Recent Updates to List of US Navy Serial Numbers



Last revised July 13, 2019


07709 Stearman N2S-3 MSN MSN 75-7313. Registration N1035M cancelled 
on April 25, 2019 and to G-WWLK with The Wing 
Walk Company, Headcorn, Kent. 
134589 A-1H Skyraider MSN 9819. Served with VA-145 coded NK-504. 
Struck off charge on April 16, 1968 and transferred to 
USAF. 
138343 T-28B Trojan MSN 200-414. N343NA cancelled on February 21, 
2019 on export to France. Current as F-AYSL 
registered to Jean Vitte and based at Nangis 
153405 UH-46D Sea Knight MSN 2224. Active in November 2000 with HC-6 at 
Chambers Field, Norfolk, Virginia coded HW-00. 
160843 T-44A Pegasus MSN LL-5. Active in May 2019 with VT-31 at NAS 
Corpus Christi, Texas coded G-443. 
160968 T-44A Pegasus MSN LL-20. Active in May 2019 with VT-31 at NAS 
Corpus Christi, Texas coded G-420. 
162020 TH-57C Sea Ranger MSN 3699. Active in May 2008 with HT-8 at NAS 
Whiting Field, Florida coded E-130 and still active in 
June 2019. 
162228 EA-6B Prowler MSN P114. VMAQ-2 disbanded at MCAS Cherry 
Point, North Carolina on March 8, 2019 and EA-6B 
coded CY-04 now preserved at the Frontiers of Flight 
Museum, Dallas, Texas. 
162230 EA-6B Prowler MSN P116. VMAQ-2 disbanded at MCAS Cherry 
Point, North Carolina on March 8, 2019 and EA-6B 
coded CY-02 now on display at the Smithsonian 
National Air and Space Museum. 
162802 E-2C Hawkeye Active in June 1990 with VAW-212 coded AG-602 
aboard USS Dwight D. Eisenhower with Carrier Air 
Wing 7. 
162816 TH-57C Sea Ranger MSN 3841. Active in March 2013 with HT-8 at NAS 
Whiting Field, Florida coded E-130. 
164247 F/A-18C-33-MC Hornet MSN 1010/C230. In September 2008 active with 
VMFA-122 at MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina coded 
DC-00. Active in March 2019 coded SH-162 with 
VMFAT-101 at NAS Miramar, California. 
164562 AV-8B+-19-MC Harrier II Plus MSN 247. Active in May 2018 with VMA-231 at 
MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina coded CG-01. 
164889 F/A-18C Block 42 Hornet MSN 1221/C350. Active in August 2006 with VMFA- 
312 at MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina coded AC- 
200. Active in July 2019 recoded as NA-200. 
165247 CH-53E Super Stallion MSN 65-641. Active in March 2018 with HMH-464 at 
MCAS New River, North Carolina coded EN-24. 
165922 F/A-18F Super Hornet MSN F068. Active in July 2003 with VFA-122 coded 
NE-106 at NAS Lemoore, California. By May 2013 
recoded as NJ-150.. 
165930 F/A-18F Super Hornet MSN F076. Active in October 2010 with VFA-122 
coded NJ-111 at NAS Lemoore, California. Recoded 
as NJ-116 by April 2017. 
166049 T-6B Texan II MSN PN-40. Active in June 2019 with TAW-5 at 
NAS Whiting Field, Florida coded E-049. 
166129 T-6B Texan II MSN PN-120. Active in May 2019 with TAW-5 at 
NAS Whiting Field, Florida coded E-129. 
166148 T-6B Texan II MSN PN-139. Active in June 2019 with TAW-5 at 
NAS Whiting Field, Florida coded E-148. 
166165 T-6B Texan II MSN PN-156. Active in June 2019 with TAW-5 at 
NAS Whiting Field, Florida coded E-165. 
166233 T-6B Texan II MSN PN-224. Active in November 2017 with TAW-5 
at NAS Whiting Field, Florida coded E-129. 
166454 F/A-18F Super Hornet MSN F089. Active in July 2018 with VFA-32 at NAS 
Oceana, Virginia coded AC-113. 
166892 F/A-18F Super Hornet MSN F234. Active in March 2016 with VFA-102 
coded NF-114 with Carrier Air Wing 5 aboard USS 
Ronald Reagan. 
169140 EA-18G Growler MSN G131. Active in May 2019 with VAQ-129 at 
NAS Whidbey Island, Washington coded NJ-576. 
169653 F/A-18F Super Hornet MSN F283. Active in April 2019 with VFA-106 at 
NAS Oceana, Virginia coded AD-251 
169654 F/A-18F Super Hornet MSN F284. Active in April 2019 with VFA-106 at 
NAS Oceana, Virginia coded AD-250 
3137 (MSN 4227) to US Navy Norfolk Mar 07, 1942 - VR-7 Aug 21, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - VRS-1 Jan 1946 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC49789 (No details, probably for export)
Registered as NC49789. The Babb Company, Glendale, CA. Registration cancelled 17Aug49. Mutual Defense Assistance Program as 49-26xx. Rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, Glendale, CA. Royal Hellenic Air Force as 49-26xx.

01983 (MSN 4439) to US Marine Corps Jun 11, 1942 - MAW-1/VMJ-152 Jun 15, 1942 - VMJ-153 Sep 14, 1942 - VJM-353
					Mar 18, 1943 - NOP Anacostia - SOC Jul 31, 1946. To civilian registry as NC15587 (Bruning Aviation Inc, 
					Hamden, MS - Aviation Parts Inc, NYC Nov 09, 1948 - Regina Cargo Airlines, NYC Apr 14, 1949. NLR.
The Babb Company, Glendale, CA. Registration cancelled Aug49. Mutual Defense Assistance Program as 49-26xx. Rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, Glendale, CA. Royal Hellenic Air Force as 49-26xx.

05060 (MSN 4660) to US Navy Aug 29, 1942 - VR-3 - Roanoke Oct 1944 - VR-3 Jan 1945 - SOC Oct
					31, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC30086 (No details), cancelled.
Registered as NC30086. The Babb Company, Glendale, CA. Registration cancelled 22Aug49. Mutual Defense Assistance Program as 49-26xx. Rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, Glendale, CA. Royal Hellenic Air Force as 49-26xx.

05070 (MSN 4762) to US Navy Oct 07, 1942 - VR-3 - VRF-3 Jan 1944 - Patuxent
					River Apr 1946 - SOC Nov 30, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC2627 (Socony Vacuum Oil). Cancelled, NLR
					but sometimes reported as YV-C-AVG (See 05072).
The Babb Company, Glendale, CA. Registration cancelled Aug49. Mutual Defense Assistance Program as 49-26xx. Rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, Glendale, CA. Royal Hellenic Air Force as 49-26xx.

12393 (MSN 6059) ex USAAF 43-30628.  To US Marine Corps with VMJ-153 Dec 15, 1942. MAG-13 02Mar43,  
					Cherry Pt 10Oct44.  MAW-9 Jul45.  Jacksonville Apr46.   SOC 31Jul46   To NC75489, N57 (Department of
					Transportation 1970 to 1974), CF-CTB?
The Babb Company, Glendale, CA. Registration cancelled 29Jul49. Mutual Defense Assistance Program as 49-26xx. Rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, Glendale, CA. Royal Hellenic Air Force as 49-26xx.

124438	(MSN 749-2613)	Delivered to US Navy 12Aug49. Bailed to Lockheed Aircraft, Burbank, CA for R & D. NATC Patuxent River, MD for R & D 30Jun50. VX-4, NAS Patuxent River, MD 16Oct50; code XD-10. VX-4 redesignated as VW-2 18Jun52. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 19Dec52; code TE-1. College Point, RI for R & D Nov53. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 20Apr54; code TE-1, later as TE-11. FASRON-110, NAS San Diego, CA 7Feb55. VW-4, NAS Jacksonville, FL 21Feb55; code PN-8. NAVCICOFFSCOL, NAS Glynco, ?Brunswick, GA 23Nov55. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 20Mar57. Stricken from Navy inventory 20Aug57. Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) Feb58. Registered Feb58 as N7624C. Federal Aeronautics Administration 4Jun58. Registered as N120. Radomes and radar equipment removed; modified for glide-slope calibration. Reregistered 21Jul66 as N1206. Awaiting FAA disposal at Oklahoma City, OK Aug 66. Kansas Surplus Property Section (of FAA) 29Dec66. Schilling Institute, Department of Aeronautical Technology, Salina, KS 1Feb67; used for technical flight and ground training. Schilling Institute renamed Salina VoTech School. Air International Inc, 24Aug78. Slow restoration to flying condition begun; engines running early 1980. Impounded by Salina County Sheriff for non-payment of company taxes Jun81. Bought at auction by Express Airways Inc., 24Nov81. Advertised for sale Dec81. Bought by Texas-investor Gordon Cole Nov92. Purportedly restored to 'flyable' condition. Attempt made to ferry aircraft to Addison, TX, but returned to Salina Airport, KS with one engine shut down. International Society of Vehicle Preservation Aug85. Sale reported to a new owner in Phoenix, AZ 13Nov03. Registration cancelled 4Jun12.

128323	(MSN 1049A-4303)	Delivered to US Navy 14Apr54. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 14Apr54; code TE-2. Aircraft used for flight crew training. Returned to Lockheed Aircraft for installation of radar, electronics equipment, and tip tanks 16Dec54. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH Sep55; code TE-2. VW-1 transferred to NAS Agana, Guam 14Sep57. Naval Air Missile Test Center (NAMTC), NAS Point Mugu, CA 6Jan58. NAMTC redesignated Pacific Missile Range (PMR) 1Jun58. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 20Jul59. Stricken from Navy inventory 21Mar63. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 21Mar63. For sale by DoD 18Feb65 and subsequently scrapped.

128437	(MSN 1049B-4104)	Delivered to US Navy Dec52. VR-1, NAS Patuxent River, MD Dec52. VW-11, NS Argentia, Newfoundland 1955. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam Dec56. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH May57; code TE-1. AIRBARSRON-2, NAS Barbers Point, TH Jun57. VW-11, NS Argentia, Newfoundland Sep57. Crashed while practicing instrument landings in foggy weather at NAS Patuxent River, MD 14Jan58. Sheared off tree tops for a quarter mile before it crashed and exploded, killing all nine crewmembers.

130119 (MSN 52077)
A Sikorsky S-52-2 has been registered in Russia as RA-2882G with the MSN S-52077. This is an updated version built by the Agan Aircraft Group.

131388	(MSN 1049A-4308)	Delivered to US Navy 29Jun54. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 29Jun54; code TE-3. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 14Sep57; code TE-3. VW-15, NAS Patuxent River, MD Jul58. VW-11, NAS Patuxent River, MD. NADU, NAS Patuxent River, MD May61. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Apr62. NADC, NAF Johnsville, PA May64. Modified to NC-121K. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 22Mar74 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 16Sep76. 

131390	(MSN 1049A-4310)	Delivered to US Navy 16Jul54. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 18Oct54; code TE-4. VW-2, NAS Patuxent River, MD 24May56. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 4Jan57; code TE-4. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 15Aug57; code TE-4. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 26Mar58. Lockheed Aircraft Service (LAS), Ontario, CA for refurbishment 23Jan59. Martin Aircraft, Baltimore, MD 17Nov59. Conversion to WV-2Q. NATC Patuxent River, MD for R & D 17Nov59. VQ-2, NS Rota, Spain 9Sep60; code JQ-15. VW-2, NAS Patuxent River, MD 17Feb61. VQ-2, NS Rota, Spain 20Feb61; code JQ-15. Returning from a mission along the Czechoslovakian border, the aircraft crashed near Markt Schwaben, Bavaria, West Germany 22May62 [26KIS]. Rear cargo door failure caused in-flight tail separation, resulting in the crash, explosion and fire.

131392	(MSN 1049A-4312)	Delivered to US Navy 26Jul54. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 22Nov54; code TE-5. VW-1, NAS Patuxent River, MD 7Jul57. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 24Mar58. Lockheed Aircraft Service (LAS), Ontario, CA for refurbishment 25Oct58. Martin Aircraft, Baltimore, MD 11Mar59. Conversion to WV-2Q. NADU, NS Rota, Spain Feb60. VQ-2, NS Rota, Spain 23Feb60; code JQ-12; later JQ-11; later JQ-31, named "Lakeys Loafers". MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 14Feb74 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 19Aug74. Sale by DoD at Davis-Monthan AFB 11Feb81. Scrapped by Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ 5Jun81.

131654	(MSN 1249A-4155)	Delivered to US Navy Apr54. VR-7, Hickam AFB, TH Apr54. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam early 1958; code TE-00. VQ-1, NAS Agana, Guam May71; code PR-50, named "Victory Liner". MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 21Sep74. Ascher Ward of "Classic Air" 8Apr81. Registered as N27189. Configured for tourist flights from the Van Nuys, CA airport to the Grand Canyon and Baja California beginning in 1983. Darryl G. Greenameyer Jan88. Registration cancelled 5Apr88. Aero Chago SA Apr88. Registered as HI-532. Reregistered as HI-532CT. Withdrawn from use and stored after landing accident at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Approximately 1989.

135749	(MSN 1049A-4316)	Delivered to US Navy 3Sep54. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 17Dec54; code TE-6. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 3May58. Lockheed Aircraft Service (LAS), Ontario, CA for refurbishment 6Nov58. Martin Aircraft, Baltimore, MD 31May59. Conversion to WV-2Q. VQ-1, NAS Atsugi, Japan 11Feb60; code PR-21. Damaged by Viet Cong rocket attack at Da Nang, South Vietnam 15Jul67; returned to service 12Sep67. While on a reconnaissance flight from NAS Atsugi, Japan 15 April 1969, the aircraft was shot down by two North Korean MIG-17 fighters and crashed into the Sea of Japan approximately 90 miles SE of Chongjin, Korea [31KIA]. 

135751	(MSN 1049A-4318)	Delivered to US Navy 13Sep54. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 21Dec54; code TE-7. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 10Apr58. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 1958. Lockheed Aircraft Service (LAS), Ontario, CA for refurbishment 27Jan59. Martin Aircraft, Baltimore, MD 6MAy59. Conversion to WV-2Q. VQ-1, NAS Atsugi, Japan 30Apr60; code PR-22. Fire damaged beyond repair while curing the lower radome boot with heat lamps; fire started when wind blew heat lamps against the radome at Atsugi 27Jan66. Stricken from Navy inventory 3Mar66. In storage at NAS Atsugi and used for parts [Nov68].
135752	(MSN 1049A-4319)	Delivered to US Navy 14Jan55. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 14Jan55; code TE-9. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 7May58. Lockheed Aircraft Service (LAS), Ontario, CA for refurbishment 16Jan59. Martin Aircraft, Baltimore, MD 5May59. Conversion to WV-2Q. VQ-1, NAS Atsugi, Japan 27May60; code PR-23. Damaged by Viet Cong rocket attack at Da Nang, South Vietnam 15Jul67; returned to service 5Aug67. Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX Oct68. Kelly "G" Modification (GTPU). VQ-2, NS Rota, Spain 24Nov60; code JQ-752. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ Apr71 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 25May71. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 13Sep76.

135755	(MSN 1049A-4322)	Delivered to US Navy 21Dec54. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 21Dec54; code TE-8. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 15Feb58. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 14Feb59. Stricken from Navy inventory 21Mar63 and salvaged for parts. Scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ 18Feb65. 
135756	(MSN 1049A-4323)	Delivered to US Navy 15Jan55. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 15Jan55; code TE-10. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam Feb58. Pacific Missile Range (PMR), NAS Point Mugu, CA 1961; code PMR-756. Equipped with additional ECM consoles and antennas. One of two aircraft assigned to PMR Range operations, Frequency Management Division (FMD). Used to monitor Command, Control & Communication (CCC) launch, telemetry, and "destruct" frequencies for interference during missile launches from PMR and nearby Vandenberg AFB, CA. Communicated with ground Fire, Control & Communication (FCC) vans to detect and triangulate locations of "interference" source(s). USR-1 ECM system installed in location of last APA-56 radar console on starboard side; 1-30 GHz, digital, comb-filter tuned receiver with core memory mid-1968. VAQ-33, Fleet Electronic Warfare Support Group (FEWSG), NAS Norfolk, VA Jun70; code GD-10. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 7Apr71 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 12Jul72. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 13Sep76.

135758	(MSN 1049A-4325)	Delivered to US Navy 3Feb55. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 10Mar55; code TE-1; later as TE-3. Pacific Missile Range (PMR), NAS Point Mugu, CA Nov61; code PMR-758. Equipped with additional ECM consoles and antennas. One of two aircraft assigned to PMR Range operations, Frequency Management Division (FMD). Used to monitor Command, Control & Communication (CCC) launch, telemetry, and "destruct" frequencies for interference during missile launches from PMR and nearby Vandenberg AFB, CA. Communicated with ground Fire, Control & Communication (FCC) vans to detect and triangulate locations of "interference" source(s). MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ Jun70 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 31Dec70.

137887	(MSN 1049A-4344)	Delivered to US Navy 4Mar55. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 6May55; code TE-12. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 12Jul57; code TE-12. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 6Feb59. Stricken from Navy inventory 21Mar63. Salvaged for parts; derelict condition. For sale at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ by DOD 18Feb65. Scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ 21May65.
137888	(MSN 1049A-4345)	Delivered to US Navy 4Mar55. VW-1, NAS Barbers Point, TH 7May55; code TE-11. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 5Sep57; code TE-11. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 20Jan59. Stricken from Navy inventory 21Mar63. Salvaged for parts; derelict condition. For sale at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ by DOD 18Feb65. Scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ 21May65.

141331	(MSN 1049A-4455)	Delivered to US Navy Dec56. NAVCICOFFSCOL, NAS Glynco, ?Brunswick, GA 17Dec56; code 4G-331. Used for AEW/CIC radar training. VW-13, NS Argentia, Newfoundland Aug63; code MK-331. Modified to EC-121P 1964 for ASW mission. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 12Jul65 for storage. Withdrawn from storage and flown to Scott AFB, IL 12Apr69 for rework and conversion to WC-121N. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 12Apr69; code TE-11. VQ-1, NAS Agana, Guam 1Apr71; code PR-51. VW-4, NAS Jacksonville, FL 1Jul71; code MH-3. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 12Jul72 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 16Jan73. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 16Sep76.

143187	(MSN 1049A-4461)	Delivered to US Navy 31Jan57. AEWMATRON-2, NAS Barbers Point, TH 31Jan57. AIRBARSRON-2, NAS Barbers Point, TH 1Aug57. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 15Aug57. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Jan59. Stricken from Navy inventory. Scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct65.

143196	(MSN 1049A-4470)	Delivered to US Navy 1Mar57. AEWMATRON-2, NAS Barbers Point, TH 1Mar57. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Nov57; code TE-5. Used in Operation Hardtack I at Kwajalein as an optical, infra-red, and ultra-violet tracking platform Mid-1958. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam Oct53; code PM-1. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Jun60. Transferred to US Army as 143196 on bailment to Bell Telephone Laboratory, New York, NY 10Aug61. Modified to non-pressurized JC-121K for Army participation in "Project Marcom Relay". The elongated upper cupola housed cameras and electronic sensors used to record missile re-entry data. Named 'Younger's Mistress'. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 19Dec67 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 22May70. Scrapped by Kolar Inc., Tucson, AZ 23Oct74.

143203	(MSN 1049A-4477)	Delivered to US Navy 20May57. AEWMATRON-2, NAS Barbers Point, TH 20May57; code RW-25. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Sep57. AEWBARSRON -2, NAS Barbers Point, TH Apr58; code SH-25. AEWBARRONPAC, NAS Barbers Point, TH 1Jun60; code SH-25. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ Feb65 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 19Jan67. Transferred to USAF 19Jan67 as 67-21485.

143205	(MSN 1049A-4479)	Delivered to US Navy 7Jun57. AEWBARSRON -2, NAS Barbers Point, TH 7Jun57; code SH-28. AEWBARRONPAC, NAS Barbers Point, TH 1Jun60; code SH-28. Modified to EC-121P mid-1963. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ Mar65 for storage. Lockheed Aircraft Service - International, Jamaica, NY 12Apr69 for rework and conversion to WC-121N. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 29Jul69; code TE-12. VQ-1, NAS Atsugi, Japan 1Jul71; code PR-52. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ Nov71 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 6Nov71. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 24May76.

143225	(MSN 1049A-4499)	 Delivered to US Navy 2Dec57. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 2Dec57. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Feb59. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Jun60. Stricken from Navy inventory 21May65. Scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct65.
143226	(MSN 1049A-5500)	Delivered to US Navy 2Dec57. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 2Dec57. 
NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Jun60. Stricken from Navy inventory 19Jun61.Transferred to US Army 19Jun61 as 1432226. Struck from US Army inventory 24Aug62. Transferred to USAF 24Aug62 as 56-6956.
143227	(MSN 1049A-5501)	Delivered to US Navy 2Dec57. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 2Dec57; code TE-7. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Jun60. Stricken from Navy inventory 21May65. Scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct65.
143228	(MSN 1049A-5502)	Delivered to US Navy 9Dec57. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 9Dec57; code TE-7. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 3Jun60. Stricken from Navy inventory 21May65. Scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct65.

143230	(MSN 1049A-5504)	Delivered to US Navy 24Jan58. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 24Jan58; code TE-3. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Jun60. Stricken from Navy inventory 21May65. Scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Oct65. 

145924	(MSN 1049A-5505)	Delivered to US Navy 13Mar58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 13Mar58; code PM-3. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Jun60; code TE-12. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 1961. Withdrawn from storage Dec62. Modified to NC-121K. OASU, NAS Patuxent River, MD; code JB-924, named "El Coyote". Stricken from Navy inventory 31Jul72. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ Jul72 for storage. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 16Sep76.
145925	(MSN 1049A-5506)	Delivered to US Navy 28Jan58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 28Jan58; code PM-4. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Jun60; code TE-11. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 1961. Withdrawn from storage Sep62. Modified to NC-121K. OASU, NAS Patuxent River, MD; code JB-925, named "Paisano Dos". Project Magnet 1965. Stricken from Navy inventory 15May73. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ May73 for storage. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 28May76. 
145926	(MSN 1049A-5507)	Delivered to US Navy 30Jan58. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 30Jan58; code TE-4, later as TE-10. Pacific Missile Range (PMR), NAS Point Mugu, CA May/Jun61; code PMR-926. PMR renamed Pacific Missile Test Center (PMTC) 25Apr75; code PMTC-926. Stricken from Navy inventory Nov75. Scrapped at NAS Point Mugu, CA Oct76. 
145927	(MSN 1049A-5508)	Delivered to US Navy 20Feb58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 28Feb58; code PM-5. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam May60; code TE-9. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage 21Jun61. Withdrawn from storage and refurbished Mar62. VW-11, NS Argentia, Newfoundland 26Sep62; code MJ-927. Modified to EC-121P 1963 for ASW mission. VRF-31, NAS Norfolk, VA Aug65. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 8Sep65 for storage. Ling-Temco-Vought (LTV), Dallas, TX 3Nov66 for conversion to EC-121M. VQ-1, NAS Atsugi, Japan 3Feb68; code PR-26. Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX Aug68. Kelly "G" Modification (GTPU). VQ-1, NAS Atsugi, Japan Apr69; code PR-26. Crashed at Da Nang, South Vietnam, while landing on return flight from Tainan, Taiwan 16Mar70. Another aircraft taxied onto the runway, forcing an attempted overshot. The aircraft appeared to bank and go out of control. It crashed into a revetment and large maintenance hangar on the airbase, destroying the hangar and a F-4 Phantom. It then burst into flames and was destroyed; 23 of 31 killed.
145928	(MSN 1049A-5509)	Delivered to US Navy 25Feb58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 25Feb58; code PM-6. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Jun60; code TE-8, later as TE-7. Modified to WC-121N 1May66. Lockheed Aircraft Service - International, Jamaica, NY late 1966 for overhaul. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 9Jan67; code TE-7. Named "Road Runner" May67. Damaged beyond repair during accidental landing gear retraction during engine run-up at NAS Atsugi, Japan 25Aug70. The aircraft was taxying out of Atsugi early one morning for a mission. During engine run up prior to departure there was a brake failure and the aircraft ended up on the rocks that lined the run up area for erosion deterrent. When the nose wheels struck the rocks the nose strut was forced down and the nose strut seals blew. The aircraft was towed back to the line and nosed into VW-1's hanger for repair. The cause of the brake failure was a blown hydraulic line. The aircraft was jacked up and the nose strut was repaired. It was towed back to the flight line after repair. The first engineer was at the chiefs barracks doing laundry and the second engineer was going to do a run up and have the aircraft ready to depart. Unfortunately the check list was not used; as number 1 engine starter was engaged, the landing gear handle was still in the gear up position (Put in that position to unlock and partially retract the nose gear in order to repack the nose strut ). As number 1 engine started to turn so did the hydraulic pump; the right main gear started to retract. The aircraft had been fuelled for a mission so it had a full wing. The right wing hit the concrete ramp and the tip tank ruptured; 600 gallons of fuel was released. The 3A tank also ruptured and an additional 565 gallons of fuel was flowing onto the ramp. As the right wing struck the ground, the left wing is on an upward arc and as it came to the top of the arc it snapped like a whip and off came the tip tank also rupturing the 2A tank, so now there were 2330 gallons of fuel on both sides of the aircraft and spreading very quickly. The fire department was called for ramp wash down which lasted a long time. When the ramp was reopened, airbags were brought out, the wing was raised and the right gear was lowered and locked. The aircraft was stripped of all essential parts and scrapped by VQ-1 at NAS Atsugi, Japan 3Dec70.
145929	(MSN 1049A-5510)	Delivered to US Navy 13Mar58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 13Mar58; code PM-7. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Jun60; code TE-7. NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Apr62. Lockheed Aircraft Service - International, Jamaica, NY Dec64. Modified to WC-121N. VW-4, NAS Jacksonville, FL 1Apr66; code MH-8, named "Faith". Recoded as MH-2 Dec68 then MH-5 Dec71. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 5May72 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 6Nov73. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 18May76.
145930	(MSN 1049A-5511)	Delivered to US Navy 13Mar58. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 13Mar58; code TE-6. Named "The A-Team" May67, later "F Troop". MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 18Feb71 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 12Jul72. Scrapped by Kolar Inc., Tucson, AZ 23Oct74.
145931	(MSN 1049A-5512)	Delivered to US Navy 3Mar58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 3Mar58; code PM-8. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Jun60; code TE-5. Modified as WC-121N May66. Named "City of Cavite" May67. Stricken from Navy inventory 28Jul70. US Army Southwest Procurement Agency Defense Contract Administration Services Region (DCASR), Pasadena, CA Jul70. Reported at Ontario, CA in camouflage colors Oct70. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 9Sep71 for storage. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 24May76.
145932	(MSN 1049A-5513)	Delivered to US Navy 27Mar58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 27Mar58; code PM-9. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Jun60; code TE-4. Modified as WC-121N Jul66. Named "City of Naminoue" May67. VQ-1, NAS Agana, Guam 1Jul71; code PR-53. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 1971 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 12Jul72. Scrapped 19May76. 
145933	(MSN 1049A-5514)	Delivered to US Navy 16Apr58. VW-3, NAS Agana, Guam 16Apr58; code PM-10. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Jun60; code TE-3. Modified as WC-121N Jun66. Named "City of Hong Kong" May67. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 6Apr71 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 12Jul72. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 21May76.
145934	(MSN 1049A-5515)	Delivered to US Navy 6May58. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 6May58; code TE-2. Modified as WC-121N Jul66. Named " Draggin' Lady " May67. The starboard wingtip tank and three-foot section of wing were lost during the penetration of tropical storm "Judy" near Kwajalein Atoll 25Oct68; the aircraft made an uneventful return to and landing at Guam. The crew gathered to be briefed on an assigned weather reconnaissance flight through tropical storm “Judy”. The crew had made an investigative flight through the same storm the day before and had found it small but growing. The plan was to penetrate at low level (1,500 feet amsl), then to make a climb-and-ascent sounding in the eye, escaping at the 700-millibar level (10,000 feet). The latest report (six hours prior) showed about 55-knot maximum winds. It looked like a routine flight. The WC-121N Super Constellation lifted off from the Pacific island base and the storm was sighted at about 200-nm range. After a conference between the aircraft commander (AC), combat information center officer (CICO) and flight meteorologist (Metro) concerning the radar presentation and the characteristics of the storm, they decided to proceed with their previous plan. At a distance of 70 miles, the AC took a last look at the radar and then took control of the aircraft. The cabin was checked and the crew briefed. The wind and turbulence became more intense, so the power was increased to 2,600 rpm. The flight engineer was instructed to maintain 190 knots airspeed. Visibility in the darkness varied between zero to a half mile in and out of the clouds. The CICO gave vectors to bring the aircraft to the storm eye. As they approached, Metro, observing winds of 80 to 90 knots, recommended heading changes to keep the wind off the port wing. At this time, the CICO's primary radar console failed, and it was necessary to move to the secondary scope which had not been set up as a back-up for the penetration. Reorientation of the scope, including a grease pencil sketch of the wall cloud, proceeded with some difficulty, owing to sea return and clutter, but it was accomplished in nine to 12 minutes. The heavy rain and turbulence continued until the surface wind velocity decreased. Shortly, the wind became completely calm, then almost immediately began increasing from the opposite direction. When the wind shifted, Metro recommended a 180-degree turn in whichever direction was best. CICO advised that he had heavy weather to starboard and called for a turn to port, then urged a hard port turn as the wall cloud became visible on the radar. The pilot rolled the aircraft into a 20-degree-bank port turn and suddenly encountered the wall cloud turbulence. The first jolt caused the aircraft to vibrate so severely that the AC believed he was experiencing pre-stall shudder. Maximum power was ordered and set. As the aircraft rolled out on the escape heading, another shock of equal severity caused the airspeed to vary by 50 knots and altitude by 800 feet. The co-pilot came on the controls with the AC as the large craft became almost uncontrollable. After about a minute, the turbulence and downpour subsided. The flight steadied down on heading for a climb to 10,000 feet. The third pilot was sent aft to check for injuries and damage. Fortunately, no one was hurt. However, on his return to the cockpit, the third pilot observed blue sparks flashing in the vicinity of the starboard wing tip. When the over-wing lights were turned on, it was discovered that the starboard wingtip and the tip tank were missing. The wingtip lights were secured and the other tip tank was emptied. No other difficulties were encountered, but the aircraft required five-degree right aileron and three-degree left rudder trim to maintain level flight. A normal landing was executed upon arrival at home base. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ Apr71 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 12Jul72. Scrapped 18May76.
145935	(MSN 1049A-5516)	Delivered to US Navy 12May58. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 12May58; code TE-1. Modified as WC-121N May66. Named "W.W.I. Ace (Snoopy)" May67. VQ-1, NAS Agana, Guam 1Jul71; code PR-55. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 16Nov71 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 12Jul72. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 25May76. 

145938	(MSN 1049A-5519)	Delivered to US Navy 19Jun58. VW-2, NAS Patuxent River, MD 19Jun58; code MG-938. AEWTULANT, NAS Patuxent River, MD Apr62 for radar training. VW-11, NS Argentia, Newfoundland Feb63; code MJ-938. Modified to EC-121P 1963 for ASW mission. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 8Sep65 for storage. Modified to WC-121N Mar66. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 3Apr66; code TE-8. Named "We’re ‘So’ Sweet [skunk] Nobody Loves US" May67. NAS Atsugi, Japan 9Sep67 for installation of Operation Big Look modifications. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam 14Sep67; code TE-8. Recoded as TE-10 Apr68. VQ-1, NAS Atsugi, Japan 1Jul71; code PR-54. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 13Dec71 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 12Jul72. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 21May76.
145939	(MSN 1049A-5520)	Delivered to US Navy 27Jul58. VW-2, NAS Patuxent River, MD 27Jul58; code MG-939. AEWTULANT, NAS Patuxent River, MD Apr62 for radar training; code MM-3. VW-11, NS Argentia, Newfoundland Mar63; code MJ-939. Modified to EC-121P 1963 for ASW mission. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 8Sep65 for storage. Modified to WC-121N late 1965. VW-1, NAS Agana, Guam Feb66; code TE-9, later as TE-11. Named " Malfunction Junction " May67. VAQ-33, Fleet Electronic Warfare Support Group (FEWSG), NAS Norfolk, VA Apr71; code GD-10. Named "Maytag Messerschmitt". MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ 2Dec72 for storage. Stricken from Navy inventory 29Jul74. Scrapped by Sun Valley Aviation of Phoenix, AZ 16Sep76.


References:

1. Glenn Chatfield with Information from Peter
2. Stewart Lanham