Recent Updates to List of US Navy Serial Numbers



Last revised January 9, 2021



56498 R5D-3: USN user was VR-11. Still in storage at Weald Aviation Services, North Weald Aerodrome, Essex January 2020.



77233 PB-1W: Acquired by RAF Museum 13th October 1983; painted in colours of 94th BG, 332nd BS with serial 44-83868 and code ‘N’.



153783 F-4J(UK): (ZE352) Cockpit reported February 2018 at F-4 Phantom Preservation Society, Liverpool, England.



155574 F-4J(UK): (ZE360) Reported April 2020 to be jointly owned by 74 Squadron Association and British Phantom Aviation Group and to move to the former airfield at Wymeswold, England.



162730 AV-8: Forward fuselage, trailer-mounted, owned privately in Liverpool, England.



162958 AV-8B: (VMA-214) Cockpit noted in use as simulator at Defence Science & Technology Laboratory, Farnborough Airfield, England December 2009.

147145 VH-3A 61009 Withdrawn from use SOC 21aug79
150610 HU-30 VH-3A 61086 Tucson - Pima Stored Aug 2020 Sep 2020 Pima Air & Space museum
150611 VH-3A 61093 Simi Valley Preserved Mar 2004 Oct 2010 Ronald Reagan Library
150612 VH-3A 61098 Written Off w/o 26may73
150613 VH-3A 61103 Pensacola Preserved Mar 2004 May 2013 NMNA museum
150614 NVH-3A 61108 HX-21 Active Jul 2014 Nov 2019
150615 VH-3A 61113 Dothan-Napier Stored Nov 1997 Nov 1997 with Pemco
150616 HU-33 VH-3A 61118 DeKalb - Peach Stored Jan 2009 Jan 2009 hulk only
150617 VH-3A 61123 Yorba Linda Preserved Jul 2006 Feb 2020 Nixon Presidential Library and Museum
Sikorsky VH-3A Sea King in usa US Marine Corps Del'd: 8 - 1962 to 1978
1963/76 HMX-1 MCAF Quantico / Turner Field NSF Anacostia
61-086 150610: USMC HSS-2Z; HMX-1; 1998 HU-30
61-093 150611: HMX-1; HSS-2Z; 1962 VH-3A; preserved at Ronald Reagan Presid+
61-098 [w/o 1973] 150612: USMC HSS-2Z; HMX-1 w/o 26may73
61-103 150613: HMX-1; HSS-2Z; 1962 VH-3A; US Army marks; preserved at Natio+
61-108 150614: USMC HSS-2Z; HMX-1 VH-3A; 1977 AMARC/9H0003; 1995 Naval Air +
61-113 150615: USMC HSS-2Z; 1997 std
61-118 150616: USMC HSS-2Z; HMX-1; 1998 as /HU-33 HC-2
61-123 150617: [location] HMX-1; HSS-2Z; 1962 VH-3A; ret 1976; 2005 restored at March+ - 150617: Last flight from White House to Andrews AFB chief pilot+
 

159350 VH-3D 61724 HMX-1 Active May 1992 May 2019
159351 VH-3D 61725 HMX-1 Active Oct 2000 Aug 2013
159352 VH-3D 61726 HMX-1 Active Jun 1989 Dec 2017
159353 VH-3D 61727 HMX-1 Active Feb 1990 Sep 2019
159354 VH-3D 61728 HMX-1 Active Feb 1990 Dec 2017
159355 VH-3D 61729 HMX-1 Active Jun 1989 May 2016
159356 VH-3D 61730 HMX-1 Active May 1984 Mar 2020
159357 VH-3D 61731 HMX-1 Active Aug 1993 Mar 2020
159358 VH-3D 61732 HMX-1 Active Jul 1998 Mar 2020
159359 VH-3D 61733 HMX-1 Active Jun 1988 Jun 2018
159360 VH-3D 61734 HMX-1 Active Jun 1988 May 2019
Sikorsky VH-3D Sea King in usa US Marine Corps Del'd: 11 - 1975 to present
The VH-3D is a twin engine, all-weather helicopter flown by Marine Helicopter Squadron One (HMX-1) to transport the President of the United States. It is based on the Navy SH-3 Sea King antisubmarine helicopter and received the callsign Marine One when the president is on board. The VH-3D was first delivered to HMX-1 in December 1974 as a replacement for the VH-3A, which entered service in 1963. By the end of 1976, the VH-3A had been completely replaced by the VH-3D.
It was intended to be replaced by the Lockheed Martin VH-71 Kestrel, a derivative of the AgustaWestland AW.101 but President Obama cancelled the program in February 2009
As of 2015 they are still in use and scheduled to be replaced by the VH-92 by 2020
1974/    HMX-1 MCAF Quantico / Turner Field NSF Anacostia
61-724 159350: HMX-1
61-725 159351: HMX-1
61-726 159352: USMC HMX-1; late nov95 in United Kingdom for visit President+
61-727 159353: USMC HMX-1; end may97 in Netherlands for visit president Cli+
61-728 159354: HMX-1
61-729 159355: USMC HMX-1; early Jun07 in Poland for visit President George+
61-730 159356: USMC, HMX-1
61-731 159357: USMC HMX-1; Nov95 in United Kingdom for visit President Clin+
61-732 159358: HMX-1
61-733 159359: HMX-1
61-734 159360: 18jan09 pictured (bot) during President Obama Inauguration
165751 UH-60N 702598    May20 
163259 VH-60N 701075 HMX-1 Active Oct 1987 Jan 2020
163260 VH-60N 701078 HMX-1 Active May 1990 Aug 2018
163261 VH-60N 701117 HMX-1 Active Jul 1990 Jun 2019
163262 VH-60N 701170 HMX-1 Active Nov 1994 Jan 2018
163263 VH-60N 701181 HMX-1 Active Sep 1998 Aug 2018
163264 VH-60N 701192 HMX-1 Active Jul 1990 Mar 2020
163265 VH-60N 701201 HMX-1 Active Jun 1992 Jun 2019
163266 VH-60N 701211 HMX-1 Active Nov 1990 Apr 2014
163267 VH-60N 701222 HMX-1 Written Off 19may93
Sikorsky VH-60N White Hawk in usa US Marine Corps Del'd: 9 - 1989 to present
1989/    HMX-1 MCAF Quantico / Turner Field
NSF Anacostia
70-1075 163259: USMC HMX-1; Nov91 in Netherlands for visit President George +
70-1078 163260: HMX-1; 08mar05 pictured in Washington, D.C.
70-1117 163261: USMC HMX-1; Feb05 in Belgium for visit President George W. B+
70-1170 163262: HMX-1; Dec98 in Israel for visit President Bill Clinton.; Ap+
70-1181 163263: USMC HMX-1; end Jun10 in Canada for visit President Barack O+
70-1192 163264: HMX-1; beginning jun2009 in Germany for visit president Bara+
70-1201 163265: USMC HMX-1; Dec98 in Israel for visit President Bill Clinton+
70-1211 163266: USMC HMX-1; end Jun10 in Canada for visit President Barack O+
70-1222 [w/o 1993] 163267: HMX-1. w/o 19may93 during an inspection flight after undergo+
 
Sikorsky VH-92A in usa US Marine Corps 2020 to present
US Marine Corps VH-92A
On May 2014, Sikorsky proposal VH-92 was selected as the future Marine One helicopter to transport the President of the United States. The decision follows the cancellation of the first winner of the VXX competition, the AgustaWestland VH-71 Kestrel.
17 production aircraft are expected to be delivered by 2023. First flight of a converted airframe took place on June 2015
2020/    HMX-1 MCAF Quantico / Turner Field NSF Anacostia
2018/    USN HX-21 NAS Patuxent River
92-0266 2014     169177: USMC EDM-0 HX-21 / HMX-1 Sikorsky Helicopters N266MW: Sikorsky from Jan15; conv to VH-92A type pictured f/f 2+ Flight Testing [news] Engineering Development Model 0 (EDM-0); 25aug15 comple+
92-0290 2017     169178: USMC EDM-1 HX-21 VH-92 169178 Sikorsky Helicopters N290EC: [news] VH-92A EDM-1 f/f 28jul17 at Owego, NY EDM 2 First test flight First time flown to Owego for contractor testing
92-0302 2016     169179: USMC SDTA-1 HX-21 Sikorsky Helicopters N302ZC: Sikorsky
92-0303 2016     169180: USMC SDTA-2 HX-21 VH-92A 169180 Sikorsky Helicopters N303DT: Sikorsky
169177 VH-92A 920266/EDM-0 HMX-1/HX-21 Active 2 Aug 2018 Apr 2019 N266MW
169178 VH-92A 920290/EDM-1 HMX-1/HX-21 Active Oct 2015 Sep 2019 N290EC
169179 VH-92A 920302/SDTA1 HMX-1/HX-21 Active Apr 2019 Aug 2019 c/n needs confirmation N302ZC?
169180 VH-92A 920303/SDTA2 HMX-1/HX-21 Active Sep 2019 Sep 2019 c/n needs confirmation N303DT
169181 VH-92A 920.../SDTA3 HMX-1/HX-21 Active Dec 2019 Jan 2020
169182 VH-92A 9203../SDTA4 HMX-1/HX-21 Active Apr 2020 Apr 2020
149593 A-4C Skyhawk MSN 12918. Active in June 1965 aboard USS Saratoga with
VA-34 coded AC-305.
158778 UH-1N Iroquois MSN 31654. Active in May 2012 coded WG-53 with HMLA-775.
158916 P-3C-145-LO Orion MSN 285A-5588. Active in November 1995 with VP-30 coded
LL-30 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida.
160501 T-34C Mentor MSN GL-58. In March 1995 active with Strike Fighter Weapons
School Atlantic at NAS Cecil Field, Florida. Prior to retirement to
AMARC active with VT-27 coded G-803 at NAS Corpus Christi,
Texas.
160742 AH-1W Super Cobra MSN 26913. Active with HMLA-167 coded TV-22 prior to AMARC
storage in June 2017.
161013 P-3C-190-LO Orion MSN 285A-5698. Active in February 1995 with VP-66 coded LV-66
at NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania.
161329 P-3C-195-LO Orion MSN 285A-5726. Active in May 1982 with VP-11 coded LE-9 at
NAS Brunswick, Maine.
162310 KC-130T Hercules MSN 382-4978. Active in May 2012 with VMGR-234/MAG-41 at
NAS JRB Fort Worth, Texas as support aircraft for Blue Angels
Flight Demonstration team.
162495 CH-53E Super Stallion MSN 65507. Active in February 1995 with HMH-464 coded EN-47
aboard USS Wasp.
163050 EC-24A MSN 45881. In September 1993 active with US Navy's Fleet
Electronic Warfare Support Group (FEWSG) at RAF Lossiemouth
for an Exerise Solid Stance mission
164162 T-34C Mentor MSN GL-342. Active in September 2015 with Strike Fighter
Weapons School Atlantic at NAS Oceana, Virginia.
164808 SH-60B Seahawk MSN 702229. Aboard USS O’Bannon (DD-987) with HSL-46 coded
HQ-476 on a visit to Malaga, Spain on March 17, 1995.
166081 T-6A Texan II MSN PN-72. As T-6B active in November 2013 with TAW-5 at
NAS Whiting Field, Florida coded E-081.
166875 F/A-18F Super Hornet MSN F205. Active in November 2011 aboard USS Ronald Reagan
coded NK-102 with VFA-154. In October 2020 active with
VFA-122 coded NJ-102.

References

1. John Withers
2. Francois Olivier
3. Glenn Chatfield with information from Peter