manitoba.
				4287 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC
				4288 converted to EB-57E.  w/o Dec 18, 1974.
				4289 to MASDC 1972.  I have a report that this plane crashed on final to
					Holloman in 1972.  Both crew killed.
				4290 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC Jul 18, 1979
				4291 w/o May 17, 1971
				4292 converted to EB-57E, then to RB-57E.  To MASDC Jul 19, 1979
				4293 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC Jul 20, 1979.  Now on display at Wings Over The Rockies
					Aviation and Space Museum, Colorado.
				4294 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC 1976.
				4295 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC Jul 24, 1979.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				4296 converted to EB-57E.  w/o May 3, 1963 Yellowstone, WY.   3 crew killed.
				4297 w/o May 21, 1962 near Westpoint, NY
				4298 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC Jul 26, 1979.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				4299 w/o Jan 12, 1965 in crash on approach to Stewart AFB, NY
				4300 converted to EB-57E.  To MASDC Jul 27, 1979.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000. 
55-4302/4321		Cessna T-37A-CE 
				MSN 40016/40035.  Most converted to T-37B
				4302 (MSN 40016) to South Vietnam AF
				4303 (MSN 40017) converted to A-37A and reserialed 67-14503
				4304 (MSN 40018) w/o Jan 8, 1957.
				4305 (MSN 40019) converted to A-37A and reserialled 67-14504
				4306 (MSN 40020) converted to A-37A and reserialled 67-14505
				4307 (MSN 40021) w/o Oct 12, 1959
				4308 (MSN 40022) converted to A-37A and reserialled 67-14506
				4309 (MSN 40023) converted to A-37A and reserialled 67-14507
				4310 (MSN 40024) converted to A-37A and reserialled 67-14508
				4311 (MSN 40025) converted to A-37A and reserialled 67-14509
				4312 (MSN 40026) converted to A-37A and reserialled 67-14510
				4313 (MSN 40027) converted to A-37A and reserialled 67-14511
				4314 (MSN 40028) converted to A-37A and reserialled 67-14512
				4315 (MSN 40029) converted to A-37A and reserialled 67-14513
				4316 (MSN 40030) converted to A-37A and reserialled 67-14514
				4317 (MSN 40031) w/o Jul 19, 1961
				4318 (MSN 40032) converted to A-37A and reserialled 67-14515
				4319 (MSN 40033) converted to A-37A and reserialled 67-14516
				4320 (MSN 40034) converted to A-37A and reserialled 67-14517
				4321 (MSN 40035) w/o Jul 25, 1960
55-4322/4331		Cancelled contract
55-4332/4424		Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
				MSN 580-9776/9868
				4332 to MASDC as TC773 Nov 30, 1966
				4334 w/o 12 Jul 1956  Location ?
				4335 to MASDC Dec 13, 1974.  To civil registry as N9979Q
				4336 to MASDC as TC910 Nov 24, 1969.
				4337 to MASDC as TC774 Nov 30, 1966
				4338 w/o 24 Aug 1960  Tyndall AFB, FL
				4339 w/o 14 May 1959 near Reese AFB, TX
				4340 to MASDC as TC894 Nov 14, 1969
				4341 to Republic of China AF as 3308
				4342 w/o 5 May 1959 Birmingham A/p, AL
				4344 w/o 24 Dec 1958 near Napa, CA
				4346 to MASDC May 18, 1977, back to service.  To AMARC as TC1339 Nov 23, 1987.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				4347 to MASDC May 1, 1975
				4350 to MASDC as TC747 Nov 15, 1966
				4351 (MSN 580-9795) assigned to NASA Flight Research Center.
					Noted May 2009 on display at Gowen Field ANG Base, Boise, Idaho
				4352 to MASDC as TC915 Dec 1, 1969
				4354 to MASDC Oct 4, 1973
				4355 w/o 1 Aug 1957 near Kirtland AFB, NM
				4358 to MASDC as TC924 Dec 12, 1969
				4359 to MASDC as TC742 Nov 6, 1966
				4360 to MASDC as TC737 Nov 15, 1966
				4362 (26th TRW) SOC at Ramstein, West Germany Nov 23, 1968 on transfer under MAP to Portuguese 
					AF as 1918.  SOC.  Stored Cemetery Hangar Beja Apr 2000
				4363 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 on transfer under MAP
				4364 to MASDC as TC779 Dec 10, 1966
				4365 to MASDC as TC786 Dec 9, 1966
				4367 to MASDC as Dec 10, 1966
				4368 w/o 11 Jun 1958 Ponca City, OK
				4369 to MASDC as TC750 Nov 5, 1966
				4370 to MASDC as TC746 Nov 5, 1966
				4371 to MASDC as TC743 Nov 5, 1966
				4374 to MASDC as TC741 Nov 5, 1966
				4375 to MASDC as TC751 Nov 5, 1966
				4376 w/o 8 Feb 1957 near Reese AFB, TX
				4377 w/o 20 Jan 1960 near Ellington AFB, TX
				4378 w/o 25 Oct 1957 Stewart AFB, NY.  Seen at New Mexico Tech facility in desert near Socorro, NM
				4380 to MASDC May 1, 1966.  to US Navy as QT-33A 156163. .  
				4381 to MASDC Apr 8, 1975
				4382 to MASDC Oct 10, 1973
				4383 w/o 25 Sep 1962 near Williams AFB, AZ
				4384 to MASDC Apr 15, 1975
				4385 to MASDC Nov 5, 1966.  to US Navy as QT-33A 156164.  
				4386 to AMARC as TC1327 Mar 27, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				4387 to MASDC Aug 20, 1973
				4388 to MASDC as TC984 Oct 31, 1970
				4389 to MASDC as TC783 Dec 10, 1966
				4390 to MASDC Apr 8, 1975
				4391 (MSN 580-9835) to civil registry as N1058.
				4392 to MASDC as TC923 Dec 12, 1969
				4393 to MASDC as TC988 Dec 28, 1970
				4394 w/o 20 Oct 1966 Craig AFB, AL
				4395 w/o 29 Mar 1958 Charlotte-Douglas A/p, NC
				4396 w/o 11 Nov 1957 in mid-air with 51-6798  nr Craig AFB, AL
				4397 to MASDC Aug 20, 1973
				4398 to MASDC as TC966 Jun 19, 1970
				4399 to civil registry as N87912
				4400 to MASDC as TC909 Nov 23, 1969
				4401 to MASDC as TC889 Nov 13, 1969
				4402 crashed Nov 1, 1962 in Catskill mountains of New York on
					southern ridge of Van Wyck mountain.
					Both crew killed.  The wreck is still there.
				4406 w/o 11 Jul 1961  Kadena AFB, Okinawa
				4411 w/o 15 Nov 1956  Location ?
				4412 to MASDC as TC789 Dec 12, 1966.
				4413 w/o Nov 19, 1963
				4414 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 on transfer under MAP.  To Saudi
					Arabian AF as 1505
				4415 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 on transfer under MAP.  To Saudi
					Arabian AF as 1512
				4416 (7425th ABG) Damaged at Evreux AB, France by Feb 4, 1957,
					SOC at Chateauroux AB Nov 7, 1957 for spares recovery.
				4417 (49th TFW) SOC Jul 14, 1965 for spares recovery
				4418 (7101st ABW) crashed Dec 28, 1959  near Wiesbaden AFB, West Germany
				4419 (66th TRW) SOC May 15, 1967 on transfer under MAP.  To Saudi
					Arabian AF as 1502
				4422 w/o 24 Nov 1959 Hickam AFB, HI
55-4425/4456		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9869/9900
				4425 to West German AF as AB-783.  W/o Apr 17, 1958
				4426 to West German AF as AB-784.  W/o Dec 23, 1957 when crashed during approach near Aviano AFB, Italy.  
					2 onboard killed.
				4427 to West German AF as AB-785.  W/o Oct 28, 1957 near Starnberger See
				4428 to West German AF as AB-786, 94+77.  Scrapped 1972
				4429 to West German AF as AB-787, BD-788.  W/o Sep 22, 1966
				4430 to French AF.  W/o 9 Dec 1958 near Kehl
				4431 to French AF.  W/o 1 Mar 1959 Algeria
				4432 to French AF, later to Turkish AF
				4433 to French AF.  Returned and stored at RAF Sculthorpe.  Arrived at Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum, 
					Flixton, UK 21st July 1978 on loan from National Museum of the USAF. Reported March 2020 painted 
					in 20th FBG colours.
				4435 to West German AF as AB-788, BD-788.  W/o Sep 22, 1966 Bavaria
				4436 to West German AF as AB-789, BD-789, 94+79.  Scrapped in 1972
				4437 to West German AF as AB-734, BD-734, 94+80.  Scrapped in 1972.
				4438 to French AF, later to Turkish AF
				4439 (MSN 580-9883)  to Armée de l'Air / French AF.  Longvic, France. 7e Escadre de Chasse, Base Aérienne 113 
					Saint-Dizier-Robinson, France. Code WI. Base Aérienne 106 Bordeaux – Mérignac, France. SOC.			
					Returned to US Government and flown to RAF Sculthorpe, Norfolk, England for storage Jan78. SOC. 
					Dismantled and transported for display at North East Aviation Museum, Sunderland, England 5Jun79. 
					Renamed as the North East Land, Sea and Air Museum. Loaned to South Wales Aviation Muaseum, St Athan, Cardiff, Wales 22Jan 2020
				4441 (MSN 580-9885) to Uruguay as FAU-201.  Preserved at Gen Cesareo L Berisso Air Base, Carrasco
				4442 (MSN 580-9886) To Uruguay FAU-202.  Preserved at gate-guardian at 2n Lt Mario W. Parallada AB, Durazno.
				4443 (MSN 580-9887) to Uruguay FAU-203 and currently displayed at Museo Aeronautica, Montevideo.
				4444 (MSN 580-9888) to Uruguay FAU-204.  W/o Oct 6, 1971.
				4445 (MSN 580-9889) to Peruvian AF in 1956 as FAP-455.  Preserved at "Parque del Aire", Lima) 
				4446 (MSN 580-9890) to Peruvian AF in 1956 
				4447 (MSN 580-9891) to Peruvian AF in 1956 
				4448 (MSN 580-9892) to Peruvian AF in 1956.  To Fuerza Aerea de Chile as J-314 and on display at Museo Aeronautico y del Espacio, Los Cerrillos,
					Santiago de Chile.
55-4457/4458		Cancelled contract
55-4459/4461		Bell XH-40-BF
				MSN 1/3.  Redesignated XH-40A Sep 18, 1962.
				4459 on display at US Army Museum at Ft. Rucker, AL
55-4462/4504		Sikorsky H-34A-SI Choctaw
				Redesignated CH-34A in 1962.  Some sold to Nicaragua.
				4462 (MSN 58416) to MASDC as XJ150 Aug 26, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4463 (MSN 58417)
				4464 (MSN 58418)
				4465 (MSN 58423) to MASDC as XJ009 Dec 29, 1971.
				4466 (MSN 58424)
				4467 (MSN 58425) to MASDC as XJ068 Apr 7, 1972.
				4468 (MSN 58426)
				4469 (MSN 58427) to Vietnam AF, then to Indonesian AF.
				4470 (MSN 58428) to MASDC as XJ172 Feb 26, 1973.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4471 (MSN 58429)
				4472 (MSN 58430) to Vietnam AF.
				4473 (MSN 58431) to MASDC as XJ071 Apr 12, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4474 (MSN 58433) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Jun 10, 1969 South Vietnam
				4475 (MSN 58434)
				4476 (MSN 58436) to MASDC as XJ104 Feb 6, 1972.
				4477 (MSN 58438) to MASDC as XJ181 Jun 25, 1973.  
				4478 (MSN 58439) convertd to CH-34C.  To civil registry as N62251.  (N62251) noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4479 (MSN 58440) to MASDC as XJ107 Jun 27, 1972. noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4480 (MSN 58441) 
				4481 (MSN 58442) to MASDC as XJ001 Nov 10, 1971.
				4482 (MSN 58443) to MASDC as XJ050 Mar 22, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4483 (MSN 58446) to MASDC as 3H529.  To World Aircraft Museum, CA. Serial number may not be accurate.
				4484 (MSN 58448) crashed Aug 1973.
				4485 (MSN 58463) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Oct 9, 1971.
				4486 (MSN 58471) to MASDC as XJ017.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4487 (MSN 58472) to MASDC as XJ133 Aug 31, 1972.  To civil registry as N87HH.
				4488 (MSN 58480) to MASDC as 3H260 Feb 24, 1972.  To Nicaraguan AF as FAN527
				4489 (MSN 58495) converted to CH-34C.  To Nicaraguan AF as 516.
					To MASDC as XJ134 Sep 25, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4490 (MSN 58497) to civil registry as N73538
				4491 (MSN 58498) to MASDC as XJ045 Mar 15, 1972.
				4492 (MSN 58499)
				4493 (MSN 58505) to MASDC as XJ013 Jan 18, 1972.
				4494 (MSN 58506) to MASDC as XJ182 Jun 25, 1973.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4495 (MSN 58508)
				4496 (MSN 58509) to Air and Missile Museum, Florence, SC.  Now on display at Charlotte, NC in Carolinas
					Aviation Museum
				4497 (MSN 58531) to civil registry as N97AA then N97AR.  cancelled and scrapped in 2000.
				4498 (MSN 58540) crashed Aug 1972.  Now on civil registry as N68CH with Chicago Helicopter
					Industries.
				4499 (MSN 58547) crashed Apr 1970.
				4500 (MSN 58548) to MASDC as XJ159 Jan 12, 1973.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				4501 (MSN 58560) to MASDC as XJ155 Dec 13, 1972.
				4502 (MSN 58568) 
				4503 (MSN 58574)
				4504 (MSN 58575) Converted to CH-34C.  To MASDC as 3H261. To Nicaraguan AF as FAN525.
55-4505/4524		Fairchild C-123B-12-FA Provider
				MSN 20166/20185
				4505 (MSN 20166) to Coast Guard as C-123B 4505 3/8/1960.  Returned to USAF 3/1972.
					Converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP029 3/10/1972.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona.
				4506 (MSN 20167) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF and later to Philippines AF.
				4507 (MSN 20168) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP063 10/29/1981.  
					On display at Travis Air Force Heritage Center and Air Park, California.  Now in storage.
				4508 (MSN 20169) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF and later to Philippine AF.
				4509 (MSN 20170) converted to C-123K.  To Vietnam AF, then to Republic of Korea AF.  WFU in 1998.  On display at Jeju Aerospace 
					Museum, South Korea.
				4510 (MSN 20171) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF, then to ROKAF
				4511 (MSN 20172) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF, later to Republic of Korea.
				4512 (MSN 20173) converted to C-123K. Named "Hog Hauler".  To MASDC as CP051 in 1980.  Now on
					display at Castle Air Museum, California, confirmed there May 22, 2003.
				4513 (MSN 20174) crashed Sep 28, 1963 in Thailand while on airlift support mission with 311 TCS/315TCG.
				4514 (MSN 20175) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF
				4515 (MSN 20176) converted to C-123K.
				4516 (MSN 20177) w/o 5/12/1965 in short landing at Hon Quan, Vietnam with 310th ACS.
				4517 (MSN 20178) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP052 Jun 2, 1981.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Scrapped Dec 18, 2013
				4518 (MSN 20179) converted to C-123K.  Crashed Jan 25, 1968 on approach
					to Duke Field.  All 3 onboard killed.
				4519 (MSN 20180) in midair collision with A-1E 52-133989 Jan 13, 1966 at night over An Khe, SVN
					while acting as flareship for the A-1E while attacking VC positions.  All 6 on board killed.  Pilot of A-1E
					also killed.
				4520 (MSN 20181) converted to C-123K, then to UC-123K. Was ex "Ranch Hand".  To MASDC
					Jul 1, 1970.  Returned to service.  To MASDC as CP065 Nov 17, 1981.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Scrapped Apr 5, 2010.
				4521 (MSN 20182) crashed near Payette, Idaho Oct 9, 1958.  19 killed.
				4522 (MSN 20183) to Project Duck Hook in Vietnam.  Crashed into
					Monkey Mountain 10 km after takeoff from Da Nang Dec 22, 1964
				4523 converted to C-123K.  To VNAF, then to ROKAF
				4524 (MSN 20185) converted to C-123K.  To Air America as 524 Jul 1, 1970.  Crashed at Ban Hong Sa, Laos Mar 7, 1973. 4 crew MIA
55-4525/4539		Fairchild C-123B-13-FA Provider
				MSN 20186/20200.  Dispositions to MASDC from AMARCexperience.com
				4525 (MSN 20186) to Air America as 525 Jun 30, 1964.  converted to C-123K.  Returned to USAF Nov 1, 1964.  To VNAF in 1901
					and later to Philippine AF as 4525.  WFU Dec 1980, Preserved at Zamboanga
				4527 (MSN 20188) converted to C-123K.  Crashed on ferry flight on approach to runway at Cam Ran Bay, SVN Aug 10, 1970 while
					with 315TAW.  3 of 4 onboard killed.  
				4528 (MSN 20189) converted to C-123K.  May have been supplied to CIA for operations from Taiwan over Chinese mainland.
				4529 (MSN 20190) to Coast Guard as HC-123B 4529 8/9/1963.  Returned to USAF
					5/19/1972.  To MASDC as CP032 5/29/1972.  To DMI Aviation.
					Also reported w/o Jan 4, 1966 at Port Angeles, WA.
				4530 (MSN 20191) to Air America Jun 30, 1964.  Returned to USAF Aug 31, 1964.  Crashed while landing at Da Nang, SVN Nov 21, 1965 
					while with 315ACG.
				4531 (MSN 20192) converted to C-123K.  To Air America as ST-3 Dec 6, 1972.  To El Salvador AF as FAES-121.  Crashed in El Salvador
					Aug 27, 1992.  12 killed, 2 survived.  Also listed as being W/o May 13, 1974 at Tay Ninh, Vietnam
				4532 (MSN 20193) to C-123K, then to UC-123K. Was ex "Ranch Hand".  To MASDC May 15, 1970.  Returned
					to service.  To MASDC as CP047 Jun 29, 1980.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Scrapped Apr 8, 2010.
				4533 (MSN 20194) 1/57: TOS USAF. Assigned to 345th Troop Carrier Squadron (TAC), Sewart AFB, TN. 
					4/58: 513th Troop Carrier Wing (TAC), Sewart AFB, TN. 
					8/58: 346th Troop Carrier Squadron (TAC), Pope AFB, NC. 
					12/61: 464th Troop Carrier Wing (TAC), Pope AFB, NC. 
					3/62: 347th Troop Carrier Squadron (TAC), Pope AFB, NC. 
					4/62: 464th Troop Carrier Wing (TAC), Pope AFB, NC. 
					5/64: 1st Air Commando Wing (TAC), Eglin AFB, FL. 
					4/66:  375th Combat Support Group (Pacific Air Forces), Tan Son Nhut AB, Vietnam.
					4/66: 377th Combat Support Group (PACAF), Tan Son Nhut AB, Vietnam. 
					Flew Operation Ranch Hand missions while at Tan Son Nhut. 
					1967: Eglin AFB, FL for conversion to C-123K. 
					5/67: 315th Air Commando Wing (PACAF), Tan Son Nhut AB, Vietnam. 
					7/67: Deployed to Phan Rang AB, Vietnam. 
					9/68: Deployed to Bien Hoa AB, Vietnam. 
					9/69: 3rd Fighter Wing (PACAF), Bien Hoa AB. 
					10/69: 315th Special Operations Wing (PACAF), Phan Rang AB. 
					1/70: Unit designation changed to 311th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 315th Tactical Airlift Wing (PACAF)
					3/70: Deployed to Tan Son Nhut AB. 
					5/70: Deployed to Phan Rang AB. 
					11/70: Deployed to Da Nang AB, Vietnam. 
					8/71: Deployed to Phan Rang AB. 
					9/71: 313th Air Division (PACAF), Kadena AB, Japan. 
					10/71: Deployed to Phan Rang AB. 
					3/72: 906th Tactical Airlift Group (Air Force Reserve), Lockbourne AFB, OH. 
					6/75: 355th Tactical Airlift Squadron (AFRES), Lockbourne AFB, OH. 7/81: SOC. 
					By 10/81: Ferry flight to Hurlburt Field, FL. 
					10/11/81: Placed on display at Hurlburt, configured as aircraft to disperse Agent Orange, although it 
					never flew in that configuration.  Now on display at Hurlburt Field Memorial Air Park, Florida.
				4534 (MSN 20195) shot down by ground fire near Vinh Thanh May 17, 1966 while with 310ACS/315ACW.
				4535 (MSN 20196) converted to C-123K.  TO MASDC as CP068 as 8/30/1982.  Believe
					to have been scrapped.
				4536 (MSN 20197) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF and later to Philippine AF.
				4537 (MSN 20198) crashed Feb 3, 1966 10 m from Khe Sanh, SVN while on resupply flight with 311 ACS/315ACG.
					Probably shot down.
				4538 (MSN 20199) to Air America as 538 Oct 25, 1965.  Stalled and crashed on takeoff at Sayaboury, Laos Nov 18, 1965.
					All 61 onboard OK.
				4539 (MSN 20200) crashed on Vasquez Peak, CO Sep 11, 1960 while with 776TCS/464TCW.
55-4540/4564		Fairchild C-123B-14-FA Provider
				MSN 20201/20225.   Dispositions to MASDC from AMARCexperience.com
				4540 to Coast Guard as C-123B 4540 6/26/1958.  Returned to USAF 5/18/1967.  
					To MASDC as CP037 7/2/1975.  Departed Sep 17, 1981.  Exact fate uncertain.
				4541 to Coast Guard as C-123B 4541 Aug 26, 1958.  
				4542 to Air America as 542 May 31, 1964.  Returned to USAF Jul 7, 1964.  Converted to C-123K.  To VNAF in 1971 
					and later to Royal Thai AF as B.L4K/5-16 in 1973.  WFU 1981.
				4543 to Taiwan AF as 4010 Apr 10, 1963.  Returned to USAF Apr 30, 1967.  Converted to C-123K Jan 30, 1969.  
					To Taiwan AF as 0604 in 1972.  
					May have been supplied to CIA for operations from Taiwan over Chinese mainland.
				4544 converted to C-123K and later to UC-123K. Was ex "Ranch Hand".  To MASDC as CP056 Jul 17, 1981.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Scrapped Apr 5, 2010.
				4545 (MSN 20206) to Air America as 530 Mar 16, 1962, later N5005X and 545.  Returned to USAF Apr 28, 1967.  Converted to C-123K
					Oct 30, 1968.  To Laotian AF Jun 1973. 
				4546 converted to C-123K.  To Air America as 546.  To Royal Lao Air Force Jul 1973.
				4547 converted to C-123K, later to UC-123K.  Was ex "Ranch Hand".  To MASDC Jul 10, 1970.
					Returned to service.  To MASDC as CP093 Jun 17, 1986.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Scrapped Apr 6, 2010.
				4548 converted to C-123K.  To VNAF, later to Royal Thai AF.  Preserved
					in Don Maung AFB Collection.
				4549 (MSN 20210) with 309th TCS, 315th TCG, 13th AF hit by AAA and crashed near Phum Dak Dam, Cambodia 
					Oct 24, 1964 while with 315 TCG.  8 KIA.
				4550 (MSN 20211) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC Jul 14, 1970, departed Jun 8, 1971 and returned to service.
				4551 (MSN 20212) To Taiwan AF as 4020 Apr 10, 1963.  May have been supplied to CIA for operations from Taiwan over 
					Chinese mainland.  W/o May 10, 1963 in Taiwan.
				4552 (MSN 20213) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC in 1971, left by 1973.  Exact fate unknown
				4553 (MSN 20214) converted to C-123K.  MAP to South Vietnam AF Jul 8, 1971 as 54553.  To Cambodian AF 
					as 55-4553 Dec, 1973.  Later to Royal Thai AF as B.L,4K-18, code 54553 Nov 11, 1975.  SOC Mar 29, 1989.
				4554 (MSN 20215) converted to C-123K.  MAP to South Vietnam AF Sep 12, 1971 as 54554.  To Cambodian AF 
					as 55-4554 in 1973.  May have been captured by Khmer Rouge Apr 18, 1975
				4555 (MSN 20216) to Air Ameerica as 550 Mar 16, 1962, later N5007X and 555, returned to USAF Apr 28, 1967.
					Converted to C-123K Apr 26, 1968.  Written off after
					crashing into a hill at Vang Vieng, Laos in bad weather Aug 27, 1972.  12 killed.
				4556 (MSN 20217) To Air America as 556 May 5, 1968.  converted to C-123K in 1969. To Laotian AF in 1973.  
				4558 (MSN 20219) converted to C-123J.  To FAA as N123 in 1957.  To Department of
					Transportation as N98 in 1972.  To Museum of Alaska Transportation
					and Industry as N3144W.  Registration N3144W cancelled May 13, 2015
				4559 (MSN 20220) to Royal Saudi AF Feb 6, 1957.  Returned to USAF in 1966 and converted to C-123K.  
					MAP to South Vietnam AF Jul 8 1971 as 54559.  Bailed to Cambodian AF as 55-4559 in Oct 1973.  
					Returned to USAF Dec 1973.
				4560 (MSN 20221) to Royal Saudi AF.  Not returned to USAF.
				4561 (MSN 20222) to Royal Saudi AF.  Returned to USAF and modified as C-123K.
					To VNAF, then to ROKAF.
				4562 (MSN 20223) converted to C-123K.  Undershot landing at Gia Nghia, SVN Dec 17, 1969 while with 
					310SOS/315SOW.  Broke up and was destroyed by fire.  1 of 5 onboard killed.
				4564 (MSN 20225) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF, later to Republic of Korea AF.  Now on display at
					Korean Aerospace Industry Aerospace Museum, Sacheon AFB.
55-4565/4569		Fairchild C-123B-15-FA Provider
				MSN 20226/20230. Dispositions to MASDC from AMARCexperience.com
				4565 (MSN 20226) converted to C-123K.  MAP to South Vietnam AF Apr 28, 1971 as 45465.  May have gone to Royal
					Thai AF in 1972 as code 40565.  To Cambodian AF as 55-4565 Jun 1974.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.
					To Royal Thai AF as B.L.4K-11/18, code 54565 Oct 17, 1975.  SOC Oct 2, 1990.  Presented to Jomtien by 2003.
				4566 (MSN 20227) converted to C-123K.  MAP to South Vietnam AF Jul 8, 1971 as 54566.  To Cambodian AF as 55-4566
					Sep 1973.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Royal Thai AF as B.L.4K-12/18, code 54566.  SOC May 19, 1983.
				4567 (MSN 20228) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP055 Jul 17, 1981.  On display at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas
				4568 converted to C-123K.  To Air America as 568 Sep 1968.  Returned to USAF Jun 1969.  To Thai AF as 40568 Sep 16, 1971.
				4569 to Royal Saudi AF.  Returned to USAF and modified as C-123K.
					To VNAF, later to Royal Thai AF.
55-4570/4577		Fairchild C-123B-16-FA Provider
				MSN 20231/20238.  Dispositions to MASDC from AMARCexperience.com
				4570 (MSN 20231) to Royal Saudi AF.  Returned to USAF and modified as C-123K.  Was ex "Ranch Hand".  To MASDC
					Jul 16, 1970.  Returned to service.  MA) to Khmer AF as 55-450.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.
					To Royal Thai AF L4K-13/18 code 54570 Sep 9, 1975.  SOC MAr 29, 1989.  Preserved at 
					Chiang Mai, Thailand Mar 2008.
				4571 (MSN 20232) to Royal Saudi AF.  Returned to USAF and modified to C-123K
					and later to UC-123K.  Was ex "Ranch Hand".  To MASDC as CP092 Jun 11, 1986.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Scrapped Apr 7, 2010.
				4572 (MSN 20233) 346th TCS leased to Air America Jun 1962 as 520, later N5004X.
					Crashed 3.5 mi SW of Xieng Khouang (L-22) airport, Laos Nov 17, 1962
					while enroute Vientaine to Xieng Khouang when hit by heavy ground
					fire.  Pilot and copilot killed, freight specialist survived.
				4573 (MSN 20234) with 347th TCS leased to Air America Mar 16, 1962 as "510"
					reregistered as N5003X.  Destroyed when crashed in an unsuccessful
					attempt to go aroung after reportedly sighting drums on the runway
					at Long Tieng (LS-20A), Laos Oct 3, 1965.
				4574 (MSN 20235) converted to C-123K.  Crashed into mountains in Khanh Hoa Province, SVN
					Nov 27, 1970.  All 79 onboard killed.
				4575 (MSN 20236) To Air America as 575 Jun 3, 1964.  Returned to USAF Nov 1, 1965.  Converted to C-123K.  Nosewheel collapsed 
					while anding in SE Asia Apr 15, 1967 while with 311 ACS/315 ACW.  To Thai AF as 575
				4576 (MSN 20237) to Air America as 540 Mar 16, 1962, later N5006X and 576.  Returned to USAF 1968, converted to C-123K.  
					To Laotian AF Dec 1, 1973, later to Royal Thai AF as B.L4K/20-19.
				4577 (MSN 20238) converted to C-123K, later to UC-123K. Was ex "Ranch Hand". To MASDC Jul 1, 1970.
					Put back in service.  To MASDC as CP049 Jul 14, 1980. 
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Scrapped Apr 6, 2010.
55-4578/4581		Piper L-21B-PI Super Cub
				MSN 18-5478/5481.  Model PA-18-125.   For Turkish Army Aviation under MDAP. 
				4578 	(MSN 18-5478) To Turkish Army as 55-4578 
				4579  (MSN 18-5479) To Turkish Army as 55-4579 
				4580 (MSN 18-5480) To Turkish Army as 55-4580 
				4581 (MSN 18-5481) to Turkish Army as 55-4581, Donated to the Turkish Aeronautical Association / Türk Hava Kurumu (THK) 8Jan79 as TC-ECK
55-4582/4612		de Havilland of Canada L-20A-DH Beaver
				Redesignated U-6A in 1962 
				4582 (MSN 959/1620) delivered Jul 1956.  MAP transfer Dec 1956 to Royal Netherlands AF as S-6.  Assigned to 334
					Squadron.  SOC Sep 1, 1974.  To Anthony Fokker School Den Haag Sep 18 1975.  At Deenlen AFB by Jun 1978.
					To Militaire Luchtvaart Museum at Soesterberg.  In depot storage (crate) in National Military Museum (NMM),
					Soesterberg, Netherlands.
				4583 (MSN 960/1621) delivered Jul 1956.  MAP transfer Dec 1956 to Royal Netherlands AF as S-7.  Assigned
					to 334 Squadron.  SOC Sep 1, 1974.  MAP transfer in 1975 to Paraguayan AF as 0223.
					Fate unknown
				4584 (MSN 962/1622) delivered Jul 1956.  MAP transfer Dec 1956 to Royal Netherlands AF as S-8.  Assigned to 334
					Squadron.  SOC Sep 1, 1974.  MAP transfer to Paraguayan AF  in 1975 as 0225, later 0205.  To C-FTCT in 1998   
				4585 (MSN 965/1623) delivered Aug 1956.  MAP transfer Dec 1956 to Royal Netherlands AF as S-9.  Assigned to 334
					Squadron.  SOC Sep 9, 1974.  Became G-BUVF Mar 5, 1993, then PH-DHC.  Current with Royal Netherlands 
					Air Force Historic Flight
				4586 (MSN 966/1624) MAP transfer to Philippine AF as 966.  To Philippine civil registry as RP-C739.  WFU by 1989
				4587 (MSN 967/1625)
				4588 (MSN 968/1626) to N64392 registered Apr 11, 1975.  Crashed Sep 12, 1975 near Kijik, Alaska.  Registration
					cancelled May 19, 2005.
				4589 (MSN 969/1627) delivered Sep 25, 1956.  To MASDC as UD083 Jan 23, 1976.  Became N96006 registered to Department
					of Agriculture, Mission, Texas, then on civilian registry as N126CM registered Jun 12, 2000 to Viking Air, but 
					later converted to Viking DHC-2T Turbo Beaver and allocated N511CM May 16, 2001, taken up Nov 30, 2007
				4590 (MSN 970/1628) delivered Sep 25, 1956.  To MASDC as UD042 Aug 29, 1973.  To civil registry as N67110 
					registered to Civil Air Patrol Supply Depot, Amarillo, Texas in 1975.  Cancelled Aug 1987.  Later to VH-JDX
					in 1987.  To C-FOOX (2) in 1998.  To N95RC in 2000
				4591 (MSN 972/1629) delivered Sep 25, 1956.  To MASDC Feb 16, 1972 to Feb 19, 1976.  To N1454Z
				4592 (MSN 973/1630) delivered Sep 26, 1956.  to MASDC as UD047 Oct 5, 1973.  To N9260Z, registered to US Department
					of the Interior, current
				4593 (MSN 975/1631) delivered Oct 1, 1956.  To MASDC as UD035 Mar 30, 1973.  To N434GR, C-GZBS
				4594 (MSN 976/1632) delivered Sep 25, 1956.  To MASDC as UD060 Oct 7, 1974.  To N48214, C-FHKK, N233N
				4595 (MSN 979/1633) delivered Sep 28, 1956.  To MASDC as UD052 Mar 25, 1974.  To civilian registry as N43906, 
					which registration was cancelled Dec 9, 1977, registration N78VA reserved Apr 19, 2004.
					Later at Pima Air Museum, Tucson, AZ.  This reservation was cancelled Mar 7, 2005 as sold to owner in Canada.  
					Registered Jul 8, 2005 to Viking Air, Ltd, BC as C-FEUF.  Reregistered Oct 25, 2005 to
					Viking Air Ltd of Sidney, BC as C-GODH.  Converted to Viking DHC-2T Turbo Beaver.
				4596 (MSN 980/1634) delivered Sep 25, 1956.  To N5315G registered to Civil Air Patrol
				4597 (MSN 985/1636) delivered Sep 25, 1956.  To MASDC as UD057 Jun 3, 1974.  To N43878, registered Jul 30, 1976
					to US Department of Agriculture, cancelled May 18, 1978
				4598 (MSN 987/1637) delivered Oct 24, 1956.  To N87597.  Registration N98MH NTU.
				4599 (MSN 990/1638) delivered Nov 6, 1956.  To N202NY, C-GTYE
				4600 (MSN 993/1639) delivered Oct 24, 1956.  To MASDC Feb 20, 1972 to Feb 1, 1976.  To N4600Y
				4601 (MSN 994/1640) delivered Nov 6, 1956.  To N211WW , C-GJEQ, C-GAWU, N118MD, N450DB
				4602 (MSN 996/1641) delivered Nov 22, 1956.  To MASDC as UD061 Oct 29, 1974. Transferred to Department of
					Agriculture as N65223 Nov 19, 1976. Returned to MASDC as HS193
					Aug 29, 1980.  Back to civil registry as N65223.  Damaged in crash at King 
					Salmon, AK Jun 7, 2002.  Repaired and still active in 2006
				4603 (MSN 997/1642) delivered Nov 6, 1956.  To N3314F, N222CD, N3314F, C-GKPJ, N997DH
				4604 (MSN 998/1643)
				4605 (MSN 999/1644) delivered Nov 22, 1956.  To MASDC Feb 11, 1972 to May 5, 1975.  to N47070, N343WB
				4606 (MSN 1003/1645) delivered Nov 23, 1956.  To N5327G, C-GZSI
				4607 (MSN 1005/1646) delivered Jan 4, 1957.  To MASDC as UD084 Feb 11, 1976.  MAP transfer to Hellenic Army 
					as ES-317.  To civil registry as N68073, N5597S registered to Department of Justice, cancelled Apr 1992, 
					to N68073, current.
				4608 (MSN 1008/1647) N108MF registered Feb 11, 1976 to State of Maine Department of Conservation,
					cancelled Oct 15, 1981
				4609 (MSN 1010/1648) delivered Dec 7, 1956.  To MASDC as UD068 Feb 3, 1975.  To N43882, N300KU (NTU), C-FMXS
				4610 (MSN 1011/1649) delivered Dec 29, 1956.  To MASDC as UD064 Nov 14, 1971.  To N67206.  N180EA registered
					Jun 8, 2010, current
				4611 (MSN 1014/1650) delivered Jan 15, 1957.  To MASDC as UD066 Nov 20, 1974.  To N209GB, N9028F, N85BL, N244DP.
					Current as N156TB
				4612 (MSN 1015/1651) delivered Jan 31, 1957.  To civil registry as N36841 in 1976, later N74G, current
55-4613/4633		Bell H-13H-BF Sioux
				MSN 1642/1662.  Redesignated OH-13H in 1962
				4619 (MSN 1648) in 2012 was on display at Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, Kansas.
				4630 to Spanish AF as Z-7A-49
				4631 (MSN 1660) to Argentine Army as AE-396.  As AE-396 on display in March 2019 at 
					The Museo Historico Ejército - Army Historical Museum, Ciudadela, Buenos Aires. 
55-4634/4646		Aero Commander VL-26B-AD
				Redesignated L-26B, then redesignated U-4A in 1962
				4634 (MSN 560A-234) became N972WF, then N91NR.  Destroyed Jan 21, 1976
					near Elkins, WV
				4635 (MSN 560A-235) became N5832, then N382JH
				4636 (MSN 560A-240) became N47076
				4637 (MSN 560A-243) registered Feb 6, 1973 as N12317 to Fort Wainright Flying Club, 
					Destroyed 23Nov73 at Galena, AK when crashed landing in poor visibility.  Registration cancelled May 12, 1974
					Noted at Everts Scrapyard, Fairbanks, AK 15Jul99 as 55-4637.
				4638 (MSN 560A-247) became N30U.  Recently restored in original USAF colors, airworthy, and based in Florida.
				4639 (MSN 560A-250) became N5688
				4640 (MSN 560A-252) became N4988B, then N23041.  To civil register as N23041 with Fort 
					Campbell Flying Club, Kentucky on September 5, 1978.  In 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL.
					Noted in September 2016 at the Alabama Aviation and Technical College, Ozark. 
				4641 (MSN 560A-256) became N5976
				4642 (MSN 560A-258) became N2268B.
				4643 (MSN 560A-261) crashed into Potomac River near Washington, DC
					Dec 11, 1956.
				4644 (MSN 560A-263) became N2269B
				4645 (MSN 560A-267) became N23FC, then N800NE.  As N800NE to Alabama Aviation and Technical 
					College, Ozark and cancelled on April 12, 1995. Noted still there in September 2016. 
				4646 (MSN 560A-269).  Redesignated L-26B, then U-4A.  Became N14WC.
55-4647/4648		Aero Commander L-26C-AD
				For USAF, for Presidential use. Originally ordered as L-26B.  
					Redesignated U-4B in 1962
				4647 (MSN 680-315-10) to MASDC as HY002 Nov 2, 1977, later to Civil Air
					Patrol as N5379G.  Later restored and delivered to USAF
					Museum Jul 16, 1998.  Noted Jul 2005 at USAF Museum, OH.
				4648 (MSN 680-317-12) to MASDC as HY001 Nov 2, 1977.  Assigned to Civil Air
					Patrol Jan 4, 1978 as N5380G.  Registration cancelled Jul 14, 2004
					by which time the aircraft was displayed at Wedell-Williams
					Aviation Museum, Patterson, LA
55-4649/4748		Cessna TL-19D Bird Dog 
				Cessna Model 305B, L-19A dual-control instrument trainer.  Redesignated TO-1D Sep 18, 1962
				4649	(MSN 23489) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Oct63. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Transferred to USAF. Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. 
					Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, 
					Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jun65. Shot down near Cheo Reo, Phu Bon Province, 
					South Vietnam 30Jun65 [2KIA]. The FAC and a US Army artillery observer were flying in support of 
					the Vietnamese Airborne Brigade. They were controlling F-100s in a ‘Troops In Contact’ action in 
					the Central Highlands south of Pleiku and west of Tuy Hoa near Cheo Reo when they were hit by 
					ground fire and crashed. Neither aircrew survived. It took another 80 fighter sorties to break 
					the contact and recover the bodies. The FAC is credited with saving the outnumbered South Vietnamese forces.
				4650	(MSN 23490) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, 
					Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Aug70. Last US Army report 15Apr71. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Khmer Air Force as 55-4650. Accident 15Feb72. SOC Feb72.
				4651	(MSN 23491) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) 
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Oct66. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) Oct66. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Jul67 to Mar69. 4th Platoon, Bac Lieu. Damaged in Viet Cong sapper 
					attack at Bac Lieu airfield, South Vietnam 12Mar69. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Khmer Air Force May71 as 55-4651.
				4652	(MSN 23492) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC)
					"Catkillers", Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Aug67. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for maintenance 8Oct66. 
					Named ‘Teddy Bear II’. 1st Platoon. The aircraft had recently undergone an overhaul but was experiencing 
					warnings of metal in the engine oil system. En route to Marble Mountain for an engine change, 
					the aircraft crashed during a forced landing caused by engine failure at a landing strip near Hoi An, 
					Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam 17Aug67. A few miles from Hoi An, the engine started losing power 
					and the cockpit began to fill with smoke; the pilot was forced to land as soon as possible. His first 
					choice was a beach landing, but as he turned in that direction, he noticed that there was a large 
					firefight at that location, so he elected to try to get to Hoi An. As he approached the strip from 
					the South, there was a strong tail wind, and he should try to make a landing from the North. It 
					became apparent that the aircraft was running out of airspeed and altitude, so turned to try a 
					mid field touchdown. He almost made it - with the left landing gear on the strip, but the right 
					gear caught the embankment, flipping the aircraft straight down the runway, but bouncing the 
					aircraft and veering to the left edge of the strip, breaking the fuselage. Later, the pilot found 
					out that the area around the landing strip was mined, and if he hadn’t made it to the runway, 
					he would have been in dire straits. Salvaged by 79th Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation 
					Battalion, Qui Nhon, South Vietnam 14Sep67.
				4653	(MSN 23493) accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					Transferred to USAF 21Nov65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, 
					Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Nov65. 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand Apr66. The FAC was shot down during Operation 
					Steel Tiger by automatic weapons fire near Ban Muong Sen, Savannakhet Province, Laos 22Jun66 [1MIA]. 
					Another pilot saw him make a controlled landing near Route 911 but thought he was slumped over the 
					controls. A rescue helicopter reached the aircraft an hour later but the cockpit was empty. Another 
					search for him had to be abandoned due to intense ground fire. SOC 22Jun66.
				4654	(MSN 23494) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Jul63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated 1Nov64. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, 
					Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Mar68. Accident 31Mar68, South Vietnam. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar68.
				4655	(MSN 23495) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC)
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Aug67. Crashed on takeoff 
					from Qui Nhon, South Vietnam 7Aug67. Salvaged 15Aug67. Last US Army report 15Jul67.
				4656	(MSN 23496) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC)
					"Shotgun", Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Nov66 to Mar68. Shot down by hostile fire and 
					crashed east of Ha Tien, Kien Giang Province 20Mar68 [1MIA:1EVD]. On 22Mar68, the pilot and his 
					crew chief were reported missing in action. The two men had been sent to Chi Lang 19Mar68. Their 
					mission was to support a US Special Forces operation in that area. They arrived at Chi Lang and 
					closed out their flight following with Delta Center at that time. This was the last known radio 
					contact the men made with any station. They flew all day the 19th in the Chi Lang area but talked 
					to no one on the radio. The night of the 19th they spent with the MACV team in Chi Lang. On 20Mar68, 
					the two men took off from Chi Lang and were never heard from or seen again. Personnel at Chi Lang 
					believed the men had returned to their home station and did not report them as missing. Personnel 
					of their platoon at Can Tho believed the men to be at Chi Lang and did not realize they were missing 
					until they sent a message to Chi Lang requesting the men to return to home station. This was 22Mar68. 
					An extensive search was conducted over a five day period; there were no sightings. Intelligence 
					reports from the area indicated that the Viet Cong had shot the plane down and captured one of the 
					occupants. It was reported the other man had died in the crash. The crew chief was rescued 40 days 
					later and evacuated to the United States. The pilot still remains missing in action.
					Conflict:
					185th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Pterodactyls, Camp Coryell, Ban Me Thuot, Dak Lak Province, 
					South Vietnam Sep68 to Sep69. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, 
					Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Oct69 to Sep70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) 
					Sep70. Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Oct71. Transferred to USAF. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). Royal Lao Air Force 1Mar72 as 55-4656. Used by Raven FAC under 
					direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Gained by 
					the RLAF Feb73.  To Khmer Air Force Feb74 as 55-4656. Used for Khmer Air Force pilot training at 
					Udorn, Thailand Feb74. Gained by the KhAF 11May74. Ferried from Udorn to Pochentong, Phnom Penh Jun74. 
				4657	(MSN 23497) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC)
					"Catkillers", Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Jul66. Crashed at Marble 
					Mountain, Da Nang, South Vietnam 25May66. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 
					14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for repair and maintenance May66. Damaged during landing 
					16Jun66. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang 
					for salvage. Last US Army report 15Dec66.
				4658	(MSN 23498) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Accident 31Aug65, 
					South Vietnam.
				4659	(MSN 23499) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Aloft", 
					Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam May66 to Mar67. Accident 4Mar67, South Vietnam. 
					Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				4660	(MSN 23500) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Accident West Germany 9Jun52. 
					Last US Army report 15May63.
				4661	(MSN 23501) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation 
					Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Jul66. The aircraft crashed after it was struck several times 
					by intense enemy ground fire in the vicinity of Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam 22Jul66 [1KIA]. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for salvage Jul66. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep66 to Feb69. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) Feb69. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, 
					Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Oct69 to Sep70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Sep70. 
					Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 1Mar72 as 55-4661. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 
					Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. The FAC was attacking a gun position when he was shot 
					down and crashed near Saravane during Operation Barrel Roll supporting General Vang Pao in the war 
					against the Pathet Lao Communist forces, Laos 23Dec72 [1KIA].
				4662	(MSN 23502) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Aloft", 
					Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Nov68. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Dec68. 
					608th Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Dong Ba Thin, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam. Accident 19Dec68. 388th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, 
					Vung Tau, Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Khmer Air Force May71 as 55-4662. Damaged landing at Pochentong, Cambodia 22Apr73. 
					Damaged by the propeller wash from a Khmer Air Force C-123K while parked at Prey Veng, Cambodia May74. 
					Ferried to Pochentong, Phnom Penh and repaired.
				4663	(MSN 23503) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) 
					"Catkillers", Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Feb67. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for maintenance 19Feb67. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Aloft", Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam May67 
					to Nov67. Crashed and damaged by fire in Binh long Province, South Vietnam 18Nov67 [1KIS]. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct67.
				4664	(MSN 23504) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To French 
					Government for use in Indochina. Shipped dismantled to Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by 1er Section de la Réparation des Aviation Légère d’Observation d’Artillerie. 
					French Army Light Aviation / Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre, [ALAT] as 55-4664. 
					Returned to US Government. US Army. To 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Catkillers", Phu Bai, 
					Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Aug66. Damaged by enemy ground fire 19Jul65. 
					3rd Platoon. Crashed South Vietnam Sep65. Crashed South Vietnam 24Feb66. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for repair and maintenance Feb66. Turned in to 
					the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for salvage Aug66. 
					Last US Army report 15Aug66.
				4665	(MSN 23505) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) 
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Oct66. Accident 12Oct66, 
					South Vietnam. Salvaged by the Transportation Company (DS) Oct66. Last US Army report 15Nov66.
				4666	(MSN 23506) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation 
					Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Jun67. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Aloft", 
					Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug67 to Nov68. Crash landed after engine failure, South 
					Vietnam 21Nov68. Last US Army report 15Nov68.
				4667	(MSN 23507) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 220th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC) "Catkillers", Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Mar67. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for maintenance 
					30Mar67. Last US Army report 15Mar71.Military Assistance Program (MAP). Khmer Air Force May71 as 55-4667.
				4668	(MSN 23508) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					To 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jul63 to May64. Force landed nine 
					miles south of Quy Nhon, Binh Dinh Province, South Vietnam 28May64 [2 crew rescued]. 
					Last US Army report 15May64.
				4669	(MSN 23509) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To French 
					Government for use in Indochina. Shipped dismantled to Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by 1er Section de la Réparation des Aviation Légère d’Observation d’Artillerie. 
					French Army Light Aviation / Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre, [ALAT] as 55-4669. Returned to 
					US Government. US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. 
					Transferred to USAF 11Jan66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, 
					Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jan66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Provisional, 9Sep66 to Oct66. Accident 31Oct66, South Vietnam. SOC 31Oct66.
				4670	(MSN 23510) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC)
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jun66 to Jul66. Accident 21Jul66, 
					South Vietnam. Ground looped when landing at night Oct66. Salvaged by the Transportation Company (DS) Oct66. 
					Last US Army report 15Feb67.
				4671	(MSN 23511) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To French 
					Government for use in Indochina. Shipped dismantled to Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by 1er Section de la Réparation des Aviation Légère d’Observation d’Artillerie. French Army 
					Light Aviation / Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre, [ALAT] as 55-4671. Call sign F-MCTZ; code CTZ.
				4672	(MSN 23512) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To French 
					Government for use in Indochina. Shipped dismantled to Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by 1er Section de la Réparation des Aviation Légère d’Observation d’Artillerie. French Army 
					Light Aviation / Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre, [ALAT] as 55-4672. Call sign F-MCTY; code CTY. 
					Returned to US Government. US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 220th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC) "Catkillers", Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65. 
					Crashed at Ha Thanh airstrip, South Vietnam 7Aug65. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 
					14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for salvage Aug65.
				4673	(MSN 23513) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC)
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Feb67 to Aug67. Crashed after 
					engine failure caused by fuel contamination, South Vietnam 17Aug67. Salvaged by the Transportation 
					Company (DS). Last US Army report 15Sep67
				4674	(MSN 23514) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC)
					"Shotgun", Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Mar69. Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam 
					Mar70 to Aug70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Aug70. Last US Army report 15Apr71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Khmer Air Force May71 as 55-4674. Accident 10Nov71.
				4675	(MSN 23515) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 9Nov65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS) "Sidewinder", 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Nov65. Accident Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 7Dec65. Attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 
					9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, South Vietnam Dec66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam May68. Cam Ranh Bay, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. SOC 5Mar71 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao Air Force 5Mar71 as 55-4675. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the 
					US Air Attaché in Laos. Accident 24Dec71, Laos. 
				4676	(MSN 23516) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To French 
					Government for use in Indochina. Shipped dismantled to Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by 1er Section de la Réparation des Aviation Légère d’Observation d’Artillerie. French Army 
					Light Aviation / Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre, [ALAT] as 55-4676. Returned to US Government. 
					US Army. Last US Army report 15Jun63.
				4677	(MSN 23517) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To French 
					Government for use in Indochina. Shipped dismantled to Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by 1er Section de la Réparation des Aviation Légère d’Observation d’Artillerie. French Army 
					Light Aviation / Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre, [ALAT] as 55-4677. Returned to US Government. 
					US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Jul65 to Jun70. Crashed after departing in bad weather eleven kms south of Pleiku City, 
					South Vietnam 13Jun70 [1KIA].
				4678	(MSN 23518) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", 
					Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Feb68 to Mar69. 4th Platoon, Bac Lieu. Destroyed in Viet Cong 
					sapper attack at Bac Lieu airfield, South Vietnam 12Mar69. Last US Army report 15Feb69.
				4679	(MSN 23519) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation 
					Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Mar66. Destroyed 17Mar66, South Vietnam. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar66.
				4680	(MSN 23520) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC)
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Dec67 to Sep70. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) Sep70. Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Oct71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao Air Force 1Jun72 as 55-4680. Used by Raven FAC under 
					direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. 
					Gained by the RLAF Feb73. Written off 10Apr73.
				4681	(MSN 23521) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec79. Registered as N8WP; current [Apr19]. Reported as displayed at Fort Rucker, 
					Daleville, AL. Restored Apr93. Substantially damaged 15Aug98. The aircraft collided with the ground, 
					according to the pilot, while attempting a takeoff from Palm Beach County Air Park, in Lantana, Florida. 
					Examination of the airplane at the accident site disclosed that the airframe sustained substantial 
					airframe damage. The accident occurred during the initial takeoff from Lantana, Florida. The pilot 
					reported that he completed an extensive pre-flight inspection that included the draining of both 
					fuel sumps. According to the pilot, there was no sediment or water found in the fuel samples. 
					During the pre-flight inspection, the pilot visually confirmed that both fuel tanks had been topped off, 
					as he had requested, by the Fixed Based Operator. After the pre-flight inspection, the pilot taxied 
					the airplane to the run-up area adjacent to the runway. The pilot reported that the "pre-departure run-up" 
					was normal. During the power application for the takeoff, the pilot recalled that engine operation 
					was normal. As the airplane climbed through 400 feet, the pilot recalled that the engine hesitated 
					and lost power. As the pilot attempted to correct the hesitation by adjusting the throttle, the engine 
					backfired. Still above the runway, the pilot attempted a forced landing on the remaining runway. 
					The airplane touched down on the runway, and rolled off the departure end of the hard surface into a 
					grassy area. The pilot reported that the airplane tipped over as it stopped in the rough grassy area. 
					According to the Fixed Based Operator, the airplane was placed back on the main landing gear during 
					the recovery process. During the subsequent examination of the airplane both fuel tanks were drained 
					of remaining fuel. During this phase of the recovery and examination, several ounces of water 
					were also recovered from the left fuel tank.
				4682	(MSN 23522) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Delivered to US Army National Guard – New Jersey. 
					Last US Army report 15Apr76. Registered as N68396. Substantially damaged 10Jul83 at Eielson AFB, AK, 
					when the aircraft ground looped during landing. After touchdown, the aircraft veered to the left & the 
					right main gear collapsed. An examination of the aircraft revealed that the tail wheel assembly was 
					loose at the attaching point to the leaf spring. Also, it was assembled incorrectly which made the 
					pivot operation stiff. Damaged 29Jun85 at Anchorage, AK, when the aircraft tipped over during landing 
					with a slight tail wind. Aircraft had been fitted with new and larger brakes. Substantially damaged 
					25Jun86 at Barrow, AK, when the aircraft tipped over during landing. The non-certificated flight 
					instructor failed to respond in time to improper control input by the student and the CG was found 
					to be aft of limit. Substantially damaged 19Nov86 at Barrow, AK, when the aircraft veered on takeoff, 
					lifted off but stalled and tipped over onto its back. Reregistered 14Dec11 as N156AG. Reregistered 
					23Jan12 as N68396; current [Apr19]. 
				4683	(MSN 23523) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation 
					Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Aug66. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Aloft", 
					Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug66. Last US Army report 15Aug66. Accident 16Aug66, South Vietnam.
				4684	(MSN 23524) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Headhunters", 
					Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Mar68. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) Mar68. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Aloft", Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Dec68 to Aug70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS). Last US Army report 15Dec70. 
				4685	(MSN 23525) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					Last US Army report South Vietnam 15Jun63.
				4686	(MSN 23526) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. 220th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC) "Catkillers", Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65. 
					Damaged taxying Aug65. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, 
					Nha Trang for repair. 568th Signal Company, 41st Signal Battalion, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam. The pilot was conducting a reconnaissance mission over jungle covered mountains south 
					of the major port city of Qui Nhon, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 15Dec65. During the flight the 
					engine battery exploded and the aircraft was low on fuel. The pilot of a UH-1B helicopter operating 
					nearby heard the pilot's emergency call and tried to intercept to provide whatever assistance he might 
					need in his attempt to return to Qui Nhon airfield. Shortly thereafter, the pilot transmitted again 
					reporting that the Bird Dog's engine had quit and that he was heading for the beach. Within a short time, 
					the helicopter pilot flew over the beach. He had no trouble in locating the Bird Dog's fuselage in 
					shallow water near the hamlet of Tuy Phong, approximately eight miles due south of Qui Nhon airfield. 
					Additional search and rescue ground personnel, aircraft and vessels were dispatched to the area. 
					When search teams examined the crash site, they did not find the pilot's survival gear in or around 
					the crash site. Further, they found no blood in the aircraft nor signs of an enemy attack upon it. 
					Under the circumstances, even though the US Army believed there was an excellent chance he had been 
					captured by communist forces known to be operating in the area, the pilot was listed as Missing in Action.
				4687	(MSN 23527) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 611th Transportation 
					Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Aug66. Combat loss 25Aug66, 	
					South Vietnam.
				4688	(MSN 23528) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Sep70. Turned in to the 
					142nd Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, Red Beach, Da Nang. Waiting for 
					disposition at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 1Jul72 as 55-4688. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché 
					in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Gained by the RLAF Feb73. Accident 8Jul73, Laos.
				4689	(MSN 23529) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 611th Transportation 
					Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to May68. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) May68. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, 
					Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Dec69 to Nov70. Turned in to the 142nd Transportation 
					Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, Red Beach, Da Nang Nov70. Last US Army report 15Nov71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Khmer Air Force 25Dec71 as 55-4689. Departed Pochentong, 
					Phnom Penh for pilot training at Udorn, Thailand 1Nov73; returned to Pochentong by Jun74. Noted on 
					maintenance with Thai-Am, Don Mueang, Bangkok 24Apr75.
				4690	(MSN 23530) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC)
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Oct69. Shot down by 
					hostile fire and crashed five kms west of Dak Pek, South Vietnam 9Oct69 [2KIA].
				4691	(MSN 23531) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Jun69. Crashed after 
					the aircraft bounced during a hard landing at Dak To, South Vietnam 22Jun69. Last US Army report 15Aug69.
				4692	(MSN 23532) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Aloft", 
					Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Sep67. The aircraft failed to return from a border 
					reconnaissance flight north of Minh Thanh, South Vietnam 26Sep67 [2MIA]. The aircraft departed Minh 
					Thanh airfield to conduct a visual reconnaissance mission of the surrounding area. The observer was 
					assigned to Company A, Detachment A-334, 5th Special Forces Group. The pilot established radio 
					contact with Detachment A-332's communications center. During two transmissions he reported the 
					flight was progressing normally. During the last radio contact he gave their position which 
					placed them over the dense triple canopy jungle approximately four miles south of the 
					South Vietnamese/Cambodian border. The aircraft's position was also confirmed by the Hon Quan radar 
					station that was also monitoring the flight. When the Bird Dog was declared overdue, a communications 
					search was initiated of all airfields in the region to which the aircrew might have diverted. 
					When the communications search proved negative, a full-scale search and rescue operation was initiated. 
					The last known position of the Bird Dog was over triple canopy jungle laced with rivers, streams, 
					footpaths and trails running in all directions. The location was less than ¼ mile west of Route 246, 
					approximately five miles south-southeast of the South Vietnamese/Cambodian border, eight miles due 
					north of Minh Thanh and nine miles southwest of An Loc. Three days after the formal search was 
					initiated, it was terminated when no trace of the crew or their aircraft was found.
				4693	(MSN 23533) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 12Oct56. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To French 
					Government for use in Indochina. Shipped dismantled to Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by 1er Section de la Réparation des Aviation Légère d’Observation d’Artillerie. French Army 
					Light Aviation / Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre, [ALAT] as 55-4693. Call sign F-MCTR; code CTR. 
					Returned to US Government. US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army 
					report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 10Nov65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical 
					Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Nov65; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support 
					Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam 8Dec66. SOC at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 9Jan69. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 9Jan69 as 55-4693. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 
					Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Accident Laos 24Mar72 or 30Mar72.
				4694	(MSN 23534) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Apr66. Crashed 12.8 miles SE 
					of Dalat, South Vietnam 25Apr66 [2KIS]. Last US Army report 15Sep66.
				4695	(MSN 23535) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Oct63. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Transferred to USAF. Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, 
					CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, 
					Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS) "Sidewinder", 34th Tactical 
					Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jun63. Crashed near Lang Kat, north of Khe Sanh, 
					Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam 26Mar64 [1MIA:1POW]. After departing Khe Sanh Airfield, 
					Quang Tri Province the pilot began experiencing a problem with the aircraft almost immediately 
					after takeoff. About six miles north of Khe Sanh, a ground party of Montagnards lead by Special 
					Forces advisors received a report from local natives that a small plane was seen just above the 
					tree line smoking and turning as if preparing to return to its departure point. Search and rescue (SAR) 
					operations by both air and ground were postponed because of weather until the next morning. The Bird Dog 
					went down in extremely dense jungle approximately three miles north of Khe Sanh. It was also an area 
					known as a Viet Cong stronghold. Once search efforts were initiated, no sign of the small aircraft 
					or its crew was found. The FAC was killed in the crash but the US Army Special Forces observer 
					survived as a Prisoner of War for nine years despite burns and a broken back; he was the longest held 
					American Prisoner Of War.
				4696	(MSN 23536) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Sep67. Accident 28Sep67, 
					South Vietnam. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for repair and maintenance Sep67. 
					Last US Army report 15Sep67.
				4697	(MSN 23537) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation 
					Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Mar68. Combat loss, South Vietnam 28Mar68. 611th Transportation 
					Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15May68.
				4698	(MSN 23538) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To French 
					Government for use in Indochina. Shipped dismantled to Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by 1er Section de la Réparation des Aviation Légère d’Observation d’Artillerie. French Army 
					Light Aviation / Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre, [ALAT] as 55-4698. Returned to US Government. 
					US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 
					To 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam 
					Aug65 to Apr68. Damaged by a Viet Cong mortar attack on Soc Trang Nov67. More than 50 individual 
					holes in this aircraft were repaired by patching. Named “Patches”. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) Apr68. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, 
					Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Aug68 to Jun69. Shot down 3Jun69 by hostile fire and crashed, 
					South Vietnam [1KIA].
				4699	(MSN 23539) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) 
					"Catkillers", Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Mar66. Battle damage 
					South Vietnam 18Nov65. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, 
					Nha Trang for maintenance 18Mar66. Maintenance float aircraft, 605th Transportation Company (DS), 
					765th Transportation Battalion, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Mar69. 
					Transferred to USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao Air Force 1Mar72 as 55-4699. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. 
					Gained by the RLAF Feb73. Crash landed during Operation Barrel Roll supporting General Vang Pao in the 
					war against the Pathet Lao communist forces west of Nong, Savannakhet Province 7Nov72 [1KIA]; the 
					pilot survived the crash but was killed by attackers.
				4700	(MSN 23540) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard. Returned to 
					US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65. 
					Destroyed in Viet Cong 75mm recoilless rifle fire on Soc Trang, South Vietnam 18Nov65. Declared a 
					total loss 22Nov65. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for salvage. Last US Army report 15Mar66.
				4701	(MSN 23541) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard. Returned to 
					US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Catkillers", Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, 
					South Vietnam Jul65. Shot down over the jungle near Kam Duc Special Forces Camp, South Vietnam 12Sep65 [1WIA].
				4702	(MSN 23542) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation 
					Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang,
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Apr67. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Apr67. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Aloft", Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jul67 to Apr70. 
					Crashed during approach to land at Xuan Lac, South Vietnam 18Apr70. Last US Army report 15Apr70.
				4703	(MSN 23543) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army National Guard – Kentucky. 
					Returned to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, 
					Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jan68 to Sep70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Sep70. 
					Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 1Jun72 as 55-4703. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 
					Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Gained by the RLAF Feb73.
				4704	(MSN 23544) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 93rd Transportation Company, Soc Trang, South Vietnam. 
					121st Aviation Company, Soc Trang, South Vietnam 25Jun63. Accident 9Feb67, South Vietnam. Last US Army 
					report 15Apr67.
				4705	(MSN 23545) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", 
					Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Dec67 to Oct69. On 21Oct69, while flying from Phu Quoc Island 
					to the mainland to support a Navy assault boat working near the Cambodian border, the pilot noticed a 
					rise in engine cylinder head temperature. At that time he turned back to the island airfield. Before 
					reaching the shore the engine oil pressure dropped to zero, the engine began to smoke, then quit. 
					The aircraft landed in the water where it remained for 23 hours; it was declared a total loss. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct69.
				4706	(MSN 23546) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4707	(MSN 23547) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Company B, 24th Aviation 
					Battalion, Gabligen, Augsburg, West Germany. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Headhunters", 
					Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Jun66. Crashed and destroyed by fire 
					eight miles NE of Dak To II airstrip, South Vietnam 10Jun66 [2KIA]. Last US Army report 15Aug66.
				4708	(MSN 23548) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) 
					"Catkillers", Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Nov66. On 18May66, a pilot 
					was conducting over flights in an attempt to quell an insurgency in Da Nang, which resulted in 
					the aircraft being hit seven times by ground fire from rebels in a Buddhist temple, holed up after 
					an unsuccessful coup against Prime Minister Ky. The aircraft was force landed on a road north of 
					a bridge on the east side of Da Nang, later repaired and returned to service. Crash landed on takeoff 
					from Thong Duc, South Vietnam 6Jul66. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation 
					Battalion, Nha Trang for repair and maintenance 25Jul66. Last US Army report 15Nov66.
				4709	(MSN 23549) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4710	(MSN 23550) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To French 
					Government for use in Indochina. Shipped dismantled to Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by 1er Section de la Réparation des Aviation Légère d’Observation d’Artillerie. French Army 
					Light Aviation / Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre, [ALAT] as 55-4710. Returned to US Government. 
					US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Jul65 to Jun66. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Catkillers", Phu Bai, Hue, 
					Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul66 to Jan68. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 
					14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for maintenance 15Sep66. Destroyed on the ground during the 
					Tet Offensive at Hue, South Vietnam 31Jan68. 
				4711	(MSN 23551) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation 
					Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Jul66. Shot down by intense hostile fire near Can Tho, 
					South Vietnam 22Jul66 [2KIA].
				4712	(MSN 23552) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF. Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. 
					Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, 
					Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jan65. Accident 12Jan65, South Vietnam.
				4713	(MSN 23553) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) 
					"Catkillers", Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Dec65. Crashed and destroyed 
					after a mid-air collision with a SVNAF Douglas A-1 Skyraider aircraft over an ARVN combat 
					operation ‘Harvest Moon’ near Quang Ngai, South Vietnam 20Dec65 [2KIA]. 
				4714	(MSN 23554) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR).  To 219th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC) "Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Nov67. 
					Damaged when ground looped during landing. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for repair 
					and maintenance Nov67. Accident 18Apr68, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15May68.
				4715	(MSN 23555) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC)
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to May66. Accident 2May66, 
					South Vietnam. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for salvage May66. Last US Army report 15Sep66.
				4716	(MSN 23556) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Aloft", 
					Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Mar66. Crashed 28km north of Xuan Loc, 
					South Vietnam 14Mar66 [1KIA].
				4717	(MSN 23557) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To French 
					Government for use in Indochina. Shipped dismantled to Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by 1er Section de la Réparation des Aviation Légère d’Observation d’Artillerie. French Army 
					Light Aviation / Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre, [ALAT] as 55-4717. Returned to US Government. 
					To US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64.
				4718	(MSN 23558) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) 
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Sep70. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) Sep70. Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Oct71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao Air Force 1Jul72 as 55-4718. Used by Raven FAC under 
					direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Khmer Air Force 
					Feb74 as 55-4718. Used for Khmer Air Force pilot training at Udorn, Thailand Feb74. Gained by the KhAF 
					11May74. Ferried from Udorn to Pochentong, Phnom Penh Jun74. Escaped from Laos to Udorn, Thailand 14Jan77. 
					Returned to Laos 14Feb77.
				4719	(MSN 23559) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF. Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. 
					Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS) "Sidewinder", 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. Non-combat accident 9Mar65 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam.
				4720	(MSN 23560) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 93rd Transportation Company, Soc Trang, South Vietnam. 
					121st Aviation Company, Soc Trang, South Vietnam 25Jun63. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					Last US Army report 15Nov71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Khmer Air Force Dec71 as 55-4720. 
					Substantially damaged when ground looped during landing at Pochentong, Cambodia 16Apr74. Disassembled and 
					shipped to Thai-Am, Bangkok, Thailand for repair. Damaged when hit a pothole on landing and overturned at 
					Neak Loeung, Prey Veng, Cambodia 4Aug74.
				4721	(MSN 23561) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", 
					Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Dec67. Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam 
					Mar70 to Aug70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Aug70. Last US Army report 15Jan71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). Khmer Air Force Feb71 as 55-4721. Destroyed at Ream, Sihanoukville, 
					Cambodia when the airfield was hit by mortars 9Mar74. Salvaged Jun74.
				4722	(MSN 23562) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Aloft", 
					Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Jul68. Accident 4Jul68, South Vietnam. Turned in to 
					the Transportation Company (DS) for repair and maintenance Jul68. Last US Army report 15Jul68.
				4723	(MSN 23563) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 33rd Transportation Company, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam. 118th Aviation Company, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 25Jun63. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", 
					Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Jun66. Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Mar70 to Aug70. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Aug70. Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Khmer Air Force Apr71 as 55-4723. Damaged when ground looped during landing at 
					Pochentong, Cambodia 1973; repair completed 10May73. 
				4724	(MSN 23564) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) 
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Mar68 to Jan69. Crashed after 
					mid-air collision with Cessna O-1G 51-16965 near Duc Lap, South Vietnam 9Jan69 [1KIA]. Last US Army 
					report 15Dec68.
				4725	(MSN 23565) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation 
					Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Nov67. Destroyed by a Viet Cong mortar attack on Soc Trang 3
					0Nov67 when a mortar round exploded four feet from the nose of the aircraft. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) for salvage Dec67. Last US Army report 15Dec67.
				4726	(MSN 23566) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To French 
					Government for use in Indochina. Shipped dismantled to Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by 1er Section de la Réparation des Aviation Légère d’Observation d’Artillerie. French Army 
					Light Aviation / Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre, [ALAT] as 55-4726. Returned to US Government. 
					US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64.
				4727	(MSN 23567) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To French 
					Government for use in Indochina. Shipped dismantled to Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by 1er Section de la Réparation des Aviation Légère d’Observation d’Artillerie. French Army 
					Light Aviation / Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre, [ALAT] as 55-4727. Returned to US Government. 
					US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam 
					Aug65 to Feb69. Crash landed caused by engine failure, South Vietnam 24Feb69. The pilot failed to 
					secure the engine oil cap which caused all the oil to be pumped out and failure of the engine. 
					He made a forced landing during which he crashed causing major damage to the fuselage and main 
					landing gear. Last US Army report 15Feb69.
				4728	(MSN 23568) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To French 
					Government for use in Indochina. Shipped dismantled to Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by 1er Section de la Réparation des Aviation Légère d’Observation d’Artillerie. French Army 
					Light Aviation / Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre, [ALAT] as 55-4728. Returned to US Government. 
					US Army. Last US Army report 15Aug79. Registered as N26213. Damaged 8Apr81 when the aircraft made a 
					hard landing and tipped up at Minden, NV. The aircraft sustained substantial damage from a ground loop 
					during landing rollout at the Elton Hensley Memorial Airport, Fulton, Missouri 22Jul93. The personal 
					flight originated at the Newton Kansas City-County Airport. The pilot and his passenger were en route 
					from Boulder City, Nevada to Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Reregistered 3Jan03 as N727ER; current [May 2020].
				4729	(MSN 23569) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC)
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Feb67. 220th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC) "Catkillers", Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Mar67 to May68. 
					Crashed during a crosswind takeoff, South Vietnam 25May68. Last US Army report 15May68.
				4730	(MSN 23570) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					Last US Army report 15Apr64. Transferred to USAF 21Nov65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS) "Sidewinder", 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Dec65; attached to 6253rd 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam Dec66. The FAC and an observer were on a visual reconnaissance mission 
					supporting a South Vietnamese operation when they crashed after a mid-air collision near Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 25Jan67 [1KIA]. SOC 25Jan67.
				4731	(MSN 23571) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC)
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Nov68 to May69. Destroyed in Viet Cong 
					mortar and rocket attack 11/12May69, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15May69.
				4732	(MSN 23572) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, 
					Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Mar66. Accident 22Mar66, South Vietnam. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for salvage. Last US Army report 15Aug66.
				4733	(MSN 23573) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) 
					"Catkillers", Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Mar66. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for maintenance 7Mar66. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam 
					Jun66 to Jan69. Damaged 25Jan69 when the aircraft ground looped during landing at Soc Trang, South Vietnam. 
					Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 1Jul72 as 55-4733. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 
					Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Gained by the RLAF Feb73.
				4734	(MSN 23574) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 219th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC) "Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Dec65. 
					Destroyed after a forced landing, South Vietnam 6Dec65.
				4735	(MSN 23575) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 74th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC) "Aloft", Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Nov66. Turned in to 
					the Transportation Company (DS) Dec66. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Headhunters", 
					Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Oct68 to Sep70. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) Sep70. Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Oct71. Military 
					Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 1Jun72 as 55-4735. Used by Raven FAC under direction 
					of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Written off 20Aug72 or 24Aug72, 
					Laos.
				4736	(MSN 23576) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF. Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. 
					Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS) "Sidewinder", 505th Tactical Control Group, 
					Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Dec65. The FAC and an observer were flying a visual 
					reconnaissance mission when they were lost to possible enemy action seven miles north of Vung Tau 
					in Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam 7Jun66 [2KIA].
				4737	(MSN 23577) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC)
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Sep67.  Crashed when 
					the aircraft flew into trees in bad weather, South Vietnam 29Sep67.
				4738	(MSN 23578) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation 
					Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Nov66. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Nov66. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Aloft", Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Nov66 to Aug70. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Aug70. Last US Army report 15Feb71. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Khmer Air Force Mar71 as 55-4738. Damaged when ground looped during landing at 
					Pochentong, Phnom Penh 1973; repair completed 14May73. Damaged; repairs were about 60% complete in Jul73. 
					Considered to be beyond economical repair and cannibalized at Pochentong in Nov73 in order to complete 
					the crash damage repair on O-1D 57-2795.
				4739	(MSN 23579) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. To 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Feb67. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) Feb67.  To 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Catkillers", Phu Bai, 
					Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Aug67 to Oct70. Turned in to the 142nd Transportation 
					Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, Red Beach, Da Nang. Returned to USA. Overhauled. 
					Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Feb72. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					Dismantled and shipped to South Vietnam. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Cambodia. 
					To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 55-4739.
				4740	(MSN 23580) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 611th Transportation 
					Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Nov66. Turned in to 
					the Transportation Company (DS) Nov66. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jul67 to Aug70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Aug70. 
					Last US Army report 15Jan71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Khmer Air Force 1971 as 55-4740. 
					Damaged; repairs in progress Feb74. Test flown 15May74 and Returned to operations 19May74.
				4741	(MSN 23581) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				4742	(MSN 23582) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th 
					Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					"Shotgun", Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Jul67. Crashed when a propeller 
					failure caused a forced landing, South Vietnam 12Jul67. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) 
					for salvage 31Aug67. Last US Army report 15Oct67.
				4743	(MSN 23583) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC)
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Apr68. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) Apr68. 235th Assault Helicopter Company (AHC), Delta Devils, Can Tho, 
					Can Tho Province, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Dec68. Transferred to USAF. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao Air Force 1Mar72 as 55-4743. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the 
					US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Gained by the RLAF Feb73.
				4744	(MSN 23584) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation 
					Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Shotgun", Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Jun66. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Jun66. 
					219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Sep66 to Feb67. Crashed when the aircraft flew into a hill side, South Vietnam 23Feb67. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar67.
				4745	(MSN 23585) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4746	(MSN 23586) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				4747	(MSN 23587) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC)
					"Headhunters", Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Jun66. 220th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC) "Catkillers", Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul66 to May67. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for 
					maintenance 15Aug66. 4th Platoon, Dong Ha, Quang Tri Province. Crashed and destroyed after the engine 
					overheated and failed near Con Tien, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam 23May67 [1KIA:1INJ]. Last US Army 
					report 15May67.
				4748	(MSN 23588) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Aloft", 
					Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Dec66. Damaged in mid-air collision near Bien Hoa AB 
					and landed safely at Phu Loi. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for repair and 
					maintenance Jan67. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) "Catkillers", Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue 
					Province, South Vietnam Apr67 to Nov70. Turned in to the 142nd Transportation Company (DS), 
					58th Transportation Battalion, Red Beach, Da Nang. Last US Army report 15Jun71. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Khmer Air Force Jun71 as 55-4748. Ream, Sihanoukville for maintenance Feb74.
55-4749			Piper PA-18 Super Cub
				MSN 18-4470. Model PA-18-150.  Prototype for the proposed L-21C.  Became N62417.  Cancelled May 11, 1965.
55-4750/4759		Convair TC-131E-CO
				MSN 337/346
				MASDC transfers and dates from www.amarcexperience.com
				six converted to RC-131F, one to RC-131G
				4750 (MSN 337) delivered as C-131E.  W/o Jan 2, 1962.
				4751 (MSN 338) was on display at Rickenbacker ANGB, OH in Oct 1992.  To civil 
					registry in 1994 as N131T.
					Crashed on takeoff in residential area of Saint Johns, Arizona Feb 5, 1996, killing all four onboard.
				4752 (MSN 339) to MASDC as CS006 Dec 18, 1974.  To civil registry as N131FT
				4753 (MSN 340) Ordered as TC-131E, built as C-131E.  
					9/14/56: TOS USAF. 
					By 1980: 169th Tactical Air Support Squadron, 182nd Tactical Air Support Group (ANG), Peoria, IL. 
					7/20/90: Darryl G Greenamyer DBA, Ocala, FL, with c/r N4753B. 
					5/10/94: J.E. Watkins. 
					7/95: Leaseair Ltd, Gulf & Caribbean Air Ltd. 
					7/4/96: Pro Freight. 
					12/21/01: International Trading Co of Yukon Inc, Oklahoma City, OK. 
					7/02: WFU, Stored at Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. To be converted to CV580 or used for parts. 
					1/24/18: c/r N4753B cancelled.
				4754 (MSN 341) to MASDC as CS031 Jun 26, 1975.  To civil registry as CP-1832.
				4755 (MSN 342) to civil registry as N2806J, N15JA, N121CA.
				4756 (MSN 343) NTU by USAF.  Became N105 then N90, then N3UW.  As N3UW owned by University of Washington and
					used for atmospheric research.  Sold to owner in Canada Nov 2005.
					At some point has been converted to CV-580.  Registered Dec 22, 2005 to
					Kelowna Flight CraftAir Charter, Ltd of Kelowna, BC as C-FKFS and later C-FKWS.  Possible
					New Zealand ZK-KFS.  Now flying as N361FL
				4757 (MSN 344) assigned to Westover AFB Base Flight late 1956WFU Oct 2, 1993.  
					On display at Minnesota ANG, St Paul, Minnesota
				4758 (MSN 345) assigned to Westover AFB Base Flight late 1956.  w/o 4 Feb 1963 Ogen Hill, UT
				4759 (MSN 346) to MASDC Jun 4, 1984.  To civil registry as N41527, C-FPUM, N41527.
55-4760/4800		Ryan Q-2A drones
				Later became MQM-34A
55-4801/4806		Radioplane OQ-19B drones
55-4807/4810		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9901/9904.  For MDAP
55-4811/4936		North American F-86K Sabre
				MSN 221-51/176.  Assembled by Fiat from NAA-built components.  
					Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org/F-86D.html
				4811/4813 to Italy (MM6235/6237).  The MM numbers were not used for long, since in
					July 1957 an Italian AF General Staff order decreed that USAF tail numbers were to be used instead.
					4811 (MSN 221-51) transferred to the Italian AF, first as MM6235.  W/o Mar 30, 1969  Location ?
					4812 (MSN 221-52) Transferred to the Italian AF, first as MM6236.  4/10/1973: Struck off 
						charge at Rimini AB.  Wass preserved at Rivolto AB
						Currently preserved in Museo Nazionale della Scienza d della Tecnica in Milan
					4813 (MSN 221-53) Transferred to the Italian AF, first as MM6237.  SOC in 1972
				4814/4844 to French AF
					4814 (MSN 221-54) (EC1/13) w/o Jul 4, 1961.  Location ?  Soc Feh 238, 1962
					4815 (MSN 221-55)11/1956: Transferred to the French AF. Transferred Jan 1962 from France to Italian AF 
						as MM55-4815. 1973: Struck off charge.
						to storage at Castrette di Villorba.
						Preserved in Meglaidino San Fidenzio with tail from 54-1256.Currently preserved at the 
						Deutsche Technik Museum in Berlin, Germany still with tail from 54-1256.
						This plane's original tail is at the Mas Palegry Museum in Perpignan, France
					4816 (MSN 221-56) 6/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  Crashed 20 Jan 1959 near Haute Rheine
					4817 (MSN 221-57) 2/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  SOC Mar 18, 1964
					4818 (MSN 221-58) 6/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  SOC Jan 27, 1962
						Transferred to Italian AF Jan 1962 as MM55-4818.  Preserved with nose from 54-1292 at Rivolto, Italy.
					4819 (MSN 221-59) *12/1956: Transferred to the French AF.  SOC Jul 13, 1962
						Transferred to Italian AF Jul 1962 as MM55-4819.  Struck off charge at Luni AB.
						Salvaged at Castrette
					4820 (MSN 221-60) 11/1956: Transferred to the French AF  SOC Jan 27, 1962
						Transferred to Italian AF Jan 1962 as MM55-4820.  1973: Struck off charge at Rimini AB
						To fire dump at Rimini-Miramare, Italy.
					4821 (MSN 221-61) 10/1956: Transferred to the French AF.  SOC May 4, 1962.
						Transferred Jan 1962 to Italian AF as MM55-4821. Used for spares recovery.
						Salvaged at Castrette di Vilorba
					4822 (MSN 221-62) 11/1956: Transferred to the French AF.  SOC Jun 1963.  Returned to USAF
					4823 (MSN 221-63) 12/1956: Transferred to the French AF.  SOC Jun 1963.  Returned to USAF
					4824 (MSN 221-64) 12/1956: Transferred to the French AF.   7/13/1962: Struck off charge.
						Transferred Jul 1962 from France to Italian AF as MM55-4824.  
						Crashed near Torette di Fano, Italy Mar 1, 1968
					4825 (MSM 221-65) 12/1956: Transferred to the French AF.
						w/o 23 Nov 1961 Strasbourg AFB
					4826 (MSN 221-66) 3/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  6/1963: Struck off charge.
						Returned to the USAF
					4827 (MSN 221-67) 10/1956: Transferred to the French AF.  3/18/1964: Struck off charge.
					4828 (MSN 221-68) 10/1956: Transferred to the French AF.  Nov 3, 1958: Written off at BA-138.
					4829 (MSN 221-69) 12/1956: Transferred to the French AF.  7/13/1962: Struck off charge.
						7/1962: Transferred to the Italian AF.
					4830 (MSN 221-70) 11/1956: Transferred to the French AF.
						7/13/1962: Struck off charge.  Transferred Jul 1962 to Italian AF as MM55-4830. 
						Used for spares recovery
					4831 (MSN 221-71) 11/1956: Transferred to the French AF.  6/1963: Struck off charge.
						Returned to the USAF.
					4832 (MSN 221-72) 11/1956: Transferred to the French AF.  1/27/1962: Struck off charge.
						Transferred Jan 1962 to Italian AF as MM55-4832.1974: Struck off charge at Luni AB.
							Salvaged at Castrette
					4833 (MSN 221-73) 2/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  13-SM.
						1/27/1962: Struck off charge.
						Transferred Jan 1962 to Italian AF as MM55-4833.  W/o at Rimini-Miramare, Italy Apr 15, 1970.
					4834 (MSN 221-74) 2/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  6/1963: Struck off charge.
						Returned to the USAF
					4835 (MSN 221-75) 12/1956: Transferred to the French AF.(EC2/13) crashed Jan 30, 1962 near
						Urschenheim, Haute Reine.
					4836 (MSN 221-76) 12/1956: Transferred to the French AF.  3/18/1964: Struck off charge
					4837 (MSN 221-77) 2/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  7/13/1962: Struck off charge.  
						Transferred Jul 1962 from France to Italian AF.  10/28/1971: Written off.
					4838 (MSN 221-78) 3/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  3/18/1964: Struck off charge.
					4839 (MSN 221-79)  12/1956: Transferred to the French AF.  3/18/1964: Struck off charge.
						3/1964: Salvaged.
					4840 (MSN 221-80)  2/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  3/18/1964: Struck off charge
					4841 (MSN 221-81) *3/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  3/18/1964: Struck off charge.
						Was preserved at Colmar AB.  Noted in Musee de l'Air, Paris-le Bourget 1988
					4842 (MSN 221-82) 1/1957: Transferred to the French AF.
						4/13/1957: Written off after a hard landing at Colmar AB.
					4843 (MSN 221-83) 1/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  1/27/1962: Struck off charge.
						1/1962: Transferred to the Italian AF.
						7/24/1969: Written off at Gioa del Colle AB
					4844 (MSN 221-84) 3/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  7/13/1962: Struck off charge.
                           	7/1962: Transferred to the Italian AF.  1978: Struck off charge at Luni AB.
						Salvaged at Castrette.
				4845 (MSN 221-85) to West German AF as non-flying spare, later to Venezuelan AF as FAV 0984.  
					Currently preserved at Maracay AB.
				4846/4865 to French AF
					4846 (MSN 221-86) 4/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  1/27/1962: Struck off charge.
						Transferred to the Italian AF.  25/1966: Written off.
					4847 (MSN 221-87) 4/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  6/1963: Struck off charge.
						Returned to the USAF.  Was preserved at Aviano AB, Italy? Where now?
					4848 (MSN 221-88)2/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  3/18/1964: Struck off charge
					4849 (MSN 221-89) *2/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  6/1963: Struck off charge.
						Returned to the USAF.
					4850 (MSN 221-90) 2/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  Crashed 3 Aug 1962 near Colmar AB
					4851 (MSN 221-91) *3/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  3/18/1964: Struck off charge
					4852 (MSN 221-92) 3/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  3/18/1964: Struck off charge.
					4853 (MSN 221-93)2/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  3/18/1964: Struck off charge.
					4854 (MSN 221-94) 3/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  1/27/1962: Struck off charge.
						Transferred Jan 1962 from France to Italian AF.  Crashed in Umbrian Appennines, Italy Dec 13, 1966
						after wings detached during aerobatics.  Pilot killed.
					4855 (MSN 221-95) 2/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  6/1963: Struck off charge.
						Returned to the USAF.
					4856 (MSN 221-96) 12/1956: Transferred to the French AF.  3/18/1964: Struck off charge
					4857 (MSN 221-97) 11/1956: Transferred to the French AF. 13-HM.  13-PM.
						3/18/1964: Struck off charge.
					4858 (MSM 221-98) 3/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  1/27/1962: Struck off charge.
						1/1962: Transferred to the Italian AF.  1973: Struck off charge at Pratica di Mare AB.
						Was preserved at Godega San Urbano.
						Currently preserved at Castel Volturno, Italy with the tail of 55-4869
					4859 (MSN 221-99) 3/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  7/13/1962: Struck off charge.
						7/1962: Transferred to the Italian AF.
						8/28/1967: Crashed near Capo Vieste/Foggia-Cargano/Manfredonia after pilot abandoned aircraft
					4860 (MSN 221-100) 3/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  1/27/1962: Struck off charge.
						1/1962: Transferred to the Italian AF.  1974: Struck off charge at Luni AB.
						1978: Salvaged at Castrette.
					4861 (MSN 221-101) *2/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  6/1963: Struck off charge.
						Returned to the USAF.
					4862 (MSN 221-102) *2/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  6/1963: Struck off charge.
						Returned to the USAF.
					4863 (MSN 221-103) *2/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  7/13/1962: Struck off charge.
						7/1962: Transferred to the Italian AF.
						Currently preserved at Istrana AB, Italy, with the tail of 53-8278.
					4864 (MSN 221-104) *2/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  6/1963: Struck off charge.
						Returned to the USAF.
					4865 (MSN 221-105) 2/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  1/27/1962: Struck off charge.
						1/1962: Transferred to the Italian AF
				4866 (MSN 221-106) to West German AF as non-flying spare.  To Oberpfaffenhausen for
					storage Jul 22, 1957.  SOC Jun 18, 1966.  Transferred to Venezuelan AF,
					Impounded on Curaca Island, Western Antilles during delivery to Venezuela.
					1982: Burnt up in fire training at Albert Plesman APT, Curacao.
				4867/4870 to French AF
					4867 (MSN 221-107) *3/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  3/18/1964: Struck off charge.
					4868 (MSN 221-108) 3/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  1/27/1962: Struck off charge.
						1/1962: Transferred to the Italian AF.  Struck off charge at Pratica di Mare AB.
						Preserved at AMI Museum, Vigna di Valle, Italy
					4869 (MSN 221-109) 4/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  7/13/1962: Struck off charge.
						7/1962: Transferred to the Italian AF.  Was preserved at Godego San Urbano.
						Currently preserved at Maserado sul Petrin, with the tail of 54-1288.
					4870 (MSN 221-110) *4/1957 Transferred to the French AF.   6/1963: Struck off charge.
						Returned to the USAF.
				4871 (MSN 221-111) Transferred to the Italian AF.  9/1963: Struck off charge.
				4872/4873 to French AF
					4872 (MSN 221-112) 6/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  3/18/1964: Struck off charge.
					4873 (MSN 221-113) *3/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  6/1963: Struck off charge.
						Returned to the USAF.
				4874 (MSN 221-114) to Royal Norwegian AF as 54874.  SOC Jan 17, 1968.  Transferred to Venezuelan AF
				4875 (MSN 221-115) to Netherlands AF as Q-875 Apr 1957.  10/30/1964: Struck off charge at Soesterberg AB
				4876 (MSN 221-116) 3/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  6/1963: Struck off charge.
					Returned to the USAF
				4877 (MSN 221-117) Transferred to Netherlands AF as Q-877 May 1957.  10/30/1964: Struck off charge 
					at Soesterberg AB
				4878 (MSN 221-118) to West German AF as non-flying spare.  To Oberpfaffenhausen
					for storage Jul 22, 1957. SOC Jun 18, 1966. Sold to the Venezuelan AF as spare parts.
				4879 (MSN 221-119) 4/1957: Transferred to the French AF.  6/1963: Struck off charge.
					Returned to the USAF.
				4880 (MSN 221-120) to Italian AF
				4881/4882 to West German AF as non-flying spares
					4881 (MSN 221-121) to Oberpfaffenhausen for storage Nov 21, 1956.
						To West German AF Jan 25, 1962, apparently using its
						USAF buzz number (FU-881) as identity.  Noted at Luftwaffenmuseum, Berlin-Gatow.  Reported
						Jan 2007 at Deutsche Technikmuseum, Berlin painted as JD+249.
						Reported Feb 2008 at Berlin-Gatow Museum.
					4882 (MSN 221-122) to Oberpfaffenhausen for storage Oct 24, 1956.  SOC Jun 18, 1966.
						Sold to the Venezuelan AF.  1974: Sold to the Honduran AF as 1100.
						Caza-Bombardeo.  Currently preserved in San Pedro Sula
				4883 (MSN 221-123) *4/1957: Transferred to the French AF 9/28/1959: Crashed near Colmar AB
				4884 (MSN 221-124) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 54884.  Caught fire and crashed while landing 
					at Bodo AB Apr 14, 1964
				4885 (MSN 221-125) to the Netherlands AF as Q-885 apr 1957.  Crashed Jan 28, 1960 near
					Usselo, Netherlands.  Pilot was killed
				4886 (MSN 221-126) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 54886.  *9/19/1961: Ditched into Bliksvaer, Bodo on a 
					night flight. Pilot was killed.
				4887 (MSN 221-127) to the Netherlands AF as Q-887 May 1957.  10/30/1964: Struck off charge
				4888 (MSN 221-128) to Germany as non-flying spare.  To Oberpfaffenhausen
					for storage Jan 28, 1958.  SOC Jun 18, 1966.  Later to 
					Venezuelan AF as spare parts.  Reported 1990 stored in Venezuela.  
				4889 (MSN 221-129) Aeronautica Militare Italiana / Italian Air Force as MM55-4889. 12° Gruppo Caccia, 
					4ª Aerobrigata; code 4-62. The aircraft took off from Gioia del Colle, Bari 30Mar64 to go to Decimomannu, 
					Sardinia following the usual route via Grosseto where it would refuel. Approaching Grosseto at 5,000ft 
					the engine compressor blades detached. Having assessed that the altitude and with clear visibility of the 
					Grosseto runway it would have allowed the pilot to reach it gliding without taking into account that the 
					controls were in hydraulic ‘override’, even if with the help of the battery it still allowed him a good margin 
					of maneuverability on the control column. When he realized that he would not have reached the runway, 
					the pilot decides for an emergency landing along a road that appeared in front of him but, just at that 
					moment, a bus full of children headed for school arrived so that he veered abruptly to the side of the 
					road in an attempt to land on the verge. The impact was violent, killing the pilot. Thirteen occupants of 
					two cars on road SS322 were injured by the explosion.
				4890 (MSN 221-130) transferred to Royal Norwegian AF as 54890.  4/20/1963: Crashed near Svartisen/Glombreen 
					after a collision with F-86K 54-1243. Pilot was killed.
				4891/4894 to Italian AF
					4891 (MSN 221-131) *Transferred to the Italian AF.
						Sep 9, 1969: Crashed near Massafra after a collision with F-86 53-8314.
					4892 (MSN 221-132) Transferred to the Italian AF.  1974: Struck off charge at Luni AB.
						Salvaged at Castrette.
					4893 (MSN 221-133) transferred to Italian AF.  Crashed 26 Nov 1963 near Torre Del Mosto, VE
					4894 (MSN 221-134) transferred to Italian AF.
				4895/4899 to West German AF
					4895 (MSN 221-135) to West German AF as JE+253, JD+253, JD+353.  Later transferred to Venezuelan AF
						as FAV 0002.  Noted WFU Oct 1990
					4896 (MSN 221-136) to West German AF as JE+254, JD+254, JD+354.  later transferred to Venezuelan AF 
						as FAV 0005.  Noted WFU Oct 1990
					4897 (MSN 221-137) to West German AF.  to Oberpfaffenhausen for storage Sep 10, 1957.  Returned to service
						with West German AF Mar 1, 1960 as JE+104. W/o in accident Dec 3, 1960.
						Salvaged at Neubiberg AB.  
					4898 (MSN 221-138) to West German AF as JE+255, JD+255, JD+355.  Later transferred to Venezuelan AF 
						as FAV 0008
					4899 (MSN 221-139) to West German AF as non-flying spare.  To storage at Oberpfaffenhausen
						Jan 28, 1958.  SOC Jun 18, 1966.  Sold to the Venezuelan AF.  1974: Sold to the Honduran AF as 1101.
						Caza-Bombardeo.  Currently preserved in San Pedro Sula
				4900 (MSN 221-140) to the Netherlands AF as Q-900 Apr 1957.  10/30/1964: Struck off charge at Soesterberg AB.
				4901 (MSN 221-141) to West German AF as non-flying spare.  To storage at Oberpfaffenhausen
					Sep 10, 1957.  SOC Jun 18, 1966.  Later transferred to Venezuelan AF.
					Impounded on Curaca Island, Western Antilles during delivery to Venezuela.
					1982: Burnt up in fire training at Albert Plesman APT, Curacao
				4902 (MSN 221-142) to the Netherlands as Q-902 May 1957.  9/26/1964: Struck off charge at Soesterberg AB.
				4903 (MSN 221-143) to Italian AF.  4/16/1959: Crashed near Resana
				4904 (MSN 221-144) to West German AF as non-flying spare, stored at Oberpfaffenhausen Sep 9, 1957.
					SOC Jun 18, 1966 . Sold to the Venezuelan AF.  1974: Sold to the Honduran AF as 1102. “Fake 1100”?
					Caza-Bombardeo.  Was preserved at San Pedro Sula.  Given civilian registration N805S.
 					As FAH-1200 on display at Toncontin at Museo del Aire de Honduras 
				4905/4906 to Italian AF
					4905 (MSN 221-145) *Transferred to the Italian AF.
						6/16/1964: Damaged beyond repair in an accident at Valli di Commacchio. 
					4906 (MSN 221-146) *Transferred to the Italian AF.  5/20/1973: Struck off charge at Rimini AB.
						Nose went to repair 55-4820.
				4907/4936 to West German AF
					4907 (MSN 221-147) Transferred to the West German AF.to Oberpfaffenhausen, Germany for storage Aug 9, 1957.  
						Returned to service Oct 24, 1962 as JD+103 (replacement for 56-4133).
						Later reserialled JD+303.  Transferred to Venezuelan AF as FAV 0011
					4908 (MSN 221-148) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts
						to storage at Oberpfaffenhausen Aug 9, 1957. SOC Jun 18, 1966.  Sold to Venezuelan AF
					4909 (MSN 221-149) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts
						to storage at Oberpfaffenhausen Aug 9, 1957. SOC Jun 18, 1966
					4910 (MSN 221-150) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.to storage at Oberpfaffenhausen Oct 3, 1957. SOC Jun 18, 1966.
						Sold to the Venezuelan AF.  Impounded on Curaca Island, Western Antilles during delivery to Venezuela.
						1982: Burnt up in fire training at Albert Plesman APT, Curacao
					4911 (MSN 221-151) to West German Luftwaffe as JD+109, replacement for
						JD+109 ex 56-4119.  Later reserialled JD+309.  To 
						Venezuelan AF as FAV 0014.  Currently preserved at Museu Aeroespacial,
						Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
					4912 (MSN 221-152) to West German AF as JE+103, later JD+124, later JD+324.  
						Transferred to Venezuelan AF as FAV 0019.
						Noted preserved Jan 1995 at Boca del Rio/Mariscak, Sucre.
					4913 (MSN 221-153) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.
						2/1958: Put into storage at Oberpfaffenhausen.  6/18/1966: Struck off charge.
						Sold to the Venezuelan AF as spare parts.
						Impounded on Curaca Island, Western Antilles during delivery to Venezuela.
						1982: Burnt up in fire training at Albert Plesman APT, Curacao.
					4914 (MSN 221-154) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.
						2/1958: Put into storage at Oberpfaffenhausen.  6/18/1966: Struck off charge.
						Sold to the Venezuelan AF. Currently preserved somewhere in Venezuela?
					4915 (MSN 221-155) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.
						1/1958: Put into storage at Oberpfaffenhausen.  6/18/1966: Struck off charge.
						Sold to the Venezuelan AF.
					4916 (MSN 221-156) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.
						9/1957: Put into storage at Oberpfaffenhausen.  6/18/1966: Struck off charge.
						Sold to the Venezuelan AF as spare parts.  Currently preserved at El Libertador AB.
					4917 (MSN 221-157)  Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.
						9/1957: Put into storage at Oberpfaffenhausen.  6/18/1966: Struck off charge.
						Sold to the Venezuelan AF as spare parts.  Currently preserved at El Libertador AB.
					4918 (MSN 221-158) to West German AF as JD-108, also reported as non-flying spare, later
						to Venezuelan AF
					4919 (MSN 221-159) to West German AF as JD+103 ???  Also reported as non-flying spare, later
						to Venezuelan AF 
					4920 (MSN 221-160) to West German AF as JE+101.  10/20/1960: Struck off charge due to an accident.
					4921 (MSN 221-161) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.
						6/26/1973: Struck off charge at Erding AB.
					4922 (MSN 221-162) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.
						Sold to the Venezuelan AF as spare parts
					4923 (MSN 221-163) to West German AF as JE+123, JD+123, JD+323.  Later transferred to Venezuela 
						as FAV 0026.  Noted WFU Oct 1990
					4924 (MSN 221-164) to West German AF as non-flying spare, later to Venezuelan AF   
					4925 (MSN 221-165) to West German AF Nov 1957 as JE+252, JD+252, JD+352) to Germany.  
						Later transferred to Venezuelan AF as FAV 0028.  Dumped May 1998.
					4926 (MSN 221-166) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.
						Sold to the Venezuelan AF.
					4927 (MSN 221-167) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.
						Sold to the Venezuelan AF as spare parts.
					4928 (MSN 221-168) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.
						Also listed as JD-119.  Was preserved in Neuberg/Donau.  CUrrently preserved somewhere in Italy? 
						Or at Erding AB, Germany?
					4929 (MSN 221-169) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.
						Sold to the Venezuelan AF as spare parts
					4930 (MSN 221-170) to West German AF as JD+101, JE-101, JE-102. JD-125, JD-325??. Also reported as
						non-flying spare.  Later transferred to Venezuela as 0042.
					4931 (MSN 221-171) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.
						Sold to the Venezuelan AF as spare parts.
					4932 (MSN 221-172) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.
						Sold to the Venezuelan AF as spare parts.
					4933 (MSN 221-173) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.
						also listed as JD+109, later transferred to
						Venezuela
					4934 (MSN 221-174) Transferred to the West German AF as a non-flying source of spare parts.
						To the Venezuelan AF as spare parts.
					4935 (MSN 221-175) Transferred to the West German AF as JE-105.  1959: BB-702.
						Assigned as a ground trainer.  7/1960: Struck off charge.
						Then used as an “exposition aircraft”?
					4936 (MSN 221-176) Transferred to the West German AF as JE-106.  1959: BB-703.
						Assigned as a ground trainer to TsLw 1 at Kaufbeuren AB.  Salvaged.
55-4937/4944		Sikorsky H-19D-SI Chickasaw
				For US Army.  Redesignated UH-19D in 1962.  MSNs and delivery dates from Helis.com
				4937 (MSN 55985) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 1, 1956.  Registered N93062, revoked
				4938 (MSN 55986) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 24, 1956
				4939 (MSN 55987) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 24, 1956.  To civilian registry as N62203 with Whisper
					Jet Aug 3, 1993.  Current.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
				4940 (MSN 55988) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 24, 1956
				4941 (MSN 55993) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 4, 1956.  To civilian registry as N6736, expired Sep 30, 2013.
				4942 (MSN 55994) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 2, 1956. 
				4943 (MSN 55995) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 2, 1956.  Regostered N95489, expired Aug 8, 2013.
					Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
					Reported preserved at Milestone of Flight Museum, Fox Airport, Lancaster, CA (but this may be 53-4441)
				4944 (MSN 55996) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 2, 1956.  to MASDC, then to Allied Aircraft Sales yard.  To civil
					registry as N37800, cancelled Sep 20, 2012.
55-4945/4962		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				MSN 580-9905/9922.  For MDAP
				4945 (MSN 580-9905) to Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana Nov56. Preserved and on display at Museo Aeronáutico y del 
					Espacio Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana, Mariscal Sucre AB, Quito, Ecuador
				4950 (MSN 580-9910) to KLu as TR-37 in 1957.  Definitive serial was M-37.  W/o Jun 10, 1971
				4951 (MSN 580-9911) to KLu as TR-38 in 1957.  Definitive serial was M-38.  SOC Dec 20, 1971, to 
					Hellenic AF. As Hellenic Air Force 54951 on display in November 2013 at Elefsis Heritage Park, Greece. 
				4952 (MSN 580-9912) to KLu as TR-41 in 1957.  Definitive serial was M-41.  SOC Mar 17, 1972, to Turkish AF.
				4953 (MSN 580-9913) to Brazilian AF as 4314. Crashed on Oct 22, 1972 in Brazil 
				4954 (MSN 580-9914) to Brazilian AF as 4315. Wfu 
				4955 (MSN 580-9915) to Brazilian AF as 4316. Wfu 
				4956 (MSN 580-9916) to Brazilian AF as 4317. Wfu 
				4957 (MSN 580-9917) to Brazilian AF as 4310. Wfu 
				4958 (MSN 580-9918) to Brazilian AF as 4311. Wfu 
				4959 (MSN 580-9919) to Brazilian AF as 4312. Crashed on Jun 22, 1967 in Brazil 
				4960 (MSN 580-9920) to Brazilian AF as 4313. Preserved at Sao Carlos, SP, Brazil
				4961 (MSN 580-9921) to KLu as TR-39 in 1957.  Definitive serial was M-39.  SOC Mar 12, 1972, to Turkish AF
				4962 (MSN 580-9922) to KLu as TR-40 in 1957.  Definitive serial was M-40.  W/o Feb 20, 1967 at Rucphen, Netherlands.
55-4963/4974		Hiller YH-32-UH Hornet
				4963, 4965 on display at Ft. Rucker, AL
				4966 (MSN 10) noted at Hiller Aviation Museum, San Carlos, CA fall 2003
				4968 assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Nov 30, 1956 to Nov 6, 1958.
					Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA
				4969 (MSN 12) at Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA 
				4970 assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Nov 30, 1956 to Nov 6, 1958.
					Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA
55-4975/4982		Hiller YH-32-UH
				Cancelled contract
55-4983/5047		North American F-86F-40-NA Sabre
				MSN 227-216/280.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
				4983 (MSN 227-216) to Pakistan AF
				4984 (MSN 227-217) to Pakistan AF
				4985 (MSN 227-218) to Pakistan AF
				4986 (MSN 227-219) to Pakistan AF
				4987 (MSN 227-220) to Pakistan AF
				4988 (MSN 227-221) to Pakistan AF
				4989 (MSN 227-222) to Pakistan AF
				4990 (MSN 227-223) to Pakistan AF
				4991 (MSN 227-224) to Pakistan AF
				4992 (MSN 227-225) to Pakistan AF
				4993 (MSN 227-226) to Pakistan AF.  Preserved Fazel-e-Haq College
				4994 (MSN 227-227) to Pakistan AF
				4995 (MSN 227-228) to Pakistan AF
				4996 (MSN 227-229) to Pakistan AF.  Preserved Rani Bagh, Hyderabad
				4997 (MSN 227-230) to Pakistan AF
				4998 (MSN 227-231) to Pakistan AF.  26 Squadron.  Currently preserved at Faisal AB.
				4999 (MSN 227-232) to Pakiatan AF
				5000 (MSN 227-233) to Pakistan AF
				5001 (MSN 227-234) to Pakistan AF.  Preserved Peshawar in front of Municipal Court building
				5002 (MSN 227-235) to Pakistan AF
				5003 (MSN 227-236) to Pakistan AF
				5004 (MSN 227-237) to Pakistan AF.  Transferred to Republic of China AF as F-86422
				5005 (MSN 227-238) to Pakistan AF - scored Pakistan's first jet kill - on display at Peshawar Air Base, Pakistan.
					Not sure if this is ex-USAF 55-5005 but a PAF serial instead, but MSN quoted seems to tie up
					with the USAF serial.
				5006 (MSN 227-239) to Pakistan AF.  Transferred to South Korean AF
				5007 (MSN 227-240) to Pakistan AF
				5008 (MSN 227-241) to Pakistan AF
				5009 (MSN 227-242) to Pakistan AF.  Transferred to Republic of China AF as F-86430
				5010 (MSN 227-243) to Pakistan AF
				5011 (MSN 227-244) to Pakistan AF.  Returned to the USAF.  Converted to QF-86F drone, as 11
				5012 (MSN 227-245) to Pakistan AF
				5013 (MSN 227-246) to Pakistan AF
				5014 (MSN 227-247) to Pakistan AF.  Transferred to the Republic of China AF as F-86442.  Returned to the USAF.
					Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet, as 053.
					Currently preserved in El Cajon, CA.  Rear fuselage used to restore 55-5035 in Alabama.
				5015 (MSN 227-248)  to Pakistan AF
				5016 (MSN 227-249) to Pakistan AF.  Also noted as in storage at NAF China Lake, CA ?
				5017 (MSN 227-250) to Pakistan AF.  Transferred to Republic of China AF.  Returned to USAF.
					Converted Sep 1980 to QF-86F drone. Transferred to US Navy as 555017.   Shot down with AIM-9M at China Lake, CA Mar 11, 1981.
				5018 (MSN 227-251) to Pakistan AF
				5019 (MSN 227-252) to Republic of China AF.  Returned to USAF.  Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet, as 054
					Currently preserved at Inyokern, CA
				5020 (MSN 227-253) to Republic of China AF as F-86053.  Currently preserved at Taoyuan AB, Taiwan
				5021 (MSN 227-254) to Republic of China AF.  Returned to the USAF.
					Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet.
				5022 (MSN 227-255)  to Pakistan AF
				5023 (MSN 227-256) To Republic of China AF.  returned to USAF. Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet. 
				5024 (MSN 227-257) to Pakistan AF
				5025 (MSN 227-258) to Pakistan AF
				5026 (MSN 227-259) to Republic of China AF. Returned to USAF.  Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet
					Stored at NAS China Lake and went to Budd McGhee Air Park collection at Inyokern.
					Moved to WPAFB and then delivered to AMARC Apr 2006.  now at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.  
				5027 (MSN 227-260) to Pakistan AF.  Transferred to Royal Thai AF.  1233
				5028 (MSN 227-261) to Pakistan AF
				5029 (MSN 227-262) to Pakistan AF
				5030 (MSN 227-263) to Pakistan AF
				5031 (MSN 227-264) to Pakistan AF
				5032 (MSN 227-265) to Republic of China AF as F-86441.  Returned to USAF.
					Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet, as 041.  Preserved at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH
				5033 (MSN 227-266) to Pakistan AF
				5034 (MSN 227-267) to Pakistan AF.  Transferred to Republic of China AF.  Returned to USAf
					Transferred to US Navy as spare part for the QF-86F drone fleed as 052.
				5035 (MSN 227-268)  to Republic of China AF as F-86423, returned to USAF. Transferred to US Navy as spare parts for the	
					QF-86F drone fleet as 052  Noted Mar 2004 at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham,
					AL falsely painted as '12910', was restored using rear fuselage of 55-5014
					Stored at NAS China Lake and went to Southern Museum of Flight.
					Moved to WPAFB and then delivered to AMARC
				5036 (MSN 227-269) to Pakistan AF.  Transferred to Republic of Korea AF.  To AMARC Mar 2006 afer
					being stored at Inyokern, CA
				5037 (MSN 227-270) to Pakistan AF
				5038 (MSN 227-271) to Pakistan AF
				5039 (MSN 227-272) to Pakistan AF
				5040 (MSN 227-273) to Pakistan AF
				5041 (MSN 227-274) to Pakistan AF
				5042 (MSN 227-275) to Pakistan AF
				5043 (MSN 227-276) to Pakistan AF
				5044 (MSN 227-277) to Pakistan AF
				5045 (MSN 227-278) to Pakistan AF
				5046 (MSN 227-279) to Pakistan AF
				5047 (MSN 227-280) transferred to Republic of China AF.  Returned to USAF.  converted 1990 to QF-86F.  NWC as 840
55-5048/5117		North American F-86F-40-NA Sabre
				MSN 231-1/70.  Assembled by Mitsubishi from NAA-built components.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
				To JASDF as 62-7701/7705, 72-7706/7770
				5048 (MSN 231-1) to JASDF as 62-7701.  Returned to USAF, converted Aug 1981 to QF-86F for US Navy as 555048.  NWC as 818
					W/o at NAF China Lake, CA Mar 9, 1984
				5049 (MSN 231-2) to JASDF as 62-7702.  1976: 8th Squadron.  Preserved at Mitsubishi factory, Komaki, Japan
				5050 (MSN 231-3) to JASDF as 62-7703
				5051 (MSN 231-4) to JASDF as 62-7704.  1973: 6th FS.   1975: 8th FS.   3/13/1975: Crashed into the sea due to engine failure
				5052 (MSN 231-5) to JASDF as 62-7705.  1973-76: 10th Squadron.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 555052.  
					NWC as 820.  W/o at NAF China Lake, CA Apr 11, 1984.
				5053 (MSN 231-6) to JASDF as 72-7706.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 555053.  NWC as 16 and 819
					PMTC as 37
				5054 (MSN 231-7) to JASDF as 72-7707. 5/21/1958: Crashed on the Kumanonada Bombing Range, Mie Prefecture after a collision with F-86F 72-7728.
				5055 (MSN 231-8) to JASDF as 72-7708.  Preserved at Shishiku Kogen, Japan
				5056 (MSN 231-9) to JASDF as 72-7709.  4th Squadron.   1976-81: Flew with the Blue Impulse acrobatic team.  3/1981: Withdrawn from use.
					Returned to USAF, converted Feb 1984 to QF-86F drone and transferred to US Navy.  NWC as 844.  
					W/o at NAF China Lake, CA Jun 6, 1985.
				5057 (MSN 231-10) to JASDF as 72-7710.  Returned to USAF, converted Jul 1986 to QF-86F drone and 
					transferred to US Navy as 555057 and operated by Pacific Missile Test Center at Point Mugu, CA as 33.
				5058 (MSN 231-11) to JASDF as 72-7711.  Returned to USAF, converted Dec 1986 to QF-86F drone for US Navy.  NWC as 891.
				5059 (MSN 231-12) to JASDF as 72-7712.  1957: 2nd FW.  5/20/1957: Ran out of fuel and crashed near Chitose AB.
				5060 (MSN 231-13) to JASDF as 72-7713.  1961: 3rd FS, 2nd FW.  w/o 6 Apr 1961 near Shimokita Peninsula in the 
					Yuubari Mountains in bad weather. in mid-air with 92-7884 (57-6341).  Pilot was killed.
				5061 (MSN 231-14) to JASDF as 72-7714.  1967: 8th Squadron
				5062 (MSN 231-15) to JASDF as 72-7715.  5/20/1959: Crashed into Urausuyama Mountain, Hokkaidou in bad weather. Pilot was killed? 
				5063 (MSN 231-16) to JASDF as 72-7716.  2nd FS, 1st FW
				5064 (MSN 231-17) to JASDF as 72-7717.  Crashed Dec 17. 1957 near Obihiro, Hokkaidou
				5065 (MSN 231-18) to JASDF as 72-7718.
				5066 (MSN 231-19) to JASDF as 72-7719.  Overran runday Jun 10, 1957 and w/o
				5067 (MSN 231-20) to JASDF as 72-7720.  
				5068 (MSN 231-21) to JASDF as 77-7721
				5069 (MSN 231-22) to JASDF as 72-7722.  Returned to USAF, converted Jul 1987 to QF-86F for US Navy as 555069. NWC as 897
				5070 (MSN 231-23) to JASDF as 72-7723.  Preserved at Gifa AB Museum, Japan
				5071 (MSN 231-24) to JASDF as 72-7724.  
				5072 (MSN 231-25) to JASDF as 72-7725.  Returned to USAF, converted Jul 1987 to QF-86F for US Navy as 555072.  NWC as 898
				5073 (MSN 231-26) to JASDF as 72-7726.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 555073.  On takeoff the engine failed and
					the pilot managed to direct the plane to crash 600 yards from Ridgecrest Heights Elementary School in
					Ridgecrest CA Aug 13, 1979.  Pilot was killed.  The school was later renamed Faller Elementary in honor
					of the pilot.
				5074 (MSN 231-27) to JASDF as 72-7727. 1977: 8th Squadron.  6th Squadron.  Preserved at Tosu, Japan
				5075 (MSN 231-28) to JASDF as 72-7728.  5/21/1958: Crashed on the Kumanonada Bombing Range, Mie Prefecture after a collision with F-86F 72-7707. 
				5076 (MSN 231-29) to JASDF as 72-7729.  1966: 6th FS (8th FW).
					12/13/1966: Crashed in Ooita Prefecture after a collision with F-86F 02-7989
				5077 (MSN 231-30) to JASDF as 72-7730.  1968: 7th FS (4th FW).
					1/17/1968: Crashed near Tashiro Touge, Yamagata Prefecture (or near Naruko in Miyagi Prefecture?). Pilot was killed
				5078 (MSN 231-31) to JASDF as 72-7731. 1976: 3rd Squadron.  WFU Jun 1979.  Returned to USAF, converted 
					Apr 1986 to QF-86F drone for US Navy.  NWC as 882.  W/o Sep 29 1987 at NAF China Lake, CA
				5079 (MSN 231-32) to JASDF as 72-7732.  
				5080 (MSN 231-33) to JASDF as 72-7733
				5081 (MSN 231-34) to JASDF as 72-7734. 1966 2nd FS.  Crashed Or Aug 9, 1966.
				5082 (MSN 231-35) to JASDF as 72-7735.  1971: 5th Squadron.  1971-72: 1st Air Wing Detachment Matsushima.
					Returned to USAF, converted OCt 1984 to QF-86F drone for US Navy.  PMTC as 30.  SOC Feb 27, 1985
					Rear fuselage used on 52-4758, presumably rest of the airframe
					was scrapped.
				5083 (MSN 231-36) to JASDF as 72-7736.  1967: 1st FS.  Crashed Apr 1, 1967 Or
				5084 (MSN 231-37) to JASDF as 72-7737.  W/o Sep 8, 1967.  Returned to USAF.  
					Transferred to the US Navy as spare parts for the QF-86F drone fleet, as 049
				5085 (MSN 231-38) to JASDF as 72-7738.  3rd FS
				5086 (MSN 231-39) to JASDF as 72-7739.  7th AF
				5087 (MSN 231-40) to JASDF as 72-7740.  Returned to USAF, converted Jan 1981 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 555087.
					PMTC as 35.  SOC Aug 17, 1983 at NAF China Lake, CA
				5088 (MSN 231-41) to JASDF as 72-7741. 1970: 3rd FS (81st FW).
					10/14/1970: Crashed into the sea off Hachinohe, Aomori Prefecture. Pilot was killed.
				5089 (MSN 231-42) to JASDF as 72-7742.
				5090 (MSN 231-43) to JASDF as 72-7743.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 555090
					Also noted as preserved at the Town Museum in Kouda
				5091 (MSN 231-44) to JASDF as 72-7744.  Returned to USAF, converted Jul 1987 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 555091.
					NWC as 899.
				5092 (MSN 231-45) to JASDF as 72-7745. 1964: 3rd FS.  Crashed Jul 23, 1964  Location ?
				5093 (MSN 231-46) to JASDF as 72-7746
				5094 (MSN 231-47) to JASDF as 72-7747.  1977: 3rd FS (81st FW).  Apr 11, 1977: Exploded in mid-air and crashed. Pilot was killed.
				5095 (MSN 231-48) to JASDF as 72-7748.  1st FS, 1st FW. Returned to USAF, converted Feb 1984 to QF-86F 
					drone for US Navy as 555095.  PMTC.  SOC Jan 19, 1985
				5096 (MSN 231-49) to JASDF as 72-7749.  1980: 6th FS.  WFU Jun 1980.  Was preserved at Hammamatsu AB.
					Currently preserved at Ryuuyou Sodeura Park in Iwata City.
					Also listed as returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 555096
				5097 (MSN 231-50) to JASDF as 72-7750.  Returned to USAF, converted Jan 1981 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 555097. NWC as 816
					 Shot down by an AIM-54 in a test near NAF China Lake, CA Sep 6, 1982
				5098 (MSN 231-51) to JASDF as 72-7751.  Returned to USAF, converted Apr 1985 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 555098.  NWC as 867.
					SDOC Aug 15, 1986 at NAF China Lake, CA
				5099 (MSN 231-52) to JASDF as 72-7752. 1975: 7th Squadron.  WFU Jul 1979.  Returned to USAF, 
					converted Jun 185 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 555099.  NWC as 871.  SOC Sep 9, 1986 at NAF China Lake, CA
				5100 (MSN 231-53) to JASDF as 72-7753.  1958: 3rd FS (2nd FW).  3/29/1958: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.
					Was preserved at the Defense University.  Was preserved in Yunotani, Kita Uonuma County.
					Currently preserved in Uonuma City, Niigata Prefecture.
				5101 (MSN 231-54) to JASDF as 72-7754.  Returned to USAF, converted Aug 1988 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 555101.
					PMTC.  NWC as 808.  SOC Dec 6, 1988.
				5102 (MSN 231-55) to JASDF as 72-7755. 1975; 1st Squadron.  Returned to USAF, converted Apr 1985 to QF-86F 
					drone for US Navy as 555102.  NWC as 866. PMTC as 33.  W/o Dec 17, 2986 at NAF China Lake, CA
				5103 (MSN 231-56) to JASDF as 72-7756.  1971: 1st Squadron.  1976: 7th Squadron.  12/1977: Withdrawn from use.
					Returned to USAF, converted Apr 1987 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 555103.  PMTC
				5104 (MSN 231-57) to JASDF as 72-7757.  1969: 10th FS (8th FW).  May 11, 1969: Crashed near Yarigasaki Mountain near Hirata, 
					Shimane Prefecture after a collision with F-86Fs 92-7909 and 92-7933. Pilot was killed.
				5105 (MSN 231-58) to JASDF as 72-7758. 1976: HQ Squadron Iruma AB.  Returned to USAF, converted Oct 1980
					to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 555105.  PMTC. SOC Jun 18, 1982.
				5106 (MSN 231-59) to JASDF as 72-7759.  1973: 3rd FS.  Jul 9, 1973: Crashed into the sea off Hachinohe, Aomori Prefecture
				5107 (MSN 231-60)  to JASDF as 72-7760.  6th FS, 8th FW.
				5108 (MSN 231-61) to JASDF as 72-7761.  1964: 7th FW.
					10/29/1964: Crashed into the sea off Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture after a collision with F-86F 82-7792. Pilot was killed.
				5109 (MSN 231-62) to JASDF as 72-7762.  W/o Jun 13, 1959
				5110 (MSN 231-63) to JASDF as 72-7763.  Returned to USAF, converted May 1984 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 555110.
					NWC as 849.  W/o at NAF China Lake, CA May 24, 1985.
				5111 (MSN 231-64) to JASDF as 72-7764.  Returned to USAF, converted Feh 1982 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 555111. 
					NWC as 821.  W/o at NAF China Lake, CA Jul 1, 1983.
				5112 (MSN 231-65) to JASDF as 72-7765.  Returned to USAF, converted Dec 1980 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 555112. 
					7/26/1982: Shot down by an F-14 with an AIM-7M near NAF China Lake, CA. 
				5113 (MSN 231-66) to JASDF as 72-7766.  Crashed Jul 1, 1969 into the sea off Misawa City, Aomori Prefecture.
				5114 (MSN 231-67) to JASDF as 72-7767.  Returned to USAF, converted Oct 1982 to QF-86F drone for US Navy as 555114
					NWC as 838.  PMTC as 32.  SOC Oct 12, 1984 at NAF China Lake, CA
				5115 (MSN 231-68) to JASDF as 72-7768. 1966 4th FW.   Crashed Nov 28, 1966 near Amagamori/Misawa, Aomori Prefecture. Pilot was killed.
				5116 (MSN 231-69) to JASDF as 72-7769.  Peserved at Jitsugyo High School, Miyazaki, Japan
				5117 (MSN 231-70) to JASDF as 72-7770.  1976: 7th Squadron.
55-5118/5120		North American F-107A-NA
				MSN 212-1/3.  Redesignated as JF-107A on delivery to USAF at Inglewood, CA
				5118 (MSN 212-1) first flight Sep 10, 1956 at Edwards AFB, CA. It went supersonic on its first flight, 
					although there was some minor damage upon landing when the drag chute malfunctioned and the aircraft 
					overran the end of the concrete runway and ended up in a ditch. The aircraft was quickly repaired 
					and flew again three days later. Bailed to North American Aviation to the charge of the AFFTC at 
					Edwards AFB, CA 6Nov57. Loaned to NACA (National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics) High Speed 
					Flight Section, Dryden. Assigned Dec57 as NACA 207. Redesignated as F-107A. Four flights completed 
					with NACA Nov57 to Jun58. Exhibited at Edwards AFB open house 1958 in full USAF color scheme plus 
					NACA yellow tail band and logo. Returned to North American Aviation 25Jun58. WFU. Storage 
					with the AFFTC 21Aug58. SOC by the USAF to NASA 24Jun59. Fitted with the rear fuselage of 
					55-5120 c1960s. Stored in the Tallmantz yard at Orange County, CA [noted Oct70]. USAF Museum 
					Loan Program; on loan to Pima County Museum, Tucson, AZ. On display at Pima Air & Space Museum.
				5119 (MSN 212-2) Originally ordered as F-100B but constructed as F-107A
					first flight Nov 28, 1956. Ca,12/56: TOS USAF as JF-107. Assigned to AFFTC, Edwards AFB, CA. 
					Used for weapons testing with conventional weapons and atomic bombs. Fitted with 4 20mm M39 cannon.  
					F-107 program ended Mar 22, 1957.  Flown to Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH. Donated to the USAF Museum 25Nov57. 
					10/17/70: Towed to new USAF Museum facility at Wright-Field, Wright-Patterson AFB for storage until new museum completed.
					8/4/71: Museum open, displayed outdoors.
					Exhibited in the Research & Development Gallery at the National Museum of the United States 
					Air Force, Wright-Patterson AFB
				5120 (MSN 212-3) first flight Dec 10, 1956.  Bailed to North American Aviation to the charge of the 
					AFFTC at Edwards AFB, CA 6Nov57. Loaned to NACA (National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics) 
					High Speed Flight Section, Dryden. Used for variable duct research and side-stick evaluation 
					42 flights completed with NACA 25Jul58 to Aug59. Exhibited at Edwards AFB open house 17May59. 
					SOC by the USAF to NASA 24Jun59. Written off after an accident at Edwards AFB, CA 1Sep59. 
					Due to excessive stick forces the aircraft failed to rotate on take-off, and during the 
					subsequent abort both nose gear and port main tyres blew. Fire developed from the brake pack. 
					It took some time for the fire trucks to find the aircraft, during which time it was taxied 
					around the desert to try to stop the fire spreading to the wing fuel tanks. This had to be 
					done on instruments as smoke entering the cockpit from the pressurisation system reduced 
					visibility. Exhibited at Edwards AFB open house 22May60. Returned to USAF 3 Jun 60? It was 
					cut up and its fuselage shipped to Sheppard AFB, Texas where it was used as a fire fighting 
					training aid and destroyed in that role sometime in 1961 or 1962. 
55-5121/5126		Cancelled contract for F-107A
				MSN 212-4/9
55-5127/5131		Vertol H-21B-PH Workhorse
				Sold to France
				5127 (MSN B-162) delivered Oct 2, 1956 by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French Navy as 31F-3 in Algeria
					and to French ALAT as FR15.  SOC May 17, 1968 and scrapped at Valence, France in 1968.
				5128 (MSN B-163) delivered Nov 13, 1956 by aircraft carier DIXMUDE to French Navy as 31F-4 in Algeria
					ant to French ALAt as FR16.  SOC May 17, 1968 and scrapped at Valence, France in 1968
				5129 (MSN B-164) delivered Nov 13, 1956 by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French Navy as 31F-5 in Algeria but
					also FR17.  W/o at Djebel Tebak Jan 25, 1957.  5 KIA
					Report that this helicopter was seen in South Carolina in 1962.
				5130 (MSN B-165) delivered Nov 13, 1956 by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French Navy as 31F-6 in Algeria but
					also FR18.  W/o at Dielfa Apr 3, 1957.
				5131 (MSN B-166) delivered Nov 13, 1956 by aircraft carrier DIXMUDE to French Navy as 31F-7 in Algeria and
					to French ALAT as FR19.  SOC May 17, 1968 and scrapped at Valence, France in 1969.
55-5132/5134		Convair XSM-65A Atlas missiles
				5132 #1A
				5133 #2A
				5134 #3A
55-5135/5154		Convair XSM-65A missiles.  Contract cancelled
55-5155/5234		Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
				KAC1001/1080.  Assembled by Kawasaki for JASDF.
				5157 (MSN KAC1003) to JASDF as 61-5223. W/o May 28, 1963  Location ?
				5172 (MSN KAC1018) to JASDF as 71-5238. W/o 1 Sep 1968 off Japanese coast
				5180 (MSN KAC1026) to JASDF as 71-5246. W/o 11 Apr 1962   Location ?
				5191 (MSN KAC1037) to JASDF as 71-5257. W/o Apr 22, 1959  Location ?
				5196 (MSN KAC1042). As Japan Air Self Defense Force 71-5242 based at Hyakuri Air Base in February 1987 and        
					preserved at Ishioka-shi in November 2015.
				5208 (MSN KAC1054) with Japan Air Self Defense Force as 71-5254 and preserved at Hamamatsu in Oct 2013. 
				5233 (MSN KAC1079). As 14-8217 with Japan Air Self-Defence Force noted preserved at Komatsu Air Base in November 1993 and now on 
					display in sports-park at Ukiha-shi
55-5235/5240		Sikorsky H-19D-3 Chickasaw
				For US Army.  Redesignated UH-19D in 1962.  
				5235 to N37786 Orlando Helicopter Airways Inc, Orlando, FL by 01JAN78
					tTo civilian registry as N37786 with Whisper Jet Aug 5, 1993, current
				5238 to MASDC, then to Allied Aircraft Sales yard
				5239 (MSN 551021) delivered to US Army as H-19D-3 ca 1956.  
					9/18/62: Redesignated UH-13D.
					UNK: United States Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL.
					By 5/96: USS Battleship Alabama Memorial Park, Mobile, AL.
					5/09: Scrapped after sustaining hurricane damage.
				5240 (MSN 551046) registered N46912 to Chicago Civil Defense Corp Jan 21, 1972.  Cancelled May 9 1977.  Reregistered N443FD
					Aug 7, 2000, expired Jan 31, 2015.
55-5241/5261		Sikorsky H-34A-SI
				Ex USMC HUS-1 Seahorse helicopters transferred to US Army
				Ex USMC HUS-1 Seahorse Bu. Nos 143963, 143975, 144644, 144647, 145745,148056/148063, 144630, 144642, 144642, 144643,
					144648, 144653, 145730, 145732, 145732, 145733,145736, 145741, 145746, 143976, 143978, 143983 respectively.
				5241 (MSN 58-541) ex BuNo 143963.  To Air America as H-D Dec 20, 1960.  Got into a downdrift during takeoff 
					and crashed into trees in Laos Jan 22, 1961. Pilot OK.
				5242 ex BuNo 143975.  To Air America as H-C Dec 20, 1960.  Lost in Laos Oct 21, 1961.
				5243 ex BuNo 144644.  To Air America as H-A Dec 20, 1960.  To Vietnam AF, then to Royal Thai AF.
				5244 ex BuNo 144647.  To Air America as H-B Dec 20, 1960.  To International Control Commission as CIC-5 May 27, 1963.
					To Laotioan AF in 1969.
				5245 ex BuNo 145745.  To Air America as H-E Feb 2, 1961.  To Vietnam AF Apr 15, 1963.  W/o Nov 26, 1965.
				5246 (MSN 58-1166) ex BuNo 148054. To Air America as H-F in 1961. Destroyed in Vietcong rocket attack at 
					Luang Prabang, Laos Feb 2, 1967.
 				5247 ex BuNo 148063.  To Air America as H-G Mar 17, 1961.  Crashed during landing after entering a cloud at Pa 
					Doung, Laos May 30, 1961. 2 KIA, 2 injured.
				5248 ex BuNo 144630.  To Air America as H-K Mar 29, 1961.  Crashed due tail rotor failure in Laos May 15, 1961. All 3 POW.
				5249 ex BuNo 144642.  To Air America as H-L Mar 29, 1961.  Returned to US Navy as UH-34D Apr 15, 1963, then to Vietnam AF Apr 17, 1963.
				5250 ex BuNo 144643.  To Air America as H-M Mar 29, 1961.  Returned to US Navy as UH-34D Apr 15, 1963, then to Vietnam AF Apr 17, 1963.
				5251 ex BuNo 144648.  To Air America as H-N Mar 29, 1961.  Returned to US Navy as UH-34D Apr 15, 1963.  To Vietnam AF Apr 17, 1963, 
					w/o Jun 7, 1966.
				5252 ex BuNo 144653.  To Air America as H-O Mar 29, 1961.  Returned to US Navy as UH-34D Apr 15, 1963.  To Vietnam AF Apr 17, 1963.
					W/o Nov 30, 1968 in Laos
				5253 ex BuNo 145730.  To Air America as H-P Mar 29, 1961.  Lost in Laos Aug 9, 1961.
				5254 ex BuNo 145732.  To Air America as H-Q Mar 29, 1961  Lost in Laos Apr 5, 1961.
				5255 ex BuNo 145733.  To Air America as H-R.  To Vietnam AF
				5256 ex BuNo 145736.  To Air America as H-S Mar 29, 1961.  Returned to US Navy as UH-34D Apr 15, 1963.  To Vietnam AF Apr 17, 1963.
					W/o Aug 14, 1964
				5257 ex BuNo 145741.  To Air America as H-T Mar 29, 1961.  Returned to US Navy as UH-34D Apr 15, 1963.  To Vietnam AF Apr 17, 1963
					and W/o Feb 27, 1970.
				5258 ex BuNo 145746.  To Air America as H-U Mar 29, 1961.  Lost in Thailand Oct 3, 1961.
				5259 ex BuNo 143976.  To Air America as H-H Mar 29, 1961.  Lost in Laos Jul 27, 1961.
				5260 ex BuNo 143978.  To Air America as H-I Mar 29, 1961.  Lost in Laos Apr 19, 1961.
				5261 ex BuNo 143983.  To Air America as H-J Mar 29, 1961.  Returned o US Navy Apr 16, 1961.  To Vietnam AF Apr 17, 1963.  W/o Nov 18, 1968.
				Some converted to H-34B and H-34C.
				Redesignated CH-34A,CH-34B,CH-34C in 1962.
				Some others to VH-34A
55-5262/5268		Lockheed EC-121H-LO
				Ex-USN WV-2s transferred to USAF
				5262 ex BuNo 141289 MSN 1049A-4413.  Crashed off Chatham, MA 40 min after takeoff
					from Otis AFB Nov 11, 1966 due to engine problem.  19 killed.
				5263 ex BuNo 141291 MSN 1049A-4415.  To MASDC for storage Dec 1969.  Scrapped there Jul 1974.
				5264 ex BuNo 141300 MSN 1049A-4424.  To storage at MASDC Dec 1969 and scrapped sometime 
					prior to Jul 1974.
				5265 ex BuNo 141302 MSN 1049A-4426.  Scrapped prior to Jul 1974.
				5266 ex BuNo 141333 MSN 1049A-4457.   Scrapped at MASDC Sep 17, 1976.
				5267 ex BuNo 141318 MSN 1049A-4442.  To storage at MASDC by Nov 1969
				5268 ex BuNo 141327 MSN 1049A-4451.  WFU Dec 1969.



55-138317			North American T-28B Trojan
				ex-USN BuNo 138317 transferred to USAF.  To Khymer Air Force in
					Laos.  Now on civilian registry with Dale Matuska as N28NE.  N5528B reserved Jan 2002.

* Data on transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com